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OPENING IN NOVEMBER 2016


McCORMICK PLACE EVENTS CENTER

aOn May 16, 2013, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced plans for a new 10,000-seat multipurpose events center near McCormick Place in Chicago’s South Loop. The facility will be the home for DePaul basketball starting in Nov. 2016. aA nine-member panel consisting of representatives from the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (MPEA), the city of Chicago and DePaul University selected the internationally renowned architectural firm Pelli Clarke Pelli to design the McCormick Place Events Center that will include DePaul men’s and women’s basketball as primary tenants.

aThe design concept features a sweeping curved roof above four transparent sides that will house DePaul men’s and women’s basketball along with a variety of civic, entertainment and convention events for Chicago and MPEA. The design endeavors to become a grand “urban room,” in the great Chicago tradition of buildings like the Auditorium Theatre and the Navy Pier Grand Ballroom. aA majority of the seating bowl and the backstage facilities will be located below street level allowing the events center to blend into the South Loop neighborhood and enhancing plans to the development of Motor Row. DePaul is expected to host 2530 events annually in the facility including graduation ceremonies, which will allow each school of the university to have its ceremony under the same roof.


FACILITY QUICK FACTS

Location: North of Cermak Road between Indiana and South Prairie Avenues Architects: Pelli Clarke Pelli Anticipated Construction Start Date: Dec. 2014 Anticipated First Season: 2016-17 Anticipated Capacity: 10,000 plus suites and club seating Parking: 2,000 spaces in garage currently located across the street from multipurpose events center location Public Transportation Access: Two CTA ‘L’ stops will be a short walk from the events center location: Cermak-Chinatown Red Line station is a half-mile away and the Cermak-McCormick Green Line station (opening in 2014) will be located two blocks from events center location. aThe 10,000-seat events center is scheduled to open for the start of the 2016-17 basketball season and will be located near McCormick Place on Cermak Road between Indiana and South Prairie Avenues. Not only will the facility serve as a home for men’s and women’s basketball that is close to the university’s two primary campuses, it will create jobs, attract tourism and bring economic development to the planned McCormick Place entertainment district. aThe location is situated just three ‘L’ stops from DePaul’s loop campus that caters to half of the DePaul student body. The Lincoln Park campus and

the remaining half of DePaul’s 25,000 students is 10 ‘L’ stops from the future home of the Blue Demons. Additionally, the South Loop location is a seven-mile trip down Chicago’s Lakeshore Drive that is flanked by the city’s world-famous skyline and Lake Michigan. DePaul’s 80,000 alumni in the Chicagoland area will have easy access to the events center by major highways.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS MEDIA INFORMATION

McCormick Place Events Center......................................1-3 Table of Contents................................................................ 4 Quick Facts......................................................................... 5 Roster................................................................................. 6 Schedule............................................................................. 7 Media Information & Policies..........................................8-9 Media Outlets................................................................... 10 McGrath-Phillips Arena Information................................ 11 Allstate Arena Information..........................................12-13 Athletics Staff Directory.................................................... 14 Coaching Staff Directory................................................... 15 DePaul University............................................................. 16

PLAYER PROFILES

Jamee Crockett............................................................18-20 R.J. Curington................................................................... 20 Cory Dolins..................................................................20-21 Billy Garrett Jr..............................................................21-22 Tommy Hamilton IV.......................................................... 22 Myke Henry.................................................................22-24 Sandi Marcius..............................................................24-27 DeJuan Marrero................................................................ 27 Durrell McDonald........................................................27-29 Edwind McGhee..........................................................29-31 Charles McKinney........................................................31-33 Cleveland Melvin.........................................................33-36 Forrest Robinson.........................................................37-38 Peter Ryckbosch..........................................................38-39 Greg Sequele.................................................................... 39 Brandon Young............................................................40-43 2013-14 Team Photo........................................................ 44

STAFF

Oliver Purnell...............................................................46-52 Ron Bradley.................................................................53-54 Billy Garrett...................................................................... 54 Renard Phillips.................................................................. 55 Ivan Vujic.......................................................................... 55 Kevin Edwards.................................................................. 55 Matt Fleming.................................................................... 56 Support Staff...............................................................56-57 Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M................................... 58 Jean Lenti Ponsetto.....................................................59-60

2012-13 REVIEW

Results.............................................................................. 62 Overall Statistics............................................................... 63 BIG EAST Statistics............................................................ 64 Team Game-by-Game..................................................65-66 Individual Game-by-Game................................................ 67 Offensive Leaders............................................................. 68 Team Statistical Breakdown.............................................. 68 Record by Starting Lineup................................................ 68 Miscellaneous Statistics.................................................... 69 Box Scores...................................................................70-77 2012-13 Team Photo........................................................ 78

CREDITS

OPPONENTS

Opponent Information................................................80-81 All-Time Series vs. 2012-13 Opponents.......................81-84 CBE Hall of Fame Classic................................................... 84 BIG EAST Championship................................................... 84

BIG EAST CONFERENCE

Conference History........................................................... 86 2013-14 Member Institutions.......................................... 86 All-Time BIG EAST Standings............................................ 87 All-Time BIG EAST Honors................................................ 88 DePaul in the BIG EAST Championship............................. 88 2012-13 BIG EAST Standings............................................ 88 2013 BIG EAST Championship.......................................... 89 2012-13 BIG EAST Season Honors.................................... 89 2012-13 Statistical Rankings............................................. 90 2013-14 BIG EAST Composite Schedule......................91-93 DePaul’s Conference History.......................................94-96 DePaul vs. the Conferences.........................................97-98

HISTORY & RECORDS

Ray Meyer...................................................................... 100 George Mikan................................................................. 101 Mark Aguirre.................................................................. 102 NCAA & NIT History.................................................103-104 1945 NIT Champions...................................................... 105 1979 NCAA Final Four..................................................... 106 DePaul & the NBA....................................................107-108 Important Dates......................................................109-110 A-to-Z.......................................................................111-115 All-Americans................................................................. 116 All-Time Honors.......................................................117-118 Coaching History............................................................ 119 All-Time Roster........................................................120-124 All-Time Jersey Numbers.........................................125-129 Regular-Season Tournament History.......................130-131 Year-by-Year Summaries..........................................132-133 All-Time Series Records...........................................134-139 Year-by-Year Results................................................140-164 All-Time 100-Point Games.............................................. 165 All-Time Overtime Games.............................................. 166 Home Court History.................................................167-168 Team Season Records..............................................169-170 Individual Records...................................................170-181 Scoring..............................................................170-172 Field Goals........................................................172-174 Three-Point Field Goals....................................174-176 Free Throws......................................................176-177 Rebounding......................................................177-179 Assists...............................................................179-180 Blocked Shots.......................................................... 180 Steals................................................................180-181 1,000-Point Scorers.................................................182-187 Allstate Arena................................................................. 188 Allstate Arena Records............................................189-190 Sullivan Athletics Center & McGrath-Phillips Arena.......191 McGrath-Phillips Arena Records..................................... 192

The 2013-14 DePaul men’s basketball media guide is a production of the DePaul athletics communications department. The DePaul athletics communications department is located in Suite 420 of the Sullivan Athletics Center. The mailing address is Sullivan Athletics Center, 2323 N. Sheffield Ave. Chicago, IL, 60614. The men’s basketball media guide was written, designed and edited by Greg Greenwell and covers designed by Greg Greenwell and Alicia Pope. Photos by Steve Woltmann, Peter Wagner, NBA Photos and DePaul archives. Additional photos courtesy of the BIG EAST Conference. Printing by Riverside Graphics, Chicago, Ill.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

COACHING STAFF

Location..............................................................Chicago, Ill. Founded....................................................................... 1898 Enrollment................................. 24,966 (16,498 undergrad) Colors............................................... Royal Blue and Scarlet Nickname........................................................Blue Demons Conference............................................................ BIG EAST President.......................Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M. Athletics Director...................................Jean Lenti Ponsetto Home Arena.................................................. Allstate Arena Capacity.............................................................. 18,500 Athletics Department Phone....................... (773) 325-7526

Head Coach.................................................... Oliver Purnell Alma Mater, Year...........................Old Dominion, 1975 Record at DePaul..........................30-64, three seasons Career Record............................... 424-343, 25 seasons Associate Head Coach.......................................Ron Bradley Assistant Coaches.................... Billy Garrett, Renard Phillips Director of Basketball Operations.........................Ivan Vujic Director of Community, Corporate and Professional Relations.................................................Kevin Edwards Video Coordinator...........................................Matt Fleming

HISTORY

Starters Returning (min. 50% games started in ‘12-13)......4 Ppg Rpg Other Jamee Crockett (Jr., F) 8.7 3.6 25 3FG/19 starts Charles McKinney (Jr., G) 5.3 2.5 23 starts/34 stls Cleveland Melvin (Sr., F) 16.6 6.8 39 stls/26 blks Brandon Young (Sr., G) 16.7 3.3 146 asts/49 stls

First season of basketball...................1923-24 (90 seasons) All-time record.......................................... 1,395-901 (.608) Home..................................................... 790-286 (.734) Chicago Stadium (1942-92)................. 79-51 (.608) DePaul Auditorium (1942-56)............. 81-0 (1.000) Lane Tech High School (1946-48)........ 10-0 (1.000) De La Salle High School (1947-48)........ 2-0 (1.000) Alumni Hall (1956-00)....................... 288-71 (.802) Allstate Arena (1980-p)................... 317-151 (.677) United Center (1994-02)....................... 6-12 (.333) McGrath-Phillips Arena (2006-p)............ 7-1 (.875) NCAA Tournament appearances, last..................... 22, 2004 NIT appearances, last............................................. 16, 2007 Last postseason opponent......Air Force (NIT Quarterfinals) Result.......................................L, 52-51 (Mar. 21, 2007)

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Director (mbb contact)................................ Greg Greenwell Office.................................................... (773) 325-7546 Cell........................................................ (773) 343-3722 E-mail....................................... ggreenwe@depaul.edu Twitter....................................................... @DePaulSID Assistant Directors..................... Alicia Pope, Bob Sakamoto Graduate Assistants.......Brendan Bergen, Mike Garabedian Press Row phone......................................... (847) 296-6999 Mailing Address............................. Sullivan Athletics Center 2323 North Sheffield Ave. Chicago, IL 60614 Overnight Address....................................................... same Website................................www.depaulbluedemons.com Instagram.....................................................DePaulAthletics Facebook..............www.facebook.com/depaulbluedemons Twitter..................................................... @DePaulAthletics YouTube....................... www.youtube.com/depaulathletics

2013-14 TEAM INFORMATION

Additional Players Returning.............................................. 4 Ppg Rpg Other Cory Dolins (So., G) 0.0 0.0 9 games Durrell McDonald (So., G) 2.9 0.9 20 stls Edwind McGhee (Sr., G) 0.9 1.1 18 games Peter Ryckbosch (So., F) 1.0 1.2 17 games Newcomers........................................................................ 8 Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. R.J. Curington G 6-4 205 Fr. Billy Garrett Jr. G 6-5 194 Fr. Tommy Hamilton IV C 6-10 284 Fr. Myke Henry* F 6-6 210 Jr. Sandi Marcius F 6-10 255 Sr. DeJuan Marrero** F 6-5 219 Fr. Forrest Robinson F 6-10 229 Jr. Greg Sequele F 6-9 215 Jr. *sitting out 2013-14 under NCAA transfer guidelines | **sat out 2012-13 season with injury

Key Losses........................................................................... 3 Ppg Rpg Other Worrell Clahar 7.3 3.5 10 starts/106 asts Donnavan Kirk 6.2 3.9 30 starts/50 blks Moses Morgan 5.9 2.3 32 3FG

2012-13 SEASON-IN-REVIEW

Record.........................................................................11-21 Home/Road/Neutral................................. 7-10/4-8/0-3 BIG EAST Record............................................................2-16 Home/Road....................................................... 1-8/1-8 BIG EAST Finish..............................................................15th

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Athletics Department at DePaul University is consistent with the purposes, goals and ideals of the University and Student Affairs. Primary to our purpose is to maximize the great potential of our students by exposing them to the wide variety of intercollegiate programs so vital to their total education. Complementing their more formal classroom education, the Athletics Department strives to teach and develop lifelong values inherent in the Vincentian character: integrity, leadership, competition, loyalty, cooperation, fair-play, self-confidence, sacrifice and physical fitness among others. At the same time, athletic participation brings together men and women students from diverse ethnic, socioeconomic, cultural and geographic backgrounds possessing various, unique skills working together towards common success, and a commitment to excellence. Furthermore, athletics provides the campus community, our urban neighbors in Chicago, and alumni the opportunity for participation in the form of recreation and as spectators for intercollegiate competition. The Athletics Department also has a unique opportunity and responsibility, as the most visible messenger of the DePaul story, to represent the highest qualities and standards of our education to an observant community, state and nation. A clear, positive exposure of DePaul University, through athletics, can enhance the University’s mission and image, and directly effect the quality of faculty, enrollment and development. Not unimportant to our Mission is the emotion, school spirit and morale, so crucial to the soul of the University, that can be uplifted through participation in athletics.

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2013-14 ROSTER NUMERICAL o. Name N Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown (High School/Previous) 0 R.J. Curington G 6-4 205 Fr. Dyer, Ind. (Oak Hill Academy (Va.)) 1 DeJuan Marrero F 6-5 219 Fr. Gary, Ind. (Bowman Academy) 2 Tommy Hamilton IV C 6-10 284 Fr. Chicago, Ill. (IMG Academy (Fla.)) 3 Myke Henry* F 6-6 210 Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Orr) 4 Edwind McGhee G 6-3 205 Sr. Champaign, Ill. (Central) 5 Billy Garrett Jr. G 6-5 194 Fr. Chicago, Ill. (Morgan Park) 11 Forrest Robinson F 6-10 229 Jr. Ranger, Texas (Eastland/ South Plains College (Texas)) 12 Cleveland Melvin F 6-8 208 Sr. Baltimore, Md. (Lake Clifton) 13 Cory Dolins G 6-0 182 So. Northbrook, Ill. (Niles West) 20 Brandon Young G 6-4 192 Sr. Baltimore, Md. (Friendship Collegiate School) 21 Jamee Crockett F 6-4 207 Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Crete-Monee) 25 Durrell McDonald G 6-1 169 So. Las Vegas, Nev. (Green Valley) 30 Peter Ryckbosch F 6-9 237 So. Chicago, Ill. (St. Ignatius) 32 Charles McKinney G 6-3 184 Jr. Evanston, Ill. (Quality Education Academy (N.C.)) 42 Greg Sequele F 6-9 215 Jr. Sainte-Rose, Guadeloupe (Ribet Academy (Calif.)/Citrus College (Calif.)) 55 Sandi Marcius F 6-10 255 Sr. Nedelisce, Croatia (La Lumiere (Ind.)/Purdue) ALPHABETICAL o. Name N Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown (High School/Previous) 21 Jamee Crockett F 6-4 207 Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Crete-Monee) 0 R.J. Curington G 6-4 205 Fr. Dyer, Ind. (Oak Hill Academy (Va.)) 13 Cory Dolins G 6-0 182 So. Northbrook, Ill. (Niles West) 5 Billy Garrett Jr. G 6-5 194 Fr. Chicago, Ill. (Morgan Park) 2 Tommy Hamilton IV C 6-10 284 Fr. Chicago, Ill. (IMG Academy (Fla.)) 3 Myke Henry* F 6-6 210 Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Orr) 55 Sandi Marcius F 6-10 255 Sr. Nedelisce, Croatia (La Lumiere (Ind.)/Purdue) 1 DeJuan Marrero F 6-5 219 Fr. Gary, Ind. (Bowman Academy) 25 Durrell McDonald G 6-1 169 So. Las Vegas, Nev. (Green Valley) 4 Edwind McGhee G 6-3 205 Sr. Champaign, Ill. (Central) 32 Charles McKinney G 6-3 184 Jr. Evanston, Ill. (Quality Education Academy (N.C.)) 12 Cleveland Melvin F 6-8 208 Sr. Baltimore, Md. (Lake Clifton) 11 Forrest Robinson F 6-10 229 Jr. Ranger, Texas (Eastland/ South Plains College (Texas)) 30 Peter Ryckbosch F 6-9 237 So. Chicago, Ill. (St. Ignatius) 42 Greg Sequele F 6-9 215 Jr. Sainte-Rose, Guadeloupe (Ribet Academy (Calif.)/Citrus College (Calif.)) 20 Brandon Young G 6-4 192 Sr. Baltimore, Md. (Friendship Collegiate School) Head Coach: Oliver Purnell Associate Head Coach: Ron Bradley Assistant Coaches: Billy Garrett, Renard Phillips Director of Basketball Operations: Ivan Vujic Director of Community, Corporate and Professional Relations: Kevin Edwards Video Coordinator: Matt Fleming *sitting out 2013-14 season under NCAA transfer guidelines

PRONUNCIATIONS Jamee Crockett................................................ Jamie Sandi Marcius........................Sahn-dee Mar-chooch Cory Dolins.................................................. Doh-lins Peter Ryckbosch........................................Rike-bosh Myke Henry...................................................... Mike Greg Sequele...........................................Say-key-lay 6 | #dpubb


MEDIA INFORMATION

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Nov. 9

Day Opponent Radio TV Sat. Grambling State (McGrath-Phillips Arena) WSCR FS2

Time 3 p.m.

CBE Hall of Fame Classic (Rosemont, Ill.) Nov. 13 Wed. Southern Miss WIND FS2 Nov. 16 Sat. Wright State WSCR FSN

8 p.m. 1 p.m.

Nov. 19

7 p.m.

Tue. at Milwaukee

WSCR TW-Wis.

CBE Hall of Fame Classic (Kansas City, Mo.) Nov. 25 Mon. vs. Wichita State WSCR ESPN3 9 p.m. Nov. 26 Tue. vs. BYU/Texas WIND ESPNU/ESPN2 6:30/9 p.m. Dec. 1 Dec. 6 Dec. 12 Dec. 15 Dec. 18 Dec. 22 Dec. 27 Dec. 31 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 18 Jan. 20 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 3 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 March 2 March 6

Sun. Fri. Thu. Sun. Wed. Sun. Fri. Tue. Sat. Tue. Thu. Tue. Sat. Mon. Sat. Sat. Mon. Fri. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Tue. Sun. Thu.

March 12 Wed. March 13 Thu. March 14 Fri. March 15 Sat.

Oregon State Arizona State Florida Atlantic Chicago State Houston Baptist at Illinois State at Northwestern at Georgetown* at Marquette* Creighton* at Butler* St. John’s* at Villanova* Xavier* at Seton Hall* Providence* Georgetown* at Creighton* Villanova* at Providence* at Xavier* Marquette* Seton Hall* at St. John’s* Butler*

WIND WIND WSCR WIND WSCR WSCR WSCR WIND WYLL WSCR WSCR WSCR WSCR BT WSCR WSCR WSCR WSCR WIND WSCR WIND WSCR WSCR WSCR WSCR

BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final

FS1 FS1 FS1 FS1 FS2 CSN Chicago BTN FS1 CBSSN FS1 FS1 FS1 FSN FSN CBSSN FSN FS1 FS1 FS1 FSN CBSSN CBSSN FS1 CBSSN FS1

3 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. Noon 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 11 a.m. 8 p.m.

FS1 6/8:30 p.m. FS1 Noon/2:30/6/8:30 p.m. FS1 6/8:30 p.m. FS1 7:30 p.m.

*BIG EAST Conference game | all times are Central and subject to change | home games played at Allstate Arena unless otherwise noted || TV: FS1 = FOX Sports 1 | FS2 = FOX Sports 2 | FSN = FOX Sports Networks | CBSSN = CBS Sports Network | CSN Chicago = Comcast SportsNet Chicago | BTN = Big 10 Network | TW-Wis. = Time Warner Sports Wisconsin || Radio: WSCR (670 AM) | WIND (560 AM) | WYLL (1160 AM)

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MEDIA INFORMATION AND POLICIES

DEPAUL ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS STAFF Greg Greenwell Director of Athletics Communications Contact for: men’s basketball, athletics department Office Phone.......................................(773) 325-7546 Cell Phone...........................................(773) 343-3722 E-Mail.....................................ggreenwe@depaul.edu Twitter.................................................... @DePaulSID Alicia Pope Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Contact for: women’s basketball, golf, graphic design Office Phone.......................................(773) 325-4740 E-Mail........................................ apope8@depaul.edu Twitter............................................ @DePaulWBBSID Bob Sakamoto Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Contact for: men’s soccer, women’s soccer, features Office Phone.......................................(773) 325-7525 E-Mail..................................... rsakamot@depaul.edu Brendan Bergen Athletics Communications Graduate Assistant Contact for: softball, volleyball Office Phone.......................................(773) 325-8609 E-Mail..................................... bbergen1@depaul.edu Mike Garabedian Athletics Communications Graduate Assistant Contact for: men’s cross country, women’s cross country, men’s tennis, women’s tennis, men’s track and field, women’s track and field, video coordinator Office Phone.......................................(773) 325-8380 E-Mail.................................... mgarabed@depaul.edu Allstate Arena Press Row...........................(847) 296-6999 McGrath-Phillips Arena Press Row............(773) 325-4901 BIG EAST Conference Communications.....(401) 265-2244 DePaul website.................. www.depaulbluedemons.com BIG EAST website.................................. www.bigeast.com Facebook..............www.facebook.com/depaulbluedemons Twitter...........................................................@DePaulAthletics Instagram..........................................................DePaulAthletics YouTube...........................www.youtube.com/depaulathletics The DePaul athletics communications department is located in Suite 420 of DePaul’s Sullivan Athletics Center on the Lincoln Park campus. It’s easily accessible by car and public transportation at 2323 N. Sheffield Ave.

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The 2013-14 DePaul University men’s basketball media guide has been produced to assist the media in the coverage of the Blue Demons. Additional materials, including game notes, photographs, recent clippings and video footage are available upon request by accredited media outlets. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with DePaul’s media policies. If you have any questions, please contact the DePaul athletics communications office. INTERVIEWS All interviews with DePaul student-athletes, coaches or staff must be arranged through the athletics communications department. Please give at least 24 hours advance notice for interview requests. Student-athlete phone numbers will not be given out, and players will be instructed not to take calls on their personal phones from media members. DePaul practices are generally closed to the media. Student-athletes, coaches and staff are available for interviews before practice. On the road, the Blue Demons will be available before or after practice for short interview sessions on the day prior to the upcoming game if the team is practicing. Interviews will not be granted on the day of a scheduled home or road game except for postgame media opportunities. GAME CREDENTIALS Credentials for DePaul home games are issued to working media only and should be requested as early as possible. DePaul University follows the guidelines set forth by the NCAA and BIG EAST Conference in governing the issuance of credentials. Season credentials will be granted only to daily newspapers and television/radio stations that cover DePaul athletics on a regular basis. Otherwise, television/radio stations, weekly newspapers and internet services will be granted credentials on a single-game, space-available basis. Single-game credentials should be requested at least 24 hours in advance. Credential requests can be made via phone or e-mail to men’s basketball contact Greg Greenwell in the DePaul athletics communications office. If needed, a credential request may be required in writing on company letterhead along with work samples. Print media, including daily newspapers, national magazines and fan publications representing DePaul and the opponent qualify for credentials. Non-daily newspapers and other various print and online media will receive credentials on a space-available basis. Television stations and networks that cover DePaul and the opponent on a regular basis will receive credentials. Other video media will receive credentials on a space-available basis. Radio stations that cover DePaul and the opponent on a regular basis are eligible for credentials. All other radio stations will receive credentials on a space-available basis. Websites which are issued credentials include those affiliated with national television and news media organizations (e.g. ESPN.com, CNN/SI, CBSSports.com, etc.). In addition, credentials will be issued to conference


MEDIA INFORMATION members, non-conference opponents and for the BIG EAST Conference. DePaul University reserves the right to deny media credentials to any individual who is not affiliated with an official news gathering organization. Please note that some media may be seated in the auxiliary press area (hockey press box) on the second level of the arena depending on space availability. Photo Credentials: Still photographers and television cameras can request photo passes for games at Allstate Arena. Photographers are limited to working the northeast and southwest end lines. Only photographers on assignment will be issued photo passes along with members of the working television media. Photographers floor access is governed by the BIG EAST Conference and the NCAA. POSTGAME PROCEDURES Home Games at Allstate Arena: Selected studentathletes and coaches will be available approximately 15 minutes after the conclusion of the game. Once DePaul head coach Oliver Purnell leaves the locker room area to conduct his postgame radio interview, requested DePaul student-athletes will be available in outside the locker room for approximately 10 minutes. Following the radio interview, Purnell will be available in the media room in the west side of Allstate Arena. If requested, the visiting team will conduct their press conference first followed by DePaul. Depending on travel, arrangements are subject to change. Post-Game Filing at Allstate Arena: Press row at the Allstate Arena is often dismantled immediately after a game to prepare for another event. Therefore, those planning to file from the arena are advised to plan on working from the media room. The media room is open up to two hours after a contest. Road Games: DePaul student-athletes and coaches will be available outside the locker room unless prior arrangements have been made with home team media relations staff. ALLSTATE ARENA Allstate Arena is located at 6920 Mannheim Road in Rosemont, Ill. Credentials may be picked up at the press gate which is the northwest entrance (across the street from the arena) on game day. The press entrance is open two hours prior to tip-off. Parking: A very limited number of parking spaces are available in the Northwest Lot across the street from Allstate Arena. To request a spot, please contact Greg Greenwell at least 24 hours prior to the game. Press Row: A working press row for all media is located on the baselines of the court at floor level. There is additional media seating in the auxiliary press box located at center court in the 200 level of the arena’s south side (hockey press box). All media seating is assigned on a priority basis. Media Room: The media workroom is located on the west side of the upper level. Postgame press conferences will be in the same room. Programs, media guides, game notes and statistics are available before and after the game and at halftime. The media work room opens two hours prior to tip-off. A pregame media meal will be served for credentialed media approximately two hours prior to tip-off in the pre-game room in the southwest corner of Allstate Arena.

Services: The DePaul University athletics communications department provides game notes, a scorecard, game programs and any other pertinent materials prior to the contest. Postgame information includes a complete NCAA box score form, a play-by-play summary, shot charts and postgame notes. Runners, utilities and/or statisticians are also available for a fee. Contact Greg Greenwell if these services will be required at least 72 hours prior to the game. Fees are payable directly to the person providing the service. RADIO BROADCASTS Visiting radio stations should contact the DePaul athletics communications department for permission to broadcast. DePaul cannot provide a telephone line for broadcast purposes except for BIG EAST Conference opponents. Non-conference opponent’s stations may contact Greg Greenwell at (773) 325-7546 for information on ordering telephone lines. The broadcast location at Allstate Arena for visiting teams is on the northeast side of the game floor at the scorers table near the visiting team bench. DePaul’s radio broadcast position is located on the west end of the scorer’s table, adjacent to the DePaul bench. Student radio stations from DePaul and visiting teams will be located in the auxiliary press box on the 200 level. Contact Greg Greenwell for information on ordering phone lines. INJURY INFORMATION The DePaul University athletics department abides by HIPAA – a federal privacy act with regard to the release of injury information. DePaul student-athletes are required to sign a waiver before their injury information may be released to the media. If the student-athlete chooses to withhold that information, DePaul officials will be restricted to informing media members of their playing status only – playing, probable, doubtful or out. PRESS RELEASES AND GAME NOTES Basketball releases, game notes and media advisories can be obtained via e-mail by requesting to be added to the distribution list. Include media outlet and phone number when requesting access to this media-only e-mail list. All of the information will also be available on DePaul’s official athletics website: www.depaulbluedemons.com. DEPAUL ON THE INTERNET DePaul basketball information can also be obtained on the Internet. The DePaul Athletics home page is located at: www.depaulbluedemons.com This site, operated and maintained with CBS Interactive, contains information on the Blue Demons such as rosters, student-athlete and coach biographies, up-to-date statistics and results, television and radio broadcast information, the latest game notes and player features. Media members are encouraged to follow the Gametracker feature for in-game live stats during DePaul basketball games or online at statbroadcast.com.

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MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS/ONLINE

Chicago Sun-Times www.suntimes.com 350 N. Orleans Street Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 321-2663

Chicago Tribune www.chicagotribune.com 435 N. Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 222-3474 Daily Herald www.dailyherald.com 155 E. Algonquin Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847) 427-4430 ESPNChicago.com www.espnchicago.com 190 N. State Street Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 980-2402 Northwest Herald www.nwherald.com 7717 S. Route 31 Crystal Lake, IL 60014 (815) 459-4040 The DePaulia www.depauliaonline.com University Hall Lower Level 2345 N. Clifton Avenue Chicago, IL 60614 (773) 325-7443

WIRE SERVICES

Associated Press 10 S. Wacker Drive Suite 2500 Chicago, IL 60606 (312) 781-0500

Copley News Service 3745 N. Bell Avenue Chicago, IL 60616 (773) 406-1124

RADIO

WSCR (670 AM – DePaul Flagship) www.670thescore.com 455 N. City Front Plaza 6th Floor Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 245-6000 ESPN Radio 1000 (1000 AM) www.espnradio1000.com 190 N. State Street 7th Floor Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 980-1000 Radio DePaul radio.depaul.edu 2250 N. Sheffield Avenue Suite 317/Box #640 Chicago, IL 60614 (773) 325-7308 WBBM (780 AM) www.wbbm780.com 630 N. McClurg Court Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 951-3830 WGN (720 AM) www.wgnradio.com 435 N. Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 222-5094

TELEVISION

WGN (CW, Channel 9) www.wgntv.com 2501 Bradley Place Chicago, IL 60618 (773) 883-3326

WCIU (Ind., Channel 26) www.wciu.com 26 N. Halsted Avenue Chicago, IL 60661 (312) 705-2600 WBBM (CBS, Channel 2) www.cbs2chicago.com 630 N. McClurg Court Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 951-3641 WMAQ (NBC, Channel 5) www.nbcchicago.com NBC Tower 454 N. Columbus Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 836-5665 WLS (ABC, Channel 7) www.abc7chicago.com 190 N. State Street Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 750-7108 WFLD (FOX, Channel 32) www.myfoxchicago.com 205 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 565-5530 Comcast Sports Net www.csnchicago.com 350 N. Orleans Suite S2-100 Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 222-6051 Chicagoland Television News www.cltv.com 2501 W. Bradley Place Chicago, IL 60618 (773) 528-2311

The 2013-14 season will be the 17th campaign “The Score Sports Radio 670” has been the radio home of Blue Demon men’s basketball. One of the most popular stations in the Chicagoland area, the 50,000-watt station can be heard in 38 states and Canada. At least 20 games during the 2013-14 season will be broadcasted on WSCR 670 AM. For the ninth season, Zach Zaidman will handle the play-by-play duties. He’ll be joined for the third straight year by Jeff Blanzy as analyst. DePaul alum Laurence Holmes will also handle bradcast duties for selected games during the season. 10 | #dpubb


MEDIA INFORMATION

McGRATH-PHILLIPS ARENA INFORMATION McGRATH-PHILLIPS ARENA

DePaul’s day-to-day home is McGrath-Phillips Arena in the Sullivan Athletics Center on the Lincoln Park campus. The Blue Demons conduct a majority of their practices and are scheduled to play one regular-season game in 2013-14 at the on-campus facility. It’s located at 2323 N. Sheffield Ave. (the corner of Belden and Sheffield).

GETTING TO McGRATH-PHILLIPS ARENA

From the north and northwest (O’Hare International Airport): From the Kennedy Expressway (I-90/I-94) exit at Fullerton Avenue and turn left (east). The Lincoln Park campus is approximately two miles from the expressway on Fullerton Avenue. For the Sullivan Athletics Center and McGrath-Phillips Arena, follow Fullerton to Sheffield and turn right on to Sheffield and follow to 2323 N. Sheffield Ave. The facility and the parking garage will be on your left. From the west: From the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290), turn onto the Kennedy Expressway (I-90/I-94) heading toward Wisconsin. From the Kennedy Expressway (I-90/I-94) exit at Fullerton Avenue and turn right (east). The Lincoln Park campus is approximately two miles from the expressway on Fullerton Avenue. For the Sullivan Athletics Center and McGrath-Phillips Arena, follow Fullerton to Sheffield and turn right on to Sheffield and follow to 2323 N. Sheffield Ave. The facility and the parking garage will be on your left. From the southwest (Midway International Airport): Take I-55 (Stevenson Expressway) north to Lakeshore Drive. Take Lakeshore Drive north. Exit at Fullerton Avenue, and go west approximately 10 blocks to Sheffield Avenue, and make a left. The Sullivan Athletics Center and McGrathPhillips Arena will be on your left.

From the south: From the Dan Ryan Expressway (I-90/I-94) continue as the expressway becomes the Kennedy Expressway (I-90/I-94 west to Wisconsin). Exit at Fullerton Avenue and turn right (east). The Lincoln Park campus is approximately two miles from the expressway on Fullerton Avenue. For the Sullivan Athletics Center and McGrath-Phillips Arena, follow Fullerton to Sheffield and turn right on to Sheffield and follow to 2323 N. Sheffield Ave. The facility and parking will be on your left. From Lake Shore Drive (north or south): Exit Lake Shore Drive at Fullerton Avenue. Head west for approximately three miles. The Lincoln Park campus is located on Fullerton Avenue. For the Sullivan Athletic Center and McGrath-Phillips Arena, follow Fullerton to Sheffield and turn left on to Sheffield and follow to 2323 N. Sheffield Ave. The facility and parking will be on your left. By Public Transportation: Three CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) train lines service the Lincoln Park area and DePaul’s Lincoln Park Campus. Exit at the Fullerton station. After coming down the steps, turn left for the Sullivan Athletics Center and McGrath Arena. The following train lines service the Lincoln Park campus: Howard/Dan Ryan (Red), Evanston Express (Purple) and Kimball (Brown). You may transfer to these lines from all other train lines in most downtown stations. For more information, visit www.transitchicago.com.

PARKING ON THE LINCOLN PARK CAMPUS

Parking for DePaul Athletics events is located at the Sheffield Parking Deck at 2335 N. Sheffield Ave. There is a $6.50 rate for all DePaul Athletics events. Additional parking is available at the Clifton Parking Deck, conveniently located at 2330 N. Clifton Avenue, only a two block walk to the Sullivan Athletics Center.

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ALLSTATE ARENA INFORMATION

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MEDIA INFORMATION DIRECTIONS TO ALLSTATE ARENA

Chicago Marriott Suites O’Hare 6155 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) 228-9290 | (847) 696-4400

From O’Hare International Airport: Take Interstate 190 east toward Chicago to Mannheim Road North. Allstate Arena is approximately two miles on the left.

InterContinental Chicago O’Hare 5300 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (847) 544-5300 | (888) IC HOTELS

DePaul plays 16 regular-season home games at Allstate Arena, formerly known as the Rosemont Horizon, which is located at 6920 Mannheim Road in Rosemont, Ill.

From Midway Airport: Take Interstate 55 (Stevenson Expressway) south to Interstate 294 (Tri-State Tollway). Take Interstate 294 north to Interstate 190. Take Interstate 190 east to Mannheim Road. Take Mannheim Road north and Allstate Arena is approximately two miles ahead on the left. From Downtown Chicago: Take Interstate 90-94 (Kennedy Expressway) towards O’Hare airport to Interstate 190. Take I-190 to Mannheim Road. Exit north (right) on Mannheim and the arena is approximately two miles ahead on the left.

PARKING INFORMATION

The parking location is located in the lot next to the Allstate Arena Ticket Office. The entrance to the lot is off of Chestnut Street. From Mannheim Road, go west on Lunt Ave. between the Ticket Office and the Arena. Turn right onto Chestnut Street and the entrance will be on your right. A parking attendant will have the parking list.

Crowne Plaza Chicago-O’Hare 5440 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (888) 642-7344 | (847) 671-6350 Residence Inn by Marriott Chicago O’Hare 7101 Chestnut Street Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) 331-3131 | (847) 375-9000 Doubletree Hotel O’Hare-Rosemont 5460 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) 222-TREE | (847) 292-9100 Sheraton Gateway Suites Chicago O’Hare 6501 N. Mannheim Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (888) 627-8117 | (847) 699-6300

CREDENTIAL PICK-UP

Embassy Suites Chicago - O’Hare/Rosemont 5500 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) EMBASSY | (847) 678-4000

ROSEMONT AREA HOTELS

Sofitel Chicago O’Hare 5550 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) SOFITEL | (847) 678-4488

The media entrance is located on the west side of the Ticket Office building. A sign is above the entrance and it faces the parking lot. aloft Chicago O’Hare 9700 Balmoral Avenue Rosemont, IL 60018 (877) GO-ALOFT | (847) 671-4444 Hyatt Regency O’Hare 9300 W. Bryn Mawr Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) 233-1234 | (847) 696-1234 Best Western at O’Hare 10300 W. Higgins Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) 528-1234 | (847) 296-4471 Hyatt Rosemont 6350 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) 233-1234 | (847) 518-1234

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites O’Hare Rosemont 6600 N. Mannheim Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) HOLIDAY | (847) 544-7500 The Westin O’Hare 6100 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) WESTIN-1 | (847) 698-6000 Holiday Inn Select 10233 W. Higgins Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) HOLIDAY | (847) 954-8600 Wyndham O’Hare 6810 N. Mannheim Road Rosemont, IL 60018 (800) 996-3426 | (847) 297-1234

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ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY ADMINISTRATION

Jean Lenti Ponsetto Kathryn Statz Peter Tombasco Katie Ramsey Dave Corzine

Athletics Director Associate Athletics Director/Varsity Sports/SWA Associate Athletics Director/External Affairs Executive Assistant/Athletics Director Assistant to the Athletics Director for Community Outreach

(773) 325-7504 (773) 325-7502 (773) 325-7245 (773) 325-7504 (773) 325-7570

ACADEMIC ADVISING

Kate O’Brien Jill Hollembeak Tracy Moss

Director of Athletics Academic Advising Assistant Director of Athletics Academic Advising Assistant Director of Athletics Academic Advising

(773) 325-7254 (773) 325-4034 (773) 325-7259

BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS

Carolyn Lewis Erin McGovern

Director of Business and Financial Affairs Assistant Director of Business and Financial Affairs

(773) 325-7524 (773) 325-7600

COMMUNICATIONS

Greg Greenwell Alicia Pope Bob Sakamoto

Director of Athletics Communications Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

(773) 325-7546 (773) 325-4740 (773) 325-7525

COMPLIANCE

Doug Bakker

Director of Athletics Compliance

(773) 325-4019

DEVELOPMENT

Thad Dohrn Sean McDonough Lemone Lampley Marge Mazik

Senior Director of Development/Athletics Associate Director of Development/Athletics Assistant Director of Development/Athletics Administrative Assistant/Development

(773) 325-1456 (773) 325-8604 (773) 325-7534 (773) 325-7240

FACILITIES

Mike Lenti Blair Banwart Pat Teahan

Director of Athletics Facilities Assistant Director of Athletics Facilities Assistant Director of Athletics Facilities/Equipment Manager

(773) 325-7545 (773) 325-4588 (773) 325-4765

MARKETING AND LICENSING

Karen Loiacono Patrick Condon

SPORTS MEDICINE

Sue Walsh Jeff Carrico Dave McAuliffe

Director of Marketing and Licensing Assistant Director of Marketing and Licensing

Director of Sports Medicine Assistant Director of Sports Medicine Assistant Director of Sports Medicine

(773) 325-7528 (773) 325-4753

(773) 325-4473 (773) 325-4894 (773) 325-1451

SPORTS PERFORMANCE

Mac Calloway Chris Dresher John Wagle

Director of Sports Performance Assistant Director of Sports Performance Assistant Director of Sports Performance

(773) 325-7572 (773) 325-8696 (773) 325-8025

TICKET SALES AND OPERATIONS

Jay Finnerty Bob Krawchuk Marty Murphy

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Director of Ticket Sales and Operations Assistant Director of Ticket Sales and Operations Assistant Director of Ticket Sales and Operations

(773) 325-7544 (773) 325-1440 (773) 325-7535


MEDIA INFORMATION

COACHING STAFF DIRECTORY MEN’S BASKETBALL

Oliver Purnell Ron Bradley Billy Garrett Renard Phillips Ivan Vujic Kevin Edwards Matt Fleming Linda Jepsen

Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Basketball Operations Director of Community, Corporate and Professional Relations Video Coordinator Administrative Assistant

(773) 325-7521

Doug Bruno Candis Blankson Bart Brooks Jill Pizzotti Lisa Ryckbosch Michael Fahey Sue Dillon

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Community, Corporate and Professional Relations Video Coordinator Administrative Assistant

(773) 325-7507

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

Dave Dopek Leah Bohr Andrew Craycraft

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

(773) 325-4474 (773) 325-4681 (773) 325-4823

MEN’S GOLF

Betty Kaufmann Dylan Gergen

Head Coach Assistant Coach

(773) 325-7520 (773) 325-7520

MEN’S SOCCER

Craig Blazer Mark Plotkin Craig Reynolds

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

(773) 325-7231 (773) 325-2162 (773) 325-4737

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Erin Chastain Tina Estrada Michele O’Brien

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

(773) 325-2075 (773) 325-2161 (773) 325-4735

SOFTBALL

Eugene Lenti Lindsay Chouinard Jackie Tarulli-Fisher

Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach

(773) 325-7253 (773) 325-4651 (773) 325-7547

MEN’S TENNIS

Matt Brothers Artum Iliushin

Head Coach Assistant Coach

(773) 325-1450 (773) 325-8765

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Mark Ardizzone Kata Szekely

Head Coach Assistant Coach

(773) 325-7232 (773) 325-8764

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD

Dave Dopek Leah Bohr Andrew Craycraft Brandon Murer Stephanie Williams

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

(773) 325-4474 (773) 325-4681 (773) 325-4823 (773) 325-4738 (773) 325-8311

VOLLEYBALL

Nadia Edwards Phuong Luong Caitlyn Vann

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

(773) 325-7250 (773) 325-4215 (773) 325-4057

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DEPAUL UNIVERSITY class, our faculty know the names, concerns and goals of individuals. In other words, they care. A global society on campus We are the largest Catholic university in the country; we’re also widely known for welcoming students and employees from all ethnicities, religions and backgrounds. By nurturing diversity and being intentional about incorporating multiple viewpoints into academic and student life, we provide learning experiences that better reflect — and prepare students for — the world.

At DePaul, teaching and learning are our priorities. That might seem obvious, but of the nation’s 10 largest private universities, DePaul University is the only one whose faculty priority is teaching. We’re also the nation’s largest Catholic university—committed to an educational experience that weaves together mind, place, people and heart. MIND. Academic excellence that translates beyond the classroom DePaul has nearly 300 undergraduate majors and graduate programs, and is known for its high-caliber graduates. Many professors are working in Chicago as consultants, researchers, lawyers and entrepreneurs, and their teaching style incorporates real-world experience. The world is brought into the classroom, and the classroom is taken out to engage the world, where students are considered partners in research and community action. PLACE. Campuses connected to a world-class city DePaul has one campus in the heart of Chicago’s business district, another in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, and three in surrounding suburbs. Chicago itself is an ideal classroom—so we take full advantage of it, for everything from research and internships to museums and servicelearning opportunities. With more than 100,000 alumni in the metropolitan area, students make connections that impact their education and provide future career opportunities. PEOPLE. Engaging professors who focus on students Students describe our professors as personable and engaging, because they actually get to know them—more than 98 percent of all classes are taught by faculty members, not teaching assistants. With fewer than 40 students in the average

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HEART. A history that inspires us to serve Saint Vincent de Paul lived a life dedicated to inclusiveness and serving others, which inspires us to take meaningful action both on and off campus. We have more than 45 specialized centers and institutes focused on addressing social justice issues, and our faculty is committed to integrating service opportunities into the curriculum. This combination takes learning to a whole new level: During our students’ time at DePaul, they don’t just do, they also understand.


PLAYER PROFILES


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JAMEE CROCKETT

HEIGHT: 6-4 | WEIGHT: 207 CLASS: JUNIOR | POSITION: FORWARD HOMETOWN: CHICAGO, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: CRETE-MONEE CAREER NOTES

Played in 59 career games with 35 career starts... 25 career games in double-figures... signed with DePaul on Nov. 10, 2010.

2012-13 (SOPHOMORE)

Played in 28 games with 19 starts... 12 games in double-figures (nine in BIG EAST play)... averaged 22.9 minutes per game... third on the team in scoring and rebounding... 12-for-14 (.857) from the free throw line over the final four games... 10 points against Pittsburgh and at Georgetown... 10 points, four rebounds at Notre Dame... 16 points and three rebounds against Villanova... 13 points against Notre Dame with six rebounds, four assists... 14 points, six boards, two assists at St. John’s... 19 points against St. John’s with four rebounds, four steals and three assists... 15 points, six boards and four assists at Providence... 16 points against Seton Hall with seven rebounds and five steals... eight points, four boards, four assists and three steals against Loyola-Chicago... 11 points against UMBC with six rebounds... 14 points, three assists and three rebounds against Northern Illinois... 13 points and six boards against Milwaukee... seven points and three boards at Chicago State... missed four games from Nov. 20-30 with a right knee injury... grabbed eight rebounds with five points and four steals in 14 minutes against Austin Peay... opened season with six points and five rebounds against UC Riverside.

2011-12 (FRESHMAN)

Averaged 18.4 minutes in all 31 games with starts in 16 games... 13 games in double-figures with two games of 20 or more points... averaged 10.2 points in BIG EAST play... ranked 11th in the BIG EAST with a .376 three-point field goal percentage... in BIG EAST games only, ranked 12th in the same category three-point percentage of .364... scored a season-high 21 points with four rebounds, three assists, two steals and a blocked shot against Seton Hall... alley-oop dunk from Jeremiah Kelly against Seton Hall was No. 5 play on the March 3 edition of ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10... 11 points against Providence... 15 points at St. John’s with three assists... nine points, four boards, four assists against Louisville... 13 points, two assists at Notre Dame... 17 points against Marquette with four boards, two assists... 17 points at Cincinnati with six rebounds, two steals... scored 20 points (17 in second half) at Rutgers with seven rebounds... 15 points against USF... five points with five assists against Georgetown... 10 points against Cal Poly... 10 points and added three boards against Arkansas-Pine Bluff... 11 points with five rebounds, three assists, two blocked shots and two steals against Chicago State... 11 points in first collegiate start at Loyola-Chicago with three rebounds... 10 points against Milwaukee with three boards and three steals... made collegiate debut with nine points and two steals in 12 minutes against UT-Pan American.

HIGH SCHOOL

Chicagoland native that led Crete-Monee to its first sectional title in school history and 25-4 record... averaged 22 points, seven rebounds and 2.7 steals per game as a senior... finished 12th in Illinois Mr. Basketball voting... named Illinois Class 4A second team All-State by the Chicago Sun-Times, Illinois Basketball Coaches Association and AP... picked up third team All-State recognition from the Chicago Tribune... also named ESPNChicago.com All-Area... ranked No. 82 nationally among all small forwards by ESPN.com... selected to play in the IBCA All-Star game... played for the Mac Irvin Fire on the AAU circuit... posted a 65-9 record during summer competition with the Fire.

PERSONAL

Son of Emmanuel and Michelle Crockett... has a brother, Manny, and a sister, Dion... majoring in Sociology.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2011-12 31-16 571-18.4 2012-13 28-19 641-22.9 Totals 59-35 1212-20.5

Total Rebounds FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 98-223 .439 41-109 .376 31-44 .705 24 44 68 85-228 .373 25-94 .266 48-68 .706 31 70 101 183-451 .406 66-203 .325 79-112 .705 55 114 169

Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl 2.2 76-4 38 29 10 23 3.6 70-3 35 40 10 29 2.9 146-7 73 69 20 52

Pts 268 243 511

Avg 8.6 8.7 8.7

CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2011-12 18-11 391-21.7 2012-13 18-11 439-24.4 Totals 36-22 830-23.1

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Total Rebounds FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 66-151 .437 28-77 .364 23-33 .697 17 29 46 57-157 .363 20-67 .299 33-44 .750 19 40 59 123-308 .399 48-144 .333 56-77 .727 36 69 105

Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk 2.6 49-2 27 17 5 3.3 48-3 22 27 7 2.9 97-5 49 44 12

Stl 13 18 31

Pts 183 167 350

Avg 10.2 9.3 9.7


PLAYER PROFILES CAREER HIGHS Points: 21, vs. Seton Hall (March 3, 2012) Rebounds: 8, vs. Austin Peay (Nov. 17, 2012) Assists: 5, vs. Georgetown (Jan. 17, 2012) Steals: 5, vs. Seton Hall (Jan. 2, 2013) Blocked Shots: 2 (2x), last vs. Louisville (Feb. 27, 2013) Field Goals: 7 (3x), last vs. St. John’s (Jan. 19, 2013) Field Goal Attempts: 16, vs. St. John’s (Jan. 19, 2013)

3pt. Field Goals: 5 (2x), last vs. Seton Hall (March 3, 2012) 3pt. Field Goal Attempts: 11, at St. John’s (Feb. 20, 2012) Free Throws: 6, at Providence (Jan. 5, 2013) Free Throw Attempts: 8, at Providence (Jan. 5, 2013) Minutes: 34 (2x), last at St. John’s (Jan. 30, 2013) Games in Double-Figures: 25 20-Point Games: 2

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2012-13

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 9 UC Riverside * 18 2-7 0-1 2-3 1 4 5 4 1 0 0 1 6 Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 15 Gardner-Webb * 26 2-8 0-3 0-0 1 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 4 Nov. 17 Austin Peay * 14 2-5 0-2 1-2 3 5 8 4 2 1 1 4 5 Nov. 20 vs. Wichita State -dnpNov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky -dnp- Nov. 27 Fairfield -dnp- SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) Nov. 30 at Auburn -dnp- Dec. 5 at Chicago State 15 3-7 0-2 1-2 2 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 7 Dec. 9 Milwaukee * 17 5-10 0-2 3-3 1 5 6 3 1 0 1 0 13 Dec. 12 at Arizona State * 14 2-6 1-4 1-1 0 3 3 3 0 1 0 0 6 Dec. 16 Northern Illinois * 23 5-9 2-4 2-4 1 2 3 2 3 4 0 0 14 Dec. 22 UMBC * 24 4-8 0-3 3-7 3 3 6 1 0 1 0 1 11 Dec. 29 Loyola-Chicago * 27 3-6 2-2 0-0 0 4 4 2 4 3 0 3 8 Jan. 2 Seton Hall * 27 6-13 1-4 3-6 3 4 7 4 1 2 0 5 16 Jan. 5 at Providence * 28 4-10 1-2 6-8 2 4 6 3 4 1 1 0 15 Jan. 8 at Connecticut * 29 4-10 0-2 0-0 1 3 4 1 0 2 0 1 8 Jan. 15 --/#24 Cincinnati * 26 1-7 0-3 0-0 0 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 2 Jan. 19 St. John’s * 33 7-16 2-7 3-3 4 0 4 5 3 3 0 4 19 Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh * 23 1-8 0-1 1-2 2 3 5 2 1 2 0 0 3 Jan. 30 at St. John’s * 34 5-13 1-6 3-4 2 4 6 3 2 1 1 0 14 Feb. 2 Notre Dame * 31 5-12 3-7 0-0 0 6 6 3 4 2 0 0 13 Feb. 5 Villanova * 29 5-11 2-6 4-4 1 2 3 2 0 2 1 1 16 Feb. 9 at #24/-- Marquette 13 1-7 0-2 0-0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 Feb. 13 at #21/21 Notre Dame * 27 4-9 2-4 0-0 0 4 4 5 2 3 1 2 10 Feb. 16 Rutgers 14 1-3 1-3 2-2 0 1 1 5 1 0 0 2 5 Feb. 20 at #11/11 Georgetown 18 5-9 0-2 0-1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 10 Feb. 23 Connecticut 19 2-5 2-4 1-2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 7 Feb. 27 #10/9 Louisville 18 0-5 0-2 0-0 0 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 March 3 at USF 20 2-6 1-3 4-6 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 9 March 6 at #17/16 Syracuse * 29 2-10 2-6 2-2 1 3 4 4 0 2 0 1 8 March 9 #20/22 Pittsburgh 21 2-3 2-3 4-4 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 10 BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 12 vs. Rutgers 24 0-5 0-4 2-2 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 2 2

2011-12

Date Opponent GS Nov. 11 UT-Pan American Nov. 14 Mississippi Valley State Old Spice Classic (Buena Vista, Fla.) Nov. 24 vs. Minnesota Nov. 25 vs. Texas Tech Nov. 27 vs. Arizona State BIG EAST/SEC Challenge (Rosemont, Ill.) Dec. 1 Mississippi Dec. 5 Milwaukee Dec. 7 at Loyola-Chicago * Dec. 10 Chicago State * Dec. 14 at Northern Illinois * Dec. 17 Arkansas-Pine Bluff * Dec. 21 Cal Poly * Jan. 1 #1/1 Syracuse * Jan. 5 Pittsburgh * Jan. 8 at Villanova * Jan. 10 at #24/-- Seton Hall * Jan. 14 at #14/15 Louisville Jan. 17 #10/12 Georgetown Jan. 22 USF Jan. 25 at Rutgers Feb. 1 St. John’s Feb. 4 at Cincinnati * Feb. 6 #18/19 Marquette * Feb. 11 at Notre Dame *

Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA 12 3-3 2-2 5 0-2 0-1

FT-FTA 1-2 1-2

Off 0 0

Def 0 0

Tot 0 0

PF 2 2

A 0 0

TO Blk 0 0 0 1

Stl 2 0

Pts 9 1

8 8 4

2-4 1-2 0-3

1-2 1-1 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0

0 1 1

0 1 1

0 1 1

1 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 1 0

5 3 0

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2-5 5-7 4-9 4-9 1-6 4-6 4-8 2-6 3-7 1-1 1-4 1-5 2-8 6-10 6-8 3-6 7-12 5-12 5-11

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

0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 4-7 0-0

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

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

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

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

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R.J. CURINGTON

HEIGHT: 6-4 | WEIGHT: 205 CLASS: FRESHMAN | POSITION: GUARD HOMETOWN: DYER, IND. HIGH SCHOOL: OAK HILL ACADEMY (VA.) CAREER NOTES

Signed with DePaul on April 17, 2013.

HIGH SCHOOL

Attended Oak Hill Academy (Va.) for four seasons... averaged 17.3 points, five rebounds and three assists as a senior... the Warriors finished the season ranked No. 23 in the USA Today Super 25... averaged 10.1 points, three rebounds and two assists per game during his junior year (2011-12) on an Oak Hill team that went 44-0 and won the high school national championship while finishing No. 1 in both the ESPN and USA Today national rankings ... was a McDonald’s All-American nominee and a member of the honor roll all four years at Oak Hill.

PERSONAL

Son of Rolando Curington and Jackie Easterling-Curington... has one sister, Rolanda... Journalism major.

CORY DOLINS

HEIGHT: 6-0 | WEIGHT: 182 CLASS: SOPHOMORE | POSITION: GUARD HOMETOWN: NORTHBROOK, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: NILES WEST CAREER NOTES

Joined the program as a walk-on in June 2012.

2012-13 (FRESHMAN)

Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team... played in nine games... played four minutes with an assist against Austin Peay... made DePaul debut with two assists in a minute of action against UC Riverside.

HIGH SCHOOL

Played basketball and baseball at Niles West High School... team MVP... member of National Honor Society of High School Scholars and four-year honor roll honoree... 2011 Wendy’s High School Heisman winner at Niles West... Central Suburban League Scholar-Athlete and IHSA Scholastic Achievement Award winner... regional champion and state finalist in DECA competition... DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe... earned the Science Achievement Award in the field of chemistry... played for Bob Williams at Niles West... played on the AAU circuit for Rising Stars and Ferrari... won the JCC Maccabi gold medal for 17 and under and 16 and under.

PERSONAL

Son of Richard and Karen Dolins... has one brother, David... David played tennis at Butler (2007-11)... Honors Accounting major.

CAREER STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2012-13 9-0 15-1.7 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2-0 3 2 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 9-0 15-1.7 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2-0 3 2 0 0 0 0.0

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PLAYER PROFILES CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICS

Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2012-13 4-0 4-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 4-0 4-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

CAREER HIGHS Points: -- Rebounds: -- Assists: 2, vs. UC Riverside (Nov. 9, 2012) Steals: -- Blocked Shots: -- Field Goals: --

Field Goal Attempts: 1, vs. Milwaukee (Dec. 9, 2012) 3pt. Field Goals: -3pt. Field Goal Attempts: -Free Throws: -Free Throw Attempts: -Minutes: 5, vs. Milwaukee (Dec. 9, 2012)

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2012-13

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 9 UC Riverside 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 15 Gardner-Webb -dnpNov. 17 Austin Peay 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Nov. 20 vs. Wichita State -dnpNov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky -dnp- Nov. 27 Fairfield -dnp- SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) Nov. 30 at Auburn -dnp- Dec. 5 at Chicago State 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 9 Milwaukee 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 Dec. 12 at Arizona State -dnpDec. 16 Northern Illinois -dnpDec. 22 UMBC -dnpDec. 29 Loyola-Chicago -dnpJan. 2 Seton Hall -dnpJan. 5 at Providence -dnpJan. 8 at Connecticut 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 15 --/#24 Cincinnati -dnpJan. 19 St. John’s -dnpJan. 26 at Pittsburgh 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 30 at St. John’s -dnpFeb. 2 Notre Dame -dnpFeb. 5 Villanova -dnpFeb. 9 at #24/-- Marquette -dnpFeb. 13 at #21/21 Notre Dame -dnpFeb. 16 Rutgers -dnpFeb. 20 at #11/11 Georgetown -dnpFeb. 23 Connecticut 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 27 #10/9 Louisville -dnpMarch 3 at USF -dnpMarch 6 at #17/16 Syracuse 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 March 9 #20/22 Pittsburgh -dnp- BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 12 vs. Rutgers 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 *game started

BILLY GARRETT JR.

HEIGHT: 6-5 | WEIGHT: 194 CLASS: FRESHMAN | POSITION: GUARD HOMETOWN: CHICAGO, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: MORGAN PARK CAREER NOTES

Signed with DePaul on Nov. 21, 2012.

HIGH SCHOOL

Led Morgan Park High School to a 33-3 record and an Illinois High School Class 3A State Championship in 2013... the Mustangs finished the season ranked No. 22 in the USA Today Super 25 national high school rankings... finished tied for ninth in the Illinois Mr. Basketball voting... his No. 5 jersey was retired at Morgan Park after finishing career as all-time leader in scoring and assists... only Garrett and Louisville’s Wayne Blackshear have their jerseys retired at Morgan Park... totaled 14 points, five assists, four rebounds and two steals in championship game... four-year starter at Morgan Park... averaged 17 points, eight assists and five rebounds per game as a senior (2012-13)

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL and 25.2 points, five assists and three rebounds per game as a junior (2011-12)... led Morgan Park to the Proviso West Holiday Tournament title... first team Class 3A All-State honoree by the Associated Press as a senior... earned All-City, AllArea and All-State honors in both his junior and senior years... named to the ESPN 100 as No. 94 overall and 23rd among all points guards... ranked as the 22nd-best point guard (No. 99 overall) by Rivals.com... also a top 100 recruit by Scout. com and No. 18 among the nation’s top point guards... played on the AAU circuit for the Mac Irvin Fire playing in the nation’s top summer events... also made summer stops at the Pangos All-American camp, NBPA Top 100 camp and the Deron Williams Skills Academy... coached by Nick Irvin, Curtis Blair, Walter Woghiern and Terry Johnson.

PERSONAL

Son of DePaul assistant coach Billy Garrett and Annissa Lambrith-Garrett... grandson of Bill Garrett, the first AfricanAmerican basketball player in the Big 10... he was an All-American at Indiana before being drafted by the Boston Celtics... he also played with the Harlem Globetrotters before becoming a high school coach in Indiana... majoring in Finance.

TOMMY HAMILTON IV

HEIGHT: 6-10 | WEIGHT: 284 CLASS: FRESHMAN | POSITION: CENTER HOMETOWN: CHICAGO, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: IMG ACADEMY (FLA.) CAREER NOTES

Signed with DePaul on April 22, 2013.

HIGH SCHOOL

Finished prep career at IMG Academy (Fla.) after three seasons at Chicago’s Whitney Young High School... ranked among the nation’s top 25 centers at No. 21 by Scout.com... ranked No. 27 among the nation’s top centers by ESPN.com... averaged 10 points and seven rebounds in three varsity seasons at Whitney Young... played on the AAU circuit for the Mac Irvin Fire... coached by Tyrone Slaughter at Whitney Young.

PERSONAL

Son of LaTanya Floyd and Thomas Hamilton... Thomas Hamilton played in 33 games over two NBA seasons for Boston and Houston... Communication and Media major.

MYKE HENRY

HEIGHT: 6-6 | WEIGHT: 210 CLASS: JUNIOR | POSITION: FORWARD HOMETOWN: CHICAGO, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: ORR CAREER NOTES

Transferred to DePaul on June 18, 2013 after playing his first two collegiate seasons at the University of Illinois... sitting out the 2013-14 season under NCAA transfer guidelines... will have two seasons of eligibility starting with the 2014-15 season.

2012-13 (SOPHOMORE AT ILLINOIS)

Academic All-Big Ten honoree... appeared in 35 of 36 games at Illinois... averaged 3.2 points and 2.1 rebounds per game ... averaged 10.6 minutes per game... scored 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds in 26 minutes of action against Nebraska... seven points, eight boards and two steals at Ohio State... 11 points, including two three-pointers, at Michigan State... eight points against Purdue... seven points in 10 minutes against Penn State... seven points and seven rebounds against Chaminade... nine points against Western Carolina.

2011-12 (FRESHMAN AT ILLINOIS)

Played in 22 games... averaged 3.2 points and 1.1 rebounds per game... scored 14 points, finishing 6-of-10 from the field, against Chicago State... seven points in seven minutes against Purdue... eight points against Indiana and at Nebraska.

HIGH SCHOOL

Attended Chicago’s Orr High School... a consensus top-100 recruit... ranked No. 39 by Rivals.com... averaged 25 points and 11 rebounds as a senior... garnered first team All-State honors after averaging 25 points and 11 rebounds per game as a senior in 2010-11... first team All-State selection by the Associated Press (AP), Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette and Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA)... second team All-State by the Chicago Sun-Times... special mention All-State by the Chicago Tribune... All-Area and first team All-City by the Sun-Times... averaged 29 points and nine rebounds as a junior... first team All-State by the Sun-Times, AP and News-Gazette... second team All-State by the IBCA

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PLAYER PROFILES and special mention All-State by the Tribune as a junior... high school coach was Lou Adams... played for the SYF AAU program coached by Wayne Brumm and the Mac Irvin Fire AAU program coached by Mike Irvin.

PERSONAL

Son of Micheal Henry and Vanessa McKinney... has three sisters, Erica, Meme and Chiqualla... majoring in Communication and Media.

CAREER STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 2011-12* 22-0 179-8.1 28-62 .452 4-25 .160 10-15 .667 11 14 25 2012-13* 35-0 371-10.6 38-110 .346 19-60 .317 17-24 .708 33 41 74 Totals 57-0 550-9.7 66-172 .384 23-85 .271 27-39 .692 44 55 99 *at Illinois

Avg PF-FO Ast TO 1.1 23-0 2 9 2.1 39-0 5 23 1.7 62-0 7 32

Blk 3 7 10

Stl 7 13 20

Pts 70 112 182

Avg 3.2 3.2 3.2

CAREER HIGHS Points: 14, vs. Chicago State (Nov. 27,2011)* Rebounds: 9, vs. Nebraska (March 2, 2013)* Assists: 1 (7x), last vs. Nebraska (March 2, 2013)* Steals: 2 (3x), last at Ohio State (March 10, 2013)* Blocked Shots: 1 (10x), last at Michigan State (Jan. 31, 2013)* Field Goals: 6, vs. Chicago State (Nov. 27, 2011)* Field Goal Attempts: 10 (2x), last at Ohio State (March 10, 2013)* *at Illinois

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2012-13 at ILLINOIS

3pt. Field Goals: 2 (4x), last vs. Nebraska (March 2, 2013)* 3pt. Field Goal Attempts: 5, at Ohio State (March 10, 2013)* Free Throws: 3, vs. Western Carolina (Dec. 4, 2012)* Free Throw Attempts: 5, vs. Western Carolina (Dec. 4, 2012)* Minutes: 26, vs. Nebraska (March 2, 2013)* Games in Double-Figures: 3*

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Nov. 9 Colgate 16 1-5 1-2 2-4 3 4 7 2 0 2 1 0 Nov. 12 St. Francis (N.Y.) 13 1-3 1-2 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 Nov. 16 at Hawaii 7 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 EA SPORTS Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Hawaii) Nov. 19 vs. USC 14 2-7 1-4 0-0 0 2 2 3 0 1 0 0 Nov. 20 vs. Chaminade 13 2-4 1-1 2-2 2 5 7 2 1 2 0 0 Nov. 21 vs. Butler 9 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 Nov. 25 Gardner-Webb 12 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Champaign, Ill.) Nov. 28 Georgia Tech 2 1-4 1-2 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 4 Western Carolina 12 3-7 0-2 3-5 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 Dec. 8 at #10/10 Gonzaga 22 2-2 2-2 0-0 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 1 Dec. 11 Norfolk State 8 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 Dec. 16 Eastern Kentucky 15 2-7 0-3 0-0 4 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 Braggin’ Rights (St. Louis, Mo.) Dec. 22 vs. #12/12 Missouri 5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Dec. 29 Auburn 10 1-3 0-1 1-2 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 Jan. 2 at Purdue 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Jan. 5 #8/8 Ohio State 11 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 Jan. 9 #8/10 Minnesota 12 0-3 0-2 2-2 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 Jan. 12 at Wisconsin 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Jan. 17 Northwestern -dnp- Jan. 22 at Nebraska 5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 Jan. 27 #2/3 Michigan 10 0-1 0-0 2-2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 Jan. 31 at #13/9 Michigan State 21 4-6 2-4 1-1 2 0 2 4 0 0 1 1 Feb. 3 Wisconsin 13 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 Feb. 7 #1/1 Indiana 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Feb. 10 at #18/18 Minnesota 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 13 Purdue 14 3-6 2-3 0-0 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 Feb. 17 at Northwestern 9 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 1 Feb. 21 Penn State 10 2-4 1-3 2-2 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 Feb. 24 at #7/7 Michigan 13 1-3 1-3 0-2 0 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 March 2 Nebraska 26 4-8 2-4 2-2 3 6 9 3 1 1 0 1 March 5 at Iowa 7 0-4 0-2 0-0 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 March 10 at #14/13 Ohio State 24 3-10 1-5 0-0 6 2 8 1 0 3 0 2 Big Ten Championship (Chicago, Ill.) March 14 vs. Minnesota 10 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 March 15 vs. #3/3 Indiana 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 NCAA Championship 2nd/3rd Rounds (Austin, Texas) March 22 vs. Colorado 1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 March 24 vs. #5/4 Miami 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 11 Loyola-Chicago 4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 Cancun Challenge (Champaign, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 14 SIU Edwardsville -dnpNov. 17 Lipscomb -dnpNov. 22 vs. Richmond -dnpNov. 23 vs. Illinois State -dnp- Nov. 27 Chicago State 21 6-10 1-3 1-2 0 3 3 3 1 0 0 2 14 ACC/Big Ten Challenge (College Park, Md.) Nov. 29 at Maryland 5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 3 #19/18 Gonzaga 4 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Dec. 7 St. Bonaventure -dnpDec. 11 Coppin State 8 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 Dec. 17 vs. UNLV 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 Dec. 19 Cornell 5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Braggin’ Rights (St. Louis, Mo.) Dec. 22 vs. #9/8 Missouri -dnp- Dec. 27 Minnesota -dnpDec. 31 at Purdue 7 3-7 1-3 0-0 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 7 Jan. 4 at Northwestern 15 2-5 1-2 1-2 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 6 Jan. 7 Nebraska 8 1-2 1-2 2-2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 Jan. 10 #5/5 Ohio State 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 Jan. 19 at Penn State 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Jan. 22 Wisconsin -dnpJan. 28 at Minnesota 11 0-2 0-1 1-2 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 Jan. 31 #9/10 Michigan State 17 2-3 0-1 2-2 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 6 Feb. 5 Northwestern 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 9 at #23/23 Indiana 20 4-6 0-2 0-0 1 1 2 4 0 3 1 1 8 Feb. 12 at #22/25 Michigan 5 1-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 Feb. 15 Purdue 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 18 at Nebraska 10 3-8 0-3 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 Feb. 21 at #8/9 Ohio State 9 3-5 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 6 Feb. 26 Iowa 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 March 1 #13/16 Michigan -dnpMarch 4 at #14/15 Wisconsin 9 0-4 0-3 1-2 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 Big Ten Championship (Indianapolis, Ind.) March 8 vs. Iowa -dnp- *game started

SANDI MARCIUS

HEIGHT: 6-10 | WEIGHT: 255 CLASS: SENIOR | POSITION: FORWARD HOMETOWN: NEDELISCE, CROATIA HIGH SCHOOL: LA LUMIERE (IND.) CAREER NOTES

Transferred to DePaul on June 27, 2013... enrolled as a graduate student after completing undergraduate degree at Purdue... two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

2012-13 (JUNIOR AT PURDUE)

Academic All-Big Ten honoree... played in 29 games... started five times... averaged 3.3 points, 2.5 rebounds and 9.3 minutes per game... averaged 6.8 points and 3.6 boards over last 11 games... led Purdue in blocks six times and rebounds once... three games in double-figures... nine points, four rebounds and two steals against Santa Clara in the CBI quarterfinals... eight points, a rebound and a block against Western Illinois in the first round of the CBI... six boards, four points against Nebraska in the Big Ten Tournament... 13 points to go along with five rebounds against No. 7/8 Michigan... 10 points, five rebounds and three steals off the bench at No. 17/16 Wisconsin... seven points, a season-high seven rebounds and a pair of blocks at No. 1/2 Indiana... six points and posted four rebounds at Illinois... two points, four rebounds and three steals against No. 15/14 Ohio State... seven points, five rebounds and a block against Lamar... 11 points, five rebounds and a block against Hofstra.

2011-12 (SOPHOMORE AT PURDUE)

Academic All-Big Ten honoree... played in 24 games with eight starts... averaged 1.6 points and 2.1 rebounds in 8.5 minutes per game... season-high six rebounds against Kansas in the third round of the NCAA Tournament... five points, three boards and blocked two shots against Saint Mary’s in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... scored four points, grabbed four boards and blocked a shot against Butler at the Crossroads Classic... six points and four rebounds against Western Michigan in first career start... eight points and five rebounds against Northern Illinois.

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PLAYER PROFILES 2010-11 (FRESHMAN AT PURDUE)

Played in 22 games... averaged 1.0 point and 1.5 rebounds in 5.1 minutes... led Purdue in rebounds twice and blocks once... posted season highs with 12 points and eight rebounds against Alcorn State... led the team with seven rebounds in the win over North Florida... four rebounds and an assist against Austin Peay... four points, a rebound and a block against Howard.

2009-10 (AT PURDUE)

Redshirted his first season in the Purdue program after injuring his foot in preseason practice.

HIGH SCHOOL

Rated the No. 14 center in his class by ESPN.com... moved to La Porte, Ind. to attend La Lumiere from Nedelisce, Croatia, prior to his senior year... averaged 15 points, 15 rebounds and seven blocked shots for La Lumiere in 2008-09... coached by Delray Brooks.

PERSONAL

Full name is Aleksandar Marcius... son of Miran and Sanja Marcius... has a brother, Dejan... earned degree at Purdue in building construction management... pursuing a masters of science degree in Marketing at DePaul.

CAREER STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 2010-11* 22-0 113-5.1 8-21 .381 0-0 .000 5-9 .556 10 23 33 2011-12* 24-8 203-8.5 14-26 .538 0-0 .000 11-18 .611 17 34 51 2012-13* 29-5 269-9.3 38-72 .528 0-0 .000 20-33 .606 31 41 72 Totals 75-13 585-7.8 60-119 .504 0-0 .000 36-60 .600 58 98 156 *at Purdue

Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl 1.5 16-0 2 10 4 1 2.1 33-0 5 18 5 4 2.5 34-1 5 18 15 13 2.1 83-1 12 46 24 18

Pts 21 39 96 156

Avg 1.0 1.6 3.3 2.1

CAREER HIGHS Points: 13, vs. Michigan (March 6, 2013)* Rebounds: 8, vs. Alcorn State (Nov. 17, 2010)* Assists: 2, vs. Temple (Nov. 18, 2011)* Steals: 3 (2x), last vs. Wisconsin (March 3, 2013)* Blocked Shots: 2 (4x), last vs. Northwestern (Feb. 24, 2013)* Field Goals: 6, vs. Michigan (March 6, 2013)* Field Goal Attempts: 9, vs. Michigan (March 6, 2013)* *at Purdue

3pt. Field Goals: -3pt. Field Goal Attempts: -Free Throws: 4 (3x), last vs. Western Illinois (March 20, 2013)* Free Throw Attempts: 6 (2x), last at Wisconsin (March 3, 2013)* Minutes: 21, at Wisconsin (March 3, 2013)* Games in Double-Figures: 4*

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2012-13 at PURDUE

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 2K Sports Classic (West Lafayette, Ind./New York, N.Y.) Nov. 9 Bucknell * 8 1-1 0-0 1-1 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 3 Nov. 11 Hofstra * 17 5-8 0-0 1-1 4 1 5 1 0 4 1 1 11 Nov. 15 vs. Villanova * 10 0-2 0-0 1-2 1 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 Nov. 16 vs. Oregon State 8 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nov. 21 UNC Wilmington 7 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Clemson, S.C.) Nov. 28 at Clemson -dnp- Dec. 1 Xavier -dnpDec. 4 Lamar 10 2-4 0-0 3-4 2 3 5 0 1 0 1 0 7 Dec. 8 at Eastern Michigan -dnp- Crossroads Classic (Indianapolis, Ind.) Dec. 15 vs. #22/24 Notre Dame 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 18 Ball State 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 29 William & Mary -dnpJan. 2 #11/14 Illinois -dnpJan. 5 at #18/18 Michigan State 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 8 #15/14 Ohio State 11 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 2 4 0 1 0 0 3 2 Jan. 13 Penn State 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 16 at Nebraska 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 Jan. 19 West Virginia 14 2-3 0-0 0-2 1 3 4 2 0 0 1 0 0 Jan. 24 at #2/3 Michigan 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 27 Iowa 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Jan. 30 #3/3 Indiana 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 2 at Northwestern 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 Feb. 5 at Penn State 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 9 #12/8 Michigan State 7 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 4 0 0 1 0 4 Feb. 13 at Illinois 12 3-7 0-0 0-0 3 1 4 1 0 1 1 1 6 Feb. 16 at #1/2 Indiana 17 2-5 0-0 3-4 3 4 7 2 1 2 2 0 7 Feb. 24 Northwestern * 16 2-3 0-0 0-2 1 2 3 2 0 2 2 1 4 Feb. 27 at Iowa * 7 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL March 3 at #17/16 Wisconsin 21 3-3 March 6 #7/8 Michigan 18 6-9 March 9 Minnesota 14 1-2 Big Ten Championship (Chicago, Ill.) March 13 vs. Nebraska 14 2-3 College Basketball Invitational (West Lafayette, Ind.) March 20 Western Illinois 13 2-4 March 25 Santa Clara 19 4-5

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2011-12 at PURDUE

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 11 Northern Illinois 16 3-4 0-0 2-3 0 5 5 0 1 2 1 1 9 Nov. 14 High Point 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 Hour Energy Puerto Rico Tip-Off (San Juan, P.R.) Nov. 17 vs. Iona 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Nov. 18 vs. Temple 14 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 5 5 1 2 1 0 0 2 Nov. 20 vs. #16/15 Alabama 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 Nov. 23 Western Michigan * 18 3-6 0-0 0-1 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 6 Nov. 26 Coppin State * 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 ACC/Big Ten Challenge (West Lafayette, Ind.) Nov. 29 Miami * 11 1-1 0-0 2-3 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 Dec. 3 at #11/11 Xavier * 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 7 Western Carolina * 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 Dec. 10 Eastern Michigan * 13 1-1 0-0 1-2 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 3 Crossroads Classic (Indianapolis, Ind.) Dec. 17 vs. Butler * 13 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 2 4 4 0 4 1 0 4 Dec. 20 IPFW -dnpDec. 28 at Iowa -dnpDec. 31 Illinois -dnpJan. 5 at Penn State -dnpJan. 8 at Minnesota 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 12 Wisconsin -dnpJan. 17 Iowa 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 21 at #9/9 Michigan State 12 1-1 0-0 1-2 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 Jan. 24 #20/22 Michigan -dnpJan. 28 at Northwestern -dnpFeb. 4 #20/20 Indiana 3 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 1 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 Feb. 7 at #3/3 Ohio State 4 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Feb. 12 Northwestern -dnpFeb. 15 at Illinois -dnpFeb. 19 #7/8 Michigan State 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 22 Nebraska 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 25 at #11/13 Michigan -dnpFeb. 29 Penn State 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 March 4 at #18/20 Indiana -dnp- Big Ten Championship (Indianapolis, Ind.) March 8 vs. Nebraska 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 March 9 vs. #7/7 Ohio State 12 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 NCAA Championship 1st and 2nd Rounds (Omaha, Neb.) March 16 vs. Saint Mary’s 16 1-2 0-0 3-3 0 3 3 2 0 2 2 1 5 March 18 vs. #6/6 Kansas * 16 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 4 6 4 0 2 0 0 0

2010-11 at PURDUE

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 14 Howard 13 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 4 Nov. 17 Alcorn State 19 4-6 0-0 4-6 2 6 8 1 1 1 0 0 12 Chicago Invitational Challenge (West Lafayette, Ind./Chicago, Ill.) Nov. 21 Oakland -dnpNov. 23 Austin Peay 8 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 Nov. 26 vs. Southern Illinois 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 Nov. 27 vs. Richmond 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Blacksburg, Virginia) Dec. 1 at Virginia Tech 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 4 Alabama 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 7 at Valparaiso 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 11 North Florida 15 0-0 0-0 0-1 1 6 7 2 0 0 1 0 0 Boilermaker Blockbuster (Indianapolis, Ind.) Dec. 18 vs. Indiana State 4 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 Dec. 21 IPFW 11 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 Dec. 28 at Michigan 3 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 Dec. 31 Northwestern -dnpJan. 9 Iowa 6 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 Jan. 13 at --/#25 Minnesota 6 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 16 at West Virginia 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 19 Penn State -dnpJan. 22 #17/18 Michigan State 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES Jan. 25 at #1/1 Ohio State 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 29 #16/18 Minnesota -dnpFeb. 1 at #19/18 Wisconsin -dnpFeb. 8 Indiana -dnpFeb. 13 at Illinois 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 Feb. 16 #10/10 Wisconsin -dnpFeb. 20 #2/3 Ohio State 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Feb. 23 at Indiana -dnpFeb. 27 at Michigan State -dnpMarch 1 Illinois -dnpMarch 5 at Iowa -dnp- Big Ten Championship (Chicago, Ill.) March 11 vs. Michigan State 2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 NCAA Championship 1st and 2nd Rounds (Chicago, Ill.) March 18 vs. Saint Peter’s 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 March 20 vs. VCU 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 *game started

DeJUAN MARRERO

HEIGHT: 6-5 | WEIGHT: 219 CLASS: FRESHMAN | POSITION: FORWARD HOMETOWN: GARY, IND. HIGH SCHOOL: BOWMAN ACADEMY CAREER NOTES

Signed with DePaul on Nov. 9, 2011.

2012-13 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN)

Missed season with right knee injury... suffered a torn ACL in practice in Oct. 24.

HIGH SCHOOL

Four-year letterwinner at Bowman Academy... ranked No. 13 among Indiana high school seniors and 35th in the Midwest by ESPN.com... also ranked among the top 50 small forwards in the nation by ESPN.com... played for the Indiana All-Stars in the 71st annual two-game series against Kentucky All-Star team... three-time member of Times of Northwest Indiana All-Area first team... led Bowman Academy to state runner-up finish and 17-9 record as a senior... averaged 20 points and 14 rebounds during senior season... Bowman finished the year ranked fifth in state... McDonald’s All-American nominee... averaged 22.1 points and 15.3 rebounds as a junior... helped the Eagles to the 2010 Indiana class 2A state championship... averaged 17 points and 12 boards as a sophomore... state championship team posted a 24-1 record... was a Junior Indiana All-Star on the North team... coached by Marvin Rea at Bowman... was a member of the U18 national team for Puerto Rico at the 2010 FIBA Americas tournament... played for Spiece Indy Heat on the AAU circuit.

PERSONAL

Son of Yolanda Marrero... plans to major in Communication and Media.

DURRELL McDONALD

HEIGHT: 6-1 | WEIGHT: 169 CLASS: SOPHOMORE | POSITION: GUARD HOMETOWN: LAS VEGAS, NEV. HIGH SCHOOL: GREEN VALLEY CAREER NOTES

Signed with DePaul on April 12, 2012... also high jumps as a member of the DePaul track and field team... finished third at the 2013 BIG EAST Outdoor Track and Field Championships with a height of 2.04 meters... posted a season-best of 2.08 meters while finishing 10th at the Drake Relays.

2012-13 (FRESHMAN)

Played in all 32 games with starts in nine games... averaged 11.1 minutes per game... 12 points, three assists against Seton Hall... six points against Milwaukee, Fairfield and Loyola-Chicago... scored nine points against Austin Peay with two steals, two rebounds... made DePaul debut with seven points, two assists against UC Riverside... one of two players on roster during the season from Las Vegas with Moses Morgan.

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Earned first team Class 4A All-State honors from the Las Vegas Review-Journal after averaging 21.2 points, 6.6 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game as a senior... led Green Valley to Class 4A state semifinals with a 32-point game in the regional championship... named West region Player of the Week by ESPN.com following the 32-point effort... the Gators started the season at 4-11 before McDonald led the team to 13 wins in 14 games en route to the state semifinals... earned MVP honors for the Sunrise Region and All-Southeast League Team... played for Lorenzo Jarvis at Green Valley... also one of the nation’s top prep high jumpers with a personal best mark of 7-0 as a senior... that height was ranked seventh in the nation in 2012... won the Nevada state high jump as a sophomore and was runner-up as a senior... spent junior year in Mississippi and claimed a 2011 Class 2A state title with Piney Woods High School... averaged 7.8 points and 6.5 assists per game... the Tornados finished the season with a 29-3 record after defeating Bruce, 64-48, in the championship game... also won the Mississippi state high jump title during junior year... played AAU basketball for Mitch Mitchell and Mad Moves Inc. and Wesley Reed and Henderson Heat.

PERSONAL

Son of Darryl McDonald and Vernessa Reed... has five brothers and three sisters... brothers are Redale, Carl, Darryl Jr., Derrick and Darren... sisters are Denisha, Ericka and Dakota... father played at Texas A&M from 1986-88 and professionally in the CBA from 1990-93 before a career from 1994-2008 in Australia’s NBL... also led a successful coaching career in the NBL... undecided on major... enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2012-13 32-9 355-11.1 39-89 .438 10-25 .400 5-10 .500 3 27 30 0.9 51-0 22 38 1 20 93 2.9 Totals 32-9 355-11.1 39-89 .438 10-25 .400 5-10 .500 3 27 30 0.9 51-0 22 38 1 20 93 2.9

CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2012-13 18-1 160-8.9 13-35 .371 4-10 .400 3-4 .750 2 11 13 0.7 22-0 14 17 0 8 33 1.8 Totals 18-1 160-8.9 13-35 .371 4-10 .400 3-4 .750 2 11 13 0.7 22-0 14 17 0 8 33 1.8

CAREER HIGHS Points: 12, vs. Seton Hall (Jan. 2, 1013) Rebounds: 3, vs. UMBC (Dec. 22, 2012) Assists: 3 (3x), last vs. St. John’s (Jan. 19, 2013) Steals: 2 (6x), last at Providence (Jan. 5, 2013) Blocked Shots: 1, at Auburn (Nov. 30, 2012) Field Goals: 5, vs. Seton Hall (Jan. 2, 2013) Field Goal Attempts: 6 (2x), last vs. Seton Hall (Jan. 2, 2013)

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2012-13

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA Nov. 9 UC Riverside 11 3-4 1-1 Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 15 Gardner-Webb 11 2-4 0-0 Nov. 17 Austin Peay 17 4-5 1-1 Nov. 20 vs. Wichita State 8 0-2 0-2 Nov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky 18 2-4 0-1 Nov. 27 Fairfield * 22 3-6 0-1 SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) Nov. 30 at Auburn * 23 2-5 1-2 Dec. 5 at Chicago State * 11 0-3 0-1 Dec. 9 Milwaukee * 13 3-3 0-0 Dec. 12 at Arizona State * 15 1-5 1-1 Dec. 16 Northern Illinois * 14 2-4 1-2 Dec. 22 UMBC * 16 1-5 1-2 Dec. 29 Loyola-Chicago * 12 3-4 0-1 Jan. 2 Seton Hall 20 5-6 2-2 Jan. 5 at Providence 15 2-5 0-1 Jan. 8 at Connecticut * 14 1-5 0-1 Jan. 15 --/#24 Cincinnati 6 0-0 0-0 Jan. 19 St. John’s 12 0-0 0-0 Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh 10 1-2 0-0 Jan. 30 at St. John’s 7 0-3 0-1 Feb. 2 Notre Dame 5 0-1 0-0 Feb. 5 Villanova 6 1-1 1-1 Feb. 9 at #24/-- Marquette 1 0-1 0-1 Feb. 13 at #21/21 Notre Dame 4 0-1 0-0 Feb. 16 Rutgers 10 0-1 0-0 Feb. 20 at #11/11 Georgetown 17 2-5 1-1 Feb. 23 Connecticut 13 0-1 0-0

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3pt. Field Goals: 2, vs. Seton Hall (Jan. 2, 2013) 3pt. Field Goal Attempts: 2 (5x), last vs. Seton Hall (Jan. 2, 2013) Free Throws: 2 (2x), last vs. Connecticut (Feb. 23, 2013) Free Throw Attempts: 2 (5x), last vs. Connecticut (Feb. 23, 2013) Minutes: 23, at Auburn (Nov. 30, 2012) Games in Double-Figures: 1

FT-FTA 0-0

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

1 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

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

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5 2 6 3 5 3 6 12 5 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 5 2


PLAYER PROFILES Feb. 27 #10/9 Louisville March 3 at USF March 6 at #17/16 Syracuse March 9 #20/22 Pittsburgh BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 12 vs. Rutgers

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EDWIND McGHEE

HEIGHT: 6-3 | WEIGHT: 205 CLASS: SENIOR | POSITION: GUARD HOMETOWN: CHAMPAIGN, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: CENTRAL CAREER NOTES

Joined the program as a walk-on in October 2010... played in 44 career games... three-time member of the BIG EAST All-Academic Team... played in nine games as a freshman, 17 as a sophomore and 18 as a junior.

2012-13 (JUNIOR)

Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team... earned a scholarship for the 2013 Winter and Spring academic quarters... played in 18 games... three steals against Pittsburgh... two points, two rebounds at Georgetown... totaled three points at Marqutte... three rebounds against Milwaukee... two points, two assists against Western Kentucky... scored five points with three rebounds, three assists and two steals against Austin Peay.

2011-12 (SOPHOMORE)

Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team... played in 17 games... three points and four rebounds at Cincinnati... two points against Syracuse... four points and three rebounds at Loyola-Chicago.

2010-11 (FRESHMAN)

Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team... played in nine games... scored a point at St. John’s... grabbed two boards against Notre Dame... knocked down two free throws at Marquette... recorded first collegiate points in four minutes against Cal State Northridge... made collegiate debut with an assist in a minute of action against Chicago State.

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 14.5 points and 5.2 rebounds per game as a senior at Champaign Central... two-time Most Valuable Offensive player and All-Conference honoree... averaged 12.6 points and 6.3 rebounds per game during junior season... Senior Class President and Homecoming King... National Honor Society and French Honor Society member... coached by Scott Davis at Champaign Central... also played football... played for the Illinois Elite on the AAU circuit.

PERSONAL

Son of Edward and Deena McGhee... has two younger brothers, Edmond and Edward... double major in Journalism and Relational Communication.

CAREER STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 2010-11 9-0 16-1.8 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 2 0 2 2011-12 17-0 59-3.5 4-7 .571 1-4 .250 1-2 .500 2 9 11 2012-13 18-0 108-6.0 4-19 .211 2-11 .182 7-9 .778 5 14 19 Totals 44-0 183-4.2 9-27 .333 3-15 .200 11-17 .647 9 23 32

Avg PF-FO Ast TO 0.2 3-0 4 1 0.6 4-0 2 7 1.1 4-0 10 5 0.7 11-0 16 13

Blk 0 0 0 0

Stl 0 1 11 12

Pts 5 10 17 32

Avg 0.6 0.6 0.9 0.7

CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 2010-11 6-0 10-1.7 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 2 0 2 2011-12 12-0 41-3.4 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0 5 5 2012-13 10-0 55-5.5 2-11 .182 1-6 .167 5-7 .714 4 6 10 Totals 28-0 106-3.8 4-14 .286 2-8 .250 9-15 .600 6 11 17

Avg PF-FO Ast TO 0.3 2-0 2 1 0.4 2-0 2 4 1.0 1-0 2 2 0.6 5-0 6 7

Blk 0 0 0 0

Stl 0 1 6 7

Pts 3 6 10 19

Avg 0.5 0.5 1.0 0.7

CAREER HIGHS Points: 5, vs. Austin Peay (Nov. 17, 2012) Rebounds: 4, at Cincinnati (Feb. 4, 2012) Assists: 3, vs. Austin Peay (Nov. 17, 2012) Steals: 3, vs. Pittsburgh (March 9, 2013) Blocked Shots: -- Field Goals: 2, at Loyola-Chicago (Dec. 7, 2011)

Field Goal Attempts: 4, at Georgetown (Feb. 20, 2013) 3pt. Field Goals: 1 (3x), last at Marquette (Feb. 9, 2013) 3pt. Field Goal Attempts: 3, vs. Austin Peay (Nov. 17, 2012) Free Throws: 2 (4x), last at Georgetown (Feb. 20, 2013) Free Throw Attempts: 2 (8x), last at Georgetown (Feb. 20, 2013) Minutes: 18, at Cincinnati (Feb. 4, 2012)

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Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 9 UC Riverside 4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 15 Gardner-Webb 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Nov. 17 Austin Peay 15 1-4 1-3 2-2 0 3 3 0 3 1 0 2 5 Nov. 20 vs. Wichita State 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 Nov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky 10 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 Nov. 27 Fairfield 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) Nov. 30 at Auburn -dnp- Dec. 5 at Chicago State -dnpDec. 9 Milwaukee 8 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 Dec. 12 at Arizona State -dnpDec. 16 Northern Illinois -dnpDec. 22 UMBC -dnpDec. 29 Loyola-Chicago -dnpJan. 2 Seton Hall -dnpJan. 5 at Providence -dnpJan. 8 at Connecticut 6 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 Jan. 15 --/#24 Cincinnati -dnpJan. 19 St. John’s -dnpJan. 26 at Pittsburgh 5 1-2 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 Jan. 30 at St. John’s -dnpFeb. 2 Notre Dame -dnpFeb. 5 Villanova 2 0-1 0-1 2-2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Feb. 9 at #24/-- Marquette 12 1-3 1-2 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 Feb. 13 at #21/21 Notre Dame 5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Feb. 16 Rutgers 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 20 at #11/11 Georgetown 9 0-4 0-1 2-2 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 Feb. 23 Connecticut -dnpFeb. 27 #10/9 Louisville 3 0-0 0-0 0-1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 March 3 at USF -dnpMarch 6 at #17/16 Syracuse 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 March 9 #20/22 Pittsburgh 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 12 vs. Rutgers 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2011-12

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 11 UT-Pan American 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nov. 14 Mississippi Valley State 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Old Spice Classic (Buena Vista, Fla.) Nov. 24 vs. Minnesota -dnpNov. 25 vs. Texas Tech -dnp- Nov. 27 vs. Arizona State -dnp- BIG EAST/SEC Challenge (Rosemont, Ill.) Dec. 1 Mississippi -dnp- Dec. 5 Milwaukee -dnpDec. 7 at Loyola-Chicago 6 2-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 4 Dec. 10 Chicago State 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 14 at Northern Illinois -dnpDec. 17 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 8 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 2 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 Dec. 21 Cal Poly -dnpJan. 1 #1/1 Syracuse 2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Jan. 5 Pittsburgh -dnpJan. 8 at Villanova 3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Jan. 10 at #24/-- Seton Hall 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 14 at #14/15 Louisville -dnpJan. 17 #10/12 Georgetown -dnpJan. 22 USF 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 25 at Rutgers -dnpFeb. 1 St. John’s 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 4 at Cincinnati 18 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 4 4 0 1 3 0 0 3 Feb. 6 #18/19 Marquette 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 11 at Notre Dame -dnpFeb. 15 at Connecticut 3 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 Feb. 18 #19/18 Louisville 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 20 at St. John’s -dnpFeb. 25 Providence 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 28 at West Virginia 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 March 3 Seton Hall 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 6 vs. Connecticut -dnp-

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PLAYER PROFILES 2010-11

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 14 Chicago State 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Nov. 16 Western Carolina -dnp- 76 Classic (Anaheim, Calif.) Nov. 25 vs. Oklahoma State -dnp- Nov. 26 vs. Cal State Northridge 4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 Nov. 28 vs. Stanford -dnp- Dec. 2 Northern Illinois -dnpDec. 5 Central Michigan -dnpDec. 8 at Indiana State 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 11 Ball State -dnpDec. 14 Milwaukee -dnpDec. 18 Loyola-Chicago -dnpDec. 22 Florida Atlantic -dnpDec. 28 at Cincinnati 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Jan. 1 at #9/9 Georgetown -dnpJan. 4 West Virginia -dnpJan. 12 Seton Hall -dnpJan. 15 #10/9 Connecticut -dnpJan. 18 at Marquette 1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Jan. 22 #5/4 Pittsburgh 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Jan. 27 at USF -dnpFeb. 3 #9/8 Notre Dame 1 0-0 0-0 0-2 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 Feb. 5 at #15/13 Louisville -dnpFeb. 8 Cincinnati -dnpFeb. 12 at #25/-- West Virginia -dnpFeb. 17 at Providence -dnpFeb. 19 #15/14 Villanova -dnpFeb. 23 at #23/25 St. John’s 2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Feb. 26 USF -dnpMarch 2 Rutgers -dnpMarch 5 at #12/12 Syracuse 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 9 vs. #16/16 Connecticut -dnp- *game started

CHARLES McKINNEY

HEIGHT: 6-3 | WEIGHT: 184 CLASS: JUNIOR | POSITION: GUARD HOMETOWN: EVANSTON, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: QUALITY EDUCATION ACADEMY (N.C.) CAREER NOTES

Played in 61 career games with 38 starts... signed with DePaul on April 13, 2011.

2012-13 (SOPHOMORE)

Played in 30 games with 23 starts... averaged 20.0 minutes per game... 13 points, seven rebounds, four assists at USF... nine points against Connecticut... nine points, three rebounds at Marquette... 10 points, three rebounds and three assists against Notre Dame... grabbed six rebounds against St. John’s... 10 points, four assists, three rebounds and three steals against Cincinnati... 10 points against Seton Hall with three rebounds... five points, four rebounds against Loyola-Chicago... seven points against Northern Illinois... four points and four rebounds at Arizona State... seven points at Chicago State... six points, five rebounds, three steals and three assists at Auburn... 11 points, four assists, three steals and two rebounds against Fairfield... scored six points in games against Gardner-Webb and UC Riverside.

2011-12 (FRESHMAN)

Played in all 31 games with 15 starts... started 14 of the last 15 games... averaged 17.5 minutes per game... eight points, four rebounds against Louisville... 10 points against Marquette with three boards, two assists... eight points and two assists at Cincinnati... eight points, five rebounds, three steals at Louisville... seven points with three rebounds in first start against Texas Tech... six points, three assists, three steals against Minnesota... alley-opp pass to Cleveland Melvin against the Golden Gophers was No. 8 on the Nov. 24 SportsCenter Top 10 on ESPN... 10 points against Mississippi Valley State with three boards... opened career with 10 points, five rebounds against UT-Pan American... follow-up dunk in DePaul’s exhibition game on Nov. 5 against Lewis was the No. 5 play on SportsCenter’s Top 10.

HIGH SCHOOL

Chicagoland native that attended Quality Education Academy in Winston-Salem, N.C.... prior to QEA, played at Maine East High School in Park Ridge, Ill.... ranked No. 52 among shooting guards by ESPN.com... averaged 12.7 points, 4.7 re-

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PERSONAL

Son of Fredrick Neil and Carolyn Jones... majoring in Communication and Media.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2011-12 31-15 542-17.5 2012-13 30-23 599-20.0 Totals 61-38 1141-18.7

Total Rebounds FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 52-111 .468 6-25 .240 21-44 .477 31 36 67 62-125 .496 6-17 .353 29-46 .630 26 48 74 114-236 .483 12-42 .286 50-90 .556 57 84 141

Avg PF-FO Ast TO 2.2 68-1 42 44 2.5 67-0 44 45 2.3 135-1 86 89

Blk 3 6 9

Stl 28 34 62

Pts 131 159 290

Avg 4.2 5.3 4.8

CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 2011-12 18-13 299-16.6 31-64 .484 2-12 .167 11-21 .524 10 23 33 2012-13 17-17 345-20.3 35-75 .467 6-17 .353 17-27 .630 13 32 45 Totals 35-30 644-18.4 66-139 .475 8-29 .276 28-48 .583 23 55 78

Avg PF-FO Ast TO 1.8 38-0 21 31 2.6 38-0 27 23 2.2 76-0 48 54

Blk 2 1 3

Stl 13 20 33

Pts 75 93 168

Avg 4.2 5.5 4.8

CAREER HIGHS Points: 13, at USF (March 3, 2013) Rebounds: 7, at USF (March 3, 2013) Assists: 4 (4x), last at USF (March 3, 2013) Steals: 3 (5x), last vs. Cincinnati (Jan. 15, 2013) Blocked Shots: 1 (9x), last vs. Connecticut (Feb. 23, 2013) Field Goals: 5 (2x), last at USF (March 3, 2013) Field Goal Attempts: 8 (4x), last vs. St. John’s (Jan. 19, 2013)

3pt. Field Goals: 2 (3x), last vs. Notre Dame (Feb. 2, 2013) 3pt. Field Goal Attempts: 3 (3x), last vs. Milwaukee (Dec. 5, 2011) Free Throws: 3 (5x), last at USF (March 3, 2013) Free Throw Attempts: 5 (3x), last at Georgetown (Feb. 20, 2013) Minutes: 30, vs. Louisville (Feb. 18, 2012) Games in Double-Figures: 8

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2012-13

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 9 UC Riverside 19 3-5 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 3 0 2 0 0 6 Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 15 Gardner-Webb 17 3-6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 6 Nov. 17 Austin Peay * 19 2-5 0-0 0-2 1 0 1 2 2 1 0 1 4 Nov. 20 vs. Wichita State * 24 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 3 3 3 1 4 0 2 2 Nov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky -dnp- Nov. 27 Fairfield * 22 4-6 0-0 3-4 2 0 2 3 4 2 1 3 11 SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) Nov. 30 at Auburn * 25 3-8 0-0 0-2 2 3 5 3 3 0 1 3 6 Dec. 5 at Chicago State * 21 3-4 0-0 1-1 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 1 7 Dec. 9 Milwaukee 17 1-2 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 0 4 Dec. 12 at Arizona State 21 2-5 0-0 0-0 1 3 4 0 2 0 0 1 4 Dec. 16 Northern Illinois 16 2-2 0-0 3-4 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 7 Dec. 22 UMBC 12 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 1 1 3 1 2 0 0 2 Dec. 29 Loyola-Chicago 18 2-2 0-0 1-2 3 1 4 1 1 1 0 0 5 Jan. 2 Seton Hall * 22 4-7 0-0 2-5 2 1 3 2 0 1 0 1 10 Jan. 5 at Providence * 17 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 2 0 Jan. 8 at Connecticut -dnpJan. 15 --/#24 Cincinnati * 24 4-7 1-1 1-2 1 2 3 2 4 0 0 3 10 Jan. 19 St. John’s * 19 1-8 0-1 0-0 2 4 6 0 2 1 0 0 2 Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh * 16 1-4 0-1 1-1 0 2 2 2 1 2 0 1 3 Jan. 30 at St. John’s * 22 2-3 0-0 1-1 2 2 4 4 1 1 0 1 5 Feb. 2 Notre Dame * 29 4-4 2-2 0-2 0 3 3 3 3 2 0 0 10 Feb. 5 Villanova * 13 1-3 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 2 Feb. 9 at #24/-- Marquette * 26 4-6 1-1 0-0 0 3 3 2 1 3 0 1 9 Feb. 13 at #21/21 Notre Dame * 25 1-3 0-1 0-0 0 3 3 3 3 0 0 1 2 Feb. 16 Rutgers * 25 1-4 0-0 3-4 1 3 4 3 3 2 0 2 5 Feb. 20 at #11/11 Georgetown * 15 1-4 0-1 2-5 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 4 Feb. 23 Connecticut * 22 4-5 1-2 0-0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 9 Feb. 27 #10/9 Louisville * 13 0-1 0-1 2-2 1 1 2 0 1 2 0 2 2 March 3 at USF * 28 5-6 0-1 3-3 2 5 7 3 4 0 0 2 13 March 6 at #17/16 Syracuse * 17 1-4 0-1 2-2 1 0 1 4 0 2 0 1 4 March 9 #20/22 Pittsburgh * 12 1-3 1-2 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 12 vs. Rutgers * 23 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 3 2 2 0 2 2

2011-12

Date Opponent GS Nov. 11 UT-Pan American Nov. 14 Mississippi Valley State Old Spice Classic (Buena Vista, Fla.) Nov. 24 vs. Minnesota

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Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA 24 5-8 0-1 21 3-5 2-3 22

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PLAYER PROFILES Nov. 25 vs. Texas Tech * 29 2-3 Nov. 27 vs. Arizona State 21 2-4 BIG EAST/SEC Challenge (Rosemont, Ill.) Dec. 1 Mississippi 14 1-3 Dec. 5 Milwaukee 19 1-6 Dec. 7 at Loyola-Chicago 19 0-2 Dec. 10 Chicago State 12 1-3 Dec. 14 at Northern Illinois 16 1-2 Dec. 17 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 20 1-2 Dec. 21 Cal Poly 13 0-1 Jan. 1 #1/1 Syracuse 18 0-2 Jan. 5 Pittsburgh 3 0-0 Jan. 8 at Villanova 13 1-3 Jan. 10 at #24/-- Seton Hall 17 2-4 Jan. 14 at #14/15 Louisville * 20 4-5 Jan. 17 #10/12 Georgetown * 9 0-1 Jan. 22 USF * 10 1-4 Jan. 25 at Rutgers * 15 0-2 Feb. 1 St. John’s * 19 1-3 Feb. 4 at Cincinnati * 18 3-5 Feb. 6 #18/19 Marquette * 25 4-8 Feb. 11 at Notre Dame * 15 1-4 Feb. 15 at Connecticut 17 3-4 Feb. 18 #19/18 Louisville * 30 4-7 Feb. 20 at St. John’s * 19 2-4 Feb. 25 Providence * 18 3-5 Feb. 28 at West Virginia * 12 2-3 Mar. 3 Seton Hall * 21 0-0 BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) Mar. 6 vs. Connecticut * 13 1-3

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

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1 1 1 0 0 4 2 2 1 0 1 4 1 4 2 0 2 1 3 1 1 0 2 3 2 1 1 0 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 3 3 0 1 0 1 4 0 2 3 0 3 8 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 4 2 2 0 0 8 0 2 0 0 1 10 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 3 0 0 6 4 2 4 1 2 8 4 1 3 0 2 4 4 2 1 0 0 6 4 0 0 0 0 5 3 3 1 0 0 3

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CLEVELAND MELVIN

HEIGHT: 6-8 | WEIGHT: 208 CLASS: SENIOR | POSITION: FORWARD HOMETOWN: BALTIMORE, MD. HIGH SCHOOL: LAKE CLIFTON CAREER NOTES

Became 47th player in program history with 1,000 career points against Western Kentucky on Nov. 21, 2012... eighth in DePaul history with 598 field goals and 12th with 1,458 points... tied for 14th with a career scoring average of 16.2 points per game... ninth all-time with 1,252 field goal attempts... 2011 BIG EAST Rookie of the Year... the only unanimous selection to the 2011 BIG EAST All-Rookie Team... 25 games with multiple blocked shots... tied for eighth all-time at DePaul with 100 blocked shots... ninth player in school history with 100 rejections... 75 games in double-figures and 28 games with 20 or more points (including three 30-point games)... has scored in double-figures in 83.3 percent of career games (75-of-90)... set DePaul freshman record with a .522 field goal percentage... record was previously held by Mark Aguirre (.520, 1978-79)... first NLI signee for Oliver Purnell at DePaul... attended the Kevin Durant Skills Academy in June 2012 with Brandon Young.

2012-13 (JUNIOR)

Preseason second team All-BIG EAST selection... led team in rebounding and was second in scoring and blocked shots... 27 games in double-figures... seven double-doubles... 216 field goals are 14th on the school season chart... season point total of 531 points is tied for 26th season list... ranked among NCAA statistical leaders in scoring (104th - 16.6 ppg), field goal percentage (112th - .479), double-doubles (117th - 7 double-doubles) and rebounding (220th - 6.8 rpg)... ranked among BIG EAST leaders in scoring (7th - 16.6 ppg), rebounding (10th - 6.8 rpg), offensive rebounding (10th - 2.53 orpg), field goal percentage (11th - .479) and defensive rebounding (13th - 4.25 drpg)... for conference games only, ranked among leaders in scoring (t7th - 15.8 ppg), offensive rebounding (8th - 2.50 orpg), rebounding (15th - 6.2 rpg) and field goal percentage (15th - .460)... 25 points against Rutgers in first round of BIG EAST Championship... 15 points at Syracuse with eight boards... 18 points at USF while becoming the 13th player in program history with 1,400 career points... 20 points, three boards, three steals against Louisville... 20 points, 10 rebounds and three steals against Connecticut... 15 points, six rebounds against Rutgers... 23 points, four boards at Notre Dame... 19 points, five rebounds against Villanova... 13 points and 10 boards against Notre Dame... 10 points and 13 rebounds at St. John’s... 16 points, eight rebounds, two steals against St. John’s... 32 points and eight boards against Cincinnati... 18 points, five rebounds, five blcoked shots at Connecticut... 23 points at Providence with nine rebounds... 24 points, eight rebounds against UMBC... posted 12-point, 10-rebound double-doubles at Chicago State and Arizona State... named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll following games against Fairfield and Auburn... 21 points and 10 rebounds at Auburn... sealed the four-point road win with a steal and two free throws in final minute... 30 points, six rebounds, three assists against Fairfield... named to the Cancun Challenge All-Tournament team... posted a 22-point, 13-rebound double-double against Western Kentucky...

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL 26 points, eight boards, four steals, three assists against Austin Peay... 18 points, eight rebounds, two blocked shots against Gardner-Webb... opened season with 16 points, seven rebounds and five steals against UC Riverside... one of three Baltimore natives on the roster with Brandon Young and Montray Clemons.

2011-12 (SOPHOMORE)

Preseason and postseason honorable mention All-BIG EAST... played in all 31 games with 30 starts... led team with 17.5 points, 7.4 rebounds per game, 32.1 minutes per game and 34 blocked shots... scoring total of 541 points is ranked 21st on DePaul’s season scoring list... reached double-figures in 29 games... six double-doubles (five in BIG EAST play)... averaged nearly a double-double in last 11 games with 16.8 points and 9.5 rebounds per contest... ranked among BIG EAST leaders in scoring (6th - 17.5 ppg), rebounding (12th - 7.4 rpg), defensive rebounds (11th - 4.94 drpg) and blocked shots (15th - 1.10 bpg)... in BIG EAST games only ranked in scoring (7th - 16.7 ppg), defensive rebounds (9th - 5.44 drpg), rebounding (11th - 7.9 rpg), blocked shots (14th - 1.17 bpg) and offensive rebounds (14th - 2.44 orpg)... 19 points, nine rebounds against Connecticut in BIG EAST Championship first round... 14 points, nine rebounds and two blocked shots against Seton Hall... named to BIG EAST Honor Roll after games against West Virginia and Seton Hall... 21 points, eight rebounds at West Virginia... 12 rebounds, 10 points, two blocks against Providence... 18 points, 15 boards at St. John’s with two assists... 14 points, 10 rebounds, two assists against Louisville... 22 points, seven rebounds against Marquette with two blocked shots... recorded an 18-point, 13-rebound double-double at Cincinnati... 22 points and 11 rebounds against St. John’s... 14 points at Rutgers with seven rebounds, three assists... 17 points, seven rebounds against USF... 19 points, six boards, two steals against Georgetown... 20 points against Pittsburgh with six boards and two blocked shots... 23 points against Syracuse with eight rebounds, two blocks... 16 points, eight boards, two blocks against Cal Poly... 19 points at Northern Illinois with four rebounds... named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll after games against Milwaukee, Loyola-Chicago and Chicago State... 30 points against Chicago State with eight rebounds... 27 points and three boards against Milwaukee... 14-point, 10-rebound double-double against Ole Miss with two blocks and two steals... named to BIG EAST Honor Roll following Old Spice Classic... named to Old Spice Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging 21.0 points 6.3 rebounds in the tourney... 18 points, seven rebounds against Arizona State... 25 points in 25 minutes (scored 19 points in 14 second-half minutes) against Texas Tech with seven rebounds... 20 points, five boards, two blocks against Minnesota... 16 points, eight rebounds against Mississippi Valley State... 17 points against UT-Pan American with six boards, two blocks.

2010-11 (FRESHMAN)

BIG EAST Rookie of the Year... only unanimous selection for BIG EAST All-Rookie Team... four-time BIG EAST Rookie of the Week honoree... missed last four games due to thumb injury... led the team and all BIG EAST freshmen with 14.3 points per game... in BIG EAST games only, ranked among league leaders in offensive rebounds (3rd - 3.33 orpg), scoring (6th 17.4 ppg), field goal percentage (9th - .511), blocked shots (11th - 1.33 bpg) and rebounding (13th - 6.3 rpg)... averaged 17.4 points and 6.3 rebounds per game in league action... played in 27 games with 18 starts... ranked among league leaders in all games in field goal percentage (5th - .522), blocked shots (10th - 1.48 bpg) and scoring (14th - 14.3 ppg)... set DePaul freshman record with a .522 field goal percentage... record was previously held by Mark Aguirre (.520, 197879)... led team with 40 blocked shots... ranked 16th on DePaul’s season blocked shots chart... 11 games with multiple blocked shots... 19 games in double-figures and eight games with 20 or more points... 16 points at St. John’s with three rebounds... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week for fourth time following games against Providence and Villanova... 16 points, four boards and two blocked shots against Villanova... 20 points at Providence with six rebounds, two steals... 20 points against Cincinnati with six rebounds, two blocked shots, two steals... grabbed 10 rebounds against Notre Dame with four points... 17 points at USF with four rebounds, four blocks, three assists... 20 points at Marquette with four rebounds... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week for third time after games against Seton Hall and Connecticut... posted first career double-double with 25 points, 12 boards against Connecticut... 21 points against Seton Hall with nine rebounds, two assists... 17 points, five boards against West Virginia... first DePaul player to be named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week in back-to-back weeks... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on Jan. 3 after averaging 26.5 points and 7.5 rebounds in games at Cincinnati and Georgetown... 29 points, seven boards at Georgetown... 24 points and eight rebounds at Cincinnati... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on Dec. 27 after scoring a then career-high 23 points against Florida Atlantic with four rebounds... 13 points, three boards, three blocks against Loyola-Chicago... 11 points against Milwaukee in first collegiate start with five rebounds... 19 points against Ball State with seven rebounds... 15 points at Indiana State with six rebounds... blocked five shots against Central Michigan... opened collegiate career with 19 points, five rebounds, two blocked shots and two steals against Chicago State.

HIGH SCHOOL

Played the 2009-10 season at Notre Dame Preparatory School in Fitchburg, Mass... Notre Dame Prep finished his season with a 30-5 record as quarterfinalists of the National Prep Championship... ranked among the top 10 players in Massachusetts by the New England Recruiting Report... led Lake Clifton High School in Baltimore to the city, county and state titles during the 2008-09 season... averaged 17 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots per game as a senior and led the Lakers to a perfect 29-0 record... played on the AAU circuit for Cecil Kirk out of Baltimore... ranked No. 53 among power forwards by ESPNU.

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PLAYER PROFILES PERSONAL

Son of Cleveland Melvin and Shirley Redding... has an older sister, Tayona and a younger brother, Darrell... his cousin, Durand Johnson, plays at Pittsburgh... majoring in Sociology.

CAREER STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 2010-11 27-18 708-26.2 163-312 .522 0-1 .000 60-90 .667 60 74 134 2011-12 31-30 995-32.1 219-489 .448 16-70 .229 87-137 .635 76 153 229 2012-13 32-31 994-31.1 216-451 .479 15-51 .294 84-124 .677 81 136 217 Totals 90-79 2697-30.0 598-1252 .478 31-122 .254 231-351 .658 217 363 580

Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 5.0 53-0 19 41 40 26 386 14.3 7.4 59-0 24 69 34 25 541 17.5 6.8 58-0 25 72 26 39 531 16.6 6.4 170-0 68 182 100 90 1458 16.2

CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2010-11 15-15 482-32.1 2011-12 18-18 582-32.3 2012-13 18-17 582-32.3 Totals 51-50 1646-32.3

Total Rebounds FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 112-219 .511 0-0 .000 37-59 .627 50 44 94 128-283 .452 5-29 .172 39-63 .619 44 98 142 121-263 .460 9-34 .265 33-49 .673 45 66 111 361-765 .472 14-63 .222 109-171 .637 139 208 347

Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts 6.3 34-0 13 26 20 14 261 7.9 33-0 15 44 21 12 300 6.2 33-0 11 35 15 17 284 6.8 100-0 39 105 56 43 845

Avg 17.4 16.7 15.8 16.6

CAREER HIGHS Points: 32, vs. Cincinnati (Jan. 15, 2013) Free Throws: 9 (2x), last vs. UMBC (Dec. 22, 2012) Rebounds: 15, at St. John’s (Feb. 20, 2012) Free Throw Attempts: 14, vs. UMBC (Dec. 22, 2012) Assists: 3 (5x), last vs. Northern Illinois (Dec. 16, 2012) Minutes: 40 (2x), last at Notre Dame (Feb. 13, 2013) Steals: 5, vs. UC Riverside (Nov. 9, 2012) Games in Double-Figures: 75 Blocked Shots: 5 (2x), last at Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2013) Double-Doubles: 14 Field Goals: 14, vs. Cincinnati (Jan. 15, 2013) 30-Point Games: 3 Field Goal Attempts: 23 (2x), last vs. Fairfield (Nov. 27, 2012) 20-Point Games: 25 3pt. Field Goals: 3, vs. Chicago State (Dec. 10, 2011) 10-Rebound Games: 15 3pt. Field Goal Attempts: 5 (2x), last vs. Chicago State (Dec. 10, 2011)

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2012-13

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA Nov. 9 UC Riverside * 27 7-16 0-2 Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 15 Gardner-Webb * 32 7-13 0-0 Nov. 17 Austin Peay * 23 11-18 2-2 Nov. 20 vs. Wichita State * 27 3-7 0-1 Nov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky * 34 11-23 0-1 Nov. 27 Fairfield * 34 13-23 1-2 SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) Nov. 30 at Auburn * 34 6-10 0-0 Dec. 5 at Chicago State * 29 4-11 1-2 Dec. 9 Milwaukee * 22 4-7 0-1 Dec. 12 at Arizona State * 26 6-15 0-0 Dec. 16 Northern Illinois * 32 4-9 0-0 Dec. 22 UMBC * 32 7-12 1-3 Dec. 29 Loyola-Chicago * 30 2-8 0-0 Jan. 2 Seton Hall * 21 3-11 0-0 Jan. 5 at Providence * 35 10-18 1-3 Jan. 8 at Connecticut * 32 7-14 1-3 Jan. 15 --/#24 Cincinnati * 36 14-20 1-2 Jan. 19 St. John’s * 36 7-18 0-2 Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh * 27 3-14 0-3 Jan. 30 at St. John’s * 38 2-11 0-2 Feb. 2 Notre Dame * 31 6-15 0-0 Feb. 5 Villanova * 32 9-13 1-2 Feb. 9 at #24/-- Marquette * 27 3-7 1-2 Feb. 13 at #21/21 Notre Dame * 40 11-21 1-2 Feb. 16 Rutgers * 33 6-14 1-3 Feb. 20 at #11/11 Georgetown * 29 4-13 0-2 Feb. 23 Connecticut * 34 8-18 1-4 Feb. 27 #10/9 Louisville * 36 10-20 0-1 March 3 at USF * 33 8-12 0-0 March 6 at #17/16 Syracuse * 32 6-14 0-1 March 9 #20/22 Pittsburgh 30 4-10 1-2 BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 12 vs. Rutgers * 30 10-16 1-3

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Date Opponent GS Nov. 11 UT-Pan American * Nov. 14 Mississippi Valley State * Old Spice Classic (Buena Vista, Fla.) Nov. 24 vs. Minnesota * Nov. 25 vs. Texas Tech Nov. 27 vs. Arizona State * BIG EAST/SEC Challenge (Rosemont, Ill.) Dec. 1 Mississippi * Dec. 5 Milwaukee * Dec. 7 at Loyola-Chicago * Dec. 10 Chicago State * Dec. 14 at Northern Illinois * Dec. 17 Arkansas-Pine Bluff * Dec. 21 Cal Poly * Jan. 1 #1/1 Syracuse * Jan. 5 Pittsburgh * Jan. 8 at Villanova * Jan. 10 at #24/-- Seton Hall * Jan. 14 at #14/15 Louisville * Jan. 17 #10/12 Georgetown * Jan. 22 USF * Jan. 25 at Rutgers * Feb. 1 St. John’s * Feb. 4 at Cincinnati * Feb. 6 #18/19 Marquette * Feb. 11 at Notre Dame * Feb. 15 at Connecticut * Feb. 18 #19/18 Louisville * Feb. 20 at St. John’s * Feb. 25 Providence * Feb. 28 at West Virginia * Mar. 3 Seton Hall * BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) Mar. 6 vs. Connecticut *

2010-11

Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA 31 7-16 1-5 33 6-12 0-1

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6 2 6 4 4 0 8 5 5 4 6 2 5 2 4 9 11 4 2 2 7 8 9 4 9

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Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 14 Chicago State 16 9-14 0-0 1-1 2 3 5 0 1 2 2 2 19 Nov. 16 Western Carolina 10 1-3 0-0 3-3 1 2 3 0 0 1 1 2 5 76 Classic (Anaheim, Calif.) Nov. 25 vs. Oklahoma State 15 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 Nov. 26 vs. Cal State Northridge 15 3-7 0-0 2-3 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 8 Nov. 28 vs. Stanford 9 1-1 0-0 2-2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 Dec. 2 Northern Illinois 14 1-2 0-0 1-2 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 0 3 Dec. 5 Central Michigan 20 0-3 0-0 3-4 1 2 3 2 0 2 5 1 3 Dec. 8 at Indiana State 23 7-11 0-1 1-4 2 4 6 2 0 2 1 0 15 Dec. 11 Ball State 22 8-12 0-0 3-3 1 6 7 4 1 1 1 2 19 Dec. 14 Milwaukee * 31 5-12 0-0 1-1 0 5 5 2 0 2 2 1 11 Dec. 18 Loyola-Chicago * 24 6-10 0-0 1-2 1 2 3 2 1 1 3 1 13 Dec. 22 Florida Atlantic * 27 9-17 0-0 5-6 1 3 4 2 1 3 1 2 23 Dec. 28 at Cincinnati * 31 12-21 0-0 0-0 6 2 8 2 0 0 0 1 24 Jan. 1 at #9/9 Georgetown * 36 13-19 0-0 3-7 2 5 7 4 1 2 2 1 29 Jan. 4 West Virginia * 31 7-12 0-0 3-4 3 2 5 3 1 1 2 0 17 Jan. 12 Seton Hall * 33 8-21 0-0 5-8 4 5 9 1 2 0 1 1 21 Jan. 15 #10/9 Connecticut * 35 10-22 0-0 5-6 7 5 12 3 1 1 0 0 25 Jan. 18 at Marquette * 29 9-13 0-0 2-3 3 1 4 3 0 3 1 1 20 Jan. 22 #5/4 Pittsburgh * 29 4-13 0-0 3-4 2 3 5 3 2 2 3 1 11 Jan. 27 at USF * 38 7-16 0-0 3-3 2 2 4 3 3 0 4 3 17 Feb. 3 #9/8 Notre Dame * 29 2-9 0-0 0-0 5 5 10 2 0 3 1 1 4 Feb. 5 at #15/13 Louisville * 24 6-10 0-0 0-0 4 0 4 1 0 2 0 0 12 Feb. 8 Cincinnati * 36 9-12 0-0 2-3 3 3 6 2 0 4 2 2 20 Feb. 12 at #25/-- West Virginia * 29 3-8 0-0 3-8 2 5 7 2 3 2 1 1 9 Feb. 17 at Providence * 38 9-17 0-0 2-2 3 3 6 2 0 1 0 2 20 Feb. 19 #15/14 Villanova * 35 7-13 0-0 2-4 2 2 4 3 0 3 2 0 16 Feb. 23 at #23/25 St. John’s * 29 6-13 0-0 4-7 2 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 16 Feb. 26 USF -dnpMar. 2 Rutgers -dnpMar. 5 at #12/12 Syracuse -dnp- BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) Mar. 9 vs. #16/16 Connecticut -dnp- *game started

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PLAYER PROFILES

FORREST ROBINSON

HEIGHT: 6-10 | WEIGHT: 229 CLASS: JUNIOR | POSITION: FORWARD HOMETOWN: RANGER, TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL: EASTLAND CAREER NOTES Signed with DePaul on Nov. 21, 2012.

2012-13 (SOPHOMORE AT SOUTH PLAINS COLLEGE)

Appeared in 14 games for the Texans... averaged 2.8 points and 2.0 rebounds per game in 7.9 minutes per game... scored a season-high 11 points against Northeastern Colorado... South Plains was ranked No. 1 in the nation for much of the season before finishing with 22-8 record.

2011-12 (FRESHMAN AT NORTH TEXAS)

Played in 16 games for the Mean Green... averaged 1.6 points and 1.2 rebounds per game... posted season highs with eight points, five rebounds and 16 minutes against La Sierra.

HIGH SCHOOL

Two-time TABC All-State selection while playing at Eastland High School... two-time Abilene Reporter-News Class 2A Player of the Year... averaged 21.4 points and 9.2 rebounds during senior campaign... selected to the Reporter-News’ Super Team in 2011 after earning Super Team MVP in 2010... District 5-2A Offensive MVP as a senior... played in the TABC All-Star game... listed by Texas Hoops as the No. 7 power foward in Texas and No. 32 overall... led Eastland to a 21-3 record as a senior and 87-13 record in three varsity seasons... played for Doug Galyean.

PERSONAL

Son of Susy Robinson... has one sister, Amber... majoring in Communication and Media.

CAREER STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2011-12* 16-0 96-6.0 12-35 .343 1-8 .125 0-1 .000 2 17 19 1.2 14-0 3 5 2 0 25 1.6 Totals 16-0 96-6.0 12-35 .343 1-8 .125 0-1 .000 2 17 19 1.2 14-0 3 5 2 0 25 1.6 *at North Texas

CAREER HIGHS Points: 13, vs. Michigan (March 6, 2013)* Rebounds: 8, vs. Alcorn State (Nov. 17, 2010)* Assists: 2, vs. Temple (Nov. 18, 2011)* Steals: 3 (2x), last vs. Wisconsin (March 3, 2013)* Blocked Shots: 2 (4x), last vs. Northwestern (Feb. 24, 2013)* Field Goals: 6, vs. Michigan (March 6, 2013)* Field Goal Attempts: 9, vs. Michigan (March 6, 2013)* *at North Texas

3pt. Field Goals: -3pt. Field Goal Attempts: -Free Throws: 4 (3x), last vs. Western Illinois (March 20, 2013)* Free Throw Attempts: 6 (2x), last at Wisconsin (March 3, 2013)* Minutes: 21, at Wisconsin (March 3, 2013)* Games in Double-Figures: 4*

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2011-12 at NORTH TEXAS

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 11 St. Gregory’s 15 2-5 0-0 0-0 1 4 5 4 0 3 0 0 4 Nov. 16 at Texas Tech 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nov. 22 at UT Arlington 9 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nov. 27 at #24/-- Mississippi State -dnpNov. 29 at Texas 4 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 LMU Centennial Classic (Los Angeles, Calif.) Dec. 2 vs. La Sierra 16 4-9 0-2 0-1 1 4 5 3 2 1 0 0 8 Dec. 3 vs. Columbia 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 4 at Loyola Marymount -dnp- Dec. 10 Sam Houston State -dnpDec. 18 Jackson State -dnpDec. 20 Grambling State -dnpDec. 22 LSU -dnpDec. 27 New Orleans -dnpDec. 29 Arkansas-Little Rock -dnpDec. 31 Troy -dnpJan. 5 at South Alabama -dnpJan. 7 at Arkansas State -dnpJan. 12 Western Kentucky 8 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 Jan. 14 at Louisiana-Monroe 5 0-3 0-2 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 21 Denver 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

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PETER RYCKBOSCH

HEIGHT: 6-9 | WEIGHT: 237 CLASS: SOPHOMORE | POSITION: FORWARD HOMETOWN: CHICAGO, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: ST. IGNATIUS CAREER NOTES Joined the program as a walk-on in June 2012.

2012-13 (FRESHMAN)

Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team... played in 17 games... grabbed three rebounds at Pittsburgh with two points and a steal... scored four points and grabbed four rebounds at Connecticut... totaled six points and two rebounds against Milwaukee... scored two points against Austin Peay... grabbed two boards in DePaul debut against UC Riverside.

HIGH SCHOOL

Three-time letterwinner at St. Ignatius College Prep in Chicago... led the Wolfpack to an IHSA regional title as a senior... St. Ignatius was also co-champions of the Chicago Catholic League and finished with a 23-5 record... coached by Richard Kehoe... also played volleyball... played on the AAU circuit for the Illinois Heat coached by Terry Head.

PERSONAL

Son of Bart and Lisa Ryckbosch... has a brother, Steven... Lisa is the director of professional, corporate and community relations for the DePaul’s women’s basketball program... she was the women’s basketball head coach at UIC from 200211 after an 11-year stint at DePaul as an assistant and associate head coach... Lisa played collegiately at Loyola-Chicago (1980-84) and professionally for DBC Aalst Women’s Basketball Club from 1984-89... Bart, a native of Belgium, also played professionally in Belgium and is an archivist at the Art Institute of Chicago... undecided on major... enrolled in the College of Science and Health.

CAREER STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2012-13 17-0 84-4.9 8-12 .667 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 11 9 20 1.2 23-2 2 4 1 4 17 1.0 Totals 17-0 84-4.9 8-12 .667 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 11 9 20 1.2 23-2 2 4 1 4 17 1.0

CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2012-13 10-0 59-5.9 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 8 3 11 1.1 18-2 2 2 1 3 9 0.9 Totals 10-0 59-5.9 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 8 3 11 1.1 18-2 2 2 1 3 9 0.9

CAREER HIGHS Points: 6, vs. Milwaukee (Dec. 9, 2012) Rebounds: 4, at Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2013) Assists: 1 (2x), last at Marquette (Feb. 9, 2013) Steals: 1 (4x), last at Georgetown (Feb. 20, 2013) Blocked Shots: 1, vs. Villanova (Feb. 5, 2013) Field Goals: 3, vs. Milwaukee (Dec. 9, 2012)

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Field Goal Attempts: 4 (2x), last at Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2013) 3pt. Field Goals: -3pt. Field Goal Attempts: -Free Throws: 1, at Georgetown (Feb. 20, 2013) Free Throw Attempts: 2 (2x), last at Georgetown (Feb. 20, 2013) Minutes: 18, at Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2013)


PLAYER PROFILES CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2012-13

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Nov. 9 UC Riverside 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 15 Gardner-Webb 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nov. 17 Austin Peay 4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 Nov. 20 vs. Wichita State -dnpNov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky -dnp- Nov. 27 Fairfield -dnp- SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) Nov. 30 at Auburn -dnp- Dec. 5 at Chicago State 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 9 Milwaukee 6 3-4 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 6 Dec. 12 at Arizona State 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 16 Northern Illinois -dnpDec. 22 UMBC -dnpDec. 29 Loyola-Chicago -dnpJan. 2 Seton Hall -dnpJan. 5 at Providence 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jan. 8 at Connecticut 18 2-4 0-0 0-0 3 1 4 5 1 0 0 0 4 Jan. 15 --/#24 Cincinnati -dnpJan. 19 St. John’s -dnpJan. 26 at Pittsburgh 16 1-1 0-0 0-2 3 0 3 3 0 1 0 1 2 Jan. 30 at St. John’s -dnpFeb. 2 Notre Dame -dnpFeb. 5 Villanova 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Feb. 9 at #24/-- Marquette 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 1 0 Feb. 13 at #21/21 Notre Dame 4 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 Feb. 16 Rutgers -dnpFeb. 20 at #11/11 Georgetown 8 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 Feb. 23 Connecticut 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feb. 27 #10/9 Louisville 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 March 3 at USF -dnpMarch 6 at #17/16 Syracuse 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 March 9 #20/22 Pittsburgh -dnp- BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 12 vs. Rutgers 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 *game started

GREG SEQUELE

HEIGHT: 6-9 | WEIGHT: 215 CLASS: JUNIOR | POSITION: FORWARD HOMETOWN: SAINTE-ROSE, GUADELOUPE HIGH SCHOOL: RIBET ACADEMY (CALIF.) CAREER NOTES Signed with DePaul on Nov. 21, 2012.

2012-13 (SOPHOMORE AT CITRUS COLLEGE)

Played in 19 games... averaged 7.7 points and 6.6 rebounds while shooting .505 from the field... started 14 times for the Owls and averaged 21.4 minutes per game... led the team with 21 blocked shots.

2011-12 (FRESHMAN AT COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO)

Played in 21 games for the Golden Eagles... averaged 2.9 points and 2.1 rebounds in 8.1 minutes per game... shot .581 (25-43) from the field... CSI finished season with 31-5 record

HIGH SCHOOL

Two-time All-6AA League honoree at Ribet Academy... averaged 13 points, 12 rebounds and two blocked shots per game as a senior... played for William Middlebrooks at Ribet... ranked No. 52 by ESPN.com among the nation’s top power forwards... played for Compton Magic during the AAU season.

PERSONAL

Son of Monique and Henri Sequele... native of Guadeloupe in the Caribbean... Communication and Media major.

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BRANDON YOUNG

HEIGHT: 6-4 | WEIGHT: 192 CLASS: SENIOR | POSITION: GUARD HOMETOWN: BALTIMORE, MD. HIGH SCHOOL: FRIENDSHIP COLLEGIATE SCHOOL CAREER NOTES

Only player in program history with at least 1,200 points, 400 assists and 100 three-pointers... reached the milestone on March 9, 2013 against Pittsburgh... became the 48th player in program history with 1,000 career points at Arizona State on Dec. 12, 2012... started 93 of 94 career games... 74 career games in double-figures... reached double-figures in 78.7 percent of games (74-of-94)... 22 games of at least 20 points including two games of 30 or more points... ranked sixth among DePaul’s all-time leaders with 408 assists and 13th with 331 three-point field goal attempts... ranked 15th with 313 free throws and tied for 16th with 1,378 points and 101 three-pointers... ranked 18th all-time with 131 steals and 24th with 482 field goals... first player since Rod Strickland (1985-88) to record at least 100 assists in three straight seasons... named to the 2011 BIG EAST All-Rookie Team... led the team and all BIG EAST freshmen with 3.71 assists per game in 2010-11... first DePaul freshman since Cliff Clinkscales in 2004-05 with over 100 assists in a season... first DePaul freshman since Lance Williams in 1998-99 to reach double-figures in first seven collegiate games... attended the Kevin Durant Skills Academy in June 2012 with Cleveland Melvin... signed with DePaul on Nov. 16, 2009.

2012-13 (JUNIOR)

Started all 32 games... led team in scoring, assists, steals, minutes and was second in three-pointers... 30 games in double-figures... totaled 15 points, four rebounds, four assists against Rutgers in first round of BIG EAST Championship... 535 points ranked 23rd on DePaul’s season scoring list... also in season record book at eighth with 194 free throw attempts and in a tie for 10th with 144 free throws... 146 assists ranked 16th... ranked among NCAA statistical leaders in assists (95th - 4.6 apg), scoring (97th - 16.7 ppg), assist-to-turnover ratio (149th - 1.7), steals (188th - 1.53 spg) and field goal percentage (201st - .438)... ranked among BIG EAST leaders in scoring (6th - 16.7 ppg), assists (8th - 4.56 apg), steals (10th - 1.53 spg) and assist-to-turnover ratio (10th - 1.70)... for conference games only, ranked among leaders in scoring (4th - 17.2 ppg), assist-to-turnover ratio (t8 - 1.79) assists (9th - 4.67 apg), steals (t9th - 1.56 spg) and field goal percentage (15th - .460)... 22 points, three assists against Pittsburgh... 18 points, five assists at USF... 22 points against Louisville with six assists... 13 points against Connecticut with six assists... 16 points, seven rebounds, four assists at Georgetown... 16 points against Rutgers with six rebounds, three assists... 20 points, six assists, four rebounds, three steals at Notre Dame... 21 points at Marquette with six assists, four steals, three rebounds... 11 points, five assists against Villanova... 15 points, five assists against Notre Dame... 21 points, five assists, three rebounds at St. John’s... 13 points, five rebounds, five assists at Pittsburgh... 10 rebounds against St. John’s... 18 points, four assists, three rebounds against Cincinnati... named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll after 35-point effort at Connecticut with five assists, four rebounds... 15 points, five rebounds, three assists against Seton Hall... 18 points against Loyola-Chicago... selected to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll after Northern Illinois and Arizona State games... named winner of the Jay Goedert Award as MVP of DePaul-Northern Illinois game for second straight year... 15 points, five assists, four rebounds and two steals against the Huskies... 18 points, nine assists, four boards at Arizona State... 13 points, six rebounds, three assists against Milwaukee... 21 points at Chicago State with six assists and five rebounds... 19 points, five assists, three rebounds, two steals at Auburn... 20 points, five assists, four rebounds against Fairfield... 19 points (10-12 FT) against Wichita State with six rebounds, five assists... 17 points, five assists, five rebounds and two steals against Austin Peay... opened season with 20 points, five assists, two steals against UC Riverside... one of three Baltimore natives on the roster with Cleveland Melvin and Montray Clemons.

2011-12 (SOPHOMORE)

Played in all 31 games with 30 starts... led team with 147 assists (most assists in a season since Imari Sawyer’s 179 in 2000-01)... the 147 assists are 15th on DePaul’s season list... 24 games in double-figures... eight games of at least 20 points... ranked among BIG EAST leaders in assists (9th - 4.74 apg), assist-to-turnover ratio (10th - 1.96), free throw percentage (12th - .765), scoring (14th - 14.5 ppg) and steals (15th - 1.58 spg)... in BIG EAST games only ranked in assists (t8th - 4.94 apg), assist-to-turnover ratio (9th - 2.07), free throw percentage (11th - .790), steals (t13th - 1.56 spg), scoring (23rd - 13.1 ppg)... 10 points, four assists, three steals against Seton Hall... 21 points, eight assists, three steals at West Virginia... 11 points, six assists, four boards against Providence... 17 points at St. John’s with four assists... 27 points, five rebounds, five assists, four steals against Louisville... 13 points at Notre Dame with three rebounds, three assists... nine points, seven assists at Cincinnati... posted first career double-double with 13 points and 11 assists against St. John’s... 11 points and seven assists at Rutgers... 16 points against Georgetown... made ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10 by throwing inbound pass off back of Georgetown defender and scoring on a layup... it was the No. 10 play... 14 points at Louisville with three boards... 16 points, two assists at Seton Hall... named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll after averaging 24 points, six assists and four steals in games against Pittsburgh and Villanova... 22 points at Villanova with six assists, three steals... 26 points, six assists, five steals and four boards against Pittsburgh... with DePaul trailing 81-77 with 16 seconds left, Young scored the game’s final seven points including a three-point play with just over second left put DePaul ahead for good over Pitt... 16 points against Cal Poly with six assists and three rebounds... 19 points, five assists, four rebounds against Arkansas-Pine Bluff... named winner of the Jay Goedert Memorial Award as MVP of the DePaul-

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PLAYER PROFILES Northern Illinois game... totaled 16 points, five rebounds, five assists and four steals against the Huskies... 21 points with seven assists, five boards against Chicago State... 20 points against Milwaukee... 18 points, three assists, three rebounds and three steals against Ole Miss... 13 points against Arizona State with six assists, two steals... 24 points, five assists, two steals against Texas Tech... 23 points, four assists, three steals against Minnesota... 19 points against Mississippi Valley State with five assists... totaled 12 points, seven assists and five boards against UT-Pan American.

2010-11 (FRESHMAN)

Named to BIG EAST All-Rookie Team... two-time BIG EAST Rookie of the Week... led the team and all BIG EAST freshmen with 3.71 assists per game... ranked among league leaders in all games in assists (15th - 3.71 apg) and scoring (23rd - 12.6 ppg)... in BIG EAST games only, ranked 28th with 11.7 points per game... first DePaul freshman since Cliff Clinkscales in 2004-05 with over 100 assists in a season... first DePaul freshman since Lance Williams in 1998-99 to reach double-figures in first seven collegiate games... one of two players to start all 31 games (Krys Faber)... averaged 30.4 minutes per game... 20 games in double-figures and five games of at least 20 points... 20 points, four rebounds and four assists against Connecticut in the first round of the BIG EAST Championship... 21 points against Rutgers with four rebounds, three assists... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week for second time after games against St. John’s and USF... 23 points, two assists against USF... 17 points at Providence with five assists... 14 points at West Virginia... 16 points and five assists against Cincinnati... 15 points, four assists at Louisville... 16 points against Notre Dame with four assists... 11 points and three rebounds at Marquette... 12 points against Seton Hall with four assists... 12 points, three assists against West Virginia... nine points, five rebounds, four assists and four steals at Georgetown... nine assists, eight points, three steals against Loyola-Chicago... eight points, six boards against Milwaukee... 23 points against Ball State with five assists... named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week after games against Central Michigan and Northern Illinois... 31 points (6-6 3pt. FG) against Central Michigan with two steals and two rebounds... fourth player in DePaul history to go perfect from three-point range... the six three-pointers are also tied for sixth on the single game list (10th time, last Will Walker vs. Providence, Mar. 11, 2009)... the 31 points are the most by a DePaul freshman since Quentin Richardson scored 31 against California Nov. 28, 1998... scored all 17 points against Northern Illinois in the second half... 15 points, three rebounds against Stanford... 16 points against Western Carolina with five assists, three steals and two boards... 14 points and two assists against Cal State Northridge... 10 points, six rebounds, two assists against Oklahoma State... made collegiate debut with 11 points, six assists and two steals against Chicago State.

HIGH SCHOOL

Led Friendship Collegiate Academy in Washington, D.C. to a 26-4 record as a senior... averaged 14 points, 9.7 assists, and 6.7 rebounds per game during 2009-10 campaign... named 2010 team MVP... earned All-Tournament Team honors at the 2010 NCSAA High School Championships and the Andre Blatche Christmas Tournament... holds the school season assist record and highest average with 9.7 assists per game ... two-time member of academic honor roll... first Friendship Collegiate athlete to earn first team All-Met honors from the Washington Post... played in the 2010 Capital Classic... scored 11 points with four assists in the game as the Capital All-Stars defeated the U.S. All-Stars, 117-108... ranked No. 22 by Scout.com, No. 30 by ESPNU and No. 36 by Rivals.com for the point guard position... also ranked in the 2010 Rivals150... played for Team Takeover on the summer AAU circuit.

PERSONAL

Son of Dennis Young and Tracy Bailey... his cousin, Kim English, played at Missouri... Communication and Media major.

CAREER STATISTICS Total Rebounds Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 2010-11 31-31 941-30.4 140-325 .431 34-104 .327 78-110 .709 11 62 73 2011-12 31-30 944-30.5 162-383 .423 36-128 .281 91-119 .765 17 65 82 2012-13 32-32 1008-31.5 180-411 .438 31-99 .313 144-194 .742 27 80 107 Totals 94-93 2893-30.8 482-1119 .431 101-331 .305 313-423 .740 55 207 262

Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk 2.4 52-0 115 92 3 2.6 41-0 147 75 3 3.3 55-0 146 86 5 2.8 148-0 408 253 11

Stl Pts Avg 33 392 12.6 49 451 14.5 49 535 16.7 131 1378 14.7

CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2010-11 18-18 537-29.8 2011-12 18-17 549-30.5 2012-13 18-18 595-33.1 Totals 54-53 1681-31.1

Total Rebounds FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot 76-199 .382 21-76 .276 38-50 .760 5 30 35 83-229 .362 21-77 .273 49-62 .790 12 33 45 105-245 .429 16-55 .291 83-110 .755 16 45 61 264-673 .392 58-208 .279 170-222 .766 33 108 141

Avg PF-FO Ast TO 1.9 22-0 64 54 2.5 23-0 89 43 3.4 35-0 84 47 2.6 80-0 237 144

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Stl 15 28 28 71

Pts 211 236 309 756

Avg 11.7 13.1 17.2 14.0

CAREER HIGHS Points: 35, at Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2013) Rebounds: 10, vs. St. John’s (Jan. 19, 2013) Assists: 11, vs. St. John’s (Feb. 1, 2012) Steals: 5, vs. Pittsburgh (Jan. 5, 2012) Blocked Shots: 1 (11x), last vs. Notre Dame (Feb. 2, 2013) Field Goals: 13, at Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2013) Field Goal Attempts: 22, at Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2013) 3pt. Field Goals: 6, vs. Central Michigan (Dec. 5, 2010) 3pt. Field Goal Attempts: 8 (3x), last at St. John’s (Jan. 30, 2013)

Free Throws: 10 (2x), last at Chicago State (Dec. 5, 2012) Free Throw Attempts: 12 (2x), last at Chicago State (Dec. 5, 2012) Minutes: 41, vs. Louisville (Feb. 18, 2012) Games in Double-Figures: 74 Double-Doubles: 1 30-Point Games: 2 20-Point Games: 20 10-Assist Games: 1 10-Rebound Games: 1

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2012-13

Date Opponent GS Min FG-FGA 3FG-FGA Nov. 9 UC Riverside * 28 7-12 3-4 Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 15 Gardner-Webb * 28 4-8 1-3 Nov. 17 Austin Peay * 24 7-11 1-3 Nov. 20 vs. Wichita State * 34 4-14 1-4 Nov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky * 28 3-10 0-3 Nov. 27 Fairfield * 25 7-14 1-2 SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) Nov. 30 at Auburn * 35 5-13 4-6 Dec. 5 at Chicago State * 34 5-9 1-3 Dec. 9 Milwaukee * 24 5-9 0-3 Dec. 12 at Arizona State * 32 8-14 0-2 Dec. 16 Northern Illinois * 30 5-10 1-3 Dec. 22 UMBC * 32 2-13 1-2 Dec. 29 Loyola-Chicago * 30 7-14 0-1 Jan. 2 Seton Hall * 31 5-10 0-0 Jan. 5 at Providence * 28 3-9 0-1 Jan. 8 at Connecticut * 31 13-22 3-4 Jan. 15 --/#24 Cincinnati * 37 8-19 0-4 Jan. 19 St. John’s * 28 2-11 0-5 Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh * 30 3-16 1-3 Jan. 30 at St. John’s * 36 9-18 2-8 Feb. 2 Notre Dame * 34 4-12 1-4 Feb. 5 Villanova * 30 4-12 1-3 Feb. 9 at #24/-- Marquette * 34 6-11 1-3 Feb. 13 at #21/21 Notre Dame * 40 7-14 3-4 Feb. 16 Rutgers * 37 5-15 0-3 Feb. 20 at #11/11 Georgetown * 26 6-12 0-1 Feb. 23 Connecticut * 31 6-15 0-1 Feb. 27 #10/9 Louisville * 36 7-19 1-3 March 3 at USF * 36 7-8 0-0 March 6 at #17/16 Syracuse * 32 4-6 1-2 March 9 #20/22 Pittsburgh * 38 6-16 2-6 BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 12 vs. Rutgers * 29 6-15 1-5

2011-12

Date Opponent GS Nov. 11 UT-Pan American * Nov. 14 Mississippi Valley State * Old Spice Classic (Buena Vista, Fla.) Nov. 24 vs. Minnesota * Nov. 25 vs. Texas Tech * Nov. 27 vs. Arizona State * BIG EAST/SEC Challenge (Rosemont, Ill.) Dec. 1 Mississippi * Dec. 5 Milwaukee * Dec. 7 at Loyola-Chicago * Dec. 10 Chicago State * Dec. 14 at Northern Illinois * Dec. 17 Arkansas-Pine Bluff * Dec. 21 Cal Poly * Jan. 1 #1/1 Syracuse * Jan. 5 Pittsburgh * Jan. 8 at Villanova * Jan. 10 at #24/-- Seton Hall * Jan. 14 at #14/15 Louisville * Jan. 17 #10/12 Georgetown * Jan. 22 USF * Jan. 25 at Rutgers * Feb. 1 St. John’s * Feb. 4 at Cincinnati * Feb. 6 #18/19 Marquette * Feb. 11 at Notre Dame Feb. 15 at Connecticut * Feb. 18 #19/18 Louisville * Feb. 20 at St. John’s * Feb. 25 Providence * Feb. 28 at West Virginia * Mar. 3 Seton Hall * BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) Mar. 6 vs. Connecticut *

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PLAYER PROFILES 2010-11

Date Opponent GS Nov. 14 Chicago State * Nov. 16 Western Carolina * 76 Classic (Anaheim, Calif.) Nov. 25 vs. Oklahoma State * Nov. 26 vs. Cal State Northridge * Nov. 28 vs. Stanford * Dec. 2 Northern Illinois * Dec. 5 Central Michigan * Dec. 8 at Indiana State * Dec. 11 Ball State * Dec. 14 Milwaukee * Dec. 18 Loyola-Chicago * Dec. 22 Florida Atlantic * Dec. 28 at Cincinnati * Jan. 1 at #9/9 Georgetown * Jan. 4 West Virginia * Jan. 12 Seton Hall * Jan. 15 #10/9 Connecticut * Jan. 18 at Marquette * Jan. 22 #5/4 Pittsburgh * Jan. 27 at USF * Feb. 3 #9/8 Notre Dame * Feb. 5 at #15/13 Louisville * Feb. 8 Cincinnati * Feb. 12 at #25/-- West Virginia * Feb. 17 at Providence * Feb. 19 #15/14 Villanova * Feb. 23 at #23/25 St. John’s * Feb. 26 USF * Mar. 2 Rutgers * Mar. 5 at #12/12 Syracuse * BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) Mar. 8 vs. #16/16 Connecticut *

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Front Row (L to R): Kevin Edwards, Mac Calloway, Durrell McDonald, Brandon Young, Charles McKinney, Edwind McGhee, Cory Dolins, Jeff Carrico, Renard Phillips. Middle Row: Oliver Purnell, R.J. Curington, DeJuan Marrero, Greg Sequele, Myke Henry, Billy Garrett Jr., Jamee Crockett. Top Row: Matt Fleming, Ivan Vujic, Cleveland Melvin, Tommy Hamilton IV, Forrest Robinson, Sandi Marcius, Peter Ryckbosch, Billy Garrett, Ron Bradley

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STAFF


2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL

OLIVER PURNELL

TWITTER: @COACHPURNELL

HEAD COACH | FOURTH SEASON AT DEPAUL | 26TH SEASON OVERALL A leader among his peers both on and off the court, Oliver Purnell enters his fourth season as head coach at DePaul in 2013-14. Known as a builder of programs, DePaul is the fifth coaching stop for Purnell over his 25-year career as he established has winning traditions at each of his previous four coaching stops. He was named the 13th head coach in DePaul basketball history on April 6, 2010 after stops at Clemson, Dayton, Old Dominion and Radford. From his first victory at Radford on Nov. 30, 1988 to his 400th career win with the Blue Demons on Dec. 22, 2010, Purnell has recorded a milestone victory at each stop of his coaching career. The 2012-13 campaign saw DePaul post a sevengame winning streak from late November through December to finish with a 9-3 non-conference record. The seven-game streak was the longest for a DePaul team since the 1993-94 season. Both Cleveland Melvin and Brandon Young joined the 1,000-point club while Young also became the first player in program history with at least 1,200 points, 400 assists and 100 three-pointers. Evidence of the rebuilding at DePaul started in 201112 as the Blue Demons improved in a variety of ways. DePaul opened the season by winning nine of its first 12 games. The 9-3 record marked just the third time in the last 25 seasons that a DePaul team won at least nine of its first 12 contests. In addition to the increase in victories, DePaul also posted its highest scoring average since 199495 and the highest number of steals per game since the 2002-03 campaign. Purnell led the Blue Demons through the 2010-11 campaign and set a foundation for future success behind rookies Cleveland Melvin and Brandon Young. Melvin was selected as the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year and was joined on the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team with Young. Melvin was Purnell’s first signee as he inked his National Letter of Intent a month after Purnell was hired at DePaul. The two Baltimore natives led the Blue Demons and all BIG EAST freshmen in scoring throughout the 2010-11 season. Melvin’s BIG EAST Rookie of the Year honor was the first major BIG EAST award by a DePaul player and he was the first player to earn conference rookie of the year honors since Quentin Richardson was the 1999 Conference USA Freshman of the Year. Melvin also eclipsed Mark Aguirre’s freshman field goal percentage record by shooting .522 from the field. Purnell inherited a Clemson program in 2003 following stints at Dayton, Old Dominion and Radford. After a 10-18 record during his first campaign in 2003-04, he led the Tigers to six straight postseason appearances including each of the last three NCAA Tournaments. Clemson was just one of 21 programs nationally, including BIG EAST members Louisville, Marquette, Pittsburgh, Villanova and West Virginia, to make three straight NCAA appearances. In his last four seasons with the Tigers, Purnell’s .694 winning percentage was third in the ACC with only Mike Krzyzewski of Duke and North Carolina’s Roy Williams posting higher winning percentages in that span. The 2009-10 squad finished at 21-11 with the program’s third straight NCAA Tournament appearance. Clemson also

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finished the season with 301 steals in 32 games to rank among the nation’s best for the sixth straight year. Purnell compiled a record of 138-88 (.613) during his seven-year tenure at Clemson while the program improved its winning percentage in five straight seasons from 2004-09. Following the 2009-10 season, senior forward Trevor Booker was selected by the Washington Wizards in the first round of the NBA Draft. Booker was the 23rd overall selection in June 2010 and was the first senior selected in the draft. The first first-round pick from Clemson since 1994, he completed his degree from Clemson in August 2010. Booker concluded his career third in Clemson history with 1,060 rebounds and fifth on the career charts with 1,725 points. He played and started all 134 games of his career, a Clemson record. He also earned USBWA AllDistrict III honors twice and was a first team All-ACC and All-Defensive Team as a senior - a first in school history. Among the many highlights during his time at Clemson were the No. 24 ranking in the 2007-08 final AP poll and the 25-win season during the 2006-07 campaign. With the 25-11 record that season, Purnell became just the seventh active Division I head coach to take at least four schools to 20-plus win seasons. Purnell joined Krzyzewski and Bobby Cremins of Georgia Tech as the only coaches in ACC history to accomplish that feat at a league school. The 2008-09 season was record-breaking on many fronts. Purnell’s team finished with a 23-9 record, a .719 winning percentage, and a No. 24 final ranking in the Associated Press poll. Purnell and former Georgia Tech mentor Bobby Cremins are the only two coaches in ACC history to guide their teams to five consecutive years of improvement in winning percentage. The Tigers also won 20 or more games for the third straight season in 200809, a first in school history. Included among Clemson’s victims in 2008-09 was third-ranked Duke, which lost to the Tigers by a score of 74-47 on Feb. 4 at Littlejohn Coliseum. It was the largest margin of victory ever for Clemson against a ranked opponent. The Tigers also won four ACC games on the road, including over an NCAA Tournament team in Boston College and a 15-point come-from-behind effort at Virginia Tech. His 2007-08 team advanced to the ACC Championship game before falling to top-ranked North Carolina. On the way to the finals, the Tigers knocked off No. 2 seed and seventh-ranked Duke to earn a No. 5 seed in the 2008 NCAA Championship. It was the school’s first NCAA apperance since 1998 and also saw Clemson ranked No. 22 in the AP top 25 for the program’s first final ranking since 1997. After taking over prior to the start of the 2003-04 season, Purnell put Clemson on the map in his fourth season. The Tigers matched a school record with 25 wins in 200607, which also set a single-season best for Purnell in his then-20 years as a Division I head coach. Purnell led the team to 17 consecutive victories to open the season, also tying a record held by the 1986-87 Tigers while lasting as the nation’s last remaining unbeaten team that season. Clemson also returned to the national polls for the first time since the 1998-99 season. The Tigers were ranked in the USA Today coaches’ poll for eight consecutive weeks, which included a high of No. 14 on Jan. 8, 2007. Clemson also reached the No. 1 spot in the Sagarin computer ratings on Dec. 14, 2006. Clemson finished the


STAFF 2006-07 season with a 25-11 record and advanced to the NIT championship game for the second time in school history. It was a steady move up the victory ladder for Purnell since he arrived at Clemson in April 2003. In his first season (2003-04), he guided the team to wins over two top-15 teams, North Carolina and N.C. State and had four wins overall against teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament. In his second season, the 2004-05 campaign, he led the Tigers to a six-win improvement and first postseason appearance since 1999. Clemson earned a berth in the NIT and finished the season with a 16-16 overall record. Clemson’s all-around improvement in 2004-05 was evident in the NCAA statistical categories as well. The Tigers were the only team in the nation to rank in the top 20 in both steals and blocks per game. Clemson ranked seventh nationally with 10 steals per game and 20th nationally with 5.2 blocks per game. In fact, Clemson’s 319 steals were the third-most in a single season in school history. The 2005-06 team finished with a 19-13 overall record, the best mark at Clemson since the 1998-99 team won 20 games and the best winning percentage since the 1996-97 team reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament with a 23-10 mark. Purnell also led the Tigers to seven ACC wins, the most conference wins produced at Clemson in eight years. He led the Tigers to their second straight berth in the postseason NIT. Clemson’s win over Louisiana Tech at home was the first postseason win for the program since 1999. Also during the season, Purnell claimed his 300th win as a Division I head coach after Clemson defeated Georgia Tech 95-82 on Senior Day. The 60-year-old native of Maryland came to DePaul with 22 seasons of experience as a Division I head coach. He now has 424 career Division I wins, and has taken teams to 14 postseason tournaments and has 12 seasons of at least 20 wins on his resume. In 10 of his last 14 seasons he has taken a team to postseason play, including each of his final six at Clemson. From an honors standpoint, Purnell has been named conference Coach of the Year in three different Division I conferences. In 2002-03, as the head coach at Dayton, he was named a finalist for the Naismith Award, the honor presented to the top Division I coach in the nation. He added to his list of coaching honors in 2009 when he was named District III Coach of the Year by the USBWA. Purnell was also one of 10 finalists for the Henry Iba Award, presented annually to the nation’s top head coach. Additionally, he was a coach prominently involved in the USA Basketball program for nearly 10 years. Teams he was affiliated with in the USA Basketball program as a head coach or assistant coach accumulated a 45-4 record and won five gold medals in international competition. He is one of five USA Basketball coaches in the history of that competition to win five gold medals. He served as an assistant coach under Larry Brown on the 2004 U.S. Olympic team, the seventh time in his career he was selected as a coach of a USA Basketball team. He coached prominent NBA players, such as Tim Duncan and Allen Iverson, in Greece in 2004 at the Olympics. Purnell was the head coach of the 1999 USA World University Team and led the squad to an 8-0 record and the Gold Medal in Brisbane, Australia. He was the recipient of USA Basketball’s 1999 Developmental Coach of the Year Award for that accomplishment. Purnell has been an administrative leader in his field. He was selected to the Board of Directors at the 1998 convention for the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). In 2000, he was appointed by the NABC

OLIVER PURNELL QUICK FACTS

Birth......................................May 19, 1953 in Berlin, Md. Family Wife, Vicky and children, Olivia and Lindsay, grandchild, Victoria Education.......................................... 1975, Old Dominion BS in health and physical education 1978, Old Dominion MA in physical education and administration. Playing Experience.......................1972-75, Old Dominion Team MVP and 1975 honorable mention All American when he helped Old Dominion to NCAA Division II National Championship. Assistant Coaching Experience Graduate Assistant................1975-77, Old Dominion Assistant Coach......................1978-85, Old Dominion Assistant Coach.............................1985-88, Maryland Head Coaching Experience Head Coach..................................... 1988-91, Radford Head Coach............................1991-94, Old Dominion Head Coach.................................. 1994-2003, Dayton Head Coach.................................... 2003-10, Clemson Head Coach.............................. 2010-present, DePaul Honors Old Dominion MVP........................................1974-75 NCAA Division II National Championship Team Tom Scott Award............................................1974-75 ODU’s Outstanding Gentleman Student-Athlete Inducted Old Dominion Sports Hall of Fame...... 1988 Big South Coach of the Year..........................1990-91 Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year.. 1992-93 NABC District Coach of the Year....................1992-93 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year.........................1997-98 NABC District Coach of the Year....................1997-98 USA Basketball Developmental Coach of the Year... 1999 Old Dominion All-Time Team.............................. 2006 Basketball Times Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year...2008-09 USBWA District III Coach of the Year.............2008-09 Henry Iba Award Finalist................................2008-09 Coaches vs. Cancer Champion Award................. 2010 to serve as a member of USA Basketball Men’s Collegiate Committee. That committee is responsible for the selection of collegiate coaches and players for USA Basketball’s teams. His most recent appointment is the ultimate testament to his leadership within the coaching ranks. His move up the ladder within the NABC culminated with his selection as the organization’s President, a capacity he served during the 2006-07 season. He was also recognized for his efforts in the fight against cancer with the 2010 Coaches vs. Cancer Champion Award. The honor is presented annually to a college coach who has been vigorously engaged in the program’s fundraising, education and promotional initiatives and has demonstrated leadership in the fight to save lives from cancer and embolden the American Cancer Society’s vision of a world with less disease and more birthdays. His players have been successful on the court and in the classroom. In his nine years at Dayton, all but two of his four-year players graduated. His first senior class, Chris Hobbs and Beau Shay, both left Clemson with degrees. In 2004-05, Clemson guard Shawan Robinson was selected to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District team. His three seniors in 2005-06, Akin Akingbala, Steve Allen, and Shawan Robinson, all graduated on May 12, 2006. It was the first time since May 1991 that three Clemson men’s basketball players graduated on the same day. The feat

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL was achieved again in May 2008 when seniors Cliff Hammonds, Matt Morris, and Sam Perry earned undergraduate degrees. Purnell arrived at Clemson on April 6, 2003 with 15 years of Division I head coaching experience at Radford (1988-91), Old Dominion (1991-94) and Dayton (199403). His 155 victories rank third in Dayton history. He led the Flyers to at least 21 wins in each of his last four years, the first time since the late 1960s that Dayton had four straight 20-win seasons. In that four-year span, he totaled 88 victories with the Flyers. In 2002-03, Dayton had a 24-6 overall record, including a league best 14-2 mark in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Seven of the wins were on the road, which was the most by a Flyer team in 33 years. Purnell’s team then won the Atlantic 10 Tournament with a 79-72 victory over Temple that clinched an NCAA automatic berth for the Flyers. In his final season at Dayton, the Flyers gained a victory over No. 9 Marquette, which advanced to the NCAA Final Four at season’s end, and a victory over a top 20 Cincinnati team. The victory total was the most for the Dayton program since the 1966-67 team won 25 games. The season included a nine-game winning streak, the longest for the Flyer program since 1989-90, and the squad finished 16th in the final regular season poll conducted by the Associated Press. It was the first top 20 final ranking for the Dayton program since 1969. Purnell was named the head coach at the University of Dayton on April 8, 1994, and inherited a program that had won just 17 games the previous four seasons combined. The team was ranked 209th in the Sagarin rankings in 1993-94. In his final year he had the program ranked in the top 20 of the AP poll much of the season. In 1997-98 Purnell was named Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year by the league’s coaches and was the NABC District Coach of the Year that same season. It was the third time he was named a conference Coach of the Year, the third different conference to honor Purnell. He had been named Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year at Old Dominion in 1993 and the Big South Conference Coach of the Year while at Radford in 1991. Prior to taking the reins at Dayton, he spent three years as head coach at Old Dominion, his alma mater. He compiled 57 wins in those three years and took the program to three postseason appearances. His team won the Colonial Tournament in 1991-92 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. In each of his final two seasons at

Old Dominion his teams claimed the CAA regular season championship, won 21 games and advanced to the NIT. Following the 1992-93 campaign, he was honored as the CAA Coach of the Year, NABC District IV Coach of the Year, and the Coach of the Year in the state of Virginia. Purnell began his collegiate head coaching career at Radford in 1988-89. In 1990-91, his third year, he led Radford to a 22-7 record, a 15-game improvement over the previous season. It was the third-largest single-season improvement in NCAA history at the time. Prior to his career as a head coach at the Division I level, Purnell served as an assistant coach for 10 seasons at his alma mater, Old Dominion, and at the University of Maryland. He was on the Maryland staff as an assistant coach from 1985-88. Maryland went to the NCAA Tournament in his first and third years with the program. He served as an assistant coach in a full-time capacity at Old Dominion from 1978-85. All seven of the Old Dominion teams he served as a full-time assistant advanced to postseason play, three NCAAs and four NITs. Purnell earned three letters and was a three-year starter as a guard at Old Dominion before he graduated with a degree in health and physical education in 1975. He earned a master’s degree in physical education administration in 1978. He was the senior co-captain and MVP of the 1975 Old Dominion team that won the Division II National Championship. He averaged 14.4 points per game and finished his career with 1,090 points and 476 assists. He still holds the school record for steals in a game with eight against Washington & Lee in 1975. He was named a Converse honorable mention All-American as a senior and also received the Tom Scott Award as Old Dominion’s Outstanding Gentleman Student-Athlete. A sixth-round selection of the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1975 NBA Draft, he was inducted into the Old Dominion Athletic Hall of Fame in 1988. In 2006, he was named to Old Dominion’s all-time team. A native of Berlin, Md., Purnell was born May 19, 1953. He and his wife Vicky have two children: Olivia, who graduated from the University of Southern California in 2004 and earned a master’s degree from NYU in 2007, and Lindsay, who graduated from Boston College in May 2007 and graduated from the Wake Forest School of Law in May 2010.

OLIVER PURNELL AND USA BASKETBALL

For a decade, Oliver Purnell was prominently involved in the USA Basketball program from 19942004. His USA Basketball experience culminated with the 2004 Summer Olympics in Greece. Teams he was affiliated with in the USA Basketball program as a head coach or assistant coach accumulated a 45-4 record and won five gold medals in international competition. He is one of five USA Basketball coaches in the history of that competition to win five gold medals. He served as an assistant coach under Larry Brown on the 2004 U.S. Olympic team, the seventh time in his career he was selected as a coach of a USA Basketball team. He coached prominent NBA players, such as Tim Duncan and Allen Iverson, in Greece at the 2004 Olympics. Purnell was the head coach of the 1999 USA World University Team and led the squad to an 8-0 record and the Gold Medal in Brisbane, Australia. He was the recipient of USA Basketball’s 1999 Developmental Coach of the Year Award for that accomplishment. Year Team Position 1994 US Olympic Festival Head Coach 1995 World University Games Assistant Coach 1996 COPABA 22 & Under Qualifying Tournament Assistant Coach 1999 World University Games Head Coach 2001 Goodwill Games Assistant coach 2003 Olympic Qualifying Assistant Coach 2004 United States Olympic Team Assistant Coach Overall Record: 45-4 | Medals: Gold - 5, Silver - 1, Bronze - 1

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STAFF OLIVER PURNELL NAMED RECIPIENT OF 2010 COACHES VS. CANCER CHAMPION AWARD

Prior to accepting the head coach position at DePaul, Oliver Purnell was named the recipient of the 2010 Coaches vs. Cancer® Champion Award, presented annually to a college coach who has been vigorously engaged in the program’s fundraising, education and promotional initiatives and has demonstrated leadership in the fight to save lives from cancer and embolden the American Cancer Society’s vision of a world with less disease and more birthdays. Coaches vs. Cancer is a collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) that empowers coaches, their teams and communities to join the fight against cancer. Purnell’s commitment to fighting cancer is evident on a number of fronts. In 2008, he and his wife, Vicky, created TigerFest, a barbecue fundraiser that engages the Clemson athletic and university community and fan base, and which has raised $225,000 for Coaches vs. Cancer in the past two years. As well, in September 2009, Purnell joined four other NCAA men’s basketball coaches at an American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) Capitol Hill rally in Washington, D.C., to urge Congress to pass meaningful health care reform legislation to expand access to care for those facing cancer. Purnell is also a member of the Coaches vs. Cancer Coaches Council, comprised of NABC members, American Cancer Society volunteers and business leaders across the nation who explore innovative ways to fund the fight against cancer and send a powerful message that it can be won. “The American Cancer Society, through its alliance with the NABC, is pleased to honor Coach Purnell for his remarkable work with Coaches vs. Cancer and its commitment to help save lives. Coach Purnell has seen the impact of cancer on his own family, having lost several members to the disease, and he has taken up the charge to do whatever he can to benefit so many other people who share the cancer experience. We salute him and his wife Vicky for all they are doing to further the American Cancer Society’s mission of saving lives by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures and by fighting back,” said George W.P. Atkins, 2009-10 national volunteer chair, American Cancer Society Board of Directors. The Champion Award was instituted in 1996, with former Missouri coach Norm Stewart receiving the inaugural citation. Since that time, the award has honored head coaches Jim Boeheim (Syracuse); Denny Crum (Louisville); Roy Williams (then at Kansas and now at North Carolina); Riley Wallace (Hawaii); Fran Dunphy (then at Pennsylvania and now at Temple); Gary Williams (Maryland); Mark Few (Gonzaga); Mike Brey (Notre Dame); Bruce Weber (Illinois); Jim Calhoun (Connecticut); and Tom Izzo (Michigan State).

OLIVER PURNELL YEAR-BY-YEAR

Year 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Totals

School Position Old Dominion Graduate Assistant Old Dominion Graduate Assistant Old Dominion Assistant Coach Old Dominion Assistant Coach Old Dominion Assistant Coach Old Dominion Assistant Coach Old Dominion Assistant Coach Old Dominion Assistant Coach Old Dominion Assistant Coach Old Dominion Assistant Coach Maryland Assistant Coach Maryland Assistant Coach Maryland Assistant Coach Radford Head Coach Radford Head Coach Radford Head Coach 3 seasons Old Dominion Head Coach Old Dominion Head Coach Old Dominion Head Coach 3 seasons Dayton Head Coach Dayton Head Coach Dayton Head Coach Dayton Head Coach Dayton Head Coach Dayton Head Coach Dayton Head Coach Dayton Head Coach Dayton Head Coach 9 seasons Clemson Head Coach Clemson Head Coach Clemson Head Coach Clemson Head Coach Clemson Head Coach Clemson Head Coach Clemson Head Coach 7 seasons DePaul Head Coach DePaul Head Coach DePaul Head Coach 3 seasons 25 seasons

Record 19-12 25-4 11-15 23-7 25-5 18-10 18-12 19-10 19-12 19-12 19-14 9-17 18-13 15-13 7-22 22-7 44-42 15-15 21-8 21-10 57-33 7-20 15-14 13-14 21-12 11-17 22-9 21-13 21-11 24-6 155-116 10-18 16-16 19-13 25-11 24-10 23-9 21-11 138-88 7-24 12-19 11-21 30-64 424-343

Pct Postseason .613 NCAA Division II Final Four .862 NIT First Round .423 .767 NIT Third Round .833 NCAA First Round .643 NIT First Round .600 NCAA First Round .655 NIT First Round .613 NIT First Round .613 NCAA First Round .575 NCAA Second Round .346 .581 NCAA Second Round .546 .241 .759 .512 .500 NCAA First Round .724 NIT Second Round .677 NIT Second Round .633 .259 .517 .481 .636 NIT Second Round .393 .710 NCAA First Round .617 NIT Third Round .656 NIT Second Round .800 NCAA First Round .574 .357 .500 NIT First Round .594 NIT Second Round .694 NIT Runner-Up .706 NCAA First Round .719 NCAA First Round .656 NCAA First Round .611 .226 .387 .344 .319 .553

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL OLIVER PURNELL VS. ALL OPPONENTS Air Force........................................ 1-0 Akron............................................. 1-0 Alabama........................................ 3-1 UAB................................................ 0-3 Alabama State............................... 1-0 American....................................... 4-2 Appalachian State.......................... 1-0 Arizona.......................................... 0-1 Arizona State............................... 2-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff........................ 1-0 Arkansas State............................... 1-0 Auburn........................................... 1-2 Augusta......................................... 2-5 Austin Peay.................................... 2-0 Ball State........................................ 1-1 Baptist........................................... 4-0 Bethune-Cookman........................ 2-0 Bluefield State............................... 1-0 Boston College............................... 6-4 Bradley.......................................... 0-1 Brooklyn........................................ 0-1 Butler.......................................... 1-0 California (Pa.)............................... 1-0 UC Riverside.................................. 1-0 UC Santa Barbara........................... 1-0 Cal Poly.......................................... 1-0 Cal State Northridge...................... 0-1 Campbell....................................... 5-2 Central Connecticut State.............. 2-0 Central Michigan........................... 2-0 Cincinnati....................................... 1-7 Charleston Southern..................... 5-1 Charlotte........................................ 1-2 Chicago State............................... 3-0 Cincinnati....................................... 0-3 The Citadel.................................... 1-0 Clemson......................................... 0-1 Cleveland State.............................. 1-2 Coastal Carolina............................. 3-5 College of Charleston.................... 3-2 Connecticut................................... 1-6 Coppin State.................................. 1-0 Davidson........................................ 2-0 Delaware State.............................. 4-0 DePaul........................................... 4-2 Detroit........................................... 2-1 Duke............................................ 2-10 Duquesne.................................... 14-2 East Carolina................................ 11-3 East Tennessee State..................... 3-0 Eastern Illinois............................... 1-0 Eastern Kentucky........................... 2-1 Eastern Michigan........................... 2-0 Elon............................................... 0-1 Evansville....................................... 1-0 Fairfield.......................................... 1-0 Florida A&M.................................. 3-0 Florida Atlantic............................ 1-0 Florida International...................... 2-0 Florida State.................................. 9-6 Fordham........................................ 8-2 Furman.......................................... 4-0 Gardner-Webb............................... 2-1 George Mason............................... 7-1 Georgetown................................ 0-4 George Washington....................... 8-9 Georgia.......................................... 2-2

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Georgia Southern.......................... 1-0 Georgia State................................. 1-0 Georgia Tech.................................. 7-8 Hampton....................................... 2-0 Hawai’i........................................... 0-1 High Point...................................... 1-0 Holy Cross...................................... 1-0 Hofstra........................................... 1-1 Howard.......................................... 2-0 Idaho State.................................... 1-0 Illinois............................................ 1-1 Indiana State................................. 1-1 Iona............................................... 2-2 IUPUI............................................. 1-0 James Madison.............................. 3-5 Kent State...................................... 1-0 Kentucky........................................ 1-1 La Salle......................................... 10-5 Liberty........................................... 2-0 Lock Haven.................................... 0-1 Long Beach State........................... 1-0 Long Island.................................... 1-0 Louisiana-Monroe......................... 1-0 Louisiana State.............................. 1-0 Louisiana Tech............................... 1-0 Louisville........................................ 1-8 Loyola-Chicago.............................. 2-1 Manhattan..................................... 1-0 Marquette................................... 4-8 Marshall......................................... 0-1 Maryland....................................... 8-5 Maryland-Baltimore County.......... 2-0 Massachusetts............................... 5-4 McNeese State.............................. 1-0 Memphis....................................... 0-2 Miami (Fla.)................................... 4-5 Miami (Ohio)................................. 3-7 Michigan........................................ 0-1 Milwaukee.................................. 3-1 Minnesota..................................... 1-1 Mississippi..................................... 1-2 Mississippi State............................ 2-0 Mississippi Valley State.................. 2-0 Missouri......................................... 0-1 Monmouth.................................... 1-0 Morehead State............................. 4-1 Mount St. Mary’s........................... 1-0 Murray State.................................. 0-1 New Mexico................................... 1-0 Norfolk State................................. 1-0 Northwestern.............................. 1-2 North Carolina............................. 2-11 UNC Asheville................................ 4-5 UNC Greensboro........................... 1-0 UNC Wilmington............................ 7-2 North Carolina A&T....................... 1-1 North Carolina State...................... 6-4 North Florida................................. 1-0 Northern Illinois............................ 3-0 Notre Dame................................... 1-4 Ohio State...................................... 1-1 Oklahoma State............................. 0-1 Old Dominion................................ 3-1 Penn State..................................... 1-2 Pennsylvania.................................. 1-0 Pittsburgh...................................... 1-3 Pitt-Johnstown............................... 1-0

Prairie View A&M.......................... 2-0 Presbyterian.................................. 3-0 Providence.................................. 2-1 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez.................. 2-0 Purdue........................................... 2-2 Radford.......................................... 1-0 Rhode Island.................................. 9-3 Richmond...................................... 7-6 Rider.............................................. 1-1 Roanoke......................................... 1-0 Robert Morris................................ 1-1 Rutgers.......................................... 2-2 St. Bonaventure............................. 5-7 St. John’s (Minn.)........................... 1-0 St. John’s (N.Y.)............................ 0-5 Saint Joseph’s................................ 7-5 Saint Louis..................................... 1-5 St. Paul’s........................................ 1-0 Samford......................................... 2-0 Savannah State.............................. 1-0 Seton Hall.................................... 1-3 Shenandoah.................................. 1-0 Siena.............................................. 1-1 South Carolina............................... 7-1 South Carolina State...................... 4-0 USF................................................ 2-6 Southern........................................ 1-0 Southern Miss............................. 1-1 Southern Utah............................... 0-1 Springfield..................................... 1-0 Stanford......................................... 0-1 Syracuse........................................ 1-3 Temple........................................... 4-8 Tennessee State............................. 0-1 Tennessee Tech.............................. 0-1 UT-Pan American........................... 1-0 Texas A&M..................................... 1-2 TCU................................................ 1-0 Texas Tech...................................... 1-0 Toledo............................................ 1-1 Tulsa.............................................. 0-1 Utah State...................................... 0-1 Villanova..................................... 1-5 Virginia Commonwealth................ 5-2 Virginia........................................ 5-10 Virginia Tech................................ 9-12 VMI................................................ 1-2 Wake Forest................................... 2-8 West Virginia................................. 1-4 Western Carolina........................... 2-1 Western Illinois.............................. 0-1 Western Kentucky......................... 0-1 Wichita State............................... 0-1 Widener......................................... 1-0 William & Mary............................. 7-0 Winthrop....................................... 5-3 Wofford......................................... 4-0 Wright State................................ 3-1 Xavier........................................ 7-11 Youngstown State.......................... 1-0 2013-14 opponents in bold


STAFF OLIVER PURNELL TIMELINE Mar. 14, 1975: Oliver Purnell scores 12 points to help Old Dominion defeat New Orleans, 76-74, in the NCAA Division II championship game in Evansville, Ind. May 1975: Purnell earns undergraduate degree from Old Dominion. June 1975: Purnell is drafted in the sixth round, the 96th selection overall, by the Milwaukee Bucks. July 1975: Purnell interviews at Clemson with first-year head coach Bill Foster for a graduate assistant position. Purnell decides to accept a similar position under Paul Webb at his alma mater, Old Dominion. May 1978: Purnell earns Master’s degree from Old Dominion. July 1978: Purnell is named a fulltime assistant coach at Old Dominion under Paul Webb. Mar. 1980: As an assistant coach, Purnell helps Old Dominion to a 62-51 victory over Navy in overtime, give the Monarchs the ECAC South Championship and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. July 1985: Purnell is named an assistant coach on Lefty Driesell’s staff at Maryland. The Terps go on to earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament in Purnell’s first year with the program.

Mar. 9, 1992: Old Dominion defeats James Madison, 78-73, in the championship game of the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament to advance to the NCAA Tournament. It is the first NCAA Division I conference championship in school history. Mar. 1, 1993: Leads Old Dominion to a 113-105 victory at Southern Miss. It is the 20th win of the season for the Monarchs, the first 20-win season for the program in seven years. Mar. 1, 1993: Purnell is named Coach of the Year in the Colonial Athletic Association and the NABC District 4 Coach of the Year. Mar. 1, 1994: Leads Old Dominion to 76-72 victory over Richmond. It is Old Dominion’s 20th victory of the season and Purnell’s 100th win as a Division I head coach.

Nov. 20, 2000: Purnell and the Flyers upset 12th-ranked Connecticut, 80-66, in the first round of the Maui Invitational. Nov. 22, 2000: The Purnell-led Flyers post another top 12 upset with a 7771 win over No. 6 Maryland at the Maui Invitational. Nov. 27, 2000: Dayton moves into the Associated Press Top 25 at No. 24. It is Dayton’s first national ranking since 1969. Jan. 6, 2001: Dayton defeats Duquesne, 70-61, for Purnell’s 200th victory as a Division I head coach. Mar. 19, 2001: Dayton defeats Richmond, 71-56, to advance to quarterfinals of the NIT.

April 8, 1994: Named the 17th head coach in University of Dayton history.

Jan. 13, 2002: Dayton defeats Duquesne, 88-44, the Flyers largest victory margin in an Atlantic 10 Conference game.

Jan. 17, 1995: In his first year at Dayton, Purnell leads the Flyers to 73-63 victory over longtime rival Notre Dame.

Jan. 4, 2003: Dayton downs ninthranked and eventual Final Four team Marquette by a 92-85 score in overtime.

Jan. 7, 1997: Dayton upsets 12thranked Xavier at UD Arena by a 98-91 score.

Mar. 15, 2003: Dayton win the A-10 Tournament championship with a 79-72 victory over Temple and Hall of Fame coach John Chaney.

Jan. 24, 1998: Dayton upsets No. 19 Xavier at UD Arena, 93-82.

Mar. 16, 2003: Dayton is invited to the NCAA Tournament as a No. 4 seed. Flyers are ranked 16th in final AP Top 25.

April 1, 1988: Purnell is named head coach at Radford University, his first head coaching position.

Feb. 14, 1998: Purnell’s Flyers upset 17th-ranked George Washington, 78-64.

Nov. 30, 1988: A 91-70 win over California (Pa.) gives Purnell his first career head coaching victory.

Feb. 25, 1998: Flyers win at Duquesne, 68-62, to clinch cochampionship of West Division of Atlantic 10 Conference.

April 6, 2003: Introduced as head coach at a press conference, Purnell becomes the first African-American head coach in any men’s sport at Clemson.

Mar. 3, 1998: Purnell is named Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year, his third conference Coach of the Year selection in a third different conference.

Sept. 1, 2003: Purnell helps United States team to gold medal in Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Puerto Rico.

Mar. 2, 2000: Dayton defeats Rhode Island, 77-51, to claim the Atlantic 10 West Division title and the top seed in the A-10 Tournament.

Jan. 31, 2004: Clemson upsets No. 12 North Carolina, 81-72, by going 11-of-13 from three-point range. The .846 three-point percentage is a Clemson record and the sixth-highest mark in college basketball history.

Feb. 26, 1991: Purnell is named Big South Conference Coach of the Year. Mar. 1, 1991: Purnell leads Radford to a 75-70 victory over Charleston Southern to win the Big South Conference Tournament title. The victory completes a 15-game improvement over the previous year, the third-best single-season improvement in NCAA history. April 1, 1991: Purnell is hired as head coach at his alma mater, Old Dominion.

Mar. 12, 2000: Dayton receives NCAA Tournament at-large bid with 21-8 record. It is Dayton’s first NCAA appearance since 1990.

Feb. 18, 2004: Purnell leads Clemson to a 60-55 win over 13th-ranked North Carolina State.

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL Aug. 30, 2004: Coach Purnell is a member of the coach staff of the 2004 United States Olympic team that finishes with a bronze medal at the Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. Dec. 21, 2005: Purnell guides the Tigers to the San Juan Shootout title with a 66-59 win over Akron. The win gives Clemson its first eight-team tournament title in 25 years. Mar. 4, 2006: Purnell wins his 300th game as a Division I head coach with a 95-82 win over Georgia Tech.

MILESTONE VICTORIES FOR OLIVER PURNELL

Oliver Purnell has compiled over 400 victories in 23 seasons as a NCAA Division I head coach at Radford (1988-91), Old Dominion (1991-94), Dayton (1994-03), Clemson (2003-10) and DePaul (2010-present). He enters his second season at DePaul with a career record of 401-303 after recording his 400th victory against Florida Atlantic. He has recorded a milestone win at each stop of his coaching career with his first victory at Radford, his 100th win at Old Dominion, his 200th victory at Dayton and win No. 300 was with Clemson. Victory 1 100 200 300 400

Date Nov. 30, 1988 Mar. 1, 2004 Jan. 6, 2001 Mar. 4, 2006 Dec. 22, 2010

Opponent California (Pa.) Richmond Duquesne Georgia Tech Florida Atlantic

Mar. 15, 2006: Clemson defeats Louisiana Tech, 69-53, in NIT first round. It was Clemson’s first postseason win since the 1999 NIT.

Mar. 16, 2008: Purnell secures Clemson’s first NCAA Tournament bid in 10 years. The Tigers are the No. 5 seed in the Midwest Region.

April 2, 2006: Purnell is announced as the President of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) for the 2006-07 season.

Feb. 4, 2009: Clemson upsets thirdranked Duke by a score of 74-47. It is the largest margin of victory ever against a ranked opponent for Clemson. It is also Duke’s largest margin of defeat since the 1990 NCAA championship game.

Dec. 11, 2006: Purnell leads Clemson to the first national ranking in nearly eight years as the Tigers enter the USA Today Coaches’ poll. Clemson would climb to No. 14 while being ranked for eight straight weeks. Jan. 9, 2007: Clemson starts the season at 17-0 after an 87-76 win at North Carolina State. Purnell and Clemson stood as the nation’s last remaining unbeaten team. Mar. 21, 2007: Purnell posts his fourth win over a Hall of Fame coach with a 74-70 win against Jim Boeheim and Syracuse in the quarterfinals of the NIT. Mar. 27, 2007: Clemson ties the school record with 25 wins after defeating Air Force, 68-67, in the semifinals of the NIT at Madison Square Garden. The win also put Clemson in the championship game of the NIT for the second time in program history. Mar. 2, 2008: Purnell’s Clemson team rallies from a 20-point deficit for a 73-70 win at Maryland. Mar. 15, 2008: Clemson upsets second-seeded and No. 7-ranked Duke in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament for the program’s second championship game berth since 1962.

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Mar. 3, 2009: Purnell leads Clemson to its second straight winning record in ACC play with a 75-57 win over Virginia. The back-to-back winning records in ACC play are the first since 1965-67 for Clemson. Nov. 28, 2009: Clemson knocks off 10th-ranked Butler, 70-69, at the 76 Classic in Anaheim, Calif. The Bulldogs would finish the season as runner-up in the NCAA Tournament. It marked Purnell’s third win over a top 10-ranked team and was Clemson’s first non-conference win over a ranked opponent since 1997. Jan. 13, 2010: Clemson and Purnell defeat North Carolina, 83-64, for Roy Williams then-largest margin of defeat in his tenure in Chapel Hill. Jan. 25, 2010: Purnell’s team is ranked for the 12th straight week in the national top 25’s for the longest streak of being ranked for Clemson since the mid-1990’s. Mar. 7, 2010: Purnell leads Clemson to a 9-7 ACC record for the third straight season with a winning record in league play marking the first time in program history with three straight winning season in ACC games.

Score 91-70 76-72 70-61 95-82 71-62

Mar. 14, 2010: Purnell leads Clemson to its sixth straight postseason appearance tying a school record. The Tigers are the No. 7 seed in the East Regional. The third straight NCAA bid for Clemson also tied a school record and marks just the second occasion of three consecutive NCAA appearances in program history. April 6, 2010: Purnell is named the 13th head coach in DePaul basketball history in a press conference at Courtelyou Commons on DePaul’s Lincoln Park campus. Nov. 14, 2010: The Purnell Era opens at DePaul with a 114-81 victory over Chicago State at McGrath Arena. It was just the 12th game in program history with 114 points or more for the Blue Demons. Dec. 22, 2010: A 71-62 win over Florida Atlantic secures career win No. 400 for Purnell. Feb. 17, 2011: The Blue Demons go on the road and knock off Providence, 79-76, for Purnell’s first BIG EAST victory. Mar. 8, 2011: Cleveland Melvin named BIG EAST Rookie of the Year for DePaul’s first major individual BIG EAST honor. Melvin was Purnell’s first NLI signee in May 2010.


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DR. RON BRADLEY

TWITTER: @DRRONBRADLEY

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH | FOURTH SEASON AT DEPAUL Dr. Ron Bradley joined the DePaul staff on April 21, 2010 and serves as the associate head coach in the program. He brings over 30 years of coaching experience to Lincoln Park including 16 seasons as a head coach. Bradley helped head coach Oliver Purnell guide the Blue Demons through the 2010-11 season while mentoring BIG EAST All-Rookie Team honorees Cleveland Melvin and Brandon Young. Melvin was also named the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year for the first major BIG EAST award by a DePaul player. The 2011-12 campaign saw continued improvement as the Blue Demons trended upward in victories, points per game and steals per game. DePaul’s 74.1 scoring average was its highest mark since the 1994-95 season while the 7.9 steals per game were the most since the 2002-03 campaign. DePaul put together the longest winning streak in nearly a decade in 2012-13 and increased its steal total to 8.3 per game. Prior to arriving at DePaul, he spent the previous seven seasons as the associate head coach under Purnell at Clemson. His impact on the Clemson program saw the Tigers rank among national defensive leaders on an annual basis and he is credited with helping implement the high-pressure defensive schemes that characterized Purnell-coached teams. In each of the final six seasons, Clemson was ranked among the nation’s leaders in steals per game. The 2004-05 and 2007-08 squads were the only teams to rank in the top 20 in the nation in blocked shots and steals while the 2008-09 team went one step further to finish in the top 10 in both categories. As the program’s recruiting coordinator at Clemson, Bradley led the efforts to land nationally-ranked classes by ESPNU, Rivals.com and Scout.com in 2009. Bradley played a big part in Clemson’s 93 wins over the last four seasons that saw the Tigers make four straight postseason appearances. The 93 victories rank third to Duke and North Carolina in that span among ACC programs while the program recorded three consecutive NCAA visits from 2008-10. In six of his seven seasons at Clemson, the Tigers made three NIT showings and three NCAA Tournament appearances. The 2009-10 squad posted a 21-11 record while going 9-7 in ACC action. The team finished the season ranked eighth nationally with 9.4 steals per game and 10th by holding opponents to just a .294 three-point field goal percentage. Clemson received an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament for its third straight appearance in the field of 65. Bradley was named one of the nation’s top 100 assistant coaches by Hoop Scoop following the conclusion of the season. In 2008-09, Clemson compiled a 23-9 record and 9-7 ledger in ACC play. The Tigers advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in as many seasons. Among the 23 victories was a 74-47 win over third-ranked Duke for Clemson’s largest win ever against a ranked opponent. Basketball Scoop named Bradley one of 10 assistant coaches to be named a `rising star’ in the profession. The 2007-08 team won 24 games and also advanced

to the NCAA Tournament, Clemson’s first bid to the “Big Dance” in 10 years. He helped guide the Tigers to the championship game of the ACC Tournament, the school’s first appearance since 1962. In 2006-07, he helped lead the Clemson program to a school record 25-win season. The Tigers tied the 1986-87 team for wins in a single season and also matched that same squad with 17 consecutive wins to start the season. The season concluded with a trip to the finals of the NIT, Clemson’s second appearance in that postseason tournament in school history. In 2005-06, Bradley helped Clemson to a 19-13 ledger and first postseason win (69-53 first round NIT win over Louisiana Tech) since the 1998-99 season. In 2004-05 he helped the Tigers to 16 wins and a berth in the NIT, Clemson’s first postseason bid in six years. The Tigers swept Maryland in three straight games, a first in school history. In his first year, the Tigers recorded wins over top 15 teams from North Carolina and N.C. State. Bradley served as a head coach for 16 years, five at Eastern Nazarene (1976-81) and 11 at Radford (19912002). He compiled a 289-175 record at those institutions, a .623 winning percentage. During his 16 years as a head coach, Bradley’s teams posted winning records 15 times and won 20 or more games six times. In 10 different seasons his teams won at least 18 games. Prior to his season at James Madison, Bradley coached at Radford University in Virginia for 12 seasons, including 11 as the head coach. He succeeded Oliver Purnell as the Radford head coach in 1991-92 and during his 11 years as head coach, Bradley compiled a 193-124 (.609) record. He won four conference titles, and led the Highlanders to their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1997-98. That season, Radford posted a 20-10 overall record, including a 10-2 mark in conference play, along with the Big South Conference Championship. Bradley was inducted into the Big South Conference Hall of Fame in June 2010 and is the winningest coach in Radford and Big South Conference history. Overy his career, he has been inducted into five hall of fames as a player or coach. As a player, Bradley is a member of the North Quincy High School Hall of Fame, the Eastern Nazarene College Hall of Fame and the New England Basketball Hall of Fame. In addition to his Big South Hall of Fame honor, he is also a member of the Radford University Hall of Fame as a coach. Bradley guided the 1998-99 team that returned only one starter to a 20-8 record and advanced to the Big South Tournament championship game. His team won the Big South regular season title in 1999-00 and 2000-01 with identical 12-2 records. In his one season (1990-91) as an assistant he teamed with Purnell to lead Radford to a 22-7 ledger. A native of Quincy, Mass., Bradley played basketball at Eastern Nazarene under his father, Carroll. He scored 2,649 points and averaged 24.8 points per game during his four-year career. He was a three-time NAIA honorable mention All-America choice. He ranked sixth in the nation in scoring his sophomore year and 15th as a junior. Bradley was selected by the New York Nets in the American Basketball Association (ABA) draft in 1972 as

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL a junior eligible. He played semi-professional basketball for three seasons before beginning his coaching career at Eastern Nazarene in 1976-77. During his five seasons with the Crusaders, he accumulated a 96-51 record, and his teams won three conference championships, four district titles and one regional championship. He had two 20-win seasons and on two occasions was named Naismith Conference Coachof-the-Year. Beginning with the 1981-82 season, Bradley moved on to the University of Maryland, where he served as a volunteer assistant under Lefty Driesell until 1982-83. In 1983-84, he was named an assistant coach for the Terrapins, and remained as Maryland’s top assistant through the 1988-89 season. He served on the Maryland staff with Purnell from 1985-88. Bradley served as an assistant to

the Maryland Director of Athletics during the 1989-90 season. After earning his bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 1974, Bradley completed his master’s degree in Physical Education from Bridgewater (Mass.) State in 1980. He earned a doctorate in Kinesiological Sciences with an emphasis in Sports Psychology from the University of Maryland in 1993. Bradley is married to the former Denise Smith, and the couple has two children, William and Katlin, and four grandchildren. Bradley and his wife are active with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Athletes in Action. He serves on the board of directors for the NABC’s Nations of Coaches, whose mission is to “see coaches and all whom they influence impacted for the glory of God.”

BILLY GARRETT

TWITTER: @COACHBGARRETT

ASSISTANT COACH | FIFTH SEASON AT DEPAUL DePaul assistant coach Billy Garrett joined the program in May 2009 and holds over a decade of experience at the collegiate, high school and AAU levels of basketball. Garrett returned to Chicago to join Jerry Wainwright’s staff and remained on the staff after Oliver Purnell was hired on April 6, 2010. In his four seasons in Lincoln Park, Garrett has reestablished Chicago recruiting roots for the Blue Demons with nine players on the 2013-14 roster from the Chicagoland area. On the floor, Garrett assisted in the daily development of the current roster including 2011 BIG EAST Rookie of the Year Cleveland Melvin and BIG EAST All-Rookie Team honoree Brandon Young. The 2011-12 campaign saw continued improvement as the Blue Demons trended upward in victories, points per game and steals per game. DePaul’s 74.1 scoring average was its highest mark since the 1994-95 season while the 7.9 steals per game were the most since the 2002-03 campaign. DePaul put together the longest winning streak in nearly a decade in 2012-13 and increased its steal total to 8.3 per game. Before moving to DePaul’s Lincoln Park campus in 2009, Garrett was the associate head coach at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi for two seasons. Prior to joining the Islanders in May 2007, he was an assistant at Iowa (200607), Seton Hall (2001-06) and Siena (2000-01). Following his first collegiate stop with a Metro Atlantic Metro Conference Championship at Siena, Garrett spent five seasons at BIG EAST member Seton Hall. He made two appearances in the NCAA Tournament and one appearance in the NIT with the Pirates. Garrett joined the Iowa staff during the 2006-07 campaign and was briefly on the staff at New Mexico before accepting the associate head coach position at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.

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He started his coaching career in Chicago as head basketball coach at Providence St. Mel High School from 1994-00. Garrett was also athletic director and head track and field coach while leading the basketball program to a 130-50 record in his six seasons. He was a four-time District Coach of the Year by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association and led Providence St. Mel to four regional titles. At Providence St. Mel, he tutored former DePaul player LeVar Seals and also coached Steven Hunter while directing the Illinois Fire AAU program. Garrett coached in the Illinois Fire program from 1994-00 and also served as a coach at the ABCD Camp from 1996-00 and was a coach at the adidas International Basketball Camp in Beijing, China in 2004. The native of Indianapolis, Ind., earned his degree from the University of Indianapolis in 1991 after playing four seasons of football at Illinois State. Garrett and his wife, Annissa, have one son, Billy. Billy is a freshman at DePaul after a standout career at Morgan Park High School. He led the Mustangs to a state title as a senior and enters DePaul as a consensus top 100 player. Garrett’s father, Bill Garrett, is recognized as the first African-American basketball player in the Big Ten Conference. He played at Indiana for three seasons and finished his collegiate career in 1951 as the program’s all-time leading scorer. The All-American at Indiana was drafted by the Boston Celtics and he also played with the Harlem Globetrotters before becoming a high school coach in Indiana.


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RENARD PHILLIPS

ASSISTANT COACH | FIRST SEASON AT DEPAUL The newest member of the DePaul coaching staff is Renard Phillips. Phillips joined the staff as an assistant coach on June 17, 2013 after serving as head varsity basketball coach at Friendship Collegiate Academy and in the DC As-

sault AAU program. He makes the move to Chicago from Washington, D.C. where he was head varsity basketball coach at Friendship Collegiate Academy since May 2012. He led FCA to a 20-7 record last season while reaching the semifinals of

the Beltway Independent Playoffs. Other stops as a prep coach include Arlington Country Day (Jacksonville, Fla.) from 2010-12, Progressive Christian Academy (Temple Hills, Md.) from 2009-10 and Georgetown Prep (Rockville, Md.) for the 2008-09 season. He was also on the staff at DeMatha High School (Hyattsville, Md.) from 2002-03. Phillips was also involved with AAU basketball working as a coach in the DC Assault program since 2008. He also worked with Blue Devil AAU basketball from 2006-08. As a player, Phillips played at DeMatha High School before four collegiate seasons at VMI (1998-02). He totaled 96 career games for the Keydets and totaled just over 200 career assists as a point guard.

IVAN VUJIC

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS | THIRD SEASON AT DEPAUL Ivan Vujic joined the staff as director of basketball operations in September 2013. Vujic was in the same role with the Blue Demons from 2006-08 before working as an assistant coach at Northwestern for the last five

seasons. While in Evanston, Vujic worked with Northwestern’s post players while recruiting both nationally and internationally. The Wildcats posted back-to-back 20-win seasons for the first time in program history from 2009-11. The Split, Croatia, native averaged 10.6 points and 5.7 rebounds as a senior at Valparaiso where he helped the Crusaders to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances in 1999 and 2000. He started his collegiate career at Vincennes University from 1996-98 and was named a fourth team junior college All-American by Street & Smith’s Magazine. Vujic helped the Trailblazers to a pair of NJCAA tournament appearances and was a teammate of eventual NBA all-star

Shawn Marion. Following his collegiate career, Vujic was the first European player to compete in Puerto Rico’s Superior League. Vujic then played for Pepinster of the Belgian League where he was name a league all-star as a rookie for the 2000-01 season. In 2001, Vujic signed with Belgian League champions Charleoi and also played in the Euroleague before suffering a career-ending knee injury. Vujic was a member of Croatia’s U18 National team which placed fourth at the 1995 World Championships. As a member of the DePaul staff, he was an assistant coach in 2007 for the USA Basketball U19 team that earned a second-place finish at the World Championships. The squad featured NBA Draft picks Michael Beasley, Jonny Flynn, Stephen Curry, Patrick Beverly and DeAndre Jordan. After starting his coaching career at BC Dubrava Zagreb, he then returned to Valparaiso where he served as an assistant coach for the 2005-06 season before spending the two seasons at DePaul. Vujic earned a bachelor of science degree with minors in physical education and mechanical engineering from Valparaiso in 2006.

KEVIN EDWARDS

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY, CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL RELATIONS | FOURTH SEASON AT DEPAUL Former Blue Demon and NBA veteran Kevin Edwards joined the DePaul men’s basketball staff as the program’s director of community, corporate and professional relations on Oct. 15, 2010. Edwards played two seasons for the Blue Demons from 1986-88 before an 11-year NBA career. In his current role with the program, Edwards works as a liaison to members of the University community and Chicago’s corporate community while also handling the program’s relationships with professional basketball franchises in the United States and overseas.

Edwards played two seasons at DePaul from 1986-88 and finished his career with 995 points and led the Blue Demons to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances. He averaged 14.4 points per game as a junior before posting a scoring average of 18.8 points per game during his senior season. In his two seasons, DePaul put together a combined record of 50-11. He was selected by the Miami Heat with the 20th overall pick of the 1988 NBA Draft as the second ever draft pick in the franchise’s history. In his 11 NBA seasons, he totaled 6,596 points in 604 games and retired as a member of the Vancouver Grizzlies in 2001. Following his NBA career, Edwards was a producer for Extra Film Productions where he provided the funding and oversaw the production of the film “MVP” that was accepted by the 2004 Sundance Film Festival.

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MATT FLEMING

TWITTER: @COACH_FLEM

VIDEO COORDINATOR | THIRD SEASON AT DEPAUL Matt Fleming joined the DePaul staff as the team’s Video Coordinator in May 2011. Fleming came to Lincoln Park after spending two seasons at VCU. Fleming’s primary responsibilities include the breakdown of game and practice footage for player development and to assist with the scouting of opponents during the season. After graduating from North Carolina in 2009 with a degree in Exercise/Sport Science and Music, Fleming

joined the VCU staff as an assistant video coordinator. Fleming was promoted in 2010 to video coordinator after the position was vacated. He assisted head coach Shaka Smart as the Rams reached the 2011 Final Four in Houston. VCU posted victories over USC, Georgetown, Purdue, Florida State and Kansas before falling to Butler in the national semifinals on their run from the First Four to the Final Four. While at North Carolina, Fleming served as a manager for the women’s basketball team from 2005-07 before becoming the team’s video coordinator in 2007. Fleming finished his masters in Sports Leadership from VCU in December 2010.

MAC CALLOWAY

DIRECTOR OF SPORTS PERFORMANCE | FOURTH SEASON AT DEPAUL Mac Calloway joined the DePaul athletics staff in April 2010 as men’s basketball strength and conditioning coach. Following the departure of the director of strength and conditioning in July, he was promoted to the director position. Under his current title of director of sports performance, Calloway oversees the strength and conditioning program for all 15 sports. He continues to primarily work with the men’s basketball program along with his staff of Chris Dresher and John Wagle to keep all DePaul student-athletes at their highest level of performance. Prior to DePaul, Calloway worked as assistant strength and conditioning coach at Miami (Fla.) since 2005. With the Hurricanes, he handled strength and conditioning duties along with pre-season, in-season and off-season programs with the men’s basketball, women’s volleyball and men’s tennis teams.

Calloway and DePaul men’s basketball coach Oliver Purnell worked together for two seasons at Dayton and Clemson. Calloway was the basketball strength and conditioning coach at Dayton during the 2002-03 season and joined Purnell at Clemson for the 2003-04 campaign. Prior to Dayton, Calloway worked with the Orlando Magic of the NBA and the Orlando Miracle of the WNBA from 2000-02 and conducted and assisted with testing at the NBA Pre-Draft Combine from 2004-08 and 2013. He also led a renovation of the DePaul weight room in the summer of 2010 that included flooring and equipment upgrades that featuring state-of-the-art Keiser lifting equipment. Keiser equipment features air resistance and cutting-edge technology that not only trains the studentathletes, but also monitors their progress. Calloway and his wife, Carrie, live in the Lincoln Park neighborhood with their son, Cole.

JEFF CARRICO

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE Jeff Carrico joined the DePaul athletics department in the summer of 2012 as an assistant director of sports medicine. Carrico primarily works with the men’s basketball program while assisting in the daily operation with the entire athletics department. Carrico spent the previous five years at the University of Cincinnati where he worked with the men’s basketball and men’s golf programs while supervising the department as the assistant athletics director for sports medicine. During his time at Cincinnati, he also worked with women’s basketball, football, women’s golf and women’s tennis.

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DePaul is Carrico’s second stop in Chicagoland as the Cincinnati native was a graduate assistant and assistant director of sports medicine at Northern Illinois from 199397. Carrico spent 10 years at Marshall University prior to his time at Cincinnati that included an eight-year stint as head athletic trainer for the Thundering Herd. He is a member of the Marshall University Sports Medicine Hall of Fame and has served as a guest speaker at the University of Cincinnati, the BIG EAST Conference and Marshall University. Carrico is a 1993 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and resides in Chicago. He is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the College Athletic Trainer’s Society.


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GREG GREENWELL

TWITTER: @DEPAULSID

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Greg Greenwell is in his 14th year at DePaul as a member of the athletics communications staff and his fifth as the director of the department. He was named to his current position in July 2009 as serving as interim director over the previous six months. In this role, Greenwell oversees the communications and publicity efforts for DePaul’s 15 intercollegiate athletics programs. He enters his 14th year at DePaul after first serving as assistant director in July 2000. Over the last 13 years, he has handled the primary communications efforts for men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, golf, cross country, and track and field. Additionally, he also handles the daily operation of DePaul’s athletics website and served as the media coordinator for the 2006 and 2012 NCAA Women’s

Basketball First and Second Rounds and assistant media coordinator for the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Chicago Regional which were held at Allstate Arena in Rosemont. Prior to joining the Blue Demons, he spent a year as the assistant media relations director at Texas Tech University, where he worked with the baseball and volleyball programs. Greenwell also spent time working for the Chicago White Sox, Indianapolis Colts and in the Indiana University media relations department. From 2005-10 he worked for MLB.com as a stats stringer at selected Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs home games. Additionally, he also worked in the media operations at the 2004 U.S. Open at Olympia Fields Country Club, the 2005 World Series at U.S. Cellular Field and the 2007 CONCACAF Golf Cup at Soldier Field. The native of Palmetto, Fla., played baseball and graduated from Flagler College in 1997 with a degree in sport management and minor in business administration. He and his wife, Jennifer, reside in the Chicago suburb of Vernon Hills with their sons, Nolan and Brady.

LINDA JEPSEN

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Linda Jepsen is in her 11th year as the administrative assistant for the Blue Demon men’s basketball staff. Jepsen is responsible for the daily operation of the basketball office. Among her duties are handling head coach Oliver Purnell’s schedule as well as travel arrangements and general clerical and administrative responsibilities for the entire coaching staff. In addition to her role with the men’s basketball program, Jepsen was elected president of DePaul’s Staff Council in June 2012. Jepsen joined the Blue Demons after spending 11 years as a member of the Conference USA staff, where

she was the Director of Sports Services. She joined the league in 1992 when it was formed as the Great Midwest Conference and continued her duties when C-USA was born in 1996. In her duties at the Chicago-based conference, she provided executive support to the Commissioner and associates, handled budgetary issues, worked on competition schedules, coordinated travel and hotel arrangements and served as a liaison to institutional staff at remote locations. Jepsen got her start in athletics in 1977 when she was the Administrative Assistant to the Athletic Director at Oak Park River Forest High School, a position she held until 1992. Jepsen, who graduated from DePaul’s School for New Learning in the spring of 2008, resides in LaGrange, Ill. Linda has a son Erik and daughter Britta, who is a DePaul graduate.

TRACY MOSS

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS ACADEMIC ADVISING Tracy Moss is in her sixth year at DePaul as an assistant director of athletics academic advising. She handles the day-to-day academic services for the men’s basketball and women’s tennis programs while also acting as the department’s tutor coordinator. Over the last four seasons, 15 men’s basketball student-athletes have earned BIG EAST All-Academic Team honors while the team posted it’s best academic effort in program history in 2010-11. Additionally, Moss also helped DePaul’s cumulative grade point average for all 15 programs set a record at 3.353 in 2009-10.

Moss joined DePaul in September 2008 following a year as assistant director of academic services for student-athletes at Eastern Illinois University. Moss was a four-year student-athlete at the University of Illinois as a member of the track and field team. In her four-year career was listed as a top five performer in the discus and was a three-time Big Ten Scholar-Athlete Award winner. She graduated with degrees in accounting and finance from Illinois in 2003 before completing her masters degree in sport management from Illinois in 2006. Moss lives on Chicago’s northside and has completed multiple marathons including the Chicago marathon in 2004, 2006 and 2012.

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REV. DENNIS H. HOLTSCHNEIDER, C.M.

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

The Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M., is president of DePaul University, the nation’s largest Catholic university and the largest private university in the Midwest. Recognized as a national advocate for the advancement of mission-based Catholic education, he serves as a trustee of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, Chicago Catholic Schools Board, and Chicago History Museum. He also is vice chairman of the board of the Ascension Health Alliance, the nation’s largest Catholic and largest nonprofit health system, and represents the university on the steering committee of the Illinois Business Immigration Coalition. Father Holtschneider became DePaul’s 11th president on July 1, 2004 and oversees a $565.9 million budget, 24,966 students and 950 full-time faculty on five Chicago campuses. He led DePaul through the successful completion of the 2006 and 2012 strategic plans and recently launched the current plan, “Vision 2018: Dedication to Excellence, Commitment to Community,” which will enhance academic quality and educational innovation, deepen connections to the global city of Chicago, strengthen DePaul’s Catholic and Vincentian identity, foster diversity and inclusion and ensure the university’s financial strength. During Father Holtschneider’s tenure, the university developed its “Many Dreams, One Mission” capital campaign, which surpassed its original goal to raise $250 million. The campaign goal was increased to $300 million, including a target of $100 million for student scholarships. A Detroit native, he studied at Harvard University and received his doctorate in administration, planning and social policy in 1997 after writing a dissertation on the

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early history of financial aid in the United States. He has been a case researcher and writer for Harvard’s schools of Education, Medicine and Public Health. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Niagara University in 1985, studied for the priesthood at Mary Immaculate Seminary in Northampton, Pa., and was ordained in 1989. Father Holtschneider’s leadership and expertise stem from a broad range of higher education experiences. He was an administrator with St. John’s University in Queens, N.Y., from 1996 to 1999, first as assistant dean of Notre Dame College and later as associate dean of the university’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Concurrently, he served as an assistant professor of higher education in St. John’s Graduate School of Education. He gained a university-wide perspective as executive vice president and chief operating officer at Niagara University in Niagara Falls, N.Y., from 2000 to 2004, where he directed the university’s strategic planning efforts and daily operations. Adding research to experience, Father Holtschneider led two national studies examining trends in governance and leadership in American Catholic colleges and universities. He is the author of one book and numerous articles on U.S. higher education and Catholic higher education, as well as a frequent consultant and speaker on these topics. Currently, he is a professor of education at DePaul and a faculty member in the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Management Development Program, as well as Boston College’s Institute for Administrators in Catholic Higher Education. Father Holtschneider has been honored widely for his work on a variety of issues. Recent recognition includes an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, New York (2013), listing as one of Diversity MBA Magazine’s Top 100 under 50 Diverse Executive Leaders (2012), and the Vincentian Charism Award from All Hallows College in Dublin, Ireland (2011).


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JEAN LENTI PONSETTO

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

One of the nation’s most widely respected leaders in intercollegiate athletics and a driving force behind the continuing expansion and development of DePaul’s athletics program, Jean Lenti Ponsetto is now in her 12th year as DePaul’s Director of Athletics and her 39th as a member of the Blue Demon athletic family. Jeanne was named to her current position on July 1, 2002 and the Blue Demons have experienced tremendous success both on and off the playing field ever since. Ponsetto also guided the DePaul efforts in 2003 when the University announced it would join the BIG EAST Conference in 2005. An advocate for student-athlete welfare, Ponsetto initiated and provided the leadership for the SullivanMcGrath Athletics Capital Campaign which has yielded the funding resources for the renovation of Wish Soccer Field, the creation of the Cacciatore Softball Stadium and renovation of the Cherry Family Indoor Track at the Ray Meyer Center. Ponsetto had an active role in helping to organize the new BIG EAST Conference which debuted on July 1, 2013 with seven members of the previous conference (DePaul, Marquette, Georgetown, St. John’s, Providence, Seton Hall and Villanova) along with three new members (Butler, Creighton, Xavier). She was also involved in the new DePaul basketball arena to be located near McCormick Place and scheduled to open at the beginning of the 2016-17 season. During her first 11 years at the helm of the department, 14 of the 15 Blue Demon athletic programs have represented the school in NCAA championships including 11 straight NCAA appearances by the women’s basketball team, two trips to the Women’s College World Series for the softball program, and the men’s soccer team’s initial trip to the NCAA Tournament after winning the BIG EAST Conference regular season title. Success has also come in the classroom during Ponsetto’s tenure as more than 850 Blue Demon studentathletes have been named to conference academic honor rolls. The golf team was academic national champion in 2010, 2011 and 2012. In 2012-13, women’s basketball was ranked second nationally in the WBCA Academic Top 25 after finishing third in 2011-12. DePaul led the BIG EAST Conference with eight 2012-13 Team Academic Excellence Awards for having the highest collective grade-point averages in each conference sport. Women’s basketball, golf, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s tennis, women’s indoor track and field and women’s outdoor track and field all accumulated the highest team GPA for their respective sports. The 2008-09 academic year saw the men’s track and field program post the highest cumulative grade-point average in the country by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. Among the 16 programs in the BIG EAST Conference, the Blue Demons led the way academically in women’s basketball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s tennis,

men’s indoor track and field and men’s outdoor track and field. In the spring of 2009, she was named Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for the NCAA Division I Central Region. For the second time in her career, Ponsetto was presented NACWAA’s Administrator of the Year Award in 2003 and was the organization’s president in 2005-06. She added duties as president of the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association (D1-AAA ADA) for 2009-10. Prior to being named president, she was the second vice president for the I-AAA Athletics Directors Association. A former four-sport standout for DePaul, Ponsetto boasts a wealth of experience in three areas of DePaul athletics: as a student-athlete, coach and administrator. She had spent seven years as the senior associate director of athletics after serving 12 years as the associate director and two as an assistant director before assuming her current job in 2002. Aside from her duties at DePaul, she has served on numerous NCAA committees including a joint NCAA/ USOC Task Force. Ponsetto served the NCAA as a member of the Division I Men’s Basketball Enhancement Group and is an NCAA Champion, a program highlighting key NCAA administrators to act as spokespeople from the membership on NCAA issues. Ponsetto also chairs the Honda Awards Board of Directors and the Wade Trophy Selection Committee and is the past president of NACWAA and a member of the NACDA Division I-AAA Board of Directors. In recent years, Ponsetto served on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Issues Committee, the Division I Women’s Basketball Task Force, the Division I Recruiting/Early Scholarship Offer Working Group, the NCAA Amateurism Clearinghouse Advisory Group and the NCAA Work/Life Balance Task Force. Ponsetto spent a five-year term as Chair of the 49-member NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet, a position she assumed in 1998 after one year as a member of the Cabinet. She was the first woman to chair a Cabinet and had the longest tenure as a Cabinet chair. Under Ponsetto’s leadership, the Championships/ Competition Cabinet had several accomplishments, most notably the expansion of championship opportunities to include all conference champions, an improved awards program, a review of the Association’s bylaws with regard to playing and practice seasons, authorization and format structure for all championships, establishment of a comprehensive certification process for the I-A Football Bowl Games and certified events. During her tenure she was a member of the NCAA Division I Budget Committee and served as an adviser to the NCAA President during the NCAA negotiations with ESPN which yielded additional championship appearances and revenue for the Association. In 1999, she was one of only eight women appointed to the 29-person NCAA Division I Working Group to Study Men’s and Women’s Basketball Issues. This committee was formed to review matters important to the Division I membership such as freshman eligibility, graduation rates, summer recruiting, student-athlete welfare, gambling, agents and outside influences.

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL Ponsetto also served as a member of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Marketing Committee, which developed a plan for the potential growth in attendance and television viewership for both men’s and women’s basketball. She served on the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee from 1992-98 and was chair of the committee her final two years. In this position, Ponsetto was in charge of all aspects of the NCAA Championship including the selection of the 64-team field as well as the administration of the tournament. Additionally, she was selected to serve on the NCAA Basketball Officiating Committee, which oversees the officials’ clinics and tournament officiating. Ponsetto has received several awards for her outstanding work at DePaul and for her leadership serving the NCAA members and student-athletes. The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association named her Administrator of the Year at the 1998 Final Four and the National Association of Collegiate Women’s Athletic Administrators (NACWAA) named her Administrator of the Year that same year. Subsequently, Ponsetto was annually appointed to the NACWAA Board of Directors. In September 1999, Ponsetto was honored by DePaul with a Spirit of DePaul Award given to five members of the DePaul community for their university leadership and service in the spirit of St. Vincent dePaul. A gifted public speaker, Ponsetto was the Master of Ceremonies at the 2002 and 2008 Honda Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Awards Program and has been a faculty member at the NACWAA Executive Institute and a presenter at NCAA Regional Compliance seminars and NCAA Student Leadership Conferences. She is also a frequent guest on radio and television programs regarding issues that face intercollegiate athletics today and has served as a color analyst for Fox Sports Net during telecasts for college basketball, volleyball and softball contests. She also served as a studio analyst in 2000 for ESPN during the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship. Since moving into an administrative position over 20 years ago at DePaul, Ponsetto has had a significant impact on the status of the DePaul intercollegiate sports scene. She introduced four women’s sports - indoor and outdoor track, cross country and women’s soccer - to varsity status at DePaul. Under her direction DePaul has built several athletic facilities including the Sullivan Athletic Center that opened in 2000, the Ray Meyer Fitness Recreation Center that opened in 1999 and the recently completed projects in Cacciatore Stadium, Wish Field and the Cherry Family Indoor Track. Recently she negotiated long-term contracts with Ruffled Feathers Golf Club as home for the men’s golf program as well as Lane Stadium as a home for the men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams. In 1983, Ponsetto was also instrumental in the formation of the North Star Conference of which DePaul was a charter member until leaving the league in 1991. During DePaul’s tenure in the North Star, she served as the commissioner from 1987-89. Her stint as commissioner was highlighted by the addition of four new members and the expansion of the sports information services. Jeanne also served as chairperson of the basketball committee for six years.

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With the formation of the Great Midwest Conference in 1991 and Conference USA in 1995, Ponsetto added several additional duties to her resume. She was the first chair of the Great Midwest Woman Administrators Committee and was also a member of the Conference USA Compliance Coordinators Committee. She also has been tournament manager for the Great Midwest and Conference USA women’s basketball, volleyball, rifle, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor track and men’s and women’s tennis championships when DePaul served as host. In 1998-99, she served as chair of the Senior Woman Administrators and served on the C-USA Television Committee and both the men’s and women’s basketball task forces. Ponsetto was one of 16 administrators selected nationally to serve on the NCAA’s Life Skills Task Force in 1993. This was a project sponsored by the NCAA Educational Services to assist institutions in the preparation of student-athletes for the out-of-the classroom learning experiences they encounter. The program components include Academics, Athletics, Personal Development, Community Service and Career Development. Ponsetto is a member of both NACDA and NACWAA and is also involved in several community and charitable organizations. Ponsetto, who is a member of the DePaul Athletic Hall of Fame, began her association with Blue Demon athletics as a member of the tennis, volleyball and women’s basketball teams in 1974-75. She participated in softball when it was added as a varsity sport two years later. Following graduation in 1978, she was named the school’s first assistant women’s basketball coach by then head coach Doug Bruno. Ironically, she then hired him as head women’s coach when he returned to that position in 1988. Her work within the Chicago sports scene has been duly noted. Ponsetto was named one of the top 100 most influential women in Chicago by the Chicago Sun-Times (she was ranked second in sports category behind Chicago Bears owner Virginia McCaskey) in 2004, and in the spring of 2003 she was awarded the Leonardo Da Vinci Outstanding Achievement in Education Award by the Sons of Italy. Ponsetto was inducted into the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame in 2007, whose membership includes Ray Meyer, Mike Ditka, Walter Payton and Michael Jordan. Married to former Blue Demon basketball star Joe Ponsetto, the current Assistant Village Manager and Village Prosecutor in west suburban Maywood, she comes from a family intertwined in education and athletics. One brother, Frank Lenti, is head football coach at Mt. Carmel High School in Chicago. In the fall of 1999, the Chicago Tribune named Frank as the high school football coach of the century in Illinois. Another brother, David, is an assistant under Frank with the Caravan. Two other brothers work for the DePaul athletics department as Michael is the Director of Athletic Facilities and Eugene is the school’s all-time winningest coach as the head softball coach. Jeanne’s sister Marilyn, who recently retired as the Teacher Coordinator for Students with Learning Disabilities in south suburban Dolton, is a DePaul graduate as are Eugene and David.


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2012-13 RESULTS Overall: 11-21 (home: 7-10 | away: 4-8 | neutral: 0-3) BIG EAST: 2-16 (home: 1-8 | away: 1-8) Leading Leading Leading Date W/L Score Opponent (attendance) Scorer Rebounder Assists Nov. 9 W 91-59 UC Riverside (3,554)** Young (20) Melvin (7) Young (5) Robertson (7) Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill.) Nov. 15 L 59-71 Gardner-Webb (7,011) Melvin (18) Melvin (8) Clahar (5) Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill.) Nov. 17 W 98-67 Austin Peay (7,398) Melvin (26) Crockett (8) Young (5) Melvin (8) Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 20 L 62-75 vs. Wichita State (902) Young (19) Melvin (8) Young (5) Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) Nov. 21 L 61-70 vs. Western Kentucky (902) Melvin (22) Melvin (13) Morgan (3) Nov. 27 W 85-78 Fairfield (7,017) Melvin (30) Kirk (9) Young (5) SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) Nov. 30 W 80-76 at Auburn (5,827) Melvin (21) Melvin (10) Young (5) Dec. 5 W 74-64 at Chicago State (2,691) Young (21) Melvin (10) Young (6) Dec. 9 W 84-50 Milwaukee (7,025) Kirk (14) Clahar (8) Clahar (10) Dec. 12 W 78-61 at Arizona State (5,401) Young (18) Melvin (10) Young (9) Dec. 16 W 69-64 Northern Illinois (7,155) Young (15) Clahar (6) Young (5) Dec. 22 W 69-61 UMBC (7,054) Melvin (24) Melvin (8) Clahar (5) Young (5) Dec. 29 L 61-69 Loyola-Chicago (8,020) Young (18) Melvin (8) Crockett (4) Jan. 2 L 72-73 Seton Hall* (7,189) Crockett (16) Crockett (7) McDonald (3) Young (3) Jan. 5 W 83-73 at Providence* (6,853) Melvin (23) Melvin (9) Crockett (4) Young (4) Jan. 8 L 78-99 at Connecticut* (9,156) Young (35) Melvin (5) Young (5) Jan. 15 L 70-75 --/#24 Cincinnati* (8,120) Melvin (32) Melvin (8) Clahar (4) McKinney (4) Young (4) Jan. 19 L 62-71 St. John’s* (7,785) Crocket (19) Young (10) Crockett (3) McDonald (3) Young (3) Jan. 26 L 55-93 at Pittsburgh* (12,512) Young (13) Crockett (5) Young (5) Melvin (5) Young (5) Jan. 30 L 74-79 (OT) at St. John’s* (4,949) Young (21) Melvin (13) Young (5) Feb. 2 L 71-79 (OT) Notre Dame* (11,354) Young (15) Melvin (10) Young (5) Feb. 5 L 71-94 Villanova* (7,602) Melvin (19) Clahar (7) Clahar (5) Young (5) Feb. 9 L 78-89 at #24/-- Marquette* (16,176) Young (21) Kirk (4) Young (6) Melvin (4) Feb. 13 L 78-82 (OT) at #21/21 Notre Dame* (8,554) Melvin (23) Crockett (4) Clahar (7) Kirk (4) Melvin (4) Young (4) Feb. 16 W 75-69 Rutgers* (8,520) Clahar (19) Kirk (7) Clahar (7) Feb. 20 L 66-90 at #11/11 Georgetown* (9,987) Young (16) Kirk (8) Young (4) Feb. 23 L 69-81 Connecticut* (8,662) Melvin (20) Melvin (10) Clahar (7) Feb. 27 L 58-79 #10/9 Louisville* (8,654) Young (22) Kirk (9) Young (6) March 3 L 73-83 at USF* (5,383) Melvin (18) McKinney (7) Clahar (6) Young (18) March 6 L 57-78 at #17/16 Syracuse* (23,380) Melvin (15) Melvin (8) Young (6) March 9 L 66-81 #20/22 Pittsburgh* (8,454) Young (22) Clahar (2) Young (3) Kirk (2) Melvin (2) Young (2) BIG EAST Championship (New York, N.Y.) March 12 L 57-76 vs. (11) Rutgers (20,057) Melvin (25) Young (4) Young (4) *BIG EAST game | **home game played at McGrath-Phillips Arena

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Score By Periods: 1st 2nd OT Total DePaul 1101 1165 18 2284 Opponents 1190 1184 35 2409 Deadball Rebounds: Off. Def. Total DePaul 79 5 84 Opponents 94 1 95

Attendance Summary Home Away Neutral Totals

TOTAL 3-PTS ## Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off 20 Brandon Young 32-32 1008-31.5 180-411 .438 31-99 .313 144-194 .742 27 12 Cleveland Melvin 32-31 994-31.1 216-451 .479 15-51 .294 84-124 .677 81 21 Jamee Crockett 28-19 641-22.9 85-228 .373 25-94 .266 48-68 .706 31 0 Worrel Clahar 32-10 792-24.8 80-196 .408 20-75 .267 54-75 .720 15 23 Donnavan Kirk 31-30 791-25.5 78-159 .491 12-31 .387 24-34 .706 40 15 Moses Morgan 29-3 548-18.9 59-182 .324 32-105 .305 22-30 .733 17 32 Charles McKinney 30-23 599-20.0 62-125 .496 6-17 .353 29-46 .630 26 25 Durrell McDonald 32-9 355-11.1 39-89 .438 10-25 .400 5-10 .500 3 10 Derrell Robertson 32-2 415-13.0 24-47 .511 0-1 .000 12-17 .706 44 35 Montray Clemons 19-0 95-5.0 10-20 .500 0-1 .000 5-7 .714 10 30 Peter Ryckbosch 17-0 84-4.9 8-12 .667 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 11 2 Edwind McGhee 18-0 108-6.0 4-19 .211 2-11 .182 7-9 .778 5 3 Jodan Price 8-0 19-2.4 1-9 .111 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 0 34 Stuart Pirri 9-1 11-1.2 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0 13 Cory Dolins 9-0 15-1.7 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 Team 73 Totals 32 847-1951 .434 155-518 .299 435-618 .704 383 Opponents 32 881-1879 .469 175-479 .365 472-681 .693 395

2012-13 OVERALL STATISTICS

Games 17 12 3 32

Totals Avg./Game 130,574 7,681 110,869 9,239 21,861 7,287 263,304 8,228

REBOUNDS Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 80 107 3.3 55-0 146 86 5 49 535 16.7 136 217 6.8 58-0 25 72 26 39 531 16.6 70 101 3.6 70-3 35 40 10 29 243 8.7 96 111 3.5 81-1 106 68 4 42 234 7.3 81 121 3.9 65-1 14 23 50 11 192 6.2 49 66 2.3 35-0 29 35 10 18 172 5.9 48 74 2.5 67-0 44 45 6 34 159 5.3 27 30 0.9 51-0 22 38 1 20 93 2.9 38 82 2.6 84-1 2 18 17 7 60 1.9 11 21 1.1 15-0 1 11 3 0 25 1.3 9 20 1.2 23-2 2 4 1 4 17 1.0 14 19 1.1 4-0 10 5 0 11 17 0.9 2 2 0.3 1-0 1 4 0 1 3 0.4 1 1 0.1 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 0.3 0 0 0.0 2-0 3 2 0 0 0 0.0 50 123 4.0 1 6 712 1095 34.2 612-8 440 457 133 265 2284 71.4 825 1220 38.1 553-- 469 498 146 260 2409 75.3

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Score By Periods: 1st 2nd OT Total DePaul 592 646 18 1256 Opponents 717 716 35 1468 Deadball Rebounds: Off. Def. Total DePaul 38 2 40 Opponents 54 0 54

TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 20 Brandon Young 18-18 595-33.1 105-245 .429 16-55 .291 83-110 .755 16 45 61 3.4 35-0 84 47 2 28 309 17.2 12 Cleveland Melvin 18-17 582-32.3 121-263 .460 9-34 .265 33-49 .673 45 66 111 6.2 33-0 11 35 15 17 284 15.8 21 Jamee Crockett 18-11 439-24.4 57-157 .363 20-67 .299 33-44 .750 19 40 59 3.3 48-3 22 27 7 18 167 9.3 0 Worrel Clahar 18-7 432-24.0 44-109 .404 10-39 .256 33-44 .750 10 37 47 2.6 55-1 60 35 4 16 131 7.3 23 Donnavan Kirk 17-17 476-28.0 46-93 .495 10-20 .500 7-11 .636 27 50 77 4.5 34-1 7 16 23 8 109 6.4 32 Charles McKinney 17-17 345-20.3 35-75 .467 6-17 .353 17-27 .630 13 32 45 2.6 38-0 27 23 1 20 93 5.5 15 Moses Morgan 15-0 263-17.5 26-81 .321 15-47 .319 7-9 .778 9 22 31 2.1 16-0 11 19 4 9 74 4.9 35 Montray Clemons 9-0 52-5.8 7-15 .467 0-1 .000 3-3 1.000 7 7 14 1.6 8-0 0 5 1 0 17 1.9 25 Durrell McDonald 18-1 160-8.9 13-35 .371 4-10 .400 3-4 .750 2 11 13 0.7 22-0 14 17 0 8 33 1.8 10 Derrell Robertson 18-1 202-11.2 9-19 .474 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 20 14 34 1.9 46-1 2 11 6 2 20 1.1 2 Edwind McGhee 10-0 55-5.5 2-11 .182 1-6 .167 5-7 .714 4 6 10 1.0 1-0 2 2 0 6 10 1.0 30 Peter Ryckbosch 10-0 59-5.9 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 8 3 11 1.1 18-2 2 2 1 3 9 0.9 3 Jodan Price 4-0 5-1.3 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 0.3 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0.0 34 Stuart Pirri 5-1 6-1.2 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 13 Cory Dolins 4-0 4-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Team 36 26 62 3.4 1 6 Totals 18 469-1111 .422 91-298 .305 227-316 .718 216 360 576 32.0 355-8 243 247 64 135 1256 69.8 Opponents 18 528-1049 .503 105-257 .409 307-423 .726 221 477 698 38.8 292-- 289 256 97 141 1468 81.6

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Game Score DePaul 91 UC Riverside 59 DePaul 59 Gardner-Webb 71 DePaul 98 Austin Peay 67 DePaul 62 vs. Wichita State 75 DePaul 61 vs. Western Kentucky 70 DePaul 85 Fairfield 78 DePaul 80 at Auburn 76 DePaul 74 at Chicago State 64 DePaul 84 Milwaukee 50 DePaul 78 at Arizona State 61 DePaul 69 Northern Illinois 64 DePaul 69 UMBC 61 DePaul 61 Loyola-Chicago 69 DePaul 72 Seton Hall 73 DePaul 83 at Providence 73 DePaul 78 at Connecticut 99

1-2-OT 39-52 28-31 24-35 34-37 58-40 30-37 22-40 27-48 27-34 41-29 45-40 37-41 42-38 46-30 30-44 44-20 45-39 27-23 42-36 33-28 33-36 31-33 38-31 30-31 33-28 33-36 32-40 40-33 37-46 30-43 34-44 54-45

FG-FGA 36-73 21-51 23-54 26-62 40-78 21-53 15-49 28-65 25-66 28-67 34-67 29-56 26-54 28-64 22-57 23-60 35-70 16-62 34-68 25-58 22-47 26-65 20-49 24-61 24-55 25-52 27-59 27-58 27-62 24-63 31-70 36-73

Pct. .493 .412 .426 .419 .513 .396 .306 .431 .379 .418 .507 .518 .481 .438 .386 .383 .500 .258 .500 .431 .468 .400 .408 .393 .436 .481 .458 .466 .435 .381 .443 .493

3FG-3FGA 11-21 5-17 2-13 7-19 9-23 4-16 5-22 4-16 1-14 4-15 3-10 7-17 9-17 6-16 4-15 6-16 2-15 1-17 5-14 3-15 4-14 5-15 4-14 5-15 2-10 7-17 3-10 10-24 5-15 3-15 5-17 6-16

Pct. .524 .294 .154 .368 .391 .250 .227 .250 .071 .267 .300 .412 .529 .375 .267 .375 .133 .059 .357 .200 .286 .333 .286 .333 .200 .412 .300 .417 .333 .200 .294 .375

FT-FTA 8-9 12-24 11-18 12-17 9-17 21-29 27-38 15-26 10-15 10-12 14-19 13-17 19-34 14-21 26-33 12-18 12-15 17-24 5-10 8-19 21-25 7-8 25-37 8-17 11-20 12-19 15-25 9-14 24-29 22-34 11-13 21-27

Pct. OReb. DReb. Reb. .889 13 26 39 .500 11 24 35 .611 9 22 31 .706 18 26 44 .529 17 25 42 .724 10 26 36 .711 10 31 41 .577 14 31 45 .667 13 26 39 .833 12 30 42 .737 14 20 34 .765 8 23 31 .559 9 23 32 .667 16 27 43 .788 20 28 48 .667 10 20 30 .800 11 36 47 .708 14 25 39 .500 12 32 44 .421 7 27 34 .840 7 22 29 .875 18 21 39 .676 12 27 39 .471 16 22 38 .550 14 20 34 .632 11 19 30 .600 11 21 32 .643 13 27 40 .828 8 27 35 .647 16 28 44 .846 10 19 29 .778 19 30 49

2012-13 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME Ast. 17 8 9 14 23 11 10 12 8 15 17 19 18 15 11 11 19 9 16 13 15 13 13 12 9 13 10 19 13 12 13 17

TO 13 24 12 13 17 27 16 11 15 13 11 19 13 14 21 19 13 17 14 13 20 22 18 20 15 15 12 21 15 23 15 13

Blk. 2 0 6 2 5 6 4 6 7 3 5 3 4 4 5 4 8 2 5 5 8 3 4 3 3 3 1 2 3 3 7 4

Stls. 13 9 10 7 16 7 6 9 9 8 11 4 10 8 7 12 8 7 6 6 7 13 12 14 9 8 13 7 8 10 6 10

PF-D 21-0 10-0 19-0 17-0 23-0 15-0 26-0 31-1 15-0 14-0 15-0 18-0 21-0 24-0 17-0 21-1 23-0 16-1 22-0 14-0 13-0 23-0 15-0 25-1 16-0 15-0 17-0 18-0 28-1 20-0 20-1 16-0

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Game DePaul Cincinnati DePaul St. John’s DePaul at Pittsburgh DePaul at St. John’s DePaul Notre Dame DePaul Villanova DePaul at Marquette DePaul at Notre Dame DePaul Rutgers DePaul at Georgetown DePaul Connecticut DePaul Louisville DePaul at USF DePaul at Syracuse DePaul Pittsburgh DePaul Rutgers

Score 70 75 62 71 55 93 74 79 71 79 71 94 78 89 78 82 75 69 66 90 69 81 58 79 73 83 57 78 66 81 57 76

1-2-OT FG-FGA 38-32 31-66 41-34 25-42 33-29 25-72 35-36 29-59 30-25 18-65 53-40 35-71 31-38-5 25-70 38-31-10 28-71 30-40-1 26-65 39-31-9 27-62 40-31 26-58 40-54 34-57 38-40 29-59 43-46 31-55 32-34-12 33-68 43-23-16 28-56 32-43 27-59 32-37 25-54 29-37 25-65 43-47 33-52 37-32 28-58 34-47 30-50 25-33 23-64 34-45 26-56 33-40 28-53 37-46 31-57 26-31 20-53 35-43 26-67 35-31 20-45 46-35 33-46 31-26 22-53 32-44 33-54

Pct. .470 .595 .347 .492 .277 .493 .357 .394 .400 .435 .448 .596 .492 .564 .485 .500 .458 .463 .385 .635 .483 .600 .359 .464 .528 .544 .377 .388 .444 .717 .415 .611

3FG-3FGA 2-14 6-13 5-25 0-4 5-18 5-14 6-24 6-12 6-18 4-13 9-21 10-18 9-20 3-11 8-16 5-11 3-12 5-12 3-16 9-15 5-15 11-22 1-9 2-8 4-13 9-17 5-18 2-18 7-17 9-14 3-18 6-11

Pct. .143 .462 .200 .000 .278 .357 .250 .500 .333 .308 .429 .556 .450 .273 .500 .455 .250 .417 .188 .600 .333 .500 .111 .250 .308 .529 .278 .111 .412 .643 .167 .545

FT-FTA 6-8 19-31 7-9 13-20 14-24 18-24 18-20 17-27 13-20 21-32 10-13 16-22 11-12 24-27 4-7 21-28 18-24 14-20 13-20 15-21 8-13 10-12 11-17 25-31 13-16 12-13 12-24 24-31 19-22 6-9 10-12 4-7

Pct. OReb. DReb. Reb. .750 9 18 27 .613 7 28 35 .778 17 26 43 .650 10 31 41 .583 15 19 34 .750 20 38 58 .900 21 31 52 .630 15 24 39 .650 14 28 42 .656 12 30 42 .769 7 20 27 .727 7 26 33 .917 11 13 24 .889 12 18 30 .571 6 19 25 .750 13 31 44 .750 17 21 38 .700 12 18 30 .650 19 17 36 .714 5 26 31 .615 5 16 21 .833 5 27 32 .647 17 16 33 .806 17 29 46 .813 7 18 25 .923 9 21 30 .500 15 23 38 .774 22 25 47 .864 7 8 15 .667 7 20 27 .833 6 14 20 .571 9 27 36

Ast. 13 15 14 9 10 23 13 11 16 13 13 18 14 18 21 21 17 12 11 22 15 18 13 15 17 14 11 11 9 21 12 15

TO 10 19 18 18 18 18 18 5 11 7 16 13 10 9 7 15 12 13 14 11 11 17 19 18 13 10 18 10 10 16 12 15

Blk. 2 12 1 5 1 9 7 11 6 6 6 1 4 3 5 3 1 1 3 7 2 2 5 7 4 4 3 12 3 5 3 5

Stls. 10 2 11 13 8 9 3 12 2 8 3 7 6 3 7 3 8 8 5 10 14 6 10 12 4 6 6 9 11 6 6 7

PF-D 21-0 15-0 17-1 8-0 23-0 19-0 23-0 16-0 23-0 19-0 16-0 16-0 26-1 14-0 23-1 10-0 17-1 21-0 18-0 16-0 12-0 14-0 18-0 18-0 14-0 15-0 25-0 19-1 14-1 18-0 11-0 18-0

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Clahar McGhee Price Robertson Melvin Dolins Morgan Young Crockett Kirk McDonald Ryckbosch McKinney Pirri Clemons 0 2 3 10 12 13 15 20 21 23 25 30 32 34 35 8-2-3 0-0-0 3-0-0 4-7-0 16-7-0 0-0-0 8-3-3 20-2-5 6-5-1 8-4-1 7-1-2 0-2-0 6-2-0 3-0-0 2-1-0 0-6-5 0-1-0 dnp 2-1-0 18-8-0 dnp 7-1-0 10-1-2 4-3-0 8-2-0 4-1-2 0-1-0 6-0-0 dnp 0-1-0 4-2-3 5-3-3 0-1-0 7-3-0 26-8-3 0-0-1 15-0-2 17-5-5 5-8-2 2-2-2 9-2-0 2-1-0 4-1-2 0-1-0 2-1-0 7-3-1 0-1-1 dnp 1-2-0 11-8-1 dnp 15-5-1 19-6-5 dnp 5-4-0 0-1-0 dnp 2-3-1 dnp 2-1-0 4-6-0 2-1-2 dnp 0-2-0 22-13-0 dnp 8-4-3 12-0-2 dnp 9-5-1 4-1-0 dnp dnp dnp 0-1-0 3-4-1 0-0-1 dnp 0-2-0 30-6-3 dnp 5-2-2 20-4-5 dnp 10-9-0 6-1-1 dnp 11-2-4 dnp 0-0-0 11-3-3 dnp dnp 4-3-0 21-10-2 dnp 7-1-3 19-3-5 dnp 7-3-1 5-2-1 dnp 6-5-3 dnp 0-0-0 11-9-4 dnp dnp 4-6-0 12-10-1 0-0-0 7-4-0 21-5-6 7-3-0 3-3-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 7-0-0 dnp 0-0-0 4-8-10 0-3-1 0-0-0 2-5-0 11-5-1 0-0-0 9-4-2 13-6-3 13-6-1 14-1-0 6-0-0 6-2-0 4-2-1 0-0-0 2-2-0 14-4-2 dnp dnp 8-5-0 12-10-0 dnp 11-5-1 18-4-9 6-3-0 2-2-1 3-1-1 0-1-0 4-4-2 dnp dnp 8-6-3 dnp dnp 6-3-0 12-3-3 dnp 0-1-0 15-4-5 14-3-3 2-0-1 5-1-0 dnp 7-2-0 dnp dnp 10-3-5 dnp dnp 2-5-0 24-8-0 dnp 3-2-1 9-1-5 11-6-0 5-5-0 3-3-1 dnp 2-1-1 dnp dnp 10-5-3 dnp dnp 0-4-0 7-8-0 dnp 1-1-0 18-1-1 8-4-4 6-1-0 6-1-0 dnp 5-4-1 dnp dnp 5-0-2 dnp dnp 4-3-0 6-3-0 dnp 2-4-1 15-5-3 16-7-1 2-1-0 12-2-3 dnp 10-3-0 dnp dnp 5-4-1 dnp dnp 2-2-0 23-9-0 dnp 10-1-2 15-3-4 15-6-4 8-6-0 5-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-2 dnp dnp 6-2-4 1-2-0 0-0-0 2-1-0 18-5-0 0-0-0 2-4-0 35-4-5 8-4-0 dnp 2-0-3 4-4-1 dnp 0-0-0 dnp 0-3-4 dnp dnp 2-2-0 32-8-0 dnp 2-1-0 18-2-4 2-1-1 4-4-0 0-2-0 dnp 10-3-4 dnp dnp 2-0-0 dnp dnp 2-4-0 16-8-1 dnp 9-1-2 6-10-3 19-4-3 6-5-0 0-1-3 dnp 2-6-2 dnp dnp 3-0-2 2-1-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 7-5-0 0-0-0 11-2-0 13-5-5 3-5-1 3-3-0 2-0-0 2-3-0 3-2-1 0-0-0 6-2-0 5-4-2 dnp dnp 0-2-0 10-13-0 dnp 13-5-1 21-3-5 14-6-2 6-6-1 0-2-1 dnp 5-4-1 dnp 0-1-0 9-5-1 dnp dnp 0-1-0 13-10-0 dnp 0-3-1 15-1-5 13-6-4 11-7-1 0-1-1 dnp 10-3-3 dnp 0-1-0 12-7-5 2-1-0 dnp 0-1-0 19-5-0 dnp 3-0-1 11-1-5 16-3-0 3-4-1 3-2-0 0-0-0 2-1-1 dnp 0-1-0 16-2-4 3-0-0 dnp 0-3-0 9-4-1 dnp dnp 21-3-6 2-1-0 16-4-1 0-0-0 0-0-1 9-3-1 dnp 2-2-0 5-2-7 0-0-1 dnp 0-1-0 23-4-2 dnp dnp 20-4-6 10-4-2 16-4-0 0-0-0 2-1-0 2-3-3 dnp dnp 19-4-7 0-1-0 dnp 4-5-0 15-6-2 dnp dnp 16-6-3 5-1-1 11-7-0 0-0-1 dnp 5-4-3 dnp dnp 4-2-3 2-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-6-2 dnp 3-1-1 16-7-4 10-1-0 8-8-1 5-0-0 1-2-0 4-2-0 dnp 5-2-0 10-2-7 dnp dnp 2-0-0 20-10-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 13-1-6 7-2-1 6-2-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 9-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 6-2-3 0-2-0 dnp 2-4-2 20-3-0 dnp 4-3-0 22-0-6 0-1-0 2-9-0 0-0-1 0-1-0 2-2-1 dnp dnp 4-4-6 dnp dnp 0-1-0 18-2-0 dnp 6-2-0 18-2-5 9-3-1 5-2-0 0-0-1 dnp 13-7-4 dnp dnp 1-2-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-3-0 15-8-2 0-0-0 9-2-1 12-2-6 8-4-0 2-3-1 2-0-0 0-0-0 4-1-0 0-0-0 4-4-0 19-2-2 0-1-0 dnp 0-1-0 12-2-1 dnp 0-1-1 22-2-3 10-0-1 0-2-1 0-1-0 dnp 3-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 9-3-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 25-2-0 0-0-0 2-2-0 15-4-4 2-1-2 2-3-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 2-3-2 0-0-0 0-0-1

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UC Riverside Gardner-Webb Austin Peay vs. Wichita State vs. W. Kentucky Fairfield at Auburn at Chicago State Milwaukee at Arizona State Northern Illinois UMBC Loyola-Chicago Seton Hall at Providence at Connecticut Cincinnati St. John’s at Pittsburgh at St. John’s Notre Dame Villanova at Marquette at Notre Dame Rutgers at Georgetown Connecticut Louisville at USF at Syracuse Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers

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(includes player ties) Points Rebounds Assists Blocks Double Triple Individual Game Leaders Player G-GS 10-19 20-29 30+ 10-14 15+ 7+ 3+ Double Double Pts. Reb. Ast. Clahar 32-9 10 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 4 9 Clemons 19-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Crockett 28-19 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 3 Dolins 9-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kirk 31-30 6 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 1 7 0 McDonald 32-9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 McGhee 18-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 McKinney 30-23 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Melvin 32-31 16 8 2 7 0 0 2 7 0 14 21 0 Morgan 29-3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Pirri 9-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Price 8-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Robertson 32-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Ryckbosch 17-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Young 32-32 21 8 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 15 5 24 Team Totals - 77 16 3 8 0 5 10 7 0 - - - Scored DePaul’s First Points Young...............................................10 Melvin...............................................8 Kirk....................................................4 McKinney...........................................4 Crockett.............................................3 Morgan..............................................2 Clahar................................................1

How DePaul Scored First Points Lay-up..............................................10 Three-pointer....................................8 Jumper...............................................6 Free Throw........................................3 Rebound and Putback.......................3 Dunk..................................................2 Three-point play................................1 Follow-Up Dunk................................ --

Jump Balls Controlled DePaul...........................................20* Opponents.....................................15* *includes overtime at St. John’s, against Notre Dame and at Notre Dame

2012-13 TEAM STATISTICAL BREAKDOWN Games 11 wins 21 losses

FG% .472 .414

3FG% .347 .276

FT% .718 .694

DePaul PPG RPG 80.5 38.8 66.6 31.8

APG 16.3 12.4

SPG 9.6 7.6

BPG 4.5 4.0

TPG 15.2 13.8

FG% .405 .502

Opponents PPG RPG 65.6 36.3 80.3 39.1

TPG 19.2 13.7

Games 17 home 12 away 3 neutral

FG% .449 .427 .369

3FG% .299 .335 .167

FT% .701 .702 .723

DePaul PPG RPG 72.4 33.7 72.8 35.2 60.0 33.3

APG 14.2 14.0 10.0

SPG 9.9 6.3 7.0

BPG 4.0 4.3 4.7

TPG 14.0 14.7 14.3

FG% .469 .466 .478

Opponents PPG RPG 71.8 36.4 80.6 39.9 73.7 41.0

TPG 17.6 13.3 13.0

2012-13 RECORD BY STARTING LINEUP (W-L) (2-9) (1-7) (3-1) (3-0) (1-1) (1-1) (0-1) (0-1)

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C Kirk (F) Kirk (F) Kirk (F) Kirk (F) Kirk (F) Robertson (C) Kirk (F) Kirk (F)

F Melvin Melvin Melvin Melvin Melvin Melvin Melvin Pirri

F/G Crockett (F) Clahar (G) Crockett (F) McDonald (G) Morgan (F) Crockett (F) Morgan (F) McKinney (G)

G McKinney McKinney McDonald McKinney Crockett McDonald Clahar Clahar

G Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young


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2012-13 MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS

DePaul’s Record When... Leading at half............................................ 8-1 Trailing at half........................................... 2-18 Tied at half.................................................. 1-2 Leading with 5:00 remaining.................... 11-1 Trailing with 5:00 remaining..................... 0-19 Tied with 5:00 remaining........................... 0-1 In overtime................................................. 0-3 DePaul outrebounds opponent.................. 8-4 DePaul is outrebounded........................... 3-16 Same amount of rebounds......................... 0-1 DePaul commits more turnovers.............. 2-10 Opponent commits more turnovers........... 9-8 Same amount of turnovers......................... 0-3 DePaul has more FT attempts.................... 6-9 Opponent has more FT attempts............. 5-11 Same amount of FT attempts..................... 0-1 DePaul shoots 40% or better.................. 10-13 DePaul shoots less than 40%...................... 1-8 Opponent shoots 40% or better............... 6-19 Opponent shoots less than 40%................. 5-2 DePaul shoots better than opponent......... 9-1 Opponent shoots better than DePaul...... 2-20 Same field goal percentage........................... -DePaul bench outscores opponent bench.... 7-7 Opponent bench outscores DePaul bench... 4-14 Benches score same amount of points......... -DePaul scores 100 or more........................... -DePaul scores between 90-99.................... 2-0 DePaul scores between 80-89.................... 4-0 DePaul scores between 70-79.................... 3-9 DePaul scores between 60-69.................... 2-7 DePaul scores between 50-59.................... 0-5 DePaul scores less than 50............................ -Opponent scores 100 or more...................... -Opponent scores between 90-99............... 0-4 Opponent scores between 80-89............... 0-5 Opponent scores between 70-79............. 3-11 Opponent scores between 60-69............... 6-1 Opponent scores between 50-59............... 2-0 Opponent scores less than 50....................... -On Sunday.................................................. 2-1 On Monday.................................................... -On Tuesday................................................. 1-5 On Wednesday........................................... 2-7 On Thursday............................................... 0-1 On Friday.................................................... 2-0 On Saturday................................................ 4-7 In November............................................... 4-3 In December............................................... 5-1 In January................................................... 1-6 In February................................................. 1-7 In March..................................................... 0-4 Six players score in double-figures................ -Five players score in double-figures........... 0-1 Four players score in double-figures.......... 5-5 Three players score in double-figures........ 5-5 Two players score in double-figures......... 1-10 One player scores in double-figures.............. -DePaul has 0-3 three-point field goals....... 3-8 DePaul has 4-6 three-point field goals....... 5-9 DePaul has 7-9 three-point field goals....... 2-4 DePaul has 10+ three-point field goals....... 1-0

Streaks and Margins Longest Winning Streak...............................................7, Nov. 27-Dec. 22 Longest Losing Streak.....................................................9, Jan. 8-Feb. 13 Longest Home Winning Streak....................................5, Nov. 17-Dec. 22 Longest Home Losing Streak....................................... 6, Dec. 29-Feb. 13 Longest Road Winning Streak........................................ 4, Nov. 30-Jan. 5 Longest Road Losing Streak.......................................... 8, Jan. 8-March 6 Largest Margin of Victory................................. 34, Dec. 9 vs. Milwaukee Smallest Margin of Victory......................................4, Nov. 30 at Auburn Largest Margin of Defeat................................... 38, Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh Smallest Margin of Defeat.................................... 1, Jan. 2 vs. Seton Hall Biggest Rebound Margin............................... 18, Dec. 5 at Chicago State Biggest Rebound Deficit.................................... 24, Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh Average Margin of Victory/Defeat......................................... +14.9/-13.8 Leads and Deficits DePaul’s largest halftime lead.............18 (2x), last Dec. 9 vs. Milwaukee DePaul’s largest halftime lead blown..............3, Feb. 23 vs. Connecticut DePaul’s largest halftime deficit........................ 23, Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh DePaul’s largest halftime deficit overcome... 14, Dec. 5 at Chicago State DePaul’s largest overall lead............................. 41, Dec. 9 vs. Milwaukee DePaul’s largest lead blown...............................11, Jan. 15 vs. Cincinnati DePaul’s largest overall deficit........................... 42, Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh DePaul’s largest deficit overcome....14 (2x), last Feb. 13 at Notre Dame 2012-13 Extremes Most points DePaul............................. 98, Nov. 17 vs. Austin Peay Opponent........................... 99, Jan. 8 at Connecticut Fewest points DePaul................................. 55, Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh Opponent........................... 50, Dec. 9 vs. Milwaukee Most rebounds DePaul...................................52, Jan. 30 at St. John’s Opponent............................ 58, Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh Fewest rebounds DePaul.............................. 15, March 9 vs. Pittsburgh Opponent......................... 27, March 9 vs. Pittsburgh Most assists DePaul............................. 23, Nov. 17 vs. Austin Peay Opponent............................ 23, Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh Fewest assists DePaul.....................8, Nov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky Opponent...........................8, Nov. 9 vs. UC Riverside Most turnovers DePaul............................. 21, Dec. 5 at Chicago State Opponent........................ 27, Nov. 17 vs. Austin Peay Fewest turnovers DePaul................................7, Feb. 13 at Notre Dame Opponent................................5, Jan. 30 at St. John’s Most steals DePaul............................. 16, Nov. 17 vs. Austin Peay Opponent.................................14, Dec. 22 vs. UMBC Most blocked shots DePaul.......... 8 (2x), last Dec. 16 vs. Northern Illinois Opponent............... 12 (2x), last March 6 at Syracuse Best FG pct. DePaul...........................528 (28-53), March 3 at USF Opponent......... .717 (33-46), March 9 vs. Pittsburgh Worst FG pct. DePaul...................277 (18-65), Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh Opponent.............258 (16-62), Dec. 9 vs. Milwaukee Best 3pt. FG pct. DePaul....................... .529 (9-17), Nov. 30 at Auburn Opponent........... .643 (9-14), March 9 vs. Pittsburgh Worst 3pt. FG pct. DePaul..... .071 (1-14), Nov. 21 vs. Western Kentucky Opponent................. .000 (0-4), Jan. 19 vs. St. John’s Best FT pct. DePaul.................. .917 (11-12), Feb. 9 at Marquette Opponent......................923 (12-13), March 3 at USF Worst FT pct. DePaul.... .500 (2x) (12-24), last March 6 at Syracuse Opponent......... .421 (8-19), Dec. 12 at Arizona State Most pts., 1st half DePaul............................. 58, Nov. 17 vs. Austin Peay Opponent........................... 54, Jan. 8 at Connecticut Fewest pts., 1st half DePaul.......................... 22, Nov. 20 vs. Wichita State Opponent..............27 (2x), last Dec. 9 vs. Milwaukee Most pts., 2nd half DePaul..............................52, Nov. 9 vs. UC Riverside Opponent.............................. 54, Feb. 5 vs. Villanova Fewest pts., 2nd half DePaul................................. 25, Jan. 26 at Pittsburgh Opponent........................ 20, Dec. 5 at Chicago State

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL

2012-13 BOX SCORES UC Riverside DePaul

1st 2nd Final 28 31 59 39 52 91

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Nov. 9, 2012  McGrath-Phillips Arena  Chicago, Ill.

UC Riverside (0-1) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Chris Harriel, f 1-6 0-4 0-3 2-2-4 1 2 1 2 0 2 31 Chris Patton, f 3-9 0-0 0-0 3-6-9 3 6 4 2 0 0 34 Robert Smith, g 3-7 1-2 2-5 0-2-2 1 9 0 7 0 2 19 Josh Fox, g 6-9 0-0 5-8 3-2-5 2 17 0 1 0 0 27 Austin Quick, g 4-8 3-5 4-4 0-1-1 3 15 1 3 0 2 28 Davin Guinn 2-6 1-4 0-0 1-4-5 0 5 1 3 0 0 23 Tajai Johnson 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 1 0 0 7 Steven Jones 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Tre Owens 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 0 1 0 1 0 1 6 Dayton Boddie 2-3 0-1 0-2 0-2-2 0 4 0 2 0 2 14 TJ Burke 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 0 0 0 2 0 0 10 1-3-4 Totals 21-51 5-17 12-24 11-24-35 10 59 8 24 0 9 200 .412 .294 .500 DePaul (1-0) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Moses Morgan, f 3-11 2-6 0-0 1-2-3 1 8 3 3 0 1 25 Donnavan Kirk, f 3-6 1-1 1-1 2-2-4 3 8 1 0 2 1 22 Cleveland Melvin, f 7-16 0-2 2-2 1-6-7 1 16 0 1 0 5 27 Brandon Young, g 7-12 3-4 3-3 1-1-2 1 20 5 1 0 2 28 Jamee Crockett, g 2-7 0-1 2-3 1-4-5 4 6 1 0 0 1 18 Worrel Clahar 3-5 2-3 0-0 0-2-2 1 8 3 2 0 2 17 Edwind McGhee 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Jodan Price 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 Derrell Robertson 2-2 0-0 0-0 3-4-7 3 4 0 0 0 0 15 Cory Dolins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 Durrell McDonald 3-4 1-1 0-0 0-1-1 1 7 2 2 0 0 11 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 3 0 0 1 0 1 4 Charles McKinney 3-5 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 3 6 0 2 0 0 19 Stuart Pirri 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 Montray Clemons 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 2-1-3 Totals 36-73 11-21 8-9 13-26-39 21 91 17 13 2 13 200 .493 .524 .889 Officials: Brian O’Connell, Chris Beaver, Tony Chiazza | Attendance: 3,554 Game Notes: DePaul is 79-11 all-time in season openers... Cleveland Melvin reached double-figures for the 49th time in his career... Brandon Young posted his 45th career game in double-figures... the game was the first meeting between the two programs.

Gardner-Webb DePaul

1st 2nd Final 34 37 71 24 35 59

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Nov. 15, 2012  Cancun Challenge  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Gardner-Webb (2-2) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Donta Harper, f 5-13 0-0 3-5 3-5-8 3 13 1 4 0 1 34 Kevin Hartley, f 4-13 2-8 6-7 5-7-12 3 16 2 0 0 1 33 Jerome Hill, f 3-5 0-0 1-2 4-1-5 3 7 0 1 1 0 21 Tyler Strange, g 2-5 0-1 0-0 1-4-5 2 4 4 3 0 1 33 Max Landis, g 8-13 4-7 0-1 1-3-4 1 20 4 1 0 3 34 Onzie Branch 3-8 0-1 0-0 3-2-5 2 6 1 0 0 0 22 Isaiah Ivey 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 Jarvis Davis 1-3 1-2 0-0 1-1-2 2 3 1 2 0 1 9 Corey Hensley 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-1-1 1 2 0 0 1 0 10 Team 0-2-2 1 Totals 26-62 7-19 12-17 18-26-44 17 71 14 13 2 7 200 .419 .368 .706 DePaul (1-1) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 7-13 0-0 4-6 4-4-8 4 18 0 5 2 1 32 Moses Morgan, f 2-8 1-5 2-2 0-1-1 1 7 0 0 0 0 29 Donnavan Kirk, f 2-3 0-0 4-4 1-1-2 2 8 0 0 0 0 21 Jamee Crockett, g 2-8 0-3 0-0 1-2-3 1 4 0 0 1 0 26 Brandon Young, g 4-8 1-3 1-6 0-1-1 1 10 2 3 0 4 28 Worrel Clahar 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-6-6 1 0 5 1 0 1 19 Edwind McGhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 Derrell Robertson 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 2 2 0 1 3 0 9 Durrell McDonald 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 3 4 2 1 0 2 11 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Charles McKinney 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 3 6 0 1 0 1 17 Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 Team 2-3-5 Totals 23-54 2-13 11-18 9-22-31 19 59 9 12 6 10 200 .426 .154 .611 Officials: Pat Driscoll, Jeff Clark, Steve McJunkins | Attendance: 7,011 Game Notes: DePaul extended its streak of consecutive games with a threepointer to 581... the Blue Demons didn’t make their first three until just under 13 minutes left in the second half... Cleveland Melvin finished in double-figures for the 50th time in 60 career games... he has scored in double figures in 16 straight

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games going back to the 2011-12 season... DePaul was held under 60 points for the first time since Feb. 15, 2012 at Connecticut... the last time the Blue Demons failed to reach 60 points in a non-conference game was Dec. 8, 2010 against Indiana State.

Austin Peay DePaul

1st 2nd Final 30 37 67 58 40 98

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Nov. 17, 2012  Cancun Challenge  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Austin Peay (1-2) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Chris Horton, f 1-5 0-0 0-1 0-4-4 2 2 0 4 2 3 30 Will Triggs, f 2-4 0-0 8-8 2-6-8 2 12 0 6 1 0 26 Anthony Campbell, f 8-13 1-4 0-0 2-3-5 1 17 0 3 0 0 32 Travis Betran, g 2-5 1-2 6-6 0-0-0 2 11 3 2 0 0 22 AJ Lynch, g 2-7 0-2 1-2 1-0-1 0 5 3 3 0 2 26 Jermone Clyburn 1-2 0-1 2-3 0-1-1 0 4 1 2 0 1 14 Thomas Greer 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 3 0 2 1 1 0 7 Chris Freeman 2-6 0-0 3-5 2-5-7 4 7 0 1 1 0 15 Corey Arentsen 2-4 2-4 0-0 0-1-1 0 6 1 1 0 1 13 Preston Herring 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 Herdie Lawrence 1-4 0-2 1-2 1-0-1 0 3 0 2 0 0 6 Joe Harms 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Anthony Hasse 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-0-1 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 Team 1-4-5 1 Totals 21-53 4-16 21-29 10-26-36 15 67 11 27 6 7 200 .396 .250 .724 DePaul (2-1) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 11-18 2-2 2-4 5-3-8 2 26 3 2 0 4 23 Jamee Crockett, f 2-5 0-2 1-2 3-5-8 4 5 2 1 1 4 14 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-4 0-1 0-0 2-0-2 1 2 2 0 2 0 18 Charles McKinney, g 2-5 0-0 0-2 1-0-1 2 4 2 1 0 1 19 Brandon Young, g 7-11 1-3 2-4 2-3-5 1 17 5 3 1 2 24 Worrel Clahar 2-6 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 3 4 3 2 0 0 12 Edwind McGhee 1-4 1-3 2-2 0-3-3 0 5 3 1 0 2 15 Jodan Price 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 1 0 1 5 Derrell Robertson 3-5 0-0 1-1 1-2-3 3 7 0 2 1 0 18 Cory Dolins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 Moses Morgan 5-10 4-8 1-2 0-0-0 1 15 2 1 0 0 18 Durrell McDonald 4-5 1-1 0-0 0-2-2 3 9 0 1 0 2 17 Peter Ryckbosch 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 Stuart Pirri 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Montray Clemons 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 2 0 2 0 0 7 Team 3-1-4 Totals 40-78 9-23 9-17 17-25-42 23 98 23 17 5 16 200 .513 .391 .529 Officials: James Breeding, Jim Burr, Bo Boroski | Attendance: 7,398 Game Notes: DePaul finished the first half with 58 points for the most first-half points since scoring 59 on Nov. 14, 2010 against Chicago State... Cleveland Melvin finished in double-figures for the 17th straight game... Saturday was the first meeting between the two schools.

Wichita State DePaul

1st 2nd Final 27 48 75 22 40 62

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Nov. 20, 2012  Cancun Challenge  Moon Palace Resort  Cancun, Mexico

Wichita State (5-0) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Carl Hall, f 5-7 0-0 1-3 0-5-5 Ehimen Orukpe, c 0-4 0-0 0-0 4-3-7 Malcolm Armstead, g 5-10 1-2 6-8 2-1-3 Evan Wessel, g 2-3 1-2 0-0 0-0-0 Ron Baker, g 1-3 0-2 0-1 0-3-3 Demetric Williams 6-14 2-4 4-4 1-2-3 Cleanthony Early 4-9 0-2 0-0 5-4-9 Nick Wiggins 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 Fred VanVleet 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 Tekele Cotton 1-7 0-2 2-6 2-2-4 Jake White 2-3 0-0 2-4 0-3-3 Team 0-6-6 Totals 28-65 4-16 15-26 14-31-45 .431 .250 .577

PF Pts A TO Blk 3 11 1 1 3 3 0 1 2 0 2 17 3 2 0 3 5 0 0 0 4 2 2 2 2 5 18 1 1 0 4 8 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 3 4 1 0 0 4 6 1 0 0 1 31 75 12 11 6

S MIN 1 36 0 12 3 32 0 12 0 23 4 28 0 14 0 6 0 7 1 13 0 17 9 200

DePaul (2-2) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 3-7 0-1 5-10 1-7-8 4 11 1 1 1 2 27 Donnavan Kirk, f 0-3 0-1 5-6 2-2-4 3 5 0 0 0 0 17 Worrel Clahar, g 2-8 1-6 2-4 0-3-3 3 7 1 4 0 2 31 Brandon Young, g 4-14 1-4 10-12 1-5-6 4 19 5 2 0 0 34 Charles McKinney, g 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 3 2 1 4 0 2 24 Edwind McGhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 1 1 0 0 7 Derrell Robertson 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-2-2 4 1 0 0 1 0 24 Moses Morgan 5-12 3-8 2-2 1-4-5 3 15 1 2 1 0 25 Durrell McDonald 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 2 0 0 8 Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-1-1 1 2 0 0 1 0 3 Team 5-2-7 Totals 15-49 5-22 27-38 10-31-41 26 62 10 16 4 6 200 .306 .227 .711


2012-13 REVIEW Officials: Bill Ek, Jim Schipper, Mike Maslona | Attendance: 902 Game Notes: DePaul is now 97-32 all-time against programs from the Missouri Valley Conference... the Blue Demons are 4-3 against Wichita State... Brandon Young passed the 900-point plateau in the second half... Cleveland Melvin finished with 10 or more points for the 18th straight game... Moses Morgan moved into 18th all-time at DePaul in career three-pointers.

1st 2nd Final Western Kentucky 41 29 70 DePaul 27 34 61

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Nov. 21, 2012  Cancun Challenge  Moon Palace Resort  Cancun, Mexico

Western Kentucky (3-2) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Teeng Akol, f 3-6 0-0 0-0 3-2-5 1 6 1 2 3 0 24 George Fant, f 1-6 0-0 4-6 1-1-2 3 6 1 0 0 1 16 Kevin Kaspar, g 3-6 1-3 2-2 0-5-5 1 9 4 3 0 2 23 Caden Dickerson, g 3-7 0-3 0-0 0-0-0 1 6 0 2 0 1 22 T.J. Price, g 5-16 3-7 0-0 0-5-5 1 13 5 4 0 1 36 Kene Anyigbo 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 Brandon Harris 1-4 0-1 4-4 3-7-10 1 6 0 1 0 1 21 Jamal Crook 8-13 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 1 16 3 0 0 0 29 O’Karo Akamune 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Aleksejs Rostov 1-3 0-1 0-0 2-0-2 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 Stephon Drane 3-6 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 4 6 0 1 0 2 17 Team 2-6-8 Totals 28-67 4-15 10-12 12-30-42 14 70 15 13 3 8 200 .418 .267 .833 DePaul (2-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 11-23 0-1 0-0 4-9-13 2 22 0 4 0 2 34 Moses Morgan, f 2-11 1-6 3-4 2-2-4 2 8 3 1 1 1 34 Donnavan Kirk, f 4-8 0-0 1-1 1-4-5 1 9 1 0 5 0 30 Worrel Clahar, g 2-8 0-3 0-0 1-5-6 1 4 0 2 0 2 31 Brandon Young, g 3-10 0-3 6-6 0-0-0 2 12 2 4 1 1 28 Edwind McGhee 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 2 2 1 0 1 10 Derrell Robertson 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 3 0 0 0 0 0 10 Durrell McDonald 2-4 0-1 0-2 0-1-1 3 4 0 2 0 2 18 Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-0-1 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 Team 3-3-6 Totals 25-66 1-14 10-15 13-26-39 15 61 8 15 7 9 200 .379 .071 .667 Officials: Mark Maslona, Steve McJunkins, Jeff Spedoske | Attendance: 902 Game Notes: DePaul leads the all-time series with Western Kentucky by a 10-6 margin... Wednesday was the first meeting between the two programs since the 1995-96 season... Cleveland Melvin’s first basket made him the 47th player in program history to reach 1,000 career points... he finished the game with 1,020 points and moved into 44th place on DePaul’s all-time scoring list... Melvin also recorded his first double-double of the season and the eighth of his career... Brandon Young took sole possession of 20th on DePaul all-time assist chart.

Fairfield DePaul

1st 2nd Final 37 41 78 45 40 85

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Nov. 27, 2012  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Fairfield (3-4) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Maurice Barrow, f 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 2 0 3 0 0 5 Josip Mikulic, f 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-2-2 1 3 1 1 0 0 15 Keith Matthews, f 2-5 0-0 6-8 0-1-1 3 10 0 2 0 0 17 Derek Needham, g 11-16 4-8 3-3 0-2-2 4 29 8 3 0 2 40Desmond Wade, g 1-5 0-3 0-0 0-2-2 1 2 5 3 0 1 27 Marcus Gilbert 3-4 2-3 0-1 1-4-5 0 8 1 2 1 1 22 Amadou Sidibe 4-5 0-0 3-3 3-8-11 2 11 0 1 0 0 24 Coleman Johnson 3-7 0-0 0-0 3-0-3 4 6 0 2 2 0 21 Colin Nickerson 3-9 0-1 1-2 0-2-2 2 7 4 2 0 0 29 Team 1-1-2 Totals 29-56 7-17 13-17 8-23-31 18 78 19 19 3 4 200 .518 .412 .765 DePaul (3-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 13-23 1-2 3-4 4-2-6 0 30 3 2 0 0 34 Donnavan Kirk, f 5-9 0-1 0-0 3-6-9 1 10 0 1 4 0 32 Brandon Young, g 7-14 1-2 5-7 0-4-4 3 20 5 3 0 1 25 Durrell McDonald, g 3-6 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 1 6 1 1 0 0 22 Charles McKinney, g 4-6 0-0 3-4 2-0-2 3 11 4 2 1 3 22 Worrel Clahar 0-1 0-0 3-4 0-4-4 2 3 1 1 0 3 26 Edwind McGhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 0 1 4 Derrell Robertson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 Moses Morgan 2-8 1-4 0-0 1-1-2 2 5 2 1 0 3 25 Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Team 4-0-4 Totals 34-67 3-10 14-19 14-20-34 15 85 17 11 5 11 200 .507 .300 .737 Officials: John Cahill, Evon Burroughs, John Higgins | Attendance: 7,017 Game Notes: DePaul used its fifth different starting lineup in six games this season... freshman Durrell McDonald made his first career start... DePaul finished with four players in double-figures for the first time this season... the meeting was the fourth all-time between the two programs... DePaul has won all four contests... Cleveland Melvin recorded his 20th career game of at least 20 points.

DePaul Auburn

1st 2nd Final 42 38 80 46 30 76

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Nov. 30, 2012  SEC/BIG EAST Challenge  Auburn Arena  Auburn, Ala.

DePaul (4-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 6-10 0-0 9-13 0-10-10 2 21 2 5 1 2 34 Donnavan Kirk, f 2-3 1-2 2-3 0-3-3 4 7 1 1 1 0 25 Brandon Young, g 5-13 4-6 5-7 2-1-3 2 19 5 1 0 2 35 Durrell McDonald, g 2-5 1-2 0-2 1-1-2 3 5 1 4 1 1 23 Charles McKinney, g 3-8 0-0 0-2 2-3-5 3 6 3 0 1 3 25 Worrel Clahar 4-7 2-4 1-2 0-3-3 2 11 3 2 0 0 22 Derrell Robertson 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-0-3 4 4 0 0 0 0 15 Moses Morgan 2-4 1-3 2-5 0-1-1 1 7 3 0 0 2 21 Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Team 1-1-2 Totals 26-54 9-17 19-34 9-23-32 21 80 18 13 4 10 200 .481 .529 .559 Auburn (2-5) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Allen Payne, f 4-6 0-0 0-0 2-1-3 Noel Johnson, f 4-11 2-5 0-0 0-4-4 Rob Chubb, c 8-12 0-0 1-4 4-9-13 Jordan Price, g 1-7 0-3 0-1 0-1-1 Frankie Sullivan, g 9-17 4-7 6-6 0-4-4 Asauhn Dixon-Tatum 1-2 0-0 7-8 2-3-5 Shaquille Johnson 0-1 0-0 0-2 2-1-3 Josh Wallace 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 Brian Greene Jr 1-5 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 Jordon Granger 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Team 5-3-8 Totals 28-64 6-16 14-21 16-27-43 .438 .375 .667

PF Pts A TO Blk 2 8 0 4 0 3 10 0 2 0 4 17 1 2 0 2 2 3 1 0 3 28 5 4 0 0 9 0 0 3 1 0 3 0 1 4 0 2 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 24 76 15 14 4

S MIN 4 22 0 32 1 25 0 23 2 38 0 15 0 12 0 14 1 14 0 5 8 200

Officials: Joe Lindsay, Roger Ayers, Ed Corbett | Attendance: 5,827 Game Notes: DePaul is now 1-2 all-time in the annual event between the BIG EAST and SEC... the win snapped an eight-game losing streak against SEC programs... Friday was the first meeting between DePaul and Auburn... the Blue Demons are 13-3 under Oliver Purnell when scoring 80 or more points... Cleveland Melvin posted his second double-double of the season (ninth career)... Melvin moved into a tie for 43rd on DePaul’s all-time scoring list with Gene Stump (194347)... Brandon Young passed Mike Gillespie (1971-74) for 51st place.

DePaul Chicago State

1st 2nd Final 30 44 74 44 20 64

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Dec. 5, 2012  Jones Convocation Center  Chicago, Ill.

DePaul (5-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 4-11 1-2 3-4 4-6-10 3 12 1 4 1 0 29 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-3 0-0 1-2 0-3-3 3 3 0 1 2 1 28 Brandon Young, g 5-9 1-3 10-12 1-4-5 0 21 6 3 0 0 34 Durrell McDonald, g 0-3 0-1 2-2 0-1-1 2 2 0 2 0 2 11 Charles McKinney, g 3-4 0-0 1-1 0-0-0 3 7 0 3 1 1 21 Worrel Clahar 3-8 1-2 4-4 2-7-9 2 11 4 2 0 2 29 Derrell Robertson 1-4 0-0 2-4 5-1-6 3 4 0 0 1 0 12 Cory Dolins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Moses Morgan 2-8 1-5 2-2 2-2-4 0 7 0 4 0 1 19 Jamee Crockett 3-7 0-2 1-2 2-1-3 1 7 0 1 0 0 15 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 Team 4-2-6 Totals 22-57 4-15 26-33 20-28-48 17 74 11 21 5 7 200 .386 .267 .788 Chicago State (2-8) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Jeremy Robinson, f 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 Clarke Rosenberg, f 3-8 0-0 4-7 1-0-1 Matt Ross, f 8-15 1-3 3-4 2-8-10 Jamere Dismukes, g 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Quinton Pippen, g 5-9 2-4 2-2 1-2-3 Greg Tucker 4-16 2-7 3-3 0-1-1 Arthur Gage 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Mashawn Chamberlain 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Aaron Williams 2-4 1-2 0-0 2-3-5 Nate Duhon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Quincy Ukaigwe 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Markus Starks 1-4 0-0 0-2 2-2-4 Team 1-3-4 Totals 23-60 6-16 12-18 10-20-30 .383 .375 .667

PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN 4 0 0 2 0 1 15 5 10 5 2 0 4 28 4 20 0 3 2 3 37 0 0 0 3 0 0 5 2 14 3 2 0 2 35 2 13 2 5 0 0 35 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 2 5 0 0 1 1 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 20 21 64 11 19 4 12 200

Officials: Eric Anderson, Bill Neketis, Craig Jeffries | Attendance: 2,691 Game Notes: DePaul now leads the all-time series against Chicago State 11-0 and is 16-0 against current members of the Great West Conference... the Blue Demons have now won eight straight against Chicagoland programs.

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL Milwaukee DePaul

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1st 2nd Final 27 23 50 45 39 84

1st 2nd Final Northern Illinois 31 33 64 DePaul 33 36 69

Dec. 9, 2012  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Milwaukee (3-7) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Kyel Kelm, f 1-5 0-3 2-3 2-1-3 Demetrius Harris, f 1-2 0-0 0-1 3-3-6 James Haarsma, f 1-9 0-1 6-8 2-3-5 Jordan Aaron, g 2-11 0-3 2-2 1-3-4 Paris Gulley, g 6-18 0-2 2-2 0-4-4 Thierno Niang 1-3 0-0 1-2 0-2-2 Mitch Roelke 1-3 0-2 3-4 0-2-2 Evan Richard 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 J.J. Panoske 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-3-3 Quinton Gustavson 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 Austin Arians 1-5 1-3 1-2 0-2-2 Ryan Haggerty 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 Christian Wolf 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Team 5-1-6 Totals 16-62 1-17 17-24 14-25-39 .258 .059 .708

PF Pts A TO Blk 4 4 1 2 0 5 2 0 0 0 2 8 0 0 0 1 6 3 4 0 0 14 1 4 0 2 3 0 2 0 0 5 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 16 50 9 17 2

S MIN 1 29 0 16 2 31 1 24 0 31 1 14 2 17 0 4 0 11 0 1 0 12 0 5 0 5 7 200

DePaul (6-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 4-7 0-1 3-4 2-3-5 1 11 1 1 3 0 22 Jamee Crockett, f 5-10 0-2 3-3 1-5-6 3 13 1 0 1 0 17 Donnavan Kirk, f 7-10 0-2 0-1 0-1-1 2 14 0 2 1 0 21 Brandon Young, g 5-9 0-3 3-4 1-5-6 1 13 3 1 1 1 24 Durrell McDonald, g 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 3 6 0 0 0 1 13 Worrel Clahar 2-6 0-1 0-0 0-8-8 0 4 10 1 0 4 26 Edwind McGhee 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-3-3 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 Jodan Price 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 Derrell Robertson 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-2-5 3 2 0 1 1 1 16 Cory Dolins 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 1 0 0 5 Moses Morgan 3-10 2-4 1-1 0-4-4 2 9 2 0 0 1 13 Peter Ryckbosch 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 1 6 0 1 0 0 6 Charles McKinney 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-1-2 2 4 1 2 1 0 17 Stuart Pirri 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Montray Clemons 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 2 2 0 2 0 0 6 Team 1-2-3 Totals 35-70 2-15 12-15 11-36-47 23 84 19 13 8 8 200 .500 .133 .800 Officials: Brian O’Connell, Alfred Smith, Paul Szelc | Attendance: 7,025 Game Notes: DePaul holds the series lead, 11-1... Worrel Clahar had a careerhigh 10 assists and finished just short of his first career double-double with eight rebounds.

DePaul Arizona State

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1st 2nd Final 42 36 78 33 28 61

Dec. 12, 2012  Wells Fargo Arena  Tempe, Ariz.

DePaul (7-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Cleveland Melvin, f 6-15 0-0 0-2 3-7-10 Jamee Crockett, f 2-6 1-4 1-1 0-3-3 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 Brandon Young, g 8-14 0-2 2-4 0-4-4 Durrell McDonald, g 1-5 1-1 0-0 0-1-1 Worrel Clahar 6-11 2-5 0-1 0-4-4 Derrell Robertson 3-4 0-0 2-2 3-2-5 Moses Morgan 5-6 1-1 0-0 0-5-5 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 Charles McKinney 2-5 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 Team 4-1-5 Totals 34-68 5-14 5-10 12-32-44 .500 .357 .500

PF 2 3 4 1 3 4 3 2 0 0

Pts A TO Blk 12 0 2 0 6 0 1 0 2 1 0 4 18 9 5 0 3 1 1 0 14 2 4 0 8 0 1 0 11 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 22 78 16 14 5

S MIN 0 26 0 14 0 19 2 32 0 15 2 27 1 17 0 25 0 4 1 21 6 200

Arizona State (8-2) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Carrick Felix, f 5-8 0-1 2-3 2-4-6 2 12 2 2 0 0 33 Jonathan Gilling, f 3-7 2-6 1-2 1-8-9 2 9 1 1 2 2 33 Jorda Bachynski, c 4-6 0-0 2-6 2-5-7 3 10 1 1 2 0 25 Jahii Carson, g 5-16 0-2 2-4 0-2-2 3 12 4 6 0 1 35 Evan Gordon, g 5-12 1-5 1-2 1-2-3 2 12 3 2 0 0 37 Chris Colvin 2-4 0-0 0-2 0-3-3 0 4 0 1 0 2 10 Eric Jacobsen 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 1 0 0 0 11 Bo Barnes 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 Ruslan Pateev 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 Kenny Martin 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 Team 1-1-2 Totals 25-58 3-15 8-19 7-27-34 14 61 13 13 5 6 200 .431 .200 .421 Officials: Michael Greenstein, Michael Irvin, David Hall | Attendance: 5,401 Game Notes: DePaul is now 4-1 all-time against Arizona State and 26-28 against the current lineup of Pac-12 programs... Brandon Young passed the 1,000-plateau to become the 48th player in programs history to reach the milestone... he is also the 11th player in school history with 1,000 points and 300 assists... Cleveland Melvin finished the game with 12 points and wears jersey No. 12 on 12/12/12... a year ago, Jeremiah Kelly in jersey No. 11 scored 11 points on 11/11/11.

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Dec. 16, 2012  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Northern Illinois (2-7) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Sam Mader, f 1-4 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 Keith Gray, f 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 Abdel Nader, f 8-17 2-6 2-2 2-4-6 Travon Baker, g 3-7 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 Aksel Bolin, g 1-6 0-2 2-2 1-2-3 Akeem Springs 4-6 3-4 0-0 0-2-2 Antone Christian 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 Darrell Bowie 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Daveon Balls 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 Kevin Gray 4-10 0-0 0-0 4-2-6 J.J. Cravatta 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 Mike Davis 3-7 0-0 3-4 1-1-2 Team 4-2-6 Totals 26-65 5-15 7-8 18-21-39 .400 .333 .875

PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN 2 2 1 1 0 3 20 4 2 0 3 1 0 18 4 20 2 1 0 2 24 2 6 1 6 0 2 29 3 4 5 1 1 1 26 3 11 0 6 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 2 0 3 0 0 6 2 0 4 1 0 0 12 2 8 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 9 0 0 0 4 14 23 64 13 22 3 13 200

DePaul (8-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 4-9 0-0 4-4 1-2-3 1 12 3 1 1 2 32 Jamee Crockett, f 5-9 2-4 2-4 1-2-3 2 14 3 4 0 0 23 Derrell Robertson, c 1-2 0-0 4-4 0-3-3 2 6 0 1 2 1 26 Brandon Young, g 5-10 1-3 4-4 1-3-4 2 15 5 6 0 2 30 Durrell McDonald, g 2-4 1-2 0-0 0-1-1 2 5 0 2 0 1 14 Worrel Clahar 2-6 0-3 4-5 0-6-6 0 8 3 3 0 1 32 Moses Morgan 0-4 0-2 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 1 0 0 13 Donnavan Kirk 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 3 2 1 0 4 0 14 Charles McKinney 2-2 0-0 3-4 1-1-2 0 7 0 2 1 0 16 Team 3-3-6 Totals 22-47 4-14 21-25 7-22-29 13 69 15 20 8 7 200 .468 .286 .840 Officials: Ed Corbett, Mike Roberts, Chris Beaver | Attendance: 7,155 Game Notes: DePaul wins six straight for first time since Feb. 25-March 12, 2004... the Blue Demons lead the series, 25-6... DePaul extended its streak of consecutive games with a three-pointer to 590... the Blue Demons held their fourth straight opponent under 45 percent shooting, limiting the Huskies to a .400 field goal percentage... Brandon Young earned the Jay Goedert Memorial Award for most outstanding player of the game... Derrell Robertson, Jr. made his second career start and first of the season... DePaul has used seven different starting lineups.

UMBC DePaul

1st 2nd Final 30 31 61 38 31 69

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Dec. 22, 2012  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

UMBC (2-10) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Chase Plummer, f 4-17 0-1 1-7 4-3-7 Brett Roseboro, f 3-9 0-0 0-0 0-4-4 Aaron Morgan, g 5-7 2-3 3-4 3-3-6 Ryan Cook, g 4-11 1-5 4-5 3-4-7 Brian Neller, g 5-9 2-6 0-0 0-4-4 Jordan Wejnert 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 Adrian Satchell 2-5 0-0 0-1 2-1-3 Malik Garner 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 Team 2-2-4 Totals 24-61 5-15 8-17 16-22-38 .393 .333 .471

PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN 5 9 5 3 0 3 27 4 6 1 2 1 0 23 3 15 2 5 0 3 404 13 1 4 1 3 34 2 12 1 3 0 2 35 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 3 4 1 2 1 2 19 4 0 1 1 0 1 17 25 61 12 20 3 14 200

DePaul (9-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 7-12 1-3 9-14 3-5-8 1 24 0 6 1 2 32 Jamee Crockett, f 4-8 0-3 3-7 3-3-6 1 11 0 1 0 1 24 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-3 0-0 3-5 1-4-5 3 5 0 1 0 1 26 Brandon Young, g 2-13 1-2 4-4 0-1-1 1 9 5 2 0 3 32 Durrell McDonald, g 1-5 1-2 0-0 0-3-3 2 3 1 1 0 1 16 Worrel Clahar 3-3 1-1 3-4 1-2-3 2 10 5 2 0 4 28 Derrell Robertson 1-1 0-0 0-0 3-2-5 1 2 0 1 1 0 14 Moses Morgan 1-4 0-3 1-1 0-2-2 1 3 1 2 2 0 16 Charles McKinney 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-1-1 3 2 1 2 0 0 12 Team 1-4-5 Totals 20-49 4-14 25-37 12-27-39 15 69 13 18 4 12 200 .408 .286 .676 Officials: John Gaffney, Paul Szelc, Earl Walton | Attendance: 7,054 Game Notes: The game was the first meeting between the two programs... DePaul improved to 12-0 all-time against the current America East Conference lineup... the Blue Demons improved to 6-1 at home this season... a year ago, DePaul won seven home games in the entire season... Cleveland Melvin reached double-figures for the 26th straight game... playing in his 70th career game Saturday, he has scored at least 10 points in 60 career games.


2012-13 REVIEW Loyola-Chicago DePaul

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1st 2nd Final 33 36 69 33 28 61

Dec. 29, 2012  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Loyola-Chicago (9-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Ben Averkamp, f 4-10 0-2 1-4 2-2-4 Christian Thomas, f 6-8 0-0 0-2 6-4-10 Cully Payne, g 7-10 3-6 7-7 0-4-4 Jordan Hicks, g 3-9 1-4 1-2 1-4-5 Joe Crisman, g 1-5 0-1 1-2 1-1-2 Devon Turk 3-6 2-3 2-2 0-0-0 Matt O’Leary 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Jeff White 1-3 1-1 0-0 0-2-2 Nick Osborne 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Team 1-2-3 Totals 25-52 7-17 12-19 11-19-30 .481 .412 .632

PF 3 2 2 0 3 3 0 1 1

Pts A TO Blk 9 2 3 2 12 0 1 0 24 4 5 0 8 2 1 0 3 3 1 1 10 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 15 69 13 15 3

S MIN 2 38 0 29 2 34 0 30 2 29 0 11 0 1 2 19 0 9 8 200

DePaul (9-4) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 2-8 0-0 3-4 3-5-8 1 7 0 2 1 2 30 Jamee Crockett, f 3-6 2-2 0-0 0-4-4 2 8 4 3 0 3 27 Donnavan Kirk, f 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 6 0 0 2 0 20 Brandon Young, g 7-14 0-1 4-8 0-1-1 0 18 1 3 0 0 30 Durrell McDonald, g 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 3 6 0 2 0 0 12 Worrel Clahar 4-11 0-4 2-4 1-4-5 2 10 3 4 0 2 28 Derrell Robertson 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-1-4 4 0 0 0 0 2 21 Moses Morgan 0-3 0-2 1-2 0-1-1 2 1 0 0 0 0 14 Charles McKinney 2-2 0-0 1-2 3-1-4 1 5 1 1 0 0 18 Team 4-1-5 Totals 24-55 2-10 11-20 14-20-34 16 61 9 15 3 9 200 .436 .200 .550 Officials: Lamar Simpson, Paul Szelc, Tony Chiazza | Attendance: 8,020 Game Notes: The game was the 56th meeting between the two programs... DePaul leads the series by a 38-18 margin... the win for Loyola ends an 11-game winning streak in the series for the Blue Demons... Loyola’s last win over DePaul was a 70-69 decision on Jan. 21, 1989... DePaul is 105-37 all-time against the current lineup of Horizon League programs... DePaul’s win streak ended at seven games... it is the longest streak since a nine-game run from Dec. 7, 1993-Jan. 8, 1994... DePaul’s streak of wins against Chicagoland opponents ended at nine ina-row... DePaul head coach Oliver Purnell is 8-1 in his three seasons against local foes... Cleveland Melvin’s streak in double-figures ended at 26 straight games... Brandon Young played in his 75th career game... he recorded his 56th career game in doubled-figures.

Seton Hall DePaul

1st 2nd Final 40 33 73 32 40 72

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Jan. 2, 2013  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Seton Hall (12-2, 1-0) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk Brandon Mobley, f 6-10 3-4 1-2 3-7-10 3 16 1 1 2 Eugene Teague, f 5-9 0-0 1-4 5-10-15 4 11 3 3 0 Fuquan Edwin, f 4-11 1-4 2-3 1-4-5 4 11 5 5 0 Tom Maayan, g 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 1 0 1 6 0 Aaron Cosby, g 9-16 4-7 2-2 1-0-1 0 24 4 4 0 Kyle Smyth 1-7 1-6 3-3 1-2-3 4 6 5 1 0 Haralds Karlis 2-4 1-3 0-0 0-0-0 2 5 0 0 0 Team 1-2-3 1 Totals 27-58 10-24 9-14 13-27-40 18 73 19 21 2 .466 .417 .643

S MIN 0 35 0 27 3 33 0 22 1 34 3 30 0 19 7 200

DePaul (9-5, 0-1) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 3-11 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 0 6 0 0 0 3 21 Jamee Crockett, f 6-13 1-4 3-6 3-4-7 4 16 1 2 0 5 27 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 2 0 2 1 2 26 Brandon Young, g 5-10 0-0 5-9 0-5-5 1 15 3 3 0 0 31 Charles McKinney, g 4-7 0-0 2-5 2-1-3 2 10 0 1 0 1 22 Worrel Clahar 1-4 0-1 3-3 0-0-0 3 5 2 1 0 0 17 Derrell Robertson 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 4 4 0 1 0 0 14 Moses Morgan 0-5 0-3 2-2 0-4-4 1 2 1 1 0 0 22 Durrell McDonald 5-6 2-2 0-0 0-2-2 1 12 3 1 0 2 20 Team 4-0-4 Totals 27-59 3-10 15-25 11-21-32 17 72 10 12 1 13 200 .458 .300 .600 Officials: Karl Hess, Michael Stephens, Gene Steratore | Attendance: 7,189 Game Notes: The game marked the 12th meeting all-time between the two schools... Seton Hall leads the series by a 9-3 margin... DePaul is 1-7 in BIG EAST season openers since joining the conference... DePaul extended its streak of consecutive games with a three-pointer to 593... Jamee Crockett finished with a career-high five steals and scored in double figures for the fourth time in his past six games... Brandon Young reached double figures for the 13th time in 14 games this season... Cleveland Melvin failed to scored at least 10 points in back-to-back games for the first time since early in his freshman season... the Blue Demons lost for the first time this season when scoring at least 70 points... DePaul is 7-1 this season when scoring at least 70 points.

DePaul Providence

1st 2nd Final 37 46 83 30 43 73

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Jan. 5, 2013  Dunkin’ Donuts Center  Providence, R.I.

DePaul (10-5, 1-1) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 10-18 1-3 2-2 3-6-9 3 23 0 1 0 0 35 Jamee Crockett, f 4-10 1-2 6-8 2-4-6 3 15 4 1 1 0 28 Donnavan Kirk, f 2-5 1-1 3-3 0-6-6 5 8 0 3 1 1 25 Brandon Young, g 3-9 0-1 9-10 0-3-3 3 15 4 3 1 1 28 Charles McKinney, g 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 4 0 2 2 0 2 17 Worrel Clahar 1-3 0-2 3-4 0-4-4 3 5 1 1 0 0 17 Derrell Robertson 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-0-2 4 2 0 1 0 0 13 Moses Morgan 4-7 2-4 0-0 0-1-1 2 10 2 1 0 2 21 Durrell McDonald 2-5 0-1 1-2 0-2-2 1 5 0 1 0 2 15 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 1-1-2 1 Totals 27-62 5-15 24-29 8-27-35 28 83 13 15 3 8 200 .435 .333 .828 Providence (8-6, 0-2) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R LaDontae Henton, f 3-7 0-1 0-1 0-9-9 Kadeem Batts, c 6-13 0-0 5-8 4-2-6 Kris Dunn, g 2-3 0-0 1-3 2-0-2 Josh Fortune, g 0-7 0-2 0-0 2-3-5 Vincent Council, g 5-13 0-2 6-8 0-0-0 Sidiki Johnson 4-7 0-0 1-3 7-6-13 Bryce Cotton 4-13 3-10 9-11 0-3-3 Ted Bancroft 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Team 1-5-6 Totals 24-63 3-15 22-34 16-28-44 .381 .200 .583

PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN 4 6 2 2 0 2 35 3 17 1 4 2 2 33 2 5 1 6 0 0 28 1 0 1 0 0 0 17 4 16 6 8 1 0 31 3 9 0 2 0 3 20 2 20 1 0 0 1 30 1 0 0 0 0 2 6 1 20 73 12 23 3 10 200

Officials: Mike Stuart, James Breeding, Steve McJunkins | Attendance: 6,853 Game Notes: Saturday was the 30th all-time meeting between the two programs... Providence leads the series, 22-8... DePaul has won the last two meetings at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center... the Blue Demons are 1-1 to start BIG EAST play for the second straight year... it’s the fifth time in eight BIG EAST seasons that DePaul is either 1-1 or 2-0 after the first two conference games... DePaul is 4-0 in true road games this season... it’s the best start on the road since going 5-0 to open the 1993-94 season... the four-game road winning streak is the longest since a five-game away streak in January 2004... under Oliver Purnell, DePaul is 15-3 when scoring at least 80 points... in 2012-13 the Blue Demons are 6-0 with 80 or more points... Cleveland Melvin moved into 30th on DePaul’s all-time scoring list and Brandon Young moved into 42nd.

DePaul Connecticut

1st 2nd Final 34 44 78 54 45 99

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Jan. 8, 2013  Gampel Pavilion  Storrs, Conn.

DePaul (10-6, 1-2) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 7-14 1-3 3-4 2-3-5 1 18 0 3 5 1 32 Jamee Crockett, f 4-10 0-2 0-0 1-3-4 1 8 0 2 0 1 29 Derrell Robertson, c 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 5 2 0 1 0 0 19 Brandon Young, g 13-22 3-4 6-6 1-3-4 2 35 5 5 0 2 31 Durrell McDonald, g 1-5 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 3 2 3 2 0 1 14 Worrel Clahar 2-7 1-4 1-1 1-1-2 3 6 4 1 1 0 24 Edwind McGhee 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-2-2 0 1 0 1 0 1 6 Jodan Price 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Cory Dolins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Moses Morgan 1-6 0-2 0-0 1-3-4 0 2 0 0 1 0 24 Peter Ryckbosch 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-1-4 5 4 1 0 0 0 18 Stuart Pirri 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 1-2-3 Totals 31-70 5-17 11-13 10-19-29 20 78 13 15 7 6 200 .443 .294 .846 Connecticut (11-3, 1-1) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN DeAndre Daniels, f 9-12 1-1 7-8 4-4-8 2 26 1 3 1 1 30 Tyler Olander, f 3-4 0-0 4-5 2-3-5 2 10 1 0 0 0 16 Ryan Boatright, g 8-16 3-5 3-6 1-3-4 1 22 2 3 0 1 33 Shabazz Napier, g 5-13 1-3 5-6 0-8-8 3 16 7 0 0 4 35 Omar Calhoun, g 4-12 1-4 0-0 3-1-4 2 9 0 4 1 0 25 Phillip Nolan 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 Enosch Wolf 4-7 0-0 0-0 4-3-7 0 8 0 1 2 0 17 Keifer Lammi 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Brendan Allen 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Niels Giffey 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-4-4 2 2 1 0 0 2 12 RJ Evans 1-1 0-0 2-2 1-1-2 2 4 4 1 0 1 16 Leon Tolksdorf 1-2 0-1 0-0 2-1-3 0 2 1 0 0 0 6 Tor Watts 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Team 1-2-3 Totals 36-73 6-16 21-27 19-30-49 16 99 17 13 4 10 200 .493 .375 .778 Officials: Ed Corbett, Mike Nance, Brian O’Connell | Attendance: 9,156 Game Notes: Connecticut leads the series by a 9-1 margin... the Huskies have won eight straight meetings... Brandon Young scored a career-high 35 points... it is his second career game of 30 or more points... the output is also the 30th game in program history of 35 or more points... the loss for the Blue Demons was the first in true road games this season.

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL

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1st 2nd Final --/#24 Cincinnati 41 34 75 DePaul 38 32 70

Jan. 15, 2013  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Cincinnati (15-3, 3-2) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Titus Rubles, f 0-1 0-1 2-4 1-2-3 Cheikh Mbodj, c 2-3 0-0 2-3 0-3-3 Cashmere Wright, g 8-11 2-3 2-3 0-2-2 Sean Kilpatrick, g 4-7 3-4 7-10 0-6-6 JaQuon Parker, g 5-10 1-3 1-4 0-3-3 Shaquille Thomas 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Justin Jackson 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-3-4 Ge’Lawn Guyn 2-3 0-0 3-4 0-2-2 Jermaine Sanders 1-3 0-2 0-1 2-1-3 David Nyarsuk 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-1-3 Team 1-5-6 Totals 25-42 6-13 19-31 7-28-35 .595 .462 .613

PF 4 1 1 0 1 0 3 3 1 1

Pts A TO Blk 2 1 1 0 6 0 1 7 20 7 2 0 18 3 2 1 12 0 6 0 4 0 1 0 2 1 2 1 7 0 2 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 1 3 15 75 15 19 12

S MIN 1 21 0 21 0 22 1 31 0 32 0 10 0 12 0 14 0 19 0 18 2 200

DePaul (10-7, 1-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 14-20 1-2 3-4 4-4-8 3 32 0 1 1 1 36 Jamee Crockett, f 1-7 0-3 0-0 0-1-1 3 2 1 1 0 1 26 Donnavan Kirk, f 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-4-4 2 4 0 1 1 1 26 Brandon Young, g 8-19 0-4 2-2 1-1-2 2 18 4 5 0 3 37 Charles McKinney, g 4-7 1-1 1-2 1-2-3 2 10 4 0 0 3 24 Worrel Clahar 0-4 0-1 0-0 0-3-3 4 0 4 1 0 1 16 Derrell Robertson 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 2 2 0 0 0 0 14 Moses Morgan 1-5 0-2 0-0 1-0-1 3 2 0 0 0 0 15 Durrell McDonald 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 Team 1-0-1 Totals 31-66 2-14 6-8 9-18-27 21 70 13 10 2 10 200 .470 .143 .750 Officials: Jim Burr, Michael Stephens, Bo Boroski | Attendance: 8,120 Game Notes: Tuesday was the 50th all-time meeting between the two programs... Cincinnati leads the series by a 35-15 margin... the Bearcats have won five straight games in the series... DePaul gave up its largest lead of the season of 11 points in the first half... previously, it was a 10-point lead at Chicago State on Dec. 5... Cincinnati’s Cheikh Mbodj set a new Allstate Arena record for an opponent with seven blocked shots... as a team, Cincinnati tied the arena opponent record with a combined 12 rejections... Southern posted 12 blocked shots on Dec. 19, 2008... Cleveland Melvin recorded his second game of the season and third career with 30 or more points... Melvin moved into 25th all-time on DePaul’s scoring list.

St. John’s DePaul

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1st 2nd Final 35 36 71 33 29 62

Jan. 19, 2013  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

St. John’s (11-7, 3-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R JaKarr Sampson, f 4-11 0-0 2-5 0-5-5 Sir’Dominic Pointer, f 5-6 0-0 4-4 3-8-11 Jamal Branch, g 9-14 0-0 0-1 1-1-2 Phil Greene IV, g 0-5 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 D’Angelo Harrison, g 4-12 0-3 7-9 2-6-8 Christian Jones 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Chris Obekpa 3-3 0-0 0-1 2-4-6 Amir Garrett 3-7 0-0 0-0 2-3-5 Felix Balamou 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 Team 0-3-3 Totals 29-59 0-4 13-20 10-31-41 .492 .000 .650

PF 0 1 2 1 2 0 1 1 0

Pts A TO Blk S MIN 10 0 2 1 1 26 14 2 6 1 3 38 18 3 2 0 4 38 0 2 1 0 1 13 15 2 1 0 3 38 2 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 2 3 1 24 6 0 2 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 8 71 9 18 5 13 200

DePaul (10-8, 1-4) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 7-18 0-2 2-4 3-5-8 1 16 1 3 1 2 36 Jamee Crockett, f 7-16 2-7 3-3 4-0-4 5 19 3 3 0 4 33 Donnavan Kirk, f 3-6 0-1 0-0 2-3-5 3 6 0 0 0 0 27 Brandon Young, g 2-11 0-5 2-2 3-7-10 0 6 3 7 0 2 28 Charles McKinney, g 1-8 0-1 0-0 2-4-6 0 2 2 1 0 0 19 Worrel Clahar 1-3 0-2 0-0 0-0-0 2 2 0 1 0 1 12 Derrell Robertson 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 3 2 0 0 0 0 13 Moses Morgan 3-9 3-7 0-0 0-1-1 1 9 2 3 0 2 20 Durrell McDonald 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 3 0 0 0 12 Team 2-2-4 Totals 25-72 5-25 7-9 17-26-43 17 62 14 18 1 11 200 .347 .200 .778 Officials: John Cahill, Gene Steratore, Tony Chiazza | Attendance: 7,785 Game Notes: St. John’s leads the all-time series by a 16-14 margin... the Red Storm has won seven straight games in the series... Brandon Young set a new career high in rebounds with 10 boards... previous career best was six rebounds on four occasions... Cleveland Melvin moved into 24th place on DePaul’s all-time scoring list... he entered the game needing six points to pass Joey Meyer (196871, 1,233 pts.)... Melvin also grabbed his 500th career rebound... DePaul lost for just the second time this season when outrebounding the opponent (7-2 overall).

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1st 2nd Final 30 25 55 53 40 93

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Jan. 26, 2013  Petersen Events Center  Pittsburgh, Pa.

DePaul (10-9, 1-5) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 3-14 0-3 1-2 2-3-5 4 7 0 2 0 0 27 Jamee Crockett, f 1-8 0-1 1-2 2-3-5 2 3 1 2 0 0 23 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-4 1-1 0-0 2-1-3 4 3 0 1 0 0 17 Brandon Young, g 3-16 1-3 6-11 1-4-5 1 13 5 1 0 3 30 Charles McKinney, g 1-4 0-1 1-1 0-2-2 2 3 1 2 0 1 16 Worrel Clahar 0-1 0-1 3-4 0-0-0 1 3 2 3 0 1 12 Edwind McGhee 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 0 2 0 0 0 1 5 Jodan Price 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 Derrell Robertson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 Cory Dolins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Moses Morgan 4-8 3-6 0-0 1-1-2 1 11 0 4 0 1 22 Durrell McDonald 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 2 0 0 0 0 10 Peter Ryckbosch 1-1 0-0 0-2 3-0-3 3 2 0 1 0 1 16 Stuart Pirri 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Montray Clemons 2-4 0-0 2-2 1-1-2 3 6 0 1 1 0 11 Team 3-2-5 Totals 18-65 5-18 14-24 15-19-34 23 55 10 18 1 8 200 .277 .278 .583 Pittsburgh (17-4, 5-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Lamar Patterson, f 5-8 1-3 4-4 3-4-7 Talib Zanna, f 3-9 0-0 2-4 1-5-6 Steven Adams, c 4-8 0-0 1-1 5-9-14 James Robinson, g 0-3 0-1 1-2 1-2-3 Tray Woodall, g 3-6 2-4 0-0 0-1-1 Cameron Wright 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-4-4 Durand Johnson 3-7 1-4 0-0 0-3-3 Dante Taylor 2-6 0-0 5-6 2-6-8 Trey Zeigler 7-12 0-0 4-6 4-1-5 J.J. Moore 4-7 1-2 1-1 1-2-3 Team 3-1-4 Totals 35-71 5-14 18-24 20-38-58 .493 .357 .750

PF Pts A TO Blk 3 15 2 3 1 2 8 1 0 2 0 9 2 0 3 1 1 3 1 0 3 8 8 2 0 1 8 2 1 1 2 7 1 6 0 1 9 1 1 2 3 18 2 4 0 3 10 1 0 0 19 93 23 18 9

S MIN 0 16 3 20 1 24 0 23 2 24 2 21 1 18 0 18 0 18 0 18 9 200

Officials: Pat Driscoll, John Gaffney, Rob Riley | Attendance: 12,512 Game Notes: Pittsburgh leads the series by an 8-2 margin... DePaul’s field goal percentage was the lowest since shooting .241 (14-58) at Northwestern on Dec. 6, 2008... Moses Morgan became the 16th player in program history with 100 career three-pointers with his third three of the game... Brandon Young moved into 33rd on DePaul’s all-time scoring list.

DePaul St. John’s

1st 2nd OT Final 31 38 5 74 38 31 10 79

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Jan. 30, 2013  Carnesecca Arena  Piscataway, N.J.

DePaul (10-10, 1-6) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 2-11 0-2 6-6 6-7-13 3 10 0 3 0 1 38 Jamee Crockett, g 5-13 1-6 3-4 2-4-6 3 14 2 1 1 0 34 Donnavan Kirk, f 2-7 0-1 2-2 3-3-6 0 6 1 2 5 0 34 Brandon Young, g 9-18 2-8 1-2 2-1-3 4 21 5 4 0 0 36 Charles McKinney, g 2-3 0-0 1-1 2-2-4 4 5 1 1 0 1 22 Worrel Clahar 1-5 1-2 2-2 0-4-4 4 5 2 2 0 0 14 Derrell Robertson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 Moses Morgan 4-10 2-4 3-3 2-3-5 1 13 1 3 1 0 27 Durrell McDonald 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 2 0 1 2 0 1 7 Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Team 4-2-6 Totals 25-70 6-24 18-20 21-31-52 23 74 13 18 7 3 225 .357 .250 .900 St. John’s (14-7, 6-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R JaKarr Sampson, f 5-15 0-0 3-8 2-6-8 Sir’Dominic Pointer, f 4-5 1-1 2-2 5-7-12 Jamal Branch, g 3-13 0-1 5-7 1-2-3 Phil Greene IV, g 5-14 1-3 2-2 1-1-2 D’Angelo Harrison, g 6-14 3-6 2-2 1-2-3 Marco Bourgault 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0-0 Christian Jones 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Chris Obekpa 0-2 0-0 1-4 4-1-5 Amir Garrett 3-6 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 Felix Balamou 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Team 0-3-3 Totals 28-71 6-12 17-27 15-24-39 .394 .500 .630

PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN 2 13 0 0 1 0 30 3 11 1 2 2 1 30 1 11 3 1 0 6 34 0 13 2 0 1 1 43 5 17 3 1 1 1 30 1 3 0 0 0 0 4 1 2 0 0 1 0 3 2 1 1 0 5 2 29 1 8 1 1 0 1 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 16 79 11 5 11 12 225

Officials: Ed Corbett, Evon Burroughs, Jeff Clark | Attendance: 4,949 Game Notes: St. John’s sweeps the season series and leads the all-time series by a 17-14 margin... the Red Storm has won eight straight in the series... the Blue Demons made a three-pointer for the 599th straight game... DePaul is now 36-36 all-time in overtime games... the Blue Demons have lost six straight overtime games... DePaul and St. John’s went to overtime for the second time in the last six meetings... the Red Storm claimed a 90-82 win in triple overtime on March 5, 2010 at Allstate Arena.


2012-13 REVIEW

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1st 2nd OT Final Notre Dame 39 31 9 79 DePaul 30 40 1 71

Feb. 2, 2013  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Notre Dame (18-4, 6-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Pat Connaughton, f 3-7 1-4 1-2 1-4-5 2 8 1 1 0 2 38 Tom Knight, f 2-7 0-0 2-2 2-5-7 4 6 1 1 1 1 30 Jack Cooley, f 9-15 0-0 8-10 4-12-16 4 26 0 0 3 1 42 Eric Atkins, g 5-12 2-2 4-6 1-2-3 3 16 5 4 1 4 43 Jerian Grant, g 2-9 0-3 6-12 0-5-5 3 10 5 1 0 0 43 Cameron Biedscheid 3-8 1-4 0-0 1-1-2 1 7 1 0 0 0 15 Zach Auguste 3-4 0-0 0-0 2-0-2 2 6 0 0 1 0 14 Team 1-1-2 Totals 27-62 4-13 21-32 12-30-42 19 79 13 7 6 8 225 .435 .308 .656 DePaul (10-11, 1-7) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 6-15 0-0 1-2 2-8-10 3 13 0 1 1 0 31 Jamee Crockett, f 5-12 3-7 0-0 0-6-6 3 13 4 2 0 0 31 Donnavan Kirk, f 5-13 0-1 1-3 6-1-7 1 11 1 0 2 0 34 Brandon Young, g 4-12 1-4 6-8 0-1-1 2 15 5 2 1 0 34 Charles McKinney, g 4-4 2-2 0-2 0-3-3 3 10 3 2 0 0 29 Worrel Clahar 2-5 0-2 5-5 1-4-5 4 9 1 1 0 2 33 Derrell Robertson 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 4 0 0 1 2 0 11 Moses Morgan 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-3-3 1 0 1 0 0 0 11 Durrell McDonald 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 Montray Clemons 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 1 0 0 6 Team 3-1-4 1 Totals 26-65 6-18 13-20 14-28-42 23 71 16 11 6 2 225 .400 .333 .650 Officials: Michael Stephens, Mike Roberts, Bill McCarthy | Attendance: 11,354 Game Notes: The game was the 103rd meeting between DePaul and Notre Dame... Notre Dame leads the series by a 59-44 advantage... the Irish have won eight straight games against the Blue Demons... Jamee Crockett’s three-pointer to open the scoring for the Blue Demons extended DePaul’s streak to 600 consecutive games with a three-pointer... the Blue Demons played an overtime game for the second straight game... it is the first time with back-to-back overtime games since the 1987-88 season... the Blue Demons lost to Pepperdine, 84-76, on Nov. 28 and defeated Niagara, 88-87, in overtime... DePaul is 36-37 all-time in overtime games... five players finished in double-figures for the first time since Oliver Purnell’s first game at DePaul against Chicago State on Nov. 14, 2010.

Villanova DePaul

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1st 2nd Final 40 54 94 40 31 71

Feb. 5, 2013  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Villanova (14-9, 5-5) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Mouphtaou Yarou, f 3-7 0-0 5-5 1-6-7 Daniel Ochefu, f 3-5 0-0 0-3 0-2-2 Darrun Hilliard, g 7-11 1-2 2-2 0-3-3 Ryan Arcidiacono, g 7-12 5-10 4-6 0-2-2 James Bell, g 6-9 4-6 0-0 1-5-6 Tony Chennault 4-5 0-0 2-2 0-4-4 Mislav Brzoja 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 JayVaughon Pinkston 4-8 0-0 3-4 2-2-4 Achraf Yacoubou 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Maurice Sutton 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Team 3-2-5 Totals 34-57 10-18 16-22 7-26-33 .596 .556 .727

PF 3 3 1 2 3 3 0 1 0 0

Pts A TO Blk 11 1 2 0 6 2 2 1 17 4 2 0 23 5 4 0 16 1 0 0 10 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 94 18 13 1

S MIN 1 30 0 23 1 30 0 33 2 32 1 17 0 1 2 27 0 6 0 1 7 200

DePaul (10-12, 1-8) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 9-13 1-2 0-2 2-3-5 0 19 0 2 0 0 32 Jamee Crockett, f 5-11 2-6 4-4 1-2-3 2 16 0 2 1 1 29 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-2 1-1 0-0 2-2-4 4 3 1 0 3 0 28 Brandon Young, g 4-12 1-3 2-2 0-1-1 1 11 5 3 0 2 30 Charles McKinney, g 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 2 2 1 3 0 0 13 Worrel Clahar 4-11 3-4 1-1 1-6-7 0 12 5 0 0 0 31 Edwind McGhee 0-1 0-1 2-2 0-1-1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 Derrell Robertson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 4 0 0 2 1 0 11 Moses Morgan 1-4 0-2 1-2 0-0-0 0 3 1 1 0 0 12 Durrell McDonald 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-2-2 1 3 0 2 0 0 6 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 0 1 0 0 5 Team 1-0-1 Totals 26-58 9-21 10-13 7-20-27 16 71 13 16 6 3 200 .448 .429 .769 Officials: Jim Burr, Tony Greene, Gary Prager | Attendance: 7,602 Game Notes: The game was the 24th all-time meeting between DePaul and Villanova... the Wildcats lead the series by a 16-8 margin... Villanova has won six straight meetings in the series... Brandon Young’s first three-pointer moved him into a tie for 18th on DePaul’s career three-point field goal list.

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1st 2nd Final DePaul 38 40 78 #24/-- Marquette 43 46 89

Feb. 9, 2013  BMO Harris Bradley Center  Milwaukee, Wis.

DePaul (10-13, 1-9) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 3-7 1-2 2-2 2-2-4 4 9 1 1 1 0 27 Donnavan Kirk, f 7-9 2-3 0-0 2-2-4 3 16 1 1 3 0 31 Worrel Clahar, g 6-12 3-6 1-2 0-2-2 3 16 4 2 0 0 34 Brandon Young, g 6-11 1-3 8-8 0-3-3 2 21 6 1 0 4 34 Charles McKinney, g 4-6 1-1 0-0 0-3-3 2 9 1 3 0 1 26 Edwind McGhee 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-0-0 1 3 0 0 0 0 12 Derrell Robertson 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-1-3 4 0 0 1 0 0 10 Jamee Crockett 1-7 0-2 0-0 1-0-1 2 2 0 0 0 0 13 Durrell McDonald 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 5 0 1 0 0 1 6 Montray Clemons 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-0-2 0 2 0 1 0 0 6 Team 2-0-2 Totals 29-59 9-20 11-12 11-13-24 26 78 14 10 4 6 200 .492 .450 .917 Marquette (17-5, 8-2) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Juan Anderson, f 1-4 0-1 0-0 2-2-4 Chris Otule, c 5-5 0-0 0-0 3-2-5 Junior Cadougan, g 8-13 0-2 1-2 0-5-5 Vander Blue, g 5-9 0-1 8-8 0-3-3 Trent Lockett, g 1-3 0-0 4-4 0-3-3 Jamil Wilson 3-5 2-2 3-4 2-1-3 Todd Mayo 4-10 1-4 0-0 1-0-1 Derrick Wilson 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 Steve Taylor Jr. 1-1 0-0 1-1 1-0-1 Davante Gardner 3-4 0-0 7-8 1-2-3 Team 2-0-2 Totals 31-55 3-11 24-27 12-18-30 .564 .273 .889

PF Pts A TO Blk 1 2 0 1 1 0 10 0 1 1 2 17 6 2 0 1 18 2 0 0 3 6 5 1 1 2 11 2 2 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 13 2 1 0 14 89 18 9 3

S MIN 0 11 0 15 1 33 1 36 0 28 0 22 1 17 0 8 0 6 0 24 3 200

Officials: Pat Driscoll, John Gaffney, Alfred Smith | Attendance: 16,176 Game Notes: Marquette leads the series, 68-44... Saturday was the 112th meeting between the two programs... the Golden Eagles have won the last four games... Brandon Young became the first player since Rod Strickland with at least 100 assists in three straight seasons... Young’s six assists at Marquette give him 103 for the season... DePaul has lost 39 straight games against ranked opponents... the last win for DePaul over a ranked opponent was an 85-76 win against No. 17/16 Villanova on Jan. 3, 2008.

1st 2nd OT Final DePaul 32 34 12 78 #21/21 Notre Dame 43 23 16 82

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Feb. 13, 2013  Purcell Pavilion  Notre Dame, Ind.

DePaul (10-14, 1-10) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 11-21 1-2 0-0 1-3-4 3 23 2 0 1 1 40 Jamee Crockett, f 4-9 2-4 0-0 0-4-4 5 10 2 3 1 2 27 Donnavan Kirk, f 7-12 2-3 0-1 0-4-4 2 16 0 0 2 0 39 Brandon Young, g 7-14 3-4 3-4 1-3-4 2 20 6 1 0 3 40Charles McKinney, g 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-3-3 3 2 3 0 0 1 25 Worrel Clahar 2-5 0-1 1-2 0-2-2 4 5 7 1 1 0 34 Edwind McGhee 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 Derrell Robertson 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Durrell McDonald 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 Peter Ryckbosch 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 2 2 0 1 0 0 4 Team 2-0-2 1 Totals 33-68 8-16 4-7 6-19-25 23 78 21 7 5 7 225 .485 .500 .571 Notre Dame (20-5, 8-4) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Tom Knight, f 2-8 0-0 1-2 3-5-8 2 5 1 1 2 0 29 Jack Cooley, f 5-8 0-0 6-7 3-7-10 2 16 0 1 1 0 37 Eric Atkins, g 5-12 3-6 0-1 1-4-5 1 13 9 3 0 0 42 Jerian Grant, g 6-13 1-3 8-10 2-3-5 0 21 9 2 0 1 42 Pat Connaughton, g 2-4 1-2 2-2 1-3-4 3 7 0 2 0 0 30 Cameron Biedscheid 2-3 0-0 3-4 0-1-1 0 7 1 2 0 1 21 Zach Auguste 3-3 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 1 6 0 2 0 0 10 Garrick Sherman 3-5 0-0 1-2 0-4-4 1 7 1 1 0 1 14 Team 2-1-3 1 Totals 28-56 5-11 21-28 13-31-44 10 82 21 15 3 3 225 .500 .455 .750 Officials: John Cahill, Roger Ayers, Chris Beaver | Attendance: 8,554 Game Notes: The game was the 104th all-time meeting between DePaul and Notre Dame... the Irish lead the series, 60-44... Notre Dame has won nine straight games against the Blue Demons including two this season... Cleveland Melvin moved into 20th place on DePaul’s all-time scoring list... Melvin scored at least 20 points in his 25th career game... Brandon Young moved into 25th on DePaul’s all-time scoring chart... Young has scored 20 or more in 20 career games... DePaul played its third overtime game of the season... the loss was the 40th straight for DePaul against ranked opponents... the loss was also the first of the season when leading with five minutes left in regulation.

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL Rutgers DePaul

1st 2nd Final 32 37 69 32 43 75

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Feb. 16, 2013  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Rutgers (13-11, 4-9) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Austin Johnson, f 1-6 0-0 0-0 2-0-2 Wally Judge, f 3-5 0-0 4-4 2-4-6 Jerome Seagears, g 2-7 2-4 0-0 1-0-1 Myles Mack, g 11-19 3-7 3-4 1-3-4 Eli Carter, g 1-3 0-0 2-3 0-2-2 Dane Miller 1-4 0-0 2-5 1-4-5 Mike Poole 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Malick Kone 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 Derrick Randall 2-2 0-0 1-2 3-1-4 Kadeem Jack 3-4 0-0 2-2 1-0-1 Vince Garrett 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 Team 0-1-1 Totals 25-54 5-12 14-20 12-18-30 .463 .417 .700

PF Pts A TO Blk 3 2 0 1 0 3 10 0 1 0 4 6 4 2 0 2 28 2 0 0 1 4 2 3 0 1 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 5 0 0 1 4 8 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 21 69 12 13 1

S MIN 1 11 0 22 2 33 1 34 0 20 1 24 1 11 0 9 1 14 1 19 0 3 8 200

DePaul (11-14, 2-10) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 6-14 1-3 2-2 2-4-6 1 15 2 4 0 1 33 Donnavan Kirk, c 5-10 1-2 0-0 4-3-7 2 11 0 0 0 0 31 Worrel Clahar, g 7-8 0-1 5-6 1-3-4 3 19 7 3 1 3 32 Brandon Young, g 5-15 0-3 6-10 3-3-6 1 16 3 0 0 0 37 Charles McKinney, g 1-4 0-0 3-4 1-3-4 3 5 3 2 0 2 25 Edwind McGhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Derrell Robertson 2-4 0-0 0-0 5-0-5 2 4 0 0 0 0 16 Jamee Crockett 1-3 1-3 2-2 0-1-1 5 5 1 0 0 2 14 Durrell McDonald 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 2 0 0 10 Team 1-3-4 1 Totals 27-59 3-12 18-24 17-21-38 17 75 17 12 1 8 200 .458 .250 .750 Officials: Ed Corbett, Brian O’Connell, Clarence Armstrong | Attendance: 8,520 Game Notes: The game was the ninth meeting... Rutgers leads the series 5-4... DePaul has won two straight against the Scarlet Knights... the win snaps a season-high nine game losing streak for DePaul... DePaul has now made a three-point basket in 604 straight games dating back 20 years to the day (Feb. 16, 1993)... DePaul won for just the second time this season with a lower field goal percentage than the opponent... the Blue Demons are 2-13 this season with lower field goal percentage... the Blue Demons are 11-1 when leading with five minutes remaining in the second half.

1st 2nd Final DePaul 29 37 66 #11/11 Georgetown 43 47 90

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Feb. 20, 2013  Verizon Center  Washington, D.C.

DePaul (11-15, 2-11) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 4-13 0-2 0-0 3-3-6 1 8 2 2 1 0 29 Donnavan Kirk, f 3-6 1-3 1-2 4-4-8 3 8 1 2 1 0 24 Worrel Clahar, g 1-4 0-2 2-3 0-2-2 3 4 3 3 0 0 22 Brandon Young, g 6-12 0-1 4-4 4-3-7 2 16 4 0 0 2 26 Charles McKinney, g 1-4 0-1 2-5 1-1-2 1 4 0 1 0 1 15 Edwind McGhee 0-4 0-1 2-2 2-0-2 0 2 0 1 0 0 9 Jodan Price 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Derrell Robertson 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 1 1 0 10 Moses Morgan 1-3 1-3 0-0 0-1-1 2 3 1 2 0 1 13 Jamee Crockett 5-9 0-2 0-1 1-0-1 1 10 0 2 0 0 18 Durrell McDonald 2-5 1-1 0-0 0-0-0 1 5 0 0 0 0 17 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1-2 1 1 0 0 0 1 8 Montray Clemons 2-4 0-0 1-1 2-0-2 0 5 0 0 0 0 8 Team 1-2-3 1 Totals 25-65 3-16 13-20 19-17-36 18 66 11 14 3 5 200 .385 .188 .650 Georgetown (20-4, 10-3) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Mikael Hopkins, f 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 4 4 4 2 1 2 19 Otto Porter, f 3-9 1-2 4-6 1-2-3 0 11 2 0 1 2 20 Nate Lubick, f 7-11 0-0 1-2 2-6-8 0 15 3 3 0 1 35 Markel Starks, g 3-5 2-3 0-0 0-4-4 2 8 7 2 0 1 33 Jabril Trawick, g 5-6 1-2 2-3 1-2-3 3 13 1 1 2 2 26 D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera 10-12 5-6 8-10 0-3-3 0 33 1 1 0 1 34 David Allen 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Brandon Bolden 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Aaron Bowen 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 4 6 1 1 0 1 12 John Caprio 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 Stephen Domingo 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 1 1 1 0 11 Moses Ayegba 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 2 0 1 0 6 Bradley Hayes 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 0-2-2 Totals 33-52 9-15 15-21 5-26-31 16 90 22 11 7 10 200 .635 .600 .714 Officials: Pat Driscoll, Mike Roberts, Mike Stephens | Attendance: 9,987 Game Notes: Georgetown leads the series by a 21-6 margin... the loss was the 41st straight for DePaul against ranked opponents.

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Connecticut DePaul

1st 2nd Final 34 47 81 37 32 69

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Feb. 23, 2013  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Connecticut (19-7, 9-5) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN DeAndre Daniels, f 2-5 0-2 0-0 0-5-5 3 4 1 2 0 1 21 Tyler Olander, f 2-3 0-0 1-1 1-4-5 1 5 1 1 0 0 20 Ryan Boatright, g 7-11 2-4 1-2 0-4-4 1 17 6 4 0 0 37 Shabazz Napier, g 8-13 5-7 7-7 1-6-7 2 28 4 6 0 2 37 Omar Calhoun, g 7-11 2-5 1-2 1-4-5 0 17 4 2 0 2 37 Phillip Nolan 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 3 0 0 0 2 0 14 Keifer Lammi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Brendan Allen 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Niels Giffey 4-6 2-3 0-0 1-2-3 4 10 0 2 0 0 20 RJ Evans 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 2 0 0 1 5 Trey James 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Leon Tolksdorf 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Dave Vandal 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Tor Watts 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 0-0-0 Totals 30-50 11-22 10-12 5-27-32 14 81 18 17 2 6 200 .600 .500 .833 DePaul (11-16, 2-12) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 8-18 1-4 3-5 4-6-10 1 20 0 3 0 3 34 Donnavan Kirk, f 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 1 6 0 1 1 2 33 Worrel Clahar, g 4-9 1-3 1-2 0-2-2 4 10 7 1 0 3 30 Brandon Young, g 6-15 0-1 1-1 0-1-1 2 13 6 1 0 2 31 Charles McKinney, g 4-5 1-2 0-0 0-1-1 2 9 1 1 1 1 22 Derrell Robertson 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0-0 1 2 0 2 0 1 5 Cory Dolins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Moses Morgan 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Jamee Crockett 2-5 2-4 1-2 0-2-2 0 7 1 1 0 1 19 Durrell McDonald 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0-0 1 2 0 1 0 1 13 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Stuart Pirri 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Team 1-0-1 Totals 28-58 5-15 8-13 5-16-21 12 69 15 11 2 14 200 .483 .333 .615 Officials: Doug Shows, Bryan Kersey, Tim Clougherty | Attendance: 8,662 Game Notes: Connecticut leads the series, 10-1, with a nine-game winning streak... the loss was the first this season when DePaul was leading at halftime.

#10/9 Louisville DePaul

1st 2nd Final 34 45 79 25 33 58

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Feb. 27, 2013  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Louisville (23-5, 11-4) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Wayne Blackshear, f 1-3 1-2 1-2 0-3-3 3 4 0 0 1 0 22 Chane Behanan, f 4-5 0-0 2-5 4-5-9 1 10 1 3 0 1 24 Gorgui Dieng, c 3-9 0-0 4-4 0-4-4 3 10 2 3 1 3 25 Russ Smith, g 5-13 0-1 7-8 1-3-4 2 17 5 4 0 4 31 Peyton Siva, g 5-12 0-2 6-6 1-3-4 4 16 6 4 1 2 32 Kevin Ware 1-3 0-0 0-0 2-3-5 2 2 1 2 2 2 16 Luke Hancock 2-4 1-3 2-2 0-2-2 1 7 0 0 0 0 18 Tim Henderson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Montrezl Harrell 5-7 0-0 1-2 3-4-7 1 11 0 1 0 0 16 Stephan Van Treese 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-1-3 1 2 0 1 2 0 15 Team 4-1-5 Totals 26-56 2-8 25-31 17-29-46 18 79 15 18 7 12 200 .464 .250 .806 DePaul (11-17, 2-13) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 10-20 0-1 0-2 2-1-3 1 20 0 1 1 3 36 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-8-9 2 2 0 2 1 0 24 Worrel Clahar, g 3-7 0-0 0-1 1-1-2 3 6 3 5 0 3 34 Brandon Young, g 7-19 1-3 7-9 0-0-0 2 22 6 3 0 1 36 Charles McKinney, g 0-1 0-1 2-2 1-1-2 0 2 1 2 0 2 13 Edwind McGhee 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-0-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Derrell Robertson 0-2 0-0 2-2 4-0-4 3 2 2 0 1 0 11 Moses Morgan 2-7 0-2 0-0 2-1-3 1 4 0 0 0 1 19 Jamee Crockett 0-5 0-2 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 0 2 2 0 18 Durrell McDonald 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 3 0 1 3 0 0 5 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 4-2-6 1 Totals 23-64 1-9 11-17 17-16-33 18 58 13 19 5 10 200 .359 .111 .647 Officials: Mike Roberts, Gene Steratore, Jim Burr | Attendance: 8,654 Game Notes: Wednesday was the 59th meeting between the two programs... Louisville leads the series, 38-21... the Cardinals have won 10 straight games against the Blue Demons... Cleveland Melvin moved from 17th to 15th on DePaul’s all-time scoring list... he passed Stanley Brundy (1985-89) for 16th and Tyrone Corbin (1981-85) for 15th... with the loss, DePaul has now dropped 42 straight games against ranked opponents.


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1st 2nd Final 33 40 73 37 46 83

March 3, 2013  USF Sun Dome  Tampa, Fla.

DePaul (11-18, 2-14) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 8-12 0-0 2-2 0-2-2 3 18 0 3 1 1 33 Donnavan Kirk, f 2-4 1-1 0-0 0-2-2 1 5 0 1 1 0 31 Worrel Clahar, g 2-9 0-3 0-0 2-2-4 2 4 6 4 1 0 25 Brandon Young, g 7-8 0-0 4-5 0-2-2 2 18 5 4 0 0 36 Charles McKinney, g 5-6 0-1 3-3 2-5-7 3 13 4 0 0 2 28 Derrell Robertson 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 Moses Morgan 2-6 2-4 0-0 0-2-2 2 6 0 1 0 1 21 Jamee Crockett 2-6 1-3 4-6 1-2-3 0 9 1 0 1 0 20 Durrell McDonald 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 Team 1-1-2 Totals 28-53 4-13 13-16 7-18-25 14 73 17 13 4 4 200 .528 .308 .813 USF (11-17, 2-14) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R Toarlyn Fitzpatrick, f 7-12 5-8 0-0 3-5-8 Martino Brock, g 6-10 1-3 0-0 3-3-6 Victor Rudd, g 4-10 2-3 6-6 0-4-4 Jawanza Poland, g 5-9 1-2 0-0 1-0-1 Anthony Collins, g 7-12 0-0 2-2 1-3-4 Zach LeDay 2-4 0-1 4-5 0-2-2 Mike McCloskey 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 JaVontae Hawkins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 Kore White 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 Team 1-3-4 Totals 31-57 9-17 12-13 9-21-30 .544 .529 .923

PF 3 2 1 1 4 2 0 1 1

Pts A TO Blk 19 2 0 3 13 3 2 0 16 3 2 0 11 0 2 0 16 4 2 0 8 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 15 83 14 10 4

S MIN 0 37 5 33 0 36 0 26 1 38 0 13 0 1 0 7 0 9 6 200

Officials: Pat Driscoll, Doug Shows, Steve McJunkins | Attendance: 5,383 Game Notes: DePaul leads the series, 15-12... the Bulls have won eight straight games... Cleveland Melvin became the 13th player in program history with 1,400 career points... he finished the game with 1,406 points and moved from 15th to 13th on DePaul’s all-time scoring list... Brandon Young moved into a tie for 20th place on DePaul’s all-time scoring list... DePaul shot a season-high .528 from the field... it was the highest field goal percentage since shooting .537 against Seton Hall on March 3, 2012.

1st 2nd Final DePaul 26 31 57 #17/16 Syracuse 35 43 78

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March 6, 2013  Carrier Dome  Syracuse, N.Y.

DePaul (11-19, 2-15) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 6-14 0-1 3-6 4-4-8 0 15 2 3 1 0 32 Jamee Crockett, f 2-10 2-6 2-2 1-3-4 4 8 0 2 0 1 29 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 0 2 1 0 0 0 18 Brandon Young, g 4-6 1-2 3-9 0-2-2 4 12 6 3 0 2 32 Charles McKinney, g 1-4 0-1 2-2 1-0-1 4 4 0 2 0 1 17 Worrel Clahar 0-1 0-1 1-2 2-0-2 4 1 0 2 0 0 13 Edwind McGhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 Jodan Price 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0+ Derrell Robertson 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-2-3 4 0 0 1 0 0 16 Cory Dolins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Moses Morgan 3-8 2-5 1-2 1-1-2 1 9 1 2 2 1 20 Durrell McDonald 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 2 2 0 0 0 0 6 Peter Ryckbosch 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 Stuart Pirri 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Montray Clemons 2-4 0-1 0-0 2-2-4 1 4 0 1 0 0 10 Team 3-6-9 1 Totals 20-53 5-18 12-24 15-23-38 25 57 11 18 3 6 200 .377 .278 .500 Syracuse (23-7, 11-6) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN C.J. Fair, f 7-16 1-2 1-3 1-6-7 1 16 0 1 3 1 36 James Southerland, f 5-18 1-10 11-11 6-4-10 2 22 1 1 0 1 35 Rakeem Christmas, c 3-7 0-0 0-0 1-5-6 5 6 0 1 5 1 22 Michael Carter-Williams, g 3-6 0-1 4-5 3-2-5 2 10 5 2 1 4 36 Brandon Triche, g 4-9 0-2 7-9 2-3-5 4 15 4 3 1 0 35 Jerami Grant 0-3 0-0 1-2 2-1-3 0 1 0 1 1 0 8 Trevor Cooney 1-4 0-3 0-0 0-1-1 2 2 1 0 0 1 9 Baye Moussa Keita 2-3 0-0 0-0 4-0-4 1 4 0 0 1 0 13 Griffin Hoffmann 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Matt Lyde-Cajuste 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 DaJuan Coleman 1-1 0-0 0-1 2-0-2 2 2 0 1 0 1 4 Team 1-3-4 Totals 26-67 2-18 24-31 22-25-47 19 78 11 10 12 9 200 .388 .111 .774 Officials: Michael Stephens, Jeffrey Anderson, Clarence Armstrong | Attendance: 23,380 Game Notes: Syracuse leads the series, 10-4, with seven straight wins... Brandon Young became the sixth player in program history with 400 career assists... DePaul lost its 43rd straight game against a ranked opponent.

1st 2nd Final #20/22 Pittsburgh 46 35 81 DePaul 35 31 66

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March 9, 2013  Allstate Arena  Rosemont, Ill.

Pittsburgh (24-7, 12-6) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Lamar Patterson, f 3-5 1-3 1-2 0-4-4 1 8 4 3 0 0 29 Talib Zanna, f 2-4 0-0 1-2 1-3-4 2 5 3 1 2 0 24 Steven Adams, c 4-6 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 1 8 0 0 1 0 21 James Robinson, g 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0-0 4 2 4 2 0 1 19 Tray Woodall, g 8-11 2-4 0-0 1-6-7 3 18 4 4 0 1 29 Cameron Wright 3-3 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 2 7 3 2 2 2 24 Durand Johnson 2-3 1-2 1-1 0-1-1 0 6 1 1 0 0 11 Dante Taylor 3-3 0-0 0-0 2-3-5 3 6 1 2 0 1 17 Trey Zeigler 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 0 0 1 0 1 7 J.J. Moore 8-8 5-5 0-0 0-0-0 2 21 1 0 0 0 19 Team 0-1-1 Totals 33-46 9-14 6-9 7-20-27 18 81 21 16 5 6 200 .717 .643 .667 DePaul (11-20, 2-16) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Donnavan Kirk, f 0-1 0-0 0-0 Stuart Pirri, f 0-0 0-0 0-0 Worrel Clahar, g 7-11 1-3 4-6 Brandon Young, g 6-16 2-6 8-8 Charles McKinney, g 1-3 1-2 0-0 Edwind McGhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 Derrell Robertson 0-0 0-0 0-0 Cleveland Melvin 4-10 1-2 3-4 Moses Morgan 0-1 0-1 0-0 Jamee Crockett 2-3 2-3 4-4 Durrell McDonald 0-0 0-0 0-0 Montray Clemons 0-0 0-0 0-0 Team Totals 20-45 7-17 19-22 .444 .412 .864

O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN 1-1-2 0 0 1 0 1 2 28 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1-1-2 5 19 2 3 0 2 32 0-2-2 2 22 3 1 0 1 38 0-0-0 1 3 0 0 0 1 12 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 3 9 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 1 1 12 2-0-2 1 12 1 2 1 0 30 1-0-1 0 0 1 1 0 0 9 0-0-0 3 10 1 1 0 0 21 1-0-1 2 0 0 2 0 1 6 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-2-3 7-8-15 14 66 9 10 3 11 200

Officials: Jamie Luckie, Brian O’Connell, Evon Burroughs | Attendance: 8,454 Game Notes: Pittsburgh leads the series, 9-2... Brandon Young became the first player in program history with at least 1,200 points, 400 assists and 100 three-pointers... he is also the 17th player in school history with 100 three’s... Pittsburgh set an Allstate Arena record with a team field goal percentage of .717 (33-46)... the mark was also a program record and the highest by a BIG EAST team in a conference game... Cleveland Melvin recorded his 100th career blocked shot to become the ninth player in school history with 100 rejections... the Blue Demons have lost 44 straight games against ranked opponents.

DePaul Rutgers

1st 2nd Final 31 26 57 32 44 76

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March 12, 2013  BIG EAST Championship  Madison Square Garden  New York, N.Y.

DePaul (11-21) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Cleveland Melvin, f 10-16 1-3 4-4 1-1-2 1 25 0 1 0 0 30 Donnavan Kirk, f 1-5 0-2 0-0 0-3-3 0 2 0 1 0 0 22 Worrel Clahar, g 3-5 1-2 2-3 0-3-3 3 9 3 3 0 1 32 Brandon Young, g 6-15 1-5 2-3 2-2-4 1 15 4 2 0 1 29 Charles McKinney, g 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 3 2 2 2 0 2 23 Edwind McGhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Jodan Price 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Derrell Robertson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 1 0 8 Cory Dolins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Moses Morgan 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 0 2 0 1 1 0 8 Jamee Crockett 0-5 0-4 2-2 0-1-1 1 2 2 2 0 2 24 Durrell McDonald 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Peter Ryckbosch 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Stuart Pirri 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Montray Clemons 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 1 0 10 Totals 22-53 3-18 10-12 6-14-20 11 57 12 12 3 6 200 .415 .167 .833 Rutgers (15-15) FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF Pts A TO Blk S MIN Austin Johnson, f 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 3 4 1 0 0 0 12 Wally Judge, f 9-9 0-0 2-4 3-7-10 3 20 1 3 2 0 28 Jerome Seagears, g 5-9 3-5 2-2 0-7-7 0 15 4 1 0 1 35 Myles Mack, g 8-15 3-5 0-0 1-3-4 2 19 4 2 0 3 36 Mike Poole, g 4-7 0-1 0-1 2-0-2 2 8 1 2 0 0 22 Dane Miller 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 4 0 4 2 2 1 26 Malick Kone 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 0 2 0 1 7 Derrick Randall 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 0 4 0 0 0 1 12 Kadeem Jack 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 2 4 0 2 1 0 20 Vince Garrett 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 Logan Kelley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 2-0-2 1 Totals 33-54 6-11 4-7 9-27-36 18 76 15 15 5 7 200 .611 .545 .571 Officials: Gene Steratore, Roger Ayers, Jeff Anderson | Attendance: 20,057 Game Notes: Rutgers leads the all-time series by a 6-4 margin... the loss ended a two-game winning streak for DePaul against the Scarlet Knights... Tuesday was the first meeting between the two programs in the BIG EAST Championship.

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Front Row (L to R): Jeff Carrico, Worrel Clahar, Edwind McGhee, Brandon Young, Durrell McDonald, Cory Dolins, Matt Fleming. Middle Row: Mac Callowway, Jimmy Drew, Jamee Crockett, DeJuan Marrero, Montray Clemons, Jodan Price, Moses Morgan, Charles McKinney, Kevin Edwards, Andy Farrell. Top Row: Ron Bradley, Oliver Purnell, Cleveland Melvin, Peter Ryckbosch, Derrell Robertson, Donnavan Kirk, Stuart Pirri, Billy Garrett, Brian Ellerbe

2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL

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OPPONENTS


2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL

OPPONENT INFORMATION Grambling State Nov. 9 McGrath-Phillips Arena

Location: Grambling, La. Nickname: Tigers Conference: Southwestern Athletic

Head Coach: Joseph Price Contact: Santoria Black Website: www.gsutigers.com

Southern Miss Nov. 13 Allstate Arena

Location: Hattiesburg, Miss. Nickname: Golden Eagles Conference: Conference USA

Head Coach: Donnie Tyndall Contact: Tim Andrzejewski Website: www.southernmiss.com

Wright State Nov. 16 Allstate Arena

Location: Dayton, Ohio Nickname: Raiders Conference: Horizon League

Head Coach: Billy Donlan Contact: Bob Noss Website: www.wsuraiders.com

Milwaukee Nov. 19 Milwaukee, Wis.

Location: Milwaukee, Wis. Nickname: Panthers Conference: Horizon League

Head Coach: Rob Jeter Contact: Kevin O’Connor Website: www.uwmpanthers.com

Wichita State Nov. 25 Kansas City, Mo.

Location: Wichita, Kan. Nickname: Shockers Conference: Missouri Valley

Head Coach: Greg Marshall Contact: Larry Rankin Website: www.goshockers.com

BYU Nov. 26 Kansas City, Mo.

Location: Provo, Utah Head Coach: Dave Rose Nickname: Cougars Contact: Kyle Chilton Conference: West Coast Conference Website: www.byucougars.com

Texas Nov. 26 Kansas City, Mo.

Location: Austin, Texas Nickname: Longhorns Conference: Big 12

Head Coach: Rick Barnes Contact: Scott McConnell Website: www.texassports.com

Oregon State Dec. 1 Allstate Arena

Location: Corvallis, Ore. Nickname: Beavers Conference: Pac-12

Head Coach: Craig Robinson Contact: Shawn Schoeffler Website: www.osubeavers.com

Arizona State Dec. 6 Allstate Arena

Location: Tempe, Ariz. Nickname: Sun Devils Conference: Pac-12

Head Coach: Herb Sendek Contact: Doug Tammaro Website: www.thesundevils.com

Florida Atlantic Dec. 12 Allstate Arena

Location: Boca Raton, Fla. Nickname: Owls Conference: Conference USA

Head Coach: Mike Jarvis Contact: Justin Johnson Website: www.fausports.com

Chicago State Dec. 15 Allstate Arena

Location: Chicago, Ill. Nickname: Cougars Conference: Western Athletic

Head Coach: Tracy Dildy Contact: Derrick Sloboda Website: www.gocsucougars.com

Houston Baptist Dec. 18 Allstate Arena

Location: Houston, Texas Nickname: Huskies Conference: Southland

Head Coach: Ron Cottrell Contact: Russ Reneau Website: www.hbuhuskies.com

Illinois State Dec. 22 Normal, Ill.

Location: Normal, Ill. Nickname: Redbirds Conference: Missouri Valley

Head Coach: Dan Muller Contact: John Twork Website: www.goredbirds.com

Northwestern Dec. 27 Evanston, Ill.

Location: Evanston, Ill. Nickname: Wildcats Conference: Big Ten

Head Coach: Chris Collins Contact: Nick Brilowski Website: www.nusports.com

Georgetown Dec. 31 – Washington, D.C. Feb. 3 – Allstate Arena

Location: Washington, D.C. Nickname: Hoyas Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: John Thompson III Contact: Mike Carey Website: www.guhoyas.com

Marquette Jan. 4 – Milwaukee, Wis. Feb. 22 – Allstate Arena

Location: Milwaukee, Wis. Nickname: Golden Eagles Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Buzz Williams Contact: Scott Kuykendall Website: www.gomarquette.com

Creighton Jan. 7 – Allstate Arena Feb. 7 – Omaha, Neb.

Location: Omaha, Neb. Nickname: Bluejays Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Greg McDermott Contact: Rob Anderson Website: www.gocreighton.com

Butler Jan. 9 – Indianapolis, Ind. Mar. 6 – Allstate Arena

Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Brandon Miller Contact: Jim McGrath Website: www.butlersports.com

St. John’s Jan. 14 – Allstate Arena Mar. 2 – New York, N.Y.

Location: Queens, N.Y. Nickname: Red Storm Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Steve Lavin Contact: Mark Fratto Website: www.redstormsports.com

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OPPONENTS Villanova Jan. 18 – Villanova, Pa. Feb. 12 – Allstate Arena

Location: Villanova, Pa. Nickname: Wildcats Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Jay Wright Contact: Mike Sheridan Website: www.villanova.com

Xavier Jan. 20 – Allstate Arena Feb. 19 – Cincinnati, Ohio

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Nickname: Musketeers Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Chris Mack Contact: Tom Eiser Website: www.goxavier.com

Seton Hall Jan. 25 – Newark, N.J. Feb. 25 – Allstate Arena

Location: Newark, N.J. Nickname: Pirates Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Kevin Willard Contact: Stephen Dombroski Website: www.shupirates.com

Providence Feb. 1 – Allstate Arena Feb. 15 – Providence, R.I.

Location: Providence, R.I. Nickname: Friars Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Ed Cooley Contact: Arthur Parks Website: www.friars.com

ALL-TIME SERIES VS. 2013-14 OPPONENTS ARIZONA STATE (4-1) Dec. 30, 1966 N W 93-59 Dec. 6, 1975 A L 67-74 Nov. 27, 1982 H (RH) W (OT) 73-72 Nov. 27, 2011 N W 68-64 Dec. 12, 2012 A W 78-61

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BYU (1-0) Dec. 29, 1964 N W 84-75

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BUTLER (5-1) 1938-39 AR L 29-39 1940-41 CS W 53-32 Nov. 26, 1977 H W 93-65 Dec. 9, 1978 A W 81-62 Feb. 16, 1980 H W 103-79 Feb. 23, 1981 A W 89-64

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CHICAGO STATE (11-0) Dec. 1, 1992 H (AH) W 103-68 Nov. 27, 1993 H (AH) W 110-84 Dec. 1, 1998 H (RH) W 80-38 Dec. 1, 1999 H (AA) W 104-57 Dec. 9, 2000 H (AA) W 78-69 Dec. 18, 2001 H (AA) W 79-63 Jan. 3, 2004 H (AA) W 81-74 Dec. 6, 2006 H (AA) W 83-56 Nov. 14, 2010 H (MA) W 114-81 Dec. 10, 2011 H (AA) W 102-95 Dec. 5, 2012 A W 74-64

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

CREIGHTON (15-7) Dec. 21, 1937 H L 37-44 Feb. 18, 1939 A W 39-31 Feb. 14, 1941 H L 48-60 Dec. 14, 1957 A L 55-67 Jan. 7, 1958 H W 62-56 Feb. 27, 1960 H W 82-65 Jan. 31, 1977 H L 75-84 Feb. 1, 1978 A W (3OT) 85-82 March 12, 1978 NCAA W 80-78 Dec. 30, 1978 H W 88-70 Jan. 28, 1980 A W 84-73 Feb. 9, 1981 H W 83-57 Jan. 11, 1982 A W 76-67 Dec. 27, 1982 H W 68-66 Dec. 31, 1983 A W (OT) 59-57 Dec. 27, 1984 H W 87-58 Feb. 17, 1986 A L 61-74 Dec. 17, 1986 H W 74-64 March 16, 1990 NIT W 89-72

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

Nov. 30, 2005 Nov. 9, 2007 Dec. 23, 2008

H A N

W L L

72-57 62-74 75-83

15-5 15-6 15-7

FLORIDA ATLANTIC (1-0) Dec. 22, 2010 H W 71-62

1-0

GEORGETOWN (6-21) 1941-42 A W 34-29 1942-43 NCAA L 49-53 Dec. 29, 1980 N W 72-67 Feb. 6, 1983 A L 65-71 Dec. 10, 1983 H (RH) W 63-61 Dec. 15, 1984 A L 57-77 Dec. 21, 1985 H (RH) L 70-85 Jan. 25, 1987 A L 71-74 Jan. 10, 1988 H (RH) L 64-74 Dec. 17, 1988 A L 64-74 Jan. 13, 1990 H (RH) L 64-74 Feb. 3, 1991 A W 72-63 Jan. 18, 1992 H (RH) W 72-62 Jan. 13, 1993 A L 45-74 Jan. 22, 1994 H (RH) W 78-51 Dec. 3, 1994 A L 68-74 Jan. 3, 1996 H (RH) L 61-81 Nov. 30, 1996 A L 41-68 Feb. 14, 1998 H (UC) L 59-65 Jan. 31, 2006 H (AA) L 44-64 Jan. 24, 2007 A L 52-66 Jan. 8, 2008 H (AA) L 60-76 March 7, 2009 A L 40-48 Jan. 3, 2010 H (AA) L 50-67 Jan. 1, 2011 A L 75-86 Jan. 17, 2012 H (AA) L 75-83 Feb. 20, 2013 A L 66-90

1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 4-8 5-8 5-9 6-9 6-10 6-11 6-12 6-13 6-14 6-15 6-16 6-17 6-18 6-19 6-20 6-21

GRAMBLING STATE (0-0) first meeting

0-0

HOUSTON BAPTIST (0-0) first meeting

0-0

ILLINOIS STATE (21-3) March 5, 1909 A L 23-44 Dec. 15, 1953 A W 98-68 Dec. 7, 1954 H W 92-55 Jan. 3, 1956 A W 102-77 Feb. 12, 1957 H W 87-77 Jan. 25, 1958 H W 65-58 March 4, 1978 H W 96-84 Jan. 27, 1979 A W 87-69

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97-81 54-50 74-58 62-72 69-66 75-61 84-71 61-54 61-53 76-55 78-77 96-78 67-66 74-72 82-62 50-75

8-1 9-1 10-1 10-2 11-2 12-2 13-2 14-2 15-2 16-1 17-2 18-2 19-2 20-2 21-2 21-3

MARQUETTE (44-68) Feb. 16, 1918 H W 21-17 Feb. 22, 1918 A L 19-20 Feb. 25, 1922 H L 17-44 Dec. 31, 1942 A W 54-46 Jan. 9, 1943 H (CS) W 42-37 Jan. 21, 1944 H (CS) L 49-51 Jan. 27, 1945 H (CS) W 59-32 Jan. 26, 1946 H (CS) W 66-36 Feb. 11, 1947 H (CS) L 45-52 Feb. 7, 1948 H (CS) W 65-49 Dec. 5, 1956 A L (OT) 60-61 Feb. 9, 1959 H W 89-80 March 4, 1959 A L 69-82 Dec. 28, 1959 H W 75-55 Feb. 23, 1960 A W 65-63 Dec. 23, 1960 H W 81-78 Feb. 8, 1961 A L 64-87 Jan. 3, 1962 H L 68-75 Feb. 17, 1962 A L 83-99 Dec. 22, 1962 H W 79-72 Feb. 16, 1962 A L 81-87 Dec. 21, 1963 H W 90-69 Feb. 12, 1964 A W 72-69 Jan. 2, 1965 H W 72-54 Feb. 13, 1965 A W 67-61 Dec. 4, 1965 A W 82-69 Feb. 9, 1966 H W 76-70 Jan. 7, 1967 A L 65-68 Feb. 4, 1967 H W 79-74 Jan. 3, 1968 A L 50-72 Feb. 3, 1968 H L 53-58 Jan. 9, 1969 H L 72-77 Feb. 15, 1969 A L 56-66 Jan. 10, 1970 H L 60-72 Feb. 14, 1970 A L 60-79 Jan. 23, 1971 A L 51-73 Feb. 6, 1971 H L 55-84 Jan. 22, 1972 A L 61-70 Feb. 5, 1972 H L 61-79 Jan. 5, 1973 A L 59-60 Feb. 3, 1973 H L 55-70 Jan. 12, 1974 A L 59-63 Feb. 2, 1974 H L 57-70 Jan. 3, 1975 A L 60-61 Feb. 1, 1975 H L 69-72 Jan. 14, 1976 H L 72-79 Feb. 18, 1976 A L 53-64 Jan. 29, 1977 H L 64-85

1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 6-5 7-5 7-6 8-6 9-6 10-6 10-7 10-8 10-9 11-9 11-10 12-10 13-10 14-10 15-10 16-10 17-10 17-11 18-11 18-12 18-13 18-14 18-15 18-16 18-17 18-18 18-19 18-20 18-21 18-22 18-23 18-24 18-25 18-26 18-27 18-28 18-29 18-30

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H A H A H NCAA A H A H A H A H H N

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

Feb. 14, 1977 Jan. 18, 1978 Feb. 24, 1979 March 15, 1979 Jan. 12, 1980 Feb. 21, 1981 Feb. 6, 1982 March 6, 1983 March 10, 1984 March 2, 1985 March 9, 1985 Feb. 8, 1986 March 8, 1986 Feb. 10, 1987 March 7, 1987 Jan. 27, 1988 March 12, 1988 Jan. 17, 1989 March 4, 1989 Dec. 23, 1989 Jan. 20, 1990 Jan. 8, 1991 Jan. 28, 1991 Feb. 9, 1992 March 4, 1992 Feb. 6, 1993 March 6, 1993 Jan. 12, 1994 Feb. 27, 1994 Jan. 28, 1995 Feb. 21, 1995 Jan. 7, 1996 Feb. 11, 1996 Jan. 9, 1997 Jan. 26, 1997 March 5, 1997 Jan. 19, 1998 Feb. 7, 1998 March 4, 1998 Jan. 9, 1999 Jan. 24, 1999 Jan. 12, 2000 Feb. 16, 2000 Jan. 6, 2001 Feb. 22, 2001 Jan. 19, 2002 March 1, 2002 Jan. 25, 2003 Feb. 12, 2003 Jan. 24, 2004 Feb. 7, 2004 Jan. 20, 2005 Feb. 20, 2005 Jan. 17, 2006 Jan. 25, 2006 Feb. 14, 2007 Jan. 26, 2008 Jan. 24, 2009 Feb. 3, 2009 Jan. 20, 2010 Feb. 3, 2010 Jan. 18, 2011 Feb. 6, 2012 Feb. 9, 2013

A A H NCAA A H (RH) A H (RH) H (RH) H (RH) A A H (RH) A H (RH) H (RH) A A H (RH) H (RH) A H (RH) A A H (RH) H (RH) A H (RH) A H (UC) A H (RH) A A H (UC) N A H (RH) N H (UC) A H (AA) A H (AA) A H (AA) A A H (AA) A H (AA) H (AA) A H (AA) A H (AA) A A H (AA) H (AA) A A H (AA) A

W (2OT) L W W W W W W W W L L (OT) W W W W W L W W L W W W L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L W L L W L L L L L L L W W L L L W L L L W L L L L

77-72 74-80 61-60 62-56 92-85 78-71 67-66 74-62 64-49 69-52 64-68 65-70 95-87 88-76 68-59 81-66 77-65 64-72 91-79 71-62 55-77 68-63 84-56 65-58 65-73 76-87 75-86 52-71 62-70 63-48 71-81 60-73 65-75 50-75 49-61 53-79 49-58 51-73 50-52 75-60 46-62 60-69 55-35 49-69 64-82 68-87 53-72 51-72 60-73 62-70 84-78 85-72 57-67 79-82 47-62 72-67 71-79 70-79 61-76 51-50 69-80 64-94 76-89 78-89

19-30 19-31 20-31 21-31 22-31 23-31 24-31 25-31 26-31 27-31 27-32 27-33 28-33 29-33 30-33 31-33 32-33 32-34 33-34 34-34 34-35 35-35 36-35 37-35 37-36 37-37 37-38 37-39 37-40 38-40 38-41 38-42 38-43 38-44 38-45 38-46 38-47 38-48 38-49 39-49 39-40 39-51 40-51 40-52 40-53 40-54 40-55 40-56 40-57 40-58 41-58 42-58 42-59 42-60 42-61 43-61 43-62 43-63 43-64 44-64 44-65 44-66 44-67 44-68


OPPONENTS MILWAUKEE (11-1) Jan. 7, 1952 H W 97-44 Dec. 4, 1953 H W 102-47 Dec. 6, 1955 H W 86-68 Feb. 22, 1967 H W 77-48 Jan. 6, 1968 H W 82-69 Feb. 8, 1969 H W 111-79 Feb. 16, 1970 H W 90-72 Feb. 16, 1971 H W 81-66 Jan. 31, 1972 H W 80-79 Dec. 14, 2010 H (AA) W 61-47 Dec. 5, 2011 H (AA) L 76-87 Dec. 9, 2012 H (AA) W 84-50

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

NORTHWESTERN (19-10) Feb. 21, 1912 A L 17-34 0-1 Dec. 12, 1970 A L 77-91 0-2 Feb. 15, 1972 CS W 74-72 1-2 Dec. 5, 1972 H W 88-80 2-2 Dec. 8, 1973 A L 65-76 2-3 Dec. 30, 1974 H W 77-63 3-3 Dec. 18, 1975 A W 65-57 4-3 Dec. 1, 1976 A W 75-73 (OT) 5-3 Dec. 17, 1977 H W 83-79 6-3 Dec. 19, 1978 H W 90-83 7-3 Dec. 21, 1979 A W 81-75 8-3 Dec. 20, 1980 H (RH) W 62-54 9-3 March 21, 1983 NIT W 65-63 10-3 Dec. 22, 1984 H (RH) W 61-56 11-3 Dec. 19, 1985 A W 70-67 12-3 Dec. 22, 1986 H (RH) W 72-54 13-3 Dec. 21, 1987 A L 64-78 13-4 March 16, 1994 A (NIT) L 68-69 13-5 Dec. 17, 1994 H (RH) W 84-49 14-5 Dec. 16, 1995 A W 71-61 15-5 Dec. 7, 1996 H (RH) L 56-58 15-6 Dec. 6, 1997 A L 59-72 15-7 March 10, 1999 H (NIT) W 69-64 16-7 Nov. 25, 2003 H (AA) W 65-53 17-7 Dec. 15, 2004 A L 52-56 17-8 Nov. 26, 2005 H (AA) W 59-49 18-8 Nov. 14, 2006 A L 39-49 18-9 Nov. 17, 2007 H (AA) W 54-53 19-9 Dec. 6, 2008 A L 36-63 19-10 OREGON STATE (1-0) Dec. 21, 1945 CS W 59-40

1-0

PROVIDENCE (8-22) Feb. 16, 1961 A L 77-81 March 1961 NIT L 67-73 Dec. 18, 1961 H W 68-63 Feb. 7, 1963 A L 59-77 Dec. 14, 1963 H W 82-64 Feb. 4, 1965 A L 70-72 Feb. 14, 1966 H L 57-61 Feb. 28, 1967 A L 67-68 Feb. 12, 1968 H L 60-71 Jan. 30, 1969 A L 62-83 Dec. 22, 1969 H L 78-79 Feb. 25, 1971 A L 64-74 Dec. 18, 1971 H L 64-75 Dec. 23, 1972 A L 80-107 Dec. 22, 1973 H L 75-93 Dec. 21, 1974 A L 71-85 Jan. 3, 1976 H W 91-66

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

Feb. 9, 1977 Jan. 28, 1978 Jan. 9, 1979 Jan. 21, 2006 Feb. 7, 2006 Jan. 5, 2008 Feb. 5, 2008 Jan. 3, 2009 March 11, 2009 Jan. 14, 2010 Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 25, 2012 Jan. 5, 2013

A H A A H (AA) H (AA) A A N H (AA) A H (AA) A

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

73-84 78-68 84-75 75-76 60-61 70-65 65-79 54-62 74-83 62-79 79-76 71-73 83-73

3-15 4-15 5-15 5-16 5-17 6-17 6-18 6-19 6-20 6-21 7-21 7-22 8-22

ST. JOHN’S (14-17) Jan. 27, 1932 A L 21-35 Feb. 24, 1937 N W 35-33 Jan. 27, 1939 N W 40-26 March 24, 1944 NIT L 39-47 Jan. 15, 1948 N W (2OT) 69-66 Jan. 18, 1949 N W 61-58 Jan. 17, 1950 N W 74-68 Feb. 20, 1983 N L 52-64 Feb. 4, 1984 H (RH) W (OT) 59-57 Feb. 17, 1985 A L 80-93 Feb. 22, 1986 H (RH) W 81-72 March 15, 1987 NCAA (RH) W (OT) 83-75 Feb. 20, 1988 N W 65-51 Feb. 18, 1989 H (RH) L 64-67 Nov. 22, 1989 N L 52-53 Feb. 24, 1990 N L 74-77 March 2, 1991 H (RH) W 79-69 Dec. 20, 1997 A L (2OT) 70-74 Dec. 14, 1999 H (AA) W 71-65 Feb. 18, 2006 A W 52-48 Jan. 3, 2007 A L 53-64 Jan. 16, 2007 H (AA) W 71-63 Jan. 12, 2008 A W 60-54 Feb. 28, 2009 H (AA) L 63-84 Jan. 17, 2010 A L 47-67 March 5, 2010 H (AA) L (3OT) 82-90 Feb. 23, 2011 A L 51-76 Feb. 1, 2012 H (AA) L 81-87 Feb. 20, 2012 A L 72-79 Jan. 19, 2013 H L 62-71 Jan. 30, 2013 A L (OT) 74-79

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

SETON HALL (3-9) Feb. 25, 1942 A L 33-36 Dec. 29, 1988 N L 60-83 Dec. 28, 2002 H (AA) W 52-41 Dec. 27, 2003 A L 62-76 Feb. 25, 2006 H (AA) W 67-64 Feb. 23, 2008 A L 71-73 Feb. 10, 2009 H (AA) L 49-72 Feb. 14, 2010 A L 71-79 Jan. 12, 2011 H (AA) L 67-78 Jan. 10, 2012 A L 73-94 March 3, 2012 H (AA) W 86-58 Jan. 2, 2013 H L 72-73

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

SOUTHERN MISS (5-4) Jan. 13, 1996 H (RH) L 67-82 Jan. 21, 1997 A L 48-56 Jan. 31, 1998 H (AH) L 67-77 Feb. 18, 1999 A W 65-64

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H (AA) A A H (AA) A

W L W W W

82-51 49-63 74-69 (OT) 89-65 70-48

2-3 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4

TEXAS (3-7) Dec. 19, 1946 CS L 43-61 March 12, 1960 NCAA W 67-61 Dec. 10, 1979 H W 66-60 Dec. 13, 1980 A L 63-65 Dec. 28, 1985 N W 63-62 March 3, 1990 H L 79-89 Jan. 19, 1991 A L 80-90 Jan. 26, 1995 A L (2OT) 92-99 Dec. 2, 1995 H L 84-88 Nov. 26, 1999 N L 64-68

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

VILLANOVA (8-16) 1938-39 W 36-29 1962-63 NIT L 51-63 Feb. 6, 1965 A L 67-85 March 5, 1966 H L 73-76 Dec. 17, 1966 A W 69-61 Feb. 10, 1968 H L 48-57 Jan. 25, 1969 A L 57-81 Feb. 28, 1970 H L 90-102 Jan. 13, 1971 A L 59-99 Jan. 29, 1972 H L 83-94 Feb. 9, 1973 A W 89-80 Feb. 16, 1974 H W 65-63 Feb. 25, 1976 A W 72-63 Feb. 17, 1979 H W 69-66 Feb. 11, 2006 H (AA) L 51-61 Jan. 6, 2007 A W 73-65 March 7, 2007 N L 67-75

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

Jan. 3, 2008 Jan. 16, 2008 Feb. 25, 2009 Jan. 6, 2010 Feb. 19, 2011 Jan. 8, 2012 Feb. 5, 2013

H A H (AA) A H (AA) A H

W L L L L (OT) L L

84-76 69-76 72-74 72-99 75-77 71-87 71-94

8-10 8-11 8-12 8-13 8-14 8-15 8-16

WICHITA STATE (4-3) 1937-38 H W 36-21 1938-39 A L 32-35 Dec. 18, 1956 H W 71-61 Dec. 10, 1977 H W 89-84 Dec. 13, 1978 A L 92-95 March 17, 1988 NCAA W 83-62 Nov. 20, 2012 N L 62-75

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

WRIGHT STATE (0-0) first meeting

0-0

XAVIER (8-3) Jan. 16, 1939 H W 38-30 Dec. 28, 1963 N W 86-80 Feb. 11, 1967 H W 71-60 Jan. 31, 1968 A L 78-97 Jan. 13, 1969 H W 86-77 Jan. 7, 1970 A W 73-71 March, 3, 1971 H W 84-76 Feb. 26, 1972 A L 62-71 Feb. 7, 1973 H W 69-67 Feb. 9, 1974 A W 77-70 Dec. 27, 1997 N L 56-73

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

AA = Allstate Arena | AR = Chicago Armory | MA = McGrath-Phillips Arena | RH = Rosemont Horizon | UC = United Center

BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP

CBE HALL OF FAME CLASSIC

DePaul hosts two games at Allstate Arena on Nov. 13 and 16 before traveling to the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo., for two contests on Nov. 25-26. The home games at Allstate Arena can be seen live on FOX Sports Networks while the games in Kansas City can be seen live on ESPN Networks. Wednesday, Nov. 13 - Allstate Arena Southern Miss at DePaul Saturday, Nov. 16 - Allstate Arena Wright State at DePaul Monday, Nov. 25 - Kansas City, Mo. BYU vs. Texas DePaul vs. Wichita State Tuesday Nov. 26 - Kansas City, Mo. Consolation Game Championship Game

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The annual BIG EAST Championship takes place at Madison Square Garden. The nine-game, four-day event will be televised on FOX Sports 1 starting Wednesday, March 12. Wednesday, March 12 - First Round Game 1: No. 8 vs. No. 9 Game 2: No. 7 vs. No. 10 Thursday, March 13 - Quarterfinals Game 3: No. 1 vs. Game 1 Winner Game 4: No. 4 vs. No. 5 Game 5: No. 2 vs. Game 2 Winner Game 6: No. 3 vs. No. 6 Friday, March 14 - Semifinals Game 7: Game 3 Winner vs. Game 4 Winner Game 8: Game 5 Winner vs. Game 6 Winner Tuesday Nov. 26 - Final Game 9: Game 7 vs. Game 8 Winner


BIG EAST CONFERENCE


2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL

The BIG EAST Conference enters a new era in 2013-14. The league, which has always competed with integrity and sportsmanship at the highest levels of intercollegiate sports, will move forward as a 10-team consortium that is returning to its heritage, focusing athletically on men’s basketball while striding into the future with an eye towards leadership and innovation. The conference will crown champions in 22 sports in 2013-14, the 35th season in its history, with its student-athletes continuing to achieve success in the Val Ackerman classroom as well as the athletic arena. BIG EAST Commisioner In 2012, the seven BIG EAST schools that do not compete in FBS football decided to return to the type of conference alignment that existed when the league was formed bigeast.com in 1979 and quickly surged to national prominence as a college basketball force. On December 15, 2012, these seven institutions (DePaul University, Georgetown University, 2013-14 MEMBER Marquette University, Providence College, St. John’s University, Seton Hall University and Villanova University) announced their intention to separate from the football-playing INSTITUTIONS schools in the previous BIG EAST and form an independent association. Butler University On March 20, 2013, the seven schools reached an agreement that enabled them to School.................... butler.edu keep the BIG EAST name and establish a new conference entity beginning on July 1, 2013. Athletics......butlersports.com The schools also assumed the old conference’s long-term agreement with Madison Square Garden to host the BIG EAST Men’s Basketball Championship, one of the premier Creighton University events in college athletics. The schools also announced the addition of three distinSchool.............. creighton.edu Athletics...... gocreighton.com guished institutions that share the same academic and athletic values -- Butler University, Creighton University and Xavier University -- and forged a landmark, long-term broadcast DePaul University partnership with FOX Sports. The television agreement will help usher in the new BIG School.................. depaul.edu EAST era and afford the conference’s schools broad national exposure. Fox Sports and Athletics................................. its new national cable network, Fox Sports 1, have the television rights to all BIG EAST depaulbluedemons.com games in all sports. Georgetown University BIG EAST men’s basketball teams have enjoyed extraordinary success over the years. School.......... georgetown.edu Georgetown, Marquette and Villanova have won the national championship, and DePaul, Athletics............ guhoyas.com Providence, St. John’s and Seton Hall have all made it to the Final Four. The BIG EAST placed three men’s basketball teams in the Final Four in 1985 – Georgetown, St. John’s Marquette University and Villanova -- the only time this has occurred in NCAA history. Over the past 10 years, School............ marquette.edu Butler, Georgetown, Marquette and Villanova have each reached the Final Four, with Athletics.....gomarquette.com Butler making two trips (in 2010 and 2011). Xavier has also advanced to the Elite Eight Providence College twice and the Sweet 16 three other times. School........... providence.edu BIG EAST student-athletes have achieved recent success in other sports, as well. A Athletics................. friars.com BIG EAST team has won the NCAA women’s cross country championship three of the last four years (Villanova won twice and Georgetown once), with one runner-up finish (ProviSt. John’s University dence). Creighton’s men’s soccer team has reached the NCAA College Cup in each of School..................stjohns.edu Athletics................................. the past two seasons. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 34 national redstormsports.com championships in six different sports, and 137 student-athletes have won individual national titles through 2012-13. Seton Hall University The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic School........................shu.edu directors from Providence, St. John’s, Georgetown, Syracuse, Seton Hall, Connecticut and Athletics.........shupirates.com Boston College, which formed the original seven-school alliance. While the membership Villanova University has evolved, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradiSchool............... villanova.edu tion of broad-based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a steadfast Athletics........... villanova.com emphasis on academic integrity. BIG EAST student-athletes sport significantly high graduation rates, and the league has always been able to boast that many of its best students Xavier University are also its best athletes. School.................... xavier.edu The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion Athletics.............goxavier.com and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for the conference and BIG EAST student-athletes. The BIG EAST was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner and served until 1990. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee and the right-hand man to Gavitt for 11 years, took over from Gavitt and was commissioner until 2009. John Marinatto was the third commissioner of the BIG EAST, serving from 2009-2012, when he was succeeded by Mike Aresco. Val Ackerman, who previously served as President of USA Basketball and the founding President of the WNBA, was named the BIG EAST’s fifth Commissioner on June 26, 2013. BIG EAST institutions are now located in seven of the nation’s top 35 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Indianapolis, Milwaukee and Cincinnati. The BIG EAST has moved its headquarters from Providence, its original location, to New York City.

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE

DEPAUL & ALL-TIME BIG EAST STANDINGS 2005-06 BIG EAST All 1. Connecticut 14-2 30-4 Villanova 14-2 28-5 3. West Virginia 11-5 22-11 4. Marquette 10-6 20-11 Georgetown 10-6 23-10 Pittsburgh 10-6 25-8 7. Seton Hall 9-7 18-12 8. Cincinnati 8-8 21-13 9. Syracuse 7-9 23-12 Rutgers 7-9 19-14 11. Louisville 6-10 21-13 Notre Dame 6-10 16-14 13. Providence 5-11 12-15 DePaul 5-11 12-15 St. John’s 5-11 12-15 16. USF 1-15 7-22

2008-09 BIG EAST All 1. Louisville 16-2 31-6 2. Pittsburgh 15-3 31-5 Connecticut 15-3 31-5 4. Villanova 13-5 30-8 5. Marquette 12-6 25-10 6. Syracuse 11-7 28-10 7. West Virginia 10-8 23-12 Providence 10-8 19-14 9. Cincinnati 8-10 18-14 Notre Dame 8-10 21-15 11. Seton Hall 7-11 17-15 Georgetown 7-11 16-15 13. St. John’s 6-12 16-18 14. USF 4-14 9-22 15. Rutgers 2-16 11-21 16. DePaul 0-18 9-24

2011-12 BIG EAST All 1. Syracuse 17-1 34-3 2. Marquette 14-4 27-8 3. Notre Dame 13-5 22-12 4. Cincinnati 12-6 26-11 Georgetown 12-6 24-9 USF 12-6 22-14 7. Louisville 10-8 30-10 8. West Virginia 9-9 19-14 9. Connecticut 8-10 20-14 Seton Hall 8-10 21-13 11. Rutgers 6-12 14-18 St. John’s 6-12 13-19 13. Pittsburgh 5-13 22-17 Villanova 5-13 13-19 15. Providence 4-14 15-17 16. DePaul 3-15 12-19

2006-07 BIG EAST All 1. Georgetown 13-3 30-7 2. Louisville 12-4 24-10 Pittsburgh 12-4 29-8 4. Notre Dame 11-5 24-8 5. Syracuse 10-6 24-11 Marquette 10-6 24-10 7. West Virginia 9-7 27-9 DePaul 9-7 20-14 Villanova 9-7 22-11 10. Providence 8-8 18-13 11. St. John’s 7-9 16-15 12. Connecticut 6-10 17-14 13. Seton Hall 4-12 13-16 14. USF 3-13 12-18 15. Rutgers 2-14 10-19 Cincinnati 2-14 11-19

2009-10 BIG EAST All 1. Syracuse 15-3 30-5 2. Pittsburgh 13-5 25-9 West Virginia 13-5 31-7 Villanova 13-5 25-8 5. Marquette 11-7 22-12 Louisville 11-7 20-13 7. Notre Dame 10-8 23-12 Georgetown 10-8 23-11 9. USF 9-9 20-13 Seton Hall 9-9 19-13 11. Cincinnati 7-11 19-16 Connecticut 7-11 18-16 13. St. John’s 6-12 17-16 14. Rutgers 5-13 15-17 15. Providence 4-14 12-19 16. DePaul 1-17 8-23

2012-13 BIG EAST All 1. Georgetown 14-4 25-7 Louisville 14-4 35-5 Marquette 14-4 26-9 4. Pittsburgh 12-6 24-9 5. Syracuse 11-7 30-10 Notre Dame 11-7 25-10 7. Villanova 10-8 20-14 Connecticut 10-8 20-10 9. Providence 9-9 19-15 Cincinnati 9-9 22-12 11. St. John’s 8-10 17-16 12. Rutgers 5-13 15-16 13. Seton Hall 3-15 15-18 USF 3-15 12-19 15. DePaul 2-16 11-21

2007-08 BIG EAST All 1. Georgetown 15-3 28-6 2. Louisville 14-4 27-9 Notre Dame 14-4 25-8 4. Connecticut 13-5 24-9 5. West Virginia 11-7 26-11 Marquette 11-7 25-10 7. Pittsburgh 10-8 27-10 8. Villanova 9-9 22-13 Syracuse 9-9 21-14 10. Cincinnati 8-10 13-18 11. Seton Hall 7-11 17-15 12. Providence 6-12 15-16 DePaul 6-12 11-19 14. St. John’s 5-13 11-19 15. USF 3-15 12-19 Rutgers 3-15 11-20

2010-11 BIG EAST All 1. Pittsburgh 15-3 28-6 2. Notre Dame 14-4 27-7 3. Louisville 12-6 25-10 Syracuse 12-6 27-8 St. John’s 12-6 21-12 6. West Virginia 11-7 21-12 Cincinnati 11-7 26-9 8. Georgetown 10-8 21-11 9. Connecticut 9-9 32-9 Villanova 9-9 21-12 Marquette 9-9 22-15 12. Seton Hall 7-11 13-18 13. Rutgers 5-13 15-17 14. Providence 4-14 15-17 15. USF 3-15 10-23 16. DePaul 1-17 7-24

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ALL-TIME BIG EAST HONORS Rookie of the Year 2010-11: Cleveland Melvin All-BIG EAST 2006-07: Wilson Chandler (2nd), Sammy Mejia (2nd), Draelon Burns (hm); 2007-08: Draelon Burns (2nd); 2011-12: Cleveland Melvin (hm) All-Rookie Team 2005-06: Wilson Chandler; 2007-08: Mac Koshwal, Dar Tucker; 2010-11: Cleveland Melvin, Brandon Young All-Academic Team 2006-07: Adam Handler; 2007-08: Adam Handler; 2009-10: Joe Belcaster, Michael Bizoukas, Nate Rogers, Ryan Siggins, Mario Stula; 2010-11:

Michael Bizoukas, Jeremiah Kelly, Edwind McGhee, Mario Stula; 2011-12: Joe Belcaster, Montray Clemons, Edwind McGhee; 2012-13: Cory Dolins, Donnavan Kirk, Edwind McGhee, Peter Ryckbosch Player of the Week 2006-07: Sammy Mejia (Dec. 4), Sammy Mejia (Jan. 2); 2007-08: Draelon Burns (Dec. 3) Rookie of the Week 2005-06: Wilson Chandler (Jan. 7), Wilson Chandler (Feb. 27); 2007-08: Dar Tucker (Dec. 31); 2010-11: Brandon Young (Dec. 6), Cleveland Melvin (Dec. 27), Cleveland Melvin (Jan. 3), Cleveland Melvin (Jan. 17), Cleveland Melvin (Feb. 21), Brandon Young (Feb. 28)

DEPAUL IN THE BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP 2007 (No. 8 seed) First Round: Villanova 75, DePaul 67

2011 (No. 16 seed) First Round: Connecticut 97, DePaul 71

2009 (No. 16 seed) First Round: DePaul 67, Cincinnati 57 Second Round: Providence 83, DePaul 74

2012 (No. 16 seed) First Round: Connecticut 81, DePaul 67 2013 (No. 14 seed) First Round: Rutgers 76, DePaul 57

2010 (No. 16 seed) First Round: USF 58, DePaul 49

2012-13 BIG EAST STANDINGS

Georgetown (8/17)# Louisville (2/1)#^ Marquette (15/11)# Pittsburgh (20/--) Syracuse (16/3) Notre Dame (23/--) Villanova Connecticut Providence Cincinnati St. John’s Rutgers Seton Hall USF DePaul

W-L 14-4 14-4 14-4 12-6 11-7 11-7 10-8 10-8 9-9 9-9 8-10 5-13 3-15 3-15 2-16

BIG EAST Pct. H .778 8-1 .778 8-1 .778 9-0 .667 6-3 .611 7-2 .611 7-2 .556 7-2 .556 6-3 .500 5-4 .500 5-4 .444 5-4 .278 3-6 .167 2-7 .167 3-6 .111 1-8

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

W-L 25-7 35-5 26-9 24-9 30-10 25-10 20-14 20-10 19-15 22-12 17-16 15-16 15-18 12-19 11-21

Pct. .781 .875 .743 .727 .750 .714 .588 .667 .559 .648 .515 .484 .455 .387 .344

OVERALL H A N Streak 16-1 6-3 3-3 L2 15-1 8-3 12-1 W16 16-0 5-6 5-3 L1 16-3 6-3 2-3 L2 17-2 5-5 7-3 L1 17-2 4-5 4-3 L2 12-4 6-7 2-3 L2 13-3 4-5 3-2 W1 14-4 4-8 1-3 L1 13-5 5-5 4-2 L2 11-5 5-8 1-3 L1 9-7 4-8 2-1 L1 10-7 3-10 2-2 L1 10-8 2-10 0-1 L2 7-10 4-8 0-3 L7

(rank in final Associated Press and USA Today/ESPN Coaches polls) | # BIG EAST Regular Season Champion | ^ BIG EAST Tournament Champion

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2013 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP Tuesday, March 12 - First Round No. 12 Seton Hall 46, No. 13 USF 42 (OT) Nov. 11 Rutgers 76, No. 14 DePaul 57 Wednesday, March 13 - Second Round No. 9 Cincinnati 61, No. 8 Providence 44 No. 5 Syracuse 75, No. 12 Seton Hall 63 No. 7 Villanova 66, No. 10 St. John’s 53 No. 6 Notre Dame 69, No. 11 Rutgers 61

Thursday, March 14 - Quarterfinals No. 1 Georgetown 62, No. 9 Cincinnati 43 No. 5 Syracuse 62, No. 4 Pittsburgh 59 No. 2 Louisville 74, No. 7 Villanova 55 No. 6 Notre Dame 73, No. 3 Marquette 65 Friday, March 15 - Semifinals No. 5 Syracuse 58, No. 1 Georgetown 55 (OT) No. 2 Louisville 69, No. 6 Notre Dame 57 Saturday, Mar. 10 - Final No. 2 Louisville 78, No. 5 Syracuse 61

2012-13 BIG EAST SEASON HONORS BIG EAST Player of the Year Otto Porter Jr., Georgetown (So., F) Oppenheimer Funds/BIG EAST Coach of the Year John Thompson III, Georgetown BIG EAST Rookie of the Year JaKarr Sampson, St. John’s (Fr., F) BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year Gorgui Dieng, Louisville (Jr., C) BIG EAST Most Improved Player Kadeem Batts, Providence (Jr., F) Michael Carter-Williams, Syracuse (So., G) BIG EAST Sixth Man Award Davante Gardner (Jr., F) BIG EAST Sportsmanship Award Junior Cadougan, Marquette (Sr., G) American Eagle Outfitters BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete of the Year Peyton Siva, Louisville (Sr., G)

All-BIG EAST First Team Shabazz Napier Connecticut Jr. G *Otto Porter Jr. Georgetown So. F Gorgui Dieng Louisville Jr. C Russ Smith Louisville Jr. G Jack Cooley Notre Dame Sr. F Bryce Cotton Providence Jr. G All-BIG EAST Second Team Sean Kilpatrick Cincinnati Jr. G Vander Blue Marquette Sr. G Jerian Grant Notre Dame Jr. G Michael Carter-Williams Syracuse So. G C.J. Fair Syracuse Jr. F All-BIG EAST Third Team Markel Starks Georgetown Jr. G Peyton Siva Louisville Sr. G Tray Woodall Pittsburgh Sr. G Brandon Triche Syracuse Sr. G JayVaughn Pinkston Villanova So. F All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention Davante Gardner Marquette Jr. F Kadeem Batts Providence Jr. F JaKarr Sampson St. John’s Fr. F Fuquan Edwin Seton Hall Jr. F BIG EAST All-Rookie Team^ Omar Calhoun Connecticut Fr. G D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera Georgetown Fr. G Steven Adams Pittsburgh Fr. C Chris Obekpa St. John’s Fr. C *JaKarr Sampson St. John’s Fr. F *Ryan Arcidiacono Villanova Fr. G * unanimous selection ^ due to a tie in voting, an additional position was named

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2012-13 STATISTICAL RANKINGS BIG EAST Team Rankings (all games) Category Rank (16 teams) Scoring Offense 2nd Scoring Defense 15th Scoring Margin 15th Free Throw Pct. 6th Field Goal Pct. 10th Field Goal Pct. Defense 15th 3pt. Field Goals Made 12th 3pt. Field Goal Pct. 13th 3pt. Field Goal Pct. Defense 14th Rebounding Offense 11th Rebounding Defense 14th Rebounding Margin 15th Blocked Shots 6th Assists 9th Steals 3rd Turnover Margin 7th Assist/Turnover Ratio 11th Offensive Rebounds 6th Defensive Rebounds 14th Defensive Rebound Pct. 14th Offensive Rebound Pct. 10th

Total/Avg. 71.4 75.3 -3.9 .704 .434 .469 4.84 .299 .365 34.2 38.1 -3.9 4.16 13.75 8.28 +1.28 0.96 11.97 22.25 .643 .317

BIG EAST Team Rankings (BIG EAST games) Category Rank (16 teams) Scoring Offense 2nd Scoring Defense 15th Scoring Margin 15th Free Throw Pct. 5th Field Goal Pct. 7th Field Goal Pct. Defense 15th 3pt. Field Goals Made 12th 3pt. Field Goal Pct. 10th 3pt. Field Goal Pct. Defense 15th Rebounding Offense 13th Rebounding Defense 14th Rebounding Margin 14th Blocked Shots t8th Assists 8th Steals 3rd Turnover Margin 6th Assist/Turnover Ratio 10th Offensive Rebounds 7th Defensive Rebounds 14th Defensive Rebound Pct. 15th Offensive Rebound Pct. 11th

Total/Avg. 69.8 81.6 -11.8 .718 .422 .503 5.06 .305 .409 32.0 38.8 -6.8 3.56 13.50 7.50 +0.50 0.98 12.00 20.00 .620 .312

BIG EAST Individual Rankings (all games) Category Name Rank Total/Avg. Scoring Brandon Young 6th 16.7 Cleveland Melvin 7th 16.6 Rebounding Cleveland Melvin 10th 6.8 Field Goal Pct. Cleveland Melvin 11th .479 Assists Brandon Young 8th 4.56 Worrel Clahar 14th 3.31 Steals Brandon Young 10th 1.53 Blocked Shots Donnavan Kirk 6th 1.61 Assist/TO Ratio Brandon Young 10th 1.70 Worrel Clahar 11th 1.56 Offensive Rebs. Cleveland Melvin 10th 2.53 Defensive Rebs. Cleveland Melvin 13th 4.25

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BIG EAST Individual Rankings (BIG EAST games) Category Name Rank Total/Avg. Scoring Brandon Young 4th 17.2 Cleveland Melvin t7th 15.8 Rebounding Cleveland Melvin 15th 6.2 Field Goal Pct. Cleveland Melvin 15th .460 Assists Brandon Young 9th 4.67 Worrel Clahar 15th 3.33 Steals Brandon Young t9th 1.56 Blocked Shots Donnavan Kirk 10th 1.35 Assist/TO Ratio Brandon Young t8th 1.79 Worrel Clahar 11th 1.71 Offensive Rebs. Cleveland Melvin 8th 2.50 NCAA Team Rankings (all games) Category Rank (345 teams) Total/Avg. Won-Lost Pct. 275th .344 Scoring Offense 76th 71.4 Scoring Defense 326th 75.3 Scoring Margin 265th -3.9 Field Goal Pct. 168th .434 Field Goal Pct. Defense 329th .469 3pt. Field Goals Made 301st 4.8 3pt. Field Goal Pct. Defense 290th .365 Free Throw Pct. 142nd .704 Rebounding Margin 302nd -3.9 Assists 111th 13.8 Assist/Turnover Ratio 173rd 0.96 Blocked Shots 88th 4.2 Steals 34th 8.3 Turnovers 242nd 14.3 Turnover Margin 97th +1.3 Personal Fouls 271st 19.1 NCAA Individual Rankings (all games) Category Name Scoring Brandon Young Cleveland Melvin Field Goal Pct. Cleveland Melvin Brandon Young Rebounding Cleveland Melvin Assists Brandon Young Blocked Shots Donnavan Kirk Steals Brandon Young Assist/TO Ratio Brandon Young Worrel Clahar Double-Doubles Cleveland Melvin

Rank Total/Avg. 97th 16.7 104th 16.6 112th .479 201st .438 220th 6.8 95th 4.6 102nd 1.61 188th 1.53 149th 1.7 185th 1.56 117th 7


BIG EAST CONFERENCE

2013-14 BIG EAST COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Friday, Nov. 8 Alcorn State at Creighton Armed Forces Classic Georgetown vs. Oregon Southern at Marquette Boston College at Providence St. John’s vs. Wisconsin Lafayette at Villanova Gardner-Webb at Xavier Saturday, Nov. 9 Lamar at Butler Grambling State at DePaul Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Niagara at Seton Hall Monday, Nov. 11 UMKC at Creighton Tuesday, Nov. 12 Grambling State at Marquette Tennessee at Xavier Wednesday, Nov. 13 CBE Hall of Fame Classic Southern Miss at DePaul Wright State at Georgetown Brown at Providence Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Kent State at Seton Hall Mount St. Mary’s at Villanova Friday, Nov. 15 Wagner at St. John’s Morehead State at Xavier Saturday, Nov. 16 Princeton at Butler Creighton at Saint Joseph’s CBE Hall of Fame Classic Wright State at DePaul Ohio State at Marquette Marist at Providence Seton Hall at Mercer Sunday, Nov. 17 Towson at Villanova Monday, Nov. 18 Vermont at Providence Monmouth at Seton Hall

Tuesday, Nov. 19 Vanderbilt at Butler DePaul at Milwaukee Bucknell at St. John’s Wednesday, Nov. 20 Miami (Ohio) at Xavier Thursday, Nov. 21 Puerto Rico Tip-Off Georgetown vs. Northeastern New Hampshire at Marquette Friday, Nov. 22 Puerto Rico Tip-Off Georgetown vs. Charlotte/ Kansas State Paradise Jam Providence vs. Vanderbilt Monmouth at St. John’s Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Seton Hall vs. Oklahoma Delaware at Villanova Saturday, Nov. 23 Butler at Ball State Tulsa at Creighton Paradise Jam Providence vs. La Salle/ Morgan State Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Seton Hall vs. Michigan State/ Virginia Tech Sunday, Nov. 24 Puerto Rico Tip-Off Georgetown vs. tbd Paradise Jam Providence vs. tbd Monday, Nov. 25 CBE Hall of Fame Classic DePaul vs. Wichita State Marquette at Arizona State Paradise Jam Providence vs. tbd Abilene Christian at Xavier Tuesday, Nov. 26 CBE Hall of Fame Classic DePaul vs. BYU/Texas Longwood at St. John’s

Thursday, Nov. 28 Old Spice Classic Butler vs. Washington State Wooden Legacy Creighton vs. Arizona State Marquette vs. Cal State Fullerton Battle 4 Atlantis Villanova vs. USC Xavier vs. Iowa Friday, Nov. 29 Old Spice Classic Butler vs. Oklahoma State/ Purdue Wooden Legacy Creighton vs. College of Charleston/San Diego State Marquette vs. George Washington/Miami (Fla.) Fairfield at Providence Barclays Center Classic St. John’s vs. Penn State Battle 4 Atlantis Villanova vs. Kansas/Wake Forest Xavier vs. Tennessee/UTEP Saturday, Nov. 30 Lipscomb at DePaul Barclays Center Classic St. John’s vs. Georgia Tech/ Mississippi Battle 4 Atlantis Villanova vs. tbd Xavier vs. tbd Sunday, Dec. 1 Old Spice Classic Butler vs. tbd Wooden Legacy Creighton vs. tbd Marquette vs. tbd Oregon State at DePaul Providence vs. Kentucky Fairleigh Dickinson at Seton Hall Tuesday, Dec. 3 Creighton at Long Beach State Wednesday, Dec. 4 Penn at Villanova

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL Thursday, Dec. 5 High Point at Georgetown Providence at Rhode Island LIU Brooklyn at Seton Hall Friday, Dec. 6 Arizona State at DePaul Saturday, Dec. 7 North Dakota at Butler Colgate at Georgetown Marquette at Wisconsin Madison Square Garden Holiday Festival St. John’s vs. Fordham Villanova at Saint Joseph’s Bowling Green at Xavier Sunday, Dec. 8 Nebraska at Creighton Seton Hall at Rutgers Monday, Dec. 9 Manchester at Butler Tuesday, Dec. 10 NJIT at Seton Hall Evansville at Xavier Thursday, Dec. 12 Florida Atlantic at DePaul Saturday, Dec. 14 Crossroads Classic Butler vs. Purdue IUPUI at Marquette Saint Peter’s at Seton Hall Crosstown Classic Xavier vs. Cincinnati Sunday, Dec. 15 Chicago State at DePaul Syracuse at St. John’s La Salle at Villanova Tuesday, Dec. 17 Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Creighton Elon at Georgetown Ball State at Marquette Yale at Providence Wednesday, Dec. 18 Houston Baptist at DePaul San Francisco at St. John’s

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Saturday, Dec. 21 Butler at Evansville Georgetown at Kansas Marquette vs. New Mexico Maine at Providence Youngstown State at St. John’s Rider at Villanova Xavier at Alabama

Thursday, Jan. 9 DePaul at Butler Marquette at Xavier

Sunday, Dec. 22 California at Creighton DePaul at Illinois State Eastern Washington at Seton Hall

Sunday, Jan. 12 Xavier at Creighton

Friday, Dec. 27 DePaul at Northwestern Lafayette at Seton Hall Saturday, Dec. 28 NJIT at Butler Florida International at Georgetown Samford at Marquette Providence at Massachusetts Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival St. John’s vs. Columbia Villanova at Syracuse Wake Forest at Xavier Sunday, Dec. 29 Chicago State at Creighton Tuesday, Dec. 31 St. John’s at Xavier Seton Hall at Providence DePaul at Georgetown Villanova at Butler Marquette at Creighton Saturday, Jan. 4 St. John’s at Georgetown Butler at Xavier DePaul at Marquette Creighton at Seton Hall Sunday, Jan. 5 Providence at Villanova Tuesday, Jan. 7 Creighton at DePaul Wednesday, Jan. 8 Georgetown at Providence Villanova at Seton Hall

Saturday, Jan. 11 Seton Hall at Marquette Georgetown at Butler Villanova at St. John’s

Tuesday, Jan. 14 St. John’s at DePaul Butler at Creighton Wednesday, Jan. 15 Georgetown at Xavier Thursday, Jan. 16 Providence at St. John’s Saturday, Jan. 18 Seton Hall at Georgetown Creighton at Providence Marquette at Butler DePaul at Villanova Dartmouth at St. John’s Monday, Jan. 20 Xavier at DePaul Creighton at Villanova Marquette at Georgetown Tuesday, Jan. 21 Butler at Providence Thursday, Jan. 23 Seton Hall at St. John’s Saturday, Jan. 25 Xavier at Providence Villanova at Marquette St. John’s at Butler DePaul at Seton Hall Georgetown at Creighton Monday, Jan. 27 Villanova at Georgetown Tuesday, Jan. 28 St. John’s at Creighton Wednesday, Jan. 29 Butler at Seton Hall


BIG EAST CONFERENCE Thursday, Jan. 30 Providence at Marquette Saturday, Feb. 1 Seton Hall at Xavier Marquette at St. John’s Providence at DePaul Georgetown vs. Michigan State Villanova at Temple Monday, Feb. 3 Xavier at Villanova Georgetown at DePaul Tuesday, Feb. 4 St. John’s at Providence Butler at Marquette Friday, Feb. 7 Seton Hall at Villanova DePaul at Creighton Saturday, Feb. 8 Butler at Georgetown Providence at Xavier

Wednesday, Feb. 19 DePaul at Xavier Creighton at Marquette Thursday, Feb. 20 Georgetown at Seton Hall Saturday, Feb. 22 Xavier at Georgetown St. John’s at Villanova Marquette at DePaul

Thursday, March 13 BIG EAST Quarterfinals Friday, March 14 BIG EAST Semifinals Saturday, March 15 BIG EAST Championship Game

Sunday, Feb. 23 Seton Hall at Creighton Providence at Butler Tuesday, Feb. 25 Xavier at St. John’s Seton Hall at DePaul Wednesday, Feb. 26 Butler at Villanova Thursday, Feb. 27 Georgetown at Marquette

Sunday, Feb. 9 Creighton at St. John’s

Friday, Feb. 28 Providence at Seton Hall

Monday, Feb. 10 Providence at Georgetown

Saturday, March 1 Creighton at Xavier

Tuesday, Feb. 11 Marquette at Seton Hall Xavier at Butler

Sunday, March 2 DePaul at St. John’s Marquette at Villanova

Wednesday, Feb. 12 Villanova at DePaul

Monday, March 3 Xavier at Seton Hall

Thursday, Feb. 13 Creighton at Butler St. John’s at Seton Hall

Tuesday, March 4 Creighton at Georgetown Marquette at Providence

Saturday, Feb. 15 DePaul at Providence Xavier at Marquette

Thursday, March 6 Butler at DePaul Villanova at Xavier

Sunday, Feb. 16 Villanova at Creighton Georgetown at St. John’s

Saturday, March 8 Georgetown at Villanova Seton Hall at Butler Providence at Creighton St. John’s at Marquette

Tuesday, Feb. 18 Villanova at Providence Butler at St. John’s

Wednesday, March 12 BIG EAST First Round

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DEPAUL’S CONFERENCE HISTORY 1991-92 - Great Midwest Conference Conf. All W-L W-L DePaul 8-2 20-9 *Cincinnati 8-2 29-5 Marquette 5-5 16-13 Memphis State 5-5 23-11 UAB 4-6 20-9 Saint Louis 0-10 5-23 1992-93 - Great Midwest Conference Conf. All W-L W-L *Cincinnati 8-2 27-5 Memphis State 7-3 20-12 Marquette 6-4 20-8 UAB 5-5 21-14 DePaul 3-7 16-15 Saint Louis 1-9 12-17 1993-94 - Great Midwest Conference Conf. All W-L W-L Marquette 10-2 24-9 Saint Louis 8-4 23-6 UAB 8-4 22-8 *Cincinnati 7-5 22-10 DePaul 4-8 16-12 Memphis State 4-8 13-16 Dayton 1-11 6-21 1994-95 - Great Midwest Conference Conf. All W-L W-L Memphis 9-3 24-10 Saint Louis 8-4 23-8 Marquette 7-5 21-12 *Cincinnati 7-5 22-12 DePaul 6-6 17-11 UAB 5-7 14-16 Dayton 0-12 7-20

1995-96 - Conference USA Conf. All Red Division W-L W-L Tulane 9-5 22-10 UAB 6-8 16-14 Southern Miss 6-8 12-15 South Florida 2-12 12-16 Conf. All White Division W-L W-L Memphis 11-3 22-8 Louisville 10-4 22-12 UNC Charlotte 6-8 14-15 Blue Division *Cincinnati Marquette Saint Louis DePaul

Conf. W-L 11-3 10-4 4-10 2-12

All W-L 28-5 23-8 16-14 11-18

1996-97 - Conference USA Conf. All Red Division W-L W-L Tulane 11-3 20-11 UAB 7-7 18-14 Southern Miss 6-8 12-15 South Florida 2-12 8-19 Conf. All White Division W-L W-L UNC Charlotte 10-4 22-9 Memphis 10-4 16-15 Louisville 9-5 26-9 Houston 3-11 11-16 Blue Division Cincinnati *Marquette Saint Louis DePaul

Conf. W-L 12-2 9-5 4-10 1-13

All W-L 26-8 22-9 11-18 3-23

1997-98 - Conference USA Conf. All American Division W-L W-L *Cincinnati 14-2 27-8 UNC Charlotte 13-3 20-11 Saint Louis 11-5 22-11 Marquette 8-8 20-11 Louisville 5-11 12-20 DePaul 3-13 7-23 Conf. All National Division W-L W-L Memphis 12-4 17-12 UAB 10-6 21-12 Southern Miss 9-7 22-11 South Florida 7-9 17-13 Houston 2-14 9-20 Tulane 2-14 7-22 1998-99 - Conference USA Conf. All American Division W-L W-L Cincinnati 12-4 27-5 Louisville 11-5 19-11 *UNC Charlotte 10-6 23-10 DePaul 10-6 18-13 Saint Louis 8-8 15-16 Marquette 6-10 14-15 Conf. National Division W-L UAB 10-6 Southern Miss 6-10 South Florida 6-10 Memphis 6-10 Tulane 6-10 Houston 5-11

1999-00 - Conference USA Conf. All American Division W-L W-L Cincinnati 16-0 29-4 Louisville 10-6 19-12 DePaul 9-7 21-12 Marquette 8-8 15-14 *Saint Louis 7-9 19-14 UNC Charlotte 7-9 17-16 Conf. National Division W-L Tulane 8-8 South Florida 8-8 Southern Miss 7-9 UAB 7-9 Memphis 7-9 Houston 2-14

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All W-L 20-12 14-16 14-14 13-15 12-15 10-17

All W-L 20-11 17-14 17-12 14-14 15-16 9-22


BIG EAST CONFERENCE 2000-01 - Conference USA Conf. All American Division W-L W-L Cincinnati 11-5 25-10 *Charlotte 10-6 22-11 Marquette 9-7 15-14 Saint Louis 8-8 17-14 Louisville 8-8 12-19 DePaul 4-12 12-18 Conf. National Division W-L Southern Miss 11-5 Memphis 10-6 South Florida 9-7 UAB 8-8 Houston 6-10 Tulane 2-14

All W-L 22-9 21-15 18-13 17-14 9-20 9-21

2001-02 - Conference USA Conf. All American Division W-L W-L *Cincinnati 14-2 31-4 Marquette 13-3 26-7 Charlotte 11-5 18-12 Saint Louis 9-7 15-16 Louisville 8-8 19-13 East Carolina 5-11 12-18 DePaul 2-14 9-19 Conf. National Division W-L Memphis 12-4 Houston 9-7 South Florida 8-8 UAB 6-10 TCU 6-10 Tulane 5-11 Southern Miss 4-12

All W-L 27-9 18-15 19-13 13-17 16-15 14-15 10-17

2002-03 - Conference USA Conf. All American Division W-L W-L Marquette 14-2 27-6 *Louisville 11-5 25-7 Saint Louis 9-7 16-14 Cincinnati 9-7 17-12 DePaul 8-8 16-13 Charlotte 8-8 13-16 East Carolina 3-13 12-15 Conf. All National Division W-L W-L Memphis 13-3 23-7 Tulane 8-8 16-15 UAB 8-8 21-13 South Florida 7-9 15-14 Houston 6-10 8-20 Southern Miss 5-11 13-16 TCU 3-13 9-19 2003-04 - Conference USA Conf. All W-L W-L DePaul 12-4 22-10 Memphis 12-4 22-8 *Cincinnati 12-4 25-7 UAB 12-4 22-10 Charlotte 12-4 21-9 Louisville 9-7 20-10 Saint Louis 9-7 19-13 Marquette 8-8 19-12 TCU 7-9 12-17 Southern Miss 6-10 13-15 East Carolina 5-11 13-14 Tulane 4-12 11-17 Houston 3-13 9-18 USF 1-15 7-20 2004-05 - Conference USA Conf. All W-L W-L *Louisville 14-2 33-5 Charlotte 12-4 21-8 Cincinnati 12-4 25-8 UAB 10-6 22-11 DePaul 10-6 20-11 Houston 9-7 18-14 Memphis 9-7 22-16 TCU 8-8 21-14 Marquette 7-9 19-12 Saint Louis 6-10 9-21 USF 5-11 14-16 Tulane 4-12 10-18 East Carolina 4-12 9-19 Southern Miss 2-14 11-17

2005-06 - BIG EAST Conference Conf. All W-L W-L Connecticut 14-2 30-4 Villanova 14-2 28-5 West Virginia 11-5 22-11 Marquette 10-6 20-11 Georgetown 10-6 23-10 Pittsburgh 10-6 25-8 Seton Hall 9-7 18-12 Cincinnati 8-8 21-13 *Syracuse 7-9 23-12 Rutgers 7-9 19-14 Louisville 6-10 21-13 Notre Dame 6-10 16-14 Providence 5-11 12-15 DePaul 5-11 12-15 St. John’s 5-11 12-15 USF 1-15 7-22 2006-07 - BIG EAST Conference Conf. All W-L W-L *Georgetown 13-3 30-7 Louisville 12-4 24-10 Pittsburgh 12-4 29-8 Notre Dame 11-5 24-8 Syracuse 10-6 24-11 Marquette 10-6 24-10 West Virginia 9-7 27-9 DePaul 9-7 20-14 Villanova 9-7 22-11 Providence 8-8 18-13 St. John’s 7-9 16-15 Connecticut 6-10 17-14 Seton Hall 4-12 13-16 USF 3-13 12-18 Rutgers 3-14 10-19 Cincinnati 2-14 11-19

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL 2007-08 - BIG EAST Conference Conf. All W-L W-L Georgetown 15-3 28-6 Notre Dame 14-4 25-8 Louisville 14-4 27-9 Connecticut 13-5 24-9 Marquette 13-5 24-9 West Virginia 11-7 26-11 *Pittsburgh 10-8 27-10 Villanova 9-9 22-13 Syracuse 9-9 21-14 Cincinnati 8-10 13-19 Seton Hall 7-11 17-15 Providence 6-12 15-16 DePaul 6-12 11-19 St. John’s 5-13 11-19 USF 3-15 12-19 Rutgers 3-15 11-20

2009-10 - BIG EAST Conference Conf. All W-L W-L Syracuse 15-3 30-5 Pittsburgh 13-5 25-9 *West Virginia 13-5 31-7 Villanova 13-5 25-8 Marquette 11-7 22-12 Louisville 11-7 20-13 Notre Dame 10-8 23-12 Georgetown 10-8 23-11 USF 9-9 20-13 Seton Hall 9-9 19-13 Cincinnati 7-11 19-16 Connecticut 7-11 18-16 St. John’s 6-12 17-16 Rutgers 5-13 15-17 Providence 4-14 12-19 DePaul 1-17 8-23

2011-12 - BIG EAST Conference Conf. All W-L W-L Syracuse 17-1 34-3 Marquette 14-4 27-8 Notre Dame 13-5 22-12 Cincinnati 12-6 26-11 Georgetown 12-6 24-9 USF 12-6 22-14 *Louisville 10-8 30-10 West Virginia 9-9 19-14 Connecticut 8-10 20-14 Seton Hall 8-10 21-13 Rutgers 6-12 14-18 St. John’s 6-12 13-19 Pittsburgh 5-13 22-17 Villanova 5-13 13-19 Providence 4-14 15-17 DePaul 3-15 12-19

2008-09 - BIG EAST Conference 2010-11 - BIG EAST Conference Conf. All Conf. All W-L W-L W-L W-L *Louisville 16-2 31-6 Pittsburgh 15-3 28-6 Pittsburgh 15-3 31-5 Notre Dame 14-4 27-7 Connecticut 15-3 31-5 Louisville 12-6 25-10 Villanova 13-5 30-8 Syracuse 12-6 27-8 Marquette 12-6 25-10 St. John’s 12-6 21-12 Syracuse 11-7 28-10 West Virginia 11-7 21-12 West Virginia 10-8 23-12 Cincinnati 11-7 26-9 Providence 10-8 19-14 Georgetown 10-8 21-11 Cincinnati 8-10 18-14 *Connecticut 9-9 32-9 Notre Dame 8-10 21-15 Villanova 9-9 21-12 Seton Hall 7-11 17-15 Marquette 9-9 22-15 Georgetown 7-11 16-15 Seton Hall 7-11 13-18 St. John’s 6-12 16-18 Rutgers 5-13 15-17 USF 4-14 9-22 Providence 4-14 15-17 Rutgers 2-16 11-21 USF 3-15 10-23 DePaul 0-18 9-24 DePaul 1-17 7-24

2012-13 - BIG EAST Conference Conf. All W-L W-L Georgetown 14-4 25-7 Louisville 14-4 35-5 Marquette 14-4 26-9 Pittsburgh 12-6 24-9 Syracuse 11-7 30-10 Notre Dame 11-7 25-10 Villanova 10-8 20-14 Connecticut 10-8 20-10 Providence 9-9 19-15 Cincinnati 9-9 22-12 St. John’s 8-10 17-16 Rutgers 5-13 15-16 Seton Hall 3-15 15-18 USF 3-15 12-19 DePaul 2-16 11-21

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DEPAUL VS. THE CONFERENCES America East (12-0) Albany............................................ 1-0 Binghamton................................... 0-0 Hartford......................................... 3-0 Maine............................................ 7-0 UMBC............................................ 1-0 UMass Lowell................................ 0-0 New Hampshire............................. 0-0 Stony Brook................................... 0-0 Vermont........................................ 0-0 American Athletic (81-122) UCF................................................ 1-0 Cincinnati................................... 15-35 Connecticut................................. 1-10 Houston....................................... 10-4 Louisville.................................... 21-38 Memphis................................... 12-14 Rutgers.......................................... 4-6 USF............................................ 15-12 SMU............................................... 0-0 Temple........................................... 2-3 Atlantic 10 (114-97) Dayton....................................... 34-35 Duquesne ................................. 13-14 Fordham........................................ 3-1 George Mason............................... 0-0 George Washington....................... 2-2 La Salle........................................... 7-2 Massachusetts............................... 1-3 Rhode Island.................................. 5-1 Richmond...................................... 0-0 St. Bonaventure............................. 4-6 Saint Joseph’s.............................. 10-6 Saint Louis................................. 34-27 VCU................................................ 1-0 Atlantic Coast (72-102) Boston College............................... 1-1 Clemson ........................................ 0-1 Duke.............................................. 0-4 Florida State.................................. 3-2 Georgia Tech.................................. 2-2 Maryland....................................... 0-2 Miami (Fla.)................................... 6-1 North Carolina............................... 1-4 North Carolina State...................... 4-3 Notre Dame............................... 44-60 Pittsburgh...................................... 2-9 Syracuse...................................... 4-10 Virginia.......................................... 2-0 Virginia Tech.................................. 1-1 Wake Forest................................... 2-2 Atlantic Sun (6-1) East Tennessee State..................... 1-0 Florida Gulf Coast.......................... 1-1 Jacksonville.................................... 2-0 Kennesaw State............................. 0-0 Lipscomb....................................... 0-0 Mercer........................................... 0-0 North Florida................................. 0-0 Northern Kentucky........................ 0-0 USC Upstate................................... 0-0 Stetson.......................................... 2-0

Big 12 (31-38) Baylor............................................ 2-0 Iowa State...................................... 1-0 Kansas............................................ 1-7 Kansas State.................................. 3-3 Oklahoma...................................... 3-1 Oklahoma State........................... 8-12 Texas.............................................. 4-6 TCU................................................ 6-2 Texas Tech...................................... 2-0 West Virginia................................. 1-7 BIG EAST (111-164) Butler............................................. 5-1 Creighton..................................... 15-7 Georgetown................................. 6-21 Marquette................................. 44-68 Providence................................... 8-22 St. John’s.................................... 14-17 Seton Hall...................................... 3-9 Villanova...................................... 8-16 Xavier............................................. 8-3 Big Sky (13-3) Eastern Washington...................... 1-0 Idaho State.................................... 1-0 Montana........................................ 0-0 Montana State............................... 0-0 North Dakota................................. 8-3 Northern Arizona........................... 0-0 Northern Colorado........................ 0-0 Portland State................................ 0-0 Southern Utah............................... 0-0 Sacramento State.......................... 0-0 Weber State................................... 3-0 Big South (1-2) Campbell....................................... 0-0 Charleston Southern..................... 0-0 Coastal Carolina............................. 0-0 Gardner-Webb............................... 0-1 High Point...................................... 0-0 Liberty........................................... 1-0 Longwood...................................... 0-0 UNC Asheville................................ 0-0 Presbyterian.................................. 0-0 Radford.......................................... 0-0 VMI................................................ 0-1 Winthrop....................................... 0-0 Big Ten (79-66) Illinois.......................................... 6-12 Indiana......................................... 8-14 Iowa............................................... 1-2 Michigan........................................ 0-1 Michigan State............................... 7-2 Minnesota..................................... 9-8 Nebraska........................................ 4-0 Northwestern............................ 19-10 Ohio State...................................... 4-4 Penn State..................................... 6-0 Purdue......................................... 9-12 Wisconsin...................................... 6-1 Big West (7-1) Cal Poly.......................................... 1-0 Cal State Fullerton......................... 0-0 Cal State Northridge...................... 0-1 UC Davis........................................ 1-0

UC Irvine........................................ 1-0 UC Riverside.................................. 1-0 UC Santa Barbara........................... 3-0 Hawai’i........................................... 0-0 Long Beach State........................... 0-0 Colonial Athletic Association (3-0) College of Charleston.................... 0-0 Delaware....................................... 0-0 Drexel............................................ 0-0 Hofstra........................................... 1-0 James Madison.............................. 0-0 UNC Wilmington............................ 2-0 Northeastern................................. 0-0 Towson.......................................... 0-0 William & Mary............................. 0-0 Conference USA (68-42) UAB............................................ 19-14 Charlotte...................................... 6-15 East Carolina.................................. 6-0 Florida Atlantic.............................. 1-0 Florida International...................... 5-0 Louisiana Tech............................... 2-1 Marshall......................................... 5-1 Middle Tennessee.......................... 1-0 North Texas.................................... 2-0 Old Dominion................................ 5-3 Rice................................................ 1-0 Southern Miss............................... 5-4 UTEP.............................................. 1-0 UTSA.............................................. 2-0 Tulane............................................ 7-4 Tulsa.............................................. 0-0 Horizon League (67-19) Cleveland State.............................. 0-1 Detroit......................................... 29-7 Green Bay...................................... 5-3 UIC................................................. 4-1 Milwaukee................................... 11-1 Oakland......................................... 0-0 Valparaiso.................................... 16-6 Wright State.................................. 0-0 Youngstown State.......................... 2-0 Independents (0-0) NJIT................................................ 0-0 Ivy League (8-2) Brown............................................ 1-0 Columbia....................................... 1-0 Cornell........................................... 0-0 Dartmouth..................................... 1-0 Harvard.......................................... 0-1 Pennsylvania.................................. 1-1 Princeton....................................... 3-0 Yale................................................ 1-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic (21-11) Canisius......................................... 3-0 Fairfield.......................................... 4-0 Iona............................................... 3-0 Manhattan..................................... 3-4 Marist............................................ 0-0 Monmouth.................................... 2-0 Niagara........................................ 16-7 Quinnipiac..................................... 0-0 Rider.............................................. 0-0

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Ohio Valley (14-1) Austin Peay.................................... 1-0 Belmont......................................... 0-0 Eastern Illinois............................... 8-0 Eastern Kentucky........................... 1-0 Jacksonville State........................... 0-0 Morehead State............................. 0-0 Murray State.................................. 2-1 Southeast Missouri State............... 1-0 SIU Edwardsville............................ 0-0 Tennessee State............................. 0-0 Tennessee Tech.............................. 1-0 UT Martin...................................... 0-0 Pacific-12 (26-28) Arizona.......................................... 2-0 Arizona State................................. 4-1 California....................................... 3-3 UCLA............................................ 6-12 Colorado........................................ 0-1 Oregon........................................... 2-0 Oregon State................................. 1-0 USC................................................ 3-4 Stanford......................................... 1-2 Utah............................................... 1-2 Washington................................... 2-2 Washington State.......................... 1-1 Patriot League (6-4) American....................................... 3-1 Army.............................................. 2-0 Boston University.......................... 0-0 Bucknell......................................... 0-1 Colgate.......................................... 0-0 Holy Cross...................................... 1-1 Lafayette........................................ 0-0 Lehigh............................................ 0-0 Loyola (Md.).................................. 0-0 Navy............................................... 0-1 Southeastern (20-37) Alabama........................................ 2-0 Arkansas........................................ 1-0 Auburn........................................... 1-0 Florida........................................... 1-2 Georgia.......................................... 0-0 Kentucky...................................... 3-18 Louisiana State.............................. 3-3 Mississippi..................................... 1-2 Mississippi State............................ 1-1 Missouri......................................... 3-2 South Carolina............................... 4-3 Tennessee...................................... 0-2 Texas A&M..................................... 0-1 Vanderbilt...................................... 0-3 Southern (6-1) Appalachian State.......................... 0-0 Chattanooga.................................. 0-0 The Citadel.................................... 0-0 Davidson........................................ 1-0 Elon............................................... 1-0 Furman.......................................... 3-0 Georgia Southern.......................... 0-0 UNC Greensboro........................... 0-0 Samford......................................... 0-0 Western Carolina........................... 1-1 Wofford......................................... 0-0

Southland (7-0) Abilene Christian........................... 0-0 Central Arkansas............................ 0-0 Houston Baptist............................. 0-0 Incarnate Word.............................. 0-0 Lamar............................................ 1-0 McNeese State.............................. 0-0 New Orleans.................................. 0-0 Nicholls State................................. 1-0 Northwestern State....................... 1-0 Oral Roberts.................................. 2-0 Sam Houston State........................ 1-0 Southeastern Louisiana................. 0-0 Stephen F. Austin........................... 0-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi............. 1-0 Southwestern Athletic (8-0) Alabama A&M............................... 0-0 Alabama State............................... 3-0 Alcorn State................................... 1-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff........................ 1-0 Grambling State............................. 0-0 Jackson State................................. 1-0 Mississippi Valley State.................. 1-0 Prairie View A&M.......................... 0-0 Southern........................................ 1-0 Texas Southern.............................. 0-0 Summit (5-1) Denver........................................... 2-0 IPFW.............................................. 0-0 IUPUI............................................. 1-0 Nebraska-Omaha........................... 0-0 North Dakota State........................ 0-0 South Dakota................................. 1-0 South Dakota State........................ 1-0 Western Illinois.............................. 0-1 Sun Belt (16-6) Arkansas-Little Rock...................... 0-0 Arkansas State............................... 5-0 Georgia State................................. 0-0 Louisiana-Lafayette........................ 0-0 Louisiana-Monroe......................... 0-0 South Alabama.............................. 0-0 UT-Arlington.................................. 0-0 Texas State..................................... 1-0 Troy................................................ 0-0 Western Kentucky....................... 10-6 West Coast (32-10) Brigham Young.............................. 1-0 Gonzaga......................................... 5-1 Loyola Marymount........................ 5-2 Pacific............................................ 0-0 Pepperdine.................................... 6-1 Portland......................................... 5-0 Saint Mary’s................................... 5-0 San Diego....................................... 0-0 San Francisco................................. 2-4 Santa Clara..................................... 3-2 Western Athletic (17-1) Cal State Bakersfield...................... 0-0 Chicago State............................... 11-0 Grand Canyon................................ 0-0 Idaho............................................. 0-0 Missouri-Kansas City..................... 0-0 New Mexico State......................... 0-1 Seattle........................................... 1-0 UT-Pan American........................... 5-0 Utah Valley.................................... 0-0


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RAY MEYER No one is more associated with DePaul University or DePaul basketball than Ray Meyer. For most people, the word “DePaul” is synonymous with the name Ray Meyer. Meyer passed away on Mar. 17, 2006 at the age of 92. In his 42 years as head coach of DePaul from 1942-84, he compiled a record of 724-354 (.671). In his career, 13 of his teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament and seven of his squads played in the National Invitation Tournament. His 1943 and 1979 teams advanced to the NCAA Final Four while his 1945 team, featuring future Hall of Famer George Mikan, won the NIT when it was considered the national championship. One of only seven Division I coaches to win at least 700 games, Coach Ray posted 37 winning seasons and 12 campaigns of 20 wins or more. In his last seven years at DePaul (1977-84), he posted an impressive record of 180-30 (.857). Six of those teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament and his 1983 team played in the NIT finals. Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1979, Meyer was recognized around the basketball world simply as “Coach”. His 724 career wins rank 12th on the all-time list. In 1978 and 1980, he was named Coach of the Year by the United States Basketball Writers Association. The Associated Press also honored him as its national Coach of the Year in both 1980 and 1984. In addition, he was named the Kodak Man of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) in 1980 and was awarded the John Bunn Award from the Naismith Hall of Fame in 1981 for contributions to the game of basketball. He was also honored with the NIT-NACDA Award in 1984. Besides his Naismith Hall of Fame honor, Coach Ray is also a member of the Illinois and Chicagoland Sports Halls of Fame, Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame and the DePaul

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Hall of Fame. Meyer was also honored in 1992 by the NABC with the Balfour Golden Anniversary Ring for 50 years of contributions to basketball. Upon retiring as DePaul’s coach in 1984, Ray served as Special Assistant to the President of DePaul until 1997. His duties included fundraising and special projects. In addition, Meyer was a color analyst for DePaul basketball games on WGN Radio for 13 seasons. In his 55 years at DePaul, he attended 1,467 consecutive Blue Demon games, never missing a DePaul contest in that time span. Meyer was succeeded at DePaul by his son, Joey, who recorded a career record of 231-158 (.594) in 13 seasons as head coach. On Sept. 30, 1999, a lasting tribute to Meyer was dedicated on DePaul’s Lincoln Park Campus as the Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center opened. This 120,000 square foot facility provides the DePaul community with a variety of fitness and recreational sport spaces. Yet another lasting tribute to Coach Ray and his family occurred on Dec. 14, 2003 when the game floor at the Allstate Arena was officially dedicated as Ray and Marge Meyer Court in honor of the coach and his late wife of 43 years who passed away in 1986. Over the final years of his life, Coach Ray again became a fixture at DePaul home games and spent time in the locker room with the Blue Demon players and coaches.


HISTORY & RECORDS

GEORGE MIKAN One of the greatest players in the history of basketball, George Mikan played for DePaul from 1942-46 and changed the game of basketball forever. Mikan passed away on June 2, 2005 at the age of 79. Credited with helping put the NBA on the map as a major league sport, Mikan was also responsible for sell-out crowds at the Chicago Stadium and Madison Square Garden in his playing days as a collegian. The first big man to dominate the game of basketball, Mikan was a three-time first team All-American for the Blue Demons. After college, he went on to earn All-NBA honors with the Minneapolis Lakers nine times and in 1951, Mikan was voted the greatest player in the first 50 years of basketball by the Associated Press. At DePaul, Mikan stills holds the school record for points in a game with 53 against Rhode Island State in the 1945 NIT semifinals. He led the Blue

Demons to the NIT title that season and in his four seasons at DePaul, the team posted an impressive 87-11 (.888) record. Besides the NIT, the Blue Demons also advanced to the NCAA Final Four in 1943 and finished second in the NIT in 1944 during Mikan’s career. His 1,870 points are still fourth on the all-time scoring chart at DePaul. In his stellar NBA career, Mikan led the Lakers to five NBA crowns in his nine seasons. He scored 11,764 points - a 22.6 per game career scoring average and led the league in scoring three times. In 1996, Mikan was honored as one of the top 50 players in NBA history. Mikan was elected to the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame as a charter member in 1959. He is also a member of the NIT Hall of Fame and was named to the all-time NIT team. After his playing career, Mikan was a NBA coach and also served as the first commissioner of the American Basketball Association (ABA).

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MARK AGUIRRE Mark Aguirre is recognized as one of the best college basketball players ever. Along with George Mikan and Ray Meyer, his name is one of the most synonymous with DePaul basketball. Although he played only three seasons at DePaul, Aguirre remains the school’s all-time leading scorer. In his first season at DePaul in 1978-79, Aguirre set Chicago and the college basketball world on its ear by leading the Blue Demons to the Final Four with a 26-6 record. Aguirre averaged 24 points and 7.6 rebounds as a freshman and made DePaul’s Alumni Hall the place to be in the city. Aguirre did not disappoint as a sophomore, leading the Blue Demons to a 26-2 record and No.1 ranking for most of the season. He averaged 26.8 points and 7.6 rebounds. A consensus All-American, Aguirre was also named the National Player of the Year by the Associated Press, UPI, the U.S. Basketball Writers and he was awarded the Naismith Award. Aguirre also was named to the 1980 U.S. Olympic team. His junior season was almost identical to his sophomore year except for one thing, the Blue Demons had a new home arena - the Rosemont Horizon. Aguirre helped pack the new suburban home, averaging 13,369 fans per game. DePaul became a fixture on national television and Aguirre averaged 23 points and 8.6 rebounds a contest for a team that would finish the year 27-2 and ranked No. 1. Once again, Aguirre was named a consensus first team All-American.

In his three years at DePaul, Aguirre led the Blue Demons to a 79-10 (.888) record. His career scoring average of 24.5 and his career point total of 2,182 are still Blue Demon records, and Aguirre is the only player in Blue Demon history to score 2,000 or more points in a career. The Dallas Mavericks selected Aguirre as the No. 1 pick in the 1981 NBA draft. In his 13-year NBA career, Aguirre was named an NBA All-Star three times and helped the Detroit Pistons to the 1989 and 1990 NBA Championships. He finished his career with a 20 points per game scoring average.

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NCAA & NIT HISTORY DePaul has made 22 NCAA Championship appearances with a trip to the Final Four in 1979 and 1943. The Blue Demons also claimed the 1945 NIT title under a young coach named Ray Meyer and an emerging star in George Mikan. Mikan set a program record with 53 points against Rhode Island State in the 1945 NIT semifinals. Just over 30 years later, the “Iron Five” led by a freshman from Chicago named Mark Aguirre took the nation by storm with its run to Salt Lake City. The Blue Demons knocked off USC, Marquette and UCLA before falling to Larry Bird and Indiana State in the national semifinals. DePaul came back and knocked off Pennsylvania to claim the third-place trophy in the NCAA Championship behind 34 points from Aguirre. In between the first postseason trip in the 1940 NIT to the second-round appearance in the 2007 NIT Quarterfinals, the Blue Demons have made 38 postseason appearances between the NIT and NCAA Championship. NCAA HISTORY

1943 East Regional (1-1) Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) W Dartmouth.....................................................45-36 L Georgetown...................................................53-49 1953 East Regional (1-2) Allen County Coliseum (Ft. Wayne, Ind.) W Miami (Ohio)..................................................74-72 Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) L Indiana...........................................................82-80 L Pennsylvania..................................................90-70 1956 Midwest Regional (0-1) Allen County Coliseum (Ft. Wayne, Ind.) L Wayne State...................................................72-63 1959 Midwest Regional (1-2) Pacific Intl. Livestock Pavilion (Portland, Ore.) W Portland State................................................57-56 Allen Fieldhouse (Lawrence, Kan.) L Kansas State.................................................102-70 L TCU................................................................71-65 1960 Midwest Regional (2-1) Alumni Hall (Chicago, Ill.) W Air Force.........................................................99-69 Ahearn Fieldhouse (Manhattan, Kan.) L Cincinnati.......................................................99-59 W Texas..............................................................67-61 1965 Mideast Regional (1-2) E.A. Diddle Arena (Bowling Green, Ky.) W Eastern Kentucky...........................................99-52 Memorial Coliseum (Lexington, Ky.) L Vanderbilt.............................................. 83-79 (OT) L Dayton...........................................................75-69

1976 East Regional (1-1) Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) W Virginia...........................................................69-60 Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) L Virginia Military..................................... 71-66 (OT) 1978 Midwest Regional (2-1) Levitt Arena (Wichita, Kan.) W Creighton.......................................................80-78 Allen Fieldhouse (Lawrence, Kan.) W Louisville................................................ 90-89 (OT) L Notre Dame...................................................84-64 1979 West Regional (4-1) Pauley Pavilion (Los Angeles, Calif.) W USC................................................................89-76 Marriott Center (Provo, Utah) W Marquette......................................................62-56 W UCLA..............................................................95-91 Huntsman Center (Salt Lake City, Utah) L Indiana State..................................................76-74 W Pennsylvania..................................................96-93 1980 West Regional (0-1) Activity Center (Tempe, Ariz.) L UCLA..............................................................77-71 1981 Mideast Regional (0-1) Dayton Arena (Dayton, Ohio) L Saint Joseph’s.................................................49-48 1982 Midwest Regional (0-1) Reunion Arena (Dallas, Texas) L Boston College...............................................82-75 1984 Midwest Regional (1-1) Devaney Center (Lincoln, Neb.) W Illinois State...................................................75-61 The Arena (St. Louis, Mo.) L Wake Forest........................................... 73-71 (OT) 1985 East Regional (0-1) The Omni (Atlanta, Ga.) L Syracuse.........................................................70-65 1986* East Regional (2-1) Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) W Virginia...........................................................72-68 W Oklahoma......................................................74-69 Meadowlands (East Rutherford, N.J.) L Duke...............................................................74-67 * participation vacated by NCAA

1987* Midwest Regional (2-1) Rosemont Horizon (Rosemont, Ill.) W Louisiana Tech................................................76-62 W St. John’s................................................ 83-75 (OT) Riverfront Coliseum (Cincinnati, Ohio) L Louisiana State...............................................63-58 * participation vacated by NCAA

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1989* West Regional (1-1) BSU Pavilion (Boise, Idaho) W Memphis State...............................................66-63 L UNLV..............................................................85-70 * participation vacated by NCAA

1991 Midwest Regional (0-1) Dayton Arena (Dayton, Ohio) L Georgia Tech..................................................70-87 1992 West Regional (0-1) Activity Center (Tempe, Ariz.) L New Mexico State..........................................73-81 2000 East Regional (0-1) Joel Eaves Coliseum (Winston-Salem, N.C.) L Kansas.................................................... 77-81 (OT) 2004 Phoenix Regional (1-1) HSBC Arena (Buffalo, N.Y.) W Dayton................................................. 76-69 (2OT) L Connecticut....................................................55-72

NIT HISTORY

1940 (1-2, 4th place) Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) W Long Island.....................................................45-38 L Colorado........................................................52-37 L Oklahoma A&M.............................................23-22 1944 (2-1, 2nd place) Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) W Muhlenburg...................................................68-45 W Oklahoma A&M.............................................41-38 L St. John’s........................................................47-39 1945 (3-0, 1st place) Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) W West Virginia..................................................76-52 W Rhode Island..................................................97-53 W Bowling Green.............................................. 71-54 Red Cross Benefit Game L Oklahoma A&M.............................................52-44 NOTE: Red Cross Benefit Game pitted NIT champion DePaul against NCAA champion Oklahoma A&M at Madison Square Garden.

1948 (1-2, 4th place) Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) W North Carolina State......................................75-64 L New York........................................................72-59 L Western Kentucky..........................................61-59 1961 (0-1) Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) L Providence.....................................................73-67

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1963 (0-1) Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) L Villanova........................................................63-51 1964 (0-1) Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) L New York........................................................79-66 1966 (0-1) Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) L New York........................................................68-65 1983 (4-1, 2nd place) Rosemont Horizon (Rosemont, Ill.) W Minnesota......................................................76-73 W Northwestern.................................................65-63 W Mississippi......................................................75-67 Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) W Nebraska........................................................68-58 L Fresno State...................................................69-60 1990 (2-1) Alumni Hall (Chicago, Ill.) W Creighton.......................................................89-72 W Cincinnati.......................................................61-59 Kiel Auditorium (St. Louis, Mo.) L Saint Louis......................................................54-47 1994 (0-1) Welsh-Ryan Arena (Evanston, Ill.) L Northwestern.................................................68-69 1995 (0-1) The Mark (Moline, Ill.) L Iowa...............................................................87-96 1999 (1-1) Rosemont Horizon (Rosemont, Ill.) W Northwestern.................................................69-64 L California........................................................57-58 2003 (0-1) Smith Center (Chapel Hill, N.C.) L North Carolina...............................................72-83 2005 (1-1) Mizzou Sports Arena (Columbia, Mo.) W Missouri.........................................................75-70 Allstate Arena (Rosemont, Ill.) L Texas A&M.....................................................72-75 2007 (2-1) McGrath Arena (Chicago, Ill.) W Hofstra...........................................................83-71 Bramlage Coliseum (Manhattan, Kan.) W Kansas State...................................................70-65 Clune Arena (Colorado Springs, Colo.) L Air Force.........................................................51-52


HISTORY & RECORDS

1945 NIT CHAMPIONS

Led by a dominant big man and an up-and1944-45 coming coach, the 1945 edition of the Blue Demons Record: 21-3 (.875) won the school’s first national championship by Head Coach: Ray Meyer winning the 1945 National Invitation Tournament. Illinois Tech H W 65-46 Glenview NTS H W 53-31 The 1944-45 season opened with high H W 62-45 expectations. With George Mikan, the game’s most Illinois Tech H W 61-41 dominant player, the question surrounding the Blue Navy Pier Wyoming CS W 68-29 Demons and young coach Ray Meyer, who was Illinois Wesleyan H W 66-43 entering his third season at the helm, was not, if Illinois CS L 40-43 they will win, it was how many times. Radio Chicago H W 66-28 Six straight wins to open the season was a Long Island A W 74-47 Illinois A W 63-56 sign of things to come. A loss to Illinois at the Western Kentucky A W 65-37 old Chicago Stadium was a brief setback but 11 Vaughan Hospital A W 85-33 consecutive wins showed that the Blue Demons Hamline CS W 45-41 were the real deal. Hamline A W 49-40 A late season game with Oklahoma A&M (now Marquette CS W 59-32 Oklahoma State) was a highlight of the regular Notre Dame CS W 56-52 season as two of the country’s best teams squared Purdue CS W 50-34 Oklahoma A&M CS W 48-46 off in a rematch of the previous season’s NIT Great Lakes CS L 56-64 semifinal and the result was a 48-46 Blue Demon Western Kentucky CS W 65-49 victory. DePaul finished the season with an 18-2 regular National Invitation Tournament West Virginia MSG W 76-54 season record and received a bid to the NIT for its Rhode Island MSG W 97-53 efforts. Bowling Green MSG W 71-54 Meyer’s squad opened the tournament with Red Cross Benefit Game Oklahoma A&M MSG L 44-52 a 76-52 win over West Virginia behind Mikan’s 33 CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square points. A semifinal date with Rhode Island awaited Garden (New York, N.Y.) and Mikan cemented his legacy in Blue Demon annals with a school-record 53 points (a record that still stands) and powering the Blue Demons to a 9753 triumph over the Rams. The title game would have the Blue Demons squaring off against Bowling Green. Mikan poured in 33 points and DePaul took home the hardware with a 71-54 victory. Meyer’s third season with the Blue Demons ended at 21-3 (DePaul would lose to NCAA champion Oklahoma A&M in the Red Cross game after the NIT), validated the Blue Demons as one of the premier programs in the country and started a legacy of a coach that would span 42 years.

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1979 NCAA FINAL FOUR Perhaps no DePaul team has captured the imagination of Blue Demon faithful and the nation as the 1978-79 edition. Powered by the “Iron Five” which featured a young team led by a flashy freshman, the 1979 squad put on a late season run that ignited the nation’s interest in the “little school by the L.” Coming off a trip to the Elite Eight the previous season, DePaul fans were anxious to see if a promising freshman from Chicago could fill the void left by a veteran trio from the previous season. It took Mark Aguirre all of one trip down the court to announce his presence with authority. Playing at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion, the 6-6 forward took a pass off the opening tip; he dribbled, cupped the ball in his hand and dunked over AllAmerican David Greenwood. He would finish the 1978-79 game with 29 points. Record: 26-6 (.813) Meyer, in his 39th season at DePaul, steered the Head Coach: Ray Meyer Nov. 25 UCLA A L 85-108 sixth-ranked Blue Demons, who boasted only one Nov. 29 Evansville A W 74-55 bench player to see action in over half of the games, Dec. 2 Northern Illinois H W 108-86 to a 22-9 regular season and a No. 2 seed in the Dec. 4 Eastern Michigan H W 96-68 West Regional of the NCAA Tournament. With the Dec. 9 Butler A W 81-62 second seed, the Blue Demons earned a first-round Dec. 13 Wichita State A L 92-95 bye before facing USC in Los Angeles in the second Dec. 16 Wisconsin H W 84-78 round. Curtis Watkins scored 27 points against the Dec. 19 Northwestern H W 90-83 Dec. 23 Bradley A W 51-50 Trojans to power the Blue Demons to an 89-78 win. Dec. 30 Creighton H W 88-70 In a regional semifinal date with Marquette, Jan. 2 Georgia Tech H W 77-71 Aguirre and Watkins each scored 19 points for a 62Jan. 6 Air Force H W 86-66 56 victory, setting up one of the most famous games Jan. 9 Providence A W 84-75 in DePaul annals. Jan. 13 Loyola-Chicago H W 80-73 With a trip to the Final Four on the line, DePaul Jan. 20 Dayton A L 64-68 and UCLA met in Provo, Utah. The Blue Demons Jan. 27 Illinois State A W 87-69 Jan. 31 Western Michigan A L 80-82 raced to a 51-34 halftime lead and then braced for Feb. 3 Oral Roberts A W 75-72 UCLA’s second-half onslaught which had the Bruins Feb. 8 Loyola-Chicago A W 77-73 pull within 93-91 in the late stages of the contest Feb. 10 Centenary H W 82-66 before Gary Garland’s lay-up sealed a 95-91 win and Feb. 14 Ball State A W 85-76 sent the Blue Demons to the Final Four. Feb. 17 Villanova H W 69-66 The national semifinal pitted the Blue Demon’s Feb. 21 Valparaiso H W 104-76 five against Indiana State and Larry Bird. Watkins Feb. 24 Marquette H W 61-60 Feb. 27 UAB H W 88-77 played all 40 minutes with a bad knee injured late in Mar. 2 Notre Dame H W 76-72 the UCLA game, but Bird proved to be too much as Mar. 5 Loyola-Chicago A L 99-101 DePaul went toe-to-toe with the Sycamores before NCAA Championship Second Round succumbing 76-74. DePaul beat Pennsylvania 96-93 M 11 USC PP W 89-78 in the consolation game behind Aguirre’s 34 points. NCAA Championship Regionals M 15 Marquette M 17 UCLA NCAA Championship Finals M 24 Indiana State M 26 Pennsylvania

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DEPAUL & THE NBA A total of 32 DePaul players have gone on to play in the NBA starting with Elmer Gainer in 1941 with the Baltimore Bullets up to DePaul’s most recent first-round draft pick in Wilson Chandler. Chandler was the 10th DePaul basketball player to be drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft as he was the 23rd pick of the New York Knicks in 2007. He joins other first-round Blue Demons: Steven Hunter (2001, No. 15 to Orlando), Quentin Richardson (2000, No. 18 to Los Angeles Clippers), Rod Strickland (1988, No. 19 to New York), Kevin Edwards (1988, No. 20 to Miami), Dallas Comegys (1987, No. 21 to Atlanta), Terry Cummings (1982, No. 2 to San Diego), Mark Aguirre (1981, No. 1 to Dallas), Dave Corzine (1978, No. 18 to Washington) and Bill Robinzine (1975, No. 10 to Kansas City-Omaha) Two Blue Demons were on NBA rosters during the 2012-13 season with Wilson Chandler playing for the Denver Nuggets and Quentin Richardson with the New York Knicks. Since Gainer played the first NBA game for a former Blue Demon in 1947, there have been only six seasons without a DePaul flavor in NBA history. Including the 2013-14 season, at least one DePaul player has played in the NBA in 39 consecutive seasons. There were no Blue Demons in the NBA for the 195960 season, from 1962-64 and from 1972-74. A DePaul player has suited up in a NBA uniform in 67 of the last 73 season including the 2013-14 campaign. In addition to the players in the NBA, two Blue Demons have coached at the NBA level. George Mikan was head coach of the Minneapolis Lakers (1957-58) and Tyrone Corbin is head coach of the Utah Jazz since 2011. GEORGE MIKAN (1942-46) Minneapolis Lakers (1948-56)

GENE STUMP (1945-47) Boston Celtics (1947-49) Minneapolis Lakers (1949-50) Waterloo Hawks (1949-50)

JACK PHELAN (1945-46, 47-49) Waterloo Hawks (1949-50) Sheboygan Redskins (1949-50)

RON SOBIESZCZYK (1953-56) New York Knicks (1956-60) Minneapolis Lakers (1959-60)

EMMETTE BRYANT (1961-64) New York Knicks (1964-68) Boston Celtics (1968-70) Buffalo Braves (1970-72)

BILL ROBINZINE (1972-75) Sacramento Kings (1975-80) Cleveland Cavaliers (1980-81) Dallas Mavericks (1980-81) Utah Jazz (1981-82)

DAVE CORZINE (1974-77) Washington Bullets (1978-80) San Antonio Spurs (1980-82) Chicago Bulls (1982-89) Orlando Magic (1989-90) Seattle SuperSonics (1990-91)

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Mark Aguirre (1981-94) Andre Brown (2006-09) Stanley Brundy (1989-90) Emmette Bryant (1964-72) Howie Carl (1961-62) Wilson Chandler (2007-13) Dallas Comegys (1987-89) Tyrone Corbin (1985-01) Dave Corzine (1978-91) Terry Cummings (1982-00) Gene Dyker (1953-54) Kevin Edwards (1988-01) Ron Feiereisel (1955-56) Elmer Gainer (1941-50) Gary Garland (1979-80) Bato Govedarica (1953-54) Stephen Howard (1992-98) Steven Hunter (2001-10) John Jorgensen (1947-49) Whitey Kachan (1948-49) Paul McPherson (2000-01) Ed Mikan (1948-54) George Mikan (1948-56) Errol Palmer (1967-68) Jack Phelan (1949-50) Quentin Richardson (2000-13) Bill Robinzine (1975-82) Bobby Simmons (2001-12) Ron Sobieszczyk (1956-60) Rod Strickland (1988-05) Gene Stump (1947-50) Dick Triptow (1944-50)

GARY GARLAND (1975-79) Denver Nuggets (1979-80)

MARK AGUIRRE (1978-81) Dallas Mavericks (1981-89) Detroit Pistons (1988-93) Los Angeles Clippers (1993-94)

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TERRY CUMMINGS (1979-82) San Diego Clippers (1982-84) Milwaukee Bucks (1984-89) San Antonio Spurs (1989-95) Milwaukee Bucks (1995-96) Seattle SuperSonics (1996-97) Philadelphia 76ers (1997-98) New York Knicks (1997-98) Golden State Warriors (1998-00)

TYRONE CORBIN (1981-85) San Antonio Spurs (1985-87) Cleveland Cavaliers (1986-88) Phoenix Suns (1987-89) Minnesota Timberwolves (1989-92) Utah Jazz (1991-94) Atlanta Hawks (1994-95) Sacramento Kings (1995-96) Miami Heat (1995-96) Atlanta Hawks (1996-99) Sacramento Kings (1999-00) Toronto Raptors (2000-01)

KEVIN EDWARDS (1986-88) Miami Heat (1988-93) New Jersey Nets (1993-98) Orlando Magic (1997-98) Vancouver Grizzlies (2000-01)

ROD STRICKLAND (1985-88) New York Knicks (1988-90) San Antonio Spurs (1989-92) Portland Trailblazers (1992-96) Washington Wizards (1996-01) Portland Trailblazers (2000-01) Miami Heat (2001-02) Minnesota Timberwolves (2002-03) Orlando Magic (2003-04) Toronto Raptors (2003-04) Houston Rockets (2004-05)

QUENTIN RICHARDSON (1998-00) Los Angeles Clippers (2000-04) Phoenix Suns (2004-05) New York Knicks (2005-09) Miami Heat (2009-10) Orlando Magic (2010-12) New York Knicks (2012-13)

BOBBY SIMMONS (1998-01) Washington Wizards (2001-03) Los Angeles Clippers (2003-05) Milwaukee Bucks (2005-06, 07-08) New Jersey Nets (2008-10) San Antonio Spurs (2010-11) Los Angeles Clippers (2011-12)

STEVEN HUNTER (1999-01) Orlando Magic (2001-04) Phoenix Suns (2004-05) Philadelphia 76ers (2005-07) Denver Nuggets (2007-08) Memphis Grizzlies (2009-10)

ANDRE BROWN (2000-04) Seattle SuperSonics (2006-07) Memphis Grizzlies (2007-08) Charlotte Bobcats (2008-09)

WILSON CHANDLER (1998-00) New York Knicks (2007-11) Denver Nuggets (2010-13)

STEPHEN HOWARD (1988-92) Utah Jazz (1992-97) San Antonio Spurs (1996-97) Seattle SuperSonics (1997-98)

DALLAS COMEGYS (1987-89) New Jersey Nets (1987-88) San Antonio Spurs (1988-89)

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PAUL McPHERSON (1999-00) Phoenix Suns (2000-01) Golden State Warriors (2000-01)


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IMPORTANT DATES 1923 – DePaul fields a basketball team for the first time and wins its opening game over Kent College. The Blue Demons would go on to post an 8-6 record in their initial season. 1929-30 – DePaul takes the longest road trip in school history when the Blue Demons hit the road for a 16-game journey to end their season. Head coach Jim Kelly and the Demons venture to the states of Iowa, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona, Texas and New Mexico that season, compiling a record of 11-5 on the trip en route to a 15-5 overall record. April 17, 1942 – Ray Meyer is named DePaul’s head coach. March 1943 – DePaul advances to the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four for the first time. March 21, 1945 – DePaul beats Bowling Green 71-54 behind George Mikan’s school-record 53 points to win the NIT championship. Mikan’s record still stands entering the 2009-10 season - the oldest standing record in school annals. Feb. 21, 1956 – DePaul plays its final game at the DePaul Auditorium (also known as “The Barn”) and it’s a 91-77 win over Lewis, putting the final touch on an 81-game winning streak in that arena. Dec. 4, 1956 – The Blue Demons open Alumni Hall with an 82-66 win over Illinois Wesleyan. Dec. 23, 1960 – Howie Carl scores 43 points to set the Alumni Hall scoring record that would stand until the building was demolished in 2000. Jan. 16, 1974 – Legendary coach Ray Meyer wins his 500th game as the Blue Demons beat Marshall 76-68 at Alumni Hall. March 13, 1976 – DePaul is back in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1965 and celebrates with a 69-60 opening-round winning over Virginia in Charlotte, North Carolina. Feb. 12, 1978 – DePaul beats Notre Dame 69-68 in overtime at South Bend in front of a national television audience in the game that many feel put the Blue Demons back in the national spotlight. March 19, 1978 – The Blue Demons come within one game of the Final Four as Notre Dame stops DePaul 84-64 in Lawrence, Kansas. Nov. 25, 1978 – Mark Aguirre makes his debut in a DePaul uniform, scoring 29 points in a 76-69 loss to UCLA at Pauley Pavilion. March 17, 1979 – DePaul beats UCLA 95-91 in Provo, Utah to secure the school’s second trip to the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four. Gary Garland is named the MVP of the West Regional. March 24, 1979 – The Blue Demons fall to Larry Bird and Indiana State 76-74 in the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament in Salt Lake City.

March 26, 1979 – DePaul beats Pennsylvania 96-93 to earn third place in the NCAA Tournament. 1979-80 – The Blue Demons compile a 26-game winning streak spanning from March 26, 1979 to February 23, 1980. Dec. 12, 1979 – Ray Meyer wins his 600th game as DePaul beats Northern Illinois, 57-55, in overtime at Chick Evans Fieldhouse in DeKalb. March 1980 – Mark Aguirre is named the National Player of the Year. March 1980 – DePaul finishes the regular season ranked No. 1 in both the Associated Press and United Press International polls. Dec. 1, 1980 – DePaul makes its debut at the Rosemont Horizon with a 74-56 win over Gonzaga. March 1981 – Mark Aguirre is named the National Player of the Year. March 1981 – DePaul finishes the regular season ranked No. 1 in both the Associated Press and United Press International polls for the second straight year. Dec. 3, 1983 – Ray Meyer wins his 700th game as the Blue Demons stop Illinois State 69-66 at the Rosemont Horizon. March 10, 1984 – Ray Meyer coaches his final home game, a 64-49 win over Marquette at the Rosemont Horizon. March 23, 1984 – Ray Meyer’s final game as DePaul’s head coach is a 73-71 overtime loss in the NCAA Tournament to Wake Forest at the Checkerdome in St. Louis. Meyer retires after 42 years and 724 wins. Nov. 24, 1984 – Joey Meyer becomes the eighth coach in school history and wins his first game with a 59-58 victory over Northern Illinois at the Rosemont Horizon. March 15, 1987 – The Blue Demons beat St. John’s 83-75 in overtime at the Rosemont Horizon in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Dec. 23, 1988 – Stanley Brundy scores a Rosemont Horizon-record 47 points in the 115-111 win over Loyola Marymount in the title game of the Old Style Classic. Brundy’s record still stands entering the 2008-09 season. March 16, 1989 – The 12th-seeded Blue Demons stun fifth-seed Memphis State 66-63 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament in Boise, Idaho. March 1990 – For the first time since March 1, 1980, DePaul returns to Alumni Hall to host two NIT games, wins over Creighton and Cincinnati. Nov. 13, 1990 – DePaul announces it will become a member of the newly formed Great Midwest Conference with Marquette, Saint Louis, Cincinnati, Memphis State and UAB.

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first in C-USA. DePaul would earn the top seed in the annual league tournament despite a five-way tie for the championship. March 18, 2004 – The Blue Demons return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in four years and win the program’s first tournament game since 1989 with a 76-69 double overtime victory over Dayton in Buffalo, N.Y. April 28, 2005 – Jerry Wainwright is named the 11th coach in school history. Jan. 4, 2006 – DePaul plays its first BIG EAST Conference game, an 82-60 loss at Cincinnati. Jan. 7, 2006 – DePaul plays its first BIG EAST home game and records the program’s initial league victory with a 7367 triumph over Notre Dame at Allstate Arena. March 17, 2006 – Ray Meyer passes away at the age of 92, 23 years to the day of the program’s win over UCLA in Provo, Utah that sent the Blue Demons to the 1979 Final Four. Dec. 2, 2006 – On Ray Meyer Day at the Allstate Arena DePaul rallies from 14 points down to beat fifth-ranked Kansas, 64-57, behind Sammy Mejia’s 23 points. March 7, 2007 – DePaul plays its first BIG EAST Conference Tournament game, a 75-67 loss to Villanova. March 14, 2007 – For the first time since November 20, 1999 the Blue Demons return to campus for a non-exhibition game, beating Hofstra, 83-71, in the first round of the MasterCard NIT in front of a jammed-packed McGrath Arena on the Lincoln Park campus. Jan. 11, 2010 – Jerry Wainwright steps down as head coach and Tracy Webster is named interim head coach. Webster leads the Blue Demons in the final 16 games of the season as the program’s only interim head coach and the 12th coach to lead a DePaul basketball team. April 6, 2010 – Oliver Purnell is named the 13th head coach in DePaul history at a press conference at Cortelyou Commons on DePaul’s Lincoln Park campus. March 8, 2011 – Cleveland Melvin is selected as the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year. He is the second Blue Demon to be named conference rookie of the year following Quentin Richardson in 1999.

Nov. 14, 2003 – DePaul holds a press conference and announces that it will join the BIG EAST Conference along with Cincinnati, Louisville, Marquette and USF beginning with the 2005-06 academic year.

Dec. 15, 2012 – DePaul president Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M. and the six other leaders of the BIG EAST’s basketball-focused institutions announce plans to pursue an orderly evolution to a foundation of basketball schools that honors the history and tradition on which the Big East was established.

Dec. 14, 2003 – The court at the Allstate Arena is named Ray and Marge Meyer Court in honor of the legendary Blue Demon coach and his wife during the game between the Blue Demons and Notre Dame - Meyer’s alma mater and the school he coached for 42 seasons.

March 20, 2013 – The presidents of the seven BIG EAST basketball-focused institutions announce plans for a 10-team conference that includes new members Butler, Creighton and Xavier in addition to a landmark television deal with FOX Sports.

March 6, 2004 – DePaul beats USF, 78-66, in Tampa and clinches a share of the Conference USA championship. It marks the second time in the history of the program that the Blue Demons win a conference title and the

May 16, 2013 – Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel announces plans for a new 10,000-seat multipurpose events center near McCormick Plance in Chicago’s South Loop. The facility will be the home for DePaul basketball starting in Nov. 2016.

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ALUMNI HALL its 34th season of playing in Rosemont in 2013-14. It has been home to the Blue Demons since 1980. The 18,500seat arena has hosted the NCAA Men’s First and Second Rounds in 1987 and 1993 and the 2005 Chicago Regional. It has also hosted the NCAA Women’s Mideast Regional in 1996 and the NCAA Women’s First and Second Rounds in 2006 and 2012.

STEPHEN HOWARD Academic All-American – Stephen Howard (1988-92) was DePaul’s first-ever Academic All-American as selected by CoSIDA, earning first team honors in 1990-91 and 1991-92. He was also a first team All-District selection as a sophomore, junior and senior. Aguirre, Mark – One of the greatest players in DePaul history. Aguirre, a two-time first team All-American, is the school’s all-time leading scorer and holds three singleseason records as well. A member of the 1980 Olympic team, Mark helped DePaul to a Final Four appearance as a freshman in 1979. He was named to the All-Final Four team that year. The first pick of the 1981 NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks, he won two NBA titles with the Detroit Pistons during his 14-year NBA career. Mark was enshrined into the DePaul Athletic Hall of Fame in 1996 as a player and again in 1999 as a member of DePaul’s 1979 Final Four team. His jersey number (24) is one of two that DePaul has retired. Alaska – The Blue Demons made their initial voyage to Alaska in November 2000 and participated in the annual Great Alaska Shootout. DePaul finished fourth, losing to Syracuse and then beating Florida State and Alaska Anchorage. All-Americans – Since 1937, DePaul has had 19 players earn first, second or third team All-American honors on 80 occasions. In addition to the 19 first, second or third team honorees, nine others picked up honorable mention recognition for All-American teams. George Mikan, Mark Aguirre and Terry Cummings each earned consensus first team All-American honors. Allstate Arena – The name of DePaul’s basketball home. Formerly known as the Rosemont Horizon, DePaul is in

Alumni Hall – Set at the center of DePaul’s Lincoln Park campus, Alumni Hall was home to Blue Demon athletics from 1956-2000. The 5,300-seat arena was the regular home of the men’s team from 1956 to 1980. DePaul then played 22 games at the corner of Belden and Sheffield Avenues from 1980-2000 and had an impressive winning streak of 54 games from 1977-98. The Blue Demons finished 288-71 all-time in Alumni Hall. The building was torn down in July 2000 to make room for the DePaul Student Center. AP Top 10 – The Blue Demons have finished in the top 10 in the final Associated Press Poll on eight occasions, including a string of five straight years from 1978-82. The last time DePaul finished in the AP Top 10 was in 1987. BIG EAST Conference – DePaul is a member of the BIG EAST Conference. The Blue Demons are joined in the league in 2013-14 with Butler, Creighton, Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, Seton Hall, St. John’s, Villanova and Xavier. The Blue Demons joined the conference prior to the 2005-06 academic year. Booth, David – The second leading scorer in school history, Booth played at DePaul from 1988-92 and finished his collegiate career in the school’s top 10 in seven statistical categories. An honorable mention All-American in 1991, Booth was the school’s first-ever first team all-conference performer, earning All-Great Midwest accolades in 1992. He joined his alma mater during the 2009-10 season as an assistant men’s basketball coach. Booth is currently director of scouting for the NBA’s New Orleans Hornets. Blue Demons – In 1900 when the first athletic team to ever represent DePaul University was organized, the monogram “D” was selected for the uniforms. From this originated the nickname “D-men” which evolved into “Demons.” The blue, which combines with Demons, signifies loyalty and was chosen in 1901 by a vote of the student body. Chicago Stadium – Opened in 1929, Chicago Stadium was home to the Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago Bulls until it was demolished in 1994. In the 1940’s and 50’s, the Stadium was also home to college basketball doublehead-

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DEPAUL AUDITORIUM ers. The first Great Midwest Conference Tournament in 1992 was the final college basketball action to be played at the Stadium which was torn down in 1994. Colors – DePaul’s official school colors are royal blue and scarlet. The PMS colors are 285 (blue) and 186 (red). Conference USA – The 2004-05 season was DePaul’s last in Conference USA. Original members were DePaul, UAB, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Marquette, Memphis, Southern Mississippi, Houston, Tulane, Saint Louis, USF and Louisville. East Carolina and TCU joined the league in 2001-02. Corbin, Tyrone – One of the most beloved players in Blue Demon history, Corbin is currently DePaul’s third all-time leading rebounder and 15th all-time leading scorer. He is the only player in DePaul history to lead a Blue Demon team in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage and free throw percentage for two consecutive seasons in 1983-84 and 1984-85. Corbin spent 15 seasons in the NBA and was named head coach of the Utah Jazz in Feb. 2011. Corzine, Dave – DePaul’s all-time leading rebounder and third all-time leading scorer, Dave helped the Blue Demons to two NCAA Tournaments, including a Elite Eight appearance in 1978. Corzine went on to play in the NBA from 1978-91. He currently works in the DePaul athletics department as assistant to the athletics director for community outreach. DePaul Auditorium – Affectionately known as “The Barn,” it was the home to the Blue Demons until 1956. The site is now the home of the Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center. DePaul won 81-straight games at “The Barn”, the most successful home-court winning streak in school history. Diener, Drake – One of three players in school history to own multiple career school records, Diener graduated in 2005 with the school records for career three-point field goals, career three-point field goal attempts and free throw percentage. Diener also owns single-season school records for three-point field goals, three-point field goal attempts and free throw percentage.

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TOM KLEINSCHMIDT Final Four Announcer – If you’re watching the NCAA Final Four and the voice of the public address announcer sounds familiar, it should. Gene Honda, one of DePaul’s PA men, has been the voice of the Final Four since the 2002-03 season. Honda is in his 14th season doing Blue Demon games. In addition to calling DePaul games, he is also the voice for the Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago White Sox and the Maui Invitational. Garland, Gary – A Blue Demon great from 1975-79, Garland helped DePaul to three NCAA Tournament appearances including the 1979 Final Four, earned NCAA Tournament All-Region honors in 1978 and 1979 and was the Most Valuable Player of the West Regional in 1979. An honorable mention All-American in 1979, Garland was nicknamed the Music Man by his teammates and often sang the National Anthem before Blue Demon games. Garland continued with a music career, serving as a backup singer to his half-sister, Whitney Houston. Great Midwest Conference – In 1991-92, DePaul was a charter member of the Great Midwest Conference. It was the first conference affiliation for the Blue Demons. Along with DePaul, the Great Midwest included UAB, Cincinnati, Dayton, Marquette, Memphis and Saint Louis. The Blue Demons were the 1992 regular season champions. Hall of Fame – One former DePaul player and one former coach are members of the Naismith Memorial Basketball


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JOEY MEYER Hall of Fame. George Mikan (1942-46) was enshrined as a charter member in 1959, while former coach Ray Meyer was enshrined in 1979. Kleinschmidt, Tom – One of only two players in school history to earn conference Player of the Year honors, Kleinschmidt was the 1994-95 Great Midwest Conference Player of the Year as a senior. Kleinschmidt still ranks in DePaul’s all-time top 10 in eight career statistical categories. Lampley, Lemone – Now DePaul’s assistant director of development for athletics, Lampley played for the Blue Demons from 1982-86. He still ranks 10th in school history with 87 blocked shots. Leitao, Dave – DePaul’s coach from 2002-05, Leitao took the Blue Demons to the second round of the 2004 NCAA Tournament and guided the program to the Conference USA regular season championship that year. DePaul also made two NIT appearances in his three years. Lenti Ponsetto, Jean – DePaul’s athletics director, Ponsetto was named to her current position on July 1, 2002. A four-sport standout for the Blue Demons, Jeanne has been involved with DePaul athletics as a player, coach and administrator for the past 38 years. Logo – DePaul introduced the current logo for its athletic program on October 14, 1999. SME Powerbranding of New York designed the logo. Maui – DePaul has played in Maui Invitational four times (1988, 1992, 1997 and 2006). In their last appearance the Blue Demons lost to Kentucky, beat Chaminade and dropped a decision to Purdue. The Chaminade victory was Jerry Wainwright’s 200th victory at the NCAA Division I level. McGrath-Phillips Arena – The practice home for the Blue Demons, it was renamed in honor of the former director

WILSON CHANDLER of athletics facilities at DePaul and DePaul benefactor Joni Phillips. The Blue Demons beat Hofstra, 83-71, in the opening round of the 2007 NIT at the McGrath-Phillips Arena, the first non-exhibition game on campus since 1999. DePaul opened the 2008-09 season at McGrathPhillips with a win against Albany in the first regular season game in Lincoln Park since 1999. The Blue Demons are 7-1 all-time in games at McGrath-Phillips Arena and open the 2013-14 season against Grambling State at the on-campus facility. Melvin, Cleveland – Melvin was named BIG EAST Rookie of the Year in 2011 to join Quentin Richardson as the only players in DePaul history to win a conference freshman of the year award. Meyer, Joey – DePaul’s coach from 1984-97, he was the 1987 National Coach of the Year by CBS TV. He won 231 games in his 13-year career as the head mentor of the Blue Demons. Meyer, Ray – One of the 20 all-time winningest coaches in NCAA Division I history, Ray Meyer led the Blue Demons for 42 seasons and won 724 games. A member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, Meyer concluded his tenure with DePaul in September of 1997 after 55 years of service to the University. In the fall of 1999, DePaul opened the Ray Meyer Fitness & Recreation Center for students, faculty, staff and neighborhood residents of its Lincoln Park campus. In December 2003, the floor at the Allstate Arena was named Ray & Marge Meyer Court in honor of the legendary mentor and his wife. Meyer passed away on March 17, 2006 at the age of 92. Mikan, George – The only player in DePaul history to be named first team All-American in three seasons, Mikan led the Blue Demons to their only national championship when they won the NIT in 1945. Mikan was named the National Player of the Year in 1945 and 1946 and to the NIT All-Star team in 1944 and 1945. He still currently

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holds two DePaul single-game records and is in the top five of three all-time lists. After his career at DePaul, Mikan played in the NBA for nine seasons and was elected into the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame in 1959 and the NIT Hall of Fame in 1981. His jersey number (99) is one of two that have been retired by DePaul. He died in 2005.

Postseason – DePaul has made 37 postseason (NCAA and NIT) tournament appearances including the 2007 run to the NIT quarterfinals after victories over Hofstra and Kansas State. DePaul’s last NCAA Championship appearance came in 2004 when the Blue Demons advanced to the second round.

NBA Draft – DePaul has had 46 players drafted by National Basketball Association teams, including 10 in the first round. In 1981, Mark Aguirre was the first overall pick while the following year, Blue Demon Terry Cummings was the second player chosen. Wilson Chandler and Sammy Mejia were the latest DePaul players to be drafted when Chandler was picked 23rd in the first round by the Knicks and Mejia went 57th in the second round to Detroit in the 2007 draft.

Puerto Rico – During the 1999-2000 campaign, the Blue Demons ventured to Puerto Rico for the first time ever and finished third in the annual Puerto Rico Shootout, beating American-Puerto Rico in the first round, falling to Texas in the semifinals and beating South Carolina in the consolation championship. The Blue Demons returned to San Juan in December 2007 and beat La Salle while falling to Mississippi and Clemson.

NCAA Tournament – DePaul has appeared in 22 NCAA Tournaments. The Blue Demons’ first appearance was in 1943 when they finished third. DePaul also finished third in 1979. DePaul reached the second round of the tournament in its last appearance (2004). NIT – DePaul was the 1945 NIT Champion. The Blue Demons have participated in 16 NIT’s, including the 2007 season where they reached the quarterfinals for the first time since 1990. DePaul has reached the Final Four of the NIT five times. NIT Champions – The 1945 Blue Demons featured George Mikan and is DePaul’s only national champion in men’s basketball. The Blue Demons beat Bowling Green, 71-54, to capture the title and finished the season with a record of 21-3. Olympics – Mark Aguirre was a member of the 1980 Olympic team and several other Blue Demons participated in the Olympic Trials, including Ron Norwood and Dave Corzine in 1976, Tyrone Corbin in 1984 and Kevin Edwards and Rod Strickland in 1988. Player of the Half Century – In 1996, Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan was named the Player of the Half Century (1951-2000) by Sport Magazine. The Player of the Half Century from 1900-1950 was former DePaul star George Mikan.

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Purnell, Oliver – Oliver Purnell was named the 13th head coach in DePaul history on April 6, 2010. He enters his fourth season on the Blue Demon sidelines in 2012-13 and his 26th season overall as a head coach at the collegiate level. Ray & Marge Meyer Court – On December 14, 2003, the playing floor at the Allstate Arena was officially dedicated as Ray & Marge Meyer Court. Richardson, Quentin – One of two DePaul players to ever earn conference Player of the Year honors, Richardson was taken with the 18th pick (Los Angeles Clippers) in the 2000 NBA Draft. He was the first Blue Demon to be drafted since 1989 and the highest pick since Terry Cummings went second in 1982. “Q” was named the Conference USA Player and Freshman of the Year in 1998-99. Regionals – DePaul has twice hosted the first and second rounds of the NCAA Midwest Regional in 1987 and 1993 at the Rosemont Horizon. In addition, in 1960, DePaul downed Air Force in a first round NCAA game at Alumni Hall. DePaul hosted the 2005 Chicago Regional at the Allstate Arena. Retired Numbers – Only two numbers in DePaul history have been retired, No. 99 worn by George Mikan and No. 24 worn by Mark Aguirre.


HISTORY & RECORDS QUENTIN RICHARDSON

GEORGE MIKAN Road Trip – DePaul’s longest road trip occurred during the 1929-30 season when the Blue Demons went on a 16-game swing to end the season. Head coach Jim Kelly took his team to the states of Iowa, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona, Texas and New Mexico. DePaul went 11-5 on the trip. Rosemont Horizon – Now known as the Allstate Arena, it has been home to the Blue Demons since 1980, the 18,500 seat arena has been host to the NCAA Men’s First and Second Rounds in 1987 and 1993 and was the venue for the 2005 Chicago Regional. It also hosted the NCAA Women’s Mideast Regional in 1996 and was the site for the 2006 and 2012 Women’s First and Second Rounds. Sullivan Athletics Center – DePaul moved into its Athletics Center in May 2000. This state-of-the-art facility boasts locker rooms, weight training and sports medicine areas along with office space for coaches and administrators. It serves as the practice and ocassionally the game home for the men’s basketball program. It was renamed in honor of former athletics director Gene Sullivan in the summer of 2006. Tokyo – The Blue Demons played two games in Tokyo during the 1983-84 season. This was the first time DePaul played a game outside of the United States. United Center – The home of the Chicago Bulls and Blackhawks has hosted 15 DePaul games since it opened in 1994-95. The last time the Blue Demons played at the United Center was in 2002.

Wainwright, Jerry – DePaul’s 11th head coach, he was named to the position on April 28, 2005, after spending three seasons at Richmond. In 2007, Wainwright took the Blue Demons to the quarterfinals of the NIT. Waldo Fisher-Frank McGrath Award – It is given to the Most Valuable Player of the DePaul-Northwestern game. DePaul’s Will Walker won the award in 2007 after the Blue Demons’ 54-53 victory in Rosemont. Walk-on History – The walk-on at DePaul has become a crowd and media favorite over the past 30 seasons. In the 1992-93 season opener against Chicago State at Alumni Hall, DePaul walk-on history was made when an entire line-up of walk-ons (Sean Brusek, Jon Harris, Tom Madden, Emanuel Smith and Ryan Sullivan) played the final six seconds of the 103-68 Blue Demon victory. Webster, Tracy – Served as interim head coach for the final 16 games of the 2009-10 season following a change in the leadership of the program. Joined the men’s basketball programs as an assistant coach in May 2009. Webster is the only interim head coach in DePaul basketball history. Wendell Smith Award – This award was established in the 1972-73 season to honor the outstanding player in the DePaul-Notre Dame game. It is named after the late Chicago journalist, who at the time of his death was one of the most respected writers and broadcasters in the country as well as the prominent black sports journalist in the nation.

Vitale, Dick – Now known world-wide as a television commentator, ESPN’s Dick Vitale got his broadcasting start at DePaul’s Alumni Hall when he provided the color commentary for the Blue Demons’ contest against Wisconsin on December 5, 1979. DePaul won that game 90-77.

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ALL-AMERICANS DePaul has produced 19 players that have earned first, second or third team All-American honors on 80 ocassions throughout its storied history. George Mikan, Mark Aguirre and Terry Cummings each earned consensus first team All-American honors. Mikan earned the recognition for the 1943-44, 1944-45 and 1945-46 seasons while Aguirre was a two-time consensus All-American in 197980 and 1980-81. Cummings followed Aguirre with first team consensus All-American honors in 1981-82. In addition to Mikan receiving first team consensus honors for the 1943-44 season, Dick Triptow was a consensus second team All-American. DePaul’s most recent first, second or third team All-American is Rod Strickland. Strickland was named a first team All-American by The Sporting News and a third team member by UPI following the 1987-88 season. In addition to the 19 first, second or third team honorees, nine others picked up honorable mention recognition for All-American teams. David Booth (199091), Emmette Bryant (1963-64), Tyrone Corbin (1983-84, 1984-85), Tom Kleinschmidt (1994-95), Jim Lamkin (195455), Kenny Patterson (1984-85), Quentin Richardson (1998-99, 1999-00), Bill Robinzine (1974-75) and Curtis Watkins (1978-79).

THE SPORTING NEWS (1943-46, 49-51, 58-PRESENT) 1944: George Mikan (1st), Dick Triptow (3rd) 1945: George Mikan (1st) 1946: George Mikan (1st) 1980: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1981: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1982: Terry Cummings (1st) 1988: Rod Strickland (1st)

HELMS FOUNDATION (1905-83) 1943: George Mikan (2nd) 1944: George Mikan (1st) 1945: George Mikan (1st) 1946: George Mikan (1st) 1948: Ed Mikan (3rd) 1956: Ron Sobieszczyk (2nd) 1957: Richard Heise (3rd) 1978: Dave Corzine 1979: Mark Aguirre, Gary Garland 1980: Mark Aguirre 1981: Mark Aguirre, Clyde Bradshaw 1982: Terry Cummings

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (1948-PRESENT) 1978: Dave Corzine (2nd) 1980: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1981: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1982: Terry Cummings (1st) 1987: Dallas Comegys (3rd)

CONVERSE YEARBOOK (1932-83) 1944: George Mikan (1st), Dick Triptow (2nd) 1945: George Mikan (1st) 1946: George Mikan (1st) 1953: Ron Feiereisel (3rd) 1956: Ron Sobieszczyk (2nd) 1961: Howie Carl (2nd) 1978: Dave Corzine (2nd) 1979: Mark Aguirre (2nd) 1980: Mark Aguirre (1st), Clyde Bradshaw (2nd) 1981: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1982: Terry Cummings (1st)

ARGOSY MAGAZINE (1945) 1945: George Mikan (1st) DON DUNPHY (1945) 1945: George Mikan (1st) TRUE MAGAZINE (1946-48) 1946: George Mikan (1st) NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BASKETBALL COACHES (1947-48, 54-PRESENT)

1978: Dave Corzine (2nd) 1980: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1981: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1982: Terry Cummings (1st) 1987: Dallas Comegys (2nd)

UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL (1949-96) 1953: Ron Feiereisel (3rd) 1978: Dave Corzine (3rd) 1980: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1981: Mark Aguirre (1st), Clyde Bradshaw (3rd) 1982: Terry Cummings (1st) 1987: Dallas Comegys (3rd) 1988: Rod Strickland (3rd) U.S. BASKETBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION (1957-PRESENT) 1980: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1981: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1982: Terry Cummings (1st) BASKETBALL WEEKLY (1972-78, 81-92, 94-95) 1978: Dave Corzine (3rd) 1981: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1982: Terry Cummings (1st) 1987: Dallas Comegys (2nd)

MADISON SQUARE GARDEN (1937-42) 1937: Ed Campion (1st) 1938: Robert Neu (2nd) 1939: Robert Neu (1st), Stan Szukala (2nd) 1940: Lou Prosser (2nd), Stan Szukala (2nd) 1941: Elmer Gainer (2nd)

JOHN R. WOODEN AWARD (1977-PRESENT) 1978: Dave Corzine (1st) 1980: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1981: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1982: Terry Cummings (1st) 1987: Dallas Comegys (1st)

PIC MAGAZINE (1942-44) 1944: George Mikan (1st), Dick Triptow (2nd)

THE BASKETBALL TIMES (1981-PRESENT) 1981: Mark Aguirre (1st) 1982: Terry Cummings (1st) 1987: Dallas Comegys (3rd)

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ALL-TIME HONORS Naismith Hall of Fame 1959.............................................................................. George Mikan

USA Basketball U18 FIBA Americas Team 2006............................................... Jerry Wainwright, assistant coach

1979................................................................................... Ray Meyer

USA Basketball Men’s Junior World Championship Team 1999.................................................Bobby Simmons, Lance Williams

(charter member, enshrined as college player)

John Bunn Award

The John Bunn Award is named for the first chairman of the Basketball Hall of Fame Committee. The award honors an international or national figure who has contributed greatly to the game of basketball. Outside of basketball, it is the most prestigious award given by the Hall of Fame.

1981................................................................................... Ray Meyer National Player of the Year 1944.................................................................George Mikan (Helms) 1945.................................................................George Mikan (Helms) 1980.................................. Mark Aguirre (UPI, USBWA, AP, Naismith) National Freshman of the Year 1999..................................................... Quentin Richardson (USBWA) National Coach of the Year 1978.................................................................... Ray Meyer (USBWA) 1979....................................................................... Ray Meyer (NABC) 1980.......................................................Ray Meyer (USBWA, AP, UPI) 1984.....................................................................Ray Meyer (AP, UPI) 1987........................................................Joey Meyer (CBS/Chevrolet) District Coach of the Year 1987.......................................................... Joey Meyer (NABC/Kodak) State Coach of the Year 1991....................................................................... Joey Meyer (IBCA) 2004....................................................................... Dave Leitao (IBCA) NIT/Kodak Man of the Year 1980................................................................................... Ray Meyer NIT-NACDA Athletic Award 1984................................................................................... Ray Meyer

USA Basketball Men’s Junior World Championship Qualifying Team 1998......................................... Quentin Richardson, Bobby Simmons POSTSEASON TEAMS NCAA Final Four All-Tournament 1979........................................................ Mark Aguirre, Gary Garland NCAA All-Region 1953 (Mideast).............................................................. Ron Feiereisel 1959 (Mideast)................................................................... Howie Carl 1965 (Midwest)................................................................Errol Palmer 1978 (Midwest)....................................... Dave Corzine, Gary Garland 1979 (West)................................ Gary Garland (MVP), Curtis Watkins NIT All-Star 1944.............................................................................. George Mikan 1945................................................................... George Mikan (MVP) 1983............................................... Tyrone Corbin, Bernard Randolph 1990..........................................................................Stephen Howard POSTSEASON ALL-STAR GAMES Aloha Classic (Honolulu/Tokyo) 1975............................................................................... Bill Robinzine 1978................................................................................Dave Corzine 1979............................................................................... Gary Garland 1981........................................................................... Clyde Bradshaw 1985.................................................. Tyrone Corbin, Kenny Patterson 1987............................................................................Dallas Comegys 1989........................................................................... Terence Greene

NIT Hall of Fame 1981.............................................................................. George Mikan

NABC All-Star Game 1995........................................................................ Tom Kleinschmidt 2004............................................................................... Andre Brown 2005........................................................................... Quemont Greer

Outstanding Player in NIT History George Mikan

Norfolk Classic (Norfolk, Va.) 1989............................................................................ Stanley Brundy

All-Time NIT Team George Mikan

Orlando Classic (Orlando, Fla.) 1988............................................................................. Kevin Edwards

NATIONAL TEAMS U.S. Olympic Team 1980............................................................................... Mark Aguirre

Pizza Hut Classic (Atlanta) 1975.................................................................... Bill Robinzine (MVP) 1978................................................................................Dave Corzine 1981........................................................................... Clyde Bradshaw 1989............................................................................ Stanley Brundy

Olympic Trials 1976....................................................... Ron Norwood, Dave Corzine 1980.................................................... Mark Aguirre, Clyde Bradshaw 1984.............................................................................. Tyrone Corbin 1988.................................................... Kevin Edwards, Rod Strickland World Cup 1977................................................................................Dave Corzine Olympic/Sports Festival 1982.................................................................... Tony Jackson (West) 1983..................................................................Dallas Comegys (East) 1985.................................................................Rod Strickland (North) Pan American Trials 1991.................................................................................David Booth USA Basketball U19 World Championship Team 2007..................................................... Jerry Wainwright, head coach

Portsmouth Invitational (Portsmouth, Va.) 2003.................................................................................. Sam Hoskin 2004.................................................Andrew Brown, Delonte Holland 2005.....................................................Drake Diener, Quemont Greer ACADEMIC HONORS NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship 1992..........................................................................Stephen Howard NACDA I-AAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2005................................................................................Drake Diener NACDA I-AAA Scholar-Athlete Team 2003................................................................................Drake Diener 2004................................................................................Drake Diener 2005................................................................................Drake Diener

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All-Tournament Team 2001............................................ Rashon Burno, Quentin Richardson 2004................................................Quemont Greer, Delonte Holland

CoSIDA Academic All-District 1990..................................................................Stephen Howard (1st) 1991..................................................................Stephen Howard (1st) 1992..................................................................Stephen Howard (1st) 2004....................................................................... Drake Diener (1st) 2005....................................................................... Drake Diener (1st)

Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2004................................................................................Drake Diener 2005................................................................................Drake Diener

CONFERENCE HONORS GREAT MIDWEST CONFERENCE Most Valuable Player 1995........................................................................ Tom Kleinschmidt All-Great Midwest Conference 1992....... David Booth (1st), Stephen Howard (1st), Terry Davis (2nd) 1993................................................................ Tom Kleinschmidt (1st) 1994................................................................ Tom Kleinschmidt (1st) 1995................................................................ Tom Kleinschmidt (1st) All-Newcomer Team 1992........................................................................... Howard Nathan 1993.........................................................................................Kris Hill All-Tournament Team 1992..........................................................................Stephen Howard 1993................................................................................... Terry Davis 1995........................................................................ Tom Kleinschmidt Academic Award of Excellence 1992..........................................................................Stephen Howard Academic Honor Roll 1992..........................................................................Stephen Howard All-Academic Team 1992............. Terry Davis, Jon Harris, Stephen Howard, Tom Madden 1993............................................................. Jon Harris, Tom Madden 1994........................................... Jon Harris, Vince Leigh, Chris Priebe Player of the Week 1991-92..................Stephen Howard (Feb. 23), David Booth (Jan. 20) 1992-93.....................................................Tom Kleinschmidt (Jan. 25) 1993-94.............Tom Kleinschmidt (Jan. 20), Brandon Cole (Dec. 23), Tom Kleinschmidt (Dec. 9) 1994-95.....................................................Tom Kleinschmidt (Jan. 23) CONFERENCE USA Player of the Year 1999.....................................................................Quentin Richardson Freshman of the Year 1999.....................................................................Quentin Richardson All-Conference USA 1996................................Bryant Bowden (3rd), Jermaine Watts (3rd) 1998....................................................................Willie Coleman (3rd) 1999.......................... Quentin Richardson (1st), Lance Williams (3rd) 2000....................... Quentin Richardson (1st), Bobby Simmons (2nd) 2001.................................................................. Bobby Simmons (3rd) 2003......................................................................... Sam Hoskin (3rd) 2004.................................Andre Brown (2nd), Delonte Holland (2nd) 2005................................... Quemont Greer (1st), Drake Diener (3rd) All-Freshman Team 1996........................................................................... Thomas Cooper 1997....................................................................................Doc Taylor 1999............... Quentin Richardson, Bobby Simmons, Lance Williams 2000................................................................................Steve Hunter 2001................................................................................Imari Sawyer 2004...............................................................................Sammy Mejia

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Academic Honor Roll 2003..................................... Drake Diener, Sean Farrell, R.J. Pavlacka 2004............ Stelo Aioanei, Drake Diener, Sean Farrell, Sam Leewood 2005...... Stelo Aioanei, Cliff Clinkscales, Drake Diener, Sam Leewood Player of the Week 1995-96........................................................Bryant Bowden (Dec. 27) 1998-99.........Lance Williams (Feb. 1), Quentin Richardson (Dec. 14), Quentin Richardson (Nov. 30) 1999-00................................................ Quentin Richardson (Dec. 20) 2000-01........................................................... Imari Sawyer (Nov. 27) 2002-03................................. Sam Hoskin (Mar. 9), Joe Tulley (Jan. 8) 2003-04........................Drake Diener (Mar. 7), Andre Brown (Mar. 1), Andre Brown (Feb. 16), Drake Diener (Jan. 19) 2004-05................Sammy Mejia (Jan. 23), Quemont Greer (Dec. 20), Quemont Greer (Dec. 14), Quemont Greer (Dec. 7) BIG EAST CONFERENCE Rookie of the Year 2011......................................................................... Cleveland Melvin All-BIG EAST 2007.............................. Wilson Chandler (2nd), Sammy Mejia (2nd), Draelon Burns (hm) 2008.................................................................... Draelon Burns (2nd) 2012................................................................ Cleveland Melvin (hm) All-Rookie Team 2006.......................................................................... Wilson Chandler 2008............................................................ Mac Koshwal, Dar Tucker 2011...............................................Cleveland Melvin, Brandon Young All-Academic Team 2007............................................................................. Adam Handler 2008............................................................................. Adam Handler 2010............................ Joe Belcaster, Michael Bizoukas, Nate Rogers, Mario Stula 2011................... Michael Bizoukas, Jeremiah Kelly, Edwind McGhee, Mario Stula 2012..................... Joe Belcaster, Montray Clemons, Edwind McGhee 2013............................Cory Dolins, Donnavan Kirk, Edwind McGhee, Peter Ryckbosch Player of the Week 2006-07........................ Sammy Mejia (Dec. 4), Sammy Meija (Jan. 2) 2007-08........................................................... Draelon Burns (Dec. 3) Rookie of the Week 2005-06............. Wilson Chandler (Jan. 7), Wilson Chandler (Feb. 27) 2007-08............................................................... Dar Tucker (Dec. 31) 2010-11............ Brandon Young (Dec. 6), Cleveland Melvin (Dec. 27), Cleveland Melvin (Jan. 3), Cleveland Melvin (Jan. 17), Cleveland Melvin (Feb. 21), Brandon Young (Feb. 28)


HISTORY & RECORDS

COACHING HISTORY Robert L. Stevenson (1923-24) The Blue Demons’ first coach... guided the program to its first victory (a win over Kent College in 1923)... spent only one season on the Blue Demon bench. Harry Adams (1924-25) Spent only one season on the DePaul sidelines... won his first game as DePaul coach (12-9 over Northern Illinois). Eddie Anderson (1925-29) Spent four seasons on the Blue Demon bench... had winning seasons in three of his four years, including an 11-5 slate in 1925-26... opened his DePaul career with five straight victories... also served as DePaul’s football coach (resigned from the basketball job to concentrate on the football program) and would later go on to prominence as the head football coach at Iowa where he coached 1939 Heisman Trophy winner Nile Kinnick. Jim Kelly (1929-36) Came to DePaul from Buena Vista College in Storm Lake, Iowa... served as DePaul’s Director of Athletics for two years prior to taking the reigns of the basketball program... DePaul’s all-time winningest coach by percentage, he spent seven seasons at DePaul... the only coach to guide the Blue Demons to an undefeated season (17-0 in 1933-34)... won 23 straight games and 36 of 37 between 1933-36... helped DePaul to the Olympic Tournament in 1936... left DePaul to become the track and field coach at Minnesota. Tom Haggarty (1936-40) Came to the Blue Demons after spending eight seasons as the head coach at DePaul Academy... a 1927 DePaul graduate... the first coach to lead the Blue Demons to a postseason tournament (the 1940 NIT)... left the head coaching position after being called into active duty in the National Guard. Bill Wendt (1940-42) Became head coach after spending three seasons as an assistant to Tom Haggarty... played three seasons for the Blue Demons and graduated from DePaul in 1937... opened his coaching career with seven straight victories... also opened his second season with five consecutive wins. Ray Meyer (1942-84) Hired on April 17, 1942... came to DePaul after serving as an assistant coach at Notre Dame... member of the Naismith Hall of Fame since 1979... known nationally as “The Coach”... 11th on the all-time coaching victories list and DePaul’s all-time winningest mentor... posted winning records in 37 of his 42 seasons... helped program to 13 NCAA Tournaments and seven NIT appearances... the National Coach of the Year by AP and UPI in both 1980 and 1984... led DePaul to the 1945 NIT Championship and the Final Four in both 1943 and 1979... retired following the 1983-84 season (final game was on March 23, 1984)... the student recreation center on DePaul’s Lincoln Park Campus is named in his honor… on December 14, 2003 the court at the Allstate Arena was named Ray and Marge Meyer Court… Meyer passed away on March 17, 2006.

Joey Meyer (1984-97) Assumed the head job from his father prior to the 198485 season... was the 1987 Chevrolet National Coach of the Year after posting a 27-3 record... DePaul went to the NCAA Tournament seven times during his tenure and advanced to the Sweet 16 twice... also led the Blue Demons to the NIT three times... guided DePaul to the 1992 Great Midwest Conference regular season co-championship… one of 40 players to score over 1,000 points in a career at DePaul and was the captain of the 1971 Blue Demons… named head coach of the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the NBA D-League in June 2009. Pat Kennedy (1997-02) Hired on June 12, 1997... joined the Blue Demons after serving as the head coach at Florida State and Iona... took the program to the NCAA Tournament in 2000... led the squad to the 1999 NIT where it advanced to the second round... also guided the Blue Demons to the program’s first conference tournament championship game appearance (2000 Conference USA). Dave Leitao (2002-05) Hired on April 17, 2002... came to DePaul after serving as the Associate Coach at Connecticut... took DePaul to the second round of the 2004 NCAA Tournament, the first Blue Demon NCAA victory since 1989… guided DePaul to the 2004 Conference USA regular season co-championship and the top-seed in the C-USA Tournament… advanced to the 2004 C-USA Tournament title game… 30 conference wins in his three seasons are the most in any three-year period in school history… led the Blue Demons to the NIT twice, advancing to the second round in 2004… resigned on April 15, 2005 to become the head coach at Virginia... named head coach of the Maine Red Claws of the NBA D-League in July 2011. Jerry Wainwright (2005-10) Hired on April 28, 2005... led the 2006-07 squad to a 20-win season and the quarterfinals of the NIT (the program’s best run in the NIT since 1983)… his second squad beat fifth-ranked Kansas on December 5, 2006… led the program to its first BIG EAST Conference Tournament appearance in 2007… came to DePaul after serving as the head coach at Richmond the previous three seasons… also the head coach at UNC Wilmington… served as an assistant at Wake Forest and Xavier (Ohio)… native of Chicago was a high school coach in the Chicagoland area prior to moving to the collegiate ranks... stepped down from position on Jan. 10, 2010. Tracy Webster (2010) Named interim head coach on Jan. 11, 2010... coached the final 16 games of the 2009-10 season. Oliver Purnell (2010-present) Named the 13th head coach in program history on April 6, 2010... came to DePaul following seven-year stint at Clemson from 2003-10... led Clemson to six straight postseason appearances including three consecutive NCAA appearances from 2007-10.

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ALL-TIME ROSTER A Acciari, Gene............................................... 1973‑74 Adams, Ray.................................................. 1934‑36 Aguirre, Mark.............................................. 1978‑81 Alexandroff, Walter..................................... 1924‑25 Allen, Charles............................................... 1945‑49 Allen, Jeff..................................................... 1981‑83 Allen, John................................................... 1945‑46 Alters, Carroll............................................... 1950‑51 Anderson, Tom............................................ 1961‑62 Anderson..................................................... 1925‑26 Ascher, Johnny............................................. 1929‑31 Austin, Dwayne............................................ 1993-95 Avery, Ayinde............................................... 1997-00 B Bagley, John................................................. 1958‑60 Baker, George.............................................. 1999-01 Ball............................................................... 1924‑25 Barbaric, Tony.............................................. 1945‑46 Baris, Al........................................................ 1973‑75 Barr, Tom..................................................... 1977‑79 Barskis, Pete.....................................1930‑31, 32‑34 Bataska, William.......................................... 1946‑47 Beach, Rich.................................................. 1966‑69 Belcaster, Joe............................................... 2009-12 Bell............................................................... 1938‑39 Benson, William.......................................... 1948‑50 Berkson, Marshall........................................ 1942-43 Berry, Gessel................................................ 1966‑68 Biebel, Tom.................................................. 1962‑64 Birgells, Ed................................................... 1963‑66 Bizoukas, Michael........................................ 2007-11 Black, Harold............................................... 1951‑52 Blum, Frank................................................. 1952‑55 Bocinsky, Jim................................................ 1972‑74 Boesch, Ronald............................................ 1951‑52 Bogdanski.................................................... 1940‑41 Booth, David................................................ 1988‑92 Bordes, John................................................ 1923‑27 Bowden, Bryant........................................... 1992‑96 Bowe............................................................ 1924‑25 Boyd, Greg................................................... 1972‑75 Bradshaw, Clyde.......................................... 1977‑81 Brooks, Marlon............................................ 2001-03 Brown, Andre.............................................. 2000-04 Brown, Sevira.............................................. 1967‑70 Brumfield, Marlon....................................... 2002-06 Brundy, Stanley............................................ 1985‑89 Bruno, David................................................ 1997-01 Bruno, Doug................................................ 1969‑73 Brusek, Sean................................................ 1991‑95 Bryant, Emmette......................................... 1961‑64 Burke........................................................... 1925‑26 Burkholder, Brett......................................... 1980‑82 Burks, Al...................................................... 1970‑73 120 | #dpubb

Burno, Rashon............................................. 1998-02 Burns, Bill.................................................... 1989‑91 Burns, Draelon............................................. 2004-08 Bush, Greg................................................... 1962‑64 Butler, Keith................................................. 2006-07 Butler, Lamar............................................... 1998-00 C Callahan, Harry T......................................... 1924‑25 Callahan, Timothy........................................ 1925‑26 Campion, Ed................................................ 1934‑37 Caplis, Raymond.......................................... 1949‑52 Carl, Howie.................................................. 1958‑61 Carney, Henry.............................................. 1937‑38 Cashin, Brian................................................ 1997-01 Cech, Henry................................................. 1946‑47 Chandler, Wilson......................................... 2005-07 Clahar, Worrel.............................................. 2011-13 Clarke, Karron.............................................. 2005-08 Cleland, Tom................................................ 1935‑37 Clemons, Montray....................................... 2012-13 Clinkscales, Cliff........................................... 2004-08 Cloutier, Tom............................................... 1959‑60 Coan, Clarence............................................ 1929‑32 Coehlo, Greg................................................ 1973‑77 Coglianese, Bill............................................ 1957‑60 Cole, Brandon.............................................. 1991‑95 Coleman, Willie........................................... 1997-99 Collins, Vin................................................... 1938‑41 Comegys, Dallas........................................... 1983‑87 Comerford, Nick.......................................... 1945‑46 Cominsky, James.......................................... 1940‑41 Cook, Dick.................................................... 1960‑63 Cooper, Edward........................................... 1946‑47 Cooper, Thomas........................................... 1995-99 Coorlas, Peter.............................................. 1947‑49 Corbin, Tyrone............................................. 1981‑85 Corzine, Dave............................................... 1974‑78 Cowsen, McKinley....................................... 1957‑60 Craigwell, Noah........................................... 2003-05 Crockett, Jamee...................................2011-present Crowley, Kieran............................................ 1935‑38 Crumble, Ricardo......................................... 1996-97 Culver.......................................................... 1924‑25 Cummings, Terry.......................................... 1979‑82 Cunningham, Deryl...................................... 1989‑90 Cunningham Tom........................................ 1925‑29 Currie, Brian................................................ 1992‑96 Currie, Jabari............................................... 2005-09 Curtin, Ed..................................................... 1953‑56 Czarnecki, John............................................ 1973‑75 D Dalton, Jack................................................. 1944-45 Daughrity, Joe.............................................. 1990‑92 Davis, Terry.................................................. 1989‑93


HISTORY & RECORDS Dea, Joseph................................................. 1925‑28 Dean, Jack.................................................... 1942-43 Deaderick, Sneed......................................... 1999-01 Debes, Bill.................................................... 1960‑63 Demkovich, Joe............................................ 1945‑47 Devine......................................................... 1924‑25 DiBenedetto, Ernest.................................... 1945‑47 Diduch, Walter............................................. 1933‑36 Diener, Drake............................................... 2001-05 Dillard, Skip.................................................. 1979‑82 Dise, Bill....................................................... 1976‑78 Doles, Bob................................................... 1957‑58 Dolins, Cory.........................................2012-present Donohue, Michael....................................... 1951‑55 Doody, Jim................................................... 1931‑33 Dorsey, Elgin................................................ 1959‑62 Downing, Pat............................................... 1927‑28 Downing, Walter......................................... 1981‑83 Dreas, Ronald.............................................. 1951‑54 Drew, Jimmy................................................ 2009-11 Dyker, Eugene.............................................. 1950‑52 E Edwards, Kevin............................................ 1986‑88 Embry, Marty............................................... 1982‑86 English, John................................................ 1971‑72 Exilus, Chris................................................. 2002-04 F Faber, Krys................................................... 2008-12 Farrell, Sean................................................. 2001-03 Federinko, Andrew...........................1947‑48, 49‑50 Fefles, George.............................................. 1950‑51 Feiereisel, Dick............................................. 1957‑59 Feiereisel, Ron............................................. 1950‑53 Feiereisel, Scott........................................... 1977‑80 Fischer......................................................... 1924‑25 Fitzgerald, Jerry........................................... 1995-99 Flaiz, Dick..................................................... 1959‑61 Flanagan, Terry............................................ 1963‑66 Flemming, Jim............................................. 1958‑61 Flood, Andrew............................................. 1924‑25 Forges, Kenny.............................................. 1996-97 Foster, Melvon............................................. 1988‑91 Frain, James................................................. 1966‑67 Frederick, John............................................ 1945‑46 Frederick, Harold......................................... 1945‑48 Freeland, Tony............................................. 2009-11 Freund, Dennis.................................1959‑60, 61‑64 Furman, Ted................................................. 1945‑46 G Gainer, Elmer............................................... 1938‑41 Gaines, Demarcus........................................ 1995-98 Galloway, Jermaine...................................... 1992‑93 Gannon, Joseph........................................... 1925‑26 Garland, Gary.............................................. 1975‑79 Gay, Juan..................................................... 1995-96

Gelatt, Charles............................................. 1995-97 Getz............................................................. 1938‑39 Gibbons....................................................... 1926‑27 Gillespie, Gordon......................................... 1947‑49 Gillespie, Mike............................................. 1971‑74 Gilliam, Paul................................................. 1968‑71 Gilmore, Dave.............................................. 1966‑67 Gladstone, Drew.......................................... 2005-06 Glover, Innis................................................. 1996-98 Goedert, George.......................................... 1938‑39 Golden, Kevin.............................................. 1984‑88 Goode, Ed.................................................... 1968‑71 Gorsky, Jim................................................... 1932‑34 Govedarica, Bato......................................... 1948‑51 Green, Ira..................................................... 1963‑65 Green, Wesley............................................. 2004-08 Greene, Terence.......................................... 1985‑89 Greer, Quemont.......................................... 2001-05 Greicius, Edmund........................................ 1948‑49 Griggs, Robert.............................................. 1953‑54 Grubbs, Teddy............................................. 1979‑82 Gulan, Tom.................................................. 1958‑60 Gulley, Don.................................................. 1964‑65 Guran, Kenneth........................................... 1956‑57 H Haggerty, James.......................................... 1925‑26 Hahn, Eng.................................................... 1929‑31 Hahn, Nicholas............................................ 1955‑57 Haig, Bill....................................................... 1958‑61 Hajduch, Paul............................................... 1949‑50 Hamacek, Adolph........................................ 1946‑47 Hamby, James.............................................. 1986‑90 Handler, Adam............................................. 2006-08 Hannon........................................................ 1925‑28 Harris, Jon.................................................... 1991‑95 Hartfield, Kerry............................................ 1998-00 Hauser, Edward............................................ 1949‑50 Hayes........................................................... 1933‑34 Heard, Marcus............................................. 2003-07 Heflin, Larry................................................. 1973‑75 Heise, Dick................................................... 1954‑57 Henderson, Chris......................................... 1987‑88 Henry, Charles............................................. 1955‑58 Heppner, Bill................................................ 1987‑91 Hicks, Matt.................................................. 1973‑74 Hill, Devin.................................................... 2008-11 Hill, Kris........................................................ 1992‑94 Hirtzig, Nick................................................. 1970‑73 Hoban, Joe................................................... 1923‑25 Holland, Delonte......................................... 2002-04 Holland, Kevin............................................. 1986‑91 Holmes, Kevin.............................................. 1982‑86 Holt, Barry................................................... 1958‑60 Homyak, Nick............................................... 2002-03 Hook, Randy................................................ 1974‑78 Hoover, Stanley........................................... 1949‑52 Hoskin, Sam................................................. 2001-03 #dpubb | 121


2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL Howard, Stephen......................................... 1988‑92 Howlett, Pat................................................. 1935‑38 Howlett, R.................................................... 1935‑36 Huddy.......................................................... 1926‑27 Hughes, Charles........................................... 1971‑72 Hunter, Steven............................................. 1999-01 Hunter, Tom................................................. 1967‑70 I Incardone, John........................................... 1959‑60 Immel, Bob.................................................. 1937‑38 J Jackson, Curtis............................................. 1987‑90 Jackson, Tony............................................... 1982‑86 Jaksy, Kenneth............................................. 1953‑56 Jezierski....................................................... 1940‑41 Johnson, Russell.......................................... 1950‑53 Johnson, Bill................................................ 1929‑33 Johnston, Ken.............................................. 1965‑68 Jones, Buck.................................................. 1969‑71 Jones, Willie................................................. 1971‑72 K Kachan, Edwin..................................1943‑45, 46‑48 Kammes, Ronnie.......................................... 1995-97 Kampa, Robert............................................. 1948‑51 Kassner, Ed................................................... 1947‑48 Katuzny, Walt............................................... 1960‑63 Kelly, Jeremiah............................................. 2008-12 Kelly, Patrick.....................................1951‑53, 54‑55 Kelly, Tony.................................................... 1942‑43 Kennedy....................................................... 1925‑26 Kieres, Dan.................................................. 1950‑53 King.............................................................. 1930‑31 Kilbourg....................................................... 1938‑39 Kilmartin, Tom............................................. 1966‑69 Kirk, Donnavan............................................ 2011-13 Kirsch, Tom.................................................. 1969‑72 Kirschten, Ernest.......................................... 1924‑25 Kleinschmidt, Tom....................................... 1991‑95 Knez, Freddie............................................... 1935‑37 Koecheler, Charles....................................... 1948‑50 Korzenewski................................................. 1924‑25 Koshwal, Mac.............................................. 2007-10 Kowalski, Joe............................................... 1938‑41 Krall, George................................................ 1935‑36 Kramer, William........................................... 1948‑49 L Labacz.......................................................... 1940‑41 Lacy, Janes................................................... 1923‑25 Laffey, Dan................................................... 1960‑63 Lahey, John.................................................. 1948‑51 Lakin, Ron.................................................... 1956‑58 Lamkin, Jim.................................................. 1951‑55 Lampley, Lemone........................................ 1982‑86 Lang, Warren............................................... 1958‑59 122 | #dpubb

LaRochelle, George...................................... 1947‑48 Lattner, Jack................................................. 1983‑84 Lauritis, Tony............................................... 1930‑32 Laux, Andy................................................... 1984‑88 Lawler, John......................................1969‑70, 71‑72 Lecos, Daniel............................................... 1951‑54 Leddy, George.............................................. 1947‑49 Leigh, Vince................................................. 1993-95 Li, Larry........................................................ 1994-97 Lind, Cliff...................................................... 1938‑41 Linskey, Bud................................................. 1932‑34 Linskey, Frank.............................................. 1934‑35 London, Marlon........................................... 2001-03 Lowery, Jim.................................................. 1938‑40 Luksta, Robert.............................................. 1948‑51 Lydecker, Ken............................................... 1970‑71 Lyons, Ed...................................................... 1931‑32 M Macon, Will................................................. 1993-95 Madden, Tom.............................................. 1991‑93 Maddox, Vernon.......................................... 1955‑56 Madey, William............................................ 1978‑79 Malone, Marcus.......................................... 2004-05 Manella, Sam............................................... 1978‑81 Marino, James............................................. 1971‑74 Martin, Jim.................................................. 1970‑72 Mattingly, Bob............................................. 1964‑68 Mattingly, Paul............................................. 1963‑65 Matz, David................................................. 1950‑51 McBride, Mike............................................. 1958‑59 McCoy, Ray.................................................. 1981‑84 McDonald, Durrell...............................2012-present McEnroe...................................................... 1924‑25 McGhee, Edwind.................................2010-present McGovern, Emmett..................................... 1975‑77 McGraw, Bernie........................................... 1958‑59 McGuire, Dennis.......................................... 1977‑81 McInerney, Joe............................................ 1924‑27 McKenna, Gerry.......................................... 1923‑24 McKenna, Pat.............................................. 1960‑61 McKinney, Charles...............................2011-present McLorraine.................................................. 1940‑41 McMillan, Jerry............................................ 1980‑84 McNabola, William...................................... 1945-46 McPherson, Paul.......................................... 1999-00 Meier, Jerry.................................................. 1959‑62 Meier, Tom................................................... 1956‑57 Mejia, Sammy.............................................. 2003-07 Melvin, Cleveland................................2010-present Merley......................................................... 1926‑28 Meyer, Bob.................................................. 1972‑74 Meyer, Joey................................................. 1968‑71 Meyer, Tom.................................................. 1963‑65 Mikan, Ed..................................................... 1945‑48 Mikan, George............................................. 1942‑46 Mills, Dave................................................... 1963‑66 Mitchem, James.......................................... 1978‑80


HISTORY & RECORDS Monockton, Daniel...........................1951‑52, 54‑56 Moore, Dennis............................................. 1978‑81 Morgan, Moses........................................... 2010-13 Moses, Thijin............................................... 2006-07 Mowen, James............................................ 1946‑47 Mraz, Steve.................................................. 1968‑71 Mroz, Ted..................................................... 1946‑49 Mudd........................................................... 1936‑37 Mullee, Greg................................................ 1982‑83 Mundt, Heine.............................................. 1938‑39 Murphy........................................................ 1938‑39 Murphy, Chuck............................................ 1988‑91 Murphy, Jim................................................. 1962‑65 Murphy, John............................................... 1923‑24 Murray, Malik.............................................. 1992‑96 Muscato, Pete.............................................. 1938‑39 N Nash, Jesse.................................................. 1961‑65 Nathan, Howard.......................................... 1991‑92 Naughton, Clem........................................... 1936-39 Naughton, Hugh.......................................... 1955‑58 Naughton, John........................................... 1966‑67 Neu, Robert................................................. 1936‑39 Newsom, John............................................. 1990‑92 Nichols, Jamal.............................................. 2004-05 Niemann, Brad............................................. 1987‑92 Niemiera, Tom..................................1945‑46, 47‑48 Nikitas, Chris................................................ 1978‑80 Nomellini, Lawrence.................................... 1953‑56 Norton, Martin............................................ 1923‑24 Norwood, Ron............................................. 1974‑77 Norris, Mike................................................. 1964‑67 Norville, James............................................ 1949‑50 Norwood, Ron............................................. 1973‑77 O Obi, Kene..................................................... 2008-10 O’Connor, Bud............................................. 1929‑31 O’Connor, Jim.............................................. 1929‑30 O’Connor, Joe.............................................. 1929‑32 Oden, Jon.................................................... 2000-02 Odishoo, Dan............................................... 1963‑65 Olson, George...................................1945‑46, 48‑50 O’Rourke, Carter.......................................... 1938‑41 Ortolano, Pete............................................. 1964‑67 O’Shaughnessey, James............................... 1986‑87 P Palmer, Errol................................................ 1964‑67 Pancratz, Andy............................................. 1972‑76 Panicko, Edward.......................................... 1955‑56 Papesh, Alfred............................................. 1950‑53 Parks, Belefia............................................... 1993-94 Paskiewicz................................................... 1924‑25 Patterson, Kenny......................................... 1981‑85 Patton, Peter................................................ 1992‑96 Patzold, Fred................................................ 1932‑34

Pavilonis, Clem............................................ 1948‑51 Pavlacka, R.J................................................ 2002-03 Payne, Jeff................................................... 1972‑74 Pecorarro, Samuel....................................... 1923‑25 Peoples, Roman........................................... 1998-99 Perlowski, Michael...................................... 1951‑55 Pettus, Randy............................................... 1984‑85 Phelan.......................................................... 1926‑28 Phelan, John.....................................1945‑46, 47‑49 Phillips, Devon............................................. 1997-98 Phillips, Willie.............................................. 1934‑37 Pierce, Dan.................................................. 1967‑68 Pirri, Stuart.................................................. 2012-13 Pligge, Hans................................................. 1971‑72 Pomplun, Paul............................................. 1967‑70 Ponsetto, Joe............................................... 1974‑78 Poscic, Matija.............................................. 2007-09 Possner, Lou................................................. 1938‑40 Poulos, George............................................ 1965‑68 Powers, Manning......................................... 1928‑31 Price, Curtis................................................. 1988‑93 Price, Jodan................................................. 2012-13 Proko, Robert............................................... 1945‑46 Pryor, Leroy................................................. 1945‑46 Q Quinlan........................................................ 1925‑26 R Rader, Mischa.............................................. 1953‑54 Ramsey, Randy............................................ 1974‑78 Ramsey Jr., Randy........................................ 1999-03 Randolph, Bernard...................................... 1979‑83 Ravizee, Michael.......................................... 1990‑94 Redfield, Harry............................................ 1932‑34 Reilly, George............................................... 1925‑29 Reindl, Frank................................................ 1937‑38 Reising, Don................................................. 1970‑71 Reuss, Frank................................................ 1936‑39 Reuter, Joe................................................... 1960‑63 Richardson, Quentin.................................... 1998-00 Robertson Jr., Derrell................................... 2011-13 Robinson, Kenneth...................................... 1950‑51 Robinzine, Bill.............................................. 1953‑56 Robinzine Jr., Bill.......................................... 1972‑75 Rodinella, Mike............................................ 1928‑32 Rogers, Nate................................................ 2009-10 Rohan, Patrick............................................. 1945‑46 Rose, Charlie................................................ 1934‑35 Rose, Donald............................................... 1951‑54 Rosen, Sherman.......................................... 1954‑57 Ruddy, Paul.................................................. 1957‑60 Rudnik, Gene............................................... 1938‑41 Ryan, Bill...................................................... 1942-43 Ryckbosch, Peter.................................2012-present

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL S Sachs, Ed...................................................... 1939‑41 Salzinski, Mike............................................. 1957‑60 Sand, Bob.................................................... 1932‑33 Satterwhite, David....................................... 1995-97 Sawyer, Imari............................................... 2000-02 Sauceda, Art................................................ 1960‑61 Schaefer, Jerry............................................. 1970‑71 Schafer, Dennis............................................ 1958‑59 Schissel........................................................ 1924‑25 Schmidt, Bill................................................. 1928‑29 Schyman, Bill............................................... 1950‑53 Scimeca, Tom............................................... 1937‑38 Seals, LeVar.................................................. 2001-05 Sedowski, John............................................ 1957‑58 Sexton, John................................................ 1931‑32 Shannon, Roger........................................... 1971‑73 Shandling..................................................... 1938‑39 Shealey, Rich................................................ 1965‑68 Shields, Harry.............................................. 1969‑73 Siggins, Ryan................................................ 2009-10 Simmons, Bobby.......................................... 1998-01 Singer, Marcus............................................. 1993-97 Skrodzki, James........................................... 1939-42 Skrodzki, Ted................................................ 1937‑41 Skul, Bernard............................................... 1951‑55 Slattery, William.......................................... 1950‑51 Sloger, Rick.................................................. 1973‑75 Slovic, Paul................................................... 1956-57 Smith, Emanuel........................................... 1992‑93 Smith, Tyler.................................................. 2003-04 Sobieszczyk, Ron.......................................... 1953‑56 Sowell, Charles............................................ 1986‑90 Stanton, Roger............................................. 1946‑47 Starzyk, Richard........................................... 1945‑46 Steinecke, William....................................... 1926‑27 Stern, Jeff..................................................... 1990‑92 Stevens, Art................................................. 1947‑48 Stevenson, Frank......................................... 1971‑72 Stovall, Mike................................................ 2009-11 Strickland, Rod............................................ 1985‑88 Stotts, Bill.................................................... 1929‑30 Stout, Ken.................................................... 1984‑86 Stula, Mario................................................. 2008-11 Stump, Gene................................................ 1945‑47 Sukley, Roman............................................. 1972‑75 Sullivan, Ryan.............................................. 1992‑93 Swanson, Don.............................................. 1963‑66 Swedburg, Collum....................................... 1923‑24 Swedburg, Leonard..................................... 1923‑24 Szulescki, Roman......................................... 1937‑38 Szukala, Stan................................................ 1937‑39 Szydlo, Ray................................................... 1957‑59 T Tabor, Chester.............................................. 1955‑58 Taylor, Doc................................................... 1996-98 Thompson, Lorenzo..................................... 2003-07 124 | #dpubb

Thompson, M.C........................................... 1960‑63 Tillman, Gene.............................................. 1949‑50 Tollstam, Chester......................................... 1937‑41 Torphy, Robert............................................. 1948‑50 Tracy, Tom.................................................... 1967‑70 Tracey, Tony................................................. 1934‑37 Triptow, Dick................................................ 1940-44 Tucker, Dar................................................... 2007-09 Tulley, Joe.................................................... 1999-03 Tune, Jason.................................................. 1986‑88 Tyler, B.J....................................................... 1989‑90 V Varnes, Blair................................................ 1925‑26 Vukovich, Sam............................................. 1946‑50 W Walker, Will................................................. 2006-10 Wallace, Charles.......................................... 1927‑73 Wallace, Eric................................................ 2009-10 Warzynski, Ken............................................ 1967‑70 Watkins, Curtis............................................ 1975‑79 Watts, Jermaine........................................... 1994-98 Weaver........................................................ 1940‑41 Webb, Marsh............................................... 1939‑41 Wecksler, Bernie.......................................... 1938-41 West, Lawrence........................................... 1983‑85 Wendt, William............................................ 1934‑37 Weston, Ellsworth....................................... 1931‑33 Wexler, Bernie............................................. 1938‑41 Whalen, John............................................... 1951‑52 White........................................................... 1924‑25 White, Dave................................................. 1961‑64 Williams, Lance............................................ 1998-02 Wilson, Bob................................................. 1970‑71 Wiscons, Frank............................................ 1940‑41 Wiseman, James.......................................... 1951‑52 Witkowski, Richard...................................... 1965‑68 Wojtyla, Henry..................................1947‑48, 49‑50 Wolf, Robert................................................ 1951‑53 Woods, Marvin............................................ 1984‑86 Woods, Rashad............................................ 2005-06 Wozny, Bob.................................................. 1939‑41 Wydra, Gary................................................. 1975‑78 Wylder, Earl................................................. 1950‑53 Y Yost, Nick..................................................... 1934‑37 Young, Brandon...................................2010-present Z Zagozdon, Chuck.......................................... 1968‑70 Zaleske, Robert............................................ 1951‑52 Zelesinski, Al................................................ 1937‑38 Zetzsche, Al.................................................. 1966‑69 Zimmerman, Sherman................................. 1947‑48 Zoretich, Bob............................................... 1965‑68 Zvinakis, Al................................................... 1959‑62


HISTORY & RECORDS

ALL-TIME JERSEY NUMBERS 00 Will Macon.................................................. 1993-95 0 Rashad Woods............................................. 2005-06 Michael Bizoukas......................................... 2007-11 Worrel Clahar.............................................. 2011-13 1 Marlon London............................................ 2002-03 Tyler Smith.................................................. 2003-04 Marcus Malone........................................... 2004-05 Jabari Currie................................................ 2005-09 Mike Stovall................................................. 2009-11 2 Marlon Brooks............................................. 2001-03 Draelon Burns.............................................. 2004-05 Dar Tucker................................................... 2007-09 Edwind McGhee.......................................... 2011-13 3 John Frederick............................................. 1945-46 Lawrence West............................................ 1983-85 Brian Currie................................................. 1992-96 Quentin Richardson..................................... 1998-00 LeVar Seals................................................... 2001-05 Draelon Burns.............................................. 2005-08 Devin Hill..................................................... 2008-11 Jodan Price.................................................. 2012-13 4 Gene Tillman............................................... 1949-50 William Schyman......................................... 1950-53 Bill Haig........................................................ 1958-61 Emmette Bryant.......................................... 1961-64 Mike Norris.................................................. 1964-67 Tom Kilmartin.............................................. 1966-69 Doug Bruno................................................. 1969-70 Nick Hirtzig.................................................. 1970-73 Greg Coehlo................................................. 1973-77 Brandon Cole............................................... 1992-95 Juan Gay...................................................... 1995-96 Ricardo Crumble.......................................... 1996-97 Roman Peoples............................................ 1998-99 Andre Brown............................................... 2000-04 Wesley Green.............................................. 2004-08 5 Dan Odishoo................................................ 1963-65 Bryant Bowden............................................ 1992-96 Kenny Forges............................................... 1996-97 Delonte Holland.......................................... 2002-04 Karron Clarke............................................... 2005-08 Nate Rogers................................................. 2009-10 Joe Belcaster................................................ 2010-12

7 Paul Hajduch................................................ 1949-50 Earl Wylder.................................................. 1950-53 8 George Olson....................................1945-46, 48-50 9 Robert Proko............................................... 1945-46 10 Patrick Rohan.............................................. 1945-46 Eugene Dyker.............................................. 1950-52 Bernard Skul................................................ 1951-55 Chester Tabor.............................................. 1955-58 Howie Carl................................................... 1958-61 Dennis Freund............................................. 1961-64 Pete Ortolano.............................................. 1964-67 Tom Tracy.................................................... 1967-70 Jerry Schaefer.............................................. 1970-71 Mike Gillespie.............................................. 1971-74 Larry Heflin.................................................. 1974-75 Gary Garland............................................... 1975-76 Randy Ramsey............................................. 1975-78 Kenny Patterson.......................................... 1981-85 Rod Strickland............................................. 1985-88 Gilbert Miller............................................... 1988-89 B.J. Tyler...................................................... 1989-90 Dwayne Austin............................................. 1993-95 Brian Cashin................................................. 1997-01 Randy Ramsey Jr.......................................... 2002-03 Mario Stula.................................................. 2008-11 Derrell Robertson Jr..................................... 2011-13 11 Andrew Federinko....................................... 1947-48 John Lahey................................................... 1948-51 James Lamkin.............................................. 1951-55 Sherman Rosen........................................... 1954-57 Ray Szydlo.................................................... 1957-59 Elgin Dorsey................................................. 1959-62 Larry Heflin.................................................. 1973-74 Ron Norwood.............................................. 1973-77 James Mitchem........................................... 1978-80 Raymond McCoy......................................... 1981-84 Randy Pettus................................................ 1984-85 Joe Daughrity............................................... 1990-92 Jermaine Watts............................................ 1994-98 Rashon Burno.............................................. 1998-02 R.J. Pavlacka................................................ 2002-03 Sammy Mejia............................................... 2003-07 Jeremiah Kelly............................................. 2008-12

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL 12 Harold Frederick.......................................... 1945-48 William Benson........................................... 1948-50 James Norville............................................. 1949-50 Alfred Papesh.............................................. 1950-53 Ronald Dreas............................................... 1951-54 Joe Reuter.................................................... 1960-63 Tom Meyer.................................................. 1963-65 George Poulos............................................. 1965-68 Joe Meyer.................................................... 1968-71 John Lawler................................................. 1969-70 Al Burks....................................................... 1970-73 Bob Meyer................................................... 1972-74 Randy Hook................................................. 1974-78 Chuck Murphy............................................. 1988-91 Belefia Parks................................................ 1993-94 Thomas Cooper........................................... 1995-99 Joe Tulley..................................................... 1999-03 Cliff Clinkscales............................................ 2004-08 Joe Belcaster................................................ 2009-10 Cleveland Melvin......................................... 2010-13 13 William Schyman......................................... 1950-53 Dan Monckton............................................. 1954-56 Kenneth Guran............................................ 1956-57 Dennis Moore.............................................. 1978-81 Walter Downing.......................................... 1981-83 Terence Greene........................................... 1985-89 Brandon Cole............................................... 1991-92 Chris Exilus.................................................. 2002-04 Drew Gladstone........................................... 2005-06 Mac Koshwal............................................... 2007-10 Cory Dolins.................................................. 2012-13 14 William Slattery........................................... 1950-51 Daniel Lecos................................................ 1951-54 Richard Heise............................................... 1954-57 Bill Coglianese............................................. 1957-60 Jerry Meier.................................................. 1959-62 Jim Murphy.................................................. 1962-65 Mike Norris.................................................. 1964-67 Ken Lydecker................................................ 1970-71 John Lawler................................................. 1971-72 Jim Bocinsky................................................ 1972-74 Emmett McGovern...................................... 1975-77 Scott Feiereisel............................................ 1977-80 Jerry McMillan............................................. 1980-84 Andy Laux.................................................... 1984-88 Charles Gelatt.............................................. 1995-97 Lamar Butler................................................ 1998-00 15 Dick Feiereisel.............................................. 1957-59 Al Zvinakis.................................................... 1959-62 Clyde Bradshaw........................................... 1977-79 Jeff Allen...................................................... 1981-83 126 | #dpubb

Kevin Holland.............................................. 1986-91 Jon Harris..................................................... 1991-95 Ayinde Avery............................................... 1997-00 Imari Sawyer................................................ 2000-02 Jamal Nichols............................................... 2004-05 Thijin Moses................................................ 2006-07 Moses Morgan............................................ 2010-13 17 McKinley Cowsen........................................ 1957-60 20 Russell Johnson........................................... 1950-53 Kenneth Jaksy.............................................. 1953-56 Hugh Naughton........................................... 1955-58 Warren Lang................................................ 1958-59 Tom Cloutier................................................ 1959-60 Dan Laffey.................................................... 1960-63 Terry Flanagan............................................. 1963-66 Rich Beach................................................... 1966-69 Buck Jones................................................... 1969-71 John English................................................. 1971-72 Gene Acciari................................................ 1973-74 Randy Ramsey............................................. 1974-75 Tony Jackson................................................ 1982-86 Kevin Edwards............................................. 1986-88 Melvon Foster............................................. 1988-91 Ronnie Kammes........................................... 1996-97 Jerry Fitzgerald............................................ 1997-99 Adam Handler............................................. 2006-08 Brandon Young............................................ 2010-13 21 John Allen.................................................... 1945-46 Art Stevens.................................................. 1947-48 Clemence Pavilonis...................................... 1948-51 Ron Feiereisel.............................................. 1950-53 Ron Sobieszczyk........................................... 1953-56 Chester Tabor.............................................. 1955-58 Dennis Schafer............................................. 1958-59 Dennis Freund............................................. 1959-60 James Frain.................................................. 1966-67 Sevira Brown............................................... 1967-70 Harry Shields............................................... 1969-73 Dennis McGuire........................................... 1977-81 Stephen Howard.......................................... 1988-92 Marcus Singer.............................................. 1993-97 Sam Hoskin.................................................. 2001-02 Marcus Heard.............................................. 2003-07 Jamee Crockett............................................ 2011-13 22 Adolph Hamacek......................................... 1946-47 Ted Mroz...................................................... 1946-49 Robert Luksta.............................................. 1948-51 Patrick Kelly......................................1951-53, 54-55 Tom Meier................................................... 1956-57 Bernie McGraw............................................ 1958-59


HISTORY & RECORDS Jerry Meier.................................................. 1959-62 Walt Katuzny............................................... 1960-63 Ira Green...................................................... 1963-65 Rich Witkowski............................................ 1965-68 Ed Goode..................................................... 1968-71 Willie Jones.................................................. 1971-72 Greg Boyd.................................................... 1972-75 Chris Nikitas................................................. 1978-80 Bernard Randolph....................................... 1979-83 Brad Niemann.............................................. 1987-92 David Bruno................................................. 1997-01 Nick Homyak................................................ 2002-03 Noah Craigwell............................................ 2003-05 Wilson Chandler.......................................... 2005-07 Tony Freeland.............................................. 2009-11 23 Ted Furman.................................................. 1945-46 Roger Stanton.............................................. 1946-47 Raymond Caplis........................................... 1949-52 Bill Robinzine............................................... 1953-56 Bob Doles.................................................... 1957-58 Tom Gulan................................................... 1958-60 Clyde Bradshaw........................................... 1979-81 Tyrone Corbin.............................................. 1981-85 Stanley Brundy............................................ 1985-89 Curtis Price.................................................. 1989-93 Devon Phillips.............................................. 1997-98 Paul McPherson........................................... 1999-00 Marlon London............................................ 2001-02 Jimmy Drew................................................. 2009-11 Donnavan Kirk............................................. 2011-13 24 (retired) Harold Frederick.......................................... 1945-48 Tom Niemiera.............................................. 1947-48 Robert Kampa.............................................. 1948-51 Alfred Papesh.............................................. 1950-53 Edward Panicko........................................... 1955-56 Dick Flaiz...................................................... 1959-61 Jesse Nash................................................... 1961-65 Dan Pierce................................................... 1967-68 Chuck Zagozdon........................................... 1968-70 Doug Bruno................................................. 1970-73 Gary Garland............................................... 1975-79 Mark Aguirre.................................1979-81 (retired) 25 Tom Niemiera.............................................. 1945-46 Chris Henderson.......................................... 1987-88 Terry Davis................................................... 1989-93 Doc Taylor.................................................... 1996-98 Kerry Hartfield............................................. 1998-00 Sam Hoskin.................................................. 2002-03 Eric Wallace................................................. 2009-10 Durrell McDonald........................................ 2012-13

27 Edwin Kachan....................................1943-45,46-48 Leroy Pryor.................................................. 1945-46 Ted Mroz...................................................... 1946-49 Dan Kieres................................................... 1950-53 28 Tony Barbaric............................................... 1945-46 Henry Wojtyla.............................................. 1947-48 30 Joseph Demkovich....................................... 1945-47 Peter Coorlas............................................... 1947-49 Stanley Hoover............................................ 1949-52 Robert Wolf................................................. 1951-53 Larry Nomellini............................................ 1953-56 Barry Holt.................................................... 1958-60 M.C. Thompson........................................... 1960-63 Ed Birgells.................................................... 1963-66 Al Zetzsche................................................... 1966-69 Joe Meyer.................................................... 1968-71 Hans Pligge.................................................. 1971-72 Bob Meyer................................................... 1972-74 Al Baris......................................................... 1973-75 Curtis Watkins............................................. 1975-79 Chris Nikitas................................................. 1978-80 David Booth................................................. 1988-92 Malik Murray............................................... 1992-93 Sneed Deaderick.......................................... 1999-01 Will Walker.................................................. 2006-10 Peter Ryckbosch.......................................... 2012-13 31 Ernie DiBenedetto....................................... 1945-47 Sherman Zimmerman.................................. 1947-48 George Olson.....................................1945-46,48-50 George Fefles............................................... 1950-51 Stanley Hoover............................................ 1949-52 Art Sauceda................................................. 1960-61 Demarcus Gaines......................................... 1995-98 Jon Oden..................................................... 2000-02 Matija Poscic............................................... 2007-09 32 Edward Mikan.............................................. 1945-48 Robert Torphy.............................................. 1948-50 Eugene Dyker.............................................. 1950-52 Dick Cook..................................................... 1960-63 Don Swanson............................................... 1963-66 Bob Mattingly.............................................. 1964-68 Paul Gilliam.................................................. 1968-71 Roger Shannon............................................ 1971-73 John Czarnecki............................................. 1973-75 Bill Dise........................................................ 1976-78 Mark Aguirre............................................... 1978-79 Terry Cummings........................................... 1979-82 Lemone Lampley......................................... 1982-86 #dpubb | 127


2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL Curtis Price.................................................. 1988-89 Deryl Cunningham....................................... 1989-90 Howard Nathan........................................... 1991-92 David Satterwhite........................................ 1995-97 Bobby Simmons........................................... 1998-01 Lorenzo Thompson...................................... 2003-07 Charles McKinney........................................ 2011-13 33 Ronald Boesch............................................. 1951-52 Frank Blum.................................................. 1952-55 Hugh Naughton........................................... 1955-58 Ron Lakin..................................................... 1956-58 Bill Haig........................................................ 1958-61 Andy Pancratz.............................................. 1972-76 Brett Burkholder.......................................... 1980-82 Lawrence West............................................ 1983-85 Marvin Woods............................................. 1984-86 Bill Heppner................................................. 1987-91 Jermaine Galloway...................................... 1992-93 Malik Murray............................................... 1993-96 Abdou Sylla.................................................. 1996-97 George Baker............................................... 1999-01 Drake Diener................................................ 2001-05 Krys Faber.................................................... 2008-12

37 Henry Cech.................................................. 1946-47 George Leddy.............................................. 1947-49 James Norville............................................. 1949-50 Carroll Alters................................................ 1950-51 40 Tom Cloutier................................................ 1959-60 Dave White.................................................. 1961-64 Don Gulley................................................... 1964-65 Errol Palmer................................................. 1964-67 Ken Warzynski............................................. 1967-70 Charles Wallace........................................... 1972-75 Dave Corzine................................................ 1974-78 41 Bato Govedarica.......................................... 1948-51 Daniel Kieres................................................ 1950-53 Edward Curtin.............................................. 1953-56 Mike Salzinski.............................................. 1957-60 Elgin Dorsey................................................. 1959-62 Greg Bush.................................................... 1962-64 Errol Palmer................................................. 1964-67 Tom Kirsch................................................... 1969-72 Matt Hicks................................................... 1973-74

34 Richard Starzyk............................................ 1945-46 Donald Rose................................................ 1951-54 Chuck Henry................................................ 1955-58 Mike McBride.............................................. 1958-59 John Incardone............................................ 1959-60 Jesse Nash................................................... 1961-65 Dave Gilmore............................................... 1966-67 Tom Hunter.................................................. 1967-70 Bob Wilson.................................................. 1970-71 Jim Marino................................................... 1970-72 Teddy Grubbs.............................................. 1979-82 Kevin Holmes............................................... 1982-86 Charles Sowell............................................. 1986-90 Tom Kleinschmidt........................................ 1991-95 Willie Coleman............................................ 1997-99 Randy Ramsey Jr.......................................... 1999-01 Ryan Siggins................................................. 2009-10 Stuart Pirri................................................... 2012-13

42 Al Zvinakis.................................................... 1959-60 Tom Biebel................................................... 1962-64 Bob Mattingly.............................................. 1964-68 Rich Shealey................................................ 1965-68 Harry Shields............................................... 1969-73 Charles Hughes............................................ 1971-72 Jeff Stern...................................................... 1990-92 Kris Hill......................................................... 1992-94 Sean Farrell.................................................. 2001-04

35 Pat McKenna............................................... 1923-24 Edmund Greicius......................................... 1948-49 Henry Wojtyla.............................................. 1949-50 Russell Johnson........................................... 1950-53 Pat McKenna............................................... 1960-61 Rick Sloger................................................... 1973-75 Gary Wydra.................................................. 1975-78 Sam Manella................................................ 1978-81 Dallas Comegys........................................... 1983-87 Montray Clemons........................................ 2012-13

44 James Haggerty........................................... 1925-26 Dick Flaiz...................................................... 1959-61 Gessel Berry................................................ 1966-68 Jim Marino................................................... 1972-74 Roman Sukley.............................................. 1972-74 Skip Dillard................................................... 1979-82 Sean Brusek................................................. 1991-95 Marlon Brumfield........................................ 2002-06 Keith Butler.................................................. 2006-08

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43 Mike Donohue............................................. 1951-55 Dan Monckton..................................1951-52, 54-56 Vernon Maddox........................................... 1955-56 John Bagley.................................................. 1958-60 Jeff Payne.................................................... 1972-74 Joe Ponsetto................................................ 1974-78 Greg Mullee................................................. 1982-83


HISTORY & RECORDS 45 Jack Phelan.................................................. 1926-28 Edward Cooper............................................ 1946-47 Edward Hauser............................................ 1949-50 Jim Flemming.............................................. 1958-61 Tom Anderson............................................. 1961-62 Paul Mattingly............................................. 1964-68 James O’Shaughnessy................................. 1986-87 Brian Currie................................................. 1992-93 Innis Glover................................................. 1996-98 Steve Hunter................................................ 1999-01 Quemont Greer........................................... 2001-05 50 Bill Debes..................................................... 1960-63 Dave Mills.................................................... 1963-66 Bob Zoretich................................................ 1965-68 Don Reising.................................................. 1970-71 Thomas Barr................................................ 1977-79 Curtis Jackson.............................................. 1987-90 51 Earl Wylder.................................................. 1950-53 Mischa Rader............................................... 1953-54 McKinley Cowsen........................................ 1957-60 Marty Embry............................................... 1982-86 52 Bill Robinzine............................................... 1953-56 Ken Johnston............................................... 1965-68 Steve Mraz................................................... 1968-71 Frank Stevenson.......................................... 1971-72 Peter Patton................................................. 1992-96 Lance Williams............................................. 1998-02 53 Michael Perlowski....................................... 1951-55 Nicholas Hahn............................................. 1955-57 Paul Ruddy................................................... 1957-60

66 William Bataska........................................... 1946-47 77 Gordon Gillespie.......................................... 1947-49 Andy Federinko........................................... 1949-50 79 Sam Vukovich.............................................. 1946-50 Ron Feiereisel.............................................. 1950-53 86 Charles Allen................................................ 1945-49 Raymond Caplis........................................... 1949-52 89 Nick Comerford........................................... 1945-46 90 Stan Szukala................................................. 1937-39 92 Gene Stump................................................. 1945-47 Ed Kassner................................................... 1947-48 John Lahey................................................... 1948-51 94 Bill Ryan....................................................... 1942-43 95 John Phelan......................................1945-46, 47-49 96 George LaRochelle....................................... 1947-48 Charles Koecheler........................................ 1948-50 David Matz.................................................. 1950-51 99 (retired) George Mikan.............................................. 1942-46

54 John Naughton............................................ 1966-67 Paul Pomplun.............................................. 1967-70 Joe Ponsetto................................................ 1976-78 William Madey............................................ 1978-79 55 William Kramer............................................ 1948-49 John Sedowski............................................. 1957-58 Jim Flemming.............................................. 1958-61 Kevin Golden............................................... 1984-88 Michael Ravizee........................................... 1990-94 Keni Obi....................................................... 2008-10

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REGULAR-SEASON TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1945-46 DePaul Invitational (Chicago, Ill.) W Bowling Green......................................................59-50 W Washington...........................................................75-50 W Indiana State.........................................................74-56 Stadium Round Robin (Chicago, Ill.) W Oklahoma A&M....................................................46-38 W Hamlin..................................................................62-51 1946-47 Stadium Round Robin (Chicago, Ill.) L Oklahoma A&M....................................................44-37 L Bowling Green......................................................59-47 1952-53 Holiday Festival (New York, N.Y.) W LaSalle...................................................................63-61 L Manhattan............................................................73-64 W Miami (Ohio)........................................................81-78 1953-54 Sugar Bowl Tournament (New Orleans, La.) L Holy Cross.............................................................69-55 L Fordham...............................................................65-61 1955-56 DePaul Invitational (Chicago, Ill.) W Duquesne.............................................................68-64 L San Francisco........................................................82-59 1956-57 Dixie Classic (Raleigh, N.C.) L Wake Forest..........................................................74-68 W Iowa (OT)..............................................................73-72 L Utah......................................................................86-79

1968-69 Quaker City Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) L St. Joseph’s (Pa.)...................................................74-64 W Rhode Island.........................................................95-86 W Penn State............................................................83-63 1970-71 Kentucky Invitational (Lexington, Ky.) L Kentucky.............................................................106-85 L Kansas State..........................................................78-68 All College Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) L Louisiana State......................................................91-72 L Oklahoma City......................................................73-69 L San Francisco........................................................77-57 1973-74 Volunteer Classic (Knoxville, Tenn.) L Tennessee.............................................................96-61 L Utah State...........................................................102-93 Hall of Fame Tournament (Springfield, Mass.) W Brown...................................................................75-69 L Massachusetts......................................................55-52 1975-76 Sun Devil Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) W Memphis State...................................................100-91 L Arizona..................................................................74-67 Motor City Classic (Detroit, Mich.) W George Washington..............................................73-57 L Detroit..................................................................74-67 1977-78 Kodak Classic (Rochester, N.Y.) W Penn State............................................................82-67 W Yale.....................................................................100-52

1961-62 Motor City Classic (Detroit, Mich.) L St. Bonaventure....................................................70-60 W Syracuse................................................................96-59

1979-80 Chicagoland Cage Classic (Chicago, Ill.) W Northwestern.......................................................81-75 W Loyola-Chicago......................................................92-85

1963-64 Queen City Tournament (Buffalo, N.Y.) W Canisius...............................................................102-79 W Xavier (Ohio).........................................................86-80

1980-81 Tip Off Classic (Springfield, Mass.) W Louisville...............................................................86-80 Chicagoland Cage Classic (Chicago, Ill.) W Loyola-Chicago......................................................71-67 W Northwestern.......................................................62-54 Cabrillo Classic (San Diego, Calif.) W Georgetown..........................................................72-67 W San Diego State.....................................................85-69

1964-65 Oklahoma City Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) W Florida State..........................................................52-44 W Brigham Young......................................................84-75 W Oklahoma City......................................................67-60 1965-66 Gator Bowl Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.) L Florida...................................................................72-64 W Alabama................................................................80-64 1966-67 Oklahoma City Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) L Stanford................................................................88-75 L Massachusetts......................................................85-77 W Arizona..................................................................93-59

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1982-83 Crush Classic (Rosemont, Ill.) W Davidson...............................................................79-39 W Arizona State (OT).................................................73-72 1983-84 Suntory Ball (Toyko, Japan) W Alabama................................................................77-76 W Texas Tech.............................................................50-47 1985-86 Cotton States Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) L Navy......................................................................67-64 W Texas.....................................................................63-62


HISTORY & RECORDS 1988-89 Maui Classic (Lahaina, Hawaii) L Nevada-Las Vegas.................................................86-77 L Ohio State.............................................................72-70 W Chaminade............................................................89-68 Old Style Classic (Rosemont, Ill.) W North Carolina A&T..............................................73-52 W Loyola Marymount...........................................115-111 USF&G Sugar Bowl Tournament (New Orleans, La.) W Mississippi State...................................................62-60 L Seton Hall.............................................................83-60 1989-90 Dodge Preseason NIT (Rosemont, Ill./New York, N.Y.) W Ohio State.............................................................71-53 W North Carolina State.............................................70-63 L St. John’s...............................................................53-52 L Nevada-Las Vegas.................................................88-53 First Chicago Christmas Classic (Rosemont, Ill.) L Western Illinois.....................................................72-69 1990-91 First Chicago Christmas Classic (Rosemont, Ill.) W Illinois State..........................................................96-78 Old Style Classic (Rosemont, Ill.) L Wisconsin-Green Bay............................................57-56 L Oklahoma State....................................................72-70 Red Lobster Classic (Orlando, Fla.) L North Carolina......................................................75-90 W Central Florida (OT)..............................................81-78 1991-92 Diet Pepsi Tournament of Champions (Charlotte, N.C.) L UNC-Charlotte......................................................63-66 L North Carolina State.............................................83-97 1992-93 Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Hawai’i) L Duke......................................................................73-89 W Stanford................................................................76-67 L Oklahoma...........................................................94-108 1995-96 Preseason NIT (Ann Arbor, Mich.) L Michigan...............................................................65-73 1997-98 Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Hawai’i) L Missouri................................................................42-45 W Chaminade............................................................57-55 L George Washington..............................................46-60 1998-99 BB&T Classic (Washington, D.C.) W George Washington..............................................87-79 L Maryland..............................................................75-92 1999-00 Puerto Rico Shootout (San Juan, Puerto, Rico) W American-Puerto Rico.........................................114-69 L Texas.....................................................................64-68 W South Carolina......................................................58-46

2001-02 Preseason NIT (Rockford, Ill./Syracuse, N.Y.) W Fordham...............................................................70-61 L Syracuse................................................................60-74 2003-04 Spartan Classic (East Lansing, Mich.) W Indiana State.........................................................78-66 L Michigan State......................................................81-89 2006-07 Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Hawai’i) L Kentucky...............................................................81-87 W Chaminade............................................................93-74 L Purdue..................................................................73-81 2007-08 San Juan Shootout (San Juan, Puerto Rico) L Mississippi............................................................63-69 L Clemson................................................................74-90 W La Salle..................................................................93-88 2008-09 John R. Wooden Classic (Anaheim, Calif.) L UCLA.....................................................................54-72 Las Vegas Classic (Rosemont, Ill./Las Vegas, Nev.) W Liberty...................................................................64-63 W Southern...............................................................83-46 W Saint Louis.............................................................65-61 L Creighton..............................................................75-83 2009-10 Paradise Jam (St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands) W Northern Iowa......................................................60-52 L Tennessee.............................................................53-57 W Saint Joseph’s.......................................................58-51 SEC/BIG EAST Invitational (Tampa, Fla.) L Mississippi State...................................................45-67 2010-11 76 Classic (Anaheim, Calif.) L Oklahoma State....................................................56-60 L Cal State Northridge.............................................66-88 L Stanford........................................................ 74-81 (OT) 2011-12 Old Spice Classic (Buena Vista, Fla.) L Minnesota............................................................85-86 W Texas Tech.............................................................76-70 W Arizona State........................................................68-64 BIG EAST/SEC Challenge (Rosemont, Ill.) L Mississippi............................................................68-70 2012-13 Cancun Challenge (Rosemont, Ill./Cancun, Mexico) L Gardner-Webb......................................................59-71 W Austin Peay...........................................................98-67 L Wichita State........................................................62-75 L Western Kentucky.................................................61-70 SEC/BIG EAST Challenge (Auburn, Ala.) W Auburn..................................................................80-76

2000-01 Great Alaskan Shootout (Anchorage, Alaska) L Syracuse................................................................84-92 W Florida State..........................................................80-74 W Alaska-Anchorage.................................................93-76

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YEAR-BY-YEAR SUMMARIES

Season Coach W-L FG Pct. FT Pct. PPG RPG FG Pct. 1923-24 Robert L. Stevenson 8-6 — — 19.5 — — 1924-25 Harry Adams 6-13 — — 19.6 — — 1925-26 Eddie Anderson 11-5 — — 29.6 — — 1926-27 Eddie Anderson 7-7 — — 24.4 — — 1927-28 Eddie Anderson 2-5 — — 20.5 — — 1928-29 Eddie Anderson 5-4 — — 22.1 — — 1929-30 Jim Kelly 15-5 — — 30.7 — — 1930-31 Jim Kelly 13-3 — — 31.7 — — 1931-32 Jim Kelly 9-6 — — 27.1 — — 1932-33 Jim Kelly 12-3 — — 33.5 — — 1933-34 Jim Kelly 17-0 — — 36.6 — — 1934-35 Jim Kelly 15-1 — — 40.8 — — 1935-36 Jim Kelly 18-4 — — 39.1 — — 1936-37 Tom Haggerty 15-6 — — 34.9 — — 1937-38 Tom Haggerty 12-10 — — 37.9 — — 1938-39 Tom Haggerty 15-7 — — 40.4 — — 1939-40 Tom Haggerty 22-6 — — 42.0 — — 1940-41 Bill Wendt 13-8 — — 43.6 — — 1941-42 Bill Wendt 10-12 — — 41.0 — — 1942-43 Ray Meyer 19-5 — — 50.8 — — 1943-44 Ray Meyer 22-4 — — 60.5 — — 1944-45 Ray Meyer 21-3 — — 60.3 — — 1945-46 Ray Meyer 19-5 — .589 62.0 — — 1946-47 Ray Meyer 16-9 — .589 54.4 — — 1947-48 Ray Meyer 22-8 — .676 58.1 — — 1948-49 Ray Meyer 16-9 — .633 56.4 — — 1949-50 Ray Meyer 12-13 .336 .625 60.1 — — 1950-51 Ray Meyer 13-12 .361 .621 69.2 — .323 1951-52 Ray Meyer 19-8 .370 .652 74.6 — — 1952-53 Ray Meyer 19-9 .386 .679 75.6 — .325 1953-54 Ray Meyer 11-10 .386 .650 75.7 — .314 1954-55 Ray Meyer 16-6 .437 .682 84.5 — .437 1955-56 Ray Meyer 16-8 .452 .695 80.0 — .390 1956-57 Ray Meyer 8-14 .400 .737 74.6 41.4 .387 1957-58 Ray Meyer 8-12 .389 .616 63.6 45.4 .354 1958-59 Ray Meyer 13-11 .395 .714 70.1 46.5 .389 1959-60 Ray Meyer 17-7 .427 .725 74.8 45.0 .385 1960-61 Ray Meyer 17-8 .438 .701 73.5 44.5 .388 1961-62 Ray Meyer 13-10 .436 .655 76.9 50.1 .426 1962-63 Ray Meyer 15-8 .424 .684 74.3 52.0 .388 1963-64 Ray Meyer 21-4 .453 .714 85.7 46.7 .411 1964-65 Ray Meyer 17-10 .412 .741 77.9 41.9 .391 1965-66 Ray Meyer 18-8 .440 .735 83.0 42.3 .372

Opponents PPG 17.0 25.6 26.9 23.0 14.5 20.8 24.9 20.3 24.6 25.1 27.4 23.9 29.2 29.1 36.0 34.6 33.0 36.9 37.7 39.4 39.7 43.6 46.6 52.1 49.0 51.1 59.4 64.2 59.8 68.9 68.6 68.7 72.7 77.9 66.1 71.9 66.1 68.2 72.5 68.6 72.4 66.4 67.4 RPG — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 44.3 45.2 49.0 40.0 41.2 36.0 43.0 43.0 37.7 39.4

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1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Ray Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Joey Meyer Pat Kennedy Pat Kennedy Pat Kennedy Pat Kennedy Pat Kennedy Dave Leitao Dave Leitao Dave Leitao Jerry Wainwright Jerry Wainwright Jerry Wainwright Jerry Wainwright Jerry Wainwright/Tracy Webster Oliver Purnell Oliver Purnell Oliver Purnell

17-8 13-12 14-11 12-13 8-17 12-11 14-11 16-9 15-10 20-9 15-12 27-3 26-6 26-2 27-2 26-2 21-12 27-3 19-10 18-13 28-3 22-8 21-12 20-15 20-9 20-9 16-15 16-12 17-11 11-18 3-23 7-23 18-13 21-12 12-18 9-19 16-13 22-10 20-11 12-15 20-14 11-19 9-24 8-23 7-24 12-19 11-21

.417 .434 .432 .410 .416 .457 .454 .464 .463 .472 .448 .495 .489 .486 .520 .483 .449 .485 .494 .482 .516 .501 .504 .425 .475 .475 .468 .465 .480 .438 .354 .360 .428 .453 .400 .413 .442 .463 .441 .439 .458 .433 .406 .398 .426 .438 .434

.678 .657 .678 .670 .701 .679 .746 .662 .699 .669 .745 .736 .765 .755 .723 .702 .656 .657 .721 .613 .673 .626 .633 .720 .735 .714 .697 .709 .715 .665 .571 .669 .673 .669 .676 .656 .719 .697 .628 .700 .664 .648 .616 .582 .683 .696 .704

76.9 75.1 79.7 80.7 74.5 77.8 74.8 76.3 79.7 77.9 75.3 82.0 82.5 83.8 78.9 77.7 66.4 70.6 71.6 69.1 76.2 78.9 77.8 66.5 79.3 81.1 73.9 78.4 79.2 70.2 55.2 59.2 72.7 72.3 72.3 70.8 67.2 70.5 68.4 64.9 67.6 72.6 64.3 61.0 67.9 74.1 71.4

38.3 46.4 48.8 44.4 37.7 38.6 36.5 36.0 42.2 40.3 40.6 38.4 36.4 40.1 36.7 39.6 36.7 38.2 36.4 37.5 37.0 36.8 39.6 38.7 38.0 37.3 36.6 42.9 36.6 36.1 35.3 34.1 40.9 39.5 37.7 40.1 37.1 36.2 36.5 33.3 35.4 34.6 34.7 33.4 30.5 33.1 34.2

.412 .422 .430 .440 .426 .475 .439 .431 .436 .415 .441 .436 .490 .447 .446 .440 .451 .414 .447 .447 .416 .450 .433 .421 .436 .456 .459 .402 .426 .440 .435 .444 .442 .422 .432 .439 .420 .419 .426 .436 .411 .466 .459 .434 .501 .482 .469

66.6 73.5 75.4 80.1 81.4 77.7 72.0 72.9 70.1 70.7 72.2 70.0 74.8 74.3 66.1 65.4 61.2 58.9 63.2 65.8 62.5 70.1 73.2 65.0 70.5 76.2 75.0 73.1 71.6 71.9 67.7 68.8 71.5 64.3 74.0 76.4 64.9 67.8 64.1 67.1 63.3 75.8 72.4 66.9 76.7 76.7 75.3

34.6 45.4 47.5 46.7 45.8 36.4 36.2 38.6 37.6 35.3 34.9 34.0 36.7 37.0 34.5 36.1 34.4 32.7 31.9 33.6 33.6 34.6 34.6 34.8 36.2 37.2 33.2 35.4 35.0 38.8 42.5 40.1 35.7 31.5 35.9 39.3 30.2 31.9 31.6 34.9 32.9 37.6 39.3 38.9 38.2 39.6 38.1

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Air Force Alabama UAB Alabama State Alaska-Anchorage Albany Alcorn State American American-Puerto Rico American Col. of Phys. Ed. Aquinas Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas State Army Athens AC Auburn Augustana Austin Peay Baldwin‑Wallace Ball State Bauer and Black Baylor Bellarmine Beloit Biscayne College Bowling Green Boston College Bradley Brandeis BYU Brown Bucknell Butler California UC Davis UC Irvine UCLA UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara California State Cal State Chico Cal State Northridge Cal Poly California Western Camp Grant Canisius Carleton Catholic Centenary Central Florida Central Michigan Central Missouri State Central Normal Chaminade Charlotte Chicago Chicago Athletic Association Chicago Chiropractors Chicago State Chicago Teachers

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W‑L 3‑1 2‑0 19‑14 3‑0 1-0 1-0 1-0 3‑1 1-0 2‑0 2‑0 2‑0 4‑1 1‑0 1-0 5‑0 2‑0 0‑1 1-0 1-0 1-0 9‑1 2‑1 1‑0 2‑0 3‑0 4‑1 1-0 10‑8 1‑1 25‑14 1‑0 1‑0 1‑0 0-1 5‑1 3-3 1‑0 1-0 6‑12 1-0 3‑0 1‑0 1‑0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0‑2 3‑0 0‑1 1‑0 7‑0 1‑0 2-0 1‑0 1-0 3‑0 6‑15 8‑1 0‑2 1‑0 11-0 9‑0

First Game 1959‑60 1965‑66 1978‑79 1997‑98 2000-01 2008-09 2008-09 1963‑64 1999-00 1923‑24 1962‑63 1929‑30 1966‑67 1943‑44 2011-12 1938‑39 1959‑60 1929‑30 2012-13 1967‑68 2012-13 1948‑49 1978‑79 1923‑24 1991‑92 1966‑67 1932‑33 1983-84 1944‑45 1949‑50 1939‑40 1955‑56 1964‑65 1973‑74 2005-06 1938‑39 1995‑96 1963‑64 2006-07 1940‑41 2012-13 1929‑30 1973‑74 1984‑85 2010-11 2011-12 1968-69 1942‑43 1957‑58 1931‑32 1931‑32 1930‑31 1990‑91 2002-03 1967‑68 1935-36 1988‑89 1971‑72 1935‑36 1926‑27 1923‑24 1992‑93 1939‑40

Last Game 2006-07 1983‑84 2006-07 2009‑10 2000-01 2008-09 2008-09 2009‑10 1999-00 1925‑26 1966‑67 1933-34 2012-13 1943‑44 2011-12 1945‑45 1976‑77 1929‑30 2012-13 1967‑68 2012-13 1966‑67 2010-11 1923‑24 1992‑93 1968‑69 1951‑52 1983-84 2004‑05 1981‑82 2006-07 1955‑56 1964‑65 1973‑74 2005-06 1980‑81 2008-09 1963‑64 2006-07 2008-09 2012-13 1995‑96 1973‑74 1984‑85 2010-11 2011-12 1968-69 1942‑43 1963‑64 1931‑32 1931‑32 1978‑79 1990‑91 2010-11 1967‑68 1935-36 2006-07 2004-05 1943‑44 1927‑28 1923‑24 2012-13 1951‑52

Score 51‑52 77‑76 57‑58 58‑50 93-76 75-64 90-67 57‑62 114-69 25‑21 114‑64 37-26 78‑61 59‑30 81-62 82‑26 77‑66 20‑21 80-76 111‑79 98-67 89‑39 77‑79 (OT) N/A 72‑70 85‑75 80‑57 78-50 69‑59 75‑82 58-78 99‑71 84‑75 75‑69 52-57 89‑64 67-77 98‑59 65-53 54‑72 91-59 91‑71 94‑63 77‑37 66-88 63-58 100-65 43‑48 102‑79 23‑27 31‑22 82‑66 81‑78 71-62 89‑72 N/A 93-74 62-66 78‑26 N/A 27‑2 74-64 87‑58


HISTORY & RECORDS Christian Brothers Cicero Merchants Cincinnati Clemson Cleveland State Colorado Colorado College Columbia Concordia (Ill.) Concordia-St. Louis Connecticut Cornell (Iowa) Creighton Dartmouth Davidson Dayton Denver Des Moines Detroit Detroit City Doane Drake Dubuque Duke Duquesne East Carolina East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Elmhurst Elon Evansville Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Florida Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida International Florida State Fordham Fresno State Fort Leonard Wood Fort Sheridan Furman Gannon Gardner-Webb Georgetown George Washington Georgia Tech Glenview NTS Gonzaga Great Lakes Grinnell Gustavus Adolphus Hamilton Club Hamline Hartford Harvard Hofstra Hollywood AC Holy Cross Houston Howard Idaho State

6‑0 1‑0 15‑35 0-1 0‑1 0‑1 1‑0 1-0 7‑1 0-1 1-10 1‑0 15‑7 1‑0 1‑0 34‑35 2‑0 1‑1 29‑7 2‑0 1‑0 4‑2 1‑0 0‑4 13‑14 6-0 1‑0 1‑0 8‑0 4‑0 1‑0 6‑0 1-0 11‑2 4-0 1‑0 1‑2 1-0 1-1 4‑0 3‑2 3‑1 0‑1 1‑0 2‑0 3‑0 1‑0 0-1 6‑21 2‑2 2‑2 5‑0 5‑1 0‑2 2‑0 1‑0 1‑0 7‑2 3‑0 0‑1 1-0 1‑0 1‑1 10‑4 1-0 1-0

1958‑59 1945‑46 1949‑50 2007-08 1985‑86 1939‑40 1929‑30 2009-10 1924‑25 1927-28 2003-04 1930‑31 1937‑38 1942‑43 1982‑83 1920‑21 1948‑49 1928‑29 1926‑27 1931‑32 1968‑69 1935‑36 1971‑72 1985‑86 1938‑39 2001-02 1969‑70 1964‑65 1971‑72 1976‑77 1984‑85 1923‑24 1999-00 1936‑37 2000-01 1982‑83 1965‑66 2010-11 2007-08 1989‑90 1964‑65 1953‑54 1982‑83 1951‑52 1951‑52 1980‑81 1962‑63 2012-13 1941‑42 1931‑32 1978-79 1942‑43 1951‑52 1944‑45 1932‑33 1951‑52 1923-24 1935‑36 1987‑88 1969‑70 2006-07 1929‑30 1947‑48 1984‑85 1999-00 1963‑64

1965‑66 1945‑46 2012-13 2007-08 1985‑86 1939‑40 1929‑30 2009-10 1944‑45 1927-28 2012-13 1930‑31 2008-09 1942‑43 1982‑83 2005-06 1961‑62 1928‑29 2009-10 1932‑33 1968‑69 1990‑91 1971‑72 1999‑00 1990‑91 2004-05 1969‑70 1964‑65 2006-07 1979‑80 1984‑85 1954‑55 1999-00 1987‑88 2012-13 1982‑83 2000-01 2010-11 2009-10 2005-06 2000-01 2001-02 1982‑83 1951‑52 1951‑52 1986‑87 1962‑63 2012-13 2012-13 1998‑99 1990‑91 1951‑52 1982‑83 1945‑46 1934‑35 1951‑52 1923‑24 1945‑46 1990‑91 1969‑70 2006-07 1929‑30 1953‑54 2004-05 1999-00 1963‑64

114‑75 71‑49 70-75 74-90 75‑90 37‑51 34‑22 59-53 80‑44 26-40 69-81 36‑15 75‑83 46‑35 79‑39 61‑54 79‑50 16‑19 68-66 (OT) 39‑27 95‑62 92‑71 83‑61 83‑84 75‑62 77-56 84‑77 99‑52 71‑41 57‑55 72‑50 101‑60 80-56 63‑65 85-78 105‑64 76‑83 71-62 61-64 72‑60 80‑74 70-61 60‑69 81-70 56‑32 81‑64 83‑48 59-71 66-90 87‑79 70‑87 99‑64 48‑49 67‑69 47‑19 88‑61 24‑13 62‑51 84‑73 84‑90 83-71 27‑24 55‑69 68‑57 105-61 78‑67

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6-12 4‑0 4‑1 21‑3 5‑0 23‑0 8‑14 11‑2 1‑0 3‑0 1‑2 1‑0 1-0 1‑0 2‑0 3‑0 1‑0 1‑0 6‑0 1‑8 3‑3 2‑0 3-18 1‑0 7‑2 9‑1 9‑0 1-0 0‑2 9‑4 4‑5 3‑3 2‑1 21‑38 1-0 38‑18 5‑2 0‑1 7-0 2‑0 1‑0 3‑4 1‑0 44‑68 5‑1 0‑2 1-0 1‑3 2‑0 1‑0 12‑14 6‑1 4-3 0‑1 1‑0 7‑2 1‑0 11‑1 9‑8 1‑2 1‑1 1-0 3‑2 1‑0 2‑0 2‑0

1934‑35 1928‑29 1981‑82 1908‑09 1933‑34 1937‑38 1935‑36 1935‑36 1935‑36 1965‑66 1938‑39 1967‑68 2004-05 1987‑88 1992‑93 1947‑48 1969‑70 1945‑46 1934‑35 1941‑42 1938‑39 1923‑24 1942‑43 1979‑80 1949‑50 1946‑47 1952‑53 2008-09 1924‑25 1937‑38 1923‑24 1939‑40 1986‑87 1956‑57 1946-47 1922‑23 1946‑47 1923‑24 1979‑80 1953‑54 1954‑55 1950‑51 1970‑71 1917‑18 1973‑74 1976‑77 2012-13 1966‑67 1930‑31 1932‑33 1956‑57 1987‑88 1952‑53 1995‑96 1969‑70 1936‑37 1969‑70 1951‑52 1933‑34 1982‑83 1988‑89 2011-12 1979‑80 1969‑70 1933‑34 1986‑87

1957‑58 1930‑31 2009-10 1996‑97 1948‑49 1976‑77 1996‑97 2010-11 1935‑36 1987‑88 1994‑95 1967‑68 2004-05 1987‑88 1993‑94 1954‑55 1969‑70 1945‑46 1954‑55 2007-08 2006-07 1924‑25 2006-07 1979‑80 2007-08 1963‑64 2000-01 2008-09 1924‑25 2001-02 1929‑30 1986‑87 1997‑98 2012-13 1946-47 2012-13 1992‑93 1923‑24 1995‑96 1955‑56 1954‑55 1974‑75 1970‑71 2012-13 1976‑77 1998‑99 2012-13 1993‑94 1931‑32 1932‑33 2004-05 1996‑97 1960‑61 1995‑96 1969‑70 2003-04 1969‑70 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2009‑10 2011-12 2004-05 1969‑70 1934‑35 1999‑00

70‑75 46‑15 77‑56 50‑75 70‑34 82‑63 57‑74 51‑73 41‑36 92‑56 87‑96 67‑63 88-67 81‑59 90‑83 88‑55 90‑55 79‑43 98‑46 66-84 70-65 40‑19 81‑87 61‑59 93-88 105‑56 87‑80 64-63 15‑29 95-69 27‑25 58‑63 56‑54 58-79 48-38 61‑69 71‑70 16‑23 72‑58 84‑74 103‑74 90‑75 87‑74 78-89 74‑92 75‑92 69-61 78‑76 35‑24 46‑25 55-68 45‑61 72‑70 65‑73 97‑76 81‑89 97‑76 84‑50 85‑86 68‑70 45‑76 80-70 75-70 87‑74 47‑18 69‑62


HISTORY & RECORDS Morgan State Morningside Muhlenberg Murray State Navy Navy Pier Nebraska Nebraska‑Omaha Nebraska Wesleyan UNLV Nevada‑Reno New Mexico New Mexico State New York Niagara Nicholls State North Carolina UNC Wilmington North Carolina A&T North Carolina State North Central North Dakota North Texas State Northeast Missouri State Northeastern Illinois Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwestern Northwestern State Notre Dame Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Old Dominion Olympic Club Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Coast Club Paris (France) Parsons Pennsylvania Penn State Pepperdine Pittsburgh Portland Princeton Providence Purdue Quincy Radio Chicago Regis Rhode Island Rice Rice Institute Ripon Rocky Mountain Rutgers Saint Louis Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) St. Ambrose St. Bonaventure St. Francis Brooklyn St. John’s (Minn.)

0-1 2‑0 1‑0 2‑1 0‑1 5‑0 4‑0 2‑0 1‑0 0‑5 2‑0 0‑2 0‑1 0‑4 16‑7 1-0 1‑4 2‑0 1‑1 4‑3 9‑1 8‑3 2‑0 2‑0 3‑0 25‑6 2‑0 19‑10 1-0 44‑60 6‑2 4‑4 3‑1 2‑1 8‑12 5‑3 1‑0 2‑0 2‑0 1‑0 1‑0 1‑0 3‑0 1‑1 6‑0 6‑1 2‑9 5‑0 3‑0 8‑22 9‑12 4‑0 1‑0 1‑0 5‑1 1‑0 1‑0 1‑0 2‑0 4-6 34‑27 10‑6 6‑3 7‑10 1‑0 2‑0

2008-09 1947‑48 1943‑44 1945‑46 1985‑86 1942‑43 1933‑34 1939‑40 1957‑58 1988‑89 1929‑30 1929‑30 1991‑92 1941‑42 1931‑32 1999-00 1946‑47 1986‑87 1988‑89 1947‑48 1930‑31 1929‑30 1979‑80 1964‑65 1991‑92 1924‑25 1985‑86 1911‑12 2006-07 1911‑12 1959‑60 1943‑44 1941‑42 1948‑49 1939‑40 1980‑81 1929‑30 1977‑78 1939‑40 1945‑46 1929‑30 1955‑56 1969‑70 1952‑53 1938‑39 1982‑83 1936‑37 1956‑57 1982‑83 1960‑61 1934‑35 1950‑51 1944‑45 1947‑48 1944‑45 1930‑31 1946‑47 1953‑54 1971‑72 2005-06 1924‑25 1936‑37 1927‑28 1960‑61 1985‑86 1966‑67

2008-09 1951‑52 1943‑44 2001-02 1985‑86 1944‑45 1982‑83 1940‑41 1957‑58 2002-03 1969‑70 1998‑99 1991‑92 1965‑66 1997‑98 1999-00 2002-03 1998‑99 2007-08 1991‑92 1951‑52 1966‑67 1980‑81 1968‑69 1993‑94 2012-13 2009‑10 2008-09 2006-07 2012-13 2003-04 1989‑90 1992‑93 1970‑71 2010-11 2005-06 1929‑30 1978‑79 1941‑42 1945‑46 1929‑30 1955‑56 1971‑72 1978‑79 1984‑85 1990‑91 2012-13 1964‑65 1984‑85 2012-13 2006-07 1954‑55 1944‑45 1947‑48 2006-07 1930‑31 1946‑47 1953‑54 1973‑74 2012-13 2008-09 2009-10 1975‑76 1976‑77 1985‑86 1967‑68

75-79 88‑54 68‑45 65-69 64‑67 61‑41 68‑58 40‑25 71‑45 70‑75 104‑71 81‑82 73‑81 65‑88 68‑58 67-43 72‑83 78‑63 93-96 83‑97 74‑63 82‑47 92‑86 94‑64 82‑55 69‑64 60‑52 36‑63 97-67 78-82 (OT) 63-60 71‑53 94‑108 69‑73 56‑60 43‑87 35‑21 75‑72 27‑23 59‑40 36‑28 71‑45 93‑75 96‑93 78‑61 85‑64 66-81 77‑64 56‑42 83-73 73‑81 72‑22 66‑28 51‑37 89-81 45‑28 48‑44 81‑36 91‑73 57-76 65-61 58‑51 85‑67 85‑74 93‑48 103‑55

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14‑17 11‑1 1‑0 2‑0 5‑0 12‑4 9‑0 5‑1 7‑8 2‑0 1‑0 2‑0 2‑4 1‑0 3‑2 1‑0 3‑9 4‑3 1‑0 1-0 15-12 1-0 1-0 3‑4 2‑0 5‑4 1‑0 1‑0 1‑2 2‑0 1‑0 4‑10 1‑0 2‑0 6‑2 2‑3 0‑2 1‑0 3‑7 0-1 1-0 1‑0 5‑0 2‑0 1-0 2‑0 5‑6 7‑4 1‑2 0‑1 16‑6 0‑3 1‑0 8‑16 2‑0 1‑0 0‑1 1‑1 2‑0 2‑2 1‑0 2‑2 1‑1 1‑0 0‑1 1‑0

1931‑32 1933‑34 1965‑66 1968‑69 1969‑70 1923‑24 1947‑48 1924‑25 1925‑26 1974‑75 1951‑52 1972‑73 1929‑30 1974‑75 1938‑39 1964‑65 1941‑42 1961‑62 1938‑39 1929-30 1982‑83 2003-04 2008-09 1931‑32 1930‑31 1995‑96 1969‑70 1970‑71 1966‑67 1994‑95 1965‑66 1961‑62 1960‑61 1952‑53 1958‑59 1952‑53 1973‑74 1967‑68 1946‑47 2004-05 2007-08 1929‑30 1982‑83 1987‑88 2009-10 1983‑84 1938‑39 1995‑96 1929‑30 1973‑74 1923‑24 1964‑65 1944‑45 1938‑39 1975‑76 1970‑71 1975‑76 1974‑75 1979‑80 1956‑57 1935‑36 1935‑36 1973‑74 1955‑56 1955‑56 1962‑63

2012-13 1973‑74 1965‑66 1973‑74 1984‑85 1974‑75 1954‑55 1937‑38 1937‑38 1975‑76 1951‑52 1980‑81 1992‑93 1974‑75 1981‑82 1964‑65 2012-13 1999‑00 1938‑39 1929-30 2012-13 2003-04 2008-09 1978‑79 1952‑53 2004-05 1969‑70 1970‑71 2010-11 1995‑96 1965‑66 2012-13 1960‑61 1954‑55 2004-05 2001-02 2009‑10 1967‑68 1999‑00 2004-05 2007-08 1929‑30 2011-12 1988‑89 2009-10 2011-12 2003-04 2004-05 1956‑57 1973‑74 1980‑81 2009-10 1944‑45 2012-13 1985‑86 1970‑71 1975‑76 1975‑76 1980‑81 2006-07 1935‑36 1988‑89 1974‑75 1955‑56 1955‑56 1962‑63

74-79 (OT) 89‑71 96‑74 89‑52 76‑53 109‑68 76‑61 34‑31 34‑31 102‑70 95‑47 85‑69 91‑61 75‑73 80‑58 91‑77 72‑73 58‑46 37‑35 38-19 73-83 57-50 83-46 89‑78 79‑69 70‑48 86‑61 94‑65 74-81 (OT) 90‑57 101‑67 57-78 101‑68 112‑69 64-62 60-58 53‑57 88‑68 64‑68 72-75 85-70 38‑29 91‑72 88‑55 86-69 76‑70 81‑93 81-71 79‑86 93‑102 95‑71 54-67 85‑53 71‑94 72‑68 100‑77 66‑71 73‑65 90‑75 78‑63 42‑24 75‑79 69‑83 84‑56 63‑72 73‑45


HISTORY & RECORDS Weber State West Texas State West Virginia Western Carolina Western Illinois Western Kentucky Western Michigan Western Ontario Westmont Wichita State Winona State Wisconsin Wisconsin‑Green Bay Wisconsin‑LaCrosse Wisconsin‑Superior Wyoming Xavier Yale YMCA College Youngstown State

3‑0 0‑1 1‑7 1-1 0‑1 10‑6 20‑8 9‑0 1‑0 4‑3 1‑0 6‑1 5‑3 1‑3 3‑0 1‑1 8‑3 1‑0 2‑1 2‑0

1986‑87 1941‑42 1944‑45 2002-03 1989‑90 1942‑43 1921‑22 1932‑33 1972‑73 1937‑38 1972‑73 1935‑36 1971‑72 1923‑24 1937‑38 1929‑30 1938‑39 1977‑78 1924‑25 1960‑61

1989‑90 1941‑42 2011-12 2010-11 1989‑90 2012‑13 1987‑88 1965‑66 1972‑73 2012‑13 1972‑73 1979‑80 1990‑91 1925‑26 1953‑54 1944‑45 1997‑98 1977‑78 1925‑26 2001-02

55‑47 43‑60 75‑92 64-69 69‑72 61‑70 94‑64 120‑51 89‑69 62-75 87‑57 90‑77 56‑57 26‑21 102‑47 68‑29 56‑73 100‑52 24‑19 107-69

Bold indicates 2013-14 opponent or potential opponent. Team Notes - Milwaukee was also known as Wisconsin State-Milwaukee and Milwaukee Teachers - Long Island Brooklyn was also known as Long Island - St. Francis Brooklyn was also known as St. Francis (N.Y.)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1923-24 Record: 8-6 (.571) | Head Coach: Robert L. Stevenson Kent College W Bauer & Black W Valparaiso L 18-20 Hamilton Club H W 24-13 Chicago Chiropractic H W 27-2 Loras A L 19-27 Luther A L 15-23 UW-LaCrosse A L 14-26 St. Mary’s (Minn.) A L 19-22 Loras A W 14-10 Luther H W 27-9 Amer. Col. Phys. Ed. H W 30-15 St. Mary’s (Minn.) H L 11-23 Elmhurst H W 37-20 1924-25 Record: 6-13 (.316) | Head Coach: Harry Adams Northern Illinois A W Valparaiso A L Saint Louis H L St. Thomas H W UW-LaCrosse H L YMCA College A L Valparaiso A L Elmhurst H W Saint Louis A L Concordia A L Lombard H L Loras L Kent College A W Lombard A L Loras A L UW-LaCrosse A L St. Mary’s (Minn.) H L YMCA College H W St. Mary’s (Minn.) A W 1925-26 Record: 11-5 (.688) | Head Coach: Eddie Anderson St. Mary’s (Minn.) H W Loras H W Saint Louis A W Concordia A W Valparaiso H W Northern Illinois A L YMCA College H W Northern Illinois H W St. Viator’s H W Saint Louis H L Amer. Col. Phys. Ed. H W St. Viator’s A L Loras A L UW-LaCrosse A W St. Mary’s (Minn.) A W Valparaiso A L 1926-27 Record: 7-7 (.500) | Head Coach: Eddie Anderson Saint Louis W Augustana W Valparaiso H W St. Viator’s A L

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W W W W L L L L L L

26-23 32-29 30-19 31-13 12-20 26-27 25-27 17-29 24-31 23-27

1927-28 Record: 2-7 (.286) | Head Coach: Eddie Anderson Chicago Athletic Assoc. H L J18 Loras A W J19 St. Ambrose A L Saint Louis H W St. Viator’s H L Concordia-St. Louis A L St. Ambrose H L Detroit L Saint Louis L

19-22 18-14 12-37 31-14 10-15 26-40 15-33 19-27 17-34

1928-29 Record: 5-4 (.556) | Head Coach: Eddie Anderson Illinois “B” A W St. Ambrose A L Des Moines A W St. Viator’s A W Des Moines H L Illinois “B” H W St. Viator’s H L St. Ambrose H W Dayton H L

21-16 24-25 39-28 21-19 16-19 28-22 12-20 20-16 18-22

33-18 37-26 43-37 24-22 42-24 21-32 24-19 34-19 27-22 22-38 25-21 22-45 31-33 26-21 36-20 26-33

1929-30 Record: 15-5 (.750) | Head Coach: Jim Kelly Valparaiso H W North Dakota H W South Dakota State H W Detroit H W Loras A W Colorado College A W Wyoming A L Utah A L Utah H W Nevada A W San Francisco A W St. Ignatius A L Olympic Club A W Athens AC A L Santa Barbara A W Pacific Coast Club A W Hollywood AC A W Arizona A W Texas Mines A W New Mexico A L

34-21 22-14 38-19 21-17 27-25 34-22 25-33 41-46 35-32 25-24 37-33 31-33 35-21 20-21 35-14 36-28 27-24 29-16 38-29 23-26

28-13 27-20 21-20 20-24

1930-31 Record: 13-3 (.813) | Head Coach: Jim Kelly Illinois “B” H W Cornell College H W St. Viator’s A L Illinois “B” A W

40-27 36-15 12-13 46-15

12-9 13-37 11-23 24-16 23-25 8-36 13-26 25-11 17-29 29-35 21-42 19-21 40-19 15-29 27-33 17-20 20-24

St. Thomas Detroit H St. Mary’s (Minn.) H Saint Louis Loras St. Thomas St. Mary’s (Minn.) A St. Viator’s A Valparaiso Chicago Athletic Assoc.


HISTORY & RECORDS Southern Illinois Rice North Dakota St. Thomas Detroit Centenary St. Viator’s North Central Loyola-Chicago McKendree Loyola-Chicago St. Mary’s (Minn.)

A W H W H W H W A W H W H L A W A W H W A L A W

30-20 45-28 31-23 35-25 21-17 33-15 28-30 27-18 22-15 33-25 20-24 48-15

1931-32 Record: 9-6 (.600) | Head Coach: Jim Kelly USC LU W St. Viator’s CS W Carleton H L Centenary H W St. Thomas H W St. Viator’s H W Catholic University A W George Washington A L St. John’s A L Niagara A L Detroit A L Detroit City College A W Detroit H W St. Viator’s H L McKendree H W

20-18 28-24 23-27 33-17 37-14 24-17 31-22 28-35 21-35 25-30 25-36 33-32 26-20 17-18 35-24

1932-33 Record: 12-3 (.800) | Head Coach: Jim Kelly Elmhurst H W Western Ontario H W Western Ontario H W St. Viator’s A W Beloit H W St. Thomas H W Western Michigan H W North Central A L Meiji H W Grinnell H W St. Viator’s H W Detroit City College A W Western Michigan A L Detroit A L Detroit H W

30-14 39-24 36-20 29-21 42-22 38-28 36-32 25-26 46-25 41-14 26-23 39-27 27-46 24-35 25-19

1935-36 Record: 18-4 (.818) | Head Coach: Jim Kelly St. Mary’s (Minn.) H W Hamline H W Chicago A W Purdue CS L Illinois CS L Wisconsin CS W Washburn H W Drake H W Minnesota AR W Indiana CS W Saint Louis A W Western Michigan H W Saint Louis H W North Central H W Detroit A W Western Michigan A L Detroit H W Olympic Tournament Indiana State AR W Central Normal AR W Minnesota A W Minnesota A W Washington MSG L

1933-34 Record: 17-0 (1.000) | Head Coach: Jim Kelly North Central H W Nebraska H W Minnesota H W Arizona H W Illinois Tech H W Valparaiso H W North Central H W Missouri State A W Saint Louis A W Western Michigan H W Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) H W Valparaiso A W Illinois Tech A W Western Michigan A W

33-24 35-11 22-14 37-26 43-35 35-22 30-24 30-28 33-30 39-36 47-22 38-28 43-41 37-29

1936-37 Record: 15-6 (.714) | Head Coach: Tom Haggerty North Dakota H L D12 Pittsburgh AR W (OT) Hamline H W Illinois A W Purdue AR L Wisconsin A W Minnesota A L Saint Louis H W Chicago A W Evansville A W Western Michigan H L North Central A W

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)

Detroit Saint Louis Detroit

A H H

W W W

30-23 40-31 50-41

1934-35 Record: 15-1 (.938) | Head Coach: Jim Kelly Illinois A W Kalamazoo H W Valparaiso A W Missouri State H W Beloit H W Purdue AR L Grinnell H W Saint Louis A W Northern Illinois A W Western Michigan H W North Central H W Detroit A W Valparaiso H W Western Michigan A W Saint Louis H W Detroit H W

29-26 52-14 35-17 47-18 35-9 37-48 47-19 35-25 30-20 36-32 30-20 54-33 60-28 31-25 36-23 58-25

AR = Chicago Armory (Chicago, Ill.)

51-23 31-24 45-25 24-28 24-26 27-22 42-24 30-28 48-17 35-31 40-16 53-34 53-37 41-35 40-33 33-35 41-29 29-28 41-36 36-30 33-27 33-54

AR = Chicago Armory (Chicago, Ill.) | CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

34-36 41-37 27-25 31-25 45-53 33-17 25-34 40-23 35-23 36-25 33-36 35-26

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W W W W W L W W L

AR = Chicago Armory (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

1937-38 Record: 12-10 (.545) | Head Coach: Tom Haggerty Valparaiso H W Chicago A W Illinois Wesleyan H W Hamline A L Wisconsin State A W North Dakota A L Wichita State H W Purdue AR L Saint Louis H W D21 Creighton H L Centenary H W Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) A W Long Island MSG L Loyola-Chicago A L Western Michigan A L Illinois Wesleyan A W Saint Louis A W St. Viator’s H W Hamline A L Detroit H L (OT) Western Michigan A W Detroit A L

AR = Chicago Armory (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

38-20 23-21 34-19 35-33 33-27 24-29 41-32 47-24 43-46

47-37 28-20 35-11 28-42 30-23 48-49 36-21 50-60 46-19 37-44 53-26 38-37 29-55 40-53 40-41 41-39 31-29 34-31 29-39 36-38 53-38 24-40

1938-39 Record: 15-7 (.682) | Head Coach: Tom Haggerty Valparaiso H W 55-32 Chicago A L (2OT) 48-51 Arkansas State H W 61-32 Purdue A L 36-43 Iowa AR L 29-34 Penn State AR W 31-23 Santa Clara AR L 51-57 Duquesne AR W 46-40 J16 Xavier H W 38-30 Villanova A W 36-29 St. John’s MSG W 40-26 Butler AR L 29-39 Toledo A W 42-36 Loyola-Chicago CS L 26-36 Illinois Wesleyan H W 58-19 South Dakota A W 37-35 F18 Creighton A W 39-31 Wichita State A L 32-35 Kansas State A W 34-30 Nebraska A W 37-33 Illinois Wesleyan A W 45-38 Hamline H W 39-32 AR = Chicago Armory (Chicago, Ill.) | CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

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1939-40 Record: 22-6 (.786) | Head Coach: Tom Haggerty Chicago Teachers H W Arkansas State H W Purdue A W Hamline A W Wisconsin State A W USC CS L Oregon CS W Centenary SS W Santa Clara CS W Kansas State CS W Nebraska-Omaha H W Detroit CS W Chicago H W Detroit CS W Toledo CS W Indiana CS L Louisiana State CS W Loyola-Chicago CS W Bradley CS L Toledo A W Long Island MSG L Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) A W Long Island W Concordia H W Bradley A W National Invitation Tournament Long Island MSG W Colorado MSG L Oklahoma A&M MSG L

44-25 65-17 37-25 53-33 33-29 42-44 39-37 46-14 52-50 56-30 46-29 47-37 32-22 44-40 37-35 30-51 53-28 21-15 33-34 41-39 43-44 44-36 44-36 49-22 41-39 45-38 37-51 22-23

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) | SS = Saint Sabina’s HS (Chicago, Ill.)

1940-41 Record: 13-8 | Head Coach: Bill Wendt Elmhurst H W Kalamazoo H W Chicago Teachers H W Arkansas State SS W UCLA W Purdue CS W Butler CS W Santa Clara CS L Bradley CS L Long Island A L Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) A W Duquesne A W Chicago A W Toledo A L Loyola-Chicago CS W F14 Creighton L Long Island CS L Toledo A L Nebraska-Omaha H W Concordia H W

52-16 48-18 40-31 50-30 30-23 37-33 53-32 39-43 45-48 30-44 52-50 45-36 37-32 51-55 37-33 48-60 40-44 45-47 40-25 56-32

1941-42 Record: 10-12 (.455) | Head Coach: Bill Wendt Concordia H W Kalamazoo H W Chicago Teachers H W St. Sabina’s W Chicago A W Purdue A L

55-24 47-22 35-20 72-26 43-35 26-30

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) | SS = Saint Sabina’s HS (Chicago, Ill.)


HISTORY & RECORDS Oregon CS W Oklahoma W USC CS L Toledo A L West Texas CS L NYU CS L Long Island CS W Kansas CS L Loyola-Chicago CS L Toledo CS L Duquesne A L F25 Seton Hall A L Georgetown A W Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) A L Bradley CS W Bradley A L CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)

1942-43 Record: 19-5 (.792) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer Navy Pier A W Chicago Teachers H W Glenview NTS H W Navy Pier H W Purdue CS W USC CS W Toledo A W Duquesne A L D31 Marquette A W Chicago A W J9 Marquette CS W Loyola-Chicago A W Western Michigan CS W Michigan State CS W Notre Dame CS L Camp Grant CS L Western Kentucky CS W Camp Grant A L Kentucky CS W Bradley CS W Bradley A W Illinois Wesleyan A W NCAA Championship Dartmouth MSG W Georgetown MSG L

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

1943-44 Record: 22-4 (.846) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer Navy Pier A W Concordia H W Concordia A W Glenview NTS H W Nebraska CS W Chicago Teachers H W D18 Indiana CS W Navy Pier H W Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) A W Long Island MSG W Arkansas A W Chicago CS W Glenview NTS A W Valparaiso A L J21 Marquette CS L F4 Purdue H W

27-23 40-26 48-54 37-50 43-60 37-38 44-43 26-43 51-52 41-43 34-35 33-36 34-29 43-52 50-37 36-52

51-28 42-16 47-38 73-32 45-37 49-47 49-40 40-48 54-46 67-20 42-37 46-38 57-44 45-37 47-50 48-52 44-40 43-48 53-44 68-38 61-42 52-35 46-35 49-53

65-51 80-31 88-23 44-36 55-14 85-23 81-43 58-37 64-56 59-38 59-30 78-26 55-50 57-65 49-51 39-37

F5 Notre Dame CS F12 Illinois CS Valparaiso H Western Kentucky CS Ohio State CS Wisconsin CS Concordia H National Invitation Tournament Muhlenberg MSG Oklahoma A&M MSG M26 St. John’s MSG

W L W W W W W

61-45 33-45 69-38 56-36 61-49 48-35 80-44

W W L

68-45 41-38 39-47

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

1944-45 Record: 21-3 (.875) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer Illinois Tech H W Glenview NTS H W Illinois Tech H W Navy Pier H W Wyoming CS W Illinois Wesleyan H W Illinois CS L Radio Chicago H W Long Island A W Illinois A W Western Kentucky A W Vaughan Hospital A W Hamline CS W Hamline A W J27 Marquette CS W Notre Dame CS W Purdue CS W Oklahoma A&M CS W Great Lakes CS L Western Kentucky CS W National Invitation Tournament West Virginia MSG W Rhode Island MSG W Bowling Green MSG W Red Cross Benefit Game Oklahoma A&M MSG L

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

1945-46 Record: 19-5 (.792) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer N23 Cicero Merchants H W N28 Joliet All-Stars A W D5 Oklahoma A&M A W DePaul Invitational D12 Bowling Green CS W D14 Washington CS W D15 Indiana State CS W D17 Arkansas State H W D21 Oregon State CS W D29 Illinois A L D31 Minnesota A L J5 Notre Dame A L J12 Western Kentucky A W J14 Murray State A W J18 Michigan State CS W J26 Marquette CS W F1 Great Lakes CS L F2 Indiana State CS W Stadium Round Robin F8 Oklahoma A&M CS L

65-46 53-31 62-45 61-41 68-29 66-43 40-43 66-28 74-47 63-56 65-37 85-33 45-41 49-40 59-32 56-52 50-34 48-46 56-64 65-49 76-54 97-53 71-54 44-52

71-49 79-43 46-42 59-54 75-50 74-56 82-26 59-40 37-56 36-45 42-43 81-43 65-43 58-52 66-36 67-69 52-42 38-46

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Hamline Long Island Notre Dame Long Island Bradley Beloit

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)

CS CS CS A A H

W W W W W W

1946-47 Record: 16-9 (.640) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer N25 Chicago Teachers H W D3 Kalamazoo H W D7 Minnesota A L D12 Kentucky A L D14 Rice Institute CS W D16 St. Mary’s (Minn.) H W D19 Texas CS L D21 North Carolina CS W D30 Illinois Wesleyan H W J6 Purdue A L J10 Loyola (Calif.) A W J13 Murray State A W J18 Niagara A W J25 Michigan State CS W Stadium Round Robin J31 Oklahoma A&M CS L F1 Bowling Green CS L F6 St. Ambrose A W F8 Kentucky CS W F11 Marquette CS L F15 Bradley CS W F17 Notre Dame A L F22 Kansas CS L F28 Notre Dame CS W M1 Loyola-Chicago CS W M3 Lawrence Tech H W CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)

1947-48 Record: 22-8 (.733) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer N24 Chicago Teachers H W D1 St. Norbert H W D3 Kalamazoo H W D10 Kentucky A L D13 Oklahoma CS W D15 Minnesota A L D20 Loyola-Chicago CS W D26 John Carroll A W D29 Morningside H W J4 Holy Cross CS W J8 Evansville A W J10 Notre Dame A L J15 St. John’s A W (2OT) J17 Niagara A W J24 Michigan State CS W J29 Oklahoma A&M CS W J31 Kentucky CS L F3 Michigan State A W F7 Marquette CS W F10 Lawrence Tech H W F12 Regis H W F14 Notre Dame CS W F17 Saint Louis A L (OT) F21 Bradley CS W F25 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) H W F28 Saint Louis CS W

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62-51 69-48 63-47 75-51 67-46 65-40

71-40 67-61 39-54 45-65 48-44 73-60 43-61 60-53 77-45 41-57 48-38 50-47 58-51 52-45 37-44 47-59 54-41 53-47 45-52 66-50 45-80 41-58 61-50 55-51 83-50

46-30 86-39 72-33 50-74 71-61 44-46 50-43 54-53 84-34 47-40 60-50 46-52 69-66 56-53 52-42 32-31 51-68 63-49 65-49 73-47 51-37 50-46 56-58 67-48 47-33 52-42

M6 Loyola-Chicago CS National Invitation Tournament North Carolina State MSG NYU MSG Western Kentucky MSG

L

48-49

W L L

75-64 59-73 59-61

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

1948-49 Record: 16-9 (.640) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer N29 Illinois Tech H W D3 Chicago Teachers H W D8 Kentucky A L D11 Illinois CS W D13 Illinois Wesleyan H W D18 Minnesota CS L D20 Illinois A L D22 Loyola-Chicago CS L D27 Centenary H W D29 Baldwin-Wallace A W J3 Oklahoma City A W J5 Oklahoma A&M A W J11 Notre Dame A W J15 Niagara A L J18 St. John’s A W J22 Kentucky CS L J29 Oklahoma A&M CS L F1 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) H W F5 Indiana CS W F12 Loyola-Chicago CS W F14 Northern Illinois H W F19 Notre Dame CS L F26 Denver CS W F28 St. Norbert H W M5 Ohio State CS L

70-34 70-28 36-67 60-50 61-57 50-67 51-89 44-56 63-40 72-54 43-41 39-32 59-38 53-57 61-58 45-56 26-37 82-46 47-46 55-45 67-49 49-54 69-50 88-65 51-63

1949-50 Record: 12-13 (.480) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer N28 St. Norbert H W D3 Ohio State A W D6 Illinois Wesleyan H W D10 La Salle CS L D13 Indiana A L D17 Loyola-Chicago CS W D21 Kentucky A L D23 USC CS L D27 Bradley A L J4 Oklahoma A&M A W J9 Ohio State CS L J11 Notre Dame A L J14 Boston College A W J17 St. John’s A W J21 Kentucky CS L J28 Oklahoma A&M CS L F1 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) A W F4 San Francisco CS L F7 Cincinnati CS W F10 Bradley CS L F14 John Carroll A W F18 Notre Dame CS W F25 Loyola-Chicago CS L F27 Lawrence Tech A W M4 Bowling Green CS L

73-45 70-68 70-63 41-49 55-61 59-53 47-49 52-57 65-68 41-40 62-70 53-58 88-55 74-68 53-86 45-53 74-64 51-53 67-59 56-67 63-55 68-58 47-61 73-53 55-73

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)


HISTORY & RECORDS 1950-51 Record: 13-12 (.520) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F John Lahey 6-2 Sr. 13.1 F Bill Schyman 6-4 So. 4.8 C Clem Pavilonis 6-7 Sr. 13.7 G Ron Feiereisel 6-3 So. 8.9 G Bato Govedarica 5-11 Sr. 14.0 Top Subs: Gene Dyker, So., 6-5, 4.8; Bob Kampa, Sr., 6-4, 7.6; Stan Hoover, Jr., 5-11, 1.5 N28 St. Norbert H W 84-70 D2 Quincy A W 79-57 D6 Oklahoma A&M A L (2OT) 53-60 D9 Bradley CS L 63-72 D11 Illinois Wesleyan H W 92-62 D16 Illinois CS L 68-69 D18 St. Mary’s (Minn.) H W (OT) 79-72 D22 Northern Illinois A W 78-57 D28 Illinois A W 68-65 J4 Cincinnati A W 53-52 J8 Kentucky A L 55-63 J11 St. Norbert A W 75-64 J16 Manhattan A L 59-62 J20 Loyola-Chicago CS W 52-51 J23 Lawrence Tech A L 63-65 F1 Oklahoma A&M CS L 57-73 F3 Beloit CS L 60-94 F5 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) H W 85-48 F10 Notre Dame CS W 68-54 F16 Notre Dame A L 55-61 F19 Kentucky CS L 57-70 F26 North Central H W 101-70 F24 Bowling Green CS L 78-80 M3 Ohio State CS W 94-67 M8 Loyola-Chicago A L 55-58 CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)

1951-52 Record: 19-8 (.704) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Bill Schyman 6-5 Jr. 11.5 F Ray Caplis 6-3 Sr. 6.0 C Gene Dyker 6-7 Jr. 14.8 G Ron Feiereisel 6-3 Jr. 14.1 G Stan Hoover 5-10 Sr. 6.1 Top Subs: Jim Lamkin, Fr., 5-9, 9.0; Dan Lecos, So., 6-4, 5.1; Russ Johnson, Jr., 6-6, 5.2 N20 St. Norbert H W 91-45 N30 Gustavus Adolphus H W 88-61 D4 North Central A W 74-63 D6 Chicago Teachers H W 87-58 D10 Minnesota A W 64-57 D12 Northern Illinois A L 69-74 D14 Samuel Houston H W 95-47 D17 Illinois Wesleyan H W 87-47 D20 Kentucky A L 60-98 D22 Illinois A L 61-70 D27 Morningside H W 88-54 D28 St. Ambrose H W 84-62 J4 Oklahoma A&M A L 49-52 J7 Wisconsin State-Milwaukee H W 97-44 J11 Ft. Leonard Wood H W 81-70 J19 Beloit CS W 80-57 J21 Ft. Sheridan H W 84-46 J26 Illinois CS W 69-65 J28 Glenview NTS H W 99-64 F2 Cincinnati CS W 62-48 F7 Manhattan A W 66-65

F9 F14 F16 F18 F23 M1

Oklahoma A&M Notre Dame Loyola-Chicago Ft. Sheridan Kentucky Notre Dame

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)

CS A CS A CS CS

W L L W L L

53-50 70-76 63-68 56-32 61-63 77-78

1952-53 Record: 19-9 (.679) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Bill Schyman 6-5 Sr. 10.6 F Frank Blum 6-4 So. 9.8 C Russ Johnson 6-6 Sr. 11.8 G Ron Feiereisel 6-3 Sr. 18.0 G Jim Lamkin 5-9 So. 15.7 Top Subs: Dan Lecos, Jr., 6-4, 4.9; Dan Kieres, Sr., 5-11, 2.5 N28 Gonzaga H W 97-90 D1 Lewis H W 84-48 D2 St. Ambrose H W 82-61 D5 Illinois Wesleyan H W 70-56 D8 St. Norbert H W 86-58 D17 Oklahoma A&M A L 51-62 D22 Southern Illinois H W 79-69 Holiday Festival D27 La Salle MSG W 63-61 D28 Manhattan MSG L 64-73 D30 Miami (Ohio) MSG W 81-78 J2 Taylor H W 83-69 J3 Saint Louis A L 75-82 J5 Lawrence Tech H W 93-63 J10 Bradley A L 76-91 J13 Quincy H W 103-85 J17 La Salle CS W 68-62 J20 Cincinnati A W 68-67 J24 Oklahoma A&M CS W 58-47 J31 Notre Dame CS W 83-56 F3 Elmhurst H W 85-43 F7 Loyola-Chicago A W 68-43 F11 Temple A L 66-71 F14 Duquesne CS L 69-77 F21 Bradley CS W 75-69 F25 Notre Dame A L 67-93 NCAA Championship M10 Miami (Ohio) AC W 74-72 M13 Indiana CS L 80-82 M14 Pennsylvania CS L 70-90 AC = Allen County Coliseum (Fort Wayne, Ind.) | CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

1953-54 Record: 11-10 (.524) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Ed Curtin 6-1 So. 5.0 F Frank Blum 6-4 Jr. 11.6 C Ken Jaksy 6-5 So. 11.1 G Jim Lamkin 5-9 Jr. 19.3 G Ron Sobieszczyk 6-3 So. 14.3 Top Subs: Bernard Skul, Jr., 6-4, 4.8; Dan Lecos, Sr., 6-4, 4.1; Mike Donohue, Jr., 6-2, 1.5 N27 Ripon H W 81-36 D1 Illinois Wesleyan H W 73-63 D4 Wisconsin State-Milwaukee H W 102-47 D7 St. Norbert H W 90-47 D10 Manchester (Ind.) H W 82-59 D15 Illinois-Normal H W 98-68 D19 Illinois A L 65-79 D21 St. Mary’s (Minn.) H W 81-65

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NO NO H A H CS CS A CS A CS H CS

L L W L W L L L L L L W W (OT)

CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | NO = New Orleans, La.

55-69 61-65 99-62 63-81 94-42 61-71 53-59 69-80 70-86 71-86 61-76 81-75 80-76

1954-55 Record: 16-6 (.727) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Bill Robinzine 6-2 Jr. 15.0 F Frank Blum 6-4 Sr. 12.1 C Ken Jaksy 6-5 Jr. 13.0 G Jim Lamkin 5-9 Sr. 10.3 G Ron Sobieszczyk 6-3 Jr. 17.3 Top Subs: Bernie Skul, Sr., 6-4, 4.8; Ed Curtin, Jr., 6-1, 4.2 D2 Kalamazoo H W 98-46 D4 Minnesota CS W 94-93 D7 Illinois-Normal H W 92-55 D11 Minnesota H L 84-94 D14 Quincy H W 72-22 D17 Taylor H W 112-69 D22 Michigan State A W 76-75 D28 Lawrence Tech H W 109-60 D30 Manchester (Minn.) H W 103-74 J4 John Carroll H W 88-55 J6 Elmhurst H W 101-60 J10 Kentucky A L 59-92 J14 St. Ambrose H W 104-62 J19 Bradley A W 65-62 J29 Michigan State CS L 72-88 J31 Illinois Wesleyan H W 89-78 F5 Manhattan CS L 70-71 F7 St. Norbert H W 76-61 F12 Bradley CS W 82-70 F19 Kentucky CS L 72-76 F26 Notre Dame CS W 81-77 M1 Notre Dame A L 61-72 CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)

1955-56 Record: 16-8 (.667) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Bill Robinzine 6-2 Sr. 15.5 F Richard Heise 6-5 Jr. 7.8 C Ken Jaksy 6-5 Sr. 17.3 G Ed Curtin 6-1 Sr. 6.9 G Ron Sobieszczyk 6-3 Sr. 22.5 Top Subs: Chuck Henry, So., 6-3, 5.2; Sherman Rosen, Jr., 6-2, 3.0; Chester Tabor, So., 6-2, 2.0 D1 Illinois Wesleyan H W 82-66 D3 Minnesota A L 78-82 D6 Wisconsin State-Milwaukee H W 86-68 D10 Penn State CS W 84-62 D12 Kentucky A L 69-71 DePaul Invitational D16 Duquesne CS W 68-64 D17 San Francisco CS L 59-82 D19 Illinois A L 79-97

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D21 Wayland (Texas) D28 Ohio State J3 Illinois-Normal J7 Notre Dame J10 Paris (France) J14 Bradley J18 Saint Louis J28 Illinois J30 Lawrence Tech F4 Brandeis F14 Manchester (Ind.) F18 Kentucky F21 Lewis F25 Notre Dame M1 Manhattan NCAA Championship M12 Wayne State

H A H A CS CS A A H CS H CS H CS A

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

84-56 72-83 102-77 77-74 71-45 91-76 71-89 66-80 98-58 99-71 84-74 81-79 91-77 80-74 86-70

AC

L

63-72

AC = Allen County Coliseum (Fort Wayne, Ind.) | CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)

1956-57 Record: 8-14 (.364) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Richard Heise 6-5 Sr. 24.3 F Chuck Henry 6-3 Jr. 12.8 C Hugh Naughton 6-6 Jr. 7.4 G Ron Lakin 5-11 Jr. 13.2 G Chester Tabor 6-2 Jr. 3.7 Top Subs: Sherman Rosen, Sr., 6-2, 12.4; Tom Meier, So., 5-10, 1.6 D1 Illinois Wesleyan H W 82-66 D5 Marquette A L (OT) 60-61 D8 Dayton H W 67-59 D12 Purdue A L 78-83 D15 Bowling Green H L 81-87 D18 Wichita State H W 71-61 Dixie Classic D27 Wake Forest RA L 68-74 D28 Iowa RA W (OT) 73-72 D29 Utah RA L 79-86 J5 Louisville H L 67-86 J12 Memphis State A L 81-85 J15 Duquesne A L 70-76 J19 Miami (Ohio) H L 70-80 J26 Western Kentucky H L (OT) 76-80 J30 Dayton A L 58-75 F2 Saint Louis H W 97-95 F9 Portland H W 74-69 F12 Illinois-Normal H W 87-77 F16 Baldwin Wallace H W 75-70 F23 Notre Dame A L 80-95 F27 Louisville A L 76-97 M2 Notre Dame H L 73-85 RA = Raleigh, N.C.

1957-58 Record: 8-12 (.400) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F McKinley Cowsen 6-4 So. 12.1 F Paul Ruddy 6-5 So. 12.2 C Bill Coglianese 6-6 So. 10.8 G Ron Lakin 5-11 Sr. 9.1 G Mike Salzinski 6-2 So. 8.6 Top Subs: Chester Tabor, Sr., 6-2, 9.0; Dick Feiereisel, So., 6-0, 4.8 D2 Nebraska Wesleyan H W 71-45 D7 Illinois A L 70-75 D10 Bowling Green A L 69-82


HISTORY & RECORDS D14 D17 J4 J7 J11 J13 J15 J18 J25 F1 F4 F12 F15 F18 F26 M4

Creighton Purdue Dayton Creighton Duquesne Louisville Notre Dame Portland Illinois-Normal Indiana Western Kentucky Dayton Miami (Ohio) Canisius Louisville Notre Dame

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

L W L W W W L W (OT) W L L L L W L L

1958-59 Record: 13-11 (.542) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F McKinley Cowsen 6-4 Jr. F Mike Salzinski 6-2 Jr. C Jim Flemming 6-6 Jr. G Bill Haig 6-0 So. G Howie Carl 5-10 So. Top Sub: Paul Ruddy, Jr., 6-5, 6.9 D1 Christian Brothers H W D6 Baldwin-Wallace H W D10 Purdue A L D13 Bowling Green H W D20 Evansville A L D27 Miami (Ohio) H L J3 Duquesne A W J10 Dayton H L J13 Notre Dame H W J16 Valparaiso H W J21 Western Michigan A W J31 Indiana A L F6 Western Kentucky H W F9 Marquette H W F11 Dayton A L F13 Western Michigan H W F17 Louisville H W F21 Notre Dame A L F25 Louisville A L F28 Canisius A W M4 Marquette A L NCAA Championship M7 Portland PO W M13 Kansas State LW L M14 TCU LW L

55-67 60-55 60-69 62-56 63-54 62-60 61-79 79-76 65-58 66-76 62-77 53-62 64-69 69-63 55-73 71-75

12.9 7.6 9.4 12.8 19.2 63-57 89-48 71-89 73-70 77-86 67-74 70-59 60-62 69-66 89-64 76-65 69-75 80-70 89-80 69-88 65-63 70-63 67-76 66-83 73-67 69-82 57-56 70-102 65-71

LW = Allen Fieldhouse (Lawrence, Kan.) | PO = Pacific International Livestock Pavilion (Portland, Ore.)

1959-60 Record: 17-7 (.708) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F McKinley Cowsen 6-4 Sr. 13.1 F Mike Salzinski 6-2 Sr. 7.7 C Jim Flemming 6-6 Jr. 9.4 G Bill Haig 6-0 Jr. 12.5 G Howie Carl 5-10 Jr. 19.7 Top Subs: Paul Ruddy, Sr., 6-5, 6.0; Dick Flaiz, So., 5-10, 2.0 D1 Illinois Wesleyan H W 95-50 D7 Western Kentucky H W 83-56 D10 Bowling Green A W 74-68 D12 North Dakota H W 85-43 D15 Purdue H W 87-65

D17 Ohio D28 Marquette D30 Baldwin-Wallace J2 Louisville J6 Western Kentucky J12 Notre Dame J16 Valparaiso J23 Miami (Ohio) J30 Indiana F5 Army F13 Louisville F17 Dayton F20 Notre Dame F23 Marquette F27 Creighton M5 Dayton NCAA Championship M7 Air Force M11 Cincinnati M12 Texas

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

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

77-54 75-55 77-43 74-75 65-86 70-73 82-64 81-79 78-82 74-69 85-76 70-66 58-70 65-63 82-65 66-67

H AF AF

W L W

69-63 59-99 67-61

AF = Ahern Fieldhouse (Manhattan, Kan.)

1960-61 Record: 17-8 (.680) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F M.C. Thompson 6-5 Jr. F Jim Flemming 6-6 Sr. C Bill Debes 6-9 So. G Bill Haig 6-0 Sr. G Howie Carl 5-10 Sr. Top Sub: Dick Cook, So., 6-5, 4.2 D2 Baldwin-Wallace H W D7 Illinois Wesleyan H W D9 North Dakota H W D14 Bowling Green H W D23 Marquette H W D27 Miami (Ohio) H W D30 Western Michigan H W J2 Western Ontario H W J7 Dayton A W J10 Ohio A W J14 Louisville H W J17 Notre Dame A L J19 Western Michigan A L J28 Indiana A L J31 Christian Brothers H W F4 Western Kentucky A L F8 Marquette A L F11 Tampa H W F16 Providence A L F18 St. Bonaventure A L F22 Louisville A W F25 Notre Dame H W F27 Youngstown State H W M4 Dayton H W National Invitation Tournament Providence MSG L MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

16.3 9.7 8.3 10.7 21.0 72-56 62-58 83-62 62-60 81-78 72-70 81-60 55-50 75-64 69-60 78-70 58-61 60-85 78-81 92-71 65-71 64-87 101-68 77-81 69-78 75-67 78-57 89-55 84-83 67-73

1961-62 Record: 13-10 (.565) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F M.C. Thompson 6-5 Jr. 16.3 F Dick Cook 6-5 Jr. 14.6 C Bill Debes 6-9 Jr. 11.0 G Joe Reuter 6-2 Jr. 5.3 G Emmette Bryant 6-1 So. 13.2 Top Subs: Elgin Dorsey, So., 6-3, 7.0; Jerry Meier, Sr., 5-11,

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A H H H H H

W W W W W W

D L D W H L H W H L A L H L H L (2OT) H W H W A W (3OT) H L A L A L H W H W A L

66-56 102-79 72-51 79-50 70-60 68-63 60-70 96-59 68-75 78-56 89-98 80-88 81-82 88-90 79-49 86-78 79-78 69-88 83-99 51-83 77-59 87-80 61-77

1962-63 Record: 15-8 (.652) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F M.C. Thompson 6-5 Sr. 15.6 F Dick Cook 6-5 Sr. 14.4 C Bill Debes 6-9 Sr. 7.9 G Jim Murphy 6-2 So. 10.7 G Emmette Bryant 6-1 Jr. 13.5 Top Subs: Dennis Freund, Jr., 6-1, 8.9; Jesse Nash, Jr., 6-4, 8.1; Dan Laffey, Sr., 6-0, 1.6 D1 NE State College H W 73-45 D8 Aquinas H W 92-72 D15 Minnesota H W 76-74 D22 Marquette H W 79-72 D28 Western Michigan A W (OT) 91-90 D29 Detroit A W 82-77 J2 Baldwin-Wallace H W 89-71 J5 Western Ontario H W 70-45 J9 Notre Dame A L 62-82 J16 Notre Dame H W 83-69 J19 Dayton A L 56-57 J26 Indiana A L 75-76 J28 Bowling Green H W 55-53 F2 Louisville H W 78-73 F7 Providence A L 59-77 F9 St. Bonaventure A L 67-71 F16 Marquette A L 81-87 F19 Gannon H W 83-48 F23 Christian Brothers H W 84-55 F27 Louisville A L (OT) 69-71 M2 Western Kentucky H W 88-86 M9 Dayton H W 68-66 National Invitation Tournament Villanova MSG L 51-63 MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

1963-64 Record: 21-4 (.840) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Jesse Nash 6-4 Sr. F Jim Murphy 6-2 Sr.

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17.5 15.9

C Dave Mills 6-10 So. 12.4 G Emmette Bryant 6-2 Sr. 17.5 G Dennis Freund 6-1 Sr. 14.2 Top Subs: Tom Meyer, So., 6-0, 5.5; Don Swanson, 6-2, So., 4.1; Terry Flanagan, So., 5-8, 4.0 N30 North Dakota H W 80-56 D5 Idaho State H W 78-67 D7 California-Davis H W 98-59 D9 Lawrence Tech H W 105-56 D14 Providence H W 82-64 D21 Marquette H W 90-69 Queen City Tournament D26 Canisius BF W 102-79 D28 Xavier BF W 86-80 J4 Western Kentucky A W 99-82 J8 Notre Dame A W 86-73 J11 Portland H W 111-83 J18 Dayton H W 89-83 J27 Indiana H W 85-78 F1 Louisville H L 79-83 F5 Notre Dame H W 90-75 F8 Memphis State A L 68-99 F12 Marquette A W 72-69 F15 Western Ontario H W 98-58 F19 St. Bonaventure H W 81-76 F21 American H W 85-59 F26 Louisville A W 70-66 F29 Duquesne H W 84-65 M5 Bowling Green A L 80-89 M7 Dayton A W 79-73 National Invitation Tournament NYU MSG L 66-79 BF = Buffalo, N.Y.

1964-65 Record: 17-10 (.630) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Don Swanson 6-2 Jr. 17.5 F Errol Palmer 6-5 So. 10.6 C Dave Mills 6-10 Jr. 8.4 G Tom Meyer 6.1 Jr. 10.7 G Jim Murphy 6-2 Sr. 17.5 Top Subs: Jesse Nash, Sr., 6-4, 14.7; Terry Flanagan, Jr., 5-7, 4.3; Ed Birgells, Jr., 6-6, 2.0 D1 NE Missouri State H W 80-60 D3 Christian Brothers H W 80-59 D5 North Dakota H W 86-58 D12 Middle Tennessee St. H W 89-68 D14 Indiana A L 78-91 D19 Louisville A L 69-70 D23 Seattle H W 91-77 Oklahoma City Tournament D28 Florida State OC W 52-44 D29 BYU OC W 84-75 D30 Oklahoma City OC W 67-60 J2 Marquette H W 72-54 J5 Memphis State H W 99-70 J9 Western Ontario H W 118-44 J16 Dayton A W 63-59 J19 Duquesne A L 69-73 J23 Bowling Green H W 94-64 J30 Niagara H W 97-59 F4 Providence A L 70-72 F6 Villanova A L 67-85 F10 Notre Dame A L 59-62 F13 Marquette A W 67-61 F19 Portland H W 77-64


HISTORY & RECORDS F27 Notre Dame M6 Dayton NCAA Championship M9 Eastern Kentucky M12 Vanderbilt M16 Dayton

H H BG LX LX

W L

67-83 64-71

W L (OT) L

99-52 78-83 69-75

BG = E.A. Diddle Arena (Bowling Green, Ky.) | LX = Memorial Coliseum (Lexington, Ky.) | OC = Oklahoma City, Okla.

1965-66 Record: 18-8 (.692) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Don Swanson 6-2 Sr. 18.0 F Errol Palmer 6-5 Jr. 12.6 C Dave Mills 6-10 Sr. 13.0 G Tom Meyer 6-1 Sr. 14.1 G Terry Flanagan 5-7 Sr. 11.0 Top Subs: Mike Norris, Jr., 6-1, 5.9; Rich Shealey, So., 6-4, 3.7 D1 Illinois Wesleyan H W 77-55 D4 Marquette A W 82-69 D8 Louisville H W 87-62 D11 Christian Brothers H W 114-75 D16 Iona A W 82-37 D18 St. Joseph’s (N.M.) H W 96-74 D27 Baldwin-Wallace H W 102-65 Gator Bowl Tournament D29 Florida JV L 64-72 D30 Alabama JV W 80-64 J4 North Dakota A L 74-85 J8 Dayton H L 70-81 J10 Western Ontario H W 120-51 J15 Notre Dame H W 97-71 J18 Niagara A W 81-61 J22 Loyola (Calif.) H W 84-60 F1 Indiana H W 100-79 F5 St. Bonaventure A L 69-73 F9 Marquette A W 76-70 F12 Bowling Green A W 77-62 F14 Providence H L 57-61 F19 Duquesne H W 79-69 F23 Notre Dame A W 79-71 F26 Dayton A L 73-76 M1 Steubenville H W 101-76 M5 Villanova H L 73-76 National Invitation Tournament NYU MSG L 65-88 JV = Jacksonville, Fla. | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

1966-67 Record: 17-8 (.680) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Errol Palmer 6-5 Sr. 12.8 F Rich Shealey 6-4 Jr. 10.0 C Bob Zoretich 6-7 Jr. 12.4 G Mike Norris 6-1 Sr. 17.2 G Bob Mattingly 6-3 Sr. 6.7 Top Subs: Al Zetzsche, So., 6-3, 7.4; Pete Ortolano, Sr., 6-2, 4.0; George Poulos, Jr., 5-9, 3.2 D3 North Dakota H W 82-47 D7 St. John’s (Minn.) H W 85-64 D10 USC H L 79-82 D14 Baldwin-Wallace H W 89-39 D17 Villanova A W 69-61 Oklahoma City Tournament D27 Stanford OC L 75-88 D29 Massachusetts OC L 77-85 D30 Arizona State OC W 93-59

J4 J7 J 9 J14 J17 J21 J27 J30 F4 F8 F11 F17 F19 F22 F25 F28 M4

Bellarmine Marquette St. Bonaventure Notre Dame Bowling Green Dayton Niagara Indiana Marquette Notre Dame Xavier Aquinas Duquesne UW-Milwaukee Detroit Providence Dayton

OC = Oklahoma City, Okla.

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

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

64-63 65-68 76-73 72-76 73-72 65-81 78-65 70-72 79-74 56-49 71-60 114-64 67-77 77-48 97-62 67-68 84-79

1967-68 Record: 13-12 (.520) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Ken Warzynski 6-7 So. 13.9 F Rich Shealey 6-3 Sr. 8.5 C Bob Zoretich 6-7 Sr. 14.1 G Bob Mattingly 6-3 Sr. 3.7 G Al Zetzsche 6-3 Jr. 15.3 Top Subs: Tom Tracy, So., 6-3, 7.7; George Poulos, Sr., 5-9, 5.3; Tom Hunter, So., 6-4, 4.2 D2 Augustana H W 111-79 D4 Central Missouri State H W 89-72 D8 St. John’s (Minn.) H W 103-55 D20 Iowa State H W 67-63 D22 Loyola (Calif.) H L 77-82 D27 Tennessee Tech H W 88-68 D30 Bellarmine H W 75-62 J3 Marquette A L 50-72 J6 UW-Milwaukee H W 82-69 J10 St. Bonaventure A L 67-77 J13 Notre Dame H L 68-75 J16 Niagara A W 79-72 J20 Dayton A W 70-65 J24 Illinois Wesleyan H W 93-77 J27 Northern Illinois H W 57-55 J29 Indiana H W 79-78 J31 Xavier A L 78-97 F3 Marquette H L 53-58 F6 Notre Dame A L (OT) 85-91 F10 Villanova H L 48-57 F12 Providence H L 60-71 F14 Duquesne H L 69-79 F17 Dayton H L 58-70 F24 Detroit H W (2OT) 111-107 M2 Bowling Green A L 61-89 1968-69 Record: 14-11 (.560) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Al Zetzsche 6-3 Sr. 15.2 F Tom Hunter 6-4 Jr. 5.1 C Ken Warzynski 6-7 Jr. 19.6 G Joey Meyer 6-1 So. 16.2 G Tom Tracy 6-3 Jr. 12.0 Top Subs: Sevira Brown, Sr., 6-3, 4.5; Paul Pomplun, Jr., 6-7, 4.0; Ed Goode, So., 6-1, 3.9 N30 Doane H W 95-62 D2 NE Missouri State H W 94-64 D7 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) H W 93-78

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H H

W W

100-65 107-84

A PH PH H H A H H A A A H H H A H H A H A

L W W W L L W L L L L W L W L W (OT) W L W L

64-74 95-86 83-63 81-79 72-77 60-66 86-77 83-86 57-81 66-87 62-83 83-74 63-85 111-79 56-66 72-71 86-74 68-87 85-75 57-63

1969-70 Record: 12-13 (.480) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Sevira Brown 6-3 Sr. 15.2 F Tom Hunter 6-4 Sr. 5.1 C Ken Warzynski 6-7 Jr. 19.6 G Joey Meyer 6-1 Jr. 16.2 G Tom Tracy 6-3 Sr. 12.0 Top Subs: Ed Goode, Jr., 6-1, 5.8; Paul Pomplun, Sr., 6-7, 5.6; Chuck Zagozdon, Jr., 6-0, 1.0 D1 Michigan Lutheran A W 97-76 D6 Southwest Louisiana H W 86-61 D9 John F. Kennedy H W 90-55 D13 East Tennessee State H W 84-77 D15 Parsons H W 101-79 D17 Saint Mary’s (Calif.) H W 93-89 D20 Nevada H W 104-71 D22 Providence H L 78-79 D30 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) H L 85-86 J3 Harvard H L 84-90 J7 Xavier A W 73-71 J10 Marquette H L 60-72 J14 Notre Dame A L 73-96 J17 Dayton A L 75-79 J21 St. Bonaventure A L 59-83 J27 Indiana H W 75-70 J31 Northern Illinois H W 88-73 F3 Missouri-St. Louis H W 87-74 F7 Niagara A L 73-79 F11 Duquesne H L 76-100 F14 Marquette A L 60-79 F16 UW-Milwaukee H W 90-72 F21 Dayton H W 63-74 F25 Northern Illinois A L 76-87 F28 Villanova H L 90-102 1970-71 Record: 8-17 (.320) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Al Burks 6-2 So. F Harry Shields 6-5 So. C Don Reising 6-5 So. G Joey Meyer 6-1 Sr.

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14.5 8.5 1.9 19.2

G Nick Hirtzig 6-3 Jr. 12.4 Top Subs: Paul Gilliam, Sr., 6-5, 6.7; Doug Bruno, So., 6-1, 2.1; Jerry Schaefer, So., 6-0, 2.0 D3 VCU H W 100-77 D5 St. Bonaventure H L 68-79 D12 Northwestern A L 77-91 D14 Parsons H W 86-71 Kentucky Invitational D18 Kentucky A L 85-106 D19 Kansas State LX L 68-78 D22 Spring Hill H W 94-65 All College Tournament D26 LSU OC L 72-91 D28 Oklahoma City A L 69-73 D29 San Francisco OC L 57-77 J2 Illinois Wesleyan H W 88-71 J9 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) H W 85-71 J13 Villanova A L 59-99 J16 Dayton H L 71-76 J23 Marquette A L 51-73 J25 Niagara H L 72-83 J28 Duquesne A L 74-90 F2 Drake A L 80-93 F6 Marquette A L 51-73 F13 Notre Dame H L 76-107 F16 UW-Milwaukee H W 81-66 F20 Dayton A L 60-92 F25 Providence A L 64-74 F27 Mankato H W 87-74 M3 Xavier H W 84-76 LX = Lexington, Ky. | OC = Oklahoma City, Okla.

1971-72 Record: 12-11 (.522) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Al Burks 6-2 Jr. 20.3 F Mike Gillespie 6-6 So. 15.2 C Frank Stevenson 6-6 So. 2.3 G Doug Bruno 6-1 Jr. 6.4 G Nick Hirtzig 6-3 Jr. 12.4 Top Subs: Jim Marino, So., 6-5, 11.1; Harry Shields, Jr., 6-6, 6.4; John Lawler, Sr., 6-3, 3.1 D4 Rocky Mountain H W 108-84 D11 Niagara A L 87-108 D15 St. Bonaventure A L 66-80 D18 Providence H L 64-75 D20 Parsons H W 93-75 J4 Dubuque H W 83-61 J8 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) H W 82-70 J15 Dayton A W 75-72 J19 UW-Green Bay H W 79-67 J22 Marquette A L 61-70 J26 Eastern Illinois H W 75-68 J29 Villanova H L 83-94 J31 UW-Milwaukee H W 80-79 F5 Marquette H L 61-79 F7 South Carolina A L 67-91 F12 Notre Dame A L 78-93 F15 Northwestern CS W 74-72 F19 Lewis H W 90-82 F23 Duquesne H L 65-70 F26 Xavier A L 62-71 M1 Toledo A L (OT) 66-70 M4 UNC Charlotte H W 94-83 M6 Drake H W 94-76 CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.)


HISTORY & RECORDS 1972-73 Record: 14-11 (.560) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Mike Gillespie 6-6 Jr. 11.7 F Harry Shields 6-6 Sr. 4.9 C Bill Robinzine, Jr. 6-7 So. 13.6 G Jim Bocinsky 6-1 So. 7.3 G Greg Boyd 5-9 So. 17.5 Top Subs: Nick Hirtzig, Sr., 6-9, 9.3; Doug Bruno, Sr., 6-1, 4.1; Andy Pancratz, Fr., 6-9, 3.3 N29 St. Mary’s (Minn.) H W 79-54 D5 Northwestern H W 88-80 D9 Drake A L 75-86 D12 Winona State H W 87-57 D16 St. Bonaventure H W 70-68 D23 Providence A L 80-107 D28 Long Island H W 93-61 D30 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) H W 82-64 J2 Eastern Illinois H W 76-58 J5 Marquette A L 59-60 J8 Westmont H W 86-69 J11 Notre Dame H L 67-72 J16 Manhattan H L 59-68 J22 South Carolina A L 66-84 J27 Dayton H L 74-82 J30 Duquesne A L 71-85 F3 Marquette H L 55-70 F7 Xavier H W 69-67 F9 Villanova A W 89-80 F14 UNC Charlotte A L 70-74 F17 Lewis H W 102-70 F19 UW-Green Bay H L 62-63 F24 Niagara H W 87-81 F28 Toledo H W 67-65 1973-74 Record: 16-9 (.640) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Bill Robinzine, Jr. 6-7 Jr. 16.8 F Mike Gillespie 6-6 Sr. 13.5 C Andy Pancratz 6-9 So. 8.8 G Jim Bocinsky 6-1 Jr. 13.8 G Greg Boyd 5-9 Jr. 15.8 Top Subs: Roman Sukley, Jr., 6-7, 4.9; Richard Sloger, Jr., 6-9, 4.1; Jim Marino, Sr., 6-6, 3.3 D1 St. Mary’s (Minn.) H W 82-72 D6 Washington State H W 67-45 D8 Northwestern A L 65-76 D10 Rocky Mountain H W 91-73 Volunteer Classic D14 Tennessee A L 61-96 D15 Utah State KN L 93-102 D17 California State H W 94-63 D22 Providence H L 75-93 Hall of Fame Tournament D28 Brown SP W 75-69 D29 Massachusetts SP L 52-55 J5 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) A W 89-71 J7 Niagara A W 88-77 J9 St. Bonaventure A W 79-77 J12 Marquette A L 59-63 J16 Marshall H W 76-68 J19 Lewis H W 99-73 J26 Dayton A L 71-85 J31 Notre Dame A L 72-101 F2 Marquette H L 57-70 F9 Xavier A W 77-70 F16 Villanova H W 65-63

F20 F23 F27 M2

UW-Green Bay Saint Leo Duquesne Marshall

H H H A

KN = Knoxville, Tenn. | SP = Springfield, Mass.

W W W W

55-44 89-52 94-85 83-80

1974-75 Record: 15-10 (.600) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Bill Robinzine, Jr. 6-7 Jr. 16.8 F Andy Pancratz 6-9 Jr. 2.7 C Dave Corzine 6-11 Fr. 12.2 G Jim Bocinsky 6-1 Sr. 10.9 G Greg Boyd 5-9 Sr. 10.9 Top Subs: Ron Norwood, So., 6-4, 14.3; Roman Suckley, Sr., 6-7, 3.9; Al Baris, Sr., 6-5, 3.8 N30 UCLA A L 64-79 D5 Saint Mary’s (Calif.) H W 77-70 D9 Gonzaga A W 80-73 D11 Washington State A L 69-83 D14 St. Bonaventure H W 89-72 D16 Rhode Island H W 50-48 D19 San Jose State H W (OT) 75-73 D21 Providence A L 71-85 D28 Marshall H W 104-77 D30 Northwestern H W 77-63 J3 Marquette A L 60-61 J6 Niagara H L 63-64 J9 Manhattan H W 90-75 J11 UW-Green Bay H W 85-59 J18 Lewis H W 95-69 J20 St. Mary’s (Minn.) H W 109-68 J25 Dayton H W 86-80 J29 Marshall A L 96-107 F1 Marquette H L 69-72 F5 Virginia Tech A L 74-87 F8 St. Xavier H W 94-71 F6 Duquesne A L 64-66 F22 Notre Dame H W 75-70 M1 Cincinnati A L 88-96 M5 Indiana State H W 89-66 1975-76 Record: 20-9 (.690) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Joe Ponsetto 6-7 So. 16.4 F Curtis Watkins 6-5 Fr. 9.2 C Dave Corzine 6-11 So. 15.5 G Ron Norwood 6-4 Jr. 19.3 G Randy Ramsey 6-1 So. 3.6 Top Subs: Andy Pancratz, Sr., 6-9, 7.5; Gary Garland, Fr., 6-4, 7.5; Randy Hook, So., 6-1, 1.7 N28 St. Ambrose H W 85-67 Sun Devil Classic D5 Memphis State TA W 100-91 D6 Arizona State A L 67-74 D9 Drake H W 83-72 D13 Louisville A W 78-76 D16 Lewis H W 92-67 D18 Northwestern A W 65-57 Motor City Classic D26 George Washington D W 73-57 D27 Detroit A L 67-74 D30 LSU A W 70-67 J3 Providence H W 91-66 J10 Loyola-Chicago H W 100-77 J14 Marquette H L 72-79 J17 Niagara A L 61-81

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL J19 St. Bonaventure J24 St. Xavier J28 Notre Dame J31 Dayton F3 Duquesne F7 Rhode Island F11 Indiana State F14 Marshall F16 Virginia Tech F18 Marquette F21 Cincinnati F25 Villanova F28 UW-Green Bay NCAA Championship M13 Virginia M18 VMI

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

L W L W W L W (OT) W W L W W W

82-101 102-70 68-89 84-72 89-75 70-71 71-62 118-62 73-65 53-64 70-60 72-63 67-60

CH GC

W L (OT)

69-60 66-71

CH = Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) | D = Detroit, Mich. | GC = Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) | TA = Tempe, Ariz.

1976-77 Record: 15-12 (.556) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Joe Ponsetto 6-7 Jr. 12.7 F Curtis Watkins 6-5 So. 10.9 C Dave Corzine 6-11 Jr. 19.0 G Ron Norwood 6-4 Sr. 11.8 G Randy Ramsey 6-1 Jr. 4.0 Top Subs: William Dise, Jr., 6-5, 7.9; Gary Garland, So., 6-4, 7.5; Randy Hook, Jr., 6-1, 1.7 N27 UCLA A L 69-76 D1 Northwestern A W (OT) 75-73 D4 Saint Mary’s (Calif.) H W 89-75 D6 Wisconsin A L 66-68 D10 Gonzaga H W 77-53 D12 Maryland A L 74-92 D17 Indiana A L 42-50 D20 Army H W 77-66 D22 Niagara H W 66-58 D27 Bradley A W 86-80 J5 St. Bonaventure H W 85-74 J8 Loyola-Chicago A L 66-72 J16 UW-Green Bay A L 50-57 J19 Illinois Wesleyan H W 82-63 J22 Dayton A W 74-67 J24 Bradley H W 93-73 J29 Marquette H L 64-85 J31 Creighton H L 75-84 F3 Duquesne A L 72-84 F9 Providence A L 73-84 F12 Loyola-Chicago H W 94-76 F14 Marquette A W (2OT) 77-72 F16 Eastern Michigan H W 93-75 F21 Marshall A W 93-74 F26 Saint Louis A L 63-70 F28 Valparaiso H W 88-72 M5 Notre Dame H L 68-76 1977-78 Record: 27-3 (.900) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Joe Ponsetto 6-7 Jr. 12.7 F Curtis Watkins 6-5 Jr. 12.6 C Dave Corzine 6-11 Sr. 21.0 G Gary Garland 6-4 Jr. 13.6 G Randy Ramsey 6-1 Sr. 3.8 Top Subs: William Dise, Sr., 6-5, 8.5; Clyde Bradshaw, 6-0, Fr., 6.1; Randy Hook, Sr., 6-1, 1.7 N26 Butler H W 93-65

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D3 Evansville D5 Bradley D10 Wichita State D14 Wisconsin D17 Northwestern D21 LSU D23 Centneary Kodak Classic D28 Penn State D29 Yale J2 Western Michigan J7 Loyola-Chicago J10 Eastern Michigan J14 Bradley J18 Marquette J21 Dayton J23 Saint Louis J28 Providence F1 Creighton F4 Oral Roberts F7 Duquesne F12 Notre Dame F16 UW-Green Bay F18 Loyola-Chicago F22 Air Force M1 Valparaiso M4 Illinois State NCAA Championship M12 Creighton M17 Louisville M19 Notre Dame

H H H A H A A

W W W W W L W

94-71 89-85 89-84 85-62 83-79 67-68 96-77

RC W RC W H W H W A W A W A L H W H W H W A W (3OT) H W H W A W (OT) H W A W A W A W H W

82-67 100-52 92-61 93-73 91-83 80-66 74-80 74-70 100-81 78-68 85-82 63-57 83-58 69-68 55-49 83-73 54-41 89-62 96-84

WI W LW W (2OT) LW L

80-78 90-89 64-84

LW = Allen Fieldhouse (Lawrence, Kan.) | RC = Rochester, N.Y. | WI = Levitt Arena (Wichita, Kan.)

1978-79 Record: 26-6 (.813) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Mark Aguirre 6-7 Fr. 24.0 F Curtis Watkins 6-6 Sr. 17.0 C James Mitchem 6-9 Jr. 8.3 G Gary Garland 6-5 Sr. 17.0 G Clyde Bradshaw 6-0 So. 11.0 Top Subs: Dennis McGuire, So., 6-7, 3.9; Bill Madey, Jr., 6-8, 1.4; Chris Nikitas, Fr., 6-2, 1.4 N25 UCLA A L 85-108 N29 Evansville A W 74-55 D2 Northern Illinois H W 108-86 D4 Eastern Michigan H W 96-68 D9 Butler A W 81-62 D13 Wichita State A L 92-95 D16 Wisconsin H W 84-78 D19 Northwestern H W 90-83 D23 Bradley A W 51-50 D30 Creighton H W 88-70 J2 Georgia Tech H W 77-71 J6 Air Force H W 86-66 J9 Providence A W 84-75 J13 Loyola-Chicago H W 80-73 J20 Dayton A L 64-68 J27 Illinois State A W 87-69 J31 Western Michigan A L 80-82 F3 Oral Roberts A W 75-72 F8 Loyola-Chicago A W 77-73 F10 Centenary H W 82-66 F14 Ball State A W 85-76 F17 Villanova H W 69-66 F21 Valparaiso H W 104-76


HISTORY & RECORDS F24 Marquette F27 UAB M2 Notre Dame M5 Loyola-Chicago NCAA Championship M11 USC M15 Marquette M17 UCLA M24 Indiana State M26 Pennsylvania

H H H A

W W W L

61-60 88-77 76-72 99-101

LA PU PU SC SC

W W W L W

89-78 62-56 95-91 74-76 96-93

LA = Pauley Pavilion (Los Angeles, Calif.) | PU = Marriott Center (Provo, Utah) | SC = Huntsman Center (Salt Lake City, Utah)

1979-80 Record: 26-2 (.929) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Terry Cummings 6-9 Fr. 14.2 F Mark Aguirre 6-7 So. 26.8 C James Mitchem 6-9 Sr. 7.6 G Skip Dillard 6-2 So. 12.1 G Clyde Bradshaw 6-0 Jr. 10.5 Top Subs: Teddy Grubbs, Fr., 6-3, 7.8; Bernard Randolph, Fr., 6-5, 4.4; Dennis Moore, Jr., 6-1, 2.5 D5 Wisconsin H W 90-77 D10 Texas H W 66-60 D12 Northern Illinois A W (OT) 57-55 D15 UCLA A W 99-94 D19 Eastern Michigan A W 57-55 Chicagoland Cage Classic D21 Northwestern A W 81-75 D22 Loyola-Chicago EI W 92-85 D29 Bradley H W 68-61 J2 Missouri A W 92-79 J5 Loyola-Chicago A W 80-75 J7 Ball State H W 96-79 J12 Marquette A W 92-85 J15 Lamar H W 61-59 J18 Maine H W 93-79 J20 LSU H W 78-73 J22 UAB A W 57-54 J26 Evansville H W 105-94 J28 Creighton A W 84-73 F2 North Texas State H W 102-71 F9 Dayton H W 65-63 F13 Valparaiso A W 95-71 F16 Butler H W 103-79 F18 La Salle H W 92-75 F21 Wagner A W 105-79 F23 Loyola-Chicago H W 94-87 F27 Notre Dame A L (2OT) 74-76 M1 Illinois State H W 97-81 NCAA Championship M9 UCLA TA L 71-77 EI = Welsh-Ryan Arena (Evanston, Ill.) | TA = Activity Center (Tempe, Ariz.)

1980-81 Record: 27-2 (.931) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Teddy Grubbs 6-3 So. 8.7 F Mark Aguirre 6-7 Jr. 23.0 C Terry Cummings 6-9 So. 13.0 G Skip Dillard 6-3 Jr. 12.4 G Clyde Bradshaw 6-0 Sr. 9.5 Top Subs: Bernard Randolph, So., 6-5, 8.3; Jerry McMillan, Fr., 6-4, 2.3; Dennis Moore, Sr., 6-1, 1.2 Tip Off Classic N22 Louisville SP W 86-80 D1 Gonzaga H W 74-56

D6 Santa Clara D8 Northern Illinois D13 Texas D16 North Texas State Chicagoland Cage Classic D19 Loyola-Chicago D20 Northwestern D27 UCLA Cabrillo Classic D29 Georgetown D30 San Diego State J3 Furman J6 Maine J10 Old Dominion J13 Saint Louis J18 Wagner J24 La Salle J28 Illinois State F1 Syracuse F4 Detroit F7 UAB F9 Creighton F14 Evansville F21 Marquette F23 Butler F28 Loyola-Chicago M4 Dayton M8 Notre Dame NCAA Championship M14 Saint Joseph’s (Pa.)

H H A A

W W L W

88-71 93-56 63-65 92-86

H H H

W W W

71-67 62-54 93-77

SD A H A H H H A A H H H H A H A A A H

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

72-67 85-69 78-65 85-77 62-63 93-67 90-75 69-62 54-50 91-69 69-58 77-66 83-57 61-53 78-71 89-64 105-95 84-64 74-64

DA

L

48-49

DA = Dayton Arena (Dayton, Ohio) | SD = San Diego, Calif. | SP = Springfield, Mass.

1981-82 Record: 26-2 (.929) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Walter Downing 6-9 Fr. 4.7 F Bernard Randolph 6-5 Jr. 14.7 C Terry Cummings 6-9 Jr. 22.3 G Skip Dillard 6-3 Sr. 13.4 G Kenny Patterson 6-2 Fr. 7.3 Top Subs: Tyrone Corbin, Fr., 6-6, 5.1; Jerry McMillan, So., 6-4, 3.3; Raymond McCoy, So., 6-2, 2.0 D1 UIC H W 78-53 D5 Purdue H W 73-67 D9 Gonzaga A W 69-56 D12 Santa Clara A W 80-58 D15 Western Michigan H W 88-46 D19 UCLA A L 75-87 D22 Maine H W 90-67 D26 Louisville H W 75-68 D28 Illinois State H W 74-58 D30 Northern Illinois A W 55-46 J2 Penn State H W 86-60 J4 Saint Mary’s H W 96-72 J9 Dayton H W 71-69 J11 Creighton A W 76-67 J13 South Carolina H W 92-59 J16 Old Dominion A W 70-60 J23 UAB H W 79-68 J27 Saint Louis A W 99-80 J30 Syracuse A W 92-87 F3 Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) H W (OT) 46-44 F6 Marquette A W 67-66 F10 Evansville H W 59-58 F12 Loyola-Chicago H W 98-80 F15 Ohio H W 83-61

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DT = Reunion Arena (Dallas, Texas)

A A A

W W W

74-70 75-74 81-69

DT

L

75-82

1982-83 Record: 21-12 (.636) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Tyrone Corbin 6-6 So. 10.6 F Kevin Holmes 6-8 Fr. 4.1 C Walter Downing 6-10 So. 5.8 G Kenny Patterson 6-2 So. 10.3 G Tony Jackson 6-5 Fr. 8.2 Top Subs: Bernard Randolph, Sr., 6-5, 13.7; Jerry McMillan, Jr., 6-4, 6.7; Brett Burkholder, Sr., 6-11, 3.9 Crush Classic N26 Davidson H W 79-39 N27 Arizona State H W (OT) 73-72 D2 UCLA H L (OT) 70-73 D4 South Florida H W 67-55 D7 Illinois State A L 62-72 D11 Western Michigan H W 63-42 D15 Northern Illinois H W 69-45 D18 Fairleigh Dickinson H W 105-64 D22 Purdue A L 63-65 D27 Creighton H W 68-66 J8 Pepperdine H W 78-73 J10 Gonzaga H L 48-49 J12 Loyola-Chicago A L 76-82 J16 Louisville A L 58-63 J21 Dayton H W 56-52 J26 Princeton H W 51-41 J29 UAB A W 56-54 J31 Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) H W 55-54 F2 Detroit H W 78-53 F6 Georgetown A L 65-71 F9 Evansville A W 83-82 F14 Ohio A L (2OT) 62-63 F20 St. John’s A L 52-64 F26 Notre Dame H W 55-53 M2 South Carolina A L 51-52 M6 Marquette H W 74-62 M8 Pan American H W 60-49 M12 Dayton A L 71-80 National Invitation Tournament M16 Minnesota H W 76-73 M21 Northwestern H W 65-63 M25 Mississippi H W 75-67 M28 Nebraska MSG W 68-58 M30 Fresno State MSG L 60-69 MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

1983-84 Record: 27-3 (.900) | Head Coach: Ray Meyer F Tyrone Corbin 6-6 Jr. 14.1 F Kevin Holmes 6-8 So. 10.1 C Marty Embry 6-9 So. 5.1 G Kenny Patterson 6-2 Jr. 8.3 G Jerry McMillan 6-4 Sr. 8.9 Top Subs: Dallas Comegys, Fr., 6-9, 11.2; Tony Jackson, So., 6-5, 8.5; Lemone Lampley, So., 6-11, 3.5 N26 Northern Illinois A W 73-58 N30 Ohio H W 69-45 D3 Illinois State H W 69-66 D6 Western Michigan H W 84-60

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D10 Georgetown Suntory Ball D14 Alabama D17 Texas Tech D22 Purdue D31 Creighton J2 Biscayne College J5 Pepperdine J9 Saint Mary’s J14 UAB J20 South Florida J25 Princeton J28 UCLA F4 St. John’s F7 Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) F11 Notre Dame F15 Loyola-Chicago F18 Dayton F22 Dayton F26 Louisville F28 Evansville M1 South Carolina M4 Detroit M6 Pan American M10 Marquette NCAA Championship M18 Illinois State M23 Wake Forest

H

W

63-61

TJ TJ H A H A A H A H A H A A H A H H H H A H H

W W W W (OT) W W W W W W W W (OT) L W W L W W W W W W W

77-76 50-47 68-61 59-57 78-50 81-73 76-74 98-63 59-50 50-39 84-68 59-57 45-58 62-54 93-77 71-72 79-59 73-63 96-65 65-56 66-47 62-29 64-49

LN SL

W L (OT)

75-61 71-73

LN = Devaney Center (Lincoln, Neb.) | SL = The Arena (St. Louis, Mo.) | TJ = Toyko, Japan

1984-85 Record: 19-10 (.655) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Tyrone Corbin 6-6 Sr. 15.9 F Kevin Holmes 6-8 Jr. 7.1 C Marty Embry 6-9 Jr. 8.3 G Kenny Patterson 6-2 Sr. 11.0 G Tony Jackson 6-5 Sr. 7.9 Top Subs: Dallas Comegys, So., 6-9, 11.8; Lawrence West, So., 6-7, 4.2; Lemone Lampley, Jr., 6-11, 3.3 N24 Northern Illinois H W 59-58 D1 UCLA H W 80-61 D3 Chico State H W 77-37 D5 Illinois State A W 84-71 D8 Notre Dame H W 95-83 D12 Penn State A W 78-61 D15 Georgetown A L 57-77 D19 Western Michigan A L 64-65 D22 Northwestern H W 61-56 D27 Creighton H W 87-58 J3 Saint Mary’s H W 76-53 J5 UAB A L 59-66 J12 Houston H W 69-58 J14 Old Dominion H W 64-58 J20 Notre Dame A W 71-66 J21 Eastern Washington H W 72-50 J26 Dayton A L 64-65 J29 Princeton EN W 56-42 F2 Louisville A L 73-77 F6 Dayton H L 63-67 F9 Pepperdine H W 90-65 F12 Loyola-Chicago A L 71-78 F17 St. John’s A L 80-93 F20 Indiana State H W 77-65 F23 La Salle H W 87-60 M2 Marquette H W 69-52


HISTORY & RECORDS M5 Pan American M9 Marquette NCAA Championship M15 Syracuse

A A

W L

65-55 64-68

AG

L

65-70

AG = The Omni (Atlanta, Ga.) | EN = Meadowlands (East Rutherford, N.J.)

1985-86 Record: 18-13 (.581) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Kevin Holmes 6-8 Sr. 9.4 F Dallas Comegys 6-9 Jr. 13.8 C Marty Embry 6-9 Sr. 7.3 G Rod Strickland 6-3 Fr. 14.1 G Tony Jackson 6-5 Sr. 8.6 Top Subs: Lemone Lampley, Sr., 6-11, 8.3; Terence Greene, Fr., 6-4, 5.8; Stanley Brundy, Fr., 6-6, 2.5 N30 Northern Illinois RI W 63-61 D4 St. Francis (NY) H W 93-48 D7 Illinois State H W 61-54 D10 Western Michigan H W 70-59 D12 Houston A W 84-78 D19 Northwestern A W 70-67 D21 Georgetown H L 70-85 D23 Purdue A L 56-71 Cotton States Classic D27 Navy AG L 64-67 D28 Texas AG W 63-62 J4 Dayton H W 66-52 J9 Pepperdine H W 70-57 J11 Notre Dame H L 54-70 J15 Cleveland State H L 75-90 J18 UAB H W 70-61 J21 Loyola-Chicago H W 90-55 J29 Northern Iowa H W 96-53 F1 Dayton A L 64-77 F4 Evansville H W 73-41 F8 Marquette A L (OT) 65-70 F11 Old Dominion A L 53-66 F15 Louisville H L 53-72 F17 Creighton A L 61-74 F19 Indiana State A W 48-44 F22 St. John’s H W 81-72 F25 Notre Dame A L 59-70 M1 UCLA A L 63-65 M8 Marquette H W 95-87 NCAA Championship M13 Virginia GC W 72-68 M15 Oklahoma GC W 74-69 M21 Duke EN L 67-74 AG = Atlanta, Ga. | EN = Meadowlands (East Rutherford, N.J.) | GC = Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) | RI = Rockford, Ill.

1986-87 Record: 28-3 (.903) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Kevin Golden 6-9 Jr. 3.1 F Dallas Comegys 6-9 Jr. 17.5 G Rod Strickland 6-3 So. 16.3 G Kevin Edwards 6-3 Jr. 14.4 G Terence Greene 6-4 So. 10.5 Top Subs: Stanley Brundy, So., 6-6, 8.0; Andy Laux, Jr., 6-5, 4.4; Kevin Holland, Fr., 6-7, 1.3 N29 Northern Illinois H W 78-51 D2 UNC Wilmington H W 63-44 D6 Illinois State A W 61-53 D10 Western Michigan A W 93-61 D13 Louisville A W 75-68 D17 Creighton H W 74-64

D20 Old Dominion D22 Northwestern D30 Pepperdine J3 Dayton J5 Furman J10 Notre Dame J15 Loyola-Chicago J17 South Florida J19 Indiana State J21 Evansville J25 Georgetown J27 Weber State J31 La Salle F2 North Carolina State F7 Dayton F10 Marquette F14 UAB F16 Monmouth F18 Iona F22 Georgia Tech F25 Notre Dame M7 Marquette NCAA Championship M13 Louisiana Tech M15 St. John’s M20 LSU

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

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

72-61 72-54 92-75 80-64 81-64 9-54 84-65 81-55 61-49 78-68 71-74 70-51 58-54 84-62 88-65 88-76 83-71 88-53 96-82 84-67 62-73 68-59

H H CO

W W (OT) L

76-62 83-75 58-63

CO = Riverfront Coliseum (Cincinnati, Ohio)

1987-88 Record: 22-8 (.733) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Stanley Brundy 6-7 Jr. 14.7 F Kevin Golden 6-9 Sr. 2.6 G Terence Greene 6-4 Jr. 11.3 G Rod Strickland 6-3 Jr. 20.0 G Kevin Edwards 6-3 Sr. 18.3 Top Subs: Kevin Holland, So., 6-7, 5.6; Andy Laux, Sr., 6-5, 4.2; Brad Niemann, Fr., 6-3, 2.9 N28 Pepperdine H L (OT) 76-84 D1 Niagara H W (OT) 88-87 D5 Illinois State H W 76-55 D9 Western Michigan H W 94-64 D12 Notre Dame H W (OT) 73-69 D16 Weber State A W 88-65 D18 Washington A W 89-73 D21 Northwestern A L 64-78 D23 Texas-San Antonio H W 93-82 J2 Hartford A W 68-61 J10 Georgetown H L 64-74 J14 Dayton H L 72-79 J16 Notre Dame A W 77-71 J21 Loyola-Chicago H W 93-77 J23 Old Dominion A W 95-88 J27 Marquette H W 81-66 J31 North Carolina State A L 66-71 F3 Indiana State A W 64-56 F6 Georgia Tech A L 70-71 F10 Bradley H W 86-80 F13 Evansville H L 63-65 F16 Iona H W 92-56 F20 St. John’s A W 65-51 F24 Jackson State H W 81-69 F27 Miami (Fla.) A W 101-82 M1 Dayton A W 92-77 M5 Louisville H W 77-58 M12 Marquette A W 77-65 NCAA Championship

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ND = Joyce Center (Notre Dame, Ind.)

ND ND

W L

83-62 58-66

1988-89 Record: 21-12 (.636) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Stanley Brundy 6-7 Sr. 19.5 F Terence Greene 6-4 Sr. 14.9 C Stephen Howard 6-9 Fr. 7.5 G Brad Niemann 6-3 So. 8.8 G Melvin Foster 6-3 So. 5.8 Top Subs: David Booth, Fr., 6-7, 9.9; Chuckie Murphy, Fr., 6-1, 4.2; Curtis Price, Fr., 6-6, 4.1 Maui Classic N25 UNLV LH L 77-86 N26 Ohio State LH L 70-72 N27 Chaminade LH W 89-68 N30 Maine H W 66-46 D3 Illinois State A W 78-77 D6 Washington H L 75-79 D10 Niagara A W 82-75 D14 American H W 120-85 D17 Georgetown A L 64-74 Old Style Classic D22 North Carolina A&T H W 73-52 D23 Loyola Marymount H W 115-111 USF&G Sugar Bowl Tournament D28 Mississippi State NO W 62-60 D29 Seton Hall NO L 60-83 J5 North Carolina H L 67-87 J7 Louisville A L 67-81 J11 Eastern Illinois H W 89-75 J14 Loyola Marymount H W 122-108 J17 Marquette A L 64-72 J21 Loyola-Chicago A L 69-70 J24 Bradley A W 85-82 J28 South Florida A W 67-59 J31 Duquesne H W 85-63 F4 North Carolina State H W 81-74 F7 Dayton A W 78-50 F11 Miami (Fla.) H W 89-79 F18 St. John’s H L 64-67 F22 Texas-San Antonio H W 88-55 F25 Fordham A W 62-61 M1 Notre Dame A L 60-67 M4 Marquette H W 91-79 M11 Notre Dame H W 73-70 NCAA Championship M16 Memphis State BI W 66-63 M18 UNLV BI L 70-85 BI = BSU Pavilion (Boise, Idaho) | LH = Lahaina, Hawai’i | NO = New Orleans, La.

1989-90 Record: 20-15 (.571) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F David Booth 6-7 So. 16.9 F Kevin Holland 6-7 Jr. 8.2 C Stephen Howard 6-9 So. 14.4 G Terry Davis 6-4 Fr. 9.8 G Melvin Foster 6-3 Jr. 6.2 Top Subs: Chuckie Murphy, So., 6-0, 5.2; James Hamby, Sr., 7-1, 2.1; Charles Sowell, Sr., 6-10, 1.5 Dodge Preseason NIT N15 Ohio State H W 71-53 N17 North Carolina State H W 70-63 N22 St. John’s A L 52-53

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N24 UNLV MSG N27 Hartford H D2 La Salle H D5 Houston A First Chicago Christmas Classic D9 Western Illinois H D16 North Carolina A D20 Dayton H D23 Marquette H D30 Florida International A J3 Weber State H J6 Loyola-Chicago H J9 Duquesne A J13 Georgetown H J17 Niagara H J20 Marquette A J23 Detroit A J27 Louisville H J29 Miami (Fla.) H F3 UCLA A F7 Fordham H F10 North Carolina State A F12 Miami (Fla.) A F17 UAB H F20 Notre Dame A F24 St. John’s A F28 Bradley H M3 Texas H M7 Northern Illinois H M10 Notre Dame H National Invitation Tournament M16 Creighton AH M20 Cincinnati AH M22 Saint Louis A

MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

L W L L

53-88 64-56 62-83 49-65

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

69-72 51-70 73-84 71-62 91-67 55-47 71-56 68-55 64-74 73-58 55-77 87-82 66-62 76-48 77-87 51-38 71-80 66-49 68-74 63-62 74-77 59-48 79-89 69-51 64-59

W W L

89-72 61-59 47-54

1990-91 Record: 20-9 (.690) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F David Booth 6-7 Jr. 18.7 C Jeff Stern 6-10 Jr. 5.1 G Melvin Foster 6-3 Sr. 6.9 G Terry Davis 6-4 So. 10.4 G Joe Daughrity 6-0 Jr. 5.1 Top Subs: Stephen Howard, Jr., 6-9, 15.3; Kevin Holland, Sr., 6-8, 5.8; Curtis Price, So., 6-6, 3.6 N24 Hartford H W 84-73 N29 Florida International H W 117-65 D1 Pepperdine A W 85-64 First Chicago Christmas Classic D8 Illinois State H W 96-78 D12 Louisville A L 75-94 D15 UCLA H L 90-92 Old Style Classic D21 UW-Green Bay H L 56-57 D22 Oklahoma State H L 70-72 Red Lobster Classic D29 North Carolina OF L 75-90 D30 Central Florida OF W (OT) 81-78 J3 Dayton A W 81-73 J8 Marquette H W 68-63 J12 Houston H W 76-62 J15 Northern Illinois A L 61-70 J19 Texas A L 80-90 J23 Drake H W 92-71 J26 Duquesne H W 75-62 J28 Marquette A W 84-56


HISTORY & RECORDS F3 Georgetown F5 Detroit F9 Bradley F13 Loyola-Chicago F16 Niagara F20 Notre Dame F23 Miami (Fla.) M2 St. John’s M6 Miami (Fla.) M9 Notre Dame NCAA Championship M15 Georgia Tech

A H A A A A A H H H

W W W W W L (OT) W W W W

72-63 81-74 80-69 102-67 73-58 77-80 66-53 79-69 75-58 80-56

DA

L

70-87

DA = Dayton Arena (Dayton, Ohio) | OF = Orlando, Fla.

1991-92 Record: 20-9 (.690) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F David Booth 6-7 Sr. 17.4 F Stephen Howard 6-10 Sr. 17.1 F Curtis Price 6-6 Jr. 4.2 G Terry Davis 6-4 Jr. 14.4 G Joe Daughrity 6-0 Sr. 7.5 Top Subs: Howard Nathan, Fr., 5-11, 7.7; Jeff Stern, Sr., 6-11, 6.7; Tom Kleinschmidt, Fr., 6-5, 5.6 N29 Memphis State A W (OT) 92-89 D4 NE Illinois AH W 100-77 Diet Pepsi Tournament of Champions D6 UNC Charlotte A L 63-68 D7 NC State CN L 83-97 D11 American AH W 106-80 D14 Kansas A L 75-104 D18 Northern Illinois AH W 90-77 D21 Baylor A W 82-67 J2 San Francisco A L 56-71 J5 Loyola Marymount H W 125-93 J7 UAB A L 69-75 J11 Memphis State H W 88-80 J13 Detroit A W 92-81 J15 Cincinnati H W 75-66 J18 Georgetown H W 72-62 J25 Saint Louis H W (OT) 91-84 J29 Notre Dame A L 69-74 F1 UAB H W 92-81 F5 Loyola-Chicago H W 91-63 F9 Marquette A W 65-58 F12 Bradley H W 68-50 F16 Louisville H W 84-81 F20 Cincinnati A W 71-69 F23 Florida State SF W 85-75 F29 Saint Louis A W 88-71 M4 Marquette H L 65-73 M7 Notre Dame H W 66-65 Great Midwest Tournament M13 Memphis State CS L 75-95 NCAA Championship M20 New Mexico State TA L 73-81 AH = Alumni Hall (Chicago, Ill.) | CN = Charlotte, N.C. | CS = Chicago Stadium (Chicago, Ill.) | SF = St. Petersburg, Fla. | TA = Activity Center (Tempe, Ariz.)

1992-93 Record: 16-15 (.516) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Kris Hill 6-8 Jr. 9.5 C Michael Ravizee 6-9 Jr. 4.3 G Tom Kleinschmidt 6-5 So. 17.7 G Brandon Cole 6-0 So. 13.7 G Terry Davis 6-4 Sr. 15.5 Top Subs: Bryant Bowden, Fr., 6-8, 4.8; Brian Currie, Fr.,

6-7, 3.3; Peter Patton, Fr., 6-1, 3.2 D1 Chicago State AH D5 Houston H D9 Illinois State A D12 San Francisco H D16 Louisville A D18 NE Illinois H Maui Invitational D21 Duke LH D22 Stanford LH D23 Oklahoma LH D30 Jacksonville H J2 Loyola Marymount A J5 Loyola-Chicago H J9 Memphis State H J13 Georgetown A J16 Cincinnati H J20 UAB A J24 Massachusetts A J27 Baylor H J30 Cincinnati A F2 Saint Louis H F6 Marquette H F9 Detroit H F14 Memphis State A F16 UAB H F21 Notre Dame H F24 TCU H F27 Saint Louis A M2 Bradley A M6 Marquette A Great Midwest Tournament M11 UAB MT M12 Cincinnati MT

W L W W L W

103-68 65-82 67-66 91-61 88-93 90-83

L W L W W W L (2OT) L L W L W L W L W L W W W L L L

73-89 76-67 94-108 80-71 71-70 88-73 93-95 45-74 64-70 73-62 69-79 72-70 54-80 65-63 76-87 90-69 57-79 55-48 70-62 79-68 76-92 53-59 75-86

W L

66-64 69-78

AH = Alumni Hall (Chicago, Ill.) | LH = Lahaina, Hawai’i | MT = Memphis, Tenn.

1993-94 Record: 16-12 (.571) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Kris Hill 6-8 Sr. 9.0 C Michael Ravizee 6-9 Sr. 6.9 F Tom Kleinschmidt 6-5 Jr. 20.5 F Brandon Cole 6-0 Jr. 13.0 F Belefia Parks 6-1 Jr. 8.5 Top Subs: Bryant Bowdin, So., 6-8, 6.7; Peter Patton, So., 6-1, 5.4; Marcus Singer, Fr., 6-6, 3.3 N27 Chicago State AH W 110-84 D4 Kansas H L 74-79 D7 Bradley H W 81-64 D11 Illinois State H W 74-72 D14 NE Illinois H W 82-55 D18 Jacksonville A W 90-83 D21 TCU A W 93-69 D30 Houston A W 89-69 J3 Dayton A W 98-86 J5 Maine H W 105-70 J8 Memphis State A W 69-61 J12 Marquette H L 52-71 J15 Saint Louis H L 71-80 J18 Massachusetts H W 78-76 J22 Georgetown H W 78-51 J26 UAB A L 59-62 J29 Cincinnati A L 43-66 F2 Loyola-Chicago H W 95-76 F6 Saint Louis A L 81-91 F9 UAB H L 73-78

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A H A A H H

L W W L L W

80-96 100-77 73-63 62-70 65-81 65-53

A

L

86-95

A

L

68-69

1994-95 Record: 17-11 (.607) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Will Macon 6-7 Sr. 9.7 C Bryant Bowdin 6-8 Jr. 12.0 G Tom Kleinschmidt 6-5 Sr. 21.4 G Brandon Cole 6-0 Sr. 15.7 G Peter Patton 6-1 Jr. 6.5 Top Subs: Brian Currie, Jr., 6-7, 5.4; Marcus Singer, So., 6-6, 3.8; Jermaine Watts, Fr., 6-1, 3.9 N26 Eastern Illinois H W 96-73 D3 Georgetown A L 68-74 D6 Bradley A L 68-80 D10 Notre Dame UC W 61-48 D14 Maine A W 96-62 D17 Northwestern H W 84-49 D22 Stetson A W 98-69 J3 Illinois State H W 82-62 J6 Cincinnati H L 64-67 J8 Memphis H L 69-77 J14 Memphis A L 64-76 J19 Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) H W 76-66 J21 Cincinnati A L 82-92 J23 UC-Santa Barbara A W 80-62 J26 Texas A L (2OT) 92-99 J28 Marquette UC W 63-48 F1 UAB A W 63-58 F5 Dayton A W 85-71 F7 Loyola-Chicago H W 96-73 F11 UAB H W 88-78 F19 Saint Louis H W 66-64 F21 Marquette A L 71-81 F25 Louisville H W 82-81 F27 Detroit H W 78-47 M1 Saint Louis A L 61-77 M4 Dayton H W 103-68 Great Midwest Tournament M9 Cincinnati MW L (OT) 95-96 National Invitation Tournament M15 Iowa MI L 87-96 UC = United Center (Chicago, Ill.) | MI = The Mark (Moline, Ill.) | MW = Milwaukee, Wis.

1995-96 Record: 11-18 (.379) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Brian Currie 6-7 Sr. 10.5 C Bryant Bowden 6-8 Sr. 15.3 G Jermaine Watts 6-1 So. 16.2 G Peter Patton 6-1 Sr. 8.6 G Marcus Singer 6-6 Jr. 9.7 Top Subs: Thomas Cooper, Fr., 6-5, 3.6; Malik Murray, Sr., 6-8, 1.0; Demarcus Gaines, Fr., 6-5, 0.3 Preseason NIT N15 Michigan A L 65-73 N27 UC-Santa Barbara H W 91-71

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N29 Stetson D2 Texas D6 Eastern Illinois D9 Florida State D12 Maine D16 Northwestern D19 Western Kentucky D23 Indiana J3 Georgetown J7 Louisville J11 Memphis J13 Southern Miss J17 Marquette J20 Saint Louis J25 Cincinnati J28 Tulane F1 Memphis F4 California F7 UAB F11 Marquette F17 Cincinnati F21 Loyola-Chicago F26 South Florida F29 UNC Charlotte M2 Saint Louis Conference USA Tournament M6 UNC Charlotte M7 Memphis

AH H A SF H A H A H H A H H A A A H SJ H A H AH A A H

W L W L W W W W L L L L L L L L L (OT) L L L L W W L W

90-57 84-88 77-50 80-85 72-58 71-61 84-69 84-82 61-81 71-81 55-74 67-82 60-73 59-60 61-71 74-84 82-83 59-62 50-69 65-75 60-87 79-65 65-61 69-81 66-51

MT A

W L

66-60 69-82

AH = Alumni Hall (Chicago, Ill.) | MT = Memphis, Tenn. | SF = St. Petersburg, Fla. | SJ = San Jose, Calif.

1996-97 Record: 3-23 (.115) | Head Coach: Joey Meyer F Ricardo Crumble 6-8 Fr. 5.0 F Abdou Sylla 6-7 Fr. 3.8 F Charles Gelatt 6-8 Sr. 12.9 G Jerome Taylor 6-5 Fr. 10.3 G Thomas Cooper 6-5 So. 9.8 Top Subs: Marcus Singer, 6-6, 9.2; Innis Glover, Jr., 6-5, 4.0; Kenny Forges, Fr., 6-4, 4.2 N23 Eastern Illinois AH W 84-58 N30 Georgetown A L 41-68 D4 Illinois State SL L 50-75 D7 Northwestern H L 56-58 D10 Indiana UC L 57-74 D16 Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) A L 56-71 D18 Louisiana Tech H L 49-73 D21 Niagara A W 68-60 D28 Miami (Fla.) A L 45-61 D30 Dayton A L 49-71 J4 Temple H L 60-73 J9 Marquette A L 50-75 J11 South Florida AH W 64-54 J15 Memphis H L 49-51 J18 Houston A L 76-78 J21 Southern Miss A L 48-56 J26 Marquette UC L 49-61 J28 Louisville A L 54-71 F1 Cincinnati A L 53-90 F4 UNC Charlotte H L 54-58 F8 UAB A L 56-71 F16 Saint Louis A L 45-56 F19 Tulane H L 61-69 F22 Cincinnati UC L 54-83 M1 Saint Louis H L 54-68 Conference USA Tournament


HISTORY & RECORDS M5 Marquette

SL

L

53-79

AH = Alumni Hall (Chicago, Ill.) | SL = St. Louis, Mo. | UC = United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

1997-98 Record: 7-23 (.233) | Head Coach: Pat Kennedy F Demarcus Gaines 6-5 So. 6.8 F Thomas Cooper 6-5 Jr. 7.4 C Ayinde Avery 6-7 So. 8.2 G Willie Coleman 6-1 Jr. 15.8 G Jermaine Watts 6-1 Jr. 15.9 Top Subs: Doc Taylor, So., 6-5, 5.4; Innis Glover, Sr., 6-5, 5.0 N17 Alabama State AH W 58-34 Maui Invitational N24 Missouri LH L 42-45 N25 Chaminade LH W 57-55 N26 George Washington LH L 46-60 D3 Louisiana Tech A W 56-54 D6 Northwestern A L 59-72 D13 Temple A L 43-74 D20 St. John’s A L (2OT) 70-74 D23 Dayton H L 57-70 D27 Xavier CL L 56-73 D31 Florida State H L 55-66 J3 UNC Charlotte A L 55-81 J8 Louisville A L 57-73 J11 Saint Louis AH L 61-64 J13 Niagara H W 68-58 J15 South Florida AH W (OT) 85-77 J19 Marquette A L 49-58 J24 Houston A L 59-65 J29 UNC Charlotte H L 73-86 J31 Southern Miss AH L 67-77 F2 UAB A W 54-53 F5 Cincinnati H L 73-109 F7 Marquette H L 51-73 F11 Memphis A W (2OT) 100-98 F14 Georgetown UC L 59-65 F15 Saint Louis A L 41-65 F21 Cincinnati A L 38-75 F25 Tulane AH L 56-72 F28 Louisville UC L (OT) 82-85 Conference USA Tournament M4 Marquette CO L 50-52 AH = Alumni Hall (Chicago, Ill.) | CL = Cleveland, Ohio | CO = Cincinnati, Ohio | LH = Lahaina, Hawai’i | UC = United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

1998-99 Record: 18-13 (.581) | Head Coach: Pat Kennedy F Quentin Richardson 6-6 Fr. 18.9 F Bobby Simmons 6-7 Fr. 11.2 C Lance Williams 6-9 Fr. 13.9 G Kerry Hartfield 6-1 Jr. 8.9 G Willie Coleman 6-1 Sr. 11.3 Top Subs: Rashon Burno, Fr., 5-9, 3.1; Ayinde Avery, Jr., 6-7, 2.3; Thomas Cooper, Sr., 6-5, 2.1 N13 New Mexico A L 81-82 N22 Alabama State A W 78-74 N24 UNC Wilmington AH W 78-63 N28 California H W 75-72 D1 Chicago State H W 80-38 BB&T Classic D6 George Washington WD W 87-79 D7 Maryland WD L 75-92 D12 Texas-Pan American H W 93-82 D17 Kansas A L 66-74

D19 Louisville D30 Dayton J3 Houston J6 Cincinnati J9 Marquette J14 UAB J17 Louisville J24 Marquette J28 South Florida J30 Tulane F3 UNC Charlotte F6 Cincinnati F11 Saint Louis F13 Memphis F18 Southern Miss F20 Saint Louis F24 Duke F27 UNC Charlotte Conference USA Tournament M3 Tulane M4 UAB National Invitation Tournament M10 Northwestern M16 California

A A AH A UC H H A A A H H H UC A A UC A

L L W L W W L L W W L W (OT) W W W W L L

63-90 59-70 93-82 64-87 75-60 87-80 68-71 46-62 65-58 87-79 61-66 61-60 76-67 81-75 65-64 64-55 64-96 67-78

BA BA

W L

95-59 73-79

H H

W L

69-64 57-58

AH = Alumni Hall (Chicago, Ill.) | BA = Birmingham, Ala. | WD = Washington, D.C. | UC = United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

1999-00 Record: 21-12 (.636) | Head Coach: Pat Kennedy F Quentin Richardson 6-6 So. 17.0 F Bobby Simmons 6-7 So. 13.1 C Steve Hunter 7-0 Fr. 8.5 G Paul McPherson 6-4 Jr. 11.2 G Rashon Burno 5-7 So. 6.7 Top Subs: George Baker, Fr., 6-3, 2.3; Lance Williams, So., 6-9, 6.0, Joe Tulley, Fr., 6-2, 2.7 N20 Howard AH W 105-61 San Juan Shootout N25 American-P.R. A W 114-69 N26 Texas PR L 64-68 N27 South Carolina PR W 58-46 D1 Chicago State H W 78-63 D4 Duke A L (OT) 83-84 D6 Monmouth H W 69-62 D9 Nicholls State H W 67-43 D14 St. John’s H W 71-65 D18 UCLA A L 58-76 D23 Northern Illinois H W 82-61 D28 Memphis A W 71-65 D30 Elon H W 80-56 J8 Charlotte H W 77-75 J12 Marquette H L 60-69 J16 Houston A W 77-68 J20 Louisville A L 59-72 J22 Saint Louis H L (OT) 69-75 J26 Florida UC W 71-69 J29 UAB A L 68-69 F2 Tulane H W 85-54 F6 Charlotte A W 80-66 F8 South Florida H W 81-69 F13 Cincinnati A L 64-87 F16 Marquette A W 55-35 F19 Louisville UC L 54-71 F26 Saint Louis A W 55-54 M2 Cincinnati H L 62-64 M4 Southern Miss H W 82-51

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A MT MT

W W L

80-76 56-49 49-56

WS

L (OT)

77-81

AH = Alumni Hall (Chicago, Ill.) | MT = Memphis, Tenn. | PR = San Juan, Puerto Rico | UC = United Center (Chicago, Ill.) | WS = Joel Eaves Coliseum (Winston-Salem, N.C.)

2000-01 Record: 12-18 (.400) | Head Coach: Pat Kennedy F Bobby Simmons 6-7 Jr. 16.7 F Lance Williams 6-9 Jr. 10.7 C Steve Hunter 7-0 So. 11.4 G Joe Tulley 6-2 So. 7.6 G Imari Sawyer 6-1 Fr. 11.7 Top Subs: Rashon Burno, Jr., 5-7, 6.7; Andre Brown, Fr., 6-9, 6.5; Jon Oden, So., 6-8, 2.2 N17 Lewis H W 87-80 Great Alaska Shootout N23 Syracuse AA L 84-92 N24 Florida State AA W 80-74 N25 Alaska Anchorage AA W 93-76 D2 Florida A L 76-83 D6 Missouri A L 84-99 D9 Chicago State H W 78-69 D12 Kansas UC L 69-75 D17 St. Joseph’s H W 80-76 D19 Saint Louis H W 68-43 D23 Northern Illinois H W 78-67 D30 Fairfield H W 85-75 J6 Marquette H L 49-69 J10 Southern Miss A L 49-63 J13 Memphis UC L 68-72 J17 Charlotte H L 62-73 J20 Temple H W 65-64 J25 South Florida A L 58-72 J27 Louisville A L 63-73 J31 Saint Louis A W 86-68 F3 Cincinnati A L 70-91 F7 Houston H W 90-78 F10 UCLA H L 88-94 F14 Louisville H L 62-71 F17 Tulane A W 84-44 F22 Marquette A L 64-82 F24 UAB H L 61-68 F28 Charlotte A L 66-90 M3 Cincinnati UC L 62-75 Conference USA Tournament M7 South Florida FH L 59-63 AA = Anchorage, Alaska | FH = Freedom Hall (Louisville, Ky.) | UC = United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

2001-02 Record: 9-19 (.321) | Head Coach: Pat Kennedy F Sam Hoskin 6-9 Jr. 11.6 F Lance Williams 6-9 Sr. 11.2 C Andre Brown 6-9 So. 14.5 G Drake Diener 6-5 Fr. 5.7 G Rashon Burno 5-7 Sr. 4.2 Top Subs: Quemont Greer, Fr., 6-7, 6.9; Joe Tulley, Jr., 6-2, 5.9; Marlon Brooks, Jr., 6-1, 5.7; Marlon London, Jr., 6-5, 4.7; LeVar Seals, Fr., 6-4, 2.9 Preseason NIT N12 Fordham RI W 70-61 N14 Syracuse A L 60-74

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N25 D1 D5 D8 D11 D16 D18 D22 D29 J5 J8 J12 J16 J19 J23 J26 J29 F3 F6 F9 F12 F16 F19 F23 F26 M1

Youngstown State Notre Dame Ohio Fairfield Murray State Long Island Chicago State Temple Missouri Tulane Saint Louis South Florida Cincinnati Marquette East Carolina Louisville Charlotte UNLV TCU East Carolina Louisville Charlotte Cincinnati Memphis Saint Louis Marquette

H UC H MSG H H H A UC H A H A H A A H A A H H A UC A H A

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

107-69 55-82 75-77 94-90 65-69 95-69 79-63 60-58 63-62 63-73 74-92 63-70 72-89 68-87 80-58 67-97 83-79 75-90 83-92 62-51 72-76 57-81 62-79 61-88 63-72 53-72

MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) | RI = Rockford, Ill. | UC = United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

2002-03 Record: 16-13 (.552) | Head Coach: Dave Leitao F Sam Hoskin 6-9 Sr. 15.6 F Quemont Greer 6-7 So. 9.4 C Andre Brown 6-9 Jr. 9.4 G LeVar Seals 6-4 So. 3.1 G Drake Diener 6-5 So. 7.7 Top Subs: Delonte Holland, Jr., 6-7, 10.9; Joe Tulley, Sr., 6-2, 4.7; Marlon London, Sr., 6-5, 3.4; Marlon Brooks, Sr., 6-1, 3.3 N23 Northern Illinois A W 63-48 N30 Central Michigan H W 92-56 D7 Fairfield H W 73-45 D10 Ohio H W 73-65 D14 Notre Dame A L 71-102 D18 Florida International H W 72-57 D21 St. Joseph’s A L 62-65 D28 Seton Hall H W 52-41 D31 Western Carolina H W 82-62 J2 Loyola-Chicago H W 95-74 J8 Cincinnati A L 56-64 J11 UNLV H L 70-75 J14 TCU H W 71-65 J19 East Carolina H W 71-65 J22 Louisville A L 43-71 J25 Marquette A L 51-72 J29 Cincinnati H W 56-52 F1 Saint Louis A L 57-65 F8 Charlotte H W 72-64 F12 Marquette H L 60-73 F15 Southern Miss A W (OT) 74-69 F18 East Carolina A W 77-63 F22 Saint Louis H L 61-62 F26 UAB A L 71-77 M1 Charlotte A L 50-58 M5 Louisville H W (OT) 79-76 M8 Houston H W 65-59


HISTORY & RECORDS Conference USA Tournament M12 South Florida FH National Invitation Tournament M18 North Carolina A FH = Freedom Hall (Louisville, Ky.)

L

74-76

L

72-83

2003-04 Record: 22-10 (.688) | Head Coach: Dave Leitao F Delonte Holland 6-7 Sr. 16.5 F Quemont Greer 6-7 Jr. 12.6 C Andre Brown 6-9 Sr. 13.5 G Drake Diener 6-5 Jr. 12.6 G Sammy Mejia 6-6 Fr. 7.9 Top Subs: LeVar Seals, Jr., 6-4, 3.6; Marcus Heard, Fr., 6-7, 2.7; Marlon Brumfield, So., 6-8, 1.4; Chris Exilus, Sr., 6-2, 1.8; Lorenzo Thompson, Fr., 6-8, 1.1 N21 Loyola-Chicago H W 73-61 N25 Northwestern H W 65-53 Spartan Classic N29 Indiana State EM W 78-66 N30 Michigan State A L 81-89 D7 Bradley H W 77-74 D9 Ohio A W 63-60 D14 Notre Dame H L 69-82 D20 Toledo H L 81-93 D27 Seton Hall A L 62-76 D31 SE Missouri State H W 57-50 J3 Chicago State H W 91-74 J6 Charlotte H L 70-75 J10 Cincinnati A L 65-90 J13 Memphis H W 82-73 J17 UAB H W 75-64 J20 TCU A W 61-54 J24 Marquette A L 62-70 J31 East Carolina A W 70-65 F3 Tulane H W 72-58 F7 Marquette H W 84-78 F11 Saint Louis A W 70-68 F14 Houston A W 66-54 F21 Saint Louis H L 62-69 F25 Louisville A W (OT) 60-58 F28 Southern Miss H W 80-51 M4 Cincinnati H W 68-65 M6 USF A W 78-66 Conference USA Tournament M11 TCU CO W 89-65 M12 UAB CO W (OT) 75-74 M13 Cincinnati CO L 50-55 NCAA Championship M18 Dayton BF W (2OT) 76-69 M20 Connecticut BF L 55-72 BF = HSBC Arena (Buffalo, N.Y.) | CO = Cincinnati, Ohio | EM = East Lansing, Mich.

2004-05 Record: 20-11 (.635) | Head Coach: Dave Leitao F Quemont Greer 6-7 Sr. 18.3 F LeVar Seals 6-5 Sr. 7.6 C Marlon Brumfield 6-9 Jr. 4.8 G Drake Diener 6-5 Sr. 14.2 G Sammy Mejia 6-6 So. 11.8 Top Subs: Jamal Nichols, 6-8, Jr. 3.5, Draelon Burns, 6-4, Fr. 3.4, Lorenzo Thompson, 6-8, So. 3.1, Cliff Clinkscales, 6-0, Fr. 2.5, Marcus Malone, 6-5, Fr. 1.0, Marcus Heard, 6-7, So. 0.5 N20 Bowling Green State H W 69-59

N23 Eastern Illinois N27 Northern Illinois D1 Dayton D4 Bradley D6 IUPUI D11 Notre Dame D15 Northwestern D18 UIC D30 Rhode Island J2 Old Dominion J6 Cincinnati J8 Houston J15 Tulane J20 Marquette J22 East Carolina J27 Memphis J29 Southern Miss F1 TCU F6 Saint Louis F12 Cincinnati F16 Charlotte F20 Marquette F22 USF F26 Saint Louis M2 UAB M5 Louisville Conference USA Tournament M9 Tulane M10 UAB National Invitation Tournament M15 Missouri M19 Texas A&M MT = Memphis, Tenn.

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

W L W L W W L W W W L W W W W L W W W W L L W W L (OT) L

53-51 69-84 70-59 53-63 88-67 84-73 52-56 80-62 60-51 73-60 54-83 68-57 81-63 85-72 77-56 55-68 70-48 64-62 56-53 85-66 62-66 57-67 76-69 53-49 80-81 62-66

MT MT

W L

81-71 56-59

A H

W L

75-70 72-75

2005-06 Record: 12-15 (.444) | Head Coach: Jerry Wainwright F Wilson Chandler 6-8 Fr. 10.6 F Karron Clarke 6-6 So. 10.0 C Marlon Brumfield 6-9 Sr. 3.7 G Sammy Mejia 6-6 Jr. 15.1 G Jabari Currie 6-4 Fr. 5.1 Top Subs: Draelon Burns, 6-5, So. 11.6, Marcus Heard, 6-7, Jr. 3.4, Cliff Clinkscales, 6-1, So. 3.2, Wesley Green, 6-9, So. 4.3, Lorenzo Thompson, 6-8, Jr. 0.9 N19 Bradley H L 60-75 N26 Northwestern H W 59-49 N28 Northern Illinois A L 68-77 N30 Creighton H W 72-57 D3 Bucknell H L 52-57 D6 UAB H W 70-66 D10 Dayton A W 61-54 D13 Wake Forest A W 84-81 D17 Old Dominion A L 43-87 Pete Newell Challenge D21 California OK W 68-65 D31 Florida International H W 72-60 J4 Cincinnati A L 60-82 J7 Notre Dame H W 73-67 J12 Pittsburgh A L 65-73 J15 Rutgers H L (OT) 68-78 J17 Marquette H L 79-82 J21 Providence A L 75-76 J25 Marquette A L 47-62 J31 Georgetown H L 44-64 F3 USF A W 80-66 F7 Providence H L 60-61

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Villanova St. John’s Louisville Seton Hall Syracuse Notre Dame

H A A H H A

OK = Arena in Oakland (Oakland, Calif.)

L W L W W L

51-61 52-48 53-65 67-64 108-69 61-66

2006-07 Record: 20-14 (.588) | Head Coach: Jerry Wainwright F Wilson Chandler 6-8 So. 14.6 F Karron Clarke 6-6 Jr. 6.6 C Lorenzo Thompson 6-8 Sr. 1.2 G Sammy Mejia 6-6 Sr. 14.1 G Drealon Burns 6-5 Jr. 11.6 Top Subs: Marcus Heard, 6-7, Sr. 6.4, Jabari Currie, 6-4, So, 3.7, Wesley Green, 6-9, Jr. 3.6, Will Walker, 6-0, Fr. 3.3, Keith Butler, 7-1, Sr. 1.8, Cliff Clinkscales, 6-1, Jr. 1.4, Thijin Moses, 6-8, Fr. 1.2 N11 Bradley A L 58-78 N14 Northwestern A L 39-49 N17 Eastern Illinois H W 71-41 Maui Invitational N20 Kentucky LH L 81-87 N21 Chaminade LH W 93-74 N22 Purdue LH L 73-81 D2 Kansas H W 64-57 D6 Chicago State H W 83-56 D9 UAB A L (OT) 57-58 D13 Wake Forest H W 78-63 D16 Rhode Island A W 89-81 D20 UC Irvine H W 65-53 D23 California H W 90-62 D29 Northwestern State H W 97-67 J3 St. John’s A L 53-64 J6 Villanova A W 73-65 J10 Pittsburgh H L 49-59 J13 Rutgers A W 60-37 J16 St. John’s H W 71-63 J20 Louisville H L 50-59 J24 Georgetown A L 52-68 J28 West Virginia A L 52-64 J31 Connecticut H W 66-58 F3 Syracuse A L 69-75 F8 Notre Dame H W 67-66 F14 Marquette H W 72-67 F17 USF A W 75-62 F20 Notre Dame A L 54-78 F24 Cincinnati H W 58-45 M3 USF H W 70-54 BIG EAST Championship M7 Villanova MSG L 67-75 National Invitation Tournament M 14 Hofstra H W 83-71 M 19 Kansas State A W 70-65 M 21 Air Force A L 51-52 LH = Lahaina, Hawai’i | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

2007-08 Record: 11-19 (.367) | Head Coach: Jerry Wainwright F Mac Koshwal 6-10 Fr. 10.7 F Karron Clarke 6-6 Sr. 8.1 C Wesley Green 6-8 Sr. 4.8 G Draelon Burns 6-5 Sr. 17.6 G Cliff Clinkscales 6-1 Sr. 3.0

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Top Subs: Dar Tucker, 6-5, Fr. 13.6, Will Walker, 6-0, So. 9.6, Jabari Currie, 6-4, Jr. 4.4, Matija Poscic, 6-10, Jr. 2.1 N9 Creighton A L 62-74 N17 Northwestern H W 54-53 N24 North Carolina A&T H L 93-96 N28 Texas A&M-CC H W 85-70 D8 Kansas A L 66-84 D12 Vanderbilt H L (OT) 85-91 D15 UIC H L 80-85 San Juan Shootout D20 Mississippi PR L 63-69 D21 Clemson PR L 74-90 D22 La Salle PR W 93-88 D29 Detroit A W 70-64 J3 Villanova H W 84-76 J5 Providence H W 70-65 J8 Georgetown H L 60-76 J12 St. John’s A W 60-54 J16 Villanova A L 69-76 J19 Rutgers H W 75-73 J21 Florida Gulf Coast H W 92-60 J26 Marquette A L 71-79 J30 Syracuse H L 55-60 F2 Notre Dame A L 80-89 F5 Providence A L 65-79 F9 USF H W 69-61 F12 Louisville H L 66-99 F19 Connecticut A L 60-65 F23 Seton Hall A L 71-73 F27 West Virginia H L 73-85 M2 Notre Dame H L 91-98 M6 Cincinnati A W 60-54 M9 Pittsburgh A L 79-98 PR = San Juan, Puerto Rico

2008-09 Record: 9-24 (.273) | Head Coach: Jerry Wainwright F Mac Koshwal 6-10 So. 12.2 F Dar Tucker 6-5 So. 18.5 C Matija Poscic 6-10 Sr. 3.5 G Jabari Currie 6-4 Sr. 5.3 G Will Walker 6-0 Jr. 14.6 Top Subs: Jeremiah Kelly, 6-1, Fr., 4.3, Devin Hill, 6-9, Fr., 3.1 N17 Albany H W 75-64 N22 UIC A W 67-63 N26 Detroit H W 71-62 N29 Indiana State H W 75-70 D3 California A L 67-77 D6 Northwestern A L 36-63 D10 Morgan State H L 75-79 Wooden Classic D13 UCLA AC L 54-72 Las Vegas Classic D17 Liberty H W 64-63 D19 Southern H W 83-46 D22 Saint Louis LV W 65-61 D23 Creighton LV L 75-83 D28 Alcorn State H W 90-67 D31 Notre Dame H L 82-92 J3 Providence A L 54-62 J7 Syracuse A L 68-85 J10 USF H L 58-80 J17 Cincinnati H L 55-59 J20 USF A L 61-70 J24 Marquette A L 70-79


HISTORY & RECORDS J28 Connecticut J31 Rutgers F3 Marquette F7 Pittsburgh F10 Seton Hall F15 Louisville F21 Pittsburgh F25 Villanova F28 St. John’s M4 West Virginia M7 Georgetown BIG EAST Championship M10 Cincinnati M11 Providence

H A H H H A A H H A A

L L L L L L L L L L L

49-71 56-75 61-76 69-92 49-72 54-99 61-80 72-74 63-84 63-82 40-48

MSG MSG

W L

67-57 74-83

AC = Honda Center (Anaheim, Calif.) | LV = Orleans Arena (Las Vegas, Nev.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

2009-10 Record: 8-23 (.258) | Head Coach: Jerry Wainwright (15 games) | Interim Head Coach: Tracy Webster (16 games) F Mac Koshwal 6-10 Jr. 16.1 F Mike Stovall 6-4 Jr. 7.0 C Krys Faber 6-10 So. 2.4 G Jeremiah Kelly 6-1 So. 5.6 G Will Walker 6-0 Sr. 16.2 Top Subs: Eric Wallace, 6-7, So., 6.3, Devin Hill, 6-9, So., 4.8, Michael Bizoukas, 6-2, So., 3.7 N17 Columbia H W 59-53 Paradise Jam N20 Northern Iowa VI W 60-52 N22 Tennessee VI L 53-57 N23 Saint Joseph’s VI W 58-51 N28 Detroit H W (OT) 68-66 D2 Alabama State H W 58-50 D5 Vanderbilt A L 54-67 SEC/BIG EAST Invitational D10 Mississippi State TF L 45-76 D13 UIC H W 77-56 D16 American H L 57-62 D19 Texas State H W 86-69 D22 Florida Gulf Coast A L 61-64 D28 Pittsburgh A L 52-65 J3 Georgetown H L 50-67 J6 Villanova A L 72-99 J14 Providence H L 62-79 J17 St. John’s A L 47-67 J20 Marquette H W 51-50 J23 Notre Dame A L 77-87 J26 West Virginia H L 46-62 J30 Syracuse H L 57-59 F3 Marquette A L 69-80 F6 Connecticut A L 57-64 F14 Seton Hall A L 71-79 F16 Rutgers H L 64-68 F20 Louisville H L 59-68 F24 at Cincinnati A L 69-74 F27 at Rutgers A L 62-71 M2 USF H L 59-63 M5 St. John’s H L (3OT) 82-90 BIG EAST Championship M9 USF MSG L 49-58 MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) | TF = St. Pete Times Forum (Tampa, Fla.) | VI = St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

2010-11 Record: 7-24 (.226) | Head Coach: Oliver Purnell F Cleveland Melvin 6-8 Fr. 14.3 C Krys Faber 6-10 Jr. 7.0 G Jeremiah Kelly 6-1 Jr. 7.6 G Brandon Young 6-3 Fr. 12.6 G Jimmy Drew 6-5 Sr. 6.4 Top Subs: Tony Freeland, So., 6-6, 9.6, Mike Stovall, 6-4, Sr., 5.4, Moses Morgan, Fr., 5.1 N14 Chicago State H (MA) W 114-81 N16 Western Carolina H L 64-69 76 Classic N25 Oklahoma State AC L 56-60 N26 Cal State Northridge AC L 66-88 N28 Stanford AC L (OT) 74-81 D2 Northern Illinois H W 86-84 D5 Central Michigan H W 71-62 D8 Indiana State A L 51-73 D11 Ball State H (MA) L (OT) 77-79 D14 Milwaukee H W 61-47 D18 Loyola-Chicago H W 81-74 D22 Florida Atlantic H W 71-62 D28 Cincinnati A L 60-76 J1 Georgetown A L 75-86 J4 West Virginia H L 65-67 J12 Seton Hall H L 67-78 J15 Connecticut H L 62-82 J18 Marquette A L 64-94 J22 Pittsburgh H L 50-80 J27 USF A L 60-71 F3 Notre Dame H L 58-83 F5 Louisville A L 57-61 F8 Cincinnati H L 68-71 F12 West Virginia A L 71-82 F17 Providence A W 79-76 F19 Villanova H L 75-77 F23 St. John’s A L 51-76 F26 USF H L 76-86 M2 Rutgers H L 64-68 M5 Syracuse A L 59-107 BIG EAST Championship M8 Connecticut MSG L 71-97 MA = McGrath Arena | AC = Anaheim Convention Center (Anaheim, Calif.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

2011-12 Record: 12-19 (.387) | Head Coach: Oliver Purnell F Cleveland Melvin 6-8 So. 17.5 F Jamee Crockett 6-4 Fr. 8.6 C Krys Faber 6-10 Sr. 4.0 G Jeremiah Kelly 6-1 Sr. 8.6 G Brandon Young 6-3 So. 14.5 Top Subs: Moses Morgan, So., 9.0; Worrel Clahar, Jr., 6.0; Charles McKinney, Fr., 4.2; Donnavan Kirk, So., 3.5 N11 UT-Pan American H (MA) W 91-72 N14 Mississippi Valley State H (MA) W 80-70 Old Spice Classic N24 Minnesota HP L 85-86 N25 Texas Tech HP W 76-70 N27 Arizona State HP W 68-64 BIG EAST/SEC Challenge D1 Mississippi H L 68-70 D5 Milwaukee H L 76-87 D7 Loyola-Chicago A W 69-58 D10 Chicago State H W 102-95 D14 Northern Illinois A W 75-52

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H (MA) W H W H L H W A L A L A L H L H L A W H L A L H L A L A L H L (OT) A L H L A L H W MSG

L

81-62 63-58 68-87 84-81 71-87 73-94 59-76 75-83 59-75 69-64 81-87 66-74 76-89 76-84 54-80 82-90 72-79 71-73 75-92 86-58 67-81

MA = McGrath-Phillips Arena | HP = HP Field House (Buena Vista, Fla.) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)

2012-13 Record: 11-21 (.344) | Head Coach: Oliver Purnell F Donnavan Kirk 6-9 Jr. 6.2 F Cleveland Melvin 6-8 Jr. 16.6 G Worrel Clahar 5-11 Sr. 7.3 G Charles McKinney 6-3 So. 5.3 G Brandon Young 6-4 Jr. 16.7 Top Subs: Jamee Crockett, So., 8.7; Moses Morgan, Jr., 5.9; Durrell McDonald, Fr., 2.9 N9 UC Riverside H (MA) W 91-59 Cancun Challenge N15 Gardner-Webb H L 59-71 N17 Austin Peay H W 98-67 N20 Wichita State CM L 62-75 N21 Western Kentucky CM L 61-70 N27 Fairfield H W 85-78 SEC/BIG EAST Challenge N30 Auburn A W 80-76 D5 Chicago State A W 76-87 D9 Milwaukee H W 69-58 D12 Arizona State A W 102-95 D16 Northern Illinois H W 75-52 D22 Maryland-Baltimore Cty H W 81-62 D29 Loyola-Chicago H L 63-58 J2 Seton Hall H L 68-87 J5 Providence A W 84-81 J8 Connecticut A L 71-87 J15 Cincinnati H L 73-94 J19 St. John’s H L 59-76 J26 Pittsburgh A L 75-83 J30 St. John’s A L (OT) 59-75 F2 Notre Dame H L (OT) 81-87 F5 Villanova H L 66-74 F9 Marquette A L 76-89 F13 Notre Dame A L (OT) 76-84 F16 Rutgers H W 54-80 F20 Georgetown A L 82-90 F23 Connecticut H L 72-79 F27 Louisville H L 71-73 M3 USF A L 86-58 M6 Syracuse A L

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M9 Pittsburgh BIG EAST Championship M12 Rutgers

H

L

MSG

L

57-76

MA = McGrath-Phillips Arena | CM = Moon Palace Resort (Cancun, Mexico) | MSG = Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.)


HISTORY & RECORDS

ALL-TIME 100-POINT GAMES (70-0) BY SCORE 125-93 Loyola Marymount.........................Jan. 5, 1992 122-108 Loyola Marymount.......................Jan. 14, 1989 120-51 Western Ontario..........................Jan. 10, 1966 120-85 American.....................................Dec. 14, 1988 118-44 Western Ontario............................Jan. 9, 1965 118-62 Marshall...................................... Feb. 14, 1976 117-65 Florida International...................Dec. 29, 1990 115-111 Loyola Marymount......................Dec. 23, 1988 114-81 Chicago State..............................Nov. 14, 2010 114-69 at American-Puerto Rico.............Nov. 25, 1999 114-64 Aquinas....................................... Feb. 17, 1967 114-75 Christian Brothers.......................Dec. 11, 1965 112-69 Taylor..........................................Dec. 17, 1954 111-83 Portland.......................................Jan. 11, 1964 111-79 Augustana.....................................Dec. 2, 1967 111-107 (2OT) Detroit......................................... Feb. 24, 1968 111-79 UW-Milwaukee............................. Feb. 8, 1969 110-84 Chicago State..............................Nov. 27, 1993 109-68 St. Mary’s (Minn.)........................Jan. 20, 1975 109-60 Lawrence Tech............................Dec. 28, 1954 108-84 Rocky Mountain............................Dec. 4, 1971 108-86 Northern Illinois............................Dec. 2, 1978 108-69 Syracuse........................................Mar. 2, 2006 107-84 Illinois Wesleyan.........................Dec. 20, 1968 107-69 Youngstown State.......................Nov. 25, 2001 106-80 American.....................................Dec. 11, 1991 105-56 Lawrence Tech...............................Jan. 2, 1963 105-94 Evansville.....................................Jan. 26, 1980 105-89 vs. Wagner.................................. Feb. 21, 1980 105-95 Loyola-Chicago............................ Feb. 28, 1981 105-64 Fairleigh Dickinson......................Dec. 18, 1982 105-70 Maine.............................................Jan. 5, 1994 105-61 Howard.......................................Nov. 20, 1999 104-62 St. Ambrose..................................Jan. 14, 1955 104-71 Nevada-Reno..............................Dec. 20, 1969 104-77 Marshall......................................Dec. 28, 1974 104-76 Valparaiso................................... Feb. 21, 1979 104-57 Chicago State................................Dec. 1, 1999 103-85 Quincy..........................................Jan. 13, 1953 103-74 Manchester.................................Dec. 30, 1954 103-55 St. John’s (Minn.)..........................Dec. 8, 1967 103-79 Butler.......................................... Feb. 16, 1980 103-68 Chicago State................................Dec. 1, 1992 103-68 Dayton..........................................Mar. 4, 1995 102-95 Chicago State..............................Dec. 10, 2011 102-47 Wisconsin State.............................Dec. 4, 1953 102-77 Illinois State....................................Jan. 3, 1956 102-79 Lawrence Tech..............................Dec. 6, 1961 102-79 at Canisius...................................Dec. 26, 1963 102-65 Baldwin-Wallace.........................Dec. 27, 1965 102-70 Lewis........................................... Feb. 17, 1973 102-70 St. Xavier......................................Jan. 24, 1976 102-71 North Texas State.......................... Feb. 2, 1980 102-67 Loyola-Chicago............................ Feb. 13, 1991 101-70 North Central.............................. Feb. 26, 1951 101-60 Elmhurst.........................................Jan. 6, 1955 101-68 Tampa......................................... Feb. 11, 1961 101-79 Parsons........................................Dec. 15, 1969 101-67 Steubenville..................................Mar. 1, 1966 101-82 at Miami (Fla.)............................. Feb. 27, 1988 100-79 Indiana.......................................... Feb. 1, 1966 100-65 California Western......................Dec. 14, 1968 100-77 Virginia Commonwealth...............Dec. 3, 1970 100-91 at Memphis State..........................Dec. 5, 1975 100-77 Loyola-Chicago.............................Jan. 10, 1976 100-52 Yale..............................................Dec. 29, 1977 100-81 Saint Louis....................................Jan. 23, 1978 100-77 Northeastern Illinois......................Dec. 4 1991 100-77 Dayton........................................ Feb. 17, 1994 100-98 at Memphis................................. Feb. 11, 1998

BY DATE 101-70 North Central.............................. Feb. 26, 1951 103-85 Quincy..........................................Jan. 13, 1953 102-47 Wisconsin State.............................Dec. 4, 1953 112-69 Taylor..........................................Dec. 17, 1954 109-60 Lawrence Tech............................Dec. 28, 1954 103-74 Manchester.................................Dec. 30, 1954 101-60 Elmhurst.........................................Jan. 6, 1955 104-62 St. Ambrose..................................Jan. 14, 1955 102-77 Illinois State....................................Jan. 3, 1956 101-68 Tampa......................................... Feb. 11, 1961 102-79 Lawrence Tech..............................Dec. 6, 1961 105-56 Lawrence Tech...............................Jan. 2, 1963 102-79 at Canisius...................................Dec. 26, 1963 111-83 Portland.......................................Jan. 11, 1964 118-44 Western Ontario............................Jan. 9, 1965 114-75 Christian Brothers.......................Dec. 11, 1965 102-65 Baldwin-Wallace.........................Dec. 27, 1965 120-51 Western Ontario..........................Jan. 10, 1966 100-79 Indiana.......................................... Feb. 1, 1966 101-67 Steubenville..................................Mar. 1, 1966 114-64 Aquinas....................................... Feb. 17, 1967 111-79 Augustana.....................................Dec. 2, 1967 103-55 St. John’s (Minn.)..........................Dec. 8, 1967 111-107 (2OT) Detroit......................................... Feb. 24, 1968 100-65 California Western......................Dec. 14, 1968 107-84 Illinois Wesleyan.........................Dec. 20, 1968 111-79 UW-Milwaukee............................. Feb. 8, 1969 101-79 Parsons........................................Dec. 15, 1969 104-71 Nevada-Reno..............................Dec. 20, 1969 100-77 Virginia Commonwealth...............Dec. 3, 1970 108-84 Rocky Mountain............................Dec. 4, 1971 102-70 Lewis........................................... Feb. 17, 1973 104-77 Marshall......................................Dec. 28, 1974 109-68 St. Mary’s (Minn.)........................Jan. 20, 1975 100-91 at Memphis State..........................Dec. 5, 1975 100-77 Loyola-Chicago.............................Jan. 10, 1976 102-70 St. Xavier......................................Jan. 24, 1976 118-62 Marshall...................................... Feb. 14, 1976 100-52 Yale..............................................Dec. 29, 1977 100-81 Saint Louis....................................Jan. 23, 1978 108-86 Northern Illinois............................Dec. 2, 1978 104-76 Valparaiso................................... Feb. 21, 1979 105-94 Evansville.....................................Jan. 26, 1980 102-71 North Texas State.......................... Feb. 2, 1980 103-79 Butler.......................................... Feb. 16, 1980 105-89 vs. Wagner.................................. Feb. 21, 1980 105-95 Loyola-Chicago............................ Feb. 28, 1981 105-64 Fairleigh Dickinson......................Dec. 18, 1982 101-82 at Miami (Fla.)............................. Feb. 27, 1988 120-85 American.....................................Dec. 14, 1988 115-111 Loyola Marymount......................Dec. 23, 1988 122-108 Loyola Marymount.......................Jan. 14, 1989 117-65 Florida International...................Dec. 29, 1990 102-67 Loyola-Chicago............................ Feb. 13, 1991 100-77 Northeastern Illinois......................Dec. 4 1991 106-80 American.....................................Dec. 11, 1991 125-93 Loyola Marymount.........................Jan. 5, 1992 103-68 Chicago State................................Dec. 1, 1992 110-84 Chicago State..............................Nov. 27, 1993 105-70 Maine.............................................Jan. 5, 1994 100-77 Dayton........................................ Feb. 17, 1994 103-68 Dayton..........................................Mar. 4, 1995 100-98 at Memphis................................. Feb. 11, 1998 105-61 Howard.......................................Nov. 20, 1999 114-69 at American-Puerto Rico.............Nov. 25, 1999 104-57 Chicago State................................Dec. 1, 1999 107-69 Youngstown State.......................Nov. 25, 2001 108-69 Syracuse........................................Mar. 2, 2006 114-81 Chicago State..............................Nov. 14, 2010 102-95 Chicago State..............................Dec. 10, 2011

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ALL-TIME OVERTIME GAMES (36-38) Date Dec. 12, 1936 1937-38 Jan. 18, 1950 Dec. 6, 1950 Dec. 18, 1950 Feb. 7, 1950 Dec. 5, 1956 Dec. 28, 1956 Jan. 26, 1957 Jan. 27, 1962 Feb. 7, 1962 Feb. 27, 1963 Dec. 28, 1963 Mar. 12, 1965 Feb. 6, 1968 Feb. 24, 1968 Feb. 19, 1969 Mar. 1, 1972 Dec. 19, 1975 Feb. 11, 1976 Mar. 18, 1976 Dec. 1, 1976 Feb. 14, 1977 Feb. 1, 1978 Feb. 12, 1978 Mar. 17, 1978 Dec. 12, 1979 Feb. 27, 1980 Feb. 3, 1982 Nov. 27, 1982 Dec. 2, 1982 Feb. 14, 1983 Dec. 31, 1983 Feb. 4, 1984 Mar. 23, 1984 Feb. 8, 1986 Mar. 15, 1987 Nov. 28, 1987 Dec. 1, 1987 Dec. 12, 1987 Dec. 30, 1990 Feb. 20, 1991 Nov. 29, 1991 Jan. 25, 1992 Jan. 9, 1993 Jan. 26, 1995 Mar. 9, 1995 Feb. 1, 1996 Dec. 20, 1997 Jan. 15, 1998 Feb. 11, 1998 Feb. 28, 1998 Feb. 6, 1999 Dec. 4, 1999 Jan. 22, 2000 Mar. 17, 2000 Feb. 15, 2003 Mar. 5, 2003 Feb. 25, 2004 Mar. 12, 2004 Mar. 18, 2004 Mar. 2, 2005 Jan. 15, 2006 Dec. 9, 2006 Dec. 12, 2007 Nov. 28, 2009 Mar. 5, 2010 Nov. 28, 2010 Dec. 11, 2010 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 18, 2012 Jan. 30, 2013 Feb. 2, 2013 Feb. 13, 2013

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Opponent Pittsburgh Detroit Portland at Oklahoma A&M St. Mary’s (Minn.) Cincinnati at Marquette vs. Iowa Western Kentucky Dayton at Louisville at Louisville at Western Michigan vs. Vanderbilt at Notre Dame Detroit St. Bonaventure at Toledo San Jose State at Indiana State vs. VMI at Northwestern at Marquette at Creighton at Notre Dame vs. Louisville at Northern Illinois at Notre Dame Saint Joseph’s Arizona State UCLA Ohio at Creighton St. John’s vs. Wake Forest at Marquette St. John’s Pepperdine Niagara Notre Dame vs. Central Florida at Notre Dame at Memphis Saint Louis Memphis State at Texas vs. Cincinnati Memphis at St. John’s USF at Memphis Louisville Cincinnati at Duke Saint Louis vs. Kansas at Southern Miss Louisville at Louisville vs. UAB vs. Dayton at UAB Rutgers at UAB Vanderbilt Detroit St. John’s vs. Stanford Ball State Villanova Louisville at St. John’s Notre Dame at Notre Dame

Overtime OT OT OT 2OT OT 2OT OT OT OT 2OT 3OT OT OT OT OT 2OT OT OT OT OT OT OT 2OT 3OT OT 2OT OT 2OT OT OT OT 2OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT 2OT 2OT OT OT 2OT OT 2OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT 2OT OT OT OT OT OT 3OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT

Result W, 41-37 L, 36-38 W, 79-76 L, 53-60 W, 79-72 W, 67-59 L, 60-61 W, 73-72 L, 76-80 L, 88-90 W, 79-78 L, 69-71 W, 91-90 L, 78-83 L, 85-91 W, 111-107 W, 72-71 L, 66-70 W, 75-73 W, 71-62 L, 66-71 W, 75-73 W, 77-72 W, 85-82 W, 69-68 W, 90-89 W, 57-55 L, 74-76 W, 56-55 W, 73-72 L, 70-73 L, 62-63 W, 59-57 W, 59-57 L, 71-73 L, 65-70 W, 83-75 L, 76-84 W, 88-87 W, 73-69 W, 81-78 L, 77-80 W, 92-89 W, 91-84 L, 93-95 L, 92-99 L, 95-96 L, 82-83 L, 70-74 W, 85-77 W, 100-98 L, 82-85 W, 61-60 L, 83-84 L, 69-75 L, 77-81 W, 74-69 W, 79-76 W, 60-58 W, 75-74 W, 76-69 L, 80-81 L, 68-78 L, 57-58 L, 85-91 W, 68-66 L, 82-90 L, 74-81 L, 77-79 L, 75-77 L, 82-90 L, 74-79 L, 71-79 L, 78-82


HISTORY & RECORDS

HOME COURT HISTORY

ALLSTATE ARENA Season W-L Pct. 1980-81 16-1 .941 1981-82 15-0 1.000 1982-83 18-2 .900 1983-84 16-0 1.000 1984-85 14-2 .875 1985-86 11-4 .733 1986-87 17-0 1.000 1987-88 11-4 .733 1988-89 12-3 .800 1989-90 12-6 .667 1990-91 11-3 .786 1991-92 10-1 .909 1992-93 10-4 .714 1993-94 9-5 .643 1994-95 10-2 .833 1995-96 4-8 .333 1996-97 0-7 .000 1997-98 1-5 .167 1998-99 7-3 .700 1999-00 10-3 .769 2000-01 8-5 .615 2001-02 4-8 .333 2002-03 13-3 .813 2003-04 11-4 .733 2004-05 14-3 .824 2005-06 7-7 .500 2006-07 13-2 .867 2007-08 7-8 .467 2008-09 5-10 .333 2009-10 6-9 .400 2010-11 5-10 .333 2011-12 4-9 .308 2012-13 6-10 .375 Totals 317-151 .677

ALUMNI HALL 1956-57 7-5 1957-58 8-5 1958-59 9-2 1959-60 9-4 1960-61 14-0 1961-62 10-5 1962-63 13-0 1963-64 14-1 1964-65 11-2 1965-66 12-3 1966-67 13-2 1967-68 10-7 1968-69 12-3 1969-70 10-7 1970-71 8-5 1971-72 10-4 1972-73 13-5 1973-74 10-2 1974-75 14-2 1975-76 13-1 1976-77 10-3 1977-78 14-0 1978-79 14-0 1979-80 14-0 1989-90 2-0 1991-92 3-0 1992-93 1-0 1993-94 1-0 1995-96 2-0 1996-97 2-0 1997-98 2-3 1998-99 2-0 1999-00 1-0 Totals 288-71

.583 .615 .818 .692 1.000 .667 1.000 .933 .846 .800 .867 .588 .800 .588 .615 .714 .722 .833 .875 .929 .769 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .400 1.000 1.000 .802

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL CHICAGO STADIUM 1942-43 8-2 1943-44 8-2 1944-45 7-2 1945-46 10-2 1946-47 7-5 1947-48 9-2 1948-49 4-6 1949-50 3-9 1950-51 3-6 1951-52 4-3 1952-53 4-3 1953-54 1-4 1954-55 3-3 1955-56 7-1 1971-72 1-0 1991-92 0-1 Totals 79-51

.800 .800 .778 .833 .583 .818 .400 .250 .333 .571 .571 .200 .500 .875 1.000 .000 .608

DE LA SALLE HIGH SCHOOL 1947-48 2-0 Totals 2-0

1.000 1.000

DEPAUL AUDITORIUM 1942-43 3-0 1943-44 6-0 1944-45 6-0 1945-46 3-0 1948-49 7-0 1949-50 2-0 1950-51 5-0 1951-52 11-0 1952-53 10-0 1953-54 10-0 1954-55 11-0 1955-56 7-0 Totals 81-0

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

LANE TECH HIGH SCHOOL 1946-47 5-0 1947-48 5-0 Totals 10-0

1.000 1.000 1.000

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McGRATH-PHILLIPS ARENA 2006-07 1-0 1.000 2008-09 1-0 1.000 2010-11 1-1 .500 2011-12 3-0 1.000 2012-13 1-0 1.000 Totals 7-1 .875

UNITED CENTER 1994-95 2-0 1.000 1996-97 0-3 .000 1997-98 0-2 .000 1998-99 2-1 .667 1999-00 1-1 .500 2000-01 0-3 .000 2001-02 1-2 .333 Totals 6-12 .333


HISTORY & RECORDS

TEAM SEASON RECORDS

GAMES PLAYED

Games 1. 35 2. 34 3. 33 33 33 33 7. 32 32 32 10. 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 18. 30 30 30 30 30 30

Record 20-15 20-14 9-24 21-12 21-12 21-12 11-21 22-10 26-6 12-19 7-24 8-23 20-11 18-13 16-15 28-3 18-13 11-19 12-18 7-23 22-8 27-3 27-3

Season 1989-90 2006-07 2008-09 1999-00 1988-89 1982-83 2012-13 2003-04 1978-79 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2004-05 1998-99 1992-93 1986-87 1985-86 2007-08 2000-01 1997-98 1987-88 1983-84 1977-78

WINS

1. 2. 5. 8. 13. 18.

Wins 28 27 27 27 26 26 26 22 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 20

Record 28-3 27-3 27-3 27-3 26-2 26-2 26-6 22-10 22-8 22-8 22-4 22-6 21-12 21-12 21-12 21-4 21-3 20-14 20-11 20-9 20-9 20-15 20-9

Season 1986-87 1983-84 1980-81 1977-78 1981-82 1979-80 1978-79 2003-04 1987-88 1947-48 1943-44 1939-40 1999-00 1988-89 1982-83 1963-64 1944-45 2006-07 2004-05 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1975-76

WINNING PERCENTAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16.

Pct. 1.000 .938 .931 .929 .929 .903 .900 .900 .900 .875 .846 .840 .818 .813 .813 .800

Record 17-0 15-1 27-2 26-2 26-2 28-3 27-3 27-3 27-3 21-3 22-4 21-4 18-4 26-6 13-3 12-3

Season 1933-34 1934-35 1980-81 1981-82 1979-80 1986-87 1983-84 1980-81 1977-78 1944-45 1943-44 1963-64 1935-36 1978-79 1930-31 1932-33

LOSSES

Losses 1. 24 24

Record 7-24 9-24

Season 2010-11 2008-09

3. 23 23 23 6. 21 7. 19 19 19 10. 18 18 12. 17 13. 15 15 15 16. 14 14 18. 13 13 13 13 13

8-23 7-23 3-23 11-21 12-19 11-19 9-19 12-18 11-18 8-17 12-15 16-15 20-15 20-14 8-14 16-13 18-13 18-13 12-13 12-13

2009-10 1997-98 1996-97 2012-13 2011-12 2007-08 2001-02 2000-01 1995-96 1970-71 2005-06 1992-93 1989-90 2006-07 1956-57 2002-03 1998-99 1985-86 1969-70 1949-50

POINTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Points 2,639 2,568 2,461 2,387 2,366

Season 1978-79 1988-89 1977-78 1999-00 1987-88

SCORING AVERAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Avg. 85.7 84.5 83.8 83.0 82.5 82.0 81.1 80.7 80.0 79.7 79.7

Season 1963-64 1954-55 1979-80 1965-66 1978-79 1977-78 1991-92 1969-70 1955-56 1974-75 1968-69

SCORING MARGIN

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17.

Margin 20.8 16.9 16.7 15.8 15.6 15.4 14.8 13.7 13.3 12.8 12.3 12.0 11.7 11.5 11.4 11.4 10.3

Season 1943-44 1934-35 1944-45 1954-55 1965-66 1945-46 1951-52 1986-87 1963-64 1980-81 1981-82 1977-78 1983-84 1964-65 1942-43 1930-31 1966-67

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Pct. .520 .516 .504 .501 .495 .494 .489 .486 .485 .483 .482

Season 1980-81 1986-87 1988-89 1987-88 1977-78 1984-85 1978-79 1979-80 1983-84 1981-82 1985-86

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.480 .475 .475 .472

1994-95 1991-92 1990-91 1975-76

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Pct. .765 .755 .746 .745 .741 .737 .736 .735 .735 .725 .723 .721 .720 .719 .715

Season 1978-79 1979-80 1972-73 1976-77 1964-65 1956-57 1977-78 1990-91 1965-66 1959-60 1980-81 1984-85 1989-90 2002-03 1994-95

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Avg. 52.0 50.1 48.8 46.7 46.5 46.4 45.4 45.0 44.5 44.4 42.9 42.3 42.2 41.9 41.4

Season 1962-63 1961-62 1968-69 1963-64 1958-59 1967-68 1957-58 1959-60 1960-61 1969-70 1993-94 1965-66 1974-75 1964-65 1956-57

REBOUNDING MARGIN

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Margin 14.1 9.0 8.0 7.5 6.9 5.7 5.5 5.2 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.9 4.6 4.5 4.4

Season 1961-62 1962-63 1999-00 1993-94 2002-03 1976-77 1983-84 1998-99 1988-89 1975-76 1959-60 2004-05 1974-75 1984-85 1977-78

FIELD GOAL DEFENSE

Pct. 1. .314 2. .323 3. .325 4. .354 5. .372 6. .385 7. .387 8. .388 .388 10. .389 11. .390 12. .391 13. .402 14. .411 .411

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Season 1953-54 1950-51 1952-53 1957-58 1965-66 1959-60 1956-57 1962-63 1960-61 1958-59 1955-56 1964-65 1993-94 2006-07 1963-64

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SCORING

CAREER LEADERS

Points Player 1. Mark Aguirre 2. David Booth 3. Dave Corzine 4. George Mikan 5. Tom Kleinschmidt 6. Stephen Howard 7. Dallas Comegys 8. Terry Davis 9. Sammy Meija 10. Curtis Watkins 11. Howie Carl 12. Cleveland Melvin 13. Rod Strickland 14. Terry Cummings 15. Quemont Greer 16. Brandon Young Tyrone Corbin 18. Stanley Brundy 19. Will Walker 20. Terence Greene 21. Draelon Burns 22. Jim Lamkin 23. Bobby Simmons 24. Brandon Cole 25. Joe Ponsetto 26. Joey Meyer 27. Ron Sobieszczyk 28. Ron Norwood 29. Gary Garland 30. Drake Diener 31. Ken Warzynski 32. Lance Williams 33. Bernard Randolph 34. Quentin Richardson 35. Andre Brown 36. Jim Murphy 37. Kenny Patterson M.C. Thompson 39. Greg Boyd Ron Feiereisel 41. Bryant Bowden Clyde Bradshaw 43. Bill Robinzine 44. Skip Dillard 45. Gene Stump 46. Mac Koshwal 47. Tony Jackson 48. Al Burks 49. Kevin Edwards 50. Al Zetzsche 51. Dar Tucker 52. Mike Gillespie 53. Jesse Nash 54. Ken Jaksy

Seasons 1978-81 1988-92 1974-78 1942-46 1991-95 1988-92 1983-87 1989-93 2003-07 1975-79 1958-61 2010-p 1985-88 1979-82 2001-05 2010-p 1981-85 1985-89 2006-10 1985-89 2004-08 1951-55 1998-01 1991-95 1974-78 1968-71 1953-56 1974-77 1975-79 2001-05 1967-70 1998-02 1979-83 1998-00 2000-04 1962-65 1981-85 1960-63 1972-75 1950-53 1992-96 1977-81 1972-75 1979-82 1943-47 2007-10 1982-86 1969-73 1986-88 1966-69 2007-09 1971-74 1961-65 1953-56

Points 2,182 1,933 1,896 1,870 1,837 1,691 1,613 1,534 1,494 1,463 1,461 1,458 1,448 1,398 1,397 1,378 1,378 1,375 1,361 1,334 1,329 1,306 1,263 1,262 1,256 1,233 1,222 1,215 1,214 1,208 1,203 1,170 1,161 1,147 1,146 1,121 1,111 1,111 1,106 1,106 1,102 1,102 1,077 1,074 1,071 1,019 1,015 1,003 995 988 986 955 940 938

Scoring Average Player 1. Mark Aguirre 2. Howie Carl 3. George Mikan 4. Ron Sobieszczyk 5. Quentin Richardson 6. Dave Corzine 7. Al Burks 8. Rod Strickland 9. Terry Cummings Bill Robinzine 11. Joey Meyer 12. Tom Kleinschmidt

Seasons 1978-81 1958-61 1942-46 1953-56 1998-00 1974-78 1970-73 1985-88 1979-82 1972-75 1968-71 1991-95

Avg. 24.5 20.0 19.1 18.2 17.9 17.1 17.0 16.6 16.5 16.5 16.4 16.3


HISTORY & RECORDS 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Kevin Edwards Cleveland Melvin Dar Tucker Willie Coleman M.C. Thompson David Booth Ken Warzynski Bill Robinzine Ron Norwood

1986-88 2010-p 2007-09 1997-99 1960-63 1988-92 1967-70 1954-56 1974-77

16.3 16.2 16.2 15.8 15.6 15.5 15.4 15.3 15.2

SEASON LEADERS

Points Player 1. Mark Aguirre 2. Mark Aguirre 3. Mark Aguirre 4. Stanley Brundy 5. Dave Corzine 6. Terry Cummings 7. Tom Kleinschmidt 8. David Booth Dar Tucker 10. Quentin Richardson 11. Quentin Richardson 12. Ron Norwood 13. George Mikan 14. George Mikan 15. Tom Kleinschmidt Kevin Edwards 17. Curtis Watkins 18. David Booth Gary Garland 20. Dallas Comegys 21. Cleveland Melvin 22. Ron Sobieszczyk 23. Brandon Young 24. Dick Heise 25. Tom Kleinschmidt 26. Cleveland Melvin Quemont Greer 28. Draelon Burns Delonte Holland 30. Howie Carl 31. Rod Strickland 32. Dave Corzine 33. Stephen Howard 34. Ron Feiereisel 35. Will Walker 36. Wilson Chandler 37. Stephen Howard 38. Ken Warzynski 39. Terence Greene 40. Rod Strickland 41. Bill Robinzine George Mikan 43. Will Walker Bobby Simmons 45. Joey Meyer 46. Sammy Mejia Terry Davis 48. Joe Ponsetto 49. Jim Murphy 50. Willie Coleman Howie Carl 52. Jermaine Watts 53. David Booth 54. Don Swanson

Season 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1988-89 1977-78 1981-82 1994-95 1989-90 2008-09 1998-99 1999-00 1975-76 1944-45 1945-46 1992-93 1987-88 1978-79 1990-91 1978-79 1986-87 2011-12 1955-56 2012-13 1956-57 1993-94 2012-13 2004-05 2007-08 2003-04 1960-61 1987-88 1976-77 1989-90 1952-53 2009-10 2006-07 1991-92 1969-70 1988-89 1986-87 1974-75 1943-44 2008-09 2000-01 1970-71 2006-07 1992-93 1975-76 1964-65 1997-98 1959-60 1995-96 1991-92 1965-66

Points 767 749 666 642 630 624 599 592 592 586 561 559 558 555 548 548 545 543 543 542 541 540 535 534 532 531 531 528 528 527 521 512 504 503 501 497 496 492 491 490 486 486 483 483 481 480 480 476 475 473 473 471 470 469

Scoring Average Player 1. Mark Aguirre 2. Dick Heise 3. Mark Aguirre 4. George Mikan 5. George Mikan 6. Mark Aguirre 7. Ron Sobieszczyk

Season 1979-80 1956-57 1978-79 1944-45 1945-46 1980-81 1955-56

Avg. 26.8 24.3 24.0 23.3 23.1 23.0 22.5

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Terry Cummings Tom Kleinschmidt Howie Carl Dave Corzine Tom Kleinschmidt Al Burks Rod Strickland Howie Carl Ken Warzynski Stanley Brundy Bill Robinzine Ron Norwood Joey Meyer

1981-82 1994-95 1960-61 1977-78 1993-94 1971-72 1987-88 1958-59 1969-70 1988-89 1974-75 1975-76 1970-71

22.3 21.4 21.1 21.0 20.4 20.3 20.0 19.7 19.6 19.5 19.4 19.3 19.2

GAME LEADERS

1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 9. 13. 15. 20. 23. 31. 39. 52.

Player Pts. George Mikan 53 Stanley Brundy 47 Mark Aguirre 47 Mark Aguirre 45 Dave Corzine 45 Howie Carl 43 Stanley Brundy 41 Mark Aguirre 41 Sammy Mejia 40 David Booth 40 Mark Aguirre 40 Mark Aguirre 40 Mark Aguirre 39 M.C. Thompson 39 Tom Kleinschmidt 37 David Booth 37 Terry Cummings 37 Howie Carl 37 George Mikan 37 Mark Aguirre 36 Mark Aguirre 36 Mark Aguirre 36 Brandon Young 35 Will Walker 35 Bobby Simmons 35 Tom Kleinschmidt 35 David Booth 35 Mark Aguirre 35 Ron Norwood 35 Emmette Bryant 35 Mark Aguirre 34 Mark Aguirre 34 Greg Boyd 34 Ed Goode 34 Ed Goode 34 George Mikan 34 George Mikan 34 George Mikan 34 Quentin Richardson 33 Tom Kleinschmidt 33 Tom Kleinschmidt 33 Terence Greene 33 Dallas Comegys 33 Terry Cummings 33 Bill Robinzine 33 Al Zetzsche 33 Bob Zoretich 33 M.C. Thompson 33 George Mikan 33 George Mikan 33 George Mikan 33 Cleveland Melvin 32 Dar Tucker 32 Draelon Burns 32 Draelon Burns 32 Quemont Greer 32 Quentin Richardson 32 Willie Coleman 32 Brandon Cole 32 Tom Kleinschmidt 32 Tom Kleinschmidt 32

Opponent Date Rhode Island March 21, 1945 Loyola Marymount Dec. 23, 1988 Maine Jan. 6, 1981 Loyola-Chicago March 5, 1979 Louisville March 17, 1978 Marquette Dec. 23, 1960 Loyola Marymount Jan. 14, 1989 Loyola-Chicago Feb. 23, 1980 Northwestern State Dec. 29, 2006 UCLA Dec. 15, 1990 Illinois State March 1, 1980 LaSalle Feb. 18, 1980 Wichita State Dec. 9, 1978 Notre Dame March 3, 1962 UAB Feb. 9, 1994 Louisville Jan. 27, 1990 Louisville Dec. 26, 1981 Western Kentucky Feb. 6, 1959 Indiana State Dec. 15, 1945 Saint Louis Jan. 13, 1981 Marquette Jan. 12, 1980 Northern Illinois Dec. 2, 1978 Connecticut Jan. 8, 2013 Notre Dame Jan. 23, 2010 Northern Illinois Dec. 23, 2000 Detroit Feb. 9, 1993 Loyola Marymount Jan. 5, 1992 LaSalle Jan. 24, 1981 Memphis State Dec. 5, 1975 Dayton Jan. 27, 1962 Missouri Jan. 2, 1980 Pennsylvania March 26, 1979 San Diego State Dec. 19, 1972 Xavier March 3, 1971 Niagara Jan. 25, 1971 Notre Dame Feb. 23, 1946 Bowling Green State March 26, 1945 Concordia (Ill.) March 10, 1944 UNC Wilmington Nov. 24, 1998 Cincinnati Jan. 21, 1995 Detroit Feb. 12, 1994 Niagara Dec. 1, 1987 Georgia Tech Feb. 22, 1987 Loyola-Chicago Feb. 12, 1982 Virginia Tech Feb. 5, 1975 Bellarmine Dec. 30, 1968 Central Missouri State Dec. 4, 1967 Notre Dame Jan. 16, 1963 Long Island Feb. 16, 1946 Notre Dame Jan. 5, 1946 West Virginia March 19, 1945 Cincinnati Jan. 15, 2013 Creighton Dec. 23, 2008 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Nov. 28, 2007 North Carolina A&T Nov. 24, 2007 UIC Dec. 18, 2005 Charlotte Jan. 8, 2000 Memphis Feb. 11, 1998 Dayton March 4, 1995 Georgetown Dec. 3, 1994 Massachusetts Jan. 24, 1993

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David Booth 32 Greg Boyd 32 Greg Boyd 32 Al Burks 32 Ken Warzynski 32 Al Zetzsche 32 Bob Zoretich 32 Brandon Young 31 Will Walker 31 Will Walker 31 Draelon Burns 31 Quentin Richardson 31 Stephen Howard 31 Stanley Brundy 31 Mark Aguirre 31 Mark Aguirre 31 Mark Aguirre 31 Terry Cummings 31 Dave Corzine 31 Ron Norwood 31 Ken Warzynski 31 Emmette Bryant 31 Howie Carl 31 Ron Sobieszczyk 31 George Mikan 31 Cleveland Melvin 30 Cleveland Melvin 30 Mike Stovall 30 Dar Tucker 30 Will Walker 30 Sammy Mejia 30 Drake Diener 30 Jermaine Watts 30 Tom Kleinschmidt 30 Tom Kleinschmidt 30 David Booth 30 Stanley Brundy 30 Rod Strickland 30 Rod Strickland 30 Mark Aguirre 30 Mark Aguirre 30 Curtis Watkins 30 Gary Garland 30 Dave Corzine 30 Bill Robinzine 30 Al Burks 30 Joey Meyer 30 Jim Lamkin 30 Ron Feiereisel 30 Jim Lamkin 30 Ed Mikan 30 George Mikan 30 George Mikan 30 George Mikan 30 George Mikan 30 Dick Triptow 30

Niagara Feb. 16, 1991 Villanova Feb. 9, 1973 Northwestern Dec. 5, 1972 Drake March 6, 1972 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) Dec. 30, 1969 Dayton Jan. 20, 1968 Marquette Feb. 4, 1967 Central Michigan Dec. 5, 2010 Providence March 11, 2009 West Virginia March. 4, 2009 West Virginia Feb. 27, 2008 California Nov. 28, 1998 Notre Dame March 7, 1992 Miami (Fla.) Feb. 27, 1988 Loyola-Chicago Feb. 28, 1981 Louisiana State Jan. 20, 1980 Maine Jan. 18, 1980 Loyola-Chicago Dec. 22, 1979 Creighton Feb. 7, 1978 Duquesne Feb. 3, 1976 Dayton Feb. 21, 1970 Xavier Dec. 27, 1963 Marquette Feb. 9, 1959 Brandeis Feb. 4, 1956 Bradley March 7, 1946 Fairfield Nov. 27, 2012 Chicago State Dec. 10, 2011 Providence Jan. 14, 2010 Providence March 11, 2009 Marquette Feb. 3, 2009 Providence Jan. 21, 2006 Missouri March 15, 2005 Michigan Nov. 15, 1995 Louisville Feb. 25, 1995 Dayton Feb. 6, 1995 Baylor Dec. 21, 1991 Dayton March 1, 1988 North Carolina State Jan. 31, 1988 Old Dominion Jan. 23, 1988 UAB Feb. 7, 1981 Butler Feb. 16, 1980 UAB Feb. 27, 1979 Creighton Dec. 30, 1978 Maryland Dec. 12, 1976 Villanova Feb. 9, 1973 UW-Milwaukee Jan. 31, 1972 St. Bonaventure Dec. 5, 1970 Notre Dame Feb. 6, 1954 Elmhurst Feb. 3, 1953 St. Ambrose Dec. 2, 1952 Notre Dame Feb. 28, 1947 Great Lake NTS Feb. 1, 1946 Murray State Jan. 4, 1946 Western Kentucky #1 1944-1945 Western Kentucky #2 1944-1945 Concordia (Ill.) Dec. 4, 1943

BEST BY CLASS - SCORING AVERAGE

Freshman: Mark Aguirre (1978-79) Sophomore: Mark Aguirre (1979-80) Junior: George Mikan (1944-45) Senior: Dick Heise (1956-57)

G 32 28 24 22

Pts. 767 749 558 524

ANNUAL LEADERS - SCORING AVERAGE

Season 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54

Player George Mikan George Mikan Ed Mikan Ed Mikan Bato Govedarica Bato Govedarica Bato Govedarica Gene Dyker Ron Feiereisel Jim Lamkin

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G 24 24 25 30 25 25 25 25 28 21

Pts. 558 555 392 463 216 323 350 369 503 405

Avg. 24.0 26.8 23.3 24.3

Avg. 23.3 23.1 15.7 15.4 8.5 12.9 14.0 14.8 18.0 19.3

1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Ron Sobieszczyk Ron Sobieszczyk Dick Heise Paul Ruddy Howie Carl Howie Carl Howie Carl M.C. Thompson M.C. Thompson Jesse Nash Jim Murphy Don Swanson Mike Norris Al Zetzsche Al Zetzsche Ken Waryznski Joey Meyer Al Burks Greg Boyd Bill Robinzine Bill Robinzine Ron Norwood Dave Corzine Dave Corzine Mark Aguirre Mark Aguirre Mark Aguirre Terry Cummings Bernard Randolph Tyrone Corbin Tyrone Corbin Rod Strickland Dallas Comegys Rod Strickland Stanley Brundy David Booth David Booth David Booth Tom Kleinschmidt Tom Kleinschmidt Tom Kleinschmidt Jermaine Watts Charles Gelatt Jermaine Watts Quentin Richardson Quentin Richardson Bobby Simmons Andre Brown Sam Hoskin Delonte Holland Quemont Greer Sammy Mejia Wilson Chandler Draelon Burns Dar Tucker Will Walker Cleveland Melvin Cleveland Melvin Brandon Young

22 24 22 20 24 24 23 23 23 25 27 26 25 25 25 25 25 23 25 15 25 29 27 30 32 28 29 28 32 30 29 31 31 26 33 35 29 29 31 26 28 29 15 18 31 33 29 26 29 32 29 27 34 30 32 31 27 31 32

381 540 534 244 461 473 376 376 360 438 475 469 432 383 435 492 481 468 438 252 486 559 512 630 767 749 666 624 440 425 461 437 542 521 642 592 543 470 548 532 599 471 193 286 586 561 483 378 453 528 530 403 497 528 592 501 386 541 535

17.3 22.5 24.3 12.2 19.2 19.7 16.3 16.3 15.6 17.5 17.5 18.0 17.2 15.3 17.4 19.6 19.2 20.3 17.5 16.8 19.4 19.3 19.0 21.0 24.0 26.8 23.0 22.3 13.7 14.1 15.8 14.1 17.5 20.0 19.5 16.9 18.7 17.4 17.7 20.5 21.4 16.2 12.9 15.9 18.9 17.0 16.7 14.5 15.6 16.5 18.3 14.9 14.6 17.6 18.5 16.2 14.3 17.5 16.7

FIELD GOALS

CAREER LEADERS

Field Goals Player 1. Mark Aguirre 2. Dave Corzine 3. David Booth 4. Tom Kleinschmidt 5. Terry Davis 6. Stanley Brundy 7. Dallas Comegys 8. Cleveland Melvin 9. Stephen Howard Rod Strickland 11. Curtis Watkins 12. Joe Ponsetto

Seasons 1978-81 1974-78 1988-92 1991-95 1989-93 1985-89 1983-87 2010-p 1988-92 1985-88 1975-79 1974-78

FG 863 789 713 632 623 611 607 598 571 571 568 554


HISTORY & RECORDS 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Sammy Mejia Terry Cummings Gary Garland Tyrone Corbin Quemont Greer Howie Carl Ron Norwood Lance Williams Will Walker Jim Lamkin Ken Warzynski Brandon Young Joey Meyer Terence Greene Bryant Bowden Bernard Randolph

2003-07 1979-82 1975-79 1982-85 2001-05 1958-61 1974-77 1998-02 2006-10 1951-55 1967-70 2010-p 1968-71 1985-89 1992-96 1979-83

552 549 533 522 520 518 499 497 496 486 485 482 479 477 474 463

Field Goal Attempts Player 1. Dave Corzine 2. Mark Aguirre 3. David Booth 4. Al Burks 5. Tom Kleinschmidt 6. Terry Davis 7. Howie Carl 8. Jim Lampkin 9. Cleveland Melvin 10. Will Walker 11. Gary Garland

Seasons 1974-78 1978-81 1988-92 1969-73 1991-95 1989-93 1958-61 1951-55 2010-p 2006-10 1975-79

FGA 1,605 1,582 1,486 1,441 1,352 1,341 1,309 1,268 1,252 1,246 1,209

Field Goal Percentage minimum 200 field goals Name Seasons FG-A 1. Stanley Brundy 1985-89 611-974 2. Kris Hill 1992-94 237-383 3. Steven Hunter 1999-01 252-430 4. Brian Currie 1992-96 273-487 5. Curtis Watkins 1975-79 568-1028 6. Mark Aguirre 1978-81 863-1582 7. Marty Embry 1982-86 288-536 8. Kevin Edwards 1986-88 404-756 Rod Strickland 1985-88 571-1069 10. Mike Gillespie 1971-74 333-626 11. Terry Cummings 1979-82 549-1036 12. Mac Koshwal 2007-10 409-784 13. Dallas Comegys 1983-87 607-1180 14. Kevin Holmes 1982-86 396-778 15. Don Swanson 1963-66 383-757 16. Tyrone Corbin 1981-85 522-1036 17. Andre Brown 2000-04 448-893 Joe Ponsetto 1974-78 554-1104 19. Bernard Randolph 1979-83 462-936 20. Bill Robinzine 1972-75 420-853

Pct. .627 .619 .586 .561 .553 .546 .537 .534 .534 .532 .530 .522 .514 .509 .506 .504 .502 .502 .494 .492

SEASON LEADERS

Field Goals Player 1. Mark Aguirre 2. Stanley Brundy 3. Mark Aguirre 4. Mark Aguirre 5. Dave Corzine 6. Terry Cummings 7. Gary Garland 8. Ron Norwood 9. David Booth 10. Kevin Edwards 11. Cleveland Melvin Dave Corzine 13. George Mikan 14. Cleveland Melvin 15. Al Burks 16. Curtis Watkins 17. Rod Strickland Joe Ponsetto 19. George Mikan 20. Dar Tucker

Season 1978-79 1988-89 1979-80 1980-81 1977-78 1981-82 1978-79 1975-76 1989-90 1987-88 2011-12 1976-77 1944-45 2012-13 1971-72 1978-79 1987-88 1975-76 1945-46 2008-09

FG 302 286 281 280 255 244 237 231 221 220 219 219 218 216 212 210 207 207 206 203

Quentin Richardson 22. Quentin Richardson Don Swanson

1998-99 1999-00 1965-66

203 202 202

Field Goal Attempts Player 1. Mark Aguirre 2. Gary Garland 3. Dar Tucker Mark Aguirre 5. David Booth 6. Will Walker 7. Cleveland Melvin 8. Mark Aguirre 9. Quentin Richardson 10. Dave Corzine 11. Ron Norwood

Season 1978-79 1978-79 2008-09 1979-80 1989-90 2009-10 2011-12 1980-81 1999-00 1977-78 1975-76

FGA 581 532 520 520 501 494 489 481 468 462 461

Field Goal Percentage minimum 70% of team’s games/4.0 FG made per game Player Season G FG-FGA Pct. 1. Stanley Brundy 1987-88 30 194-295 .658 2. Stanley Brundy 1988-89 33 286-441 .649 3. Kris Hill 1992-93 31 124-206 .602 4. Curtis Watkins 1978-79 32 210-354 .593 5. Steven Hunter 2000-01 30 138-233 .592 6. Rod Strickland 1986-87 30 188-323 .582 Mark Aguirre 1980-81 29 280-481 .582 8. Andre Brown 2003-04 23 122-214 .570 9. Terry Cummings 1981-82 28 244-430 .567 10. Brian Currie 1995-96 29 136-243 .560 11. Don Swanson 1965-66 26 202-365 .553 12. Dave Corzine 1977-78 30 255-462 .553 13. Sam Hoskin 2002-03 29 151-279 .541 14. Mark Aguirre 1979-80 28 281-520 .540 15. Mike Gillespie 1972-73 23 103-191 .539 16. Kevin Edwards 1986-87 31 184-343 .536 17. Curtis Watkins 1976-77 25 107-200 .535 18. Tyrone Corbin 1984-85 29 189-354 .534 Curtis Watkins 1977-78 30 149-279 .534

GAME LEADERS

Field Goals Player FG 1. Stanley Brundy 21 Mark Aguirre 21 George Mikan 21 4. Stanley Brundy 17 Mark Aguirre 17 6. Mark Aguirre 16 7. David Booth 15 David Booth 15 Mark Aguirre 15 Dave Corzine 15 Al Zetzsche 15 Bob Zoretich 15 M.C. Thompson 15 Ron Feiereisel 15 George Mikan 15

Opponent Date Loyola Marymount Dec. 23, 1988 Loyola-Chicago March 5, 1979 Rhode Island March 21, 1945 Loyola Mmount Jan. 14, 1989 Wichita State Dec. 13, 1978 Northern Illinois Dec. 2, 1978 Loyola Marymount Jan. 5, 1992 Louisville Jan. 27, 1990 LaSalle Feb. 18, 1980 Bradley Jan. 14, 1978 Bellarmine Feb. 25, 1969 C. Missouri State Dec. 4, 1967 Notre Dame Feb. 3, 1962 Elmhurst Feb. 3, 1953 Indiana State Dec. 15, 1945

Field Goal Attempts Player FGA 1. Mark Aguirre 39 2. Sevira Brown 29 3. Dave Corzine 28 Dave Corzine 28 Al Burks 28 6. Stanley Brundy 26 Mark Aguirre 26 Jim Lamkin 26 9. Draelon Burns 25 Dave Corzine 25 Jim Lamkin 25

Opponent Date Loyola-Chicago March 5, 1979 Harvard Jan. 3, 1970 Louisville March 18, 1978 Creighton Jan. 31, 1977 UW-Milwaukee Feb. 16, 1970 Loyola Marymount Dec. 23, 1988 Loyola-Chicago Feb. 23, 1980 Fordham Dec. 30, 1953 Vanderbilt Dec. 12, 2007 Bradley Jan. 14, 1978 Notre Dame Feb. 6, 1954

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL Field Goal Percentage minimum five field goals Name Pct. FG-FGA Opponent Date 1. Stanley Brundy 1.000 10-10 Notre Dame March 11, 1989 Stanley Brundy 1.000 8-8 Georgia Tech Feb. 6, 1988 Brian Currie 1.000 7-7 Stetson Nov. 29, 1995 Karron Clarke 1.000 6-6 Chicago State Dec. 6, 2006 Bobby Simmons 1.000 6-6 Monmouth Dec. 6, 1999 Steven Hunter 1.000 6-6 South Carolina Nov. 27, 1999 Kevin Holmes 1.000 6-6 Penn State Dec. 12, 1984 Krys Faber 1.000 5-5 West Virginia Feb. 12, 2011 Peter Patton 1.000 5-5 Saint Joseph’s Jan. 19, 1995 Bryant Bowden 1.000 5-5 Marquette Feb. 6, 1993 Chuck Murphy 1.000 5-5 Georgia Tech March 15, 1991 Melvon Foster 1.000 5-5 Oklahoma State Dec. 22, 1990 David Booth 1.000 5-5 Miami (Fla.) Jan. 29, 1990

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

BEST BY CLASS - FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

CAREER LEADERS

Freshman: Cleveland Melvin (2010-11) Sophomore: Steven Hunter (2000-01) Junior: Stanley Brundy (1987-88) Senior: Stanley Brundy (1988-89)

FG 163 138 194 286

FGA 312 233 295 441

Pct. .522 .592 .658 .649

ANNUAL LEADERS - FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

min. 70% of team’s games and 4.0 field goals made per game Season Player FG FGA 1949-50 Bill Benson 119 239 1950-51 Clem Pavilonis 126 284 1951-52 Gene Dyker 137 355 1952-53 Ron Feiereisel 171 406 1953-54 Jim Lamkin 147 361 1954-55 Ron Sobieszczyk 117 232 1955-56 Ken Jaksy 157 333 1956-57 Dick Heise 158 355 1957-58 Paul Ruddy 100 222 1958-59 McKinley Cowsen 115 291 1959-60 Bill Haig 99 222 1960-61 Jim Flemming 104 220 1961-62 Bill Debes 105 216 1962-63 M.C. Thompson 138 314 1963-64 Dave Mills 122 240 1964-65 Don Swanson 142 317 1965-66 Don Swanson 202 365 1966-67 Mike Norris 183 387 1967-68 Ken Warzynski 149 337 1968-69 Al Zetzsche 161 329 1969-70 Ken Warzynski 189 402 1970-71 Al Burks 157 333 1971-72 Al Burks 212 398 1972-73 Mike Gillespie 98 182 1973-74 Mike Gillespie 128 240 1974-75 Jim Bocinsky 125 239 1975-76 Joe Ponsetto 207 397 1976-77 Curtis Watkins 107 200 1977-78 Dave Corzine 255 462 1978-79 Curtis Watkins 210 354 1979-80 Mark Aguirre 281 520 1980-81 Mark Aguirre 280 481 1981-82 Terry Cummings 244 430 1982-83 Tyrone Corbin 124 263 1983-84 Tyrone Corbin 166 316 1984-85 Tyrone Corbin 166 316 1985-86 Kevin Holmes 125 237 1986-87 Rod Strickland 188 323 1987-88 Stanley Brundy 194 295 1988-89 Stanley Brundy 286 441 1989-90 Stephen Howard 170 369 1990-91 Stephen Howard 147 283 1991-92 Terry Davis 178 337 1992-93 Kris Hill 124 206 1993-94 Kris Hill 113 177 1994-95 Bryant Bowden 138 276 1995-96 Brian Currie 136 243 1996-97 Thomas Cooper 109 287 1997-98 Willie Coleman 171 416 1998-99 Lance Williams 187 374 1999-00 Paul McPherson 149 281

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Pct. .351 .443 .408 .421 .407 .504 .471 .445 .455 .395 .445 .472 .486 .439 .508 .447 .553 .471 .442 .489 .470 .471 .533 .538 .533 .523 .521 .535 .552 .593 .540 .582 .567 .471 .525 .525 .527 .582 .658 .649 .461 .519 .528 .602 .638 .500 .560 .380 .411 .500 .530

Steve Hunter Andre Brown Sam Hoskin Andre Brown Quemont Greer Sammy Mejia Sammy Mejia Mac Koshwal Mac Koshwal Will Walker Cleveland Melvin Cleveland Melvin Cleveland Melvin

138 148 151 122 199 147 188 129 157 177 163 219 216

233 294 279 214 435 304 391 260 298 494 312 489 451

.592 .503 .541 .570 .457 .484 .481 .496 .527 .358 .522 .448 .479

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS

Three-Point Field Goals Player 1. Drake Diener 2. Will Walker 3. Marcus Singer 4. Brandon Cole 5. Jeremiah Kelly 6. Draelon Burns 7. Peter Patton 8. Bobby Simmons 9. Tom Kleinschmidt 10. Joe Tulley 11. Quentin Richardson 12. Sammy Mejia 13. Brad Niemann 14. Dar Tucker 15. Moses Morgan 16. Brandon Young Willie Coleman 18. Kerry Hartfield 19. Rashon Burno 20. Quemont Greer Terry Davis

Seasons 2001-05 2006-10 1993-97 1991-95 2008-12 2004-08 1992-96 1998-01 1991-95 1999-03 1998-00 2003-07 1987-91 2007-09 2010-13 2010-p 1997-99 1998-00 1998-02 2001-05 1989-93

3FG 216 195 164 155 152 150 134 121 120 119 117 115 109 108 107 101 101 96 92 84 84

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Player 1. Will Walker 2. Drake Diener 3. Marcus Singer 4. Brandon Cole 5. Draelon Burns 6. Jeremiah Kelly 7. Bobby Simmons 8. Dar Tucker 9. Tom Kleinschmidt 10. Sammy Mejia 11. Joe Tulley 12. Peter Patton 13. Brandon Young 14. Quentin Richardson 15. Moses Morgan 16. Willie Coleman 17. Rashon Burno 18. Quemont Greer 19. Kerry Hartfield 20. Brad Niemann

Seasons 2006-10 2001-05 1993-97 1991-95 2004-08 2008-12 1998-01 2007-09 1991-95 2003-07 1999-03 1992-96 2010-p 1998-00 2010-13 1997-99 1998-02 2001-05 1998-00 1987-91

3FGA 571 526 479 471 447 466 366 360 357 351 346 338 331 321 319 293 280 276 269 266

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage minimum 20 made and two seasons Name Seasons 3FG-A Pct. 1. Kevin Edwards 1986-88 40-85 .471 2. Andy Laux 1984-88 67-144 .465 3. Rod Strickland 1985-88 31-68 .456 4. Drake Diener 2001-05 216-526 .411 Brad Niemann 1987-91 109-266 .411 6. Peter Patton 1992-96 134-338 .396 7. Chuck Murphy 1988-91 65-170 .382 8. Quentin Richardson 1998-00 117-321 .364 9. Kerry Hartfield 1998-00 96-269 .356 Joe Daughrity 1990-92 42-118 .356


HISTORY & RECORDS 11. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Jabari Currie Terence Greene David Booth Willie Coleman Joe Tulley Marcus Singer Will Walker

2005-09 1985-89 1988-92 1997-99 1999-03 1993-97 2006-10

70-197 72-203 63-182 101-293 119-346 164-479 195-571

.355 .355 .346 .345 .344 .342 .342

SEASON LEADERS

Three-Point Field Goals Player 1. Drake Diener 2. Quentin Richardson 3. Will Walker Will Walker Willie Coleman 6. Drake Diener 7. Brad Niemann 8. Marcus Singer 9. Draelon Burns 10. Bobby Simmons 11. Peter Patton 12. Tom Kleinschmidt 13. Dar Tucker 14. Brandon Cole 15. Moses Morgan Marcus Singer Brandon Cole 18. Kerry Hartfield 19. Jeremiah Kelly Jeremiah Kelly Dar Tucker 22. Draelon Burns Joe Tulley 24. Kerry Hartfield Quentin Richardson

Season 2004-05 1999-00 2009-10 2008-09 1997-98 2003-04 1988-89 1995-96 2007-08 2000-01 1995-96 1994-95 2008-09 1994-95 2011-12 1996-97 1992-93 1998-99 2011-12 2010-11 2007-08 2006-07 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99

3FG 85 73 71 71 71 68 67 65 63 61 60 59 58 57 54 54 54 52 50 50 50 46 46 44 44

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Player 1. Will Walker 2. Dar Tucker 3. Willie Coleman 4. Quentin Richardson 5. Will Walker 6. Drake Diener 7. Draelon Burns 8. Marcus Singer 9. Marcus Singer 10. Bobby Simmons 11. Brandon Cole 12. Tom Kleinschmidt 13. Brad Niemann 14. Brandon Cole 15 Jeremiah Kelly 16. Drake Diener 17. Peter Patton 18. Jeremiah Kelly 19. Moses Morgan Kerry Hartfield 21. Imari Sawyer 22. Kerry Hartfield 23. Brandon Young 24. Quentin Richardson 25. Jimmy Drew Draelon Burns Brandon Cole

Season 2009-10 2008-09 1997-98 1999-00 2008-09 2004-05 2007-08 1996-97 1995-96 2000-01 1994-95 1994-95 1988-89 1992-93 2011-12 2003-04 1995-96 2010-11 2011-12 1998-99 2000-01 1999-00 2011-12 1998-99 2010-11 2006-07 1993-94

3FGA 231 204 202 194 193 184 182 180 174 165 161 156 154 152 149 148 142 140 139 139 131 130 128 127 124 124 124

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage minimum 20 made Name Seasons 3FG-A 1. Peter Patton 1994-95 29-53 2. Andy Laux 1986-87 34-66 3. Drake Diener 2004-05 85-184 4. Drake Diener 2003-04 68-148 5. Kevin Edwards 1987-88 25-56 6. Rod Strickland 1987-88 24-54 7. Brad Niemann 1988-89 67-154 8. Peter Patton 1995-96 60-142

Pct. .547 .515 .462 .459 .446 .444 .435 .423

10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Andy Laux Karron Clarke Marcus Singer David Booth Brad Niemann Terence Greene Joe Daughrity

1987-88 2005-06 1994-95 1991-92 1990-91 1987-88 1991-92

33-78 34-81 29-70 28-68 36-88 26-64 32-80

.423 .420 .414 .412 .409 .406 .400

GAME LEADERS

Three-Point Field Goals Player 3FG 1. Draelon Burns 8 2. Jeremiah Kelly 7 Will Walker 7 Drake Diener 7 Drake Diener 7 Brad Niemann 7 7. Jeremiah Kelly 6 Brandon Young 6 Will Walker 6 Will Walker 6 Drake Diener 6 Drake Diener 6 Drake Diener 6 Drake Diener 6 Joe Tulley 6 Joe Tulley 6 Brad Niemann 6

Opponent Date Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Nov. 28, 2008 Villanova Feb. 19, 2011 West Virginia March 4, 2009 Missouri March 15, 2005 Charlotte Feb. 16, 2005 Chaminade Nov. 27, 1988 Miss. Valley State Nov. 14, 2011 Central Michigan Dec. 5, 2010 Providence March 11, 2009 Villanova Feb. 25, 2009 UAB March 2, 2005 Cincinnati Feb. 12, 2005 East Carolina Jan. 31, 2004 Memphis Jan. 13, 2004 Houston Feb. 7, 2001 Temple Jan. 20, 2001 Dayton Feb. 7, 1989

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Player 3FGA Opponent 1. Joe Tulley 14 Temple Jermaine Watts 14 Northwestern 3. Jeremiah Kelly 13 Villanova Will Walker 13 Providence Draelon Burns 13 Villanova Drake Diener 13 Charlotte Marcus Singer 13 Charlotte Brandon Cole 13 Memphis 9. Jeremiah Kelly 12 Miss. Valley State Will Walker 12 Syracuse Will Walker 12 West Virginia Joe Tulley 12 South Florida 13. Will Walker 11 UIC Dar Tucker 11 North Carolina A&T Drake Diener 11 Missouri Joe Tulley 11 UAB Marcus Singer 11 Saint Joseph’s Jermaine Watts 11 Michigan Tom Kleinschmidt 11 Cincinnati Tom Kleinschmidt 11 Cincinnati

Date Jan. 20, 2001 Dec. 6, 1997 Feb. 19, 2011 March 11, 2009 Jan. 16, 2008 Feb. 16, 2005 Feb. 29, 1996 Jan. 8, 1995 Nov. 14, 2011 Jan. 30, 2010 March 4, 2009 March 7, 2001 Dec. 13, 2009 Nov. 24, 2007 March 15, 2005 Feb. 24, 2001 Dec. 16, 1996 Nov. 15, 1995 March 9, 1995 Jan. 21, 1995

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage minimum five made Name Pct. 3FG-A Opponent Date 1. Draelon Burns 1.000 8-8 Texas A&M-CC Nov. 28, 2007 Brandon Young 1.000 6-6 Central Michigan Dec. 5, 2010 Will Walker 1.000 5-5 Seton Hall Feb. 23, 2008 Bobby Simmons 1.000 5-5 Saint Louis Jan. 31, 2001 5. Drake Diener .857 6-7 East Carolina Jan. 31, 2004 Brad Niemann .857 6-7 Dayton Feb. 7, 1989 7. Moses Morgan .833 5-6 Connecticut March 6, 2012 Mike Stovall .833 5-6 St. John’s March 5, 2010 Bobby Simmons .833 5-6 UAB Jan. 29, 2000 Quentin Richardson .833 5-6 Tulane March 3, 1999 Marcus Singer .833 5-6 Stetson Dec. 22, 1994 12. Drake Diener .750 6-8 Memphis Jan. 13, 2004 Marcus Singer .750 6-8 Eastern Illinois Dec. 6, 1995

BEST BY CLASS - THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS

Freshman: Dar Tucker (2007-08) Sophomore: Quentin Richardson (1999-00) Junior: Willie Coleman (1997-98)/Will Walker (2008-09) Senior: Drake Diener (2004-05)

3FG 50 73 71 85

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Season 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Player Andy Laux Andy Laux Brad Niemann Chuck Murphy Brad Niemann David Booth Brandon Cole Brandon Cole Tom Kleinschmidt Marcus Singer Marcus Singer Willie Coleman Kerry Hartfield Quentin Richardson Bobby Simmons Joe Tulley Drake Diener Drake Diener Drake Diener Draelon Burns Karron Clarke Draelon Burns Draelon Burns Will Walker Will Walker Jeremiah Kelly Moses Morgan Moses Morgan

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

3FG 34 33 67 36 36 28 54 34 59 65 54 71 52 73 61 33 34 68 85 34 34 46 63 71 71 50 54 32

1978-82 1964-67 1975-79 1991-95 1986-88 1954-57 1966-69 1998-01 1972-75 2004-08 1979-82 1950-53 1978-81 1953-56 1981-85 1968-71

180-219 105-130 137-170 243-305 146-184 292-369 282-358 336-429 182-233 299-386 300-387 338-439 456-594 470-613 334-437 275-360

.822 .808 .806 .797 .793 .791 .788 .783 .781 .775 .775 .770 .768 .767 .764 .763

SEASON LEADERS

FREE THROWS

CAREER LEADERS

Free Throws Player 1. Stephen Howard 2. Ron Sobieszczyk 3. Mark Aguirre 4. Tom Kleinschmidt 5. David Booth 6. Howie Carl 7. Dallas Comegys 8. Ron Feiereisel 9. Bobby Simmons 10. Tyrone Corbin Jim Lamkin 12. Bill Haig 13. Curtis Watkins 14. Dave Corzine 15. Brandon Young 16. Terence Greene 17. Dick Heise 18. Terry Cummings 19. Draelon Burns 20. M.C. Thompson 21. Jesse Nash

Seasons 1988-92 1953-56 1978-81 1991-95 1988-92 1958-61 1983-87 1950-53 1998-01 1981-85 1951-55 1958-61 1975-79 1974-78 2010-p 1985-89 1954-57 1979-82 2007-08 1960-63 1961-65

FT 528 470 456 453 444 425 399 338 336 334 334 328 327 318 313 308 301 300 299 285 284

Free Throw Attempts Player 1. Stephen Howard 2. Ron Sobieszczyk 3. Tom Kleinschmidt 4. Mark Aguirre 5. Dallas Comegys 6. David Booth 7. Terence Greene 8. Howie Carl 9. Andre Brown 10. Jim Lamkin

Seasons 1988-92 1953-56 1991-95 1978-81 1983-87 1988-92 1985-89 1958-61 2000-04 1951-55

FTA’s 697 613 608 594 588 584 500 498 478 445

Free Throw Percentage minimum 100 FT Name Seasons FT-A Pct. 1. Drake Diener 2001-05 192-220 .873 2. Howie Carl 1958-61 425-498 .853 3. Curtis Watkins 1975-79 327-389 .841 4. Jim Murphy 1962-65 215-261 .824

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Free Throws Name Season 1. Dick Heise 1956-57 2. Ron Sobieszczyk 1955-56 3. Mark Aguirre 1979-80 4. Stephen Howard 1991-92 Stephen Howard 1989-90 6. Mark Aguirre 1978-79 7. Howie Carl 1960-61 Ron Sobieszczyk 1952-53 9. Ron Sobieszczyk 1954-55 10. Brandon Young 2012-13 Tom Kleinschmidt 1994-95 12. George Mikan 1945-46 13. David Booth 1990-91 Dallas Comegys 1986-87 15. Sam Hoskin 2002-03 Tom Kleinschmidt 1992-93 Stephen Howard 1990-91 18. Quentin Richardson 1998-99 Terry Cummings 1981-82 20. Dar Tucker 2008-09 Mike Gillespie 1971-72 Howie Carl 1959-60

FT 218 212 187 164 164 163 161 161 147 144 144 143 140 140 139 139 139 136 136 128 135 135

Free Throw Attempts Player 1. Dick Heise 2. Ron Sobieszczyk 3. Mark Aguirre 4. Stephen Howard Mark Aguirre 6. Stephen Howard 7. Ron Feiereisel 8. Brandon Young 9. Dallas Comegys 10. Terence Greene Ron Sobieszczyk

FTA 267 261 244 213 213 210 202 194 190 188 188

Season 1956-57 1955-56 1979-80 1991-92 1978-79 1989-90 1952-53 2012-13 1986-87 1988-89 1954-55

Free Throw Percentage minimum 70% of games and 2.0 free throws per game Name Season FT-A Pct. 1. Drake Diener 2004-05 70-77 .909 2. Curtis Watkins 1976-77 58-64 .906 3. Jim Murphy 1964-65 83-93 .892 4. Gene Stump 1945-46 59-67 .881 5. Curtis Watkins 1977-78 81-92 .880 6. Howie Carl 1960-61 161-184 .874 7. Drake Diener 2003-04 74-85 .871 8. Jim Murphy 1963-64 93-107 .869 9. Curtis Watkins 1978-79 125-144 .868 10. Jim Lamkin 1953-54 111-128 .867 11. Skip Dillard 1979-80 70-82 .854 Greg Boyd 1972-73 76-89 .854 Howie Carl 1959-60 135-158 .854 14. Brandon Cole 1994-95 86-103 .835 15. Brandon Cole 1993-94 75-90 .833 16. Terry Cummings 1979-80 89-107 .832 17. Harry Shields 1970-71 58-70 .829


HISTORY & RECORDS 18. Draelon Burns Howie Carl 20. Sam Hoskin

2005-06 1958-59 2002-03

71-86 129-156 139-169

.826 .826 .822

GAME LEADERS

Free Throws Player FT 1. Howie Carl 23 2. Mark Aguirre 18 3. Delonte Holland 17 Al Zetzsche 17 Ron Sobieszczyk 17 6. Greg Boyd 16 7. David Booth 15 Terry Cummings 15 Al Zetzsche 15 10. Quentin Richardson 14 Tom Kleinschmidt 14 Tom Kleinschmidt 14 Terry Cummings 14 Mark Aguirre 14 Mike Gillespie 14 Emmette Bryant 14 Bill Haig 14 Ron Sobieszczyk 14 Ron Sobieszczyk 14 Frank Blum 14

Opponent Marquette Illinois State Cincinnati Indiana Manchester Villanova Memphis State Louisville Dayton California Cincinnati Detroit Marquette Pennsylvania Northwestern Marquette Louisville Lewis Duquesne Illinois

Free Throw Attempts Name FTA Opponent 1. Howie Carl 25 Marquette 2. Al Zetzsche 20 Indiana 3. Tom Kleinschmidt 19 Cincinnati Ron Sobieszczyk 19 Manchester 5. Delonte Holland 18 Cincinnati Quentin Richardson 18 California Mark Aguirre 18 Illinois State Frank Blum 18 Quincy Russ Johnson 18 Bradley 10. David Booth 17 UCLA Stephen Howard 17 Texas Terence Greene 17 Pepperdine Mark Aguirre 17 Loyola Ron Sobieszczyk 17 Kentucky

Date Feb. 9, 1959 March 1, 1980 Jan. 10, 2004 Jan. 29, 1968 Feb. 14, 1956 Feb. 9, 1973 Jan. 11, 1992 Dec. 26, 1981 Feb. 17, 1968 Nov. 28, 1998 Jan. 21, 1995 Feb. 12, 1994 Feb. 6, 1982 March 26, 1979 Dec. 5, 1972 Dec. 22, 1962 Feb. 18, 1959 Feb. 21, 1956 Jan. 16, 1955 Dec. 19, 1953 Date Dec. 23, 1960 Jan. 29, 1968 Jan. 21, 1995 Feb. 14, 1956 Jan. 10, 2004 Nov. 28, 1999 March 1, 1980 Jan. 4, 1954 Jan. 10, 1953 Dec. 15, 1990 March 3, 1990 Nov. 28, 1987 Feb. 23, 1980 Feb. 20, 1954

Free Throw Percentage minimum 10 made Name Pct. FT-A Opponent Date 1. Mark Aguirre 1.000 18-18 Illinois State March 1, 1980 Greg Boyd 1.000 16-16 Villanova Feb. 9, 1973 Terry Cummings 1.000 14-14 Marquette Feb. 6, 1982 Emmette Bryant 1.000 14-14 Marquette Dec. 22, 1962 Draelon Burns 1.000 12-12 Mississippi Dec. 20, 2007 Bobby Simmons 1.000 12-12 Syracuse Nov. 23, 2000 Teddy Grubbs 1.000 11-11 St.Mary’s Jan. 4, 1982 Ed Mikan 1.000 11-11 NC State March 13, 1948 11 players 1.000 10-10 last vs. Louisville March 18, 1978

BEST BY CLASS - FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

Freshman: Terry Cummings (1979-80) Sophomore: Curtis Watkins (1976-77) Junior: Gene Stump (1945-46) Senior: Drake Diener (2004-05)

FT 89 58 59 70

FTA 107 64 67 77

Pct. .832 .906 .881 .909

ANNUAL LEADERS - FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

min. 70% of team’s games and 2.0 free throws made per game Season Player FT FTA 1945-46 Gene Stump 59 67 1946-47 Ed Mikan 108 168 1947-48 Charles Allen 59 79 1948-49 Gordon Gillespie 68 99 1949-50 Sam Vukovich 58 82 1950-51 Ron Feiereisel 64 93 1951-52 Ron Feiereisel 113 144 1952-53 Ron Feiereisel 161 202 1953-54 Jim Lamkin 111 128

Pct. .881 .643 .747 .686 .707 .688 .784 .797 .867

1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Ron Sobieszczyk Ron Sobeiszczyk Dick Heise Bill Coglianese Howie Carl Howie Carl Howie Carl Dick Cook Dick Cook Jim Murphy Jim Murphy Terry Flanagan Mike Norris Al Zetzsche Al Zetzsche Joey Meyer Harry Shields Jim Marino Greg Boyd Greg Boyd Bill Robinzine Dave Corzine Curtis Watkins Curtis Watkins Curtis Watkins Skip Dillard Clyde Bradshaw Skip Dillard Tyrone Corbin Tyrone Corbin Tyrone Corbin Tony Jackson Kevin Edwards Kevin Edwards Terence Greene Stephen Howard Joe Daughrity David Booth Brandon Cole Brandon Cole Brandon Cole Jermaine Watts Charles Gelatt Ayinde Avery Bobby Simmons Bobby Simmons Bobby Simmons Sam Hoskin Sam Hoskin Drake Diener Drake Diener Draelon Burns Draelon Burns Draelon Burns Dar Tucker Will Walker Brandon Young Brandon Young Brandon Young

147 212 218 61 129 135 161 98 90 93 83 64 66 123 113 92 58 66 76 66 96 88 58 81 125 70 63 62 102 93 83 64 63 83 122 164 61 116 77 75 86 98 47 66 92 120 124 80 139 74 70 72 88 119 128 76 78 91 144

188 261 267 83 156 158 184 135 116 107 93 89 83 154 147 118 70 83 89 99 130 124 64 92 144 82 79 80 132 125 102 93 78 106 188 210 78 150 101 90 103 128 65 92 116 158 155 105 169 85 77 86 120 147 182 107 110 119 194

.780 .812 .816 .711 .826 .854 .874 .725 .775 .869 .892 .719 .794 .798 .768 .779 .829 .795 .854 .696 .738 .709 .906 .880 .868 .854 .797 .775 .773 .744 .813 .688 .808 .783 .649 .781 .782 .773 .762 .833 .835 .766 .723 .717 .793 .759 .800 .762 .822 .871 .909 .837 .733 .810 .703 .710 .709 .765 .742

REBOUNDING

CAREER LEADERS

Rebounding Player 1. Dave Corzine 2. M.C. Thompson 3. Tyrone Corbin 4. Ken Warzynski 5. Stephen Howard 6. Errol Palmer 7. Terry Cummings 8. Andre Brown 9. Stanley Brundy 10. Curtis Watkins 11. Mac Koshwal 12. Bill Robinzine

Seasons 1974-78 1960-63 1981-85 1967-70 1988-92 1964-67 1979-82 2000-04 1985-89 1975-79 2007-10 1972-75

Rebounds 1,151 972 893 890 883 874 857 855 835 810 750 744

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Dallas Comegys Mark Aguirre Joe Ponsetto Bobby Simmons David Booth Jim Flemming Lance Williams Marty Embry Bryant Bowden Quemont Greer Quentin Richardson McKinley Cowsen Dave Mills Sammy Mejia

1983-87 1978-81 1974-78 1998-01 1988-92 1958-61 1998-02 1982-86 1992-96 2001-05 1998-00 1957-60 1963-66 2003-07

714 706 704 700 698 689 678 675 671 668 652 618 614 596

Rebounding Average Name Seasons 1. M.C. Thompson 1960-63 2. Errol Palmer 1964-67 3. Ken Warzynski 1967-70 4. Bill Robinzine 1972-75 5. Dave Corzine 1974-78 6. Quentin Richardson 1998-00 7. McKinley Cowsen 1957-60 8. Terry Cummings 1979-82 9. Jim Flemming 1958-61 10. Dick Cook 1960-63 11. Al Burks 1970-73 12. Mac Koshwal 2007-10 13. Jesse Nash 1961-65 14. Dave Mills 1963-66 15. Andre Brown 2000-04 16. Mark Aguirre 1978-81 17. Kris Hill 1992-94 Bob Zoretich 1965-68 19. Bobby Simmons 1998-01 Stanley Brundy 1985-89 Bill Debes 1960-63 22. Tyrone Corbin 1981-85 23. Joe Ponsetto 1974-78 24. Wilson Chandler 2006-07 Tom Hunter 1967-70

Avg. 13.7 11.7 11.6 11.4 10.4 10.2 10.1 10.0 9.4 9.2 9.1 9.0 8.9 8.1 8.0 7.9 7.7 7.7 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.4 7.3 7.1 7.1

SEASON LEADERS

Rebounding Name Season 1. Ken Warzynski 1969-70 2. M.C. Thompson 1961-62 3. Dave Corzine 1977-78 4. Dave Corzine 1976-77 5. Bill Robinzine 1974-75 6. Stanley Brundy 1988-89 7. Terry Cummings 1981-82 8. M.C. Thompson 1960-61 9. Quentin Richardson 1998-99 10. Quentin Richardson 1999-00 11. Errol Palmer 1965-66 12. Mac Koshwal 2008-09 Jesse Nash 1963-64 14. Errol Palmer 1964-65 15. Stephen Howard 1989-90 M.C. Thompson 1962-63 17. Dave Mills 1963-64 18. Ken Warzynski 1968-69 19. Tom Hunter 1968-69 20. Terry Cummings 1979-80 21. Bobby Simmons 1999-00 Tyrone Corbin 1982-83 23. Stanley Brundy 1987-88 Terry Cummings 1980-81 25. Curtis Watkins 1978-79 Errol Palmer 1966-67 27. Kris Hill 1992-93 28. Jim Flemming 1958-59 29. Dave Corzine 1975-76

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Rebounds 379 354 340 339 338 336 334 333 327 325 313 308 308 302 285 285 281 276 270 263 262 262 260 260 259 259 258 257 256

30. 33. 35.

Stephen Howard Kevin Holland Bill Robinzine Andre Brown Joe Ponsetto Mac Koshwal

1991-92 1989-90 1972-73 2002-03 1975-76 2007-08

253 253 253 252 252 251

Rebounding Average Name Season 1. M.C. Thompson 1961-62 2. Ken Warzynski 1969-70 3. Bill Robinzine 1974-75 4. M.C. Thompson 1960-61 5. Dave Corzine 1976-77 6. Errol Palmer 1965-66 7. M.C. Thompson 1962-63 8. Jesse Nash 1963-64 9. Terry Cummings 1981-82 10. Dave Corzine 1977-78 Errol Palmer 1966-67 12. Dave Mills 1963-64 13. Errol Palmer 1964-65 14. Ken Warzynski 1968-69 15. Tom Hunter 1968-69 16. Jim Flemming 1958-59 17. Quentin Richardson 1998-99 Dick Heise 1956-57 19. McKinley Cowsen 1958-59 20. McKinley Cowsen 1959-60 21. Mac Koshwal 2009-10

Avg. 15.4 15.2 13.5 13.3 12.6 12.5 12.4 12.3 11.9 11.3 11.3 11.2 11.2 11.0 10.8 10.7 10.5 10.5 10.4 10.3 10.1

GAME LEADERS

Rebounds Player 1. Ken Warzynski 2. Andre Brown 3. Errol Palmer 4. Stanley Brundy 5. Mac Koshwal Ken Warzynski 7. Will Macon Bill Robinzine Ken Warzynski Ken Warzynski Ken Warzynski Tom Hunter Ron Sobieszczyk

Reb. 28 27 25 23 22 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

Opponent Harvard TCU Notre Dame Loyola Marymount Creighton John F. Kennedy Marquette Manhattan Missouri-St. Louis Parsons East Tennessee State Illinois Wesleyan Manhattan

Date Jan. 3, 1970 Feb. 6, 2002 Feb. 27, 1965 Jan. 14, 1989 Dec. 23, 2008 Dec. 9, 1969 Jan. 28, 1995 Jan. 11, 1975 Feb. 3, 1970 Dec. 15, 1969 Dec. 13, 1969 Dec. 20, 1968 March 1, 1956

BEST BY CLASS - REBOUNDING AVERAGE

Freshman: Quentin Richardson (1998-99) Sophomore: M.C. Thompson (1960-61) Junior: M.C. Thompson (1961-62) Senior: Ken Warzynski (1969-70)

G 31 25 23 25

Reb. 327 333 354 379

ANNUAL LEADERS - REBOUNDING AVERAGE

Season 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75

Player Dick Heise Bill Coglianese Jim Flemming McKinley Cowsen M.C. Thompson M.C. Thompson M.C. Thompson Jesse Nash Errol Palmer Errol Palmer Errol Palmer Ken Warzynski Ken Warzynski Ken Warzynski Al Burks Al Burks Bill Robinzine Bill Robinzine Bill Robinzine

G 22 20 24 24 25 23 23 25 27 25 23 25 25 25 25 23 25 15 25

Reb. 229 190 257 247 333 354 285 308 302 313 259 235 276 379 242 190 253 153 338

Avg. 10.5 13.3 15.4 15.2

Avg. 10.5 9.5 10.7 10.2 13.3 15.4 12.4 12.3 11.2 12.5 11.3 9.4 11.0 15.2 9.7 8.3 10.1 10.2 13.5


HISTORY & RECORDS 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Dave Corzine Dave Corzine Dave Corzine Curtis Watkins Terry Cummings Terry Cummings Terry Cummings Tyrone Corbin Tyrone Corbin Tyrone Corbin Marty Embry Dallas Comegys Stanley Brundy Stanley Brundy Stephen Howard David Booth Stephen Howard Kris Hill Kris Hill Will Macon Bryant Bowden Charles Gelatt Demarcus Gaines Quentin Richardson Quentin Richardson Bobby Simmons Andre Brown Andre Brown Andre Brown Quemont Greer Wilson Chandler Wilson Chandler Mac Koshwal Mac Koshwal Mac Koshwal Krys Faber Cleveland Melvin Cleveland Melvin

29 27 30 32 28 29 28 33 30 29 29 31 30 33 35 29 29 31 28 27 29 15 27 31 33 29 26 29 23 29 25 34 30 32 19 31 31 32

256 339 340 259 263 260 334 262 223 236 213 232 260 336 285 196 253 258 201 244 226 105 214 327 325 248 245 252 212 219 181 235 251 308 191 164 229 217

8.8 12.6 11.3 8.1 9.4 9.0 11.9 7.9 7.4 8.1 7.3 7.5 8.7 10.2 8.1 6.8 8.7 8.3 7.2 9.0 7.8 7.0 7.9 10.5 9.8 8.6 9.4 9.0 9.2 7.6 7.2 6.9 8.4 9.6 10.1 5.3 7.4 6.8

ASSISTS

CAREER LEADERS

Assists Player 1. Kenny Patterson 2. Clyde Bradshaw 3. Rod Strickland 4. Terence Greene 5. Rashon Burno 6. Brandon Young 7. Sammy Mejia 8. Tom Kleinschmidt 9. Gary Garland 10. Cliff Clinkscales 11. Jeremiah Kelly 12. Dave Corzine 13. Ron Norwood 14. Brandon Cole 15. Peter Patton 16. Melvon Foster 17. Drake Diener 18. Tony Jackson 19. Mark Aguirre 20. Jabari Currie 21. Joe Daughrity 22. Jermaine Watts 23. Joe Ponsetto 24. Terry Davis 25. Skip Dillard 26. Tyrone Corbin 27. Randy Ramsey

Seasons 1981-85 1977-81 1985-88 1985-89 1998-02 2010-p 2003-07 1991-95 1975-79 2004-08 2008-12 1974-78 1974-77 1991-95 1992-96 1988-91 2001-05 1982-86 1978-81 2005-09 1990-92 1994-98 1974-78 1989-93 1979-82 1981-85 1974-78

Assists 669 606 557 449 439 408 396 386 385 373 364 360 356 351 313 299 297 295 294 292 279 269 264 255 237 227 219

SEASON LEADERS

Assists Name Season Assists 1. Clyde Bradshaw 1979-80 215 2. Rod Strickland 1987-88 202 3. Kenny Patterson 1984-85 201 4. Rod Strickland 1986-87 196 5. Kenny Patterson 1983-84 189 6. Clyde Bradshaw 1980-81 188 Gary Garland 1978-79 188 8. Kenny Patterson 1982-83 187 9. Imari Sawyer 2000-01 179 10. Terence Greene 1988-89 168 11. Clyde Bradshaw 1978-79 162 12. Rod Strickland 1985-86 159 13. Jermaine Watts 1995-96 154 14. Rashon Burno 1999-00 148 15. Brandon Young 2011-12 147 16. Brandon Young 2012-13 146 17. Joe Daughrity 1991-92 145 18. Sammy Mejia 2003-04 140 19. Brandon Cole 1992-93 135 20. Joe Daughrity 1990-91 134 21. Ron Norwood 1975-76 133 22. Mark Aguirre 1980-81 131

GAME LEADERS

Assists Player 1. Imari Sawyer 2. Kenny Patterson 3. Rashon Burno Terence Greene Clyde Bradshaw 6. Cliff Clinkscales Cliff Clinkscales Rod Strickland Rod Strickland Kenny Patterson Kenny Patterson

Asst. 17 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13

Opponent Youngstown State Syracuse UNC Charlotte Northern Iowa Loyola-Chicago Chaminade UIC Wichita State USF Indiana State Louisville

Date Nov. 25, 2001 March 15, 1985 Jan. 8, 2000 Jan. 29, 1986 Feb. 23, 1980 Nov. 21, 2006 Dec. 18, 2004 March 17, 1988 Jan. 17, 1987 Feb. 20, 1985 Feb. 2, 1985

BEST BY CLASS - ASSISTS

Freshman: Imari Sawyer (2000-01) Sophomore: Rod Strickland (1986-87) Junior: Clyde Bradshaw (1979-80) Senior: Kenny Patterson (1984-85)

Assists 179 196 215 201

ANNUAL LEADERS - ASSISTS

Season 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

Player Mike Gillespie Ron Norwood Ron Norwood Ron Norwood Joe Ponsetto Gary Garland Clyde Bradshaw Clyde Bradshaw Kenny Patterson Kenny Patterson Kenny Patterson Kenny Patterson Rod Strickland Rod Strickland Rod Strickland Terence Greene Melvon Foster Joe Daughrity Joe Daughrity Brandon Cole Tom Kleinschmidt Tom Kleinschmidt Jermaine Watts Thomas Cooper Willie Coleman Kerry Hartfield

Assists 128 97 133 126 119 188 215 188 92 187 189 201 159 196 202 168 127 134 145 135 107 127 154 61 84 96

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Rashon Burno Imari Sawyer Rashon Burno Drake Diener Sammy Mejia Cliff Clinkscales Jabari Currie Jabari Currie Cliff Clinkscales Jeremiah Kelly Jeremiah Kelly Brandon Young Brandon Young Brandon Young

148 179 129 99 140 104 77 101 123 76 85 115 147 146

5. 7.

CAREER LEADERS Seasons 1983-87 1942-46 1999-01 1990-92 1985-89 1988-92 1981-83 2010-p 1992-96 1982-86 2005-07 2011-13 1982-86 1979-82 1988-93 2000-04 2008-11 2001-05 1988-92

Blocks 297 154 128 121 118 113 105 100 100 87 86 82 79 78 73 70 68 64 64

SEASON LEADERS

Blocked Shots Name Season 1. Dallas Comegys 1986-87 2. Dallas Comegys 1983-84 3. Steven Hunter 2000-01 4. Jeff Stern 1990-91 5. Dallas Comegys 1985-86 6. Jeff Stern 1991-92 7. Steven Hunter 1999-00 Walter Downing 1982-83 9. Dallas Comegys 1984-85 10. Donnavan Kirk 2012-13 11. Walter Downing 1981-82 12. Wilson Chandler 2006-07 Stanley Brundy 1988-89 14. David Booth 1989-90 Stanley Brundy 1987-88 16. Terry Cummings 1980-81 17. Cleveland Melvin 2010-11 18. Wilson Chandler 2005-06 19. Devin Hill 2008-09 Bryant Bowden 1995-96 21. Terry Cummings 1981-82 22. Cleveland Melvin 2011-12 Lemone Lampley 1985-86 Teddy Grubbs 1980-81

Blocks 108 79 72 61 59 57 56 56 51 50 49 47 47 45 45 42 40 39 38 38 36 34 34 34

GAME LEADERS

Blocked Shots Player Blocks 1. Dallas Comegys 10 2. Donnavan Kirk 8 Steven Hunter 8 Walter Downing 8

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Opponent Dayton Providence Houston Nebraska

7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Memphis Texas Southern Marquette Charlotte Baylor Weber State Florida International Marquette Western Michigan UAB Navy UT-Pan American Detroit

Jan. 13, 2001 Jan. 19, 1991 Dec. 19, 2008 Jan. 6, 2001 Jan. 8, 2000 Dec. 21, 1992 Jan. 3, 1990 Dec. 30, 1989 Feb. 10, 1987 Dec. 10, 1986 Jan. 18, 1986 Dec. 27, 1985 March 6, 1984 Feb. 17, 1982

BEST BY CLASS - BLOCKED SHOTS

BLOCKED SHOTS

Blocked Shots Player 1. Dallas Comegys 2. George Mikan 3. Steven Hunter 4. Jeff Stern 5. Stanley Brundy 6. David Booth 7. Walter Downing 8. Cleveland Melvin Bryant Bowden 10. Lemone Lampley 11. Wilson Chandler 12. Donnavan Kirk 13. Kevin Holmes 14. Terry Cummings 15. Curtis Price 16. Andre Brown 17. Devin Hill 18. Quemont Greer Stephen Howard

Steven Hunter Jeff Stern Devin Hill Steven Hunter Steven Hunter Jeff Stern Charles Sowell Charles Sowell Dallas Comegys Dallas Comegys Dallas Comegys Dallas Comegys Lemone Lampley Walter Downing

Date Feb. 7, 1987 Feb. 25, 2012 Feb. 7, 2001 March 28, 1983

Freshman: Dallas Comegys (1983-84) Sophomore: Steven Hunter (2000-01) Junior: Jeff Stern (1990-91) Senior: Dallas Comegys (1986-87)

Blocks 79 72 62 108

ANNUAL LEADERS - BLOCKED SHOTS

Season 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Player Terry Cummings Walter Downing Walter Downing Dallas Comegys Dallas Comegys Dallas Comegys Dallas Comegys Stanley Brundy Stanley Brundy David Booth Jeff Stern Jeff Stern Michael Ravizee Bryant Bowden Bryant Bowden Bryant Bowden Ricardo Crumble Ayinde Avery Lance Williams Steven Hunter Steven Hunter Andre Brown Andre Brown Quemont Greer Marlon Brumfield Wilson Chandler Wilson Chandler Mac Koshwal Devin Hill Devin Hill Cleveland Melvin Cleveland Melvin Donnavan Kirk

Blocks 42 49 56 79 51 59 108 45 47 45 62 57 33 24 19 38 18 32 18 56 72 25 14 23 25 39 47 24 38 26 40 34 50

STEALS

CAREER LEADERS

Steals Player 1. Kenny Patterson 2. Rod Strickland 3. Rashon Burno 4. Stanley Brundy 5. David Booth 6. Jeremiah Kelly Will Walker Willie Coleman 9. Peter Patton 10. Jermaine Watts 11. Brandon Cole Tom Kleinschmidt 13. Gary Garland

Seasons 1981-85 1985-88 1998-02 1985-89 1988-92 2008-12 2006-10 1997-98 1992-96 1994-98 1991-95 1991-95 1975-79

Steals 280 204 201 167 165 152 152 152 149 147 137 137 136


HISTORY & RECORDS 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 22. 23. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Tyrone Corbin Draelon Burns Kevin Edwards Thomas Cooper Brandon Young Sammy Mejia Stephen Howard Tony Jackson Bobby Simmons Melvon Foster Terence Greene Mac Koshwal Bernard Randolph Kevin Holland Terry Davis

1981-85 2004-08 1986-88 1995-99 2010-p 2003-07 1988-92 1982-86 1998-01 1988-91 1985-89 2007-10 1980-83 1986-91 1989-93

135 133 133 132 131 126 125 125 124 119 119 114 106 105 104

SEASON LEADERS

Steals Name Season 1. Gary Garland 1978-79 2. Willie Coleman 1997-98 3. Rashon Burno 1999-00 4. Kenny Patterson 1984-85 Clyde Bradshaw 1980-81 6. Kenny Patterson 1982-83 7. Jermaine Watts 1995-96 Rod Strickland 1987-88 9. Rod Strickland 1985-86 10. Kevin Edwards 1987-88 Kenny Patterson 1983-84 12. Stanley Brundy 1988-89 13. Kevin Edwards 1986-87 14. Rod Strickland 1986-87 15. Thomas Cooper 1996-97 Kenny Patterson 1981-82 17. Will Walker 2008-09 18. Bobby Simmons 1998-99 Terence Greene 1988-89 Stanley Brundy 1987-88

Steals 124 100 80 79 79 77 75 75 69 68 68 67 65 60 56 56 55 53 53 53

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

David Booth Melvon Foster David Booth Melvon Foster Howard Nathan Tom Kleinschmidt Brandon Cole Brandon Cole Tom Kleinschmidt Jermaine Watts Thomas Cooper Willie Coleman Bobby Simmons Rashon Burno Rashon Burno Rashon Burno Delonte Holland Delonte Holland Sammy Mejia Draelon Burns Draelon Burns Sammy Mejia Draelon Burns Will Walker Will Walker Jeremiah Kelly Brandon Young Brandon Young

48 48 40 40 52 47 43 43 43 75 56 100 53 80 40 41 31 38 36 30 35 35 51 55 48 52 49 49

GAME LEADERS

Steals Player Steals 1. Gary Garland 10 2. Willie Coleman 9 3. Mac Koshwal 8 Rod Strickland 8 Terry Cummings 8 6. Willie Coleman 7 Willie Coleman 7 Willie Coleman 7 Rod Strickland 7 Kenny Patterson 7 Skip Dillard 7 Mark Aguirre 7 Clyde Bradshaw 7 Gary Garland 7

Opponent USC Louisville Rutgers UT-San Antonio Maine Tulane Saint Louis Northwestern Marquette Northern Illinois Valparaiso North Texas State Northwestern Butler

Date March 11, 1979 Feb. 28, 1998 Feb. 16, 2010 Dec. 23, 1987 Dec. 22, 1981 Feb. 25, 1998 Jan. 11, 1998 Dec. 6, 1997 Feb. 10, 1987 Nov. 24, 1984 Feb. 13, 1980 Feb. 2, 1980 Dec. 21, 1979 Dec. 9, 1978

BEST BY CLASS - STEALS

Freshman: Rod Strickland (1985-86) Sophomore: Rashon Burno (1999-00) Junior: Willie Coleman (1997-98) Senior: Clyde Bradshaw (1980-81)

Steals 69 80 100 79

ANNUAL LEADERS - STEALS

Season 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

Player Clyde Bradshaw Kenny Patterson Kenny Patterson Kenny Patterson Kenny Patterson Rod Strickland Kevin Edwards Rod Strickland Stanley Brundy

Steals 79 56 77 68 79 69 65 75 67

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1,000-POINT SCORERS MARK AGUIRRE (1978-81) - 2,182 POINTS

Only DePaul player to score 2,000 points despite playing only three seasons in a Blue Demon uniform... one of two DePaul players to have his jersey number (24) retired (George Mikan is the other)... two-time National Player of the Year... twice a first team All-American... holds the top three single-season scoring records, including a school record 767 points as a freshman... leading scorer on the 1979 Final Four team... first pick of the 1981 NBA Draft... holds the school record for career scoring average... had a career-best 47 points against Maine in 1981... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1978-81 89 863-1582 .546 — — 456-594 .768 2182 24.5

DAVID BOOTH (1988-92) - 1,933 POINTS

Honorable mention All-American in 1992... first team All-Great Midwest Conference in 1992 - the first DePaul player to ever earn first team all-conference honors (along with Stephen Howard)... graduated as the first player in DePaul history to have 1,500 points, 500 rebounds, 200 assists and 100 blocks... career-high 40 points vs. UCLA as a junior… National Player of the Week by Sports Illustrated after scoring 37 points in a victory over Louisville as a sophomore... Peoria, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1988-98 124 713-1486 .480 63-182 .346 444-584 .760 1933 15.6

DAVE CORZINE (1974-78) - 1,896 POINTS

Honorable mention All-American in 1978... sixth in DePaul history in scoring average and is the school’s all-time leading rebounder... first round NBA Draft pick (18th overall) in 1978... team captain in 1978... only player in DePaul history to have 1,000 rebounds... scored 46 points against Louisville in the 1978 NCAA Tournament to send the Blue Demons to the “Elite Eight”... currently serves as the Assistant to the Athletics Director for Community Relations at DePaul... Arlington Heights, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1974-78 111 789-1605 .492 — — 318-429 .741 1896 17.1

GEORGE MIKAN (1942-46) - 1,870 POINTS

Considered one of the greatest college basketball players ever... voted as the Player of the First Half Century (1990-50) by Sport Magazine... one of two DePaul players to have his jersey number (99) retired... helped DePaul to the 1945 NIT Championship, the 1943 NCAA Final Four and second-place in the 1944 NIT... holds the single-game school scoring record (53 vs. Bowling Green in 1945)... enshrined in the Naismith Hall of Fame in 1959 as a charter member... also a member of the NIT Hall of Fame... Joliet, Ill. Career G FG FT Pts. Avg. 1942-46 98 992 452 1870 19.1

TOM KLEINSCHMIDT (1991-95) - 1,837 POINTS

The first player in school history to earn conference Player of the Year honors when he was named by the Great Midwest Conference as a senior in 1995... was the only player in DePaul history with 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 300 assists, 100 steals and 100 three-point field goals until Sammy Mejia reached those numbers in 2007... honorable mention AllAmerican as a senior in 1995... converted a four-point play with under 10 seconds remaining to beat Louisville on CBS in 1995.. scored a career-best 37 points against UAB as a junior... Chicago, Ill. Season G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1991-95 113 632-1352 .467 120-357 .336 453-608 .745 1837 16.3

STEPHEN HOWARD (1988-92) - 1,691 POINTS

The only first team Academic All-American in the program’s history, earning the honor in both 1991 and 1992... threetime Academic All-District selection... first team All-Great Midwest Conference in 1992 - the first Blue Demon to ever earn first team all-conference honors (along with David Booth)... played in more DePaul games than any player in the history of the program (126)... school’s all-time leader in free throws made... also ranks fifth in rebounding... had a career-high 31 points in a win over Notre Dame in 1992, including a free throw with under a second remaining in the game to give DePaul the victory... played in the NBA for six seasons... Dallas, Texas. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1988-92 126 571-1166 .490 21-62 .339 528-657 .756 1691 13.4

DALLAS COMEGYS (1983-87) - 1,613 POINTS

Third team All-American in 1986-87... holds every blocked shot record in school history... DePaul’s all-time leader in blocked shots with 297 (second on the list is George Mikan with 154)... 108 blocked shots in 1986-87 is a school season record... blocked a school-record 10 shots against Dayton in 1987... first round NBA Draft pick by Atlanta (22nd player selected)... the only player Ray Meyer ever personally traveled outside of Chicago to recruit in his 42 years as the Blue Demon head coach... key member of DePaul’s run to the “Sweet 16” in 1987... Philadelphia, Pa. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1983-87 118 607-1180 .514 0-1 .000 399-588 .679 1613 13.7

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HISTORY & RECORDS TERRY DAVIS (1989-93) - 1,534 POINTS

Captain in 1992-93.. second team All-Great Midwest Conference in 1992... member of the Great Midwest All-Tournament team in 1993... freshman All-American honors in 1989-90... fourth in DePaul history with 3,657 minutes played... career-high 28 points at Texas... College Park, Ga. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1989-93 123 623-1341 .465 84-254 .331 204-277 .736 1534 12.5

SAMMY MEJIA (2003-07) - 1,494 POINTS

Second player in DePaul history with 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 300 assists, 100 steals and 100 3pt. field goals (joining Tom Kleinschmidt)... finished his career second in DePaul history for minutes played… career-high 40 points against Northwestern State in 2006… second team All-BIG EAST as a senior… member of the Conference USA All-Freshman team... drafted in the second round of the 2007 NBA Draft by Detroit... Bronx, N.Y. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 2003-07 123 552-1208 .457 115-351 .328 275-417 .659 1494 12.1

CURTIS WATKINS (1975-79) - 1,463 POINTS

Honorable mention All-American in 1979... ninth in DePaul history with 810 rebounds, one seven DePaul players to have 1,000 points and 800 rebounds... best defender on the 1979 Final Four team... had 24 points in the win over UCLA to send the Blue Demons to the Final Four... 30 points against UAB in 1979... selected in the fourth round of the 1979 NBA Draft by Kansas City... Harvey, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1975-79 116 568-1028 .553 — — 327-389 .841 1463 12.6

HOWIE CARL (1958-61) - 1,461 POINTS

Earned “Little” All-American honors for players under 5-10... holds the Alumni Hall single-game scoring record with 43 points against Marquette... made a school record 23 free throws against Marquette on December 23, 1960 and attempted a school record 25 free throws in that game... played one season in the NBA... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1958-61 73 518-1309 .396 — — 425-498 .854 1461 12.6

CLEVELAND MELVIN (2010-PRESENT) - 1,458 POINTS

2011 BIG EAST Rookie of the Year... became 47th player in program history with 1,000 career points against Western Kentucky on Nov. 21, 2012 in Cancun, Mexico... ranked among all-time leaders in blocked shots, field goals, field goal attempts, scoring and scoring average... set DePaul freshman record with a .522 field goal percentage... record was previously held by Mark Aguirre (.520, 1978-79)... Baltimore, Md. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 2010-p 90 598-1252 .478 31-122 .254 231-351 .658 1458 16.2

ROD STRICKLAND (1985-88) - 1,448 POINTS

Two-time honorable mention All-American pick... third in school history for assists (behind players who played four seasons) with 557... also second in school history in steals with 204... had a career-high 13 assists on two occasions and posted double-figure assist totals seven times... scored 30 points twice... first round selection of the New York Knicks (19th pick) in 1988... Bronx, N.Y. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1985-88 87 571-1069 .534 32-69 .464 274-438 .626 1448 16.6

TERRY CUMMINGS (1979-82) - 1,398 POINTS

Two-time All-American... seventh in DePaul history with 857 rebounds... one of three DePaul players to have 1,300 points and 850 rebounds... scored 37 points (15-16 from the line) with 19 rebounds vs. Louisville as a junior... the second pick of the 1982 NBA Draft by the San Diego Clippers... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1979-82 85 549-1036 .530 — — 300-393 .763 1398 16.4

QUEMONT GREER (2001-05) - 1,397 POINTS

Concluded his career 22nd in Conference USA history in scoring... one of 11 players in school history to have 1,300 points and 600 rebounds... first team All-CUSA as a senior... had a school record streak of eight straight 20+ scoring games (Dec. 1-Jan. 6) during senior season... C-USA Player of the Week (Dec. 6, Dec. 13 and Dec. 20) - the first player in league history to ever capture the honor in three consecutive weeks... named to the All-Tournament team at the C-USA Tournament as a junior… Milwaukee, Wis. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 2001-05 118 520-1175 .443 84-276 .304 273-424 .644 1397 11.8

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2013-14 DEPAUL BASKETBALL TYRONE CORBIN (1981-85) - 1,378 POINTS

One of the most popular players in DePaul history... honorable mention All-American as both a junior and senior... ranks third in DePaul history with 893 points... one of three players in DePaul history with 1,300 points and 850 rebounds... twice lead the team in scoring and three-time in rebounding... named to the NIT All-Star team in 1983... two-time team captain (including serving as Ray Meyer’s final DePaul team captain)... drafted in the second round of the 1985 NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs... Columbia, S.C. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1981-85 120 522-1036 .504 — — 334-437 .764 1378 11.5

BRANDON YOUNG (2010-PRESENT) - 1,378 POINTS

Only player in program history with at least 1,200 points, 400 assists and 100 three-pointers... reached the milestone on March 9, 2013 against Pittsburgh... became the 48th player in program history with 1,000 career points at Arizona State on Dec. 12, 2012... also ranked among all-time leaders in assists, field goals, free throws, three-pointers, three-point field goal attempts, scoring and steals... first player since Rod Strickland (1985-88) to record at least 100 assists in three straight seasons... Baltimore, Md. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 2010-p 94 482-1119 .431 101-331 .305 313-423 .740 1378 14.7

STANLEY BRUNDY (1985-89) - 1,375 POINTS

One of only four Blue Demons to average double figures in scoring and rebounding in a season (he averaged 19.5 points and 10.2 rebounds per game as a senior)... still holds the Allstate Arena scoring record of 47 points set vs. Loyola-Marymount on Dec. 23, 1988.... holds the school record for field goal percentage in a game (10-10) against Notre Dame on March 11, 1989... one of eight players in DePaul history to score 40 or more points in a game... second round pick of the 1989 NBA Draft by the New Jersey Nets... Los Angeles, Calif. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1985-89 112 611-974 .627 0-0 .000 153-312 .490 1375 12.3

WILL WALKER (2006-10) - 1,361 POINTS

Only player in DePaul history with 1,300 career points and 185 three-pointers... one of six players (joining Mark Aguirre, David Booth, Stanley Brundy, Tom Kleinschmidt and George Mikan) to score at least 30 points in four or more games... tied for fourth all-time with 123 career games... started 80 games including 45 straight over junior and senior seasons... DePaul’s all-time leader with 571 three-point field goal attempts... second with 195 three-pointers and seventh with 152 steals... became the 13th player at DePaul to total 100 career three-pointers on Feb. 25, 2009 against Villanova... became the 45th player in school history with 1,000 career points on Dec. 13, 2009 against UIC... 67 career games in double-figures... 17 games of at least 20 points... Bolingbrook, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 2006-10 123 496-1246 .398 195-571 .342 174-251 .693 1361 11.1

TERENCE GREENE (1985-89) - 1,334 POINTS

Captain of the 1988-89 team... 125 appearances in a Blue Demon uniform is the second-highest career total... fourth in DePaul history with 449 assists... played 3,585 minutes, fourth-most in DePaul history... dished out 14 assists as a freshman against Northern Iowa, the fifth-best single-game performance in school annals... scored a career-high 33 points in a win over Niagara in 1987... Flint, Mich. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1985-89 125 477-1072 .445 72-203 .355 308-500 .616 1334 10.7

DRAELON BURNS (2004-08) - 1,329 POINTS

Second team All-BIG EAST and the league’s Player of the Week as a senior... team captain in 2007-08... scored over 30 points three times (fourth DePaul player to accomplish that feat) during senior season including consecutive 32-point efforts (fifth DePaul player to score 32+ in consecutive games)... set school record by going 8-for-8 from three-point range in win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi as a senior... finished career fourth in DePaul history for both three-point field goals and three-point field goal attempts... Milwaukee, Wis. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 2004-08 119 440-1090 .404 150-447 .336 299-386 .775 1329 11.2

JIM LAMKIN (1951-55) - 1,306 POINTS

Served as the captain of the 1953-54 team... graduated as the second-leading scorer in school history... helped DePaul to the 1953 NCAA Tournament... scored a career-best 30 points against Notre Dame on February 6, 1954... a small guard (5-9) who possessed tremendous ball handling skills... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1951-55 97 484-1268 .382 — — 334-445 .773 1306 13.5

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HISTORY & RECORDS BOBBY SIMMONS (1998-01) - 1,263 POINTS

The only player in school history to have 1,000 points, 700 rebounds, 200 assists and 100 steals... third-team AllConference USA as a senior and second team as a sophomore... member of the C-USA All-Freshman team... scored a career-best 35 points against Northern Illinois in 2000... tied a school record by going 12-for-12 from the free throw line against Syracuse... picked in the second round of the 2001 NBA Draft... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1998-01 93 403-941 428 87-285 .305 267-342 .781 1263 13.5

BRANDON COLE (1991-95) - 1,262 POINTS

Captain of the 1994-95 team... graduated as the school’s all-time leader in three-point field goals and is still third... tied for ninth in DePaul history with 137 steals and 11th with 351 assists... scored a career-best 32 points against Dayton in his final home game in 1995... Chicago Heights, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1991-95 107 454-992 .458 155-471 .329 243-305 .797 1262 11.8

JOE PONSETTO (1974-78) - 1,256 POINTS

Captain of the 1978 Blue Demons that reached the NCAA Regional Finals... also served as captain of the 1976-77 squad... led the 1977-78 team with 119 assists... grabbed a career-best 16 rebounds against Wisconsin in 1977... selected by the Chicago Bulls in the 1978 NBA draft... Maywood, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts Avg. 1974-78 97 554-1104 .502 — — 148-254 .583 1256 12.9

JOEY MEYER (1968-71) - 1,233 POINTS

Captain of the 1970-71 team... graduated as the fourth-leading scorer in school history... led the team in scoring in both his junior and senior seasons... also graduated as the eighth-best free throw shooter in the program’s history... tossed in 30 points against St. Bonaventure on Dec. 5, 1970... DePaul’s head coach for 13 years and was the 1987 National Coach of the Year... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1968-71 75 446-1188 .375 — — 275-360 .764 1233 16.4

RON SOBIESZCZYK (1953-56) - 1,222 POINTS

Finished 29th in the nation in scoring, 13th in free throw percentage and ninth in rebounding as a senior... captain of the 1955-56 NCAA Tournament team... was the first DePaul player since George Mikan to score over 300 points in each of his varsity seasons... played on the college All-Star team that toured the country with the Harlem Globetrotters... played four seasons in the NBA with the New York Knicks and Minneapolis Lakers... Sturtevant, Wis. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1953-56 67 376-840 .448 — — 612 1222 18.2

RON NORWOOD (1974-77) - 1,215 POINTS

Set the school single-season scoring record as a sophomore... had a career-high 35 points in a win over Memphis State... helped DePaul to its first NCAA Tournament win in 11 years with a victory over Virginia in 1976... drafted in the fifth round of the 1977 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks... New Hampton, N.H. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1974-77 80 499-1069 .467 — — 211-316 .668 1215 15.2

GARY GARLAND (1975-79) - 1,214 POINTS

Most Valuable Player of the 1979 NCAA West Regional... hit the game-winning basket to beat Notre Dame in the famous 1978 contest in South Bend... set a school record with 10 steals in the 1979 NCAA Tournament game against USC... nicknamed the Music Man, sang the National Anthem prior to several DePaul home games... played for the Denver Nuggets... East Orange, N.J. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1975-79 108 533-1209 441 — — 148-186 .796 1214 11.2

DRAKE DIENER (2001-05) - 1,208 POINTS

Holds school records for career free throw percentage, three-point field goals and three-point field goal attempts... third-team All-CUSA as a senior... named NACDA’s I-AAA Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior... twotime C-USA Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year… Fond du Lac, Wis. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 2001-05 120 400-882 .454 216-526 .411 192-220 .873 1208 10.1

KEN WARZYNSKI (1967-70) - 1,203 POINTS

Graduated as the fifth leading scorer and second leading rebounder in school history... holds the single-game school record with 28 rebounds against Harvard on Jan. 3, 1970... currently ranks fourth on school’s all-time rebounding list... his career rebounding average of 11.6 is currently third... owns two of the top five single-game rebounding efforts in school history... Chicago, Ill.

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G 75

FG-A 185-1080

Pct. .449

3FG-A —

Pct. —

FT-A 233-351

Pct. .664

Pts. 1203

Avg. 16.0

LANCE WILLIAMS (1998-02) - 1,170 POINTS

Team captain in 2001-02... finished as one of 17 players in school history to have 1,000 points and 600 rebounds... third team All-Conference USA as a freshman and a member of the league’s All-Freshman team... missed part of his sophomore season with a broken foot... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1998-02 109 496-1025 .484 0-3 .000 178-293 .608 1170 10.7

BERNARD RANDOLPH (1979-83) - 1,161 POINTS

Named NBC Television’s Player of the Game after scoring 20 points in 18 minutes against Syracuse... drafted in the 10th round of the NBA Draft by the New York Knicks in 1983... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1979-83 105 463-636 .728 — — 235-337 .697 1161 11.1

QUENTIN RICHARDSON (1998-00) - 1,147 POINTS

National Freshman of the Year in 1998... Conference USA Player of the Year as a freshman and honorable mention AllAmerican in both seasons with the Blue Demons... scoring average is fifth in school history while rebounding average is sixth... averaged a double-double for his career with 17.9 ppg and 10.2 rpg... ranks eighth in school history for threepoint field goals... was the second-fastest to 1,000 points of any Blue Demon (behind Mark Aguirre)... career-best 33 points against UNC Wilmington at Alumni Hall... 18th pick of the 2000 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Clippers... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1998-00 64 405-893 .454 117-321 .364 220-302 .728 1147 17.9

ANDRE BROWN (2000-04) - 1,146 POINTS

Concluded his career ranked among DePaul’s all-time leaders for rebounds, minutes played, blocked shots, rebounding... fourth in Conference USA history for rebounds... first DePaul player since Tyrone Corbin to lead the Blue Demons in rebounding average for three consecutive seasons... set the C-USA single-game record with 27 rebounds at TCU as a sophomore… posted 28 career double-doubles... played in the NBA last season for Charlotte… Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 2000-04 107 448-893 .502 0-2 .000 250-478 .523 1146 10.7

JIM MURPHY (1962-65) - 1,121 POINTS

A true point guard who was able to score and run the offense... had outstanding range on his jump shot... a tremendous free throw shooter, he shot over 80 percent in two of his seasons... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1962-65 75 770-825 .933 — — 225-251 .896 1121 14.9

M.C. THOMPSON (1960-63) - 1,111 POINTS

Averaged a double-double for his career with 15.6 ppg and 13.7 rpg... captain of the 1962-63 NIT team... holds the school record for rebounding average in both a career and season... drafted by the New York Knicks in the 1963 NBA Draft... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1960-63 71 413-952 .434 — — 285-434 .657 1111 15.6

KENNY PATTERSON (1981-85) - 1,111 POINTS

Honorable mention All-American in 1985... DePaul’s all-time assist leader... played more minutes than any Blue Demon and is the only DePaul player to log 4,000 minutes... started 114 consecutive games during his DePaul career... hit a buzzer-beating jumper to beat Northwestern in the 1983 NIT... selected in the third round of the 1985 NBA Draft... Queens, N.Y. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1981-85 120 444-1004 .442 — — 217-356 .610 1111 9.3

RON FEIEREISEL (1950-53) - 1,109 POINTS

Graduated as the school’s second-leading scorer... named the Most Valuable Player of the Chicago Stadium Doubleheader Series during the 1951-52 season... captain of the 1953 NCAA Tournament team... served as the head coach of the DePaul women’s team... played for the Minneapolis Lakers in the NBA... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG FT Pts. Avg. 1950-53 80 997 439 1109 13.9

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HISTORY & RECORDS GREG BOYD (1972-75) - 1,106 POINTS

Captain of the 1974-75 team... a three-year starter who helped the Blue Demons post winning seasons in each of his varsity seasons... scored a career-high 32 points in a win at Villanova during the 1972-73 seasons... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1972-75 75 462-1014 .456 — — 182-233 .782 1106 14.7

CLYDE BRADSHAW (1977-81) - 1,102 POINTS

Captain in 1979-80 and 1980-81... honorable mention All-American in 1980-81... set a Rosemont Horizon record with 14 assists against Creighton... member of DePaul teams that posted a 106-13 record during his career... drafted by the Atlanta Hawks in the second round in 1981... East Orange, N.J. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1977-81 119 432-946 .457 — — 238-336 .708 1102 9.3

BRYANT BOWDEN (1992-96) - 1,102 POINTS

Finished his DePaul career ranked in the top 30 in scoring, 17th in rebounding and seventh in blocked shots... captain of the 1995-96 team... honorable mention All-Conference USA and honorable mention All-Midwest by Basketball Times as a senior... also earned C-USA Player of the Week honors as a senior... Canton, Ohio. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1992-96 114 474-975 .486 1-11 .090 153-249 .614 1102 9.7

BILL ROBINZINE (1972-75) - 1,077 POINTS

Team captain in 1974-75... came to DePaul as a walk-on in 1972... averaged a career double-double with 16.6 ppg and 11.4 rpg... his father Bill also played for the Blue Demons (1953-56)... first round pick of the Kansas City Kings in the 1975 NBA Draft as the 10th pick overall... was the first DePaul player to ever be picked in the first round of the NBA Draft... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1972-75 65 428-870 .492 — — 221-290 .762 1077 16.6

SKIP DILLARD (1979-82) - 1,074 POINTS

Co-Captain of the 1981-82 team... ranked nationally in free throw shooting as a junior... honorable mention All-American in both 1981 and 1982... drafted by the Chicago Bulls in the ninth round of the 1982 NBA Draft... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1979-82 85 447-916 .488 — — 180-219 .822 1074 12.6

GENE STUMP (1943-47) - 1,071 POINTS

Team captain of the 1946-47 squad... was the second DePaul player to eclipse the 1,000-point mark... top guard on the 1945 NIT champions... helped the Blue Demons to a record of 78-21 in his career... second-leading scorer (behind George Mikan) in two of his seasons with the Blue Demons... played three seasons for the Boston Celtics... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG FT Pts. Avg. 1943-47 94 na na 1071 11.4

MAC KOSHWAL (2007-10) - 1,019 POINTS

Team captain since freshman season... averaged a double-double as a junior with 16.1 points and 10.1 rebounds per game... became the 46th player in school history with 1,000 career points on Mar. 5, 2010 against St. John’s... first freshman in program history to be named team captain... 27 career double-doubles... 58 games in double-figures... named to the BIG EAST All-Freshman Team... ranked in DePaul’s all-time top 15 in career rebounds and rebounding average... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 2007-10 81 409-784 .522 2-8 .250 199-355 .561 1019 12.6

TONY JACKSON (1982-86) - 1,015 POINTS

The first California native to sign with DePaul... three-year starter at the off-guard position... his freshman point total of 272 was the most by a DePaul freshman guard at the time... hit two free throws to seal the win over Alabama in Tokyo during the 1983-84 season... NBC-TV Player of the Game against Georgetown in Ray Meyer’s final season... San Francisco, Calif. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1982-86 92 390-883 .442 — — 235-332 .708 1015 11.0

AL BURKS (1969-73) - 1,003 POINTS

Co-captain of the 1972-73 squad... scored a career-high 32 points against Drake in 1972... led the 1971-72 team in scoring... a three-year starter... Chicago, Ill. Career G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts. Avg. 1969-73 59 444-913 .486 — — 115-177 .650 1003 17.0

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ALLSTATE ARENA DePaul’s home since 1980 and renovated in both 1999 and 2004, Allstate Arena (formerly Rosemont Horizon) was built in 1979 as one of the crown jewels of the village of Rosemont. The $20 million renovation has made Allstate Arena a state-of-the-art facility. Among the many improvements: - An additional 45,000 square feet of space in lobbies, upper floor restrooms and customer service areas. - Enhancement of the overall acoustics. - Wider aisles and improved sight lines. - Nearly 7,000 lower level seats were widened and reupholstered. - Upper level seats were reupholstered. - A state-of-the-art video board installed over center court. The arena hosts more than 150 events annually, attracting an average of 1.5 million audience members to witness some of the world’s top musical performers, exciting sporting events and fun-for-everyone family entertainment. With 18,500 reserved seating capacity and 48 skyboxes, Allstate Arena is one of the largest indoor entertainment facilities in the Chicagoland market. Excellent sight lines from all seat locations, plenty of on-site parking and convenient public transportation make Allstate Arena a premier entertainment venue. College basketball has figured prominently in the history of the building. It has been the venue for some of DePaul’s biggest victories. In the program’s 33 years of playing in Rosemont, it has won an impressive 67.7 percent (317-151) of its games and over four million fans have passed through the turnstiles to watch Blue Demon basketball. On Dec. 14, 2003, the arena’s playing floor was dedicated as the Ray & Marge Meyer Court in honor of the legendary Blue Demon mentor and his wife. The 2004-05 season featured a new playing floor and basket standards, quick strike lighting and a new locker room for the Blue Demons. The venue has also highlighted the college game on a national stage as well. Allstate Arena has played host to the 1987 and 1993 Men’s NCAA Tournament First and Second Rounds along with the 1996 NCAA Women’s Regional Finals. Allstate Arena proudly served as the host venue for the 2006 NCAA Women’s Basketball First and Second Rounds after hosting the sold-out 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Chicago Regional Finals. The NCAA Women’s First and Second Rounds returned to Rosemont in March 2012 and the 2014 BIG EAST Women’s Basketball Championship will be played at the facility in March. IMPORTANT DATES IN ALLSTATE ARENA HISTORY

Dec. 1, 1980 – DePaul Debuts In Rosemont: For the first time in school history DePaul plays a home game outside of the Chicago city limits as the Blue Demons beat John Stockton and Gonzaga, 74-56, at the Rosemont Horizon.

Feb. 25, 1995 – TK For Four: Down by three points with 11.4 seconds remaining, Tom Kleinschmidt is fouled as he drills a three-point field goal. Kleinschmidt, who finishes with 30 points, converts the four-point play and leads DePaul to an 82-81 win over Louisville.

Mar. 8, 1981 – Aguirre Plays His Final Home Game: A crowd of 17,579 witnesses what would be Mark Aguirre’s final home game at DePaul as the Blue Demons beat Notre Dame, 74-64.

Feb. 6, 1999 – Coleman Clips Bearcats: Willie Coleman sinks a free throw with no time remaining in overtime to propel DePaul past third-ranked Cincinnati, 61-60. Quentin Richardson scores 25 points, including 10 in overtime, for the Blue Demons.

Mar. 23, 1983 – Patterson’s Bomb Beats Northwestern: Sophomore guard Kenny Patterson hits a 50-foot jumper at the buzzer to beat Northwestern, 65-63, in front of 17,499 fans in the second round of the NIT.

Summer 1999 – A New Name, A New Look: The arena gets a $20-million facelift, including new seating angles, new seats, new floor design and a new name: the Allstate Arena.

Dec. 3, 1983 – Coach Ray Wins #700: Dallas Comegys pours in 21 points as the Blue Demons beat Illinois State, 69-66, and give Ray Meyer his 700th career victory.

Mar. 2, 2000 – A Full House: An arena-record crowd of 18,253 fills the arena beyond capacity to witness DePaul battle second-ranked Cincinnati.

Dec. 10, 1983 – Down Go The National Champs: DePaul gets 15 points each from Kenny Patterson and Tony Jackson as the Blue Demons beat Patrick Ewing and Georgetown, 63-61. Georgetown would go on to win the 1983-84 national championship. Mar. 10, 1984 – Ray Meyer Says Farewell: After 42 years on the Blue Demon sidelines, Ray Meyer coaches his final home game as DePaul beats Marquette, 64-49, in front of 17,559 fans. Mar. 15, 1987 – Dallas Does In St. John’s: In one of the most exciting DePaul games ever in Rosemont, Dallas Comegys misses a free throw on purpose in the final seconds of regulation against St. John’s allowing the Blue Demons to eventually tie and force overtime. DePaul would eventually go on to beat the Redmen, 83-75, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament and advance to the “Sweet 16.” Dec. 23, 1988 – Brundy Sets Scoring Record: DePaul’s Stanley Brundy pours in an arena record 47 points and the Blue Demons outlast LoyolaMarymount, 115-111. Jan. 11, 1992 – The First Conference Home Game: For the first time in school history DePaul plays a conference home game and the Blue Demons make it one to remember by beating Great Midwest foe Memphis State, 88-80, behind 25 points from David Booth. Jan. 18, 1994 – DePaul Stuns Sixth-Ranked UMass: Tom Kleinschmidt scores 29 points and Belefia Parks hits a clutch three-point field goal in the closing seconds as DePaul beats sixth-ranked UMass, 78-76.

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Mar. 5, 2003 – An Overtime Thriller: Sam Hoskin hits two free throws with no time left in regulation and sends DePaul’s game with eighthranked Louisville into overtime. Drake Diener then scores seven of DePaul’s 12 points in the extra frame to send the Blue Demons to a 79-76 overtime win and snap a 13-game losing streak against the Cardinals. Dec. 14, 2003 – The Floor Gets a Name: At halftime of DePaul’s contest with Notre Dame, the game floor at the arena is officially dedicated as Ray and Marge Meyer Court in honor of the legendary Blue Demon mentor and his wife. Summer 2004 – New & Improved: More improvements are made to the arena as a new game floor, basket standards, scoreboards and floor lighting are installed in the main arena. DePaul also gets a new locker room and press room. Jan. 7, 2006 – A BIG Win: The Blue Demons host and win their first-ever BIG EAST Conference game, beating long-time rival Notre Dame, 73-67, behind freshman Wilson Chandler who scores 21 points and grabs 12 rebounds. Mar. 2, 2006 – Record Setter: The Blue Demons post the largest margin of victory in a BIG EAST Conference game by beating Syracuse, 108-69. DePaul drills an arena record 16 3pt. field goals in the contest. Dec. 2, 2006 – Mejia Sinks Kansas: Down by as much as 14 points, DePaul rallies behind Sammy Mejia to stun fifth-ranked Kansas, 64-57, in front of 16,922 fans. Mejia scores eight straight points in final two minutes of the game to key the Blue Demon comeback. It was DePaul’s first win over a top five team since 1999.


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ALLSTATE ARENA RECORDS TEAM RECORDS

Scoring DePaul................. 125 vs. Loyola Marymount (Jan. 5, 1992) Opponent......... 111 vs. Loyola Marymount (Dec. 23, 1988) Field Goals DePaul................... 54 vs. Loyola Marymount (Jan. 5, 1992) Opponent.............. 40 (2x) last vs. Cincinnati (Feb. 5, 1998) Field Goal Attempts DePaul................... 98 vs. Loyola Marymount (Jan. 5, 1992) Opponent............ 95 vs. Loyola Marymount (Jan. 14, 1989) Field Goal Percentage DePaul.................. .667 (36-54) vs. Dayton (March 4, 1995) Opponent........ .717 (33-46) vs. Pittsburgh (March 9, 2013) Three-Point Field Goals DePaul............................... 16 vs. Syracuse (March 2, 2006) Opponent.......... 17 vs. North Carolina A&T (Nov. 24, 2007) Three-Point Field Goal Attempts DePaul....................................33 vs. Temple (Jan. 20, 2001) Opponent........................... 37 vs. Memphis (Jan. 13, 2004) Three-Point Field Goal Percentage DePaul...........................857 (6-7) vs. Dayton (Feb. 7, 1989) Opponent............................................................... .875 (4x) Free Throws DePaul................................. 36 vs. Hartford (Nov. 24, 1990) Opponent...................... 33 vs. Georgetown (Jan. 13, 1990) Free Throw Attempts DePaul................... 46 vs. Western Michigan (Dec. 9, 1987) Opponent.................................................................. 41 (2x) Free Throw Percentage (min 10 FT made) DePaul....................................................... .941 (16-17) (2x) Opponent................................................ 1.000 (11-11) (4x) Rebounds DePaul....................................... 62 vs. Maine (Jan. 5, 1994) Opponent....................... 56 vs. Pepperdine (Nov. 28, 1987) Assists DePaul.................. 37 vs. Youngstown State (Nov. 28, 2002) Opponent............................ 27 vs. Cincinnati (Feb. 5, 1998) Blocked Shots DePaul..................................... 14 vs. Dayton (Feb. 7, 1987) Opponent............. 12 (2x) last vs. Cincinnati (Jan. 15, 2013) Steals DePaul..............20 vs. Florida International (Nov. 29, 1990) Opponent.....................17 (2x) last vs. Maine (Jan. 5, 1994)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Scoring DePaul............... 47, Stanley Brundy vs. Loyola Marymount (Dec. 23, 1988) Opponent...... 42 (2x), last Jeff Fryer vs. Loyola Marymount (Jan. 14, 1989) Field Goals DePaul............... 21, Stanley Brundy vs. Loyola Marymount (Dec. 23, 1988)

Opponent............... 14 (2x), last DeJuan Blair vs. Pittsburgh (Feb. 7, 2009) Field Goal Attempts DePaul...................27, Mark Aguirre vs. UAB (Feb. 7, 1981) Opponent..... 28, Malik Sealy vs. St. John’s (March 2, 1991) Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 FG made) DePaul................875 (14-16), Stanley Brundy vs. American (Dec. 14, 1988) Opponent.........909 (10-11), Lorenzen Wright vs. Memphis (Jan. 8, 1995) Three-Point Field Goals DePaul........8, Draelon Burns vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (Nov. 28, 2007) Opponent.............. 10, Steven Rush vs. North Carolina A&T (Nov. 24, 2007) Three-Point Field Goal Attempts DePaul.................. 14, Joe Tulley vs. Temple (Jan. 20, 2001) Opponent.............. 17, Steven Rush vs. North Carolina A&T (Nov. 24, 2007) Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 3FG made) DePaul................... 1.000 (4x), last Brandon Young (6-6) vs. Central Michigan (Dec. 5, 2010) Opponent............................1.000 (3x), last J.J. Moore (5-5) vs. Pittsburgh (March 9, 2013) Free Throws DePaul............ 15 (2x), last David Booth vs. Memphis State (Jan. 11, 1992) Opponent...................... 14 (2x), last Eric Batchelor vs. UAB (Feb. 24, 2001) Free Throw Attempts DePaul.......................18, Quentin Richardson vs. California (Nov. 28, 1998) Opponent.............16, Hank Gathers vs. Loyola Marymount (Dec. 23, 1988) Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 FT made) DePaul........................... .938 (2x), last David Booth (15-16) vs. Memphis State (Jan. 11, 1992) Opponent................................................ 1.000 (2x) (11-11) Rebounds DePaul............... 23, Stanley Brundy vs. Loyola Marymount (Jan. 14, 1989) Opponent..............23 (2x), last Kentrell Gransberry vs. USF (March 3, 2007) Assists DePaul.................... 17, Imari Sawyer vs. Youngstown State (Nov. 25, 2001) Opponent......................... 16, Levance Fields vs. Pittsburgh (Feb. 7, 2009) Blocked Shots DePaul.......... 10, Dallas Comegys vs. Dayton (Feb. 7, 1987) Opponent.... 7, Cheikh Mbodj vs. Cincinnati (Jan. 15, 2013) Steals DePaul......................... 8 (3x), last Mac Koshwal vs. Rutgers (Feb. 16, 2010) Opponent....... 7, Charles White vs. Bradley (Feb. 12, 1992)

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Season W-L Pct. 1980-81 16-1 .941 1981-82 15-0 1.000 1982-83 18-2 .900 1983-84 16-0 1.000 1984-85 14-2 .875 1985-86 11-4 .733 1986-87 17-0 1.000 1987-88 11-4 .733 1988-89 12-3 .800 1989-90 12-6 .667 1990-91 11-3 .786 1991-92 10-1 .909 1992-93 10-4 .714 1993-94 9-5 .643 1994-95 10-2 .833 1995-96 4-8 .333 1996-97 0-7 .000 1997-98 1-5 .167 1998-99 7-3 .700 1999-00 10-3 .769 2000-01 8-5 .615 2001-02 4-8 .333 2002-03 13-3 .813 2003-04 11-4 .733 2004-05 14-3 .824 2005-06 7-7 .500 2006-07 13-2 .867 2007-08 7-8 .467 2008-09 5-10 .333 2009-10 6-9 .400 2010-11 5-10 .333 2011-12 4-9 .308 2012-13 6-10 .375 Totals 317-151 .677

Attendance Total Avg. 227,275 13,369 195,028 13,002 225,981 11,299 215,545 13,471 211,031 13,189 178,937 11,929 203,590 11,976 185,947 12,396 159,343 10,623 190,766 10,040 142,143 10,153 115,485 10,497 112,847 8,061 118,115 8,437 89,449 7,454 91,943 7,662 36,980 5,283 21,806 3,634 87,717 8,717 126,957 9,766 106,562 8,197 60,720 5,060 99,433 6,215 135,615 9,041 151,606 8,918 138,560 9,897 158,264 10,551 138,927 9,262 126,878 8,459 126,760 8,451 123,531 8,235 113,023 8,694 127,020 7,939 4,437,942 9,483

Note: The 1982-83 season includes 8,545 in two sessions of Crush Classic (2-0 record) and 39,040 in three rounds of National Invitation Tournament (3-0 record). The 1986-87 season includes 33,741 in two sessions of the NCAA Tournament (2-0 record). The 1988-89 season includes 12,791 in two sessions of Old Style Classic (2-0 record). The 1989-90 season includes 15,823 in two sessions of the Dodge preseason NIT (2-0 record) and 11,259 in one session of the First Chicago Christmas Classic (0-1 record). The 1990-91 season includes 13,521 in one session of the First Chicago Christmas Classic (1-0 record) and 18,837 in two sessions of the Old Style Classic (0-2 record). The 1998-99 season includes two sessions (17,284) of the National Invitation Tournament. The 2004-05 includes one session of the National Invitation Tournament (4,112).

LARGEST ALLSTATE ARENA CROWDS

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Opponent Cincinnati Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Marquette Marquette Houston Notre Dame Louisville St. John’s Georgetown Northwestern

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Date Attendance March 2, 2000 18,253 March 11, 1989 17,651 Jan. 10, 1987 17,623 March 7, 1992    17,623 March 8, 1981 17,579 March 10, 1990 17,565 March 10, 1984 17,559 March 2, 1985 17,499 Jan. 12, 1985 17,499 Dec. 8, 1984 17,499 Feb. 26, 1984 17,499 Feb. 4, 1984 17,499 Dec. 10, 1983 17,499 March 21, 1983 17,499

ALLSTATE ARENA SERIES RECORDS Alabama State......................................... 1-0 Alcorn State............................................. 1-0 American................................................. 1-1 Arizona State........................................... 1-0 Austin Peay.............................................. 1-0 Baylor...................................................... 1-0 Bowling Green State................................ 1-0 Bradley.................................................... 5-1 Bucknell................................................... 0-1 California................................................. 2-1 California-Santa Barbara.......................... 1-0 California State-Chico.............................. 1-0 Cal Poly.................................................... 1-0 Central Michigan..................................... 2-0 Cincinnati................................................. 6-9 Charlotte.................................................. 2-6 Chicago State........................................... 6-0 Cleveland State........................................ 0-1 Columbia................................................. 1-0 Connecticut............................................. 1-3 Creighton................................................. 5-0 Davidson.................................................. 1-0 Dayton..................................................... 8-4 Detroit..................................................... 7-0 Duquesne................................................ 2-0 East Carolina............................................ 3-0 Eastern Illinois......................................... 4-0 Eastern Washington................................ 1-0 Elon......................................................... 1-0 Evansville................................................. 3-1 Fairfield.................................................... 3-0 Fairleigh Dickinson.................................. 1-0 Florida Atlantic........................................ 1-0 Florida Gulf Coast.................................... 1-0 Florida International................................ 3-0 Florida State............................................ 0-1 Fordham.................................................. 1-0 Furman.................................................... 2-0 Gardner-Webb......................................... 0-1 Georgetown............................................. 3-8 Georgia Tech............................................ 1-0 Gonzaga................................................... 1-1 Hartford................................................... 2-0 Houston................................................... 5-1 Iona......................................................... 1-0 UIC........................................................... 3-1 Illinois State............................................. 7-0 Indiana State........................................... 3-0 IUPUI....................................................... 1-0 Jackson State........................................... 1-0 Jacksonville.............................................. 1-0 Kansas...................................................... 1-1 LaSalle..................................................... 1-1 Lewis........................................................ 1-0 Liberty..................................................... 1-0 Long Island.............................................. 1-0 Louisiana Tech......................................... 1-1 Louisville................................................ 7-11 Loyola-Chicago...................................... 15-2 Loyola Marymount.................................. 3-0 Maine...................................................... 4-0 Marquette........................................... 14-12 Maryland-Baltimore County.................... 1-0 Massachusetts......................................... 1-0 Memphis................................................. 3-4 Miami (Fla.)............................................. 3-0 Milwaukee............................................... 2-1 Minnesota............................................... 1-0 Mississippi............................................... 1-1 Monmouth.............................................. 2-0 Morgan State........................................... 0-1 Murray State............................................ 0-1 Niagara.................................................... 3-0 Nicholls State........................................... 1-0

North Carolina......................................... 0-1 North Carolina A&T................................. 1-1 North Carolina State................................ 3-0 North Carolina-Wilmington..................... 1-0 Northeastern Illinois................................ 2-0 Northern Illinois...................................... 9-1 Northern Iowa......................................... 1-0 Northwestern.......................................... 9-1 Northwestern State................................. 1-0 Notre Dame........................................... 12-6 Ohio......................................................... 3-1 Ohio State................................................ 1-0 Oklahoma State....................................... 0-1 Old Dominion.......................................... 3-1 Penn State............................................... 1-0 Pepperdine.............................................. 3-1 Pittsburgh................................................ 1-4 Princeton................................................. 2-0 Providence............................................... 1-3 Purdue..................................................... 2-0 Rhode Island............................................ 1-0 Rutgers.................................................... 2-3 St. Francis (N.Y.)....................................... 1-0 St. John’s.................................................. 6-5 St. Joseph’s.............................................. 4-0 Saint Louis............................................... 8-6 St. Mary’s (Calif.)..................................... 2-0 St. Thomas (Fla.)...................................... 1-0 San Francisco........................................... 1-0 Santa Clara............................................... 1-0 Seton Hall................................................ 3-3 Southeast Missouri State......................... 1-0 South Carolina......................................... 2-0 USF.......................................................... 6-5 Southern.................................................. 1-0 Southern Miss......................................... 2-1 Syracuse.................................................. 2-3 TCU.......................................................... 3-0 Temple..................................................... 1-1 Texas........................................................ 0-2 Texas-Pan American................................. 3-0 Texas-San Antonio................................... 2-0 Texas A&M............................................... 0-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi....................... 1-0 Texas State............................................... 1-0 Toledo...................................................... 0-1 Tulane...................................................... 2-2 UAB........................................................ 10-4 UC Irvine.................................................. 1-0 UCLA........................................................ 2-3 UNLV........................................................ 1-0 Vanderbilt................................................ 0-1 Villanova.................................................. 1-4 Wagner.................................................... 1-0 Wake Forest............................................. 1-0 Washington............................................. 0-1 Weber State............................................. 2-0 West Virginia........................................... 0-3 Western Carolina..................................... 1-1 Western Illinois........................................ 0-1 Western Kentucky................................... 1-0 Western Michigan................................... 5-0 Wisconsin-Green Bay.............................. 0-1 Youngstown State.................................... 1-0


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SULLIVAN ATHLETICS CENTER & McGRATH-PHILLIPS ARENA The day-to-day home of the DePaul men’s basketball program is the Sullivan Athletics Center. The on-campus facility serves as the hub of activity with a basketball practice facility, locker rooms, coaching staff and academic advising offices. DePaul has played eight games all-time at McGrath-Phillips Arena posting wins over Hofstra in the 2007 NIT and Albany to open the 2008-09 season. The Blue Demons split a pair of on-campus games in 2010-11 with a win over Chicago State and an overtime loss against Ball State. DePaul posted three wins over Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Mississippi Valley State and UT-Pan American in 2011-12 and opened the 2012-13 season in Lincoln Park with a win against UC Riverside. The Blue Demons also start the 2013-14 campaign on campus against Grambling State. Opened in the Spring of 2000, the facility was originally named the DePaul Athletics Center until July 22, 2006, as the facility was renamed the Sullivan Athletics Center to memorialize the achievement of legendary DePaul athletic director and visionary Gene Sullivan. Though his tenure was relatively short, his impact has been long lasting. One of Sullivan’s legacies is that of inclusion, providing enhanced opportunities for minority student-athletes and women. Sullivan’s vision in the emergence of cable television probably is his greatest legacy at DePaul. As a result of his forwardthinking, nearly a generation grew up watching nation-wide broadcasts of Blue Demon men’s basketball, assisting in DePaul University’s emergence into the largest Catholic university in the United States. McGrath-Phillips Arena is the heart of the Sullivan Athletics Center. The arena was dedicated in honor of Frank McGrath in 2006, legendary DePaul assistant men’s basketball coach and administrator and in 2011 after DePaul benefactor Joni Phillips. The arena is the home to DePaul’s women’s basketball and volleyball teams and serves as a facility for all of DePaul’s programs. McGrath served DePaul for more than three decades, first as an assistant coach to Blue Demon legend Ray Meyer. His legacy was one of hard work, loyalty and dedication. McGrath’s role as an assistant athletic director and director of facilities cemented his place in DePaul’s history. Prior to working on Meyer’s staff, he was an accomplished prep coach at DePaul Academy and Weber High School. Opened in April 2000 on the Lincoln Park campus, the Sullivan Athletics Center features sophisticated training and sports medicine equipment, three full-sized basketball courts and room to plan winning strategies. All of this gives DePaul student-athletes the competitive edge on and off the court. These facilities, combined with the escalating success by all of the Blue Demon teams, tell prospective studentathletes that when they choose DePaul, they commit to excellence. While the facility is going to lead to new and exciting milestones for the Blue Demons, DePaul’s tradition is also on display. The history of success is evident as visitors step into the main concourse of the fan-friendly building. Alumni will feel the excitement of past victories as they explore the trophies and awards in the Hall of Fame. The students, faculty, staff, alumni, the Lincoln Park community, the new fans we’ll attract, and all who experience this new building will understand DePaul’s commitment to excellence. DePaul benefits from the many outstanding features of the Sullivan Athletics Center and McGrath-Phillips Arena: - three multipurpose practice courts - separate viewing balcony for observing games and practice sessions - top-notch training equipment for the exclusive use of student-athletes - large sports medicine area with multiple treatment tables - 2,400 square feet of weight training space - Hall of Fame area with displays for trophies and awards - office space for all coaching and administrative staff - academic support area for studying, tutoring and computer use - wet treatment area with whirlpools and SwimEx aquatic therapy pool, capable of training and rehabilitating athletes

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McGRATH-PHILLIPS ARENA RECORDS TEAM RECORDS

Field Goals DePaul.......9 (3x), last Tony Freeland and Cleveland Melvin vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Opponent......9, Carlos Rivera vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007)

Field Goals DePaul.........................42 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Opponent....................31 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010)

Field Goal Attempts DePaul...................................16 (4x), last Cleveland Melvin vs. UC Riverside (Nov. 9, 2012) Opponent....21, Carlos Rivera vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007)

Scoring DePaul.......................114 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Opponent....................81 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010)

Field Goal Attempts DePaul............................ 73 vs. UC Riverside (Nov. 9, 2012) Opponent....................72 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Field Goal Percentage DePaul......... .592 (42-71) vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Opponent........... .527 (29-55) vs. Ball State (Dec. 11, 2010) Three-Point Field Goals DePaul................... 12 vs. UT-Pan American (Nov. 11, 2011) Opponent...........................11 vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007) Three-Point Field Goal Attempts DePaul................... 27 vs. UT-Pan American (Nov. 11, 2011) Opponent...........................25 vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007) Three-Point Field Goal Percentage DePaul..............524 (11-21) vs. UC Riverside (Nov. 9, 2012) Opponent........... .440 (11-25) vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007) Free Throws DePaul.........................25 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Opponent.....20 vs. Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 14, 2011) Free Throw Attempts DePaul.........................34 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Opponent.....29 vs. Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 14, 2011) Free Throw Percentage (min 10 made) DePaul................ .750 (18-24) vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007) Opponent.... .818 (18-22) vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Rebounds DePaul............................ 39 vs. UC Riverside (Nov. 9, 2012) Opponent...............................45 vs. Albany (Nov. 17, 2008) Assists DePaul.........................31 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Opponent....................18 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Blocked Shots DePaul........................... 7 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Opponent.............3 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Dec. 17, 2011) Steals DePaul.........................17 vs. Chicago State (Nov. 14, 2010) Opponent.....10 vs. Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 14, 2011)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Scoring DePaul... 26, Wilson Chandler vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007) Opponent........................................ 23, Savalace Townsend vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Dec. 17, 2011)

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Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 made) DePaul................................................................................-Opponent...........................................................................-Three-Point Field Goals DePaul............ 6, Jeremiah Kelly vs. Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 14, 2011) Opponent......4, Carlos Rivera vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007) Three-Point Field Goal Attempts DePaul.......... 12, Jeremiah Kelly vs. Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 14, 2011) Opponent....11, Carlos Rivera vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007) Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 made) DePaul....................................... .500 (6-12), Jeremiah Kelly vs. Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 14, 2011) Opponent...........................................................................-Free Throws DePaul...................7, Dar Tucker vs. Albany (Nov. 17, 2008) Opponent..... 6, Savalace Townsend vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Dec. 17, 2011) Free Throw Attempts DePaul..... 10, Cleveland Melvin vs. Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 14, 2011) Opponent.............................9 (2x), last Savalace Townsend vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Dec. 17, 2011) Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 made) DePaul................................................................................-Opponent...........................................................................-Rebounds DePaul........................ 10 (2x), last Mac Koshwal vs. Albany (Nov. 17, 2008) Opponent................................ 12 (2x), last Amos Studivant vs. Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 14, 2011) Assists DePaul.........8, Draelon Burns vs. Hofstra (March 14, 2007) Opponent.........7, Mike Johnson vs. Albany (Nov. 17, 2008) Blocked Shots DePaul...........3 (2x), last Krys Faber vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Dec. 17, 2011) Opponent............................................2, Mitchell Anderson vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Dec. 17, 2011) Steals DePaul...5, Cleveland Melvin vs. UC Riverside (Nov. 9, 2012) Opponent.............................4 (2x), last Savalace Townsend vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Dec. 17, 2011)


2013-14 RADIO/TV ROSTER

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R.J. CURINGTON 6-4 | 205 | Fr. | G Dyer, Ind.

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EDWIND McGHEE 6-3 | 205 | Sr. | G Champaign, Ill.

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CORY DOLINS 6-0 | 182 | So. | G Northbrook, Ill.

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DeJUAN MARRERO 6-5 | 219 | Fr. | F Gary, Ind.

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BILLY GARRETT JR. 6-5 | 194 | Fr. | G Chicago, Ill.

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BRANDON YOUNG 6-4 | 192 | Sr. | G Baltimore, Md.

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TOMMY HAMILTON IV 6-10 | 284 | Fr. | C Chicago, Ill.

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FORREST ROBINSON 6-10 | 229 | Jr. | F Ranger, Texas

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JAMEE CROCKETT 6-4 | 207 | Jr. | F Chicago, Ill.

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MYKE HENRY 6-6 | 210 | Jr. | F Chicago, Ill.

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CLEVELAND MELVIN 6-8 | 208 | Sr. | F Baltimore, Md.

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DURRELL McDONALD 6-1 |169 | So. | G Las Vegas, Nev.

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PETER RYCKBOSCH 6-9| 237 | So. | F Chicago, Ill.

CHARLES McKINNEY 6-3 | 184 | Jr. | G Evanston, Ill.

GREG SEQUELE 6-9 | 215 | Jr. | F Sainte-Rose, Guadeloupe

SANDI MARCIUS 6-10 | 255 | Sr. | F Nedelisce, Croatia

OLIVER PURNELL Head Coach

RON BRADLEY Associate Head Coach

BILLY GARRETT Assistant Coach

RENARD PHILLIPS Assistant Coach

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2013-14 DePaul Men's Basketball Media Guide  

The 2013-14 DePaul media guide for the men's basketball program.

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