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2016-17 Season Schedule 11/4

at Northern Kentucky Norse (exh.)

8 p.m.

11/9

at Campbellsville Tigers (exh.)

7 p.m.

11/15

MOUNT ST. JOSEPH LIONS

8 p.m.

11/19

RHODES TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT

at Rhodes Lynx

2 p.m.

11/20 Championship/Consolation

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TBA

11/27

BEREA MOUNTAINEERS

3 p.m.

11/30

at Defiance Yellow Jackets

12/3

* at Mount Union Purple Raiders

3 p.m.

12/7

* OHIO NORTHERN POLAR BEARS

7 p.m.

12/10

* at Heidelberg Student Princes

2 p.m.

12/17

* at Marietta Pioneers

3 p.m.

12/19

THOMAS MORE SAINTS

7 p.m.

12/29

TRINE THUNDER

3 p.m.

1/4

* CAPITAL CRUSADERS

7 p.m.

1/7

* at Baldwin Wallace Yellow Jackets

3 p.m.

1/11

* MUSKINGUM MUSKIES

7 p.m.

1/14

* at John Carroll Blue Streaks

2 p.m.

1/18

* OTTERBEIN CARDINALS

7 p.m.

1/21

* HEIDELBERG STUDENT PRINCES

3 p.m.

1/25

* at Ohio Northern Polar Bears

7 p.m.

1/28

* MOUNT UNION PURPLE RAIDERS

3 p.m.

2/1

* at Muskingum Muskies

7 p.m.

2/4

* JOHN CARROLL BLUE STREAKS

3 p.m.

2/8

* at Otterbein Cardinals

7 p.m.

2/11

* MARIETTA PIONEERS

3 p.m.

2/15

* at Capital Crusaders

7 p.m.

2/18

* BALDWIN WALLACE YELLOW JACKETS

3 p.m.

7:30 p.m.

Home games denoted in bold * Denotes Ohio Athletic Conference game


TABLE OF CONTENTS Schedule ................................................... 2 Season Preview ........................................ 4 Coaching Staff............................................6 Roster ....................................................... 8 Profiles ............................................... 9-20 Christian Jones .................................9 Will Patrick .................................... 10 Kevin Lewis ................................... 11 D.J. Iles .......................................... 12 Jordan Jones ................................. 13 Andrew Russell ............................. 14 Malcolm Pittman ........................... 15 Jordan Hecker ............................... 16 Nathan Scott ................................. 17 Payton Smith, Julian Harris William Green, Noah Chatman ..... 18 Trent Gilmore, Michael Frye Darius Dunson, Jacob Strieter ..... 19 William Hansford .......................... 20 Record Book .....................................21-27 Game-by Game results ................ 21 Game Records ............................... 25 Season Records ............................ 26 Career Records ............................. 27 Student Life ............................................ 28 About Wilmington .................................. 30 Wilmington Admissions ......................... 31

WILMINGTON COLLEGE QUICK FACTS Location ................................ Wilmington, Ohio 45177 Founded ................................................................ 1870 Religious Affiliation.................Relig. Society of Friends Nickname ............................................ Fightin’ Quakers Colors ................................................. Green and White Enrollment ........................................................... 1,200 Stadium ................................ Fred Raizk Arena (3,500) Conference .............................................. Ohio Athletic Affiliation.................................................. NCAA Div. III President .................................................. Jim Reynolds Director of Athletics .................................. Terry Rupert Office Phone .................................. 937-481-2255 Faculty Ath. Rep................................. Audrey Wagstaff Head Coach ................................................... K.C. Hunt Alma Mater ............................ Ohio State University Office Phone .................................. 937-481-2349 Career Record ................... 128-114 (tenth season) 2015-16 Record ................................................... 5-19 2015-16 OAC Record ......................................... 4-14 Campus Web site ...................... www.wilmington.edu Athletic Communications Dir. of Athetic Communications............. Jayson Ameer Rasheed Office Phone ....................................... 937-481-2347 Office Fax .......................................... 937-481-2347 Cell Phone ........................................... 513-578-9388 E-mail ...................... ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu Web site ........................ www.wilmingtonquakers.com

CREDITS The 2015-16 Wilmington College Men’s Basketball Media Guide is produced and edited by the Wilmington College Athletic Communications Department EDITOR/DESIGNER: Jayson Ameer Rasheed EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE: Becca Carpenter PHOTOGRAPHS: Randy Sarvis, John Swartzel GRAPHICS: Gary Stover, Jayson Ameer Rasheed

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2016-17 Season Preview Coming off a disappointing season, the experience gained by the youth bunch of Fightin’ Quakers a year ago will benefit the Wilmington College men’s basketball program in 2016-17. Despite returning three starters and seven letterwinners, the complexion of the team is not the same from a season ago.

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“They are two completely different teams,” said Wilmington head coach K.C. Hunt. “We went into last season with one and a half guys with actual game experience. We are thankful, although still young, to be in the position where we are significantly more prepared to compete at the level we want to compete in. “We obviously have a history of competing at a real high level as we have averaged 15 wins every year I have been here, so what happened last year was unacceptable,” Hut continued. “That was something that was in the past that we had to go through as a group, and I think we learned a lot from it; I expect us to be really competitive.” Junior Christian Jones (Hamilton, OH/ Hamilton) is ready to take the next step in his development. After assuming the lead perimeter scorer role, Jones is surrounded by a more experience cast of characters which should aid his growth as a player. Christian Jones reached double figures 16 times last season in finishing second on the team in scoring with 13.5 points. He scored at least 20 points five times, including in all three of the final games. The lanky guard connected on a three-pointer in 20 of the 24 games. After taking the primary point guard duties in January, junior D.J. Iles (Fayetteville, OH/ Fayetteville Perry) had his scoring production nearly doubled. In the first eight games, he

Junior Christian Jones is the top leading returner for the Fightin’ Quakers. He is ready to make the jump to an elite player in the OAC.

averaged 6.6 points, and 10.7 points during the rest of the season. While his scoring went up, his assists went down. He averaged 4.5 assists in the first eight, and 2.8 for the rest of the year. Iles finished with 9.3 points, 3.6 assists and 1.9 rebounds. Depth in the backcourt will not be a problem this season as junior Jordan Jones (Dayton, OH/Thurgood Marshall), sophomore Will Patrick (Chester, PA/Pickerington Central (OH)) and sophomore Kevin Lewis (Cincinnati, OH/Clark Montessori) all gained valuable experience for the Fightin’ Quakers.


Jordan Jones has the most experience of the trio, playing in 39 career games with two starts. Both starts came his freshman season as he didn’t return to Wilmington until the second semester of his second season. He is averaging 12.6 minutes and 3.3 points in his career. Patrick played in all 24 games last season with eight starts, averaging 17.4 minutes and 5.4 pints and 2.2 boards, while Lewis averaged 5.7 points and 16.7 minutes in his nine games. Freshmen Payton Smith (Cincinnati, OH/ Purcell Marian), William Green (Fairfield, OH/Roger Bacon), William Hansford (Cleveland, OH/Richmond Heights) and Darius Dunson (Kettering, OH/Fairmont) will all have the opportunity to crack Wilmington’s deep rotation.

Junior D.J. Iles saw major improvements as the season progressed a year ago.

Wilmington’s lack of height could be a problem for a team that was beaten on the glass by an average of 11 boards a season ago, and lost its leading rebounder.

several different options and weapons. Our growth has to come with the ability to complete possessions with a defensive stop with a defensive rebound.

Senior Malcolm Pittman (Huber Heights, OH/Wayne) will provide some bulk on the inside, while sophomores Andrew Russell (Columbus, OH/Central Crossing ) and Jordan Hecker (Delaware, OH/Rutherford B. Hayes) will bring some length and athleticism to the forward position.

“Rebounding needs to be a team mentality where we all have a stake in the game,” Hunt continued. “It’s not just our bigs; every one on the court and all 20 of us. We need to do whatever it takes to end the possession with a defensive rebound.”

Russell started all 22 games he played, averaging 7.7 points and 2.8 boards in 21.7 minutes. Pittman appeared in all 24 games, averaging 8.3 minutes, 3.2 points and 2.3 boards, while Hecker averaged 15.6 minutes in nine games with 4.4 points and 3.4 rebounds. However, rebounding will have to be a collective effort by all five members on the court. “I think this team will go as far as we can defend and rebound,” said Hunt. “We have the ability to put the ball in the basket with

While undersized, junior Nathan Scott (Sardinia, OH/Eastern) will be able to stretch the defenses and battle defensively on the blocks. Scott finished the season averaging 3.6 points and 2.4 rebounds while playing in 23 of the team’s 24 games with one start. Freshman Noah Chatman (Goodlottsville, TN/Beech) and freshman Jacob Strieter (Huntington, WVa./St. Joseph’s) will also bring some size to the front line, while sophomore Julian Harris (Dayton, OH/ West Carrollton), freshman Trent Gilmore (Howard, OH/East Knox) and freshman Michael Frye (Columbus, OH/Harvest Prep) will bring some additional athleticism.

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Head Coach K.C. Hunt

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K.C. Hunt is entering his 10th season as the head men’s basketball coach Wilmington College, and during his tenure, he has helped bring the Fightin’ Quakers’ to national prominence.

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Wilmington advanced to the NCAA Tournament via winning the OAC Tournament in 2010 and 2014. The Fightin’ Quakers advanced to the OAC championship game in 2012. Entering the 2016-17 season, Hunt has a record of 128-110. In his time, he has coached two All-Americans – including 2014 OAC Player of the Year Malcolm Heard – and six of the school’s 26 1,000-point scorers. In 2009-10, Wilmington won a school-record 22 games and captured its first OAC Tournament title and made its first appearance in the NCAA Championship, where the Quakers advanced to the second round before losing to No. 10 Eastern Mennonite University. Hunt was named the 2010 Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year. Hunt’s team plays 40 minutes of intense basketball that is fueled by relentless effort on both ends of the court. And it all starts with high-pressure defense. Hunt played collegiate basketball at Wichita State University, and finished his career in the top 10 all-time in both steals and assists. A 1995 graduate of The Ohio State University, Hunt coached at St. Lawrence University, Dublin Coffman and Perry high schools prior to joining Wilmington’s staff in 2004.


Assistant Coach Micah Mills

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Micah Mills is in his second season as an assistant coach with the men’s basketball program. He came to Wilmington after spending three seasons as a graduate assistant at fellow OAC school, Otterbein. Mills served as the freshman boys coach and varsity assistant at Parkersburg High School during the 2011-12 season, and also works as a lead instructor for Point Guard College (PGC) Basketball Training in Stafford, Texas and at other sites around the country. He attended Ohio Valley University in West Virginia, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in education while becoming a four-year letterman for the Fighting Scots basketball team. A three-time captain, he finished his career as the program’s all-time leader in assists and free-throw percentage.

Assistant Coach Kerry Wilkinson

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Kerry Wilkinson returns for his fifth season as an assistant coach at Wilmington College. A native of Wilmington, Ohio, and graduate of Clinton-Massie High School, Wilkinson was a three-year member of the Wilmington College basketball team before graduating in 2009. Wilkinson will be involved in recruiting, scouting and will work with Wilmington’s guards. Wilkinson is an intervention specialist at Wilmington Middle School.

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Numerical Roster

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2 3 4 5 10 11 12 14 20 22 24 25 30 31 33 34 35 40

Christian Jones Will Patrick Kevin Lewis D.J. Iles Jordan Jones Payton Smith William Greene Andrew Russell Julian Harris Malcolm Pittman Jordan Hecker Nathan Scott Noah Chatman Trent Gilmore William Hansford Michael Frye Darius Dunson Jacob Strieter

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

G G G G G G G F F F F G/F F F G F G F

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

170 175 150 155 175 150 155 200 190 230 175 195 200 175 170 215 190 210

Hamilton, OH / Hamilton Chester, PA / Pickerington Central (OH) Cincinnati, OH / Clark Montessori Fayetteville, OH / Fayetteville-Perry Dayton, OH / Thurgood Marshall Cincinnati, OH / Purcell-Marian Fairfield, OH / Roger Bacon Columbus, OH / Central Crossing Dayton, OH / West Carrollton Huber Heights, OH / Wayne Delaware, OH / Rutherford B. Hayes Sardinia, OH / Eastern Goodlottsville, TN / Beech Howard, OH / East Knox Cleveland, OH / Richmond Heights Columbus, OH / Harvest Prep Kettering, OH / Fairmont Huntington, WVa. / St. Joseph’s

Alphabetical Roster 30 35 34 31 12 33 20 24 5 2 10 4 3 22 14 25 11 40

Noah Chatman Darius Dunson Michael Frye Trent Gilmore William Greene William Hansford Julian Harris Jordan Hecker D.J. Iles Christian Jones Jordan Jones Kevin Lewis Will Patrick Malcolm Pittman Andrew Russell Nathan Scott Payton Smith Jacob Strieter

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

F G F F G G F F G G G G G F F G/F G F

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

200 190 215 175 155 170 190 175 155 170 175 150 175 230 200 195 150 210

Goodlottsville, TN / Beech Kettering, OH / Fairmont Columbus, OH / Harvest Prep Howard, OH / East Knox Fairfield, OH / Roger Bacon Cleveland, OH / Richmond Heights Dayton, OH / West Carrollton Delaware, OH / Rutherford B. Hayes Fayetteville, OH / Fayetteville-Perry Hamilton, OH / Hamilton Dayton, OH / Thurgood Marshall Cincinnati, OH / Clark Montessori Chester, PA / Pickerington Central (OH) Huber Heights, OH / Wayne Columbus, OH / Central Crossing Sardinia, OH / Eastern Cincinnati, OH / Purcell-Marian Huntington, WVa. / St. Joseph’s


Christian Jones

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6-0 l Junior l Guard Hamilton, OH Hamilton

Min. Pts. Rebs. Asts

@ Mount St. Joseph. . . 38 25 1

2

@ Illinois Wesleyan. . 29 7 4 0 vs Fontbonne. . . . . . 30 11 2

3

@ Berea . . . . . . . . . . 32 11 3

4

Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . 28 22 2

1

@ Marietta. . . . . . . . 26 17 2

1

John Carroll . . . . . . . 28 15 1

1

@ Heidelberg. . . . . . 28 7 3 3 @ Baldwin Wallace.24 8 4 2 Campbellsville . . . . . 28 11 3

1

Mount Union. . . . . . 25 0 1 4 Ohio Northern. . . . . 20 16 3

2

@ Muskingum. . . . . 32 19 2

1

Otterbein. . . . . . . . . . 33 7 4 2 @ John Carroll. . . . . 31 8 2 2 @ Capital . . . . . . . . . 30 15 2

1

Heidelberg . . . . . . . . 33 14 4

4

@ Ohio Northern . . 33 14 5

6

Marietta. . . . . . . . . . . 22 8 1 3 @ Otterbein. . . . . . . 19 7 3 3 Baldwin Wallace. . . 30 10 1

3

Muskingum. . . . . . . . 33 22 4

2

@ Mount Union. . . . 31 25 3

2

@ Marietta. . . . . . . . 35 26 6

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Year GP GS FG FGA % 2014-15 25 19 81 151 .536 2015-16 24 24 102 237 .430 Career 49 43 183 388 .472

Coaches’ Comments Christian is a two-year starter for us, who has grown in all levels of his game every year and we expect this year to be no different. As far as top guards in the league go, we will stack him up against any one of them! Christian is a strong student, person, and leader in our program right now and we are looking forward to his third year! PERSONAL: Christian Thomas Jones was born on February 23rd, 1996, son of Carrie Francis...Earned three varsity letters at Hamilton HS, second Team All Greater Miami Conference (Jr.) and 1st Team All-GMC (Sr.). MAJOR: Sports Management FRESHMAN SEASON (2014-15): Appeared in 22 games ... scored a season-high 24 points (vs Heidelberg, 1/31/15) ... ended the season with a total of 43 rebounds and 34 assists. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015-16): Started all 24 games ... finished the season with a season-high 26 points against Marietta (2.23.16) ... reached double figures 17 times, including eclipsing the 20-point mark five times ... established school record with 18 made free throws and tied school record with 20 attempts (at MSJ, 11/15/15) ... second on the team with 13.5 points ... averaged 2.8 rebounds with 55 assists.

3’s 3A % FT FTA % 37 75 .493 64 71 .901 39 118 .331 82 102 .804 76 193 .394 146 173 .844

OR DR Tot AVG 12 33 45 1.8 19 47 66 2.8 31 80 111 2.3

A TO B 37 14 3 55 37 2 92 52 5

S 31 26 57

PTS AVG 263 10.5 325 13.5 588 12.0

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Will Patrick 6-2 l Sophomore l Guard Chester, PA Pickerington Central (OH)

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Min. Pts. Rebs. Asts

@ MSJ. . . . . . . . . . . . 19 3 2

0

@ Ill. Wesleyan. . . . 21

2

1

3

vs Fontbonne. . . . . . 18 12

4

1

@ Berea . . . . . . . . . . 15

7

0

2

Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . 20

8

7

0

@ Marietta. . . . . . . . 22

3

3

1

MAJOR: Sport Management

@ Heidelberg. . . . . . 11 0 1 0 3

1

Coaches’ Comments Will earned the reputation last year of being a “Gamer.” We know every time it is time to compete, whether practice or a big game, Will is always ready to bring his competitive spirit and never back down mentality. We are expecting Will to make big strides in all areas of his life as a sophomore. PERSONAL: William Ricky Patrick was born May 19, 1997, son of Francine and William ...has one older brother ...earned two varsity letters at Pickerington Central, where he played for Eric Krueger.

John Carroll . . . . . . . 15 4 4 1

@ Baldwin Wallace 14

3

1

Campbellsville . . . . . 17 2 1 2 Mount Union. . . . . . 13 7 1 1 Ohio Northern. . . . . 15 4 3 3

FRESHMAN SEASON (2015-16): Played in 24 games with eight starts ... averaged 5.4 points and 2.2 rebounds ... reached double-figure scoring twice, including season-high 12 (vs Fontbonne, 11/22/15) ... grabbed season-high seven boards (Capital, 12/02/15).

@ Muskingum. . . . . 19 7 3 2 Otterbein. . . . . . . . . . 17 6 2 0 @ John Carroll. . . . . 11

2

12

2

@ Capital . . . . . . . . . 11 3 1 0 Heidelberg . . . . . . . . 19 5 1 2 @ Ohio Northern. . 18 8 2 1 Marietta. . . . . . . . . . . 15 6 0 3 @ Otterbein. . . . . . . 21 5 4 1 Baldwin Wallace. . . 16 9 2 3 Muskingum. . . . . . . . 20 5 4 2 @ Mount Union. . . . 22 8 2 4 @ Marietta . . . . . . . . 28 11

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Year GP GS FG FGA % 2015-16 24 8 44 117 .376 Career 24 8 44 117 .376

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3’s 3A % 22 60 .367 22 60 .367

FT FTA % 20 22 .909 20 22 .909

OR DR Tot AVG 15 37 53 2.2 15 37 53 2.2

A TO B S PTS AVG 37 28 7 16 130 5.4 37 28 7 16 130 5.4


Kevin Lewis 5-10 l Sophomore l Guard Cincinnati, OH Clark Montessori

Min. Pts. Rebs. Asts

@ MSJ. . . . . . . . . . . . 25

7

3

2

@ Ill.Wesleyan. . . . . 17

3

5

0

vs Fontbonne. . . . . . 17

6

3

1

@ Berea 22 . . . . . . . 16 6 0 Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . 18

4

3

1

@ Marietta 18. . . . . . 8 6 0 John Carroll 19. . . . . 5 1 1 @ Heidelberg. . . . . . 10 2 1 1

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Coaches’ Comments We talk about handling adversity on and off the court all the time in our program, and watching Kevin handle himself through a tough situation has been an absolute joy to watch. His bounce-back mentality is going to aid him on the court this season for a break out sophomore year for us, but more importantly throughout his life. PERSONAL: Kevin Eugene Lewis was born April 5, 1997, the son of Kevin Lewis and Tiffany Kelly ... has two siblings Andraya Mays and Kaden Lewis ... earned four varsity letters at Clark Montessori. MAJOR: Sport Management

@ BW. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 0 0 2 Campbellsville . . . . . . dnp Mount Union. . . . . . . dnp Ohio Northern. . . . . . dnp @ Muskingum. . . . . . dnp Otterbein. . . . . . . . . . . dnp

FRESHMAN SEASON (2015-16): Played in nine games ... averaged 5.7 poinst and 3.3 rebounds ... tallied a season-high 16 points (at Berea, 11/29/15) ... hit a season-high four three pointers (at Berea, 11/29/15) ... scored in eight of his nine games and pulled down a rebound in all nine games.

@ John Carroll. . . . . . dnp @ Capital . . . . . . . . . . dnp Heidelberg . . . . . . . . . dnp @ Ohio Northern . . . dnp Marietta. . . . . . . . . . . . dnp @ Otterbein. . . . . . . . dnp Baldwin Wallace. . . . dnp Muskingum. . . . . . . . . dnp @ Mount Union. . . . . dnp @ Marietta . . . . . . . . .

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Year GP GS FG FGA % 3’s 3A % FT FTA % OR DR Tot AVG 2015-16 9 0 21 48 .438 9 27 .333 0 3 .000 12 18 30 3.3 Career 9 0 21 48 .438 9 27 .333 0 3 .000 12 18 30 3.3

A TO B S PTS AVG 6 6 2 4 51 5.7 6 6 2 4 51 5.7

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D.J. Iles 5-10 l Junior l Guard Fayetteville, OH Fayetteville-Perry

Min. Pts. Rebs. Asts

@ MSJ. . . . . . . . . . . . 27 4 1 6 @ Ill. Wesleyan. . . . 18 4 1

12

0

vs Fontbonne. . . . . . 23 7 4 4 @ Berea . . . . . . . . . . 30 8 4

6

Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . 17

5

0

1

@ Marietta . . . . . . . . 28 8 1

3

John Carroll . . . . . . . 31 7 2

4

@ Heidelberg. . . . . . 25 9 1 2 @ BW. . . . . . . . . . . . 29 4 0 6 Campbellsville . . . . . 31 8 5 3 Mount Union. . . . . . 28 9 4 7 Ohio Northern. . . . . 34 6 3 6 @ Muskingum. . . . . 34 17 2

4

Otterbein. . . . . . . . . . 32 10 1

3

@ John Carroll. . . . . 27 18 4

2

@ Capital . . . . . . . . . 36 13 0

4

Heidelberg . . . . . . . . 31 9 2 4 @ Ohio Northern. . 22

8

1

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Coaches’ Comments By the end of season, DJ had emerged as not only our top point guard, but one of the top point guards in the conference. To win in this league you have to have great point guard play. We have no doubt that DJ will continue to grow as a leader within our program, on and off the court, and in his ability to run our team. PERSONAL: Darryl William Iles, Jr. was born on January 25, 1996 to Darryl and Laury Iles ... has three siblings ... received 4 varsity letters while attending Fayetteville-Perry High School. MAJOR: Business Management FRESHMAN SEASON (2014-15): Played in 12 games, totaled 20 minutes on the court. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015-16): Started 23 of his 24 games at point guard ... finished third on the team with 9.3 points ... reached double figures seven times ... tallied a career-high 18 points (at John Carroll, 1/23/16) ... went 11-of12 from the free throw line, both career-highs (at John Carroll, 1/23/16) ... recorded an assists in 22 of 24 games, including a career-high six, five times.

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Marietta. . . . . . . . . . . 22 5 1 0 @ Otterbein. . . . . . . 23 16 2

2

Baldwin Wallace. . . 34 17 2

0

Muskingum. . . . . . . . 32 17 0

3

@ Mount Union. . . . 28 9 2 4 @ Marietta . . . . . . . . 32

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2

3

Year GP GS FG FGA % 3’s 3A % 2014-15 13 0 0 4 .000 0 3 .000 2015-16 24 23 57 128 .445 26 60 .433 Career 37 23 57 132 .432 26 63 .413

FT FTA % OR DR Tot AVG 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.1 82 108 .759 9 37 46 1.9 82 108 .759 9 38 47 1.3

A TO B S PTS AVG 2 1 0 3 0 0.0 87 59 3 39 222 9.3 89 60 3 42 222 6.0


Jordan Jones 6-0 l Junior l Guard Dayton, OH Thurgood Marshall

Min. Pts. Rebs. Asts

@ Mount St. Joseph . DNP @ Illinois Wesleyan. DNP

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Coaches’ Comments Jordan is one of those throwback players that all coaches love to have. Every time he steps on the court we know he is going to give us everything he has in his tank, and not back down from any task or assignment. Pair that with his growth as a leader and decision maker, and we have a player that is ready for a dominant junior campaign. PERSONAL: Jordan Mukial Jones was born on April 8, 1996, son of Jay and Yolanda Jones...has one sibling, Jeremy ... earned four varsity letters at Thurgood Marshall.

vs Fontbonne. . . . . . . DNP @ Berea . . . . . . . . . . . DNP Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . . DNP @ Marietta. . . . . . . . . DNP

MAJOR: Sport Management

John Carroll . . . . . . . . DNP @ Heidelberg. . . . . . . DNP @ Baldwin Wallace. . DNP Campbellsville . . . . . 13 2 1 2 Mount Union. . . . . . 18 7 0 1

FRESHMAN SEASON (2014-15): Played in all 25 games with two starts ... scored in 20 of 25 games, reaching a season-high nine points twice. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015-16): Transferred back to Wilmington for second semester ... Played in 14 games ... averaged 3.4 points, scoring in 10 of his 14 games.

Ohio Northern. . . . . . 8 0 0 0 @ Muskingum. . . . . 10 2 0 1 Otterbein. . . . . . . . . . . 6 0 0 2 @ John Carroll13. . . 7 0 0 @ Capital . . . . . . . . . . 8 0 1 3 Heidelberg . . . . . . . . . DNP @ Ohio Northern. . 10

2

1

1

Marietta. . . . . . . . . . . 16 2 3 2 @ Otterbein. . . . . . . 12 9 2 1 Baldwin Wallace. . . 14 1 1 0 Muskingum. . . . . . . . 19 0 1 1 @ Mount Union. . . . 14 8 0 2 @ Marietta . . . . . . . . 20

Year GP GS 2014-15 25 2 2015-16 14 0 Career 39 2

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FG FGA % 32 74 ,432 13 37 .351 45 111 .405

2

3’s 3A % 6 22 .273 2 9 .222 8 31 .258

FT FTA % 13 24 .542 19 23 .826 32 47 .681

OR DR Tot AVG 15 21 36 1.4 1 11 12 1.3 16 32 48 1.4

A TO B 26 12 3 18 12 0 44 24 3

S PTS AVG 16 83 3.3 13 47 3.4 29 130 3.3

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Andrew Russell 6-6 l Sophomore l Forward Columbus, OH Central Crossing

14

Min. Pts. Rebs. Asts

@ Mount St. Joseph 27 14

4

0

@ Illinois Wesleyan. 10

0

1

0

vs Fontbonne. . . . . . 24

7

3

0

@ Berea . . . . . . . . . . 16 11

1

0

Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . 19

1

1

2

@ Marietta . . . . . . . . 20 5 4

2

John Carroll . . . . . . . 19 12

1

3

14

Coaches’ Comments Andrew is a player that poses the ability of playing inside and out. His development as a player over his freshman year was a joy to watch. This year, we are going to expect Drew to take steps again as player and a leader in all aspects of his game and we are more than confident that he is ready to rise to the occasion. PERSONAL: Andrew John Russell was born February 18, 1997, the son of Norm and Amy Russell ... has two siblings, Marc and Joey ... earned three varsity letters at Central Crossing, where he played for Anthony Mangette. MAJOR: Sport Management

@ Heidelberg. . . . . . 25 2 4 0 @ Baldwin Wallace.21 2 4 0

FRESHMAN SEASON (2015-16): Started in all 22 games he played ... missed two due to an injury ... averaged 7.7 points and 2.8 rebounds ... reached double figures eight times ... tallied a season-high 17 points, twice ... pulled down a rebound in 21 straight games to open his career.

Campbellsville . . . . . 19 8 3 0 Mount Union. . . . . . 19 8 1 0 Ohio Northern. . . . . 27 14 1

1

@ Muskingum. . . . . 19 5 4 0 Otterbein. . . . . . . . . . 17 2 1 2 @ John Carroll. . . . . 27 13 6

1

@ Capital . . . . . . . . . 28 9 4 1 Heidelberg . . . . . . . . 27 12 4

2

@ Ohio Northern. . 22 17

0

3

Marietta. . . . . . . . . . . 24 3 2 0 @ Otterbein. . . . . . . 27 17 5

0

Baldwin Wallace. . . 23 0 2 0 Muskingum. . . . . . . . 18 6 0 0 @ Mount Union. . . . . DNP @ Marietta . . . . . . . . . DNP

Year GP GS FG FGA % 2015-16 22 22 58 136 .426 Career 22 22 58 136 .426

3’s 3A % 34 87 .391 34 87 .391

FT FTA % 19 23 .826 19 23 .826

OR DR Tot AVG 12 49 61 2.8 12 49 61 2.8

A TO B S PTS AVG 11 16 4 13 169 7.7 11 16 4 13 169 7.7


Malcolm Pittman 6-6 l Senior l Forward Dayton, OH Wayne

Min. Pts. Rebs. Asts

@ Mount St. Joseph 5

0

1

0

@ Illinois Wesleyan.5

2

0

0

vs Fontbonne. . . . . . 3

0

0

0

@ Berea . . . . . . . . . . 11

4

3

1

Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . 2

0

0

0

@ Marietta . . . . . . . . . 2 0 1 0 John Carroll . . . . . . . . 7 4 0 0 @ Heidelberg. . . . . . 12 12

4

0

@ Baldwin Wallace .7 0 0 0 Campbellsville . . . . . 10 7 2 0 Mount Union. . . . . . 10 4 2 0 Ohio Northern. . . . . 11 2 3 0 @ Muskingum. . . . . 11 2 1 0

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Coaches’ Comments Malcolm is as healthy as he has been in quite sometime and we are excited to see how it plays out for him on the court this year! Senior seasons are always special, but when you are the lone senior it adds a little bit to the specialness. Malcolm is ready to lead this year, on and off the court, as he is right on track to graduate this May with a degree in Education. PERSONAL: Malcolm Pittman was born June 12, 1993, the son of Steve and LeShan Pittman ... has one younger sibling, Mallon, who is an athletic training major at Wilmington. MAJOR: Education JUNIOR SEASON (2015-16): Transferred from Mount Vernon Nazerene ... played in all 24 games in a reserve role ... tallied a career-high 12 points (at Heidelberg, 12/16/15) ... averaged 3.4 points and 2.3 rebounds ... career-high nine boards (at Otterbein, 2/10/16).

Otterbein. . . . . . . . . . 15 5 5 0 @ John Carroll. . . . . . 4 0 1 0 @ Capital . . . . . . . . . . 3 0 1 0 Heidelberg . . . . . . . . . 5 6 2 0 @ Ohio Northern. . 8

4

0

0

Marietta. . . . . . . . . . . 11 0 2 1 @ Otterbein. . . . . . . 12 8 9 1 Baldwin Wallace. . . 10 2 4 0 Muskingum. . . . . . . . . 6 4 2 0 @ Mount Union. . . . 11

6

7

0

@ Marietta . . . . . . . . 17

4

4

0

Year GP GS FG FGA % 3’s 3A % FT FTA % OR DR Tot AVG 2015-16 24 0 34 69 .493 0 2 .000 8 12 .667 18 36 54 2.3 Career 24 0 34 69 .493 0 2 .000 8 12 .667 18 36 54 2.3

A TO B S PTS AVG 3 7 6 5 76 3.2 3 7 6 5 76 3.2

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Jordan Hecker 6-4 l Sophomore l Forward Delaware, OH Rutherford B. Hayes

16

Min. Pts. Rebs. Asts

@ Mount St. Joseph.15

7

2

0

@ Illinois Wesleyan. 14

0

2

0

vs Fontbonne. . . . . . 11

6

3

1

@ Berea . . . . . . . . . . 26

13

2

1

Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . 16

6

6

1

@ Marietta . . . . . . . . 20 6 2

1

John Carroll . . . . . . . 24

0

2

9

@ Heidelberg. . . . . . 10 0 4 1 @ Baldwin Wallace .4 0 1 0 Campbellsville . . . . . . DNP Mount Union. . . . . . . DNP

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Coaches’ Comments Jordan is a player that has grown on and off the court over his past year with us, and is just touching the surface of his potential in all areas of his life. Year two as a Fightin’ Quaker is going to be a very exciting year for Jordan in all areas. We are very excited to watch him mature as a player and young man. PERSONAL: Jordan William Hecker was born February 17, 1997, the son of Carmen Hecker ... earned two varsity letters at Delaware Hayes, where he played for Jordan Blackburn MAJOR: Business FRESHMAN SEASON (2015-16): Played in nine games ... averaged 4.4 points and 3.4 rebounds ... tallied career-high 13 points (at Berea, 11/29/15) ... pulled down career-high nine rebounds (John Carroll, 12/12/15).

Ohio Northern. . . . . . DNP @ Muskingum. . . . . . DNP Otterbein. . . . . . . . . . . DNP @ John Carroll. . . . . . DNP @ Capital . . . . . . . . . . DNP Heidelberg . . . . . . . . . DNP @ Ohio Northern . . . DNP Marietta. . . . . . . . . . . . DNP @ Otterbein. . . . . . . . DNP Baldwin Wallace. . . . DNP Muskingum. . . . . . . . . DNP @ Mount Union. . . . . DNP @ Marietta . . . . . . . . . DNP

Year GP GS FG FGA % 3’s 3A % FT FTA % OR DR Tot AVG 2015-16 9 0 17 39 .436 2 11 .182 4 8 .500 13 18 31 3.4 Career 9 0 17 39 .436 2 11 .182 4 8 .500 13 18 31 3.4

A TO B S PTS AVG 5 8 5 3 40 4.4 5 8 5 3 40 4.4


Nathan Scott 6-3 l Junior l Guard Sardinia, OH Eastern Brown

Min. Pts. Rebs. Asts

@ Mount St. Joseph.11

2

2

3

@ Illinois Wesleyan. 5

0

1

0

vs Fontbonne. . . . . . 3

0

1

0

@ Berea . . . . . . . . . . 6

0

1

0

Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . 4

0

1

0

@ Marietta . . . . . . . . . 4 0 0 0 John Carroll . . . . . . . . DNP @ Heidelberg. . . . . . . 5 1 0 1 @ Baldwin Wallace. 9

0

3

0

Campbellsville . . . . . 13 3 4 0 Mount Union. . . . . . 16 11 1

0

Ohio Northern. . . . . 11 2 1 0 @ Muskingum. . . . . 11 0 3 0 Otterbein. . . . . . . . . . 18 4 3 1 @ John Carrol. . . . . l17 3 3 1 @ Capital . . . . . . . . . 11 2 1 0 Heidelberg . . . . . . . . 13 6 4 1 @ Ohio Northern. . 22 10

2

Marietta. . . . . . . . . . . 18 11 6

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Coaches’ Comments Nathan is one of the most competitive players in our locker room, period. Because of his competitive spirit and never quit mentality, we truly believe Nathan is going to have a special junior year. Nathan’s ability to bang with guys bigger than him, and shoot the lights out the ball is a package that will aid us on both sides of the ball. PERSONAL: Nathan Thomas Scott was born on December 1st, 1996... son of Jeff and Jenny Scott, and has an older sibling... Received four varsity letters at Eastern. MAJOR: Business FRESHMAN SEASON (2014-15): Appeared in nine games, all in the reserve role. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015-16): Appeared in 23 games with one start ... averaged 3.6 points and 2.4 rebounds ... scored game-winner against Muskingum (2/17/16) ... career-high 12 points (Muskingum, 2/17/16) ... reached double figures five times ... pulled down a rebound in 20 of 23 games, including a career-high six, three times.

4 0

@ Otterbein. . . . . . . 12 2 3 0 Baldwin Wallace. . . 12 2 1 0 Muskingum. . . . . . . . 23 12 6

2

@ Mount Union. . . . 17 1 2 0 @ Marietta . . . . . . . . 25 11

6

0

Year GP GS FG FGA % 3’s 3A % FT FTA % OR DR Tot AVG 2014-15 10 0 0 3 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 2 2 0.2 2015-16 23 1 29 89 .326 13 50 .260 12 17 .706 6 49 55 2.4 Career 33 1 29 92 .315 13 51 .255 12 18 .667 6 51 57 1.7

A TO B S PTS AVG 4 1 1 0 0 0.0 13 17 4 12 83 3.6 17 18 5 12 83 2.5

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Payton Smith 6-1 l Fr. l G Cincinnati, OH Purcell-Marian

11

COACHES COMMENTS

Payton has a personality and smile that uplifts every environment he steps into. Couple that with his on court ability, and you have player that is going to bring excitement to the court every time he steps on the court.

Julian Harris 6-4 l Fr. l F Dayton, OH West Carrollton

20

COACHES COMMENTS

It has been awesome to see a young man like Julian battle through so much adversity in his life, and keep fighting to pursue his dream of earning a college degree and playing college basketball. We are really excited to have the quality of person he is let alone player that Julian is in our locker room!

18 William Greene 6-0 l Fr. l G Fairfield, OH Roger Bacon

COACHES COMMENTS

12

Will possess a skill that coaches look for in all players. With the ability to “Think the Game,” Will has a unique ability to be in the right place at the right time and is always ready to make a play. Both his playmaking ability and coachability are going to aid him as a player through his freshman year and beyond

Noah Chatman 6-4 l Fr. l F Nashville, TN Beach

COACHES COMMENTS

30

Noah has a skill set that is unteachable but as valuable as any; that skill is called a “Motor.” With our style of play and how we preach competing, we will never have to tell Noah to tone it down and we are sure he has no problem with that. With his relentless approach and nose to make a play, Noah has an opportunity to become a fan favorite here in the Green & White.


Trent Gilmore 6-4 l Fr. l F Howard, OH East Knox

31

COACHES COMMENTS

Trent is a player who has the ability to raise the level of others around him by how hard he competes every time he laces up his shoes. Hard work, dedication, and a team first mentality makes Trent a will respected and valued member of this program. We look forward to seeing him grow as a Quaker.

Michael Frye 6-2 l Fr. l F Columbus, OH Harvest Prep

34

COACHES COMMENTS

Michael brings a team-first mentality to our program that is second to none. His willingness to do whatever he asked with no questions asked and as hard as he can is a trait we truly admirer about him.

19 Darius Dunson 6-0 l Fr. l G Kettering, OH Fairmont

COACHES COMMENTS

35

Darius has that certain level of athleticism that is just fun to coach! He has the ability to make a routine play into an instant highlight! Our up tempo style of play fits right into the hands of Darius, and we are excited for his potential.

Jacob Strieter 6-8 l Fr. l F Huntington, WVa. St. Joseph’s

COACHES COMMENTS

40

Jake is an athlete we love having in our program because he always brings a light-hearted, but focused approach to his environment. Jake has an opportunity with his size and growth mindset as a player to have a strong impact in our program going forward.


William Hansford 5-10 l Fr. l G Cleveland, OH Richmond Heights

COACHES COMMENTS

33

Will is as physical and strong as a guard that we have right now. His ability to use his body around the basket and on defense gives him opportunity to compete every day.

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2015-16 Season Review It was a season of growth for the Wilmington College men’s basketball team as they managed just a 5-19 record, while going 4-14 in the Ohio Athletic Conference. Wilmington returned just one starter and 21 percent of its scoring from the previous season, so the Fightin’ Quakers knew there would be some growing pains. “The 2015-2016 season was a transition year for our program,” said Wilmington head coach K.C. Hunt. “We played Christian Jones (2) and Zach McCorkle nine freshman and sophomores who gained invaluable experience. We had two great seniors in Zach McCorkle and Chris Jackson, who led our young group. Our returning group has a chance to compete at a high level especially in the backcourt with Christian jones and DJ Iles leading the way. I am excited about our future.” Senior Zach McCorkle started the season with a double-double, and finished the season as the team leader in points and rebounds. He dropped in 14.2 points per game with 6.5 rebounds, and was named honorable mention All-OAC for his efforts. He finished ninth in the league in rebounding and 11th in scoring. The forward reached double figures in scoring 19 times, including eclipsing the 20-point mark four times. Sophomore Christian Jones was the focal point of opposing team’s perimeter defensive strategies, and was still able to shoot 43 percent from the field while averaging 13.5 points per game. In the season opener, Jones established a new school record making 18 free throws. He ended the season with three of his four 20-point games of the season. Sophomore D.J. Iles emerged as a steady point guard with 9.3 points per game and a team-high 87 assists. Freshmen Andrew Russell and Will Patrick, along with sophomore Nathan Scott, showed tremendous development over the course of the season.

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2015-16 Wilmington Basketball Wilmington Fightin' Quakers Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 21, 2016) All games

2015-16 Final Stats

Overall record: 5-18 Conf: 4-14 Home: 3-7 Away: 1-11 Neutral: 1-0 ##

20 02 05 11 14 03 99 12 24 23 25 22 10 04 33 31

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Player

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

gp-gs

Zach McCorkle Christian Jones D.J. Iles Brandon Smith Andrew Russell x-Kevin Lewis x-Travis Gleason Will Patrick x-Jordan Hecker Chris Jackson Nathan Scott Malcolm Pittman Jordan Jones Connor Casey Dane Blumenstock x-Aroyal Wright Team Total.......... Opponents......

23-23 23-23 23-22 21-0 22-22 9-0 9-2 23-7 9-0 22-15 22-1 23-0 13-0 19-0 8-0 1-0

585 673 642 377 478 150 155 389 140 332 261 181 161 105 15 3

23 23

4647 4660

25.4 29.3 27.9 18.0 21.7 16.7 17.2 16.9 15.6 15.1 11.9 7.9 12.4 5.5 1.9 3.0

134-268 92-216 54-122 58-139 58-136 21-48 17-55 41-110 17-39 39-74 25-79 32-65 11-30 4-13 0-7 0-1

.500 .426 .443 .417 .426 .438 .309 .373 .436 .527 .316 .492 .367 .308 .000 .000

2-12 36-108 24-57 32-84 34-87 9-27 5-25 19-56 2-11 0-1 10-41 0-2 1-7 3-9 0-3 0-0

.167 .333 .421 .381 .391 .333 .200 .339 .182 .000 .244 .000 .143 .333 .000 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

62-92 79-99 81-105 30-42 19-23 0-3 12-14 18-20 4-8 11-15 12-17 8-12 17-21 2-2 1-2 0-0

.674 .798 .771 .714 .826 .000 .857 .900 .500 .733 .706 .667 .810

1.000

.500 .000

603-1402 .430 177-530 .334 356-475 .749 643-1320 .487 141-406 .347 479-674 .711

off

Rebounds def tot avg

pf dq

a

to blk stl

49 101 150 6.5 76 2 27 49 24 16 44 60 2.6 35 0 49 34 2 9 35 44 1.9 74 3 84 56 3 5 21 26 1.2 22 0 28 14 0 12 49 61 2.8 70 2 11 16 4 12 18 30 3.3 10 0 6 6 2 5 8 13 1.4 21 0 18 20 0 15 35 50 2.2 57 3 35 26 6 13 18 31 3.4 23 1 5 8 5 13 31 44 2.0 39 1 11 17 3 6 43 49 2.2 38 1 13 17 4 18 32 50 2.2 29 0 3 5 5 1 9 10 0.8 18 0 16 9 0 0 0 0 0.0 15 0 10 7 0 3 2 5 0.6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 30 43 73 1 7 207 490 697 30.3 528 13 316 291 58 287 655 942 41.0 448 - 271 361 65

23 21 29 9 13 4 11 16 3 5 12 5 13 2 1 0

pts

avg

332 299 213 178 169 51 51 119 40 89 72 72 40 13 1 0

14.4 13.0 9.3 8.5 7.7 5.7 5.7 5.2 4.4 4.0 3.3 3.1 3.1 0.7 0.1 0.0

167 1739 118 1906

75.6 82.9

x-Inactive player TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods Wilmington Fightin' Qu Opponents

WILM-M 1739 75.6 -7.3 603-1402 .430 177-530 .334 7.7 356-475 .749 15.5 697 30.3 -10.7 316 13.7 291 12.7 +3.0 1.1 167 7.3 58 2.5 3355 10-336 -

1st 2nd 819 903 888 997

OPP 1906 82.9 643-1320 .487 141-406 .347 6.1 479-674 .711 20.8 942 41.0 271 11.8 361 15.7 0.8 118 5.1 65 2.8 6457 12-526 1-150

OT Totals 17 1739 21 1906

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Date 11/15/15 11/21/15 11/22/15 11/29/15 12/02/15 12/05/15 12/12/15 12/16/15 12/19/15 01/04/16 01/09/16 01/13/16 1/16/16 01/20/16 01/23/16 01/27/16 01/30/16 02/03/16 02/06/16 2/10/16 02/13/16 02/17/16 2/20/16

Opponent at Mount St. Joseph Lions at Illinois Wesleyan Titans vs Fontbonne Griffins at Berea Mountaineers CAPITAL CRUSADERS at Marietta Pioneers JOHN CARROLL BLUE STREAKS at Heidelberg Student Princes at Baldwin Wallace CAMPBELLSVILLE TIGERS MOUNT UNION PURPLE RAIDERS OHIO NORTHERN POLAR BEARS at Muskingum Muskies OTTERBEIN CARDINALS at John Carroll Blue Streaks at Capital Crusaders HEIDELBERG STUDENT PRINCES at Ohio Northern Polar Bears MARIETTA PIONEERS at Otterbein Cardinals BALDWIN WALLACE MUSKINGUM MUSKIES at Mount Union Purple Raiders

* - Conference game

Lot L W Lot L L L L L L L W L W L L L L L W L W L

Score 96-98 61-84 72-64 85-87 67-79 72-81 68-84 67-90 58-80 64-84 79-82 86-81 74-78 74-64 70-79 71-81 75-91 94-103 85-98 87-54 68-80 80-79 86-105

Att. 200 850 150 0 415 1081 210 143 188 225 219 415 489 315 1133 1024 516 413 315 336 215 510 450


Ohio Athletic Conference Conference Overall Marietta 17 1 .944 25 4 .862 John Carroll 15 3 .833 26 4 .867 Mount Union 13 5 .722 18 9 .667 Baldwin Wallace 10 8 .556 16 11 .593 Heidelberg 9 9 .500 14 12 .538 Ohio Northern 9 9 .500 12 14 .462 Capital 8 10 .444 12 14 .462 Wilmington 4 14 .222 5 19 .208 Muskingum 3 15 167 6 19 .240 Otterbein 2 16 .111 4 21 .160

The Ohio Athletic Conference, the third-oldest conference in college athletics, is predated only by the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (1888) and the Big Ten (1895). The Conference is older than the World Series and even the NCAA itself, and has survived two World Wars, the Great Depression, the Korean War and the Vietnam Conflict. From a modest beginning of six charter members in 1902, the OAC grew to as many as 24 members in the mid-1920’s. Through the years a total of 31 colleges and universities at one time or another have been members of the OAC. Currently, the Conference consists of 10 members: Baldwin-Wallace University, Capital University, Heidelberg University, John Carroll University, Marietta College, University of Mount Union, Muskingum University, Ohio Northern University, Otterbein University and Wilmington College. Wilmington became the 31st OAC member school in July 1, 2000. The enrollments of the 10 OAC institutions range from 1,200 to 4,500. All of the schools were founded in the 19th century, and have long and outstanding academic reputations. While maintaining these high academic standards, OAC athletic teams and athletes have consistently enjoyed a great deal of success on a regional and national level. The athletic competition is viewed not as an end in itself, but as an extension of the edcational programs.

OAC Tournament Quarterfinals Marietta 93, Wilmington 78 John Carroll 83, Capital 71 Mount Union 102, Heidelberg 96 Baldwin Wallace 86, Ohio Northern 83 Semifinals Marietta 91, Baldwin Wallace 66 John Carroll 93, Mount Union 74 Finals John Carroll 87, Marietta 85 All-OAC First Team Aron Thress Jr. ONU David Linane Jr. JCU AJ Edwards * Jr. Marietta Jarrett Ruffin Sr. Mount Union Cameron Kuhn So. BW Mark Minch Sr. Capital Second Team Jake Jacubec Sr. Mount Union JJ Kukura So. Mount Union Luis Garcia Sr. Marietta Dillon Young So. Marietta Kiere Bennie So. Heidelberg Simon Kucharewicz Sr. JCU Honorable Mention Cody Dillon (Sr., Mount Union), Doug Caputo (Jr., JCU), Joshua Keyes (Jr., Muskingum), Eddy Grenert (Sr., Marietta), Jake Fethroff (So, BW), Zach McCorkle (Sr., Wilmington), Jarrell Marsh (Fr., Muskingum), Joey Hurless (Jr., ONU), Jake Phillis (Jr., Otterbein), Michael Green (Sr., Capital) * Denotes Players of the Year

2016-17 Preseason Poll 1. Marietta (5) John Carroll (5) 3. Baldwin Wallace 4. Mount Union 5. Ohio Northern 6. Heidelberg 7. Capital 8. Muskingum 9. Wilmington 10. Otterbein

77 77 60 54 50 48 30 25 19 10

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Coaching Records

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1903-16 Records not available 1917-18 Henry Metzger 1918-19 NA

NA NA NA NA

1919-20 1 Season

Neil Price Neil Price

6-5 6-5

.545 .545

1920-21 1 Season

Henry B. Bouge Henry B. Bouge

7-9 7-9

.437 .437

1921-22 1922-23 2 Seasons

Coach Harper Coach Harper Coach Harper

7-18 8-9 15-27

.280 .470 .357

1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 7 Seasons

Charles Bolen Charles Bolen Charles Bolen Charles Bolen Charles Bolen Charles Bolen Charles Bolen Charles Bolen

18-5 11-9 15-10 15-9 10-8 13-4 13-1 95-46

.782 .550 .600 .625 .555 .764 .928 .673

1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 3 Seasons

E.J. Steele E.J. Steele E.J. Steele E.J. Steele

14-4 11-2 16-5 41-11

.777 .846 .761 .788

1933-34 1 Season

William Gilliland William Gilliland

13-5 13-5

.722 .722

1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 8 Seasons

Roscoe K. Miller Roscoe K. Miller Roscoe K. Miller Roscoe K. Miller Roscoe K. Miller Roscoe K. Miller Roscoe K. Miller Roscoe K. Miller Roscoe K. Miller

7-10 5-14 9-7 13-5 13-7 10-8 11-11 4-12 72-74

.411 .263 .562 .722 .650 .555 .500 .250 .493

1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 4 Seasons

J.K. Rash J.K. Rash J.K. Rash J.K. Rash J.K. Rash

3-10 2-9 1-11 2-13 8-43

.230 .181 .083 .133 .156

1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 3 Seasons

Harold Shelly Harold Shelly Harold Shelly Harold Shelly

6-12 11-10 8-12 25-34

.333 .523 .400 .423

1949-50 1950-51 2 Seasons

Chester Marshall Chester Marshall Chester Marshall

10-10 14-9 24-19

.500 .608 .558

1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 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

Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk Fred Raizk

13-8 4-15 5-11 4-17 7-10 16-5 19-3 13-9 10-11 8-14 10-13 11-7 13-6 8-11 3-16 4-13 4-16 8-13 12-9 10-10

.619 .210 .312 .190 .411 .761 .863 .590 .476 .363 .434 .611 .684 .421 .157 .235 .200 .380 .571 .500

1971-72 Fred Raizk 21 Seasons Fred Raizk

11-9 .550 193-222 .465

1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 4 Seasons

John Bryant John Bryant John Bryant John Bryant John Bryant

3-17 8-16 11-14 3-22 25-69

.150 .333 .440 .120 .266

1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 5 Seasons

John Ferguson John Ferguson John Ferguson John Ferguson John Ferguson John Ferguson

13-13 15-11 14-14 5-23 5-16 52-77

.500 .576 .500 .178 .185 .403

1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-99 9 Seasons

Fritz Plinke Fritz Plinke Fritz Plinke Fritz Plinke Fritz Plinke Fritz Plinke Fritz Plinke Fritz Plinke Fritz Plinke Fritz Plinke

7-15 8-19 9-16 13-16 13-16 7-22 7-22 17-15 9-22 90-163

.318 .296 .360 .448 .448 .241 .241 .531 .290 .355

1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 4 Seasons

Bill Newland Bill Newland Bill Newland Bill Newland Bill Newland

9-17 6-18 6-19 3-23 24-77

.346 .250 .240 .115 .237

1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 9 Seasons

Scott Stemple Scott Stemple Scott Stemple Scott Stemple Scott Stemple Scott Stemple Scott Stemple Scott Stemple Scott Stemple Scott Stemple

7-18 9-16 15-10 10-15 3-22 10-15 6-19 6-19 4-22 70-156

.280 .360 .600 .400 .120 .400 .240 .240 .154 .310

2003-04 1 Season

Will Rey Will Rey

1-25 1-25

.038 .038

2004-05 1 Season

Marc Kuntz Marc Kuntz

10-16 10-16

.385 .385

2005-06 2006-07 2 Seasons 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 9 Seasons

Scott Reule Scott Reule Scott Reule

20-7 13-13 33-20

.741 .500 .623

K.C. Hunt K.C. Hunt K.C. Hunt K.C. Hunt K.C. Hunt K.C. Hunt K.C. Hunt K.C. Hunt K.C. Hunt K.C. Hunt

16-10 .615 16-10 .615 22-8 .733 10-16 .385 15-13 .535 14-13 .518 19-9 .678 11-14 .444 5-19 .208 128-114 .529


Game by Game Results 1975-76 Record 3-22 Rio Grande L 70-80 Berea L 71-83 Otterbein L 66-97 Defiance L 65-87 Heidelberg L 57-58 Taylor L 66-74 Earlham L 62-73 Capital L 58-67 Urbana L 75-91 Earlham L 59-91 Muskingum L 56-78 Urbana W 81-77 Manchester L 66-68 Bluffton L 63-68 Findlay L 62-78 Hanover W 75-71 Anderson L 74-80 Defiance L 63-93 Taylor L 89-91 Earlham L 65-75 Manchester L 93-97 Bluffton W 71-68 Findlay L 67-81 Hanover L 59-72 Anderson L 70-73 1976-77 Record 13-13 Berea L 65-68 Taylor L 70-79 Cedarville W 88-82 Defiance L 74-88 Capital L 40-79 Mt. Union L 54-79 Earlham W 72-65 Ohio Northern L 49-68 Defiance L 82-95 Urbana L 74-87 Bluffton W 78-73 Findlay W 61-59 Hanover W 69-68 Anderson L 60-65 Defiance W 86-82 Wilberforce L 49-51 Taylor W 90-84 Bluffton W 81-72 Earlham W 84-69 Findlay L 86-89 Hanover L 57-73 Manchester W 82-73 Anderson W 68-63 Wilberforce W 81-80 Manchester L 93-95 Urbana W 114-76 1977-78 Record 15-11 Cedarville W 75-69 Urbana W 74-67 Taylor L 73-80 Centre W 85-71 Defiance W 88-87 Oh. Wesleyan L 90-96 Thiel W 69-64 Oh. Dominican W 71-62 Earlham W 81-78 Berea L 81-89 Maryville W 90-88 Urbana W 93-75 Manchester W 94-72 Bluffton W 98-96 Findlay L 78-84 Hanover L 71-91 Anderson W 76-72

Defiance L 75-76 Taylor W 96-80 Earlham L 71-73 Manchester L 83-89 Bluffton W 98-96 Findlay L 67-81 Hanover L 71-78 Anderson W 61-57 East. Kentucky L 102-76

W. Virginia St. L 92-96 Earlham W 75-70 Austin Peay L 64-88 Cedarville L 72-90 Mt. Vernon W 85-83 Manchester L 85-93 Findlay L 68-75 Hanover L 83-105 Anderson L 74-101 Defiance L 84-96 1978-79 Taylor L 64-66 Record 13-14 Earlham W 75-64 Urbana W 64-55 Manchester W 115-105 Tri-State L 62-81 Bluffton W 79-77 Robert Morris W 54-51 Hanover L 74-108 Taylor W 80-67 Findlay L 60-91 Oh. Wesleyan L 81-91 Anderson L 75-79 Defiance W 78-71 Wilberforce L 63-85 Centre L 72-74 Oh. Dominican W 76-54 1981-82 Urbana L 62-64 Record 7-15 Earlham W 71-58 Oh. Dominican W 82-57 Cedarville W 80-76 Urbana L 82-101 Denison W 91-66 E. Tennessee L 65-86 Muskingum L 55-58 Defiance W 69-65 Berea L 101-104 Mt. Vernon W 83-82 Manchester W 76-61 Taylor L 43-51 Bluffton W 91-75 Earlham L 60-94 Findlay W 70-56 Tiffin L 60-80 Hanover L 56-70 Lebanon Valley L 53-73 Anderson L 65-58 Manchester L 69-81 Defiance L 77-91 Bluffton W 70-69 Taylor L 86-89 Findlay W 48-47 Earlham W 67-62 Hanover L 59-99 Bluffton W 81-65 Defiance L 82-102 Kent State L 70-101 Taylor L 51-73 Findlay L 63-91 Earlham L 59-60 Hanover L 75-98 Anderson L 61-102 Anderson L 75-93 Bluffton W 79-54 Findlay W 61-60 1979-1980 Hanover L 48-50 Record 5-23 Anderson L 66-77 Tiffin L 74-84 Manchester L 81-89 Tri-State L 70-94 Urbana L 82-84 1982-83 Taylor L 77-91 Record 8-19 Morehead St. L 68-119 Oh. Dominican W 67-64 Defiance L 72-73 Urbana L 62-72 Marshall L 70-96 Fairmont St. L 55-83 Centre L 66-68 Wittenberg L 47-65 Oh. Dominican W 79-59 Defiance L 64-80 Earlham W 86-56 Mt. Vernon W 82-64 Cedarville L 78-98 Taylor L 52-53 Katrineholm W 108-40 Earlham L 64-68 Urbana L 60-65 Denison W 81-64 Centre L 56-81 Tiffin L 58-94 Berea L 55-94 Austin Peay L 65-97 Manchester W 80-77 Muskingum L 48-58 Bluffton L 67-77 Rio Grande L 80-99 Findlay L 60-106 John Carroll L 58-59 Hanover L 75-89 Manchester W 77-75 Anderson L 89-96 Bluffton W 71-56 Defiance L 76-93 Findlay L 64-66 Taylor L 68-78 Hanover L 70-85 Earlham W 61-53 Anderson L 74-76 Manchester L 71-73 Defiance L 84-90 Bluffton L 68-74 Taylor W 72-63 Findlay L 74-76 Earlham L 58-67 Hanover L 88-111 Manchester L 98-101 Anderson L 98-117 Bluffton W 87-75 Findlay W 75-72 1980-81 Hanover L 68-61 Record 5-16 Anderson L 99-101 Urbana L 80-115 Oh. Dominican L 50-58 1983-84 Defiance L 72-74 Record 9-16

Grace L 57-60 Cedarville L 56-67 W. Virginia St. W 88-78 Capital W 58-52 E. Kentucky L 55-92 Defiance L 66-74 Manchester W 72-68 Hanover L 74-86 Anderson L 63-64 Wittenberg L 49-52 Urbana W 79-76 Muskingum L 46-58 Oberlin L 65-78 John Carrolla W 70-61 Findlay L 67-79 Earlham L 66-70 Bluffton W 73-63 Defiance L 76-82 Hanover W 51-50 Manchester W 92-86 Findlay L 66-74 Anderson W 76-72 Earlham L 64-80 Bluffton L 69-71 N. Kentucky L 53-73 1984-85 Record 13-16 Cumberland L 63-75 Mars Hill L 71-73 Ohio Northern L 56-75 Denison L 53-79 E. Kentucky L 59-80 Defiance L 97-71 Manchester W 83-74 Anderson W 73-65 Cedarville L 60-73 Kenyon L 57-65 Cincy Bible W 75-73 Marietta L 67-68 Oberlin W 84-77 John Carroll W 81-68 Hanover W 76-56 Findlay L 66-77 Cincy Bible W 98-79 Urbana W 85-83 Franklin W 78-63 Bluffton L 68-77 Hanover L 81-89 Manchester W 85-74 Findlay W 70-68 Anderson L 71-86 Defiance L 96-107 Franklin W 96-70 Bluffton W 85-83 Findlay W 75-72 Hanover L 68-61 Anderson L 99-101 1985-86 Record 13-16 Ohio Northern L 53-55 Marietta L 75-77 Georgetown L 69-78 Walsh W 61-51 Tiffin L 62-91 Franklin W 99-68 Cedarville L 76-86 Kenyon W 76-62 Otterbein L 75-81 E. Kentucky L 60-78 Muskingum W 56-55 Malone L 80-87 John Carroll L 77-80 Findlay L 71-94 Anderson L 83-105

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Game by Game Results Hanover W 77-72 Defiance L 79-82 Bluffton W 85-80 Manchester W 73-60 Dyke L 74-78 Findlay W 84-77 Hanover W 79-74 Anderson L 68-82 Franklin W 2-0 (ff) Bluffton W 90-78 Defiance L 76-83 N. Kentucky L 76-91 Manchester W 76-67 Oh. Dominican W 78-77

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1986-87 Record 7-22 Fairmont St. L 68-90 Georgetown L 82-90 Rio Grande L 89-102 Urbana L 70-84 N. Kentucky L 67-74 Walsh L 61-88 Windsor L 100-105 Lee L 81-104 Cedarville L 80-90 Kenyon L 58-68 Urbana W 82-78 Thomas More L 73-90 Dyke W 98-87 John Carroll W 82-75 Dyke L 94-118 Georgetown L 59-86 Defiance W 86-81 Otterbein L 80-107 Bluffton W 78-74 Denison L 70-80 Tiffin L 82-84 Findlay L 63-99 Cedarville L 68-70 Bluffton W 88-85 E. Kentucky L 71-123 Defiance L 61-80 Wright State L 74-94 Findlay L 76-99 Oh. Dominican W 91-82 1987-88 Record 7-22 Cedarville L 86-99 Thomas More W 86-85 Georgetown L 86-98 Oh. Wesleyan L 71-96 NCWC L 91-97 Tiffin L 63-73 Ball State L 55-68 Findlay L 64-76 N. Kentucky L 84-124 Marietta W 90-82 Oh. Dominican W 84-75 Kenyon L 78-85 Urbana W 99-82 Walsh W 84-82 Mount Union W 85-75 Mount Vernon L 75-97 Defiance L 68-79 John Carroll L 77-83 Bluffton L 73-88 E. Kentucky L 59-95 Dyke L 70-95 Georgetown L 60-79 Findlay L 64-89 Rio Grande L 83-86 Defiance L 71-98 Dyke W 87-80 Cedarville L 87-99

Bluffton Malone

L 75-80 L 63-88

1988-89 Record 17-15 Cedarville L 73-97 Lake Erie W 96-70 Mount Vernon L 81-88 Earlham W 74-65 Cedarville L 62-65 Tiffin L 61-72 Findlay L 67-72 N. Kentucky L 57-89 Marietta L 73-76 Oh. Dominican W 97-66 Kenyon W 65-63 Urbana L 83-85 Denison W 81-67 Emory&Henry L 89-96 Palm Beach W 99-68 Defiance W 85-72 Bluffton W 85-68 Shawnee St. L 72-91 Dyke W 80-79 Central State W 83-76 Findlay L 66-68 Rio Grande L 83-95 Defiance W 58-57 Thomas More L 58-59 Lake Erie W 102-58 Dyke W 107-92 Walsh W 73-61 Cedarville L 81-84 Wright State L 88-106 Bluffton W 68-57 Shawnee St. W 83-82 Malone W 2-0 1989-90 Record 9-22 Cedarville L 81-109 St. Vincent L 101-123 Kutztown L 61-83 Rio Grande W 107-88 Wright State L 79-113 Tiffin L 71-75 Marietta W 85-68 Bethany W 84-77 N. Kentucky W 89-82 Kenyon W 81-63 Dyke L 93-103 Bethel L 66-96 Muskingum L 63-82 Calvin L 63-95 Mount Union W 92-85 Denison L 64-80 Mount Vernon L 88-94 Walsh L 70-87 Defiance L 67-73 Findlay L 76-85 Oh. Dominican W 86-69 Bluffton W 64-59 Central State L 79-90 Shawnee St. L 84-118 Thomas More L 91-101 Rio Grande L 108-129 Malone L 88-100 Defiance L 75-101 Bluffton L 51-59 Lake Erie W 93-72 Urbana L 88-90 1990-91 Record 9-17 Hanover L 91-102 South Bend W 112-100

Kenyon Tiffin Bethany Wittenberg Denison Cedarville Bethany Wittenberg Centre Walsh Defiance Findlay Oh. Dominican Bluffton Wilberforce Shawnee St. Wilberforce Malone Thomas More Defiance Bluffton Lake Erie Urbana Findlay

L 90-99 L 69-94 W 90-84 L 70-79 L 67-77 L 91-100 W 120-87 L 50-100 L 87-101 L 90-98 L 54-73 W 76-73 L 96-97 W 94-89 W 104-86 W 72-65 W 69-68 L 120-134 W 123-111 L 52-64 L 92-93 L 83-85 L 80-90 L 87-102

1991-92 Record 6-18 Capital W 88-85 Malone L 78-93 Graceland W 107-95 Urbana L 79-109 Oh. Dominican W 88-69 Rio Grande L 71-104 Denison W 90-79 Ohio Northern L 62-76 Muskingum L 54-75 Ohio Wesleyan L 88-102 Cedarville L 81-118 Bethany L 68-74 Shawnee St. L 67-81 Bluffton L 88-92 Graceland L 96-98 Defiance L 60-61 Thomas More L 79-81 Wilberforce W 89-75 Ohio Wesleyan L 87-90 Bluffton L 50-71 Defiance W 93-90 Thomas More L 84-97 Defiance L 69-97 Bluffton L 76-92 1992-93 Record 6-19 N. Kentucky L 65-79 Central State L 76-101 Hanover L 73-81 Wittenberg L 62-95 Oh. Dominican L 70-95 Wright State L 53-112 Rio Grande L 68-95 Cedarville L 86-91 Denison L 54-72 Wooster L 64-93 Redlands W 111-102 Hanover L 50-101 Bluffton W 62-52 Thomas More L 75-85 Defiance L 65-69 Wilberforce L 78-98 Thomas More W 82-76 Centre W 74-63 Oh. Wesleyan W 83-78 Shawnee St. L 93-94 Bluffton W 71-63 Wooster L 68-93

Defiance Thomas More Bluffton

L L L

52-95 64-81 70-75

1993-94 Record 3-23 Wooster L 50-82 Hanover L 80-89 Marietta L 73-84 Heidelberg L 70-83 Wheaton L 70-83 Indiana-East W 116-90 Franklin L 75-76 Marian L 69-73 Oh. Dominican L 58-83 Otterbein L 54-97 Potsdam St. W 91-83 Centre L 56-87 Ohio Wesleyan L 83-96 Wittenberg L 75-92 Bluffton L 63-64 Defiance L 88-92 Denison L 70-82 Mount Vernon L 85-96 Ohio Wesleyan L 71-105 Thomas More W 77-70 Bluffton L 52-72 Thomas More L 94-97 Shawnee St. L 72-85 Defiance L 63-87 Defiance L 71-97 Thomas More L 75-77 1994-95 Record 7-18 St. Francis (IN) W 77-70 Adrian L 58-69 Hanover L 62-79 Muskingum L 50-65 Centre L 65-72 Youngstown St. L 33-59 Wright State L 61-79 Wash. & Jeff. L 48-59 Bethany L 71-72 Denison L 44-55 Oh. Northern L 63-100 Marietta L 51-58 Waynesburg W 67-66 Indiana- East W 85-38 Bluffton W 74-67 Thomas More L 55-74 Defiance W 58-53 Oh. Wesleyan L 69-70 Shawnee St. L 68-69 Thomas More L 64-71 Bluffton W 62-57 Earlham W 83-61 Defiance L 53-86 Bluffton L 68-59 Defiance L 60-75 1995-96 Record 9-16 Olivet L 45-54 Juniata W 74-58 Marietta W 70-67 Wright State L 53-102 Muskingum L 58-62 Mansfield L 56-89 LaRoche W 80-75 Hanover L 43-83 Capital L 63-71 Westminster L 59-72 Denison L 43-73 Bethany L 65-76 Wash. & Jeff. W 84-67


Game by Game Results Lake Erie Bluffton Indiana- East Thomas More Lake Erie Oh. Wesleyan Shawnee St. Thomas More Bluffton Cincy Bible Denison Bluffton

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

59-56 74-91 125-77 70-87 56-72 74-66 71-86 69-72 50-68 95-52 66-64 69-77

1996-97 Record 15-10 Waynesburg W 77-72 Wooster L 45-74 Baldwin Wallace W 70-62 Ohio U. L 62-48 Heidelberg L 64-78 Adrian L 48-72 Trevecca W 64-61 Hanover L 37-51 Marietta L 59-72 Oh. Northern L 45-84 Eckerd L 48-83 Muskingum W 69-54 Capital W 87-82 Wash. & Jeff. W 81-66 Earlham W 91-68 Circleville W 103-48 Denison W 88-79 Bluffton W 74-69 Oh. Wesleyan W 89-79 Indiana- East W 102-88 Cincy Bible W 95-74 Bluffton L 66-79 Thomas More W 80-65 Shawnee St. W 84-73 Thomas More L 73-86 1997-98 Record 10-15 Wright State L 55-84 B-W L 65-66 Marietta W 78-66 Temple Bapt. W 101-44 KY. Christian W 73-47 Hanover W 52-51 Oh. Northern L 67-82 Elmhurst L 60-78 Denison L 66-90 Muskingum L 67-70 Elizabethtown L 73-85 PSU-Beaver L 76-85 Earlham W 70-50 Franklin L 58-97 Denison L 58-69 Bluffton W 70-67 Oh. Wesleyan W 65-50 Oh. Southern L 76-90 Shawnee St. W 83-80 Bluffton L 69-76 Thomas More L 95-107 Oh. Dominican W 60-57 Temple Bapt. W 74-72 Berea L 83-93 Thomas More L 73-100 1998-99 Record 3-22 Muskingum L 58-60 Ohio L 56-107 Marietta L 57-65 Pace W 80-52 Urbana L 72-74

Wittenberg L 51-76 Thomas More L 75-80 Oh. Wesleyan L 59-81 Carthage L 56-87 Grove City L 53-74 Franklin L 55-61 Manchester L 48-62 Anderson L 70-81 Mt. St. Joe L 60-91 Bluffton W 77-75 Hanover L 54-65 Manchester L 58-70 Wabash L 68-80 Wabash L 56-63 Anderson L 73-87 Franklin L 76-89 Bluffton W 76-66 Hanover L 44-46 Mt. St. Joe L 75-93 Anderson L 61-78 1999-2000 Record 10-15 Wilfrid Laurier W 76-59 Cedarville W 65-58 Wittenberg L 42-82 East Kentucky L 61-97 Thomas More W 75-73 Greensboro L 81-84 Waynesburg L 94-99 Earlham W 69-68 Oh. Wesleyan W 64-56 Catholic L 64-70 Wentworth W 75-52 Franklin L 58-65 Manchester L 61-81 Anderson W 80-66 Mt. St. Joe L 75-82 Bluffton L 75-99 Hanover L 43-54 Manchester W 64-63 Middletown W 97-63 Anderson L 68-99 Franklin L 69-91 Bluffton W 73-68 Hanover L 55-70 Mt. St. Joe L 75-88 Manchester L 64-102 2000-01 Record 6-19 Oh. Wesleyan W 91-85 Mt. St. Joe L 62-91 Earlham L 76-86 John Carroll W 105-100 Oh. Northern L 61-78 Mt. Union L 52-67 B-W L 74-99 Muskingum L 72-74 Bowling Green L 75-112 Temple Bapt. W 115-84 Goshen W 87-79 Marietta L 53-71 Capital L 70-103 Heidelberg W 84-81 Otterbein L 69-82 Mt. Union L 90-96 Ohio Northern L 65-74 B-W L 71-83 Muskingum W 74-57 Marietta L 65-70 Capital L 59-76 Heidelberg L 71-83 Otterbein L 68-95 John Carroll L 83-102 Muskingum L 75-99

2001-02 Record 6-19 Eastern KY L 56-91 Earlham L 52-72 John Carroll L 56-65 Ohio Northern L 54-82 Mt. Union W 67-63 Oberlin W 73-62 B-W W 92-85 Muskingum L 72-75 Shawnee St. L 77-97 Waynesburg L 68-75 PSU- Behrend L 66-71 Marietta L 70-84 Capital L 47-64 Heidelberg L 60-73 Otterbein L 75-93 Mt. Union L 59-78 Oh. Northern W 63-61 B-W W 84-83 Muskingum W 76-75 Marietta L 63-76 Capital L 61-67 Heidelberg L 74-76 John Carroll L 72-81 Heidelberg L 59-73 2002-03 Record 4-22 Olivet L 69-91 Manchester L 65-77 Earlham L 62-73 Heidelberg L 58-70 Ohio Northern W 61-58 B-W L 71-73 Findlay L 52-78 John Carroll L 49-78 Buffalo State L 63-64 Coe W 82-77 Oberlin W 68-47 Muskingum L 53-72 Mt. Union L 71-74 Otterbein L 53-79 Marietta L 40-71 Capital L 69-86 B-W L 75-100 Ohio Northern L 48-61 Marietta W 57-34 Capital L 60-88 John Carroll L 57-85 Muskingum L 58-69 Mt. Union L 71-84 Otterbein L 73-76 Heidelberg L 78-85 Muskingum L 63-73 2003-04 Record 1-25 North Central L 67-80 Palm Beach Atl. L 57-67 Thomas More L 62-74 Rose-Hulman L 54-58 Heidelberg W 63-61 Ohio Northern L 64-98 B-W L 94-95 Franklin L 64-86 John Carroll L 68-85 Maryville (TN) L 47-74 Muskingum L 63-67 Mt. Union L 64-103 Otterbein L 65-75 Marietta L 87-91 ot Earlham L 47-70 Capital L 62-82 B-W L 60-74

Ohio Northern L 58-62 Marietta L 54-59 Capital L 57-66 John Carroll L 63-68 Muskingum L 43-55 Mt. Union L 58-81 Otterbein L 67-74 Heidelberg L 63-87 Muskingum L 60-65 2004-05 Record 10-16 Defiance W 79-78 Anderson W 85-73 Franklin L 71-80 John Carroll L 82-94 Earlham L 44-56 Thomas More L 65-67 Otterbein W 82-77 Heidelberg W 75-73 Rose-Hulman W 69-58 Marietta W 88-78 Maryville W 80-72 B-W L 90-97 Muskingum L 61-68 Mt. Union W 80-68 Capital L 50-91 B-W L 58-59 Ohio Northern L 79-85 Muskingum L 45-51 Mt. Union L 59-63 Capital L 63-81 John Carroll L 51-77 Ohio Northern W 60-54 Heidelberg L 70-73 Otterbein L 51-79 Marietta W 97-92 John Carroll L 67-75 2005-06 Record 20-7 Defiance W 74-61 Anderson W 50-49 Case Western W 66-65 Thomas More W 78-65 John Carroll L 67-83 Otterbein W 74-56 Heidelberg W 77-64 Ohio Wesleyan W 70-55 Marietta W 115-79 Earlham W 78-71 Mt. St. Joe W 71-66 Ohio Northern W 65-59 B-W W 64-61 Muskingum L 74-80 Mt. Union L 56-58 Capital W 74-63 B-W L 68-80 Muskingum L 67-83 Mt. Union W 72-65 Capital L 55-60 John Carroll W 76-56 Ohio Northern W 78-75 Heidelberg W 93-72 Otterbein W 78-65 Marietta W 84-77 Capital W 73-64 B-W L 63-64 2006-07 Record 13-13 Anderson L 69-66 Defiance W 75-65 Cinn.-Clermont W 75-61 Thomas More W 77-57 Heidelberg L 90-78

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Game by Game Results Capital L 83-76 Marietta W 75-64 Oberlin W 76-65 John Carroll W 85-72 Ohio Wesleyan W 63-60 Mt. St. Joseph L 73-60 Otterbein L 76-67 Mount Union W 80-60 Ohio Northern L 63-62 Baldwin-Wallace W 95-88 Muskingum W 65-55 Heidelberg W 89-71 Capital L 73-65 Marietta W 67-64 Muskingum L 71-67 Baldwin-Wallace W 75-68 Ohio Northern L 75-53 Mount Union L 96-73 Otterbein L 52-49 John Carroll L 94-78 John Carroll L 102-88

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2007-2008 Record 16-10 Defiance W 59-57 Anderson W 83-72 Mt. St. Joseph W 74-63 Oberlin W 78-50 Thomas More W 76-61 Heidelberg W 78-68 Capital L 89-68 Marietta W 72-41 Baldwin-Wallace W 72-70 Wheeling Jesuit L 73-64 West Liberty St. L 88-69 Muskingum W 68-56 Ohio Northern L 66-62 Mount Union L 63-59 Otterbein W 79-65 John Carroll L 74-61 Heidelberg L 82-72 Capital W 72-55 Marietta W 80-53 Muskingum L 72-49 Baldwin-Wallace W 70-60 Ohio Northern W 80-79 Mount Union W 70-60 Otterbein L 80-67 John Carroll W 86-84 Baldwin-Wallace L 67-59 2008-09 Record 16-10 Mt. St. Joseph L 95-93 Wabash W 69-50 Franklin L 71-68 Oakland City W 110-86 Earlham W 75-48 Heidelberg L 88-82 Capital W 82-53 Marietta W 66-63 Baldwin-Wallace W 73-68 Cincy-Clermont W 89-58 Thomas More L 72-66 Muskingum W 66-63 Ohio Northern W 78-71 Mount Union W 79-76 Otterbein W 71-62 John Carroll L 92-66 Heidelberg W 80-69 Capital L 77-74 Marietta W 61-53 Muskingum W 54-51 Baldwin-Wallace L 71-57 Ohio Northern L 72-67 Mount Union W 98-94

Otterbein W 87-77 John Carroll L 75-72 Muskingum L 70-69 2009-10 Record 22-8 Cleveland St. L 99-74 Spalding W 78-52 Mt. St. Joseph W 70-46 Transylvania W 83-64 Case Western W 75-64 Allegheny W 71-57 Muskingum W 61-51 Mount Union W 87-84 John Carroll W 107-105 Otterbein W 81-66 Baldwin-Wallace W 79-65 Thomas More L 92-90 Ohio Northern W 73-62 Heidelberg W 79-66 Capital L 78-73 Marietta L 74-57 Baldwin-Wallace W 67-62 Muskingum W 82-62 Mount Union L 75-65 Otterbein W 84-72 John Carroll L 82-77 Ohio Northern L 89-74 Heidelberg W 70-66 Capital W 58-57 Marietta W 73-64 Mount Union W 71-60 Capital W 75-72 Heidelberg W 82-69 Lycoming W 78-74 East. Mennonite L 85-71 2010-11 Record 10-16 Mt. St. Joseph W 81-69 Rose-Hulman W 66-57 Wash. & Jeff. W 79-65 Transylvania L 72-69 Heidelberg L 85-62 Capital L 88-67 Baldwin-Wallace L 92-82 Mount Union L 75-73 Marietta L 89-78 Spalding L 70-66 Wooster L 86-79 Thomas More W 71-68 Muskingum W 67-56 John Carroll L 96-66 Ohio Northern W 70-63 Otterbein W 68-63 Heidelberg L 79-74 Capital L 68-67 Baldwin-Wallace W 75-68 Marietta L 76-70 Mount Union L 69-67 Muskingum W 74-59 John Carroll W 93-85 Ohio Northern L 71-65 Otterbein L 76-72 Marietta W 84-73 2011-12 Record 15-13 Mt. St. Joseph L Buena Vista W Wheaton L Shawnee St. L Wooster L Heidelberg W Capital W Baldwin-Wallace W

73-65 75-71 96-61 60-56 83-74 92-66 63-57 59-56

Mount Union W 75-71 Marietta L 65-63 Muskingum W 64-61 John Carroll L 82-64 Ohio Northern L 64-60 Otterbein W 73-64 Thomas More W 96-83 Heidelberg L 68-66 Capital W 55-53 Baldwin-Wallace W 77-70 Marietta L 59-51 Mount Union W 75-61 Muskingum W 68-57 John Carroll L 84-82 Ohio Northern L 73-64 Otterbein L 68-65 Otterbein W 76-65 Baldwin-Wallace W 76-64 John Carroll W 79-74 Capital L 70-60 2012-13 Record 14-13 McDaniel W 69-54 Allegheny L 76-60 Thomas More L 83-73 Washington L 73-62 Tufts W 67-61 Muskingum W 84-69 Marietta L 64-57 Mt. St. Joseph W 70-53 Baldwin Wallace L 71-58 Capital L 70-68 Heidelberg L 73-71 Miami (Ohio) L 84-67 John Carroll W 70-66 Otterbein W 72-61 Mount Union W 108-102 Ohio Northern W 69-50 Marietta L 98-87 Muskingum W 93-69 Heidelberg W 76-59 Capital L 82-64 Baldwin Wallace L 70-62 Otterbein W 50-47 John Carroll W 84-66 Ohio Northern L 79-75 Mount Union W 69-68 Ohio Northern W 92-61 Marietta L 111-106 2013-14 Record 19-9 Mount St. Joseph L 63-52 Miami(ohio) W 65-63 Thomas More W 108-75 Transylvania L 81-76 Muskingum W 88-51 Marietta L 98-77 Baldwin Wallace W 87-74 Illinois Wesleyan L 74-65 Lake Forest W 83-60 Heidelberg W 99-89 Capital W 67-51 John Carroll W 72-66 Otterbein W 85-67 Mount Union L 93-80 Ohio Northern W 91-80 Marietta L 78-76 Muskingum W 84-74 Heidelberg W 71-64 Capital W 82-72 Baldwin Wallace L 65-61 Otterbein W 88-67 John Carroll W 97-74 Ohio Northern L 88-85 Mount Union W 84-77

Baldwin Wallace W Marietta W John Carroll W Washington (Mo.) L

65-58 91-82 91-82 100-69

2014-15 Record: 11-14 Mount St. Joseph L 82-68 SUNY Geneseo W 83-81 Case Wes. Reserve L 72-65 Thomas More L 79-76 Capital L 90-79 Marietta L 71-69 John Carroll L 96-86 Heidelberg W 83-81 Baldwin Wallace L 95-61 Alma W 92-85 Waynesburg W 72-69 Mount Union W 88-87 Ohio Northern L 93-78 Muskingum W 100-78 Otterbein W 69-63 John Carroll L 88-78 Capital W 72-57 Heidelberg L 88-85 Ohio Northern W 80-61 Marietta L 85-75 Otterbein W 90-68 Baldwin Wallace L 91-70 Muskingum W 70-63 Mount Union L 74-71 Baldwin Wallace L 71-67 2015-16 Record: 5-19 Mount St. Joseph L 98-96 (OT) Illinois Wesleyan L 84-61 Fontbonne W 72-64 Berea L 87-85 (OT) Capital L 79-67 Marietta L 81-72 John Carroll L 84-68 Heidelberg L 90-67 Baldwin Wallace L 80-58 Campbellsville L 84-64 Mount Union L 82-79 Ohio Northern W 86-81 Muskingum L 78-74 Otterbein W 74-64 John Carroll L 79-70 Capital L 81-71 Heidelberg L 91-75 Ohio Northern L 103-94 Marietta L 98-85 Otterbein W 87-54 Baldwin Wallace L 80-68 Muskingum W 80-79 Mount Union L 105-86 Marietta L 93-78


Single Game Records 48 46 44 43 40 40 40 39 39

Points Cal Zigler vs Muskingum 1924-25 Dan Simpson vs Mountain St 1953-54 Dan Simpson vs Centre 1952-53 Tom Vessely vs Kenyon 1968-69 Phil Blankenship vs Urbana 1967-68 Dan Simpson vs Bliss 1953-54 Gary Dillon vs Bliss 1952-53 Chris Sonneman vs Malone 1990-91 Cal Zigler vs Urbana 1924-25

Assists 16 Vince Wake vs. Malone 1988-89 15 Tim Edmonds vs. Defiance 1991-92 15 Tim Edmonds vs. Wilberforce 1991-92 14 Tim Edmonds vs. Denison 1991-92 13 Kevin Blanton vs. Bluffton 1981-82 11 Tim Edmonds vs. Ohio Dominican 1991-92 11 Tim Edmonds vs. Bluffton 1991-92 11 Bill Daugherty vs. John Carroll 1984-85

20 19 19 17 17 16 15 15 15 14 13 13

Field Goals Made Dan Simpson vs Mountain St 1953-54 Gary Dillon vs Bliss 1952-53 Dan Simpson vs Centre 1952-53 Bill Daugherty vs W. Va. State 1985-86 Dan Simpson vs Transylvania 1953-54 Kevin Blanton vs Bluffton 1984-85 Pat Nartker vs Rio Grande 1986-87 Leroy Berry vs Anderson 1979-80 Dave Daniels vs Not Available 1947-48 Cal Zigler vs Urbana 1924-25 Brandon Rogers vs Heidelberg 2008-09 David Guy vs Marietta 2004-05

10 Four tied with 10

30 29 27 26 26 25 23 23 23 23 22

Field Goals Attempted Gary Dillon vs Bliss 1952-53 Dan Simpson vs Mountain St 1953-54 David Guy vs Marietta 2004-05 Leroy Berry vs Anderson 1979-80 Dan Simpson vs Centre 1952-53 Dan Simpson vs Transylvania 1953-54 Tim Dicke vs Wilberforce 1990-91 Chris Sonneman vs Rio Grande 1989-90 Pat Nartker vs Rio Grande 1986-87 Bill Daugherty vs W. Va. State 1985-86 Four tied with 22

Field Goal Pct. 1.000 Craig Hall vs. Ohio Dominican 1988-89 1.000 Chris Sonneman Urbana 1989-90 1.000 Chris Mitchell vs. Urbana 1989-90 .923 Bryan Kaisevs Earlham 1996-97 .909 Tyler White vs. Spalding 2009-10 .909 Tyler White vs. Muskingum 2009-10 .900 Three Tied (9 of 10) 27 23 22 22 22 21 21 20 20 20 20

Rebounds Charles Cox vs. Cederville 1956-57 Kevin Blanton vs. Franklin 1984-85 Tim Dicke vs. Thomas More 1989-90 Tim Wilson vs. Thiel 1977-78 Jack Harner vs. Not available 1956-57 Tim Dicke vs. Calvin 1989-90 Jack Harner vs. Not available 1956-57 Tim Dicke vs. Ohio Dominican 1989-90 Tim Dicke vs. Central State 1989-90 Craig Hall vs. Walsh 1987-88 Charles Cox vs. Not available 1956-57

10 9 9 9 8 8 7 6

3-Pointers Made Dan Shardo vs. Marietta 1996-97 Chris Sonneman vs. Malone 1990-91 Chris Sonneman vs. Rio Grande 1989-90 Pat Stevens vs. Lake Erie 1988-89 David Guy vs. Marietta 2004-05 Chris Sonneman vs. Bluffton 1990-01 Dan Shardo vs. Ohio Wesleyan 1996-97 13 tied with 6, most recently Tyler Ledford vs. Ohio Northern 2009-10

3-Pointers Attempted 17 Dan Shardo vs. Marietta 1996-97 14 Scott Cunningham vs. Denison 1995-96 14 John Von Holle vs. Denison 1995-96 14 Chris Sonneman vs. Rio Grande 1989-90 14 Pat Stevens vs. Lake Erie 1988-89 13 Scott Cunningham vs. Wright St. 1995-96 13 John Von Holle vs. Westminster 1995-96 13 John Von Holle vs. Thomas More 1995-96 13 Chris Sonneman vs. Bluffton 1990-91 13 Chris Sonneman vs. Malone 1990-91 3-Point Pct. 1.000 Zach Broermann vs. Capital 2005-06 1.000 Nick Berter vs. Anderson 2004-05 1.000 Nathan Miller vs. BW 1996-97 1.000 Tyler Ledford vs. Otterbein 2009-10 .900 Pat Stevens vs. Lake Erie 1988-89 .833 Jason McLaughlin vs. Waynesburg 1996-97 .833 Brandon Candella vs. JCU 2012-13 .800 David Guy vs. Ohio Northern 2003-04 .800 Antonio Bowman vs. Heidelberg 2011-12 .800 Malcolm Heard II vs. JCU 2011-12 .730 David Guy vs. Marietta 2004-05 .714 Dan Sharon vs. Denison 1996-97

8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

Steals R.J. Leppert vs Heidelberg 2011-12 Damon Shoultz vs. Marietta 1997-98 Fred Harrison vs. Mount Union 2007-08 Jason Phipps vs. Wentworth 1999-00 Kerry Wilkinson vs. Marietta 2006-07 Josh Rohrbacher vs. Manchester 2002-03 James Mason vs. Hanover 1998-99 Nathan Miller vs. Trevecca 1996-97 Matt Kistner vs. Wright State 1994-95 Jason Johnston vs. TMC 1992-93

6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Blocks Brandon Rogers vs. JCU 2009-10 Brandon Rogers vs. ONU 2008-09 Brandon Rogers vs. Capital 2008-09 Sam Lauhmers vs. UC-Clermont 2006-07 Eric Stirling vs. John Carroll 2004-05 Pat Cary vs. Baldwin-Wallace 2001-02 Jason Phillips vs. Wabash 1998-99 Ryan Vest vs. Kentucky Chr. 1997-98

17 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 10

Free Throws Made Jason Phipps vs. Thomas More 1999-00 Pat Nartker vs. John Carroll 1986-87 Craig Hall vs. Denison 1988-89 Tim Wilson vs. Oh. Wesleyan 1977-78 Barry Turner vs. Manchester 1984-85 Bill Daugherty vs. Bluffton 1982-83 Deon Short vs. Thomas More 2004-05 Jason Phipps vs. Waynesburg 1999-00 Eric Sears vs. Thomas More 1992-93 Six tied with 10

20 18 17 17 17 16 15 15 15

Free Throws Attempted Jason Phipps vs. Thomas More 1999-00 Craig Hall vs. Denison 1988-89 Doug Frey vs. Anderson 1982-83 Tim Wilson vs. Taylor 1976-77 Tim Wilson vs. Hanover 1976-77 Tim Wilson vs. Oh. Wesleyan 1977-78 Tyler White vs. Muskingum 2009-10 Brandon Rogers vs. Oakland City 2008-09 Pat Nartker vs. John Carroll 1986-87

Free Throw Pct. 1.00 Vince Wake (13) vs. Dyke 1988-89 1.00 Bill Daugherty (12) vs. Bluffton 1983-84 1.00 Tim Edmonds (10) vs. Defiance 1991-92 1.00 Jack Harner (10) vs. N/A 1957-58 1.00 Three tied (9)

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Single Season Records

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420 400 378 330 327 306 305 292 257 255

Rebounds Tim Dicke Jack Harner Tim Wilson Kevin Blanton Jack Harner Jack Harner Tim Dicke Craig Hall Craig Hall Jay Stouffman

1989-90 1954-55 1977-78 1984-85 1955-56 1957-58 1990-91 1987-88 1988-89 1988-89

201 174 153 130 116 115 113 109 102 100 98

Assists Vince Wake Tim Edmonds Jay Slouffman Vince Wake Vince Wake Antonio Bowman Dwight Johnson Tyler Ledford Chris Mitchell Tyler Ledford Nathan Miller

1990-91 1991-90 1988-89 1988-89 1989-90 2010-11 2013-14 2008-09 1989-90 2009-10 1996-97

120 90 82 78 75 67 64 64 57 57

3-Pointers Made Pat Stevens Pat Stevens Chris Sonneman John Von Holle Dan Shardo David Guy Dan Shardo Pat Stevens Zach Broermann David Guy

482 472 412 389 387 383 375 367 363 362

Field Goals Attempted Bill Daugherty 1985-86 Jack Harner 1957-58 Leroy Berry 1979-80 Tim Dicke 1990-91 Bill Daugherty 1983-84 Eric Sears 1992-93 Kevin Blanton 1984-85 Barry Turner 1984-85 Eric Stirling 2005-06 Tyler White 2009-10

246 196 196 182 180 166 159 159 154 153

3-Pointers Attempted Pat Stevens 1988-89 John Von Holle 1995-96 Pat Stevens 1987-88 Chris Sonneman 1990-91 Dan Shardo 1996-97 Dan Shardo 2000-01 David Guy 2004-05 David Guy 2003-04 Jason Hennekes 1998-99 Dan Shardo 1999-00

.627 .605 .604 .602 .598 .568 .567 .561 .560 .558

Field Goal Percentage Craig Hall (173 of 276) 1988-89 Jay Slouffman (115 of 190) 1987-88 Maurice Henry (101 of 167) 1977-78 Craig Hall (153 of 254) 1987-88 Brett Carpenter (58 of 97) 2005-06 Kevin Long (83 of 146) 2000-01 Pat Cary (122 of 215) 2001-02 Chris Banfield (109 of 194) 1994-95 Kevin Blanton (191 of 350) 1983-84 Tyler Ledford (176 of 317) 2009-10

3-Point Field Goal Percentage .568 Tyler Ledford (42 of 74) 2009-10 .543 Vince Wake (25 of 46) 1987-88 .510 Mark Woodruff (26 of 51) 1998-99 .487 Pat Stevens (120 of 246) 1988-89 .478 Matt Maxwell (22 of 46) 1998-99 .459 Pat Stevens (90 of 196) 1987-88 .456 Jason McLaughlin (31 of 68) 1996-97 .452 Zach Broermann (57 of 126) 2006-07 .450 Chris Sonneman (82 of 182) 1990-91 .447 Zach Broermann (34 of 76) 2004-05

619 586 582 550 531 525 524 515 513 508 500

Scoring Bill Daugherty Fletcher Yates Leroy Berry Tim Wilson Jay Slouffman Kevin Blanton Dan Simpson Tyler White Tim Dicke Leroy Berry Jack Harner

27.5 23.9 23.5 22.1 21.9 20.7 20.3 20.3 20.3 19.6

Scoring Average Dan Simpson Jack Harner Fletcher Yates Bill Daugherty Jack Harner Leroy Berry Leroy Berry Tim Wilson Walt Hobble Chris Mitchell

Field Goals Made 253 Bill Daugherty 234 Fletcher Yates 215 Tim Dicke 211 Kevin Blanton 205 Jack Harner 197 Tim Dicke 193 Tyler White 191 Kevin Blanton 186 Bill Daugherty 176 Tyler Ledford

1990-91 1974-75 1979-80 1977-78 1988-89 1984-85 1953-54 2009-10 1989-90 1978-79 1956-57 1953-54 1955-56 1974-75 1985-86 1956-57 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1950-51 1984-85 1985-86 1974-75 1989-90 1984-85 1957-58 1990-91 2009-10 1984-85 1983-84 2009-10

1988-89 1987-88 1990-91 1995-96 1996-97 2003-04 2000-01 1986-87 2006-07 2004-05

61 60 55 53 53 49 47 47 47 47 47 47

Steals R.J. Brown Damon Shoultz Tyler White R.J. Leppert Fred Harrison Dwight Johnson R.J. Leppert Malcolm Heard Antonio Bowman Tyler Ledford Antonio Bowman David Guy

2009-10 1997-98 2009-10 2011-12 2006-07 2014-15 2014-15 2012-13 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2004-05

49 47 34 34 33 32 31 29

Blocks Brandon Rogers Brandon Rogers Malcolm Heard Fred Harrison Brandon Rogers Pat Cary Jason Phipps Jason Phipps

2009-10 2008-09 2012-13 2007-08 2007-08 2001-02 1999-00 1997-98

180 148 117 116 113 113 113 112 109 105

Free Throws Made Jay Slouffman 1988-89 Leroy Berry 1979-80 Vince Wake 1988-89 Tyler White 1988-89 Matt Combs 1993-94 Dave Harmon 1989-90 Bill Daugherty 1985-86 Tim Wilson 1977-78 Craig Hall 1988-89 Brandon Candella 2012-13

261 189 184 181 154 151 146 146 144

Free Throws Attempted Jay Slouffman 1988-89 Chris Sonneman 1990-91 Leroy Berry 1979-80 Tyler White 2009-10 Kevin Blanton 1984-85 Brandon Rogers 2009-10 Vince Wake 1988-89 Bill Daugherty 1985-86 Brandon Candella 2012-13

Free Throw Percentage .943 Gary Davis (99 of 105) 1967-68 .915 Tyler Ledford (43 of 47) 2008-09 .897 Tyler Ledford (26 of 29) 2007-08 .870 Zach Broermann (47 of 54) 2004-05 .861 Zach Broermann (31 o 36) 2007-08 .859 Tyler Ledford (61 of 71) 2009-10 .856 Zach Broermann (83 of 97) 2006-07 .841 Zach Broermann (69 of 82) 2005-06 .822 Chris Mitchell (83 of 101) 1989-90 .820 Doug Frey (104 of 127) 1981-82


Career Records Career Records All Americans Dan Simpson 1952-53 Jack Harner 1955-56 Rex Taylor 1963-64 Tom Vessely 1970-71 Tyler White 2011-12 Malcolm Heard 2013-14

1,953

Career Leaders Points Fletcher Yates 1971-75

819

Field Goals Fletcher Yates 1971-75

Team Season Records Most wins in a season 22 2009-10

Most consecutive wins 13 1957-58 Most points in a game 125 vs IU-East 1995-96 Team scoring average 92.4 1969-70

Field Goals Attempt Fletcher Yates 1971-75

Best FG percentage in a game .710 vs. Walsh 1990-91

.582

Field Goal Percentage Tim Wilson 1976-78

Best FT percentage in a game .960 vs. Hanover 1984-85

315 463

Free Throw Attempts Fletcher Yates 1971-75

.881

Free Throw Percentage Tyler Ledford 2006-10 Three-Point Field Goals Dan Shardo 1996-2001

Malcolm Heard

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Most free throws in a game 41 vs. Redlands 1992-93 Most free throw attempts in a game 58 vs. Redlands 1992-93 Largest margin of victory 55 vs. Circleville Bible 1996-97

1,000-Point Club Player Points Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 1. Fletcher Yates 1,953 614 Dan Shardo 1996-2001 2. Bill Daugherty 1,673 3. Malcolm Heard 1,577 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage 4. Tim Dicke 1,562 .494 Tyler Ledfod 2006-10 5. Jack Harner 1,390 6. Kevin Blanton 1,388 Assists 7. Walt Hobble 1,339 502 Vince Wake 1987-91 8. Tom Vessely 1,283 9. Pat Stevens 1,280 Rebounds 10. Chris Sonneman 1,265 1,144 Tim Dicke 1987-91 11. Eric Sears 1,252 12. Brandon Rogers 1,245 Steals 13. Rex Taylor 1,225 167 Fred Harrison 2004-08 14. Doug Frey 1,205 15. Cal Zigler 1,171 Blocked Shots 16. Tyler White 1,161 143 Brandon Rogers 2006-10 17. Chris Mitchell 1,114 18. Antonio Bowman 1,107 19. Dan Shardo 1,105 20. Brandon Candella 1,084 21. Lee Berry 1,070 22. Craig Hall 1,050 23. Roger Reveal 1,047 233

1,023 1989 1,013 2005 1,000+ 1953

Best Record 13-1 1929-30

1,516

Free Throws Fletcher Yates 1971-75

24. Jay Slouffman 25. David Guy 26. Dan Simpson

Year 1975 1986 2013 1991 1958 1985 1951 1971 1989 1992 1993 2010 1964 1983 1927 2011 1992 2012 2001 2013 1980 1989 1964

Tyler Ledford

Dan Shardo


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Why We Play Division III Athletics It’s not about getting a scholarship, getting drafted, or making SportsCenter. It’s a deep need in us that comes from the heart. We need to practice, to play, to lift, to hustle, to sweat. We do it all for our teammates and for the student in our calculus class that we don’t even know. We don’t practice with a future major league first baseman; we practice with a future sports agent. We don’t lift weights with a future Olympic wrestler; we lift with a future doctor. We don’t run with a future Wimbledon champion; we run with a future CEO. It’s a bigger part of us than our friends and family can understand. Sometimes we play for 2,000 fans; sometimes 25. But we still play hard. You cheer for us because you know us. You know more than just our names. Like all of you, we are students first. We don’t sign autographs. But we do sign graduate school applications, MCAT exams, and student body petitions. When we miss a kick or strike out, we don’t let down an entire state. We only let down our teammates, coaches, and fans. But the hurt is still the same. We train hard, lift, throw, run, kick, tackle, shoot, dribble, and lift some more, and in the morning we go to class. And in that class we are nothing more than students. It’s about pride - in ourselves, in our school. It’s about our love and passion for the game. And when it’s over, when we walk off that court or field for the last time, our hearts crumble. Those tears are real. But deep down inside, we are very proud of ourselves. We will forever be what few can claim ...

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2016-17 Wilmington Mens Hoops Guide  

The 2016-17 Wilmington College men's basketball digital guide is a publication of the Wilmington College Athletic Communications Department.

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