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MBB MEDIA SERVICES

EASTERN OREGON

Barrett Henderson, Asst. AD,

Men’s Basketball

Media Services, Game Management, and Promotions bhenderson@eou.edu

ONE UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD * LA GRANDE, OREGON * 97850 * 541-962-2946 (P) * 541-962-3577 * EOUSPORTS.COM

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GAMES 10-11 * DEC. 3-4, 2010 2010 EASTERN OREGON SCHEDULE Date Oct. 16 Oct. 29 Oct. 30 Nov. 5 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 26 Nov. 27 Dec. 3 Dec. 4 Dec. 17 Dec. 18 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 15 Jan. 21 Jan 22 Jan. 28 Jan. 29 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 9-15

Opponent Time/Result ALUMNI GAME # W, 101-33 Portland Bible College W, 102-66 Multnomah University W, 146-63 MONTANA TECH $ W, 86-66 WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY $ W, 88-45 University of Idaho # L, 74-86 Walla Walla University W, 65-50 Rocky Mountain College X W, 78-72 Carroll College X L, 78-84 Whitman College % W, 99-92 Pacific Lutheran University % W, 81-67 EVERGREEN STATE * 5:30 p.m. NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY* 5:30 p.m. Southern Oregon* 5:30 p.m. Oregon Tech* 5:30 p.m. CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY* 5:30 p.m. WARNER PACIFIC* 5:30 p.m. College of Idaho* 5:30 p.m. MT Northwest Christian* 5:30 p.m. Corban University* 5:30 p.m. OREGON TECH* 7:30 p.m. SOUTHERN OREGON* 7:30 p.m. Warner Pacific* 7:30 p.m. Concordia University* 7:30 p.m. WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY 7:30 p.m. COLLEGE OF IDAHO* 7:30 p.m. CORBAN UNIVERSITY* 7:30 p.m. NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN* 7:30 p.m. Northwest University* 7:30 p.m. Evergreen State College* 7:30 p.m. CCC Tournament-1st Round** CCC Tournament-Semis** CCC Tournament-Finals** NAIA Div. II National Championships^

HOME GAMES # Exhibition Game $ Aramark Quinn Classic- Hosted by EOU X Carroll College Classic- Hosted by Carroll College % Vineyard Inn Classic- Hosted by Whitman College * Cascade Collegiate Conference Game ** CCC Tournament Game ^ NAIA Div. 2 National Tournament

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EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES

Mountaineer Men Begin Cascade Conference Schedule This Weekend

EVERGREEN STATE 1-3, 0-0 CASCADE IN THE POLL No Votes

NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY 6-1, 0-0 CASCADE IN THE POLL No. 14

LEADERS POINTS Tolliver, 13.0 ppg. REBOUNDS Tolliver, 8.75 rpg. ASSISTS Tolliver, 3.25 apg. STEALS Troyer, 1.75 spg. BLOCKS Tolliver, 0.75 bpg. THREE-POINTERS Tolliver, 7/20, 35%

LEADERS POINTS Peters, 12.86 ppg. REBOUNDS Peters, 9.86 rpg. ASSISTS Richardson, 4.0 apg. STEALS Christie, 2.86 spg. BLOCKS Peters, 1.71 bpg. THREE-POINTERS Landon, 17/40, 43%

GAMES 10 and 11 Dates: Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3 and 4 Location: La Grande, Ore. Tipoff: Friday 5:30 p.m. PT, Saturday 5:30 p.m. PT Gymnasium: Quinn Coliseum (1,400)

ONE TO WATCH Eastern Oregon guard Jamar Johnson looks to improve on his 16.67 points per game average, which is third in the Cascade Collegiate Conference. The Portland, Ore. native has made 23 three-pointers at 48 percent from behind the perimeter. He has shot 87 percent from the free-throw line. The junior is shooting 52 percent from the field which is 15th in the conference.

GAME TIME Tipoff on Friday is set for 5:30 p.m. PT Friday and 5:30 p.m. PT Saturday. There will be a live video stream for both games from New Media Television Services on EOUSports.com. There will be live stats available on EOUSports.com as well. THE SERIES * Evergreen State holds a 12-11 all-time advantage over Eastern. * Eastern has won the last two games, including last year’s 113-76 rout in La Grande. *It was the most points scored by Eastern Oregon in a Cascade Collegiate Conference game since 1994, when EOU tallied 115 in a win over Southern Oregon. * EOU holds a 19-13 advantage over Northwest in the all-time series. * The Mountaineers are 13-9 versus Northwest since 2000. * Eastern Oregon and the Eagles split the series last year with each home team winning. Northwest won an overtime thriller in Kirkland, 85-84, and EOU won in La Grande, 72-57. * The last EOU regular season league loss in at home came to Northwest on Jan. 12, 2008, 78-75. QUICK HITS * Eastern is on pace to equal or break the best start in school history, which came in 2007-08 when EOU started 13-1. * EOU is 32-1 in its last 33 regular season games at home. * The Mountaineers are 55-5 in the past 60 games in Quinn Coliseum. * Eastern Oregon has won 25 straight conference regular season home games. * The Mountaineers have won their games by an average of 24.2 points so far this season.

ON THE AIR Video 5:30 p.m. Barrett Henderson, Play-by-Play Keith Scarlett, Color Commentary Radio No Radio


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010 EASTERN OREGON QUICK FACTS Location ............................................ La Grande, Ore. Founded .............................................................. 1929 Enrollment .......................................................... 3,957 Nickname .............................................. Mountaineers Colors ... Navy and Vegas Gold (Pant. 2745 and 583) Gymnasium (Capacity) ......... Quinn Coliseum (1,403) Conference .................................. Cascade Collegiate First Basketball Season ..................... 1929 (81 years) President ............................................. Dr. Bob Davies Faculty Representative ............. Dr. Peter Diffenderfer Athletics Website ...................... www.EOUSports.com Main Athletic Dept. Phone ……...……… 541.962.3497

EASTERN OREGON BASKETBALL FACTS 2009 Record ........................................................ 23-9 2009 Cascade Record/Finish ....................... 14-4/2nd 2009 Final Ranking .......................................... No. 13 All-Time Record ................................. 939-1123 (.455) All-Time Cascade Record ................... 147-162 (.476) All-Time Postseason Record ............................. 22-36 CCC tournament ......… 13 appearances (9-14) ‘94, ‘96, ‘97, ’00, ’01, ’02, ’03, ’04, ’06, ’07, ’08, ’09, ‘10 National tournament ........ 4 appearances (5-3) ’42, ’08, ’09, ‘10 EASTERN OREGON COACHING STAFF Isaac Williams, Second Year (31-10, 14-4 CCC) .. HC Tim Mollerstrom, Sixth Year ................................... AC Adam Tyhurst, Second Year .................................. AC Mark Carollo, Second Year .................................... AC Jeremy Templeton, Second Year .......................... S/C Russell Yap ............................................................ AT

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 2

ABOUT THE GEODUCKS Evergreen State opened the season with a win, but rides into the weekend on a five-game losing streak. The Geoducks have lost by an average of 20 points in those five setbacks. TESC is led by Marice Tolliver’s 13.8 points, 8.2 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.5 steals, and 0.8 blocks per game. Tolliver leads the team in all of those stat categories. The Geoducks average of eight three-pointers made per game is fifth in the Cascade Collegiate Conference and 41st in NAIA Div. 2. ABOUT THE EAGLES Northwest and EOU were tied at the No. 2 position in the CCC preseason poll. The Eagles enter the weekend with a No. 14 national ranking. NU is paced by a veteran lineup that includes Greg Peters, who averages 12.9 points, 9.9 rebounds, and 1.7 blocks per game. Northwest enters the weekend on a four-game win streak since losing a double overtime heartbreaker to Westmont. The Eagles excel beyond the three-point line shooting 43 percent (5th in NAIA Div. 2), and only give up an average of 25 percent of three-pointers from opponents (4th in NAIA Div. 2). LAST TIME OUT The Mountaineers moved to 8-1 to start the year with a pair of victories over NCAA Div. 3 opponents at the Vineyard Inn Classic in Walla Walla, Wash. Eastern defeated the host, Whitman College, in the second game of the tournament, 99-92. Jamar Johnson’s 18 points led EOU. Whitman led by as many as 12 points twice in the first half and had a 50-41 halftime advantage. Eastern had its largest lead of nine points twice after that. The Mountaineers defeated Pacific Lutheran in Game 3 of the classic, 81-67. Eastern Oregon was led by Jeff Ranstrom’s 23 points and 11 rebounds. After trailing by as many as seven points in the first, the Mountaineers took a 45-35 lead at halftime and led by as many as 19 points in the second half.

EASTERN OREGON MEDIA SERVICES Phone …………………...………………… 541.962.3946 Fax ……………...……………………..….. 541.962.3577 Asst. Ath. Dir., Media Relations ….. Barrett Henderson Office phone ………….…..… 541.962.3946 Cell phone ………..……..….. 541.805.5687 E-mail ……….....….. bhenderson@eou.edu Press row phone number …………….… 541.962.3685 Phone for radio outlet ……………….….. 541.962.3361 Media Relations Assistant ……….….…… Paul Carollo Mailing Address ….……….. Eastern Oregon University ……………………………………… One University Blvd. ……………………..…………….. La Grande, OR 97850

Keeping Up With Eastern BENCHWARMERS EOU COACHES SHOW Tuesday, Noon on EOUSports.com

Game Notes continue on page 6

2010-11 EASTERN OREGON MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER No. Name 3 Josh Cottle 12 Cody Thurmond 15 Thomas McCarthy 20 JC Cook 21 Travares Peterson 23 Anthony Brown 24 Jared Heitzman (heights-man) 30 Kyllian Wood (kill-e-n) 32 Jamar Johnson 34 Jeff Ranstrom 42 Jason Mumm 45 Robert Barrington RS Ryan Tooke

Pos. G G G G W/F W/F W F W F F F G/W

Ht. 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-7 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-5 6-5

Wt. 160 165 170 195 185 210 180 225 200 225 230 210 185

Cl.-Ex. Sr.-3V So.-1V Sr.-3V Sr.-3V Jr.-2V So.-1V Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-2V Jr.-2V Jr.-2V So.-1V Fr.-HS

Hometown Heber City, Utah Poulsbo, Wash. Prineville, Ore. Canby, Ore. El Paso, Texas Spokane, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho Springfield, Ore. Portland, Ore. Eagle, Idaho Kimberly, Idaho Virginia City, Nev. La Grande, Ore.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN LIVE VIDEO STREAM NMTV Service EOUSports.com LIVE STATS EOUSports.com

By position F (4): Barrington, Mumm, Ranstrom, Wood G (4): Cook, Cottle, McCarthy, Thurmond W (2): Heitzman, Johnson G/W (1): Tooke W/F (2): Peterson, Brown

By year JR (4): Johnson, Mumm, Peterson, Ranstrom FR (3): Heitzman, Tooke, Wood SO (3): Barrington, Brown, Thurmond SR (3): Cook, Cottle, McCarthy

By state Ore. (5): Cook, Johnson, McCarthy, Tooke, Wood Idaho (3): Heitzman, Mumm, Ranstrom Wash. (2): Brown, Thurmond Nev. (1): Barrington Texas (1): Peterson Utah (1): Cottle


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 3

Expanded Standings Around the Cascade Conf. Over. W L W L EASTERN Corban Northwest Oregon Tech Southern Oregon Warner Pacific Northwest Christian Concordia Evergreen College of Idaho

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8 7 6 7 6 5 4 3 1 2

1 1 1 2 2 3 4 3 3 7

NOV. 27

School Eastern Oregon Corban Northwest Oregon Tech Southern Oregon Warner Pacific Northwest Christian Concordia Evergreen College of Idaho

Conf 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct. 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

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

Pct. .889 .875 .857 .778 .750 .625 .500 .500

Home 2-0 0-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0

1-1

0-3

L5

62.7

66.9

0-1

L5

62.7

66.9

Statistical Leaders (As of 11/29/10)

SCORING DEFENSE PTS 1. OIT 529 4. EOU 605

AVG 58.8 67.2

3-POINT FG PCT 3PM-3PA 1. NU 57-131 4. EOU 93-239

PCT. .435 .389

SCORING MARGIN OWN-OPP 1. EOU 91.4-67.2

MAR. +24.2

3-POINT FG DEFENSE 3PM-3PA 1. NU 37-147 2. EOU 55-200

PCT. .252 .275

DEC. 3

FIELD GOAL PCT. FGM-FGA 1. CRB 224-461 3. EOU 294-625

PCT. .486 .470

Northwest at College of Idaho, 5:30 p.m. MT Evergreen at Eastern Oregon, 5:30 p.m. Corban at Northwest Christian, 5:30 p.m. Oregon Tech at Warner Pacific, 5:30 p.m. Southern Oregon at Concordia, 5:30 p.m.

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS RBS AVG 1. WPC 137 17.1 2. EOU 151 16.8

FG PCT DEFENSE FGM-FGA 1. SOU 168-482 2. EOU 207-534

PCT. .349 .388

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS RBS AVG 1. CON 188 31.3 3. EOU 270 30.0

NOV. 30 Simpson at Oregon Tech, 5:30 p.m. Evergreen at Linfield, 7 p.m.

TEAM SCORING OFFENSE PTS 1. EOU 823

DEC. 4 Evergreen at College of Idaho, 5:30 p.m. MT Northwest at Eastern Oregon, 5:30 p.m. Southern Oregon at Warner Pacific, 5:30 p.m. Oregon Tech at Concordia, 5:30 p.m. * All times Pacific

Cascade Player of the Week Kellen Spicer (NCU) 6-6 Jr. Forward - In three games, Spicer finished with 56 points and 11 rebounds. He shot 67 percent from the field and made 7 three-pointers.

2010-11 CCC Preseason Poll 1. Oregon Tech (5) 2. Eastern Oregon (3) 2. Northwest U. (1) 4. College of Idaho (1) 5. Warner Pacific 6. Concordia 7. Corban 8. Northwest Christian 9. Evergreen State 10. Southern Oregon First place votes in parenthesis ( )

89 pts 84 pts 84 pts 70 pts 63 pts 48 pts 38 pts 29 pts 24 pts 21 pts

PA 67.2 81.6 72.3 58.8 61.2 71.2 77.6 75.2

0-1

AVG 91.4

Northwest Christian at W. Washington, 7 p.m.

PF 91.4 89.4 90.3 81.7 73.1 77.9 71.6 79.7

.167

PCT. .773 .732

NOV. 29

Streak W2 W1 W4 W1 L1 W1 L2 L3

.222

FREE THROW PCT FTM-FTA 1. SOU 136-176 6. EOU 142-194

Westmont vs. College of Idaho, 69-54 Pacifca vs. Corban, 93-112 Montana Tech vs. Warner Pacific, 58-67 Carroll vs. Evergreen, 86-67 William Jessup vs. Oregon Tech, 62-78 Humblodt St. vs. Northwest Christian, 110-55 Pacific Lutheran vs. Eastern Oregon, 67-81 Concordia at Holy Names, 81-95 Fresno Pacific at Southern Oregon, 57-56 Northwest at Whitman, 88-79

Away 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

AVG 17.7 17.3

NO. 75 71

AVG 10.7 7.89

TURNOVER MARGIN OWN-OPP 1. OIT 154-94 4. EOU 156-135

+/+4.5 +1.3

1. NU 6. EOU

ASSISTS AVG 21.0 19.5

NO. 1. McCarthy-EO 30

PCT. .929 .871

PCT. 1.00 .525

1. Peters-NU 6.Ranstrom-EO

RBS 69 64

AVG 5.4 4.3

AVG. 3.33

NO. 1. Rodriguez-CI 49 3. Thurmond-EO 39

AVG 9.9 7.1

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO RATIO 1. Bautista-OIT 5.0 2. Thurmond-EO 2.2

REBOUNDING FIELD GOAL PCT. FGM-FGA PCT. 1. Herman-CU 19-29 .655 4. Mumm-EO 35-60 .583

3-POINT FG PCT 3PM-3PA 1. White-SOU 2-2 8. McCarthy-EO 21-40

NO. 124 156

1. NU 2. EOU STEALS

3-POINT MADE

SCORING

FREE THROW PCT FTM-FTA 1. McKee-NCU 26-28 4. Johnson-EO 27-31

AVG 3.75 1.44

ASSISTS

INDIVIDUAL PTS 1. Foster-OIT 42 5. McCarthy-EO 78

BLOCKED SHOTS NO. 1. WPC 30 10. EOU 13

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS RBS AVG 1. Logan-CRB 53 6.6 7.Johnson-EO 39 4.3

STEALS NO. 20 16

AVG 2.86 1.78

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS AVG NO. 1. Peters-NU 30 4.2 4. Ranstrom-EO 30 3.3

BLOCKED SHOTS NO. 1.Peters-NU 12 Peterson-EO 4

AVG 1.7 0.4

1. Christie-NU 6. Johnson-EO


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010 EASTERN’S RECORD WHEN ...

THE LAST TIME THEY MET ...

Leading at halftime Trailing at halftime Tied at halftime

7-0 1-1 0-0

Vs. Top 25 Team Vs. Top 10 Team

0-0 0-0

Leading with 10:00 remaining Trailing with 10:00 remaining Tied with 10:00 remaining

8-0 0-1 0-0

Leading with 5:00 remaining Trailing with 5:00 remaining Tied with 5:00 remaining

7-0 1-1 0-0

In Overtime

0-0

EOU outrebounds opponents EOU is outrebounded Same amount of rebounds

8-0 0-1 0-0

EOU commits more turnovers Opponent commits more turnovers Same amount of turnovers

3-0 5-0 0-1

EOU has more fouls than opponent Opponent has more fouls than EOU Same amount of fouls

4-1 2-0 2-0

EOU shoots 50 percent or better Opponent shoots 50 percent or better

2-0 0-0

EOU shoots less than 50 percent Opponent shoots less than 50 percent

6-1 8-1

EOU shoots better than opponent Opponent shoots better than EOU Same shooting percentage

7-0 1-1 0-0

EOU has more free-throw attempts Opponent has more free-throw attempts Same amount of free-throw attempts

5-0 3-1 0-0

EOU bench outscores opponent bench Opponent bench outscores EOU bench Benches score the same

7-0 1-1 0-0

Games Games Games Games

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

decided decided decided decided

by by by by

1-5 points 6-10 points 11-15 points 16 or more points

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 4

EOU makes 10 or more three-pointers EOU makes 9 or less three-pointers

4-1 4-0

EOU shoots above 60 FT percentage EOU shoots below 60 FT percentage

6-1 2-0

EVERGREEN EASTERN

76 113

La Grande, Ore. (1,023) Feb. 20, 2010 * Quinn Coliseum LA GRANDE, Ore. – The No. 15 Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball team capped off the 2009-10 regular season with a 113-76 rout over No. 24 Evergreen State, Saturday. The 113 points scored by EOU was the most scored by the Mountaineers since Nov. 14, 2006, when Eastern scored 122 in victory over Walla Walla College. It was the most points scored by Eastern Oregon in a Cascade Collegiate Conference game since 1994, when EOU tallied 115 in a win over Southern Oregon. The Mountaineers (21-7) (14-4) blew open a top 25 match-up with 57 percent shooting from the field in the first half. Evergreen had the lead for the first three minutes, including its largest lead of the game, 6-2. EOU would take the lead, but TESC kept things close until the 7:48 mark in the first half when the score was 33-30. Eastern then made its run. Over the next seven minutes the Mountaineers went on a 25-5 run to close the half. EOU led at halftime, 58-37. Eastern Oregon continued to stretch its lead in the second half, and led 84-56 with 11:32 remaining in regulation. The Mountaineers still had one more run in them. EOU took its largest lead of the game after an 18-5 run, giving Eastern a 102-61 lead with 6:35 remaining in the game. The Mountaineers finished with six players scoring in double figures. Josh Landsverk scored a game-high 24 points. That point total gave the senior his career high on Senior Night. All five seniors scored double digits, led by Landsverk, but Dan Stafford added 18 points, Jordan Gregg had 17, Steven Sawyers finished with 14, and Jacques Wilson chipped in 12. Junior Josh Cottle finished with 11 points and a game-high seven assists. Gregg added a game-high 12 rebounds. Eastern Oregon made 10 of its 21 three-point attempts, while the Geoducks (19-9) (12-6) were 6 for 22. Evergreen had four double-digit scorers led by Nathan Menefee’s 22 points. Anthony Gallagher finished with 16 points, and Amos Saffold and Josh Troyer each had 12 points. The victory was the 25th in a row for the Mountaineers in Quinn Coliseum during the regular season over a conference opponent. Eastern Oregon won 30 of the 31 games at home in the regular season over the past two seasons. EOU's record at home in the past 57 games is now 53-4. The victory completes a Mountaineer sweep over TESC in the regular season.

NORTHWEST EASTERN

72 84

La Grande, Ore. (1,023) Feb. 19, 2010 * Quinn Coliseum LA GRANDE, Ore. -- The No. 15 Eastern Oregon University men clinched its fourth consecutive 20-win season Friday with a 84-72 victory over Northwest University. The Mountaineers (20-7) (13-4) won their 24th straight regular season conference game at home. The CCC team to beat EOU in Quinn Coliseum during the regular season was Northwest on Jan. 12, 2008, 78-75. Eastern finished with five double-digit scorers led by Dan Stafford's 16 points. Josh Cottle added 14 points, Steve Sawyers had 13, and Jacques Wilson and Jordan Gregg chipped in 12 and 10 points respectively. EOU shot 46 percent from the field, including 48 percent in the first half. The Mountaineers jumped out to an 11-0 lead four minutes into the game before the Eagles got on the scoreboard with a Bake Solomon three-pointer. Northwest's Tyson Christie cut a 15-point Eastern lead to 13 points with a jumper in the paint with 4:39 remaining in the first half. EOU responded with a 6-0 run to take a 22-point lead, which would tie its largest lead of the game, and lead at halftime, 46-24. Eastern Oregon led 51-31 just into the second half before NU would make its first of many small runs in the half, this one a 9-1 run. The Mountaineers stretched the lead back to 17 points with 7:03 remaining in regulation. The Eagles went on a 14-4 run over the next four minutes to close the lead to seven points. However, NU would get no closer. Christie led Northwest with a game-high 24 points on 11 for 15 shooting from the field. Greg Peters grabbed a game-high 12 rebounds. Solomon matched Cottle's game-high seven assists. The Eagles defeated EOU in overtime on Dec. 5, 2009, in Kirkland, Wash., 85-84. Northwest (15-13) (9-8) slid to sixth-place in the Cascade Collegiate Conference standings with only one game left in the regular season.


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 5 EASTERN’S RECORD WHEN ...

The Evergreen State

EOU EOU EOU EOU EOU EOU

scores scores scores scores scores scores

Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent In In In In In

Northwest University

less than 50 between 60-69 between 70-79 between 80-89 between 90-99 100 or more

scores scores scores scores scores scores

less than 50 between 60-69 between 70-79 between 80-89 between 90-99 100 or more

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

October November December January February

2-0 6-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday On Sunday

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

Wearing white uniforms Wearing navy uniforms Wearing gray uniforms

0-0 5-1 3-0


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010 NEW START TIMES FOR 2010-11 A new doubleheader format featuring men’s and women’s teams alternating time slots in conference play headlines the release of the 2010-11 Cascade Collegiate Conference men’s and women’s basketball schedules, CCC commissioner Dave Haglund announced. The first half concludes Jan. 15; the second half runs from Jan. 21 to Feb. 19. The CCC recently voted to modify the structure of its conference doubleheaders, which historically have featured the women playing at 5:30 p.m. followed by the men at 7:30 p.m. Beginning with the upcoming campaign, genders will split the two time slots. In the first half of conference play in 2010-11, men will play at 5:30 p.m. and women at 7:30 p.m.; in the second half, the genders will flip time slots. Men’s and women’s teams will flip their playing orders on a yearly basis. DIALING LONG DISTANCE Eastern Oregon is hitting its share of shots from behind the perimeter this season. The Mountaineers are fifth in NAIA Div. 2 in three-pointers made per game (10.3), and total three-pointers made (93). EOU is 19th in the country in three-point percentage (38%). Thomas McCarthy is seventh in NAIA Div. 2 with 30 three-pointers, making 3.3 per game which is ninth in the nation. Jamar Johnson is 24th in the country with his 23 made threepointers. EOU’s three-point field goal percentage on defense is 11th in NAIA Div. 2. QUINN CLASSIC DUO The Mountaineers’ Jason Mumm and Thomas McCarthy were named to the Quinn Classic All-Tournament Team. Mumm was named the Tournament MVP. They were joined by Montana Tech’s Dirk Anderson, Walla Walla University’s Tristan Greenidge, and The College of Idaho’s Kelly McCarty. Mumm tallied 24 points and 20 rebounds in the tournament and shot 11 of 19 from the field. McCarthy finished with a tournamenthigh 38 points on 10 of 20 shooting from behind the perimeter. Game Notes continue on page 9

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 6

Friday’s Projected Starters The Evergreen State College

Guard 01 Tyrell Dixon JR 5-9 180 Tacoma, Wash. Mt. Tahoma HS

Guard 02 Ramon Johnson JR 6-2 170 Las Vegas, Nev. S. Puget Sound HS

Forward 24 Marice Tolliver JR 6-5 225 Tacoma, Wash. Lower Columbia CC

Guard 03 Josh Troyer SR 6-3 185 Vancouver, Wash. Lower Columbia CC

Forward 33 Michael Brumsey JR 6-7 205 Tacoma, Wash. S. Puget Sound HS

Saturday’s Projected Starters Northwest University

Guard 4 Stedmon Richardson SR 6-2 180 Los Angeles, Calif. Fullerton JC

Guard 11 Daley Landon SR 5-11 168 Waterville, Wash. Big Bend CC

Guard 5 Rich Skillman JR 6-2 195 Everson, Wash. Nooksack Valley HS

Wing 24 Tyson Christie SO 6-4 205 Sherwood, Ore. Linn-Benton CC

Forward 55 Greg George SR 6-9 235 Seattle, Wash. Lake Washington HS


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 7 EASTERN OREGON IN THE POLLS THE LAST TIME AN EOU PLAYER... Week

NAIA

Scored 40 Points: 41 by Neil Fryer at Cascade College (1/24/09) Preseason 18 Scored 35 Points: 41 by Neil Fryer at Cascade College (1/24/09) Nov. 29 9 Scored 30 Points: 41 by Neil Fryer at Cascade College (1/24/09) Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Scored 25 Points: 26 by Jamar Johnson at Carroll College (11/20/10) Jan. 10 Grabbed 20 Rebounds: 23 by Paul Carollo at College of the Ozarks (3/14/08) Jan. 17 Grabbed 15 Rebounds: 16 by Jordan Gregg at Lewis-Clark State (11/28/09) Jan. 24 Made 15 Field Goals: 17 (17-24) by Neil Fryer at Cascade College (1/24/09) Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Made 10 Field Goals: 10 (10-15) by Josh Landsverk vs. Evergreen (2/20/10) Feb. 14 Attempted 25 Field Goals: 27 (16-27) by Mark Carollo vs. Evergreen (1/11/08) Feb. 21 Attempted 20 Field Goals: 24 (17-24) by Neil Fryer at Cascade (1/24/09) March 2 Made 8 3-Pointers: 8 (8-13) by Mark Carollo vs. Northwest Christian (2/23/08) NAIA Div. 2 Top 25 (as of 11/29) Made 7 3-Pointers: 8 (8-13) by Mark Carollo vs. Northwest Christian (2/23/08) 1. Walsh (Ohio) (12) Made 6 3-Pointers: 6 (6-10) by Thomas McCarthy at Portland Bible (10/29/10) 2. Oklahoma Wesleyan (3) Attempted 15 3-Pointers: 16 (7-16) by Bryan Rabas at Concordia (1/27/04) 3. Cornerstone (Mich.) (1) 4. Briar Cliff (Iowa) Attempted 10 3-Pointers: 10 (3-10) by Thomas McCarthy at Carroll (11/20/10) 5. Embry-Riddle (Fla.) Made 15 Free Throws: 20 (20-24) Randy Saitze vs. George Fox (1/18/82) 6. Davenport (Mich.) Made 10 Free Throws: 10 (10-16) by Josh Cottle vs. Warner Pacific (1/29/10) 7. St. Francis (Ind.) Attempted 20 Free Throws: 24 (20-24) Randy Saitze vs. George Fox (1/18/82) 8. Black Hills State Attempted 15 Free Throws: 16 (10-16) by Josh Cottle vs. Warner Pac (1/29/10) 9. Eastern Oregon 10. Bellevue (Neb.) Had 15 Assists: 18 by Mitch Despanie vs. Warner Pacific (11/1/96) 11. Northwood (Fla.) Had 10 Assists: 10 by Cody Thurmond vs. Montana Tech (11/5/10) 12. Indiana University Southeast Had 6 Steals: 6 by Steve Sawyers vs. Warner Pacific (2/27/10) 13. Saint Ambrose University (Iowa) 14. Northwest University (Wash.) Had 5 Steals: 6 by Steve Sawyers vs. Warner Pacific (2/27/10) 15. Grace College (Ind.) Had 5 Blocks: 5 by Deon Chandler vs. Warner Pacific (2/7/96) 16. Oregon Institute of Technology Hit A Shot At The Buzzer To Send A Game To Overtime: Neil Fryer at 17. University of Sioux Falls (S.D.) Cascade, 1/24/09 18. College of the Ozarks (Mo.) 19. Indiana Wesleyan University Hit A Shot At The Buzzer To Win The Game: Jordan Gregg at Northwest 20. Grand View University (Iowa) Christian, 2/13/10 21. Dakota Wesleyan University (S.D.) Hit A Closing-Seconds Shot To Win a Game: Maurice Thomas vs. Oregon 22. Jamestown College (N.D.) Tech, 2/11/07 23. Huntington University (Ind.)

THE LAST TIME EOU ...

MASSEY N/A 7

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

PTS 431 409 407 402 390 347 346 324 318 305 304 291 288 253 234 222 200 184 169 158 132 112 106 102 100

24. Roberts Wesleyan College (N.Y.) 25. Indiana Institute of Technology Others receiving votes: Indiana University East 99; Bryan College (Tenn.) 80; Ashford University (Iowa) 34; Bethel College (Ind.) 31; Cedarville University (Ohio) 30; Southwestern College (Kan.) 30; Saint Thomas University (Fla.) 22; Warner Pacific College (Ore.) 17; Berea College (Ky.) 17; Warner University (Fla.) 8; Concordia University (Neb.) 6; Iowa Wesleyan College 6; Cardinal Stritch University (Wis.) 5; University of Maine at Fort Kent 1; Malone University (Ohio) 1; Corban University (Ore.) 1; McPherson College (Kan.) 1; Concordia University (Mich.) 1; Doane College (Neb.) 1; Dakota State University (S.D.) 1

Scored 110 Points: 146 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Scored 105 Points: 146 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Scored 100 Points: 146 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Allowed 100 Points: 101 at Cascade College (1/24/09) Scored 60 Points in a Half: 74 (2nd Half) at Multnomah (10/30/10) Did Not Score 20+ Points in a Half: 18 (2nd Half) at C. of the Ozarks (3/14/08) Grabbed 55 Rebounds: 77 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Grabbed 50 Rebounds: 77 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Made 40 Field Goals: 51 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Attempted 90 Field Goals: 98 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Massey Ratings Top 20 (as of 11/27) Attempted 80 Field Goals: 98 at Multnomah (10/30/10) 1. Cornerstone Attempted 75 Field Goals: 98 at Multnomah (10/30/10) 2. Oklahoma Wesleyan Made 15 3-Pointers: 16 (16-34) at Multnomah (10/30/10) 3. Davenport 4. Black Hills State Made 10 3-Pointers: 11 (11-26) at Carroll (11/20/10) 5. Embry-Riddle Attempted 35 3-Pointers: 49 at Concordia Univeristy (1/27/04) 6. Eastern Oregon Attempted 30 3-Pointers: 34 (16-34) at Multnomah (10/30/10) 7. Huntington Made 20 Free Throws: 28 at Multnomah (10/30/10) 8. Walsh 9. Dakota Wesleyan Made 25 Free Throws: 28 at Multnomah (10/30/10) 10. Warner Pacific Attempted 45 Free Throws: 46 vs. Montana Western (11/10/07) 11. St. Francis Had 30 Assists: 34 at Multnomah (10/30/10) 12. Northwood Had 25 Assists: 25 vs. Walla Walla University (11/6/10) 13. Northwest 14. Bethel Had 15 Steals: 15 at Southern Oregon University (12/5/08) 15. Dakota State Had 10 Blocks: 10 vs. Oregon Tech (2/11/06) 16. Bellevue Overcame a 15-Point Halftime Deficit: Trailed 49-64 at halftime, won 103-98 vs. 17. Indiana Wesleyan Concordia University (2/21/04) 18. Grand View Overcame a 10-Point Halftime Deficit: Trailed 29-39 at halftime, won 74-69 vs. 19. Indiana Southeast 20. St. Ambrose Davenport University (3/11/10)

Rating 1.018 0.960 0.904 0.859 0.827 0.819 0.742 0.710 0.707 0.667 0.663 0.657 0.654 0.622 0.571 0.562 0.544 0.532 0.502 0.501


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 8

THE LAST TIME EOU ... Had Six Players Score In Double Figures in Same Game: Jamar Johnson (18), Travares Peterson (15), JC Cook (14), Cody Thurmond (14), Jason Mumm (13), Thomas McCarthy (10) at Whitman (11/26/10) Had Seven Players Score In Double Figures in Same Game: Jamar Johnson (22), JC Cook (19), Thomas McCarthy (18), Travares Peterson (16 ), Cody Thurmond (15), Robert Barrington (14), Jason Mumm (10) at Multnomah (10/30/10) Had Two Players record Double-Doubles in Same Game: Jeff Ranstrom (13 pts, 10 rebs) and Thomas McCarthy (12 pts, 10 rebs) at Walla Walla (11/17/10) EOU Did Not Have A Player Score In Double Figures: Opponent Did Not Have A Player Score In Double Figures: vs. Montana Tech (11/7/09) Had Two Players Score 20+ Points in Same Game: Neil Fryer (24) and Kris Groce (20) vs. Evergreen State (2/14/09)

2010-11 EASTERN TEAM GAME HIGHS

2010-11 OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS

2010-11 EASTERN TEAM GAME LOWS

2010-11 OPPONENT TEAM GAME LOWS


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 9

2010-11 EASTERN INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

2010-11 OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

MOUNTAINEERS LOVE FEBRUARY Eastern Oregon has closed the season strong the past few seasons. The Mountaineers have gone 14-3 in the month of February the past two years. Only Oregon Tech has done a better job finishing the regular season strong. The Hustlin’ Owls are 15-3 in February the past two seasons. Warner Pacific is 12-5 and Evergreen is 12-5 over the same amount of time. EOU does post the best record of any conference team over through January and February the past two seasons and this season. The Mountaineers are 41-8 over those two months, while OIT is 40-8, Evergreen State is 33-17, and Warner Pacific is 34-16. Eastern won the conference title outright in 2007-08, and shared the league regular season championship with Oregon Tech in 2008-09.

BACK AMONG ELITE COMPANY The Mountaineers moved up nine spots in the NAIA Div. 2 Top 25 this week to No. 9, thanks to their great start to the 2010-11 season. EOU returns to the top 10 for the 13th time in school history. Eastern last appeared in the top 10 on March 4, 2009 when it was No. 10. The No. 9 ranking is the highest raking since Feb. 16, 2009 when the Mountaineers were No. 9. LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARIES Eastern Oregon is one of five teams to have made it to the past three Sweet 16 rounds at the NAIA Div. 2 National Tournament. Two programs in those five, Oregon Tech and EOU, are from the Cascade Collegiate Conference. There are only a dozen teams that have made the national tournament in each of the past three years, including Eastern.


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 10

EOU CAREER AND 2010-11 SEASON HIGHS CAREER

SEASON

CAREER #24 Jared Heitzman

#3 Josh Cottle Pts - 19 vs. Warner Pac, 1/29/10 Rbs - 6, 2x, vs. Davenport, 3/11/10 Asts - 9 vs. Portland Bible, 1/9/10 Stls - 4 at Lewis-Clark State, 11/28/09 Minutes - 26 at Walla Walla, 11/17/10

8 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 5 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 7 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 2, 2x, vs. MT, 11/5/10 Same

Pts - 8 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Rbs - 4 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Asts - 3 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Stls - 2 vs. Walla Walla, 11/6/10 Minutes - 23 at Multnomah, 10/30/10

15 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 2/19/10 6 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Same 1, 3x, vs. Walla Walla, 11/6/10 Same

Pts - 7 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Rbs - 6 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Asts - 2 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Stls - None Minutes - 17 at Multnomah, 10/30/10

Same 6 at Portland Bible, 10/29/10 Same 2 vs. Montana Tech, 11/5/10 Same

Pts - 26 at Carroll, 11/20/10 Rbs - 9 vs. Pacific Lutheran, 11/27/10 Asts - 2 vs. Montana Tech, 11/5/10 Stls - 4 vs. Walla Walla, 11/6/10 Minutes - 28 vs. Walla Walla, 11/6/10

Same Same Same Same Same

Pts - 23 vs. Pacific Lutheran, 11/27/10 Rbs - 9 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Asts - 4 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Stls - 1 vs. Montana Tech, 11/5/10 Minutes - 32 vs. Pacific Lutheran, 11/27/10

Same Same Same Same Same

Pts - 18 vs. Montana Tech, 11/5/10 Rbs - 14 vs. Montana Tech, 11/5/10 Asts - 3 vs. Walla Walla, 11/6/10 Stls - 2 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Minutes - 34 at Carroll, 11/20/10

#23 Anthony Brown Pts - None Rbs - None Asts - None Stls - None Minutes - None

Same Same Same Same Same

Same Same Same Same Same

#42 Jason Mumm

#21 Travares Peterson Pts - 19 at Portland Bible, 10/29/10 Rbs - 9 vs. Walla Walla, 11/6/10 Asts - 4 vs. Walla Walla, 11/6/10 Stls - 2 vs. Walla Walla, 11/6/10 Minutes - 27 at Whitman, 11/26/10

Same Same Same Same Same

#34 Jeff Ranstrom

#20 JC Cook Pts - 19, 2x, at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Rbs - 8 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Asts - 5 vs. Montana Tech, 11/5/10 Stls - 3 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Minutes - 29 vs. Pacific Lutheran, 11/27/10

Same Same Same Same Same

#32 Jamar Johnson

#15 Thomas McCarthy Pts - 22 at Portland Bible, 10/29/10 Rbs - 10x at Walla Walla, 11/17/10 Asts - 3x, 5 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Stls - 3 at Montana Western, 11/19/09 Minutes - 38 at Walla Walla, 11/17/10

Same Same Same Same Same

#30 Kyllian Wood

#12 Cody Thurmond Pts - 17 at Corban, 2/12/10 Rbs - 3, 3x, vs. Northwest, Asts - 10 vs. Montana Tech, 11/5/10 Stls - 3, 3x, vs. Davenport, 3/11/10 Minutes - 31 at Whitman, 11/26/10

SEASON

Same Same Same Same Same

#45 Robert Barrington Pts - 14 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Rbs - 7 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Asts - 1, 3x, at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Stls - None Minutes - 18 at Multnomah, 10/30/10

SEASON BOX SCORE

Same Same Same Same Same


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 11

The Isaac Williams Era‌By The Numbers Superlatives Record in Home Games: 14-2 Record in True Road Games: 11-7 Record in Neutral-Site Games: 7-1 Record in Overtime Games: 0-1 Record in CCC Tournament Games: 1-1 Record in NAIA Tournament Games: 1-1 Record in Games decided by Five Points or Less: 2-5 Record Against Ranked Opponents: 5-3 Longest Win Streak: 6 games, (10/29/10-11/19/10) Longest Home Win Streak: 12 games (11/7/09-12/24/10) Longest CCC Win Streak: 4 games, 2x (last from 2/13/10-2/24/10) Longest Losing Streak: 1 game Longest Home Losing Streak: 1 game Longest CCC Losing Streak: 1 game Most Points in a Game: 146 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Most Points in a CCC Game: 113 vs. Evergreen State (2/20/10) Fewest Points in a Game: 57 vs. Indiana Wesleyan (3/12/10) Fewest Points in a CCC Game: 61 vs. Warner Pacific (2/27/10) Most Points Allowed in a Game: 92, at Whitman (11/26/10) Most Points Allowed in a CCC Game: 88, at Warner Pacific (12/31/09) Fewest Points Allowed in a Game: 42, vs. Montana Tech (11/7/09) Fewest Points Allowed in a CCC Game: 57, at Southern Oregon (1/23/10) vs. Northwest Christian (1/15/10) Largest Margin of Victory: 83, at Multnomah (10/30/10) Largest Margin of Victory in a CCC Game: 37, vs. Evergreen State (2/20/10) Largest Margin of Defeat: 16, at Montana Tech (11/21/09) vs. Montana Western (11/6/09) Largest Margin of Defeat in a CCC Game: 8, at Warner Pacific (12/31/09) Most Points Allowed in a Regulation Win: 92, at Whitman (11/26/10) Most Points in a Regulation Loss: 85, at Northwest University (12/5/09) Fewest Points in a Win: 64, MSU-Northern (11/20/09) Fewest Points Allowed in a Loss: 57 vs. Indiana Wesleyan (3/12/10) Largest Halftime Lead: 45 at Multnomah (10/30/10 Highest Field-Goal Percentage: .691 (38-55) vs. Walla Walla (10/27/09) Lowest Field-Goal Percentage: .362 (21-58) at Warner Pacific (2/27/10) Largest Deficit Overcome in a Win: Largest Lead Surrendered in a Loss: Largest Deficit Faced: Most Rebounds: 77 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Most Rebounds Allowed: 46 at Whitman (11/26/10) Fewest Rebounds: 30 at Montana Tech (11/21/09) Most Assists: 34 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Most Assists by an Opponent: 21 at Warner Pacific (12/31/09) Fewest Assists: 2 vs. Rocky Mountain (11/19/10) Most Turnovers: 25, at Evergreen State (12/4/09) Most Turnovers by an Opponent: 24 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Fewest Turnovers: 7, 2x, last vs. Evergreen State (2/20/10) Most Steals: 14, at Multnomah (10/30/10) Most Steals by an Opponent: 12, 2x, last at Northwest Christian (2/13/10) Fewest Steals: 0, at Oregon Tech (1/22/10) Most Bocks: 6, vs. Southern Oregon (12/18/09) Most Blocks by an Opponent: 9 at Warner Pacific (12/31/09) Fewest Blocks: 0, 11x, last vs. Pacific Lutheran (11/27/10)


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 12

The Isaac Williams Era…By The Numbers Game Highs EASTERN INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Points: 28 by Jordan Gregg at Corban University (2/12/10) Field-Goals Made: 13 by Jordan Gregg at Corban (2/12/10) Field-Goal Attempts: 19 by Jordan Gregg at Corban (2/12/10) Field-Goal Pct (min. 5 made): 1.000 (6-6) by Jordan Gregg vs. Walla Walla University (10/27/09) 3-Pointers Made: 6 by Thomas McCarthy at Portland Bible (10/29/10) 3-Pointers Attempted: 12 by Thomas McCarthy vs. MT Tech (11/5/10) 3-Point Pct. (min. 3 made): 1.000 (4-4) by Jamar Johnson vs. Walla Walla University (11/6/10) Free-Throws Made: 10 by Josh Cottle vs. Warner Pacific (1/29/10) Free-Throw Attempts: 16 by Josh Cottle vs. Warner Pacific (1/29/10) Free-Throw Pct.(min. 5 Made): 1.000 (8-8) by Travares Peterson at Multnomah (10/30/10) Rebounds: 16 by Jordan Gregg at Lewis-Clark State (11/28/09) Assists: 10 by Cody Thurmond vs. Montana Tech (11/5/06) Steals: 6 by Steve Sawyers vs. Warner Pacific (2/27/10) Block Shots: 4 by Jordan Gregg vs. Portland Bible (1/9/10)

Points: 33 by Cameron Guyton, Portland Bible College (10/29/10) Field-Goals Made: 11, 3x, last by Cameron Guyton, Portland Bible (10/29/10) Field-Goal Attempts: 20 by Nathan Menefee, Evergreen State (12/4/09) Field-Goal Percentage (min. 5 made): 1.000 (5-5) by Deonte Johnson, Corban University (2/12/10) 3-Pointers Made: 6 by Cameron Guyton, Portland Bible College (10/29/10) 3-Pointers Attempted: 14 by Reggie Guyton, Warner Pacific (1/29/10) 3-Point Percentage (min. 3made): 1.000 (4-4) by Nash Keene, Corban University (1/16/10) Free-Throws Made: 10 by Craig McGee, College of Idaho (2/5/10) Free-Throw Attempts: 12, 2x, last by Cameron Guyton, Portland Bible College (10/29/10) Free-Throw Percentage (min. 5 Made): 1.000 (8-8) by Eric Tisby, MSU-Northern (11/27/09) Rebounds: 15 by Chase Godecke, Carroll College (11/20/10) Assists: 9 by Reggie Guyton, Warner Pacific (12/31/09) Steals: 6 by Nathan Menefee, Evergreen State (12/4/09) Block Shots: 6 by Kaylone Riley, Warner Pacific (12/31/09)

GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS Opponent at Portland Bible College at Multnomah University MONTANA TECH WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY at Walla Walla University at Rocky Mountain College at Carroll College at Whitman College at Pacific Lutheran University EVERGREEN STATE NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY at Southern Oregon at Oregon Tech CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY WARNER PACIFIC at College of Idaho at Northwest Christian at Corban University OREGON TECH SOUTHERN OREGON at Warner Pacific at Concordia University WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF IDAHO CORBAN UNIVERSITY NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN at Northwest University at Evergreen State College

Result/Time W, 102-66 W, 146-63 W, 86-66 W, 88-45 W, 65-50 W, 78-72 L, 78-84 W, 99-92 W, 81-67 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. MT 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Guard 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 3-Cottle 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond

Guard 20-Cook 20-Cook 20-Cook 20-Cook 15-McCarthy 15-McCarthy 15-McCarthy 15-McCarthy 15-McCarthy

Wing 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson

Wing 34-Ranstrom 34-Ranstrom 21-Peterson 21-Peterson 21-Peterson 34-Ranstrom 21-Peterson 21-Peterson 21-Peterson

Post 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 13 2010-11 SEASON RESULTS

EASTERN OREGON SINGLE-GAME LEADERS SCORING Thomas McCarthy Jamar Johnson Josh Cottle Travares Peterson Jeff Ranstrom

SEASON 2 6 0 1 1

CAREER 5 6 2 1 1

REBOUNDING Jeff Ranstrom Thomas McCarthy Jason Mumm Travares Peterson Jamar Johnson

SEASON 5 2 2 2 1

CAREER 5 4 2 2 1

ASSISTS Josh Cottle Cody Thurmond Thomas McCarthy Jamar Johnson Travares Peterson

SEASON 5 4 1 1 1

CAREER 24 12 5 1 1

MISCELANEOUS STATS DOUBLE-DOUBLES Thomas McCarthy Jason Mumm Jeff Ranstrom Cody Thurmond

SEASON 1 4 2 1

CAREER 2 12 2 1

DOUBLE FIGURE SCORING Thomas McCarthy Cody Thurmond Josh Cottle Travares Peterson JC Cook Jamar Johnson Jason Mumm Jeff Ranstrom Robert Barrington

SEASON 8 4 1 5 6 8 4 3 1

CAREER 22 13 11 5 6 8 4 3 1

20-POINT GAMES Thomas McCarthy Jamar Johnson Jeff Ranstrom

SEASON 2 2 1

CAREER 2 2 1

DOUBLE FIGURE REBOUNDING Thomas McCarthy Jeff Ranstrom

SEASON CAREER 1 2 2 2

2010-11 TEAM GAME BY GAME


GAMES 10-11 * TESC AND NU * DEC. 3-4, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 14

NOTES

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