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EASTERN OREGON

MBB MEDIA SERVICES 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 21 AND 22 * JAN. 28-29, 2011 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 * W, 77-59 NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY* W, 73-66 Southern Oregon* W, 80-68 Oregon Tech* L, 78-89 CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY* W, 96-75 WARNER PACIFIC* W, 86-78 College of Idaho* L, 68-78 Northwest Christian* W, 67-63 Corban University* W, 81-72 OREGON TECH* L, 80-93 SOUTHERN OREGON* W, 95-53 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

Eastern Travels to PDX in Search of Wins 17 and 18 Against WPC and CU

WARNER PACIFIC 13-7, 6-4 CASCADE IN THE POLL Receiving 36 votes

CONCORDIA 7-14, 1-9 CASCADE IN THE POLL No votes

LEADERS POINTS Moreland, 15.2 ppg. REBOUNDS Moreland, 8.25 rpg. ASSISTS Moreland, 2.50 apg. STEALS Schultens, 1.45 spg. BLOCKS Davis, 1.40 bpg. THREE-POINTERS Schultens, 40/121, 33%

LEADERS POINTS Herman, 13.3 ppg. REBOUNDS Herman, 6.29 rpg. ASSISTS Aker, 4.81 apg. STEALS West, 1.57 spg. BLOCKS Scheetz, 0.67 bpg. THREE-POINTERS Preuninger, 47/124, 37%

GAMES 21 and 22 Dates: Friday & Saturday, Jan. 28 and 29 Location: Portland, Ore. Tipoff: Friday 7:30 p.m. PT, Saturday 7:30 p.m. PT Gymnasium: CC Perry Gymnasium (550) and CU Gymnasium (1,000)

ONE TO WATCH Eastern Oregon guard Jamar Johnson scored a career-high 30 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Mountaineers over SOU. The junior became the first EOU men’s basketball player to score 30 points in a game since Jan. 24, 2009. Johnson was 10 of 11 from the field, including 4 for 4 from behind the arc. The 30 points were a teamhigh this season.

GAME TIME Tipoff on Friday is set for 7:30 p.m. PT and 7:30 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 * Eastern is 3-7 in its last 10 games at WPC. The last EOU win at Warner Pac was 77-69 on 1/23/09. * The Mountaineers own the all-time series over Warner Pacific, 26-20. The last six meetings have been decided by single digits. * The series is 12-11 since 2000 in favor of EOU. Eastern has won three of the last five. * Warner Pacific won the last matchup in Portland on New Year’s Eve, 88-80. Entering that game the Knights were on a five-game win streak. * The Mountaineers hold a 27-23 lead in the all-time series over Concordia. * EOU has won six straight games over CU since the Cavs won in Portland on Jan. 19, 2008, 67-63. * Eastern has won three of the last 10 games at Concordia. QUICK HITS ON THE AIR * EOU is 37-3 in its last 40 regular season games at home. Video * The Mountaineers are 60-5 in the past 65 games in Quinn. Friday, 7:30 p.m. * EOU’s average margin of victory this year is 15.25 points. Jeremy Scott, Play-by-Play * The margin of victory for Eastern at home this season is 19.5. http://wpc.nmtvsports.com/ * The Mountaineers have not won the rebound advantage three times this season, and all have resulted in losses. Saturday, 7:30 p.m. * Eastern is 14-2 when leading at halftime this season. Tod Pickett, Play-by-Play * The Mountaineers best record after 22 games in a season http://gocugo.nmtvsports.com/ was 18-4 in 2006-07.


GAMES 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011 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 ................................. 947-1126 (.456) All-Time Cascade Record ................... 155-165 (.484) 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 (38-12, 21-6 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 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

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EASTERN OREGON MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 2

ABOUT THE KNIGHTS The Knights (13-7, 6-4) look to extend a five-game win streak this weekend. WPC has played well of late, including a key road win at Northwest. The Knights, who have struggled from outside the arc (.311 percent) and at the foul line (.581 percent), have five players averaging in double-figures this year – guards Traevone Bowie (14.3 ppg, 3.0 rpg), Nick Schultens (11.4 ppg, 2.0 apg), and Biniam Tadele (10.8 ppg, 4.2 rpg), and forwards Webster Moreland (15.2 ppg, 8.3 rpg) and Andre Davis (10.7 ppg). ABOUT THE CAVALIERS The Cavaliers (7-14, 1-9 CCC) have dropped four-straight league counters, but are a dangerous team – averaging 81 points a night and leading the league in field goal percentage (.481). CU has four players averaging in double-figures – Adam Herman (13.4 ppg, 6.3 rpg), Kevan West (12.7 ppg, 5.6 rpg), and Gage Aker (10.6 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 4.8 apg), along with leading scorer, Jourdan Sweeney (15.1 ppg, 5.3 rpg). Eastern will be going for its seventh strasight win over Concordia. LAST TIME OUT The No. 11 Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball team routed Southern Oregon University last Saturday, 95-53. Jamar Johnson scored a career-high 30 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Mountaineers. The junior was 10 of 11 from the field, including 4 for 4 from behind the perimeter. Thomas McCarthy added 16 points after shooting 4 of 6 from three-point range. Travares Peterson and Jason Mumm each scored 11 points. JC Cook finished with 10 points. Cody Thurmond threw five assists. The Mountaineers shot 50 percent from the field, 13 of 29 from behind the arc, and 16 for 21 from the free-throw line. The night before Eastern fell in a top 15 battle to thenNo. 7 Oregon Tech, 93-80. EOU went just 1 of 16 from the field in the final minutes of play. McCarthy led the Mountaineers with 20 points. 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 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 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

EASTERN OREGON MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 3

Expanded Standings Around the Cascade JAN. 21 Southern Oregon at College of Idaho, 54-80 Oregon Tech at Eastern Oregon, 93-80 Northwest at Corban, 70-68 Evergreen at Northwest Christian, 71-66 Concordia at Warner Pacific, 68-78

JAN. 22 Oregon Tech at College of Idaho, 60-65 Southern Oregon at Eastern Oregon, 53-95 Evergreen at Corban, 72-100 Northwest at Northwest Christian, 68-52

JAN. 28 Northwest Christian at Oregon Tech, 7:30 p.m. Corban at Southern Oregon, 7:30 p.m. Evergreen at Northwest, 7:30 p.m. College of Idaho at Concordia, 7:30 p.m. Eastern Oregon at Warner Pacific, 7:30 p.m.

JAN. 29 College of Idaho at Warner Pacific, 7:30 p.m. Corban at Oregon Tech, 7:30 p.m. Eastern Oregon at Concordia, 7:30 p.m. Northwest Christian at S. Oregon, 7:30 p.m.

FEB. 2 Walla Walla at Eastern Oregon, 7:30 p.m.

FEB. 4 Southern Oregon at Northwest, 7:30 p.m. College of Idaho at Eastern Oregon, 7:30 p.m. Oregon Tech at Evergreen, 7:30 p.m. Concordia at Corban, 7:30 p.m. Warner Pacific at Northwest Chrstian, 7:30 pm

FEB. 5 Oregon Tech at Northwest, 7:30 p.m. Warner Pacific at Corban, 7:30 p.m. Southern Oregon at Evergreen, 7:30 p.m. Concordia at Northwest Christian, 7:30 p.m. * All times Pacific

Cascade Player of the Week Kelly McCarty (COI) 6-3 Sr. Guard - In two games, McCarty had 45 points, was 16/20 from the field, and 4 of 5 from behind the arc in two Yote wins.

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

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

Conf 10-1 8-3 8-3 7-4 6-4 5-6 4-7 4-7 1-9 1-10

Pct. 0.909 0.727 0.727 0.636 0.600 0.455 0.364 0.364 0.100 0.091

Over 19-3 16-4 11-11 15-5 13-7 12-9 14-9 7-14 7-14 7-16

Pct. 0.864 0.800 0.500 0.750 0.650 0.571 0.609 0.333 0.333 0.304

Home 11-0 7-1 6-4 8-2 7-3 5-3 7-4 5-4 5-5 4-6

Away 7-1 7-3 2-4 6-3 4-3 5-6 5-4 2-9 1-9 2-9

Streak 1-2 2-0 3-3 1-0 2-1 2-0 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-1

PF 82.1 85.2 68.1 82.3 77.2 71.7 80.4 74.5 80.5 68.9

PA 64.0 69.9 66.5 68.9 72.5 69.3 77.6 84.1 81.5 75.4

Statistical Leaders (As of 1/27/11) 8. CU

TEAM SCORING OFFENSE PTS 1. EOU 1704 4. CU 1691 6. WP 1545 SCORING DEFENSE PTS 1.OIT 1407 5. EOU 1399 6. WP 1450 9. CU 1712 SCORING MARGIN OWN-OPP 1. OIT 82.1-64.0 2. EOU 85.2-69.9 5. WPC 77.2-72.5 8. CU 80.5-81.5 FIELD GOAL PCT. FGM-FGA 1. CU 606-1257 4. EOU 603-1311 8. WP 565-1270 FG PCT DEFENSE FGM-FGA 1. EOU 495-1218 6. WP 507-1174

AVG 85.2 80.5 77.2 AVG 64.0 69.9 72.5 81.5 MAR. +18.1 +15.2 +4.8 -1.0 PCT. .482 .460 .445 PCT. .406 .432

662-1413

.469

FREE THROW PCT FTM-FTA 1. OIT 345-455 6. EOU 299-425 9. CU 354-525 10. WP 282-481

PCT. .758 .704 .674 .586

3-POINT FG PCT 3PM-3PA 1. NU 150-386 3. EOU 199-519 6. CU 125-366 10. WP 133-431 3-POINT FG DEFENSE 3PM-3PA 1. NU 117-415 2. EOU 134- 442 7. CU 179-524 8. WP 149-431 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS RBS 1. WPC 309 2. EOU 271 3. OIT 279 8. SOU 189

INDIVIDUAL

3-POINT MADE

SCORING

NO. 1. McCarthy-EO 64 7. Hiebert-CU 47 7. Preuninger-CU 47 12. Schultens-WP 40

1. Foster-OIT 6. Moreland-WP 7. Sweeney-CU 10. McCarthy-EO

PTS 475 304 226 286

AVG 21.6 15.2 15.1 14.3

PCT. .389 .383 .342 .309 PCT. .282 .303 .342 .346 AVG 16.26 15.06 13.95 9.95

AVG. 3.20 2.24 2.24 2.00

REBOUNDING RBS 187 165 132 112

FIELD GOAL PCT. FGM-FGA 1. Herman-CU 104-163 4. Mumm-EO 75-125 9. Gaines-WP 81-149

PCT. .638 .600 .544

1. 2. 8. 9.

FREE THROW PCT FTM-FTA 1. McCarty-COI 70-80 3. Johnson-EO 49-57 10. Dunn-Cu 38-51

PCT. .875 .860 .745

3-POINT FG PCT 3PM-3PA 1. Johnson-EO 45-92

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS RBS 1. Tolliver-TESC 116 4. Moreland-WP 109 7. Aker-CU 95 12. Johnson-EO 84

PCT. .489

Peters-NU Moreland-WP Herman-CU Ranstrom-EO

AVG 9.4 8.3 6.3 6.2

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS RBS 1. NU 530 2. EOU 525 5. SOU 504 7. OIT 492 BLOCKED SHOTS NO. 1. WP 65 8. CU 42 10. EOU 32 ASSISTS NO. 1. NU 341 2. EOU 340 6. CU 305 9. WP 255 STEALS NO. 1. NU 186 2. WP 171 5. EOU 144 9. CU 129

AVG 29.44 29.17 26.53 24.60 AVG 3.25 2.00 1.60 AVG 17.05 17.00 14.52 12.75 AVG 9.30 8.55 7.20 6.14

TURNOVER MARGIN OWN-OPP 1. OIT 209-293 4. WP 299 -319 7. EOU 284-282 9. CU 343-296

+/+3.82 +1.00 -0.10 -2.24

2. Ranstrom-EO 9. Herman-CU

54 3.00 48 2.29

ASSISTS 1. Rodriguez-CI 2. Aker-CU 3. Thurmond-EO

NO. 116 101 80

AVG 5.27 4.81 4.00

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO RATIO 1. Cottle-EO 2.32 6. Aker-CU 1.22 STEALS

AVG 6.44 5.45 4.52 4.20

1. Ballenger-COI 4. West-CU 7. Schultens-WP 12. Johnson-EO

NO. 62 33 29 25

AVG 2.82 1.57 1.45 1.25

NO. 28 9 12

AVG 1.40 1.00 0.67

BLOCKED SHOTS OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS AVG NO. 1. Peters-NU 66 3.30 2. Gaines-WP 60 3.00

1. Davis-WP 4. Brown-EOU 7. Scheetz-CU


GAMES 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011 EASTERN’S RECORD WHEN ...

EASTERN OREGON MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 4

THE LAST TIME THEY MET ... WARNER PACIFIC EASTERN

78 86

Leading at halftime Trailing at halftime Tied at halftime

14-2 2-2 0-0

Vs. Top 25 Team Vs. Top 10 Team

1-2 0-1

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

15-1 1-2 0-1

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

14-0 2-4 0-0

In Overtime

0-0

That’s when Eastern made its move. The Mountaineers went on a 15-4 run to take a 33-32 lead with 5:27 left in the first half after a three-pointer from Thomas McCarthy. EOU would never lose the lead. A lay-up from Jason Mumm gave Eastern Oregon its largest lead of the first half with 55 seconds remaining, 47-40.

EOU outrebounds opponents EOU is outrebounded Same amount of rebounds

16-1 0-2 0-1

EOU led 47-42 at halftime, but stretched its lead to 15 points at the 7:19 mark of the second half with an Anthony Brown three-pointer. The Mountaineers finished 10 of 26 from behind the perimeter for 38 percent. Eastern was 46 percent from the field in the game. EOU was 58 percent from the free throw line (18-31).

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

5-3 11-0 0-1

Eastern Oregon outrebounded WPC, 49-34. The Knights entered the game with a Cascade Collegiate Conference-best average of 16 offensive rebounds per game, but finished with nine Friday. The Mountaineers threw 22 assists to Warner Pacific’s 17.

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

8-3 6-0 2-1

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

4-0 0-2

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

12-4 16-2

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

13-1 3-3 0-0

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

9-1 6-3 1-0

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

13-3 3-1 0-0

Games Games Games Games

1-0 5-2 3-2 7-0

decided decided decided decided

by by by by

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

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

8-3 8-1

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

13-4 3-0

La Grande, Ore. Dec. 31, 2010 * Quinn Coliseum LA GRANDE, Ore. – The No. 8 Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball team rallied from an 11-point first half deficit to beat Warner Pacific, 86-78, Friday. The Mountaineers (13-2) (5-1) fell behind Warner Pacific, 23-12, after a Nick Schultens’ lay-up at the 13:20 mark of the first half. The 11-point deficit was the largest EOU has overcome during Isaac Williams’ coaching career which began last season. Traevone Bowie gave WPC a 10-point lead, 28-18, with 9:38 left in the first half.

THE LAST FIVE MEETINGS * 12/31/10 - in La Grande Eastern 86, Warner Pac 78 * 2/27/10 - in La Grande Warner Pac 64, Eastern 61 * 1/29/10 - in La Grande Eastern 92, Warner Pac 85 * 12/31/10 - in Portland Warner Pac 88, Eastern 80 * 1/23/09 - in Portland Eastern 77, Warner Pac 69

McCarthy finished with a game-high 19 points. The senior was 6 of 13 from the field and 5 of 10 from behind the arc. The Prineville, Ore. native added nine rebounds. Jason Mumm had a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds. Travares Peterson and JC Cook finished with 13 points and 12 points respectively for the Mountaineers. Brown added nine rebounds, while Cody Thurmond and Josh Cottle each had seven assists.

CONCORDIA EASTERN

75 96

La Grande, Ore. Dec. 30, 2010 * Quinn Coliseum LA GRANDE, Ore. – The No. 8 Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball team improved to 4-1 in conference play with a 96-75 win over Concordia Thursday. Despite a triple double from Concordia’s Gage Aker, the Mountaineers (12-2) (4-1) won their sixth straight game over the Cavaliers. Aker finished with 17 points, 13 rebounds, and 10 assists. Dustin Hiebert added 16 points for CU. Drew Preuninger and Kevan West scored 14 and 12 points for the Cavaliers respectively.

THE LAST FIVE MEETINGS * 12/20/10 - in La Grande Eastern 96, Concordia 75 * 2/24/10 - in La Grande Eastern 93, Concordia 80 * 1/30/10 - in La Grande Eastern 83, Concordia 72 * 12/30/10 - in Portland Eastern 94, Concordia 73 * 2/6/09 - in Portland Eastern 89, Concordia 84

Thomas McCarthy led Eastern with a game-high 20 points. The senior finished 7 of 12 from the field, including 6 for 9 from behind the perimeter. Three other Mountaineers finished in double digits, Jason Mumm scored 12 points, Jared Heitzman had a career-high 11 points, and Travares Peterson added 10 points. Anthony Brown grabbed nine of team-high 10 rebounds in the first half. Josh Cottle had 10 assists along with eight rebounds and six points.

All 12 players on Eastern Oregon’s roster played in the game, and all 12 scored. The Mountaineers shot 48 percent from the field, and 34 percent from three-point range. EOU made 11 of its 32 attempts from behind the arc. It marked the eighth time this season Eastern has made at least 10 three-pointers in a game. The Mountaineers entered the game with the second-best three-point percentage defense, and 11th in NAIA Div. 2, holding opponents to 28 percent from behind the perimeter. Thursday, Concordia made 10 of its 22 three-pointers, finishing 45 percent in the game. The Cavaliers shot 41 percent from the field. Concordia (5-9) (0-4) opened the game with a 5-0 lead, and EOU then tied the game at 8-8. The Mountaineers began to pull away with a 14-4 run over the next three minutes. Eastern led by as many as 18 points in the first half, including its 51-33 halftime advantage.


GAMES 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

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

Warner Pacific

EOU EOU EOU EOU EOU EOU

scores scores scores scores scores scores

Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent In In In In In

Concordia

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

October November December January February

2-0 6-1 5-1 3-2 0-0

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

0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 8-2 6-2 0-0

Wearing Wearing Wearing Wearing

0-1 9-3 6-0 2-0

white uniforms navy uniforms gray uniforms retro uniforms


GAMES 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011 EASTERN OREGON MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 6 START TIMES SWITCH BACK Friday’s Projected Starters The Eastern Oregon University women’s and men’s basketball game times for Warner Pacific College this Friday flipped to women’s game first at 5:30 p.m. and men’s will follow. The new time alignment for the 201011 season has entered the second half of the Cascade Collegiate Conference schedule and will turn back to its traditional tipoff times as in years past. The rest of the CCC games this Guard Guard Guard season will be women’s games at 5:30 p.m. 21 Diego Herrejon 02 Nick Schultens 14 Webster Moreland and men’s games at 7:30 p.m. FR 6-1 170 JR 6-2 180 SR 6-6 195 DIALING LONG DISTANCE Eastern is hitting its share of shots from behind the perimeter this season. The Mountaineers are second in NAIA Div. 2 in three-pointers made per game (9.95), and is fourth in total three-pointers made (199). EOU is 11th in the country in three-point percentage (38%). Jamar Johnson is first in the country with his 48 percent shotting from threepoint range. Thomas McCarthy is 10th in NAIA Div. 2 with 64 three-pointers, making 3.2 per game which is seventh in the nation. J.J. IS DYNAMITE Jamar Johnson will be returning to his hometown of Portland this weekend, and the junior is looking forward to showing off his skills at home. The Mt. Hood Community College transfer leads NAIA Div. 2 shooting 48 percent from behind the perimeter. Johnson averages 14.1 points per game, and has hit 45 of his 92 attempts from long distance this season. He is shooting 51 percent from the field and 86 percent from the freethrow line. Johnson is riding off of Eastern’s first 30-point performance in two seasons. FOUR MORE FOR TWENTY Eastern is on pace for its fifth straight 20-win season. Before the five-year streak, the Mountaineers had four 20-win seasons in the 81-year history of men’s basketball, with the last coming in 1965-66. This season’s squad became the 20th team to reach 16 wins in school history. The 2007-08 team had the school’s best record at 26-6. That team was 17-3 after 20 games, and started 25-4. Game Notes continue on page 9

Fairfield, Calif. Sacramento City Coll.

Hillsboro, Ore. Grays Harbor College

Portland, Ore. Centennial HS

Center 01 Andre Davis SR 6-10 280 Stockton, Calif. Fresno Pacific U.

Forward 10 Biniam Tadele JR 6-5 230 Seattle, Wash. Edmonds CC

Saturday’s Projected Starters Concordia University

Guard 03 Kevan West JR 6-3 220 Vancouver, Wash. Ohlone College

Forward 33 Adam Herman FR 6-7 205 Vancouver, Wash. Prairie, Wash.

Guard 12 Gage Aker JR 6-5 220 Portland, Ore. Wilson HS

Guard 30 Dustin Hiebert SR 6-5 210 Dallas, Ore. Dallas HS

Center 44 Daniel Scheetz SR 6-7 210 Phoenix, Ariz. Shadow Mountain HS


GAMES 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

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

THE LAST TIME EOU ... 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) Attempted 80 Field Goals: 98 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Attempted 75 Field Goals: 77 (37-77) vs. Concordia (12/30/10) Made 15 3-Pointers: 15 (15-25) vs. Evergreen State (12/3/10) Made 10 3-Pointers: 13 (13-29) vs. Southern Oregon (1/22/11) Attempted 35 3-Pointers: 49 at Concordia University (1/27/04) Attempted 30 3-Pointers: 34 (10-34) vs Oregon Tech (1/21/11) Made 20 Free Throws: 20 at College of Idaho (1/7/11) Made 25 Free Throws: 28 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Attempted 45 Free Throws: 46 vs. Montana Western (11/10/07) Had 30 Assists: 34 at Multnomah (10/30/10) Had 25 Assists: 25 vs. Concordia (12/30/10) Had 15 Steals: 15 at Southern Oregon University (12/5/08) Had 10 Blocks: 10 vs. Oregon Tech (2/11/06) Overcame a 15-Point Halftime Deficit: Trailed 49-64 at halftime, won 103-98 vs. Concordia University (2/21/04) Overcame a 10-Point Halftime Deficit: Trailed 29-39 at halftime, won 74-69 vs. Davenport University (3/11/10)

MASSEY N/A 7 8 7 10 9 10

REC 20-0 18-2 19-3 19-2 20-3 19-2 17-4 19-4 19-3 16-4 18-5 16-4 19-4 15-2 17-5 15-5 15-7 15-7 15-6 14-7 12-8 16-6 17-6 14-6 16-6

PTS 436 421 398 393 371 360 352 345 327 312 306 282 254 247 233 226 207 191 184 169 153 139 114 108 96

24. Bryan College (Tenn.) 25. Indiana Institute of Technology Others receiving votes: Jamestown College (N.D.) 73; Mount Mercy University (Iowa) 40; Warner Pacific College (Ore.) 36; Mount Vernon Nazarene University (Ohio) 35; Central Christian College (Kan.) 34; Tabor College (Kan.) 24; Indiana University East 21; Warner University (Fla.) 6; Milligan College (Tenn.) 5; Ashford University (Iowa) 5; Saint Ambrose University (Iowa) 3; Cedarville University (Ohio) 3; University of Saint Mary (Kan.) 1; College of Idaho 1; Asbury University (Ky.) 1; Marian University (Ind.) 1; Webber International University (Fla.) 1; California State University-Maritime 1; Fisher College (Mass.) 1; Concordia University (Mich.) 1; Dickinson State University (N.D.) 1; Dordt College (Iowa) 1 Massey Ratings Top 20 (as of 1/24) Rating 1. Walsh 2. Embry-Riddle 3. Northwood FL 4. IN Wesleyan 5. Oregon Tech 6. Cornerstone 7. Black Hills St 8. Bellevue 9. St Francis IN 10. Eastern Oregon 11. Briar Cliff 12. Northwestern IA 13. Dakota Wesleyan 14. Northwest WA 15. IN Southeast 16. OK Wesleyan 17. Huntington 18. Davenport 19. Warner Pacific 20. Grace IN

1.182 1.064 1.000 0.901 0.864 0.855 0.852 0.788 0.768 0.762 0.725 0.662 0.651 0.643 0.624 0.616 0.593 0.579 0.545 0.533


GAMES 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

EASTERN OREGON 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 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

EASTERN OREGON MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 9

2010-11 EASTERN INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

2010-11 OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

TOP 25 STREAK CONTINUES The Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball team returned to No. 12 in the NAIA Div. 2 Top 25 Monday. The Mountaineers split over the weekend with a loss to then No. 7 Oregon Tech Friday and a win over Southern Oregon who was receiving votes. EOU received 282 points in the sixth edition of the poll. Eastern appears in the Top 25 for a school-record 17th straight time. The Mountaineers have been in the Top 25 in 23 of the last 24 polls. EOU has been in the Top 25 in every poll dating back to last season’s preseason poll on Oct. 26 when it received votes. The Mountaineers had their best preseason ranking in the 2008-09 season when they started at No. 6. EOU climbed to No. 3 in the national poll that season, the highest in school history, before ending the season in the national quarterfinals.

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Two Mountaineers have received Red Lion Cascade Collegiate Conference Players of the Week honors this season. Anthony Brown and Thomas McCarthy each were awarded. McCarthy was honored for his efforts from Dec. 27 from Jan. 2, and Brown was the recipient for his Jan. 10 to Jan. 16 performances. Jordan Gregg was the lone winner last season, and Kris Groce took the honor in 2008-09. 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 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

EASTERN OREGON 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 - 8, Concordia, 12/30/10 Asts - 10, Concordia, 12/30/10 Stls - 4 at Lewis-Clark State, 11/28/09 Minutes - 30, Concordia, 12/30/10

8, at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Same Same 2, 3x, last at Corban, 1/15/11 Same

Pts - 11, Concordia, 12/30/10 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 Same Same 2, 4x at SOU, 12/17/10 Same

Pts - 7, at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Rbs - 6, 2x last vs OIT, 1/21/11 Asts - 2, at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Stls - 1 at Corban, 1/15/11 Minutes - 17, at Multnomah, 10/30/10

Same 9, Warner Pacific, 12/31/10 4, 2x last at SOU, 12/17/10 2, 2x last at NCU, 1/14/11 Same

Pts - 30, vs. SOU, 1/22/11 Rbs - 10, vs. SOU, 1/22/11 Asts - 3, 2x, last Northwest, 12/4/10 Stls - 4, vs. Walla Walla, 11/6/10 Minutes - 32, Evergreen, 12/3/10

Same Same Same Same Same

Pts - 23 vs. Pacific Lutheran, 11/27/10 Rbs - 13 at College of Idaho, 1/7/11 Asts - 4 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Stls - 1, 3x, last Concordia, 12/30/10 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, 2x, Concordia, 12/30/10 Minutes - 34, at Carroll, 11/20/10

#23 Anthony Brown Pts - 12,2x last at Corban, 1/15/11 Rbs - 10, 2x last at NCU, 1/14/11 Asts - 6, at Corban, 1/15/11 Stls - 5, at Corban, 1/15/11 Minutes - 34, at NCU, 1/14/11

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, 4x, last at Corban, 1/15/11 Asts - 7, at NCU, 1/14/11 Stls - 2, 3x, last at Corban, 1/15/11 Minutes - 32, at Southern Oregon, 12/17/10

Same Same Same Same Same

#34 Jeff Ranstrom

#20 JC Cook Pts - 22, Evergreen, 12/3/10 Rbs - 8 at Multnomah, 10/30/10 Asts - 6, Evergreen, 12/3/10 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 - 5, 3x 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 - 6, at Multnomah, 10/30/10 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 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

EASTERN OREGON MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 11

The Isaac Williams Era‌By The Numbers Superlatives Record in Home Games: 19-3 Record in True Road Games: 14-9 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: 3-5 Record Against Ranked Opponents: 6-5 Longest Win Streak: 6 games, (10/29/10-11/19/10) Longest Home Win Streak: 12 games (11/7/09-2/27/10) 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: 93, vs. Oregon Tech (1/21/11) Most Points Allowed in a CCC Game: 93, vs. Oregon Tech (1/21/11) Fewest Points Allowed in a Game: 42, vs. Montana Tech (11/7/09) Fewest Points Allowed in a CCC Game: 53, vs. Southern Oregon (1/22/11) Largest Margin of Victory: 83, at Multnomah (10/30/10) Largest Margin of Victory in a CCC Game: 38, vs. Southern Oregon (1/22/11) 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: 13, vs Oregon Tech (1/21/11) 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: 64 vs. Warner Pacific (2/27/10) 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: 11, vs. Warner Pacific (12/31/10) Largest Lead Surrendered in a Loss: 10, at Montana Western (11/19/10) Largest Deficit Faced: 23, vs. Montana Western (11/7/10) 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, 3x, last at College of Idaho (1/7/11) 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, 14x, last at Oregon Tech (12/18/10)


GAMES 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

EASTERN OREGON MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 12

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

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Points: 30 by Jamar Johnson vs. Southern Oregon (1/22/11) 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, 2x, Concordia, 12/30/10 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) and vs. SOU (1/22/11) 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: 34 by Matt Ballenger, College of Idaho (1/7/11) Field-Goals Made: 12 by Matt Ballenger, College of Idaho (1/7/11) Field-Goal Attempts: 21 by Matt Ballenger, College of Idaho (1/7/11) Field-Goal Percentage (min. 5 made): 1.000 (5-5) by Deonte Johnson, Corban University (2/12/10) 3-Pointers Made: 6, 3x, last by by Matt Ballenger, College of Idaho (1/7/11) 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: 10 by Gage Aker, Concordia (12/30/10) Steals: 9 by by Matt Ballenger, College of Idaho (1/7/11) 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 W, 77-59 W, 73-66 W, 80-68 L, 78-89 W, 96-75 W, 86-78 L, 68-78 W, 67-63 W, 81-72 L, 80-93 W, 95-53 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 12-Thurmond 3-Cottle 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 12-Thurmond 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 20-Cook 20-Cook 20-Cook 20-Cook 20-Cook 20-Cook 20-Cook 15-McCarthy 15-McCarthy 20-Cook 20-Cook

Wing 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 32-Johnson 15-McCarthy 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 21-Peterson 21-Peterson 21-Peterson 21-Peterson 21-Peterson 21-Peterson 21-Peterson 23-Brown 23-Brown 23-Brown 23-Brown

Post 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 42-Mumm 34-Ranstrom 34-Ranstrom 34-Ranstrom 34-Ranstrom


GAMES 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

EASTERN OREGON 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 JC Cook Anthony Brown

SEASON CAREER 7 9 0 1 1 1 2

REBOUNDING Jeff Ranstrom Thomas McCarthy Jason Mumm Travares Peterson Jamar Johnson Anthony Brown

SEASON 7 2 3 5 3 3

CAREER 7 4 2 5 3 3

ASSISTS Josh Cottle Cody Thurmond Thomas McCarthy Jamar Johnson Travares Peterson Anthony Brown

SEASON 8 11 2 1 2 1

CAREER 27 19 6 1 2 1

MISCELANEOUS STATS SEASON DOUBLE-DOUBLES Thomas McCarthy Jason Mumm Jeff Ranstrom Cody Thurmond Anthony Brown Jamar Johnson

CAREER 1 2 3 1 1 1

2 2 3 1 1 1

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

SEASON 17 5 1 11 11 15 11 5 1 1 4

CAREER 31 14 11 11 11 15 11 5 1 1 4

20-POINT GAMES Thomas McCarthy Jamar Johnson Jeff Ranstrom JC Cook

SEASON 4 3 1 1

CAREER 4 3 1 1

DOUBLE FIGURE REBOUNDING Thomas McCarthy Jeff Ranstrom Jason Mumm Anthony Brown Jamar Johnson

SEASON 1 4 2 2 1

CAREER 2 4 2 2 1

10 9 2 1 1 1 2

2010-11 TEAM GAME BY GAME


GAMES 21-22 * WPC AND CU * JAN. 28-29, 2011

EASTERN OREGON MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 14

NOTES

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