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Senior Micah Williams Senior Mike Smith

Senior Justin Tubbs

Senior De’Shaud Johnson

Senior Tommy Hubbard


100 Years...

1912 First Men’s Basketball Team

1920 Baseball’s Jim Mooney

1938 Football Team

1940 Football Team

1954 Coach Madison Brooks


of Tradition

1969 Grantland Rice Bowl Team

1973 Building of Memorial Center

1989 Keith “Mister” Jennings

1996 Men’s Golf Ranked No. 1

2010 Men’s Tennis Championship Run


During the summer of 2008, ESPN.com released what it called the nation’s “Prestige Ranking,” which attempts to rank the most prestigious programs in the country based on several categories such as NCAA and NIT appearances, conference championships, 20-win seasons and All-America players. ESPN used just the modern era – which it described as 1984 to present. ETSU ranked in the Top 30 percent of the nation’s 300-plus programs, finishing 82nd on the list and well ahead of many programs from mid-major and major conferences. The Bucs finished ahead of major conference teams such as Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, DePaul, Clemson, California and Florida, as well as mid-major rivals Appalachian State, Western Carolina, Georgia Southern and UNC Greensboro, and every Atlantic Sun Conference School.


ETSU Experience

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brings with it more than a chance to win basketball games and earn a degree. In addition, there are the experiences of reaching out to the community by visiting area hospitals, seeing the world during travels throughout the season, and acting as university ambassadors at major sports venues such as Bristol Motor Speedway. “Playing basketball at ETSU gives our players the chance to improve their athletic skills, but it is much more than that,” said ETSU head coach Murry Bartow. “It’s also about growing as a person, and becoming a well-rounded member of society. It’s about building relationships with teammates, coaches, and staff. “It’s about becoming a better person.”

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Table of Contents East Tennessee State Men’s Basketball Media Guide

Table of Contents/General Information

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Introduction NCAA Championship....................................2-3 A Program of Prestige..................................4-5 Team Info.....................................................6-7 Table of Contents............................................. 8 ETSU Overview................................................ 9 Memorial Center........................................... 10 Academic...................................................... 11 Strength & Conditioning............................... 12 Athletic Training............................................ 13 Season Preview........................................14-16 Player Profiles Meet the Bucs............................................... 17 Mike Smith.........................................18-19 Justin Tubbs........................................20-21 Sheldon Cooley...................................22-23 De’Shaud Johnson..............................24-25 Tommy Hubbard.................................26-27 Jarvis Jones.........................................28-29 Micah Williams...................................30-31 Lukas Poderis........................................ 32-33 Isiah Brown........................................... 34-35 Adam Sollazzo...................................... 36-37 J.C. Ward.............................................38-39 Ryan Woumn & Anthony Johnson............ 40 Curtis Wilkinson & Josh Johnson.............. 41 Roster/Team Map.......................................... 42 Coaching Staff Meet the Coaching Staff................................ 43 Murry Bartow..........................................44-46 Mike Boyd..................................................... 48 Scott Wagers................................................. 49 Thomas Johnson........................................... 50 Support Staff............................................51-52 Season Review 2009-10 Season Review................................ 53 Final Standings/Timeline.............................. 54 2009-10 Season Box ..................................... 55 2009-10 Schedule/Results............................ 56 2009-10 Game-by-Game.............................. 57 2009-10 Game High/Lows............................ 58 2009-10 Box Scores..................................59-64 2009-10 Opponents Opponent Section....................................65-72 Buccaneer Records Record Book.................................................. 73 1,000 Point Club............................................ 74 Individual Records....................................75-78 Team Bests.................................................... 79 Yearly Individual Leaders.............................. 80 Yearly Team Statistics...............................81-82 Single-Game Records.................................... 83 Conference History........................................ 84 Buccaneer Honors....................................85-86 All-Time Letterwinners............................87-88 ETSU Basketball Timeline.............................. 88 All-Time Results.......................................89-93 All-Time Series Records............................94-95 Coaching Records.......................................... 95 NCAA/NIT History.....................................96-98 Welcome to ETSU This is ETSU................................................... 99 Media Information/Buccaneer Sports Network....................................... 100 Basketball Locker Room.............................. 101 Cheerleaders............................................... 101 Championships are BLUE......................102-103 Winning the Right Way........................104-105 Radio/TV Spot Chart.................................... 106

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    Fans are invited to tune in and listen to all the exciting action of Buccaneer basketball throughout the 2010-11 season. Jay Sandos, the Voice of the Bucs, as well as sideline reporter John Stevens will broadcast live all ETSU basketball games this season on our fine group of affiliate stations, including: WXSM-AM (640).................... Tri-Cities WJCW-AM (910)..................... Tri-Cities WGOC-AM (1320)................Kingsports WRGS-AM (1370)................Rogersville WRGS-FM (94.7).................Rogersville WKPT-AM (1400)................. Kingsport WKPT-AM (1490).......................Bristol WKPT-AM (1590).............Johnson City WKPT-FM (94.3)................... Kingsport WKPT-FM (97.9).........................Bristol WKPT-FM (97.7)...............Johnson City ETSUBucs.com Live Web Broadcasts     If fans are not near a radio, they can listen to Buccaneer games live via the Internet by visiting www. ETSUBucs.com and clicking on the Buccaneer Sports Network logo. Fans can also watch the Bucs live this season, by clicking on ASun. TV  and ordering the site’s new video streaming service. Watch the Bucs from anywhere in the world.     In addition, fans are invited to tune in and watch “Inside Buc Sports” – ETSU’s weekly sports update show – on Charter Main Street’s TV 13, while Comcast Cable will broadcast to the remaining households in the area on its Community Channel 14. Shows air on Thursday nights at 7:30 p.m. throughout the season. Credits     The 2010-11 ETSU Basketball Media Guide is a production of the ETSU Athletic Media Relations Office; written and edited by Michael White.  Cover and interior designs by Jeanette Henry. Assistance provided by Josh Sorah, Ben Booker and Erica Nelson. Photos by ETSU University Relations photographers Larry Smith, Jim Sledge, Jim Padgett, and ASunPhotos.com.

The 2010-11 ETSU men’s basketball media guide cover highlights seniors (clockwise from top left) Mike Smith, Micah Williams, Justin Tubbs, De’Shaud Johnson, and Tommy Hubbard. This season, the Bucs are out to defend their back-to-back conference championships.

www.ETSUBucs.com ETSU’s official athletics web site, www.ETSUBucs.com, has everything you need to follow the Bucs during the 2010-11 season. Complete schedules, results and statistics, and the latest news are just one click away. Visit the newly redesigned site today and keep up with the Bucs.

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East Tennessee State University We Are Unique

• ETSU offers the world’s only master’s degree in storytelling and reading • Nation’s only university presenting a comprehensive study of bluegrass and country music courses • Features an Advanced Visualization Lab recognized around the globe while providing a look at the future of animation graphics

Academic Support • Academic Advising/Counseling • Tutoring • Career and personal counseling • Member of NCAA Life Skills Program

Students • ETSU enrolls more than 15,000 students • ETSU is the university of choice for students from more than 65 countries • ETSU is the home of over 170 campus organizations, including fraternities, sororities, governance and religious groups, honor and service societies, and academic clubs.

Faculty and Staff • over 2,000 full-time faculty and staff • approximately 75% of full-time faculty members hold a Ph.D. or terminal degree in their fields

Colleges and Schools More than 100 degree programs: • College of Arts and Sciences • College of Business and Technology • College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences • Clemmer College of Education • Honors College • Quillen College of Medicine • College of Nursing • Gatton College of Pharmacy • College of Public Health • School of Continuing Studies & Academic Outreach • School of Graduate Studies

Campus • 366 tree-shaded acres • 64 Academic and Administrative Buildings • ETSU’s James H. Quillen College of Medicine was recently recognized by U.S.News & World Report in the 2011 list of “America’s Best Graduate Schools” for ranking 20th in the nation for family medicine education.


Memorial Center

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

With the exception of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains surrounding the city, perhaps the most dominant landmark in Johnson City, Tenn., and certainly on the ETSU campus, is the ETSU/Mountain States Health Alliance Athletic Center, better known as the Mini-Dome. The Dome has been the home of Buccaneer basketball for the past 33 years. Home has definitely been sweet for ETSU since the facility was first used in 1977. The Buccaneers have won over 70 percent of their games in the Mini-Dome and have won over 76 percent of their games at home since 1988-89. The Bucs went 12-0 in Memorial Center during the 2003-04 season, 16-3 there in 2006-07, and 11-2 both in 2007-08 and 2008-09. Twice each year, the facility is transformed into a first-class indoor track facility. ETSU annually plays host to an international track meet which has ranked as one of the top indoor track meets in the country. The Mini-Dome also continues to serve as the site of the Atlantic Sun Conference Indoor Track Championship. In addition, the Dome also serves as the home of the Buccaneer tennis teams in various tournaments and dual matches during the season. The Dome offers players and spectators the comforts of 78-degree temperatures in the winter and cool 68-degree marks in the warm summer months. The climate is maintained by 1,140 tons of air conditioning, provided by the university’s chiller plant and by steam heat from the campus power plant. The facilities housed within the Mini-Dome include the main basketball floor, Gentry Field, two auxiliary basketball courts, a six-lane, 280-meter track, six racquetball/handball courts, seven tennis courts, a rifle range, two gymnasiums, a strength training facility, several locker rooms, and a physical education research laboratory. The offices for most of ETSU’s varsity sports are also housed in the Dome, as well as the athletics administration and media relations offices.

Largest Home Crowds

Attend. Opp. 12,884 UTC 12,240 N.C. St. 12,208 VMI 11,341 S. Miss. 11,189 App. St. 10,727 UTC 10,607 App. St. 10,475 App. St.

Date Res. Score 2/4/91 W 104-71 12/29/90 W 94-91 2/25/91 W 88-76 12/7/91 W 87-76 2/1/92 W 81-75 1/20/92 L 82-88 1/5/91 W 89-70 2/17/90 W 98-82

Memorial Center Quick Facts Capacity .........................................................5,740 Construction Began ....................March 1973 Completed ..................................... August 1977 Cost ..................................................... $8.3 million First Basketball Game .............Nov. 28, 1977 .......................................................... (vs. Campbell) First ETSU Victory ......................Nov. 28, 1977 .............................................(95-66, vs. Campbell)

Size ............................................................ 4.5 acres ...............................................................105 feet tall ............................................................ 420 feet long ........................................................... 400 feet wide Largest Event Attendance ................. 14,051 ..........................(NBA Exhibition, Oct. 14, 1994) ETSU Record in Mini-Dome ............ 258-105

Records Points 42, D. Childress vs. W. Carolina, 2/16/02 39, Josh Goodwin, Belmont, 12/1/05 Field Goals Made ETSU: 16, D. Childress vs. W. Carolina, 2/16/02 Opp.: 14, Adnon Hodzic, Lipscomb, 1/17/09 Field Goals Attempted ETSU: 30, Courtney Pigram vs. Mercer, 2/28/09 Opp.: 29, Kirce, UTC, 2/3/90 Rebounds ETSU: 17, Justin McClellan vs. Mar., 1/20/96 Opp.: 19, M. Williams, WCU, 2/7/93 Free Throws Made ETSU: 14, D. Childress vs. Davidson, 2/9/02 Opp.: 21, Kevin Martin, WCU, 1/17/04 Free Throws Attempted ETSU: 16, Kevin Tiggs vs. Lipscomb 1/17/09 Opp.: 26, Frankie King, WCU, 2/23/94 Free Throw Percentage ETSU: 14-14, D. Childress vs. Dav., 2/9/02 Opp.: 11-11, Leon Buchanan, Morehead State, 12/30/08 Three-Point Field Goals ETSU: 10, Courtney Pigram vs. Mercer, 2/28/09 Opp.: 11, Josh Goodwin, Belmont, 12/1/05 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted ETSU: 23, Courtney Pigram vs. Mercer, 2/28/09 Opp.: 19, Josh Goodwin, Belmont, 12/1/05 ETSU: Opp.:

Calvin Talford played during one of the most successful four-year stretches in ETSU history.

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Assists 18, by Courtney Pigram vs. Mercer, 2/24/07 12, by three players (last - Dale, Southern Mississippi, 12/7/91) Steals 8, by Travis Strong vs. Morehead State, 12/29/05 8, by Eryk Thomas vs. Jacksonville, 1/15/07 10, by Moore, Marshall, 1/29/94 Blocked Shots 6, Greg Hamlin, vs. UNF, 1/5/08 6, Brad Nuckles vs. Jacksonville, 1/15/07 6, Eryk Thomas vs. Jacksonville, 1/15/07 6, Eryk Thomas vs. Milligan, 12/9/06 6, Jerald Fields vs. UNCG, 2/12/02 7, by Calvin Henry, Mercer, 11/30/06

Note: Memorial Center opened in 1977 and records are since 1984.

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ETSU by the Numbers: • 90% Student-Athlete Graduation Rate • Spring 2009 cumulative studentathlete GPA of 3.18 (non-athletes at ETSU – GPA = 3.07) • 12 Student-Athletes – 4.0 Club • 11 teams with team GPAs 3.0 or higher • 65% of Student-Athletes Buccaneer Honor Roll (3.0 GPA or above) • 54 Student-Athletes – Dean’s List • 3 Teams had all student-athletes make the A-Sun All-Academic List

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erforming well in the classroom is an expectation of student-athletes who wear the Buccaneer uniform. Not only are time management skills and self-discipline musts, but also dedication and commitment are needed from each individual student to maintain eligibility and progress toward graduation. ETSU Athletics provides many resources to assist the student-athlete in achieving his/her academic goals and in preparing ultimately for life after college. The staff not only advises students in scheduling classes and making academic progress, but offers support in the areas of group and individual tutoring, academic mentoring, career and personal counseling and life skills programming. Student-athletes have access to a state-of-the-art computer center that features Dell flat-screen computers, wireless Internet technology and study hall facilities that are open after hours during the week and on Sundays for their use. ETSU is also an active participant in the NCAA CHAMPS program. Through this model, student-athletes are offered a wide range of seminars designed to help them adjust to college life, develop as individuals and prepare for their careers after graduation. The Humphreys Center for student-athletes is the home of our academic support services. Programming and services include: • Academic Advising • Individual and Group Tutoring • Academic Mentoring • College Adjustment courses for new student-athletes • Professional Development and Career Preparation seminars • On-site study hall facilities including a state-of-the-art computer lab • Academic workshops for student-athletes

“ETSU student-athletes consistently rank higher than the regular student body and the national averages for Division I student-athletes in terms of GPA and graduation rates. The ETSU coaching staff and entire athletic department are committed to assisting our students in achieving academic excellence and in paving the road to bright futures.” ­ — Bob Baker

ACADEMIC STAFF Not Pictured

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Kirsten Clark Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance/ Student-Athlete Welfare

Bob Baker

Director of Academic Services

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Olya Batsula

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Strength and Conditioning

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

The Center of Excellence for Sport Science and Coach Education The Center of Excellence was established July 1, 2008, and is housed in the College of Education. It incorporates three very important aspects of competitive sports: education, service, and research. The former Sport Performance Enhancement Consortium (SPEC) is now a very active branch of the Center of Excellence. The SPEC program continues to be a collaborative effort between Intercollegiate Athletics and the Sport Science Lab in the Department of Kinesiology, Leisure and Sport Sciences. Buccaneer student-athletes in collaboration with sport science, sport medicine, and the sport coach have the opportunity to have their program evaluated and monitored throughout their college career. This monitoring and evaluation process produces one of the most advanced training environments in the nation. This type of relationship is not found anywhere in the U.S. and offers a unique opportunity for the advancement of athletic performance, athlete and coach education and sport science research. The program is dedicated to meeting the following goals: 1. Providing monitoring services for the ETSU sport teams 2. Supporting and providing up-to-date information to coaches regarding coaching practices. 3. Advising on the Training Process 4. Providing an opportunity for the interaction between sport scientists, medical staff, strength and conditioning staff and the ETSU Sport Coaches.

For more information please visit www.sportsscienceed.com.

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Over the past decade one of the biggest changes in collegiate athletics has been the new attitude toward strength and conditioning. ETSU’s success on the field could not have happened without the hard work and dedication of each student-athlete in the weightroom. Under the direction of head strength coach Lee Morrow, who is currently in his 26th season at ETSU, the Buccaneers have earned eight Gatorade/National Strength Coaches Association All-American Team honors. With its recent collaboration with the Sports Performance Enhancement Consortium (SPEC) ETSU’s strength and conditioning program has focused its efforts on helping each student-athlete reach his/her greatest athletic potential, in the areas of strength, speed, agility and injury prevention. Located inside Memorial Center, the ETSU’s strength and conditioning complex features one of the finest weightrooms in the area. Overall, the Buccaneers have access to a 7,200-foot facility that features state-of-the-art equipment, including customized full power racks, Hammer-Strength machines, including bench press, incline press, military press, rowing machines, speed mats, pull-up bars in addition to an impressive array of other sports performance tools. Through the SPEC and strength and conditioning web site, ETSU student-athletes have 24-hour access to workout plans, nutrition, and other information that monitors each individual or team off-season conditioning program.

Lee Morrow

Head Strength Coach

Meg Stone

Director of the Center of Excellence for Sport Science and Coach Education

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ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF Brian Johnston

Director of Athletic Medicine

Without a doubt the most used piece of equipment in the athletic training facility is the Hydroworx polar plunge pool. It is used by all teams on a daily basis post practice and used by all injured athletes under the care of the athletic training staff. Along with the cold pool is a Hydroworx 500 therapy pool. This pool has a treadmill as part of the floor and two cameras mounted on the front and side of the pool. This gives visual feedback to the athlete and athletic trainer during treatment.

FLUROSCAN The “Mini C Arm” located in the athletic training room allows for quick and efficient exams by the team physician for those athletes that might need an x-ray.

Brett Lewis

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Andrew Swanson Graduate Assistant

Lori Hill

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Megan McCauley Graduate Assistant

Assistant Athletic Trainer

GENERAL ATHLETIC TRAINING AREA

Keith Leiting

The general athletic training area is approximately 3500 square feet and services the day-to-day practice and competition preparation for the entire athletic department. With 17 treatment tables, various modalities and a large exercise area the general athletic training area allows multiple teams to receive treatment at the same time. Attached to the general athletic training area are three private rooms. Each room is equipped with a treatment table and combination therapy unit as well as one other distinguishing characteristic. The “Normal” room is for IV therapy, the “College” room is for casting and splinting, and the “University” room is for traction.

Elizabeth Schoen

Graduate Assistant

BUCSPORTS Burena Smith

Kyle Spanik

Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant

Leanne Harkness

Nicholas Mendez

Graduate Assistant

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Kyle Utne

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The Jerry Robertson BucSports Athletic Medicine Center serves as both the health center for all Buccaneer Athletics as well as an outpatient health center for the ETSU campus and Johnson City community. Athletic trainers, physical therapists, and a primary care sports medicine physicians help to provide a comprehensive medical program to all patients. Completed in 2001, BucSports provides a variety of opportunities for physical therapy students, medical students and resident physicians interested in the field of sports medicine.

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Bucs Aiming for Repeat Performance in 2010-11

A nine-time NCAA Tournament and two-time NIT participant, the ETSU Buccaneers enter the 2010-11 season looking to continue their current streak of conference championship success and make another run at national prominence in the postseason. The Bucs only added to their rich history of success during the 2009-10 season, capturing a second straight Atlantic Sun Conference Championship and making back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament. One year ago, the program posted its fourth 20-win season in the past seven years, and did so despite having to overcome multiple challenges. The obstacles set in front of the Bucs a year ago included the tragic death of rising sophomore center Seth Coy (Washington, Ind.) in a tragic car accident in the preseason, followed

by the loss of senior 1,000-point scorer Mike Smith (Vandalia, Mo.) to injury prior to the start of conference play. Even with those issues, the Bucs methodically gelled as a unit and, despite standing at 14-14 midway through the month of February, the team rattled off six straight victories to earn yet another trip to March Madness. It was not easy however, as the team ultimately needed a 72-66 win over Mercer on the Bears’ home floor in Macon, Ga., to capture the league tournament title. The Bucs were led by a team of “role” players that included forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston), guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.), guard Micah Williams (Manchester), guard Adam Sollazzo (Tampa, Fla.), post Isiah Brown (Miami), and post J.C. Ward (Marietta). Only losing senior

Best all-around player.............Mike Smith or Tommy Hubbard Most likely to blossom ................................... Sheldon Cooley Player on the rise . ..........................................Micah Williams Most underrated .....................................................J.C. Ward Best newcomer ............. Anthony Johnson or Curtis Wilkinson 14

guard Jocolby Davis (Meridian, Miss.) off the roster from 2009-10, the Bucs will add Smith – a 1,000-point scorer and preseason all-conference pick – back to the mix after receiving a medical redshirt, and a trio of incoming recruits will also add to the talent pool. For those reasons, as the team looks to the 2010-11 season, there is certainly reason to be excited and expectations will be high once again. The road will not be easy however, as the Bucs’ schedule will once again send them on the road for much of the first two months of the season. Games at major conference powers like Kentucky, Dayton, Mississippi and Mississippi State await in November and December, as well as a trip to the Cancun Governor’s Cup during the week of Christmas. Trips to College of Charleston and Murray State – both solid mid-major programs – will also test the Bucs early on this year. ETSU will play within the friendly confines of the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center just twice (Tennessee Tech and Milligan) before its conference home opener Dec. 30 against Campbell.

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Senior Mike Smith

Senior Tommy Hubbard

While Davis started 28 of the Bucs’ 32 games at point guard a year ago, he averaged just 20.2 minutes a contest. This left plenty of minutes at that position for Sollazzo and sophomore Sheldon Cooley (Tampa) to get valuable playing time, and it was Sollazzo who saw much of the action for the Bucs late in games during the Bucs’ championship run, which included a season-ending, six-game winning streak. Though it is expected Sollazzo and Cooley will see much of the action at the point, there will truly be a log jam for playing time at the shooting guard and small forward positions. With Smith rejoining the rotation, along with the return of Williams, Tubbs, and even Cooley, there are plenty of options at the scoring guard slots. A year ago, Williams emerged as a true offensive threat, posting double figure efforts in 21 of his last 26 games, earning A-Sun Tournament MVP honors and netting a team-high 19 points against Kentucky in the NCAAs. Williams finished second on the team with 12.7 points per game, while Tubbs – who was an all-tournament selection as well – was third on the squad with 12.1 a contest. This leaves junior Jarvis Jones (Memphis), senior De’Shaud Johnson (Bristol), and true freshman Ryan Woumn (Lynn, Mass.) looking to contribute. Plans are currently for Jones to redshirt this season due to the mass of players in the scoring guard positions, while Woumn and Johnson may see some floor time because of their basketball I.Q. and ability to distribute the basketball.

Frontcourt The entire frontcourt returns this season, led by Hubbard, Brown and Ward. One year ago, Hubbard paced the team with 13.9 points and 8.2 rebounds a contest en route to A-Sun second team honors and all-tournament squad accolades. He averaged 33.5 minutes a contest and also picked up 1.7 steals per game. While those numbers make it easy to see why Hubbard will be on the

Bucs at a Glance Projected Starters: With so many returning contributors from a year ago and the return of Smith to the lineup, finding spots for the Bucs’ many talented players may be an issue for Bartow and his coaching staff ... Sollazzo looks like a logical choice at point guard but don’t count out sophomore Sheldon Cooley (Tampa, Fla.)... There is a log jam at the shooting guard and small forward slots, with Smith, Williams and Tubbs in the mix ... Hubbard and Brown return on the inside, but that does not take into account Ward, or any newcomers like Anthony Johnson (Los Angeles) or Curtis Wilkinson (Bude, Miss.). Anticipated Strengths: With a bevy of returning players and a great deal of court experience, the Bucs could have one of their most well-rounded teams in some time ... There is a great deal of offensive firepower to go along with a team that has improved its defensive numbers consistently over the last three years ... That combination could lead to a strong season both in non-conference and league action. Anticipated Weaknesses: While Smith gives the Bucs another strong scoring option, his health could still be a concern ... And if Smith is out, then the Bucs’ concerns primarily involve the offensive end, where ETSU averaged just 69.3 points per game a year ago ... The Bucs were able to negate this concern with great defensive efforts and rebounding a year ago, but the team would like to improve offensively and not have to rely so heavily on its defensive efforts. All-America Candidates: Smith is already a 1,000-point scorer and he posted a total of 10 double-doubles in 2008-09 ... He is likely the most capable of making a run at All-American, though Hubbard’s numbers were impressive a year ago. All-Conference Candidates: Smith and Hubbard are A-Sun Player of the Year candidates and should be First Team All-Conference preseason picks ... Brown, Williams, Tubbs and Sollazzo all have the potential to earn postseason conference honors with quality seasons.

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Senior Micah Williams

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floor, Brown also looked good in his sophomore season. Entering this year as a fourth-year junior, Brown comes off a season in which he average 7.8 points and 5.6 boards a contest. Meanwhile, Ward found ways to contribute as well – especially at the end of the season – and is expected to continue his development in 2010-11. But the talent does not stop with this trio. Rising sophomore Lukas Poderis (Port Richey, Fla.) averaged 9.3 minutes a game a year ago and continues to develop as a strong inside player. In addition, junior college newcomers Curtis Wilkinson (Bude, Miss.) and Anthony Johnson (Los Angeles) are expected to immediately bring some maturity, athleticism, defensive intensity and offensive firepower to the squad.

With so much skill and talent returning, finding a workable mix of playing time may be a challenge, and team chemistry remains to be seen. In addition, the early season challenges of a tough road slate and quality “major” conference opponents could test this team’s resolve. Even with those questions, there is reason for optimism and excitement for Buccaneer fans. And a third straight trip to March Madness could certainly be within reach.

Final Analysis On paper, the Bucs return a talented, experienced, and battletested group that has tasted conference championship success in each of the last two seasons. This should bode well for the group, but there are still challenges.

Clockwise from top right: Junior Isiah Brown, Junior Adam Sollazzo, Seniors Tommy Hubbard and Micah Williams, above Senior Justin Tubbs

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Players Bios

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Total gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 34-7 873/25.7 124-288 32-10 754/23.6 71-162 34-34 1188/34.9 175-387 4-1 83/20.8 13-40 104-52 2898/27.9 383-877

3-Point F-Throws Rebounds pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast .431 48-127 .378 78-98 .796 33 92 125 3.7 107 5 59 .438 16-44 .364 67-93 .720 46 103 149 4.7 93 3 43 .452 44-122 .361 127-164 .774 50 213 263 7.7 104 4 72 .325 4-17 .235 7-8 .875 4 3 7 1.8 11 0 5 .437 112-310 .361 279-363 .769 133 4 11 544 5.2 315 12 179

to 61 65 63 7 196

blk 7 16 17 0 40

Scoring stl pts avg 38 374 11.0 27 225 7.0 46 521 15.3 6 37 9.3 117 1157 11.1

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About Mike: A solid athlete with a quality work ethic who has been a major contributor for the Bucs the past four seasons... accurate shooter with a hard-nosed style of play ... participated in two sports at the prep level, earning all-state honors on the football field and basketball floor. 2009-10: Received a medical redshirt after playing in just four of the team’s 35 games due to a knee injury ... matched his season high with 14 points against UAB (12/4) ... had six points and three boards in the loss to Tennessee (12/2) ... returned from a knee injury to score 14 points in the win over North Florida (11/29), scoring his first field goal of the season on a steal and dunk ... missed the Chattanooga, Morgan State, Louisville, Charleston and Arkansas games with a knee injury, ending a string of 37 straight starts ... played sparingly in the season opener against Appalachian State (11/14), and his status for the UTC game was questionable with a left knee injury. 2008-09: Finished third on the team with 15.3 points and first with 7.7 boards a contest ... scored 521 points on the year, which ranks just outside the Top 10 scoring seasons individually in school history … earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Tournament team honors … posted 10 double-doubles on the year, including a stretch of eight double-doubles during the team’s final 14 games of the year … played 37 minutes, scoring eight points and grabbing eight boards against No. 1 seeded Pittsburgh (3/20) in the NCAA Tournament first round … eclipsed the 1,000-point mark for his career with a free throw at the 2:06 mark of the second half against USC Upstate (2/19) ... went on to post his seventh career double-double with 20 points and 11 boards against the Spartans (2/19) … collected his 10th career double-double with 22 points and 12 rebounds in the A-Sun title win over Jacksonville (3/7) ... scored 19 points and grabbed seven boards in the win over Belmont (3/6) ... posted his ninth career double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds in the win over Stetson (3/4) … matched his career high with five assists and posted his sixth career double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds in the loss to Lipscomb (2/16) ... had 20 points in the loss to Belmont (2/14) ... posted a third straight double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds in the win over FGCU (2/7) ... had his second straight double-double by posting 14 rebounds and matching his career high with 24 points on a season-best nine field goals in the win over North Florida (2/1) ... posted career bests for rebounds (18) and minutes (45), while posting a double-double with 16 points

against Jacksonville (1/30) ... scored a season-high 22 points for the second straight game, helping the Bucs to a win over Upstate (1/26) ... had a season-high 22 points in the win over Campbell (1/22) ... scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds in the win over Stetson (1/10) ... banked in the game-winning basket with 4.5 seconds left in the Bucs win over Jacksonville (1/3) ... scored a team-high 19 points and dished out a team-best four assists in the win over Kennesaw State (12/23) ... played a career-high 40 minutes and posted a season-best four assists to go with 10 points in the win over Chattanooga (12/17) ... had a career-high nine free throws and season-high three assists to go along with 15 points in the win over Appalachian State (12/13) ... scored a season-high 20 points and matched his personal best for 3-pointers with four against Mercer (12/5) ... had 16 points in the win at Marshall (12/2) ... had a career-high 11 rebounds and posted his second career double-double with 10 points against Tennessee Tech (11/24) ... collected his first career double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to Temple. 2007-08: Finished fourth on the team with 4.8 rpg ... reached double figures scoring 10 times during the season … enjoyed two of his best games of the year during the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament, scoring 10 points and grabbing four rebounds in the win over Lipscomb (3/6), and playing a season-high 32 minutes en route to scoring 13 points in the loss to Belmont (3/7) … had a strong performance against Campbell (2/25), scoring 11 points and not missing a shot on the night, as well as grabbing seven rebounds ... collected a team-high six rebounds and scored 10 points in the win over FGCU (2/8) ... netted 14 points and grabbed seven assists in a strong effort against Gardner-Webb (1/12) ... scored 10 points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out three assists in the win over Campbell (1/10) ... had a career-high three blocks and scored 13 points in the win over USC Upstate (1/5) ... returned to his freshman jersey No. 1 and rekindled his game, posting season highs for points (15), 3-pointers (3) and free throws (6) in the win over Appalachian State ... scored seven, dished out four assists and grabbed four rebounds in a solid effort against Georgia (12/21) ... had a career-high four assists in the win over Marshall (12/4) ... set a new career high with 10 rebounds in the win over UNCA (11/24) ... enjoyed his best game of the year so far at Marshall (11/20), matching career highs for rebounds (8) and steals (3), while pitching in 13 points. 2006-07: Was named to the A-Sun All-Freshman Team ... was also an All-Tournament Selection ... finished tied for second on the team with 11.0 points per contest ... netted double figures scoring in 21 games this season ... fifth in the A-Sun in free throw percentage at 80 percent ... netted nine points and grabbed seven rebounds in the loss to Clemson (3/14) in the NIT ... scored 17, 14 and 11 points, respectively, against Stetson, Lipscomb and Belmont in the A-Sun Tournament ... netted a career-high 24 points and 10 field goals in the win over Mercer (2/24) ... scored 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting against Stetson (2/22) ... matched his career

SMITH’S BESTS 2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career Points 14 twice, most recent vs. UAB (12/4/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 vs. Campbell (2/23/09) FG 5 twice, most recent vs. UAB (12/4/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 twice, most recent vs. Campbell (2/23/09) FGA 15 vs. UAB (12/4/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 vs. Campbell (2/23/09) 3FG 2 twice, most recent vs. UAB (12/4/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 times, most recent vs. FGCU (2/7/09) 3FGA 5 3 times, most recent vs. UAB (12/4/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 twice, most recent vs. Mercer (12/5/08) FT 3 vs. Appalachian State (11/14/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 vs. Appalachian State (12/13/08) FTA 4 vs. Appalachian State (11/14/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 twice, most recent vs. Stetson (2/9/09) Rebounds 3 vs. Tennessee (12/2/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 vs. Jacksonville (1/30/09) Assists 2 vs. UAB (12/4/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 twice, most recent vs. Lipscomb (2/16/09) Blocks N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 twice, most recent vs. Campbell (2/23/09) Steals 3 vs. UAB (12/4/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 twice, most recent vs. Bradley (11/29/08) Minutes 30 vs. UAB (12/4/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 vs. Jacksonville (1/30/09)

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Senior | 6-6 | 225 | Guard Guard Vandalia, Mo. | Van-Far HS high with 20 points in the loss to Jacksonville (2/8) ... picked a great time for his second career block, stopping the possible game-winning shot by Thomas Sanders as the Bucs held on for a win over Gardner-Webb (2/2) ... scored a team-high 14 points against GW ... netted 13 points and matched his career high for rebounds with eight in the win over UNF (1/13) ... scored 14 points in the win over Campbell (1/9) ... matched his career high with three steals against Gardner-Webb (1/7), including two late in the game that helped seal the ETSU win ... set career highs for free throws (7), free throws attempted (7), rebounds (8) and minutes (39) in the dramatic win over Lipscomb (1/4), scoring a team-high 17 points ... had then career highs for free throws (5), free throws attempted (6) and assists (5) in the loss to Tennessee (12/30), scoring 11 points ... posted a career high for rebounds with seven and matched career highs for minutes (32) and 3-point field goals (4), scoring a team-high 16 points in the win over Radford (12/21) ... set new career highs for points (20), field goals (7), 3-point goals (4) and rebounds (6) in the win over Milligan (12/9) ... one of only two Bucs to score in double figures against Vanderbilt (12/5), posting 10 points ... had a career-high four assists in the win over Stetson (12/2) ... reached his previous career high with 13 points and set a new career high with six field goals in the win over Mercer (11/30), scoring four points in the final two minutes to give the Bucs the win ... matched his career high for field goals (4) and assists (2), and scored eight points in the win over Southern (11/25) at the South Padre Island Invitational ... scored double figures in four of his first five collegiate games ... had a career-high 13 points and 32 minutes of floor time in the loss to Auburn (11/19) ... posted new career highs for minutes (29) and rebounds (3), and matched previous marks for 3-point field goals attempted (5) and free throws attempted (4) in the win over Chattanooga (11/15) ... made his collegiate debut against UVa.-Wise (11/10), earning a spot in the starting lineup and scoring 11 points in 18 minutes of action. High school: Ranks as one of Missouri’s most prolific scorers ever, netting a total of 2,627 points in his career and ranking 14th all-time in MSHSAA history … his career stats also include 1,508 rebounds (4th all-time), 588 assists (11th all-time) and 427 steals (2nd all-time), and he helped his high school to four straight district titles, three sectional appearances and one state championship … in his four-year career, Van-Far enjoyed four 20-win seasons for an overall 94-25 record … as a senior, Smith scored 777 points (26.8 ppg), grabbed 414 rebounds (14.2 rpg), dished out 163 assists (5.6 apg) and collected 100 steals (3.45 spg) … he earned all-state honors in 2004, 2005 and 2006, and was one of three finalists for Mr. Show Me Basketball. Personal: Majoring in Business … son of Dale and Kelly Smith … born July 17, 1987.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 Career Numbers Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 2009-10 35-34 949/27.1 140-344 TOTAL 35-34 949/27.1 140-344

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3-Point pct fg-fga pct .407 75-231 .325 .407 75-231 .325

F-Throws ft-fta pct 69-97 .711 69-97 .711

Rebounds off def tot avg pf fo ast 55 79 134 3.8 78 0 20 55 79 134 3.8 78 0 20

Scoring to blk stl pts avg 54 4 37 424 12.1 54 4 37 424 12.1

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About Justin: Arguably the best pure athlete in the Atlantic Sun Conference … possesses amazing leaping ability … a lockdown defender with the ability to score … can shoot from beyond the arc even under defensive pressure. 2009-10: Currently third on the team in scoring with 12.1 points per game ... was an A-Sun All-Tournament Team selection, scoring a game-high 18 points in the win over Mercer (3/6) in the tournament title game ... scored 15 points and grabbed five boards in the loss to Kentucky (3/18) ... netted a gamehigh 13 points in the win over USC Upstate (2/21) ... netted a game-high 23 points and matched his career best with five 3-pointers and nine rebounds in the win over Kennesaw State (2/12) ... had 16 points in the loss to Lipscomb (1/30) .. .scored 18 points in back-to-back games against Belmont (1/23) and Campbell (1/27) ... scored 13 points in the win over Lipscomb (1/21) ... had 15 points in the win over FGCU (1/16) ... netted 12 points in both losses to Mercer (1/9) and Stetson (1/14) ... scored 16 points in the win over Jacksonville (12/21) ... left the Murray State (12/12) game early with a broken nose, but played at Morehead State ... scored 16 points in 37 minutes of action against North Georgia (12/10) ... posted a

Senior | 6-3 | 205 | Guard Birmingham, Ala. | University of Alabama

game-high 22 points in the loss to Tennessee (12/2) ... had a career-high three assists in the win over UNF (11/29) ... posted a careerhigh nine rebounds and two assists, and pitched in 21 points as the Bucs defeated Arkansas (11/27) ... had his best game as a Buc against Charleston (11/25), scoring a game- and career-high 29 points and setting personal bests for field goals (10), free throws (6) and minutes played (38) ... set then career bests for points (18), field goals (6), 3-pointers (5), rebounds (7) and minutes played (37) in the loss to No. 20 Louisville (11/21) ... scored 16 points in the loss to Morgan State (11/19), his second time in double figures in three games ... had seven points in the loss to Chattanooga (11/17) ... made quite an impression in his ETSU debut, scoirng 11 points off the bench and swiping a game-high four steals in the win over Appy State (11/14). Prior to ETSU: An Academic

TUBBS’ BESTS Points FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career 29 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09) 10 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09) 18 twice, most recent vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10) . . . . . . 18 twice, most recent vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10) 5 3 times, most recent vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10). . . . . .5 3 times, most recent vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10) 13 vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10) 6 3 times, most recent vs. USC Upstate (2/21/10). . . . . . . . . 6 3 times, most recent vs. USC Upstate (2/21/10) 8 twice, most recent vs. Tennessee (12/2/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 twice, most recent vs. Tennessee (12/2/09) 9 twice, most recent vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10). . . . . . . 9 twice, most recent vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10) 3 vs. North Florida (11/29/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. North Florida (11/29/09) 1 twice, most recent vs. Campbell (1/27/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 twice, most recent vs. Campbell (1/27/10) 4 vs. Appalachian State (11/14/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Appalachian State (11/14/09) 38 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09)

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All-SEC selection in 2007-08, Tubbs averaged 3.1 points and 1.2 rebounds a game for Alabama in 2007-08 … he played in 19 games and averaged 7.3 minutes a contest for the Crimson Tide, earning the team’s 2007 “Hustle Award” for daily effort … he played in 28 of 32 games as a freshman, averaging 9.6 minutes and 3.2 points a game … he scored a career-best 13 points against Alabama State by going 5-of-5 from the field, including a 3-of-3 clip from 3-point range … other highlights of his first season in Tuscaloosa included a four-steal effort against Arkansas. High school: Averaged more than 16 points and four rebounds during both his junior and senior campaigns, shooting better than 78 percent from the foul line and 45 percent from 3-point range. Personal: Majoring in Accounting … son of Terry Parker and Sharon Tubbs … born Nov. 19, 1987.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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Sheldon Cooley

Career Numbers Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 2009-10 35-2 618/17.7 83-214 TOTAL 35-2 618/17.7 83-214

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3-Point pct fg-fga pct .388 9-34 .265 .388 9-34 .265

F-Throws ft-fta pct 59-83 .711 59-83 .711

Rebounds off def tot avg pf fo ast 20 70 90 2.6 48 0 64 20 70 90 2.6 48 0 64

Scoring to blk stl pts avg 53 0 31 234 6.7 53 0 31 234 6.7

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About Sheldon: A high-energy player with the ability to help out on the boards from his guard position … a versatile player on both ends of the floor, brings a wealth of athletic ability to the roster and continues the Bucs’ pipeline to the Tampa area … can score the basket, and played for a highly successful prep team. 2009-10: Had 11 points in the A-Sun semifinal win over Kennesaw State (3/5) ... came off the bench to score nine points, grab four boards and grab two steals in the win over Jacksonville (2/27) ... scored a team-high 14 points coming off the bench to play the point in the win over UNF ... posted those 14 points in just 18 minutes of action ... had game-high 13 points and grabbed three steals in the win over USC Upstate (2/21) ... matched his career high with six assists against Campbell (2/19), while adding a 10-point scoring effort ... had a career-best four steals in the loss to Belmont (2/1) ... played by far his best game as a Buc against Mercer (1/9), setting personal bests for points (29), field goals (11), free throws (6), rebounds (7), steals (3) and minutes (31) ... dished out a seasonhigh six assists in the win over Kennesaw

State (1/7) ... posted 10 points and two assists in the loss to Tennessee (12/2) ... had a career-best three steals and scored nine points in the win over UNF (11/29) ... scored eight points and dished out three assists in the win over Arkansas (11/27) ... had a career-best five assists and and five rebounds in the loss to Louisville (11/21) ... played a career-best 26 minutes and scored nine points in the loss to UTC (11/17) ... was impressive in his first ETSU game, scoring 11 points off the bench on 4-of-8 shooting in 20 minutes of play against Appy State (11/14). High School: Averaged 22.1 points, 8.7 rebounds and 5.1 steals a game during his

COOLEY’S BESTS 2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career Points 29 vs. Mercer (1/9/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 vs. Mercer (1/9/10) FG 11 vs. Mercer (1/9/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 vs. Mercer (1/9/10) FGA 22 vs. Mercer (1/9/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 vs. Mercer (1/9/10) 3FG 1 7 times, most recent vs. Belmont (2/1/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 7 times, most recent vs. Belmont (2/1/10) 3FGA 4 vs. Chattanooga (11/17/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Chattanooga (11/17/09) FT 7 vs. Stetson (1/14/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 vs. Stetson (1/14/10) FTA 9 vs. Stetson (1/14/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 vs. Stetson (1/14/10) Rebounds 7 vs. Mercer (1/9/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 vs. Mercer (1/9/10) Assists 6 3 times, most recent vs. Campbell (2/19/10) . . . . . . . . . . . 6 3 times, most recent vs. Campbell (2/19/10) Blocks N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A Steals 4 vs. Belmont (2/1/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Belmont (2/1/10) Minutes 32 vs. Stetson (1/14/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 vs. Stetson (1/14/10)

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Sophomore | 6-3 | 180 | Guard Tampa, Fla. | Plant HS junior season, and followed that up with 20 points, 8.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 4.0 steals a game as a senior at Plant High School and was a four-year letterwinner on the Panther squad … finished as his high school’s all-time leading scorer with 2,076 points for his career … was the Western Conference Player of the Year in 2007-08, a first team All-Suncoast and All-Tribune pick, and a third team All-State Class 5A selection as a junior … along with multiple other player of the year and all-star selections. Personal: Major is Sports Management … son of Sheldred and Patrishia Cooley … born Dec. 7, 1989.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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DE’ SHAUD JOHNSON

Career Numbers Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 2009-10 13-0 64/4.9 6-10 TOTAL 13-0 64/4.9 6-10

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3-Point pct fg-fga pct .600 1-2 .500 .600 1-2 .500

F-Throws Rebounds ft-fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast 2-2 1.000 1 2 3 0.2 10 0 5 2-2 1.000 1 2 3 0.2 10 0 5

Scoring to blk stl pts avg 4 0 2 15 1.2 4 0 2 15 1.2

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About De’Shaud: A tough, heady point guard with a willingness to play physically on the perimeter … earned his spot on the roster as a walkon after spending two seasons at King College … was a valuable contributor to the Bucs a year ago in practice.2009-10: Had a field goal in the loss to Kentucky (3/18) ... scored two points and gave the Bucs a lift off the bench late in the first half during the win over FGCU (2/4) ...

played a career-high 11 minutes against Belmont (1/23), scoring two points ... had a critical 3-pointer and played a solid four minutes helping the Bucs rally against Mercer (1/9) ... scored his first two points at ETSU, playing a career-high eight minutes against Morgan State (11/19) ... played in his first collegiate game against Appy State (11/14), getting two minutes of floor time. Prior to ETSU: Played two seasons at King College, earning MVP honors at the Appalachian Athletic Conference Tournament … averaged 12 points, three steals and five assists for the Tornado as a sophomore. High School: Helped guide Tennessee High School to the state tournament and holds career records in steals and assists for the Vikings … scored

JOHNSON’S BESTS 2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career Points 3 vs. Mercer (1/9/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. Mercer (1/9/10) FG 1 5 times, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) . . . . . . . . . . . 1 5 times, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) FGA 2 vs. Mercer (1/9/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 vs. Mercer (1/9/10) 3FG 1 vs. Mercer (1/9/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 vs. Mercer (1/9/10) 3FGA 1 vs. Mercer (1/9/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 vs. Mercer (1/9/10) FT 2 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) FTA 2 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) Rebounds 1 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) Assists 2 twice, most recent vs. Campbell (2/19/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 twice, most recent vs. Campbell (2/19/10) Blocks N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A Steals 1 twice, most recent vs. FGCU (1/16/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 twice, most recent vs. FGCU (1/16/10) Minutes 11 vs. Belmont (1/23/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 vs. Belmont (1/23/10

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Senior | 5-9 | 165 | Guard Riverdale, Ga. | King College over 1,500 points during his prep career, averaging 18 points, four steals and six assists as a senior. Personal: Majoring in Finance … son of Tracy Shelley and Tara Johnson … born Sept. 19, 1987.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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Y M M TO D R A B HU B

Career Numbers Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 2007-08 24-3 117/4.9 7-16 2008-09 15-3 265/17.7 17-42 2009-10 35-35 1172/33.5 182-408 TOTAL 74-41 1554/21.0 206-466

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3-Point F-Throws Rebounds pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast .438 0-2 .000 1-10 .100 11 17 28 1.2 21 0 6 .405 0-1 .000 26-31 .839 32 40 72 4.8 43 2 6 .446 13-47 .277 109-152 .717 98 188 286 8.2 123 5 42 .442 13-50 .260 136-193 .705 141 245 386 5.2 187 7 54

to 11 7 81 99

blk 1 2 14 17

Scoring stl pts avg 7 15 0.6 6 60 4.0 58 486 13.9 71 561 7.6

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About Tommy: A two-sport star in both football and basketball during his high school career … known for his defensive prowess, athleticism … highly recruited in both football and basketball … played running back and outside linebacker. 2009-10: Led the team in scoring with 13.9 ppg and rebounding with 8.2 rpg ... was an All A-Sun second team pick and garnered All Tournament honors as well, pitching in a 14-point effort and playing all 40 minutes in the title game victory over Mercer (3/6) ... scored five points, snatched seven boards and grabbed four steals in the loss to Kentucky (3/18) ... had 18 points for the second straight game as the Bucs won their A-Sun semifinal against Kennesaw State (3/5) ... scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the win over Campbell (3/4) in the A-Sun quarterfinals ... has 13 double-doubles on the year, with his most recent coming with 24 points and 12 rebounds in the loss to Mercer (2/14) ... had 10 points in the victory over Jacksonville (2/27) ... in the win at Stetson (2/6), he scored 14 points and grabbed 10 boards ... posted his 11th double-double of the season with 16 points and 12 rebounds in the loss to Belmont (2/1) ... played a career-high 42 minutes and posted his 10th doubledouble of the season with 22 points and 13 rebounds against Lipscomb (1/30) ... matched his career high with 38 minutes of playing time, posting his ninth double-double of the year-15 points and 10 rebounds against Campbell (1/27) ... scored 13 points in the loss to Belmont (1/23) ... had 10 points and eight boards in the win at Lipscomb (1/21) ... scored a game-high 21 points, had a team-high nine rebounds, and picked up a season-best three assists in the win over FGCU (1/16) ... was named A-Sun Player of the Week (for 11/29), after a fantastic three-game stretch ... had a career-high 14 rebounds on the way to his eighth double-double of the year with 20 points against Kennesaw State (1/7)

... scored a game-high 21 points in 37 minutes against USC Upstate (1/4) ... posted his seventh double-double of the season with 15 points and 10 boards against Jacksonville (12/21) ... had 14 points in the loss to Morehead State (12/18) ... posted his sixth doubledouble of the year with 14 points and 11 rebounds, and had a career-high two blocks in the win over North Georgia (12/10) ... had 11 points, two assists and two steals in the loss to Tennessee (12/2) ... matched his career high with 13 boards and had a game-high 25 points in the win over North Florida (11/29) ... posted his fourth double-double in five games with a career-best 32 points and 10-rebound effort in the win over Arkansas ... he also played a career-high 38 minutes in that win over the Hogs ... had his third double-double in four games with 13 points and 11 rebounds in the win over Charleston (11/25) ... posted a career-high four steals, while scoring nine points and grabbing nine rebounds in the loss to Louisville (11/21) ... had his second straight double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds in the loss to Morgan State (11/19), posting a career-high with seven free throws ... played what was at the time the best game of his career against UTC (11/17), picking up his first career double-double and setting career marks for points (26), field goals (9), 3-pointers (4), rebounds (13), blocks (1), steals (2) and minutes played (36) ... started against Appy State (11/14), with seven rebounds. 2008-09: Returned from injury and sacrificed a redshirt season to come back and give the Bucs a major lift off the bench, especially on the defensive end of the floor and in the paint … was named a top defender by CollegeInsider. com … had seven rebounds in 22 minutes against Pittsburgh (3/20) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … was a defensive stalwart in the Bucs’ three wins in the A-Sun Tournament ... scored six points and grabbed seven boards in the win over Jacksonville (3/7) ... scored a career-high 11 points on four field

Hubbard’s Bests Points FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career 32 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09) 11 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09) 21 vs. North Florida (11/29/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 vs. North Florida (11/29/09) 4 vs. Chattanooga (11/17/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Chattanooga (11/17/09) 5 vs. Chattanooga (11/17/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 vs. Chattanooga (11/17/09) 9 twice, most recent vs. FGCU (1/16/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 twice, most recent vs. FGCU (1/16/10) 12 twice, most recent vs. Arkansas (11/27/09). . . . . . . . . . . 12 twice, most recent vs. Arkansas (11/27/09) 14 vs. Kennesaw State (1/7/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 vs. Kennesaw State (1/7/10) 3 3 times, most recent vs. Campbell (2/19/10). . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 times, recent vs. Campbell (2/19/10) 2 3 times, most recent vs. Mercer (3/6/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 3 times, most recent vs. Mercer (3/6/10) 4 4 times, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 times, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) 42 vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10)

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Senior | 6-4 | 205 | Forward Boston, Mass. | St. Mark’s School goals and played a personal best 30 minutes (3/7) in the win over Belmont (3/6) ... grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds and scored six points in the win over Stetson (3/4) ... had eight points and six rebounds in the loss to Campbell (2/23) ... scored four points and grabbed five rebounds against USC Upstate (2/19) ... had missed the last several games with multiple injuries, but returned to grab six rebounds and set career marks with 8-for-8 showing at the foul line in the loss to Lipscomb (2/16) ... came back from some injury issues to grab five boards and score a bucket in 15 minutes against Appalachian State (12/13) ... had a career high eight points and set career marks for free throws (2) and field goals (3) in the loss to Bradley (11/29) ... returned to action in the Tennessee Tech game after missing the previous three games with a toe injury ... started in the post for the Bucs in the opener against Temple (11/14) ... had career highs for blocks (8), assists (3) and minutes (24) against the Owls. 2007-08: Set career marks in nearly every statistical category against USC Upstate (3/1), scoring six points and grabbing six rebounds in the win ... scored a then career-high three points in the loss to Belmont (2/14) ... made his third straight career start against Oklahoma State (12/8) ... made his first start as a Buccaneer against Tennessee Wesleyan (12/1), collecting a career-high four rebounds and playing 17 minutes ... made his collegiate debut in the Dayton (11/10) game. High School: Averaged 15.7 points, 7.8 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 2.1 steals during his final season at St. Mark’s School in Southborough, Mass. … helped lead his team to a 27-0 record, winning both the ISL and the NESPCA championships … the ISL Defensive Player of the Year and the MVP of the state tournament, he played summer league basketball for Boston’s prestigious BABC team. Personal: Major is Marketing ... son of John Favors and Christina Thompson … born Sept. 22, 1987.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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jones

Career Numbers Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 2008-09 33-0 349/10.6 41-115 2009-10 26-0 305/11.7 39-121 TOTAL 59-0 654/11.1 80-236

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pct .357 .322 .339

3-Point fg-fga pct 19-63 .302 20-69 .290 39-132 .295

F-Throws ft-fta pct 8-10 .800 4-7 .571 12-17 .706

Rebounds off def tot avg pf fo ast 8 22 30 0.9 23 0 8 8 20 28 1.1 22 0 7 16 42 58 1.0 45 0 15

to 14 12 26

blk 1 1 2

Scoring stl pts avg 16 109 3.3 9 102 3.9 25 211 3.6

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About Jarvis: A pure shooter and a player that can simply score the basketball … quick feet with good size for a shooting guard … expected to provide an outside scoring threat … continues a pipeline of talented players coming to Johnson City from Memphis. 2009-10: Scored eight points and played a career-high 25 minutes in the loss to Belmont (1/23) ... played the best game of his career, scoring a personalbest 17 points, including the game-winning 3-pointer with .4 seconds left in the win over Lipscomb (1/21) ... had his second straight quality outing, matching his career high with 14 points on a personal-best six field goals in the win over Jacksonville (12/21) ... put together the best game of his career with personal bests for points (14), field goals (4), 3-pointers (4) and steals (4) in 21 minutes against Morehead State (12/18) ... missed the season’s first four games with a knee injury. 2008-09: Averaged 10.6 minutes and 3.3 points per game as a true freshman … matched his career high with 13 points on 4-of-6 shooting -- including a 2-of-3

clip from 3-point range -- in the win over Kennesaw State (2/26) ... had eight points on 4-of-9 shooting against North Florida (2/1) ... played a career-high 25 minutes and scored eight points in the win over UNF (2/1) ... scored seven points and grabbed a careerhigh two steals in the win over Campbell (1/22) ... sank a game-changing 3-pointer in overtime of the Lipscomb win (1/17) ... had a career-high 13 points and matched his career best with three 3-pointers in the loss to FGCU (1/12) ... posted a career best with three 3-pointers in the win over Marshall (12/2) ... scored six points and picked up his first-ever steal and assist in the

Jones’ Bests Points FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career 17 vs. Lipscomb (1/21/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 vs. Lipscomb (1/21/10) 7 vs. Lipscomb (1/21/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 vs. Lipscomb (1/21/10) 13 vs. Lipscomb (1/21/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 vs. Lipscomb (1/21/10) 4 vs. Morehead State (12/18/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Morehead State (12/18/09) 7 vs. Morehead State (12/18/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 vs. Morehead State (12/18/09) 2 vs. FGCU (1/16/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. Kennesaw State (2/26/09) 3 vs. FGCU (1/16/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 twice, most recent vs. FGCU (1/16/10) 3 twice, most recent vs. Mercer (1/9/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 vs. Wingate (11/20/08) 1 3 times, most recent vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) . . . . . 2 vs. Wingate (11/20/08) 1 vs. Kennesaw State (1/7/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 twice, most recent vs. Kennesaw State (1/7/10) 4 vs. Morehead State (12/18/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Morehead State (12/18/09) 25 vs. Belmont (1/23/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 twice, most recent vs. Belmont (1/23/10)

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Junior | 6-2 | 190 | Guard Memphis | Mitchell HS win over SIU Edwardsville (11/15) ... had a strong collegiate debut, scoring 12 points on 4-of-8 shooting against Temple (11/14) in 22 minutes of action. High School: A star at Mitchell High in Memphis, he led his prep team to 58 wins during his sophomore and junior seasons and posted a 50-point game during that time … a four-year starter, he averaged 17.5 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game … his school won back-to-back district, regional and sub-state championships, and finished as a state runner-up twice. Personal: Major is Sports Management ... son of Charles and Ctrenia Jones … born Jan. 15, 1990.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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30 NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

s am i l l i Micah W

Career Numbers Total 2007-08 27-0 245/9.1 35-85 2008-09 33-1 456/13.8 50-124 2009-10 35-28 936/26.7 148-314 TOTAL 95-29 1637/17.2 233-523

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.412 .403 .471 .446

3-Point F-Throws 12-40 .300 14-19 .737 17-56 .304 29-41 .707 41-117 .350 106-147 .721 70-213 .329 149-207 .720

Rebounds 18 28 46 1.7 19 0 23 44 67 2.0 30 0 37 80 117 3.3 71 2 78 152 230 2.4 120 2

13 9 33 55

14 4 18 5 11 68 15 100 24

Scoring 14 96 3.6 146 4.4 27 443 12.7 52 685 7.2

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About Micah: Another in-state recruit that brings a wealth of athleticism to the floor ... a well-rounded player on the Bucs’ roster who possesses the ability to score, rebound, block shots and pick up steals. 2009-10: Finished second on the team in scoring with 12.7 points per game ... scored in double figures in 21 of his last 26 games ... was selected the A-Sun Tournament MVP, averaging 21.7 points per game in the event, netting 13 points and grabbing nine boards in the title game win over Mercer (3/6) ... had a team-best 19 points and grabbed five boards in the loss to Kentucky (3/18) in the NCAAs ... scored 20 in the A-Sun semifinal win over Kennesaw State (3/5) ... had the best game of his career in the A-Sun quarterfinals against Campbell, posting personal bests for points (32), field goals (9), 3-pointers (4) and made free throws (10) ... had a team-high 15 points in the win over Jacksonville (2/27) ... scored a team-best 14 points in the loss to Campbell (2/19) ... had 13 points in the win over Kennesaw State (2/12) ... matched his career high with 22 points, while adding seven rebounds in the win over Stetson (2/6) ... had 13 points and four assists in the loss to Lipscomb (1/30) ... posted a career-high six assists and scored 11 points in the win over Campbell (1/27) ... had a team-high 21 points in the loss to Belmont (1/23) ... scored a game-high 18 points, posting personal bests for assists (3) and minutes (38) in the win over Lipscomb (1/21) ... had a career-high three steals and scored 18 points in the loss to Mercer (1/9) ... had 12 points in the win at USC Upstate (1/4) ... posted double figure scoring for the third time in four games, with a team-high 17 points with a personal-best four 3-pointers in the game ... had a career-high 22 points en route to his first-ever double-double with 10 rebounds in the win over North Georgia (12/10) ... scored 12

points in the win over UNF (11/29) ... had the best game of his ETSU career in the win over Arkansas, eclipsing or tying career marks for points (18), free throws (7), assists (2), blocks (2) and minutes played (32) ... played a career-high 29 minutes against Louisville (11/21), posting a season-best 12 points and picking up a block ... scored eight points for the second straight game with a pair of 3-pointers in the loss to UTC (11/17) ... had eight points and four rebounds in the win over Appy State (11/14). 2008-09: Averaged 14 minutes a game, scoring 4.4 points per contest … scored a career-high 16 points in the Bucs championship win over Jacksonville (3/7) in the A-Sun Tournament ... matched his career high with six rebounds against FGCU (2/7) ... set a career high with four 3-pointers and scored 14 points in the loss to Jacksonville (1/30) ... was a key contributor in the win over Belmont (1/19), scoring 11 points and grabbing six rebounds ... had a career night against North Florida (1/5), posting personal bests for points (15), field goals (5) and 3-pointers (3) ... scored seven points and grabbed three rebounds in the win over Chattanooga (12/17) ... had one of his best career games, scoring 13 points on 5-of-8 from the field, including two 3-pointers and five rebounds in the win at Mercer (12/5) ... matched his season high for rebounds with three against Marshall (12/2) ... had season bests for points (8), field goals (3), and 3-pointers (3), and a career-high 28 minutes of play in the loss to Bradley (11/29) ... posted season bests for points (8) and free throws (3), along with a career high for blocks (2) in the win over Wingate (11/20) ... had six points and a season-high three rebounds in the loss to Hofstra (11/16). 2007-08: Matched his career high for 3-pointers with a pair in the win over Tennessee Tech (2/23) ... really stepped up his game against Lipscomb (2/16), setting or matching career highs for points (14), field goals (5), field

Williams’ Bests Points FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career 32 vs. Campbell (3/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 vs. Campbell (3/4/10) 9 vs. Campbell (3/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 vs. Campbell (3/4/10) 15 vs. Louisville (11/21/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 vs. Louisville (11/21/09) 4 3 times, most recent vs. Campbell (3/4/10). . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3 times, most recent vs. Campbell (3/4/10) 6 4 times, most recent vs. Campbell (3/4/10). . . . . . . . . . . . 6 4 times, most recent vs. Campbell (3/4/10) 10 vs. Campbell (3/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 vs. Campbell (3/4/10) 11 vs. Belmont (1/23/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 vs. Belmont (1/23/10) 10 vs. North Georgia (12/10/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 vs. North Georgia (12/10/09) 6 vs. Campbell (1/27/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 vs. Campbell (1/27/10) 2 3 times, most recent vs. Murray State (12/12/09) . . . . . . . 2 3 times, most recent vs. Murray State (12/12/09) 3 twice, most recent vs. Stetson (2/6/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 twice, most recent vs. Stetson (2/6/10) 39 vs. Lipscomb (1/21/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 vs. Lipscomb (1/21/10)

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SEnior | 6-4 | 220 | Guard Manchester | Coffee Co. HS goals attempted (8), 3-pointers (2) and rebounds (6) ... played a career-high 18 minutes and scored eight points in the win over UNF (1/27) ... stepped up his game and showed great improvement against Lipscomb, setting career marks for 3-point field goals (2) and rebounds (5), while matching his career best for field goals (4), scoring 10 points ... played the best game of his young ETSU career, posting then career bests in most every statistical category against Tennessee Wesleyan (12/1), scoring 12 points in 17 minutes of play ... made his collegiate debut against Dayton (11/10). 2006-07: Redshirted. High School: Finished his prep career averaging 17.0 points, 8.8 rebounds and 2.2 steals a game … led his team in points, rebounds, steals and blocks as a sophomore, junior and senior … finished with 1,698 points, 898 rebounds and 227 steals in his career … an alldistrict, all-region and honorable mention all-state selection … he averaged 19.0 points, 10.4 rebounds, four assists and two steals as a junior … earned honors as the MVP of his Coffee County High School team three straight years. Personal: Majoring in Sports Management … son of Ralph and Wysteria Williams … born Feb. 24, 1988.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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Lukas Poderis

Career Numbers Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 2009-10 30-3 279/9.3 27-59 TOTAL 30-3 279/9.3 27-59

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3-Point pct fg-fga pct .458 1-5 .200 .458 1-5 .200

F-Throws ft-fta pct 24-39 .615 24-39 .615

Rebounds off def tot avg pf fo ast 27 32 59 2.0 53 2 4 27 32 59 2.0 53 2 4

Scoring to blk stl pts avg 15 13 5 79 2.6 15 13 5 79 2.6

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About Poderis: Talented post player with the ability to score with his back to the basket ... quality size and has the potential to be a solid post defender … can also face up to the basket and score in a multitude of ways. 2009-10: Had his best offensive game at ETSU, scoring 14 points and hitting the game-winning free throw with 14 seconds left against USC Upstate (1/4) ... posted career bests for points (6), free throws (4), rebounds (7), assists (1) and blocks (2) in the win over Jacksonville (12/21) ... played then the best game of his young career against Louisville (11/21), with a personal-best six points and five rebounds in a season high of 18 minutes of playing time ... had a career-best two blocks and grabbed three boards in 16 mintues of action against UTC (11/17) ... made his ETSU debut and played 16 minutes against Appy State (11/14), grabbing three rebounds. High school: Originally from Lithuania, but played at Ridgewood High School in Port

Sophomore | 6-8 | 230 | Forward Tampa, Fla. | Ridgewood HS

Richey, Fla., the same school that produced former ETSU standout Andrew Reed … Poderis guided his high school to four straight 20-wins seasons, and as a junior he averaged 18.3 points and 10.0 rebounds per game, while shooting 67 percent from the field and 44 percent from 3-point range … averaged 19 points and 10 boards a game as a senior … scored over 1,500 points during

PODERIS’ BESTS Points FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career 14 vs. USC Upstate (1/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 vs. USC Upstate (1/4/10) 3 3 times, most recent vs. Mercer (1/9/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 3 times, most recent vs. Mercer (1/9/10) 8 vs. Louisville (11/21/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 vs. Louisville (11/21/09) 1 vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10) 1 3 times, most recent vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10). . . . . . . . . . . 1 3 times, most recent vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10) 8 vs. USC Upstate (1/4/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 vs. USC Upstate (1/4/10) 10 vs. USC Upstate (1/4/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 vs. USC Upstate (1/4/10) 7 vs. Jacksonville (12/21/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 vs. Jacksonville (12/21/09) 1 twice, most recent vs. Jacksonville (12/21/09). . . . . . . . . . 1 twice, most recent vs. Jacksonville (12/21/09) 3 vs. USC Upstate (1/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. USC Upstate (1/4/10) 1 4 times, most recent vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) . . . . . 1 4 times, most recent vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) 23 vs. Stetson (1/14/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 vs. Stetson (1/14/10)

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his prep career, finishing as the school’s second leading scorer all-time … was the Sunshine Athletic Conference Player of the Year his final two seasons, and a second team All-State pick as a senior. Personal: Majoring in Business … son of Albertas Poderis and Daina Poderiene … born Sept. 17, 1990.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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Isiah Brown

Career Numbers Season 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

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Total gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 34-22 634/18.6 71-105 34-33 867/25.5 99-186 68-55 1501/22.1 170-291

3-Point F-Throws Rebounds pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast .676 0-0 .000 19-47 .404 73 85 158 4.6 91 3 14 .532 0-0 .000 68-127 .535 70 122 192 5.6 90 5 37 .584 0-0 .000 87-174 .500 143 207 350 5.1 181 8 51

to 39 57 96

blk 21 49 70

Scoring stl pts avg 12 161 4.7 28 266 7.8 40 427 6.3

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About Isiah: A bouncy inside player with great court awareness and scoring ability … likened to former Buccaneer senior Andrew Reed … plays the piano and is an avid chess player. 2009-10: Netted 11 points, grabbed six boards and collected two steals in the NCAA loss to Kentucky (3/18) ... scored 12 points and grabbed five boards in the title game win over Mercer (3/6) ... had his fourth double-double of the year with 15 points and 12 boards in the win over JU (2/27), which included a career-high seven made free throws ... had 10 points and eight rebounds in loss to Mercer (2/14) ... posted what was his fourth career double-double and played arguably his best collegiate game, smashing personal bests for rebounds (15), assists (4) and steals (4), while also scoring 14 points in the win over Kennesaw State (2/12) ... matched season highs for field goals and field goals attempted, scoring 14 points and grabbing seven boards in the win over Stetson (2/6) ... reached his season high with 17 points and grabbed a game-high seven boards in the win over FGCU (2/4) ... had a season-high 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the loss to Belmont (2/1) ... posted his second double-double of the year with 16 points and 10 rebounds, playing a career-high 41 minutes in the loss to Lipscomb (1/30) ... set a career high with three assists and matched his personal best with two steals, scoring 12 points and eight rebounds in the win over Campbell (1/27) ... had his second career double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds in the win over Lipscomb (1/21) ... left the Kennesaw State (1/7) game early with a right ankle injury and missed the next game at Mercer (1/9), but returned to play against Florida Gulf Coast (1/16) ... posted four blocks, scored six

points and grabbed six rebounds in the win at USC Upstate (1/4) ... had a season-high 10 boards and scored eight points in the loss to UAB (12/4) ... grabbed a team-high seven boards and scored four points in the loss to Tennessee (12/2) ... had a strong game against UTC, scoring a season-best 13 points and setting career marks for free throws (3), blocks (5) and steals (2) ... played 29 minutes, scoring four points and grabbing six boards in the win over Appy State (11/14). 2008-09: Averaged 19 minutes a game as a freshman, averaging 4.7 points and 4.6 rebounds a game … played 17 minutes, scoring eight points and grabbing seven boards against Pittsburgh (3/20) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … scored nine points and grabbed five boards in the A-Sun title win over Jacksonville (3/7) ... posted a game-high 11 rebounds and scored nine points in the win over Mercer (2/28) ... had 11 points and nine rebounds in a solid game against FGCU (2/7) ... matched his career high with three blocks, while scoring seven points and grabbing five rebounds against FGCU (1/12) ... had his first career double-double with 10 points and a career-high 12 rebounds in the win over Stetson (1/10) ... posted a career-high 11 rebounds and scored eight points in

Brown’s Bests 2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career Points 17 twice, most recent vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10). . . . . . 18 vs. Kennesaw State (12/23/08) FG 7 3 times, most recent vs. Stetson (2/6/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 vs. Kennesaw State (12/23/08) FGA 14 vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10) 3FG N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A 3FGA N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A FT 7 vs. Jacksonville (2/27). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 vs. Jacksonville (2/27) FTA 9 twice, most recent vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10)). . . . . . 9 twice, most recent vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) Rebounds 15 vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10) Assists 4 vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10) Blocks 5 vs. Chattanooga (11/17/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 vs. Chattanooga (11/17/09) Steals 4 vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Kennesaw State (2/12/10) Minutes 41 vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 vs. Lipscomb (1/30/10)

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Junior | 6-8 | 210 | Forward Miami, Fla. | South Miami HS the win over Jacksonville (1/3) ... had his career best game, setting personal bests for points (18), field goals (9), field goals attempted (10), and minutes played (38) ... overcame a stomach flu to score four points and three rebounds against Mercer (12/5) ... had six points, six boards and two assists in the win over Marshall (12/2) ... scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds, playing a career-high 28 minutes in the win over Tennessee Tech (11/24) ... had a solid outing against Wingate (11/20), setting personal bests for rebounds (7), assists (2), blocks (3) and steals (1) ... made his first collegiate start and was impressive, scoring nine points, grabbing six rebounds and blocking two shots in 24 minutes against SIU Edwardsville (11/15) ... made his debut against Temple, picking put two rebounds and an assist in limited action. High School: A star at South Miami, playing in Florida’s largest classification of 6A-5A … averaged 18.6 points, 9.7 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game as a senior … was a first-team All-Dade selection, played in the All-Dade Game, was a McDonald’s All-America nominee, and was selected as his team’s MVP. Personal: Major is Broadcasting ... son of Eric Brown and Stephanie Rice … born August 8,1989.

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NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 Career Numbers Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 2008-09 33-12 591/17.9 32-67 2009-10 35-1 496/14.2 46-107 TOTAL 68-13 1087/16.0 78-174

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3-Point F-Throws pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct .478 2-9 .222 32-61 .525 .430 1-7 .143 46-67 .687 .448 3-16 .188 78-128 .609

Rebounds off def tot avg pf fo ast 10 88 98 3.0 50 1 67 13 53 66 1.9 34 0 60 23 141 164 2.4 84 1 127

to 56 61 117

blk 8 4 12

Scoring stl pts avg 24 98 3.0 26 139 4.0 50 237 3.5

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About Adam: Possibly one of the most decorated prep players to sign at ETSU … has great height for a point guard and the ability to distribute the basketball … smart player who combines court awareness with scoring skills. 2009-10: Had a career night against Kentucky (3/18) in the NCAAs, scoring a personal-best 14 points, while collecting five boards and grabbing three steals ... played one of his best games of the year in the title game win over Mercer (3/6), scoring 11 points, dishing out three assists and hitting a career-high seven free throws ... had six points, three assists and a steal in the win over Campbell (3/4) in the A-Sun quarterfinals ... came off the bench to score 10 points and match his career high for field goals (4) and field goals attempted (9) in the win over UNF (2/25) ... played a very solid game in the win over Stetson (2/6), posting a career-high six free throws on his way to scoring 10 points, grabbing three boards, and dishing out five assists in 25 minutes of play ... matched his career best with four steals, while scoring seven points and dishing out three assists in a solid effort off the bench in the win over FGCU (2/4) ... had five points and five rebounds in the win over FGCU (1/16) ... posted a career-high four steals in the win over Kennesaw State (1/7) ... had a season-high seven assists and two steals in the win over USC Upstate (1/4) ... collected six rebounds, dished out two assists and blocked a shot in the loss to Tennessee (12/2) ... scored seven points, dished out four assists and had three rebounds in the win over Charleston (11/25) ... had three boards and two assists in the loss to UTC (11/17) ... set career highs for scoring (13), field goals (4), field goal attempts (7), and free throws (5) against Appalachian State (11/14). 200809: Averaged 18 minutes a game as a true freshman, third on the team with 2.0 assists per game, while

averaging three points and three boards a game … changed numbers in the offseason from No. 20 to No. 43 to honor his freshman season roommate Seth Coy, who died tragically in an automobile accident during the summer … had 11 points and seven boards in the win over Kennesaw State (2/26) ... posted the team’s best assist number of the year with 12 assists against Campbell (2/23), while setting or matching career highs for field goals (4), field goals attempted (6), steals (3) and minutes played (34) ... matched his career high with six assists against FGCU (2/7) ... reached his career high with 12 points in the loss to Jacksonville (1/30) ... had a career-high three steals, dished out five assists and grabbed seven rebounds in the win over Campbell (1/22) ... started the game and continued his development with nine rebounds, five assists and four points in the win over Belmont (1/19) ... made major strides in his development in the win over Lipscomb (1/17), playing 30 minutes and setting career marks for points (12), rebounds (8), assists (6) and steals (2) ... stepped up in the absence of senior point guard Courtney Pigram, scoring four points, grabbing five rebounds and dishing out three assists in 32 minutes of action against Stetson (1/10) ... posted a career-high five assists and grabbed four

Sollazzo’s Bests Points FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career 14 vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) 4 6 times, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) . . . . . . . . . . . 4 6 times, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) 12 vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) 1 vs. North Florida (11/29/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 3 times, most recent vs. North Florida (11/29/09) 1 7 times, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) . . . . . . . . . . . 1 7 times, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) 7 vs. Mercer (3/6/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 vs. Mercer (3/6/10) 10 twice, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10). . . . . . . . . . . . 10 twice, most recent vs. Kentucky (3/18/10) 6 vs. Tennessee (12/2/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 vs. Belmont (1/19/09) 7 vs. USC Upstate (1/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 vs. Campbell (2/23/09) 1 three times, most recent vs. Belmont (2/1/10) . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. Hofstra (11/16/08) 4 twice, most recent vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) . . . . . . . 4 twice, most recent vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/4/10) 27 vs. Appalachian State (11/14/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 twice, most recent vs. Campbell (2/23/09)

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Junior | 6-6 | 200 | Guard Tampa, Fla. | Armwood HS rebounds in the win over UNF (1/5) ... played 13 solid minutes, scoring three points and dishing out an assist in the win over Jacksonville (1/3) ... for a point guard, had a remarkable three blocks and his first 3-pointer in the loss to Hofstra (11/16) ... scored his first four collegiate points and matched his career best with seven rebounds against SIU Edwardsville (11/15) ... made his collegiate debut against Temple, picking up seven rebounds in 28 minutes of action. High School: A standout at Armwood High School, he was named MVP of the Florida North-South All-Star Game, where he posted a triple-double with 16 points, 13 assists and 11 rebounds against the best high school players in the state … was also named MVP of the Tampa-Pinellas All-Star Game, scoring 21 points and dishing out eight assists in that contest … averaged 22 points, 6.3 assists and 6.1 rebounds his senior season … was a finalist for Class 5A “Mr. Basketball,” was the Florida Athletic Coaches Association 5A Player of the Year, the Tampa Bay Basketball Coaches Player of the Year, an All-Suncoast First Team selection, an All-Western Conference pick, and the “Paul Straub” Player of the Year. Personal: Major is Business... son of Paul and Terry Sollazzo … born April 24, 1990.

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J.C. W ar d

Career Numbers Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga 2009-10 31-5 427/13.8 30-59 TOTAL 31-5 427/13.8 30-59

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3-Point pct fg-fga pct .508 5-8 .625 .508 5-8 .625

F-Throws ft-fta pct 9-25 .360 9-25 .360

Rebounds off def tot avg pf fo ast 42 57 99 3.2 61 0 7 42 57 99 3.2 61 0 7

Scoring to blk stl pts avg 16 5 6 74 2.4 16 5 6 74 2.4

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About J.C.: Reputation as an aggressive defender with toughness on the inside … his ability to find the basketball is a strength … his work ethic and competitive nature will be a valuable addition to the team … has versatility and expected to help at the power forward spot.2009-10: Had six boards and scored two points in 23 minutes against Mercer in the A-Sun finals (3/6) ... had a critical made jumper, block and rebound in the final minutes against Kennesaw State (3/5) in the A-Sun semifinals ... continued to provide valuable minutes off the bench in the post, scoring six points and grabbing nine rebounds in the win over JU (2/27) ... posted more solid numbers in the win over UNF (2/25) with five boards and two points in 11 minutes ... had a career-high 12 rebounds and provided a strong defensive effort in the paint to lift the Bucs to a win over USC Upstate (2/21) ... posted three points and six rebounds in the loss at Mercer

(1/9) ... had six boards and four points in the win over Kennesaw State (1/7) ... grabbed six boards and scored four points in the loss at Tennessee (12/2) ... had a career-high two 3-pointers and two steals, including a career-best 30 minutes of play in the win over Arkansas (11/27) ... played the best game of his young career against Charleston (11/25), posting personal bests for points (11), field goals (4), free throws (3) and minutes played (21) ... had four offensive boards and an assist in just four minutes of play against Louisville (11/21) ... played what was then the best game of his career by posting six points and eight rebounds against Morgan State (11/19),

WARD’S BESTS Points FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

2009-10 Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Career 11 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09) 4 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09) 6 vs. Morgan State (11/19/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 vs. Morgan State (11/19/09) 2 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09) 2 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09) 3 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09) 6 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 vs. College of Charleston (11/25/09) 12 vs. USC Upstate (2/21/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 vs. USC Upstate (2/21/10) 1 4 times, most recent vs. Mercer (1/9/10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 4 times, most recent vs. Mercer (1/9/10) 1 3 times, most recent vs. Campbell (3/4/10) . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 3 times, most recent vs. Campbell (3/4/10) 2 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09) 30 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 vs. Arkansas (11/27/09)

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Sophomore | 6-6 | 245 | Forward Marietta, Ga. | Marietta HS and hitting his first career 3-pointer against the Bears ... made his ETSU debut against Appy State (11/14), scoring four points and grabbing two rebounds in nine minutes of play. 2008-09: Did not play … sat out as a redshirt. High School: Played at Marietta High, where he was an AllCounty, All-Region, All-Conference and Atlanta All-Metro Team selection, leading his high school team to a trip to the Final Eight in Georgia … averaged a doubledouble during his high school career, averaging 15 points and 14 rebounds a game for three seasons. Personal: Major is business ... son of Sharif Colbert and Lanette Hatfield … born Dec. 22, 1989.

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Freshman | 6-3 | 170 | Point Guard Lynn, Mass. | Lynn English HS

About Ryan: Highly decorated prep player with traditional point guard skills … has impressive offensive talents, while also able to distribute the ball and make those around him better. High School: A 2010 McDonald’s All-America nominee and was a 1,000-point scorer during his prep career, averaging 26 points, six assists and five rebounds as a senior for Lynn English High School … he was a North Eastern Conference All-Star and a Boston Herald Dream Team selection the past two seasons … was also named the North Eastern Conference’s most valuable player as a junior … other accolades include being named the Lynn English Student Athletic Award recipient, and selection to the All Boston FOX Channel Top 25 Boys Team … he helped lead his team to a 23-2 record as a senior. Personal: Major is criminal justice... son of David and Vanessa Steed-Woumn … born Nov. 12, 1991. Coach Bartow’s evaluation: “Ryan is a smart point guard with the ability to make those around him better. His knowledge of the game and leadership are things that we really liked about him. He’s from a successful high school program and strong AAU team. He’s a great kid with a strong family, and we think he’s going to be a fantastic addition to our team.”

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Junior | 6-7 | 235 | Forward Los Angeles | Consumnes River CC

About Anthony: A player with great size and strength … can play both inside and on the perimeter, with the ability to hit outside shots and also drive to the basket … expected to help solidify the Bucs’ inside game this season. Prior to ETSU: While at Cosumnes River College, he was known for his inside defensive play and well-rounded offensive skills … he helped power his junior college team to a combined 46-17 overall record the last two seasons, and was selected first team All Big 8 Conference … he was also an honorable mention all-state player one year ago, averaging 16 points and eight rebounds while serving as a team captain. Personal: Major is business ... son of Norman Downs and Debra Johnson … born June 23, 1989. Coach Bartow’s evaluation: “He is a great fit for our program. We like his character and on the floor we love his versatility. He can play inside and outside, can make the three and still score in the paint. While he’s a good offensive rebounder, on the defensive end he gives us another thick body that can guard multiple positions and can also help us on the glass.”

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Players Bios Junior | 6-8 | 220 | Forward Bude, Miss. | San Bernardino Valley CC

About Curtis: A player who is just now reaching his potential after not playing organized basketball until late in his high school career … extremely athletic and a strong defender … he has the ability to block shots and has a great deal of versatility on both ends of the floor. Prior to ETSU: While playing for San Bernardino Valley College, he was a first-team All-Foothills Conference pick … averaged 11 points, 7.3 rebounds and 1.4 blocks a game while playing 22 minutes as a sophomore … he shot 59 percent from the field and 68 percent from the free throw line … as a freshman, averaged 14 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.5 blocks a game. Personal: Major is Interdisciplinary Studies … son of Curtis Gillis and Vanessa Blakely … born Dec. 26, 1987. Coach Bartow’s evaluation: “We love Curtis’ versatility. He can play on both ends of the floor, while helping both inside and on the perimeter. The amount of upside potential is really great, and his ability to rebound on both ends and block shots is also a huge positive.”

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Freshman | 6-10 | 210 | Forward Gate City, Va. | Gate City HS

About Josh: A walk-on who brings strong post defender skills and good size to the team … will be working to improve his strength and size in the weightroom this year … a quality student. High school: Played at Gate City High, where he averaged seven points, 10 rebounds and two blocks a game … competed for two summers with the Tennessee Travelers AAU team. Personal: Major is Pre-Med ... son of Frank Johnson, Eric Fugate and Jackie Fugate … born May 21, 1991. Coach Bartow’s evaluation: “Josh will be a very important player for us in practice. He has good size and will challenge our post guys to get better. He’s a great young man and a good student. We think he is a good addition to our program.”

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No. Name.....................Pos........Hgt........ Wgt..........Cl........ Hometown/Previous School.........Major 0 Ryan Woumn................. G............6’3”...........170...........Fr..........Lynn, Mass./Lynn English....................Crim. Justice 1 Mike Smith.................... G............6’6”...........225...........Sr..........Vandalia, Mo./Van-Far.........................Business 3 Justin Tubbs................... G............6’3”...........205...........Sr..........Trussville, Ala./Univ. of Alabama.........Accounting 5 Sheldon Cooley.............. G............6’3”...........180...........So..........Tampa, Fla./Plant................................Sports Mgmt 10 De’Shaud Johnson......... G............5’9”...........165...........Sr..........Bristol/King College............................Inter. Studies 13 Tommy Hubbard............ F............6’4”...........205...........Sr..........Boston/St. Mark’s School.....................Business 15 Anthony Johnson........... F............6’7”...........235........... Jr..........Los Angeles/Cosumnes River CC..........Inter. Studies 25 Jarvis Jones.................... G............6’2”...........170........... Jr..........Memphis/Mitchell...............................Sports Mgmt 30 Micah Williams.............. G............6’4”...........220...........Sr..........Manchester/Coffee County..................Sports Mgmt 34 Lukas Poderis................. F............6’8”...........230...........So..........Port Richey, Fla./Ridgewood...............Business 41 Isiah Brown.................... F............6’8”...........210........... Jr..........Miami/South Miami............................Mass Comm 43 Adam Sollazzo............... G............6’6”...........200........... Jr..........Tampa, Fla./Armwood.........................Business 44 J.C. Ward........................ F............6’6”...........245...........So..........Marietta, Ga./Marietta........................Business 45 Curtis Wilkinson............. F............6’8”...........220........... Jr..........Bude, Miss./San Bernardino Valley......Inter. Studies 52 Josh Johnson................. F...........6’10”..........210...........Fr..........Gate City, Va./Gate City........................Pre Med Pronunciation

No. 0 -- Woumn (Womb) No. 10 -- Cooley (COOL-E) No. 20 -- Sollazzo (So-laz-o) No. 34 -- Poderis (PAH-deris)

Bucs by Class Senior Mike Smith Tommy Hubbard De’Shaud Johnson Justin Tubbs Micah Williams

Junior Isiah Brown Anthony Johnson Jarvis Jones Adam Sollazzo Curtis Wilkinson

Sophomore Sheldon Cooley Lukas Poderis J.C. Ward

Freshman Ryan Woumn Josh Johnson

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NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Murry Bartow became the 15th head coach in the 81-year history of East Tennessee State University men’s basketball on April 22, 2003, and he has wasted little time making a place for himself in the tradition-rich history of Buccaneer hoops. Since joining the ETSU family, Bartow has posted the school’s best winning percentage by a coach with five or more years of service, winning 61 percent of his games (138-87). He eclipsed 100 wins at ETSU and 200 wins for his career during the 2008-09 season, and his Buccaneer teams have averaged just under 20 wins a season since Bartow arrived in Johnson City. In addition, his ETSU teams – which have enjoyed 20 wins in four of his seven seasons on the bench – have won the Southern Conference championship in 2004, the Atlantic Sun Conference regular season title in 2007, and back-to-back A-Sun Tournament championships in 2009 and 2010. Most recently, Bartow did arguably his best coaching job ever during the 2009-10 season, as the Bucs overcame the tragic preseason death of rising sophomore Seth Coy and the loss of injured senior captain Mike Smith to still win the A-Sun title and make the program’s ninth trip all time to the NCAAs. The Bucs placed three players on the A-Sun All-Tournament team, and took on Kentucky in March Madness. During the 2008-09 season, Bartow guided the Buccaneers to another 20-win season, as ETSU posted a 23-11 record. Even more impressive, the Bucs captured the A-Sun Tournament title and made the program’s eighth trip all time to the NCAA Tournament. ETSU placed three players

on the league’s all-tournament team, and ultimately made an impressive showing in the first round of the NCAAs as a No. 16 seed, taking No. 1-seeded Pittsburgh to the wire. In 2003-04, Bartow led the Bucs to arguably the best season in their history, finishing with a program-best 15-1 record in Southern Conference play, setting a new school record with a 16-game winning streak, and coming within one win of matching the best overall record in school history with a 27-6 mark. ETSU finished first in the SoCon North Division for the fourth year in a row and won its second overall regular season title in four years. In addition, the Bucs captured the SoCon Tournament title for the second straight year and the sixth time in school history, and the team competed in its seventh NCAA Tournament. For his efforts in 2003-04, Bartow was named the Southern Conference Coach of the Year by both the league’s coaches and media. Plus, the Bucs had three players named first-team All-SoCon, including senior Zakee Wadood – who was selected as the league’s most valuable player – and Tim Smith – who was selected as the tournament’s most valuable player. In 2006-07, Bartow once again led the Bucs to one of the best seasons in school history, as the team went 24-10 overall and 16-2 in Atlantic Sun play to finish as the regular season champions. The squad earned a trip to the National Invitation Tournament, and for the second time in four seasons, Bartow was honored by his peers with the A-Sun Coach of the Year award. The 49-year-old Bartow, who was also head coach at the University of AlabamaBirmingham from 1996-2002, has won 241 games in

his career and made appearances in seven postseason tournaments as a Division I coach – including the NCAA Tournament in 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2010. Bartow replaced former ETSU head coach Ed DeChellis, who spent seven seasons at ETSU before taking the head coaching position at Penn State following the 2002-03 season. Bartow enjoyed his share of success early in his head coaching career. Overall, his UAB teams posted a 103-83 record that included 48 Conference USA victories – second only to Cincinnati’s Bob Huggins in that same time span. The Blazers – who enjoyed 20-win seasons twice under Bartow – also made three postseason appearances during this time, getting invitations to the NIT in 1997 and 1998, and a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 1999. In 23 years as a player, assistant coach and head coach, Bartow has been to 16 post-season tournaments (10 NCAA and 6 NITs). The son of Coach Gene and Ruth Bartow, Murry literally grew up around the game of basketball, and has apprenticed at the side of two of the game’s master teachers, Gene Bartow and Indiana’s Bob Knight. Bartow began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Indiana (1985-87) and worked with the Hossiers’ 1987 NCAA Championship team. He then worked for two seasons as a full-time assistant and recruiting coordinator at William & Mary (1987-89).

ETSU head coach Murry Bartow is joined by his family, including, wife Tammy, and from left, sons Stephen, Connor, Alec.

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Coaching Staff Conference championship teams and UAB’s 1984 Great Alaska Shootout title team. He was also a member of the golf team while at UAB. Bartow earned his B.A. in business administration from UAB in 1985, and his master’s degree from Indiana in 1987. Bartow, a native of Warrensburg, Missouri, is married to the former Tammy Earley of Birmingham, a registered nurse and former UAB cheerleader, who currently serves as the ETSU Spirt Coordinator. They have three sons, Alec, Stephen and Connor.

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Personal: • Born – August 18, 1961 Marital status – • Married, wife Tammy Children – • Alec, Stephen, Connor Education: • B.S. from University of Alabama-Birmingham with a major in marketing (1985) • M.S. from Indiana University in Physical Education (1987) Experience: • 1985-87 – Graduate assistant, Indiana University • 1987-89 – Assistant, College of William & Mary • 1989-1996 – Assistant, UAB • 1996-2001 – Head coach, UAB

Bartow Head coaching numbers Year................ School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W-L. . . . . . . . Conf. . . . . Postseason 1996-97............. Alabama-Birmingham. . . . . . . . . 18-14. . . . . . . . . 7-7. . . . . . . . . . . NIT 1997-98............. Alabama-Birmingham . . . . . . . . 21-12. . . . . . . . . 10-6. . . . . . . . . . NIT 1998-99............. Alabama-Birmingham. . . . . . . . . 20-12. . . . . . . . . 10-6 . . . . . . . . . NCAA 1999-00............. Alabama-Birmingham. . . . . . . . . 14-14. . . . . . . . . 7-9. . . . . . . . . . None 2000-01............. Alabama-Birmingham. . . . . . . . . 17-14. . . . . . . . . 8-8. . . . . . . . . . None 2001-02............. ­Alabama-Birmingham. . . . . . . . . 13-17. . . . . . . . . 6-10. . . . . . . . . None 2003-04............. East Tennessee State. . . . . . . . . . . 27-6. . . . . . . . . 15-1. . . . . . . . . NCAA 2004-05............. East Tennessee State. . . . . . . . . . . 10-19. . . . . . . . . 4-12. . . . . . . . . None 2005-06............. East Tennessee State. . . . . . . . . . . 15-13. . . . . . . . . 12-8. . . . . . . . . None 2006-07............. East Tennessee State. . . . . . . . . . . 24-10. . . . . . . . . 16-2. . . . . . . . . . NIT 2007-08............. East Tennessee State. . . . . . . . . . . 19-13. . . . . . . . . 11-5. . . . . . . . . None 2008-09............. East Tennessee State. . . . . . . . . . . 23-11. . . . . . . . . 14-6. . . . . . . . . NCAA 2009-10............. East Tennessee State. . . . . . . . . . . 20-15. . . . . . . . . 13-7. . . . . . . . . NCAA Overall winning percentage: 241-170 (.586) Conference winning percentage: 133-87 (.604) 2010-2011 Media Guide

• 2003-10 – Head coach, ETSU

More Notes of Interest • In his first six seasons as a Division I coach, Bartow enjoyed 100 wins. • Bartow has beaten programs such as Auburn, Florida, Marquette, Missouri, Charlotte, UNLV, Tulsa, Houston, Fresno State, Memphis, Louisville and Georgia. • Bartow’s 1999 UAB team won the Conference USA National Division Championship, while his 2004 ETSU team won the Southern Conference title. His 2007 ETSU squad won the Atlantic Sun regular season championship, while both the 2009 and 2010 Bucs captured the league tournament title.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

During his seven seasons as an assistant on the UAB staff (1989-96), Bartow developed a reputation as an energetic teacher and recruiter, and was often mentioned as one of the nation’s top defensive strategists. A 1980 graduate of Birmingham’s W.A. Berry High School, Bartow was an outstanding point guard, earning AllJefferson County honors and his team’s MVP award as a senior. He played basketball at UAB from 1980-85, and was part of four NCAA Tournament teams, three Sun Belt

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What others say about

Coach Murry Bartow...

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

“Murry comes from a great basketball family. Training under his dad, Gene, and Bob Knight, Murry has knowledge, communication ability and is a solid teacher who always has his teams well prepared. The Bartow name is magic.” Dick Vitale, ESPN basketball analyst ­——— “Murry Bartow is an excellent young coach. He did an outstanding job of carrying on the basketball tradition his father established at UAB and has done a great job at East Tennessee State.” Bob Knight, Former Indiana and Texas Tech head coach

Family Tradition:

Murry Bartow (right) and his father Gene (left) have combined to win a total of 886 games as collegiate head coaches, which ranks them in the Top 5 all-time among father & son coaches.

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Growing up in the shadow of one of college basketball’s most recognizable coaches is tough enough. When he is your father, well, that’s even tougher. However, Murry Bartow has lived up to the winning tradition his father, Gene, carried on at UCLA and established at UAB. In fact, Gene and Murry Bartow are currently ranked in the Top 5 of winningest father and son coaching combinations in the country, with 886 combined wins as head coaches. Today, the elder Bartow is president of the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies.

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Coaching Staff Assistant Coach Eighth Season

Michael Boyd The

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Born – February 6, 1947 Marital status – Married, wife Michelle Children – Toni, Stephanie, Michael Jr., Mark, Matt, Greg Education: • B.S. from Northern Michigan University with a major in industrial education (1970) • M.S. from Kent State University in Student Personnel (1977)

Veteran college basketball coach Michael Boyd is set to begin his eighth season at East Tennessee State University, after spending the last seven seasons as a huge coaching asset for the Bucs. Boyd has a wealth of coaching experience at the collegiate level, after having spent seven seasons as an assistant coach at Penn State from 1996 to 2003, and also serving as an assistant coach at another Big Ten Conference program, Michigan, for 11 seasons from 1979 to 1990. In addition, Boyd also enjoyed a head coaching stint at Cleveland State from 1990 to 1996. After those six seasons at Cleveland State – which included a 22-6 record and Mid-Continent Conference championship in 1992-93 – Boyd joined the staff at Penn State in 1996. “We are fortunate to have Mike on our staff,” said ETSU head coach Murry Bartow. “He is incredibly experienced as an assistant and head coach at the Division I level, and he has numerous contacts across the country because of his 18 years as an assistant in the Big Ten. Mike works directly with our post players and does an outstanding job developing their game.” Boyd was equally pleased to be joining the Buccaneer program when he took the position in 2003, especially after the kind of season ETSU enjoyed in 2002-03 – a campaign which saw the Bucs win their third consecutive Southern Conference North Division title, capture the SoCon Tournament championship, and make a trip to the NCAA Tournament. The Bucs responded again in 2003-04, finishing with a 27-6 record and a second straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. In 2006-07, the team won 24 games which ranks as the fifth-best season in school

Experience: • 1969-70 – Assistant, Northern Michigan • 1974-78 – Assistant, Kent State • 1979-1979 – Interim head coach, Kent State • 1979-1990 – Assistant, University of Michigan • 1990-1996 – Head coach, Cleveland State • 1996-2003 – Assistant, Penn State • 2003-10 – Assistant, East Tennessee State

history, capturing the program’s first Atlantic Sun Conference championship. And again in 2008-09 and 2009-10, the Bucs fielded a championship team, winning the A-Sun Tournament and participating in the program’s eighth and ninth trips to the NCAA Tournament. “I think ETSU is a program that is going somewhere and I’ve enjoyed being a part of it,” Boyd said. A 1970 graduate of Northern Michigan University, Boyd was instrumental in helping build Michigan’s 1989 NCAA Championship team. He assisted head coach Bill Frieder with backto-back Big Ten Championship clubs in 1985 and 1986 and an NIT title squad in 1984. The Wolverines were 237-108 during Boyd’s 11 years in Ann Arbor. Boyd has recruited and coached NBA standouts such as Glen Rice, Rumeal Robinson, Loy Vaught, Roy Tarpley, Gary Grant, Tim McCormick, and Terry Mills. Prior to Michigan, he served four years as an assistant at Kent State, including a stint as interim head coach in his last season at the school. Boyd played basketball at Northern Michigan, where he led the conference in scoring under coach Stan Albeck. He was inducted into the NMU Hall of Fame in ’80. Boyd and his wife Michelle have six children, Toni, Stephanie, Assistant coach Mike Boyd is joined by his wife Michelle. Michael Jr., Mark, Matt and Greg. Buccaneer Basketball


Coaching Staff Assistant Coach 11th Season

Scott Wagers The

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Born – March 28, 1964 Marital status – Married, wife Stacey Children – Luke and Lola Education: • B.S. from Tennessee-Wesleyan College with a major in physical education (1989)

Scott Wagers enters his 11th season as an assistant coach at East Tennessee State University, having seen the Bucs win four straight Southern Conference North Division Championships (2000-2004), two straight SoCon Tournament titles (2003 & 2004), three Atlantic Sun Conference championships (2007, 2009 and 2010), and make four trips to the NCAA Tournament (2003, 2004, 2009 and 2010), and earn a berth in the NIT (2007). “Keeping Scott Wagers on staff was crucial when we made the transition in coaching staffs seven years ago,” said ETSU head coach Murry Bartow. “Scott is an excellent coach with great recruiting ties and a talent for working on our defensive strategies and alignments.” Wagers’ primary area of responsibility is acting as the team’s defensive coordinator, helping develop the team’s fullcourt defensive style, its trapping principles, and man-to-man philosophy. Along with those duties, Wagers works with the team’s post players and is an invaluable recruiter with ties throughout the country. Before coming to Johnson City, Wagers was the head coach at Robinson High School in Tampa, Fla., from 1994-2000. He earned Tampa Bay Basketball Coaches’ Association Coach of the Year honors in 1997-98 after taking his team to the Florida High School semifinals. Wagers’ team also earned St. Petersburg Times/Tampa Tribune Team-ofthe-Year honors that season. While at Robinson, Wagers led his teams to four divisional championships, and two regional championships. His Robinson High teams went 126-24 during his tenure, while averaging over 100 points a game offensively in each of those seasons. 2010-2011 Media Guide

Experience: • 1990-94 – Head coach, Washburn High School (Washburn, Tenn.) • 1994-2000 – Head coach, Robinson High School (Tampa, Fla.) • 2000-2010 – Assistant coach, ETSU

Before moving to Florida, Wagers was the head coach at Washburn High School in Washburn, Tennessee. He earned Tennessee Athletic Coaches’ Association District 1A Coach-ofthe-Year honors in 1993-94. Wagers played varsity basketball at Tennessee Wesleyan from 1985-89. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education. Particularly in the past two seasons, ETSU’s defensive sets — like the team’s 1-3-1 halfcourt trap and fullcourt press — helped the team rank as one of the top teams in the country for steals. In addition, Wagers has been a crucial part of the Bucs recent recruiting ventures into Florida and continues to work that part of the country. Wagers and his wife Stacey have two children, Luke and Lola.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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Wagers was married in the summer of 2003 to his wife, Stacey, and the couple have two children, Luke and Lola.

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Coaching Staff Assistant Coach First Season

Thomas Johnson The

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Born – March 23, 1955 Marital status – Single Children – Adrian, Katie, Marques and Caleb Education: • B.S. from University Montevallo with a major in physical education (1977)

Veteran coach Thomas Johnson enters his first season on the Buccaneer bench, having replaced longtime assistant Will Bailey prior to the start of the season. Johnson, who was entering his third season at Samford, also worked for Bartow at UAB for four seasons during the late 1990s, and spent two seasons on the bench at MTSU from 2006 to 2008. He also possesses strong recruiting ties in Memphis, having spent over 20 years as a high school coach in both Tennessee and Alabama. “We are very pleased to have Thomas join our staff and think he will bring a great deal of experience to our program,” Bartow said. “Loyalty and trust are very important factors when hiring a new coach, and having worked with Thomas in the past at UAB and watching his career develop, I know that he will be able to fit into the chemistry of our staff. He brings many years of experience to the floor both as a high school and college coach, and his time in the Memphis area will only strengthen our recruiting in that part of the state.” After spending two seasons as the top assistant coach under Kermit Davis at Middle Tennessee State University, Johnson came to Samford at the start of the 2008-09 season. A staunch recruiter, Johnson was part of an MTSU staff that landed a 2007 signing class rated No. 1 in the Sun Belt and No. 48 nationally by Hoop Scoop, as well as the No. 13-rated class among the nation’s mid-major programs by Rivals.com. Before his time at MTSU, Johnson logged more than 20 years as a high school coach in Alabama and Tennessee.

Experience: • 1981-98 – Head coach, Thompson High School (Alabaster, Ala.) • 1998-2002 – Assistant Coach, UAB • 2002-2006 – Head coach, Wooddale High School (Memphis, Tenn.) • 2006-2008 – Assistant Coach, MTSU • 2008-2010 – Assistant Coach, Samford • 2010 – Assistant Coach, ETSU

He overhauled the Wooddale High School program in Memphis, Tenn. Prior to his arrival, the school endured an 0-23 season in 2001–02, but it enjoyed four straight seasons of 22 wins or more in his four years there, including a 24-9 mark in 2002–03. For his efforts, Johnson was named the District 15-3A Coach of the Year in 2002–03 and the Commercial Appeal Co-Coach of the Year. Wooddale, which enjoyed a 94-36 record and three seasons of 24 wins, won the district championship in 2005–06 and finished second in the district twice. The program reached the Region 8-3A semifinals every year. Johnson spent four years on the staff at UAB under Bartow, helping lead the Blazers to three winning seasons and an NCAA Tournament berth. The Blazers won the Conference USA National Division championship during the 1998–99 season. Johnson spent 17 years (1981–98) as the head coach at Thompson High School in Alabaster, Ala., and set a 309-191 record. He was a three-time Shelby County Coach of the Year (1982, 1987, 1995). His teams won five area championships and reached the substate playoffs five times. Johnson played college basketball at the University of Montevallo and graduated with a bachelor of science in physical education. He has two daughters, Adrian, 32, and Katie, 22, and two sons, Marques, 27, and Caleb, 16.

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Coaching Staff Director of Basketball Operations Fourth Season

Andrew Greene enters his fourth season with the ETSU men’s basketball program, and his third as Director of Basketball Operations. Greene’s main responsibilities include day-to-day basketball operations, scheduling of team travel and meals, coordinating team community relations events, organizing film exchange, production of scouting reports and tapes, and taking care of all administrative needs. He is also in charge of planning, organizing, and directing all aspects of the Murry Bartow Buccaneer Basketball Camps which take place in the summer. The Ronda, N.C., native was a double major at the University of North Carolina, earning his bachelor’s degrees in Exercise and Sport Science and Psychology in 2006. He received his master’s degree in Sport Management in 2008 from ETSU. Greene began his tenure in Johnson City serving as a Graduate Assistant for the 2007-08 Buccaneer team, a squad that finished 19-13, but has since seen the Bucs eclipse the 20-win mark and earn trips to the NCAAs in each of the last two seasons (2009 and 2010). He comes to ETSU after gaining valuable experience serving as a manager for the University of North Carolina’s men’s basketball program. His duties included involvement in daily practices for the Tar Heels, as well as coordinating game-day procedures for the team. While in Chapel Hill, Greene spent several years under the tutelage of the Carolina system, coaching at the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball School. He has also been an instructor at camps throughout the southeast, including the William and Mary and Pfeiffer summer camps. Prior to his time at UNC, Greene played collegiately at Wilkes Community College, a member of NJCAA Division 1.

Michael White

Associate AD for Communications Ninth Season

Michael White enters his ninth season as the media contact for men’s basketball at ETSU. During that time, White has overseen all responsibilities of the ETSU Athletic Media Relations office, including management of the Buccaneer Sports Network’s radio and television coverage, and working as the liaison to all other local, regional and national news outlets. In his time with the Buccaneer program, White played a critical role in the launch of the Buccaneer Sports Network in 2003, helped direct three complete redesigns of the program’s official athletic web site, and instituted more effective publishing schedules for the program’s media guides and other printed materials. As a member of the ETSU Campus Communication Team, White serves a wide variety of public relations roles on campus even beyond the athletic department. White, who spent seven years as an award-winning sports editor at newspapers like the Bristol (Va.-Tenn.) Herald Courier and the Elizabethon (Tenn.) Star before coming to ETSU, was named the 1998 Tennessee Sports Writer of the Year by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association. A native of Elizabethton, he graduated from Elizabethton High School in 1992, where he was an all-conference baseball player. He later attended and played baseball at Milligan College, where he graduated in 1996 with degrees in both business and communications. He continued his education at ETSU, where earned a master’s degree in Business Administration in the summer of 2008. A lifelong resident of the Tri-Cities, White is the proud father of a 6-year-old son, Jackson.

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NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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Head trainer Fourth Season

Brett Lewis enters his fifth year as Assistant Athletic Trainer. Lewis currently also oversees responsibilities for men’s and women’s tennis, and cheerleading. The South Pittsburg native received his Master of Arts degree in Exercise Physiology from ETSU in 2007, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from MTSU in 2005. He is a licensed athletic trainer in the state of Tennessee and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.

Roger Hammons

Equipment Manager 18th Season

Roger Hammons is entering his 18th season as the men’s basketball equipment manager at East Tennessee State University. Hammons joined the Buccaneer program in 1992 as a student manager for the men’s basketball team. Since that time he graduated from ETSU in August of 1998 with a B.S. degree in sport management, and now serves as equipment manager for women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, softball, and men’s and women’s basketball.

The ETSU men’s basketball support staff also includes the following volunteer managers: from left to right, Murphy Fancher, Joey Hood, Kyle Dobyns, Vincent Meninno, Jamie Butler.

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NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Season in review

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Final Standings/Timeline 2009-10 Atlantic Sun Standings

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Campbell Belmont Jacksonville Lipscomb ETSU Mercer North Florida Kennesaw State USC Upstate Florida Gulf Coast Stetson

Conference Overall

Nov. 27, 2009

A-Sun Pct. Ov. Pct. 14-6 .700 19-11 .634 14-6 .700 19-12 .613 14-6 .700 20-13 .606 14-6 .700 17-13 .567 13-7 .650 20-15 .571 10-10 .500 16-17 .485 8-12 .400 13-18 .419 7-13 .350 13-20 .394 6-14 .300 6-23 .207 5-15 .250 8-21 .276 5-15 .250 7-22 .241

vs. Arkansas

In need of a signature road victory, the Bucs dropped the homestanding Razorbacks. It was the second time in three seasons the Bucs have beaten an SEC foe (Georgia, 2007).

Feb. 21, 2010 vs. USC Upstate

With hopes for the season hanging by a thread, the Bucs overcome an 18-point deficit to win and launch a six-game winning streak.

Buccaneers Among A-Sun Leaders Tommy Hubbard Scoring -- 10th (13.9) Rebounding -- 3rd (8.2) Steals -- 7th (1.66) FT % -- 10th (.717) Off. Rebounds -- 4th (3.43) Def. Rebounds -- 4th (5.37) Minutes played -- 4th (33.49) MIcah Williams FT % -- 9th (.721) Isiah Brown Blocked Shots -- 4th (1.44) Justin Tubbs 3-pt. FG Made -- 7th (2.14)

All A-Sun Honors Tommy Hubbard • Second Team All A-Sun • A-Sun All-Tournament Micah Williams • A-Sun Tournament MVP • A-Sun All-Tournament Justin Tubbs • A-Sun All-Tournament

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A Team Timeline...

March 6, 2010

Buccaneers Among A-Sun Team Leaders Scoring offense - 5th (69.3) Scoring defense - 3rd (67.5) Scoring margin - 5th (+1.8) FT Pct. - 7th (.659) Rebounding - 5th (36.5) Rebounding mar. - 5th (+0.8) FG Pct. - 5th (.432) FG Pct. Defense - 3rd (.418) 3-pt. FG Pct. - 10th (.308) 3-pt. FG Pct. Def. - 4th (.332) 3-pt. FG Made - 9th (5.06) Blocked Shots - 5th (3.20) Steals - 3rd (8.37) Turnover Margin - 2nd (+1.8) Assists - 11th (10.91) Assist/TO Ratio - 11th (0.74)

vs. Mercer

The Bucs cap their endof-year, six-game winning streak in style, upending the Mercer Bears on their home floor to earn a second straight A-Sun Tournament title and trip to the NCAAs.

March 18, 2010 vs. Kentucky

Facing a No. 1 seed with five eventual NBA Lottery Picks, the Bucs put up a valiant effort in their ninth NCAA appearance all time, but their season ends against perennial power Kentucky.

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2009-10 Season Box Score

|------TOTAL------| |------3-PTS------| |------REB.------| Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct OR DR Tot Avg PF-D A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 01 SMITH, Mike 4-1 83-20.8 13-40 .325 4-17 .235 7-8 .875 4 3 7 1.8 11-0 5 7 0 6 37 9.3 03 TUBBS, Justin 35-34 949-27.1 140-344 .407 75-231 .325 69-97 .711 55 79 134 3.8 78-0 20 54 4 37 424 12.1 04 GRIMM, Bruce 17-5 178-10.5 8-41 .195 5-26 .192 16-23 .696 3 7 10 0.6 7-0 20 17 3 17 37 2.2 05 COOLEY, Sheldon 35-2 618-17.7 83-214 .388 9-34 .265 59-83 .711 20 70 90 2.6 48-0 64 53 0 31 234 6.7 10 JOHNSON, DeShaud 13-0 64-4.9 6-10 .600 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 1 2 3 0.2 10-0 5 4 0 2 15 1.2 11 DAVIS, Jacolby 32-28 647-20.2 34-75 .453 2-12 .167 18-38 .474 11 41 52 1.6 62-1 78 69 4 41 88 2.8 13 HUBBARD, Tommy 35-35 1172-33.5 182-408 .446 13-47 .277 109-152 .717 98 188 286 8.2 123-5 42 81 14 58 486 13.9 25 JONES, Jarvis 26-0 305-11.7 39-121 .322 20-69 .290 4-7 .571 8 20 28 1.1 22-0 7 12 1 9 102 3.9 30 WILLIAMS, Micah 35-28 936-26.7 148-314 .471 41-117 .350 106-147 .721 37 80 117 3.3 71-2 33 68 15 27 443 12.7 33 EDWARDS, Jordan 3-0 5-1.7 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 34 PODERIS, Lukas 30-3 279-9.3 27-59 .458 1-5 .200 24-39 .615 27 32 59 2.0 53-2 4 15 13 5 79 2.6 41 BROWN, Isiah 34-33 867-25.5 99-186 .532 0-0 .000 68-127 .535 70 122 198 5.6 90-5 37 57 49 28 266 7.8 43 SOLLAZZO, Adam 35-1 496-14.2 46-107 .430 1-7 .143 46-67 .687 13 53 66 1.9 34-0 60 61 4 26 139 4.0 44 WARD, J.C. 31-5 427-13.8 30-59 .508 5-8 .625 9-25 .360 42 57 99 3.2 61-0 7 16 5 6 74 2.4 TEAM 56 72 128 3.7 0 5 Total 35 7026 855-1978 .432 177-575 .308 537-815 .659 445 832 1277 36.5 673-15 382 519 112 293 2424 69.3 Opponents 35 7025 801-1917 .418 260-782 .332 500-756 .661 424 826 1250 35.7 672 -- 463 582 131 257 2362 67.5 SCORE BY PERIODS: East Tennessee State Opponents

1st 2nd 1121 1292 1078 1272

OT Total 11 2424 12 2362

2009-10 East Tennessee State Season Box Score - Conference Games |------TOTAL------| |------3-PTS------| |------REB.------| Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct OR DR Tot Avg PF-D A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 01 SMITH, Mike 1-0 21-21.0 5-11 .455 2-5 .400 2-2 1.000 1 1 2 2.0 3-0 1 1 0 2 14 14.0 03 TUBBS, Justin 20-20 506-25.3 71-180 .394 40-127 .315 32-45 .711 27 46 73 3.7 45-0 13 27 3 20 214 10.7 04 GRIMM, Bruce 8-4 91-11.4 2-12 .167 1-9 .111 7-10 .700 3 2 5 0.6 3-0 11 9 3 9 12 1.5 05 COOLEY, Sheldon 20-1 356-17.8 56-133 .421 4-18 .222 42-61 .689 13 40 53 2.7 34-0 42 38 0 24 158 7.9 10 JOHNSON, DeShaud 9-0 46-5.1 4-7 .571 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 1 2 3 0.3 8-0 5 2 0 1 11 1.2 11 DAVIS, Jacolby 17-15 352-20.7 19-39 .487 2-6 .333 10-25 .400 7 26 33 1.9 31-1 32 31 2 27 50 2.9 13 HUBBARD, Tommy 20-20 704-35.2 107-240 .446 2-16 .125 61-75 .813 65 112 177 8.9 70-3 27 34 8 28 277 13.9 25 JONES, Jarvis 18-0 245-13.6 30-97 .309 13-52 .250 4-7 .571 8 15 23 1.3 21-0 5 9 1 4 77 4.3 30 WILLIAMS, Micah 20-19 542-27.1 87-183 .475 24-66 .364 54-73 .740 17 40 57 2.9 38-1 26 43 6 19 252 12.6 33 EDWARDS, Jordan 2-0 4-2.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 34 PODERIS, Lukas 19-2 197-10.4 21-44 .477 1-4 .250 22-35 .629 23 21 44 2.3 41-2 2 8 9 4 65 3.4 41 BROWN, Isiah 19-18 490-25.8 64-114 .561 0-0 .000 44-80 .550 49 64 113 5.9 44-2 20 36 31 19 172 9.1 43 SOLLAZZO, Adam 20-0 290-14.5 27-57 .474 1-5 .200 19-29 .655 8 30 38 1.9 19-0 39 37 2 18 74 3.7 44 WARD, J.C. 16-1 184-11.5 14-31 .452 1-4 .250 1-6 .167 19 30 49 3.1 25-0 3 6 1 2 30 1.9 TEAM 24 45 69 3.5 0 3 Total 20 4051 507-1148 .442 92-314 .293 300-450 .667 265 474 739 37.0 384-9 226 284 66 177 1406 70.3 Opponents 20 4050 430-1068 .403 148-438 .338 276-421 .656 244 459 703 35.2 367 -- 253 356 67 143 1284 64.2 SCORE BY PERIODS: East Tennessee State Opponents

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2009-10 East Tennessee State Season Box Score - All Games

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2009-10 Season Results 2009-10 East Tennessee State Schedule/Results RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 20-15 9-5 9-9 2-1 CONFERENCE 13-7 6-4 7-3 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 7-8 3-1 2-6 2-1

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

DATE TIME OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS 11/14/09 4:00 p.m. APPALACHIAN STATE W 62-58 5,562 (13) SOLLAZZO, Adam 11/17/09 7:00 p.m. at Chattanooga L 76-85 4,037 (26) HUBBARD, Tommy 11/19/09 7:00 p.m. at Morgan State L 61-72 1,032 (19) HUBBARD, Tommy 11/21/09 4:00 p.m. at Louisville L 56-69 19,179 (18) TUBBS, Justin 11/25/09 7:00 p.m. COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON W 77-71 3,105 (29) TUBBS, Justin 11/27/09 7:00 p.m. at Arkansas W 94-85 13,794 (32) HUBBARD, Tommy 11/29/09 4:00 p.m. *UNF W 82-56 3,025 (25) HUBBARD, Tommy 12/2/09 7:00 p.m. at Tennessee L 66-78 17,512 (22) TUBBS, Justin 12/4/09 7:00 p.m. at UAB L 52-74 6,411 (14) SMITH, Mike 12/10/09 7:00 p.m. NORTH GEORGIA W 75-71 2,972 (22) WILLIAMS, Micah 12/12/09 4:00 p.m. MURRAY STATE L 57-61 2,888 (18) WILLIAMS, Micah 12/18/09 7:00 p.m. at Morehead State L 58-60 1,746 (14) HUBBARD, Tommy (14) JONES, Jarvis 12/21/09 7:00 p.m. *JACKSONVILLE W 93-70 3,271 (17) WILLIAMS, Micah 1/4/10 7:00 p.m. *at USC Upstate W 63-62 591 (21) HUBBARD, Tommy 1/7/10 7:30 p.m. *at Kennesaw State W 63-46 562 (20) HUBBARD, Tommy 1/9/10 3:30 p.m. *at Mercer L 78-83 2,377 (29) COOLEY, Sheldon 1/14/10 7:00 p.m. *STETSON L 52-54 4,003 (13) WILLIAMS, Micah 1/16/10 4:00 p.m. *FLORIDA GULF COAST W 73-51 3,634 (21) HUBBARD, Tommy 1/21/10 8:30 p.m. *at Lipscomb W 71-69 2,143 (18) WILLIAMS, Micah 1/23/10 5:30 p.m. *at Belmont L 89-100 2,011 (21) WILLIAMS, Micah 1/27/10 7:00 p.m. *CAMPBELL W 72-57 3,591 (18) TUBBS, Justin 1/30/10 4:00 p.m. *LIPSCOMB LOT 84-85 3,286 (22) HUBBARD, Tommy 2/1/10 7:00 p.m. *BELMONT L 67-74 4,137 (17) BROWN, Isiah 2/4/10 7:30 p.m. *at Florida Gulf Coast W 56-47 1,859 (17) BROWN, Isiah 2/6/10 7:00 p.m. *at Stetson W 75-60 1,279 (22) WILLIAMS, Micah 2/12/10 7:00 p.m. *KENNESAW STATE W 66-45 3,471 (23) TUBBS, Justin 2/14/10 4:00 p.m. *MERCER L 77-82 3,151 (24) HUBBARD, Tommy 2/19/10 7:00 p.m. *at Campbell L 57-79 3,023 (14) WILLIAMS, Micah 2/21/10 4:00 p.m. *USC UPSTATE W 63-56 3,560 (13) TUBBS, Justin (13) COOLEY, Sheldon 2/25/10 7:45 p.m. *at North Florida W 61-46 1,061 (14) COOLEY, Sheldon 2/27/10 2:00 p.m. *at Jacksonville W 64-62 3,145 (15) BROWN, Isiah (15) WILLIAMS, Micah 3/4/10 2:30 p.m. #vs. Campbell W 72-64 929 (32) WILLIAMS, Micah 3/5/10 6:00 p.m. #vs. Kennesaw State W 69-64 (20) WILLIAMS, Micah 3/6/10 6:05 p.m. #at Mercer W 72-66 3,200 (18) TUBBS, Justin 3/18/10 7:15 p.m. %vs. Kentucky L 71-100 10,984 (19) WILLIAMS, Micah * Atlantic Sun Conference game

# - Atlantic Sun Championship

HIGH REBOUNDS (7) HUBBARD, Tommy (13) HUBBARD, Tommy (10) HUBBARD, Tommy (9) HUBBARD, Tommy (11) HUBBARD, Tommy (10) HUBBARD, Tommy (10) HUBBARD, Tommy (7) BROWN, Isiah (10) BROWN, Isiah (11) HUBBARD, Tommy (7) HUBBARD, Tommy (6) BROWN, Isiah (10) HUBBARD, Tommy (9) HUBBARD, Tommy (14) HUBBARD, Tommy (7) COOLEY, Sheldon (8) HUBBARD, Tommy (9) HUBBARD, Tommy (10) BROWN, Isiah (6) HUBBARD, Tommy (6) TUBBS, Justin (10) HUBBARD, Tommy (13) HUBBARD, Tommy (12) HUBBARD, Tommy (7) BROWN, Isiah (10) HUBBARD, Tommy (15) BROWN, Isiah (12) HUBBARD, Tommy (11) HUBBARD, Tommy (12) WARD, J.C. (6) BROWN, Isiah (6) HUBBARD, Tommy (12) BROWN, Isiah (8) HUBBARD, Tommy (6) HUBBARD, Tommy (9) WILLIAMS, Micah (6) BROWN, Isiah

% - NCAA Tournament

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY: . . . . . . . . . GAMES TOTALS AVG/GAME. HOME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 49,656 3,547 AWAY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 84,962 4,720 NEUTRAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 14,184 7,092 TOTAL.........................................................35 146,531 4,309. 4,309

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2009-10 Game-By-Game 01 03 Opponent Date SMITH TUBBS

04 GRIMM

05 COOLEY

10 JoHNSON

11 DAVIS

13 HUBBARD

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APPALACHIAN STATE 11/14/09 3-0-1 11-4-0 0-0-0 11-3-0 0-0-0 2-1-0 4-7-2 at Chattanooga 11/17/09 DNP 7-3-0 0-0-0 9-3-2 DNP 11-1-7 26-13-0 at Morgan State 11/19/09 DNP 16-1-1 1-2-1 4-1-1 2-0-0 3-0-2 19-10-0 at Louisville 11/21/09 DNP 18-7-1 0-0-1 3-5-5 DNP 2-1-2 9-9-2 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 11/25/09 DNP 29-7-2 0-1-2 7-2-2 DNP 4-7-7 13-11-2 at Arkansas 11/27/09 DNP 21-9-2 DNP 8-2-3 DNP 2-2-1 32-10-2 NORTH FLORIDA 11/29/09 14-2-1 5-3-3 2-1-0 9-3-2 0-0-0 2-3-1 25-13-2 at Tennessee 12/2/09 6-3-1 22-2-0 DNP 10-2-2 DNP 0-0-0 11-2-2 at UAB 12/4/09 14-2-2 11-5-0 DNP 6-3-0 DNP 2-1-2 3-0-0 NORTH GEORGIA 12/10/09 DNP 16-2-0 1-0-0 2-2-1 DNP 6-0-8- 14-11-1 MURRAY STATE 12/12/09 DNP 7-4-0 11-0-3 0-3-2 0-0-0 2-0-0 7-7-1 at Morehead State 12/18/09 DNP 6-2-0 12-2-2 5-4-0 DNP 0-1-3 14-4-2 JACKSONVILLE 12/21/09 DNP 16-4-0 6-1-6 9-4-2 0-0-0 DNP 15-10-2 at USC Upstate 1/4/10 DNP 0-1-0 1-1-1 2-3-1 DNP DNP 21-9-2 at Kennesaw State 1/7/10 DNP 10-3-0 0-1-2 5-2-6 DNP DNP 20-14-0 at Mercer 1/9/10 DNP 12-5-0 0-0-0 29-7-4 3-0-0 0-1-0 5-6-1 STETSON 1/14/10 DNP 12-5-1 0-0-1 9-4-1 DNP 0-3-0 5-8-0 FLORIDA GULF COAST 1/16/10 DNP 15-8-1 3-1-1 4-2-1 0-0-0 2-1-1 21-9-3 at Lipscomb 1/21/10 DNP 13-4-2 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 2-0-1 10-8-3 at Belmont 1/23/10 DNP 18-6-0 0-0-0 17-1-6 2-0-2 1-1-1 13-6-0 CAMPBELL 1/27/10 DNP 18-1-0 DNP 2-1-0 DNP 10-3-4 15-10-2 LIPSCOMB 1/30/10 DNP 16-3-2 DNP 0-1-1 DNP 6-5-7 22-13-0 BELMONT 2/1/10 DNP 0-3-0 DNP 9-2-2 DNP 9-2-2 16-12-1 at Florida Gulf Coast 2/4/10 DNP 7-0-1 DNP 5-2-2 2-1-1 2-3-1 10-4-3 at Stetson 2/6/10 DNP 3-1-1 DNP 3-2-2 DNP 1-0-2 14-10-1 KENNESAW STATE 2/12/10 DNP 23-6-0 DNP 2-2-2 DNP 0-0-2 6-8-2 MERCER 2/14/10 DNP 13-6-1 DNP 6-0-0 2-0-0 6-4-4 24-12-1 at Campbell 2/19/10 DNP 8-3-0 DNP 11-6-66 2-2-2 2-1-1 7-11-3 USC UPSTATE 2/21/10 DNP 13-2-0 DNP 13-2-1 DNP 3-0-1 10-6-0 at North Florida 2/25/10 DNP 5-2-0 DNP 14-5-2 0-0-0 4-2-3 6-6-1 at Jacksonville 2/27/10 DNP 7-4-1 DNP 9-4-1 DNP 0-4-1 12-2-0 vs Campbell 3/4/10 DNP 6-4-1 DNP 0-0-1 DNP 0-2-5 18-8-0 vs Kennesaw State 3/5/10 DNP 7-3-1 DNP 11-3-1 DNP 2-0-4 18-6-0 at Mercer 3/6/10 DNP 18-3-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 2-3-0 14-6-0 vs Kentucky 3/18/10 DNP 15-5-0 0-0-0 0-4-2 2-0-0 0-0-5 7-5-1

25 30 33 34 41 43 44 Opponent Date JONES WILLIAMS EDWARDS PODERIS BROWN SOLLAZZO WARD APPALACHIAN STATE 11/14/09 DNP 8-4-1 DNP 2-3-1 4-6-1 13-0-2 4-2-0 at Chattanooga 11/17/09 DNP 8-3-0 DNP 0-3-0 13-8-1 2-3-2 0-0-0 at Morgan State 11/19/09 DNP 4-2-1 DNP 0-0-0 5-4-0 1-2-0 6-8-1 at Louisville 11/21/09 DNP 12-2-0 DNP 6-5-0 4-5-0 2-0-0 0-4-1 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 11/25/09 DNP 0-1-0 DNP 2-1-0 4-5-0 7-6-4 11-5-0 at Arkansas 11/27/09 DNP 18-5-2 DNP 0-0-1 5-1-2 0-2-1 8-3-0 NORTH FLORIDA 11/29/09 DNP 12-2-1 0-0-0 2-0-0 5-2-0 4-2-2 2-5-1 at Tennessee 12/2/09 DNP 7-3-0 DNP DNP 4-7-1 2-6-2 4-6-0 at UAB 12/4/09 3-1-0 5-1-0 DNP 0-0-0 8-10-3 0-0-1 0-3-0 NORTH GEORGIA 12/10/09 3-1-0 22-10-1 DNP 2-0-0 6-4-0 3-2-1 0-1-0 MURRAY STATE 12/12/09 3-0-0 18-3-0 DNP 2-1-0 3-4-2 4-1-0 0-2-0 at Morehead State 12/18/09 14-1-1 5-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 2-6-2 0-1-0 0-0-0 JACKSONVILLE 12/21/09 14-3-0 17-3-1 0-0-0 6-7-1 8-2-2 0-3-2 2-1-0 at USC Upstate 1/4/10 4-2-0 12-5-1 DNP 14-4-0 6-6-3 3-4-7 DNP at Kennesaw State 1/7/10 3-2-0 4-1-0 DNP 7-5-1 4-2-1 6-4-4 4-6-1 at Mercer 1/9/10 0-3-0 18-2-2 DNP 6-2-0 DNP 2-3-0 3-6-1 STETSON 1/14/10 2-3-0 13-5-1 DNP 6-3-0 3-0-0 2-1-1 0-0-0 FLORIDA GULF COAST 1/16/10 7-2-0 9-1-0 DNP 0-1-0 7-4-1 5-5-1 0-2-0 at Lipscomb 1/21/10 17-2-0 18-2-3 DNP 0-0-00 11-10-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 at Belmont 1/23/10 8-0-1 21-4-0 DNP 4-3-0 0-0-1 0-0-2 5-2-0 CAMPBELL 1/27/10 3-1-0 11-6-6 DNP 1-2-0 12-8-3 0-0-0 DNP LIPSCOMB 1/30/10 5-3-0 13-3-4 DNP 6-5-0 16-10-1 0-0-1 0-0-0 BELMONT 2/1/10 8-0-0 2-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 17-8-0 4-4-1 2-1-0 at Florida Gulf Coast 2/4/10 0-0-1 6-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 17-7-1 7-0-3 0-0-0 at Stetson 2/6/10 3-0-0 22-7-3 DNP 5-2-0 14-7-0 10-3-5 DNP KENNESAW STATE 2/12/10 0-0-1 6-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 17-7-1 7-0-3 0-0-0 MERCER 2/14/10 0-1-0 10-1-1 DNP 0-2-0 10-8-0 2-1-2 4-0-0 at Campbell 2/19/10 0-1-0 14-4-0 DNP 4-4-0 3-4-0 6-1-0 0-0-0 USC UPSTATE 2/21/10 3-0-1 12-2-2 DNP 2-1-0 2-2-0 5-3-3 0-12-0 at North Florida 2/25/10 0-0-1 10-4-0 DNP 2-2-0 8-6-0 10-2-1 2-5-0 at Jacksonville 2/27/10 DNP 15-2-0 DNP DNP 15-12-2 0-1-3 6-9-0 vs Campbell 3/4/10 2-1-0 32-5-1 DNP DNP 4-4-1 6-0-3 4-5-0 vs Kennesaw State 3/5/10 0-1-1 20-5-0 DNP DNP 9-4-3 0-3-0 2-1-1 at Mercer 3/6/10 0-0-0 13-9-1 DNP DNP 12-5-1 11-0-3 2-6-0 vs Kentucky 3/18/10 0-0-0 19-5-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 11-6-0 14-5-2 3-4-1

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2009-10 Box Scores Game #2 Box Score Chattanooga 85, ETSU 76 Nov. 17, 2009 -- Chattanooga, Tenn.

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

        

                                              



   

         

         



            

         

         





         



           

       

  

        

  

         



           

    

        

         

         





  

  

         

                                               

  

    

   

         

         



         

         

         

  

 

        

         

  



 



Game #3 Box Score Morgan State 72, ETSU 61 Nov. 19, 2009 -- Baltimore, Md.

         



             

    

           

           



        



           

                                                       

        



   

           

           



           

 

            

        

           





           



    

     

 

 

 

        

         



           

         

         

         

  

        

        

                                ���              



   

         

         

             



         

         

 

        

         

  

     



    

 

 

 

           

         



            

        

          

          





          

                                                   

        



   

          

          

          

          

          



 

 

        



          

  

             

         



             

        



    

    

           

           

           







        

                                                      



   

           

           

           

           

           



 

 

        



           

  

    

 

 

  

 

 

 



 

Summary: On a Homecoming day full of emotion, the ETSU men’s basketball team made the plays it needed to make in the final minutes to outlast rival Appalachian State 62-58 in the 2009-10 season opener Saturday afternoon inside Memorial Center ... In a game that began with a memorial service for former ETSU center Seth Coy (Washington, Ind.), who tragically died in a car accident last summer, the Buccaneers were the recipients of a fortuitous intentional foul call with a minute left in regulation and capitalized at the foul line with five makes in six tries to pick up the victory. A crowd of 5,562 fans looked on as sophomore guard Adam Sollazzo (Tampa, Fla.) – who roomed with Coy and now wears his No. 43 jersey – hit two of those free tosses with 16.2 seconds left to help ice the game ... Prior to the game, over 50 people from Coy’s hometown were on the Memorial Center floor, and Bartow presented his mother with a framed jersey. Those emotions seemed to wear on both the Bucs and Mountaineers, who struggled to find an offensive rhythm in the first half.

Summary: A double-double effort and career-high 26 points from junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) were not enough to overcome ETSU’s poor foul shooting and second half offensive struggles inside the McKenzie Arena, as the Buccaneers relinquished a nine-point second half lead to fall 85-76 to former Southern Conference rival Chattanooga ... The Bucs (1-1), who were a disappointing 14-of-29 from the charity stripe and hit only eight field goals in the second half, looked on as Chattanooga (2-0) went 22-of-27 from the foul line and outscored the Bucs 38-24 in the second half. ETSU senior guard Mike Smith (Vandalia, Mo.) was in street clothes on the bench and his offensive presence was missed in the loss ... The first 20 minutes was an offensive clinic by both teams, as the Bucs and Mocs torched the nets for a combined 99 points, with ETSU hitting 51 percent of its field goals and UTC matching those numbers with a 50 percent clip from the floor ... In the second half, the Bucs built their lead to as many as nine points early in the second half at 58-49, but a four-minute scoring drought allowed the Mocs to rally and ultimately build a lead of six points at 68-62 with 8:03 left in the game.

Summary: With the departures of graduated All-Atlantic Sun Conference players Courtney Pigram and Kevin Tiggs, and the knee injury that has sidelined senior guard and preseason all league pick Mike Smith (Vandalia, Mo.), the deck has been stacked against the ETSU men’s basketball team in the early going this year ... This was once again evident Thursday night against the defending Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champion Morgan State ... Shooting just 29 percent from the field and struggling offensively throughout the game, the Buccaneers trailed the Bears by as many as 22 points and ultimately dropped its second straight game 72-61 inside the Hill Field House. The Bucs (1-2) now have to regroup and prep for defending Big East Conference champion Louisville on Saturday at 4 p.m ... Despite the loss, a bright spot was once again the play of junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston), who finished with his second straight double-double thanks to a 19-point, 10-rebound effort. Along with Hubbard, junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) added 16 points.

Game #4 Box Score No. 20 Louisville 69, ETSU 56 Nov. 21, 2009 -- Louisville, Ky.

Game #5 Box Score ETSU 77, College of Charleston 71 Nov. 25, 2009 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

Game #6 Box Score ETSU 94, Arkansas 85 Nov. 27, 2009 -- Fayetteville, Ark.

  

  





          

         



           

     

  

    

         

         

         







        

                                              



   

         

         





         



         

         

         

  

 

        

  

             



             

        

         

    

           

           





                                                       

        

           

 

 

 

      

   

           

           



           

           

           

  

 

        

           

  

���          

        

          

    

        

        

        







        

                                          



   

        

        

        

        

        

 

 

        



        

  

 



     





  

         



           

        

         

               

          

                                               

        

         

        

 

 

 

      

 

         

  

    



 

Summary: Junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) scored a career-high 29 points and the ETSU men’s basketball team held off a late College of Charleston rally to drop the Cougars 77-71 in non-conference play inside Memorial Center ... A crowd of 3,105 looked on as the Bucs led by as many as 12 points multiple times during the game, but the Cougars used a 9-2 run late in the second half to pull within three points at 68-65 with 3:09 left in the regulation. However, from there the Bucs hit enough free throws to hold off their former Southern Conference rival, a team that is picked to win the SoCon this season. ... The Bucs did dominate the glass and hold the Cougars’ shooting attack in check. Meanwhile, along with Tubbs’ scoring ETSU got a double-double from Tommy Hubbard (Boston) with 13 points and 11 rebounds, while J.C. Ward (Marietta) provided 11 points and five boards in just 21 minutes of action ... Statistically, the Bucs only turned the ball over just 10 times in the game and committed just nine fouls in 40 minutes of action. ETSU improved somewhat at the foul line, hitting 63 percent (15-of-24) from the line, and held the Cougars to a 26 percent clip from 3-point range.

             

              

        

        





     

  

   





   

                                          

        

        

     



        

        

        

  

 

  

        

  



         

         

    



     



         

 

2010-2011 Media Guide





   

         



Summary: Outscoring No. 20 Louisville 35-32 in the second half, the ETSU men’s basketball team did not back down from its Big East Conference foe, but the Buccaneers still could not overcome a tough first half offensively as they fell 69-56 to the Cardinals in front of 19,179 at historic Freedom Hall ... Junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) sank four 3-pointers in the second half and scored a game-high 18 points in a contest that saw the Buccaneers’ defense hold Louisville to just 36 percent shooting from the floor. In addition, ETSU held its own on the glass against a much larger Louisville squad, finishing 44-44 in the rebounding category ... The Bucs stayed close in the early going, as a Tubbs’ 3-pointer made it 10-7 in favor of ETSU with 15:04 left. However, from there the Bucs went cold and did not score a field goal for over 10 minutes of game play, allowing the Cardinals to pull away by as many as 17 with 1:32 left before the intermission. At the break, it was 37-21 in favor of the Cardinals ... Yet in the second half, the Bucs reversed most of those trends, outrebounding Louisville 30-19 in the second half and making a more effective effort on the offensive end.







         

     



     

    



          

     

  

             

        

        







     

  

   



                                          

     

  



   

                 



        

        

        

        

  

    

        



 



 



 

Summary: Junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) posted a career-high 32 points and collected his fourth double-double in the last five games, leading the ETSU men’s basketball team to an impressive 94-85 road win over Southeastern Conference foe Arkansas Friday evening before 13,794 fans inside the Bud Walton Arena ... Along with Hubbard’s warrior-like effort, ETSU got a career-high 18 points from junior guard Micah Williams (Manchester), while junior transfer Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) pitched in his second straight 20-point effort with 21 points on 7-of-10 shooting from the floor. As a team, the Bucs were impressive offensively, shooting 59 percent from the floor, 79 percent from 3-point range and 76 percent from the foul line en route to a 94-point effort ... Along with the great offensive numbers, the Bucs out-rebounded the Hogs 36-23, which included a game-high 10 boards for Hubbard. ... After falling behind 19-12 with 14:28 left before the intermission, the Bucs found their offensive stride in a big way the rest of the half. ETSU outscored Arkansas 36-13 the rest of the way, shooting 57 percent (17-of-30) from the floor, 70 percent (7-of-10) from beyond the arc, and 100 percent (7-of-7) from the foul line, leading to a 48-32 halftime advantage ... The Bucs never trailed the rest of the way, though Arkansas did pull to within six points midway through the second half.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Game #1 Box Score ETSU 62, Appalachian State 58 Nov. 14, 2009 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

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2009-10 Box Scores Game #8 Box Score Tennessee 78, ETSU 66 Dec. 2, 2009 -- Knoxville, Tenn.

Game #7 Box Score ETSU 82, North Florida 56 Nov. 29, 2009 -- Johnson City, Tenn.   

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010



           

             

 ���   

        

                                                                                                       

        



            

              

    

                                                   

  

            

 

        

        

                                                                                                              

        

  

                                                       

  

             

  

        

  

 

 

        

         



          

 

    

        

        

        





        

                                           

        



   

        

        

        

        

        



 

 

        



        

  



          

         



            

        

    

          

          





          

                                                    

        



   

          

          

 

            



          

          

 

        

          

  

     



 

 

 

 

           

         



            

 

           

        

  

          

          





  

  

                                                  



   

          

          



             



          

          

 

        

          

  

          

         



          

    

        

        

        





        

                                           

        



   

        

        

        

        

   

        



        

        

    

      



    

 

 

 



 

Summary: Senior guard Mike Smith (Vandalia, Mo.) returned to the lineup and junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) continued his dominating play with his fifth double-double of the season, as the ETSU men’s basketball team opened Atlantic Sun Conference play with a convincing 82-56 victory over North Florida Sunday afternoon inside Memorial Center ... ETSU, now 4-3 overall, 1-0 in A-Sun play, got a game-high 25 points and 13 rebounds from Hubbard, while Smith pitched in 14 points and fellow junior guard Micah Williams (Manchester) added 12. The Buccaneers dominated in most every statistical category, outrebounding the Ospreys 38-28, forcing UNF into 25 turnovers and finishing with a 26-point cushion ... The Bucs blitzed out to a 9-2 lead early in the game, but UNF responded with its own 8-0 run to take its only lead of the contest at 10-9. However, that edge did not last long, as ETSU put together a 10-2 run to go up 19-12 and never looked back ... Smith’s return was highlighted by his first field goal of the season, which came after he stole a UNF inbounds pass and raced to the other end of the floor for a slam dunk.

Summary: Facing the nation’s No. 11-ranked Tennessee Volunteers, the ETSU men’s basketball team found itself within striking distance late, but was unable to make a run when it was needed and dropped a 78-66 contest Wednesday night inside Thompson-Boling Arena ... Junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville) posted a game-high 22 points, and the Bucs also got double-digit scoring from junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) with 11 and freshman point guard Sheldon Cooley (Tampa) with 10, but despite those efforts ETSU could do no more than give the Vols a significant scare ... Tennessee came out on fire in the first half, shooting 75 percent from the floor over the first 10 minutes of play and building a lead of as many as 14 points at 26-12 ... However, from there ETSU did not fold, outscoring the Vols 19-10 the rest of the way to finish the half just five back at 36-31 ... In the second half, the Bucs cut the Tennessee lead to three at 42-39 with 15:36 thanks to a layup by Tubbs. ETSU stayed within striking distance most of the way in the second half and trailed just 64-58 with 4:37 left, but an 8-3 spurt by UT ended with a three-point play by Tyler Smith that made it 72-61 with 1:25 left.

Summary: In a game full of emotion for ETSU head coach Murry Bartow and his father, Gene, the Buccaneers’ men’s basketball team was unable to overcome UAB’s strong inside game and fell 74-52 in the inaugural UAB Health System Gene Bartow Classic Friday night at Bartow Arena ... The Blazers outrebounded the Bucs 52-28 on the night and held a 22-5 advantage in second chance points to hand ETSU its most lopsided loss of the early season. Besides the nice moments for his father, there was not much to smile about for ETSU’s head coach ... The Bucs got double figure scoring from senior guard Mike Smith (Vandalia, Mo.) with 14 points, while junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) added 11. However, UAB got a double-double from Elijah Millsap with 11 ... ETSU got out of the gate with a strong start and led early when a Tubbs 3-pointer found the mark, making it 11-10 with 13:25 left in the first half. After the break, Smith came ready to play and scored nine quick points to power an ETSU rally that pulled the Bucs to within five points at 45-40 with 12:03 left in the game. Unfortunately for the Bucs, UAB responded to the run with a 9-0 spurt that pushed the lead to 14 at 64-50 with 9:43 left.

Game #10 Box Score ETSU 75, North Georgia 71 Dec. 10, 2009 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

Game #11 Box Score Murray State 61, ETSU 57 Dec. 12, 2009 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

Game #12 Box Score Morehead State 60, ETSU 58 Dec. 18, 2009 -- Morehead, Ky.

  

  





          



           

        

         

    

         

         





         

                                               

        



   

         

         

             

         

         



         

        

  

            



            

        

         

    

           

           

          

                                                   

        

        

 

 

 

         

         



           

        

    

         

         





  

  

         

                                               

  

    

   

         

         

         

  

         

         



         

  

        

  

 

   

          

          

          

  

           

          



          

    

      

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  



 

Summary: Junior guard Micah Williams (Manchester) scored a career-high 22 points and posted his first career double-double thanks to a 10-rebound effort, but more importantly it was his rebound and put back with six seconds left that sealed ETSU’s unexpectedly tough 75-71 win over North Georgia inside Brooks Gym ... Playing in front of a sellout crowd of 2,972 fans as part of a special “Back to Brooks” game, the Buccaneers wore special retro uniforms based after the 1968 squad. However, there was nothing special about the performance, as the Division II Saints overcame a 67-53 deficit in the final 2:56 to make it a two-point game at 73-71 with just 10 seconds left ... Williams was fouled and went to the line at that point, but missed both foul shots. However, even though ETSU had no players on the lane, Williams managed to weave his way through the Saints to grab the rebound and score a layup as time ran down ... Along with Williams’ double-double, junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) posted his sixth double-double of the year.

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             

     



             

 

  

  

 

Game #9 Box Score UAB 74, ETSU 52 Dec. 4, 2009 -- Birmingham, Ala.

            

         



             

     

  

    

           

           

           







        

                                                      

        



   

           

           



              

           

           



           

     

      

 

 

 



           

         



            

    

          

          

          

 

        



        

                                                  



   



          

          

          

          

  

          

          

  

        

  

         



         

        

         

    

       

       

       







        

                                      

        



   

       

       



       

       

       

       

  

    

      

 

 

 



 

 

Summary: Despite overcoming an 18-point second half deficit and actually taking the lead late in the game, the ETSU men’s basketball team could not get a basket when it counted in the final two minutes, dropping its first game at home this season in a 61-57 loss to Murray State at the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center ... The Buccaneers suffered through their worst offensive first half of the season and trailed 36-20 at the break. However, ETSU outscored Murray State – the preseason favorite in the Ohio Valley Conference – by a 37-25 clip in the second half and had a chance at the end ... Those players included Micah Williams, who finished with a game-high 18 points, while freshman guard Bruce Grimm (Rochester, Ind.) came off the bench to score 11 points and dish out three assists in the second half. Meanwhile, Murray State got a double-double effort from Ivan Aska with 17 points and 14 rebounds, while Danero Thomas added 12 for the Racers as they improved to an impressive 8-1 on the season.

Summary: Despite trailing by just two points to Morehead State with 34.8 seconds left, back-to-back turnovers by the ETSU men’s basketball team in the final 30 seconds ultimately cost the Buccaneers a chance at a road victory, as they fell to the Eagles 60-58 in non-conference action Friday evening at Johnson Arena ... After tying the game on a Jarvis Jones (Memphis) 3-pointer with 57 seconds left, Morehead State’s Maze Stallworth was fouled and hit both free throws. At that point, the Bucs first turned the ball over with just over five seconds left when junior Micah Williams (Manchester) dribbled the ball off his foot and out of bounds ... Then, after a pair of free throw misses by Morehead’s Kenneth Faried, senior guard Jocolby Davis (Meridian, Miss.) walked with the basketball as he raced to the other end for a desperation attempt to tie it ... The Bucs shot just 38 percent from the floor on the evening, and were outrebounded 44-30. ETSU was led offensively by Jones’ 14 points on 4-of-7 shooting from 3-point range, while junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) also added 14.

Buccaneer Basketball


2009-10 Box Scores Game #14 Box Score ETSU 63, USC Upstate 62 Jan. 4, 2010 -- Spartanburg, S.C.

  

           

             

    

        

           

           

           

                                                         

        



   

           

           





           



           

           

           

  

 

        

  

             

             

    

        

      

           

           

           

                                                         

        



   

           

           

               

           





           



  

        

  

 

 

          

    

        

        





  

  

        

                                           

  



   

        

        

        

  

        

        



        

        

     

         



           

    

        

         

         

         







  

  

 ��� 

                                              

  

 

 



   

         

         

         

  

         

         



         

  

        

  

        

         



           

              

         



        



         

                                               

        



   

         

         

         

  

         



         

         

  

        

  

           

         



            

     

  

    

          

          





          

                                                   

        



   

          

          

          

  

          



          

          

  

        

  

  



 

 





     



  





           

         



        



     





         







         



  

  

 

Game #15 Box Score ETSU 63, Kennesaw State 46 Jan. 7, 2010 -- Kennesaw, Ga.

  

 

 

 



 



 

 

Summary: Trailing by five at 27-22 with 6:39 left in the first half, the ETSU men’s basketball team was able to find its stride offensively and ultimately outscored Jacksonville by 28 points the rest of the game, winning 93-70 in a key early season Atlantic Sun Conference matchup at the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center ... A crowd of 3,271 looked on as four ETSU players scored in double figures, while junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) posted his seventh double-double of the season with 15 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Buccaneers’ attack ... While Hubbard finished with yet another double-double, junior guard Micah Williams (Manchester) pitched in a team high 17 points, junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) tossed in 16, and sophomore guard Jarvis Jones (Memphis) added 14 in the winning effort. Meanwhile, freshman point guard Bruce Grimm (Rochester, Ind.) made just his second career start and responded with six points, six assists and four steals, while turning the ball over just twice.

Summary: Despite giving up a 15-point lead over the final 10 minutes and facing a tie score with 58 seconds left, an unlikely scenario involving an injury to sophomore forward Isiah Brown (Miami) and a made foul shot by freshman forward Lukas Poderis (Tampa) lifted the ETSU men’s basketball team to a 63-62 win over USC Upstate in Atlantic Sun Conference basketball action inside the E.B. Hodge Center ... The Bucs – who scored a season-low 16 points in the second half – held a 58-43 lead with 10:12 left. In fact, the Bucs overcame six missed foul shots and two turnovers in the final minute to still manage a victory thanks to an unusual finish. ... When Upstate’s Carter Cook missed a potential game winner with 15 seconds left, Brown came down with the rebound and was fouled to the floor. The foul left Brown holding his right ankle and heading to the ETSU bench. By rule, USC Upstate coach Eddie Payne was then allowed to pick who would replace Brown at the line. ... Poderis hit the first shot of the one-and-one bonus, giving the Bucs the lead at 63-62.

Summary: Junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) posted his eighth double-double of the season and the ETSU men’s basketball team’s defensive efforts stymied the Kennesaw State Owls en route to a 63-46 victory in Atlantic Sun Conference action at the KSU Convocation Center ... Hubbard finished with a game-high 20 points and 14 rebounds, as the Bucs improved to 8-7 overall and a perfect 4-0 in A-Sun play. Meanwhile, KSU dropped to 5-10, 1-4 after being held to its lowest point total of the season and shooting just 31 percent from the field for the game ... In a rather ugly first half offensively for both teams, the Owls were simply worse and unable to solve the ETSU zone. The Bucs held KSU to a season-low 13 points in the first 20 minutes, as the Owls shot just 18 percent (5-of-28) from the floor. ETSU took advantage as Kennesaw sputtered, outscoring the Owls 14-4 in the paint and 12-4 on second chance points to take a 29-13 edge into the break ... The second half had the same look as the first, with the Bucs building their advantage to as many as 23 points and ultimately winning by 17. A huge edge for ETSU came in the paint, where the Bucs outscored the Owls, 34-18.

Game #16 Box Score Mercer 83, ETSU 78 Jan. 9, 2010 -- Macon, Ga.

Game #17 Box Score Stetson 54, ETSU 52 Jan. 14, 2010 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

Game #18 Box Score ETSU 73, Florida Gulf Coast 51 Jan. 16, 2010 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

          



            

    

        

         



   

          

          

          

          

          

          

          







 

 

          

                                                   

        



        





          



  

          



           

        

    

         

     ���    

         

                                                 

        

 

 

     



   

         

         

             

        



         

         

         

    

 

         



          

     

  

    

        

        

 

         

        

                                          



   

        

        

            





        



        

        

 

        

  

  

     





          





 

  

  

  

        



            

        

         

    

          

          





  

  

                                                   

  

          

        



   

          

          

          

          

          





 

 

          

  

     

 

 

 



 



 

Summary: All good things must come to an end, and Saturday afternoon against Mercer, the ETSU men’s basketball team watched as its perfect 8-0 all-time record against the Bears finally suffered a blemish ... Without the services of sophomore forward Isiah Brown (Miami), who missed the game with an ankle injury, the Buccaneers trailed 73-53 with 4:42 left in the game. However, ETSU made a spirited comeback over the final minutes only to fall short 83-78 during Atlantic Sun Conference action inside the University Center ... The Bucs shot just 38 percent from the floor for the game, while allowing Mercer a 49 percent clip. Mercer also shot 43 percent from 3-point range, which was critical as the Bears built their lead throughout the second half ... For ETSU, a major bright spot in the game was freshman guard Sheldon Cooley (Tampa, Fla.), who finished with a game-high 29 points and three steals. Meanwhile, junior guards Micah Williams (Manchester) and Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) finished with 18 and 12 points, respectively. ... For Mercer, preseason All A-Sun guard James Florence scored a game-high 22 points, while Jeff Smith added 17, E.J. Kusnyer pitched in 15 and Daniel Emerson had 13.

2010-2011 Media Guide

Summary: For the third time in five seasons, the ETSU men’s basketball team looked on as the Stetson Hatters came into the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center and left with an Atlantic Sun Conference victory ... The Buccaneers relinquished an 11-point halftime lead in front of 4,003 fans at the Mini-Dome, as Stetson went 10-of-25 from 3-point range to manage the 54-52 victory Thursday night. ETSU had a shot at the end to tie the game as Stetson’s A.J. Smith missed the front end of a one-and-one, but junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) went coast-to-coast only to have his layup attempt fall short at the buzzer ... ETSU led by eight 27-19 at the break, and though the game was not the up-and-down type that the Bucs would enjoy, they still held a somewhat comfortable lead. ... However, after a Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) 3-pointer found the bottom of the net to open the second half and make it 30-19 in favor of ETSU, Stetson went on a 19-5 run over the next nine minutes to take a 38-35 lead. ... ETSU tied the game at 46, but from there was never able to take the lead again. Even so, the Bucs did have a pair of opportunities to tie the game, but freshman guard Sheldon Cooley (Tampa) missed the front end of a one-and-one with 21 seconds left, and Hubbard had his shot miss the mark as time expired.

        

         



           

     

  

    

         

         





         

                                                

        



   

         

         



            



         

         

 

        

         

  

             



             

        

         

    

           

           





           

                                                        

        

        



   

           

           



 

           

           

           



           

     

     

 

 

 



 

Summary: In need of a bounce back performance, ETSU men’s basketball used a tenacious defensive effort to hold Florida Gulf Coast to just 10 points in the first half and ultimately cruised to a decisive 73-51 victory in Atlantic Sun Conference play at the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center ... The Buccaneers (9-9 overall, 5-2 A-Sun) ultimately forced the Eagles (5-12 overall, 2-6 A-Sun) into 26 turnovers and grabbed 11 steals, and held FGCU to 35 percent shooting from the floor and 23 percent from beyond the 3-point arc. Meanwhile, the Bucs got a game-high 21 points from junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston), and junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) pitched in 15 in the winning effort ... In the first half, ETSU fell behind 5-3 when a Reggie Chambers 3-pointer found the bottom of the net. However, from there the Bucs turned up the defensive pressure and used its trapping zone defense to stymie the Eagles. ETSU ultimately used a 17-0 run to power a strong first half and outscored FGCU 31-5 the rest of the half to lead 34-10 at the break ... It was the lowest first-half point total for an ETSU opponent this season ... The second half was no different, as the Bucs’ advantage grew to as many as 33 points at 65-32 with 7:30 left in the contest.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Game #13 Box Score ETSU 93, Jacksonville 70 Dec. 21, 2009 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

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2009-10 Box Scores Game #20 Box Score Belmont 100, ETSU 89 Jan. 23, 2010 -- Nashville, Tenn.

Game #19 Box Score ETSU 71, Lipscomb 69 Jan. 21, 2010 -- Nashville, Tenn.

  

  

         

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         



           

    

         

         



        

         





        

                                              



   

         

         

         

  

          

        





         

 



         

  

       

         



          

     

    

  

        

        

        

                                   

        

        



   

        

        

            



        

        

 

        

        

  

     

 

 

 

 

 

  



 

Game #21 Box Score ETSU 72, Campbell 57 Jan. 27, 2010 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

         

         



             

     

    

  

           

           







        

                                                      

 

   

           

           

           

           

           

 

 

        



           

  

            

         



            

    

        



           

          

          

   

                                                                                         



          

          

 

        

          

  

  

 

  

 

 

         

         



           

     

    

  

         

         





         

                                               

        



   



         

         

         



 

         

         

         

  

        

  

 



          

        



        

         



���          

    

        

        

        

        







        

                                          



   



        

        

        

        

        

        

  

 

        

  

     

 

 

 



 



 

 

Summary: Sophomore guard Jarvis Jones (Memphis) hit a 3-pointer from the right corner with .4 seconds left to give the ETSU men’s basketball team a thrilling 71-69 victory over Lipscomb in Atlantic Sun Conference action inside Allen Arena ... Jones came off the bench to play the point guard position and scored 17 points, but none were more important than the last three. Trailing 69-68 with 3.4 seconds left and the Bucs inbounding under their own basket, Jones dished the ball in to fellow sophomore Isiah Brown (Miami), who tossed the ball back to Jones for the game winner. ... The Bucs’ defensive efforts were impressive, especially holding the league’s leading scorer Adnan Hodzic to two points in the first half and a total of 13 for the game. Hodzic entered the game averaging 21.5 points, while his Lipscomb team began the night averaging 80.6 points a contest ... A layup from Lipscomb’s Josh Slater made it 67-66 with 1:47 left in the game. It was the first lead for the Bisons since the 5:24 mark of the first half, but the Bucs regained the lead on a layup by Hubbard with 50 seconds left, only to have Slater hit a pair of free throws with 20.9 second left to make it 69-68 ... That set up Jones.

Summary: One year ago, the ETSU men’s basketball team managed to solve the riddle of Belmont with two wins in three meetings. In the first matchup of the 2009-10 season between the two perennial Atlantic Sun Conference contenders, the confusion returned for the Buccaneers. ... Belmont sank 14 3-pointers, shot a blistering 51.9 percent from 3-point range, and connected on an equally impressive 55.1 percent from the field as the Bruins dropped the Bucs 100-89 Saturday afternoon inside the Curb Event Center. Belmont’s 100 points was the most scored by an ETSU opponent all season. The previous high was 85 points against Arkansas and UAB ... While ETSU scored a season high 67 second half points, the first half was another Belmont nightmare for the Bucs, whose trapping zone defense was shredded for eight 3-pointers by the Bruins in the first 20 minutes of play. In all, Belmont shot 53.3 percent from beyond the arc, 52.4 percent from the field, and built a lead of as many as 23 points before going to the halftime break, up 44-22.

Summary: Senior guard Jocolby Davis (Meridian, Miss.) hit a 30-foot 3-point basket with just under three minutes left in the game, sparking the ETSU offense and helping the Buccaneers surge to a 72-57 win over Campbell in Atlantic Sun Conference men’s basketball action Wednesday night at the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center ... Prior to Davis’ shot, the Bucs had looked on as the first-place Camels took an 18-point second half deficit and whittled away to make it 51-47 with 3:33 left in the contest. However, Davis’ shot was followed by back-to-back 3-pointers from junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) and the Bucs never let the Camels’ surge overtake them. ... After the intermission, ETSU built its lead to as many as 18 points at 40-22 with 17:17 left in the contest. But Campbell responded with a methodical attack that outscored the Bucs 25-11 over the next 14 minutes to make it 51-47 with 3:33 left. Then Davis responded with his heroics ... The Bucs shot 59 percent from the floor for the game and 50 percent from 3-point range. Campbell did force 20 ETSU turnovers, but the Bucs won the battle of the boards 33-26. ETSU’s defense held the Camels to just 39 percent shooting for the game.

Game #22 Box Score Lipscomb 85, ETSU 84 Jan. 30, 2010 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

Game #23 Box Score Belmont 74, ETSU 67 Feb. 1, 2010 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

Game #24 Box Score ETSU 56, Florida Gulf Coast 47 Feb. 4, 2010 -- Fort Myers, Fla.

        



          

        

         

             

        

        

                                             

        

  

  

  



   





        

        

        

        



  

 



        

        

        

  

           



           

        

         

    

         

         





                                               

        

         

  

  

  



   

         

         



         

         

         

  

 

        

         

  

     

 

 

 





 

  

  

  

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 



 

Summary: Lipscomb guard Josh Slater scored a career-high 35 points and fellow guard Jordan Burgason hit a jumper with four seconds left in overtime to give the Bisons a hard fought 85-84 overtime victory over the ETSU men’s basketball team in Atlantic Sun Conference action Saturday afternoon at the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center ... Slater and Burgason, who pitched in 13 points, were joined in double figures by forward Adnan Hodzic, who posted a double-double with 22 points and 12 rebounds. The Bisons’ win avenged the Bucs’ victory over Lipscomb just over a week ago, when ETSU guard Jarvis Jones (Memphis) hit a last second 3-pointer in regulation to lift the Bucs to a 71-69 win in Nashville ... The Bucs led for most of the game, though they never led by more than nine points. However, that largest lead of the contest came with just 6:17 left in the game. The Bucs built that lead thanks to an 8-2 offensive spurt that was capped by an unlikely 3-pointer from 6-foot-8 freshman forward Lukas Poderis (Port Richey, Fla.) which made it 67-58 in favor of the Bucs. However, that lead was short-lived, as Lipscomb answered with a 12-0 run of its own over the next two minutes to take a 70-67 lead with 4:09 left in the contest.

        



            

        

         

    

          

          





          

                                                   

        



   

          

          



 

          

          

          





          



         



 ���          

        

        

  

       

         



            

     

  

    

          

          

          







        

                                                  



   

          

          

              

          

          



          

  

        

  

          

    

         

         





                                               

        

         

        



   

         

         

         

         

         





 

 

         

  

     



  

 



 

 

 



 

Summary: Despite a 16-2 run that pulled the ETSU men’s basketball team to within two points in the final two minutes, freshman guard Sheldon Cooley (Tampa) missed a dunk that would have tied the game and the Belmont Bruins used the momentum shift of that moment to pull away for a 74-67 win in Atlantic Sun Conference action inside the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center ... A crowd of 4,137 fans looked on as the Bruins surged ahead to a 63-47 advantage with 6:23 left in the game. However, the Bucs used a frantic pace and fullcourt defense to force the issue in the final minutes, going on an offensive run that ultimately led to Cooley with the ball in his hands going to the basket. ... In the second half, the Bruins kept converting on the offensive end as the Bucs struggled to find their comfort zone in the halfcourt offense. The result was a Belmont lead that grew to as many as 17 points when an Ian Clark 3-pointer found the bottom of the net with 7:08 left in the game. ... However, the Bucs rallied thanks to a 3-pointer from Cooley, five straight points from sophomore forward Isiah Brown (Miami), four straight free throws from junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston), and four final points from Davis on a pair of free throws and a layup.

           

         



            

     

  

    

           

  

          

          





  

  

                                                  

        



          

   

          

              

          

          



          

     

     

 

 

 



 

Summary: Overcoming a 10-minute offensive drought to start the game, the ETSU men’s basketball team employed its pressure defense to wake up from the lull and snap a two-game losing streak with a 56-47 win over Florida Gulf Coast in Atlantic Sun Conference play at Alico Arena ... The Bucs (12-12 overall, 8-5 A-Sun) fell behind 10-1 and did not score its first field goal until the 10:16 mark of the first half. However, the team turned it around in time, getting strong offensive nights from a pair of Florida natives, as sophomore forward Isiah Brown (Miami) posted a game high 17 points and seven rebounds, and sophomore guard Adam Sollazzo (Tampa) added seven points, three assists and four steals in 26 minutes of play. ... In the second half the Bucs built their largest lead of the game so far at 31-28, but the Eagles came right back to retake the advantage 32-31 on a pair of free throws from Eddie Murray with 15:01 left in the game. FGCU tied it at 36-36 on a pair of baskets by Hunter Miller, but from there Brown scored nine of the Bucs next 20 points as ETSU outscored the Eagles 20-11 the rest of the way for the win ... The Bucs only had two players in double figures, with Brown being joined by junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) with 10 points.

Buccaneer Basketball


2008-09 Box Scores Game #26 Box Score ETSU 66, Kennesaw State 45 Feb. 12, 2010 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

        

         

          

    

        

        

        





        

                                           

        



   

        

        



        

        

        

  

 

        

        

  

           

         



           

        

    

         

         





  

  

         

                                               

  



   

         

         



         

         

         

  

 

        

         

  

     

 

 



 

 









  ���

  

  



Game #27 Box Score Mercer 82, ETSU 77 Feb. 14, 2010 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

           

         



            

     

  

    

          

          

          







        

                                                  



   

          

          

          

          

          



 

 

        



          

  

          

         



          

    

        

        

        

        







        

                                          

          

   

        

        

        

        

 

  

        

        



        

  

           

        

    

         

         

         







        

          

            

               

  



 



          

                                                    

        

  

 

          



        

  

 



   



         

         

         

         

  

         

         

  

        

         



    

                                              

  

 



         



 

 

 



   



          

          

          

          

          

          



 

 

        

  



 

Summary: Junior guard Micah Williams (Manchester) matched his career high with 22 points and junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) posted his 12th double-double of the year with 14 points and 10 rebounds, as the ETSU men’s basketball team completed a perfect road trip with its second straight win, defeating Stetson 75-60 in Atlantic Sun Conference action at the Edmunds Center. ... The Bucs shot a strong 56.3 percent from the floor and 40 percent from beyond the arc, holding Stetson to just 35 percent from the field. ETSU also outrebounded the Hatters 38-24 and outscored Stetson 30-22 in the paint. Along with Williams’ and Hubbard’s efforts, the Bucs also got 14 points and seven boards from sophomore forward Isiah Brown (Miami), while sophomore guard Adam Sollazzo (Tampa) added a 10-point, five-assist effort to the cause. ... After leading by nine at the half, the Bucs got the lead to 11 early on in the second half, but Stetson responded with a quick 5-0 spurt to make it 43-37 with 16:24 left in the game. The Hatters later got the deficit to just three at 48-45, but the Bucs pulled away late with a 15-7 run to make it 63-52 on a layup by Brown with 3:31 left in the game. From there, the Bucs only extended the lead at the foul line.

Summary: Sophomore forward Isiah Brown (Miami, Fla.) collected a careerhigh 15 rebounds and scored 14 points on the way to his fourth double-double performance of the season, as the ETSU men’s basketball team won its third straight game by defeating Kennesaw State in Atlantic Sun Conference action ... Brown also dished out four assists, grabbed four steals and blocked three shots in what was arguably the best performance of his collegiate career. Meanwhile, junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) posted a game-high 23 points, while fellow junior guard Micah Williams (Manchester) added 13 points in the winning effort ... After falling behind 2-0 early on, the Bucs went on an early 17-3 run thanks to a 3-point barrage from Tubbs and Williams. From there, the Bucs kept the pressure on as Tubbs hit each of his career-high five 3-pointers in the first half, and ETSU led by as many as 20 at 31-11 with just over four minutes left in the half. Kennesaw tried to cut into that lead in the final minutes before the intermission, but ultimately trailed 37-20 at the break. ... In the second half, the Owls did rally and cut the lead to 12 at 41-29, but a quick 8-0 spurt by the Bucs made it 49-29 and from there ETSU never looked back.

Summary: Going 25-of-25 at the free throw line before eventually finishing the game with a 33-of-40 clip at the charity stripe, the Mercer Bears took advantage of the ETSU men’s basketball team’s fouling woes on Sunday afternoon, dropping the Buccaneers 82-77 in Atlantic Sun Conference action at the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center ... Trailing 72-68 with just under three minutes left in the game, the Bucs missed out on their chance to pull closer by going 1-of-4 at the foul line. From there, Mercer responded by going 8-of-13 at the line to keep the Bucs from rallying ... It was a game of runs in the first half, as the Bucs went on a 7-0 stretch to make it 17-12 in favor of ETSU with 11:34 left in the half. However, from there ETSU did not score for six minutes of game time and Mercer took that opportunity to go on a 15-0 run and led 27-17 with 6:09 left before the intermission. The Bucs finally responded and outscored the Bears 17-10 the rest of the way to make it 37-34 at the break. ... In the second half, the Bears led by as many as 12 points at 56-44 at the 13:42 mark. The Bucs slowly battled back to make it a two-point game at 65-63 on a 3-pointer by junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.), but that was as close as ETSU could get the rest of the way.

Game #28 Box Score Campbell 79, ETSU 57 Feb. 19, 2010 -- Buies Creek, N.C.

Game #29 Box Score ETSU 63, USC Upstate 56 Feb. 21, 2010 -- Johnson City, Tenn.

Game #30 Box Score ETSU 61, North Florida 46 Feb. 25, 2010 -- Jacksonville, Fla.

  

              ��� 

        



            

  

  

    

  

          

          

          







        

 



   

                                                  

          

          



          

          

          

  

 

        

          

  

             

        



             

     

  

    

           

           

           

           





   

                                                      

           

           

               

        

           

           



           

     

      



 



 

  



 

Summary: Holding ETSU to its lowest first half point total of the season and leading by 16 at the break, the Campbell Camels poured it on in the second half, leading by as many as 33 points and ultimately taking a 79–57 win over the ETSU men’s basketball team in Atlantic Sun Conference action at Gore Arena. .... In front of a regional television audience on CSS and before 3,023 fans – the second largest crowd in Campbell basketball history – the Camels forced 22 turnovers and outscored the Bucs 29-12 off those miscues. ... The first half got off to a terrible start for the Bucs, as the Camels hit four 3-pointers in the first eight minutes and the Bucs struggled to find an offensive rhythm. That combination led to a 22-6 lead for Campbell at the 10:32 mark of the first half. ... ETSU managed to cut the lead to 12 three different times later in the half, but ultimately still trailed by 16 at 35-19 to end the half. At the intermission, the Camels had shot a strong 52 percent from the floor and even more impressive 67 percent (6-of-9) from 3-point range. Meanwhile, the Bucs hit on just 33 percent from the field. ... After the break, the story was the same for the Camels. Forcing turnovers and hitting from outside, the Camels led by as many as 33 points at 76-43 with 4:05 left.... The Bucs will return to action Sunday at 4 p.m., hosting USC Upstate on Senior Day inside the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center.

2010-2011 Media Guide

         



          

        



         

    

        

        

        







  

  

  

                                          



   

        

        

            





        



        

        

 

        

  

           



           

        

         

    

         

         





                                               

        

         

        



   

         

         



 

         

         

         



         

     

     

 

 

 



 

Summary: Trailing by as many as 18 points in the first half and allowing USC Upstate to shoot a blistering 63 percent from the floor before the intermission, the ETSU men’s basketball team put the clamps on defensively in the second half and rallied for a 63-56 victory in Atlantic Sun Conference action at the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center. ... Behind 56-51 with 4:08 left in the game, ETSU outscored the Spartans 12-0 to close out the contest, as junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) hit a 3-pointer with 1:44 left to make it 59-56 in favor of the Bucs. The Spartans were held to just 30 percent shooting in the second half and ETSU outscored Upstate 34-19 in the final 20 minutes to get the win. ... The player of the game for ETSU was sophomore forward J.C. Ward (Marietta, Ga.), who despite not scoring a point in the contest still grabbed 12 rebounds, and managed to stop the Spartans’ 7-foot center Nick Schneiders on the offensive end. Prior to Ward being inserted into the game, Shneiders had scored 16 first-half points, and was ultimately held to just 22 for the game. ... Early in the game, the Bucs had literally no answer for the Spartans’ offense. Schneiders scored basically at will, and from the outside Upstate hit on 5-of-9 from 3-point range to build a large lead.

         

         



            

        

    

          

          





          

                                                   

        



   

          

          



            

          

          



          

  

        

  

���           

         



           

     

  

    

         

         

   



  

                                               

  

         

        



   

         

         



            



         

         

         

    

      

 

 

 



 

Summary: Forcing North Florida into 19 turnovers and outscoring the Ospreys 23-7 off those miscues, the ETSU men’s basketball team’s play on the defensive end proved critical as the Buccaneers enjoyed a 61-46 victory in Atlantic Sun Conference action Thursday night at the UNF Arena. ... While the Bucs held UNF to just 30 percent shooting for the game and swiped 10 steals, ETSU got a teamhigh 14 points from freshman guard Sheldon Cooley (Tampa) in the victory. In addition, ETSU got 10 points apiece from guards Adam Sollazzo (Tampa) and Micah Williams (Manchester), as the Bucs’ bench outscored the Ospreys’ subs, 28-12. ... The Bucs managed to win despite shooting just 43.5 percent (10-of-23) from the free throw line, but ETSU did hit on 42 percent from the field. UNF held a 46-36 edge on the boards, but the Ospreys were just 2-of-21 from beyond the 3-point arc. ... Leading 30-19 at the break, the Bucs kept the defensive pressure on the Ospreys early and used multiple UNF turnovers to build their lead to as many as 16 at 39-23 with 16:19 left in the game. UNF managed to cut that advantage to nine points midway through the second half, but that would be as close as the Ospreys would get.

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Game #25 Box Score ETSU 75, Stetson 60 Feb. 6, 2010 -- DeLand, Fla.

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2009-10 Box Scores Game #31 Score Game #31Box Box Score ETSU 64, ETSUJacksonville 90, Stetson 76 62 Feb. 27, 2010 -Jacksonville, March 4, 2009 -- Nashville, Tenn. Fla.

Game #32 Score Game #32Box Box Score ETSU 72,88,Campbell ETSU Belmont 74 64 March 4, 2010 -Macon, Ga. March 6, 2009 -- Nashville, Tenn.

  

       

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         



         

        

    

       

       





  

  

       

                                       

  

   



       

       

       

       

       



 

 



       

        

  

         



           

     

  

    

          

          

                                               

        

         



   

         

         

         

         

  

        

 

        

 

 

 

    

  

        

        

        







        

                                          

         

  

 

Summary: Building a 19-point lead with only seven minutes left in the game, the ETSU men’s basketball team watched the Jacksonville Dolphins battle back to pull to within one point with less than a minute remaining. However, JU’s Ben Smith missed a desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer to give ETSU a 64-62 victory in Atlantic Sun Conference action Saturday afternoon at the Veterans Memorial ... Jacksonville fell on its home floor despite outscoring the Bucs 22-5 over the final seven minutes of the game. The Bucs (17-15 overall, 13-7 A-Sun) got a double-double from sophomore forward Isiah Brown (Miami, Fla.), who scored 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, while junior guard Micah Williams (Manchester) added 15 points and junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) netted 12. ... The ETSU advantage got to 19 at 59-40 with 7:45 remaining in the game, but JU responded with a 22-4 run over the next seven minutes to make it 61-60 with 45 seconds left. ... At that point, however, a missed 3-pointer by Tubbs with 10 seconds left was rebounded by Williams, who was fouled by JU’s Travis Cohn. With 8.2 seconds left, Williams hit one of two foul shots to make it 64-62, but Smith’s 3-pointer missed as time expired.

    

       

       

       







        

 

 

 

     

         

          



    

  

    

        

        





        

                                           

        

          

          





                                                   

        



   



        

        

        

        

        



  

        

  

          

        



   



          

          

          

          

          

          

  

    

    

 

        

         



          

     

  

    

        

        





        

                                           

        



   

        

        



           



        

        

 

        

        

  

                                      



   

       

       



       

       

       

  

 

        

       

  

         

         



          

    

        

        

        





                                           

        

        

        



   

        

        



        

        

        

        

  

    

     

 

 

 



 

Summary: Freshman forward J.C. Ward (Marietta, Ga.) sank a critical jump shot, blocked an attempted score and pulled down an important defensive rebound in the final seconds, as the No. 5-seeded ETSU men’s basketball team rallied from a 15-point first-half deficit to take a hard-fought 69-64 win over No. 8-seeded Kennesaw State in the semifinals of the 2010 General Shale Brick Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament at the University Center on the campus of Mercer University. ... The Buccaneers, who are the defending A-Sun Tournament champions, led the game 63-62 with 59 seconds left when Ward sank his 18-foot jumper to make it 65-62, and he later grabbed a missed foul shot by the Owls to help seal the win. Junior guards Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) and Micah Williams (Manchester) then combined to hit four straight free throws down the stretch, helping send the Bucs to their second straight A-Sun championship game. ... Along with Ward’s play down the stretch, Williams returned from his career-best 32-point effort in Thursday’s quarterfinal win to score a team-high 20 points against the Owls. In addition, junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston) pitched in 18 points, while freshman Sheldon Cooley (Tampa) had 11.

  

        

         

    

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

        

            

  

        

Game #35 Box Score Kentucky 100, ETSU 71 March 18, 2010 -- New Orleans



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        

Summary: Junior guard Micah Williams (Manchester) chose the perfect time to play the game of his life. ... Scoring a career-high 32 points and setting a personal best with nine made field goals, Williams powered the No. 5-seeded ETSU men’s basketball team to a second half rally and a 72-64 victory over No. 4-seeded Campbell in the quarterfinals of the 2010 General Shale Brick Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Thursday afternoon at the University Center on the campus of Mercer University ... Campbell, which was one of four teams in the A-Sun to share the regular season title, led throughout the game before the Bucs finally took the lead at 34-33 with 13:49 left. ETSU did not relinquish the lead the rest of the way. ... It indeed worked, as the Bucs took a 25-21 halftime deficit and scored 51 points after the break. Defensively, it was Bartow’s decision to leave the Bucs’ man-to-man and go to a zone defense midway through the second half that finally put the brakes on the Campbell offense. ... Along with Williams’ effort – which included a 9-of-14 clip from the field, a 4-of-6 mark from 3-point range and a perfect 10-of-10 showing from the foul line – the Bucs also got 18 points and eight rebounds from junior forward Tommy Hubbard (Boston).

         



        

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        

 





        



  



        



Game #34 Box Score ETSU 72, Mercer 66 March 6, 2010 -- Macon, Ga.

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        

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  



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   

        

         



        

  

     

          

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

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                   

         



     

 



 

        

         

  

  

 

Game #33 Score Game #33Box Box Score ETSU 69, State ETSUKennesaw 85, Jacksonville 68 64 March Macon, Ga. March5,7,2010 2009 ---Nashville, Tenn.

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 

Summary: A 2009-10 season that began with the tragic death of rising sophomore Seth Coy (Washington, Ind.) in a car accident ended in celebration, as the ETSU men’s basketball team earned its second straight trip to the NCAA Tournament by virtue of a 72-66 win over host Mercer in the finals of the 2010 General Shale Brick Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament at the University Center. ... In a game that featured four lead changes and four ties, the Buccaneers (20-14) never led by more than seven points in the second half, but made plays down the stretch to get the win. Among those plays were a timely 3-pointer from junior guard Justin Tubbs (Trussville, Ala.) with just over a minute to play that made it a 65-61 game, a drawn charge by freshman forward J.C. Ward (Marietta, Ga.) on Mercer’s next possession with 59 seconds left, and a 9-of-12 effort from the foul line over the final minute. ... With the win, the Bucs will make the program’s ninth trip all-time to the NCAAs, which includes four trips to the dance over the last eight years. And the Bucs also enjoy their third A-Sun title in four seasons. ... The Bucs placed three players on the all-tournament squad, led by tournament MVP Micah Williams.

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            

              

        

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                                                                                                              

        

        

             

                                                       

  

             

     

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            

              

        

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                                                                                                                                                                                                        

        

        

  

      

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Summary: Giving up a season-high 54 points in the first half and facing a team that was hitting on all cylinders offensively, the 16th-seeded ETSU men’s basketball team had no answers for No. 1 seed Kentucky Thursday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the New Orleans Arena ... The Wildcats, considered by many to be the most talented team in the tournament, certainly looked and played like a team destined to win a national championship en route to a 100-71 victory over the Buccaneers. It was the largest deficit in ETSU’s nine trips to March Madness ... Kentucky (33-2) definitely shot the ball much better than the Bucs had expected, making a season-high 15 3-pointers, shooting 52 percent from the field, and 46 percent from beyond the arc. In addition, the Wildcats posted an impressive 27 assists on 31 made field goals ... Individually, the Cats were led by guard Eric Bledsoe, who netted a game-high 29 points and was 8-of-9 from 3-point range. Meanwhile, forward Patrick Patterson posted 22 and guard John Wall had 17.

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College of Charleston

General Information Location: Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment: 5,936 Colors: Navy, Red and White Founded: 1951 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Mike Strickland Home Court: Curb Event Center

General Information Location: Buies Creek, N.C. Enrollment: 5,710 Colors: Orange and Black Founded: 1887 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Stan Williamson Home Court: Gore Arena/Pope Convocation Center

General Information Location: Charleston, S.C. Enrollment: 11,617 Colors: Maroon, Gold, and White Founded: 1770 Conference: Southern Athletic Director: Joe Hull Home Court: Carolina First Arena/John Kresse Court

Media Information Basketball SID: Greg Sage Office Phone: 615-460-6698 SID Fax: 615-460-5584 Sage’s e-mail: greg.sage@belmont.edu Web site: www.belmontbruins.com Press Row Phone: 615-460-8554

Media Information Basketball SID: Stan Cole Office Phone: 910-893-1331 SID Fax: 910-893-1330 Cole’s e-mail: cole@campbell.edu Web site: www.gocamels.com Press Row Phone: 910-814-5541

Media Information Basketball SID: Marlene Navor Office Phone: 843-953-6720 SID Fax: 843-953-6543 Navor’s e-mail: navorma@cofc.edu Web site: www.CofCSports.com Press Row Phone: 843-953-6554

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Rick Byrd (Tennessee, 1976) Career Record: 580-328 (29 years) Record at BEL: 488-273 (24 years) Asst. Coaches: Casey Alexander, Brian Ayers, Roger Idstrom

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Robbie Laing (Troy State, 1982) Career Record: 72-131 (7 years) Record at CAMP: Same Asst. Coaches: Brian Berg, Ryan Ridder, Quinton Sawyer

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bobby Cremins (South Carolina, 1970) Career Record: 541-356 (29 years) Record at CofC: 87-49 (4 years) Asst. Coaches: Mark Byington, Fred Dupree, Andrew Wilson

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 19-12 2009-10 Conf. Record: 14-6 Starters Ret./Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 11/2 Series Record: ETSU leads 8-7 First Meeting: 1955 Streak: ETSU won 1

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 19-11 2009-10 Conf. Record: 14-6 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 6/6 Series Record: ETSU leads 10-2 First Meeting: 1978 Streak: ETSU won 1

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 22-12 2009-10 Conf. Record: 14-4 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 10/4 Series Record: Charleston leads 3-7 First Meeting: 1999 Streak: Charleston won 2

2010-11 Schedule N 16 at Tennessee (NIT Season Tip-Off) N 17 vs. Missouri State/Arkansas State (NIT Season Tip-Off) N 22-23 NIT Season Tip-Off Consolation Round N 24-26 NIT Season Tip-Off N 29 at Tennessee State D2 Mercer D4 at Vanderbilt D7 Middle Tennessee State D 16 Kennesaw State D 18 at Troy D 20 at Alabama State D 23 at Tennessee D 30 Miami (Ohio) J3 at Florida Gulf Coast J5 at Stetson J8 North Florida J 10 Jacksonville J 13 Lipscomb J 15 Campbell J 21 at USC Upstate J 23 at ETSU J 25 at Lipscomb J 28 Florida Gulf Coast J 30 Stetson F3 at Jacksonville F5 at North Florida F 12 at Campbell F 17 ETSU F 19 USC Upstate F 24 at Mercer F 26 at Kennesaw State

2010-11 Schedule N 12 at Virginia Tech N 15 at East Carolina N 19 Middle Tennessee State (Auburn Tournament) N 20 at Auburn (Auburn Tournament) N 21 Samford (Auburn Tournament) N 27 Longwood N 29 Johnson C. Smith D 10 Western Carolina D 16 at USC Upstate D 22 UNC Wilmington D 30 at ETSU J3 Jacksonville J5 North Florida J7 Kennesaw State J 10 Mercer J 15 at Belmont J 17 at Lipscomb J 20 Florida Gulf Coast J 22 Stetson J 25 at Longwood J 29 at North Florida J 31 at Jacksonville F5 at Mercer F7 at Kennesaw State F 10 Lipscomb F 12 Belmont F 17 at Stetson F 19 at Florida Gulf Coast F 24 ETSU F 26 USC Upstate

2010-11 Schedule N 10 at Maryland N 13 at Holy Cross N 16 Coastal Carolina N 19 vs. Rhode Island (2K Sports Classic) N 20 vs. Illinois-Chicago (2K Sports Classic) N 21 at Toledo (2K Sports Classic) N 28 at North Carolina D2 Davidson D4 Georgia Southern D7 ETSU D 15 at Charleston Southern D 22 Clemson D 31 at Tennessee J2 at Morehead State J6 at Furman J8 at Wofford J 15 The Citadel J 17 at Chattanooga J 20 Western Carolina J 22 Appalachian State J 26 at Georgia Southern J 29 at Davidson F3 Wofford F5 Furman F9 at Elon F 12 UNC-Greensboro F 17 at The Citadel F 18/19 ESPN BracketBusters F 21 Samford F 24 at Appalachian State F 26 at Western Carolina

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General Information Location: Dayton, OH Enrollment: 7,400 Colors: Red and Blue Founded: 1850 Conference: Atlantic 10 Athletic Director: Tim Wabler Home Court: Tom Blackburn Court at the University of Dayton Arena Media Information Basketball SID: Doug Hauschild Office Phone: 937-229-4390 SID Fax: 937-229-4461 Hauschild’s e-mail: sid@udayton.edu Web site: www.DaytonFlyers.com Press Row Phone: 931-449-2855 Coaching Staff Head Coach: Brian Gregory (Michigan State, 1992) Career Record: 150-80 (7 years) Record at Dayton: Same Asst. Coaches: Billy Schmidt, Cornell Mann, Jon Borovich Team Information 2009-10 Record: 25-12 2009-10 Conf. Record: 8-8 (7th) Starters Ret./Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 9/7 (7/5 not including walk-ons) Series Record: Dayton leads 1-0 First Meeting: 2007 Streak: Dayton won 1 2010-2011 Schedule N1 Grand Valley State N6 Findlay N 13 Mount Saint Mary’s N 16 Akron N 20 at Ole Miss N 22 Savannah State N 24 Florida A&M N 27 at Cincinnati (U.S. Bank Arena) D1 ETSU D4 Miami D7 Central Connecticut State D 11 at Old Dominion D 18 Western Carolina D 20 Winthrop D 22 at Seton Hall D 29 George Mason J1 New Mexico J5 at Saint Louis J9 at Massachusetts J 12 Saint Joseph’s J 15 at Xavier J 22 Fordham J 25 Richmond J 30 at Duquesne F2 St. Bonaventure F5 at La Salle F9 at Rhode Island F 12 Temple F 16 at Charlotte F 19 Duquesne F 27 Xavier M2 Saint Louis M5 at George Washington

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Florida Gulf Coast General Information Location: Fort Myers, Fla. Enrollment: 12,000 Colors: Cobalt Blue and Emerald Green Founded: 1997 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Ken Kavanagh Home Court: Alico Arena Media Information Basketball SID: Patrick Pierson Office Phone: 239-590-7061 SID Fax: 239-590-7014 Pierson’s e-mail: ppierson@fgcu.edu Web site: www.fgcuathletics.com Press Row Phone: TBA Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dave Balza (Michigan, 1991) Career Record: 143-101 (8 years) Record at FGCU: Same Asst. Coaches: Tae Norwood, Leo Miller Team Information 2009-10 Record: 8-21 2009-10 Conf. Record: 5-15 Starters Ret./Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 8/8 Series Record: ETSU leads 4-1 First Meeting: 2008 Streak: ETSU won 3 2010-11 Schedule N 12 at Indiana N 16 Southeast Missouri N 20 at Grambling N 22 at Arkansas N 27 Miami D2 at North Florida D4 at Jacksonville D 15 at Ohio State D 21 NC Central D 27 IUPUI J3 Belmont J5 Lipscomb J8 at ETSU J 10 at USC Upstate J 14 Kennesaw State J 16 Mercer J 20 at Campbell J 25 at Stetson J 28 at Belmont J 30 at Lipscomb F4 ETSU F6 USC Upstate F 10 at Kennesaw State F 12 at Mercer F 14 at Western Kentucky F 19 Campbell F 21 Stetson F 24 Jacksonville F 26 North Florida

Jacksonville General Information Location: Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment: 3,436 Colors: Green and Gold Founded: 1934 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Alan Verlander Home Court: Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, Swisher Gymnasium Media Information Basketball SID: Joel Lamp Office Phone: 904-256-7409 SID Fax: 904-256-7424 Lamp’s e-mail: jlamp@ju.edu Web site: www.JUDolphins.com Press Row Phone: TBA Coaching Staff Head Coach: Cliff Warren (Mount St. Mary’s, 1990) Career Record: 72-80 (3 years) Record at JU: Same Asst. Coaches: Darryl Bruce, Winston Neal, Trevor Quinn Team Information 2009-10 Record: 20-13 2009-10 Conf. Record: 14-6 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 6/7 Series Record: ETSU leads 6-4 First Meeting: 1972 Streak: ETSU won 3 2010-11 Schedule N 12 at Miami N 16 Savannah State N 20 Florida Tech N 24 at Samford N 27 at Auburn D2 Stetson D4 Florida Gulf Coast D 12 at Winthrop D 15 at St. Louis D 20 at Florida D 30 Bethune-Cookman J3 at Campbell J8 at Lipscomb J 10 at Belmont J 13 USC Upstate J 15 ETSU J 20 at Mercer J 22 at Kennesaw State J 26 at North Florida J 31 Campbell F3 Belmont F5 Lipscomb F8 North Florida F 11 at ETSU F 13 at USC Upstate F 18 Kennesaw State F 20 Mercer F 24 at Florida Gulf Coast F 26 at Stetson

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Dayton

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Opponents

Kennesaw State

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Kentucky

Lipscomb

General Information Location: Kennesaw, Ga. Enrollment: 22,389 Colors: Black and Gold Founded: 1963 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Scott Whitlock Home Court: KSU Convocation Center

General Information Location: Lexington, Ky. Enrollment: 27,000 Colors: Blue and White Founded: 1865 Conference: Southeastern Athletic Director: Mitch Barnhardt Home Court: Rupp Arena

General Information Location: Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment: 3,418 Colors: Purple and Gold Founded: 1891 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Philip Hutcheson Home Court: Allen Arena

Media Information Basketball SID: Scott Lipsky Office Phone: 678-797-2948 SID Fax: 770-423-6665 Lipsky’s e-mail: slipsky@kennesaw.edu Web site: www.ksuowls.com Press Row Phone: N/A

Media Information Basketball SID: DeWayne Peevy Office Phone: 859-227-1779 SID Fax: 859-323-4310 Peevy’s e-mail: dewayne.peevy@uky.edu Web site: www.UKathletics.com Press Row Phone: 859-252-3602

Media Information Basketball SID: Trevor Garrett Office Phone: 615-966-5990 SID Fax: 615-966-1806 Garrett’s e-mail: trevor@lipscombsports.com Web site: www.lipscombsports.com Press Row Phone: 615-966-7051

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Tony Ingle (Huntingdon, 1975) Career Record: 240-192 (14 years) Record at KSU: 170-142 (10 years) Asst. Coaches: Dave Houle, Che Roth, Montez Robinson

Coaching Staff Head Coach: John Calipari (Clarion, 1982) Career Record: 480-143 (18 years) Record at UK: 35-3 (1 year) Asst. Coaches: John Robic, Orlando Antigua, Kenny Payne

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Scott Sanderson (South Carolina, 1984) Career Record: 264-177 (14 seasons) Record at Lipscomb: 180-152 (11 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Shaun Senters, Jay Walton, Pete Froedden

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 35-3 2009-10 Conf. Record: 14-2 Starters Ret./Lost: 1/4 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 4/9 Series Record: Kentucky leads 3-0 First Meeting: 1981 Streak: Kentucky won 3

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 17-13 2009-10 Conf. Record: 14-6 (Tie-First) Starters Ret./Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 12/2 Series Record: ETSU leads 25-8 First Meeting: 1951 Streak: Lipscomb won 1

2010-11 Schedule N 12 ETSU N 19 at Portland N 22-24 Maui Invitational N 30 Boston University D4 at North Carolina D8 Notre Dame D 11 Indiana D 18 Mississippi Valley State D 22 Winthrop D 28 Coppin State D 31 at Louisville J3 Penn J8 at Georgia J 11 Auburn J 15 LSU J 18 at Alabama J 22 at South Carolina J 29 Georgia F1 at Ole Miss F5 at Florida F8 Tennessee F 12 at Vanderbilt F 15 Mississippi State F 19 South Carolina F 23 at Arkansas F 26 Florida M1 Vanderbilt M6 at Tennessee

2010-11 Schedule N4 Trevecca N 12 at North Carolina N 15 Stillman College N 18 Austin Peay N 22 at Baylor N 27 at UT-Martin D4 Mercer D7 at Austin Peay D 11 at Tennessee Tech D 18 Kennesaw State D 21 at Alabama D30 at Memphis J3 at Stetson J5 at Florida Gulf Coast J8 Jacksonville J 10 North Florida J 13 at Belmont J 17 Campbell J 21 at ETSU J 23 at USC Upstate J 26 Belmont J 28 Stetson J 30 Florida Gulf Coast F3 at North Florida F5 at Jacksonville F 10 at Campbell F 17 USC Upstate F 19 ETSU F 24 at Kennesaw State F 26 at Mercer

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 13-20 2009-10 Conf. Record: 7-13 Starters Ret./Lost: 4/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 7/7 Series Record: ETSU leads 9-1 First Meeting: 2006 Streak: ETSU won 9 2010-11 Schedule N 12 Georgia Southwestern N 15 Georgia Tech N 17 Chattanooga N 20 at Alabama State N 22 Northern Arizona N 24 at Iowa State N 26 at Creighton D 11 at SIU-Edwardsville D 16 at Belmont D 18 at Lipscomb D 22 at Fordham D 28 at Wyoming J3 USC Upstate J5 ETSU J7 at Campbell J 14 at Florida Gulf Coast J 16 at Stetson J 20 North Florida J 22 Jacksonville J 25 Mercer J 29 at ETSU J 31 at USC Upstate F7 Campbell F 10 Florida Gulf Coast F 12 Stetson F 15 at Mercer F 18 at Jacksonville F 20 at North Florida F 24 Lipscomb F 26 Belmont

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Opponents

General Information Location: Macon, Ga. Enrollment: 8,000 Colors: Orange and Black Founded: 1833 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Jim Cole Home Court: University Center Media Information Basketball SID: Dave Beyer Office Phone: 478-301-2735 SID Fax: 478-301-5350 Beyer’s e-mail: beyer_md@mercer.edu Web site: www.mercerbears.com Press Row Phone: 478-301-5161

Milligan General Information Location: Milligan College, TN Enrollment: 1.130 Colors: Black and Orange Founded: 1866 Conference: ACC (Appalachian Athletic Conference)/ Division II Athletic Director: Ray Smith Home Court: Steve Lacy Fieldhouse Media Information Basketball SID: Matt Laws Office Phone: 423-461-8980 SID Fax: N/A Laws’ e-mail: sportsinfo@milligan.edu Web site: www.milliganbuffs.com Press Row Phone: N/A

Mississippi General Information Location: Oxford, Miss. Enrollment: 19,536 Colors: Cardinal Red and Navy Blue Founded: November 6, 1848 Conference: Southeastern (SEC) Athletic Director: Pete Boone Home Court: C.M. “Tad” Smith Coliseum Media Information Basketball SID: Joey Jones Office Phone: 662-915-7526 SID Fax: 662-915-7006 Jones’ e-mail: joeyj@olemiss.edu Web site: www.olemisssports.com Press Row Phone: 662-236-1931

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bob Hoffman (Oklahoma Baptist, 1979) Career Record: 433-202 (19 years) Record at Mercer: 33-32 (2 years) Asst. Coaches: Spencer Wright, Paul Johnson, Doug Esleek,

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bill Robinson (The King’s College, 1991) Career Record: 232-280 (17th Season) Record at Milligan: 10-21 (2nd Season) Asst. Coaches: Aaron Collazo

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Andy Kennedy (UAB, 1991) Career Record: 106-63 (Five Years) Record at Ole Miss.: 85-50 (Four Years) Asst. Coaches: Michael White, Owen Miller, and Torrey Ward

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 16-17 2009-10 Conf. Record: 10-10 Starters Ret./Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 7/5 Series Record: ETSU leads 9-2 First Meeting: 1971 Streak: ETSU won 1

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 10-21 2009-10 Conf. Record: 5-11 (7th) Starters Ret./Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 6/9 Series Record: N/A First Meeting: N/A Streak: N/A

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 24-12 2009-10 Conf. Record: 9-7 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 12/2 Series Record: Mississippi leads 7-5 First Meeting: 1953 Streak: Mississippi won 1

2010-11 Schedule N 12 Oglethorpe N 14 at Texas-El Paso N 20 Harvard N 23 at Florida State N 26 vs. Western Carolina N 27 at William and Mary N 28 vs. Gardner-Webb D2 at Belmont D4 at Lipscomb D 10 Navy D 23 Georgia D 30 Charlotte D 31 at Georgia Tech J3 ETSU J5 USC Upstate J 10 at Campbell J 14 at Stetson J 16 at Florida Gulf Coast J 20 Jacksonville J 22 North Florida J 25 at Kennesaw State J 29 at USC Upstate J 31 at ETSU F5 Campbell F 10 Stetson F 12 Florida Gulf Coast F 15 Kennesaw State F 18 at North Florida F 20 at Jacksonville F 24 Belmont F 26 Lipscomb

2010-11 Schedule N3 at UVA-Wise N9 at Southern Wesleyan University N 12 Cincinnati Christian N 13 UVA-Wise N 16 Warren Wilson College N 18 at Tennessee Temple University N 23 Alice Lloyd College N 27 at ETSU N 29 King College D1 Tennessee Temple University D4 Southern Wesleyan University D 11 at Charleston Southern D 14 at Point Loma Nazarene D 16 at San Diego Christian D 29 at North Carolina Central D 30 at Appalachian State University J3 at Alice Lloyd College J5 Tennessee Wesleyan College J8 Bluefield College J 12 at Bryan College J 15 at Virginia Intermont J 19 at Union College J 22 Montreat College J 26 at Reinhardt College J 29 at Tennessee Wesleyan College F2 at Bluefield College F5 Bryan College F9 Virginia Intermont F 12 Union College F 16 at Montreat College F 19 Reinhardt College

2010-11 Schedule N 12 Arkansas State N 17 Murray State N 20 Dayton N 26 Penn State N 30 at Miami D4 Southern Miss D 11 at Arkansas-Little Rock D 13 Mississippi Valley State D 18 ETSU (Cancun Governor’s Cup) D 22 vs. Texas State (Cancun Governor’s Cup) D 23-24 Cancun Governor’s Cup D 30 Alcorn State J2 Southeastern Louisiana J5 at SMU J8 at Florida J 13 Mississippi State J 15 Georgia J 19 at Vanderbilt J 22 at LSU J 29 Tennessee F1 Kentucky F5 at Arkansas F9 LSU F 12 at Alabama F 16 Auburn F 19 at Mississippi State F 22 at South Carolina F 26 Alabama M2 at Auburn M5 Arkansas

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Mercer

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Opponents

Mississippi State

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Murray State

North Florida

General Information Location: Starkville, MS Enrollment: 19,644 Colors: Maroon (PMS 202) and White Founded: February 28, 1878 Conference: SEC (Western Division) Athletic Director: Scott Stricklin Home Court: Humphrey Coliseum

General Information Location: Murray, Kent. Enrollment: 10,078 Colors: Navy and Gold Founded: 1922 Conference: Ohio Valley Athletic Director: Allen Ward Home Court: Regional Special Events Center

General Information Location: Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment: 15,429 Colors: Navy Blue and Gray Founded: 1965 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Lee Moon Home Court: UNF Arena

Media Information Basketball SID: Greg Ellis Office Phone: 662-325-3595 SID Fax: 662-325-3654 Ellis’ e-mail: gellis@athletics.msstate.edu Web site: www.mstateathletics.com Press Row Phone: N/A

Media Information Basketball SID: Dave Winder Office Phone: 270-809-4271 SID Fax: 270-809-6814 Winder’s e-mail: dave.winder@murraystate.edu Web site: www.GoRacers.com Press Row Phone: 270-809-5551

Media Information Basketball SID: Brian Morgan Office Phone: 904-620-4027 SID Fax: 904-620-2821 Wuerth’s e-mail: b.morgan@unf.edu Web site: www.UNFOspreys.com Press Row Phone: 904-620-1902

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Rick Stansbury (Campbellsville, 1982) Career Record: 255-140 (12 years) Record at Miss. State: Same Asst. Coaches: Phil Cunningham, Marcus Grant, George Brooks

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Billy Kennedy (Southeastern Louisiana, 1986) Career Record: 188-170 (12 years) Record at MSU: 84-44 (4 years) Asst. Coaches: Steve Prohm, Isaac Chew, Amir-Abdur Rahim, Nick Matson

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Matthew Driscoll Career Record: 39-95 (5 years) Record at UNF: 13-18 (1 year) Asst. Coaches: Bobby Kennen, Bruce Evans, Jeremy Shyatt

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 24-12 2009-10 Conf. Record: 9-7 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 12/2 Series Record: Series tied 1-1 First Meeting: 1988 Streak: ETSU won 1 2010-11 Schedule N 12 Tennessee State N 19 Appalachian State N 22 Detroit N 26 Troy N 30 Florida Atlantic D 11 ETSU D 12 North Carolina A&T D 13 Nicholls State D 14 Alabama State D 18 vs. Virginia Tech (Battle at Atlantis) D 22 vs. Washington State (Diamond Head Classic) D 23-25 Diamond Head Classic D 29 vs. Saint Mary’s J8 Alabama J 13 at Mississippi J 16 Auburn J 22 at Georgia J 27 Vanderbilt J 29 Florida F2 at Alabama F5 LSU F9 Arkansas F 12 at Auburn F 15 at Kentucky F 19 Mississippi F 23 LSU F 26 at Tennessee M2 at Arkansas M5 South Carolina

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 31-5 2009-10 Conf. Record: 17-1 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 8/2 Series Record: Murray State leads 23-19 First Meeting: 1959 Streak: Murray State won 1 2010-11 Schedule N 15 ETSU N 17 at Mississippi N 20 Reinhardt N 25-28 76 Classic – Anaheim, Cal. D2 at Eastern Kentucky D4 at Morehead State D 11 at Chattanooga D 15 Bethel D 18 Western Kentucky D 21 at UT-Martin D 30 SIU-Edwardsville J6 Tennessee State J8 Austin Peay J 13 at Jacksonville State J 15 at Tennessee Tech J 20 Eastern Illinois J 22 Southeast Missouri J 26 at SIU-Edwardsville J 29 UT-Martin F3 at Tennessee State F5 at Austin Peay F7 at Eastern Illinois F 10 Tennessee Tech F 12 Jacksonville State F 16 at Southeast Missouri F 19 ESPNU BracketBusters F 24 Morehead State F 26 Eastern Kentucky

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 13-18 2009-10 Conf. Record: 8-12 Starters Ret./Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 7/5 Series Record: ETSU leads 7-0 First Meeting: 2006 Streak: ETSU won 7 2010-11 Schedule N4 Edward Waters N 12 at Florida State N 13 at Pittsburgh N 18 at Wyoming N 28 at Missouri N 23 vs. Prairie View A&M (Cancun Challenge) N 24 vs. W. Ill./Morgan St. (Cancun Challenge) D2 Florida Gulf Coast D4 Stetson D 11 at Purdue D 14 at Texas D 18 Furman D 20 Palm Beach Atl. D 29 at Maryland D 31 at Kansas State J5 at Campbell J8 at Belmont J 10 at Lipscomb J 13 ETSU J 15 USC Upstate J 20 at Kennesaw State J 22 at Mercer J 26 Jacksonville J 29 Campbell F3 Lipscomb F5 Belmont F8 at Jacksonville F 11 at USC Upstate F 13 at ETSU F 18 Mercer F 20 Kennesaw State F 24 at Stetson F 26 at Florida Gulf Coast

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Opponents

Tennessee Tech

USC Upstate

General Information Location: DeLand, Fla, Enrollment: 2,390 Colors: Hunter Green and White Founded: 1883 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Jeff Altier Home Court: Edmunds Center

General Information Location: Cookeville, Tenn. Enrollment: 10,850 Colors: Purple and Gold Founded: 1915 Conference: Ohio Valley Athletic Director: Mark Wilson Home Court: Eblen Center

General Information Location: Spartanburg, S.C. Enrollment: 5,268 Colors: Dark Green, White, and Black Founded: 1967 Conference: Atlantic Sun Athletic Director: Mike Hall Home Court: G.B. Hodge Center

Media Information Basketball SID: Dean Watson Office Phone: 386-822-8130 SID Fax: 386-822-7486 Watson’ e-mail: dwatson@stetson.edu Web site: www.gohatters.com Press Row Phone: 386-822-8133

Media Information Basketball SID: Kate Nicewicz Office Phone: 931-372-3293 SID Fax: N/A Nicewicz’s e-mail: knicewicz@tntech.edu Web site: www.TTUsports.com Press Row Phone:

Media Information Basketball SID: Bill English Office Phone: 864-503-5129 SID Fax: 864-503-5127 English’s e-mail: benglish@uscupstate.edu Web site: www.upstatespartans.com Press Row Phone: 864-503-5058

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Derek Waugh Career Record: 112-169 (10 years) Record at Stetson: Same Asst. Coaches: Wylie Tucker, Sebastian Singletary, Chris Capko

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Mike Sutton (East Carolina, 1978) Career Record: 129-117 (9 years) Record at TTU: Same Asst. Coaches: Steve Payne, DeAntoine Beasley, Russ Willemsen

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Eddie Payne (Wake Forest, 1973) Career Record: 375-354 (25 years) Record at USCU: 115-121 (8 years) Asst. Coaches: Kyle Perry, Ryan Walker, Bill Burrows

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 7-22 2009-10 Conf. Record: 5-15 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/3 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 6/6 Series Record: ETSU leads 8-5 First Meeting: 1972 Streak: ETSU won 1

Team Information 2009-10 Record: 15-17 2009-10 Conf. Record: 8-10 Starters Ret./Lost: 2/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 9/2 Series Record: ETSU leads 35-33 First Meeting: 1923 Streak: ETSU won 5

2010-11 Schedule N 12 at Wake Forest N 16 at Bethune-Cookman N 23 Central Florida N 26 Palm Beach Atlantic N 30 Savannah State D2 at Jacksonville D4 at North Florida D 12 at Miami (Fla.) D 15 at Florida State D 21 vs. Rice D 22 vs. Akron D 23 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock J3 Lipscomb J5 Belmont J8 at USC Upstate J 10 at ETSU J 14 Mercer J 16 Kennesaw State J 18 at Savannah State J 22 at Campbell J 25 Florida Gulf Coast J 28 at Lipscomb J 30 at Belmont F4 USC Upstate F6 ETSU F 10 at Mercer F 12 at Kennesaw State F 17 Campbell F 21 at Florida Gulf Coast F 24 North Florida F 26 Jacksonville

2010-11 Schedule N 12 at NC State N 20 at ETSU N 23 Appalachian State N 28 at Michigan State D1 SIU-Edwardsville D4 at Jacksonville State D8 High Point D 11 Lipscomb D 19 Eastern Illinois D 21 Southeast Missouri D 30 Crowley’s Ridge College J2 Bluefield College J6 at Morehead State J8 at Eastern Kentucky J 13 UT-Martin J 15 Murray State J 20 at Austin Peay J 22 at Tennessee State J 27 at Eastern Illinois J 29 at Southeast Missouri F3 Eastern Kentucky F5 Morehead State F7 Austin Peay F 10 at Murray State F 12 at UT-Martin F 14 Tennessee State F 19 Bracket Buster Game F 22 at SIU-Edwardsville F 26 Jacksonville State

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Team Information 2009-10 Record: 6-23 2009-10 Conf. Record: 6-14 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: N/A Series Record: ETSU leads 6-0 First Meeting: 2007 Streak: ETSU won 6 2010-11 Schedule N 13 at Michigan N 15 at Virginia N 18 vs. Wofford (Charleston Classic) N 19-21 Charleston Classic N 23 at South Carolina N 29 UNC-Asheville D5 ETSU D 11 at NC State D 16 Campbell D 21 at Auburn D 30 at Virginia Tech J3 at Kennesaw State J5 at Mercer J8 Stetson J 10 Florida Gulf Coast J 13 at Jacksonville J 15 at North Florida J 21 Belmont J 23 Lipscomb J 25 at ETSU J 29 Mercer J 31 Kennesaw State F4 at Stetson F6 at Florida Gulf Coast F 11 North Florida F 13 Jacksonville F 17 at Lipscomb F 19 at Belmont F 26 at Campbell

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Opponents

Cancun Governor’s Cup

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ESPN Regional Television announced today the first-round matchups for the inaugural Cancun Governor’s Cup, to be held Dec. 22-24 at the Poliforum Benito Juarez in Cancun, Mexico. Conference USA will serve as the event’s sponsoring conference. The inaugural field comprises Appalachian State, Colorado State, East Tennessee State, Ole Miss, Northeastern, Saint Louis, Southern Miss and Texas State. Seven of those teams reached the 2009-10 postseason, including ETSU in the NCAA Tournament. Ole Miss advanced to the National Invitation Tournament’s final four, while Northeastern also played in the NIT. Colorado State and Saint Louis played in the College Basketball Invitational. Appalachian State and Southern Miss played in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. In the first round of action Wednesday, Dec. 22, Northeastern will take on Saint Louis; ETSU will face Southern Miss; Texas State will meet Ole Miss; and Appalachian State will square off with Colorado State. The 2010 Cancun Governor’s Cup will feature 12 games through three days, Dec. 22-24. Each team will compete in one game per day, advancing through a bracket-tournament format. The two teams that remain undefeated will face off in a championship game Friday, Dec. 24, at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2. The complete schedule is below. The Cancun Governor’s Cup supports youth basketball initiatives in Mexico started by the Telmex Foundation and Mexican NBA star Eduardo Najera, which strives to bring the game of basketball to the youth of Mexico. Since 2007, when the league was created, 60,000 kids from across Mexico have participated. The Cancun Governor’s Cup will annually offer tickets to the league for kids to experience collegiate basketball firsthand. Tickets will go on sale later this summer. Additional information can be found on the Cancun Governor’s Cup’s official website: www.cancungovernorscup.com. About Cancun Cancun, the gateway to Mexico and the Mayan world, offers luxurious hotel infrastructure with more than 28,000 rooms, and is Mexico’s most beautiful and stylish destination. Opportunities for new experiences are everywhere, as the setting brings you into contact with both nature and Mayan culture like nowhere else. Top-level gastronomy and nightlife;

Cancun Governor’s Cup

Hosted by ESPN December 22, 23 & 24, 2010 • Poliforum Benito Juarez Cancun, Mexico * All times listed in CENTRAL TIME (CT)

Northeastern Game 1 Wednesday December 22 11:00 am

Home Team is listed on the bottom of each match-up

Game 2 Wednesday December 22 1:30 pm Game 10 Friday December 24 2:30 pm

Southern Mississippi Texas St Game 3 Wednesday December 22 5:00 pm

Game 12 Friday December 24 8:00 pm ESPN2

Championship

Mississippi Game 7 Thursday December 23 6:00 pm

Game 8 Thursday December 23 8:30 pm Appalachian St ESPNU Game 4 Wednesday December 22 7:30 pm Colorado St

Game 9 Friday December 24 12:00 pm

Game 11 Friday December 24 6:00 pm ESPN2

warm beaches with soft, white sand; crystal-clear, turquoise seas; and a location opposite the Great Mesoamerican Reef System, in tandem with Mexico’s world-famous hospitality, make Cancun an entirely unique tourist destination. Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau: www.cancun.travel. Telmex Najera Youth League The Telmex Najera Youth League is an initiative of Telmex Foundation to boost the participation of Mexican youth in basketball. With its motto “Leave the streets for the courts”, in its second year of operations 60,000 kids are playing all over the country. The Telmex Najera Youth League is the most important tournament of the country in its kind. For more information, visit www.ligatelmexnajera.org

2010 Cancun Governor’s Cup Schedule

General Information Location: Hattiesburg, Miss. Enrollment: 15,000 Colors: Black and Gold Founded: 1910 Conference: Conference USA Athletic Director: Richard Giannini Home Court: Reed Green Coliseum Media Information Basketball SID: Tim Andrzejewski Office Phone: 601-266-4503 SID Fax: 601-266-4507 Andrzejewski’ e-mail: timothy.andrzejewski@usm.edu Web site: www.SouthernMiss.com Press Row Phone: 601-266-5428

Saint Louis

Game 6 Thursday December 23 1:30 pm ESPNU East Tennessee St

Game 5 Thursday December 23 11:00 am

Southern Mississippi

(Home team listed second; Southern Miss will be home team in all of its games) Date Time (ET) Game Network Wed, Dec 22 Noon Game 1: Northeastern vs. Saint Louis 2:30 p.m. Game 2: ETSU vs. Southern Miss 6 p.m. Game 3: Texas State vs. Ole Miss 8:30 p.m. Game 4: Appalachian State vs. Colorado State Thu, Dec 23 Noon Game 5 2:30 p.m. Game 6 ESPNU 7 p.m. Game 7 9:30 p.m. Game 8 ESPNU Fri, Dec 24 1 p.m. Game 9 3:30 p.m. Game 10 7 p.m. Game 11 ESPN2 9 p.m. Game 12 (Championship Game) ESPN2

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Larry Eustachy Career Record: 355-239 (18 years) Record at Southern Miss: 95-94 (6 years) Asst. Coaches: Steve Barnes, Greg Heiar, Ricky Wilson Team Information 2009-10 Record: 20-14 2009-10 Conf. Record: 8-8 Starters Ret./Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 7/8 Series Record: Southern Miss leads 7-4 First Meeting: 1955 Streak: Southern Miss won 1 2010-11 Schedule N 12 at South Florida N 17 South Alabama N 22 McNeese State N 27 Spring Hill D1 Alcorn State D4 at Mississippi D 11 at Cal State-Monterey Bay D 12 at California D 22 vs. ETSU (Cancun Governor’s Cup) D 23-24 Cancun Governor’s Cup D 29 Mississippi Valley State (Hardwood Club Holiday Tournament) D 30 Hardwood Club Holiday Tournament J5 Houston J8 at Marshall J 12 at Rice J 15 Central Florida J 19 Memphis J 22 at Southern Methodist J 26 at East Carolina J 29 Tulane F2 at UAB F5 Marshall F 12 at Memphis F 16 UTEP F 19 East Carolina F 26 at Central Florida M2 UAB M5 at Tulsa

Buccaneer Basketball


Keith “Mister” Jennings

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1,000-Point Club In more than 80 years of Buccaneer basketball, 28 players have eclipsed the 1,000-point mark for their careers. The following list is a who’s who of ETSU basketball, encompassing some of the nation’s finest players.

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1.

TIM SMITH 2,300 points ETSU Career: 2002-06

2.

GREG DENNIS 2,204 points ETSU Career: 1987-92

4.

KEITH JENNINGS

1,988 points

ETSU Career: 1987-91

5.

CALVIN TALFORD

1,872 points

ETSU Career: 1988-92

6.

TOM CHILTON

1,801 points

ETSU Career: 1959-61

7.

TROY MIKELL

1,684 points

ETSU Career: 1980-83

8.

ZAKEE WADOOD

1,382 points

ETSU Career: 2000-04

9.

HARLEY SWIFT

1,367 points

ETSU Career: 1967-69

10.

JERALD FIELDS

1,351 points

ETSU Career: 2000-04

11.

MIKE KRETZER

1,289 points

ETSU Career: 1968-70

12.

DIMECO CHILDRESS

1,287 points

ETSU Career: 1999-02

13.

SCOTT PLACE

1,264 points

ETSU Career: 1977-80

14.

TRAZEL SILVERS

1,257 points

ETSU Career: 1991-94

15.

RUSTY WOY

1,228 points

ETSU Career: 1951-54

16.

WINFRED REID

1,224 points

ETSU Career: 1979-82

17.

CHARLIE STUART

1,217 points

ETSU Career: 1974-77

18.

KEVIN TIGGS

1,197 points

ETSU Career: 2007-09

19.

WES STALLINGS

1,181 points

ETSU Career: 1983-86

20.

HAL MORRISON

1,171 points

ETSU Career: 1951-54

T-21. MARCUS REESE

1,157 points

ETSU Career: 1981-84

T-21. MIKE SMITH

1,157 points

ETSU Career: 2006-10

23.

ALVIN WEST

1,115 points

ETSU Career: 1988-91

24.

MAJOR GEER

1,094 points

ETSU Career: 1988-91

25.

BEN RHODA

1,071 points

ETSU Career: 2002-06

26.

HERB WEAVER

1,064 points

ETSU Career: 1953-56

27.

WILLIE MALONE

1,037 points

ETSU Career: 1962-64

28.

ANDRE MOTLEY

1,031 points

ETSU Career: 1980-83

29.

TRAVIS STRONG

1,030 points

ETSU Career: 2003-08

30.

BOB BROWN

1,022 points

ETSU Career: 1973-77

31.

GARY McGINNIS

1,020 points

ETSU Career: 1950-54

32.

BRAD NUCKLES

1,001 points

ETSU Career: 2002-07

3.

COURTNEY PIGRAM 2,043 points ETSU Career: 2005-2009

During the 2008-09 season, former Buccaneer Kevin Tiggs (above) and current senior Mike Smith (below), joined the 1,000-point club.

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Career Records Points 2,300 2,204 2,043 1,988 1,872 1,801 1,684 1,382 1,367 1,351 1,289 1,287 1,264 1,257 1,228 1,224 1,217 1,197 1,181 1,171 1,157 1,157 1,115 1,094 1,071 1,064 1,037 1,031 1,030 1,022 1,020 1,001

Points

Name Tim Smith Greg Dennis Courtney Pigram Keith Jennings Calvin Talford Tom Chilton Troy Mikell Zakee Wadood Harley Swift Jerald Fields Mike Kretzer Dimeco Childress Scott Place Trazel Silvers Rusty Woy Winfred Reid Charlie Stewart Kevin Tiggs Wes Stallings Hal Morrison Marcus Reese Mike Smith Alvin West Major Geer Ben Rhoda Herb Weaver Willie Malone Andre Motley Travis Strong Bob Brown Gary McGinnis Brad Nuckles

Years 2002-06 1988-92 2005-09 1987-91 1988-92 1959-61 1980-83 2000-04 1967-69 2000-04 1968-70 1999-02 1977-80 1991-94 1951-54 1979-82 1974-77 2007-09 1983-86 1951-54 1981-84 2006-10 1988-91 1988-91 2002-06 1953-56 1962-64 1980-83 2003-08 1973-77 1950-54 2002-07

Points Per Game

Rk Pts/G Name Years Pts G 1. 26.10 Tom Chilton 1959-61 1,801 69 T2. 19.20 Kenny Reynolds 1974-75 845 44 T2. 19.20 Tim Smith 2002-06 2,300 120 4. 18.13 Kevin Tiggs 2007-09 1,197 66 5. 17.99 Harley Swift 1967-69 1,367 76 6. 17.35 Greg Dennis 1988-92 2,204 127 7. 17.19 Mike Kretzer 1968-70 1,289 75 8. 16.62 Greg Stephens 1997-99 881 53 9. 16.08 Courtney Pigram 2005-09 2,043 127 10. 15.89 Troy Mikell 1980-83 1,694 106

Field Goal Percentage Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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FGM 861 808 739 661 638 637 545 539 500 500

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FGA 1,991 1,845 1,609 1,304 1,211 1,162 1,155 1,122 1,106 1,067

Name Tim Smith Greg Dennis Courtney Pigram Calvin Talford Keith Jennings Troy Mikell Mike Kretzer Harley Swift Charlie Stewart Zakee Wadood

Field Goals Attempted Name Tim Smith Courtney Pigram Greg Dennis Calvin Talford Harley Swift Keith Jennings Troy Mikell Charlie Stewart Mike Kretzer Zakee Wadood

Years 1993-96 1974-77 1974-75 1983-86 2004-06 1991-92 2000-04 1980-83 1988-91 2007-09

Years 2002-06 1988-92 2005-09 1989-92 1988-91 1980-83 1968-70 1967-69 1974-77 2000-04

Years 2002-06 2005-09 1988-92 1989-92 1967-69 1988-91 1980-83 1974-77 1968-70 2000-04

Tim Smith attempted 483 three-pointers in his East Tennessee State career, third in school history.

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 3FGA 808 529 483 482 480 478 452 436 397 346

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tom Chilton averaged 26.10 points per game, best in ETSU history.

Min. 200 Made FG/FGA Name 282/442 Phil Powe 421/676 Bob Brown 203/332 Morris Tampa 244/400 Calvin Cannady 242/405 Dillion Sneed 389/682 Rodney English 478/845 Jerald Fields 637/1155 Troy Mikell 638/1162 Keith Jennings 418/779 Kevin Tiggs

Pct. .638 .623 .611 .610 .598 .570 .567 .552 .549 .537

Pct. 50.0 49.3 41.9 41.8 40.6 39.8 39.1 39.0 38.7 38.3

(Min. 40 Att.) FG/FGM Name Years 38/76 Marc Quesenberry 1980-83 223/452 Keith Jennings 1988-91 31/74 John King 1986-88 221/529 Major Geer 1988-91 194/478 Calvin Talford 1989-92 137/344 James Anthony 2001-05 59/191 Robert Doggett 1994-95 53/136 Junior Floyd 1994-95 63/163 Andy Pennington 1993-95 184/480 Travis Strong 2003-08

3-Point Field Goals Made 3FGM 276 223 221 194 184 172 170 161 142 137

Name Courtney Pigram Keith Jennings Major Geer Calvin Talford Travis Strong Tim Smith Alvin West Dimeco Childress Ryan Lawson James Anthony

Years 2005-09 1988-91 1988-91 1989-92 2003-08 2002-06 1988-91 1999-02 1999-03 2001-05

Name Courtney Pigram Major Geer Tim Smith Alvin West Travis Strong Calvin Talford Keith Jennings Dimeco Childress Ryan Lawson Gabe Lisicky

Years 2005-09 1988-91 2002-06 1988-91 2003-08 1989-92 1988-91 1999-02 1999-03 1996-00

Free Throw Percentage Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. T10. T10.

FT% .898 .861 .834 .810 .807 .803 .793 .787 .784 .781

(Min. 100 Made) FG/FGA Name 167/186 Ryan Lawson 490/569 Keith Jennings 106/127 Roy Donaldson 170/210 Marc Quesenberry 176/218 Travis Strong 241/300 James Tandy 356/449 Calvin Talford 137/174 Mark Watkins 136/176 LeRoy Fisher 218/279 Dimeco Childress

Free Throws Made

FTM 505 490 409 406 356 342 328 314 300 289 289

Name Greg Dennis Keith Jennings Troy Mikell Tim Smith Calvin Talford Jerald Fields Zakee Wadood Kevin Tiggs Scott Place Courtney Pigram Harley Swift

Years 1999-03 1988-91 1987-88 1980-83 2003-08 1983-86 1989-92 1984-85 1967-68 1999-02

Years 1987-92 1987-91 1979-83 2005-06 1988-92 2000-04 2000-04 2007-09 1976-80 2005-09 1966-69

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. T-21. T-21. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Note: Most career records are since 1966 only.

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Rk FTA 1. 686 2. 652 3. 569 4. 546 5. 512 6. 482 7. 449 8. 406 9. 405 10. 393

Name Troy Mikell Greg Dennis Keith Jennings Tim Smith Jerald Fields Zakee Wadood Calvin Talford Kevin Tiggs Courtney Pigram Scott Place

Rk Reb 1. 1,034 2. 1,015 3. 895 4. 825 5. 822 6. 717 7. 673 8. 637 9. 635 10. 633

Name Tommy Woods Herb Weaver Greg Dennis Scott Place Zakee Wadood Jerald Fields Ron Mitchell Bob Brown Trazel Silvers Phil Powe

Rebounds

Years 1979-83 1987-92 1987-91 2002-06 2000-04 2000-04 1988-92 2007-09 2005-09 1976-80 Years 1965-67 1953-57 1988-92 1977-80 2000-04 2000-04 1972-74 1974-77 1991-94 1993-96

Offensive Rebounds

Records since 1988 Rk ORb Name 1. 308 Greg Dennis 2. 281 Zakee Wadood 3. 272 Brad Nuckles 4. 262 Adrian Meeks 5. 261 Trazel Silvers 6. 249 Phil Powe 7. 230 Jerald Fields 8. 213 Reggie Todd 9. 191 Dillion Sneed 10. 182 Calvin Talford Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T9. T9.

Rebounds Per Game

R/Gm Name 16.2 Tommy Woods 11.9 Ernie Sims 9.5 Bill Stringer 8.9 Ron Mitchell 8.5 Bob Brown 8.3 Dillion Sneed 7.8 Morris Tampa 7.6 Scott Place 7.3 Mike Kretzer 7.3 Zakee Wadood

Rk Ast 1. 983 2. 508 3. 416 4. 363 5. 322 6. 265 8. 240 9. 239 10. 220

Assists

Name Keith Jennings Tim Smith Courtney Pigram Marc Quesenberry Carniel Manuel Greg Stephens Kyle Keeton Wes Stallings Cliff Decoster

Years 1988-92 2000-04 2002-07 1998-01 1991-94 1993-96 2000-04 1995-99 2004-06 1989-92 Years 1965-67 1967-68 1969-70 1972-74 1974-77 2004-06 1974-75 1977-80 1968-70 2000-04 Years 1988-91 2002-06 2005-09 1980-83 1984-87 1997-99 1995-99 1983-86 1999-02

Assists Per Game

(Min. 50 Games Played) Rk A/Gm Name 1. 7.74 Keith Jennings 2. 5.00 Greg Stephens 3. 4.23 Tim Smith T4. 3.72 Jason Niblett T4. 3.72 Robert Doggett 6. 3.35 Carniel Manuel 7. 3.30 Marc Quesenberry 8. 3.27 Courtney Pigram 9. 2.52 Randy Dodson 10. 2.49 Tim Austin

Years 1988-91 1997-99 2002-06 1992-93 1994-95 1984-87 1980-83 2005-09 1995-96 1986-87

Assist to Turnover Ratio

(Min. 100 Assists) Rk Ratio Ast/TO Name Years 1. 2.43/1 983/405 Keith Jennings 1988-91 2. 1.79/1 216/121 Jason Niblett 1991-93 3. 1.60/1 265/171 Greg Stephens 1997-99 4. 1.55/1 134/91 Shahid Perkins 1994, 96 5. 1.39/1 178/128 Eric Palmer 1991-93 6. 1.25/1 128/102 Gabe Lisicky 1997-00 7. 1.23/1 179/146 Major Geer 1988-91 8. 1.19/1 216/181 Robert Doggett 1994-95 9. 1.11/1 416/376 Courtney Pigram 2005-09 10. 1.08/1 125/115 Adam Sollazzo 2008-10 11. 1.04/1 194/186 Alvin West 1988-91 *Records for Assist to Turnover Ratio are only from 1986-present. Rk Stl 1. 334 2. 313 3. 246 4. 232 5. 183 6. 167 7. 137 8. 134 9. 132 10. 129

Steals

Name Keith Jennings Tim Smith Zakee Wadood Courtney Pigram Trazel Silvers Jerald Fields Travis Strong Alvin West Kyle Keeton Ryan Lawson

Years 1988-91 2002-06 2000-04 2005-09 1991-94 2000-04 2003-08 1988-91 1995-99 1999-03

Steals Per Game

(Min. 50 Games Played) Rk S/Gm Name 1. 2.63 Keith Jennings 2. 2.60 Tim Smith 3. 2.19 Zakee Wadood 4. 1.90 Robert Doggett 5. 1.83 Courtney Pigram 6. 1.82 Kevin Tiggs 7. 1.77 Greg Stephens 8. 1.52 Rodney English 9. 1.51 Trazel Silvers 10. 1.45 Jerald Fields Rk Blk 1. 182 2. 174 3. 167 4. 158 5. 83 6. 78 7. 71 8. 70 T9. 69 T9. 69

Blocks

Name Zakee Wadood Greg Dennis Jerald Fields Brad Nuckles Justin McClellan Phil Powe Rodney English Isiah Brown Marty Story Greg Hamlin

Years 1987-91 2002-06 2000-04 1994-95 2005-09 2007-09 1997-99 1991-92 1991-94 2000-04

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Blocks Per Game

B/Gm Name 1.63 Zakee Wadood 1.45 Jerald Fields 1.37 Greg Dennis 1.28 Greg Hamlin 1.21 Brad Nuckles 1.11 Rodney English 1.04 Isiah Brown 0.76 Justin McClellan 0.74 Tony Patterson 0.73 Justin McClellan

Rk Gms 1. 131 T2. 127 T2. 127 T2. 127 T5. 126 T5. 126 T5. 126 8. 125 9. 121 10. 120

Games Played Name Brad Nuckles Keith Jennings Greg Dennis Courtney Pigram Alvin West Marty Story Calvin Talford Major Geer Trazel Silvers Tim Smith

Minutes Played

Rk Mins Name 1. 4304 Keith Jennings 2. 4244 Tim Smith 3. 4075 Greg Dennis 4. 4049 Courtney Pigram 5. 3557 Calvin Talford 6. 3126 Jerald Fields 7. 3081 Brad Nuckles 8. 2986 Zakee Wadood 9. 2903 Major Geer 10. 2898 Mike Smith

Minutes Per Game

Rk Min/Gm Name

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

35.4 33.9 33.4 32.1 31.9 31.9 29.5 28.2 27.9 27.9

Tim Smith Keith Jennings Greg Stephens Greg Dennis Courtney Pigram Kevin Tiggs Jason Niblett Calvin Talford Leo Murray Mike Smith

Years 2000-04 2000-04 1988-92 2007-09 2002-07 1991-92 2008-10 1993-95 1993-95 1993-96 Years 2002-07 1988-91 1988-92 2005-09 1988-91 1989-92 1989-92 1988-91 1991-94 2002-06 Years 1988-91 2002-06 1988-92 2005-09 1989-92 2000-04 2002-07 2000-04 1988-91 2006-10 Years

2002-06 1988-91 1997-99 1988-92 2005-09 2007-09 1992-93 1989-92 1998-00 2006-10

Years 2000-04 1988-92 2000-04 2002-07 1993-96 1993-96 1991-92 2008-10 1989-92 2007-0

Tommy Woods, who holds the Bucs career record for rebounds with 1,034, was inducted into the ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame in 1996.

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Season Records Field Goals Attempted

FGA 579 550 535 529 506 490 488 472 469 462 462

Name Tim Smith Courtney Pigram Courtney Pigram Tim Smith Greg Dennis Harley Swift Tim Smith Mike Kretzer Kevin Tiggs Kenny Reynolds Courtney Pigram

Year 2004-05 2008-09 2006-07 2005-06 1989-90 1968-69 2003-04 1969-70 2008-09 1974-75 2007-08

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Zakee Wadood finished as the Bucs all-time leader in blocked shots with 182. Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Points 771 729 669 662 645 615 614 598 576 569

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pt/Gm 32.1 25.0 23.7 22.2 22.0 21.7 21.5 21.4 20.6 20.1

Points

Name Tom Chilton Kevin Tiggs Greg Dennis Keith Jennings Tim Smith Tim Smith Courtney Pigram Courtney Pigram Tom Chilton Dick Creech

Points Per Game Name Tom Chilton Tom Chilton Dick Creech Tim Smith Tim Smith Harley Swift Kenny Reynolds Kevin Tiggs Tom Chilton Keith Jennings

Year 1960-61 2008-09 1989-90 1990-91 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09 1959-60 1954-55

Year 1960-61 1959-60 1954-55 2004-05 2005-06 1968-69 1974-75 2008-09 1958-59 1990-91

Field Goal Percentage Rk FG% 1. .675 2. .661 3. .647 4. .639 5. .603 6. .596 7. .584 8. .574 9. .572 10. .570

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T-9. T-9.

(Min. 200 Att.) FG/FGA Name 197/292 Troy Mikell 181/274 Bob Brown 189/292 Rodney English 131/205 Dillion Sneed 143/237 Calvin Canady 221/371 Keith Jennings 163/279 Jerald Fields 167/291 Keith Jennings 127/222 Scott Place 131/230 Jerald Fields

FGM 295 250 248 245 237 226 221 218 217 217

Field Goals Made Name Tom Chilton Greg Dennis Kevin Tiggs Tim Smith Tim Smith Harley Swift Keith Jennings Courtney Pigram Mike Kretzer Kenny Reynolds

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Year 1982-83 1975-76 1990-91 2005-06 1985-86 1990-91 2003-04 1989-90 1978-79 2001-02

Year 1960-61 1989-90 2008-09 2004-05 2005-06 1968-69 1990-91 2006-07 1969-70 1974-75

(Min. 75 Attempts) FG% FG/FGA Name .592 84/142 Keith Jennings .496 63/127 Keith Jennings .479 81/169 Major Geer .450 36/80 Greg Dennis .447 42/94 Keith Jennings .439 36/82 Jerry Pelphrey .434 66/152 Major Geer .424 39/92 Tim Smith .422 62/147 Alvin West .421 61/145 James Anthony

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1990-91 1989-90 1989-90 1991-92 1988-89 1990-91 1988-89 2002-03 1988-89 2003-04

3-Point Field Goals Made

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. T-5. T-5. T-7. T-7. T-9. T-9.

3FGM 86 84 81 76 73 73 67 67 66 66

Name Courtney Pigram Keith Jennings Major Geer Courtney Pigram Travis Strong Justin Tubbs Calvin Talford Eric Palmer Major Geer Calvin Talford

Year 2006-07 1990-91 1989-90 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 1991-92 1992-93 1988-89 1989-90

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. T-10. T-10.

3FGA 238 233 223 194 184 183 180 172 169 163 163

Rk 1. 2. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. T-10. T-10.

FTM 196 181 138 136 136 135 134 132 129 127 123 123

Name Courtney Pigram Courtney Pigram Justin Tubbs Alvin West Courtney Pigram Travis Strong Eric Palmer Corrie Johnson Major Geer Calvin Talford Calvin Talford

Free Throws Made Name Kevin Tiggs Tom Chilton Keith Jennings Troy Mikell Keith Jennings Greg Stephens Greg Dennis Greg Dennis Rodney English Mike Smith Harley Swift Greg Stephens

Free Throws Attempted

Rk FTA 1. 256 2. 231 3. 222 4. 186 5. 177 6. 170 7. 169 8. 166 9. 165 T-10. 164 T-10. 164 T-10. 164

Name Kevin Tiggs Troy Mikell Tom Chilton Rodney English Greg Stephens Troy Mikell Greg Dennis Greg Dennis Greg Dennis Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Mike Smith

Year 2008-09 1982-83 1960-61 1991-92 1997-98 1981-82 1988-89 1987-88 1989-90 2002-03 2003-04 2008-09

Free Throw Percentage

Rk 1. T-2. T-2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Min. 2.5 attempts per game FG% FG/FGA Name Year .932 68/73 Ryan Lawson 2001-02 .895 68/76 Roy Donaldson 1987-88 .895 136/152 Keith Jennings 1990-91 .877 107/122 Keith Jennings 1989-90 .870 67/77 Marc Quesenberry 1981-82 .861 68/76 LeRoy Fisher 1966-67 .857 114/133 James Tandy 1983-84 .847 138/163 Keith Jennings 1988-89 .835 101/121 Calvin Talford 1991-92 .831 89/107 Scott Place 1978-79

Reb 607 450 408 403 368 361 343 338 327 320

Rebounds

Name Herb Weaver Tommy Woods Herb Weaver Tom Chilton Jack Waycaster Tommy Woods Leo Cooper Herb Edmonds Ernie Sims Mal Roberts

Year 1956-57 1964-65 1955-56 1960-61 1954-55 1965-66 1956-57 1956-57 1966-67 1961-62

Year 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 1990-91 2007-08 2007-08 1992-93 1993-94 1989-90 1989-90 1991-92

Year 2008-09 1960-61 1988-89 1982-83 1990-91 1997-98 1989-90 1988-89 1991-92 2008-09 1967-68 1998-99

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. T-10. T-10.

Troy Lee Mikell’s .675 shooting percentage in 1982-83 is the ETSU single season best.

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Season Records Offensive Rebounds

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. T-7. T-7. 9. 10.

(1986 to present) ORb Name Year 108 Zakee Wadood 2001-02 105 Rodney English 1991-92 97 Dillion Sneed 2004-05 96 Tommy Hubbard 2009-10 94 Dillion Sneed 2005-06 92 Kevin Tiggs 2007-08 90 Renaldo Johnson 2000-01 90 Phil Powe   1994-95 89 Leo Murray 1999-99 85 Brad Nuckles 2006-07

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

R/Gm 21.7 19.6 17.2 16.8 16.0 15.1 12.8 12.6 12.6 12.5

Name Herb Weaver Tommy Woods Tommy Woods Tom Chilton Jack Waycaster Herb Weaver Mal Roberts Tom Chilton Ernie Sims Herb Edmonds

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ast 301 297 202 183 156 145 140 138 133 132

Name Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Steve Horne Tim Smith Marc Quesenberry Courtney Pigram Greg Stephens Greg Stephens

Rebounds Per Game

Assists

Year 1956-57 1964-65 1965-66 1960-61 1954-55 1955-56 1961-62 1959-60 1966-67 1954-55

Year 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1975-76 2003-04 1981-82 2008-09 1997-98 1998-99

Keith Jennings holds the ETSU and SoCon records for assists in a single season.

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Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T-9. T-9. T-9.

Assists Per Game

A/Gm 9.1 8.7 6.5 6.3 6.0 5.1 5.0 4.9 4.5 4.5 4.5

Name Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Steve Horne Greg Stephens Marc Quesenberry Greg Stephens Bruce Curtis Tim Smith Tim Smith

Year 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1975-76 1997-98 1981-82 1998-99 1974-75 2003-04 2005-06

Assist to Turnover Ratio

(Minimum 30 Assists, 1986-present) Rk Ratio Ast/TO Name Years 1. 2.94/1 297/101 Keith Jennings 1989-90 2. 2.69/1 202/75 Keith Jennings 1988-89 3. 2.59/1 301/116 Keith Jennings 1990-91 4. 2.18/1 48/22 Major Geer 1990-91 5. 2.10/1 65/31 Major Geer 1989-90 6. 2.04/1 49/24 Gabe Lisicky 1998-99 7. 1.86/1 106/57 Jason Niblett 1992-93 8. 1.73/1 57/33 Eric Palmer 1991-92 9. 1.72/1 110/64 Jerry Pelphrey 1991-92 10. 1.71/1 53/31 Jerry Pelphrey 1990-91

Steals

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Stl 109 95 93 92 89 84 82 77 75 73

Name Keith Jennings Tim Smith Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Courtney Pigram Keith Jennings Tim Smith Trazel Silvers Keith Jennings Tim Smith

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

S/Gm 3.39 3.30 3.20 2.79 2.61 2.59 2.57 2.56 2.47 2.35

Name Tim Smith Keith Jennings Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Courtney Pigram Keith Jennings Trazel Silvers Tim Smith Keith Jennings Tim Smith

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. T-6. T-6. 8. 9. 10.

Blk 70 66 56 55 53 52 52 50 49 41

Name Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Jerald Fields Brad Nuckles Greg Dennis Greg Hamlin Jerald Fields Greg Dennis Isiah Brown Jerald Fields

Rk

B/Gm Name

Steals Per Game

Blocks

Blocks Per Game

Year 1990-91 2005-06 2002-03 2003-04 2006-07 1989-90 2003-04 1993-94 1987-88 2002-03 Year 2005-06 1990-91 2002-03 2003-04 2006-07 1987-88 1993-94 2003-04 1991-92 2002-03 Year 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2006-07 1989-90 2008-09 2003-04 1991-92 2009-10 2002-03

Rodney English’s 105 offensive rebounds in 1992 was the best total since the record was kept until Zakee Wadood’s 108 in 2003-04. 1. 2. 3. T-4. T-4. 6. 7. 8. 9. T-10. T-10.

2.27 2.12 2.00 1.61 1.61 1.58 1.57 1.56 1.48 1.36 1.36

Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Jerald Fields Greg Dennis Brad Nuckles Greg Hamlin Jerald Fields Greg Dennis Isiah Brown Phil Powe Calvin Cannady

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. T-5. T-5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Min 1188 1183 1150 1142 1141 1141 1123 1114 1065 1060

Rk 1. 2. T-3. T-3. 5. 6. 7. 8. T-9. T-9. T-9.

M/Gm Name 37.7 Tim Smith 36.6 Keith Jennings 35.9 Tim Smith 35.9 Wes Stallings 35.7 Tim Smith 35.3 Greg Dennis 34.9 Mike Smith 34.8 Courtney Pigram 33.8 Kevin Tiggs 33.8 Reggie Todd 33.8 Keith Jennings

Minutes Played Name Mike Smith Courtney Pigram Kevin Tiggs Tommy Hubbard Courtney Pigram Tim Smith Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Courtney Pigram Keith Jennings

Minutes Per Game

2002-03 2003-04 2001-02 1991-92 2006-07 2008-09 2003-04 1989-90 2009-10 1994-95 1985-86

Year 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 2006-07 2003-04 1989-90 1990-91 2007-08 1987-88

Year 2005-06 1987-88 2004-05 1985-86 2003-04 1987-88 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 1997-98 1990-91

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Team Records Wins

Year 1990-91 1989-90 2003-04 1952-53 2006-07 1991-92 1951-52 2008-09 1953-54 1982-83 1950-51 2009-10 1988-89 2002-03 1955-56

Wins 28 27 27 26 24 24 24 23 23 22 22 20 20 20 20

Scoring Margin

Rk Year 1. 1990-91 2. 1989-90 3. 2003-04 4. 2001-02 5. 1991-92 6. 2008-09 7. 2000-01 8. 2002-03 9. 1967-68 10. 1968-69

Margin +17.2 +10.6 +9.9 +8.6 +8.4 +8.0 +7.4 +6.8 +6.1 +5.9

Field Goals Made

Rk Year FGM 1. 1990-91 1132 2. 1989-90 1090 3. 2003-04 946 Winning Percentage 4. 2008-09 944 Rk Year Record Pct. 5. 1988-89 936 1. 1952-53 26-4 .867 6. 1993-94 925 2. 1953-54 23-4 .852 7. 1991-92 923 3. 1990-91 28-5 .848 911 4. 2003-04 27-6 .818 8. 1981-82 9. 2006-07 905 5. 1989-90 27-7 .794 10. 2002-03 899 T-6. 1951-52 24-7 .774 T-6. 1991-92 24-7 .774 FGs Attempted 8. 1955-56 20-7 .741 Rk Year FGA T-9. 1950-51 22-9 .710 1. 1990-91 2208 T-9. 1982-83 22-9 .710 2. 1989-90 2176 3. 1993-94 2104 Games 4. 2003-04 2059 Rk Year Gms 5. 2008-09 2044 1. 2009-10 35 6. 1991-92 2013 T-2. 1989-90 34 7. 1992-93 1985 T-2. 2006-07 34 8. 2006-07 1984 T-2. 2008-09 34 9. 2009-10 1978 T-5. 1990-91 33 10. 1969-70 1968 T-5. 2003-04 33 T-7. 1988-89 31 FG Percentage T-7. 1991-92 31 Rk Year Pct. FGM-FGA T-7. 1982-83 31 1. 1982-83 .530 885-1669 T-7. 2002-03 31 2. 1990-91 .513 1132-2208 3. 1989-90 .501 1090-2176 Points 4. 1981-82 .498 911-1834 Rk Year Points 5. 1976-77 .490 716-1461 1. 1989-90 3032 6. 1980-81 .484 780-1612 2. 1990-91 3103 7. 1978-79 .482 787-1633 3. 1991-92 2670 8. 1985-86 .481 808-1681 4. 2008-09 2657 9. 1988-89 .479 936-1953 5. 1988-89 2652 10. 1984-85 .475 698-1468 6. 2003-04 2618 7. 2002-03 2543 Free Throws Made 8. 1993-94 2512 Rk Year FTM 9. 2006-07 2486 1. 1991-92 589 10. 2009-10 2424 2. 2002-03 578 3. 2008-09 574 Scoring Average 4. 1988-89 571 Rk Year Avg. 5. 1989-90 567 1. 1990-91 94.0 6. 1985-86 543 2. 1989-90 89.2 7. 2009-10 537 3. 1991-92 86.1 8. 2003-04 525 4. 1988-89 85.5 9. 2001-02 498 5. 1993-94 83.7 10. 1999-00 491 6. 1974-75 83.4 7. 1992-93 83.2 8. 2002-03 82.0 9. 2005-06 81.6 10. 1981-82 80.5

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FTs Attempted Year 1991-92 2008-09 2002-03 1993-94 1988-89 2003-04 1989-90 1990-91 1999-00 1985-86

FTA 834 810 791 788 768 762 757 752 751 740

FT Percentage

Rk Year Pct. FTA-FTM 1. 1989-90 .749 567-757 2. 1983-84 .745 408-548 3. 1988-89 .743 571-768 4. 1985-86 .734 543-740 5. 2002-03 .731 578-791 6. 2006-07 .721 467-648 7. 1990-91 .715 538-752 8. 1987-88 .710 481-677 9. 2008-09 .709 574-810 T-10. 1979-80 .706 464-657 T-10. 1991-92 .706 589-834 Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rebounds

Year 1966-67 1969-70 1967-68 2008-09 2009-10 1968-69 2003-04 1989-90 2006-07 1992-93

Rebound Average

Reb. 1320 1316 1292 1290 1277 1276 1269 1248 1242 1238

Rk Year Avg. (Reb./Gm) 1. 1966-67 50.8 (1320/26) 2. 1969-70 50.6 (1316/26) 3. 1968-69 49.1 (1276/26) 4. 1967-68 47.9 (1292/27) 5. 1973-74 46.8 (1216/26) 6. 1972-73 46.5 (1211/28) 7. 1971-72 46.2 (1156/25) 8. 1970-71 46.0 (1104/24) 9. 1975-76 44.7 (1164/26) 10. 1992-93 42.7 (1238/29)

Rebound Margin

Rk Year 1. 1966-67 2. 1998-99 T-3. 1967-68 T-3. 1970-71 5. 2000-01 6. 1999-00 7. 1980-81 8. 1968-69 T-9. 1969-70 T-9. 1992-93 T-9. 1979-80

Mgn. (ETSU/Opp.) +8.0 (50.8/42.8) +5.4 (36.5/31.1) +5.2 (47.9/42.7) +5.2 (46.0/40.8) +4.6 (39.1/34.5) +4.0 (36.9/32.9) +3.6 (39.3/35.7) +3.5 (49.1/45.6) +3.1 (50.6/47.5) +3.1 (42.7/39.6) +3.1 (39.4/36.3)

Assists (since 1979-80)

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1990-91 1989-90 2006-07 2003-04 1988-89 1991-92 1981-82 2002-03 1987-88 2008-09

Steals (since 1986-87) Rk Year 1. 2003-04 2. 2006-07 3. 2002-03 4. 1993-94 5. 1990-91

Ast. 635 606 540 505 488 474 450 448 446 429 Stl. 382 338 354 330 324

Blocked Shots (since 1986-87)

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T-9. T-9.

Year 2003-04 2006-07 2002-03 2008-09 2001-02 1991-92 2009-10 1989-90 1994-95 1992-93

Blk. 192 158 156 131 119 118 112 106 100 100

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Rk 1.  T-2. T-2. 4. T-5. T-5. T-5. T-8. T-8. T-10. T-10. T-12. T-12. T-12. T-12.

The 1990-91 Buc squad ranks at the top of many of ETSU’s single-season team categories

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Yearly Leaders Scoring

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Year Pts./Gm. Name 1966-67 13.8.................................Harley Swift 1967-68 18.0.................................Harley Swift 1968-69 21.7.................................Harley Swift 1969-70 20.0.................................Mike Kretzer 1970-71 14.5..................................... John Rice 1971-92 18.4.................................Henry White 1972-73 19.1.................................Henry White 1973-74 16.7........................... Kenny Reynolds 1974-75 21.5........................... Kenny Reynolds 1975-76 16.8...................................Bob Brown 1976-77 15.5...................................Bob Brown 1977-78 15.5.................................... Jim Smith 1978-79 12.7...................................Scott Place 1979-80 16.5................................... Troy Mikell 1980-81 14.1................................... Troy Mikell 1981-82 14.2................................... Troy Mikell 1982-83 18.3................................... Troy Mikell 1983-84 16.2................................ James Tandy 1984-85 13.8...............................Mark Watkins 1985-86 19.2............................... Wes Stallings 1986-87 12.8............................ Carniel Manuel 1987-88 16.4................................. Greg Dennis 1988-89 16.3................................. Greg Dennis 1989-90 19.7................................. Greg Dennis 1990-91 20.1............................. Keith Jennings 1991-92 17.5............................Rodney English 1992-93 15.0..............................Jerry Pelphrey 1993-94 17.3................................ Trazel Silvers 1994-95 14.1.............................Tony Patterson 1995-96 10.4.............................Shahid Perkins 1996-97 10.8..................................Kyle Keeton 1997-98 17.2............................. Greg Stephens 1998-99 16.1............................. Greg Stephens 1999-00 11.0...................................Leo Murray 2000-01 13.2......................... Dimeco Childress 2001-02 17.5......................... Dimeco Childress 2002-03 16.3................................... Tiras Wade 2003-04 17.7....................................Tim Smith 2004-05 22.2....................................Tim Smith 2005-06 22.0....................................Tim Smith 2006-07 18.1..........................Courtney Pigram 2007-08 15.8..........................Courtney Pigram 2008-09 21.4...................................Kevin Tiggs 2009-10 13.9...................Tommy Hubbard

Rebounding Year Reb./Gm. Name 1966-67 12.6....................................Ernie Sims 1967-68 11.2....................................Ernie Sims 1968-69 7.4.................................Mike Kretzer 1969-70 10.0................................Billy Stringer 1970-71 6.7................................Phil Williford 1971-72 9.4................................ Ron Mitchell 1972-73 9.1................................ Ron Mitchell 1973-74 8.1................................ Ron Mitchell 1974-75 9.7...............................Morris Tampa 1975-76 11.2...................................Bob Brown 1976-77 8.9...................................Bob Brown 1977-78 9.3...................................Scott Place 1978-79 8.2...................................Scott Place 1979-80 7.6...................................Clint Smith 1980-81 7.6..................... George Underwood 1981-82 8.7...............................Andre Motley 1982-83 10.3................................Winfred King 1983-84 6.0...............................Marcus Reese 1984-85 7.4...............................Mark Watkins 1985-86 6.5............................ Calvin Cannady 1986-87 7.0............................Lavelle Webster 1987-88 7.6................................. Greg Dennis 1988-89 7.8................................. Greg Dennis

1989-90 6.5................................. Greg Dennis 1990-91 6.0................................. Greg Dennis 1991-92 7.5............................Rodney English 1992-93 7.9................................ Trazel Silvers 1993-94 6.6.............................Tony Patterson 1994-95 6.1.............................Tony Patterson 1995-96 7.1.....................................Phil Powe 1996-97 5.6.................................Ryan Wilson 1997-98 8.6.................................Reggie Todd 1998-99 7.8.................................Reggie Todd 1999-00 8.1...............................Adrian Meeks 2000-01 6.4......................... Renaldo Johnson 2001-02 9.2............................. Zakee Wadood 2002-03 8.1............................. Zakee Wadood 2003-04 8.0............................. Zakee Wadood 2004-05 9.5............................... Dillion Sneed 2005-06 7.0............................... Dillion Sneed 2006-07 7.9................................Brad Nuckles 2007-08 6.3............................... Andrew Reed 2008-09 7.7.......................... Mike Smith 2009-10 8.2...................Tommy Hubbard

Field Goal Percentage Year FG% FGM-A Name 1966-67 .507 110-217..................Ernie Sims 1967-68 .511 117-229.............. Mark Kretzer 1968-69 .521 211-405.............. Mark Kretzer 1969-70 .470 89-189...............Billy Stringer 1970-71 .477 127-266................... John Rice 1971-72 .455 51-112................John Barrett 1972-73 .481 90-187................Henry White 1973-74 .628 86-137..............Morris Tampa 1974-75 .673 68-101..................Bob Brown 1975-76 .678 74-109..................Bob Brown 1976-77 .567 166-293.................Bob Brown 1977-78 .525 148-282................B.J.Johnson 1978-79 .572 127-222.................Scott Place 1979-80 .538 184-342................. Troy Mikell 1980-81 .783 54-69............. G. Underwood 1981-82 .551 123-223................. Troy Mikell 1982-83 .675 197-292................. Troy Mikell 1983-84 .552 58-105..............Mark Watkins 1984-85 .613 97-158........... Calvin Cannady 1985-86 .603 143-237.......... Calvin Cannady 1986-87 .525 116-221........... Lavell Webster 1987-88 .543 177-326............... Greg Dennis 1988-89 .522 133-255............. Calvin Talford 1989-90 .574 167-291........... Keith Jennings 1990-91 .647 189-292..........Rodney English 1991-92 .513 200-390..........Rodney English 1992-93 .514 95-185............Tony Patterson 1993-94 .681 62-91.....................Phil Powe 1994-95 .618 94-152....................Phil Powe 1995-96 .649 109-168...................Phil Powe 1996-97 .522 95-182................Ryan Wilson 1997-98 .527 126-239...............Reggie Todd 1998-99 .544 56-103..............Adrian Meeks 1999-00 .547 96-181..............Adrian Meeks 2000-01 .571 87-170........ Renaldo Johnson 2001-02 .570 131-230...............Jerald Fields 2002-03 .546 136-249...............Jerald Fields 2003-04 .584 163-279...............Jerald Fields 2004-05 .555 111-200............. Dillion Sneed 2005-06 .639 131-205............. Dillion Sneed 2006-07 .626 109-174.............. Eryk Thomas 2007-08 .548 170-310.................Kevin Tiggs 2008-09 .676 71-105........... Isiah Brown 2009-10 .532 99-186........... Isiah Brown

Free Throw Percentage (min. 60)

Assists

Year FT% FTA-M Name 1966-67 .861 68-79................. Leroy Fisher 1967-68 .804 123-153...............Harley Swift 1968-69 .774 113-146...............Harley Swift 1969-70 .791 87-110................Mike Kretzer 1970-71 .786 99-126............Gordon Gifford 1971-72 .701 68-97.................Henry White 1972-73 .709 61-86................ Ron Mitchell 1973-74 .797 51-64...............Charlie Stuart 1974-75 .782 61-78........... Kenny Reynolds 1975-76 .678 74-109..................Bob Brown 1976-77 .782 79-101..................Scott Place 1977-78 .800 60-75.................B.J. Johnson 1978-79 .831 89-107..................Scott Place 1979-80 .797 63-79................Winfred Reid 1980-81 .679 53-78................Winfred Reid 1981-82 .870 67-77........... M. Quesenberry 1982-83 .754 52-69...............Andre Motley 1983-84 .857 114-133.............. James Tandy 1984-85 .798 91-114..............Mark Watkins 1985-86 .827 67-81................ James Tandy 1986-87 .774 72-93................... Tim Austin 1987-88 .895 68-76.............Roy Donaldson 1988-89 .847 138-163........... Keith Jennings 1989-90 .877 107-122........... Keith Jennings 1990-91 .895 136-152........... Keith Jennings 1991-92 .835 101-121............. Calvin Talford 1992-93 .759 63-83................Jason Niblett 1993-94 .768 53-69.............. Geoff Herman 1994-95 .729 86-118...........Robert Doggett 1995-96 .823 51-62..............Randy Dodson 1996-97 .686 59-86..................Kyle Keeton 1997-98 .763 135-177........... Greg Stephens 1998-99 .774 123-159........... Greg Stephens 1999-00 .800 60-75......... Dimeco Childress 2000-01 .762 61-80......... Dimeco Childress 2001-02 .932 68-73................Ryan Lawson 2002-03 .812 65-80................... Tiras Wade 2003-04 .753 122-162..................Tim Smith 2004-05 .811 43-53............ James Anthony 2005-06 .792 42-53................Travis Strong 2006-07 .796 78-98............. Mike Smith 2007-08 .826 71-86................Travis Strong 2008-09 .774 127-164........... Mike Smith 2009-10 .721 106-147......Micah Williams

Year Ast. Name 1974-75 104................................. Bruce Curtis 1975-76 156...................................Steve Horn 1979-80 41......................... Marc Quesenberry 1980-81 52...............................Aaron Douglas 1981-82 140....................... Marc Quesenberry 1982-83 131....................... Marc Quesenberry 1983-84 73.................................Marcus Reese 1984-85 80.................................Wes Stallings 1985-86 121............................ Carniel Manuel 1988-89 202.............................Keith Jennings 1989-90 297.............................Keith Jennings 1990-91 301.............................Keith Jennings 1991-92 110............................... Jason Niblett 1992-93 106............................... Jason Niblett 1993-94 103........................... Robert Doggett 1994-95 113........................... Robert Doggett 1995-96 85............................... Randy Dodson 1996-97 87................................... Kyle Keeton 1997-98 133............................. Greg Stephens 1998-99 132............................. Greg Stephens 1999-00 73................................. Cliff Decoster 2000-01 84................................. Cliff Decoster 2001-02 75........................... Dimeco Childress 2002-03 114....................................Tim Smith 2003-04 145....................................Tim Smith 2004-05 123....................................Tim Smith 2005-06 126....................................Tim Smith 2006-07 127......................... Courtney Pigram 2007-08 109......................... Courtney Pigram 2008-09 138......................... Courtney Pigram 2009-10 78................................. Jocolby Davis

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Year Pct. 3FGM-A Name 1986-87 .333 25-75................... Tim Austin 1987-88 .378 42-111............Roy Donaldson 1988-89 .447 42-94............. Keith Jennings 1989-90 .496 63-127............ Keith Jennings 1990-91 .592 84-142............ Keith Jennings 1991-92 .450 36-80................. Greg Dennis 1992-93 .375 39-104.............A. Pennington 1993-94 .356 48-135............. Geoff Herman 1994-95 .443 31-70................. Junior Floyd 1995-96 .368 14-38................Titus Shelton 1996-97 .385 37-96..................Kyle Keeton 1997-98 .375 27-72...............Troy Seymour 1998-99 .444 20-45......... Dimeco Childress 1999-00 .500 23-46............Michael Griffith 2000-01 .386 39-101...............Ryan Lawson 2001-02 .429 15-35.................Jerald Fields 2002-03 .453 24-53................... Tiras Wade 2003-04 .424 28-66................Travis Strong 2004-05 .394 50-127........... James Anthony 2005-06 .357 10-28.............Dante Williams 2006-07 .378 48-127............ Mike Smith 2007-08 .399 73-183...............Travis Strong 2008-09 .361 44-122............ Mike Smith 2009-10 .350 41-117.......Micah Williams

Steals Year Steals Name 1985-86 46.................................Wes Stallings 1986-87 36.....................................Tim Austin 1987-88 75...............................Keith Jennings 1988-89 66...............................Keith Jennings 1989-90 84...............................Keith Jennings 1990-91 109.............................Keith Jennings 1991-92 61..............................Rodney English 1992-93 62..................................Trazel Silvers 1993-94 77..................................Trazel Silvers 1994-95 49............................. Robert Doggett 1995-96 38...............................Shahid Perkins 1996-97 36................................... Kyle Keeton 1997-98 45............................... Greg Stephens 1998-99 49............................... Greg Stephens 1999-00 49.................................... Leo Murray 2000-01 52................................. Cliff Decoster 2001-02 48...............................Zakee Wadood 2002-03 93...............................Zakee Wadood 2003-04 92...............................Zakee Wadood 2004-05 63......................................Tim Smith 2005-06 95......................................Tim Smith 2006-07 89........................... Courtney Pigram 2007-08 48.................................... Kevin Tiggs 2008-09 72.................................... Kevin Tiggs 2009-10 58................... Tommy Hubbard

Buccaneer Basketball


Yearly Team Statistics FG FGA FG%

3FG 3FGA 3FG% FT FTA FT%

Reb Rb/Gm PF

Ast A/Gm Stl Blk

1966-67

17-9 1987 76.4 770 1799 .428 -- -- -- 9-17 1852 71.2 704 1713 .411 -- -- --

447 643 .697 444 646 .686

1320 50.8 478 1114 42.8 482

1967-68

19-8 2069 76.6 802 1772 .453 -- -- -- 9-19 1904 70.5 739 1804 41.5 -- -- --

465 684 .679 426 618 .689

1292 47.9 469 1154 42.7 491

1968-69 15-11 2068 79.6 834 1910 .437 -- -- -- 11-15 1915 73.7 726 1704 .426 -- -- --

400 602 .664 463 668 .672

1276 49.1 502 1187 45.6 468

1969-70 15-11 2081 80.0 833 1968 .423 -- -- -- 11-15 2004 77.0 790 1751 .451 -- -- --

415 625 .664 424 669 .632

1316 50.6 578 1235 47.5 529

1970-71 12-12 1776 74.0 690 1668 .413 -- -- -- 12-12 1772 73.8 646 1428 .452 -- -- --

396 628 .630 480 672 .714

1104 46.0 493 1080 40.8 501

1971-72 11-14 1812 72.5 725 1728 .419 -- -- -- 14-11 1923 76.9 713 1537 .464 -- -- --

362 586 .619 497 749 .664

1156 46.2 547 1142 45.9 469

1972-73

9-17 1860 71.5 768 1866 .411 -- -- -- 17-9 1921 73.9 769 1739 .441 -- -- --

324 485 .667 383 577 .664

1211 46.5 562 1212 46.6 423

1973-74

8-18 1874 72.1 784 1870 .419 -- -- -- 18-8 2068 79.5 844 1871 .451 -- -- --

306 477 .642 380 533 .713

1216 46.8 559 1223 47.0 542

1974-75

9-14 1918 83.4 776 1655 .459 -- -- -- 14-9 1971 85.7 806 1615 .499 -- -- --

366 520 .704 359 522 .688

981 42.6 549 1024 44.5 521

1975-76

6-20 1959 75.3 816 1774 .459 -- -- -- 20-6 2149 82.6 893 1832 .487 -- -- --

327 507 .645 363 534 .680

1164 44.7 548 1084 41.7 554

1976-77 12-14 1811 69.7 716 1461 .490 -- -- -- 14-12 1829 70.3 732 1512 .484 -- -- --

379 539 .703 365 522 .699

957 36.8 542 885 34.0 551

1977-78

18-9 2045 75.7 830 1754 .473 -- -- -- 9-18 1902 70.4 763 1730 .441 -- -- --

385 576 .668 376 546 .689

1148 42.5 478 1104 40.8 534

1978-79 16-11 2031 75.2 787 1633 .482 -- -- -- 11-16 1933 71.6 742 1638 .453 -- -- --

457 648 .705 449 661 .679

1092 40.0 608 1053 39.0 576

1979-80 15-13 2006 71.6 771 1634 .471 -- -- -- 13-15 1905 68.0 745 1649 .451 -- -- --

464 657 .706 415 576 .720

1104 39.4 563 246 8.8 1017 36.3 585 246 8.8

1980-81 13-14 1969 72.9 780 1612 .484 5 22 .227 404 614 .657 14-13 1908 70.7 707 1500 .471 14 43 .326 480 669 .717

1061 39.3 603 260 9.6 964 35.7 583 277 10.2

1981-82 13-15 2256 80.5 911 1834 .498 12 30 .400 422 640 .659 15-13 2194 78.3 872 1763 .495 12 33 .364 438 648 .676

1118 39.9 584 450 16.1 1124 40.1 614 403 14.4

1982-83

22-9 2298 74.1 885 1669 .530 45 97 .464 483 730 .662 9-22 2159 69.6 905 1960 .462 54 157 .344 295 457 .646

1141 36.8 479 384 12.4 1107 35.7 640 382 12.3

1983-84

9-19 1761 62.9 654 1426 .459 45 120 .378 408 548 .745 19-9 1954 69.8 804 1569 .512 26 82 .317 320 492 .650

882 31.5 507 358 12.8 967 34.5 513 403 14.4

1984-85

9-18 1798 66.5 698 1468 .475 -- -- -- 19-9 1979 73.2 769 1506 .511 -- -- --

402 585 .687 441 645 .684

866 32.1 550 329 12.2 914 33.9 543 373 13.3

1985-86 13-16 2159 74.4 808 1681 .481 -- -- -- 16-13 2191 75.6 859 1732 .496 -- -- --

543 740 .734 473 689 .687

944 32.6 612 372 12.8 174 54 1060 36.6 630 439 15.1

7-21 1948 69.6 735 1676 .439 99 301 .329 379 579 .655 21-7 2243 80.1 817 1652 .493 105 249 .422 504 750 .672

980 35.0 645 374 13.3 157 41 1103 39.3 528 426 15.2

1987-88 14-15 2188 75.4 799 1716 .466 109 308 .354 481 677 .710 15-14 2285 78.8 829 1788 .464 126 322 .391 501 719 .697

987 34.0 630 446 15.4 217 68 1164 40.1 633 401 13.8 235 71

1988-89 20-11 2652 85.5 936 1953 .479 209 508 .411 571 768 .743 11-20 2549 82.2 963 2043 .471 148 406 .365 475 688 .690

1143 36.9 609 488 15.7 193 89 1222 39.4 678 416 13.4 196 93

1989-90

27-7 3032 89.2 1090 2176 .501 285 689 .415 567 757 .749 7-27 2673 78.6 1029 2264 .455 170 491 .346 445 653 .681

1248 36.7 581 606 17.8 241 106 1296 38.1 652 504 14.8 203 76

1990-91

28-5 3103 94.0 1132 2208 .513 301 749 .402 538 752 .715 5-28 2533 76.8 930 2021 .460 156 443 .352 517 746 .693

1175 35.6 640 635 19.2 324 96 1231 37.3 648 441 13.4 179 95

1991-92

24-7 2670 86.1 923 2013 .459 235 628 .374 589 834 .706 7-24 2408 77.7 874 1933 .452 156 429 .364 504 725 .695

1210 39.0 627 474 15.3 247 118 1209 39.0 659 437 14.1 179 104

1992-93 19-10 2413 83.2 884 1985 .445 212 594 .357 433 659 .657 10-19 2254 77.7 837 1865 .449 120 451 .266 460 684 .673

1238 42.7 571 392 13.5 213 100 1147 39.6 582 430 14.8 193 189

1993-94 16-14 2512 83.7 925 2104 .440 190 626 .304 472 788 .599 14-16 2430 81.0 894 1915 .467 136 438 .311 506 760 .666

1232 41.1 671 366 12.2 330 88 1247 41.6 614 370 12.3 229 84

1994-95 14-14 2217 79.2 810 1771 .457 210 550 .382 387 610 .634 14-14 2205 78.8 784 1767 .444 149 506 .294 488 679 .719

1040 37.1 593 413 14.7 253 100 1129 40.3 545 355 12.7 238 70

1995-96

944 35.0 453 354 13.1 228 89 1045 38.7 507 476 17.6 238 89

1986-87

7-20 1992 73.8 738 1658 .445 145 457 .317 371 558 .665 20-7 2212 81.9 838 1727 .485 185 481 .385 351 475 .739

1996-97 7-20 1616 59.9 608 1434 .424 119 366 .325 281 449 .626 20-7 1961 72.6 707 1441 .491 129 368 .351 418 604 .692

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Season Record Pts PPG

860 31.9 540 349 12.9 171 40 896 33.2 479 416 15.4 237 102

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Yearly Team Statistics/Team Records Yearly Team Statistics (Continued) Season

Record

Pts

PPG

FG

FGA

FG%

3FGA 3FG%

FT

FTA

FT%

Reb

Rb/Gm

PF

Ast

A/Gm

Stl

Blk

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

931 34.5 555 340 12.6 175 45 925 34.3 560 346 12.8 187 90

1998-99 17-11 2027 72.4 722 1548 .466 142 374 .380 441 675 .653 11-17 1937 69.2 681 1503 .453 182 492 .370 393 600 .655

1021 36.5 575 421 15.0 199 40 870 31.1 588 352 12.6 202 88

1999-00 14-15 2003 69.1 681 1598 .426 150 415 .361 491 751 .654 15-14 2057 70.9 705 1539 .458 193 548 .352 454 696 .652

1070 36.9 606 334 11.5 245 47 954 32.9 619 472 16.3 212 111

2000-01 18-10 2034 72.6 727 1638 .444 153 466 .328 427 693 .616 10-18 1825 65.2 589 1478 .399 146 441 .331 501 702 .714

1095 39.1 624 375 13.4 279 90 967 34.5 618 321 11.5 186 94

2001-02 18-10 2281 81.5 822 1790 .459 139 440 .316 498 707 .704 10-18 2039 72.8 706 1705 .414 188 574 .328 439 625 .702

1129 40.3 564 392 14.0 252 119 1055 37.7 565 407 14.5 182 114

2002-03 20-11 2543 82.0 899 1933 .465 167 474 .352 578 791 .731 11-20 2332 75.2 832 1925 .432 225 647 .348 443 614 .721

1201 38.7 590 448 14.5 354 156 1122 36.2 639 506 16.3 243 136

2003-04

27-6 2618 79.3 946 2059 .459 201 580 .347 525 762 .689 6-27 2291 69.4 843 2064 .408 234 734 .319 371 535 .693

1269 38.5 557 505 15.3 382 192 1269 38.5 487 407 14.7 219 129

2004-05 10-19 2228 76.8 823 1811 .454 197 530 .372 385 567 .679 19-10 2283 78.7 828 1836 .451 250 707 .354 377 567 .665

1094 37.7 521 342 11.8 234 70 1125 38.8 532 505 17.4 254 116

2005-06 15-13 2284 81.6 862 1827 .472 163 496 .329 397 616 .644 13-15 2178 77.8 785 1774 .443 241 702 .343 367 531 .691

1087 38.8 489 341 12.2 288 76 1059 37.8 535 453 16.2 246 103

2006-07 24-10 2486 73.1 905 1984 .456 209 603 .347 467 648 .721 10-24 2287 67.3 793 1988 .399 237 734 .323 464 687 .675

1242 36.5 679 540 15.9 338 158 1248 36.7 592 446 13.1 278 115

2007-08 19-13 2514 78.6 888 1951 .455 230 642 .358 508 705 .721 13-19 2470 77.2 850 1954 .435 295 841 .351 475 729 .652

1191 37.2 671 419 13.1 285 101 1230 38.4 618 509 15.9 224 108

2008-09 23-11 2657 78.1 944 2044 .462 195 590 .331 574 810 .709 11-23 2383 70.1 825 2027 .407 279 853 .327 454 653 .695

1290 37.9 622 429 12.6 287 131 1245 36.6 645 430 12.7 229 89

2009-10 20-15 2424 69.3 855 1978 .432 177 575 .308 537 815 .659 15-20 2362 67.5 801 1917 .418 260 782 .332 500 756 .661

1277 36.5 673 382 10.9 293 112 1250 35.7 672 463 13.2 257 131

Team Records Most Points Game: (ETSU) (Opp.) (Comb.) Season: (ETSU) (Opp.)

125, vs. Newberry, 89-90 125, by Syracuse, 12/15/07 228, vs. MTSU, 1959-60 3103, 1990-91 2673, 1989-90

Scoring Average Season: (ETSU) (Opp.)

94.0, 85.7,

1990-91 1974-75

Field Goals Made Game: (ETSU) 47, twice vs. Shenandoah, 12/17/01 vs, Charleston, 11/25/89 (Opp.) 49, by Syracuse, 12/2/88 Season: (ETSU) 1132, 1990-91 (Opp.) 1029, 1989-90

Field Goals Attempted Game: (ETSU) (Opp.) Season: (ETSU) (Opp.)

92, vs. Oral Roberts, 2/24/93 94, by Oral Roberts, 2/24/93 2208, 1990-91 2264, 1989-90

Field Goal Percentage Game: Season:

(ETSU) (Opp.) (ETSU) (Opp.)

.688 (44-64), .758 (47-62), .530 (885-669), .512 (804-1569),

vs.UVa.-Wise, 11/20/04 by Syracuse, 12/15/07 1982-83 1983-84

Lowest Field Goal Percentage Season: (ETSU) (Opp.)

82

3FG

1997-98 11-16 1779 65.9 626 1420 .441 120 352 .341 407 634 .642 16-11 1807 66.9 655 1471 .445 126 386 .326 371 573 .647

.411 (768-1866), .399, twice (589-1478), (793-1988),

1972-73 2000-01 2006-07

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game: (ETSU) 15 twice, Memphis, 2/18/91 & UNCG 2/12/05 (Opp.) 19, Alabama, 12/1/04 Season: (ETSU) 301, 1990-91 (Opp.) 295, 2007-08

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: (ETSU) (Opp.) Season: (ETSU) (Opp.)

46, Mars Hills 2/13/91 45, Alabama, 12/1/05 749, 1990-91 853, 2008-09

Three-Point Percentage Game: Season:

(ETSU) (Opp.) (ETSU) (Opp.)

.786 (11-14), .750 (6-8), .464 (45-97), .422 (105-249),

vs. Arkansas, 11/27/09 by Michigan, 3/23/92 1982-83 1986-87

Free Throws Made Game: (ETSU) 39, twice vs. Davidson, 2/9/02 vs. VMI, 2/4/03 (Opp.) 38, by App. St., 1/28/98 Season: (ETSU) 589, 1991-92 (Opp.) 517, 1990-91

Free Throws Attempted Game: (ETSU) (Opp.) Season: (ETSU) (Opp.)

49, vs. Wofford, 12/4/93 50, by Oregon, 12/15/91 50, vs. Belmont, 1/23/10 834, 1991-92 756, 2009-10

Free Throw Percentage Game: Season:

(ETSU) (Opp.) (ETSU) (Opp.)

1.000 (12-12), .950 (19-20), .749 (567-757), .739 (351-475),

N.C. State, 2/6/92 by W. Carolina, 2/4/02 1989-90 1995-96

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Single Game Record 52 47 42 42 41 41 40 40 39 39 38 38 38 38 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 35 35 35

Scoring

Austin Peay W. Kentucky W. Carolina MTSU Ga. Southern W. Kentucky Morehead St. Miss. Southern VMI Jacksonville W. Kentucky MTSU Tenn. Tech Mercer Marshall Morehead St. App. St. MTSU Campbell Furman Stetson Davidson Marshall Centenary Georgia Southern Citadel Chattanooga Wofford MTSU Wofford Marshall

2/5/61 2/24/61 2/16/02 5/9/60 2/26/05 2/15/69 59/60 12/30/60 2/19/98 1/3/09 1/13/73 59/60 1/21/61 2/28/09 2/23/91 1/29/72 12/5/60 1/1/75 1/7/06 3/2/05 3/04/09 2/9/02 2/24/90 2/11/61 2/2/02 2/15/86 66/67 2/14/59 2/20/61 2/22/61 11/23/04

Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 att.)

Reggie Todd Rodney English Phil Powe Rodney English Isiah Brown Brad Nuckles Tony Patterson Robert Doggett Sheldon Cooley Rodney English Trazel Silvers Greg Dennis Tony Patterson Marty Story Greg Dennis Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Wes Stallings Wes Stallings D. Childress Tim Smith Brad Nuckles Chad Keller Tim Smith Tim Smith Kevin Tiggs D. Childress Greg Dennis Tony Patterson Tim Smith Courtney Pigram Tim Smith Wes Stallings Greg Dennis Tiras Wade Tim Smith Tim Smith

.923 .917 .900 .900 .900 .833 .833 .818 .800 .800 .800 .786 .786 .769 .769 .769 .769

12-13 11-12 9-10 9-10 9-10 15-18 10-12 9-11 8-10 8-10 8-10 11-14 11-14 10-13 10-13 10-13 10-13

WCU 97-98 WCU 90-91 ASU 95-96 MAR 90-91 Kenn. St. 12/23/08 GWU 06-07 VMI 94-95 Wofford 94-95 Belmont 09-10 Chatt. 90-91 E. Illinois 92-93 Davidson 87-88 Chatt. 93-94 Bluefield 88-89 VMI 88-89 Citadel 88-89 G. Mason 90-91

Field Goals Made 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13

Citadel Citadel W. Carolina Ga. Southern Gardner-Webb Citadel Campbell Furman Stetson Ga. Southern WCU VMI Elon Jacksonville Wofford WCU Erskine UVa.-Wise C. of Charleston Clemson

Field Goals Attempted

Tim Smith Tim Smith Courtney Pigram Tim Smith Tim Smith Tim Smith D. Childress Tim Smith Tim Smith Tim Smith Courtney Pigram Tony Patterson

31 30 30 29 29 28 27 27 27 27 26 26

C. of Charleston Marshall Mercer Furman Ga. Southern Wofford W. Carolina Gardner-Webb Fresno State Elon Clemson VMI

2010-2011 Media Guide

85-86 85-86 01-02 2/26/05 1/7/07 87-88 1/7/06 3/2/05 3/4/09 2/2/02 89-90 93-94 2/7/05 1/3/09 2/5/05 85-86 87-88 02-03 03-04 12/9/05 03-04 11/23/04 1/3/09 3/2/05 2/26/05 2/5/05 01-02 2/11/06 11/27/04 2/7/05 3/14/07 93-94

Wes Stallings Tim Smith Tim Smith Greg Dennis Tim Smith Tim Smith Major Geer Courtney Pigram

26 26 26 25 25 25 24 24

CIT Kennesaw State Clemson Marshall Cincinnati Appalachian St. Chamin. Temple

Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 Att.)

D. Childress Greg Dennis Keith Jennings Calvin Cannady D. Childress Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Jason Niblett Jason Niblett Shahid Perkins Micah Williams Keith Jennings Greg Stephens D. Childress Keith Jennings Courtney Pigram Kevin Tiggs Greg Dennis Keith Jennings Phil Powe Greg Stephens Jerald Fields Zakee Wadood

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

14-14 12-12 12-12 11-11 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10

Davidson MAR VMI WCU Radford WCU Cinc. Marshall Chatt. Chatt. Marshall Wofford Campbell

Free Throws Made 18 17 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12

ASU VMI Davidson Michigan St. USC Upstate Tennessee Tech Marshall VMI ASU Chatt. VMI Ga. Southern

Free Throws Attempted

Greg Stephens Keith Jennings Zakee Wadood Kevin Tiggs Greg Stephens Zakee Wadood Kevin Tiggs Tayloe Taylor D. Childress Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Phil Powe Jerald Fields Zakee Wadood Rodney English Greg Stephens Dillion Sneed

19 19 19 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13

VMI ASU Coastal Carolina Lipscomb Chas. South. Ga. Southern Tennessee Tech Stetson Davidson UNCA Mich. St. ASU VMI C. Carolina ASU Chatt. Alabama

Three-Point Field Goal Pct. (min. 5 made)

Alvin West Kenyona Swader Courtney Pigram Corrie Johnson Major Geer Greg Dennis Calvin Talford Gabe Lisicky Tim Smith Travis Strong Travis Strong

.857 .833 .750 .750 .750 .750 .750 .714 .714 .714 .714

6-7 5-6 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-7

BYU Tenn.-Wes. Campbell CNC Marshall WCU Monmouth CSU Ga. Sth. Elon Union

85-86 1/12/06 12/9/05 89-90 03-04 1/5/05 89-90 11/14/08

2/9/02 89-90 89-90 85-86 12/8/01 89-90 90-91 90-91 90-91 91-92 92-93 95-96 09-10 87-88 97-98 01-02 88-89 1/26/09 11/24/08 89-90 89-90 94-95 97-98 02-03 03-04 97-98 87-88 02-03 1/17/09 97-98 03-04 11/24/08 12/2/06 2/9/02 87-88 88-89 94-95 01-02 01-02 91-92 97-98 12/1/04

90-91 12/1/07 1/9/07 94-95 88-89 89-90 89-90 97-98 2/26/05 1/15/05 12/21/04

Three-Point Field Goals Made

Courtney Pigram Courtney Pigram James Anthony Dimeco Childress James Anthony Ryan Lawson Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Calvin Talford Corrie Johnson Alvin West Alvin West Major Geer Greg Dennis

10 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Mercer Lipscomb UNC Greensboro Vanderbilt Austin Peay W. Carolina Furman Marshall Monmouth Carson-Newman BYU Drake Marshall WCU

2/28/09 1/27/07 2/21/05 00-01 2/19/05 2/4/02 90-91 90-91 89-90 94-95 90-91 89-90 89-90 89-90

Major Geer Calvin Talford Calvin Talford Alvin West Calvin Talford Tiras Wade Courtney Pigram Courtney Pigram Travis Strong Courntey Pigram

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Marshall Liberty Marshall Arizona Memp. St. UVa.-Wise Florida Atlantic Marshall Tennessee Tech UTC

88-89 89-90 91-92 90-91 90-91 02-03 05-06 05-06 07-08 12/17/08

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted

Courtney Pigram Courtney Pigram Eric Palmer Courtney Pigram Ryan Lawson Travis Strong Justin Tubbs Several tied at 12

23 18 14 13 13 13 13

Tommy Woods Herb Weaver Tommy Woods Herb Weaver Dick Creech Herb Weaver Herb Weaver Herb Weaver Herb Weaver Tommy Woods Tom Chilton Tommy Woods Ron Mitchell Herb Weaver Herb Weaver Jim Brown Tom Chilton Tommy Woods

38 32 32 31 30 30 30 29 28 28 27 27 25 25 25 25 25 25

Keith Jennings Courtney Pigram Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Major Geer Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Keith Jennings

19 18 18 16 15 14 13 13 13 13 13

Zakee Wadood Eryk Thomas Trazel Silvers Tim Smith Tim Smith Travis Strong Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Cliff Decoster Keith Jennings Alvin West Keith Jennings

10 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Brad Nuckles Eryk Thomas Eryk Thomas Jerald Fields Jerald Fields Zakee Wadood Greg Dennis Greg Hamlin Greg Dennis Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Zakee Wadood Isiah Brown

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Mercer Chattanooga Furman Chattanooga Chattanooga Syracuse Lipscomb

Rebounds

MTSU Milligan East Carolina Ky. Wesleyan MTSU Ky. Wesleyan LMU Spring Hill Centenary Wofford MTSU MTSU W. Kentucky David Lipscomb Belmont Wofford Wofford Tenn. Tech

Assists

App. State Mercer Citadel VMI Chattanooga W. Carolina Memphis St. Belmont Austin Peay W. Carolina VMI

Steals

Clemson Jacksonville App. State UVa.-Wise Campbell Morehead State Appalachian St. Appalachian St. Wake Forest Juniata VMI App. State Chattanooga Wofford

Blocks

Jacksonville Jacksonville Milligan UNCG Guilford Texas Tech W. Carolina North Florida App. State Chattanooga Davidson Charleston Virginia The Citadel Wofford Chattanooga

2/28/09 12/17/08 93-94 11/15/06 1/26/02 12/15/07 1/30/10

64-65 56-57 64-65 56-57 54-55 56-57 56-57 55-56 56-57 64-65 60-61 65-66 71-72 56-57 56-57 58-59 60-61 65-66 90-91 2/24/07 90-91 90-91 90-91 90-91 90-91 90-91 89-90 89-90 87-88 03-04 1/15/07 91-92 02-03 1/7/06 12/29/05 01-02 02-03 02-03 02-03 00-01 90-91 90-91 89-90 1/15/07 1/15/07 12/9/06 01-02 01-02 03-04 91-92 1/5/08 89-90 02-03 02-03 02-03 02-03 03-04 03-04 09-10

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Tom Chilton Tom Chilton D. Childress Tom Chilton Tim Smith Harley Swift Tom Chilton Tom Chilton Greg Stephens Courtney Pigram Henry White Tom Chilton Tom Chilton Courtney Pigram Keith Jennings Henry White Tom Chilton K. Reynolds Tim Smith Tim Smith Kevin Tiggs D. Childress Greg Dennis Tom Chilton D. Childress Wes Stallings Leroy Fisher Tom Chilton Tom Chilton Tom Chilton Tim Smith

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Conference History Bucs In Individual Conference Records

Ohio Valley Conference Finishes

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Regular Conference Overall Year Finish W L W L 1957-58 7th (of 7) 0 0 7 18 1958-59 4th (of 7) 5 7 13 10 1959-60 7th (of 7) 2 10 9 14 1960-61 7th (of 7) 1 11 9 15 1961-62 6th (of 7) 3 9 11 14 1962-63 3rd (of 7) 7 5 14 8 1963-64 3rd (of 8) 8 6 12 10 1964-65 6th (of 8) 4 10 6 17 1965-66 7th (of 8) 3 11 7 14 1966-67 2nd (of 8) 8 6 17 9 1967-68 1st (of 8) 10 4 19 8 1968-69 5th (of 8) 6 8 15 11 1969-70 3rd (of 8) 8 6 15 11 1970-71 4th (of 8) 8 6 12 12 1971-72 6th (of 8) 6 8 11 14 1972-73 8th (of 8) 2 12 9 17 1973-74 8th (of 8) 3 11 8 18 1974-75 6th (of 8) 5 9 9 14 1975-76 8th (of 8) 4 10 6 20 1976-77 5th (of 8) 6 8 12 14 1977-78 2nd (of 8) 10 4 18 9

Southern Conference Finishes

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

NA 4th (of 9) 4th (of 9) 4th (of 7) 3rd (of 9) 7th (of 9) 9th (of 9) 5th (of 9) 9th (of 9) 4th (of 9) 4th (of 9) 1st (of 9) 1st (of 9) T1st (of 9) 2nd (of 10) T2nd (of 10) 2nd in N T5th in N 5th in N 5th in N 3rd in N 4th in N 1st in N T1st in N T1st in N 1st in N 5th in N

0 0 16 8 7 15 9 7 13 8 8 13 12 4 22 6 10 9 3 13 9 8 8 13 3 13 7 9 7 14 7 7 20 12 2 27 11 3 28 12 2 24 12 6 19 13 5 16 9 5 14 3 11 7 2 12 7 6 9 11 9 7 17 8 8 14 13 3 18 11 5 18 11 5 20 15 1 27 4 12 10

Scoring Average: 1st 32.1 Tom Chilton Field Goal Percentage: 5th .661 Bob Brown Rebound Average: 4th 19.6 Tommy Woods

1960-61 1975-76 1964-65

Southern Conference Single Game

FG Percentage: 1st 1.000 (10-10) Calvin Cannady (Radford) FT Percentage: 6th 1.000 (14-14) Dimeco Childress (ETSU) Assists: 1st 19 Keith Jennings (App. St) T-9th 15 Keith Jennings (Chatt.) Steals: T2nd 10 Zakee Wadood T6th 8 Trazel Silvers (App. St.) T6th 8 Trazel Silvers (Michigan) T6th 8 Tim Smith (UVa.-Wise)

1985 2002 1991 1991 2003 1993 1994 2002

Season 11 13 14 15 9 19 18 16 21 15 11 7 5 7 10 14 14 20 20 16 11 15 10 10 11 6 19

FG Percentage (min. 5/game): 1st .675 (197/292) Troy Lee Mikell 4th .647 (189/292) Rodney English 3-Pt. FG % (min. 1.5/game): 1st .592 (84/142) Keith Jennings 8th .496 (63/127) Keith Jennings Free Throw Percentage: 2nd .932 (68/73) Ryan Lawson 5th .895 (136/152) Keith Jennings Assists: 1st 301 Keith Jennings 2nd 297 Keith Jennings 10th 202 Keith Jennings Assist Average: 1st 9.1 Keith Jennings Steals: 1st 109 Keith Jennings 2nd 93 Zakee Wadood 3rd 92 Zakee Wadood 5th 84 Keith Jennings Blocks: 9th 70 Zakee Wadood

1983 1991 1991 1990 2002 1991 1991 1990 1989 1991 1991 2003 2004 1990 2004

ETSU in SoCon Tournament Championships Year Finish 1983 Runnerup 1989 Champion 1990 Champion 1991 Champion 1992 Champion 1993 Runnerup 2003 Champion 2004 Champion

Score Opponent 62-70 Chattanooga 96-73 Marshall 96-75 Appalachian St. 101-82 Appalachian St. 74-62 Chattanooga 75-86 Chattanooga 97-80 Chattanooga 78-62 Chattanooga

5th 1st T-3rd T-2nd

12 8 15 16 2 24 11 5 19 14 6 23

Score Opponent 67-94 Belmont 85-68 Jacksonville 85-68 Jacksonville 72-66 Mercer

1987-91 1987-91 1987-91 1987-91 1987-91 1987-91 1987-91 2000-04 1988-91 2000-0 1988-92

Atlantic Sun Conference Single Game Assists: 1st 18 Courtney Pigram FG Attempts 1st 30 Courtney Pigram 3-pt. FG Attempts 1st 23 Courtney Pigram

Season

Points 3rd 729 Free Throws Made 4th 196 Steals: 3rd 95 5th 89 Steals per game: 3rd 3.4 Double-doubles 9th 13 Career Points 4th 2043 FG Made 7th 739 FG Attempts 3rd 1845 3-pt. FG Made T-5th 276 3-pt. FG Attempts 2nd 808 Steals 3rd 232

2006-07 2008-09 2008-09

Kevin Tiggs

2008-09

Kevin Tiggs

2008-09

Tim Smith Courtney Pigram

2005-06 2006-07

Tim Smith

2005-06

Tommy Hubbared

2009-10

Courtney Pigram

2005-09

Courtney Pigram

2005-09

Courtney Pigram

2005-09

Courtney Pigram

2005-09

Courtney Pigram

2005-09

Courtney Pigram

2005-09

ETSU Players Among NCAA Leaders

13 10 13 11

ETSU in A-Sun Tournament Championships Finish Runnerup Champion Champion Champion

3-Pt. FG Made: 8th 223 Keith Jennings 9th 221 Major Geer 3-Pt. FG % (min. 120 made): 1st .493 Keith Jennings (233-452) FT %: 4th .861 Keith Jennings Assists: 1st 983 Keith Jennings Assist Average: 1st 7.7 Keith Jennings Steals: 1st 334 Keith Jennings 4th 246 Zakee Wadood Steals Average: 1st 2.6 Keith Jennings Blocked Shots: 8th 182 Zakee Wadood 10th 174 Greg Dennis

ETSU In The NCAA

Atlantic Sun Conference Finishes 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Year 2007 2008 2009 2010

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Career

Ohio Valley Conference Season

SEASON Year Scoring Tom Chilton 1960-61 Tim Smith 2004-05 Tim Smith 2005-06 Kevin Tiggs 2008-09 Three-point Shooting Keith Jennings 1990-91 Steals Per Game Zakee Wadood 2002-03 Zakee Wadood 2003-04 Tim Smith 2005-06 Courtney Pigram 2006-07 Blocks Per Game Zakee Wadood 2003-04

Rank

Mark

1st 7th 13th 17th

32.1 22.2 22.0 21.4

1st

59.2%

2nd 4th 1st 11th

3.2 2.8 3.4 2.6

24th

2.1

CAREER Three-Point Shooting Keith Jennings Assists Keith Jennings Steals Keith Jennings Tim Smith

Mark

Rank

49.3%

2nd

983

4th

334 313

11th 23rd

Buccaneer Basketball


Player Honors

1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1976-77 1977-78

Mike Kretzer was named to the All-OVC squad in 1968-69 and 1969-70.

Triple-Doubles

2006 Tim Smith vs. Kennesaw State (1/25/06) 21 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists 2008 Courtney Pigram vs. Wingate (11/20/08) 21 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists

#42

Retired Number

Tom Chilton

All-Americans

Tom Chilton 1961 Converse (Second Team) Keith Jennings 1991 U.S. Basketball Writers (Second Team) 1991 NABC (Second Team) 1991 Associated Press (Third Team) 1991 Sporting News (Third Team) Rusty Woy 1954 Helms Foundation Zakee Wadood 2004 Associated Press (Honorable Mention) Courtney Pigram 2007 Associate Press (Honorable Mention)

Southern 1980-81 Troy Lee Mikell (2nd) 1981-82 Troy Lee Mikell (2nd) Winfred Reid (2nd) 1982-83 Troy Lee Mikell Winfred King (2nd) 1985-86 Wes Stallings Calvin Cannady (2nd) 1987-88 Greg Dennis (2nd) 1988-89 Greg Dennis Keith Jennings (2nd) 1989-90 Greg Dennis (1st - media & coaches) Keith Jennings (1st - media & coaches) Calvin Talford (1st-coaches; 2nd-media) 1990-91 Keith Jennings (1st - media & coaches) Rodney English (1st - media) Calvin Talford (1st - coaches; 2nd - media)

1991-92 Rodney English (1st - media & coaches) Calvin Talford (1st - media & coaches) Greg Dennis (2nd, media) 1992-93 Jerry Pelphrey (1st - coaches; 2nd - media) Trazel Silvers (1st - coaches; 2nd - media) 1993-94 Trazel Silvers (1st - coaches; 2nd - media) 1994-95 Tony Patterson (1st - coaches; 2nd - media) 1997-98 Greg Stephens (1st - coaches; 2nd - media) 1998-99 Greg Stephens (1st - coaches; 1st - media) 2000-01 Dimeco Childress (1st - coaches; 3rd - media) 2001-02 Dimeco Childress (1st - coaches & media) Zakee Wadood (2nd - coaches) 2002-03 Zakee Wadood (1st - coaches; 2nd - media) 2003-04 Zakee Wadood (1st - coaches & media) Tim Smith (1st - coaches & media) Jerald Fields (1st - coaches; 2nd - media) 2004-05 Tim Smith (1st - coaches & media) 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Atlantic Sun Tim Smith (1st) Courtney Pigram (1st) Brad Nuckles (2nd) Courtney Pigram (1st) Kevin Tiggs (2nd) Kevin Tiggs (1st) Courtney Pigram (2nd) Tommy Hubbard (2nd)

Coaches of the Year

1967-68 1977-78

Ohio Valley Madison Brooks Sonny Smith

1989-90 1989-90

Southern Les Robinson (Media) Les Robinson (Coaches)

2000-01 2001-02 2003-04

Ed DeChellis (Coaches/Media) Ed DeChellis (Coaches) Murry Bartow (Coaches/Media)

2006-07

Atlantic Sun Murry Bartow

Conference Player of the Year

Ohio Valley 1967-68 Harley ( Skeeter) Swift Southern 1982-83 1989-90 1990-91 2001-02 2003-04

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

All-Conference Honorees

Ohio Valley Tom Chilton Tom Chilton Tom Chilton Willie Malone Willie Malone Mal Roberts Houston Frazier Tommy Woods Tommy Woods Harley (Skeeter) Swift Harley (Skeeter) Swift Ernie Sims Harley (Skeeter) Swift Mike Kretzer Mike Kretzer Bob Brown Scott Place

Troy Lee Mikell Keith Jennings (Coaches) Keith Jennings (Media, Coaches) Dimeco Childress (Coaches) Zakee Wadood (Media, Coaches)

Atlantic Sun 2005-06 Tim Smith 2006-07 Courtney Pigram

2010-2011 Media Guide

Jerry Pelphrey , a former assistant coach, was a 1993 All-Southern Conference choice.

Greg Stephens was voted All-Southern Conference following the 97-98 and 98-99 seasons.

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Player Honors

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 2002-03 2003-04 2008-09

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 86

1966-67 1966-67

Keith Jennings won the Naismith Award in 1990-91.

ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame

Richard Arnold

Dean Bailey

Charlie Bayless

Madison Brooks, coach

Tom Chilton

Greg Dennis

Gene Derrick

Atlee Hammaker

A.R. Isbell

Edwin Kennedy

Mike Kretzer

Alan LeForce

Willie Malone

Charlie Matlock

Hal Morrison

Gary McGinnis

Gene McMurray, coach

Buddy Poole

L.T. Roberts, coach

Les Robinson

Gene Quarles

Kermit Quillen

Harley “Skeeter” Swift

Buck Van Huss

Roy Van Pangle

Tommy Woods

Rusty Woy

1979-80 1981-82 1982-83 1985-86 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1994-95 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10

Tournament MVP Southern Conference Keith Jennings Keith Jennings Greg Dennis Tim Smith Tim Smith Atlantic Sun Conference Kevin Tiggs All-Tournament Ohio Valley Tommy Woods Richard Arnold Southern Troy Lee Mikell Andre Motley Troy Lee Mikell (2nd) Winfred Reid (2nd) Troy Lee Mikell Winfred King Wes Stallings Calvin Cannady (2nd) Greg Dennis (2nd) Keith Jennings (2nd) Greg Dennis Keith Jennings Calvin Talford Alvin West Greg Dennis Keith Jennings Calvin Talford (2nd) Alvin West (2nd) Keith Jennings Alvin West (2nd) Greg Dennis Rodney English Calvin Talford Jason Niblett Jerry Pelphrey (2nd) Eric Palmer (2nd) Geoff Herman (2nd) Zakee Wadood (1st) Tim Smith (1st) Jerald Fields (2nd) Zakee Wadood (1st) Tim Smith (1st) Jerald Fields (1st) Travis Strong (2nd) Tim Smith (1st) Atlantic Sun Tim Smith (1st) Courtney Pigram Mike Smith Kevin Tiggs Courtney Pigram Mike Smith Micah Williams Tommy Hubbard Justin Tubbs

Madison Brooks was the 1967-68 OVC Coach-of-the-Year.

Freshman Of The Year 1979-80 1987-88 2002-03

Southern Conference Troy Lee Mikell Greg Dennis Tim Smith

All-Freshman Team 1979-80 1983-84 1987-88 1987-88 1988-89 1990-91 1991-92 1993-94 1996-97 1997-98 2001-02 2002-03

Southern Conference Troy Lee Mikell David Vaught Greg Dennis Keith Jennings Calvin Talford Trazel Silvers Reese Dudley Corrie Johnson Ryan Wilson Adrian Meeks Tiras Wade Tim Smith

2005-06 2006-07

Atlantic Sun Conference Courtney Pigram Mike Smith

HONORS & AWARDS

1990-91 1991 1990-91 1982-83

Adrian Meeks was named to the 1997-98 Southern Conference All-Freshman Squad.

1990-91 2002-03 2004-05 1977

Southern Conference 75th Anniversary Team Keith Jennings (2nd Team) Francis Pomeroy Naismith Award (Best player in nation under 6’0”) Keith Jennings Edward Steitz Award (NCAA’s Top Three-Point Shooter) Keith Jennings Bob Waters Award (SoCon Male Athlete of the Year) Keith Jennings Sports Illustrated Player of the Week Troy Lee Mikell (March 7, 1983) CBS Player of the Game Scholarship Rodney English (NCAA Midwest Regional vs. Iowa) Zakee Wadood (NCAA East Regional vs. Wake Forest)

Tim Smith

(NCAA Atlanta Regional vs. Cincinnati)

Citizens Savings Hall of Fame Madison Brooks

Buccaneer Basketball


A Erskin Anavitarte, 96-97, 9798, 99-00 Columbus Anderson, 58-59 James Anthony, 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 Richard Arnold, 66-67, 67-68 Tim Austin, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87

B Charlie Bailey, 68-69, 69-70, 70-71 Petras Balocka, 2006-07 John Barrett, 70-71, 71-72, 72-73 Jay Baumgardner, 51-52, 52-53 Greg Belcher, 81-82, 82-83 Carl Bell, 56-57, 57-58, 58-59 Mike Biggs, 94-95, 95-96 Oran Blackburn, 50-51, 51-52 Ben Blakley, 95-96, 96-97 Ferrell Bowman, 54-55, 55-56 Richard Bragg, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 Howard Bridgers, 2003-04 Keeton Brooks, 01-02 Bob Brown, 73-74, 74-75, 75-76, 76-77 Isiah Brown, 2008-09, 09-10 Jim Brown, 58-59, 59-60 Jim Brown, 64-65 Leslie Brunn, 91-92, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96 Howard Burgess, 76-77

C Lynn Campbell, 49-50, 50-51, 51-52 Calvin Cannady, 82-83, 84-85, 85-86 Gene Carr, 56-57, 57-58 Ryan Carson, 00-01 Dimeco Childress, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02 Tom Chilton, 58-59, 59-60, 60-61 Hugh Clark, 49-50 Ben Coffman, 82-83, 83-84 Ken Cole, 57-58, 58-59, 59-60 Leroy Combs, 49-50, 50-51 Sheldon Cooley, 2009-10 Leo Cooper, 54-55, 55-56, 56-57 Adrian Coulter, 59-60, 6061, 61-62 Tim Counts, 76-77, 77-78, 78-79, 79-80 Bill Cox, 57-58 Steve Cox, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 Seth Coy, 2008-09 Dick Creech, 52-53, 53-54, 54-55 Johnny Crouch, 59-60 Dennis Crumley, 59-60, 60-61 Bruce Curtis, 73-74, 74-75

D Scott Daniel, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 Gale Daniels, 68-69, 69-70

Steve Danko, 58-59, 59-60 Bill Ed Davis, 56-57, 57-58 Gareth Davis, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00 Jocolby Davis, 2007-08, 2009-10 Don Dawson, 53-54 Cliff Decoster, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02 Greg Dennis, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 91-92 Mike Dent, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 Delwyn Dillard, 95-96 Randy Dodson, 94-95, 95-96 Robert Doggett, 93-94, 94-95 Roy Donaldson, 86-87, 87-88 Aaron Douglas, 80-81, 81-82 Reese Dudley, 90-91, 91-92 Barry Dyer, 74-75 Mike Dzvonik, 65-66, 66-67

Rodney English

E Tony Eckel, 75-76, 76-77 Charlie Edens, 51-52, 52-53, 53-54 Herb Edmonds, 53-54, 54-55, 55-56, 56-57 Jordan Edwards, 2009-10 Floyd Elliott, 64-65, 65-66 Rodney English, 90-91, 91-92 Kenny Ervin, 60-61, 61-62, 62-63 Gene Estep, 52-53

Charles Gibson, 49-50 Cliff Gibson, 63-64 Gordon Gifford, 68-69, 69-70, 70-71 Bill Gillett, 57-58 Jerry Glass, 56-57 Jimmy Goff, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 Vernard Goode, 86-87 John Gray, 81-82, 82-83 Michael Griffith, 99-00 Bruce Grimm, 2009-10 Jack Greene, 51-50

H Rich Holbrook, 71-72, 72-73, 73-74 Bobby Hall, 68-69, 71-72 Kenny Hamilton, 65-66 Mike Hannon, 72-73 Greg Hamlin, 2007-08, 2008-09 Atlee Hammaker, 76-77, 77-78 Ron Hardin, 70-71, 71-72, 72-73 Jerry Harmon, 71-72 Gene Harrell, 60-61, 61-62, 62-63, 63-64 Davis Harriel, 60-61, 61-62 Buddy Hartsell, 55-56, 56-57, 57-58, 58-59 Jim Hatfield, 63-64, 64-65, 65-66 Moe Hayes, 90-91 Gene Helton, 64-65 David Henderson, 81-82, 82-83 Geoff Herman, 93-94, 94-95 James Hildenbrand, 83-84, 84-85 Damien Hodge, 90-91, 91-92 Steve Horn, 73-74, 74-75, 75-76 Mike Holt, 60-61 Bob Hubbard, 56-57 Tommy Hubbard, 200708, 08-09, 09-10 Andy Huckabay, 97-98,98-99 Shannon Huffstetler, 01-02, 02-03

F Allen Fairfax, 74-75, 75-76 Jay Fanning, 52-53 Steve Ferris, 74-75 George Fields, 52-53 Jerald Fields, 2000-01, 0102, 02-03, 03-04 Leroy Fisher, 65-66, 66-67, 67-68 Jim Fleenor, 53-54, 54-55, 55-56 Tim Fleming, 67-68, 69-70, 70-71 Junior Floyd, 93-94, 94-95 Charlie Fox, 63-64, 64-65, 65-66 Houston Frazier, 61-62, 6263, 93-64 Bert Frazure, 71-72, 72-73, 73-74, 74-75 Eddie Fritts, 55-56, 56-57

G Tony Gardner, 61-62 Major Geer, 87-88, 88-89, 8990, 90-91

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J A.J. Jackson, 2003-04 Chip Jaworski, 64-65, 65-66 Anthony Jenkins, 76-77 Huey Jenkins, 57-58 Keith Jennings, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 B.J. Johnson, 76-77, 77-78 Corrie Johnson, 93-94, 94-95 De’Shaud Johnson, 200910 Renaldo Johnson, 99-00, 00-01

Stan Johnson, 57-58, 58-59 Jarvis Jones, 2008-09, 09-10 Ray Jones, 57-58 Charles Jones, 75-76, 76-77 Darell Jones, 89-90, 90-91, 92-93, 93-94 Rodney Jones, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 Ron Jones, 72-73

K Shaun Keaton, 05-06 Kyle Keeton, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 Chad Keller, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 Charles Kelly, 58-59 Doug Kern, 56-57, 57-58, 58-59 Willis Kimbro, 52-53, 53-54, 54-55 John King, 86-87, 87-88 Winfred King, 82-83 Ron Koon, 75-76, 76-77 Mike Kretzer, 67-68, 68-69, 69-70 Mark Larkey, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89

L Ryan Lawson, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 Craig Lester, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 Mark Lester, 82-83 Bobby Leverett, 76-77 Gabe Lisicky, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00 Bob Lloyd, 50-51, 51-52

M Nat Major, 72-73, 73-74 Willie Malone, 60-61, 61-62, 62-63, 63-64 Carniel Manuel, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 Tim Mapes, 74-75 Danny Martin, 72-73, 73-74, 74-75 Gary Martin, 65-66, 66-67, 67-68 Tommy Martin, 69-70, 70-71, 71-72 Jack Maxey, 49-50 Justin McClellan, 92-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96 D.J. McDuffie, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 Gary McGinnis, 50-51, 5152, 52-53, 53-54 Laney McLaughlin, 65-66 Jerry McNabb, 69-70, 70-71, 71-72 Ralph McQuery, 59-60, 60-61 Adrian Meeks, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 Steve Messerli, 72-73 Troy L. Mikell, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83 Andy Miles, 60-61, 61-62 Larry Miller, 63-64, 64-65, 65-66 Wayne Miller, 63-64, 64-65, 65-66 Horace Mingo, 72-73, 73-74

Blake Mishler, 2006-07, 07-08 Chris Mitchell, 2004-05 Ron Mitchell, 71-72, 72-73, 73-74 Charlie Morgan, 74-75, 7576, 76-77 Lewis Morris, 85-86, 86-87 Hal Morrison, 51-52, 52-53, 53-54 Mike Morrison, 59-60, 60-61 Andre Motley, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83 Doug Mullins, 61-62 Leo Murray, 98-99, 99-00

D.J. McDuffie

N David Netschke, 59-61 Bill Newbold, 62-63, 63-64, 64-65 Jason Niblett, 91-92, 92-93 Willard Nickerson, 67-68 Gordon Nidiffer, 56-57, 57-58 Brad Nuckles, 2002-03, 0304, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07

O Sam Oatman, 2000-01, 0203, 03-04, 04-05

P Eric Palmer, 91-92, 92-93 Tony Patterson, 92-93, 93-94, 94-95 Jerry Pelphrey, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 Andy Pennington, 92-93 Shahid Perkins, 93-94, 95-96 Joe Perry, 77-78, 78-79 Jon Perry, 01-02 Bill Phillips, 57-58 Jamie Phillips, 84-85 Les Phillips, 60-61, 61-62, 62-63, 63-64 Wayne Phillips, 65-66 Courtney Pigram, 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 Tiny Pinder, 75-76 Scott Place, 77-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 Lukas Poderis, 2009-10

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

All-time Letterwinners

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All-time Letterwinners Terry Poindexter, 77-78, 78-79 Rusty Poole, 79-80, 80-81 Mel Popovich, 68-69, 69-70, 70-71 Isaac Potter, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 Phil Powe, 92-93, 93-94, 9495, 95-96 Darrell Price, 72-73, 73-74 Sid Primus, 86-87, 87-88

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 88

Q Marc Quesenberry, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83

R Darrell Range, 60-61, 61-62 Andrew Reed, 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 Marcus Reese, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84 Winfred Reid, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 Kenny Reynolds, 73-74, 74-75 Ben Rhoda, 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 Eddie Rhymer, 56-57, 57-58 John Rice, 69-70, 70-71, 71-72 Ron Richardson, 73-74, 7475, 75-76, 76-77 Jim Riddick, 60-61, 61-62 Loren Riddick, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 John Riley, 71-72 Lynn Ring, 69-70, 70-71 Mal Roberts, 61-62, 62-63 Gary Robinette, 61-62, 6263, 63-64 Osmond Robinson, 77-78, 78-79

Clint Smith, 79-80, 80-81 D. C. Smith, 77-78, 78-79 Irving Smith, 69-70, 70-71 Jim Smith, 76-77, 77-78, 78-79, 79-80 Mike Smith, 2006-07, 0708, 08-09, 09-10 Tim Smith, 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 Dillion Sneed, 04-05, 05-06 Bob Snyder, 56-57 Adam Sollazzo, 2008-09, 09-10 Robert Spears, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 Wes Stallings, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 Ted Starnes, 50-51, 51-52, 52-53 Greg Stephens, 97-98, 98-99 Danny Sterbenz, 98-99 Mac Stiltner, 62-63, 63-64, 64-65 Mike Stockdale, 71-70, 70-71 Marty Story, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 Harold Stout, 52-53 Harold Street, 59-60 Billy Stringer, 68-69, 69-70 Travis Strong, 2003-04, 0405, 05-06, 07-08 Charlie Stuart, 73-74, 74-75, 75-76, 76-77 Greg Surmacz, 04-05 Kenyona Swader, 2006-07, 07-08 Harley Swift, 66-67, 67-68, 68-69

S Albert Sams, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 Bob Sams, 50-51, 51-52 Bob Saylor, 49-50, 50-51 Gary Scheuerman, 61-62, 6263, 63-64 Aaron Scott, 2003-04, 04-05 Clyde Scott, 74-75 Vincent Scott, 78-79 Houston Scruggs, 76-77, 77-78, 78-79 Jack Seaton, 49-50 Elom Seay, 73-74, 74-75 Cory Seels, 2000-01 Jimmy Seward, 51-52 Troy Seymour, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 Chuck Shelton, 70-71, 71-72 Titus Shelton, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 Steve Shirley, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88 Trazel Silvers, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93, 93-94 Leon Simerly, 54-55, 55-56, 56-57 Ernie Sims, 66-67, 67-68 Stuart Sizemore, 50-51, 5152, 52-53 Gerald Sloan, 52-53, 53-54 Billy Smith, 55-56 Bud Smith, 50-51, 51-52

Calvin Talford

T Calvin Talford, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 Morris Tampa, 73-74, 74-75 James Tandy, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 Johnny Taylor, 60-61, 61-62, 62-63 Ron Taylor, 72-73, 73-74 Tayloe Taylor, 2005-06, 06-07 Tom Terry, 74-75 Charles Thaxton, 77-78, 78-79, 80-80, 80-81 Eryk Thomas, 2005-06, 06-07 Kevin Tiggs, 2007-08, 2008-09 Chris Timmerman, 95-96 Bill Tipton, 65-66 Reggie Todd, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 Michael Tolliver, 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04

Justin Tubbs, 2009-10 Nick Tuggle, 2005-06, 06-07 Dequan Twilley, 2006-07, 07-08

U George Underwood, 77-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 Hallis Upchurch, 53-54, 54-55

V Sal Valente, 63-64, 64-65 David Vaught, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 Luke Veney, 76-77, 77-78 Jack Vest, 49-50 Sonny Vinson, 81-82, 82-83

W Tiras Wade, 01-02, 02-03 Zakee Wadood, 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04 Lee Walker, 96-97 George Walling, 66-67, 67-68 J.C. Ward, 2009-10 Worley Ward, 66-67, 67-68, 68-69 Mark Watkins, 83-84, 84-85 Cat Watson, 77-78, 78-79 Jacy Waycaster, 52-53, 53-54, 54-55 Herb Weaver, 53-54, 54-55, 55-56 Charles Webb, 58-59, 59-60 Lavelle Webster, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 Alvin West, 87-88, 88-89, 8990, 90-91 Henry White, 71-72, 72-73, 73-74 Jerry White, 65-66, 66-67 Jerry Wilhoit, 54-55, 55-56, 56-57 Jerry Wilkerson, 71-72, 72-73, 73-74 Denton Willard, 70-71 Jim Williams, 57-58, 58-59, 59-60 Dante Williams, 2005-06, 06-07 Ben Williamson, 2006-07 Micah Williams, 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10 Phil Williford, 69-70, 70-71, 71-72 Bill Wilson, 64-65, 65-66, 66-67 Ryan Wilson, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 Jerry Wolfe, 54-55, 55-56 Micheal Woods 87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 Larry Woods, 66-67, 67-68, 68-69 Tommy Woods, 64-65, 65-66, 66-67 Rusty Woy, 50-51, 51-52, 52-53 Tom Wright, 58-59, 59-60

Z Don Zeiler, 77-78

East Tennessee State Basketball Timeline

Year Overall Conf./Finish 2009-10 20-15 13-7/5th 2008-09 23-11 14-6/T-2 2007-08 19-13 11-5/T-3 2006-07 24-10 16-2/1 2005-06 15-13 12-8/5 2004-05 10-19 4-12/5N 2003-04 27-6 15-1/1N 2002-03 20-11 11-5/T1N 2001-02 18-10 11-5/T1N 2000-01 18-10 13-3/1N 1999-00 14-15 8-8/4N 1998-99 17-11 9-7/3N 1997-98 11-16 6-9/T-5N 1996-97 7-20 2-12/5N 1995-96 7-20 3-11/T-5N 1994-95 14-14 9-5/2N 1993-94 16-14 13-5/First 1992-93 19-10 12-6/Second 1991-92 24-7 12-2/First 1990-91 28-5 11-3/First 1989-90 27-7 12-2/First 1988-89 20-11 7-7/4th 1987-88 14-15 9-7/4th 1986-87 7-21 3-13/8th 1985-86 13-16 8-8/4th 1984-85 9-18 3-13/9th 1983-84 9-19 6-10/7th 1982-83 22-9 12-4/3rd 1981-82 13-15 8-8/4th 1980-81 13-14 9-7/4th 1979-80 15-13 8-7/4th 1978-79 16-11 -- 1977-78 18-9 10-4/2nd 1976-77 12-14 6-8/5th 1975-76 6-20 4-10/8th 1974-75 9-14 5-9/5th 1973-74 8-18 3-11/8th 1972-73 9-17 2-12/8th 1971-72 11-14 6-8/6th 1970-71 12-12 8-6/4th 1969-70 15-11 8-6/3rd 1968-69 15-11 6-8/5th 1967-68 19-8 10-4/1st 1966-67 17-9 8-6/3rd 1965-66 7-14 3-11/7th 1964-65 6-17 4-10/7th 1963-64 12-10 8-6/6th 1962-63 14-8 7-5/3rd 1961-62 11-14 3-9/6th 1960-61 9-15 1-11/7th 1959-60 9-14 2-10/7thj 1958-59 13-10 5-7/4th 1957-58 7-18 -- 1956-57 17-11 -- 1955-56 20-7 -- 1954-55 17-8 -- 1953-54 23-4 -- 1952-53 24-9 -- 1951-52 25-5 -- 1950-51 22-9 -- 1949-50 17-5 -- 1948-49 19-6 -- 1947-48 9-8 -- 1946-47 13-3 -- 1945-46 18-3 -- 1944-45 0-2 -- 1943-44 No Team (WWII) 1942-43 1-7 -- 1941-42 3-11 -- 1940-41 7-7 -- 1939-40 5-7 -- 1938-39 8-6 -- 1937-38 3-9 -- 1936-37 3-9 -- 1935-36 9-5 -- 1934-35 9-7 -- 1933-34 13-5 -- 1932-33 No Records Available 1931-32 12-6 -- 1930-31 10-6 -- 1929-30 1-6 -- 1928-29 4-6 -- 1927-28 4-8 -- 1926-27 3-6 -- 1925-26 3-8 -- 1924-25 5-4 -- 1923-24 6-11 -- 1922-23 5-5 -- 1921-22 11-3 -- 1920-21 10-8 -- 1919-20 2-1 -- 1918-19 0-0 --

Head Coach Bartow Bartow Bartow Bartow Bartow Bartow Bartow DeChellis DeChellis DeChellis DeChellis DeChellis DeChellis DeChellis LeForce LeForce LeForce LeForce LeForce LeForce Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Dowd Dowd Dowd Halihan Halihan Halihan Halihan Smith Smith Fisher Fisher Fisher Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Roberts McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray McMurray N/A Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Luck Luck McFee Reece Reece Reece Reece

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1918-19 (0-0) No Official Games Head Coach: Charles Reece L 20 Tennessee High W Kingsport W 30 Virginia High W 30 @ Newport High W 31 @ Greeneville High L 20 @ Tenn. High

27 28 30 28

1919-20 (1-1) Head Coach: Charles Reece W 30 Carson-Newman L 26 King College

20 33

L W 8

1920-21 (10-8) Head Coach: Charles Reece Opposition unknown. 1921-22 (8-3) Head Coach: Charles Reece W 37 King College W 34 Maryville W 37 King College L 11 Emory and Henry W 24 Athens College W 58 Athens College L 18 Milligan W 21 Maryville W 49 Tusculum L 17 Milligan W 27 Tusculum

20 27 34 16 20 24 49 20 18 19 19

1922-23 (5-5) Head Coach: Vernon McFee W 2 Tusculum L 9 King College L 24 Maryville L 37 Tusculum W 23 Athens College L 20 Maryville W 45 Tennessee Tech L 12 Milligan W 35 Athens College W 29 Milligan

0 20 30 40 12 30 16 47 18 13

1923-24 (5-11) Head Coach: Jim Luck W 13 LMU W 26 Tennessee Tech L 12 King College L 21 Emory and Henry L 9 King College L 13 Carson-Newman W 35 Junaluska College L 10 Tusculum L 23 Lenoir College L 13 Maryville L 21 Cumberland L 20 Eastern Kentucky L 6 Union College L 9 Carson-Newman W 20 Union College W 24 Mountaineers

11 21 30 42 18 52 16 39 25 42 41 38 24 42 19 22

1924-25 (5-4) Head Coach: Jim Luck W 39 Washington Coll. L 29 King College L 25 Mars Hill L L Lenoir College W 29 Lenoir College W 21 Maryville W 28 Mountaineers W 34 Tenn. Wesleyan L 24 Maryville

15 49 28 W 14 20 6 16 37

W W L L L L L L W L L

1925-26 (3-8) Head Coach: John Robinson 26 Lenoir College 35 Mars Hill 22 King College 13 Carson-Newman 20 Concord College 27 Emory and Henry 12 Carson-Newman 29 Emory and Henry W Tusculum 14 Tenn.Wesleyan 17 Tusculum

1926-27 (3-6) Head Coach: John Robinson L 23 Bluefield L 17 King College W 45 Bluefield W 22 Concord L 33 Emory and Henry L 30 Mars Hill L 31 Emory and Henry

25 19 26 44 29 41 31 36 L 37 29

29 35 14 21 39 34 36

20 40

King College Mars Hill

46 30

1927-28 (4-8) Head Coach: John Robinson W 34 Appalachian State W 21 Alabama Southern L 18 Carson-Newman L 22 Emory and Henry L 32 King College L 32 @ Appalachian St. L 40 Carson-Newman L 22 Emory and Henry W 41 Mars Hill W 34 King College L 27 Mars Hill L 27 Maryville

23 20 21 34 33 35 48 23 14 27 30 34

1928-29 (4-6) Head Coach: John Robinson L 17 King College L 15 Appalachian State L 17 Emory and Henry L 29 King College W 44 Carson-Newman L L Mars Hill W 32 Tusculum W W Emory and Henry W 38 Carson-Newman L 17 @ Appalachian St.

23 29 27 44 27 W 28 L 13 27

1929-30 (1-6) Head Coach: John Robinson L 21 Union College L 29 Emory and Henry L 17 Tennessee Tech W 34 King College L 21 Tusculum L 18 Carson-Newman L 10 Milligan

27 35 29 24 29 26 27

1930-31 (10-6) Head Coach: John Robinson L 16 Union (Ky.) W 29 LMU W 35 Appalachian State W 36 Emory and Henry W 30 Catawba W 35 King College L 26 Tennessee Tech W 52 Western Carolina L L Union (Ky.) L 21 LMU W 40 Emory and Henry L 39 @ Appalachian St. W 38 Tusculum W 44 King College W 28 Tusculum L 35 Carson-Newman

24 23 24 29 24 17 47 31 W 48 37 42 31 37 27 47

W L

27 22

1931-32 (12-6) (Only Records Available) Appalachian St. @ App. St.

25 31

1932-33 (No Records Available) 1933-34 (13-5) Head Coach: Gene McMurray W 37 Union College L 41 Western Carolina W 41 Western Carolina W 37 Appalachian State W 37 Carson-Newman W 40 Maryville W 43 LMU L 42 King College W 35 Carson-Newman W 39 Cumberland W 44 Tusculum W 32 LMU L 25 Milligan W 38 @ Appalachian St. L 31 Maryville L 29 Tusculum W 42 Milligan W 38 King College

31 43 20 34 21 39 30 44 28 31 26 30 29 34 52 31 39 35

1934-35 (9-7) Head Coach: Gene McMurray L 27 @ Emory & Henry W 40 Western Carolina W 44 Western Carolina W 44 LMU W 44 Appalachian State L 45 @ Carson-Newman L 21 @ Tusculum L 27 @ Maryville W 49 @ Appalachian St.

56 37 39 34 29 47 36 37 29

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L 20 Emory and Henry W 56 Tusculum W 43 @ LMU W 32 @ Milligan L 29 Maryville W 29 Carson-Newman L 21 Milligan

44 42 41 17 43 26 36

1935-36 (9-5) Head Coach: Gene McMurray W 35 Appalachian State W 39 King College W 47 LMU W 36 Tusculum L 30 Carson-Newman L 31 Maryville W W Tusculum W 46 @ Appalachian St. W 52 Carson-Newman L 20 Emory and Henry W 39 LMU L 35 Maryville W 37 Milligan L 24 Milligan

30 34 43 26 46 48 L 34 47 41 33 40 35 37

1936-37 (1-12) Head Coach: Gene McMurray L 24 Maryville L 33 @ Appalachian St. L 26 Carson-Newman L 29 Maryville L 32 Carson-Newman L 27 LMU L 33 Tusculum L 29 Appalachian State L 38 Milligan L 48 Tusculum W 40 LMU L 35 King College L 23 Milligan

47 52 39 48 58 48 36 56 39 66 33 48 31

1937-38 (3-9) Head Coach: Gene McMurray L 41 King College L 43 LMU L 36 Tusculum W 45 Maryville L 30 Emory and Henry W 46 King College L 40 Carson-Newman W 51 Tusculum L 36 Maryville L 24 Milligan L 44 Emory and Henry L 24 Milligan

47 44 48 39 39 41 51 33 48 53 67 35

1938-39 (8-6) Head Coach: Gene McMurray L 34 King College W 47 LMU W 35 Tusculum L 44 Carson-Newman L 47 Emory and Henry W 39 King College W 51 Tusculum W 39 Emory and Henry L 54 Maryville L 34 Carson-Newman W 54 Milligan W 47 LMU L 46 Maryville W 44 Milligan

42 43 33 45 52 34 37 37 68 43 48 45 47 42

1939-40 (5-7) Head Coach: Gene McMurray L 40 Emory and Henry L 51 LMU W 38 Emory and Henry W 50 Carson-Newman L 40 Maryville W 37 Tusculum L 37 Tusculum W 45 Carson-Newman L 36 Milligan L 37 LMU L 40 Maryville W 59 Milligan

42 53 31 26 48 34 39 39 41 39 44 42

1940-41 (7-7) Head Coach: Gene McMurray L 34 @ Appalachian St. L 42 Emory and Henry L 40 Appalachian State W 68 Emory and Henry W 38 Carson-Newman W 43 Milligan W 37 Maryville L 36 LMU W 53 Maryville W 56 Tusculum W 49 Carson-Newman

51 44 67 52 36 36 30 54 47 41 44

L 49 LMU L 37 Tusculum L 44 Milligan

52 54 48

1941-42 (3-11) Head Coach: Gene McMurray L 33 Tusculum L 49 Lees-McRae W 52 Lees-McRae L 67 New York Celtics L 38 Tusculum L 37 Emory and Henry W 42 Maryville W 67 LMU L 32 Maryville L 41 Carson-Newman L 39 Milligan L 62 Emory and Henry L 40 Milligan L 45 LMU L 22 Carson-Newman

44 50 50 71 46 38 32 53 42 46 55 83 56 48 48

1942-43 (1-7) Head Coach: Gene McMurray 37 Tusculum 29 Tusculum 34 Emory and Henry 38 Emory and Henry 28 Milligan 57 Tenn. Wesleyan 38 Carson-Newman 36 Milligan

47 44 70 55 34 56 45 58

L L L L L W L L

1943-44 (No Team Due to WWII) 1944-45 (0-2) Head Coach: Gene McMurray L 18 Tusculum L 25 Tusculum

30 42

1945-46 (18-3) Head Coach: Gene McMurray W 61 Tusculum W 67 Tusculum W 72 Carson-Newman W 61 Carson-Newman L 24 Tennessee W 51 Milligan W 68 Appalachian State W 62 King College W 54 LMU L 55 @ Appalachian St. W 53 Carson-Newman W 58 Emory and Henry W 49 LMU W 72 Carson-Newman W 48 Emory and Henry W 49 King College L 43 Milligan W 28 Milligan W 41 Carson-Newman W 38 Tusculum W 45 Milligan

37 31 26 43 44 29 35 18 28 58 22 30 39 38 25 20 44 23 27 30 40

1946-47 (13-3) Head Coach: Gene McMurray W 44 Tusculum W 59 Emory and Henry L 48 Tusculum W 38 King College L 31 LMU W 52 Maryville W 55 Emory and Henry W 70 Bluefield W 70 Hiwassee L 49 Maryville W 63 Tenn. Wesleyan W 59 LMU W 80 Bluefield W 67 Hiwassee W 58 Tenn. Wesleyan W 82 King College

32 44 54 36 51 36 46 37 37 55 36 49 69 47 50 40

1947-48 (9-8) Head Coach: L.T. Roberts W 56 King College L 54 Western Carolina L 50 Carson-Newman W 64 Emory and Henry W 47 Tusculum W 45 Carson-Newman L 36 Maryville L 65 LMU L 40 Milligan W 85 Maryville L 55 Western Carolina W 112 Emory and Henry W 66 LMU L 55 Milligan

43 57 52 38 41 33 43 75 59 83 60 58 60 68

W 65 King College W 54 Tusculum L 52 Bluefield

53 51 58

1948-49 (18-6) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 56 Appalachian State W 53 Roanoke College W 50 Washington & Lee W 71 Emory and Henry W 75 Bluefield W 69 King College L 51 Austin Peay L 45 @ W. Carolina W 60 Appalachian State W 56 Tusculum W 56 Carson-Newman W 69 Union College W 72 King College L 56 Milligan L 53 LMU W 67 LMU W 69 Union College W 61 Tusculum W 57 Western Carolina W 55 Milligan W 60 Carson-Newman L 60 Austin Peay L 53 Western Kentucky W 60 Emory and Henry

53 51 44 48 57 63 54 47 52 34 42 61 45 59 57 62 67 44 42 50 35 66 90 58

1949-50 (17-5) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 53 Lees-McRae L 48 @ Appalachian St. W 71 Emory and Henry L 41 Appalachian St. W 48 Western Carolina W 64 Maryville L 57 Middle Tennessee W 57 Austin Peay W 56 Tusculum L 61 Maryville W 44 @ W. Carolina W 61 King College W 61 LMU W 64 Milligan W 59 Carson-Newman W 68 LMU W 56 Tusculum W 74 Milligan W 48 Carson-Newman W 60 Austin Peay W 64 King College L 60 Emory and Henry

34 73 59 58 41 57 63 47 52 64 38 45 58 63 54 63 53 52 37 45 45 70

1950-51 (22-9) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 68 Berea W 80 Western Carolina L 55 Appalachian State W 70 Tusculum L 57 Union (Ky.) L 64 Emory and Henry L 49 Carson-Newman W 75 Carson-Newman W 65 @ Appalachian St. W 79 Austin Peay W 81 Cumberland W 76 Maryville W 60 Union (Ky.) W 74 Emory and Henry W 87 Maryville W 62 Cumberland W 79 Milligan L 61 Austin Peay W 89 LMU L 64 David Lipscomb W 73 David Lipscomb W 72 Middle Tennessee L 44 LMU W 81 Milligan L 62 Tusculum W 82 Milligan W 74 LMU L 63 David Lipscomb W 62 Carson-Newman W 77 LMU W 85 Emory and Henry

60 59 57 69 58 67 59 55 47 64 55 49 57 55 49 57 70 62 61 82 70 62 57 42 63 62 55 87 58 73 68

1951-52 (24-7) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 75 Western Carolina W 70 Middle Tennessee L 52 Tennessee L 54 Emory and Henry L 58 David Lipscomb W 92 Milligan L 57 Middle Tennessee W 87 Tusculum

67 65 59 63 60 55 59 58

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

All-time Results

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All-time Results

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

W 71 Emory and Henry W 65 Carson-Newman W 72 LMU L 64 Union (Ky.) W 66 Union (Ky.) W 76 Carson-Newman W 54 LMU W 69 Austin Peay L 51 David Lipscomb W 85 Tusculum W 80 Milligan W 52 Middle Tennessee W 55 LMU W 77 Union (Tenn.) W 62 David Lipscomb L 51 David Lipscomb W 73 Austin Peay W 64 LMU W 66 Union (Ky.) W 68 Austin Peay W 65 David Lipscomb W 84 Milligan W 64 Austin Peay

61 62 48 73 64 40 52 51 55 62 45 48 48 47 59 56 68 57 64 47 64 47 47

1952-53 (26-4) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 89 Tusculum W 75 Memphis State W 74 Mississippi L 71 Union W 78 Emory and Henry W 71 High Point W 83 Appalachian State W 82 Tennessee Tech W 71 Milligan W 65 Austin Peay W 76 Emory and Henry W 66 David Lipscomb L 65 Austin Peay L 55 Tennessee Tech W 87 @ Appalachian St. W 66 David Lipscomb W 85 Carson-Newman W 60 LMU W 88 Milligan W 93 LMU W 74 Union W 100 Carson-Newman W 88 Tusculum W 78 Bethel W 66 Union College W 81 Austin Peay W 70 VMI W 61 David Lipscomb W 64 Tennessee Tech L 79 Arizona State

62 71 65 72 59 60 65 71 55 58 66 61 69 59 55 61 42 45 59 55 56 60 78 61 59 63 52 53 62 81

1953-54 (23-4) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 88 Milligan W 97 Tusculum W 79 Austin Peay W 79 Emory and Henry L 75 Morehead State W 71 David Lipscomb W 64 Milligan L 69 Mississippi W 81 LMU W 67 Union W 79 Bethel W 72 Tusculum W 55 LMU L 68 Memphis State W 82 Appalachian State W 84 LMU W 66 @ Appalachian St. W 73 Tennessee Tech W 56 David Lipscomb W 89 Austin Peay W 82 Emory and Henry W 82 Middle Tennessee W 78 Tennessee Tech W 73 Middle Tennessee W 64 Morehead State NAIA Playoffs W 95 Bethel L 72 SW Missouri 1954-55 (17-8) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 100 Tusculum W 75 Miss. Southern W 78 Middle Tennessee L 50 Mississippi W 83 VMI W 89 Tennessee Tech L 61 Southern Missouri L 77 Missouri Valley W 60 SW Missouri St. W 79 David Lipscomb

90

65 79 48 64 79 57 53 86 60 53 57 65 49 71 64 44 62 50 53 51 62 62 64 64 61 63 77

58 55 63 62 62 70 70 89 55 55

W 91 Austin Peay L 79 Tennessee Tech W 82 Middle Tennessee W 86 Appalachian State W 89 Tusculum W 99 Milligan L 61 LMU L 59 Austin Peay W 83 David Lipscomb W 79 LMU W 100 Milligan VSAC Tournament W 82 David Lipscomb L 71 Bethel W 83 Belmont L 70 Washington & Lee 1955-56 (20-7) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 76 Union College W 65 Spring Hill W 79 Florida State W 69 Tusculum W 104 VMI W 75 Springfield L 57 Middle Tennessee W 72 David Lipscomb W 70 Tusculum L 46 Austin Peay L 55 Cincinnati W 70 David Lipscomb W 96 Milligan L 54 Miss. Southern L 79 Tennessee Tech W 72 LMU W 71 Austin Peay W 71 LMU W 84 Middle Tennessee W 78 Milligan L 69 Mississippi VSAC Tournament W 87 Bethel W 75 LMU W 65 David Lipscomb W 76 Tennessee Tech NAIA Playoffs W 80 David Lipscomb L 60 Gustavus Adolphus 1956-57 (17-11) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 78 Union (Ky.) W 76 Georgia State L 88 Mississippi W 59 Tusculum W 107 Belmont Abbey W 65 Florida State W 69 Spring Hill Watauga Invitational W 63 Ohio University W 81 Marshall W 75 Tusculum L 62 David Lipscomb L 41 Austin Peay W 80 Milligan L 55 Middle Tennessee W 74 @ Appalachian St. W 81 David Lipscomb W 72 LMU L 56 Austin Peay L 59 Ky. Wesleyan L 61 Middle Tennessee L 51 LMU W 77 Milligan (VSAC) VSAC Tournament W 63 Belmont W 69 LMU L 74 Middle Tennessee L 73 Belmont Abbey NAIA Tournament W 62 Centenary L 73 Ky. Wesleyan 1957-58 (7-18) Head Coach: Madison Brooks L 51 Milligan W 57 Tusculum L 60 Western Kentucky L 51 Eastern Kentucky L 44 Hardin-Simmons L 57 Austin Peay L 58 Georgia Southern L 54 Spring Hill L 76 Milligan L 59 Tennessee Tech W 72 Appalachian State W 59 David Lipscomb L 76 Wofford W 55 @ Appalachian St. L 57 Middle Tennessee W 73 LMU

55 91 79 77 54 74 62 68 68 68 76 59 86 75 79

71 52 54 63 58 58 80 56 54 59 93 63 63 66 84 54 70 67 73 67 72 60 70 63 61 67 80

64 63 89 51 94 58 62 62 71 51 65 43 63 61 60 58 65 58 79 55 44 60 66 83 80 61 84

55 50 85 61 52 66 77 62 79 67 57 55 83 53 62 72

W 55 David Lipscomb L 41 Austin Peay L 53 Mississippi L 64 LMU W 77 Wofford L 62 Tennessee Tech L 59 Middle Tennessee L 56 Eastern Kentucky L 68 Ky. Wesleyan

54 74 55 80 70 98 72 76 101

1958-59 (13-10 overall, 5-7 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 77 Appalachian State W 87 Milligan L 60 McNeese State W 94 Austin Peay L 76 SW Louisiana W 82 Miss. Southern W 68 Austin Peay L 72 E. Kentucky W 85 Morehead L 84 Western Kentucky L 77 Morehead L 62 Murray W 80 Tennessee Tech L 81 Tennessee Tech W 93 Murray State W 78 Milligan W 68 Middle Tennessee L 81 Wofford L 62 Middle Tennessee W 88 Wofford W 95 Eastern Kentucky W 73 Spring Hill L 64 Western Kentucky

71 71 65 78 78 69 65 101 76 86 83 73 78 92 65 61 66 89 64 64 80 52 84

1959-60 (9-14 overall, 2-10 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks L 62 Milligan W 63 McNeese State L 73 Miss. Southern W 71 Austin Peay L 77 W. Kentucky W 79 Mississippi L 56 Virginia Tech L 89 Eastern Kentucky L 67 Austin Peay L 85 Morehead L 79 E. Kentucky L 76 Middle Tennessee W 63 Wofford W 94 Morehead L 69 Murray State L 89 Tennessee Tech L 71 Tennessee Tech L 68 Murray W 57 Milligan W 87 @ Appalachian St. W 76 Wofford W 122 Middle Tenn. L 69 Western Kentucky

66 58 89 66 103 60 74 92 75 89 108 80 62 84 86 99 90 113 50 86 63 106 83

1960-61 (9-15 overall, 1-11 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks L 68 Tennessee W 79 Appalachian State L 65 Western Kentucky L 72 Georgia Southern W 69 Georgia W 83 *Davidson L 76 Miss. Southern L 80 Eastern Kentucky W 82 Georgia Southern L 90 Middle Tenn. L 82 Morehead L 64 Murray W 94 Tennessee Tech L 89 Morehead L 64 Murray W 100 Austin Peay L 72 Tennessee Tech W 88 Wofford W 77 Centenary L 85 Austin Peay L 67 Eastern Kentucky L 73 Middle Tennessee W 82 Wofford L 82 W. Kentucky *Laurel Invitational

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1961-62 (11-14 overall, 3-9 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks 58 Furman 74 @ Appalachian St. 59 Austin Peay 89 Furman

71 62 77 78 67 71 77 95 64 100 88 92 77 106 92 86 89 65 59 86 85 83 79 88

60 60 78 68

69 70 75 58 58 69 87 96 69 62 76 81 96 89 86 103 70 81 67 77 94

1962-63 (14-8 overall, 7-5 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks L 52 Tennessee W 88 Austin Peay W 59 UT-Chattanooga W 86 Wofford W 64 The Citadel W 61 Mississippi W 83 Austin Peay W 80 Middle Tennessee W 83 Eastern Kentucky W 78 Murray L 63 Tennessee Tech L 58 Murray W 75 Appalachian State W 73 Tennessee Tech L 71 Morehead W 82 Western Kentucky L 58 Loyola (La.) L 65 Centenary W 77 Morehead W 80 Western Kentucky L 68 Eastern Kentucky L 57 Middle Tennessee

1965-66 (7-14 overall, 3-11 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 99 Wofford W 81 UT-Chattanooga L 79 East Carolina W 102 The Citadel L 67 Georgia Southern L 78 Tennessee Tech W 94 East Carolina L 88 Tennessee Tech W 74 Murray L 69 Western Kentucky W 86 Austin Peay(OT) L 72 Middle Tennessee L 63 Morehead L 69 Tennessee Tech L 62 Eastern Kentucky L 79 Western Kentucky W 104 Murray L 96 Middle Tennessee L 76 Austin Peay L 70 Morehead L 69 Eastern Kentucky

64 70 85 75 82 90 82 95 72 85 82 74 78 88 83 96 94 102 95 81 75

61 61 52 63 61 53 69 57 81 70 75 79 60 69 75 77 93 71 68 79 77 59

1963-64 (12-10 overall, 8-6 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 84 Wofford W 90 UT-Chattanooga L 47 Tennessee L 50 @ Appalachian St. W 92 Georgia Southern W 83 Richmond L 55 William and Mary W 97 Austin Peay L 54 Middle Tennessee W 85 Eastern Kentucky W 62 Murray L 62 Tennessee Tech W 76 Austin Peay L 79 Centenary W 88 Middle Tennessee W 70 Morehead L 68 Western Kentucky W 84 Tennessee Tech L 76 Murray L 78 Morehead W 88 Western Kentucky L 62 Eastern Kentucky

69 78 48 52 81 79 69 69 59 83 61 88 66 90 70 68 79 80 96 86 70 94

1966-67 (17-9 overall, 8-6 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 88 Wofford W 78 Arkansas State W 56 East Carolina W 72 East Carolina L 64 Arkansas State W 87 Eastern Kentucky W 86 Middle Tennessee L 59 Western Kentucky W 98 Centenary W 83 Morehead L 84 Hardin-Simmons L 43 Middle Tennessee L 61 Western Kentucky W 72 Austin Peay W 86 Murray L 73 Tennessee Tech W 79 Eastern Kentucky L 70 Morehead W 83 Tennessee Tech L 56 Western Kentucky W 69 Middle Tennessee L 86 Murray W 79 Austin Peay W 102 UT-Chattanooga W 87 Eastern Kentucky W 86 Morehead

52 59 55 48 70 78 72 72 83 80 85 45 63 69 79 80 72 80 77 65 68 88 71 81 84 76

1964-65 (6-17 overall, 4-10 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks L 72 Wofford W 77 UT-Chattanooga W 89 Arkansas State L 59 Tennessee Tech L 66 East Carolina L 63 The Citadel L 76 Centenary L 70 Tennessee Tech W 69 Murray L 69 Western Kentucky L 70 Austin Peay L 81 Arkansas State L 99 Middle Tennessee L 81 Eastern Kentucky W 91 Morehead L 79 Western Kentucky L 71 Murray L 73 East Carolina W 72 Austin Peay L 68 Eastern Kentucky L 74 Morehead L 75 Tennessee Tech W 106 Middle Tennessee

83 74 68 77 75 65 90 83 68 70 72 87 100 93 80 96 85 81 63 74 96 90 74

W 92 UT-Chattanooga W 71 Illinois Wesleyan W 82 Georgia Southern W 83 Miss. Southern L 55 Middle Tennessee L 67 Morehead L 68 Eastern Kentucky L 93 Wofford W 71 Tennessee Tech W 91 Murray L 62 Murray L 77 Centenary L 67 Morehead L 84 W. Kentucky L 67 @ The Citadel L 63 Tennessee Tech W 78 Middle Tennessee W 84 Austin Peay W 82 Wofford L 66 Western Kentucky L 74 Eastern Kentucky

1967-68 (19-8 overall, 10-4 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 64 Eastern Kentucky* L 62 Tennessee Tech* W 89 Wofford W 105 Arkansas State W 91 Arkansas State L 65 East Carolina W 98 Hardin-Simmons L 63 Middle Tennessee W 63 Western Kentucky W 83 Austin Peay W 74 Murray W 61 East Carolina W 79 Eastern Kentucky W 81 Morehead L 62 Tennessee Tech W 73 Western Kentucky W 100 Middle Tennessee L 72 Murray W 80 Austin Peay W 83 UT-Chattanooga W 70 Eastern Kentucky L 79 Morehead W 85 Tennessee Tech W 79 %Murray W 79 ^Florida State L 72 $Ohio State L 57 $Marquette % OVC Playoffs ^ NCAA Mideast Regional, Kent, Ohio $ NCAA Mideast Regional, Lexington, Ky. 1968-69 (15-11 overall, 6-8 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 96 Richmond W 85 Appalachian State W 87 Wofford W 90 Illinois State L 75 S. Mississippi W 71 Duke W 71 Roanoke W 65 Northern Illinois

50 64 73 75 54 67 85 72 59 80 67 53 63 76 63 71 74 105 73 74 67 85 62 75 69 79 69

83 68 53 87 93 63 52 61

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All-time Results 68 Richmond 76 Western Kentucky 91 Middle Tennessee 80 East Carolina 81 Austin Peay(OT) 64 Murray 69 Eastern Kentucky 59 Morehead 90 @ Appalachian St. 84 Tennessee Tech 95 East Carolina 87 Tennessee Tech 74 Western Kentucky 78 MTSU 87 Murray 94 Austin Peay(OT) 77 Eastern Kentucky 67 Morehead

1969-70 (15-11 overall, 8-6 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks L 74 Jacksonville L 49 Florida W 94 Appalachian State W 63 Richmond L 77 DePaul W 86 Lehigh W 63 Rider W 111 Richmond W 97 Northern Illinois W 54 Middle Tennessee L 91 W. Kentucky(OT) W 101 Austin Peay W 75 Murray W 77 E. Kentucky(2OT) W 75 Morehead W 79 East Carolina L 86 Roanoke W 88 Tennessee Tech L 77 Tennessee Tech L 74 @ Appalachian St. L 83 Western Kentucky L 64 Middle Tenn. L 86 Murray State W 92 Austin Peay L 85 Eastern Kentucky W 80 Morehead 1970-71 (12-12 overall, 8-6 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks L 79 @ North Carolina L 63 @ Ohio State W 69 Richmond(OT) L 63 @ East Carolina W 85 Appalachian State W 94 Roanoke College W 83 #Virginia Tech L 76 #Geo. Washington L 83 Western Kentucky W 80 Middle Tennessee W 66 @ Murray L 79 @ Austin Peay W 70 Eastern Kentucky W 71 Morehead L 69 @ Roanoke W 78 @ Tenn. Tech W 69 Tennessee Tech L 77 @ Appalachian St. L 71 @ Middle Tenn. L 65 @ W. Kentucky W 80 Murray W 72 Austin Peay L 78 @ E. Kentucky L 56 @ Morehead # - at Presidential Classic, Fort Myers, Va. 1971-72 (11-14 overall, 6-8 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks W 65 Mercer W 68 Richmond L 71 Va Commonwealth W 72 Roanoke L 68 UNC (Charlotte) L 70 NW Louisiana W 80 Trinity W 96 Appalachian State L 63 Florida State L 75 Jacksonville L 68 Middle Tennessee L 72 Western Kentucky W 83 Tennessee Tech L 79 Austin Peay W 57 Murray W 83 Morehead W 68 Eastern Kentucky L 79 @ Appalachian St. L 66 Tennessee Tech

69 95 84 89 79 69 70 63 64 59 70 66 78 82 81 85 82 77

92 68 60 57 84 67 59 92 92 51 95 87 71 73 63 65 88 62 81 87 92 99 89 88 76

109 71 65 85 53 78 74 81 86 72 65 81 64 64 84 71 66 85 72 86 65 54 85 59

58 66 84 66 75 72 73 65 106 95 74 95 75 80 53 81 66 87 73

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76 Western Kentucky 40 Middle Tennessee 58 Murray 67 Austin Peay 89 Eastern Kentucky 99 Morehead

70 64 67 68 86 124

1972-73 (9-17 overall, 2-12 in OVC) Head Coach: Madison Brooks L 65 UT-Chattanooga L 69 Va Commonwealth W 80 Western Carolina L 73 Roanoke L 67 Virginia Tech W 68 Rollins W 80 Stetson W 73 @ Appalachian St. W 73 UNC (Charlotte) W 68 Georgia Southern W 99 Western Kentucky L 66 Middle Tennessee L 61 Murray L 74 Austin Peay L 61 Eastern Kentucky L 74 Morehead L 65 Tennessee Tech W 105 Appalachian State L 60 Va Commonwealth L 58 Middle Tennessee L 53 Western Kentucky L 79 Austin Peay L 70 Murray W 95 Morehead L 72 Eastern Kentucky L 62 Tennessee Tech

66 76 65 74 78 58 58 71 71 65 80 71 65 95 66 91 75 87 61 71 68 89 78 86 77 79

1973-74 (8-18 overall, 3-11 in OVC) Head Coach: Leroy Fisher 55 Va Commonwealth 65 Roanoke College 71 UT-Chattanooga 78 @ Appalachian St. 63 North Carolina 68 Georgia State 80 NE Louisiana 82 Louisiana Tech 89 Appalachian State 68 Georgia Southern 88 Western Kentucky 62 Middle Tennessee 65 Murray 67 Austin Peay 81 Morehead 72 Eastern Kentucky 56 Tennessee Tech 95 Georgia State 65 Clemson 80 Middle Tennessee 68 Western Kentucky 65 Austin Peay 75 Murray 67 Eastern Kentucky 76 Morehead 72 Tennessee Tech

96 80 107 65 81 56 85 70 74 90 75 82 67 80 97 75 55 84 73 76 85 77 85 87 85 81

1974-75 (9-14 overall, 5-9 in OVC) Head Coach: Leroy Fisher W 81 Madison College L 71 North Carolina L 75 Western Carolina L 62 UNC (Asheville) L 85 Roanoke W 96 Appalachian St. W 94 Mississippi Coll. L 86 @ Appalachian St. L 74 Middle Tennessee L 89 Western Kentucky L 80 Austin Peay W 89 Murray L 82 Eastern Kentucky W 81 Morehead L 84 Tennessee Tech L 83 W. Kentucky L 81 Middle Tennessee W 88 Murray L 89 Austin Peay L 84 Morehead W 97 Eastern Kentucky W 80 Tennessee Tech L 87 Maryland

73 93 92 63 92 79 67 72 80 90 99 85 91 80 85 106 85 75 90 101 91 78 104

1975-76 (6-20 overall, 4-10 in OVC) Head Coach: Leroy Fisher L 61 Florida L 84 Biscayne L 77 Madison

74 86 90

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L 81 American Univ. W 93 Houston Baptist W 81 @ Appalachian St. L 67 North Carolina L 69 Richmond L 67 Richmond L 69 Tennessee Tech L 54 Georgia Tech L 60 Western Kentucky L 60 Middle Tennessee L 72 Murray L 66 Austin Peay W 85 Morehead L 90 Eastern Kentucky L 97 Tennessee Tech L 73 Appalachian State W 88 Middle Tennessee L 67 Western Kentucky L 91 Austin Peay L 73 Murray State W 85 Morehead W 75 Eastern Kentucky L 74 Western Kentucky 1976-77 (12-14 overall, 6-8 in OVC) Head Coach: Sonny Smith W 80 UNC (Wilmington) L 63 Wake Forest L 59 Florida W 94 Robert Morris W 70 Madison L 65 @ Appalachian St. L 54 Georgia Tech W 63 Richmond L 72 Louisiana Tech L 75 Georgia Southern L 51 Middle Tennessee W 67 Western Kentucky L 69 Austin Peay L 62 Murray W 85 Eastern Kentucky W 76 Morehead W 87 Western Carolina W 68 Tennessee Tech W 72 Appalachian State L 61 Western Kentucky L 67 Middle Tennessee L 72 Murray L 59 Austin Peay W 63 Morehead L 65 Eastern Kentucky W 92 Tennessee Tech 1977-78 (18-9 overall, 10-4 in OVC) Head Coach: Sonny Smith W 95 Campbell W 80 @ Appalachian St. L 57 UNC (Wilmington) W 72 Eastern Montana L 69 Wake Forest W 81 UNC (Asheville) W 74 @ W. Carolina W 91 Virginia Union L 71 Va Commonwealth W 93 Roberts Morris W 75 Murray W 66 Austin Peay L 94 Western Kentucky L 61 Middle Tennessee W 75 Eastern Kentucky W 84 Appalachian State W 67 Tennessee Tech L 78 UNC (Wilmington) W 84 Murray W 69 Austin Peay W 80 W. Kentucky(3OT) L 53 Middle Tennessee W 70 Eastern Kentucky W 74 Morehead L 64 Tennessee Tech W 93 Morehead L 75 # W. Kentucky # - at OVC Playoffs 1978-79 (16-11 overall) Head Coach: Jim Halihan W 71 Campbell W 96 S.C. State W 98 Delta State L 76 @ Marshall L 78 Wake Forest W 94 UNC (Asheville) W 86 Georgia Tech L 67 UT-Chattanooga L 58 Weber State L 68 Northwestern L 86 S. Mississippi L 47 Appalachian State

84 71 80 104 83 71 74 79 82 79 78 83 77 93 119 79 74 76 109 79 70 64 91

67 94 62 72 60 67 62 60 78 76 52 61 93 80 81 71 74 66 56 70 78 77 72 60 66 74

66 63 67 63 70 71 61 80 86 55 72 58 98 68 69 81 61 82 69 64 77 62 68 61 72 79 79

63 65 79 88 93 68 76 68 72 72 96 55

W 88 Alderson Broaddus W 65 Austin Peay W 74 Tennessee Tech W 72 South Carolina W 85 N.C. Central L 54 @ W. Carolina W 64 Samford W 85 Austin Peay W 65 Western Kentucky L 55 Robert Morris W 87 Baptist College L 56 @ Appalachian St. W 84 UT-Chattanooga W 107 Tennessee Tech L 65 UNC (Wilmington)

81 55 67 68 66 56 63 73 63 71 66 83 80 70 74

1979-80 (15-13 overall, 8-7 in SoCon) Head Coach: Jim Halihan W 78 UW-Milwaukee L 56 Wisconsin W 72 Pembroke State W 105 UNC-Asheville W 54 Appalachian State L 72 Virginia Tech W 72 Campbell L 67 Morehead State W 88 Tennessee Tech L 66 @ Davidson L 70 Marshall L 59 Western Kentucky W 97 VMI L 62 @ Marshall L 84 Furman(OT) L 58 South Carolina W 54 @ Appalachian St. L 72 Western Carolina W 82 UT-Chattanooga W 54 @ The Citadel W 86 Samford W 89 VMI W 73 UT-Chattanooga W 58 The Citadel L 80 @ W. Carolina L 46 UNC-Wilmington W 71 UT-Chattanooga L 81 Furman

60 68 55 70 41 82 70 68 81 72 76 71 65 67 86 69 50 77 69 52 78 78 60 49 82 49 67 93

1980-81 (13-14 overall, 9-7 in SoCon) Head Coach: Jim Halihan L 57 Kentucky W 71 UNC-Asheville W 97 Davidson L 68 Virginia Tech W 78 Tennessee Tech W 73 Delaware L 65 West Virginia L 54 Florida L 68 South Carolina L 42 VMI L 87 @ W. Carolina W 84 Furman L 66 @ Marshall W 68 @ VMI W 91 The Citadel L 60 @ Appalachian St. W 77 UT-Chattanooga L 82 @ Davidson(OT) W 76 Marshall W 88 UT-Chattanooga W 53 Liberty Baptist W 95 Western Carolina W 70 @ The Citadel (OT) L 72 App. St.(OT) L 71 Morehead State L 76 Furman L 80 $ W. Carolina $ - at Southern Conference Tournament 1981-82 (13-15 overall, 8-8 in SoCon) Head Coach: Jim Halihan W 86 Wilmington (Ohio) W 67 Memphis State L 72 Va. Commonwealth L 69 Tennessee Tech L 79 Virginia Tech W 91 Wofford L 84 Marquette L 75 Cal-Irvine L 74 Memphis State W 82 Furman W 69 Davidson W 95 Marshall L 52 @ The Citadel L 73 UT-Chattanooga L 69 Davidson W 89 The Citadel W 94 @ W.Carolina(2OT)

62 54 79 72 47 67 76 72 72 43 93 71 78 67 66 65 75 84 75 81 30 88 66 78 78 78 91

65 62 79 77 94 64 96 77 91 74 59 87 64 78 71 81 92

W 92 @ VMI W 88 South Carolina W 92 Furman W 104 VMI L 96 @ Marshall L 79 App. St. (2OT) L 60 UT-Chattanooga L 91 Western Carolina L 59 @ App. St. (OT) W 110 $ Marshall L 65 $ UT-Chattanooga $ - at Southern Conference Tournament

68 82 90 69 98 81 71 100 62 92 70

1982-83 (22-9 overall, 12-4 in SoCon) Head Coach: Barry Dowd L 60 Va. Commonwealth 83 W 69 Ole Miss 63 W 80 South Carolina 75 L 62 Memphis State 80 W 81 Radford 61 W 75 Tennessee Tech 71 W 71 California(OT) 69 W 56 SI-Edwardsville 52 L 73 UT-Chattanooga 76 W 57 The Citadel 54 W 78 @ Appalachian St. 58 W 67 @ Davidson 66 W 90 Furman 63 L 66 Western Carolina 67 L 66 UT-Chattanooga 78 W 96 Davidson 74 L 64 @ The Citadel 79 W 75 @ Marshall 73 W 86 @ VMI 63 W 78 UNC-Wilmington 68 W 84 Furman 79 W 86 Marshall 82 W 83 VMI 64 W 102 @ W. Carolina 83 W 67 Appalachian State 55 L 61 S. Mississippi 77 W 73 UNC-Wilmington 64 W 75 $The Citadel 65 W 81 Furman 68 L 62 UT-Chattanooga 70 L 74 Vanderbilt 79 $ - Southern Conference first-round, Charleston, W.V. 1983-84 (9-19 overall, 6-10 in SoCon) Head Coach: Barry Dowd W 64 North Georgia L 44 Ole Miss(OT) L 56 Richmond L 50 Arkansas L 64 Alabama L 57 South Carolina W 84 Radford L 67 Furman L 54 Georgia W 70 UNC-Greensboro L 58 San Diego State L 54 Washington L 56 @ VMI W 81 Western Carolina L 62 The Citadel W 58 Davidson L 82 @ Marshall W 56 VMI W 65 Appalachian State L 69 UT-Chattanooga L 65 @ W. Carolina L 63 Marshall L 72 @ The Citadel W 60 Furman L 63 @ Davidson L 66 @ Appalachian St. W 71 UT-Chattanooga L 50 $UT-Chattanooga $ - at Southern Conference Tournament 1984-85 (9-18 overall, 3-13 in SoCon) Head Coach: Barry Dowd W 77 UNC-Asheville L 76 Alabama W 63 Delaware State L 55 Stetson L 57 UAB L 54 Kentucky L 46 James Madison L 57 Appalachian State L 57 Marshall L 58 @ Davidson W 94 The Citadel (OT) L 65 Western Carolina L 54 Furman L 74 UT-Chattanooga L 67 @ The Citadel

54 46 65 79 87 79 67 73 73 53 80 62 62 76 75 51 100 55 63 86 74 65 76 58 79 69 65 82

71 100 60 65 72 69 56 66 62 69 90 86 78 88 79

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

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

91


All-time Results W 78 Radford L 63 UT-Chattanooga L 72 Furman W 75 Augusta College L 53 @ VMI W 68 Davidson(OT) L 59 @ Marshall L 70 @ Appalachian St. W 91 Georgia State L 74 @ W. Carolina W 71 VMI (OT) W 70 Ole Miss (OT)

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 92

73 71 73 60 60 67 81 74 80 95 70 64

1985-86 (13-16 overall, 8-8 in SoCon) Head Coach: Les Robinson W 68 Wofford 63 L 67 *Clemson 92 L 72 *Vanderbilt 75 W 71 @UNC-Asheville 57 L 44 @ UAB 63 L 66 ^Georgia Southern 69 L 69 ^UT-Chattanooga 77 W 97 Augusta College 68 L 85 @Georgia State 89 W 64 @Furman 62 L 77 @UT-Chattanooga 91 W 88 VMI 74 W 75 Marshall 63 W 78 @ W. Carolina 69 W 80 Davidson(3OT) 76 W 87 @Appalachian St. 70 L 74 Furman 81 W 74 The Citadel 70 L 76 @Marshall 96 W 77 @VMI 74 L 54 Appalachian State 56 L 84 UT-Chattanooga 85 L 84 W. Carolina(OT) 89 L 90 @The Citadel 98 L 71 @Davidson 83 W 59 Radford 57 L 81 @Radford 90 W 82 $Marshall 80 L 65 $Davidson 74 * at IPTAY Tournament, Clemson, S.C.; ^ at Coca-Cola Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn.; $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Asheville, N.C. 1986-87 (7-21 overall, 3-13 in SoCon) Head Coach: Les Robinson W 97 Newberry W 84 N.C. Wesleyan L 85 @ N.C. State L 77 UNC-Greensboro L 56 @ Virginia L 66 UNC-Asheville L 63 UT-Chattanooga L 67 Coastal Carolina W 68 VMI L 62 @ Marshall W 71 @Tennessee St. L 57 @ W. Carolina L 65 @ Davidson W 76 Appalachian State L 61 Furman L 80 @ The Citadel L 60 @ Virginia Tech L 72 Marshall W 76 USC-Aiken L 69 @ Furman L 78 @ UT-Chattanooga W 59 Western Carolina L 57 @ Appalachian St. L 72 The Citadel L 66 Davidson L 65 @ North Carolina L 65 @ VMI L 74 @ UNC-Asheville

81 64 104 86 83 69 66 80 66 81 69 74 106 70 90 90 90 86 68 81 79 58 67 86 75 118 81 103

1987-88 (14-15 overall, 9-7 in SoCon) Head Coach: Les Robinson L 52 UNC-Greensboro L 73 Virginia Tech W 86 Erskine L 59 @ Mississippi St. L 55 Tennessee State W 93 Bluefield College W 88 UNC-Asheville L 63 @ UT-Chattanooga W 70 @ Furman L 62 @ Augusta Coll. W 86 VMI W 84 Marshall W 72 @ W. Carolina L 75 Davidson L 90 @ App. St. L 89 Furman(OT)

77 85 84 86 63 88 77 88 67 70 65 74 64 81 108 91

W 97 The Citadel L 72 @ Marshall W 77 @ VMI L 67 Appalachian State W 83 UT-Chattanooga W 82 Western Carolina W 74 @ Coastal Carolina L 66 @ Wake Forest L 89 Coastal Caro. (2OT) L 66 @ The Citadel W 76 @ Davidson(OT) W 82 $ Appalachian St. L 60 $ VMI $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Asheville, N.C.

90 77 72 68 80 74 72 87 97 85 74 73 79

1988-89 (20-11 overall, 7-7 in SoCon) Head Coach: Les Robinson W 111 Erskine 81 W 109 Bluefield 77 L 81 *Syracuse 120 W 79 *Miami-Ohio 78 W 91 Mississippi State 82 W 70 Tennessee State 69 W 88 ^Pacific 86 W 98 ^Cal-Sacramento 82 L 68 +SW Missouri St. 72 W 92 +Iona 88 W 83 Western Carolina 74 L 82 UT-Chatt. (OT) 86 L 86 @ Furman 90 L 70 Appalachian State 91 W 79 @ The Citadel 70 W 91 @ VMI 81 W 101 Marshall 84 W 98 Wake Forest 94 L 73 @ UT-Chatta(OT) 74 L 77 @ W. Carolina 93 L 75 The Citadel 78 W 83 Furman 81 W 89 @ App. St.(OT) 87 L 79 @ Virginia Tech 82 W 93 Wofford 65 L 88 @ Marshall 97 W 82 VMI 80 W 93 $ The Citadel 89 W 76 $ UT-Chattanooga 73 W 96 $ Marshall 73 L 71 % Oklahoma 72 * - at Carrier Classic, Syracuse, N.Y.; ^ - at Sacramento Holiday Classic, Sacramento, Calif.; + - at BMA Holiday Classic, Kansas City, Mo.; $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Asheville, N.C.; % - at NCAA Southeast Regional, Nashville, Tenn. 1989-90 (27-7 overall, 12-2 in SoCon) SoCon Tournament Champs Head Coach: Les Robinson W 120 Charleston 83 W 83 @ Tennessee 70 W 91 Carson-Newman 65 W 125 Newberry 74 L 73 * Boston Univ. 78 W 79 * Monmouth 67 W 92 @ N.C. State 82 W 86 ^East Carolina 80 L 86 ^ Maryland 91 W 83 ^ Chaminade 69 L 66 @ UCLA 115 W 107 Liberty 91 W 92 @ W. Carolina 73 W 75 @ UT-Chattanooga 70 L 69 @ Wake Forest 73 W 94 Furman 65 W 92 The Citadel 57 W 86 @ Drake 78 W 96 @ Appalachian St. 94 L 77 @ VMI 78 W 99 @ Marshall 88 W 93 UT-Chattanooga 73 W 99 Western Carolina 88 W 64 @ Liberty 49 W 87 @ The Citadel 86 L 97 @ Furman (OT) 100 W 98 Appalachian State 82 W 86 Drake 71 W 84 Marshall 74 W 100 VMI 81 W 75 $W. Carolina 60 W 99 $VMI 94 W 96 $Appalachian St. 75 L 83 % Georgia Tech 99 * - at Montana Tournament, Missoula, Mont. ^ - at Chaminade Christmas Tournament, Honolulu, Hawaii $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Asheville, N.C. % - at NCAA Southeast Regional, Knoxville, Tenn.

1990-91 (28-5 overall, 11-3 in SoCon) SoCon Regular Season & Tournament Champions Head Coach: Alan LeForce W 83 *Brigham Young 80 L 79 *Arizona 88 W 105 George Mason 92 W 103 Austin Peay 86 W 112 Eckerd 48 W 92 Wofford 50 W 68 @James Madison 65 W 90 @Cincinnati 79 W 94 N.C. State 91 W 96 @George Mason 86 W 89 Appalachian St. 70 W 86 Liberty 55 W 95 Furman 79 W 96 The Citadel 76 W 93 @W. Carolina 76 L 74 @UT-Chattanooga 76 W 97 @VMI 66 W 99 Marshall 88 W 105 @Memp. St. (OT) 102 W 94 @Appalachian St. 78 W 93 UT-Chattanooga 70 W 110 Belmont Abbey 70 W 101 @The Citadel 69 L 93 @Furman 104 W 90 @Liberty 49 W 96 @UNC-Charlotte 80 W 102 Western Carolina 78 L 103 @Marshall (OT) 107 W 88 VMI 76 W 99 $The Citadel 70 W 104 $UT-Chattanooga 71 W 101 $Appalachian St. 82 L 73 & Iowa 76 * - at NIT Preseason Tournament, Provo, Utah $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Asheville, N.C. & - at NCAA Midwest Regional, Minneapolis, Minn. 1991-92 Results (24-7 overall, 12-2 in SoCon) SoCon Regular & Tournament Champions Head Coach: Alan LeForce W 89 Wofford 70 W 87 @ Tennessee 79 W 109 Oral Roberts 93 W 87 Southern Miss 76 W 86 &NE Louisiana 77 L 83 &Oregon 98 L 85 @ Austin Peay 89 W 110 James Madison 90 W 82 @ Xavier 79 L 83 @ Oral Roberts 85 L 63 @ S. Mississippi 79 W 80 @ Furman 75 W 79 @ The Citadel 60 W 102 Western Carolina 66 L 82 UT-Chattanooga 88 W 80 @ Virginia Military 68 W 72 @ Marshall 66 W 81 Appalachian State 75 W 72 @ N C State 66 W 107 The Citadel 88 L 94 Furman 103 W 83 @ UT-Chatt. 67 W 96 @ W. Carolina 76 W 99 Marshall 80 W 92 Virginia Military 84 W 70 @ Appalachian St. 63 W 89 $ The Citadel 55 W 77 $ Appalachian St. 69 W 74 $ UT-Chattanooga 62 W 87 % Arizona 80 L 90 % Michigan 102 & - at Tokyo, Japan $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Asheville, N.C. % - at NCAA Southeast Regional, Atlanta, Ga. 1992-93 (19-10 overall, 12-6 in SoCon) SoCon Reg. Season Runner-up Head Coach: Alan LeForce W 87 Wofford W 72 & Eastern Illinois L 74 & Purdue L 83 @ Kansas W 112 Carson-Newman L 69 @ Michigan State W 71 @ E. Kentucky W 71 VMI W 85 @ The Citadel L 75 @ Ga. Southern W 83 Marshall

76 49 88 86 66 80 66 54 69 96 74

W 75 Davidson W 98 Furman W 98 @ Appalachian St. L 77 @ UT-Chattanooga L 73 @ Marshall W 96 @ VMI W 89 UT-Chattanooga W 79 Western Carolina L 71 @ Furman W 93 Ga. Southern (OT) W 76 The Citadel L 77 @ W. Carolina L 75 @ Davidson W 117 Oral Roberts W 81 Appalachian State W 97 $ Appalachian W 84 $ Ga. Southern L 75 $ UT-Chattanooga & - at Boilermaker Invitational, West Lafayette, Ind. $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Asheville, N.C.

67 82 79 87 75 70 87 76 95 88 54 85 90 91 78 84 76 86

1993-94 (16-14 overall, 13-5 in SoCon) SoCon Reg. Season Runner-up Head Coach: Alan LeForce W 92 & Wright State 81 L 72 & Marquette 87 L 69 & Michigan State 92 W 111 Carson-Newman 79 W 106 Wofford 77 L 81 @ Michigan St. 107 L 61 Virginia Tech 80 W 76 Georgia Southern 60 L 84 ^S. Methodist 88 L 73 ^ Rhode Island 86 L 65 Xavier 93 W 70 The Citadel 54 L 52 @ New Mexico St. 58 W 90 @ Marshall 76 L 63 Davidson 65 W 93 @ VMI 92 L 87 @ Appalachian St. 96 W 93 UT Chattanooga 85 W 103 Marshall 85 W 106 @ Furman 75 L 84 @ UT Chattanooga 86 W 94 @ W. Carolina 89 W 82 Furman 79 L 91 @ Ga. Southern 101 W 82 @ The Citadel 70 W 97 VMI 69 L 81 @ Davidson 82 W 75 Western Carolina 73 W 101 Appalachian State 86 L 78 $ W. Carolina 79 & at San Juan Shootout, San Juan, Puerto Rico ^ at Golden Harvest Tournament, Kansas City, Mo. $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Asheville, N.C. 1994-95 (14-14 overall, 9-5 in SoCon) Second in SoCon North Head Coach: Alan LeForce W 96 E. Kentucky 91 L 79 @ Tennessee St 96 W 92 Lees-McRae 66 L 74 @ Tennessee 81 L 68 @ Texas Tech 106 W 100 Wofford 80 L 64 @ Virginia Tech 86 W 88 Carson-Newman 82 L 68 East Carolina 77 L 73 @ Kansas 106 L 76 @ East Carolina 80 L 65 Tennessee State 68 L 75 Davidson 81 W 74 @ Appalachian St. 68 W 85 @ Marshall 82 W 89 @ VMI 69 W 89 @ GA. Southern 72 W 76 Citadel 58 L 76 @ UT Chattanooga 87 W 75 Furman 66 L 78 VMI 80 W 91 @ Davidson 81 W 83 Appalachian St. 74 L 61 Marshall 74 L 72 @ W. Carolina 76 W 87 UT Chattanooga 82 W 85 $ The Citadel 65 L 69 $ UT Chattanooga 71 $ at Southern Conference Tournament, Asheville, N.C.

1995-96 (7-20 overall, 3-11 in SoCon) T5th in SoCon North Head Coach: Alan LeForce W 84 Lees-McRae 70 W 86 Carson-Newman 63 L 58 %Iowa 104 L 50 % Mississippi 65 L 77 @ Radford 88 L 57 @ Michigan St. 63 W 68 Radford 64 L 73 @ Kansas 108 L 81 Texas Tech 99 L 56 @ Davidson 88 L 70 Tennessee St. 73 W 93 @ Wofford 86 W 82 Marshall (OT) 76 L 86 VMI 96 L 68 #Georgia Southern 70 W 64 @ The Citadel 49 W 100 Appalachian St. 68 L 73 UTC 75 L 79 @ VMI 82 L 66 Davidson 96 L 88 @ Furman (OT) 89 L 79 @ Appalachian St. 95 L 84 @ Marshall 111 L 76 Wofford 81 L 91 Western Carolina 93 L 60 @ UTC 93 L 43 #Davidson 67 %- at Super Chevy Shootout, University of Iowa # - at Freedom Hall, Johnson City, Tenn. # - at Southern Conference Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. 1996-97 (7-20 overall, 2-12 in SoCon) Fifth in SoCon North Head Coach: Ed DeChellis W 78 UNC Asheville 69 L 45 @ Michigan St. 83 W 73 +Lees-McRae 56 L 41 @ Virginia Tech 83 L 59 @ West Virginia 110 W 72 Wofford 68 W 93 Bluefield College 74 L 49 $@Iowa State 77 L 49 $Nevada 68 L 59 Radford 64 L 40 @ Tennessee 54 L 60 @ Ga. South. (OT) 63 L 56 The Citadel 63 L 54 Furman 67 L 54 VMI 57 L 60 Davidson 79 W 67 @ Wofford 60 L 69 @ App. St. (OT) 77 L 53 @ UT Chattanooga 83 W 76 Marshall 64 L 54 @ W. Carolina 65 W 70 UT Chatt. (OT) 69 L 47 @ Davidson 97 L 46 App. State 66 L 69 @ Marshall 80 L 75 @ VMI 97 L 48 %Ga. Southern 68 + - @ Freedom Hall Civic Center, Johnson City, Tenn. $ - @ Iowa State Holiday Classic, Ames, Iowa % - @ Southern Conference Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. 1997-98 (11-16 overall, 6-9 in SoCon) T5th in North Head Coach: Ed DeChellis L 53 @ Vanderbilt L 59 @ Michigan St. W 61 Coastal Carolina W 98 Emory & Henry W 70 @ Chas. Southern L 61 *UNC Asheville L 50 @ Virginia Tech W 75 Limestone W 82 Chas. Southern L 61 @ Coast. Caro. (OT) L 57 Appalachian St. L 44 @ Furman W 74 Wofford W 83 Chattanooga L 65 @ UNC Greensboro L 58 Davidson L 66 @ Appalachian St. L 71 @ W. Carolina W 74 UNC Greensboro L 62 Georgia Southern W 72 @ The Citadel L 47 @ Davidson L 65 @ Radford

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W 81 W. Carolina W 78 $VMI L 65 @ VMI L 47 #Georgia Southern * - at Asheville Civic Center $ - game played in Brooks Gym # - @ Southern Conference Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. 1998-99 (17-11 overall, 9-7 in SoCon) Third in SoCon North Head Coach: Ed DeChellis W 97 Anderson W 64 @Md. Tenn. State W 57 @Virginia Tech W 80 Md. Tenn. State L 54 @Clemson W 78 UNC Asheville L 53 Michigan State L 53 Wake Forest W 98 Ferrum L 55 VMI W 77 Western Carolina W 82 Davidson L 74 @UTC (OT) L 73 @Appalachian St. L 65 @UNC Greensboro W 96 Belmont W 83 Appalachian State W 86 The Citadel W 74 @Western Carolina L 55 Furman W 75 @Wofford W 83 @VMI W 74 UNC Greensboro W 82 @Davidson L 55 Coll. of Charleston L 67 @Ga. Southern W 72 $The Citadel L 65 $UTC $ - @ Southern Conference Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. 1999-2000 (14-15 overall, 8-8 in SoCon) Fourth in SoCon North Head Coach: Ed DeChellis L 47 @Clemson W 73 Lynchburg L 68 @James Madison L 55 @Vanderbilt W 68 Virginia Tech L 55 @Xavier W 88 @Belmont L 66 James Madison (ot) L 63 @UNC Asheville W 99 Montreat College W 84 Morehead State L 53 @Charleston L 58 Chattanooga L 64 @Appalachian State L 76 Appalachian State W 60 @UNC Greensboro W 92 @Western Carolina L 60 Davidson W 75 @VMI W 68 Western Carolina W 72 Georgia Southern L 60 @Davidson W 72 VMI W 65 @The Citadel L 78 UNC Greensboro L 73 @Furman W 75 Wofford W 85 $The Citadel L 51 $Charleston $ - @ Southern Conference Tournament, Greenville, S.C.

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2000-01 (18-10 overall, 13-3 in SoCon) First in SoCon North Head Coach: Ed DeChellis W 65 Lynchburg 42 L 76 @Tennessee 102 L 53 VCU 63 L 76 @Vanderbilt 87 L 65 UNC Asheville 70 W 71 @Morehead State 70 W 109 Warren Wilson 68 L 66 @Radford 68 L 75 @Virginia Tech (ot) 81 W 109 Ferrum 68 W 73 @James Madison 63 L 58 @Chattanooga 67 W 85 The Citadel 69 W 59 @Davidson 55 W 62 @Western Carolina 55 W 61 Appalachian State 56 W 66 Furman 47

W 74 @VMI W 72 @Appalachian State L 67 @UNC Greensboro W 98 Western Carolina W 62 Coll. of Charleston L 79 @Georgia Southern W 84 UNC Greensboro W 64 Davidson W 75 VMI W 66 @Wofford L 64 $Georgia Southern $ - @ Southern Conference Tournament, Greenville, S.C.

60 67 77 47 47 98 75 51 62 65 72

2001-02 (18-10 overall, 11-5 in SoCon) Tied First in SoCon North Head Coach: Ed DeChellis W 90 Guilford 61 L 62 @Virginia 85 L 71 @VCU 79 L 66 @South Carolina 83 W 77 @UNC Asheville 71 W 85 @Coastal Carolina 71 W 79 Radford 54 W 84 James Madison 57 W 110 Shenandoah 60 W 109 Virginia-Wise 66 L 77 @Vanderbilt 86 W 75 Appalachian State 66 L 61 @The Citadel 74 L 64 @Coll. of Charleston 71 W 101 VMI 90 L 92 @UNC Greensboro 104 L 66 @Davidson 73 W 71 Wofford 58 L 61 Chattanooga 66 W 96 @VMI 77 W 100 Georgia Southern 65 W 86 @Western Carolina 76 W 85 Davidson 78 W 90 UNC Greensboro 76 W 91 Western Carolina 77 W 78 @Furman 67 W 79 @Appalachian St. 72 L 75 $Coll. of Char. (ot) 76 $ - @ Southern Conference Tournament, N. Char., S.C. 2002-03 (20-11 overall, 11-5 in SoCon) First in SoCon North & Tournament Champions Head Coach: Ed DeChellis W 104 Guilford 37 L 66 @South Carolina 71 L 57 @UNC-Wilmington 78 L 75 @Vanderbilt 86 W 87 UNC-Asheville 69 W 106 UVa.-Wise 70 L 76 @Virginia 84 W 93 Coastal Carolina 82 W 71 &Belmont College 61 L 56 &South Florida 68 W 108 Juniata 57 W 96 UNC Greensboro 94 L 94 @Appalachian State 108 W 87 The Citadel 81 W 65 Coll. of Charleston 61 W 67 @VMI 62 W 81 @Wofford 61 L 71 Davidson 80 L 94 @Chattanooga 99 W 93 VMI 76 L 83 @Ga. Southern 87 W 89 Western Carolina 71 W 87 @Davidson 72 W 75 @UNC Greensboro 73 W 89 @Western Carolina 86 L 71 Furman 84 W 88 Appalachian State 78 W 80 $Wofford 75 W 64 $Coll. of Charleston 55 W 97 $Chattanooga 90 L 73 %Wake Forest 76 & at South Florida Shootout in Tampa, Fla. $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Charleston, S.C. % - NCAA East Regional, Tampa, Fla. 2003-04 (27-6 overall, 15-1 in SoCon) First in SoCon North & Tournament Champions Head Coach: Murry Bartow W 65 @Houston L 53 @Texas Tech W 100 Mars Hill W 67 UNC Wilmington

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W 78 @UNC-Asheville 56 W 91 Georgia Southern 85 L 86 @Clemson 100 W 77 @Tennessee Tech 70 W 81 UVa.-Wise 55 L 81 & vs. IUPUI 85 W 75 & vs. Lamar 62 L 66 & vs. American 71 W 69 @ Furman 68 W 72 @ UNC Greensboro 68 W 100 Union College 62 W 95 Western Carolina 82 W 75 @Elon 72 W 75 Davidson 70 W 93 @Appalachian State 80 W 76 Wofford 54 W 79 @Western Carolina 65 W 86 UNC Greensboro 65 W 66 Appalachian State 63 W 82 @Chattanooga 80 W 73 Elon 58 W 73 @The Citadel 51 W 66 @Fresno State 62 W 84 Chattanooga 72 L 89 Coll. of Charleston 91 W 94 $Furman 84 W 96 $Davidson 84 W 78 $Chattanooga 62 L 77 % vs. Cincinnati 80 & at Rainbow Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Charleston, S.C. % - NCAA Atlanta Regional, Columbus, Ohio 2004-05 (10-19 overall, 4-12 in SoCon) Fifth in SoCon North Head Coach: Murry Bartow W 105 UVa.-Wise 60 L 76 @Marshall 80 L 73 Fresno State 90 W 82 King College 48 L 77 @Alabama 114 L 72 Coll. of Charleston 79 L 77 @Central Michigan 88 W 65 Tennessee Tech 54 L 65 Old Dominion 86 W 102 Union College 67 L 56 @Memphis 87 L 79 @Appalachian State 81 L 68 Furman 76 W 79 Elon 67 W 76 @Western Carolina 70 L 76 @UNC Greensboro 79 L 59 @Chattanooga 93 L 76 Citadel 80 L 62 @Davidson 63 L 64 @Wofford 68 L 72 @Elon 80 L 73 Appalachian State 95 W 105 UNC Greensboro 78 W 92 Western Carolina 83 W 85 Austin Peay 81 L 64 Chattanooga 78 L 91 @Georgia Southern 97 W 87 $Furman 84 L 70 $Chattanooga 77 $ - at Southern Conference Tournament, Chattanooga 2005-06 (15-13 overall, 12-8 in A-Sun) Fifth in A-Sun Head Coach: Murry Bartow L 83 @Tennessee 106 L 85 @ Radford 95 W 91 Marshall 63 L 85 Belmont 88 L 54 Lipscomb 56 L 72 @ Clemson 80 L 71 @ Austin Peay 84 W 69 Central Michigan 57 W 82 Morehead State 70 W 63 Florida Atlantic 61 W 110 @ Campbell 96 W 89 @ Gardner-Webb 66 L 72 @ Kennesaw State 78 W 98 Jacksonville 87 W 86 UNF 71 W 81 @ Stetson 72 W 104 @ Mercer 81 W 110 Kennesaw State 74 L 71 Stetson 74 W 84 Mercer 81 W 88 @Jacksonville 73 W 99 @ UNF 83 W 89 Campbell 81 L 64 Gardner-Webb 69 L 87 @ Florida Atlantic 93 L 56 @ Lipscomb 76

L 78 @ Belmont 99 L 63 $ Gardner-Webb 64 $ - at Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament, Johnson City 2006-07 (24-10 overall, 16-2 in A-Sun) First in A-Sun Head Coach: Murry Bartow W 90 UVa.-Wise 43 L 53 @ Eastern Kentucky 70 W 71 Chattanooga 70 L 58 ! @ Auburn 64 L 56 @ Morehead State 77 L 61 ! vs. Sam Houston St. 72 W 66 ! vs. Southern 52 W 76 @ Mercer 70 W 75 @ Stetson 61 L 62 @ Vanderbilt 104 W 73 Milligan 47 W 73 UNC-Asheville 65 W 71 Radford 51 L 88 @ Tennessee 93 L 74 Belmont 75 W 75 Lipscomb 72 W 66 @ Gardner-Webb 63 W 100 @ Campbell 76 W 77 UNF 58 W 71 Jacksonville 59 W 78 Kennesaw State 66 W 80 @ Belmont 70 W 71 @ Lipscomb 66 W 63 Gardner-Webb 61 W 87 Campbell 57 L 66 @ Jacksonville 74 W 56 @ UNF 51 W 75 @ Kennesaw State 71 W 84 Stetson 49 W 112 Mercer 89 W 77 $ Stetson 61 W 77 $ Lipscomb 72 L 67 $ Belmont 94 L 57 & @ Clemson 64 ! - South Padre Island Invitational, South Padre Island, Texas $ - at Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament, Johnson City & National Invitation Tournament 2007-08 (19-13 overall, 11-5 in A-Sun) Tied third in A-Sun Head Coach: Murry Bartow L 74 @ Dayton 78 W 76 Eastern Kentucky 56 L 83 @ Marshall 84 W 89 @ UNC-Asheville 87 L 76 @ Chattanooga 82 W 98 Tennessee-Wesleyan 60 W 79 Marshall 73 L 65 @ Oklahoma State 78 L 75 @ Syracuse 125 W 76 ! vs. Georgia 58 L 65 ! vs. Saint Mary’s 89 L 80 ! vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 82 W 72 Appalachian State 69 W 67 USC-Upstate 60 W 74 Campbell 69 L 69 Gardner-Webb 73 L 83 @ Belmont 86 W 86 @ Lipscomb 81 W 83 @ Jacksonville 77 W 92 North Florida 68 W 85 Mercer 79 W 72 Kennesaw State 66 W 95 @ Florida Gulf Coast 71 L 56 @ Stetson 68 L 75 Belmont 87 W 81 Lipscomb 78 L 70 @ Gardner-Webb 96 W 88 Tennessee Tech 80 W 96 @ Campbell 87 W 86 @ USC Upstate 80 W 81 $ Lipscomb 74 L 65 $ Belmont 69 ! - Rainbow Classic, Oahu, Hawaii $ - at Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament, Nashville, Tenn. 2008-09 (23-11 overall, 14-6 in A-Sun) Second in A-Sun Head Coach: Murry Bartow L 65 ! Temple W 65 ! SIU Edwardsville L 75 ! Hofstra W 96 Wingate W 78 @ Tennessee Tech L 69 @ Bradley W 76 @ Marshall

W 81 @ Mercer W 89 @ Appalachian State W 82 Chattanooga W 76 @ Kennesaw State L 61 Morehead State W 84 Jacksonville W 88 North Florida W 73 @ Stetson L 61 @ Florida Gulf Coast W 85 Lipscomb W 87 Belmont W 79 Campbell W 82 USC Upstate L 72 @ Jacksonville W 67 @ North Florida W 102 Florida Gulf Coast L 63 Stetson L 73 @ Belmont L 91 @ Lipscomb W 66 @ USC Upstate L 62 @ Campbell W 81 Kennesaw State W 103 Mercer W 90 $ Stetson W 88 $ Belmont W 85 $ Jacksonville L 62 % Pittsburgh !- Charleston Classic, Charleston, S.C. $ - Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament, Nashville % - NCAA East Regional, Dayton, Ohio

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2009-10 (20-15 overall, 13-7 in A-Sun) Fifth in A-Sun Head Coach: Murry Bartow W 62 Appalachian State 58 L 76 @ Chattanooga 85 L 61 @ Morgan State 72 L 56 @ Louisville 69 W 77 Coll. Of Charleston 71 W 94 @ Arkansas 85 W 82 North Florida 56 L 66 @ Tennessee 78 L 52 @ UAB 74 W 75 North Georgia 71 L 57 Murray State 61 L 58 @ Morehead State 60 W 93 Jacksonville 70 W 63 @ USC Upstate 62 W 63 @ Kennesaw State 46 L 78 @ Mercer 83 L 52 Stetson 54 W 73 Florida Gulf Coast 51 W 71 @ Lipscomb 69 L 89 @ Belmont 100 W 72 Campbell 57 L 84 Lipscomb 85 L 67 Belmont 74 W 56 @ Florida Gulf Coast 47 W 75 @ Stetson 60 W 66 Kennesaw State 45 L 77 Mercer 82 L 57 @ Campbell 79 W 63 USC Upstate 56 W 61 @ North Florida 46 W 64 @ Jacksonville 62 W 72 $ Campbell 64 W 69 $ Kennesaw State 64 W 72 $ Mercer 66 L 71 % Kentucky 100 $ - Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament, Macon % - NCAA East Regional, New Orleans, Louisiana

NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

All-time Results

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NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 94

First Last Opponent Games W L Game Game Streak

First Last Opponent Games W L Game Game Streak

Alabama Alabama-Birmingham Alabama Southern Alderson-Broaddus American University Anderson Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Athens College Auburn Augusta Austin Peay Belmont Belmont Abbey (NC) Berea Bethel Biscayne Bluefield (WV) Boston University Bradley Brigham Young California Cal-Irvine Cal-Sacramento Campbell Carson-Newman Catawba Centenary Central Michigan Chaminade Charleston (not CofC) Charleston Southern Chattanooga Cincinnati The Citadel Clemson Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Concord Cumberland (KY) Davidson Dayton Delaware Delaware State Delta State DePaul Drake Duke East Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Montana Eckerd Elon Emory & Henry Erskine Ferrum Florida Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida State Fresno State Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason George Washington Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Teachers Georgia Tech Guilford College Gustavus Adolphus

Hardin-Simmons High Point Hiwassee Hofstra Houston Houston Baptist IUPUI Illinois State Illinois Wesleyan Iona Iowa Iowa State Jacksonville James Madison Johnson Bible College Junaluska College Juniata Kansas Kennesaw State Kentucky Kentucky Wesleyan King College Lees-McRae Lehigh Lenoir College Liberty Limestone Lincoln Memorial Lipscomb Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola (La.) Lynchburg Mars Hill Marshall Marquette Maryland Maryville McNeese State Memphis Mercer Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee Milligan Mississippi Mississippi College Mississippi State Missouri State Missouri Valley Monmouth College Montreat College Morehead State Morgan State Murray State Nevada Newberry New Mexico State North Carolina N. Carolina Central N. Carolina State N. Carolina Wesleyan UNC Asheville UNC Charlotte UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington North Florida North Georgia Northeast Louisiana Northern Illinois Northwestern Northwestern St. (LA) Ohio Ohio State

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0 3 1984 2004 Lost 3 0 3 1985 2009 Lost 3 1 0 1928 1928 Won 1 1 0 1979 1979 Won 1 0 1 1976 1976 Lost 1 1 0 1999 1999 Won 1 76 46 1928 2009 Won 3 1 1 1991 1992 Won 1 0 1 1953 1953 Lost 1 1 1 1984 2009 Won 1 4 2 1965 1967 Won 2 4 0 1922 1923 Won 4 0 1 2006 2006 Lost 1 2 1 1985 1988 Lost 1 39 30 1949 2005 Lost 1 8 10 1955 2010 Lost 2 2 1 1957 1991 Won 1 1 0 1951 1951 Won 1 4 1 1953 1956 Won 1 0 1 1976 1976 Lost 1 7 2 1927 1997 Won 4 0 1 1990 1990 Lost 1 0 1 2008 2008 Lost 1 1 0 1991 1991 Won 1 1 0 1983 1983 Won 1 0 1 1982 1982 Lost 1 1 0 1989 1989 Won 1 12 2 1978 2010 Won 1 32 20 1920 1996 Won 5 1 0 1931 1931 Won 1 3 4 1957 1967 Won 1 1 1 2004 2005 Won 1 1 0 1989 1989 Won 1 1 0 1989 1989 Won 1 3 0 1979 1998 Won 3 33 42 1962 2009 Lost 1 1 2 1956 2004 Lost 1 35 15 1962 2004 Lost 1 0 7 1974 2007 Lost 7 4 3 1987 2003 Won 2 4 7 1999 2009 Won 1 1 1 1926 1927 Won 1 3 1 1924 1951 Won 3 19 26 1961 2005 Lost 1 0 1 2007 2007 Lost 1 1 0 1981 1981 Won 1 1 0 1985 1985 Won 1 1 0 1979 1979 Won 1 0 1 1970 1970 Lost 1 2 0 1990 1990 Won 2 1 0 1969 1969 Won 1 7 8 1965 1995 Lost 2 1 0 1992 1992 Won 1 21 28 1924 2007 Won 1 1 0 1978 1978 Won 1 1 0 1991 1991 Won 1 3 1 2004 2005 Lost 1 23 25 1922 1998 Won 3 2 0 1988 1989 Won 2 2 0 1999 2001 Won 2 0 4 1970 1981 Lost 4 1 1 2006 2006 Lost 1 4 1 2008 2010 Won 3 3 1 1956 1972 Lost 1 1 1 2004 2004 Lost 1 23 23 1962 2005 Won 1 3 4 2006 2008 Lost 2 2 0 1991 1991 Won 2 0 1 1971 1971 Lost 1 2 1 1961 2007 Won 1 12 17 1961 2005 Lost 1 4 1 1957 1986 Lost 1 0 1 1958 1958 Won 1 1 3 1976 1990 Lost 1 2 0 2002 2003 Won 2 0 1 1956 1956 Lost 1

3 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 12 10 2 1 1 3 10 3 3 36 6 1 4 5 1 53 37 2 2 1 1 2 8 46 3 2 34 2 7 11 1 1 7 59 58 12 1 2 3 1 1 1 51 1 42 1 2 1 5 1 4 1 20 3 19 9 9 2 2 2 1 1 1 2

1 2 1958 1967 Lost 1 1 0 1953 1953 Won 1 2 0 1947 1947 Won 2 0 1 2008 2008 Lost 1 1 0 2004 2004 Won 1 1 0 1976 1976 Won 1 0 1 2004 2004 Lost 1 1 0 1969 1969 Won 1 1 0 1962 1962 Won 1 1 0 1989 1989 Won 1 0 2 1991 1996 Lost 2 0 1 1997 1997 Lost 1 8 4 1970 2010 Won 3 6 4 1974 2002 Won 2 1 1 1924 1924 Won 1 1 0 1923 1923 Won 1 1 0 2003 2003 Won 1 0 3 1992 1996 Lost 3 9 1 2006 2010 Won 9 0 3 1981 2010 Lost 3 0 3 1957 1958 Lost 3 21 15 1920 2004 Won 11 5 1 1941 1997 Won 5 1 0 1969 1969 Won 1 2 2 1924 1925 Won 2 5 0 1981 1991 Won 5 1 0 1998 1998 Won 1 38 15 1923 1958 Lost 1 27 10 1951 2010 Lost 1 0 2 1959 2007 Lost 2 1 1 1974 1977 Lost 1 0 1 2009 2009 Lost 1 0 1 1963 1963 Lost 1 2 0 1999 2001 Won 2 4 4 1925 2004 Won 1 25 21 1957 2008 Won 2 0 3 1968 1993 Lost 3 0 2 1975 1990 Lost 2 13 21 1922 1951 Won 2 1 1 1959 1960 Won 1 3 4 1953 2005 Lost 1 9 2 1971 2010 Won 1 1 0 1989 1989 Won 1 0 1 1992 1992 Lost 1 0 7 1993 1999 Lost 7 24 35 1950 1999 Won 2 34 24 1921 2006 Won 2 5 7 1953 1996 Lost 1 1 0 1974 1974 Won 1 1 1 1988 1989 Won 1 1 2 1954 1989 Lost 1 0 1 1955 1955 Lost 1 1 0 1990 1990 Won 1 1 0 1999 1999 Won 1 24 27 1954 2010 Lost 3 0 1 2010 2010 Lost 1 19 23 1959 2010 Lost 1 0 1 1997 1997 Lost 1 2 0 1987 1990 Won 2 0 1 1993 1993 Lost 1 0 5 1970 1987 Lost 5 1 0 1979 1979 Won 1 3 1 1987 1992 Won 3 1 0 1887 1987 Won 1 14 6 1975 2007 Won 5 2 1 1971 1991 Won 2 11 8 1984 2005 Won 1 4 5 1977 2004 Won 1 9 0 2006 2010 Won 9 2 0 1984 2010 Won 2 1 1 1974 1992 Won 1 2 0 1969 1970 Won 2 0 1 1979 1979 Lost 1 0 1 1971 1971 Lost 1 1 0 1969 1969 Won 1 0 2 1968 1971 Lost 2

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Oklahoma Oklahoma State Old Dominion Oral Roberts Oregon Pacific Pembroke State Pittsburgh Purdue Radford Rhode Island Richmond Rider Roanoke College Robert Morris Rollins St. Mary’s (Calif.) San Diego State Sam Houston State Samford Shenandoah South Carolina South Carolina-Aiken South Carolina State USC Upstate South Florida Southern Southern Methodist Southern Mississippi S. Ill.-Edwardsville Springfield (MA) Spring Hill (AL) Stetson Syracuse

Temple Tennessee Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Tennessee Wesleyan Texas Tech Trinity (Texas) Tusculum UCLA Union (Ky.) Union (Tenn.) Vanderbilt Virginia Va. Commonwealth VMI Virginia Tech Virginia Union Virginia-Wise Wake Forest Warren Wilson College Washington Washington & Lee Weber State West Virginia Western Carolina Western Kentucky William & Mary Wilmington (Ohio) Wingate Wisconsin Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wofford Wright State Xavier

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All-Time Coaching Records Coach Years Seasons Gms Murry Bartow 2003-10 7 225 Ed DeChellis 1997-2003 7 198 Alan LeForce 1991-96 6 178 Les Robinson 1985-90 5 148 Barry Dowd 1982-85 3 86 Jim Halihan 1978-82 4 110 Sonny Smith 1976-78 2 53 Leroy Fisher 1973-76 3 75 *Madison Brooks 1948-73 25 633 L.T. Roberts 1947-48 1 17 Gene McMurray 1933-47 13 174 John Robinson 1925-31 6 65 Jim Luck 1923-25 2 25 Vernon McFee 1922-23 1 10 Charles Reece 1918-22 4 31 *Madison Brooks was the fifth-winningest coach in the nation when he retired in 1973.

Madison Brooks, 1948-73

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Win 138 105 108 78 40 57 30 23 370 9 90 25 10 5 19

Les Robinson, 1985-90

Loss 87 93 70 70 46 53 23 52 263 8 84 40 15 5 12

Pct. .613 .530 .607 .527 .465 .518 .566 .307 .585 .529 .517 .364 .400 .500 .613

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Ed DeChellis, 1996-2003

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NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 96

From left to right, Greg Dennis, Calvin Talford and Keith “Mister” Jennings electrified ETSU fans during the late 1980s and early 1990s, helping take the Buccaneers to four straight Southern Conference Tournament titles and four straight trips to the NCAAs.

NCAA Tournament Results 1968 - Mideast Regional ETSU 79 Florida State Ohio State 79 ETSU Marquette 69 ETSU

69 72 57

1989 - Southeast Regional Oklahoma 72 ETSU

71

1990 - Southeast Regional Ga. Tech 99 ETSU

83

1991 - Midwest Regional 76 ETSU

73

1992 - Southeast Regional ETSU 87 Arizona Michigan 102 ETSU

80 90

Iowa

Wake Forest

2003 - East Regional 76 ETSU

2004 - Atlanta Regional Cincinnati 80 ETSU 2009 - East Regional Pittsburgh 72 ETSU 2010 - East Regional Kentucky 100 ETSU

73 77 62 71

Buccaneer Tournament Records Team Points................................................................................ 90 ................................................................vs. Michigan, 1992 Points Allowed............................................................... 102 .............................................................. vs. Michigan, 1992 Field Goals........................................................................ 34 ..........................................................vs. Georgia Tech, 1990 Field Goals Allowed......................................................... 39, ..........................................................vs. Georgia Tech, 1990 3-pt. Field Goals............................................................... 13 ..................................................................vs. Arizona, 1992 Rebounds......................................................................... 44 ............................................................. vs. Oklahoma, 1989 Assists.............................................................................. 19 ..................................................................vs. Arizona, 1992 Largest Margin of Victory................................................. 10 ..........................................................vs. Florida State, 1968 Largest Margin of Defeat.................................................. 29 ............................................................... vs. Kentucky, 2010

Individual

Points................................................................................31 ...........................................Greg Dennis, vs. Michigan, 1992 Field Goals........................................................................12 ........... NCAA -- Rodney English, vs. Iowa, 1991 (25 points) ........................................................................................13 ..............NIT -- Courtney Pigram, vs. Clemson 2007 (25 points)

Field Goal Attempts..........................................................25 ........................................... Tim Smith, vs. Cincinnati, 2004 3-pt. Field Goals.................................................................5 ................................ Keith Jennings, vs. Georgia Tech, 1990 3-pt. Field Goal Attempts...................................................9 ........................................ Jason Niblett, vs. Michigan, 1992 Free Throws........................................................................9 ..........................................Greg Dennis, vs. Michigan, 1992 ..................................Zakee Wadood, vs. Wake Forest, 2003 Free Throw Attempts........................................................12 ....................................... Rodney English, vs. Arizona, 1992 ..................................Zakee Wadood, vs. Wake Forest, 2003 Assists..............................................................................13 .............................................Keith Jennings, vs. Iowa, 1991 Most Points by an Opponent............................................36 .........................................Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech, 1990

NIT The Bucs participated in the 1983 National Invitation Tournament, as seen in this photo to the left. ETSU lost in the first round to Vanderbilt, 79-74. Wes Stallings scored 12 points and grabbed three rebounds for the Bucs. The Bucs also competed in the 2007 NIT a year ago, losing to Clemson in a hard fought game, 64-57.

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NCAA Tournament Southeast Regional Nashville, Tenn.

1990

Southeast Regional Knoxville, Tenn.

The 1988-89 Bucs began East Tennessee State’s four-year streak of NCAA Tournament bids. The unknown Bucs fell one point short (72-71) of shocking the collegiate basketball world with an upset of Oklahoma on March 16, 1989. A win by the Bucs would have been the first in Tournament history by a No. 16 seed over a No. 1 seed. ETSU controlled ETSU’s Keith “Mister” Jennings and the rest of the the first half, leading by Buccaneers gave No. 1-seeded Oklahoma a scare in the first round of the 1989 NCAA Tournament in Nashville. eight at the break. The Bucs and Sooners battled throughout the second half, but when point guard Keith “Mr.” Jennings fouled out, ETSU’s fate was sealed. Oklahoma center Stacey King used a superman performance -- 28 points, 10 rebounds -- to assure his team of advancing. ETSU center Greg Dennis had 20 points and 15 rebounds.

Georgia Tech didn’t blink in blitzing the Bucs, 99-83, in the NCAA Tournament’s first round on March 15, 1990. The Ramblin’ Wreck shot 60.9 percent from the field and 53.8 from behind the arc. Lethal Weapon 3 led the way. Shooting guard Dennis Scott torched the Bucs for 36 points on 14-of-22 shooting, point guard Kenny Anderson scored 21 points and Keith “Mister” Jennings, left, scored a team-high 17 dished 10 assists for points in a loss to Georgia Tech during first round play the Yellow Jackets, and at the 1990 NCAA Tournament. three-guard Brian Oliver dropped 13 points. Five Buc players scored in double figures, led by Calvin Talford’s and Keith Jennings’ 17 points. Greg Dennis scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Georgia Tech advanced to the Final Four that season before losing.

1991

1992

Midwest Regional Minneapolis, Minn.

Jerry Pelphrey was a critical contributor to the Buccaneer cause in 1991. He later spent time on the coaching staff at ETSU, under Coach Alan LeForce and Ed DeChellis.

Another upset bid fell short, as the Bucs dropped a heartbreaking 76-73 decision to Iowa in the 1991 NCAA Tournament’s first round, on March 14, 1991. The Bucs led by four, 37-33, at halftime but could not sustain the lead. ETSU’s guards ­Rodney English and Keith “Mister” Jennings kept ETSU in the game with outstanding perimeter play. English scored a game-high 25 points on 11-of-17 shooting and also grabbed a team-high 10 boards.

Jennings scored 11 points and added 13 assists. In one of the most incredible individual seasons ever, Jennings was truly a star. He led the team in scoring (20.1), 3-pt. field goal percentage (59.2), free throw percentage (89.5) and assists (9.1 apg).

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Southeast Regional Atlanta, Ga.

After two near misses, the Bucs shocked the nation with an 87-80 win against Arizona, on March 20, 1992. The 14th-seed led the entire game and never let the No. 3-seed Wildcats get comfortable. Rodney English netted 21 points to lead the charge. He also led the team with five assists. Calvin Talford (15), Jason Niblett (13) Trazel Silvers (21) scored 12 points and senior Marty and Trazel Silvers (12) also Story (34) finished his career at ETSU in style, as the scored in double figures. Bucs upended No. 4 seed Arizona in the first round of The Bucs outscored the the NCAAs. Wildcats by 27 points from behind the arc. In the second round, ETSU fought hard but fell to the Fab Five Michigan squad. The Wolverines would advance to the NCAA Championship Game, while the Bucs would become one of the NCAA’s upset specialists.

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East Regional Tampa Fla.

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Atlanta Regional Columbus, Ohio

Tiny Tim Smith (Newport News, Va.) and East Tennessee State nearly won one for the little guys. Josh Howard and his athletic Wake Forest teammates made sure bigger was barely better. Howard, the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year, made two key free throws and finished with 12 points to help the second-seeded Demon Deacons survive Freshman phenom Tim Smith capped a stunning season a major scare from No. at ETSU, scoring 25 points and hitting a final-minute 15 seed ETSU in a 76-73 3-pointer to tie No. 2 seed Wake Forest and give the victory, on March 21, Demon Deacons a significant scare. 2003. Along with Smith’s 22-point effort that kept the Bucs in the game most of the way, junior Zakee Wadood scored 20 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, picked up four assists and seven steals in the losing effort.

Another 3-pointer came between East Tennessee State and a first-round upset. Tony Bobbitt hit a 3 from the left corner with 16.1 seconds left on March 19, 2004, rallying fourth-seeded Cincinnati to an 80-77 comeback victory over a team that keeps scaring the best teams in America in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Flashy point guard Tim Smith scored Sophomore point guard Tim Smith once again made 26 points, but missed a the most of the spotlight at the NCAAs, impressing the driving layup on his last national television audience and giving Cincinnati fans cardiac problems with a near-upset of the Bearcats. try. The Buccaneers (27-6) then missed two followup shots before Jason Maxiell got the rebound to clinch it. East Tennessee State, the 13th seed in the Atlanta Regional this year, nearly pulled off a surprise last year, falling by three points to Wake Forest.

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2010

East Regional Dayton, Ohio

Two decades removed from nearly stunning the college basketball world, the ETSU men’s basketball team took another shot at a No. 1 seed and once again the Buccaneers gave the giant a scare ... Having lost to No. 1-seeded Oklahoma 72-71 back in 1989, the Buccaneers have a history of making things interesting in the NCAA Tournament, and ETSU found itself trailing the No. Senior Kevin Tiggs, who finished as one of the nation’s 1 seed Pittsburgh 59-57 Top 20 scorers in 2008-09, and the rest of the Bucs with just over four minutes did not back down in a battle of No. 1 vs. No. 16. left in regulation at UD ETSU trailed by only two points with four minutes remaining in regulation, but their dreams of an upset Arena ... The Bucs were fell short at the UD Arena. unable to complete the upset bid, ultimately falling to the Panthers 72-62 ... With a trapping, fullcourt press defense, the Bucs stymied Pitt for much of the game, and powered by a team-high 21 points from senior Kevin Tiggs (Flint, Mich.) and another 17 from senior Courtney Pigram (Memphis), the Bucs nearly pulled off the upset.

East Regional New Orleans, LA

In a season which saw the ETSU men’s basketball team overcome multiple obstacles to even reach the NCAA Tournament, the Bucs gave up a season-high 54 points in the first half while facing a team that was hitting on all cylinders offensively, as the 16th-seeded Bucs had no answers for No. Junior Micah Williams scored a team high 19 points, 1 seed Kentucky in a but a Kentucky team loaded with NBA talent was too 100-71 first round loss. much for the Buccaneers. The Wildcats, considered by many to be the most talented team in the tournament, certainly looked the part en route to handing the Bucs their largest deficit in nine previous NCAA trips. Even so, the Bucs capped another 20-win season with another conference title and left many positive memories for ETSU fans, with high hopes for the 2010-11 season.

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Media Information Buccaneer Sports Network announces 2010-11 schedule for radio, television and live web streaming

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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Sept. 20, 2010) – The Buccaneer Sports Network is primed and ready to begin another exciting year of broadcasting ETSU athletics in 2010-11, a season that will include a combined 80 live radio broadcasts of ETSU men’s basketball, women’s basketball and baseball, over 90 live audio broadcasts of selected Buccaneer events at ETSUBucs.com, 26 television coaches shows, and over 60 live or on-demand video broadcasts courtesy of ASun.TV. “We are poised for another great season when it comes to the number and the quality of broadcasts for our network,” said Jay Sandos, the radio “Voice of the Bucs” and ETSU’s Assistant Director for Athletic Media Relations/Broadcast Operations. “We are excited about our new partnerships on the radio with our new flagship station WXSM-AM 640 The Sports Monster, as well as our return to WJCW-AM 910 and WGOC-AM 1320 as affiliates. Having these strong radio partnerships, continuing our television relationships with Charter Communications, Fox College Sports Atlantic, and WJHL 11 Connects, and seeing the live video streaming product at ASun.TV continue to grow is exciting.”

BUCS ON THE RADIO ... Beginning this season, ETSU’s flagship radio station for men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, and the Inside Buc Sports coaches call-in show will be WXSM-AM 640 The Sports Monster.

Affiliate stations of the radio portion of the network will include WJCW-AM (910), WGOC-AM (1320), WRGS-AM (1370), and WRGS-FM (94.5) in Rogersville. In addition, all fans can access the live audio broadcasts of all ETSU games by visiting ETSUBucs.com, clicking on the network link and the live audio link. Along with live game coverage on the radio, fans are also encouraged to stop by or call in to the weekly “Inside Buc Sports” coaches show at Fanatics Sports Restaurant located in the Doubletree Hotel, across from The Mall at Johnson City. Sandos, along with selected ETSU coaches, will visit with fans every Tuesday evening from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., taking phone calls as well as questions from fans inside the restaurant.

2010-11 Radio Affiliates

WXSM-AM (640).........Tri-Cities WJCW-AM (910).........Tri-Cities WGOC-AM (1320).......Kingsports WRGS-AM (1370).......Rogersville WRGS-FM (94.7).........Rogersville WKPT-AM (1400)........Kingsport WKPT-AM (1490)........Bristol WKPT-AM (1590)........Johnson City WKPT-FM (94.3).........Kingsport WKPT-FM (97.9).........Bristol WKPT-FM (97.7).........Johnson City ETSUBucs.com Live Web Broadcasts

BUCS ON THE TELEVISION ... On the television side, the network will once again partner with Charter Media to bring fans the Inside Buc

ETSU’s Primary Media Outlets Print Media Outlet......................................Phone.....................Fax................. Contact................Address Bristol Herald-Courier.................276-669-2181........... 276-669-3696............ TBA.......................... P.O. Box 609 - Bristol, VA 24203 East Tennessean..........................423-439-5363........... 423-439-8407............ TBA.......................... P.O. Box 70688 - Johnson City, TN 37614 Elizabethton Star.........................423-928-4151........... 423-542-2004............ TBA.......................... P.O. Box 1960 - Elizabethton, TN 37644 Greeneville Sun...........................423-638-4181........... 423-638-3645............ Wayne Phillips.......... P.O. Box 1630 - Greeneville, TN 37744 Kingsport Times-News................423-929-2197........... 423-392-1385............ Pat Kenny................. P.O. Box 479 - Kingsport, TN 37662 Knoxville News-Sentinel.............864-342-6259........... 864-342-6402............ John Adams.............. P.O. Box 59038 - Knoxville, TN 37950 Johnson City Press.......................423-929-3111........... 423-929-7484............ Kelly Hodge.............. P.O. Box 1717 - Johnson City, TN 37605 Morristown Citizen Tribune.........423-581-5630........... 423-581-8863............ TBA.......................... P.O. Box 625 - Morristown, TN 37815 Mountain City Tomahawk...........423-727-6121........... 423-727-4833............ Matt Hill................... P.O. Box 90 - Mountain City, TN 37683 Associated Press..........................615-373-9988........... 615-376-0947............ Teresa Walker........... 215 Centerview Dr. - Brentwood, TN 37027 Electronic Media - Television Outlet......................................Phone.....................Fax................. Contact................Address WCYB-TV (NBC)...........................276-645-1521........... 276-645-1555............ Jordan Conigliaro..... 101 Lee Street - Bristol, VA 24201 WEMT-TV (FOX)...........................423-283-3900........... 423-283-4938............................................. P.O. Box 3489 - Johnson City, TN 37602 WJHL-TV (CBS)............................423-434-4544........... 423-926-9080............ Kenny Hawkins......... P.O. Box 1130 - Johnson City, TN 37605 WKPT-TV (ABC)...........................423-926-1919........... 423-247-9836............................................. P.O. Box WKPT - Kingsport, TN 37662 Electronic Media - Radio Outlet......................................Phone.....................Fax................. Address WBEJ-AM....................................423-542-2184........... 423-542-2185............ 626-1/2 Elk Ave. - Elizabethton, TN 37643 WGAT-FM....................................276-386-7025........... 276-386-3600............ 117 East Jackson - Gate City, VA 24251 Radio Greeneville Group..............423-639-1831........... 423-638-1979............ P.O. Box 278 - Greeneville, TN 37744 (WIKQ-FM, WGRV-AM, WSMG-AM) Tri-Cities Radio Group..................423-477-1000........... 423-477-4747............ P.O. Box 8668 - Gray, TN 37615 (WJCW-AM, WQUT-FM, WKIN-AM, WKOS-AM, WGOC-AM) WETB-AM....................................423-928-7131........... 423-928-8392............ P.O. Box 4127 - Johnson City, TN 37602 WETS-FM....................................423-439-6440........... 423-439-6449............ P.O. Box 70630 - Johnson City, TN 37614 WEMB-AM..................................423-743-6123........... 423-743-6122............ P.O. Box 280 - Erwin, TN 37650 WRGS-AM...................................423-272-2628........... 423-272-0328............ 211 Burem Rd. - Rogersville, TN 37857 Holston Valley Broadcasting........423-926-1919........... 423-247-9836............ 222 Commerce St. - Kingsport, TN 37660 (WTFM-FM, WKPT-AM, WKTP-AM, WOPI-AM, WMEV-AM & FM) Bristol Broadcasting....................276-669-8112........... 276-669-0541............ P.O. Box 1389 - Bristol, VA 24203 (WAEZ-FM, WXBQ-FM, WPJO-FM, WFHG-AM & FM)

Sports television show every Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. on Charter Main Street 13 or Comcast Channel 14. Fans not in the immediate Mountain Empire region can also see the show nationally on Fridays at 4 p.m. on Fox College Sports Atlantic. For the second straight year, the BSN will also produce a weekly men’s and women’s basketball show throughout the months of January and February. ETSU Courtside will air weekly on CBS affiliate WJHL 11 Connects. The scheduled airtimes have yet to be determined.

BUCS ON THE WEB ... The ASun.TV video web streaming, pay-per-view package will offer over 60 live video streaming broadcasts planned for sports such as volleyball, women’s soccer, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball and softball. Fans can watch single games for a small charge, as well as purchase monthly or full season passes. To see a schedule of upcoming events and order the next game, visit ASun.TV or ETSUBucs.com. And as always, live audio of all ETSU’s broadcast events are available free by visiting ETSUBucs.com and clicking on the network link here: http://etsustream.intellithought.net/radio.aspx Press Row: East Tennessee State’s press row is located on the east side of Memorial Center court and is accessible only through the west side of the facility. The area is reserved for members of the working media, radio personnel and statisticians only. Seating is limited, so contact Associate Athletics Director for Communications Michael White for seating availability and arrangements. Press Credentials: All requests for working press credentials/photo credentials should be directed to Michael White of the ETSU Athletic Media Relations Office. Season credentials will be issued to those members of the media that cover ETSU on a regular basis. Credentials will be mailed if time permits. They can also be picked up at the media “will call” window, located at the West Side Ticket Booth. Parking: Media parking is available in the Warf-Pickel lot directly across the street from Memorial Center on the west side of the facility. Contact the Athletic Media Relations Office for parking passes. There is limited space available in the lot. Press Row Services: Game programs, flip cards, complete statistics, and play-by-plays will be provided at all ETSU home games. Updated statistics during the game will be provided during media timeouts and at halftime. Several telephone lines are available along press row that the media can use. The Media Relations staff will fulfill any fax requests from the media. Postgame Interviews: Following a brief cooling-off period, Coach Bartow and any ETSU players requested by the media will be brought to the ETSU media lounge. Postgame interviews with visiting coaches and players will be conducted in the visiting locker room area or at a place designated by the visiting team SID. Telephone Lines: ETSU has a reciprocal two-line agreement with Atlantic Sun Conference teams. To procure additional lines, please contact the ETSU Athletic Media Relations Office. ETSU Interview Policy: All interview requests for ETSU student-athletes and coaches should be directed to Michael White of the ETSU Athletic Media Relations Office. Please give at least 24 hours notice for an interview. The best time to interview players is either just before or after practice during the week. Contact the Media Relations Office for practice times and locations. Media members are asked not to contact players at their residence; the Media Relations Office will not provide home phone numbers for student-athletes. ETSU Basketball On The Internet: Information on ETSU basketball can be found on the Buccaneers’ official web site, www.etsubucs.com. Rosters, schedules, results, stats, player and coach bios and game notes can all be found on the site. Audio of the Buccaneer Sports Network broadcasts are also available.

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• New wall treatments with color photos from recent ETSU basketball championships were added in 2005, along with new black upholstery on the individual player chairs, new championship banners proclaiming the team’s many successes, and a new team logo on the wall. • A state-of-the-art film room was also added over the summer, providing a meeting place and game preparation area for the entire team. With complete film editing capabilities, ETSU coaches and players are now able to prepare for games in comfort. • In the summer of 2009, a new 60 inch flatscreen TV with surround sound was added to the players’ lounge.

Cheerleaders

The ETSU cheerleaders continue to act as ambassadors for the Buccaneers, helping to promote spirit among the ETSU faithful both at competitions and throughout the area as part of community service efforts. In addition, the team continues to succeed in competition, having attended attended UCA College Camp in August and receiving numerous awards.  The team received first place in the Cheer and the Fight Song categories along with a second place in the Sideline category.  They were awarded the prestigious Leadership Trophy which is voted on by the other teams that participated at camp, and the UCA staff selected them to receive the coveted Most Collegiate Award.  The ETSU Cheerleaders have received this award the last four years in a row.

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The 2010-11 squad members include: 1st row L-R:  Crystal Ratliff, Chelsea Morris, Jessica Jones, Jessica Runyan, Kayla Milligan, Keri Hensley, Anna Clark. 2nd row L-R:  Brooke Jones, Shelly Negrotto, Chelsea Gondek, Whitney Chadwell, Kindra Kitzmiller, Casey Solt, Jessica Glasscock, Shareece White. 3rd row L-R:  Spirit Coordinator-Spirit Coordinator Tammy Bartow, Seguin Warwick, Danielle Potter, Kelly Sweeney, Audrey Leonard, Dana Hammitt, Mary Beth Bauchman, Kayla Blevins, Brittney Shultz, Morgan McCurry, Coach Brittany Gambuzza, Assistant Coach Chelsea Myers.

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During the summer of 2005, the ETSU Men’s Basketball locker room was updated once again. The new changes included:

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5 Sheldon Cooley

Sophomore | 6-3 • 180 • Guard Tampa, Fla. • Plant HS

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0 Ryan Woumn

Jarvis Jones

43 Adam Sollazzo

Junior • 6-6 • 200 • Guard Tampa, Fla. • Armwood HS

Mike Smith

Justin Tubbs

Freshman • 6-3 • 170 • Point Guard Lynn, Mass. • Lynn English HS

Senior • 6-6 • 225 • Guard Guard Vandalia, Mo. • Van-Far HS

Senior • 6-3 • 205 • Guard Birmingham, Ala. • Univ. of Ala.

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De’Shaud Johnson

Senior • 5-9 • 165 • Guard Riverdale, Ga. • King College

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Junior • 6-2 • 190 • Guard Memphis • Mitchell HS

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Micah Williams

Lukas Poderis

Sophomore • 6-8 • 230 • Forward Tampa, Fla. • Ridgewood HS

45 J.C. Ward

Sophomore • 6-6 • 245 • Forward Marietta, Ga. • Marietta HS

Isiah Brown

Junior • 6-8 • 210 • Forward Miami, Fla. • South Miami HS

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Curtis Wilkinson

Junior • 6-8 • 220 • Forward

Anthony Johnson

Junior • 6-7 • 235 • Forward Los Angeles • Consumnes River CC

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SEnior • 6-4 • 220 • Guard Manchester • Coffee Co. HS

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Tommy Hubbard

Senior • 6-4 • 205 • Forward Boston, Mass. • St. Mark’s Schoo

Josh Johnson

Bude, Miss. • San Bernardino Valley CC

Freshman • 6-10 • 210 • Forward Gate City, Va. • Gate City HS

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Sophomore Sheldon Cooley

Junior Jarvis Jones

Sophomore Lukas Poderis

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November

11/2 Carson-Newman........................................ 7:00 p.m. 11/8 Tusculum.................................................. 7:00 p.m. 11/12 at Kentucky ..........................................................TBA 11/15 at Murray State.....................................................8:30 p.m. 11/20 Tennessee Tech.......................................... 4:00 p.m. 11/27 Milligan.................................................... 4:00 p.m.

Junior Adam Sollazzo

December

12/1 at Dayton..............................................................TBA 12/5 at USC Upstate .................................................2:00 p.m. 12/7 at College of Charleston ........................................7:00 p.m. 12/11 at Mississippi State................................................TBA 12/18 at Ole Miss.............................................................4:00 p.m. 12/22 Southern Miss...................................................2:30 p.m. 12/23 Cancun Governor’s Cup..........................................TBA 12/24 Cancun Governor’s Cup..........................................TBA 12/30 Campbell .............................................. 7:00 p.m.

January

1/3 at Mercer .........................................................7:30 p.m. 1/5 at Kennesaw State ...........................................7:30 p.m. 1/8 Florida Gulf Coast .................................. 4:00 p.m. 1/10 Stetson ................................................ 7:00 p.m. 1/13 at North Florida ...............................................7:00 p.m. 1/15 at Jacksonville ..................................................3:15 p.m. 1/21 Lipscomb .............................................. 7:00 p.m. 1/23 Belmont ............................................... 4:00 p.m. 1/25 USC Upstate .......................................... 7:00 p.m. 1/29 Kennesaw State .................................... 4:00 p.m. 1/31 Mercer .................................................. 7:00 p.m.

February

2/4 at Florida Gulf Coast .........................................7:00 p.m. 2/6 at Stetson ........................................................3:00 p.m. 2/11 Jacksonville .......................................... 7:00 p.m. 2/13 North Florida ........................................ 4:00 p.m. 2/17 at Belmont .......................................................8:00 p.m. 2/19 at Lipscomb .....................................................7:30 p.m. 2/24 at Campbell .....................................................7:30 p.m. 3/2-5 Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament....................TBA Home games in Bold All times in Eastern Standard Time (EST) and subject to change  Atlantic Sun Conference games  Evansville Tournament  Cancun Governor’s Cup  Marriott Cavalier Classic

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