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THE CHIP WILDE ERA SINCE 2007: • 14 MEN’S BASKETBALL GRADUATES • TWO SLIAC TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES • 16 SLIAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARDS • NINE ALL-SLIAC SELECTIONS • FOUR SLIAC ALL-ACADEMIC SELECTIONS • FOUR NABC ACADEMIC HONORS COURT SELECTIONS • THREE SLIAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM SELECTIONS • TWO D3HOOPS.COM TEAM OF THE WEEK SELECTIONS • TWO REAGAN FELLOWS • THE 2010 SLIAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR • ONE SLIAC ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM SELECTION • ONE NABC ALL-DISTRICT SELECTION • ONE D3HOOPS.COM ALL-REGION SELECTION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS WELCOME

2011-12 SEASON IN REVIEW

Men’s Basketball Quick Facts This is Eureka College The Reagan Center What Graduates are Saying Director of Athletics Paul Bryant Eureka College Quick Facts Campus Phone Numbers Eureka Athletics Staff

2012-13 SEASON PREVIEW Roster Schedule Season Outlook Head Coach Chip Wilde Assistant Coach Amos Arbogast Athletic Training Staff

MEET THE RED DEVILS

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Postseason Notebook Game-by-Game Results Final Statistics SLIAC Review SLIAC Team Leaders SLIAC Individual Leaders

34-35 36 37 38 39 40

RECORDS & HISTORY

Career Records Single-Season Records 14 Year-by-Year Results 15 Coaching Records 16-17 All-Time Series Results 18-19 20 OPPONENT INFORMATION 20 2012-13 Opponent Profiles SLIAC Information

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22 MEDIA INFORMATION 23 Media/Website Information 64 24 ON THE COVER 25 2012-13 Eureka men’s basketball seniors. 26 Top row (L-R): Chuck Misuraca, D.T. 27 Thornton, Dustin Fritsch, Jordan Fehr. 28-30 Bottom row (L-R): Rian Nailor, Mark 31 Lessen, Niko Rivera, Jordan Kindred. 32

Jordan Fehr Jordan Kindred Mark Lessen Dustin Fritsch Rian Nailor Niko Rivera Returning Letterwinners Newcomers Photo Roster

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2012-13 Eureka College Men’s Basketball Media Guide is a production of the Eureka College sports information office. Content was written and designed by Sports Information Director Bryan Moore. Editorial assistance was provided by Director of Athletics Paul Bryant, the coaching staff and student-athletes. Photography was provided by Bob Hunt and Eureka College. Front and back cover designs by Bryan Moore. Individuals with historical information that may be incorrect or that have been omitted from this guide are encouraged to contact the Eureka College sports information office.

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BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS Letterwinners Returning/Lost 12/8 Starters Returning/Lost 5/0 2012-13 Newcomers 6 First Year of Basketball 1919-20 All-Time Record 1,026-979 2011-12 Record 15-11 Conference St. Louis Intercollegiate Year Joined 2006 All-Time Record 52-46 2011-12 SLIAC Record 11-5 (T-2nd of 9) Website sliac.org

2012-13 SCHEDULE N 15 N 20 N 23 N 24 N 28 D1 D5 D 13 D 17 D 19 J5 J8 J 10 J 12 J 17 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 30 F2 F6 F9 F 13 F 16 F 19

at Lincoln Christian MONMOUTH ROCKFORD CENTRAL *MacMURRAY *at Spalding at North Park at Texas-Pan American at SIU-Edwardsville CONCORDIA (Ill.) *WEBSTER *at Fontbonne *WESTMINSTER *at Greenville *PRINCIPIA *SPALDING *at Blackburn *at Webster *GREENVILLE *at Westminster *BLACKBURN *FONTBONNE LINCOLN CHRISTIAN *at Principia *at MacMurray

7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m.

* -- SLIAC game All times Central and subject to change HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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THIS IS EUREKA COLLEGE THIS IS EUREKA COLLEGE Eureka College is a family. A small family. Our historic campus, located on 112 wooded acres in the heart of Central Illinois, can best be described as charming and friendly. Our focus on a comprehensive liberal arts education, with major emphasis on leadership and service to others, is one-of-a-kind. Our proximity to Peoria, Bloomington-Normal, Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis make us ideal for those looking for major market facilities, yet like to return to a safe, secure, and small town environment.

THE FOUNDING OF EUREKA COLLEGE Eureka College was founded by abolitionists from Kentucky who were members of a religious movement known as the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and were committed to providing young people a liberal education. These pioneers believed in an education infused with values as a basis for leadership. Chartered by the Illinois Legislature in 1855, Eureka was the first college in the state and third in the nation to admit men and women on an equal basis. To the present day, the college has continued to be interested in the development of character as well as intellect and technical competence with emphasis on service and leadership.

“Eureka, of course, is a Greek word that means I have found it and it described perfectly the sense of discovery I felt the day I arrived here in the fall of 1928. Eureka was everything I had dreamed it would be and more.” -- Ronald Reagan ‘32 40th President of the United States

HOW SMALL IS SMALL? Eureka College has just under 800 students. Is this a disadvantage? On the contrary -- we view it as an amazing advantage. David Everett’s (1769–1813) line, “...large streams from little fountains flow, tall oaks from little acorns grow “ rings true at Eureka. Each of those lucky enough to become a part of Eureka College and our traditions find themselves supported, encouraged, and treated, not as a number...but as the extraordinary and creative individuals they are.

President of the United States, serving as doctors, lawyers, teachers, and heads of non-profit organizations around the globe.

AROUND CAMPUS

As a student at Eureka College, getting involved is a tremendous opportunity that will have lasting impacts on your life; short term and long. With the turning of a new academic school year, the amount of organizations and activities are plentiful. No matter if you are a new first year, transfer student, commuter, or upperclassman, taking advantage of what we have to In this unique and empowering environment offer will be to your benefit. The college experience is about growing the holistic some of the best and brightest have student in all areas including outside the discovered their strong sense of self, their classroom. By giving of your time and vocation for their future, and a deep love Eureka College has had a major impact on talents to an organization, the organization for this special small campus. Imagine American life, with alumni who have had can thrive and your college experience will from this small campus has come forty-two successful careers in education, business, be even more valuable. college presidents, seven governors and management, the arts, and community members of Congress, a Nobel Laureate service. Graduates include forty-two The Student Activities Office at Eureka team member, and the 40th President college presidents, seven governors and College strives to promote co-curricular of the United States. EC has over 5,000 members of Congress, a Nobel Laureate involvement in the areas of organizations living graduates located around the world. team member, and former President Ronald and activities using various resources on You’ll fi nd many of them serving the current Reagan, Class of 1932. and off campus including the Cerf College

Eureka’s historic campus has 112 acres with 24 buildings. The College offers more than 30 majors and programs of study.

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THIS IS EUREKA COLLEGE Center; center of campus community life. We encourage personal development socially, interpersonally, and morally through student engagement. Providing programming, campus activities, and resources we strive to cultivate holistic student growth and development and in turn support the mission of Eureka College. The Donald B. Cerf Center is a focal point of campus activity, housing the “Burgoo“ -- the campus snack bar -- and the College Bookstore. The Cerf Center also houses the Ronald W. Reagan Museum. It is frequently the site of public and private events.

THE PRESIDENT’S WELCOME On behalf of all Eureka College students, faculty, staff, alumni and trustees, I am pleased to welcome you to Eureka College. We are happy to have you on campus as we observe our 158th year of excellence in learning, leadership and service. Athletics play an important role in the lives of students at Eureka College. Nearly half of our students play a sport at the intercollegiate level and most other students participate at the intramural level. Athletic teams are integral to the educational process, providing means to learn leadership, discipline, tenacity, persistence and cooperation. I am proud of the student-athletes that you are watching today. They are wonderful ambassadors for Eureka College, and their efforts exemplify learning outside of the classroom, developing teamwork and building school spirit.

ABOUT THE FACULTY Eureka College faculty play a pivotal role in working toward the success of each and every EC student. The College has an average class size of fifteen students and a student-faculty ratio of 12:1. Many faculty have earned national and international recognition in their areas of scholarship, such as: social responses to alcoholism, the history of slavery; recognition in lepidoptery, philosophy, Native American literature; and individually recognized Fulbright Scholarship recipients.

SIMPLY PUT Eureka College is one of the best educational experiences that a prospective student can have. Eureka College is a remarkable family, populated with some of the finest, dedicated, caring individuals in the world. Over 150 years of excellence in learning, service, and leadership is our guiding force. Unfortunately, the College simply cannot accommodate everyone. Entrance is limited. This opportunity should not be allowed to slip by.

J. David Arnold, Ph.D. President of the College

THE REAGAN INFLUENCE They were simply known as Dutch and Moon, nicknames passed down from their father. Ron was thought to have resembled “the Dutchman” while Neil looked like comic strip character “Moon Mullins” with his slicked back hair. The names stuck. During his four years at Eureka, Reagan demonstrated his gratitude by immersing himself in the life of the College. He even convinced his older brother Neil to enroll in the fall of 1928, creating the enviable situation of his older brother waiting on him as a pledge at the TKE house. Ronald Reagan graduated in 1932 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in social science and economics. He moved to Davenport, Iowa, to accept a position as a sports announcer for radio station WOC. His career led him on to Hollywood and then into state and national politics, but his loyalty to Eureka College was evidenced by his three six-year terms on the College’s Board of Trustees and his continual involvement in various college related events. In his 1992 Commencement address, President Reagan related the experience of the class of 1932. “We took with us from Eureka College the strength born of a spirit of fellowship, willingness to work together for common goals, and a deep faith in the word of God.” In the case of Ronald Reagan, who graduated from Eureka in the early years of the Depression, those values propelled him to a lifetime of leadership. From sports broadcaster, to actor, to politician, Dutch Reagan’s four years of personal development at Eureka launched him into a lifetime of leadership.

Nearly 300 Eureka College students participate in athletics. A total of 27 student-athletes earned their degrees in May 2012.

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THE REAGAN CENTER

THE REAGAN CENTER The Reagan Center, the building that serves as home to the Eureka College athletics department, will play host to Eureka men’s basketball for the 43rd consecutive season in 2012-13. The facility has seen significant upgrades in recent years, including a new hardwood playing surface in the arena in June 2011 and a pair of new state-of-the-art scoreboards in December 2010. The Red Devils have utilized one of the best home-court advantages in all of NCAA Division III for nearly four decades, posting better than a .700 winning percentage (281-118) at the facility since Eureka’s game-by-game records began prior to the 1974-75 season. The Red Devils were especially tough at the Reagan Center under Hall of Fame head coach Dave Darnall, going 185-19 (.907) in 20 seasons from 1974 through 1994. Darnall’s teams were unbeaten at home on nine different occasions and set a single-season program record with 13 home victories in 1991-92 and again in 1992-93. The Red Devils won 41 consecutive home games from Nov. 23, 1991 until Jan. 28, 1995 and never lost an NAIA District 20 playoff game on their home floor. On Dec. 3, 2011, Eureka hosted a halftime ceremony to dedicate “Championship Circle”, named for Darnall and all 20 of his squads from 1974 through 1994. More than 75 former Red Devils joined Darnall

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and his family on the floor for the ceremony (pictured opposite page, bottom left). The multi-purpose facilty, named after alums Ronald Reagan (‘32) and Neil Reagan (‘33), opened in 1970 and hosts the offices for the Eureka athletics department. The building also houses Eureka’s on-campus athletic training facility, a weight-training area for Eureka studentathletes and classrooms for the Eureka College physical education department. The weight-training facility was revamped in July 2012 with a new rubber floor and a large array of new weights for EC studentathletes. Featuring a 1,500-seat arena for basketball and volleyball, the Reagan Center arena plays host to more than 30 events each year. The building also boasts a competition-sized pool that serves as the home to the Eureka swim team and hosts the Eureka College Sprint Swim Meet each January. A hardwood floor was installed in the arena in June 2011, a surface formerly used as a practice floor by the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves. The portable surface features a parquet design and was installed in pieces and painted by Clarkston, Mich.based Game Day Athletics. The installation crew, headed by Tom Petrie, also installed and painted the Reagan Center’s previous playing surface. Dedicated for Ronald P. Bonati on Oct.

4, 2007, the the Bonati Fitness Center is the on-campus training facility for the campus and community. Named for Bonati and funded by his wife Christine Bonati Bollwinkle, the facility provides the campus and community a state-of-the-art fitness center. Bonati attended Eureka College from 1957 until 1960 and served as a trustee for Eureka College from 1993 through 1999. He had a 34-year management career with Caterpillar, Inc. where he was the Vice President of the North America Commercial Division from 1993 until 1999. Also dedicated on Oct. 4, 2007 was the Rigazio Lobby for 1976 Eureka College graduate Steve Rigazio. Named and funded in his memory by his parents Gretchen and Tony Rigazio, Rigazio was the president of Nevada Power Company at the time of his illness and death in 2001. The Rigazio Lobby features a double trophy case displaying Eureka’s finest athletic accomplishments, as well as a high-definition television showcasing the members of the Eureka College Athletics Hall of Fame. In addition to hosting more than 1,000 athletic events over its 42-year history, the arena also hosted commencement addresses from President Ronald Reagan in 1982 and 1992. The facility also served as a location of a visit from former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev during his trip to campus in honor of Eureka’s “Ronald Reagan Day” in March 2009.

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THE REAGAN CENTER

THE RED DEVILS IN THE REAGAN CENTER Season 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

W 8 8 7 7 8 11 9 8 9 9 7 10 11 5 9 9 12 13 13 12

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

(Since 1974-75) Pct. Season .667 1994-95 .889 1995-96 .875 1996-97 .636 1997-98 1.000 1998-99 1.000 1999-00 .900 2000-01 .800 2001-02 1.000 2002-03 .900 2003-04 .778 2004-05 1.000 2005-06 1.000 2006-07 .833 2007-08 .900 2008-09 1.000 2009-10 1.000 2010-11 .929 2011-12 1.000 Totals 1.000

W L 8 3 6 2 8 3 5 5 1 10 4 6 0 11 4 8 5 6 10 5 5 5 2 8 7 4 6 5 4 5 9 3 3 8 9 2 281 118

Pct. .727 .750 .727 .500 .091 .400 .000 .333 .455 .667 .500 .200 .636 .545 .444 .750 .273 .818 .704

DIRECTIONS AND INFORMATION FROM THE WEST (PEORIA) •Travel east on US Route 24 •Turn right onto South Main Street/Illinois Route 117 •Upon entering Eureka, turn left onto Reagan Drive •The Reagan Center is on the left FROM THE EAST (BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL) •Travel west on Interstate 74 •Take exit 92, turning right (north) onto Illinois Route 117 •Upon entering Eureka, turn right onto Reagan Drive •The Reagan Center is on the left FROM THE NORTH (CHICAGO/SUBURBS) •Travel south on Interstate 55 •Take exit 187, turning right (west) onto US Route 24 •Turn left onto South Main Street/Illinois Route 117 •Upon entering Eureka, turn left onto Reagan Drive •The Reagan Center is on the left FROM THE SOUTH (ST.LOUIS/SPRINGFIELD) •Travel north on Interstate 55 •Take exit 127, keeping left onto Interstate 155 (north) •Merge onto Interstate 74 (east) toward Bloomington •Take exit 112, turning left (north) onto Illinois Route 117 •Upon entering Eureka, turn right onto Reagan Drive •The Reagan Center is on the left TICKETS & PARKING All men’s basketball tickets are general admission. Season passes are available by contacting the Eureka athletics office at (309) 467-6370. Fans are encouraged to park in the main lot on the west side of the Reagan Center.

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WHAT GRADUATES ARE SAYING

“Eureka College has not only armed me with the right attitude and tools to be successful in the real world, but has also provided me with a network of people who will be willing to help me in any way they can.”

“If I had to do it all over again, I’d go to Eureka College.”

-- Marisa Durley ‘11 Eureka College Volleyball, 2007-10 All-SLIAC Honorable Mention (2010)

“Eureka College allowed me to be involved. It was a perfect fit athletically, academically and socially. My four years at Eureka will be the most memorable fouryear span of my life.”

-- Ronald Reagan ‘32 Eureka College Football, Swimming and Track & Field 40th President of the United States

-- Mark Darnall ‘09 Eureka College Men’s Basketball, 2005-09 Eureka College Men’s Soccer, 2007

“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my playing career at Eureka College. I won’t forget the accomplishments of the baseball program during my time at the college.” -- Tim Cashdollar ‘11 Eureka College Baseball, 2008-11 All-SLIAC Honorable Mention (2010, 2011)

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“Eureka College gave me great opportunities and experiences as a student-athlete. Being a Red Devil has provided memories and friendships to last a lifetime.” -- Jessica Reardon ‘05 Eureka College Women’s Basketball, 2001-05 All-NIIC First Team (2003, 2004, 2005) Eureka All-time Leading Scorer (1,483 points) Eureka College Softball, 2002-05

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WHAT GRADUATES ARE SAYING

“Playing college basketball was a dream and Eureka College made it an experience I will never forget. My days at Eureka hold a special place in my heart and memories that I will cherish forever.”

“I truly owe what I am today to Eureka College.”

-- Kim Holdenrid ‘07 Eureka College Women’s Basketball, 2003-07

-- Laura Willman Moore ‘10 Eureka College Volleyball, 2006-09 All-SLIAC Second Team (2009)

EUREKA COLLEGE ALMA MATER ‘Neath the Elms upon the campus Glorious to view

“Eureka College taught me to push and strive for excellence in all aspects of life. I can look back on my time here and not have one regret from it.” -- Jordan Vignoni ‘10 Eureka College Football, 2006-09 All-SLIAC Honorable Mention (2008)

Stands Eureka, Alma Mater; Faithful, tried and true.

Lift the chorus, speed it onward Ne’er our voices fail Praise to thee, O fair Eureka Praise to thee, all hail.

When we leave thy halls forever never to return Still within our hearts fond memories steadily will burn.

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“Having the opportunity to be a two-sport athlete at Eureka College has allowed me to continue my passion for education. EC athletics has helped me become the teacher and coach I am today.” -- Nicole Ropp ‘09 Eureka College Women’s Basketball, 2007-08 Eureka College Softball, 2008-09 All-SLIAC Honorable Mention Softball (2009)

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS PAUL BRYANT

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS PAUL BRYANT Paul Bryant is in his fifth year as the Director of Athletics at Eureka College. Since Bryant arrived at the helm of Eureka’s athletic department in the summer of 2008, the Red Devils have experienced unprecedented success on the playing field and in the classroom. After only two Eureka squads qualified for the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference postseason from 2006 through 2009, the Red Devils have qualified for six SLIAC Tournaments in Bryant’s four years as Director of Athletics, including championship game appearances by men’s basketball in 2010 and women’s basketball in 2012. In all, five of Eureka’s nine eligible programs have played in the SLIAC Tournament during Bryant’s tenure, including multiple appearances from men’s basketball (2010, 2012). In addition to the strides the Red Devils have made on the playing field, Bryant has also placed a significant emphasis on academics, creating the Director of Athletics Honor Roll prior to the 2009-10 academic year. A record-high 81 student athletes were named to the A.D. Honor Roll in Spring 2010, while Eureka is represented on a regular basis on the SLIAC and Upper Midwest Athletic Conference All-Academic Teams. Eureka earned a total of 27 academic all-conference selections during the 2011-12 year, and five student-athletes to earn the award participated in more than one sport. Bryant has also made tremendous use of Eureka’s celebrated athletics history, welcoming a pair of Eureka College Hall of Famers back to the athletics staff as head coaches. On Dec. 4, 2008, Bryant hired 1998 EC graduate Kurt Barth to direct the Eureka football program. Barth, who starred on the gridiron for the Red Devils from 1994 through 1997, has rapidly made his mark on the Red Devils. Barth has coached Eureka to its most successful three-season stretch in more than a decade and posted the best 30-game debut by a Eureka football coach since 1997. Barth’s influence has also allowed the Red Devils to produce recordbreaking statistics on the playing field, as Eureka has broken 14 team and individual program records since his arrival in 2009. Nearly one year later to the day after Barth’s arrival, Bryant chose Eureka icon Craig Gerdes as the new head coach of the baseball squad on Dec. 1, 2009. Gerdes promptly guided to the Red Devils to a program-record 19 victories and their first-ever appearance in the SLIAC Tournament in 2010. The effort earned Gerdes SLIAC Coach of the Year honors. The 1971 Eureka graduate won 31 games in two seasons as head coach prior to his retirement in 2011.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS PAUL BRYANT Bryant has spearheaded several projects to improve Eureka’s on-campus facilities. In June 2011, Bryant secured the funding for the purchase and installation of a new hardwood floor in the Reagan Center. The surface, formerly used as a practice floor by the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves, gives Eureka a regulation hardwood floor for basketball and volleyball for the first time since 2008. In addition to the hardwood floor, two new state-of-the-art Nevco scoreboards were installed in the arena in December 2010, and new shot clocks were installed in June 2012. The latest facilities improvement under Bryant’s watch was “The McKinzie Project”. A permanent brick wall was installed at the Red Devils’ football facility along Reagan Drive in addition to improvements to the visiting bleachers and the installation of a new fence behind the visitors’ sideline. A native of Dayton, Ohio, Bryant was formerly Associate Director of Athletics at Urbana University in Urbana, Ohio. In addition to his administrative duties at UU, Bryant served as the men’s basketball head coach for five seasons. While guiding the Blue Knights, Bryant was chosen as the American Mideast South Division Coach of the Year and American Mideast Conference Coach of the Year. Before coaching at Urbana, Bryant began his coaching career at the collegiate level during the 1996-97 season as a men’s basketball assistant coach at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. He went on to become the head coach at Sinclair the following season, directing the Pride for six seasons from 1997 until 2003. During his six seasons, Bryant won 88 games, led Sinclair to four NJCAA Division II regional appearances, two national tournament berths and a national runner-up finish in 1998. He was named the Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year. While in Dayton, Bryant also served for eight years as the CEO of the community’s Learn to Lead youth services agency, where he licensed foster parents and placed foster children in appropriate homes.

EUREKA COLLEGE QUICK FACTS Address

300 East College Avenue Eureka, Illinois 61530 Founded 1855 Enrollment 760 Nickname Red Devils Colors Maroon & Gold National Affiliation NCAA Division III Conference Affiliation St. Louis Intercollegiate Upper Midwest (Football) President Dr. J. David Arnold Provost Dr. Philip Acree Cavalier VP / Finance / Facilities / CFO Marc Pasteris VP / Development / Alumni Relations Mike Murtagh Dean of Students Brooke Campbell Director of Athletics Paul A. Bryant Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Junius Rodriguez

CAMPUS PHONE NUMBERS Area Code 309 Main Campus Phone Admissions Bookstore The Burgoo Campus Security Cerf Center Development Financial Aid Learning Center Media Relations Melick Library Residence Life Student Programs and Services (SPS)

ATHLETICS PHONE NUMBERS

Athletics Main Office Bryant played four years of college basketball between North Idaho Athletics Fax College and Alaska Pacific University before earning a bachelor’s Sports Information degree from APU in 1989 and a master of education degree from Athletic Training Urbana University. Bonati Fitness Center Rigazio Lobby Bryant is a member of the National Association of Basketball Pool Office Coaches, Black Coaches and Administrators and the National NCAA Compliance Association of College Directors of Athletics. He also served Baseball as the SLIAC Administrative Council Chair during the 2010-11 Men’s Basketball academic year. Women’s Basketball Cross Country Bryant and his wife Shannon reside in Eureka and have two Football children, Kayla (18) and Paul, Jr. (12). Kayla is a freshman at Golf Eureka College and a member of the women’s basketball team. Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Track & Field

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467-3721 467-6350 467-6427 467-6428 467-6600 467-6407 467-6317 467-6310 467-6520 467-6318 467-6380 467-6420 467-6420

Area Code 309 467-6370 467-6402 467-6456 467-6378 467-6658 467-6659 467-6375 467-6865 467-6586 467-6371 467-6865 467-6370 467-6369 467-6370 467-6465 467-6465 467-6376 467-6375 467-6372 467-6369

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ATHLETICS STAFF

AMOS ARBOGAST

JANE AUSTIN

KURT BARTH

KHASSANDRAE BROWN

BILL CONGER

ISAAC COX

Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Swimming & Diving Head Coach

Football/Track Head Coach

Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Baseball Head Coach

JOE DeLUCIA

SARA EGGLESTON

SEEFF GRAUER

RANDY HENKELS

KIM HOLDENRID

DEREK JOHNSON

Football Assistant Coach

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Football Assistant Coach

Assistant A.D. Head Athletic Trainer

Administrative Assistant

Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach

DERIC LINDER

TAREN MARTIN

DOUG MIDDENDORF

MIKE MINEHAN

BRYAN MOORE

MORGAN MURPHY

Football Assistant Coach

Assistant A.D./SWA WBB Head Coach

Golf Head Coach

Football Assistant Coach

Sports Information Director

Football Assistant Coach

DEBI NEFF

ROBIN RAMIREZ

DeRICCO REED

MICHELLE REEF

WES SCHMIDGALL

Softball Head Coach

CHIP WILDE

Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Cross Country Head Coach

Volleyball Head Coach

Football Assistant Coach

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

BOBBY WILSON

J.L. ZAPUSHEK

K.T. ZAPUSHEK

Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

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2012-13 ROSTER

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No. 00 1 2 3 4 5 10 12 14 15 21 22 24 33 34 40 44 55

Name D.T. Thornton Rian Nailor Tony Dunlap Niko Rivera Brad Lawson Kaleb Garber Jordan Kindred Connor Lincoln Dustin Fritsch Jordan Fehr Jake Kuenzl Trevor Teal Mike Sain Chuck Misuraca Jake Stephens Josh Hack Brett Crite Mark Lessen

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

Pos. C G G G G/F G G G F G G G G G G F F C

Ht. 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-6 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-8 6-3 6-3 6-7

Wt. 325 190 175 175 190 190 180 200 190 160 175 160 150 190 160 205 200 220

Exp. 1L 1L HS 1L 2L 1L 3L TR 1L 3L 2L 2L HS 1L HS HS 1L 3L

Hometown Normal, Ill. Rock Falls, Ill. Lanark, Ill. Sterling, Ill. Hoopeston, Ill. Minonk, Ill. Chrisman, Ill. Polo, Ill. Sterling, Ill. Roanoke, Ill. Fairview, Ill. Delavan, Ill. Columbus, Ohio Winnebago, Ill. West Peoria, Ill. Washington, Ill. Granville, Ill. Delavan, Ill.

High School/Previous School Normal West/Carl Sandburg Rock Falls/Sauk Valley Eastland Sterling/Sauk Valley Hoopeston Area Fieldcrest Chrisman Polo/Sauk Valley Sterling/Sauk Valley Roanoke-Benson Spoon River Valley Delavan Reynoldsburg Winnebago/Missouri Valley Manual Washington Putnam County Delavan

Head Coach: Chip Wilde (Western Illinois ‘91), 6th season Assistant Coach: Amos Arbogast (Iowa ‘06), 2nd season

Experience (Exp.) Key: 1L: one letter • 2L: two letters • 3L: three letters • TR: Transfer • HS: High School

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2012-13 SCHEDULE

2012-13 EUREKA COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date NOVEMBER 15 20 23 24 28 DECEMBER 1 5 13 17 19 JANUARY 5 8 10 12 17 19 23 26 30 FEBRUARY 2 6 9 13 16 19

Opponent

Location

Time

at Lincoln Christian MONMOUTH ROCKFORD CENTRAL *MacMURRAY

Lincoln, Ill. Reagan Center Reagan Center Reagan Center Reagan Center

*at Spalding at North Park at Texas-Pan American at Southern Illinois-Edwardsville CONCORDIA (Ill.)

Louisville, Ky. Chicago, Ill. Edinburg, Texas Edwardsville, Ill. Reagan Center

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

*WEBSTER *at Fontbonne *WESTMINSTER *at Greenville *PRINCIPIA *SPALDING *at Blackburn *at Webster *GREENVILLE

Reagan Center St. Louis, Mo. Reagan Center Greenville, Ill. Reagan Center Reagan Center Carlinville, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. Reagan Center

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*at Westminster *BLACKBURN *FONTBONNE LINCOLN CHRISTIAN *at Principia *at MacMurray

Fulton, Mo. Reagan Center Reagan Center Reagan Center Elsah, Ill. Jacksonville, Ill.

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7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m.

All times Central and subject to change HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS * -- St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

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2012-13 OUTLOOK The Eureka College men’s basketball team will enter its 92nd season of competition with hopes of returning to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament and earning its first-ever NCAA Division III Tournament berth. All five starters and a total of 12 letterwinners return for sixth-year head coach Chip Wilde. Last season’s squad won 15 games overall and 11 contests against SLIAC foes to tie for a secondplace finish in the nine-team conference. Jordan Kindred returns as Eureka’s most experienced Division III player, having played in 85 games for the Red Devils since his debut in 2008. The Chrisman, Ill. native, who is in his fifth season after receiving a medical hardship just seven games into the 2010-11 season, has 315 career assists to rank sixth on Eureka’s all-time list. His junior season total of 135 assists ranked 10th in single-season program history. Kindred enters the upcoming campaign needing only 19 points for 1,000, and 260 points to reach Eureka’s all-time top-10 list. Senior center Mark Lessen returns for his fourth season in the Eureka frontcourt. Lessen, who earned All-SLIAC First Team honors last season, has been a steady force at both ends of the floor for Wilde

and enters his final collegiate campaign as Eureka’s active leader in rebounds (452) and blocked shots (124). Lessen’s 56 blocked shots a year ago led the SLIAC and proved to be the highest single-season total on record in program history. His defensive presence landed him on the SLIAC All-Defensive Team. Senior guard Jordan Fehr joins Kindred and Lessen as the most experienced Division III players on the roster. Fehr has been a steady presence for Wilde over the previous three seasons, appearing in 49 games as one of Eureka’s top reserves and 3-point shooters. Senior forward Dustin Fritsch joined Lessen as selections for the All-SLIAC First Team last season. Fritsch burst on to the scene last season after transferring from Sauk Valley, putting up a double-double in his Eureka debut to earn his first of two SLIAC Player of the Week awards. He went on to lead the league in scoring (17.1) and rebounding (8.5), while also ranking among the SLIAC leaders in 3-pointer made (52) and field goal percentage (.511). Fritsch has also proved to be one of Eureka’s most durable players, as his 32.0 minutes per game led the Red Devils and ranked fifth among all SLIAC players.

Senior Rian Nailor returns after a successful debut season as the Red Devils’ point guard. Nailor’s 100 assists ranked third among SLIAC players last season, while his 1.8 assist/turnover ratio was one of the league’s best. He also offered the Red Devils an outstanding presence on the perimeter, as his 39 3-pointers ranked second among Eureka players. Niko Rivera rounds out Eureka’s group of five returning starters. Like Fritsch and Nailor, Rivera arrived from Sauk Valley a year ago and promptly secured a spot in the starting lineup. Rivera, who averaged 8.0 points per game in his first season as a Red Devil, regularly draws Eureka’s toughest defensive assignment. The versatile Rivera also distributed 60 assists, joining Kindred and Nailor as Red Devils to rank among the top-10 in the SLIAC. Senior guard Chuck Misuraca will begin his first full season for the Red Devils. The Winnebago, Ill. native joined the program midway through last season after transferring from Missouri Valley. Misuraca will provide solid depth among Eureka’s guard rotation. Senior big man D.T. Thornton is also back for the Red Devils. The two-sport studentathlete will provide size and rebounding in Eureka’s frontcourt as one of the more dominant interior forces in the SLIAC.

All five starters and 12 letterwinners return for sixth-year head coach Chip Wilde, including 2012 All-SLIAC honorees Jordan Kindred (10), Dustin Fritsch (14) and Mark Lessen (55).

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2012-13 OUTLOOK Jake Kuenzl returns after sitting out a year ago to anchor Eureka’s junior class. Kuenzl, who knocked down 22 3-pointers as one of Eureka’s top outside options in 2010-11, has made 27 career appearances to rank fourth among active Red Devils. He’ll be joined by two-year veterans Brad Lawson and Trevor Teal as juniors on the roster. Guard Kaleb Garber and forward Brett Crite represent Eureka’s sophomore class after making their debuts last season. The Red Devils will turn to a talented group of newcomers to provide depth for what is already a solid returning rotation. Sauk Valley transfer Connor Lincoln will join several of his former junior college teammates on the Eureka roster in 201213. The Polo, Ill. native averaged 5.7 points and 4.4 rebounds for the Skyhawks a year ago. Tony Dunlap, an accurate 3-point specialist and former prep standout at Eastland, will also bolster Eureka’s outstanding backcourt. Dunlap, who owns the Northern Illinois University Convocation Center single-game record with nine 3-point baskets made, will have three seasons of eligibility upon joining the program this fall. Columbus, Ohio native Mike Sain headlines a group of three freshmen to join the program in 2012-13. Sain is the son of Eureka College Hall of Famer Michael Sain, who starred on the hardwood for Hall of Fame head coach Dave Darnall from 1979 until 1983 and owned Eureka’s all-time scoring record for more than a decade. Josh Hack (Washington) and Jake Stephens (Peoria Manual) will also enter the program with four years of eligibility. The upcoming campaign will likely feature a personal milestone for Wilde, who needs one victory to tie Dennis Dighton (199400) for fourth place on Eureka’s all-time coaching wins list. Wilde has directed the Red Devils to an average of 11.4 wins in each of his first five seasons, the thirdhighest single-season average among the 15 head coaches in the program’s history. The Red Devils got an early jump on

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preseason practice thanks to a three-game foreign exhibition tour to Ontario, Canada in mid-October. Eureka earned victories over Western Ontario and St. Clair on the trip that spanned five days during Eureka College’s fall break. Eureka took a similar trip prior to the 2009-10 season. Eureka will begin its 25-game schedule on Thursday, Nov. 15 in a 7 p.m. nonconference matchup with Lincoln Christian in Lincoln, Ill. Following the opening-night bout with the Red Lions, the Red Devils will return home for a season-long four-game homestand. Eureka will host NCAA Division III foes Monmouth (Nov. 20), Rockford (Nov. 23) and Central (Nov. 24) before opening up St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play on Nov. 28 against MacMurray. The Red Devils will take their first SLIAC road trip of the campaign on Dec. 1 Spalding, kicking off a stretch of five consecutive road games. Eureka will make a visit to North Park on Dec. 5 before backto-back contests against NCAA Division I opponents. A Dec. 13 visit to Texas-Pan American in Edinburg, Texas will represent Eureka’s longest road trip in nearly two decades. The Red Devils will follow that game with a trip to Southern Illinois-Edwardsville on Dec. 17. The Red Devils will host Concordia (Ill.) at the Reagan Center on Dec. 19 for the final non-conference game before SLIAC play resumes on Jan. 5 versus Webster. January and February features 14 games against SLIAC competition. The Red Devils’ final non-conference game of the season will come Feb. 13 when Lincoln Christian visits to the Reagan Center. The top four teams in the final regular season SLIAC standings will qualify for the league’s annual postseason tournament at the site of the regular season conference champion. The semifinal round will take place on Friday, Feb. 22, with the championship game being contested on Saturday, Feb. 23. The SLIAC Tournament champion will represent the league in the NCAA Division III Tournament in early March.

ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS Games Played Jordan Kindred Mark Lessen Jordan Fehr Jake Kuenzl Two players

85 77 49 27 26

Points Jordan Kindred Mark Lessen Dustin Fritsch Rian Nailor Niko Rivera

981 764 444 273 201

Rebounds Mark Lessen Jordan Kindred Dustin Fritsch Niko Rivera Rian Nailor

452 312 222 129 67

Assists Jordan Kindred Rian Nailor Niko Rivera Mark Lessen Dustin Fritsch

315 100 60 44 39

Steals Jordan Kindred Mark Lessen Dustin Fritsch Rian Nailor Niko Rivera

108 48 32 32 25

Blocked Shots Mark Lessen Jordan Kindred Dustin Fritsch Niko Rivera Rian Nailor

124 14 12 11 6

3-Point Field Goals Jordan Kindred Dustin Fritsch Rian Nailor Niko Rivera Jordan Fehr

116 52 39 33 25

Free Throws Jordan Kindred Mark Lessen Dustin Fritsch Rian Nailor Niko Rivera

205 158 58 42 20

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HEAD COACH CHIP WILDE The owner of more than two decades of coaching experience at the collegiate level, Chip Wilde will enter his sixth season as head coach of the Eureka College men’s basketball team in 2012-13. The upcoming campaign marks Wilde’s 15th season as a collegiate basketball head coach. Wilde has proved to be one of the most successful head coaches in the history of Eureka’s storied men’s basketball program. The Macomb, Ill. native has directed the Red Devils to an average of 11.4 wins in each of his first five seasons, the third-highest singleseason average among the 15 head coaches in the program’s history. He enters the campaign with 57 wins at Eureka, needing only one more victory to tie Dennis Dighton (1994-00) for fourth place on the program’s all-time coaching wins list. Wilde and Dighton trail only Eureka College Hall of Famers Dave Darnall (383), Leo “Doc Traister (168) and Ralph McKinzie (121) on the list. Wilde is one year removed from engineering the most dramatic turnaround in the history of St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men’s basketball. The Red Devils went 15-11 overall a year ago and 11-5 against SLIAC competition to tie for second place in the nineteam league. Eureka’s 11-win improvement overall (four to 15) proved to be the third-largest turnaround in Eureka men’s basketball history. Additionally, the Red Devils’ nine-win jump in SLIAC play (two to 11) was the greatest one-year improvement in the 22-year history of the conference. The successful campaign landed the Red Devils in the SLIAC Tournament for the second time in the last three seasons under Wilde. In all, the EC men’s basketball program has qualified for the league postseason three times since joining the SLIAC in 2006, the most appearances by any Eureka program affiliated with the conference.

Wilde has guided the Red Devils to two St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament appearances, including a berth in 2011-12 after a second-place league finish.

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HEAD COACH CHIP WILDE scoring and rebounding, while Lessen ranked first among SLIAC players in blocked shots and field goal percentage. Veteran guard Jordan Kindred returned from a major injury to lead the league in assists, as the Chrisman, Ill. native will enter his final collegiate season in 2012-13 with 315 assists for his career, sixth-most in the history of Eureka men’s basketball. As a team, Eureka led the nine-team SLIAC in rebounding, assists, blocked shots and 3-pointers made per game. Wilde became the third head coach since 1974 to lead Eureka to a conference tournament championship game when Eureka played for the SLIAC crown in 2010. During Eureka’s 2010 postseason run, Wilde directed the Red Devils to 17 victories, the most by a Eureka squad since the 2003-04 season. Eureka won 10 league games during the season for a third-place finish and posted a 20-point victory over MacMurray in the league tournament semifinals, the second SLIAC postseason victory in any sport in school history. Using Wilde’s innovative offensive style, seniors Michael Zasada and Kameron Bell became just the second set of teammates in the 91-year history of the program to each surpass 500 points in the same season when the duo hit the milestone during the 2009-10 campaign. Both players also recorded two of the top-10 single-season rebounding performances in program history, while Zasada closed his career with 863 boards for second place on the all-time Eureka list. Eureka has earned a total of nine postseason All-SLIAC selections in Wilde’s five seasons as head coach, including the 2010 SLIAC Player of the Year award for Zasada. The Red Devils have also placed three players on the SLIAC All-Tournament Team. Bell, who entered the program in 2008 as one of Wilde’s first junior college recruits, scored a single-game Eureka record 44 points in a victory at Rockford on Nov. 18, 2009. Wilde’s teams have also excelled in the classroom at Eureka. A total of 14 men’s basketball student-athletes have earned their degrees from Eureka College since Wilde arrived in 2007. Additionally, Wilde’s rosters have boasted four National Association of Basketball Coaches Academic Honors Court choices, four players SLIAC Winter All-Academic Team honorees and two Ronald Reagan Fellows. A tireless recruiter, Wilde regularly welcomes large recruiting classes featuring incoming freshmen and junior college transfers. Over the previous three offseasons, Wilde has successfully recruited a total of 24 student-athletes to the men’s basketball program. Prior to taking over the Eureka men’s basketball program in the summer of 2007, Wilde spent eight seasons as part of an NCAA Division I staff. He was the Coordinator of Basketball Operations at Rutgers in Piscataway, N.J. from 2004-06. Following that stint, he was an assistant coach at Eastern Michigan during the 200607 season. His other Division I stops include three seasons as an undergraduate assistant at Western Illinois and two seasons as an assistant coach at Central Michigan in Mount Pleasant, Mich.

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Wilde served as the men’s basketball head coach (1997-2003) and women’s basketball head coach (1994-97) at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Mich. In 2001, he led the Cardinals to the NCCAA Men’s National Tournament and was named NCCAA Regional Coach of the Year. Wilde also served as the university’s Director of Athletics from 1997-98. His career has also included a season as an assistant coach at Collin County Community College in Plano, Texas. While at Collin County, Wilde helped the Cougars finish the season ranked second nationally n the NJCAA. Wilde earned a B.S. in Physical Education from Western Illinois University in 1991 before earning his master’s degree from WIU in 1994. In addition to his men’s basketball duties, Wilde is an assistant professor in the Eureka College physical education department. Always involved in teaching the game, Wilde and his staff conduct an annual youth summer basketball camp at Eureka, as well as a Fall Hoops Festival for area youths in the month of November. Wilde resides in Normal with his wife Darby and 4-year-old daughter Zoey.

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ASSISTANT COACH AMOS ARBOGAST/ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF

AMOS ARBOGAST

RANDY HENKELS

ASSISTANT COACH

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER

SECOND SEASON • IOWA ‘06

13TH SEASON • ILLINOIS ‘80

Amos Arbogast will begin his second season as an assistant coach on the Eureka College men’s basketball coaching staff in 2012-13. Arbogast’s first season on the Eureka bench resulted in 15 victories and an appearance in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament during the 2011-12 campaign. A native of Ankeny, Iowa, Arbogast graduated from Ankeny High School in 2002. He was a three-sport student-athlete for the Hawks, participating in football, basketball and tennis. Arbogast helped the Hawks’ football squad to a semifinal appearance in the 4A state playoffs as a senior in 2001, the largest classification in the Iowa High School Athletic Assocation. He also played a role on the Hawks’ basketball squad that earned a fourth-place state finish during the 2001-02 season. Arbogast attended the University of Iowa, earning a B.A. in psychology in 2006. He began his basketball coaching career prior to the 2009-10 season as an assistant coach at Tri-Valley High School in Downs, Ill. In addition to his varsity duties that included an appearance in the IHSA 1A regional finals in 2011, Arbogast directed the Vikings’ freshman squad during the 2010-11 season. Arbogast married the former Colleen McGlaughlin in January 2010. The Morton, Ill. native was a four-year softball letterwinner at Division I Iowa from 2006 through 2009. She was a three-time All-Big Ten choice as a corner infielder and outfielder and was a two-time Academic All-American for the Hawkeyes.

Randy Henkels will enter his 13th season as head athletic trainer at Eureka College in 2012-13. Henkels graduated from Illinois in 1980 with a B.S. in physical education and later earned a master’s degree from Southwest Texas State University. Henkels is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Eureka College and is responsible for athletic training majors. He is also set to enter his eighth year as an assistant athletic director at Eureka. He previously served as an athletic trainer at Parkland College in Champaign, Ill., Healthsouth Clinic in Austin, Texas and LBJ High School in Austin, Texas. Henkels and his wife Sue have two children, Alexandra (23) and Kevin (19).

SARA EGGLESTON ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER THIRD SEASON • CULVER-STOCKTON ‘08 Sara Eggleston will enter her third season as the assistant athletic trainer at Eureka College in 2012. Eggleston has worked studentathletes from each of Eureka’s 18 varsity programs since being hired as Eureka’s first full-time assistant atheltic trainer in July 2010. The Memphis, Mo. native earned a B.S. in athletic training from Culver-Stockton in Canton, Mo. in May 2008. She later served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the softball and spirit teams at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa, earning a master of science degree in athletic training from UNI in July 2010. Additionally, Eggleston completed her second season as an assistant coach for the Eureka softball program in 2012.

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JORDAN FEHR SENIOR • GUARD • 5-10 • 160 ROANOKE, Ill. • ROANOKE-BENSON H.S. Junior (2011-12): Appeared in 22 games off the bench ... Totaled 22 points, 13 rebounds, 13 assists and five steals ... Picked up two steals at Eastern Illinois on Nov. 23 ... Recorded seasonbests with five points, three rebounds and 16 minutes played at Central on Nov. 26 ... His two assists against Westminster on Jan. 7 were a season-high.

15 CAREER-HIGHS Points 13 vs. Blackburn Feb. 16, 2011 Rebounds 6 vs. Fontbonne Feb. 5, 2011 Assists 4 vs. Lincoln Christian Jan. 20, 2011 Steals 3 at Fontbonne Jan. 4, 2011

Sophomore (2010-11): Played in 23 games, starting four times ... Finished the season with averages of 3.7 points and 1.2 rebounds ... Made his first career start and played a career-high 31 minutes against Lincoln Christian on Jan. 20 ... Gathered a personalbest six rebounds versus Fontbonne on Feb. 5 ... Scored a career-high 13 points and went 3-for-3 from 3-point range in a home win over Blackburn on Feb. 16. Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in four games ... Made his debut at Eastern Illinois on Nov. 21 ... Grabbed his first career rebound against Knox on Dec. 15. Roanoke-Benson High School: A three-year starter for the Rockets, Jordan averaged eight points, four rebounds and four assists per game ... A state finalist in the IHSA three-point shootout as a junior. Personal: The son of Jon and Jill Fehr, Jordan was born July 19, 1991 in Roanoke, Ill. ... Jordan’s mother, Jill, is the Bookstore Manager at Eureka College ... Majoring in criminal justice.

Blocked Shots 0

Minutes 31 vs. Lincoln Christian Jan. 20, 2011

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Total

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GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. 4-0 8-2.0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 23-4 375-16.3 29-74 .392 21-55 .382 22-0 174-7.9 8-20 .400 4-14 .286 49-4 557-11.4 37-95 .398 25-70 .357

FT-FTA 0-0 7-12 2-4 9-16

PCT. OREB DREB .000 0 1 .583 4 24 .500 5 8 .563 9 33

TOT 1 28 13 42

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 0 0 0 0 0.0 20 0 12 86 3.7 13 0 6 22 1.0 33 0 18 108 2.2

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JORDAN KINDRED SENIOR • GUARD • 6-0 • 180 CHRISMAN, Ill. • CHRISMAN H.S. HONORS & AWARDS • 2011-12 All-SLIAC Honorable Mention • SLIAC Player of the Week (Jan. 20, 2009; Jan. 30, 2012) Career Notes: Ranks sixth all-time at Eureka with 315 career assists ... The active Eureka leader in games played (85), games started (82), points (981), assists (315), steals (108) and minutes played (2,712). Redshirt Junior (2011-12): Played in all 26 games, starting 25 times ... Received All-SLIAC Honorable Mention ... Led the SLIAC and ranked 31st in Division III with 5.2 assists per game ... Also averaged 12.2 points and 3.5 rebounds per game ... Ranked tied for ninth in Eureka single-season history with 135 assists ... Gathered a season-best nine rebounds versus Robert Morris-Springfield on Dec. 14 ... Scored a career-high 40 points at Greenville on Jan. 28 ... Named SLIAC Player of the Week on Jan. 30 ... Distributed a career-high 10 assists against Fontbonne on Feb. 11.

10 CAREER-HIGHS Points 40 at Greenville Jan. 28, 2012

Junior (2010-11): Started the first seven games before receiving a medical hardship from the NCAA ... Averaged 19.6 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game ... Poured in a season-high 32 points against Principia on Nov. 30 ... Matched a career-high with 45 minutes played in a win at Concordia (Ill.) on Dec. 8. Sophomore (2009-10): Started 26 games and appeared off the bench one time ... Averaged 11.7 points and 3.6 rebounds per game ... His 3.5 assists per game ranked sixth in the SLIAC ... Played a career-high 45 minutes in an overtime game against MacMurray on Jan. 27 ... Grabbed a career-best 10 rebounds and added 15 points for his first career double-double on Feb. 6 against Webster ... Dished out a career-high nine assists at Spalding on Feb. 13 ... Scored a season-high 27 points in Eureka’s SLIAC Tournament win over MacMurray on Feb. 25.

Rebounds 10 vs. Webster Feb. 6, 2010 Assists 10 vs. Fontbonne Feb. 11, 2012 Steals 6 at Lincoln Christian Feb. 19, 2009 Blocked Shots 1 (14x), last vs. Westminster Feb. 23, 2012 Minutes 45 (2x), last at Concordia (Ill.) Dec. 8, 2010

Freshman (2008-09): Appeared in all 25 games, making 24 starts ... Scored five points in 29 minutes as a starter in his collegiate debut at Western Illinois on Nov. 19 ... Led the Red Devils with 70 assists and finished 10th in the SLIAC with 2.8 assists per game ... Pulled down nine rebounds in a win at Concordia (Ill.) on Nov. 29 ... Scored a season-high 20 points on 8-for-11 shooting in a win at Webster on Jan. 17 ... Named SLIAC Player of the Week on Jan. 20. Chrisman High School: Finished his career with 1,467 points despite missing his freshman season with a knee injury... Scored 704 points for the Cardinals during his senior season for an average of 24.3 points per game ... An Illinois Basketball Coaches Association First Team choice in 1A ... Named Vermilion Valley Conference most valuable player ... An honor student with a 3.6 grade point average. Personal: The son of Craig and Missy Kindred, Jordan was born Sept. 19, 1989 in Danville, Ill. ... Previously a wide receiver on the Eureka football team in 2012, earning All-UMAC Second Team honors ... Jordan’s grandfather, Roger Beals, is a member of the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame ... Majoring in business.

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 (RS) 2011-12 Total

GP-GS 25-24 27-26 7-7 26-25 85-82

MIN-AVG 746-29.8 910-33.7 239-34.1 817-31.4 2712-31.9

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PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. .424 24-81 .296 .434 45-122 .369 .422 9-35 .257 .392 38-124 .306 .416 116-362 .320

FT-FTA PCT. OREB DREB 42-56 .750 15 75 56-80 .700 18 80 36-45 .800 13 20 71-94 .755 26 65 205-275 .745 72 240

TOT 90 98 33 91 312

ASST BLK STL 70 2 30 95 5 31 15 2 5 135 5 42 315 14 108

PTS PTS/G 210 8.4 317 11.7 137 19.6 317 12.2 981 11.5

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MARK LESSEN SENIOR • CENTER • 6-7 • 220 DELAVAN, Ill. • DELAVAN H.S. HONORS & AWARDS • • • •

55 CAREER-HIGHS Points 34 at Blackburn Jan. 18, 2012 Rebounds 18 at Blackburn Jan. 18, 2012 Assists 3 (3x), last vs. Blackburn Feb. 16, 2011 Steals 3 (2x), last at Principia Jan. 21, 2012 Blocked Shots 5 (2x), last vs. Fontbonne Feb. 11, 2012 Minutes 37 (3x), last at Webster Feb. 4, 2012

2011-12 All-SLIAC First Team 2011-12 SLIAC All-Defensive Team D3Hoops.com Team of the Week (Jan. 23, 2012) SLIAC Player of the Week (Jan. 23, 2012; Feb. 13, 2012)

Junior (2011-12): Started all 26 games ... Named to the All-SLIAC First Team ... Led the SLIAC with a .607 field goal percentage and 2.15 blocked shots per game ... Also averaged 14.8 points and 8.3 rebounds per game ... His 56 blocked shots were a single-season school record ... Named SLIAC Player of the Week twice (Jan. 23, Feb. 13) ... Set a career-high with 37 minutes at Rockford on Nov. 19 ... Blocked a personal-best five shots at Eastern Illinois on Nov. 23 and again versus Fontbonne on Feb. 11 ... Picked up a career-best three steals versus Webster on Jan. 10 ... Set new career-highs with 34 points and 18 rebounds at Blackburn on Jan. 18 ... Selected for the D3Hoops. com Team of the Week on Jan. 23. Sophomore (2010-11): Played in 24 games, making 23 starts ... Averaged 10.9 points, 6.8 rebounds and 1.7 blocked shots per appearance ... His 41 blocked shots led the SLIAC, his rebounding average of 6.8 ranked second and his .589 field goal percentage ranked fourth... Recorded three double-doubles ... Had 15 games with two or more blocks ... Played a career-high 35 minutes against Rose-Hulman on Nov. 23 ... Blocked four shots in a win over Fontbonne on Feb. 5, a career-best ... Scored a season-high 23 points and matched a career-best with three assists in a home win over Blackburn on Feb. 16 ... Pulled down a personal-best 13 rebounds in the season finale at MacMurray on Feb. 22. Freshman (2009-10): The only Eureka freshman to appear in all 27 games ... Averaged 4.4 points and 2.7 rebounds per game ... His field goal percentage of .630 (51-for-81) led the Red Devils ... Earned his first of 12 starts against Concordia (Ill.) on Nov. 28 ... Scored in double-figures in two of the last five games, including a career-high 19-point effort against Lincoln Christian on Feb. 17 ... Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in a win at MacMurray on Dec. 2 ... Played a career-high 26 minutes and scored 14 points on 5-for-6 shooting in Eureka’s SLIAC Tournament win over MacMurray on Feb. 25 ... Had seven multi-block games. Delavan High School: Averaged 15 points and eight rebounds per game ... Helped the Panthers to a Tomahawk Conference championship as a senior and a regional championship as a junior ... Named First Team All-Tomahawk Conference. Personal: The son of Karen and Richard Lessen, Mark was born July 22, 1990 ... Majoring in business.

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GP-GS 27-12 24-23 26-26 77-61

MIN-AVG 371-13.7 622-25.9 749-28.8 1742-22.6

FG-FGA 51-81 96-163 156-257 303-501

PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. .630 0-0 .000 .589 0-0 .000 .607 0-1 .000 .605 0-1 .000

FT-FTA PCT. OREB DREB 16-36 .444 27 46 69-97 .711 48 116 73-103 .709 86 129 158-236 .669 161 291

TOT 73 164 215 452

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 7 27 2 118 4.4 19 41 13 261 10.9 18 56 33 385 14.8 44 124 48 764 9.9

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DUSTIN FRITSCH SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-6 • 190 STERLING, Ill. • STERLING H.S./SAUK VALLEY HONORS & AWARDS • 2011-12 All-SLIAC First Team • SLIAC Player of the Week (Nov. 21, 2011; Dec. 19, 2011) • 2012 SLIAC All-Tournament Team

14 CAREER-HIGHS Points 31 vs. Greenville Nov. 30, 2011 Rebounds 13 at MacMurray Feb. 21, 2012 Assists 4 (2x), last at Principia Jan. 21, 2012 Steals 6 at Lincoln Christian Dec. 7, 2011 Blocked Shots 2 (3x), last vs. Webster Jan. 10, 2012 Minutes 39 at Webster Feb. 4, 2012

2011-12 Total

Junior (2011-12): Started all 26 games ... Named to the All-SLIAC First Team ... Led the SLIAC with 17.1 points and 8.5 rebounds per contest ... Also led the Red Devils with 833 minutes played and 52 3-pointers ... Named SLIAC Player of the Week on Nov. 21 and again on Dec. 19 ... Made his Eureka debut against North Park on Nov. 15 ... Set or matched personal-bests with 31 points and two blocks in a SLIAC victory over Greenville on Nov. 30 ... His six steals at Lincoln Christian on Dec. 7 were a career-best ... Dished out a career-high four assists versus Robert Morris-Springfield on Dec. 14 and again at Principia on Jan. 21 ... Played a career-high 39 minutes in an overtime win at Webster on Feb. 4 ... Pulled down a personal-best 13 rebounds at MacMurray on Feb. 21. Sophomore (2010-11): Played in 31 games as a returning sophomore at Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... Led the Skyhawks with 13.3 points per game and added 6.6 rebounds per contest ... Recorded 40 assists, 39 steals and 13 blocked shots. Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in 29 games as a true freshman at Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... Averaged 10.5 points and 7.6 rebounds per game. Sterling High School: Received First Team All-Northern Big Twelve Conference honors ... Led the Golden Warriors to back-to-back league titles in his final two seasons ... Also helped Sterling to IHSA 3A regional and sectional championships as a junior in 2008. Personal: The son of Kim Burmeister and Robert Fritsch, Dustin was born March 9, 1991 in Fairfield, Calif. ... Has five siblings ... Junior college teammate of current Red Devils Connor Lincoln, Chuck Misuraca, Rian Nailor and Niko Rivera ... Majoring in physical education.

GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. 26-26 833-32.0 167-327 .511 52-143 .364 26-26 833-32.0 167-327 .511 52-143 .364

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PCT. OREB DREB .753 83 139 .753 83 139

TOT 222 222

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 39 12 32 444 17.1 39 12 32 444 17.1

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RIAN NAILOR SENIOR • GUARD • 6-3 • 190 ROCK ISLAND, Ill. • ROCK ISLAND H.S./SAUK VALLEY Junior (2011-12): Started all 26 games as Eureka’s point guard ... Averaged 10.5 points, 3.8 assists and 2.6 rebounds per game ... Led the Red Devils with a 1.8 assist-to-turnover ratio ... Made his Eureka debut against North Park on Nov. 15 ... Played a career-high 39 minutes in an overtime game at Rockford on Nov. 19 ... Logged career-highs with 23 points and seven rebounds against Greenville on Nov. 30 ... Compiled a career-high nine assists versus Webster on Jan. 10 and again versus Lincoln Christian on Feb. 8.

1 CAREER-HIGHS Points 23 vs. Greenville Nov. 30, 2011 Rebounds 7 vs. Greenville Nov. 30, 2011 Assists 9 (2x), last vs. Lincoln Christian Feb. 8, 2012 Steals 4 (2x), last at Principia Dec. 3, 2011 Blocked Shots 1 (6x), last at Westminster Feb. 18, 2012

Sophomore (2009-10): Played in 30 games as a returning sophomore at Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... Recorded 7.2 points, 2.9 rebounds and a team-best 4.6 asissts per game. Freshman (2008-09): Appeared in 27 games as a true freshman at Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... Finished the season with averages of 3.2 points, 1.1 rebounds and 1.6 asissts per contest. Rock Falls High School: Named All-NCIC First Team, All-Area First Team and 3A AllState Honorable Mention as a senior in 2008 ... Also received all-conference and all-area honors as a junior ... Led the Rockets to IHSA 3A supersectional appearances in his final two seasons. Personal: The son of Doug and Chrissy Leaf, Rian was born July 1, 1989 in Sterling, Ill. ... Has six siblings ... Junior college teammate of current Red Devils Dustin Fritsch, Chuck Misuraca and Niko Rivera ... Majoring in exercise science.

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GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. 26-26 830-31.9 96-253 .379 39-121 .322 26-26 830-31.9 96-253 .379 39-121 .322

FT-FTA 42-65 42-65

PCT. OREB DREB .646 7 60 .646 7 60

TOT 67 67

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 100 6 32 273 10.5 100 6 32 273 10.5

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NIKO RIVERA SENIOR • GUARD • 6-3 • 175 STERLING, Ill. • STERLING H.S./SAUK VALLEY

3 CAREER-HIGHS Points 18 vs. Westminster Jan. 7, 2012 Rebounds 10 at Fontbonne Jan. 14, 2012 Assists 6 at Principia Jan. 21, 2012 Steals 3 (4x), last vs. Blackburn Feb. 1, 2012 Blocked Shots 2 (3x), last vs. Lincoln Christian Feb. 8, 2012

Junior (2011-12): Played in 25 games, making 24 starts ... Finished the season with averages of 8.0 points and 5.2 rebounds per game ... Shot a team-best 83 percent (20-for-24) from the free throw line ... Made his Eureka debut against North Park on Nov. 15 ... Played 38 minutes and dished out five assists at Central on Nov. 26 ... Picked up a career-best three steals on four different occasions ... Set a career-best with 18 points in a win over Westminster on Jan. 7 ... Scored 13 points and grabbed a careerhigh 10 rebounds at Fontbonne on Jan. 14 for his first career double-double ... Recorded a career-high six assists at Principia on Jan. 21. Sophomore (2010-11) Played in 28 games as a returning sophomore for Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... Recorded averages of 11.1 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game. Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in 28 games as a true freshman at Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... Averaged 3.8 points and 1.6 rebounds per game. Sterling High School: Led the Golden Warriors to back-to-back league titles in his final two seasons ... Also helped Sterling to IHSA 3A regional and sectional championships as a junior in 2008. Personal: The son of Roger and Cilvia, Niko was born Jan. 22, 1991 in Sterling, Ill. ... Has three siblings, Nikole (21), Marcos (20) and Alejandro (18) ... Junior college teammate of current Red Devils Dustin Fritsch, Connor Lincoln, Chuck Misuraca and Rian Nailor ... Majoring in criminal justice.

Minutes 38 at Central Nov. 26, 2011

2011-12 Total

GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. 25-24 705-28.2 74-192 .385 33-118 .280 25-24 705-28.2 74-192 .385 33-118 .280

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PCT. OREB DREB .833 28 101 .833 28 101

TOT 129 129

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 60 11 25 201 8.0 60 11 25 201 8.0

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33 • CHUCK MISURACA

00 • D.T. THORNTON

SENIOR • GUARD • 6-0 • 190

SENIOR • CENTER • 6-4 • 325

WINNEBAGO, Ill. • WINNEBAGO H.S./MISSOURI VALLEY

NORMAL, Ill. • NORMAL WEST H.S./CARL SANDBURG

Junior (2011-12): Appeared in 15 games off the bench after joining the Red Devils at semester break ... Compiled averages of 3.4 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game ... Made his Eureka debut against Westminster on Jan. 7 ... Grabbed a careerbest five rebounds on three occasions ... Scored a career-high 11 points against Blackburn on Feb. 1 ... Recorded a personal-best with five assists against Lincoln Christian on Feb. 8 ... Wore jersey number 12 ... Appeared in nine games for NAIA Missouri Valley in Marshall, Mo. prior to joining the Red Devils in December.

Junior (2011-12): Came off the bench nine times, finishing the campaign with averages of 5.9 points and 4.1 rebounds per game ... Shot 57 percent (24-for-42) from the field ... Made his Eureka debut against North Park on Nov. 15 ... Scored a career-high 15 points in only 14 minutes against Principia on Dec. 3 ... Collected a personal-best eight rebounds at Lincoln Christian on Dec. 7.

Sophomore (2010-11): Appeared in 31 games as a returning sophomore for Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... Led the Skyhawks with 6.6 assists per game ... Added 4.0 points and 1.6 rebounds per contest. Freshman (2009-10): Played in 23 games as a true freshman for Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... His 65 assists ranked second on the team ... Also averaged 2.2 points and 1.5 rebounds per game. Winnebago High School: Served as the team captain, leading the Indians to an undefeated regular season and the IHSA 2A Final Four as a senior in 2009 ... Received All-Big Northern Conference honors.

Sophomore (2010-11): Played in 29 games as a returning sophomore at Carl Sandburg College in Galesburg, Ill. ... Averaged a team-high 10.6 points per game, adding 7.0 rebounds per game. Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in 26 games as a true freshman at Carl Sandburg College in Galesburg, Ill. ... Finished the campaign with 11.8 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. Personal: The son of Shannees Hines, D.T. was born May 3, 1991 in Bloomington, Ill. ... Has two siblings, Donye (23) and Justice (16) ... Majoring in physical education ... Also an offensive lineman on the Eureka football team since 2011.

Personal: The son of Chuck and Patty, Chuck was born May 23, 1991 in Rockford, Ill. ... Has two siblings, Anthony and Jonna ... Junior college teammate of current Red Devils Dustin Fritsch, Connor Lincoln, Rian Nailor and Niko Rivera ... Majoring in business.

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21 • JAKE KUENZL

4 • BRAD LAWSON

JUNIOR • GUARD • 5-11 • 175

JUNIOR • GUARD • 6-3 • 195

FAIRVIEW, Ill. • SPOON RIVER VALLEY H.S.

HOOPESTON, Ill. • HOOPESTON AREA H.S.

Sophomore (2010-11): Played in 23 games, including three starting assignments ... Averaged 4.1 points and 1.6 rebounds per contest ... Added 22 3-pointers, 20 assists and 11 steals ... Knocked down five 3-pointers for a career-high 15 points against Westminster on Jan. 8 ... Played a career-high 34 minutes versus Webster on Jan. 29 ... Went 9-for-10 from free throw line in a victory over Fontbonne on Feb. 5 ... Made his first career start and matched a personal-best with four rebounds against Blackburn on Feb. 16. Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in four games off the bench, making his collegiate debut at Eastern Illinois on Nov. 21 ... Recorded an offensive rebound and his first career assist in a win over Principia on Jan. 23. Spoon River Valley High School: A three-year starter for the North Fulton co-op ... Averaged 15 points and four assists per game as a senior ... A First Team All-Prairieland Conference choice. Personal: The son of Suella and Andy Kuenzl, Jake was born July 21, 1991 in Canton, Ill. ... Majoring in physical education.

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Sophomore (2011-12): Appeared in five games as a reserve ... Dished out an assist versus Principia on Dec. 3 ... Also collected rebounds in victories over Principia and Blackburn. Freshman (2010-11): Made seven appearances off the bench ... Scored seven points, adding five rebounds and a steal ... Played five minutes in his collegiate debut at Minnesota State on Nov. 27 ... Scored his first career points at Lincoln Christian on Feb. 9 ... His three points at Westminster on Feb. 19 were a career-best. Hoopeston Area High School: Played for Eureka College Hall of Famer and all-time Eureka assist leader Kevin Root ... A two-time Vermillion Valley All-Conference selection ... A member of the Vermillion County All-Tournament Team ... Named All-Area Special Mention by The News-Gazette in Champaign, Ill. ... Earned a spot on the All-Watseka Classic Tournament Team ... Eclipsed the 1,000-point mark for the Cornjerkers. Personal: The son of Randy and Lindy Lawson, Brad was born March 20, 1992 in Danville, Ill. ... Has a younger brother, Daniel (17) ... The class valedictorian and a member of the National Honor Society ... Majoring in business administration.

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22 • TREVOR TEAL

44 • BRETT CRITE

JUNIOR • GUARD • 5-10 • 160

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 6-3 • 200

DELAVAN, Ill. • DELAVAN H.S.

GRANVILLE, Ill. • PUTNAM COUNTY H.S.

Sophomore (2011-12): Played in five games off the bench ... Grabbed two rebounds and recorded his first career blocked shot at Principia on Jan. 21 ... Made a 3-pointer in Eureka’s SLIAC Tournament game against Westminster on Feb. 23 ... Named to the SLIAC Winter All-Academic Team. Freshman (2010-11): Appeared in 17 games in the Eureka backcourt, starting for the first time and playing a career-high 24 minutes in the season finale at MacMurray on Feb. 22 ... Scored 1.9 points and collected 1.3 rebounds on average ... Played three minutes in his collegiate debut at Minnesota State on Nov. 27 ... Set or matched career-highs with six points and four rebounds against Greenville on Feb. 14 ... Wore jersey number 54.

Freshman (2011-12): Appeared in 10 games off the bench ... Made his collegiate debut against Western Illinois on Dec. 27 ... Made his first career basket at Spalding on Jan. 4 ... Grabbed a career-high three rebounds versus MacMurray on Jan. 25. Putnam County High School: Named to the All-Tri-County Conference Team ... Received All-Area honors from the LaSalle News Tribute ... Led the Panthers to an IHSA 1A regional title in 2009 ... Received All-Tournament honors at Wethersfield and the Tri-County Conference. ... High school teammate of current Red Devil Tyler Masching. Personal: The son of Stephanie Brady-Crite, Brett was born June 11, 1993 in Peoria, Ill. ... Has one sibling, Erica (25) ... Majoring in graphic arts.

5• KALEB GARBER SOPHOMORE • GUARD • 6-1 • 190

Delavan High School: Earned all-conference honorable mention honors from the Tomahawk Conference and the Inter-County Athletic Conference ... Helped the Panthers to 24 wins ... Earned a spot on the All-Williamsville Tournament Team and the All-Athens Tournament Team. Personal: The son of Rod and Shari Teal, Trevor was born April 12, 1992 in Pekin, Ill. ... Has three siblings, Kylie (22), Teagan (14) and Megan (12) ... Also a member of the Eureka baseball team since the 2011 season.

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MINONK, Ill. • FIELDCREST H.S. Freshman (2011-12): Made his collegiate debut at Principia on Jan. 21. Fieldcrest High School: A part of the Heart of Illinois Conference All-Star Team as a senior ... Led the Knights in field goal percentage and rebounding ... Led Fieldcrest to an IHSA 2A regional crown as junior in 2010. Personal: The son of Jay and Lisa Junker and Larry and Lisa Garber, Kaleb was born July 29, 1992 in Peoria, Ill. ... Has three siblings, Kayeli (18), Jordan (17) and Sam (9) ... Majoring in accounting.

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12 • CONNOR LINCOLN

40 • JOSH HACK

JUNIOR • GUARD • 6-3 • 200

FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 6-3 • 205

POLO, Ill. • POLO H.S./SAUK VALLEY

WASHINGTON, Ill. • WASHINGTON H.S.

Sophomore (2011-12): Made 32 appearances as a returning sophomore for Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... Compiled averages of 5.7 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists per contest.

Washington High School: Helped the Panthers to a pair of IHSA 3A regional championships.

Freshman (2010-11): Played in 25 games as a true freshman for Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill. ... Averaged 3.7 points and 1.4 rebounds per game for the Skyhawks. Polo High School: Named to All-Northwest Upstate Illini Conference First Team and received All-Area honors from Sauk Valley Newspapers as a senior in 2010 ... Led the Marcos to 27 wins, a conference title and an IHSA 1A regional crown as a junior in 2009 ... Also played football, helping the Marcos advance to the IHSA 1A quarterfinals as a senior in 2009. Personal: The son of Rick & Deb Lincoln, Connor was born Feb. 5, 1992 in Sterling, Ill. ... Has an older sister, Mackenzie (22) ... Junior college teammate of Dustin Fritsch, Chuck Misuraca and Niko Rivera ... Majoring in communication.

2 • TONY DUNLAP SOPHOMORE • GUARD • 6-1 • 175 LANARK, Ill. • EASTLAND H.S. Lanark High School: An Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-State First Team choice as a senior in 2010 ... Selected as the Player of the Year in 2010 by Village Voices and The Journal Standard ... Named to the All-Area First Team by The Sterling Gazette ... Led the Cougars to three IHSA regional titles, two sectional crowns and a 1A Final Four berth in 2010 ... Holds the Northern Illinois University Convocation Center single-game record with nine 3-point baskets made ... Scored 1,600 points.

Personal: The son of Roger & Michele, Josh was born Aug. 9, 1993 in Peoria, Ill. ... Has two siblings, Brooke (25) and Andrew (21) ... Majoring in physical education.

24 • MIKE SAIN FRESHMAN • GUARD • 5-10 • 150 COLUMBUS, OHIO • REYONDSBURG H.S. Reynoldsburg High School: A varsity letterwinner ... Helped the VCC Bearcats to a charter school state championship. Personal: The son of Michael & Lisa, Mike was born Oct. 1, 1993 in Joliet, Ill. ... Mike’s father, Michael, is a Eureka College Hall of Famer, ranks second all-time in Eureka men’s basketball history with 1,668 points and fourth with 367 assists ... Majoring in business administration.

34 • JAKE STEPHENS FRESHMAN • GUARD • 5-8 • 160 WEST PEORIA, Ill. • MANUAL H.S. Personal: The son of John and Kim, Jake was born July 25, 1994 in Peoria, Ill. ... A three-time All-Mid-State Conference selection in baseball.

Personal: The son of Tony & Colleen, Tony was born Sept. 3, 1991 in Pittsfield, Ill. ... Has a younger brother, Brad (19) ... Majoring in elementary education ... Previously attended Highland Community College in Freeport, Ill.

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D.T. THORNTON

RIAN NAILOR

TONY DUNLAP

NIKO RIVERA

BRAD LAWSON

KALEB GARBER

Sr. • Center Normal, Ill.

Sr. • Guard Rock Falls, Ill.

So. • Guard Lanark, Ill.

Sr. • Guard Sterling, Ill.

Jr. • Guard/Forward Hoopeston, Ill.

So. • Guard Minonk, Ill.

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JORDAN KINDRED

CONNOR LINCOLN

DUSTIN FRITSCH

JORDAN FEHR

JAKE KUENZL

Sr. • Guard Chrisman, Ill.

Jr. • Guard Polo, Ill.

Sr. • Forward Sterling, Ill.

Sr. • Guard Roanoke, Ill.

Jr. • Guard Fairview, Ill.

TREVOR TEAL

MIKE SAIN

CHUCK MISURACA

JAKE STEPHENS

JOSH HACK

Jr. • Guard Delavan, Ill.

Fr. • Guard Columbus, Ohio

Sr. • Guard Winnebago, Ill.

Fr. • Guard West Peoria, Ill.

Fr. • Forward Washington, Ill.

BRETT CRITE

MARK LESSEN

CHIP WILDE

AMOS ARBOGAST

So. • Forward Granville, Ill.

Sr. • Center Delavan, Ill.

Head Coach Sixth season

Assistant Coach Second season

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2011-12 POSTSEASON NOTEBOOK 2011-12 SEASON SUMMARY Overall Record: 15-11 SLIAC Record: 11-5 (T-2nd of 9)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Chip Wilde (Western Illinois ‘91) at Eureka: 57-71 (.445) Assistant Coach: Amos Arbogast (Iowa’06) Assistant Coach: Josh Young (Penn State ‘06)

SUPPORT STAFF Director of Athletics: Paul Bryant Head Athletic Trainer: Randy Henkels Assistant Athletic Trainer: Sara Eggleston Sports Info. Director: Bryan Moore Administrative Assistant: Kim Holdenrid

ALL-SLIAC Dustin Fritsch (First Team) Mark Lessen (First Team) Jordan Kindred (Honorable Mention)

SLIAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Dustin Fritsch

D3HOOPS.COM TEAM OF THE WEEK Mark Lessen (1/23/12)

SLIAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Dustin Fritsch (11/21/11; 12/19/11) Mark Lessen (1/23/12; 2/13/12) Jordan Kindred (1/30/12)

MAKING SLIAC HISTORY Eureka went 15-11 overall during the 2011-12 season and 11-5 against SLIAC competition to tie for second place in the nine-team league. The Red Devils’ 11-win improvement overall (four to 15) proved to be the third-largest turnaround in Eureka men’s basketball history. Additionally, the Red Devils’ nine-win jump in SLIAC play (two to 11) was the greatest one-year improvement in the 22-year history of the conference.

BACK TO THE TOURNAMENT Eureka’s 11 victories over SLIAC opponents secured the #3 seed in the 2012 SLIAC Tournament hosted by Webster in St. Louis, Mo. The appearance marked the Red Devils’ third trip to the SLIAC Tournament, the most berths for any Eureka program since joining the league in 2006. Eureka’s run in the tournament ended with a 74-60 loss to eventual champion Westminster in the semifinal round.

ALL-SLIAC PERFORMERS For the first time in six seasons as a member of the league, the Red Devils placed two players on the All-SLIAC First Team. Juniors Dustin Fritsch and Mark Lessen each received First Team honors.

The duo was joined on the All-SLIAC Team by fourth-year junior Jordan Kindred, who received Honorable Mention after leading the league with 135 assists. Eureka went on to earn five SLIAC Player of the Week awards, two apiece from Fritsch and Lessen, and one from Kindred.

WHO ARE THE NEW GUYS? Fifth-year head coach Chip Wilde welcomed his largest recruiting class to date for the 2011-12 season, as 11 new players joined the program. Among the newcomers were four junior college transfers that scored at least 5.0 points per game, including the trio of Dustin Fritsch, Rian Nailor and Niko Rivera.

TAKING DIVISION I CHALLENGES For the second time in the previous three seasons, Eureka squared off against NCAA Division I opposition. The Red Devils dropped an 87-56 decision at Eastern Illinois on Nov. 23 before falling at Western Illinois, 73-52, on Dec. 27. The two games marked the first time Eureka had played two Division I opponents in the same season.

SLIAC ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM Rian Nailor

SLIAC ALL-ACADEMIC Nolan Gibson Trevor Teal

Juniors Dustin Fritsch (left) and Mark Lessen were each named to the All-SLIAC First Team, the first set of Eureka teammates to earn the honor in the same year.

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2011-12 POSTSEASON NOTEBOOK NATIONAL RECOGNITION

DOMINATING THE PAINT

KINDRED’S BIG DAY AT GREENVILLE

Following a 34-point, 18-rebound effort at Blackburn on Jan. 18, junior center Mark Lessen was named to the D3Hoops. com Team of the Week on Jan. 23. The national website recognizes the top performance from each of the five positions for the previous week.

Junior Mark Lessen provided a steady interior presence for the Red Devils in 2011-12. The third-year center from Delavan, Ill. led the SLIAC and set a new single-season program record with 56 blocked shots.

Needing a victory to keep pace in a crowded chase for a SLIAC Tournament berth in mid-January, Eureka got one of its best individual performances in program history.

Lessen joined former teammate Kameron Bell (2008-10) as Red Devils to earn the national award.

FROM DOWNTOWN... Eureka proved to be especially dangerous from 3-point range during the 2011-12 season, knocking down 224 3-pointers to lead the SLIAC. The total also ranked second in singleseason program history, trailing only the 1993-94 national championship squad’s total of 317. Dustin Fritsch (52), Rian Nailor (39) and Jordan Kindred (38) each ranked among the top-10 in the SLIAC in 3-pointers made.

Additionally, Lessen’s .607 field goal percentage led the league and ranked sixth in single-season program history. He also ranked second in the SLIAC with 215 total rebounds and helped the Red Devils compile 1,028 total rebounds, the thirdhighest single-season total in program history.

Jordan Kindred poured in 40 points to lead the Red Devils to a 101-97 victory at Greenville on Jan. 28. The performance marked just the fourth 40-point game in Eureka men’s basketball history, and the first since Kindred’s former teammate Kameron Bell scored 44 points in a victory at Rockford on Nov. 18, 2009.

EXCELLING IN THE CLASSROOM SHARING THE WEALTH Eureka finished the regular season with 463 assists, fifth-most in program history and the highed total since the 1993-94 national championship season. The Red Devils’ average of 17.8 helpers per game tied for the SLIAC lead. Additionally, junior guard Jordan Kindred compiled a SLIAC-best 135 assists, 10thmost in single-season Eureka history. His career total at the end of the campaign was 315, launching him to sixth place on Eureka’s all-time list.

Eureka sophomores Nolan Gibson and Trevor Teal represented the Red Devils on the SLIAC Winter All-Academic Team in 2011-12. Recipients must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative grade point average, be at least a sophomore in academic standing and have at least one full year at current institution.

Junior guards Jordan Kindred (left), Rian Nailor (middle) and Niko Rivera (right) combined to start 75 games and each ranked among the SLIAC leaders in at least one statistical category.

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2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Date Nov. 15 Nov. 19 Nov. 23 Nov. 26 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 15 Dec. 27 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 10 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 21

Opponent North Park at Rockford at Eastern Illinois at Central Greenville Principia at Lincoln Christian RMU-Springfield at Rose-Hulman at Western Illinois at Spalding Westminster Webster at Fontbonne Spalding at Blackburn at Principia MacMurray at Greenville Blackburn at Webster Lincoln Christian Fontbonne at Westminster *at MacMurray

Feb. 23 vs. #2 Westminster

W/L Score Overall SLIAC W 81-76 1-0 --L 94-99 (OT) 1-1 --L 56-87 1-2 --L 56-59 1-3 --W 101-90 (OT) 2-3 1-0 W 85-57 3-3 2-0 W 78-73 4-3 --W 96-90 5-3 --L 70-92 5-4 --L 52-73 5-5 --L 64-70 5-6 2-1 W 87-77 6-6 3-1 L 83-99 6-7 3-2 W 87-74 7-7 4-2 W 63-61 8-7 5-2 W 84-62 9-7 6-2 W 88-55 10-7 7-2 L 60-64 10-8 7-3 W 101-97 11-8 8-3 W 88-59 12-8 9-3 W 83-80 (OT) 13-8 10-3 W 99-70 14-8 --W 86-71 15-8 11-3 L 74-76 15-9 11-4 L 62-76 15-10 11-5

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Hi Points Hi Rebounds Fritsch (21) Fritsch (10) Lessen (27) Lessen/Rivera (8) Fritsch/Rivera (11) Lessen (11) Fritsch (20) Fritsch (8) Fritsch (31) Fritsch (10) Thornton (15) Lessen (11) Nailor (18) Fritsch (9) Lessen (26) Lessen (13) Fritsch (23) Fritsch (12) Fritsch/Nailor (11) Fritsch (11) Kindred (23) Lessen (10) Nailor/Rivera (18) Rivera (9) Lessen (21) Fritsch/Rivera (7) Fritsch (27) Lessen (13) Lessen (24) Lessen (11) Lessen (34) Lessen (18) Lessen (22) Lessen (9) Fritsch/Kindred (12) Fritsch/Lessen (11) Kindred (40) Fritsch (11) Lessen (18) Lessen (14) Lessen (22) Fritsch (9) Lessen (33) Lessen (15) Fritsch (21) Kindred (8) Lessen (20) Lessen (8) Fritsch (18) Fritsch (13)

SLIAC Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) 15-11 --Kindred (16)

Fritsch/Rivera (7)

Hi Assists Kindred (6) Kindred (9) Kindred (8) Rivera (5) Kindred (9) Nailor (7) Kindred/Nailor (5) Kindred (6) Kindred (5) Kindred (6) Kindred (3) Kindred (6) Nailor (9) Nailor (7) Four players (3) Kindred (7) Rivera (6) Nailor (4) Kindred/Nailor (5) Three players (4) Kindred (5) Nailor (9) Kindred (10) Kindred/Nailor (4) Kindred/Rivera (3)

Three players (2)

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2011-12 STATISTICS Overall GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. Dustin Fritch 26-26 833-32.0 167-327 .511 52-143 .364 Mark Lessen 26-26 749-28.8 156-257 .607 0-1 .000 Jordan Kindred 26-25 817-31.4 104-265 .392 38-124 .306 Rian Nailor 26-26 830-31.9 96-253 .379 39-121 .322 Niko Rivera 25-24 705-28.2 74-192 .385 33-118 .280 Austin Nicholas 25-3 432-17.3 65-149 .436 35-99 .354 D.T. Thornton 9-0 78-8.7 24-42 .571 0-0 .000 Zach Henn 7-0 102-14.6 15-33 .455 3-11 .273 Chuck Misuraca 15-0 190-12.7 18-41 .439 7-14 .500 Ryan Olson 5-0 19-3.8 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 Drake Webster 16-0 86-5.4 10-26 .385 9-24 .375 Murad Abbed 22-0 171-7.8 7-36 .194 3-16 .188 Cole Jackson 2-0 3-1.5 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 Jordan Fehr 22-0 174-7.9 8-20 .400 4-14 .286 John Fisher 2-0 2-1.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 Brett Crite 10-0 50-5.0 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 Nolan Gibson 5-0 13-2.6 1-9 .111 0-2 .000 Trevor Teal 5-0 8-1.6 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 Brad Lawson 5-0 9-1.8 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 Dakota Mohr 2-0 4-2.0 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 Kaleb Garber 1-0 1-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Team Total 26 5275 753-1678 .449 224-694 .323 Opponents 26 5275 681-1596 .427 178-508 .350

FT-FTA PCT. OREB DREB 58-77 .753 83 139 73-103 .709 86 129 71-94 .755 26 65 42-65 .646 7 60 20-24 .833 28 101 8-11 .727 10 35 5-7 .714 17 20 1-3 .333 8 18 8-19 .421 11 26 4-5 .800 2 4 0-0 .000 1 2 10-17 .588 5 23 0-0 .000 0 2 2-4 .500 5 8 2-2 1.000 0 0 3-4 .750 3 6 1-2 .500 4 0 0-0 .000 0 2 0-0 .000 1 1 0-0 .000 0 0 0-0 .000 0 0 37 53 308-437 .705 334 694 421-590 .714 313 651

TOT 222 215 91 67 129 45 37 26 37 6 3 28 2 13 0 9 4 2 2 0 0 90 1028 964

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 39 12 32 444 17.1 18 56 33 385 14.8 135 5 42 317 12.2 100 6 32 273 10.5 60 11 25 201 8.0 44 3 12 173 6.9 2 2 2 53 5.9 6 4 6 34 4.9 25 4 7 51 3.4 1 0 0 12 2.4 5 0 2 29 1.8 12 0 7 27 1.2 0 0 1 2 1.0 13 0 5 22 1.0 0 0 0 2 1.0 2 0 0 7 0.7 0 0 2 3 0.6 0 1 0 3 0.6 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0

SLIAC GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. Dustin Fritsch 16-16 513-32.1 97-187 .519 29-79 .367 Mark Lessen 16-16 473-29.6 105-168 .625 0-1 .000 Jordan Kindred 16-15 510-31.9 68-158 .430 24-69 .348 Rian Nailor 16-16 508-31.8 58-146 .397 25-77 .325 Niko Rivera 15-14 438-29.2 48-119 .403 20-69 .290 Austin Nicholas 16-3 282-17.6 49-109 .450 29-75 .387 D.T. Thornton 2-0 17-8.5 7-9 .778 0-0 .000 Zach Henn 2-0 39-19.5 6-9 .667 0-0 .000 Chuck Misuraca 13-0 149-11.5 16-33 .485 6-10 .600 Drake Webster 9-0 49-5.4 6-12 .500 6-12 .500 Ryan Olson 4-0 12-3.0 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 Murad Abbed 15-0 117-7.8 6-26 .231 3-11 .273 Brett Crite 8-0 35-4.4 2-6 .333 0-0 .000 Jordan Fehr 12-0 87-7.3 2-6 .333 1-5 .200 Kaleb Garber 1-0 1-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Cole Jackson 1-0 2-2.0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 Dakota Mohr 1-0 2-2.0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 Trevor Teal 2-0 3-1.5 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 Nolan Gibson 2-0 6-3.0 0-5 .000 0-1 .000 John Fisher 1-0 1-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Brad Lawson 3-0 7-2.3 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 Team Total 16 3250 473-1005 .471 143-413 .346 Opponents 16 3250 409-997 .410 102-296 .345

FT-FTA PCT. OREB DREB 40-55 .727 48 83 49-66 .742 59 84 46-61 .754 12 41 32-40 .800 5 37 16-19 .842 17 69 4-4 1.000 6 22 1-1 1.000 2 5 1-3 .333 0 8 7-13 .538 9 23 0-0 .000 0 1 2-3 .667 1 3 6-12 .500 3 18 3-4 .750 3 5 0-2 .000 1 4 0-0 .000 0 0 0-0 .000 0 2 0-0 .000 0 0 0-0 .000 0 2 0-0 .000 2 0 0-0 .000 0 0 0-0 .000 1 1 20 30 207-283 .731 189 438 248-348 .713 204 379

TOT 131 143 53 42 86 28 7 8 32 1 4 21 8 5 0 2 0 2 2 0 2 50 627 583

ASST BLK STL PTS PTS/G 28 7 14 263 16.4 10 34 23 259 16.2 77 1 23 206 12.9 70 4 24 173 10.8 42 5 16 132 8.8 31 2 8 131 8.2 1 0 0 15 7.5 4 0 1 13 6.5 19 4 6 45 3.5 2 0 2 18 2.0 0 0 0 8 2.0 9 0 6 21 1.4 2 0 0 7 0.9 7 0 1 5 0.4 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0.0

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303 196

104 55

58 25

208 2038 203 1961

124 1296 116 1168

78.4 75.4

81.0 73.0

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2011-12 SLIAC STANDINGS GP 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Webster Westminster Eureka MacMurray Greenville Spalding Blackburn Fontbonne Principia

SLIAC W-L 13-3 11-5 11-5 10-6 10-6 10-6 4-12 3-13 0-16

Pct. .812 .688 .688 .625 .625 .625 .250 .188 .000

GP 26 28 26 27 24 25 25 24 25

Overall W-L 13-13 17-11 15-11 14-13 15-9 13-12 7-18 4-20 0-25

Pct. .500 .607 .577 .519 .625 .520 .280 .167 .000

ALL-SLIAC TEAM FIRST TEAM Name Pos. Dustin Fritsch F Mark Lessen C Jametrius Brasher F Roman Robinson F Stefan Whittingham F

School Eureka Eureka Spalding Webster Webster

Yr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So.

Name Julian Lott Markeith Brown KJ Hilliard Clayton Whitlock Joe Prophet

Pos. G G G C G

School Blackburn Greenville Greenville MacMurray Westminster

Name Jordan Kindred Clint Lee Brady Slagle Cody Bradfisch Verdis Lee, Jr.

Pos. G G F G G

School Eureka MacMurray MacMurray Webster Westminster

Ht. 6-6 6-7 6-6 6-3 6-3

Hometown/High School Sterling, Ill./Sterling/Sauk Valley Delavan, Ill./Delavan Louisville, Ky./Male Fairfield, Calif./Merritt CC Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./Ft. Lauderdale

SECOND TEAM Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

Ht. 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-8 6-4

Hometown/High School Zion, Ill. Portland, Ore./Cleveland Belleville, Ill./Belleville West Springfield, Ill./Calvary Jefferson City, Mo./Jefferson City

HONORABLE MENTION Yr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr.

Ht. 6-0 6-3 6-6 6-1 6-2

Hometown/High School Chrisman, Ill./Chrisman Decatur, Ill./Decatur Eisenhower Winchester, Ill./West Central Grafton, Ill./Jerseyville Community Fulton, Mo./Fulton

School Eureka MacMurray Spalding Spalding Webster

Yr. Ht. Jr. 6-7 Jr. 6-3 So. 6-2 Jr. 6-6 So. 5-10

Player of the Year Stefan Whittingham, Webster Newcomer of the Year Clayton Whitlock, MacMurray Coach of the Year Chris Bunch, Webster Sportsmanship Award Greenville

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Nov. 21: Dustin Fritsch, Eureka Nov. 28: Jametrius Brasher, Spalding Dec. 5: Stefan Whittingham, Webster Dec. 12: Roman Robinson, Webster Dec. 19: Dustin Fritsch, Eureka Jan. 2: Joe James, Westminster Jan. 9: Jametrius Brasher, Spalding Jan. 16: Stefan Whittingham, Webster Jan. 23: Mark Lessen, Eureka Jan. 30: Jordan Kindred, Eureka Feb. 6: Verdis Lee, Jr., Westminster Feb. 13: Mark Lessen, Eureka Feb. 20: Stefan Whittingham

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Name Pos. Mark Lessen C Cody Best G Thomas Blakemore G Jametrius Brasher F Hollis Edwards G

POSTSEASON AWARDS

Hometown/High School Delavan, Ill./Delavan Staunton, Ill./Staunton Louisville, Ky./Butler Louisville, Ky./Male Nashville, Tenn./McGavock

Joe James, Westminster (MVP) Verdis Lee, Jr., Westminster Brady Slagle, MacMurray Clint Lee, MacMurray Dustin Fritsch, Eureka Roman Robinson, Webster

THE SLIAC IN THE NCAA POSTSEASON After earning four straight conference victories to close the regular season, second-seeded Westminster won the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament and the right to represent the league in the NCAA Division III Tournament. Joe James’s buzzer-beating 3-pointer gave the Blue Jays a dramatic 58-56 win over MacMurray in the SLIAC Tournament championship game on Feb. 25 in St. Louis, Mo. Westminster played top-ranked Hope tough in the first round of the national tournament before falling, 79-65, on March 2 in Holland, Mich.

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2011-12 SLIAC TEAM LEADERS SCORING OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Greenville Eureka Webster MacMurray Blackburn Fontbonne Principia Westminster 9. Spalding

85.8 78.4 71.7 69.8 67.8 65.5 65.2 65.2 64.5

SCORING DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Westminster Spalding Webster MacMurray Fontbonne Eureka Blackburn Greenville Principia

Eureka Greenville Webster MacMurray Westminster Blackburn Spalding Principia Fontbonne

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

TURNOVERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. Westminster 2. MacMurray 3. Webster Blackburn 5. Eureka 6. Fontbonne 7. Greenville 8. Spalding 9. Principia

Eureka Blackburn Greenville Webster Westminster Principia Fontbonne MacMurray Spalding

753 732 682 667 654 628 602 577 563

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Eureka Blackburn Greenville Fontbonne Webster Principia Westminster MacMurray Spalding

TOTAL REBOUNDING 694 535 487 464 453 452 444 353 311

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Eureka Greenville Spalding Blackburn Fontbonne Webster Westminster MacMurray Principia

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Greenville MacMurray Westminster Webster Spalding Fontbonne Eureka Principia Blackburn

429 420 361 339 316 315 308 280 264

Eureka Greenville Fontbonne Spalding Webster Blackburn Principia Westminster MacMurray

FOULS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Eureka Greenville Spalding Blackburn Westminster MacMurray Webster Fontbonne Principia

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. Eureka Greenville 3. Principia 4. Webster 5. MacMurray 6. Blackburn 7. Fontbonne 8. Westminster 9. Spalding

601 552 508 506 476 454 438 437 384

Eureka MacMurray Blackburn Spalding Westminster Webster Principia Greenville Fontbonne

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. Greenville 2. Eureka 3. Webster MacMurray 5. Spalding 6. Westminster 7. Blackburn 8. Fontbonne 9. Principia

MacMurray Greenville Webster Westminster Fontbonne Spalding Principia Eureka Blackburn

12.8 12.7 12.5 12.4 11.7 10.8 9.9 9.7 8.4

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDING

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

36.8 35.6 35.5 34.1 32.9 32.3 29.6 29.2 28.2

12.1 12.7 13.9 13.9 14.2 14.9 14.2 15.5 16.2

STEALS 39.5 39.1 38.2 35.6 35.2 35.0 33.8 32.1 30.5

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDING

MacMurray Westminster Webster Greenville Blackburn Eureka Spalding Principia Fontbonne

FREE THROWS MADE

46.6 44.9 44.0 44.0 43.5 42.1 40.6 39.6 38.9

77.7 71.3 70.5 69.9 69.6 68.8 66.7 66.2 63.9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1,678 1,570 1,555 1,549 1,547 1,515 1,484 1,421 1,384

Greenville Westminster Eureka MacMurray Spalding Blackburn Webster Fontbonne Principia

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Eureka Greenville Westminster Webster Blackburn MacMurray Principia Fontbonne Spalding

224 176 166 161 158 132 131 130 92

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 64.7 65.4 72.7 73.0 74.2 75.4 75.8 77.9 87.2

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

26.7 26.4 25.8 35.8 24.1 23.7 23.3 22.6 20.6

Webster Westminster MacMurray Principia Spalding Eureka Fontbonne Blackburn 9. Greenville

9.1 8.8 8.5 8.5 8.0 7.5 7.1 6.2 5.8

4.0 3.2 2.9 2.5 1.9 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.3

14.7 15.5 16.7 17.1 17.3 19.2 19.4 19.4 19.8

17.8 17.8 13.7 12.7 12.4 11.9 11.8 10.6 10.2

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2011-12 SLIAC INDIVIDUAL LEADERS TOTAL POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

D. Fritsch (EC) S. Whittingham (WU) J. Lott (BC) M. Lessen (EC) V. Lee (WC) J. MacDonald (PC) J. Brasher (SU) R. Robinson (WU) J. Kindred (EC) C. Whitlock (MC)

444 402 393 385 375 359 333 329 317 314

SCORING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

D. Fritsch (EC) J. Lott (BC) S. Whittingham (WU) J. MacDonald (PC) M. Lessen (EC) M. Brown (GC) V. Lee (WC) J. Brasher (SU) K. Hilliard (GC) K. Sydness (PC)

D. Fritsch (EC) M. Lessen (EC) S. Whittingham (WU) J. Lott (BC) V. Lee (WC) R. Robinson (WU) J. MacDonald (PC) J. Brasher (SU) C. Whitlock (MC) K. Sydness (PC)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

ASSISTS

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

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4.

S. Tolson (WC) L. Bishop (MC) D. Fritsch (EC) J. Lott (BC) J. MacDonald (PC) B. Roberts (BC) C. Bradfisch (WU) R. Nailor (EC) D. Tucker (BC) 10. J. Kindred (EC)

167 156 147 139 135 131 129 122 121 118

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

S. Tolson (WC) D. Fritsch (EC) J. Lott (BC) B. Roberts (BC) J. MacDonald (PC) J. Kindred (EC) R. Nailor (EC) C. Bradfisch (WU) N. Rivera (EC) 10. D. Tucker (BC)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

D. Fritsch (EC) M. Lessen (EC) S. Whittingham (WU) B. Slagle (MC) J. Brasher (SU) B. Adams (BC) M. Medley (BC) K. Weymuth (WC) R. Robinson (WU) J. MacDonald (PC)

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

C. Lee (MC) J. Brasher (SU) J. James (WC) S. Whittingham (WU) K. Hilliard (GC) M. Brown (GC) V. Lee (WC) B. Slagle (MC) 9. M. Lessen (EC) 10. C. Whitlock (MC)

.477 .441 .441 .438 .408 .397 .390 .386 .381 .370

D. Fritsch (EC) M. Lessen (EC) S. Whittingham (WU) J. Brasher (SU) B. Slagle (MC) M. Medley (BC) B. Adams (BC) T. Garner (FU) J. MacDonald (PC) R. Robinson (WU)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

S. Whittingham (WU) B. Slagle (MC) D. Fritsch (EC) M. Lessen (EC) J. Brasher (SU) B. Adams (BC) J. MacDonald (PC) N. Rivera (EC) S. Martin (GC) Two players

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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.607 .573 .563 .539 .527 .518 .511 .490 .482 .479

J. Brasher (SU) S. Whittingham (WU) C. Lee (MC) B. Slagle (MC) V. Lee (WC) K. Hilliard (GC) A. Chism (FU) 8. M. Lessen (EC) 9. J. James (WC) 10. Two players

121 116 112 111 110 105 105 103 102 95

M. Lessen (EC) D. Fritsch (EC) K. Weymuth (WC) J. Brasher (SU) M. Medley (BC) R. Robinson (WU) B. Adams (BC) S. Whittingham (WU) J. Huskey (WU) Two players

6. 7. 9. 10.

J. Kindred (EC) J. Lott (BC) R. Nailor (EC) C. Best (MC) M. Jones (PC) B. Giertz (GC) C. Angle (PC) J. Garcia (GC) C. Lee (MC) N. Rivera (EC)

135 108 100 74 74 71 68 68 67 60

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO 222 215 213 199 190 166 157 144 141 134

1. B. Giertz (GC) J. Garcia (GC) 3. A. Mumphard (GC) 4. R. Nailor (EC) J. Redmond (GC) 6. N. Rivera (EC) D. Hohenstein (WC) 8. B. Slagle (MC) D. Burton (MC) J. Kindred (EC)

2.3 2.3 1.9 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.6 1.6

STEALS 8.5 8.3 8.2 7.6 7.4 7.1 6.6 5.8 5.6 5.4

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 90 89 87 85 80 78 74 74 73 72

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE M. Lessen (EC) J. Brasher (SU) C. Whitlock (MC) D. Campbell (GC) B. Adams (BC) M. Brown (GC) D. Fritsch (EC) S. Whittingham (WU) L. Bishop (MC) J. McBride (GC)

.889 .853 .845 .821 .804 .766 .762 .755 .753 .736

TOTAL REBOUNDS 147 143 134 132 127 124 121 118 118 116

1. L. Bishop (MC) 2. J. McBride (GC) A. Mumphard (GC) 4. C. Lee (MC) 5. S. Tolson (WC) 6. V. Lee (WC) 7. C. Bradfisch (WU) 8. J. MacDonald (PC) 9. J. Lott (BC) 10. T. St. Julian (SU)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

327 325 302 300 297 287 273 268 265 257

J. Lott (BC) J. James (WC) J. McBride (GC) M. Brown (GC) C. Lee (MC) C. Whitlock (MC) K. Hilliard (GC) J. Kindred (EC) D. Fritsch (EC) J. Brasher (SU)

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED D. Fritsch (EC) J. Lott (BC) R. Robinson (WU) S. Whittingham (WU) J. MacDonald (PC) V. Lee (WC) K. Sydness (PC) C. Angle (PC) J. Kindred (EC) M. Lessen (EC)

60 53 52 51 49 48 46 39 46 38

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 17.1 15.7 15.5 15.0 14.8 13.6 13.4 13.3 13.1 12.8

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

1. C. Best (MC) H. Edwards (WU) 3. J. Lott (BC) 4. B. Slagle (MC) 5. R. Robinson (WU) 6. C. Angle (PC) M. Jones (PC) 8. J. Kindred (EC) 9. J. James (WC) 10. B. Curtis (FU)

52 52 50 47 45 43 43 42 39 38

BLOCKED SHOTS 164 155 139 129 127 114 103 101 98 95

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

M. Lessen (EC) M. Medley (BC) J. Brasher (SU) C. Whitlock (MC) K. Sydness (PC) C. Best (MC) V. Lee (WC) 8. K. Weymuth (WC) S. Whittingham (WU) 10. D. Burton (MC)

56 37 29 25 21 20 20 16 16 15

MINUTES PLAYED AVERAGE 86 83 64 63 62 59 52 49 46 45

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

S. Whittingham (WU) M. Jones (PC) J. Lott (BC) K. Sydness (PC) D. Fritsch (EC) R. Nailor (EC) J. MacDonald (PC) J. Kindred (EC) C. Lee (MC) B. Slagle (MC)

34.1 33.4 32.4 32.1 32.0 32.0 31.7 31.4 31.0 30.5

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RECORDS & HISTORY

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CAREER INDIVIDUAL RECORDS/SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS ALL-TIME POINTS 1. 2,119 Troy Tyler 1990-94 2. 1,668 Michael Sain 1979-83 3. 1,604 Rick Schwab 1963-67 4. 1,528 Chris Eaton 1990-94 5. 1,500 Craig Negangard 2000-04 6. 1,464 Greg Nunn 1984-87 7. 1,391 Jon Guderjan 1989-93 8. 1,329 Michael Zasada 2006-10 9. 1,316 Bob Strickland 1954-58 10. 1,241 Hughland Blanton 1976-80 Active leader: Jordan Kindred, 981 ALL-TIME REBOUNDS 1. 925 Chris Eaton 1990-94 2. 863 Michael Zasada 2006-10 3. 859 Craig Gerdes 1967-71 4. 754 Troy Tyler 1990-94 5. 747 Craig Negangard 2000-04 6. 740 Hughley Blanton 1976-80 740 Ed Brady 1977-81 8. 711 Sam Reed 1978-82 9. 625 Reggie Holmes 1975-79 10. 610 Stan Prosser 1975-79 Active leader: Mark Lessen, 452 ALL-TIME ASSISTS 1. 579 Kevin Root 2. 423 Tom Cassidy 3. 378 Troy Tyler 4. 367 Michael Sain 5. 350 Nataniel Meiss 6. 315 Jordan Kindred 7. 311 Tim McGuire 8. 300 Tom Dooley 9. 294 Rick Taylor 10. 259 Chris Peterson

1986-91 1976-80 1990-94 1979-83 1994-98 20081974-78 1985-87 1983-87 1990-94

ON THE PREVIOUS PAGE Hall of Fame head coach Dave Darnall and the Red Devils celebrate their 1987 NAIA District 20 championship after a dramatic 63-62 victory at McKendree on March 5, 1987 in Lebanon, Ill. The victory gave the Red Devils an automatic berth to the NAIA Tournament in Kansas City, Mo., the first-ever national tournament appearance for any Eureka College athletics team. Darnall would ultimately guide the Red Devils to four NAIA Tournament appearances, including three straight bids from 1992 through 1994, culminating with the 1994 NAIA Division II national championship.

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POINTS 1. 2,706 2. 2,306 3. 2,295 4. 2,292 5. 2,255 6. 2,170 7. 2,161 8. 2,090 9. 2,040 10. 2,038

1993-94 1990-91 1992-93 1991-92 1986-87 1988-89 2009-10 1996-97 1982-83 2011-12

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 317 1993-94 2. 224 2011-12 3. 222 1997-98 4. 221 1996-97 5. 218 2008-09 6. 217 1992-93 7. 212 2007-08 8. 208 2009-10 9. 206 2003-04 10. 199 1991-92

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. 76.1 2002-03 2. 75.3 1991-92 3. 75.2 1981-82 4. 74.8 1990-91 5. 74.3 2003-04 6. 73.6 1996-97 7. 73.4 1986-87 8. 72.7 1987-88 9. 71.9 1983-84 10. 71.5 1985-86

SCORING AVERAGE 1. 87.3 2. 83.6 3. 82.4 4. 80.0 5. 79.1 6. 79.0 79.0 8. 78.5 9. 78.4 78.4

1993-94 1996-97 1990-91 2009-10 1992-93 1991-92 1989-90 1982-83 2011-12 1980-81

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 694 2011-12 2. 646 1993-94 3. 641 2008-09 4. 616 1997-98 5. 601 2009-10 6. 591 1996-97 7. 579 2007-08 8. 558 2003-04 9. 524 2001-02 10. 517 2006-07

TOTAL REBOUNDS 1. 1,159 2. 1,087 3. 1,028 4. 1,004 5. 987 6. 983 7. 982 8. 961 9. 940 10. 937

1993-94 2009-10 2011-12 1991-92 1990-91 2006-07 1992-93 1986-87 1994-95 1979-80

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 973 2. 890 3. 844 4. 833 5. 823 6. 816 7. 811 8. 810 9. 804 10. 794

1993-94 1986-87 1984-85 1992-93 1979-80 1985-86 1991-92 1982-83 2009-10 1981-82

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 49.1 1993-94 2. 49.0 1986-87 3. 45.3 1990-91 4. 44.8 1988-89 5. 43.9 1992-93 6. 42.9 1991-92 7. 42.8 1989-90 8. 38.3 1995-96 9. 37.4 1996-97 10. 36.9 2003-04

REBOUND AVERAGE 1. 40.3 2. 39.8 3. 39.5 4. 37.8 5. 37.4 6. 36.4 7. 36.0 8. 35.9 9. 35.5 35.2

2009-10 1980-81 2011-12 2006-07 1993-94 2008-09 1979-80 2001-02 2005-06 1990-91

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 1,900 2. 1,740 3. 1,681 4. 1,678 5. 1,668 6. 1,641 7. 1,638 8. 1,637 9. 1,630 10. 1,616

1993-94 1986-87 1996-97 2011-12 2009-10 1994-95 1979-80 1992-93 1998-99 1991-92

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 469 2. 443 3. 420 4. 412 5. 409 6. 364 7. 361 8. 353 9. 350 10. 349

ASSISTS (Since 1988) 1. 523 2. 489 3. 479 4. 476 5. 463 6. 436 7. 435 8. 416 9. 412 10. 410

1993-94 1990-91 1991-92 1989-90 2011-12 1994-95 1996-97 1988-89 2003-04 1995-96

FG PERCENTAGE 1. 57.2 2. 56.2 3. 53.1 4. 52.4 5. 51.7 6. 51.6 7. 51.2 8. 51.1 9. 51.0 10. 50.9

1990-91 1989-90 1984-85 1980-81 1988-89 1982-83 1993-94 1986-87 1985-86 1992-93

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 629 1993-94 2. 623 1991-92 3. 586 1992-93 4. 565 2003-04 5. 557 1995-96 6. 547 1990-91 7. 531 1994-95 8. 530 2009-10 9. 510 2006-07 10. 507 1978-79

STEALS (Since 1992) 1. 266 2. 218 3. 211 4. 208 208 6. 205 7. 200 8. 191 9. 190 10. 189

1993-94 2004-05 1994-95 2011-12 1992-93 1998-99 2007-08 2008-09 1996-97 1997-98

1991-92 1993-94 2003-04 1992-93 1990-91 1995-96 1994-95 2006-07 2002-03 1986-87

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SINGLE-SEASON INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1. 31 Chris Eaton 1993-94 31 Dennis Huttenlocher 1993-94 31 Chris Peterson 1993-94 31 Duane Schmedeke 1993-94 31 Troy Tyler 1993-94 6. 29 14 times

FG PERCENTAGE (Since 1978) Minimum 3.0 FGM Per Game 1. 65.4 DeLeon Lavender 1990-91 2. 63.5 DeLeon Lavender 1989-90 3. 63.2 Troy Tyler 1990-91 4. 62.9 Adam Ferguson 1994-95 5. 61.7 Greg Nunn 1984-85 6. 60.7 Mark Lessen 2011-12 7. 60.6 Chris Eaton 1992-93 60.6 DeLeon Lavender 1987-88 9. 58.9 Mark Lessen 2010-11 10. 58.8 Troy Tyler 1991-92

FREE THROWS ATT. (Since 1978) 1. 192 Craig Negangard 2003-04 2. 191 Greg Crider 1995-96 3. 190 Chris Eaton 1993-94 4. 164 Craig Negangard 2001-02 5. 156 Michael Zasada 2009-10 6. 152 Chris Eaton 1992-93 7. 147 Kameron Bell 2009-10 147 Shawn McGuire 2003-04 9. 143 Craig Negangard 2002-03 10. 135 Chris Eaton 1991-92

STEALS (Since 1992) 1. 65 Troy Tyler 2. 57 Mark Van Winkle 3. 55 Matt McComb 4. 54 Mark Van Winkle 5. 53 Stote Reeder 6. 52 Stote Reeder 7. 50 Chris Hopwood 8. 49 Michael Zasada 9. 48 Jon Guderjan 10. 47 Kameron Bell 47 Chris Peterson

1993-94 1996-97 2007-08 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 2007-08 1992-93 2009-10 1993-94

POINTS 1. 653 2. 613 3. 610 4. 579 579 579 7. 569 569 9. 564 10. 552

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 145 Chris Peterson 1993-94 2. 110 Mark Van Winkle 1997-98 3. 103 Jon Guderjan 1990-91 4. 100 Duane Schmedeke 1993-94 5. 93 Jon Guderjan 1991-92 6. 81 Jon Guderjan 1992-93 7. 76 Tom Dooley 1987-88 8. 74 Tim Peffer 2005-06 74 Brad Bickett 1988-89 10. 71 Mark Van Winkle 1996-97

FREE THROW PCT. (Since 1978) Minimum 2.5 FTM Per Game 1. 91.7 Michael Sain 1982-83 2. 90.2 Jon Guderjan 1991-92 3. 87.5 Michael Sain 1980-81 4. 84.5 Chris Peterson 1993-94 5. 84.0 Matt McComb 2007-08 6. 83.9 Rick Taylor 1985-86 7. 82.5 Tim Peffer 2006-07 8. 82.0 Brad Bickett 1987-88 9. 81.7 Troy Tyler 1992-93 10. 79.6 Andy Thomas 1996-97

BLOCKS (Since 1994) 1. 56 Mark Lessen 2. 41 Mark Lessen 3. 37 Chris Beecher 4. 33 Andy Leppard 5. 32 Michael Zasada 32 A.J. Richard 7. 27 Mark Lessen 8. 26 A.J. Richard 9. 25 Adam Ferguson 10. 24 A.J. Richard

2011-12 2010-11 2007-08 2009-10 2009-10 2006-07 2009-10 2005-06 1994-95 2004-05

SCORING AVERAGE (Since 1978) 1. 21.9 Greg Crider 1995-96 2. 21.4 Michael Zasada 2009-10 3. 21.3 Mark Scherer 1982-83 21.3 Mark Van Winkle 1997-98 5. 21.1 Chris Peterson 1993-94 21.1 Greg Nunn 1985-86 7. 20.9 Kameron Bell 2009-10 8. 20.7 Mike Sain 1980-81 9. 20.3 Troy Tyler 1992-93 10. 19.9 Greg Nunn 1986-87

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 297 Mark Van Winkle 1997098 2. 277 Chris Peterson 1993-94 3. 225 Tom Dooley 1987-88 4. 222 Duane Schmedeke 1993-94 5. 216 Jon Guderjan 1991-92 6. 212 Jon Guderjan 1990-91 7. 201 Jon Guderjan 1992-93 8. 181 Tim Peffer 2005-06 9. 175 Mark Van Winkle 1996-97 10. 172 Tim Peffer 2006-07

TOTAL REBOUNDS 1. 363 Chris Eaton 2. 275 Chris Eaton 3. 268 Chris Eaton 4. 266 Michael Zasada 5. 260 Chris Tarpley 6. 256 Mark Scherer 7. 246 Jeff Smith 8. 237 Craig Negangard 9. 234 Kameron Bell 10. 233 Michael Zasada

FIELD GOALS MADE (Since 1978) 1. 258 Greg Nunn 1986-87 2. 248 Greg Nunn 1985-86 3. 244 Chris Eaton 1993-94 4. 229 Troy Tyler 1993-94 5. 223 Mark Scherer 1982-83 6. 219 Mike Sain 1982-83 7. 212 Kameron Bell 2009-10 212 Troy Tyler 1992-93 9. 206 Michael Zasada 2009-10 206 Chris Eaton 1992-93

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Minimum 1.0 3FGM Per Game 1. 52.3 Chris Peterson 1993-94 2. 49.6 Chris Peterson 1992-93 3. 49.3 Rick Taylor 1986-87 4. 49.0 Brad Bickett 1988-89 5. 48.6 Troy Tyler 1992-93 48.6 Jon Guderjan 1990-91 7. 48.3 Brad Bickett 1989-90 8. 47.9 Troy Tyler 1993-94 9. 45.7 Erik Kurtenbach 2002-03 10. 45.3 Matt Trowitch 1997-98

REBOUND AVERAGE (Since 1978) 1. 11.7 Chris Eaton 1993-94 2. 10.0 Chris Tarpley 2006-07 3. 9.9 Michael Zasada 2009-10 4. 9.6 Chris Eaton 1991-92 5. 9.5 Craig Negangard 2001-01 9.5 Chris Eaton 1992-93 9.5 Mark Scherer 1982-83 8. 9.3 Michael Zasada 2008-09 9. 9.2 Hughley Blanton 1979-80 10. 8.7 Kameron Bell 2009-10 8.7 Michael Zasada 2007-08 8.7 Sam Reed 1981-82

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 485 Greg Nunn 2. 461 Mark Van Winkle 3. 451 Troy Tyler 4. 441 Greg Nunn 5. 429 Rick Schwab 6. 421 Chris Eaton 421 Troy Tyler 8. 416 Kameron Bell 9. 405 Chris Peterson 10. 399 Michael Zasada

FREE THROWS MADE (Since 1978) 1. 152 Craig Negangard 2003-04 2. 130 Greg Crider 1995-96 3. 122 Chris Eaton 1993-94 4. 113 Michael Zasada 2009-10 5. 110 Craig Negangard 2001-02 6. 108 Shawn McGuire 2003-04 7. 104 Craig Negangard 2002-03 8. 100 Brad Bickett 1987-88 9. 99 Troy Tyler 1993-94 10. 98 Chris Peterson 1993-94

ASSISTS 1. 222 Kevin Root 2. 194 Lance Craft 3. 183 Kip Blakesly 4. 180 Kevin Root 5. 177 Kevin Root 6. 162 Shawn McGuire 7. 146 Chris Peterson 8. 140 Tom Cassidy 9. 135 Jordan Kindred 135 Troy Tyler

Chris Peterson Troy Tyler Chris Eaton Mark Scherer Greg Nunn Michael Zasada Rick Schwab Troy Tyler Kameron Bell Troy Tyler

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RECORDS NOTE Game-by-game results are available through the NCAA database and the Eureka College archives dating back to the 1974-75 season. Any individuals with historical information prior to 1974 are encouraged to contact the Eureka College sports information office.

J 16 J 17 J 24 J 27 J 31 F3 F7 F 14 F 17 F 19 F 21 F 24

90-61 63-45 90-72 65-68 79-61 59-49 72-63 79-65 41-49 91-96 73-97 75-73

J 24 J 27 J 28 F2 F4 F7 F9 F 11 F 14 F 18 F 22 F 25 F 27

Date N 15 N 16 N 20 N 30 D3 D7 D 11 J3 J5 J6 J 11 J 15 J 18 J 22 J 25 J 28 J 29 F3 F5 F8 F 11 F 12 F 15 F 17 F 19 F 22 F 26

H: 7-1 • A: 10-6 • N: 3-0 Opponent W-L Score vs. Illinois Tech W 102-80 at Oakland City L 72-79 at SW Baptist W 69-64 Aurora W 61-60 Illinois-Chicago W 71-57 at Lincoln Christian W 68-38 at McKendree L 72-99 vs. Maryville W 73-58 vs. STL Pharmacy W 67-58 at Principia W 81-55 at Greenville W 61-50 Blackburn W 77-67 Lincoln Christian W 115-58 at MacMurray W 71-55 at Illinois College W 62-57 Harris-Stowe W 74-59 at Sanford-Brown W 94-62 at Iowa Wesleyan W 82-77 Greenville L 34-37 at Knox L 66-84 at Missouri Baptist W 90-57 at Blackburn W 81-68 Illinois College W 57-53 at McKendree L 21-32 MacMurray W 50-42 at Monmouth L 84-85 at Quincy L 52-82

Date N 28 N 29 D2 D5 D9 D 11 D 13 J1 J2 J3 J9 J 10 J 13

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H: 8-1 • A: 7-5 • N: 4-0 Opponent W-L Score vs. Illinois Tech W 73-70 at McKendree L 89-107 at Aurora W 78-71 Sanford-Brown W 96-51 at Concordia (Mo.) W 84-63 Knox W 80-76 McKendree W 87-66 vs. Maryville W 95-54 vs. Harris-Stowe W 72-70 at Missouri Baptist W 71-65 at Rockford L 63-85 vs. Purdue North Central W 86-64 Greenville W 94-68

Date N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 N 28 D2 D6 D9 D 12 D 15 D 16 J5 J6 J 10 J 18 J 30 F1 F3 F 10 F 15 F 17 F 21 F 24 M2

Date N 25 N 26 N 29 D2 D8 J4 J6 J7 J 11 J 13 J 16 J 21

H: 7-4 • A: 7-6 • N: 1-0 Opponent W-L Score vs. Columbia (Mo.) W 72-60 at Central Methodist L 100-106 at Aurora W 92-68 at Teikyo Marycrest W 66-53 at Illinois-Chicago L 69-81 at Maryville W 79-61 at Principia W 92-68 at Parks W 95-54 North Central (Ill.) W 84-62 MacMurray W 60-54 Greenville L 67-74 at Blackburn W 83-63

J 26 J 31 F2 F5 F8 F9 F 12 F 14 F 17 F 21 F 24 F 26

H: 8-0 • A: 10-3 • N: 2-1 Opponent W-L Score vs. Grand Rapids Baptist W 92-57 at Judson W 72-68 vs. Grinnell W 74-56 at William Penn W 46-43 Aurora W 95-70 Harris-Stowe W 97-63 at George Williams W 69-60 McKendree W 81-68 Trinity Christian W 97-51 at MSOE W 92-58 at Concordia (Wis.) L 46-52 at Principia W 56-50 at STL Pharmacy W 73-52 at North Central (Ill.) W 56-52 at Greenville W 55-54 Teikyo Marycrest W 79-58 at Iowa Wesleyan L 72-74 Greenville W 90-50 Grace W 60-54 Iowa Wesleyan W 68-54 at MacMurray W 84-78 at Millikin L 48-62 at Concordia (Ill.) W 78-77 vs. St. Xavier L 76-79

H: 11-0 • A: 7-5 • N: 3-0 Opponent W-L Score Greenville W 71-59 Millikin W 63-45 at Grace L 70-91 at Indiana Wesleyan W 73-68 at Trinity Christian W 77-65 STL Christian W 103-57 Judson W 81-68 vs. Grinnell W 85-47 at Chicago W 91-69 at Aurora W 71-69 at Harris-Stowe W 81-60 MSOE W 97-44 George Williams W 74-57 vs. Milton W 64-62

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

70-80 94-71 74-76 25-35 78-63 80-77 88-83 59-61 71-50 91-54 77-70 73-71

1980-81 Date N 21 N 22 D2 D5 D6 D9 D 12 D 13 J 14 J 17 J 20 J 22 J 24 J 27 J 30 J 31 F3 F5 F7 F 12 F 14 F 16 F 19 F 23 F 25 F 28

1979-80 Date D1 D4 D7 D8 D 11 D 14 D 15 D 18 D 19 J9 J 16 J 18 J 22 J 25

at Lakeland Iowa Wesleyan at Greenville at McKendree vs. Greenville at Principia St. Ambrose at Iowa Wesleyan MacMurray Concordia (Ill.) North Central (Ill.) at St. Ambrose

Coach Dave Darnall 17-9 Overall H: 9-1 • A: 6-6 • N: 2-2 Opponent W-L Score vs. NE Illinois W 92-71 at Rockford W 87-70 at Millikin L 53-60 vs. Greenville L 67-82 vs. George Williams W 84-61 Aurora W 87-65 at MSOE W 96-78 at Northwestern (Wis.) W 98-67 Harris-Stowe W 74-56 Lindenwood (Mo.) W 78-69 at Greenville L 66-67 at Iowa Wesleyan L 71-73 Mount Mercy L 47-48 at Teikyo Marycrest L 74-87 vs. Greenville L 75-77 at Principia W 53-39 at George Williams W 101-91 Trinity Christian W 49-41 Greenville W 94-84 St. Ambrose W 93-73 Maranatha Baptist W 82-65 at North Central (Ill.) L 86-110 Iowa Wesleyan W 102-66 Dominican (Ill.) W 86-54 at Concordia (Ill.) W 80-78 at Quincy L 40-46

1981-82

Coach Dave Darnall 21-5 Overall

1977-78 Coach Dave Darnall 15-10 Overall

L 66-73 W 63-49 W 101-69 W 77-64 L 46-58 L 43-44 L 81-88 W 85-55 L 49-52 L 89-95 L 61-63 W 76-71 W 89-59

Coach Dave Darnall 20-4 Overall

1975-76 Coach Dave Darnall 19-6 Overall

Illinois College at Missouri Baptist STL Pharmacy Iowa Wesleyan at Greenville Teikyo Marycrest at McKendree Blackburn at Illinois College at MacMurray Concordia (Ill.) Millikin George Williams

1978-79

Coach Dave Darnall 20-7 Overall

Coach Dave Darnall 9-16 Overall Date D3 D7 D 10 D 13 D 14 D 17 J2 J3 J4 J 11 J 14 J 18 J 21 J 25 J 26 J 29 F1 F4 F6 F8 F 13 F 15 F 18 F 22 F 25

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

1976-77

1974-75 H: 8-4 • A: 1-12 Opponent W-L Score Aurora W 70-48 at Iowa Wesleyan L 60-89 at Monmouth L 61-68 Illinois College W 79-71 at Culver-Stockton L 54-84 at Benedictine L 55-65 at Sullivan L 75-83 at Berea L 85-100 at Union L 73-79 McKendree W 86-80 at Greenville W 94-83 Blackburn W 82-51 Culver-Stockton W 89-79 Coe L 72-75 at MacMurray L 51-52 Rockford W 96-81 Iowa Wesleyan L 69-72 Olivet Nazarene L 45-60 MacMurray W 75-64 Greenville W 72-66 at McKendree L 62-60 at Olivet Nazarene L 74-99 at Illinois College L 70-72 at Blackburn L 63-70 Monmouth L 68-87

Lincoln Christian at Blackburn MacMurray at Illinois College Iowa Wesleyan at Lincoln Christian at Greenville at Blackburn Illinois College at McKendree at MacMurray Monmouth

Coach Dave Darnall 19-6 Overall Date N 20 N 21 N 24 D1 D4 D5 D8 D 11 D 12 J 15 J 16 J 19 J 22

H: 8-2 • A: 9-4 • N: 2-0 Opponent W-L Score vs. St. Ambrose W 86-67 at Rockford L 70-90 Concordia (Ill.) W 71-66 North Central (Ill.) L 61-71 vs. Mount Mercy W 73-68 at Judson W 76-59 at Aurora L 81-89 at Cardinal-Stritch W 79-66 at Maranatha Baptist W 77-63 at Harris-Stowe W 46-45 at Lindenwood (Mo.) W 80-64 Greenville W 66-51 at Iowa Wesleyan L 63-68

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS J 26 J 28 F2 F4 F6 F9 F 11 F 13 F 16 F 18 F 20 F 27

Teikyo Marycrest at Dominican (Ill.) George Williams DePauw MSOE McKendree at St. Ambrose at Trinity Christian Roosevelt Iowa Wesleyan at Greenville at Quincy

L 70-76 W 19-4 W 80-65 W 79-68 W 111-83 W 106-87 L 88-95 W 67-55 W 102-79 W 73-65 W 59-46 L 71-85

1982-83

J 24 J 26 J 28 J 31 F2 F4 F8 F9 F 11 F 14 F 17 F 18 F 21 F 25

Coach Dave Darnall 16-11 Overall Date N 19 N 20 N 23 N 30 D3 D4 D8 D 10 D 11 J 13 J 15 J 18 J 20 J 22 J 25 J 26 J 29 F1 F3 F5 F8 F 10 F 12 F 15 F 17 F 19 M5

H: 9-0 • A: 6-8 • N: 1-2 Opponent W-L Score vs. Hamline W 77-66 at Rockford L 70-92 at Roosevelt L 61-68 at Concordia (Ill.) W 76-50 vs. Carroll L 69-75 vs. St. Ambrose L 70-75 at Missouri-St. Louis L 71-92 at MSOE W 109-73 at Maranatha Baptist W 81-72 Cardinal-Stritch W 99-67 Lindenwood (Mo.) W 98-62 at Greenville W 81-53 at Iowa Wesleyan L 58-70 Blackburn L 74-79 Trinity Christian W 75-61 at MacMurray W 88-76 Principia W 81-60 Dominican (Ill.) W 94-67 at DePauw L 57-61 Iowa Wesleyan W 102-78 at McKendree L 63-67 at Principia W 91-55 MacMurray W 96-74 at Blackburn L 61-73 Harris-Stowe W 68-53 Greenville W 74-59 at Illinois Wesleyan L 68-82

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68-65 68-69 58-48 77-59 74-66 64-41 68-46 40-27 65-69 94-84 85-61 50-76 42-44 67-44

1984-85

J 12 J 15 J 18 J 23 J 25 J 28 J 30 F1 F6 F8 F 13 F 15 F 18 F 21 F 23 F 25

Coach Dave Darnall 17-10 Overall Date N 16 N 17 N 23 N 24 N 27 N 30 D1 D5 D 11 D 14 J9 J 10 J 12 J 17 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 29 J 31 F2 F7 F9 F 12 F 13 F 15 F 21 F 25

Coach Dave Darnall 16-10 Overall H: 9-1 • A: 4-8 • N: 3-1 Opponent W-L Score vs. Cardinal-Stritch W 79-68 vs. Hamline W 73-71 Concordia (Ill.) W 68-60 vs. Carroll W 64-59 at Judson W 70-68 at George Williams L 45-55 at Washington (Mo.) L 59-63 vs. Harris-Stowe L 56-61 at Anderson L 65-73 at Huntington L 71-78 at Transylvania L 66-76 MSOE W 104-48

at Maryville at Iowa Wesleyan Principia McKendree Maryville at Greenville Blackburn at Principia at MacMurray Iowa Wesleyan Maranatha Baptist at Blackburn MacMurray Greenville

H: 7-2 • A: 7-7 • N: 3-1 Opponent W-L Score vs. Wisconsin-Superior W 84-64 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 82-90 vs. Hamline W 54-52 at Rockford W 79-75 at Concordia (Ill.) W 87-60 vs. Roosevelt W 65-54 at Judson W 63-43 Washington (Mo.) L 70-81 George Williams W 72-48 at Maranatha Baptist W 81-67 at Earlham L 69-77 at Anderson L 72-83 at Indiana Southeast L 65-69 Harris-Stowe W 88-72 at Maryville W 73-58 at Greenville W 62-35 MacMurray W 63-59 at McKendree L 62-92 at Blackburn L 52-61 Principia W 101-52 Maryville W 93-60 Greenville W 96-50 Iowa Wesleyan W 114-65 at MacMurray L 83-97 Blackburn L 81-83 at Principia WF 2-0 at St. Xavier L 72-83

1985-86 Coach Dave Darnall 21-5 Overall Date N 22 N 23 N 26 N 29 N 30 D6 D7 D 13 D 14 J 11

H: 10-0 • A: 10-3 • N: 1-2 Opponent W-L Score at Truman State L 55-69 at Iowa Wesleyan W 72-54 Concorida (Ill.) W 85-45 vs. Dominican (Ill.) L 64-66 at Judson W 63-54 Marian (Wis.) W 99-74 Maranatha Baptist W 105-67 vs. Anderson L 53-57 vs. Manchester W 79-68 at Lindenwood (Mo.) W 96-63

at Webster Anderson at Principia at Maryville Greenville McKendree at MacMurray Blackburn Principia Maryville at Greenville MacMurray at Blackburn at Harris-Stowe at Washington (Mo.) at Olivet Nazarene

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

93-78 78-69 79-60 82-47 69-55 72-67 71-55 77-50 89-58 65-36 51-50 80-69 54-52 93-54 62-67 70-78

1986-87 Coach Dave Darnall 26-3 Overall H: 11-0 • A: 12-2 • N: 3-1 Date Opponent W-L Score N 21 at Truman State W 72-69 N 22 at Simpson W 74-71 N 25 at Concordia (Ill.) W 64-47 N 28 at Judson W 70-51 N 29 vs. Greenville W 61-37 D 5 vs. Grand Rapids Baptist W 79-60 D 6 at Wheaton W 73-70 D 12 vs. Illinois College W 87-78 D 13 at Rose-Hulman W 76-72 J 10 at Concordia (Mo.) W 70-60 J 12 at Missouri-St. Louis L 75-104 J 17 at Blackburn W 78-74 J 20 Washington (Mo.) W 68-64 J 22 Principia W 116-56 J 24 at Maryville W 63-61 J 29 at Greenville W 73-47 J 31 MacMurray W 81-72 F 3 Iowa Wesleyan W 75-61 F 5 Blackburn W 89-59 F 7 at Principia W 79-67 F 12 Maryville W 82-46 F 14 Greenville W 94-61 F 17 Harris-Stowe W 100-62 F 19 at MacMurray L 64-73 F 21 Lindenwood (Mo.) W 104-72 F 24 Roosevelt W 91-70 F 28 Illinois Tech W 80-60 M 5 at McKendree W 63-62 NAIA Tournament (Kanas City, Mo.) M 12 vs. Auburn-Montgomery L 54-85

1987-88 Coach Dave Darnall 10-16 Overall Date N 20 N 21 N 24 N 27 N 28

H: 5-1 • A: 4-12 • N: 1-3 Opponent W-L Score at Truman State L 65-80 at Graceland L 53-66 Concordia (Ill.) W 74-70 vs. Spring Arbor L 57-66 vs. Concordia (Mich.) W 59-54

D4 D5 D9 D 11 D 12 J9 J 11 J 13 J 16 J 21 J 23 J 26 J 28 J 30 F2 F4 F6 F 11 F 13 F 16 F 18

at Judson vs. Trinity Christian Clarke at Wabash vs. Millikin at Concordia (Mo.) at SIU-Edwardsville at Westminster at MacMurray Blackburn at Principia at McKendree at Maryville Greenville at Iowa Wesleyan MacMurray at Blackburn Principia Maryville at Harris-Stowe at Greenville

W 67-66 L 55-68 W 72-70 L 84-94 L 71-77 L 89-97 L 62-95 L 59-78 L 69-74 W 79-74 L 87-91 L 71-121 L 70-71 L 73-76 L 78-89 W 77-61 L 77-80 W 91-60 W 89-64 W 85-76 W 61-58

1988-89 Coach Dave Darnall 19-9 Overall Date N 18 N 19 N 22 N 30 D2 D3 D7 D9 D 10 D 14 J 14 J 16 J 21 J 24 J 26 J 28 F2 F7 F8 F 11 F 16 F 18 F 19 F 21 F 23 F 25 F 28 M4

H: 9-1 • A: 8-6 • N: 2-1 Opponent W-L Score vs. St. Xavier L 67-79 at Wheaton L 75-78 at Concordia (Ill.) W 72-61 at Truman State L 63-84 vs. Dominican (Ill.) W 84-67 at Judson W 69-66 at Clarke L 83-84 vs. Roosevelt W 79-68 at Aurora W 91-65 Iowa Wesleyan W 92-62 at Sanford-Brown W 106-52 at Missouri-St. Louis L 70-96 at Greenville W 72-63 McKendree L 81-82 MacMurray W 70-57 at Blackburn L 60-64 at Principia W 60-52 at Rockford W 59-35 Greenville W 74-51 at MacMurray L 64-69 Blackburn W 72-60 Principia W 96-57 Maryville W 101-43 Harris-Stowe W 118-79 at Maryville W 66-51 Westminster W 79-60 NE Illinois W 83-54 at Olivet Nazarene L 59-70

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vs. St. Xavier at Judson Clarke vs. Aurora at Rose-Hulman at Iowa Wesleyan at Webster at Harris-Stowe at SIU-Edwardsville at Concordia (Mo.) at McKendree Greenville at MacMurray Moody Bible Blackburn at Principia at Greenville Rockford MacMurray at Blackburn Principia at Westminster at Dominican (Ill.)

L 74-81 L 65-69 W 85-79 W 67-63 L 55-64 W 70-53 W 75-61 W 90-63 L 48-63 W 98-71 L 76-79 W 75-66 L 63-65 W 117-43 W 68-51 W 79-65 W 87-67 W 75-63 W 77-62 W 79-78 W 84-53 W 75-74 L 75-92

1990-91 Coach Dave Darnall 24-4 Overall Date N 17 N 20 N 28 D1 D7 D8 D 12 D 14 J 10 J 12 J 14 J 16 J 18 J 22 J 24 J 26 J 29 F2 F5 F7 F9 F 12 F 14 F 19 F 21 F 23 F 27 M2

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H: 12-0 • A: 11-4 • Opponent Trinity Christian at Concordia (Ill.) at Barat Westminster at Judson vs. Pillsbury Iowa Wesleyan at Mt. St. Claire Marian (Wis.) at SIU-Edwardsville at Concordia (Mo.) at Lake Forest Harris-Stowe McKendree at Principia at Blackburn at Moody Bible MacMurray at Hannibal-LaGrange Greenville Principia Mt. St. Claire Blackburn at Sanford-Brown at MacMurray at Greenville Dominican (Ill.) at Olivet Nazarene

N: 1-0 W-L Score W 67-49 W 64-36 W 75-54 W 86-63 L 70-72 W 83-45 W 81-45 W 95-58 W 66-64 L 64-75 W 75-48 W 74-59 W 89-66 W 75-69 L 67-75 W 80-70 W 97-69 W 90-55 W 88-67 W 88-66 W 121-53 W 101-63 W 71-66 W 100-56 W 91-60 W 74-64 W 89-70 L 83-87

1991-92 Coach Dave Darnall 25-4 Overall H: 13-1 • A: 11-2 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score N 22 Goshen L 85-97 N 23 Concordia (Ill.) W 82-54 N 28 at Trinity Christian W 79-62 D 4 Lake Forest W 101-50 D 6 St. Norbert W 62-59 D 9 at Blackburn W 68-62 D 11 at Clarke W 82-72 D 13 vs. Olivet Nazarene W 67-53 D 14 at Judson W 75-53 J 10 at Brescia W 94-69 J 13 at Westminster W 66-50 J 16 Aurora W 91-49 J 18 at Harris-Stowe W 87-58 J 21 at McKendree W 77-70 J 25 Clarke W 85-52 J 28 Moody Bible W 92-36 J 30 at Mt. St. Claire W 91-81 F 1 at SIU-Edwardsville L 46-48 F 4 Hannibal-LaGrange W 73-46 F 6 Barat W 82-51 F 8 at Greenville W 70-62 F 11 Mt. St. Claire W 99-76 F 13 at Iowa Wesleyan W 89-62 F 17 Cornell W 67-63 F 19 at Quincy L 68-80 F 22 Greenville W 82-49 F 29 Judson W 62-59 M 4 Trinity Christian W 93-41 NAIA Tournament (Stephensville, Texas) M 13 vs. George Fox L 77-85

1992-93 Coach Dave Darnall 24-5 Overall Date N 21 N 24 D2 D5 D8 D 11 D 12 D 15 D 19 J7 J 14 J 16 J 19 J 21 J 23 J 26 J 30 F2 F4 F6 F8 F 11

H: 13-0 • A: 9-4 • Opponent at Concordia (Ill.) at Rockford Clarke at Judson Blackburn vs. Defiance vs. Greenville at Sanford-Brown at Harris-Stowe Lindenwood (Mo.) at Aurora Wabash McKendree at Greenville Brescia at Moody Bible at SIU-Edwardsville Trinity at Barat at Northwestern (Wis.) at St. Norbert Iowa Wesleyan

N: 2-1 W-L Score L 64-71 W 89-86 W 94-66 W 79-70 W 103-60 L 68-69 W 82-49 W 83-49 W 106-71 W 97-71 W 76-60 W 82-71 W 67-60 L 65-80 W 85-72 W 83-37 L 46-56 W 85-56 W 77-68 W 71-42 W 66-44 W 104-62

F 15 Mt. St. Claire W 90-73 F 17 Judson W 75-68 F 20 Greenville W 86-69 F 27 Trinity Christian W 73-48 M 3 Judson W 76-73 NAIA Tournament (Nampa, Idado) M 12 vs. Tarleton St. W 63-54 M 13 at NW Nazarene L 60-69

1993-94 Coach Dave Darnall 27-4 Overall H: 12-0 • A: 11-4 • N: 4-0 Date Opponent W-L Score N 19 at Capital L 74-89 N 20 vs. Tusculum W 93-65 N 23 Rockford W 117-97 N 30 at Clarke W 70-43 D 2 Concordia (Ill.) W 105-64 D 4 at Judson W 71-58 D 7 Trinity Christian W 102-58 D 10 vs. Purdue-Calumet W 72-65 D 11 at Wabash W 90-81 D 17 at Trinity W 79-73 J 8 at Brescia L 88-89 J 10 Harris-Stowe W 126-52 J 12 Aurora W 111-60 J 15 at Lindenwood (Ill.) W 67-65 J 18 at McKendree L 70-73 J 20 Barat W 88-57 J 22 at Wabash W 88-76 J 25 Moody Bible W 100-25 J 27 at Greenville W 79-43 F 3 Judson W 79-45 F 5 at Barat W 94-56 F 12 at SIU-Edwardsville L 70-74 F 13 Westminster W 100-50 F 16 at Mt. St. Claire W 92-68 F 19 Greenville W 87-67 F 26 Judson W 75-54 M 1 Indiana Tech W 75-69 NAIA Tournament (Nampa, Idado) M 11 vs. Ohio Dominican W 92-71 M 12 vs. Wilamette W 71-65 M 14 at NW Nazarene W 83-67 M 15 vs. Northern St. W 98-95

1994-95 Coach Dennis Dighton 15-12 Overall H: 8-3 • A: 4-6 • N: 3-3 Date Opponent W-L Score vs. Wisconsin-Parkside L 50-65 at Rockford W 83-78 Clarke W 45-43 vs. Whittier W 75-62 vs. Defiance L 54-60 Judson W 71-67 vs. Goshen W 96-83 Trinity W 41-29 vs. Kenyon L 67-82 vs. Hiram L 79-82 at Aurora L 68-85

at Indiana Tech at Trinity Christian Robert Morris-Chicago at SIU-Edwardsville at Greenville Indiana Tech McKendree Judson Barat at Westminster at Barat at Robert Morris-Chicago Trinity Christian Greenville Robert Morris-Chicago at Trinity Christian

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69-95 64-67 94-76 64-83 62-58 70-79 71-74 84-72 68-58 70-57 84-70 92-61 71-81 93-79 84-47 71-81

1995-96 Coach Dennis Dighton 9-16 Overall H: 6-2 • A: 1-11 • N: 2-3 Date Opponent W-L Score at SIU-Edwardsville L 68-76 McKendree W 98-96 vs. Olivet Nazarene L 64-79 vs. Indiana Wesleyan W 82-79 at Clarke L 93-95 at Augustana L 85-99 vs. Trinity Christian L 74-93 Judson W 79-62 Westminster W 73-64 at Ripon L 72-90 at Rose-Hulman L 42-64 at McKendree L 70-104 vs. Manchester L 79-101 vs. North Central (Ill.) W 85-72 at Judson L 88-89 at Brescia L 72-74 Rockford W 91-71 at Lindenwood (Mo.) L 79-83 at Dominican (Ill.) W 80-57 Upper Iowa L 58-81 at Trinity Christian L 48-62 at Robert Morris-Chicago L 84-91 Lindenwood (Mo.) L 71-79 Brescia W 76-66 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W 80-76

1996-97 Coach Dennis Dighton 14-11 Overall 7-3 NIIC H: 8-3 • A: 4-8 • N: 2-0 Date Opponent W-L Score at Wisconsin Lutheran L 70-88 vs. Concordia (Wis.) W 77-71 at McKendree L 83-91 Ripon L 76-95 McKendree W 92-78 at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) L 50-89 at Upper Iowa L 58-85 vs. Indiana Southeast W 97-85 at Franklin L 91-97

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“TOGETHER WE WIN” 1994 NAIA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Eureka College basketball fans will never forget March 15, 1994. That was the week the Red Devils traveled to a small city in southwest Idaho and won Eureka’s first -- and to this day, only -national championship. It was arguably the finest season ever put together by a team at Eureka College. The NAIA Division II National Player of the Year. Two separate nine-game win streaks. A perfect 12-0 record in the Reagan Center. The list went on and on for the Red Devils, who won a schoolrecord 27 games on their way to claiming a 98-95 overtime victory over Northern State (S.D.) at Montgomery Fieldhouse in Nampa, Idaho for the national title. The path to the crown was not an easy one. The Red Devils defeated defending national champion Willamette (Ore.) in the quarterfinals of the national tournament to advance to the Final Four. Once there, the Red Devils were forced to play Northwest Nazarene (Idaho) in the national semifinals on its home floor. Eureka responded accordingly, coasting to a 16-point win. Eureka crushed its opposition during the season, scoring 100 points or more on six different occasions. The Red Devils outscored their opponents by an average of 22.7 points per game. Head coach Dave Darnall, who would end his 20-year run as head coach after the season as the winningest coach in the history of Eureka College with 383 career victories, was chosen as the NAIA Division II National Coach of the Year. He also earned Coach of the Year honors from NAIA College Sports Magazine and the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association. Senior Troy Tyler scored 610 points during the season to become the school’s all-time leading scorer with 2,119 points, a mark that still stands today. Senior Chris Eaton grabbed a singleseason school-record 363 rebounds to pass EC Hall of Famer Craig Gerdes as the school’s all-time leading rebounder with 925 boards, a mark that still stands today. Eaton was eventually chosen as the national player of the year, while Chris Peterson earned the national tournament’s most valuable player award. Peterson joined Tyler and Eaton as 600-point scorers during the season, as his 653 points scored still holds as Eureka’s single-season record. Darnall and the Red Devils adopted the slogan, “Together We Win”. Nearly two decades later, the 1993-94 Eureka College men’s basketball team remains the most decorated team in the history of Eureka College athletics.

Rose-Hulman W at Brescia L Benedictine W at Trinity International W Concordia (Ill.) W Aurora W Robert Morris-Chicago W at Rockford W Clarke W at Benedictine L Trinity International L at Judson W at Concordia (Ill.) W at Aurora L Rockford W Clarke L

73-67 88-99 89-86 97-81 91-72 95-89 95-71 88-81 98-83 63-92 84-91 98-88 84-76 73-92 92-80 84-90

1997-98 Coach Dennis Dighton 10-15 Overall 4-6 NIIC H: 5-5 • A: 4-8 • N: 1-2 Date Opponent W-L Score vs. Monmouth L 75-86 vs. Martin Luther W 86-57 McKendree W 80-75 at Elmhurst L 65-77 at Manchester L 64-87 Judson W 78-65 Robert Morris-Chicago L 77-89 at Franklin W 77-72 vs. Marian (Ind.) L 75-88 at Rose-Hulman L 45-85 at SIU-Edwardsville L 67-86 Brescia L 67-85 at Robert Morris-Chicago W 67-66 at McKendree L 70-75 Clarke L 54-65 at Concordia (Ill.) L 63-79 at Benedictine L 52-68 Aurora L 74-108 at Rockford W 100-83 Knox W 79-69 at Clarke W 78-74 Concordia (Ill.) W 87-77 Benedictine L 84-101 at Aurora L 86-104 Rockford W 97-83

1998-99 Coach Dennis Dighton 3-22 Overall 2-8 NIIC H: 1-10 • A: 1-11 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score at SIU-Edwardsville L 64-71 MacMurray L 80-86 McKendree L 58-65 at Teikyo Marycrest L 62-71 at Iowa Wesleyan L 70-95 Manchester L 49-66 Elmhurst L 54-93 vs. Huntington L 47-72

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W 76-55 L 71-76 L 73-75 L 48-65 L 62-73 L 69-84 L 41-71 L 92-93 W 68-59 L 69-71 L 83-90 L 47-76 L 59-73 W 82-64 L 70-74 L 82-105 L 55-71

D9 D 14 D 16 J4 J6 J 10 J 13 J 17 J 20 J 24 J 27 F3 F7 F 10 F 14 F 17 F 21

2001-02

Coach Dennis Dighton 7-17 Overall 5-5 NIIC

Coach Mike DeGeorge 5-20 Overall 2-10 NIIC Date N 16 N 20 N 24 N 25 N 28 N 30 D1 D4 D6 D8 D 11 D 14 J5 J9 J 12 J 16 J 19 J 23 J 26 F2 F6 F9 F 13 F 16 F 19

2000-01 H: 0-11 • A: 1-12 • N: 1-0 Opponent W-L Score at SIU-Edwardsville L 56-97 Elmhurst L 52-66 McKendree L 64-79 at Monmouth L 107-108 at Knox L 64-80 at Teikyo Marycrest L 66-80 Manchester L 70-73 vs. Grace W 73-68

H: 4-8 • A: 0-9 • N: 1-3 Opponent W-L Score Millikin L 64-97 Knox W 89-76 vs. Webster L 53-63 vs. Concordia (Wis.) L 49-87 at Greenville L 73-77 vs. Ripon L 65-107 vs. Northland W 67-52 Lincoln Christian W 87-85 at Fontbonne L 73-94 Teikyo Marycrest L 66-71 at Blackburn L 62-76 Augustana L 70-83 Westminster L 68-81 at Dominican (Ill.) L 55-72 Rockford L 45-92 at Concordia (Ill.) L 59-68 at Aurora L 64-79 Benedictine L 54-85 Clarke L 71-75 Dominican (Ill.) W 76-71 at Rockford L 67-83 Concordia (Ill.) L 67-71 Aurora W 70-65 at Benedictine L 71-80 at Clarke L 59-66

2002-03

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L 70-90 L 80-97 L 52-63 L 68-80 L 62-71 L 57-68 W 74-65 L 70-71 L 72-103 L 42-95 L 46-78 L 53-62 L 68-71 L 65-71 L 57-73 L 55-84 L 65-67

1999-00 H: 4-6 • A: 2-10 • N: 1-1 Date Opponent W-L Score at SIU Edwardsville L 74-88 McKendree L 76-83 Teikyo Marycrest L 60-82 at MacMurray L 64-70 at Manchester L 53-76 at Elmhurst L 60-88 Iowa Wesleyan W 72-64 vs. Marian (Ind.) L 67-74 vs. Indiana NW W 104-57 at Robert Morris-Chicago L 57-89 Millikin L 63-73 Robert Morris-Chicago L 51-75 at McKendree L 41-59 at Rockford L 58-61 Clarke W 60-57 at Rose-Hulman L 49-77 at Aurora W 65-61 Bendectine L 67-82 Rockford W 76-68 at Concordia (Ill.) L 65-67 at Clarke W 61-53 Aurora L 60-96 at Benedictine L 57-77 Concordia (Ill.) W 61-45

Date N 18 N 20 N 22 N 25 N 26 N 29 D3 D8

at Franklin McKendree at Millikin at Westminster Blackburn Dominican (Ill.) at Rockford Concordia (Ill.) Aurora at Benedictine at Clarke at Dominican (Ill.) Rockford at Concordia (Ill.) at Aurora Benedictine Clarke

Coach Mike DeGeorge 8-17 Overall 3-9 NIIC Date N 22 N 23 N 30 D1 D4 D7 D 10

H: 5-6 • A: 2-10 • N: 1-1 Opponent W-L Score vs. Denison L 47-62 vs. Messenger W 117-57 Lake Forest W 87-82 Concordia (Wis.) L 73-75 Greenville W 104-94 Blackburn L 60-63 at Millikin L 73-76

D 14 D 22 D 29 D 30 J4 J8 J 11 J 15 J 18 J 22 J 25 J 29 F1 F5 F8 F 11 F 15

at Rockford L at Augustana L at MSOE L at Marian (Wis.) L Concordia (Ill.) W Aurora L at Benedictine L at Clarke L Robert Morris-Chicago W Dominican (Ill.) L Rockford L at Concordia (Ill.) W at Aurora L Benedictine L Clarke W at Lincoln Christian W at Dominican (Ill.) L NIIC Tournament F 18 at Clarke L

57-76 47-96 65-78 81-84 74-71 48-95 70-87 69-75 86-83 60-71 72-91 61-59 70-82 71-76 88-73 81-71 74-78 67-86

2003-04 Coach Mike DeGeorge 17-10 Overall 9-3 NIIC H: 10-5 • A: 6-4 • N: 1-1 Opponent W-L Score Principia W 86-65 Westminster L 59-64 at Blackburn W 72-59 vs. Webster L 78-81 vs. Lake Forest W 75-71 Edgewood L 65-80 at Knox L 64-67 at Greenville L 67-81 Millikin L 75-87 MSOE W 81-56 Marian (Wis.) W 74-64 Rockford W 74-64 at Concordia (Ill.) W 70-56 at Aurora L 68-87 Benedictine L 73-81 Clarke W 68-63 STL Pharmacy W 83-52 at Dominican (Ill.) W 76-64 at Rockford W 77-57 Concordia (Ill.) W 74-54 Aurora L 62-66 at Benedictine W 86-82 at Clarke W 69-57 Lincoln Christian W 80-65 Dominican (Ill.) W 85-71 NIIC Tournament F 23 Dominican (Ill.) W 65-61 F 25 at Benedictine L 62-81 Date N 21 N 22 N 25 N 29 N 30 D3 D6 D8 D 12 J3 J4 J7 J 10 J 14 J 17 J 21 J 24 J 28 J 31 F4 F7 F 11 F 14 F 18 F 21

2004-05 Coach Jay Bruer 6-20 Overall 2-10 NIIC

N 27 N 28 D1 D4 D7 D 16 D 28 D 29 J3 J5 J8 J 12 J 15 J 19 J 26 J 29 F2 F5 F9 F 12 F 14 F 16 F 19

vs. Concordia (Wis.) L 73-96 vs. Lake Forest L 53-68 Principia W 83-75 at Millikin L 56-81 Greenville W 77-65 at Robert Morris-S’field L 58-73 at MSOE L 70-71 at Edgewood L 61-77 at Principia L 70-87 at Lincoln Christian W 71-70 Concordia (Ill.) W 81-74 at Dominican (Ill.) L 56-61 at Benedictine L 70-93 Rockford L 61-80 at Clarke L 78-103 at STL Pharmacy L 84-87 at Concordia (Ill.) L 51-57 Dominican (Ill.) W 67-55 Benedictine L 56-73 at Rockford L 67-94 Aurora L 56-83 at Aurora L 57-79 Clarke L 83-89 NIIC Tournament F 22 at Benedictine L 42-87

2005-06 Coach Jay Bruer 4-22 Overall 0-10 NIIC H: 2-8 • A: 2-12 • N: 0-2 Opponent W-L Score at Illinois College L 77-91 Westminster W 64-62 at Monmouth L 68-100 at Knox L 63-84 Webster W 83-76 at Blackburn L 63-91 at Greenville W 84-74 Millikin L 55-62 vs. Edgewood L 69-81 vs. MSOE L 60-78 at Westminster L 68-86 at Principia W 72-39 Concordia (Ill.) L 68-78 Robert Morris-S’field L 72-87 Benedictine L 73-87 at Aurora L 74-101 at Clarke L 75-76 at Rockford L 64-78 at Webster L 62-64 Dominican (Ill.) L 47-64 at Benedictine L 70-81 Aurora L 73-92 Clarke L 66-83 Rockford L 65-71 at Concordia (Ill.) L 71-79 NIIC Tournament F 20 at Rockford L 76-94 Date N 18 N 22 N 26 N 27 N 30 D3 D6 D 20 D 28 D 29 J3 J4 J7 J 11 J 14 J 18 J 21 J 25 J 30 F2 F4 F8 F 11 F 15 F 18

H: 5-5 • A: 1-13 • N: 0-2 Date Opponent W-L Score N 19 Illinois College W 77-71 N 23 Blackburn L 56-61

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2006-07

F 23 at Webster F 26 Lincoln Christian

Coach Jay Bruer 16-10 Overall 12-6 SLIAC (T-3rd of 10) H: 7-4 • A: 7-5 • N: 2-1 Date Opponent W-L Score N 17 at Manchester L 55-62 N 18 vs. Alma W 73-62 N 21 Knox W 83-78 N 28 North Park L 66-75 N 30 at Millikin W 68-62 D 6 Blackburn W 81-72 D 9 at Fontbonne W 75-74 J 3 at Dominican (Ill.) L 65-74 J 6 Maryville W 75-63 J 9 at Lincoln Christian W 73-69 J 12 at Webster L 57-62 J 13 at Westminster L 67-76 J 16 MacMurray L 62-69 J 20 Greenville W 90-78 J 23 at Principia W 72-56 J 27 Fontbonne W 75-59 J 30 at Blackburn W 81-76 F 1 Lincoln Christian W 71-49 F 3 at Maryville W 74-66 F 6 at MacMurray L 89-106 F 9 Webster L 68-76 F 10 Westminster L 64-81 F 17 at Greenville W 92-88 F 20 Principia W 84-78 SLIAC Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) F 23 vs. MacMurray W 95-81 F 24 vs. Fontbonne L 79-88

Date N 16 N 17 N 20 N 24 N 28 D5 D8 D 11 D 14 J5 J9 J 12 J 16 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 30 F2 F6 F9 F 13 F 16 F 20

H: 6-5 • A: 3-10 • N: 0-1 Opponent W-L Score at Wisconsin-Whitewater L 45-79 vs. North Park L 67-80 at North Park L 48-73 at Elmhurst L 51-64 Dominican (Ill.) L 48-57 Blackburn W 63-50 Principia W 67-58 Millikin L 55-67 at Knox L 64-74 at Maryville L 69-73 Fontbonne L 63-81 at Westminster L 52-66 at MacMurray W 91-87 Webster L 63-66 Greenville W 67-60 at Principia W 69-54 at Lincoln Christian L 76-93 Maryville W 71-70 at Blackburn W 69-53 at Fontbonne L 70-81 MacMurray W 88-64 Westminster L 52-58 at Greenville L 57-60

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2008-09 Coach Chip Wilde 12-13 Overall 9-7 SLIAC (T-5th of 9) Date N 19 N 21 N 22 N 26 N 29 D3 D6 D 13 D 19 D 20 J3 J7 J 10 J 17 J 21 J 24 J 28 J 31 F4 F7 F 11 F 14 F 19 F 21 F 24

2007-08 Coach Chip Wilde 9-16 Overall 8-8 SLIAC (T-5th of 9)

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H: 4-5 • A: 7-5 • N: 1-3 Opponent W-L Score at Western Illinois L 57-75 vs. Benedictine L 68-81 vs. Earlham W 64-63 Monmouth L 54-65 at Concordia (Ill.) W 50-45 Greenville L 88-95 Fontbonne L 62-75 at Millikin L 49-77 vs. Washington (Mo.) L 72-95 vs. Benedictine L 68-71 at Maryville L 72-77 at Blackburn W 78-69 Principia W 85-66 at Webster W 80-76 at MacMurray W 83-71 Westminster L 61-70 at Greenville L 76-84 at Fontbonne W 97-96 Webster W 60-55 at Principia W 79-52 Blackburn W 73-52 Maryville W 76-67 at Lincoln Christian W 87-70 at Westminster L 66-87 MacMurray L 70-80

2009-10 Coach Chip Wilde 17-10 Overall 10-6 SLIAC (T-3rd of 9) Date N 18 N 21 N 25 N 28 D2 D5 D 10 D 15 D 19 J2 J6 J9 J 13 J 16 J 20 J 23 J 27 J 30 F3 F6 F 11 F 13

H: 9-3 • A: 7-7 • N: 1-0 Opponent W-L Score at Rockford W 91-90 at Eastern Illinois L 64-93 at Monmouth L 64-73 Concordia (Ill.) L 57-74 at MacMurray W 86-71 Millikin W 71-57 Greenville W 98-87 Knox W 88-57 at Dominican (Ill.) W 70-67 at Fontbonne W 77-71 at Webster L 56-64 Spalding W 72-58 at Lincoln Christian W 86-84 at Westminster L 68-72 at Blackburn W 109-105 Principia W 93-67 MacMurray L 93-95 Fontbonne L 93-94 Blackburn W 84-78 Webster W 76-62 at Principia W 75-62 at Spalding L 75-79

F 17 Lincoln Christian W 80-64 F 20 Westminster W 82-56 F 23 at Greenville L 88-91 SLIAC Tournament (Fulton, Mo.) F 25 vs. MacMurray W 98-78 F 27 at Westminster L 67-74

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J 28 at Greenville W 101-97 F 1 Blackburn W 88-59 F 4 at Webster W 83-80 F 8 Lincoln Christian W 99-70 F 11 Fontbonne W 86-71 F 18 at Westminster L 74-76 F 21 at MacMurray L 62-76 SLIAC Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) F 23 vs. Westminster L 60-74

Coach Chip Wilde 4-21 Overall 2-14 SLIAC (9th of 9) Date N 16 N 20 N 23 N 27 N 30 D4 D8 D 15 D 18 J4 J6 J8 J 12 J 15 J 20 J 22 J 26 J 29 F5 F9 F 12 F 14 F 16 F 19 F 22

H: 3-8 • A: 1-13 Opponent W-L Score at Knox L 60-75 Rockford L 73-76 Rose-Hulman L 46-54 at Minnesota St. L 44-120 Principia L 87-90 at Webster L 52-64 at Concordia (Ill.) WF 2-0 at Robert Morris-S’field L 52-78 at Illinois-Springfield L 52-95 at Fontbonne L 57-59 at Greenville L 75-89 Westminster L 47-64 at Spalding L 43-58 MacMurray L 48-58 Lincoln Christian W 74-71 at Blackburn L 63-89 Spalding L 47-81 Webster L 58-63 Fontbonne W 84-76 at Lincoln Christian L 54-78 at Principia L 67-82 Greenville L 55-60 Blackburn W 92-73 at Westminster L 66-91 at MacMurray L 63-76

2011-12 Coach Chip Wilde 15-11 Overall 11-5 SLIAC (T-2nd of 9) Date N 15 N 19 N 23 N 26 N 30 D3 D7 D 14 D 15 D 27 J4 J7 J 10 J 14 J 16 J 18 J 21 J 25

H: 9-2 • A: 6-8 • N: 0-1 Opponent W-L Score North Park W 81-76 at Rockford L 94-99 at Eastern Illinois L 56-87 at Central L 56-59 Greenville W 101-90 Principia W 85-57 at Lincoln Christian W 78-73 Robert Morris-S’field W 96-90 at Rose-Hulman L 70-92 at Western Illinois L 52-73 at Spalding L 64-70 Westminster W 87-77 Webster L 83-99 at Fontbonne W 87-74 Spalding W 63-61 at Blackburn W 84-62 at Principia W 88-55 MacMurray L 60-64

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Record 2-9 9-5 7-9 4-13 17-1 14-0 10-7 8-9 8-12 13-4 8-9 2-14 3-9 4-9 9-8 5-7 4-11 5-9 6-7 7-11 9-8 14-7 12-10 6-10 No Team No Team 8-3 18-5 11-9 15-5 16-5 6-14 7-14 7-15 2-15 8-13 11-10 7-11 7-10 4-15 8-9 11-8 11-5 14-7 13-8 12-11 14-6 12-11 10-16 9-19 11-12 10-13 8-13 5-19 9-13 9-16 19-6 20-7

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Head Coach George Pritchard George Pritchard Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Oscar Hankner Oscar Hankner Harold Ave Harold Ave Harold Ave C.F. “Cap” Crossley

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Harold Borrow Harold Borrow Harold Borrow Paul LaVinn Paul LaVinn Paul LaVinn Paul LaVinn Harold “Spud” Owen Harold “Spud” Owen Harold “Spud” Owen Harold “Spud” Owen Dale “Doc” Moore Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Leo “Doc” Traister Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall

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

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

Conference ------------7-3 PCC 7-3 PCC 10-0 PCC 9-1 PCC 5-5 PCC 8-2 PCC 7-1 PCC 7-1 PCC ------6-4 CCAC --7-3 NIIC 4-6 NIIC 2-8 NIIC 5-5 NIIC 1-11 NIIC 2-10 NIIC 3-9 NIIC 9-3 NIIC 2-10 NIIC 0-10 NIIC 12-6 SLIAC 8-8 SLIAC 9-7 SLIAC 10-6 SLIAC 2-14 SLIAC 11-5 SLIAC

Head Coach Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dave Darnall Dennis Dighton Dennis Dighton Dennis Dighton Dennis Dighton Dennis Dighton Dennis Dighton Mike DeGeorge Mike DeGeorge Mike DeGeorge Mike DeGeorge Jay Bruer Jay Bruer Jay Bruer Chip Wilde Chip Wilde Chip Wilde Chip Wilde Chip Wilde

All-time Record: 1,026-979 (.512) NCAA Division III Record (Since 1978): 493-398 (.553) Exclusive NCAA Division III Record (Since 1996): 149-258 (.366) Head Coach George Pritchard Ralph McKinzie Oscar Hankner Harold Ave C.F. “Cap” Crossley Harold Borrow Paul LaVinn Harold “Spud” Owen Dale “Doc” Moore Leo “Doc” Traister Dave Darnall Dennis Dighton Mike DeGeorge Jay Bruer Chip Wilde Totals

Seasons 1919-21 1921-37 1937-39 1939-42 1942-43 1945-48 1948-52 1952-56 1956-57 1957-74 1974-94 1994-00 2000-04 2004-07 2007-Present

Record 11-14 121-131 13-18 25-25 6-10 37-17 44-38 28-53 7-11 168-195 383-151 58-93 32-70 26-52 57-71 1,026-979

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Date 1-12-84 1-10-85 1-15-86

Aurora Reagan Center Reagan Center Aurora Aurora Reagan Center

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BARAT

1-2 Overall

8-0 Overall

H: 1-0 • A: 0-2 Location W-L Score Anderson L 65-73 Anderson L 72-83 Reagan Center W 78-69

AUBURN-MONTGOMERY 0-1 Overall Date 3-12-87

1-14-04 2-7-04 2-14-05 2-16-05 1-18-06 2-8-06

N: 0-1 Location W-L Score *Kansas City, Mo. L 54-85

Date 11-29-89 11-28-90 2-6-92 2-4-93 1-20-94 2-5-94 94-95 94-95

L 68-87 L 62-66 L 56-83 L 57-79 L 74-101 L 73-92

H: 4-0 • A: 4-0 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 149-37 Lake Forest W 75-54 Reagan Center W 82-51 Lake Forest W 77-68 Reagan Center W 88-57 Lake Forest W 94-56 Reagan Center W 68-58 Lake Forest W 84-70

BENEDICTINE AUGUSTANA 0-3 Overall H: 0-1 • A: 0-2 Date Location W-L Score 95-96 Rock Island L 85-99 12-14-01 Reagan Center L 70-83 12-22-02 Rock Island L 47-96

AURORA 15-19 Overall H: 8-8 • A: 6-11 • Date Location 12-3-74 Reagan Center 12-2-75 Aurora 11-30-76 Reagan Center 11-29-77 Aurora 11-28-78 Reagan Center 1-9-80 Aurora 12-9-80 Reagan Center 12-8-81 Aurora 12-10-88 Aurora 12-8-89 *Terre Haute, Ind. 1-16-92 Reagan Center 1-14-93 Aurora 1-12-94 Reagan Center 94-95 Aurora 96-97 Reagan Center 96-97 Aurora 97-98 Reagan Center 97-98 Aurora 98-99 Reagan Center 98-99 Aurora 99-00 Aurora 99-00 Reagan Center 1-20-01 Reagan Center 2-14-01 Aurora 1-19-02 Aurora 2-13-02 Reagan Center 1-8-03 Reagan Center 2-1-03 Aurora

N: 1-0 W-L Score W 70-48 W 78-71 W 61-60 W 92-68 W 95-70 W 71-69 W 87-65 L 81-89 W 91-65 W 67-63 W 91-49 W 76-60 W 111-60 L 68-85 W 95-89 L 73-92 L 74-108 L 86-104 L 83-90 L 82-105 W 65-61 L 60-96 L 72-103 L 57-73 L 64-79 W 70-65 L 48-95 L 70-82

2-23 Overall H: 1-9 • A: 1-11 • N: 0-2 Date Location W-L Score 12-17-74 Lisle L 55-65 96-97 Reagan Center W 89-86 96-97 Lisle L 63-92 97-98 Lisle L 52-68 97-98 Reagan Center L 84-101 98-99 Lisle L 47-76 98-99 Reagan Center L 55-71 99-00 Reagan Center L 67-82 99-00 Lisle L 57-77 1-24-01 Lisle L 42-95 2-17-01 Reagan Center L 55-84 1-23-02 Reagan Center L 54-85 2-16-02 Lisle L 71-80 1-11-03 Lisle L 70-87 2-5-03 Reagan Center L 71-76 1-17-04 Reagan Center L 73-81 2-11-04 Lisle W 86-82 2-25-04 Lisle L 62-81 1-15-05 Lisle L 70-93 2-9-05 Reagan Center L 56-73 2-22-05 Lisle L 42-87 1-14-06 Reagan Center L 73-87 2-4-06 Lisle L 70-81 11-21-08 *Jacksonville, Ill. L 68-81 12-20-08 *Elmhurst, Ill. L 68-71

Date 1-18-75 2-22-75 1-17-76 2-14-76 1-15-77 2-12-77 1-21-78 2-11-78 1-22-83 2-15-83 2-8-84 2-18-84 1-31-85 2-15-85 2-1-86 2-18-86 1-17-87 2-5-87 1-21-88 2-6-88 1-28-89 2-16-89 2-1-90 2-17-90 1-26-91 2-14-91 12-9-91 12-8-92 1-6-01 12-11-01 12-7-02 11-25-03 11-23-04 12-3-05 12-6-06 1-30-07 12-5-07 2-6-08 1-7-09 2-11-09 1-20-10 2-3-10 1-22-11 2-16-11 1-18-12 2-1-12

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H: 17-5 • A: 15-9 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 82-51 Carlinville L 63-70 Carlinville W 63-45 Carlinville W 79-65 Reagan Center W 77-67 Carlinville W 81-68 Carlinville W 83-63 Reagan Center W 85-55 Reagan Center L 74-79 Carlinville L 61-73 Reagan Center W 68-46 Carlinville L 50-76 Carlinville L 52-61 Reagan Center L 81-83 Reagan Center W 77-50 Carlinville W 54-52 Carlinville W 78-74 Reagan Center W 89-59 Reagan Center W 79-74 Carlinville L 77-80 Carlinville L 60-64 Reagan Center W 72-60 Reagan Center W 68-51 Carlinville W 79-78 Carlinville W 80-70 Reagan Center W 71-66 Carlinville W 68-62 Reagan Center W 103-60 Reagan Center L 62-71 Carlinville L 62-76 Reagan Center L 60-63 Carlinville W 72-59 Reagan Center L 56-61 Carlinville L 63-91 Reagan Center W 81-72 Carlinville W 81-76 Reagan Center W 63-50 Carlinville W 69-53 Carlinville W 78-69 Reagan Center W 73-52 Carlinville W 109-105 Reagan Center W 84-78 Carlinville L 63-89 Reagan Center W 92-73 Carlinville W 84-62 Reagan Center W 88-59

3-5 Overall

0-1 Overall Date 1-3-75

CAPITAL

32-14 Overall

BRESCIA

BEREA A: 0-1 Location Berea

BLACKBURN

W-L Score L 85-100

Date 1-10-92 1-23-93 1-8-94 95-96 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99

H: 2-1 • A: 1-4 Location W-L Score Owensboro W 94-69 Reagan Center W 85-72 Owensboro L 88-89 Owensboro L 72-74 Reagan Center W 76-66 Owensboro L 88-99 Reagan Center L 67-85 Owensboro L 48-65

A: 0-1 Date Location 11-19-93 Columbus

W-L Score L 74-89

CARDINAL-STRITCH 3-0 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 1-0 • Date Location 12-11-81 Milwaukee 1-13-83 Reagan Center 11-18-83 *Rockford, Ill.

N: 1-0 W-L Score W 79-65 W 99-67 W 79-68

CARROLL 1-1 Overall Date 12-3-82 12-2-83

N: 1-1 Location *Elgin, Ill. *Elgin, Ill.

W-L Score L 69-75 W 64-59

CENTRAL 0-1 Overall A: 0-1 Date Location 11-26-11 Pella

W-L Score L 56-59

CENTRAL METHODIST 0-1 Overall A: 0-1 Date Location 11-26-77 Fayette

W-L Score L 100-106

CHICAGO 1-0 Overall A: 1-0 Date Location 12-19-79 Chicago

W-L Score W 91-69

CLARKE 14-16 Overall Date 12-9-87 12-7-88 12-6-89 12-11-91 1-25-92 12-2-92 11-30-93 94-95 95-96 96-97 96-97 97-98 97-98 98-99 98-99

H: 9-7 • A: 5-9 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 72-70 Dubuque L 83-84 Reagan Center W 85-79 Dubuque W 82-72 Reagan Center W 85-52 Reagan Center W 94-66 Dubuque W 70-43 Reagan Center W 45-43 Dubuque L 93-95 Reagan Center W 98-83 Reagan Center L 84-90 Reagan Center L 54-65 Dubuque W 78-74 Dubuque L 69-71 Reagan Center L 70-74

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 99-00 99-00 1-27-01 2-21-01 1-26-02 2-19-02 1-15-03 2-8-03 2-18-03 1-21-04 2-14-04 1-26-05 2-19-05 1-21-06 2-11-06

Reagan Canter Dubuque Dubuque Reagan Center Reagan Center Dubuque Dubuque Reagan Center Dubuque Reagan Center Dubuque Dubuque Reagan Center Dubuque Reagan Center

W 60-57 W 61-53 L 46-78 L 65-67 L 71-75 L 59-66 L 69-75 W 88-73 L 67-86 W 68-63 W 69-57 L 78-103 L 83-89 L 75-76 L 66-83

1-4-03 1-29-03 1-10-04 2-4-04 1-8-05 2-2-05 1-7-06 2-18-06 11-29-08 11-28-09 12-8-10

Reagan Center River Forest River Forest Reagan Center Reagan Center River Forest Reagan Center River Forest River Forest Reagan Center River Forest

74-71 61-59 70-56 74-54 81-74 51-57 68-78 71-79 50-45 57-74 2-0

CONCORDIA (Mich.) W-L Score W 59-54

0-1 Overall Date 1-25-75

H: 0-1 Location W-L Score Reagan Center L 72-75

COLUMBIA (Mo.) 1-0 Overall N: 1-0 Date Location 11-25-77 *Fayette, Mo.

W-L Score W 72-60

CONCORDIA (Ill.) 29-11 Overall Date 2-22-78 2-24-79 2-21-80 2-25-81 11-24-81 11-30-82 11-29-83 11-27-84 11-26-85 11-25-86 1-10-87 11-24-87 11-22-88 11-21-89 11-20-90 11-23-91 11-21-92 12-2-93 96-97 96-97 97-98 97-98 98-99 98-99 99-00 99-00 1-17-01 2-10-01 1-16-02 2-9-02

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H: 15-5 • A: 14-6 Location W-L Score Reagan Center L 61-63 River Forest W 78-77 Reagan Center W 91-54 River Forest W 80-78 Reagan Center W 71-66 River Forest W 76-50 Reagan Center W 68-60 River Forest W 87-60 Reagan Center W 85-45 River Forest W 64-47 River Forest W 70-60 Reagan Center W 74-70 River Forest W 72-61 Reagan Center W 70-53 River Forest W 64-36 Reagan Center W 82-54 River Forest L 64-71 Reagan Center W 105-64 Reagan Center W 91-72 River Forest W 84-76 River Forest L 63-79 Reagan Center W 87-77 River Forest W 68-59 Reagan Center W 82-64 River Forest L 65-67 Reagan Center W 61-45 Reagan Center L 70-71 River Forest L 65-71 River Forest L 59-68 Reagan Center L 67-71

DENISON

CONCORDIA (Mo.) 3-1 Overall Date 12-9-75 1-9-88 1-15-90 1-14-91

A: 3-1 Location St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis

W-L Score W 84-63 L 89-97 W 98-71 W 75-48

CONCORDIA (Wis.) 1-4 Overall H: 0-1 • A: 0-1 • N: 1-2 Date Location W-L Score 12-16-78 Milwaukee L 46-52 96-97 *Milwaukee, Wis. W 77-71 11-25-01 *Lake Forest, Ill. L 49-87 12-1-02 Reagan Center L 73-75 11-27-04 *St. Louis, Mo. L 73-96

CORNELL 1-0 Overall Date 2-17-92

H: 1-0 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 67-63

N: 0-1 Date Location 11-22-02 *Fulton, Mo.

0-3 Overall W-L Score L 47-62

DePAUW

1-1 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 12-14-74 Canton L 54-84 1-21-75 Reagan Center W 89-79

Date 2-4-82 2-3-83

DOMINICAN (Ill.) 12-11 Overall H: 7-4 • A: 4-6 • Date Location 2-23-81 Reagan Center 1-28-82 River Forest 2-1-83 Reagan Center 11-29-85 *Elgin, Ill. 12-2-88 *Elgin, Ill. 2-28-90 River Forest 2-27-91 Reagan Center 95-96 River Forest 1-10-01 Reagan Center 2-3-01 RIver Forest 1-9-02 River Forest 2-2-02 Reagan Center 1-22-03 Reagan Center 2-15-03 River Forest 1-28-04 River Forest 2-21-04 Reagan Center 2-23-04 Reagan Center 1-12-05 River Forest 2-5-05 Reagan Center 2-2-06 Reagan Center 1-3-07 River Forest 11-28-07 Reagan Center 12-19-09 River Forest

N: 1-1 W-L Score W 86-54 W 19-4 W 94-67 L 64-66 W 84-67 L 75-92 W 89-70 W 80-57 L 57-68 L 52-62 L 55-72 W 76-71 L 60-71 L 74-78 W 76-64 W 85-71 W 65-61 L 56-61 W 67-55 L 47-64 L 65-74 L 48-57 W 70-67

EARLHAM A: 0-1 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 1-9-85 Richmond L 69-77 11-22-08 *Jacksonville, Ill. W 64-63

0-2 Overall N: 0-2 Date Location W-L Score 12-11-92 *Franklin, Ind. L 68-69 94-95 *Terre Haute, Ind. L 54-60

ELMHURST 0-5 Overall H: 0-2 • A: 0-3 Date Location W-L Score 97-98 Elmhurst L 65-77 98-99 Reagan Center L 54-93 99-00 Elmhurst L 60-88 11-20-00 Reagan Center L 52-66 11-24-07 Elmhurst L 51-64

FONTBONNE 7-7 Overall H: 3-3 • A: 4-3 • Date Location 12-6-01 St. Louis 12-9-06 St. Louis 1-27-07 Reagan Center 2-24-07 *St. Louis, Mo. 1-9-08 Reagan Center 2-9-08 St. Louis 12-6-08 Reagan Center 1-31-09 St. Louis 1-2-10 St. Louis 1-30-10 Reagan Center 1-4-11 St. Louis 2-5-11 Reagan Center 1-14-12 St. Louis 2-11-12 Reagan Center

N: 0-1 W-L Score L 73-94 W 75-74 W 75-59 L 79-88 L 63-81 L 70-81 L 62-75 W 97-96 W 77-71 L 93-94 L 57-59 W 84-76 W 87-74 W 86-71

FRANKLIN 1-2 Overall Date 96-97 97-98 12-9-00

A: 1-2 Location Franklin Franklin Franklin

W-L Score L 91-97 W 77-72 L 70-90

GEORGE FOX 0-1 Overall

EASTERN ILLINOIS 0-2 Overall

DEFIANCE

H: 0-1 • A: 0-1 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 12-3-03 Reagan Center L 65-80 12-29-04 Madison L 61-77 12-28-05 *Lisle, Ill. L 69-81

1-1 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 0-1 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 79-68 Greencastle L 57-61

1-1 Overall

CULVER-STOCKTON

EDGEWOOD

0-1 Overall

1-0 Overall N: 1-0 Date Location 11-28-87 *Marion, Ind.

COE

W W W W W L L L W L WF

A: 0-2 Date Location 11-21-09 Charleston 11-23-11 Charleston

W-L Score L 64-93 L 56-87

Date 3-13-92

N: 0-1 Location W-L Score *Stephensville, Texas L 77-85

GEORGE WILLIAMS 7-1 Overall H: 4-0 • A: 2-1 • Date Location 2-27-78 Reagan Center 12-6-78 Williams Bay 1-22-80 Reagan Center 12-6-80 *Elgin, Ill.

N: 1-0 W-L Score W 89-59 W 69-60 W 74-57 W 84-61

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Williams Bay W 101-91 Reagan Center W 80-65 Williams Bay L 45-55 Reagan Center W 72-48

GOSHEN 1-1 Overall H: 0-1 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 11-22-91 Reagan Center L 85-97 94-95 *Normal, Ill. W 96-83

GRACE 2-1 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 0-1 • Date Location 2-10-79 Reagan Center 12-7-79 Winona Lake 12-8-00 *Franklin, Ind.

N: 1-0 W-L Score W 60-54 L 70-91 W 73-68

GRACELAND 0-1 Overall A: 0-1 Date Location 11-21-87 Lamoni

W-L Score L 53-66

GRAND RAPIDS BAPTIST 2-0 Overall N: 2-0 Date Location 11-17-78 *Elgin, Ill. 12-5-86 *Wheaton, Ill.

W-L Score W 92-57 W 79-60

GREENVILLE 46-17 Overall H: 24-5 • A: 20-10 • N: 2-2 Date Location W-L Score 1-14-75 Greenville W 94-83 2-8-75 Reagan Center W 72-66 1-13-76 Reagan Center W 94-68 2-7-76 Greenville W 72-63 1-11-77 Greenville W 61-50 2-5-77 Reagan Center L 34-37 1-16-78 Reagan Center L 67-74 2-4-78 Greenville L 46-58 1-18-79 Greenville W 55-54 2-3-79 Reagan Center W 90-50 12-1-79 Reagan Center W 71-59 2-2-80 Greenville L 74-76 12-5-80 *Elgin, Ill. L 67-82 1-20-81 Greenville L 66-67 1-30-81 *Elsah, Ill. L 75-77 2-7-81 Reagan Center W 94-84 1-19-82 Reagan Center W 66-51 2-20-82 Greenville W 59-46 1-18-83 Greenville W 81-53 2-19-83 Reagan Center W 74-59 2-4-84 Greenville W 64-41 2-25-84 Reagan Center W 67-44 1-24-85 Greenville W 62-35

2-9-85 1-25-86 2-13-86 11-29-86 1-29-87 2-14-87 1-30-88 2-18-88 1-21-89 2-8-89 1-25-90 2-10-90 2-7-91 2-23-91 2-8-92 2-22-92 12-12-92 1-21-93 2-20-93 1-27-94 2-19-94 94-95 94-95 11-28-01 12-4-02 12-8-03 12-7-04 12-6-05 1-20-07 2-17-07 1-23-08 2-20-08 12-3-08 1-28-09 12-10-09 2-23-10 1-6-11 2-14-11 11-30-11 1-28-12

Reagan Center Reagan Center Greenville *Elgin, Ill. Greenville Reagan Center Reagan Center Greenville Greenville Reagan Center Reagan Center Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Greenville Reagan Center *Franklin, Ind. Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Reagan Center Greenville Greenville Reagan Center Reagan Center Greenville

W 96-50 W 69-55 W 51-50 W 61-37 W 73-47 W 94-61 L 73-76 W 61-58 W 72-63 W 74-51 W 75-66 W 87-67 W 88-66 W 74-64 W 70-62 W 82-49 W 82-49 L 65-80 W 86-69 W 79-43 W 87-67 W 62-58 W 93-79 L 73-77 W 104-94 L 67-81 W 77-65 W 84-74 W 90-78 W 92-88 W 67-60 L 57-60 L 88-95 L 76-84 W 98-87 L 88-91 L 75-89 L 55-60 W 101-90 W 101-97

HARRIS-STOWE

ILLINOIS-SPRINGFIELD 0-1 Overall

17-1 Overall H: 9-0 • A: 8-0 • Date Location 1-2-76 St. Louis 1-28-77 Reagan Center 12-2-78 Reagan Center 1-16-80 St. Louis 1-14-81 Reagan Center 1-15-82 St. Louis 2-17-83 Reagan Center 12-10-83 *Chicago, Ill. 1-17-85 Reagan Center 2-21-86 St. Louis 2-17-87 Reagan Center 2-16-88 St. Louis 2-21-89 Reagan Center 12-16-89 St. Louis 1-18-91 Reagan Center 1-18-92 St. Louis 12-19-92 St. Louis 1-10-94 Reagan Center

N: 0-1 W-L Score W 72-70 W 74-59 W 97-63 W 81-60 W 74-56 W 46-45 W 68-53 L 56-61 W 88-72 W 93-54 W 100-62 W 85-76 W 118-79 W 90-63 W 89-66 W 87-58 W 106-71 W 126-52

A: 0-1 Date Location 12-18-10 Springfield

ILLINOIS TECH 3-0 Overall H: 1-0 • N: 2-0 Date Location W-L Score 11-28-75 *Lebanon, Ill. W 73-70 11-15-76 *Oakland City, Ind. W 102-80 2-28-87 Reagan Center W 80-60

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 0-1 Overall Date 3-5-83

N: 1-0 Location W-L Score *Franklin, Ind. W 104-57

Date 94-95

N: 0-1 Location W-L Score *Defiance, Ohio L 79-82

Date 99-00

INDIANA SOUTHEAST HUNTINGTON

1-1 Overall

0-2 Overall Date 1-13-84 98-99

A: 0-1 • N: 0-1 Location W-L Score Huntington L 71-78 *Franklin, Ind. L 47-72

Date 1-12-85 96-97

3-0 Overall Date 11-19-82 11-19-83 12-23-84

N: 3-0 Location *Rockford, Ill. *Rockford, Ill. *Rockford, Ill.

W-L Score W 77-66 W 73-71 W 54-52

HANNIBAL-LaGRANGE 2-0 Overall Date 2-5-91 2-4-92

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H: 1-0 • A: 1-0 Location W-L Score Hannibal W 88-67 Reagan Center W 73-46

A: 0-1 • N: 1-0 Location W-L Score New Albany L 65-69 *Franklin, Ind. W 97-85

INDIANA TECH ILLINOIS-CHICAGO

1-2 Overall

Date 12-3-76 12-8-77

H: 1-0 • A: 0-1 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 71-57 Chicago L 69-81

ILLINOIS COLLEGE

Date 3-1-94 94-95 94-95

H: 3-2 • A: 1-4 • Date Location 12-13-74 Reagan Center 2-18-75 Jacksonville 1-27-76 Jacksonville 2-17-76 Reagan Center 1-25-77 Jacksonville 2-15-77 Reagan Center 1-24-78 Reagan Center 2-14-78 Jacksonville 12-12-86 *Terre Haute, Ind. 11-19-04 Reagan Center 11-18-05 Jacksonville

N: 1-0 W-L Score W 79-71 L 70-72 L 65-68 L 41-49 W 62-57 W 57-53 L 66-73 L 49-52 W 87-78 W 77-71 L 77-91

H: 1-1 • A: 0-1 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 75-69 Fort Wayne L 69-95 Reagan Center L 70-79

INDIANA WESLEYAN 2-0 Overall

5-6 Overall

HAMLINE

W-L Score L 68-82

1-0 Overall

0-1 Overall

GRINNELL N: 2-0 Date Location W-L Score 11-24-78 *Oskaloosa, Iowa W 74-56 12-18-79 *Chicago, Ill. W 85-47

A: 0-1 Location Bloomington

INDIANA NORTHWEST HIRAM

1-1 Overall 2-0 Overall

W-L Score L 52-95

Date 12-8-79 95-96

A: 1-0 • N: 1-0 Location W-L Score Marion W 73-68 *Oshkosh, Wis. W 82-79

IOWA WESLEYAN 18-10 Overall Date 12-7-74 2-1-75 1-31-76 2-3-77 2-2-78

H: 14-1 • A: 4-9 Location W-L Score Mt. Pleasant L 60-89 Reagan Center L 69-72 Reagan Center W 79-61 Mt. Pleasant W 82-77 Reagan Center W 77-64

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 2-1-79 2-15-79 1-31-80 2-14-80 1-22-81 2-19-81 1-22-82 2-18-82 1-20-83 2-5-83 1-26-84 2-14-84 2-12-85 11-23-85 2-3-87 2-2-88 12-14-88 12-13-89 12-12-90 2-13-92 2-11-93 98-99 99-00

Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center Reagan Center Mt. Pleasant Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center Reagan Center Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center Mt. Pleasant Reagan Center

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

72-74 68-54 94-71 59-61 71-73 102-66 63-68 73-65 58-70 102-78 68-69 94-84 114-65 72-54 75-61 78-89 92-62 70-53 81-45 89-62 104-62 70-95 72-64

KNOX 5-7 Overall Date 12-11-75 2-8-77 97-98 98-99 11-26-00 11-20-01 12-6-03 11-27-05 11-21-06 12-14-07 12-15-09 11-16-10

LAKELAND 0-1 Overall Date 1-26-80

JUDSON Date 11-28-78 12-15-79 12-5-81 12-3-83 21-1-84 11-30-85 11-28-86 12-4-87 12-3-88 12-2-89 12-7-90 12-14-91 2-29-92 12-5-92 2-17-93 3-3-93 12-4-93 2-3-94 2-26-94 94-95 94-95 95-96 95-96 96-97 97-98

A: 0-1 Location Sheyboygan

W-L Score L 70-80

LAKE FOREST

22-3 Overall H: 10-0 • A: 12-3 Location W-L Score Elgin W 72-68 Reagan Center W 81-68 Elgin W 76-59 Elgin W 70-68 Elgin W 63-43 Elgin W 63-54 Elgin W 70-51 Elgin W 67-66 Elgin W 69-66 Elgin L 65-69 Elgin L 70-72 Elgin W 75-53 Reagan Center W 62-59 Elgin W 79-70 Reagan Center W 75-68 Reagan Center W 76-73 Elgin W 71-58 Reagan Center W 79-45 Reagan Center W 75-54 Reagan Center W 71-67 Reagan Center W 84-72 Reagan Center W 79-62 Elgin L 88-89 Elgin W 98-88 Reagan Center W 78-65

H: 5-0 • A: 0-7 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 80-76 Galesburg L 66-84 Reagan Center W 79-69 Galesburg L 69-84 Galesburg L 64-80 Reagan Center W 89-76 Galesburg L 64-67 Galesburg L 63-84 Reagan Center W 83-78 Galesburg L 64-74 Reagan Center W 88-57 Galesburg L 60-75

4-1 Overall H: 2-0 • A: 1-0 • Date Location 1-16-91 Lake Forest 12-4-91 Reagan Center 11-30-02 Reagan Center 11-30-03 *Mequon, Wis. 11-28-04 *St. Louis, Mo.

N: 1-1 W-L Score W 74-59 W 101-50 W 87-82 W 75-71 L 53-68

LINDENWOOD (Ill.) 1-0 Overall Date 1-15-94

A: 1-0 Location Belleville

W-L Score W 67-65

LINDENWOOD (Mo.) 6-2 Overall Date 1-17-81 1-16-82 1-15-83 1-11-86 2-21-87 1-7-93 95-96 95-96

H: 4-1 • A: 2-1 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 78-69 St. Charles W 80-64 Reagan Center W 98-62 St. Charles W 96-63 Reagan Center W 104-72 Reagan Center W 97-71 St. Charles L 79-83 Reagan Center L 71-79

KENYON 0-1 Overall Date 94-95

N: 0-1 Location W-L Score *Defianco, Ohio L 67-82

LINCOLN CHRISTIAN 17-2 Overall Date 1-16-76 2-3-76 12-7-76

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H: 9-0 • A: 8-2 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 90-61 Lincoln W 59-49 Lincoln W 68-38

1-18-77 12-4-01 2-11-03 2-18-04 1-5-05 1-9-07 2-1-07 1-30-08 2-26-08 2-19-09 1-13-10 2-17-10 1-20-11 2-9-11 12-7-11 2-8-12

Reagan Center Reagan Center Lincoln Reagan Center Lincoln Lincoln Reagan Center Lincoln Reagan Center Lincoln Lincoln Reagan Center Reagan Center Lincoln Lincoln Reagan Center

W 115-58 W 87-85 W 81-71 W 80-65 W 71-70 W 73-69 W 71-49 L 76-93 W 88-72 W 87-70 W 86-84 W 80-64 W 74-71 L 54-78 W 78-73 W 99-70

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MANCHESTER 0-6 Overall H: 0-2 • A: 0-3 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 95-96 *Defiance, Ohio L 79-101 97-98 N. Manchester L 64-87 98-99 Reagan Center L 49-66 99-00 N. Manchester L 53-76 12-3-00 Reagan Center L 70-73 11-17-06 N. Manchester L 55-62

MARANATHA BAPTIST 6-0 Overall

MacMURRAY 23-20 Overall H: 14-7 • A: 7-13 • N: 2-0 Date Location W-L Score 1-26-75 Jacksonville L 51-52 2-6-75 Reagan Center W 75-64 1-24-76 Reagan Center W 90-72 2-21-76 Jacksonville L 73-97 1-22-77 Jacksonville W 71-55 2-19-77 Reagan Center W 50-42 1-13-78 Reagan Center W 60-54 2-18-78 Jacksonville L 89-95 2-17-79 Jacksonville W 84-78 2-17-80 Reagan Center W 71-50 1-26-83 Jacksonville W 88-76 2-12-83 Reagan Center W 96-74 2-11-84 Jacksonville L 65-69 2-21-84 Reagan Center L 42-44 1-26-85 Reagan Center W 63-59 2-13-85 Jacksonville L 83-97 1-30-86 Jacksonville W 71-55 2-15-86 Reagan Center W 80-69 1-31-87 Reagan Center W 81-72 2-19-87 Jacksonville L 64-73 1-16-88 Jacksonville L 69-74 2-4-88 Reagan Center W 77-61 1-26-89 Reagan Center W 70-57 2-11-89 Jacksonville L 64-69 1-27-90 Jacksonville L 63-65 2-15-90 Reagan Center W 77-62 2-2-91 Reagan Center W 90-55 2-21-91 Jacksonville W 91-60 98-99 Reagan Center L 80-86 99-00 Jacksonville L 64-70 1-16-07 Reagan Center L 62-69 2-6-07 Jacksonville L 89-106 2-23-07 *St. Louis, Mo. W 95-81 1-16-08 Jacksonville W 91-87 2-13-08 Reagan Center W 88-64 1-21-09 Jacksonville W 83-71 2-24-09 Reagan Center L 70-80 12-2-09 Jacksonville W 86-71 1-27-10 Reagan Center L 93-95 2-25-10 *Fulton, Mo. W 98-78 1-15-11 Reagan Center L 48-58 2-22-11 Jacksonville L 63-76 1-25-12 Reagan Center L 60-64

H: 3-0 • A: 3-0 Date Location W-L Score 2-14-81 Reagan Center W 82-65 12-12-81 Watertown W 77-63 12-11-82 Watertown W 81-72 2-17-84 Reagan Center W 85-61 12-14-84 Watertown W 81-67 12-7-85 Reagan Center W 105-67

MARIAN (Ind.) 0-2 Overall Date 97-98 99-00

N: 0-2 Location W-L Score *Franklin, Ind. L 75-88 *Franklin, Ind. L 67-74

MARIAN (Wis.) 3-1 Overall H: 3-0 • A: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 12-6-85 Reagan Center W 99-74 1-10-91 Reagan Center W 66-64 12-30-02 Fon du Lac L 81-84 1-4-04 Reagan Center W 74-64

MARTIN LUTHER 1-0 Overall Date 97-98

N: 1-0 Location *Ripon, Wis.

W-L Score W 86-57

MARYVILLE (Mo.) 18-3 Overall H: 9-0 • A: 8-3 • Date Location 1-1-76 St. Louis 1-3-77 *Normal, Ill. 1-4-78 St. Louis 1-24-84 St. Louis 2-2-84 Reagan Center 1-19-85 St. Louis 2-7-85 Reagan Center 1-23-86 St. Louis 2-8-86 Reagan Center

N: 1-0 W-L Score W 95-54 W 73-58 W 79-61 W 68-65 W 74-66 W 73-58 W 93-60 W 82-47 W 65-36

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 1-24-87 2-12-87 1-28-88 2-13-88 2-19-89 2-23-89 1-6-07 2-3-07 1-5-08 2-2-08 1-3-09 2-14-09

St. Louis Reagan Center St. Louis Reagan Center Reagan Center St. Louis Reagan Center St. Louis St. Louis Reagan Center St. Louis Reagan Center

W 63-61 W 82-46 L 70-71 W 89-64 W 101-43 W 66-51 W 75-63 W 74-66 L 69-73 W 71-70 L 72-77 W 76-67

McKENDREE 13-22 Overall Date 1-11-75 2-13-75 11-29-75 12-13-75 2-19-76 12-11-76 2-17-77 2-9-78 12-9-78 2-9-82 2-8-83 1-31-84 1-29-85 1-28-86 3-5-87 1-26-88 1-24-89 1-23-90 1-22-91 1-21-92 1-19-93 1-18-94 94-95 95-96 95-96 96-97 96-97 97-98 97-98 98-99 98-99 99-00 99-00 11-22-00 12-14-00

H: 11-6 • A: 2-16 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 86-80 Lebanon L 62-60 Lebanon L 89-107 Reagan Center W 87-66 Lebanon L 91-96 Lebanon L 72-99 Lebanon L 21-32 Lebanon L 81-88 Reagan Center W 81-68 Reagan Center W 106-87 Lebanon L 63-67 Reagan Center W 77-59 Lebanon L 62-92 Reagan Center W 72-67 Lebanon W 63-62 Lebanon L 71-121 Reagan Center L 81-82 Lebanon L 76-79 Reagan Center W 75-69 Lebanon W 77-70 Reagan Center W 67-60 Lebanon L 70-73 Reagan Center L 71-74 Reagan Center W 98-96 Lebanon L 70-104 Lebanon L 83-91 Reagan Center W 92-78 Reagan Center W 80-75 Lebanon L 70-75 Reagan Center L 58-65 Lebanon L 41-71 Reagan Center L 76-83 Lebanon L 41-59 Reagan Center L 64-79 Reagan Center L 80-97

MILLIKIN 4-12 Overall H: 2-5 • A: 2-6 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 2-25-78 Reagan Center W 76-71 2-21-79 Decatur L 48-62 12-4-79 Reagan Center W 63-45 12-2-80 Decatur L 53-60 12-12-87 *Crawfordsville, Ind. L 71-77 99-00 Reagan Center L 63-73 12-16-00 Decatur L 52-63 11-16-01 Reagan Center L 64-97 12-10-02 Decatur L 73-76 12-12-03 Reagan Center L 75-87 12-4-04 Decatur L 56-81 12-20-05 Reagan Center L 55-62 11-30-06 Decatur W 68-62 12-11-07 Reagan Center L 55-67 13-13-08 Decatur L 49-77 12-5-09 Reagan Center W 71-57

MOODY BIBLE

Date 1-25-80

MINNESOTA ST. 0-1 Overall W-L Score L 44-120

MISSOURI BAPTIST 3-0 Overall Date 1-3-76 2-11-77 1-27-78

A: 3-0 Location St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis

W-L Score W 71-65 W 90-57 W 63-49

MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS 0-3 Overall Date 12-8-82 1-12-87 1-16-89

A: 0-3 Location St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis

W-L Score L 71-92 L 75-104 L 70-96

1-0 Overall

1-8 Overall H: 1-2 • A: 0-5 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 12-10-74 Monmouth L 61-68 2-25-75 Reagan Center L 68-87 2-24-76 Reagan Center W 75-73 2-22-77 Monmouth L 84-85 97-98 *Ripon, Wis. L 75-86 11-25-00 Monmouth L 107-108

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1-0 Overall Date 12-1-01

N: 1-0 Location W-L Score *Madison, Wis. W 67-52

5-0 Overall Date 1-30-90 1-29-91 1-28-92 1-26-93 1-25-94

H: 3-0 • A: 2-0 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 117-43 Chicago W 97-69 Reagan Center W 92-36 Chicago W 83-37 Reagan Center W 100-25

NORTHERN STATE 1-0 Overall Date 3-15-94

N: 1-0 Location W-L Score *Nampa, Idaho W 98-95

NORTHWEST NAZARENE MOUNT MERCY

1-1 Overall

1-1 Overall Date 1-24-81 12-4-81

H: 0-1 • N: 1-0 Location W-L Score Reagan Center L 47-48 *Elgin, Ill. W 73-68

Date 3-13-93 3-14-94

A: 1-1 Location Nampa Nampa

W-L Score L 60-69 W 83-67

NORTHWESTERN (Wis.)

N: 1-0 Location W-L Score Sheboygan, Wis. W 64-62

A: 0-1 Date Location 11-27-10 Mankato

NORTHLAND

MOUNT SAINT CLAIRE

MONMOUTH

W-L Score W 117-57

L 68-100 L 54-65 L 64-73

MILTON 1-0 Overall

MESSENGER N: 1-0 Date Location 11-23-02 *Fulton, Mo.

11-26-05 Monmouth 11-26-08 Reagan Center 11-25-09 Monmouth

6-0 Overall Date 12-14-90 2-12-91 1-30-92 2-11-92 2-15-93 2-16-94

H: 3-0 • A: 3-0 Location W-L Score Clinton W 95-58 Reagan Center W 101-63 Clinton W 91-81 Reagan Center W 99-76 Reagan Center W 90-73 Clinton W 92-68

MSOE 8-3 Overall H: 4-0 • A: 5-2 • Date Location 12-15-78 Milwaukee 1-18-80 Reagan Center 12-12-80 Milwaukee 2-6-82 Reagan Center 12-10-82 Milwaukee 1-18-84 Reagan Center 98-99 *Franklin, Ind. 12-29-02 Milwaukee 1-3-04 Reagan Center 12-28-04 Milwaukee 12-29-05 *Lisle, Ill.

N: 1-1 W-L Score W 92-58 W 97-44 W 96-78 W 111-83 W 109-73 W 104-48 W 76-55 L 65-78 W 81-56 L 70-71 L 60-78

2-0 Overall A: 2-0 Date Location 12-13-80 Watertown 2-6-93 Watertown

W-L Score W 98-67 W 71-42

NORTH CENTRAL (Ill.) 4-2 Overall H: 2-1 • A: 1-1 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 1-11-78 Reagan Center W 84-62 1-10-79 Naperville W 56-52 2-24-80 Reagan Center W 77-70 2-16-81 Naperville L 86-110 12-1-81 Reagan Center L 61-71 95-96 *Defiance, Ohio W 85-72

NORTH PARK 1-3 Overall H: 1-1 • A: 0-1 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 11-28-06 Reagan Center L 66-75 11-17-07 *Whitewater, Wis. L 67-80 11-20-07 Chicago L 48-73 11-15-11 Reagan Center W 81-76

NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS

OAKLAND CITY

2-0 Overall

0-1 Overall

H: 1-0 • N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 11-21-80 *Rockford, Ill. W 92-71 2-28-89 Reagan Center W 83-54

A: 0-1 Date Location 11-16-76 Oakland City

W-L Score L 72-79

OHIO DOMINICAN 1-0 Overall Date 3-11-94

N: 1-0 Location W-L Score *Nampa, Idaho W 92-71

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS OLIVET NAZARENE 1-6 Overall H: 0-1 • A: 0-4 • N: 1-1 Date Location W-L Score 2-4-75 Reagan Center L 45-60 2-15-75 Bourbonnais L 74-99 2-25-86 Bourbonnais L 70-78 3-4-89 Bourbonnais L 59-70 3-2-91 Bourbonnais L 83-87 12-13-91 *Elgin, Ill. W 67-53 95-96 *Oshkosh, Wis. L 64-79

1-23-10 2-11-10 11-30-10 2-12-11 12-3-11 1-21-12

Reagan Center Elsah Reagan Center Elsah Reagan Center Elsah

W W L L W W

93-67 75-62 87-90 67-82 85-57 88-55

PURDUE-CALUMET 1-0 Overall N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 12-10-93 *Crawfordsville, Ind. W 72-65

PARKS PURDUE-NORTH CENTRAL

1-0 Overall Date 1-7-78

A: 1-0 Location St. Louis

1-0 Overall W-L Score W 95-54

Date 1-10-76

N: 1-0 Location W-L Score *Bloomington, Ill. W 86-64

PILLSBURY QUINCY

1-0 Overall Date 12-8-90

N: 1-0 Location *Elgin, Ill.

0-4 Overall W-L Score W 83-45

PRINCIPIA 34-5 Overall Date 1-6-77 1-6-78 1-5-79 2-9-80 1-31-81 1-29-83 2-10-83 1-28-84 2-9-84 2-2-85 2-21-85 1-18-86 2-6-86 1-22-87 2-7-87 1-23-88 2-11-88 2-2-89 2-18-89 2-3-90 2-22-90 1-24-91 2-9-91 11-21-03 12-1-04 1-3-05 1-4-06 1-23-07 2-20-07 12-8-07 1-26-08 1-10-09 2-7-09

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H: 16-1 • A: 18-4 Location W-L Score Elsah W 81-55 Elsah W 92-68 Elsah W 56-50 Elsah W 80-77 Elsah W 53-39 Reagan Center W 81-60 Elsah W 91-55 Reagan Center W 58-48 Elsah W 40-27 Reagan Center W 101-52 Elsah WF 2-0 Elsah W 79-60 Reagan Center W 89-58 Reagan Center W 116-56 Elsah W 79-67 Elsah L 87-91 Reagan Center W 91-60 Elsah W 60-52 Reagan Center W 96-57 Elsah W 79-65 Reagan Center W 84-53 Elsah L 67-75 Reagan Center W 121-53 Reagan Center W 86-65 Reagan Center W 83-75 Elsah L 70-87 Elsah W 72-39 Elsah W 72-56 Reagan Center W 84-78 Reagan Center W 67-58 Elsah W 69-54 Reagan Center W 85-66 Elsah W 79-52

Date 2-26-77 2-28-81 2-27-82 2-19-92

A: 0-4 Location Quincy Quincy Quincy Quincy

W-L Score L 52-82 L 40-46 L 71-85 L 68-80

RIPON 0-3 Overall H: 0-1 • A: 0-1 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 95-96 Ripon L 72-90 96-97 Reagan Center L 76-95 11-30-01 *Madison, Wis. L 65-107

RMU-CHICAGO 6-6 Overall Date 94-95 94-95 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 97-98 98-99 98-99 99-00 99-00 1-18-03

H: 4-3 • A: 2-3 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 94-76 Chicago W 92-61 Reagan Center W 84-47 Chicago L 84-91 Reagan Center W 95-71 Reagan Center L 77-89 Chicago W 67-66 Reagan Center L 71-76 Chicago L 62-73 Chicago L 57-89 Reagan Center L 51-75 Reagan Center W 86-83

RMU-SPRINGFIELD 1-3 Overall H: 1-1 • A: 0-2 Date Location W-L Score 12-16-04 Springfield L 58-73 1-11-06 Reagan Center L 72-87

12-15-10 Springfield L 12-14-11 Reagan Center W

52-78 96-90

ROCKFORD

97-98 98-99 99-00 11-23-10 12-15-11

Terre Haute Reagan Center Terre Haute Reagan Center Terre Haute

L L L L L

45-85 73-75 49-77 46-54 70-92

18-18 Overall Date 1-29-75 1-9-76 11-22-80 11-21-81 11-20-82 11-24-84 2-7-89 2-13-90 11-24-92 11-23-93 94-95 95-96 96-97 96-97 97-98 97-98 98-99 98-99 99-00 99-00 1-13-01 2-7-01 1-12-02 2-6-02 12-14-02 1-25-03 1-7-04 1-31-04 1-19-05 2-12-05 1-25-06 2-15-06 2-20-06 11-18-09 11-20-10 11-19-11

H: 11-11 • A: 7-7 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 96-81 Rockford L 63-85 Rockford W 87-80 Rockford L 70-90 Rockford L 70-92 Rockford W 79-75 Rockford W 59-35 Reagan Center W 75-63 Rockford W 89-86 Reagan Center W 117-77 Rockford W 83-78 Rockford W 91-71 Rockford W 88-81 Reagan Center W 92-80 Rockford W 100-83 Reagan Center W 97-83 Reagan Center L 92-93 Rockford L 59-73 Rockford L 58-61 Reagan Center W 76-68 Rockford W 74-65 Reagan Center L 68-71 Reagan Center L 45-92 Rockford L 67-83 Rockford L 57-76 Reagan Center L 72-91 Reagan Center W 74-64 Rockford W 77-57 Reagan Center L 61-80 Rockford L 67-94 Rockford L 64-78 Reagan Center L 65-71 Rockford L 76-94 Rockford W 91-90 Reagan Center L 73-76 Rockford L 94-99

ROOSEVELT

SAINT AMBROSE 4-2 Overall H: 2-0 • A: 1-1 • Date Location 2-12-80 Reagan Center 2-26-80 Davenport 2-12-81 Reagan Center 11-20-81 *Rockford, Ill. 2-11-82 Davenport 12-4-82 *Elgin, Ill.

SAINT JOSPEH’S (Ind.) 1-1 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 0-1 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 80-76 Rensselaer L 50-89

Date 95-96 96-97

ST. LOUIS CHRISTIAN 1-0 Overall H: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 12-14-79 Reagan Center W 103-57

STL/PHARMACY 4-1 Overall H: 2-1 • A: 1-1 • Date Location 1-5-77 *Chicago, Ill. 1-28-78 Reagan Center 1-6-79 St. Louis 1-24-04 Reagan Center 1-29-05 St. Louis

N: 2-0 W-L Score W 102-79 L 61-68 W 65-54 W 91-70 W 79-68

ROSE-HULMAN 2-7 Overall H: 1-2 • A: 1-5 Date Location W-L Score 12-13-86 Terre Haute W 76-72 12-9-89 Terre Haute L 55-64 95-96 Terre Haute L 42-64 96-97 Reagan Center W 73-67

N: 1-0 W-L Score W 67-58 W 101-69 W 73-52 W 83-52 L 84-87

SAINT NORBERT 2-0 Overall

4-1 Overall H: 2-0 • A: 0-1 • Date Location 2-16-82 Reagan Center 11-23-82 Chicago 11-30-84 *Elgin, Ill. 2-24-87 Reagan Center 12-9-88 *Aurora, Ill.

N: 1-1 W-L Score W 88-83 W 73-71 W 93-73 W 86-67 L 88-95 L 70-75

Date 12-6-91 2-8-93

H: 1-0 • A: 1-0 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 62-59 De Pere W 66-44

SAINT XAVIER 0-4 Overall A: 0-1 • N: 0-3 Date Location W-L Score 3-2-79 *Chicago, Ill. L 76-79 2-25-85 Chicago L 72-83 11-18-88 *Wheaton, Ill. L 67-69 12-1-89 *Elgin, Ill. L 74-81

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SULLIVAN

TRINITY INTERNATIONAL

5-0 Overall

0-1 Overall

1-1 Overall

H: 1-0 • A: 4-0 Date Location W-L Score 12-5-75 Reagan Center W 96-51 1-29-77 St. Louis W 94-62 1-14-89 St. Louis W 106-52 2-19-91 St. Louis W 100-56 12-15-92 St. Louis W 83-49

SIMPSON

A: 0-1 Location Louisville

Date 1-2-75

W-L Score L 75-83

TARTLETON ST. Date 3-12-93

1-0 Overall A: 1-0 Date Location 11-22-86 Indianola

0-12 Overall A: 0-12 Date Location 1-11-88 Edwardsville 1-13-90 Edwardsville 1-12-91 Edwardsville 2-1-92 Edwardsville 1-30-93 Edwardsville 2-12-94 Edwardsville 94-95 Edwardsville 95-96 Edwardsville 97-98 Edwardsville 98-99 Edwardsville 99-00 Edwardsville 11-18-00 Edwardsville

TEIKYO MARYCREST

W-L Score W 74-71

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W-L Score L 62-95 L 48-63 L 64-75 L 46-48 L 46-56 L 70-74 L 64-83 L 68-76 L 67-86 L 64-71 L 74-88 L 56-97

2-7 Overall H: 1-4 • A: 1-3 Date Location W-L Score 12-2-77 Davenport W 66-53 2-7-78 Reagan Center L 43-44 1-30-79 Reagan Center W 79-58 1-27-81 Davenport L 74-87 1-26-82 Reagan Center L 70-76 98-99 Davenport L 62-71 99-00 Reagan Center L 60-82 11-29-00 Davenport L 66-80 12-8-01 Reagan Center L 66-71

TRANSYLVANIA Date 1-16-84

2-0 Overall

TRINITY CHRISTIAN

2-4 Overall H: 2-1 • A: 0-3 Location W-L Score Reagan Center W 72-58 Louisville L 75-79 Louisville L 43-58 Reagan Center L 47-81 Louisville L 64-70 Reagan Center W 63-61

SPRING ARBOR 0-1 Overall N: 0-1 Date Location 11-27-87 *Marion, Ind.

W-L Score L 57-66

Date 11-22-85 11-21-86 11-20-87 11-30-88

A: 1-3 Location Kirksville Kirksville Kirksville Kirksville

W-L Score L 55-69 W 72-69 L 65-80 L 63-84

TUSCULUM 1-0 Overall N: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 11-20-93 *Columbus, Ohio W 93-65

WESTERN ILLINOIS

UNION

0-2 Overall

0-1 Overall Date 1-4-75

A: 0-1 Location Barbourville

W-L Score L 73-79

10-6 Overall H: 7-1 • A: 3-3 • N: 0-2 Date Location W-L Score 12-12-78 Reagan Center W 97-51 12-11-79 Palos Heights W 77-65 2-5-81 Reagan Center W 49-41 2-13-82 Palos Heights W 67-55 1-25-83 Reagan Center W 75-61 12-5-87 *Elgin, Ill. L 55-68 11-17-90 Reagan Center W 67-49 11-28-91 Palos Heights W 79-62 3-4-92 Reagan Center W 93-41 2-27-93 Reagan Center W 73-48 12-7-93 Reagan Center W 102-58 94-95 Palos Heights L 64-67 94-95 Reagan Center L 71-81 94-95 Palos Heights L 71-81 95-96 *Rock Island, Ill. L 74-93 95-96 Palos Heights L 48-62

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W-L Score L 66-76

H: 1-0 • A: 1-0 Date Location W-L Score 12-17-93 Newburgh W 79-73 94-95 Reagan Center W 41-29

SPALDING Date 1-9-10 2-13-10 1-12-11 1-26-11 1-4-12 1-16-12

A: 0-1 Location Lexington

TRINITY

1-0 Overall W-L Score W 69-64

1-3 Overall

H: 3-4 • A: 4-5 • N: 0-2 Date Location W-L Score 1-12-86 St. Louis W 93-78 12-15-89 St. Louis W 75-61 11-24-01 *Lake Forest, Ill. L 53-63 11-29-03 *Mequon, Wis. L 78-81 11-30-05 Reagan Center W 83-76 1-30-06 St. Louis L 62-64 1-12-07 St. Louis L 57-62 2-9-07 Reagan Center L 68-76 1-19-08 Reagan Center L 63-66 2-23-08 St. Louis L 56-86 1-17-09 St. Louis W 80-76 2-4-09 Reagan Center W 60-55 1-6-10 St. Louis L 56-64 2-6-10 Reagan Center W 76-62 12-4-10 St. Louis L 52-64 1-29-11 Reagan Center L 58-63 1-10-12 Reagan Center L 83-99 2-4-12 St. Louis W 83-80

A: 0-2 Date Location 11-19-08 Macomb 12-27-11 Macomb

W-L Score L 57-75 L 52-73

0-1 Overall

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST A: 1-0 Date Location 11-20-76 Bolivar

TRUMAN STATE

1-0 Overall N: 1-0 Location W-L Score *Nampa, Idaho W 63-54

7-11 Overall

H: 0-1 • A: 1-0 Location W-L Score Deerfield W 97-81 Reagan Center L 84-91

Date 96-97 96-97

WEBSTER

0-2 Overall Date 95-96 96-97

H: 0-1 • A: 0-1 Location W-L Score Reagan Center L 58-81 Fayette L 58-85

WABASH 3-1 Overall H: 1-0 • A: 2-1 Date Location W-L Score 12-11-87 Crawfordsville L 84-94 1-16-93 Reagan Center W 82-71 12-11-93 Crawfordsville W 90-81 1-22-94 Crawfordsville W 88-76

WASHINGTON (Mo.) 1-4 Overall H: 1-1 • A: 0-2 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 12-9-83 St. Louis L 59-63 12-5-84 Reagan Center L 70-81 2-23-86 St. Louis L 62-67 1-20-87 Reagan Center W 68-64 12-19-08 *Elmhurst, Ill. L 72-95

WESTMINSTER 10-17 Overall H: 7-6 • A: 3-10 • N: 0-1 Date Location W-L Score 1-13-88 Fulton L 59-78 2-25-89 Reagan Center W 79-60 2-24-90 Fulton W 75-74 12-1-90 Reagan Center W 86-63 1-13-92 Fulton W 66-50 2-13-94 Reagan Center W 100-50 94-95 Fulton W 70-57 95-96 Reagan Center W 73-64 1-4-01 Fulton L 68-80 1-5-02 Reagan Center L 68-81 11-22-03 Reagan Center L 59-64 11-22-05 Reagan Center W 64-62 1-3-06 Fulton L 68-86 1-13-07 Fulton L 67-76 2-10-07 Reagan Center L 64-81 1-12-08 Fulton L 52-66 2-16-08 Reagan Center L 52-58 1-24-09 Reagan Center L 61-70 2-21-09 Fulton L 66-87 1-16-10 Fulton L 68-72 2-20-10 Reagan Center W 82-56 2-27-10 Fulton L 67-74 1-8-11 Reagan Center L 47-64 2-19-11 Fulton L 66-91 1-7-12 Reagan Center W 87-77 2-18-12 Fulton L 74-76 2-23-12 *St. Louis, Mo. L 60-74

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS WHEATON 1-1 Overall A: 1-1 Date Location 12-6-86 Wheaton 11-19-88 Wheaton

W-L Score W 73-70 L 75-78

WHITTIER 1-0 Overall Date 94-95

N: 1-0 Location W-L Score *Terre Haute, Ind. W 75-62

WILAMETTE 1-0 Overall Date 3-12-94

N: 1-0 Location W-L Score *Nampa, Idaho W 71-65

WILLIAM PENN 1-0 Overall A: 1-0 Date Location 11-25-78 Oskaloosa

W-L Score W 46-43

WISCONSIN LUTHERAN 0-1 Overall Date 96-97

A: 0-1 Location Milwaukee

W-L Score L 70-88

WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE 0-1 Overall N: 0-1 Date Location 11-17-84 *Marian, Wis.

W-L Score L 82-90

WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE 0-1 Overall Date 94-95

N: 0-1 Location *Rockford, Ill.

W-L Score L 50-65

WISCONSIN-SUPERIOR 1-0 Overall N: 1-0 Date Location 11-16-84 *Marian, Wis.

W-L Score W 84-64

WISCONSIN-WHITEWATER 0-1 Overall A: 0-1 Date Location 11-16-07 Whitewater

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W-L Score L 45-79

ALL-TIME RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS (SINCE 1974) W L W L W L Alma Anderson Auburn-Montgomery Augustana Aurora Barat Benedictine Berea Blackburn Brescia Captial Cardinal-Stritch Carroll Central Central Methodist Chicago Clarke Coe Columbia (Mo.) Concordia (Ill.) Concordia (Mich.) Concordia (Mo.) Concordia (Wis.) Cornell Culver-Stockton Defiance Denison DePauw Dominican (Ill.) Earlham Eastern Illinois Edgewood Elmhurst Fontbonne Franklin George Fox George Williams Goshen Grace Graceland Grand Rapids Baptist Greenville Grinnell Hamline Hannibal-LaGrange Harris-Stowe Hiram Huntington Illinois-Chicago Illinois College Illinois-Springfield Illinois Tech Illinois Wesleyan Indiana Northwest Indiana Southeast

1 1 0 0 15 8 2 0 32 3 0 3 1 0 0 1 14 0 1 29 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 12 1 0 0 0 7 1 0 7 1 2 0 2 46 2 3 2 17 0 0 1 5 0 3 0 1 1

0 2 1 3 19 0 23 1 14 5 1 0 1 1 1 0 16 1 0 11 0 1 4 0 1 2 1 1 11 1 2 3 5 7 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 17 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 6 1 0 1 0 1

Indiana Tech Indiana Wesleyan Iowa Wesleyan Judson Kenyon Knox Lakeland Lake Forest Lindenwood (Ill.) Lindenwood (Mo.) Lincoln Christian MacMurray Manchester Maranatha Baptist Marian (Ind.) Marian (Wis.) Martin Luther Maryville (Mo.) McKendree Messenger Millikin Milton Minnesota State Missouri Baptist Missouri-St. Louis Monmouth Moody Bible Mount Mercy Mount St. Claire MSOE Northeastern Illinois Northland Northern State Northwest Nazarene Northwestern (Wis.) North Central (Ill.) North Park Oakland City Ohio Dominican Olivet Nazarene Parks Pillsbury Principia Purdue-Calumet Purdue-North Central Quincy Ripon Robert Morris-Chicago Robert Morris-S’field Rockford Roosevelt Rose-Hulman St. Ambrose St. Joseph’s (Ind.) St. Louis Christian

1 2 18 22 0 5 0 4 1 6 17 23 0 6 0 3 1 18 13 1 4 1 0 3 0 1 5 1 6 8 2 1 1 1 2 4 1 0 1 1 1 1 34 1 1 0 0 6 1 18 4 2 4 1 1

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St. Louis/Pharmacy 4 1 St. Norbert 2 0 St. Xavier 0 4 Sanford-Brown 5 0 Simpson 1 0 SIU-Edwardsville 0 12 Southwest Baptist 1 0 Spalding 2 4 Spring Arbor 0 1 Sullivan 0 1 Tartleton State 1 0 Teikyo Marycrest 2 7 Texas-Pan American 0 0 Transylvania 0 1 Trinity 0 1 Trinity Christian 10 6 Trinity International 1 1 Truman State 1 3 Tusculum 1 0 Union 0 1 Upper Iowa 0 2 Wabash 3 1 Washington (Mo.) 1 4 Webster 7 11 Western Illinois 0 2 Westminster 10 17 Wheaton 1 1 Whittier 1 0 Wilamette 1 0 William Penn 1 0 Wisconsin Lutheran 0 1 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0 1 Wisconsin-Parkside 0 1 Wisconsin-Superior 1 0 Wisconsin-Whitewater 0 1 Highlighted teams indicate 2012-13 opponent.

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BLACKBURN BEAVERS

GREENVILLE PANTHERS

Jan. 23 • Carlinville, Ill. • 8 p.m. Feb. 6 • Reagan Center • 8 p.m. Location: Carlinville, Ill. Founded: 1837 Enrollment: 650 Colors: Red & Black Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate President: Dr. Miriam Pride Athletic Director: Sue Hansen Head Coach: Jason Baribeau 2011-12 Record: 7-18 (4-12 SLIAC) Website: blackburnbeavers.com

Jan. 12 • Greenville, Ill. • 3 p.m. Jan. 30 • Reagan Center • 8 p.m. Location: Greenville, Ill. Founded: 1855 Enrollment: 1,100 Colors: Black & Orange Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate President: Dr. Larry Linamen Athletic Director: Doug Faulkner Head Coach: Dr. George Barber 2011-12 Record: 15-9 (10-6 SLIAC) Website: www.greenville.edu/athletics

CENTRAL DUTCH

LINCOLN CHRISTIAN RED LIONS

Nov. 24 • Reagan Center • 3 p.m. Location: Pella, Iowa Founded: 1853 Enrollment: 1,600 Colors: Red & White Conference: Iowa Intercollegiate President: Dr. Mark Putnam Interim Athletic Director: Eric Van Kley Head Coach: Craig Douma 2011-12 Record: 18-8 (10-6 IIAC) Website: www.central.edu/athletics

Nov. 15 • Lincoln, Ill. • 7 p.m. Feb. 13 • Reagan Center • 8 p.m. Location: Lincoln, Ill. Founded: 1944 Enrollment: 1,100 Colors: Red & White Conference: Independent (NCCAA) President: Dr. Keith H. Ray Athletic Director: Ed Plumier Head Coach: Davis Hodam 2011-12 Record: N/A Website: www.lincolnchristian.edu/athletics

CONCORDIA COUGARS

MacMURRAY HIGHLANDERS

Dec. 19 • Reagan Center • 7 p.m. Location: River Forest, Ill. Founded: 1864 Enrollment: 1,450 Colors: Maroon & Gold Conference: Northern Athletics President: John F. Johnson Athletic Director: Pete Gnan Head Coach: Tyler Jones 2011-12 Record: 10-16 (10-6 NAC) Website: cucougars.com

Nov. 28 • Reagan Center • 8 p.m. Feb. 18 • Jacksonville, Ill. • 8 p.m. Location: Jacksonville, Ill. Founded: 1846 Enrollment: 590 Colors: Scarlet & Navy Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate President: Dr. Colleen Hester Athletic Director: Dane Pavlovich Head Coach: Todd Creal 2011-12 Record: 14-13 (10-6 SLIAC) Website: www.mac.edu/athletics

FONTBONNE GRIFFINS

MONMOUTH FIGHTING SCOTS

Jan. 8 • St. Louis, Mo. • 8 p.m. Feb. 9 • Reagan Center • 3 p.m. Location: St. Louis, Mo. Founded: 1923 Enrollment: 2,060 Colors: Purple & Gold Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate President: Dr. Dennis Golden Athletic Director: Maria Eftink Head Coach: Steve Schafer 2011-12 Record: 4-20 (3-13 SLIAC) Website: fontbonnegriffins.com

Wednesday, Oct. 10 • Carlinville, Ill. • 3 p.m. Location: Monmouth, Ill. Founded: 1853 Enrollment: 1,360 Colors: Red & White Conference: Midwest President: Dr. Mauri Ditzler Athletic Director: Roger D. Haynes Head Coach: Todd Skrivseth 2011-12 Record: 7-16 (5-13 MWC) Website: monmouthscots.com

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NORTH PARK VIKINGS

SPALDING GOLDEN EAGLES

Dec. 5 • Chicago, Ill. • 7 p.m. Location: Chicago, Ill. Founded: 1891 Enrollment: 1,850 Colors: Royal Blue & Gold Conference: CCIW President: David L. Parkyn Athletic Director: Jack Surridge Head Coach: Tom Slyder 2011-12 Record: 6-19 (2-12 CCIW) Website: athletics.northpark.edu

Dec. 1 • Louisville, Ky. • 2 p.m. Jan. 19 • Reagan Center • 3 p.m. Location: Louisville, Ky. Founded: 1814 Enrollment: 1,000 Colors: Blue & Yellow Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate President: Ms. Tori Murden-McClure Athletic Director: Roger Burkman Head Coach: Kevin Gray 2011-12 Record: 13-12 (10-6 SLIAC) Website: spaldingathletics.com

PRINCIPIA PANTHERS

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN BRONCS

Jan. 17 • Reagan Center • 8 p.m. Feb. 16 • Elsah, Ill. • 3 p.m. Location: Elsah, Ill. Founded: 1931 Enrollment: 460 Colors: Blue & Gold Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate President: Dr. Jonathan Palmer Athletic Director: Lee Ellis Head Coach: Mike Bushong 2011-12 Record: 0-25 (0-16 SLIAC) Website: principiaathletics.com

Dec. 13 • Edinburg, Texas • 7 p.m. Location: Edinburg, Texas Founded: 1927 Enrollment: 19,000 Colors: Green & Orange Conference: Great West (NCAA Division I) President: Dr. Robert S. Nelsen Athletic Director: Chris King Head Coach: Ryan Marks 2011-12 Record: 11-21 (5-5 GWC) Website: utpabroncs.com

ROCKFORD REGENTS

WEBSTER GORLOKS

Nov. 23 • Reagan Center • 6 p.m. Location: Rockford, Ill. Founded: 1847 Enrollment: 1,000 Colors: Purple & White Conference: Northern Athletics President: Robert Head, Ph.D. Athletic Director: Kristyn King Head Coach: Ryan Rebsom 2011-12 Record: 12-14 (9-7 NAC) Website: goregents.com

Jan. 5 • Reagan Center • 3 p.m. Jan. 26 • St. Louis, Mo. • 3 p.m. Location: St. Louis, Mo. Founded: 1915 Enrollment: 4,050 Colors: Midnight Blue & Gold Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate President: Dr. Elizabeth Stroble Athletic Director: Tom Hart Head Coach: Chris Bunch 2011-12 Record: 13-13 (13-3 SLIAC) Website: websterathletics.com

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE COUGARS

WESTMINSTER BLUE JAYS

Dec. 17 • Edwardsville, Ill. • 7 p.m. Location: Edwardsville, Ill. Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 11,400 Colors: Red & White Conference: Ohio Valley (NCAA Division I) Chancellor: Julie Furst-Bowe Athletic Director: Dr. Brad Hewitt Head Coach: Lennox Forrester 2011-12 Record: 10-17 (6-10 OVC) Website: siuecougars.com

Jan. 10 • Reagan Center • 8 p.m. Feb. 2 • Fulton, Mo. • 7 p.m. Location: Fulton, Mo. Founded: 1851 Enrollment: 960 Colors: Navy, Carolina Blue & White Conference: St. Louis Intercollegiate President: Dr. G. Barney Forsythe Athletic Director: Matt Mitchell Head Coach: Matt Mitchell 2011-12 Record: 17-11 (11-5 SLIAC) Website: www.westminster-mo.edu/athletics

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ST. LOUIS INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

ST. LOUIS INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE ABOUT THE ST. LOUIS INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE The St Louis intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) was formally chartered in September of 1989 at Maryville University of St. Louis and the first championships were conducted during the 1990-91 school year. The constitution of the conference is structured according to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) format and all member schools will be associated only with the NCAA. Member institutions have adopted an NCAA competitive philosophy, which in part states, the college places special importance of the impact of athletics on the participants rather than on the spectators. SLIAC member schools are committed to this end. Scholarships to SLIAC schools are based on academics and need only. There are no provisions for athletic scholarships. This helps assure that the student-athlete is a student in the purest sense. The SLIAC is composed of nine private institutions in Kentucky, Illinois and Missouri. Members are: Blackburn College, Carlinville, Ill.; Eureka College, Eureka, Ill.; Fontbonne University, St. Louis, Mo.; Greenville College, Greenville, Ill.; MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Ill.; Principia College, Elsah, Ill.; Spalding University, Louisville, Ky.; Webster University, St. Louis, Mo.; and Westminster College, Fulton, Mo. SLIAC institutions provide student-athletes the opportunity to compete on an equal and competitive level, thus permitting the student-athletes the opportunity to compete for conference, regional and national championships. Team championships are contested in women’s cross country, soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball and tennis. Men’s championship sports are cross country, soccer, basketball, baseball, golf and tennis.

ST. LOUIS INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MISSION STATEMENT To enhance the student-athletes’ educational process through intercollegiate competitive activity encompassing the rules of fairness based on the highest standards of integrity and sportsmanlike conduct. Colleges and universities in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference consider the athletic experience an integral component of the educational process. In so doing, the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference seeks to coordinate the objectives and programs of athletics with the academic developmental objectives and to ensure the integration of athletes with other students.

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Eureka College Sports Information Director Bryan Moore will be in attendance at all Eureka College men’s basketball home games and select away games to assist media members and opposing sports information directors in their coverage of Eureka College men’s basketball. Any print media member planning to cover a Eureka College men’s basketball game should contact Moore at least 24 hours prior to tip-off for proper accommodations at the Reagan Center

Launched in September 2012, the new online home for Eureka College Athletics is EurekaRedDevils.com. The very best source for updated information on Eureka College athletics, EurekaRedDevils.com is maintained on a daily basis by Eureka College Sports Information Director Bryan Moore. The website includes press releases, team rosters, schedules and results, season statistics, live statistics and video, historical archives, action photos and biographies for coaches and student-athletes. The new Eureka athletics website was launched through a partnership with Sidearm Sports.

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS Media members seeking postgame interviews with coaches or student-athletes should notify Moore shortly before the conclusion of the contest.

FEATURE STORIES When preparing feature stories on Eureka College coaches or student-athletes, please contact Moore at (309) 467-6456 or bmoore@eureka.edu to arrange an interview time and location. Neither coaches nor student-athletes should be directly contacted by the media. Eureka College student-athletes and coaches will not be made available to the media for interviews on the day of a game until the contest is complete.

STATISTICS Eureka College and the SLIAC use StatCrew live in-game scoring software for all basketball games. Moore will provide statistics to coaching staffs and media members during each full timeout, halftime and following the game. Visiting sports information directors will receive an electronic copy of the StatCrew game file immediately after the game. The general public is encouraged to check EurekaRedDevils.com shortly after the conclusion of the game for final statistics.

LIVE BROADCASTS/STATISTICS A live subscription video stream of all Eureka College men’s basketball home games will be available at EurekaRedDevils.com. Visit “Red Devil Vision” for information on watching the Red Devils live. Live statistics of all Eureka College men’s basketball home games will also be available at EurekaRedDevils.com.

SOCIAL MEDIA Eureka fans may receive instant updates by following the Red Devils on Twitter. Visit the official Eureka College athletics Twitter page at twitter.com/EurekaRedDevils to receive upto-the-second “tweets” on Eureka athletics. Fans are encouraged to join the conversation and use the hashtag “#ecreddevils” when discussing Eureka athletics. In addition to Twitter, Eureka College athletics fans can keep tabs on the Red Devils on Facebook. Fans may access the page by visiting facebook.com/EurekaRedDevils. The page includes links to news stories, game results and photo albums. Visit the Eureka Facebook page and “Like” us to have instant updates sent directly to your own personal Facebook news feed.

INTERNET AND TELEPHONE ACCESS Wireless internet access and telephone lines are available inside the Reagan Center. Radio crews affiliated with a visiting team must contact Moore at least 72 hours prior to tip-off for access to telephone lines.

SLIAC.ORG Current information on the Red Devils can also be found online at the the official St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference website (sliac.org). The websites include current conference standings, statistical leaders, composite schedules and loads of other information on the Red Devils and their conference rivals.

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR BRYAN MOORE Bryan Moore is currently in his fourth year as the Sports Information Director at Eureka College. Moore is responsible for coordinating all athletics media relations, operating EurekaRedDevils.com and compiling results and statistics for each of Eureka’s 18 varsity sports. Prior to his arrival at EC in July 2009, Moore was a sports information intern at Bradley University from 2007 until 2009. He was the primary sports information contact for seven of BU’s sports, including the nationally-recognized men’s soccer program during its run to the NCAA Division I Elite Eight in 2007. He also completed a broadcast/ media internship with the Peoria Chiefs during the 2005 season. With the Chiefs, Moore wrote news releases, helped coordinate media operations during the 2005 Midwest League All-Star Game and called play-by-play for the middle three innings of most home games. He has since returned to the organization as the Chiefs’ official scorer since 2009. An East Peoria native, Moore earned a B.A. in broadcasting from Western Illinois University in Macomb, Ill. in May 2006. At WIU, Moore was the television play-by-play broadcaster for WWIR-TV from 2003 through 2006, calling WIU football, basketball, baseball, softball and soccer. He also served as the sports director at WIUS-FM in 2006. Moore and his wife Laura were married in July 2012. They reside in East Peoria.

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2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Nov. 15 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 28

Opponent at Lincoln Christian MONMOUTH ROCKFORD CENTRAL *MacMURRAY

Tip-off 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m.

Dec. 1 Dec. 5 Dec. 13 Dec. 17 Dec. 19

*at Spalding at North Park at Texas-Pan American at SIU-Edwardsville CONCORDIA (Ill.)

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 10

*WEBSTER *at Fontbonne *WESTMINSTER

3 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m.

Date Jan. 12 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30

Opponent *at Greenville *PRINCIPIA *SPALDING *at Blackburn *at Webster *GREENVILLE

Tip-off 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m.

Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 23

*at Westminster *BLACKBURN *FONTBONNE LINCOLN CHRISTIAN *at Principia *at MacMurray at SLIAC Tournament (If necessary) at SLIAC Tournament (If necessary)

7 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. TBA TBA

HOME GAMES AT THE REAGAN CENTER IN CAPS * -- St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game All times Central and subject to change

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