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Fighting Falcons Table of Contents 4 Facilities 8 FSU Basketball Experience 10 Season Preview

Record Book

12 Head Coach Tim Murphy 14 Assistant Coaches

42 Leaders 47 All-Americans 49 Team Records 50 All Time Scores 59 Series Record 62 Coaching Records

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18 Rosters 19 Player Profiles

64 Athletic Director Rusty Elliott

2009-10 In Review 30 2009-10 in Review 34 Game-by-Game Box Scores

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NOVEMBER 19 OHIO STATE-NEWARK 23 DAVIS & ELKINS 30 at West Liberty

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DECEMBER 2 OHIO VALLEY 4 WHEELING JESUIT 6 at Salem International 11 at Bluefield State 18 at Alderson-Broaddus

7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

JANUARY 5 OHIO-EASTERN 8 CONCORD 10 at Wheeling Jesuit 13 WEST LIBERTY 15 at Glenville State 19 at Shepherd 22 ALDERSON-BROADDUS 24 WV WESLEYAN 27 GLENVILLE STATE 29 BLUEFIELD STATE

7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m.

FEBRUARY 2 at Pitt-Johnstown 7 at WV State 10 SETON HILL 14 at Davis & Elkins 17 CHARLESTON 19 at Concord 22 at University of the District of Columbia 26 at WV Wesleyan

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Steve Custis 2010-11 Basketball media guide Credits Editor: Adam Zundell Design and Layout: Tammy Holden Technical Design Assistance: Kevin Funk Bob Heffner Photography: John Piscitelli Andrew O’Hearn Adam Zundell Sam Santilli Editorial & Historical Assistance: Duane Cochran Chris Thomas Philip Fetty Printing: Fairmont Printing Company Fairmont, W.Va. Fairmont State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action institution. In compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, West Virginia Human Rights Act, Title IX (Educational Amendments of 1972), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the other applicable laws and regulations, the institution provide equal opportunity to all prospective and current members of the student body, faculty, and staff on the basis of individual qualifications and merit without regard to race, gender, religion, age, national origin, or handicap, as identified and defined by law. Further inquires may be directed to the Assistant to the President, who is the Section 504 and Title IX Coordinator, Room 222 HB, telephone (304) 367-4247. Fairmont State University neither affiliates knowingly with nor grants recognition to an individual, group, or organization having policies that discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, gender, national origin, or handicap, as defined by applicable laws and regulations.

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Fighting Falcons Media Info Located at the top of Squibb Wilson Boulevard, the Joe Retton Arena holds 4,000 spectators for basketball games. Press row is located along the bench sideline, and radio hook-ups will be provided for visiting radio stations.

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CREDENTIALS: Contact the Sports Information Office for all credentials. Credentials can be picked up on gameday at the Will-Call near the Feaster Center entrance. Please do not request credentials for nonworkers.

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RADIO: Contact the Sports Information Office one week in advance for radio assignment and telephone number.

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SERVICES: Programs, lineups, and game background are provided before each home game. Team statistics will be distributed at halftime. Complete team and individual statistics are available after the game.

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PARKING: Accredited media personnel will be admitted to the Feaster Center lot. Show your credential and follow the attendants’ directions.

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INTERVIEWS: Contact Sports Information Director Adam Zundell for player or coach interviews. Interviews will be held in Classroom A of the Feaster Center following the game.

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Tim Murphy (Fairmont State ’85) Head Coach Brett Vincent (Marshall ’91) Associate Head Coach Robert Cable (WV Wesleyan ’82) Head Athletic Trainer

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Location Fairmont, WV 26554 Founded 1865 Enrollment 4,611 Nickname Fighting Falcons Colors Maroon, White, & Fairmont Tan Stadium Joe Retton Arena Capacity 4,000 Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II

COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE

All news releases are posted to fightingfalcons.com. Fans and media can stay connected to all of the happenings at Fairmont State by regularly checking the website. There’s no better coverage or access to Falcon athletics than fightingfalcons.com. Fairmont State has continued to be a leader in the West Virginia Conference in new media. Fans can get a behind-the-scenes look at the program by getting a tour of the locker room from Coach McDonald or even hear Coach McDonald’s halftime speech with videos posted on YouTube. Photo galleries are posted shortly after every home game to help bring fans closer to the games.

BASKETBALL FACTS Head Coach Career Record Record at FSU

Tim Murphy 105-68 (5) 105-68 (5)

GAME COVERAGE

You can get close to the action even if you can’t make it to Joe Retton Arena. Every home game will be shown live with an video webcast on FightingFalcons.com, in addition to live stats and audio. Recaps and box scores are posted shortly after the conclusion of the contest, and updated statistics are always available at fightingfalcons.com

TEAM COVERAGE

Looking for information on any Falcon player or coach? It’s just a click away at fightingfalcons.com. Complete bios on players and coaches are found at the click of a finger.

TELEVISION WDTV (Channel 5 – Weston) Joe Brocato – Sports Director WBOY (Channel 12 – Clarksburg) Greg Chandler – Sports Director WIRE SERVICES Associated Press John Raby – Sports Director

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e h t f o e m Ho Falcons A new glass entrance completed in 2009 provides a beautiful entrance into Joe Retton Arena.

Fairmont State is annually among the league leaders in attendance. FSU’s game against WV State was the highest attended game of the 2009-10 season.

A state-of-the-art scoreboard complete with player points and fouls provided fans with an enhanced game experience.

A 15,000-square foot training room provides student-athletes with first-class treatment for injuries.


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Room Joe Retton Arena features a first-class locker room for its student-athletes. The locker room is complete with a flat screen television for video breakdown and analysis, individual stalls with plenty of room for shoes, jerseys and gear.

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“Fairmont State has a great surrounding and the people here truly love basketball. The coaches and teammates here were exactly what I was looking for in a basketball program – everyone was so supportive in helping me learn about college life and basketball as a freshman.”

Dan Bruner

2006-10 Kettering, Ohio *2nd Team All-WVIAC “I really liked the coaching staff and I felt like they truly cared about me, and that stood out. I liked the style of play and I knew that I would fit in right away here. I thought the campus was great and the school has a lot of good programs.”

“I chose Fairmont State because I liked the area, people, coaches and staff. I’m excited for the community to get involved with the basketball program here and the support from them.”

Ryland Newman Senior Ranson, W.Va.

Isaac Thornton

Sophomore Martinsburg, W.Va. *WVIAC Freshman of the Year (2010)

“Fairmont State was the only school I wanted to visit. They treated me so well on my visit, and I could tell from the players and staff that they were dedicated to getting betters and winning championships.”

Basketball Terrence Green

Senior Williamsburg, Va. * All-WVIAC Honorable Mention (2010)

“I enjoyed my visit to Fairmont State and felt like I fit in with the players and coaches. I liked the campus all-around, it’s the right size school for me and it was nice to come up north and be in a little bigger setting.”

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four spots, where we play any of them. They’re all interchangeable – they’re about the same size, all athletic, they can defend the same kind of players. Therefore, we don’t get caught up in how we position the guys. We’ll have several guys run the point for us, and we have plenty of options. And the way we play, it doesn’t matter much anyway.

Q&A with Tim Murphy Q: As a coach, what did you learn from getting to the NCAA Tournament?

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A: I think that for us to have a good year and get to the NCAA Tournament was a big stride for our program. We’d like to do that every year and contend on a national level, and it has given our guys a lot of incentive to get back and compete on that stage. Q: Is the program in a position now to be in the mix for the NCAA Tournament and perhaps advancing further? A: I think we’ve tried to build our program the right way. We’ve tried to bring in good kids who graduate who are going to do the right things. For us

to improve every year and get better – that’s what we wanted to do. It’s not a quick process or direct way to do it, we’re just trying to do it over the years and we’re proud of that fact. Every year is so difficult to get back to that level because the league is so good and we need a little bit of luck. You play a grinding conference schedule that demands you be so good for a long period of time.

start every game for us and be WVIAC Freshman of the Year, there’s not a whole lot more we could have asked of him. He’s continued to get better because he works so hard not just in the games but he’s a great practice guy too. He loves the game and is a phenomenal athlete with tremendous skills. We’re fortunate to have him and if all goes well he can maybe break a few records here at Fairmont State.

Q: How did Isaac Thornton exceed your expectation last year and how has he improved going into this year?

Q: As a sophomore, is Isaac able to take a leadership role for the team?

A: We knew Isaac was going to be a good player and we were happy we signed him. He liked Fairmont State and we liked him. For a freshman to

Q: How comfortable are you with several players handling the ball against pressure? A: I don’t think the press will be an issue with us this year. We have a lot of people that can handle the ball with guards we have. We want to get the ball down the floor as quickly as we can simply because we have that type of play. If we’re throwing it up in the stands we’ll slow it down a bit. Turnovers are a bit of a concern when you play fast, but we’re working on that in the preseason.

A: He has become a bit of a leader for us. He leads by example because of his work ethic, but is now being more verbal. He’s such a competitor and he hates to lose. The amazing thing about Isaac is that he’s an unselfish guy. We had to tell him last year to shoot the ball more. He’s not a guy worried about himself and he’s a winner.

Q: Is one of the challenges for Terrence to get him to be a more consistent all-around player? A: Terrence had a really good year last year for his first year. He’s so athletic, he can defend a lot of different kinds of players, which is a bonus for us because he can guard so many different positions. He’s athletic, he’s quick, he rebounds the ball well and his strength is good. He needs to score for us a little bit and he’s shooting the ball a bit better. He’s a guy that likes to get better and I think he has.

Q: How is the health of Steve Custis heading into this year? A: Steve is a great player for us – a first team all-conference player last year. We see no signs of him with his injury. He’s jumping and running as good as he ever has, and we think he’s past it. It hurt us down the stretch last year not having him healthy, and it was a bit of a mental issue for him that he wasn’t 100 percent so he didn’t play his best basketball. Right now, we see no signs of that and he’s looked good in practice and he’ll continue to get better.

Q: The league is so good offensively, where is defense as a priority for the this year’s team? A: There’s no question. If you don’t defend, I don’t think you can win championships. We’ve tried to stress that more so than ever. We try to do it every year, but we have to get better at it and our commitment level has to be really good. We have to do the little things and fundamentals – blocking out, help defense, guarding the ball and preventing dribble-drive penetration. We have athletes that

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can do that. Defense is just a matter of want-to, hustle and work. This league is phenomenal in terms of offensive players and in numbers put up, that if you are good enough to score some points and can turn around and guard people you have a good chance to win. Q: You are without a pure, spotup shooter this year. How will you adapt to that? A: We don’t have a guy like Dan Bruner that can stretch out a defense. That allowed our athletes to have drive opportunities, so we’ll miss that. I don’t know that we have a great pure shooter, but we have a lot of good shooters that can make shots and we can still shoot the three. We have some guys that can come in and spot play against some zones, but we’re going to be a bit different. We’re as athletic as we’ve ever been. We’re going to have to drive the ball a lot, but good teams are going to take dribble-drive away from you, and it becomes a cat-and-mouse kind of game with how we have to play. When teams drop off us and make us shoot it, we’re going to have to make shots. We’re going to have to find other ways to create shots for our players. That just comes with how teams play us defensively. Q: What should we expect from Fairmont State in terms of interior play this season? A: We just play with our most talented guys. Coach Retton told me to get the best guys you can get and find a place to put them. That’s what we’ve done. At our level, you can’t always get the 6-9 guy who is a beast inside. We’ve downsized – we’re not very big and we understand that. We don’t have to play with a true post. We have some guys that can play down there, like Rudy Roberts who can score with his back to the basket and get some rebounds. But we’re asking him to adjust to us and step away from the basket at times. We think that in this league, you don’t have to be that big and you can be successful.

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Terrence Green Q: What does the new group of players bring to the team? A: I think our new players are adjusting to us and figuring out our system. Their heads are spinning a bit. They’re thinking and not playing. Rudy Roberts is a smart kid with a big body and a good attitude, and he’s going to help us. Melvin Rhodes is a typical guy that we have. He’s a 6-3 athletic guy that shoots it pretty well, can get to the basket and defends pretty good. He’s one of the guys that’s interchangeable.

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Tim Murphy Head Coach Seventh Season

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West Virginia native and Fairmont State All-American Tim Murphy begins his seventh season as the head coach of the Fighting Falcon basketball team. Murphy brings enthusiasm, excitement and knowledge of the game and the Fairmont State community to the Falcon sideline. Fairmont State has continued to make strides toward the top of the league in his five seasons as head coach. Last season, the Falcons earned an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament where they gave eventual national runner-up all it could handle in the first round. Fairmont State won 22 games and Murphy coached Steve Custis to first team AllWVIAC honors and Isaac Thornton to WVIAC Freshman of the Year recognition.  In 2008-09, Murphy captured his first 20-win season as Falcon head coach as FSU posted a 20-9 mark. It was the first 20-win season for Fairmont State since the 200001 season. He also helped Thad McFadden become the first All-American since he accomplished the feat himself in 1985, and the first since moving from NAIA to NCAA Division II. McFadden was also a two-time first team All-WVIAC selection. Three seasons ago FSU was just one-win shy of 20 victories as the Falcons posted a 19-10 mark and a top-six finish in the competitive WVIAC. McFadden was a first team All-WVIAC selection, and Ronnie Means was a second team pick. In 2006-07, he helped Fairmont State to a 15-13 record and a top-eight finish in the WVIAC regular season. The Falcons also led the nation in three-pointers per game with 10.6. Murphy also coached a pair of WVIAC honorees in second team pick Ronnie Means and honorable mention selection Kevin Pearson. In his first season at the helm, he posted 12

a 15-14 record and helped Marvin Rashad earn first team All-WVIAC honors. His overall record in three seasons at Fairmont State is 82-61. Prior to being named the 10th head coach in Fairmont State history, Murphy served as an assistant coach for the Falcons. In three years as an assistant and five as a head coach, Fairmont State has posted record of 136-91. Murphy, a Buckhannon, W.Va., native, was the last men’s basketball player to earn first

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team All-America honors at Fairmont State. At Fairmont State, Murphy was a three-year starter for the Falcons and a two-time, first team All-West Virginia Conference selection. He was also the WVIAC’s Player of the Year in 1984-85, when he averaged 22.0 points and 9.2 rebounds per game. That same year, he was an NAIA All-American, a Blue Ribbon All-American and a Basketball Times AllAmerican. Murphy helped lead the Falcons to their last WVIAC Tournament title in 1984.

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Brett Vincent begins his seventh season as the assistant men’s basketball coach at Fairmont State. Vincent brings extensive Division I playing experience as well as successful stints as a head coach at the Division II and high school levels to the Falcon sidelines. Prior to the 2009-10 season, Vincent was promoted to Associate Head Coach for his contributions to the men’s basketball program. Vincent is involved in all aspects of the FSU program with coach Murphy  Last season he helped the Falcons earn an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament as FSU posted a 22-8 record. He also helped develop guard Steve Custis into a first team All-WVIAC pick and freshman guard Isaac Thornton into the WVIAC Freshman of the Year.  In 2008-09 he helped the Falcons to its first 20 win season since 2001 and coached All-American guard Thad McFadden and WVIAC All-Freshman pick Custis. Three seasons ago, the Falcons posted a 19-10 record and Vincent was instrumental in the guidance of the prolific back court of two-time All-WVIAC second team pick Ronnie Means and first team all-conference selection Thad McFadden. Vincent comes to Fairmont State after spending three seasons as head coach at Lewis County High School. The team’s total wins under Vincent were a 30-win improvement over the three seasons prior to his arrival at Lewis County. In 2003, he led Lewis County to the section championship and an appearance in the regional final. Lewis County posted its first winning season in 17 years and received its first top-10 state ranking in 19 years that season. The Minutemen also picked up postseason wins in each of his three seasons. Prior to his stint at Lewis County High School, Vincent complied a 92-49 record as the head basketball coach at Alderson-Broaddus from 1996-2001. He took over in 1996 at the age of 28, and as one of the youngest head coaches in the NCAA, promptly led A-B to 20 wins in three of his five seasons. The Battlers led the WVIAC in points per game in 1998, and were fifth in the country in defensive field goal percentage in 2000. His teams advanced to the WVIAC tournament semifinals 14

twice and to the championship game once. He coached Sean Hampton, who was a two-time WVIAC Player of the Year and first team All-East Region selection, and recruited Stephen Dye who went on to set the career record in NCAA Division II for three-pointers made with 444. Vincent had a graduation rate of nearly 100 percent for those who exhausted their eligibility, and Kevyn McBride earned Academic All-American honors. Several players earned all-conference honors, and four players went on to play professionally in Europe, and Josh Allen was invited to the NBA pre-draft camp in Portsmouth, Va. His winning percentage of .652 was first in school history and ranked 27th nationally among active Division II head coaches at the time. The Battlers averaged 18.4 victories per season during Vincent’s five seasons and were 31-4 in non-league play. Vincent also spent time as the head women’s golf coach and the softball coach at AldersonBroaddus, leading the Battler softball team to two WVIAC title games and an appearance in the NAIA regional tournament. Vincent played college basketball at three Division I schools: West Virginia University, Robert Morris and Marshall University, and was a starter at all three schools. As a freshman at WVU, the Mountaineers advanced to the NCAA Tournament. As a sophomore, West Virginia was 8-1 with him starting at point guard and he was named to the All-East Academic team as the Mountaineers advanced to the NIT. Vincent then moved on to Robert Morris where he spent two seasons with the Colonials, the first of which he sat out due to transfer rules. As a junior, Vincent helped lead RMU to its second straight Northeast Conference title and NCAA Tournament where the Colonials took on Kansas. As a senior at Marshall, he led the team in assists and still is the school’s leader in career 3-point field goal percentage (43 percent). He received his bachelor’s degree in sports management in 1991 from Marshall University in Huntington, W.Va. He received his master’s degree in education from Salem-Teikyo University in 2000. Vincent graduated from South Harrison High School where he led the state and was ranked fourth nationally averaging 35.9 points per game as a senior. He led the Hawks to an undefeated regular season in 1986, the only one in West Virginia. He was named the Morgantown Touchdown Club West Virginia Player of the Year

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Robert Cable is in his 21st year as the head athletic trainer at Fairmont State University. In addition to his duties of supervising athletic training for each of Fairmont State’s 15 sports, the West Virginia Wesleyan College and West Virginia University graduate is also heavily involved within the athletic training community both regionally and nationally. Cable was named NCAA Division II Trainer of the Year in the summer of 2010 by th National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). The honor recognizes the outstanding efforts of a certified athletic trainer employed in a collegiate setting at a Division II school. The NATA selected Cable on the merits of his active community and campus involvement; volunteer service; national, district and state athletic training participation; promotion of the profession; and exceptional performance in the role of collegiate athletic trainer. Cable is a member of the NATA District 3 Board of Directors. He has served the West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association (WVATA) in numerous capacities throughout his career, and is currently the president of that group. One of his top priorities as president of the WVATA is licensure for all certified athletic trainers in West Virginia. Further, Cable is in his second term as president of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) Athletic Trainers Committee. In 2007, he was named the WVATA “Trainer of the Year” for his willingness to go “above and beyond the normal call of duty.” Prior to coming to Fairmont State, Cable was the head athletic trainer, head women’s softball coach and assistant women’s basketball coach at West Virginia Wesleyan College. His softball team made the school’s first trip to the NAIA National Softball Championship Tournament in his final season. Cable also spent time as a clinical athletic trainer at Medbrook Sports Medicine Clinic and adjunct professor of health and physical education at Salem International University. He also worked as an athletic training intern with the Baltimore Colts early in his career. In addition to his athletic training duties, he also teaches in the Health and Human Performance Department. Cable has been instrumental in expanding the training facility to over 1,300 square feet that was completed in the spring of 2008. The new training room is four times the size of the previous location

in the 1986 season, and was a three-time all-state selection and captained the Class AA All-State team as a senior. He is the son of Don and Jean Vincent of Shinnston, W.Va. His father was a standout at West Virginia University on the 1958 Mountaineer squad that was ranked No. 1 in the nation, and his broken leg in the Southern Conference Tournament may have prevented the Mountaineers from claiming a national title.  He is married to the former Andrea Gum, who works as a reading specialist for the Lewis County Board of Education. The two have one son, Cole.

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and features include four small treatment tables, six large treatment tables and increased unobstructed floor space. Cable is married to the former Jill Hinkle and they are the parents of two children, Courtney and Johnathan.

Warren Baker Academic/ Athletic Liaison

Warren Baker serves the Fairmont State basketball program by providing counsel for the men’s basketball players. Baker, an education faculty member at Fairmont State, provides an outlet for players with academic or team issues. Baker was a standout for West Virginia from 1973-76. Baker scored 1,556 points and 1,070 rebounds during his career with the Mountaineers. He also served as team captain as a senior.

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Dr. Greg Hinton Student-Athlete Development/ Staff Mentor

Dr. Greg Hinton continues to provide his guidance and support for the coaches and program and countless other student-athletes at Fairmont State. Among Dr. Hinton’s duties are mentoring the head coach and staff as well as academic and life counseling for the student-athletes. Dr. Hinton received his bachelor’s degree in history from Fairmont State in 1978 before earning his doctorate in jurisprudence from West Virginia University in 1981. He has taught at Fairmont State since 1989 and has won numerous awards, including twice winning the William A. Boram Award for teaching excellence at Fairmont State. In 2009 he was promoted to Professor, Senior Level, in the School of Business – the first person to ever hold such a rank. He was also a 2009 Civil Rights honoree for West Virginia Civil Rights Day and was selected the King for the 18th West Virginia Black Festival. Dr. Hinton is also heavily involved in many community organizations as well as his church. G u i d e 15


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John Marano helps coordinate the strength and conditioning programs for the men’s basketball team, in addition to his duties with the football team. An outstanding football player at Fairmont State, Marano was a first team All-WVIAC selection as a senior after ranking among the team leaders in total tackles (60) and tackles for a loss (10.5). He was also named All-Northeast Region by the Don Hansen Gazette in that 2006 season. Marano earned his undergraduate degree in exercise science from Fairmont State in 2007. He is currently pursuing a master’s in business administration from Fairmont State.

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D.D. Meighen serves as the team chaplain providing spiritual guidance for the men’s basketball program. A native of Fairmont, Meighen attended Fairmont Senior and Fairmont State before receiving a Masters of Divinity at Methodist Theological School in Delaware, Ohio. Meighen has also been very active in the basketball community throughout his life. He coached and was an assistant for three AAU state championship teams. He has also announced high school and college games on the former Fox Channel 6. Meighen is married to the former Mary Gwinn, who is an Associate Professor of Nursing at Fairmont State. The two have three children: Chris, Drew and Mary, and four grandchildren.

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Ht. 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-9 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-6 6-2 6-4

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Hometown/High School Frederick, Md./Frederick Fairmont, W.Va./East Fairmont Fairmont, W.Va./Fairmont Senior Baltimore, Md./ Easley, S.C./Easley (Walter State CC) Frederick, Md./Frederick Ranson, W.Va./Jefferson (Potomac State) Flint, Mich./Flint Southwest Academy (St. Clair CC) Martinsburg, W.Va./Martinsburg Cleveland, Ohio/ (Pitt Johnstown) Williamsburg, Va./Bruton (Allegheny College) Hinton, W.Va./Summers County Washington, D.C./Damascus (Frederick CC) Charleston, W.Va./Capital (Glenville State) Parkersburg, W.Va./Parkersburg South

High School: High School: Scored over 1,500 points at Frederick High for coach Arnie McGaha ... two-time conference Player of the Year ... three-time team MVP ... averaged 16 points as a sophomore ... averaged 22.3 points per game as a junior ... led the Cadets to a regional title and berth in the state tournament as a senior ... averaged nearly 27 points, 8.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists and six steals per game that season.

G, 6-2, 170 Junior Frederick, Md./Frederick * First Team All-WVIAC (2010)

Personal: Steven Custis ... born December 8, 1989 ... son of Brenda and Steve

Custis ... one of three children ... majoring in sports management.

As A Sophomore (2009-10): First team All-WVIAC selection … averaged 16.1

points per game … scored 20 points or more in 10 games … played in 25 games making 23 starts … slowed by injury late in the season … ranked among the top 15 in the WVIAC in scoring … also averaged 1.84 steals per game … 13 points and a career-high eight rebounds in opener against Maryland Bible (11/15/09) … 16 points in win over Urbana (11/16/09) … poured in 24 points on 9-of-14 shooting from the field in easy win over Salem (11/24/09) … netted 21 vs. Ohio Valley (12/1/09) … scored 24 points, recorded two blocks and three assists against West Liberty (12/5/09) … 22 points, five rebounds and three assists against Concord (12/8/09) … 16 points in just 18 minutes of action against Penn State Greater Allegheny (12/11/09) … 16 points and six steals in win over Bluefield State (1/9/10) … scored 20 points, came away with six steals and dished out four assists in win over Glenville State (1/14/10) … 22 points, including 9-of-10 from the free throw line, against Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) … 26 points in win dramatic overtime victory over Pitt-Johnstown (1/28/10) … 21 points, five rebounds, four steals, four assists and two blocks at Shepherd (2/1/10) … exploded for a career-high 32 points in upset victory over WV State (2/4/10) … connected on 11-of-17 field goals against the Yellow Jackets … suffered injury at home against Wheeling Jesuit (2/15/10) … returned to the court and saw action in the first round of the WVIAC Tournament against Concord (3/2/10) … played 29 minutes and scored 13 points against Charleston in WVIAC Quarterfinals (3/4/10) … started but played just 12 minutes against IUP in NCAA Tournament (3/13/10).

Steve Custis’ Career Highs

Points...............32 vs. WV State (2/4/10) Assists..............5 (three times) Rebounds..........7 vs. Maryland Bible (11/15/09) Steals................6 (twice)

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As A Redshirt Freshman (2008-09): Played in 27 games and made 16 starts …

WVIAC All-Rookie team … averaged 10 points, two rebounds and two assists per game … scored 19 points and four assists in his debut against Ohio StateNewark (11/15/08) … 20 points in victory over WV Wesleyan (11/16/08) … hit four three-pointers on his way to 22 points against Wheeling Jesuit (11/22/08) … also had four assists against the Cardinals … eight points and five assists against Urbana (12/12/08) … career-high 27 points in victory over Glenville State (1/15/09) … hit 9-of-12 from the free throw line and had four assists against the Pioneers … 16 points and five assists WV Wesleyan (1/17/09) … netted 13 points against WV State (1/22/09) … 11 points and three steals vs. Concord (1/26/09) … 16 points with four assists and five rebounds at Shepherd (1/29/09) … 18 points against Wheeling Jesuit (1/31/09) … scored 13 points and grabbed five rebounds and added three steals in victory over Salem (2/2/09) … 10 points and six rebounds off the bench at Ohio Valley (2/12/09) … scored 12 points against West Liberty (2/19/09) … hit three threes on way to 13 points against Shepherd (2/23/09).

Steve Custis’ Career Statistics Year

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FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A

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FT% PTS/AVG REB/AVG PF/FO AST

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2008-09 27/16 96/204 .471 35/90 .389 50/72 .694 277/10.3 63/2.3 61/3 55 43 13 25 628/23.3 2009-10 25/23 145/291 .498 27/81 .333 86/118 .729 403/16.1 78/3.1 65/1 46 46 11 46 702/28.1 TOTAL 52/39 241/495 .487 62/171 .363 136/190 .716 680/13.1 141/2.7 126/4 101 89 24 71 1330/25.6

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Garrett foggin

Terrence Green

G, 6-2, 180 Freshman Fairmont, W.Va./East Fairmont

F, 6-4, 190 Freshman Parkersburg, W.Va./Parkersburg South

G/F, 6-3, 180 Senior Williamsburg, Va./Bruton (Allegany College) *All-WVIAC Honorable Mention (2010)

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Before Fairmont State: Outstanding all-around athlete at East Fairmont …

lettered in football, basketball, soccer, track and baseball … first East Fairmont athlete to letter in five different sports … all-state football player as a wide receiver in football. Personal: Nicholas Tyler Bonnett … birthday is March 10 … one of five children … son of Ray and Judy Bonnett … parents are Fairmont State alums … father is a former student-athlete and baseball coach at Fairmont State, and currently is Associate Athletic Director and NCAA Compliance Coordinator.

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As A Junior (2009-10): All-WVIAC honorable mention selection … started all 30 games for the Falcons … averaged 12.5 points … shot nearly 54 percent from the field … scored in double figures in 22 of the team’s 30 games … team’s top rebounder at 6.8 per contest … five double-doubles on the year … also led the team in steals (55) … ranked among the league leaders in rebounding, steals and field goal percentage … 12 points and seven boards in season-opener against Maryland Bible (11/15/09) … 16 points and three assists in victory over Urbana (11/16/09) … five steals against Salem (11/24/09) … netted 15 points and added seven boards against West Liberty (12/5/09) … season-high 24 points in victory over Point Park (1/4/10) … also added seven rebounds against the Pioneers … double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds in win over Ohio Eastern (1/6/10) … 18 points, seven rebounds and five steals in road win at Bluefield State (1/9/10) … connected on 11-14 from the field in that game … scored 22 points and pulled down seven boards against Seton Hill (1/18/10) … double-double with 15 points and 10 boards against Davis & Elkins (1/23/10) … notched another double-double with 15 points and 14 rebounds in victory against WV State (2/4/10) … 14 points to go with season-high 15 rebounds in victory over Ohio Valley (2/11/10) … six of the 15 rebounds came on the offensive glass against the Fighting Scots … career-high five assists at Salem (2/13/10) … 12 points and 10 reboundson the road at West Liberty (2/18/10) … 13 points and five assists against Pitt-Johnstown (2/23/10) … 11 points and nine rebounds in first round of the NCAA Tournament against IUP (3/13/10).

High School: All-around athlete at Parkersburg South … averaged 8.7 points

and 9.3 rebounds per game … helped lead the Patriots to the state tournament as a junior … also lettered in football and track … team defensive MVP and allstate honorable mention in football as a senior … also had 24 catches for 267 yards and four touchdowns as a tight end … led team with 107 total tackles as a junior … state qualifier in the 4x400 and 4x800 in track. Personal: Garrett Foggin … birthday is June 24 … son of Sasha Hays and Phil

Hays … mother played basketball at Fairmont State … majoring in national security and intelligence.

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Ty Garrison

G/F, 6-6, 185 Senior Gaithersburg, Md./Damascus (Frederick CC)

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F, 6-3 170 Freshman Fairmont, W.Va./Fairmont Senior

11 As A Junior (2009-10): Saw action in 11 games for the Falcons … scored in three games … season-high nine minutes against Salem (11/24/09) … scored two points … tallied an assist against Penn State Greater Allegheny (12/11/09) … three points and season-high four boards against Bluefield State (1/9/10) … five points and three rebounds in win over Salem (2/13/10) … two rebounds in WVIAC Tournament first round win over Concord (3/2/10). At Frederick CC (2007-09): Second team All-Region XX … averaged 13 points and five rebounds per game … earned the FCC Cougar Award … led the team to the Region XX semifinals. High School: Two-time letterwinner for coach Pat Cook at Damascus … team

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At Allegany College (2007-09): Co-captain for coach Mike Baker at Allegany …

as a sophomore averaged 10 points and five rebounds … second team all-state and All-Region XX … led squad to 22-3 record, state and region titles and a berth in the national championships (NJCAA).

High School: Three-year letterwinner for coach Dave Retton at Fairmont Senior

… two-time first team All-NCAC selection … also a two-time All-Mon Valley game … averaged 22 points and six assists as a senior … NCAC Player of the Year … second team all-state selection … helped the Polar Bears to an 18-5 record and a sectional title … averaged 17 points and five assists as a junior … set school record for made three-pointers in a game with eight.

High School: Averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds as a senior at Bruton … first team all-district and second team all-region and Virginia Gazette … voted two-time “best rebounder” … led the Panthers to a runner-up finish in the district and region … member of the second team in school history to advance to state tournament.

Personal: Ty Grandstaff Garrison … son of Dusty and Richard Garrison …

birthday is April 22 … one of two children … majoring in pre-pharmacy.

Personal: Terrence Terrell Green … born May 24, 1989 … son of Peggy Harris

… one of three children … cousin Shawn Springs played at Ohio State and in the NFL … majoring in computer science and technology.

MVP and first team all-conference … averaged 21 points and eight rebounds per game … helped the Hornets to the region semifinals. Personal: Dejae Kelly Dorsey … born Aug. 16, 1987 … raised by grandmother

Terrence Green’s Career Highs

Terrence Green

Diane Scott … majoring in sports management.

Points...............24 vs. Point Park (1/4/10) Assists..............5 (twice) Rebounds..........15 vs. Ohio Valley (2/11/10) Steals................5 (twice)

Dejae Dorsey’s Career Highs

Points...............5 vs. Salem Int’l (2/13/10) Rebounds..........4 vs. Bluefield State (1/9/10)

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2009-10 30/30 162/303 .535 1/5 .200 51/83 .614 376/12.5 205/6.8 69/0 62 76 21 55 821/27.4

2009-10 11/0 4/16 .250 1/11 .091 1/2 .500 10/0.9 13/1.2 3/0 1 5 2 0 48/4.4

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Mike Hurd

Erv McFadden

F, 6-6, 190 Redshirt Sophomore Hinton, W.Va./Summers Co.

G, 6-2 210 Junior Charleston, W.Va./Capital (Glenville State)

G, 6-2, 175 Senior Flint, Mich./Flint Southwest Academy (St. Clair CC)

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played in 13 games … averaged five points per contest … scored four points and handed out three assists in debut against Ohio State-Newark (11/15/08) … three rebounds in four minutes of action against WV Wesleyan (11/16/08) … eight points, including two three-pointers, against West Liberty (12/4/08) … three points against Ohio-Eastern (1/7/09) … six points and five rebounds against Penn State-Greater Allegheny (1/19/09) … five points and three rebound in victory over Seton Hill (2/14/09).

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As A Junior (2009-10): Started 15 games before missing the season with a knee

At Glenville State (2006-08): Averaged 7.9 points per game as a freshman at Glenville State … played in 28 games and made six starts … led the team with 61 three-pointers … averaged 21.4 minutes per contest … played in 22 games and made seven starts as a sophomore for the Pioneers … made 44 three pointers … shot 36 percent from behind the arc … averaged 6.4 points per game … played 14.6 minutes per game.

injury … averaged 7.1 points and 3.4 assists per game … seven points and eight assists against Maryland Bible (11/15/09) … seven points and seven assists against Urbana (11/16/09) … 11 points in win over Salem (11/24/09) … 10 points in win over Ohio Eastern (1/6/10) … six steals, five points and four assists in road win at Bluefield State (1/9/10) … 10 points and five steals against Glenville State (1/14/10) … 13 points and six assists and five rebounds in win over WV Wesleyan (1/16/10) … season-high 14 points against Seton Hill (1/18/10) … 10 points and four rebounds against Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) … suffered season-ending injury against Davis & Elkins (1/23/10).

High School: Played for coach Carl Clark at Capital … second team all-state

selection as a senior … set school record for threes made in a game (10) … helped the Cougars to the state tournament in each of his three seasons … averaged 15.5 points per game throughout his career at Capital.

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At St. Clair CC (2007-09): Played two seasons at St. Clair CC under coach Dale

High School: Four-year letterman at Summers County … three-time all-

conference selection and two-time all-state honoree … McDonald’s All-America nominee … scored over 1,000 points in his career for the Bobcats … also a member of the winningest team in school history … averaged a double-double as a senior with 24 points and 10 rebounds.

Personal: Michael Lee Hurd … birthday is April 15 … son of Tammy Hurd …

majoring in business.

Personal: Andrew Martin Gunnoe … born April 5, 1990 … son of Richard and

Vos … in his second season with the Skippers was named second team AllMCCAA Eastern Conference and to the league’s all-defensive team … in his first season, earned all-conference honorable mention honors and was named to the all-freshman team.

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High School: Second team all-state selection as a junior and senior at Flint

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Soutwestern Academy … all-conference defensive player … team captain and team MVP for the Knights … led the team to a pair of district titles … helped team to reach state semifinals in his final two seasons.

Karla Gunnoe … second of four children … grandfather played basketball at Concord and WVU… majoring in business. Gunnoe’s Career Bests

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Personal: Erving Grant McFadden … born Jan. 16, 1989 … one of four children

Points...............8 vs. West Liberty (12/4/09) Rebounds..........5 vs. Penn State-Greater Allegheny (1/19/09) Assists..............3 vs. Ohio State-Newark (11/15/08)

… brother Thad was an All-American at Fairmont State … father played football at Wisconsin. Erv McFadden’s Career Highs

Points...............14 vs. Seton Hill (1/18/10) Assists..............8 vs. Maryland Bible (11/15/09) Rebounds..........5 vs. Urbana (11/16/09) Steals................6 vs. Bluefield State (1/9/10)

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2006-07* 28/6 77/236 .326 61/206 .296 2007-08* 22/7 48/131 .366 44/123 .358 Total 50/13 125/347 .360 105/329 .319 * at Glenville State 22

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5/7 .714 220/7.9 45/1.6 24/0 14 21 1/1 1.000 141/6.4 31/1.4 23/1 15 12 6/8 .750 361/7.2 76/1.5 47/1 29 33

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2009-10 15/15 34/96 .354 11/35 .314 28/42 .667 107/7.1 50/3.3 31/0 51 30 1 22 380/25.3

2008-09 13/0 9/17 .529 5/11 .455 4/9 .444 27/2.1 18/1.4 11/1 7 4 1 2 70/5.4

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Melvin Rhodes

Rudy Roberts

G, 6-0, 185 Senior Ranson, W.Va./Jefferson (Potomac State)

G, 6-3, 185 Sophomore Baltimore, Md./North County (Baltimore City CC)

F, 6-6, 245 Sophomore Cleveland, Ohio/East Tech HS (Pitt-Johnstown)

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As A Junior (2009-10): Played in all 30 games and made two starts … averaged 15.4 minutes per game for the Falcons … averaged three points, two rebounds and 1.7 assists per game … seven points in opener against Maryland Bible (11/15/09) … three points and three assists against West Liberty (12/5/09) … four steals, three assists and two points against Penn State Greater Allegheny (12/11/09) … scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds against Glenville State (1/14/10) … pulled down seven rebounds to go with four points, four assists and three steals against Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) … earned the start and scored five points and handed out four assists against Pitt-Johnstown (1/28/10) … played a season-high 29 minutes against the Mountain Cats … started and played 25 minutes against Shepherd (2/1/10) … scored seven points in 17 minutes of action in road win over Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) … chipped in seven points and three rebounds at home against Shepherd (2/20/10) … grabbed five rebounds and scored four points against Seton Hill (2/27/10) … scored eight points in WVIAC Quarterfinals against Charleston (3/4/10) … played 10 minutes in NCAA Tournament first round game against IUP (3/13/10).

Before Fairmont State: Played one season at Baltimore City CC … was an

all-conference honorable mention selection … led Maryland JUCO in field goal percentage … averaged 14 points, six rebounds and five assists per game … four-year letterwinner at North County High … named all-county as a senior … averaged 15 points, five rebounds and four assists that season … helped the Knights to a regional runner-up finish as a junior. Personal: Melvin Lyonel Rhodes Jr. … birthday is July 13 … majoring in

information technology.

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Ryland Newman’s Career Highs

Points...............10 (three times) Assists..............13 vs. Bluefield State (2/9/09) Rebounds..........7 vs. Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) Steals................4 vs. Penn State Greater All (12/11/09)

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BY POSITION:

West Virginia (7): Nick Bonnett (Fairmont), Garrett Foggin (Parkersburg), Ty Garrison (Fairmont), Andrew Gunnoe (Hinton), Mike Hurd (Charleston), Ryland Newman (Ranson), Isaac Thornton (Martinsburg)

Guard (8): Nick Bonnett, Steve Custis, Ty Garrison, Mike Hurd, Erv McFadden, Ryland Newman, Chris Talley, Isaac Thornton

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Forward (3): Garrett Foggin, Andrew Gunnoe, Rudy Roberts

Michigan (1): Erv McFadden (Flint)

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South Carolina (1): Chris Talley (Easley)

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Guard/Forward (4): Dejae Dorsey, Terrence Green, Melvin Rhodes, Chris Thompson

Maryland (3): Steve Custis (Frederick), Melvin Rhodes (Baltimore), Chris Thompson (Frederick)

Ohio (1): Rudy Roberts (Cleveland)

2008-09 25/7 24/56 .429 6/29 .207 19/29 .655 73/2.9 49/2.0 38/1 53 44 2 14 386/15.4 2009-10 30/2 32/61 .525 9/27 .333 16/22 .727 89/3.0 61/2.0 51/0 51 36 1 34 463/15.4 TOTAL 55/9 56/117 .479 15/56 .268 35/51 .686 162/2.9 110/2.0 89/1 104 80 3 48 849/15.4

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High School: Four-year letterman for Coach Bob Starkey … led the Cougars

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2009-10 29/33 85/133 .639 0/1 .000 28/48 .583 198/6.8 135/4.7 56/0 24 48 8 8 460/15.9

appeared in 11 games and averaged six points, one rebound and one assist.

Ryland Newman’s Career Statistics

High School: Two-year letterwinner for coach Brett Moore at East Tech High … averaged 14 points and 11 rebounds during his senior season … voted team MVP and defensive player of the year … played in 2008 Heights vs. Hoods All-Star Game and 2008 Greater Cleveland All-Star Game … helped lead team to Senate Conference championship and Division I sectional title … graduated with high honors and selected as school’s Student-Athlete of the Year.

Points...............16 vs. WV Wesleyan (1/23/10) Assists..............5 vs. Bluefield State (2/6/10) Rebounds..........11 vs. Glenville State (1/30/10) Steals................2 vs. WV Wesleyan (1/23/10) Blocks...............2 vs. Seton Hill (2/1/10)

At Potomac State (2007-08): Played one season for the Catamounts …

Personal: Ryland Newman … born March 23, 1988 … son of Curtis and Annette Jones … second of three children … lists his favorite athlete as Chris Paul … also a starting cornerback on the Fairmont State football team … majoring in physical education.

At Pitt-Johnstown (2009-10): Spent one season at Pitt-Johnstown … played in 29 games and made three starts … averaged 6.8 points and 4.7 rebounds for the Mountain Cats … shot 64 percent from the field … averaged nearly 16 minutes per game … posted a career-high 16 points in a start against WV Wesleyan (1/23/10) … grabbed 11 rebounds against Glenville State (1/30/10).

Rudy Roberts’ Career Highs (at Pitt-Johnstown)

As A Sophomore (2008-09): Played in 25 games making seven starts in the backcourt for Fairmont State … averaged 2.9 points and 2.1 assists per game … five points and four rebounds against Ohio-Eastern (1/7/09) … scored five points and added four rebounds at home against Concord (1/23/09) … notched 10 points, four assists and three steals against Shepherd (1/29/09) … tallied 10 points against Wheeling Jesuit (1/31/09) … recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 assists against Davis & Elkins in his first career start (2/7/09) … three rebounds shy of triple-double with seven rebounds against the Senators … career-high 13 assists against Bluefield State (2/9/09) … six points and seven assists against West Liberty (2/19/09) … two points and five rebounds at WVIAC Tournament against West Liberty (3/5/09).

to two regional championships … led the team in assists in each of his four seasons … also lettered three years in football and track … ran for 1,693 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior and earned all-state honors.

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G, 6-2, 210 Senior Easley, S.C./Easley (Walters State CC)

G, 6-2, 210 Junior Frederick, Md./Frederick

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As A Sophomore (2009-10): Saw action in 23 games for the Falcons … averaged eight minutes per contest … netted six points and four rebounds against Concord (12/8/09) … recorded a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds in win over Penn State Greater Allegheny (12/11/09) …played a season-high 21 minutes in that contest … seven points and three points in 13 minutes of action against Point Park (1/4/10) … five points against West Liberty … saw action against IUP in first round of NCAA Tournament (3/13/10).

As A Junior (2009-10): Saw action in 23 games … made 16 starts, primarily down the stretch, for the Falcons … scored in double figures 11 times, including 10 times when inserted as a starter … averaged 7.5 points per game on the year … scored 11 points and grabbed five rebounds against Penn State Greater Allegheny (12/11/09) … scored 20 points in first game as a starter to help lead the Falcons to a win over WV State (2/4/10) … connected on 8-of-12 attempts from the field including a pair of threes … scored 15 points in win over Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) … was a perfect 8-of-8 from the line against the Battlers … 10 points in just 22 minutes of action against Salem (2/13/10) … scored 15 points at West Liberty (2/18/10) … chipped in 11 points at PittJohnstown (2/23/10) … double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds in victory over Charleston (2/25/10) … scored 15 points and added four rebounds and four steals against Seton Hill (2/27/10) … 10 points in WVIAC first round win over Concord (3/2/10) … netted 16 points in WVIAC Quarterfinals against Charleston (3/4/10) … 13 points in NCAA Tournament first round game against IUP (3/13/10).

As A Redshirt Freshman (2008-09): Played in 26 games and made 12 starts

… averaged 5.8 points and 2.7 rebounds per game … second on the team in offensive rebounds with 42 … scored 12 points and grabbed four rebounds in his first career start against Ohio-Eastern (1/7/09) … tallied 16 points and five rebounds against Davis & Elkins (2/7/09) … notched a career-best 27 points and six rebounds against Bluefield State (2/9/09) … season-high nine rebounds including seven on the offensive glass against Seton Hill (2/14/09) … scored 12 points and notched five rebounds against West Liberty (2/19/09) … picked up 17 points in win over Pitt-Johnstown (2/21/09).

At Walters State CC (2007-09): Played two seasons at Walter State CC …

averaged 11 points during his sophomore season … helped the Senators to a regional title and a berth in the national tournament in his first season.

As A Freshman (2007-08): Redshirted the season.

High School: Two-sport star at Easley HS … three-time all-region and all-state

first team pick ... averaged 20 points, nine rebounds and four assists as a senior ... was the top three-point shooter in the county ... led the Cadets to the regional championship and state berth in 2007 ... also a standout on the gridiron ... three-time first team all-state pick at wide receiver ... had 1,000 receiving yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior ... also lettered in track.

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High School: Three-time Frederick News Post first team selection ... Gazette

player … team MVP … helped the Green Wave to the state semifinals as a senior … lettered four years in football and was a two-time all-region selection as a wide receiver. Personal: Christopher Antonio Talley … born April 10, 1988 … son of Patricia Talley and Eddie Talley … one of three children … majoring in sports management.

Personal: Christopher Thompson ... born April 26, 1989 ... son of Christina and William Thompson ... one of two children ... joins high school teammate Steve Custis on the FSU roster ... majoring in business management.

Chris Talley’s Career Highs

Points...............20 vs. WV State (2/4/10) Assists..............4 vs. Concord (3/2/10) Rebounds..........10 vs. Charleston (2/25/10) Steals................4 vs. Seton Hill (2/27/10)

Chris Thompson’s Career Highs

Points...............27 vs. Bluefield State (2/9/09) Assists..............3 vs. Ohio Valley (2/12/09) Rebounds..........10 vs. Penn State Greater All (12/11/09) Steals................2 (three times)

Chris Thompson

Chris Talley

Chris Thompson’s Career Statistics

Chris Talley’s Career Statistics Year

GP/GS

FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A

FT% PTS/AVG REB/AVG PF/FO AST

2009-10 26/13 73/182 .401 22/71 .310 26/31 .839 194/7.5 57/2.2 32/0 28 40

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TO BLK STL MIN/AVG

6 18 485/18.7

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FT/A FT% PTS/AVG REB/AVG PF/FO AST 30/41 .732 150/5.8 69/2.7 35/0 15 13/21 .619 71/3.1 35/1.5 17/0 7 43/62 .694 221/4.5 104/2.1 52/0 22

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G, 6-2, 170 Sophomore Martinsburg, W.Va./Martinsburg *WVIAC Freshman of the Year (2010)

As A Freshman (2009-10): WVIAC Freshman of the Year … established himself as one of the top players in the league as a freshman … averaged 15.4 points … scoring average was best among all league freshmen and was 19th in the conference … led the team with 456 points on the year … led the team in assists (83) and also was second on the team in rebounds per game (4.9) … started all 30 games and averaged 30.4 minutes … scored in double figures in all but four contests, including the final 22 games consecutively … scored 20 points or more eight times … scored 13 points and grabbed eight rebounds in debut against Maryland Bible (11/15/09) … scored 18 points on 8-of-13 shooting against West Liberty (12/1/09) … got the Falcons off to a hot start at WV Wesleyan and led FSU to the win (1/16/10) … poured in 26 points and hit five three-pointers against the Bobcats … also pulled down six boards, handed out five assists and came up with four steals against WVWC … followed that up with a 23 point performance against Seton Hill (1/18/10) … continued his hot play with 28 points and five rebounds in road win over Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) … added 20 points and eight rebounds against Davis & Elkins (1/23/10) … 20 points and eight rebounds to help pace the Falcons past WV State (2/4/10) … chipped in 13 points, including several threes down the stretch, in a road win over Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) … 12 points and nine rebounds against Ohio Valley (2/11/10) … netted 14 points and handed out six assists against Salem (2/13/10) … 16 points, six assists and five rebounds at Pitt-Johnstown (2/23/10) … scored 20 points, including a perfect 9-of-9 from the free throw line, against Shepherd (2/20/10) … 23 points in win over Charleston (2/25/10) … netted 15 points in just 24 minutes of work in lopsided win over Concord in the first round of the WVIAC Tournament (3/2/10) … scored 21 points, grabbed six rebounds and handed out five assists in a losing effort against Charleston in the WVIAC Quarterfinals (3/4/10) … battled foul trouble and scored 11 points and added five rebounds against IUP in first round of the NCAA Tournament (3/13/10).

Intro Staff Players review RECORDS FSU

Isaac Thornton

High School: Two-time first all-state selection at Martinsburg High and coach

Dave Rogers … three-time first team all-area … Martinsburg Journal and Herald 2009 Player of the Year … led the Bulldogs to a 26-2 record and a state title as a senior … averaged 18 points, five rebounds and four assists in his final season … scored 1,302 points for his career … averaged 20 points as a junior and 18 as a sophomore. Personal: Isaac Donnell Thornton … born June 25, 1981 … son of Rowshell

Hall and Larry Thornton … one of four children … majoring in business.

Points...............28 vs. Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) Assists..............6 (twice) Rebounds..........9 vs. Ohio Valley (2/11/10) Steals................5 vs. Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10)

Isaac Thornton’s Career Highs

Isaac Thornton’s Career Statistics Year

GP/GS

FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A

FT% PTS/AVG REB/AVG PF/FO AST

TO BLK STL MIN/AVG

2009-10 30/30 161/335 .481 37/113 .327 97/147 .660 456/15.2 146/4.9 60/1 83 47 14 46 912/30.4

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2009-2010 in Review

Game-by-Game Points-Rebounds-Assists All games 05 11 15 20 22 23 24 25 32 33 35 40 43 45 Opponent Custis Lopez Mcfadden, Talley Thompson, Newman Wise Thornton, Bruner Green Dorsey O’connor, Henderson Richardson

Team Cumulatives 3-POINT REBOUNDS NO. NAME GP-GS FGM-FGA FG% FGM-FGA FG% FTM-FTA FT% OFF DEF TOT/AVG

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MBC 13-8-1 7-1-1 7-3-8 0-1-0 4-1-0 URBANA 16-5-1 0-2-1 7-5-7 DNP 2-2-1 SALEM 24-3-1 DNP 11-2-3 2-1-0 4-0-0 OVU 21-3-1 DNP 3-2-3 DNP DNP WL 24-4-3 DNP 1-3-2 DNP 4-2-0 at CONC 22-5-3 DNP 2-3-4 0-0-0 6-4-0 PSGA 16-4-0 DNP 4-5-3 11-5-1 14-10-0 PP 21-4-2 DNP 5-3-2 7-5-0 7-3-1 OUE 17-6-2 DNP 10-2-0 6-2-0 2-1-1 at BSC 16-0-1 DNP 5-7-4 6-1-1 2-3-2 GSC 20-2-4 DNP 10-1-2 0-2-0 0-1-0 at WVWC 15-4-3 DNP 13-5-6 2-0-0 0-0-0 at SHU 2-1-1 DNP 14-1-4 DNP DNP at WJU 22-2-2 DNP 10-4-1 0-1-0 4-1-0 D&E 7-3-1 DNP 5-4-2 0-0-0 6-2-0 UPJ 26-3-1 DNP DNP 0-1-0 DNP at SHEP 21-5-4 DNP DNP 6-1-1 2-1-1 WVSU 32-3-1 DNP DNP 20-3-2 0-0-0 at ABC 8-3-2 DNP DNP 15-2-2 0-0-0 at OVU 18-1-2 DNP DNP 5-2-1 DNP at Salem 13-2-3 DNP DNP 10-1-3 0-1-0 WJU 9-6-3 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 at WL DNP DNP DNP 15-2-2 5-0-0 SHEP DNP DNP DNP 6-1-2 3-2-0 at UPJ DNP DNP DNP 11-2-1 DNP UC DNP DNP DNP 18-10-3 0-0-0 SHU DNP DNP DNP 15-4-0 DNP CONC 5-0-0 DNP DNP 10-3-4 6-1-1 vs UC 13-1-3 DNP DNP 16-4-3 DNP at IUP 2-0-1 DNP DNP 13-3-2 0-0-0

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25 Isaac Thornton 30-30 161-335 .481 37-113 .327 97-147 .660 65 81 146/4.9 60-1 83 47 14 46 456/15.2 05 Steve Custis 25-23 145-291 .498 27-81 .333 86-118 .729 40 38 78/3.1 65-1 46 46 11 46 403/16.1 32 Dan Bruner 30-30 125-305 .410 80-205 .390 48-64 .750 41 87 128/4.3 58-1 39 26 15 35 378/12.6 33 Terrence Green 30-30 162-303 .535 1-5 .200 51-83 .614 77 128 205/6.8 69-0 62 76 21 55 376/12.5 20 Chris Talley 26-13 73-182 .401 22-71 .310 26-31 .839 17 40 57/2.2 32-0 28 40 6 18 194/7.5 43 Mike Henderson 27-0 88-132 .667 0-1 .000 17-28 .607 39 72 111/4.1 24-0 11 22 12 5 193/7.1 40 Pete O’Connor 26-7 50-107 .467 15-33 .455 32-54 .593 33 66 99/3.8 26-0 8 15 3 14 147/5.7 15 Erv McFadden 15-15 34-96 .354 11-35 .314 28-42 .667 19 31 50/3.3 31-0 51 30 1 22 107/7.1 45 Will Richardson 25-0 34-79 .430 7-24 .292 27-37 .730 35 46 81/3.2 39-0 33 19 4 11 102/4.1 23 Ryland Newman 30-2 32-61 .525 9-27 .333 16-22 .727 13 48 61/2.0 51-0 51 36 1 34 89/3.0 22 Chris Thompson 23-0 29-49 .592 0-0 .000 13-21 .619 12 23 35/1.5 17-0 7 11 1 3 71/3.1 35 Dejae Dorsey 11-0 4-16 .250 1-11 .091 1-2 .500 3 10 13/1.2 3-0 1 5 2 0 10/0.9 11 Mike Lopez 2-0 2-6 .333 1-5 .200 2-2 1.000 0 3 3/1.5 0-0 2 2 1 0 7/3.5 24 Ben Wise 15-0 2-7 .286 0-4 .000 2-4 .500 2 4 6/0.4 5-0 8 10 2 1 6/0.4 TM Team................ 46 49 95/3.2 5 Total.......... 30 941-1969 .478 211-615 .343 446-655 .681 442 726 1168/38.9 480-3 430 390 94 290 2539/84.6 Opponents...... 30 817-1824 .448 161-507 .318 365-519 .703 373 702 1075/35.8 534- 362 521 82 184 2160/72.0

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Date

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11/15/09 MARYLAND BIBLE COLLEGE 92-65 W 11/16/09 URBANA 74-60 W 11/24/09 SALEM 82-44 W 12/1/09 OHIO VALLEY 69-53 W 12/5/09 WEST LIBERTY 100-103 L 12/8/09 at Concord University 83-69 W 12/11/09 PENN STATE GREATER A 89-47 W 1/4/10 POINT PARK 94-73 W 1/6/10 OHIO EASTERN 103-84 W 1/9/10 at Bluefield State 103-54 W 1/14/10 GLENVILLE STATE 93-70 W 1/16/10 at West Virginia Wesleyan 90-59 W 1/18/10 at Seton Hill 93-90 W 1/21/10 at Wheeling Jesuit 93-78 W 1/23/10 DAVIS & ELKINS 68-71 L 1/28/10 PITT JOHNSTOWN 90-85 WOT 2/1/10 at Shepherd University 76-90 L 2/4/10 WV STATE 100-85 W 2/8/10 at Alderson-Broaddus College 86-83 W 2/11/10 at Ohio Valley 64-60 W 2/13/10 at Salem International 105-57 W 2/15/10 WHEELING JESUIT 76-68 W 2/18/10 at West Liberty Univ. 62-78 L 2/20/10 SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY 77-73 W 2/23/10 at Pitt Johnstown 75-78 L 2/25/10 CHARLESTON 86-71 W 2/27/10 SETON HILL 66-72 L 3/2/10 CONCORD UNIVERSITY 93-68 W 3/4/10 vs University of Charleston 90-101 L 3/13/10 at IUP 67-71 L

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13-Custis, Thornton 17-Dan Bruner 24-Steve Custis 24-Dan Bruner 24-Steve Custis 22-Steve Custis 16-Steve Custis 24-Terrence Green 22-Terrence Green 18-Terrence Green 20-Steve Custis 26-Isaac Thornton 23-Isaac Thornton 28-Isaac Thornton 20-Isaac Thornton 26-Steve Custis 21-Steve Custis 32-Steve Custis 22-Dan Bruner 18-Steve Custis 37-Dan Bruner 17-Terrence Green 15-Chris Talley 20-Isaac Thornton 20-Dan Bruner 23-Isaac Thornton 16-Thornton, Henderson 18-Mike Henderson 21-Isaac Thornton 16-Dan Bruner

8-Custis, Thornton 10-Dan Bruner 6-Will Richardson 7-Dan Bruner 9-Richardson, Bruner 7-Isaac Thornton 10-Chris Thompson 7-four players 10-Terrence Green 7-Green, McFadden 9-Terrence Green 6-Thornton, Green 7-Green, Thornton 7-Green, Newman 10-Terrence Green 10-Pete O’Connor 6-Terrence Green 14-Terrence Green 9-Terrence Green 15-Terrence Green 12-Mike Henderson 7-Dan Bruner 15-Pete O’Connor 7-Mike Henderson 5-three players 10-Chris Talley 9-Mike Henderson 11-Mike Henderson 7-Terrence Green 9-Terrence Green

8-Erv McFadden 7-Erv McFadden 4-Isaac Thornton 3-three players 3-three players 4-McFadden, Thornton 3-Newman, McFadden 4-Ryland Newman 4-Terrence Green 4-Erv McFadden 5-Isaac Thornton 6-Erv McFadden 4-Erv McFadden 4-Ryland Newman 2-McFadden, Newman 4-Green, Newman 4-Green, Custis 4-Terrence Green 4-Isaac Thornton 2-Thornton, Custis 6-Isaac Thornton 4-Isaac Thornton 4-Pete O’Connor 2-Talley, Newman 6-Isaac Thornton 3-Chris Talley 3-Isaac Thornton 4-three players 5-Isaac Thornton 5-Mike Henderson

3-Green, Custis 1-four players 2-three players 3-Thornton, Green 5-Terrence Green 2-Will Richardson 4-Dan Bruner 1-Dan Bruner 3-Terrence Green 2-Steve Custis 4-Terrence Green None 4-Ryland Newman 2-Bruner, Custis 2-Newman, Talley 2-Thornton, Bruner 2-three players 2-Terrence Green 6-McFadden, Custis 2-Green, Wise 6-Steve Custis 1-Erv McFadden 4-Bruner, Thorton 2-Mike Henderson 3-Isaac Thornton 1-Richardson, Thornton 3-Ryland Newman 1-Custis, Bruner 3-Terrence Green 1-Custis, Green 3-Pete O’Connor 1-Terrence Green 4-Steve Custis 2-Steve Custis 3-Dan Bruner 3-Terrence Green 5-Isaac Thornton 1-Green, Thornton 3-Green, Newman 1-three players 3-Chris Talley None 3-Chris Talley 1-Green, Richardson 3-Pete O’Connor 2-Terrence Green 3-Terrence Green 1-Isaac Thornton 1-four players 2-Isaac Thornton 2-Thornton, Green 1-Mike Henderson 4-Chris Talley 3-Mike Henderson 2-three players 1-Chris Talley 2-four players 1-four players 2-Dan Bruner 1-three players

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FSU

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105 at Salem International (2/13/10) 103 at BSC-M (1/9/10) 103 OHIO EASTERN (1/6/10) 100 WV STATE (2/4/10) 100 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 45 OHIO EASTERN (1/6/10) 41 at BSC-M (1/9/10) 87 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 81 POINT PARK (1/4/10) .667 (28-42) CHARLESTON (2/25/10) .584 (45-77) OHIO EASTERN (1/6/10) 15 at Salem International (2/13/10) 11 at West Virginia Wesleyan (1/16/10) 43 at Salem International (2/13/10) 36 at West Virginia Wesleyan (1/16/10) .769 (10-13) CHARLESTON (2/25/10) .588 (10-17) at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) 27 WJU-M (2/15/10) 27 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 38 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 35 WJU-M (2/15/10) .933 (14-15) SETON HILL (2/27/10) .909 (20-22) SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY (2/20/10) 57 POINT PARK (1/4/10) 57 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 30 at Salem International (2/13/10) 25 at West Virginia Wesleyan (1/16/10) 21 at BSC-M (1/9/10) 16 SALEM (11/24/09) 8 URBANA (11/16/09) 7 POINT PARK (1/4/10) 7 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 22 MARYLAND BIBLE (11/15/09) 18 at Concord University (12/8/09) 25 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 23 MARYLAND BIBLE (11/15/09)

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103 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 101 vs University of Charleston (3/4/10) 90 at Shepherd University (2/1/10) 90 at Seton Hill (1/18/10) 85 WV STATE (2/4/10) 85 PITT JOHNSTOWN (1/28/10) 37 at Shepherd University (2/1/10) 37 at Seton Hill (1/18/10) 81 URBANA (11/16/09) 80 POINT PARK (1/4/10) .610 (36-59) WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) .561 (37-66) at Seton Hill (1/18/10) 12 WV STATE (2/4/10) 10 at Salem International (2/13/10) 10 PITT JOHNSTOWN (1/28/10) 32 at West Liberty Univ. (2/18/10) 28 at Salem International (2/13/10) .625 (10-16) PITT JOHNSTOWN (1/28/10) .500 (6-12) WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 26 vs University of Charleston (3/4/10) 25 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) 37 vs University of Charleston (3/4/10) 35 WEST LIBERTY (12/5/09) .917 (11-12) SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY (2/20/10) .909 (10-11) DAVIS & ELKINS (1/23/10) 60 URBANA (11/16/09) 51 vs University of Charleston (3/4/10) 24 at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) 22 at West Liberty Univ. (2/18/10) 22 at WJU-M (1/21/10) 16 at Alderson-Broaddus (2/8/10) 12 at Concord University (12/8/09) 9 at Seton Hill (1/18/10) 8 SETON HILL (2/27/10) 30 OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) 29 at BSC-M (1/9/10) 27 URBANA (11/16/09) 24 WJU-M (2/15/10) 24 at WJU-M (1/21/10)

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62 at West Liberty Univ. (2/18/10) 64 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) 66 SETON HILL (2/27/10) 67 at IUP (03/13/10) 68 DAVIS & ELKINS (1/23/10) 21 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) 22 WJU-M (2/15/10) 42 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) 51 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) .338 (22-65) WJU-M (2/15/10) .387 (24-62) DAVIS & ELKINS (1/23/10) .387 (24-62) SETON HILL (2/27/10) 3 OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) 3 DAVIS & ELKINS (1/23/10) 3 SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY (2/20/10) 11 SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY (2/20/10) 13 WV STATE (2/4/10) 13 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) .182 (4-22) POINT PARK (1/4/10) .200 (3-15) OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) .200 (3-15) DAVIS & ELKINS (1/23/10) 4 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 4 OHIO EASTERN (1/6/10) 6 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 10 OHIO EASTERN (1/6/10) 10 at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) .400 (4-10) OHIO EASTERN (1/6/10) .529 (18-34) URBANA (11/16/09) 27 at Shepherd University (2/1/10) 27 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) 4 SETON HILL (2/27/10) 6 DAVIS & ELKINS (1/23/10) 4 at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) 5 at IUP (03/13/10) 0 at Concord University (12/8/09) 0 at Salem International (2/13/10) 9 at West Virginia Wesleyan (1/16/10) 9 vs University of Charleston (3/4/10) 7 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 8 at Salem International (2/13/10)

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44 SALEM (11/24/09) 47 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 53 OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) 54 at BSC-M (1/9/10) 57 at Salem International (2/13/10) 18 SALEM (11/24/09) 18 at BSC-M (1/9/10) 44 at West Virginia Wesleyan (1/16/10) 47 SALEM (11/24/09) .284 (23-81) URBANA (11/16/09) .311 (19-61) PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 0 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) 1 OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) 1 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 7 at West Virginia Wesleyan (1/16/10) 8 OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) .000 (0-12) at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) .080 (2-25) URBANA (11/16/09) 1 SALEM (11/24/09) 1 at Salem International (2/13/10) 2 at Salem International (2/13/10) 3 SALEM (11/24/09) .333 (1-3) SALEM (11/24/09) .429 (6-14) OHIO VALLEY (12/1/09) 25 CHARLESTON (2/25/10) 26 OHIO EASTERN (1/6/10) 26 SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY (2/20/10) 3 MARYLAND BIBLE (11/15/09) 5 WV STATE (2/4/10) 2 PITT JOHNSTOWN (1/28/10) 3 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 3 GLENVILLE STATE (1/14/10) 3 at West Virginia Wesleyan (1/16/10) 3 at WJU-M (1/21/10) 3 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) 3 WJU-M (2/15/10) 3 at Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) 0 MARYLAND BIBLE (11/15/09) 0 at BSC-M (1/9/10) 0 at Shepherd University (2/1/10) 0 at IUP (03/13/10) 10 at Ohio Valley (2/11/10) 10 at West Liberty Univ. (2/18/10) 5 PENN STATE GREATER A (12/11/09) 11 OHIO EASTERN (1/6/10) 11 CONCORD UNIVERSITY (3/2/10)

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Game 1 - Maryland Bible vs Fairmont State (11/15/09) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 92, MARYLAND BIBLE 65

Game 2 - Urbana vs Fairmont State (11/16/09) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 74, URBANA 60

Game 3 - Salem vs Fairmont State (11/24/09) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 82, SALEM 44

MARYLAND BIBLE COLLEGE Terry Hosley 9-16 6-6 26; Mike Simon 5-11 1-2 12; Al Carr 2-5 6-12 11; Ty Burns 3-14 2-2 8; Nate Wolford 0-1 3-4 3; Greg Moore 1-2 0-0 2; Kevin Taylor 1-4 0-0 2; Damien Truesdale 0-1 1-2 1. Totals 21-54 19-28 65. FAIRMONT STATE (1-0) Steve Custis 6-14 1-2 13; Isaac Thornton 5-7 2-3 13; Terrence Green 5-8 1-2 12; Dan Bruner 3-3 2-4 11; Mike Henderson 5-7 0-0 10; Ryland Newman 2-2 2-2 7; Mike Lopez 2-5 2-2 7; Erv McFadden 3-7 0-0 7; Will Richardson 1-1 3-4 5; Chris Thompson 2-2 0-1 4; Pete O’Connor 1-3 1-2 3; Chris Talley 0-2 0-0 0; Ben Wise 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 35-62 14-22 92. Maryland Bible College 27 38 65 Fairmont State 46 46 92 3-point goals--Maryland Bible College: 4-12 (Terry Hosley 2-5; Al Carr 1-2; Mike Simon 1-2; Greg Moore 0-1; Damien Truesdale 0-1; Ty Burns 0-1), Fairmont State: 8-18 (Dan Bruner 3-3; Isaac Thornton 1-2; Terrence Green 1-1; Erv McFadden 1-2; Mike Lopez 1-4; Ryland Newman 1-1; Ben Wise 0-1; Steve Custis 0-4). Rebounds--Maryland Bible College: 28 (Kevin Taylor 6; Mike Simon 6), Fairmont State: 39 (Steve Custis 8; Isaac Thornton 8). Assists--Maryland Bible College: 3 (Terry Hosley 1; Al Carr 1; Nate Wolford 1), Fairmont State: 19 (Erv McFadden 8). Att-275

URBANA (1-1) Justin Tyson 5-14 2-2 12; Vitas Naudziunas 3-6 5-6 11; T.R. Ellis 5-14 0-0 11; Marcus Pearl 4-11 0-0 8; Clint Nicholson 3-9 1-2 8; Robert Wilson 2-10 2-3 6; Harvey Stewart 0-8 2-2 2; Charlton Conner 1-8 0-0 2; Jared Dewberry 0-1 0-0 0; Rob Matthews 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-81 12-15 60. FAIRMONT STATE (2-0) Dan Bruner 6-13 0-1 17; Steve Custis 5-12 6-8 16; Terrence Green 7-15 2-4 16; Isaac Thornton 4-6 2-7 11; Erv McFadden 1-3 5-9 7; Mike Henderson 2-5 1-3 5; Chris Thompson 0-2 2-2 2; Mike Lopez 0-1 0-0 0; Ryland Newman 0-1 0-0 0; Will Richardson 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 25-60 18-34 74. Urbana 27 33 60 Fairmont State 31 43 74 3-point goals—Urbana: 2-25 (T.R. Ellis 1-7; Clint Nicholson 1-6; Marcus Pearl 0-2; Robert Wilson 0-2; Harvey Stewart 0-1; Charlton Conner 0-5; Jared Dewberry 0-1; Vitas Naudziunas 0-1), Fairmont State: 6-20 (Dan Bruner 5-10; Isaac Thornton 1-2; Terrence Green 0-2; Erv McFadden 0-1; Mike Lopez 0-1; Ryland Newman 0-1; Will Richardson 0-1; Steve Custis 0-2). Rebounds—Urbana: 60 (Justin Tyson 15), Fairmont State: 42 (Dan Bruner 10). Assists—Urbana: 9 (Harvey Stewart 2; Marcus Pearl 2), Fairmont State: 16 (Erv McFadden 7). Att-345

SALEM (0-4) Chappell, Dominic 6-12 0-0 15; Jovici, Ivan 4-11 0-0 11; Patton, Tori 3-9 0-0 6; Adasevic, Milorad 2-4 1-2 5; Smith, Samuel 2-6 0-0 5; Brinson, Demetrius 1-2 0-1 2; Ludwig, Brooks 0-0 0-0 0; Zakanyan, Maciam 0-1 0-0 0; Marshall, Josh 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 18-47 1-3 44. FAIRMONT STATE (3-0) Steve Custis 9-14 4-5 24; Erv McFadden 3-6 4-6 11; Dan Bruner 3-7 0-0 9; Isaac Thornton 2-6 3-4 8; Pete O’Connor 2-4 1-2 7; Terrence Green 3-5 0-0 6; Chris Thompson 2-4 0-0 4; Will Richardson 2-3 0-0 4; Mike Henderson 2-3 0-0 4; Chris Talley 1-3 0-0 2; Dejae Dorsey 1-2 0-0 2; Ryland Newman 0-0 1-2 1; Ben Wise 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-57 1319 82. Salem 27 17 44 Fairmont State 40 42 82 3-point goals—Salem: 7-16 (Jovici, Ivan 3-7; Chappell, Dominic 3-5; Smith, Samuel 1-1; Zakanyan, Maciam 0-1; Adasevic, Milorad 0-1; Patton, Tori 0-1), Fairmont State: 9-22 (Dan Bruner 3-6; Steve Custis 2-6; Pete O’Connor 2-4; Isaac Thornton 1-2; Erv McFadden 1-2; Dejae Dorsey 0-1; Will Richardson 0-1). Rebounds—Salem: 30 (Patton, Tori 10), Fairmont State: 32 (Will Richardson 6). Assists—Salem: 6 (Patton, Tori 2; Chappell, Dominic 2), Fairmont State: 16 (Isaac Thornton 4). Att-475

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Game 4 - Ohio Valley vs Fairmont State (12/1/09) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 69, OHIO VALLEY 53

Game 5 - West Liberty vs Fairmont State (12/5/09) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena WEST LIBERTY 103, FAIRMONT STATE 100

Game 6 - Fairmont State vs Concord University (12/8/09) At Athens, WV FAIRMONT STATE 83, CONCORD UNIVERSITY 69

OHIO VALLEY (1-3, 0-2) David White 5-7 1-2 12; Donavin Vinson 3-6 5-7 11; Mustafa Helal 4-7 0-0 8; Sean Whiting 4-6 0-0 8; Solomon Tate 3-5 0-0 6; Rodney Everage 3-10 0-3 6; Micah Mills 1-6 0-0 2; Lam Chuol 0-0 0-0 0; Josh Ward 0-0 0-0 0; Cory Camarata 0-1 0-0 0; Volonte Bell 0-0 0-0 0; Kyle Raikes 0-1 0-2 0; Chase Smith 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-49 6-14 53. FAIRMONT STATE (4-0, 2-0) Dan Bruner 9-15 3-3 24; Steve Custis 8-14 5-9 21; Terrence Green 5-13 1-2 11; Isaac Thornton 2-8 0-0 4; Mike Henderson 1-3 2-2 4; Erv McFadden 1-7 1-4 3; Will Richardson 0-2 2-2 2; Pete O’Connor 0-0 0-2 0; Ryland Newman 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 26-63 14-24 69. Ohio Valley 22 31 53 Fairmont State 33 36 69 3-point goals--Ohio Valley: 1-8 (David White 1-3; Donavin Vinson 0-2; Micah Mills 0-2; Cory Camarata 0-1), Fairmont State: 3-15 (Dan Bruner 3-8; Steve Custis 0-1; Terrence Green 0-2; Isaac Thornton 0-1; Erv McFadden 0-2; Ryland Newman 0-1). Rebounds--Ohio Valley: 43 (David White 10), Fairmont State: 31 (Dan Bruner 7). Assists--Ohio Valley: 9 (David White 3; Micah Mills 3), Fairmont State: 13 (Erv McFadden 3; Will Richardson 3; Isaac Thornton 3). Att-282

WEST LIBERTY (6-0, 3-0) Scott Mirich 9-11 2-3 20; Corey Pelle 6-11 6-9 19; Mike Mathey 6-11 6-10 18; John Wolosinczuk 5-7 7-7 17; Jordan Fortney 3-4 2-4 10; Barry Shetzer 4-9 0-0 10; Alex Falk 2-3 0-0 5; Tim Hausfeld 1-3 2-2 4; Chris Morrow 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 36-59 25-35 103. FAIRMONT STATE (4-1, 2-1) Steve Custis 9-18 6-8 24; Dan Bruner 6-12 6-7 21; Isaac Thornton 8-13 2-4 18; Terrence Green 5-12 5-8 15; Will Richardson 3-7 5-7 12; Chris Thompson 1-1 2-2 4; Ryland Newman 1-1 0-0 3; Mike Henderson 1-3 0-0 2; Erv McFadden 0-6 1-2 1; Ben Wise 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 34-73 2738 100. West Liberty 56 47 103 Fairmont State 53 47 100 3-point goals--West Liberty: 6-12 (Jordan Fortney 2-2; Barry Shetzer 2-4; Alex Falk 1-1; Corey Pelle 1-2; Tim Hausfeld 0-1; Mike Mathey 0-2), Fairmont State: 5-17 (Dan Bruner 3-9; Will Richardson 1-1; Ryland Newman 1-1; Erv McFadden 0-2; Isaac Thornton 0-3; Steve Custis 0-1). Rebounds--West Liberty: 27 (John Wolosinczuk 8), Fairmont State: 43 (Will Richardson 9; Dan Bruner 9). Assists--West Liberty: 15 (Mike Mathey 8), Fairmont State: 13 (Ryland Newman 3; Terrence Green 3; Steve Custis 3). Att-425

FAIRMONT STATE (5-1) Steve Custis 8-17 3-3 22; Isaac Thornton 5-12 5-7 15; Will Richardson 6-8 1-2 15; Terrence Green 4-10 2-4 10; Mike Henderson 4-6 0-2 8; Chris Thompson 3-5 0-2 6; Dan Bruner 2-5 0-0 5; Erv McFadden 0-3 2-2 2; Ben Wise 0-0 0-0 0; Ryland Newman 0-1 0-0 0; Chris Talley 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-67 13-22 83. CONCORD UNIVERSITY (1-6) Marlin Cribbs 5-10 3-4 13; Damien Tunstalle 3-7 5-6 12; Chance Smith 3-7 5-8 11; Gentry Shrewbury 5-8 0-5 10; Rick Alderman 2-2 4-6 8; Eric Bailey 3-7 0-0 7; Cory Willard 2-9 0-0 6; Rustin Jessee 0-2 2-2 2; Derek Lewis 0-0 0-0 0; Javel Booker 0-1 0-0 0; Matt Parker 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-54 19-31 69. Fairmont State 44 39 83 Concord University 22 47 69 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 6-19 (Steve Custis 3-5; Will Richardson 2-4; Dan Bruner 1-4; Erv McFadden 0-2; Ryland Newman 0-1; Isaac Thornton 0-3), Concord University: 4-15 (Cory Willard 2-6; Eric Bailey 1-2; Damien Tunstalle 1-2; Matt Parker 0-1; Chance Smith 0-2; Marlin Cribbs 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 41 (Isaac Thornton 7), Concord University: 36 (Marlin Cribbs 6; Gentry Shrewbury 6; Chance Smith 6). Assists--Fairmont State: 18 (Isaac Thornton 4; Erv McFadden 4), Concord University: 13 (Rustin Jessee 4). Att-800

Game 7 - Penn State Greater A vs Fairmont State (12/11/09) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 89, PENN STATE GREATER A 47

Game 8 - Point Park vs Fairmont State (1/4/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 94, POINT PARK 73

Game 9 - Ohio Eastern vs Fairmont State (1/6/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 103, OHIO EASTERN 84

PENN STATE GREATER A Darius Prince 6-17 3-6 16; Jon Schmid 4-10 2-2 10; Erick Barron 3-8 0-0 6; Mike Hyland 2-8 2-2 6; Jemel Howard 1-5 1-2 3; Montel Staples 1-4 0-0 2; Trevor Lofton 1-5 0-0 2; Joe Frometa 1-2 0-0 2; Arthur Smith 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 19-61 8-12 47. FAIRMONT STATE (6-1) Steve Custis 7-12 1-1 16; Chris Thompson 7-9 0-1 14; Dan Bruner 6-11 0-0 14; Chris Talley 4-15 1-2 11; Terrence Green 4-7 0-0 8; Pete O’Connor 2-6 0-0 6; Will Richardson 2-7 2-2 6; Isaac Thornton 3-9 0-0 6; Erv McFadden 2-5 0-0 4; Ben Wise 1-1 0-0 2; Ryland Newman 1-2 0-0 2; Dejae Dorsey 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 39-87 4-6 89. Penn State Greater A 31 16 47 Fairmont State 49 40 89 3-point goals--Penn State Greater A: 1-12 (Darius Prince 1-5; Erick Barron 0-1; Mike Hyland 0-2; Jemel Howard 0-3; Montel Staples 0-1), Fairmont State: 7-30 (Dan Bruner 2-5; Chris Talley 2-9; Pete O’Connor 2-3; Steve Custis 1-3; Isaac Thornton 0-3; Erv McFadden 0-3; Ryland Newman 0-1; Dejae Dorsey 0-2; Will Richardson 0-1). Rebounds--Penn State Greater A: 35 (Jon Schmid 7), Fairmont State: 57 (Chris Thompson 10). Assists--Penn State Greater A: 7 (Darius Prince 4), Fairmont State: 15 (Erv McFadden 3; Ryland Newman 3). Att-314

POINT PARK (5-6) Heatherington, T.J. 8-19 5-5 23; Johnson, Eric 5-9 2-2 12; Alexander, Devon 5-10 0-2 10; Sebastiani, Franco 3-7 1-2 8; Warrick, Gerald 3-10 0-0 6; Anglin, Dante 2-5 1-2 5; Trocchio, Josh 1-2 0-0 3; Washington, Jamar 1-7 0-0 2; Robinson, Marcus 1-9 0-0 2; Cashatt, Joel 1-2 0-0 2; Menzies, Dave 0-0 0-0 0; Carr, Mike 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-80 9-13 73. FAIRMONT STATE (7-1) Terrence Green 11-17 2-3 24; Steve Custis 6-13 6-8 21; Mike Henderson 5-8 0-0 10; Isaac Thornton 4-9 0-3 8; Chris Thompson 2-3 3-4 7; Chris Talley 3-8 0-0 7; Will Richardson 2-5 2-2 6; Dan Bruner 1-6 3-5 5; Erv McFadden 2-7 1-2 5; Ryland Newman 0-1 1-2 1; Pete O’Connor 0-3 0-0 0; Dejae Dorsey 0-1 0-0 0; Ben Wise 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 36-81 18-29 94. Point Park 30 43 73 Fairmont State 42 52 94 3-point goals--Point Park: 4-10 (Heatherington, T.J. 2-4; Trocchio, Josh 1-1; Sebastiani, Franco 1-1; Washington, Jamar 0-2; Robinson, Marcus 0-2), Fairmont State: 4-22 (Steve Custis 3-5; Chris Talley 1-5; Isaac Thornton 0-3; Dan Bruner 0-4; Erv McFadden 0-2; Ryland Newman 0-1; Pete O’Connor 0-1; Dejae Dorsey 0-1). Rebounds--Point Park 43 (Alexander, Devon 7), Fairmont State 57 (Isaac Thornton 7; Will Richardson 7; Terrence Green 7; Dan Bruner 7). Assists--Point Park: 10 (Heatherington, T.J. 6), Fairmont State: 14 (Ryland Newman 4). Att-135

OHIO EASTERN (9-6) Jason Shaw 8-14 2-2 21; Carter Baldwin 8-13 1-1 20; Steve Luckhardt 7-17 4-6 19; Dave Barcroft 5-5 2-2 12; Zach Tolzda 4-12 0-0 8; Thomas Norris 2-5 0-0 4; Pec Schmitt 0-1 0-0 0; Grant McCroskey 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 34-67 9-11 84. FAIRMONT STATE (8-1) Terrence Green 11-14 0-0 22; Steve Custis 7-15 0-0 17; Mike Henderson 6-8 0-2 12; Dan Bruner 5-8 0-0 12; Isaac Thornton 4-8 2-6 11; Erv McFadden 3-6 2-2 10; Chris Talley 3-6 0-0 6; Will Richardson 2-7 0-0 5; Ryland Newman 2-3 0-0 4; Ben Wise 1-1 0-0 2; Chris Thompson 1-1 0-0 2; Pete O’Connor 0-0 0-0 0; Dejae Dorsey 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 45-77 4-10 103. Ohio Eastern 34 50 84 Fairmont State 51 52 103 3-point goals--Ohio Eastern: 7-19 (Carter Baldwin 3-6; Jason Shaw 3-6; Steve Luckhardt 1-3; Thomas Norris 0-2; Pec Schmitt 0-1; Zach Tolzda 0-1), Fairmont State: 9-24 (Steve Custis 3-7; Dan Bruner 2-4; Erv McFadden 2-3; Will Richardson 1-4; Isaac Thornton 1-2; Ryland Newman 0-1; Chris Talley 0-3). Rebounds—Ohio Eastern: 26 (Jason Shaw 8), Fairmont State: 42 (Terrence Green 10). Assists--Ohio Eastern 10 (Thomas Norris 3; Zach Tolzda 3), Fairmont State 16 (Terrence Green 4). Att-175

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Game 10 - Fairmont State vs Bluefield State (1/9/10) At Bluefield, W.Va. -- Shott Gym FAIRMONT STATE 103, BSC-M 54

Game 11 - Glenville State vs Fairmont State (1/14/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 93, GLENVILLE STATE 70

Game 12 - Fairmont State vs W. Va. Wesleyan (1/16/10) At Buckhannon, WV FAIRMONT STATE 90, W. Va. WESLEYAN 59

Game 16 - Pitt Johnstown vs Fairmont State (1/28/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 90, PITT JOHNSTOWN 85

Game 17 - Fairmont State vs Shepherd University (2/1/10) At Shepherdstown, W.Va. -- Butcher Center SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY 90, FAIRMONT STATE 76

Game 18 - WV State vs Fairmont State (2/4/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 100, WV STATE 85

FAIRMONT STATE (9-1) Terrence Green 9-12 0-0 18; Steve Custis 6-11 3-5 16; Isaac Thornton 5-12 3-7 13; Dan Bruner 4-8 0-1 11; Will Richardson 3-4 1-2 9; Pete O’Connor 3-4 3-4 9; Mike Henderson 4-7 0-0 8; Chris Talley 2-4 2-2 6; Erv McFadden 2-4 0-0 5; Dejae Dorsey 1-4 1-2 3; Ryland Newman 1-2 1-2 3; Chris Thompson 1-2 0-0 2; Ben Wise 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 41-75 14-25 103. BLUEFIELD STATE COLLEGE (1-8) GUYTON,Mike 4-8 3-5 11; CARPENTER,Jevon 3-10 2-2 10; MWALO,Kharles 3-6 1-2 8; SHORTRIDGE,Logan 2-4 1-1 6; NEAL,Stephen 2-6 2-3 6; THOMPSON,Rico 1-9 2-4 5; WEATHERSPOON,Sean 2-7 0-0 4; FULLER,Anthony 0-3 2-2 2; COOK,Justin 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 18-55 13-19 54. Fairmont State 56 47 103 Bluefield State 26 28 54 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 7-20 (Dan Bruner 3-7; Will Richardson 2-3; Erv McFadden 1-2; Steve Custis 1-2; Chris Talley 0-2; Dejae Dorsey 0-2; Isaac Thornton 0-2), BSC: 5-16 (CARPENTER,Jevon 2-6; SHORTRIDGE,Logan 1-3; MWALO,Kharles 1-1; THOMPSON,Rico 1-3; FULLER,Anthony 0-1; WEATHERSPOON,Sean 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 48 (Terrence Green 7; Erv McFadden 7), BSC 36 (NEAL,Stephen 8). Assists--Fairmont State 18 (Erv McFadden 4), BSC 8 (THOMPSON,Rico 2; GUYTON,Mike 2). Att-150

GLENVILLE STATE (3-9, 2-5) Marcus Catney 8-13 2-3 19; Jonathan Bevins 7-9 0-0 14; Gabe Gibbs 5-5 1-2 11; Ryan Burts 4-10 1-1 9; Delorean White 3-6 2-5 8; Aaron Dobson 2-10 2-2 7; Dusty Mullins 1-4 0-0 2; Dionyah Jordan 0-2 0-0 0; Nick Dent 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 30-60 8-13 70. FAIRMONT STATE (10-1, 5-1) Steve Custis 8-12 3-4 20; Isaac Thornton 7-11 1-2 17; Dan Bruner 4-10 3-3 14; Terrence Green 5-7 2-4 12; Erv McFadden 3-9 2-2 10; Mike Henderson 4-6 2-2 10; Ryland Newman 3-4 0-0 8; Will Richardson 1-5 0-0 2; Pete O’Connor 0-0 0-0 0; Dejae Dorsey 0-0 0-0 0; Ben Wise 0-0 0-0 0; Chris Thompson 0-0 0-0 0; Chris Talley 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 35-65 13-17 93. Glenville State 22 48 70 Fairmont State 52 41 93 3-point goals--Glenville State: 2-12 (Marcus Catney 1-1; Aaron Dobson 1-5; Ryan Burts 0-2; Dusty Mullins 0-2; Dionyah Jordan 0-1; Nick Dent 0-1), Fairmont State: 10-23 (Dan Bruner 3-7; Erv McFadden 2-3; Isaac Thornton 2-5; Ryland Newman 2-3; Steve Custis 1-3; Chris Talley 0-1; Will Richardson 0-1). Rebounds—Glenville State: 33 (Jonathan Bevins 11), Fairmont State: 34 (Terrence Green 9). Assists--Glenville State 6 (Gabe Gibbs 2; Marcus Catney 2), Fairmont State 17 (Isaac Thornton 5). Att-775

FAIRMONT STATE (11-1) Isaac Thornton 10-15 1-2 26; Steve Custis 6-11 1-2 15; Dan Bruner 4-15 4-4 14; Erv McFadden 4-11 3-4 13; Will Richardson 3-5 2-4 8; Pete O’Connor 2-3 0-0 4; Mike Henderson 2-2 0-0 4; Terrence Green 2-9 0-0 4; Chris Talley 1-1 0-0 2; Dejae Dorsey 0-0 0-0 0; Ben Wise 0-0 0-0 0; Ryland Newman 0-1 0-0 0; Chris Thompson 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 34-76 11-16 90. WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN (1-12) Justin Caldwell 2-11 10-12 15; Neven Zeravica 5-8 4-4 14; Dominque Ngniman 4-8 4-9 12; Caleb Ashley 3-6 1-4 8; Joey Leech 3-4 0-0 6; Bo Kesler 1-1 0-0 2; Grant Burton 1-2 0-0 2; Aaron Lantz 0-0 0-0 0; Jeff White 0-4 0-1 0. Totals 19-44 19-30 59. Fairmont State 43 47 90 West Virginia Wesleyan 27 32 59 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 11-36 (Isaac Thornton 5-9; Erv McFadden 2-7; Dan Bruner 2-11; Steve Custis 2-7; Ryland Newman 0-1; Will Richardson 0-1), West Virginia Wesleyan: 2-7 (Justin Caldwell 1-4; Caleb Ashley 1-2; Grant Burton 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 42 (Terrence Green 6; Isaac Thornton 6), West Virginia Wesleyan: 35 (Caleb Ashley 9). Assists--Fairmont State: 25 (Erv McFadden 6), West Virginia Wesleyan: 9 (Grant Burton 4). Att-350

PITT JOHNSTOWN (8-8, 4-7) Danny Branch 11-15 4-5 33; Patrick Grubbs 6-10 1-5 13; Rudy Roberts 4-8 4-4 12; Andy Byer 3-7 0-1 8; Nick Novak 4-10 0-1 8; Jordan Miller 2-5 2-2 7; Noah Hartung 1-5 0-0 2; Steve Heidenthal 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 32-61 11-18 85. FAIRMONT STATE (14-2, 9-2) Steve Custis 11-19 2-2 26; Pete O’Connor 5-12 6-12 17; Isaac Thornton 6-16 4-6 16; Terrence Green 4-10 4-5 12; Dan Bruner 3-11 2-3 10; Ryland Newman 2-2 0-0 5; Mike Henderson 1-2 0-1 2; Will Richardson 1-1 0-0 2; Chris Talley 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-73 18-29 90. Pitt Johnstown 33 43 9 85 Fairmont State 37 39 14 90 3-point goals--Pitt Johnstown: 10-16 (Danny Branch 7-8; Andy Byer 2-4; Jordan Miller 1-4), Fairmont State: 6-23 (Dan Bruner 2-7; Steve Custis 2-6; Pete O’Connor 1-4; Ryland Newman 1-1; Isaac Thornton 0-5). Rebounds--Pitt Johnstown: 37 (Noah Hartung 8), Fairmont State: 41 (Pete O’Connor 10). Assists—Pitt Johnstown: 16 (Nick Novak 5), Fairmont State: 13 (Ryland Newman 4; Terrence Green 4). Att-898

FAIRMONT STATE (14-3, 9-3 WVIAC) Steve Custis 8-19 5-8 21; Dan Bruner 7-12 2-2 19; Isaac Thornton 4-9 1-1 10; Terrence Green 5-8 0-0 10; Chris Talley 2-6 0-0 6; Pete O’Connor 1-2 2-2 4; Ryland Newman 1-2 0-0 2; Chris Thompson 1-3 0-0 2; Mike Henderson 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 30-63 10-13 76. SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY (5-13, 5-8 WVIAC) Tyrone Roach 9-21 2-3 24; Chad Moore 10-16 3-6 23; Aeron Spencer 7-11 0-0 17; Derek Gallagher 4-8 0-0 9; Sidney McCray 3-8 2-2 8; Dave Karlson 3-6 1-2 7; Tucker Lucas 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 37-71 8-13 90. Fairmont State 31 45 76 Shepherd University 52 38 90 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 6-19 (Dan Bruner 3-7; Chris Talley 2-3; Isaac Thornton 1-3; Ryland Newman 0-1; Pete O’Connor 0-1; Steve Custis 0-4), Shepherd University: 8-21 (Tyrone Roach 4-11; Aeron Spencer 3-4; Derek Gallagher 1-4; Sidney McCray 0-1; Chad Moore 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 27 (Terrence Green 6), Shepherd University: 43 (Chad Moore 14). Assists--Fairmont State: 13 (Steve Custis 4; Terrence Green 4), Shepherd University: 16 (Derek Gallagher 4; Tyrone Roach 4). Att-600

WV STATE (15-3, 11-2) Josh Miller 12-21 10-11 38; Darren Jones 6-12 4-4 19; Brenin Garcia 2-3 2-2 8; Bo King 3-7 0-0 6; Todd Hutchinson 2-2 0-0 5; Will Collins 1-9 2-3 5; Jason Emerson 1-4 0-0 3; Fred Harris 0-4 1-2 1; Fred Lyles 0-2 0-0 0; Justin Banks 0-2 0-0 0; Sedale Watson 0-0 0-0 0; Martez Scales 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-66 19-22 85. FAIRMONT STATE (15-3, 10-3) Steve Custis 11-17 9-14 32; Chris Talley 8-12 2-4 20; Isaac Thornton 7-14 5-5 20; Terrence Green 6-11 3-4 15; Pete O’Connor 3-3 0-0 6; Dan Bruner 2-8 0-0 5; Ryland Newman 0-0 2-2 2; Mike Henderson 0-0 0-0 0; Dejae Dorsey 0-0 0-0 0; Ben Wise 0-0 0-0 0; Chris Thompson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 37-65 21-29 100. WV State 33 52 85 Fairmont State 52 48 100 3-point goals--WV State: 12-26 (Josh Miller 4-7; Darren Jones 3-6; Brenin Garcia 2-3; Todd Hutchinson 1-1; Will Collins 1-3; Jason Emerson 1-4; Bo King 0-2), Fairmont State: 5-13 (Chris Talley 2-4; Steve Custis 1-3; Dan Bruner 1-4; Isaac Thornton 1-2). Rebounds--WV State: 32 (Justin Banks 5), Fairmont State: 43 (Terrence Green 14). Assists--WV State: 5 (Martez Scales 3), Fairmont State: 12 (Terrence Green 4). Att-1525

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Game 13 - Fairmont State vs Seton Hill (1/18/10) At Greensburg, PA FAIRMONT STATE 93, SETON HILL 90

Game 14 - Fairmont State vs Wheeling Jesuit (1/21/10) At Wheeling, W.Va. -- McDonough Center FAIRMONT STATE 93, WHEELING JESUIT 78

Game 15 - Davis & Elkins vs Fairmont State (1/23/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena DAVIS & ELKINS 71, FAIRMONT STATE 68

Game 19 - Fairmont State vs A-B College (2/8/10) At Philippi, W.Va. -- Rex Pyles Gym FAIRMONT STATE 86, A-B COLLEGE 83

Game 20 - Fairmont State vs Ohio Valley (2/11/10) At Vienna, W.Va. FAIRMONT STATE 64, OHIO VALLEY 60

Game 21 - Fairmont State vs Salem International (2/13/10) At Salem, W.Va. -- Cecil Underwood Armory FAIRMONT STATE 105, SALEM INTERNATIONAL 57

FAIRMONT STATE (12-1, 7-1 WVIAC) Isaac Thornton 9-15 4-5 23; Terrence Green 7-20 8-9 22; Erv McFadden 5-9 2-2 14; Dan Bruner 3-9 3-4 11; Mike Henderson 5-5 0-0 10; Will Richardson 2-3 3-4 8; Ryland Newman 1-1 0-0 3; Steve Custis 1-5 0-0 2; Pete O’Connor 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-67 20-24 93. SETON HILL (7-6, 5-3 WVIAC) Chris Giles 12-19 4-7 29; Justin McCoy 8-17 6-6 24; Cody Boone 8-10 0-0 16; Ozren Bjelogrlic 5-8 0-0 11; Emmanuel Jackson 2-6 2-2 6; Conor Tilow 2-5 0-0 4; Ivan Cosovic 0-1 0-0 0; Tonio Fulena 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 37-66 12-15 90. Fairmont State 65 28 93 Seton Hill 47 43 90 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 7-15 (Erv McFadden 2-3; Dan Bruner 2-5; Isaac Thornton 1-3; Will Richardson 1-1; Ryland Newman 1-1; Steve Custis 0-2), Seton Hill: 4-14 (Justin McCoy 2-6; Ozren Bjelogrlic 1-1; Chris Giles 1-4; Conor Tilow 0-1; Emmanuel Jackson 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 30 (Terrence Green 7; Isaac Thornton 7), Seton Hill: 37 (Cody Boone 16). Assists-Fairmont State: 18 (Erv McFadden 4), Seton Hill: 18 (Emmanuel Jackson 6; Chris Giles 6). Att-225

FAIRMONT STATE (13-1, 8-1) Isaac Thornton 11-17 4-5 28; Steve Custis 6-11 9-10 22; Dan Bruner 5-9 0-2 14; Erv McFadden 3-6 4-5 10; Terrence Green 3-10 3-4 9; Chris Thompson 1-1 2-2 4; Ryland Newman 2-5 0-0 4; Will Richardson 1-3 0-0 2; Mike Henderson 0-2 0-0 0; Pete O’Connor 0-0 0-0 0; Chris Talley 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 32-65 22-28 93. WHEELING JESUIT Recardo Gaddy 5-8 2-2 16; Steve Catich 5-9 4-4 15; Andre Harris 6-10 1-3 14; Greg Andrews 5-7 0-0 10; Brenden Bazillio 2-3 6-9 10; Obi Ukwuoma 3-5 2-4 8; Ben Siefert 1-3 1-2 3; Pete Brogdon 1-5 0-0 2; Joe Prati 0-2 0-0 0; Joe Suchy 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-52 16-24 78. Fairmont State 36 57 93 Wheeling Jesuit 39 39 78 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 7-15 (Dan Bruner 4-7; Isaac Thornton 2-4; Steve Custis 1-2; Ryland Newman 0-1; Will Richardson 0-1), WJU: 6-15 (Recardo Gaddy 4-7; Andre Harris 1-2; Steve Catich 1-3; Pete Brogdon 0-3). Rebounds—Fairmont State: 38 (Terrence Green 7; Ryland Newman 7), WJU: 28 (Joe Prati 6). Assists--Fairmont State: 15 (Ryland Newman 4), WJU: 22 (Ben Siefert 12). Att-200

DAVIS & ELKINS (7-6, 6-4) Tim Turner 9-21 2-3 23; PJ Turner 8-14 3-3 20; Reggie Cook 2-6 4-4 8; Dorian Valentine 3-4 0-0 6; Jerome Jack 2-4 1-1 5; Alex Hawkins 2-2 0-0 4; Danny Manuel 1-7 0-0 3; Andy Morris 1-4 0-0 2; David Griffith 0-0 0-0 0; Anthony Dunston 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-62 10-11 71. FAIRMONT STATE (13-2, 8-2) Isaac Thornton 5-13 8-15 20; Terrence Green 6-14 3-3 15; Mike Henderson 4-6 1-1 9; Steve Custis 3-7 1-2 7; Chris Thompson 2-2 2-4 6; Dan Bruner 2-8 1-2 6; Erv McFadden 2-7 1-2 5; Will Richardson 0-1 0-0 0; Ryland Newman 0-3 0-0 0; Chris Talley 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 24-62 17-29 68. Davis & Elkins 34 37 71 Fairmont State 32 36 68 3-point goals--Davis & Elkins: 5-18 (Tim Turner 3-10; Danny Manuel 1-4; PJ Turner 1-1; Andy Morris 0-2; Reggie Cook 0-1), Fairmont State: 3-15 (Isaac Thornton 2-7; Dan Bruner 1-5; Steve Custis 0-1; Erv McFadden 0-1; Will Richardson 0-1). Rebounds--Davis & Elkins: 38 (Jerome Jack 10), Fairmont State: 41 (Terrence Green 10). Assists--Davis & Elkins: 8 (PJ Turner 6), Fairmont State: 6 (Ryland Newman 2; Erv McFadden 2). Att-1230

FAIRMONT STATE (16-3, 11-3) Dan Bruner 6-12 6-6 22; Chris Talley 3-8 8-8 15; Terrence Green 6-10 2-5 14; Isaac Thornton 5-12 1-2 14; Steve Custis 2-5 4-6 8; Ryland Newman 2-3 2-2 7; Pete O’Connor 2-2 0-0 4; Will Richardson 1-2 0-0 2; Chris Thompson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-54 23-29 86. ALDERSON-BROADDUS COLLEGE (15-4, 11-3) Carl Buck 6-12 6-6 20; Terrell Eargle 6-8 7-10 19; Jamar Board 4-16 2-2 13; Mark Summerfield 5-9 0-1 13; Garret Putman 4-5 1-1 9; Roy Brown 1-4 6-6 8; Adam Scott 0-0 1-2 1; Mile Ivanic 0-1 0-0 0; Jordan Morrison 0-1 0-0 0; Kason Frierson 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 26-58 23-28 83. Fairmont State 38 48 86 Alderson-Broaddus College 36 47 83 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 9-21 (Dan Bruner 4-8; Isaac Thornton 3-7; Ryland Newman 1-2; Chris Talley 1-3; Steve Custis 0-1), Alderson-Broaddus College: 8-24 (Mark Summerfield 3-5; Jamar Board 3-12; Carl Buck 2-4; Roy Brown 0-2; Jordan Morrison 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 32 (Terrence Green 9), Alderson-Broaddus College: 32 (Terrell Eargle 9). Assists--Fairmont State: 13 (Isaac Thornton 4), AldersonBroaddus College: 13 (Terrell Eargle 7). Att-310

FAIRMONT STATE (17-3, 12-3) Steve Custis 4-9 8-10 18; Terrence Green 6-12 2-6 14; Isaac Thornton 4-11 2-5 12; Dan Bruner 3-8 1-2 10; Chris Talley 2-7 0-0 5; Mike Henderson 1-2 1-1 3; Ryland Newman 1-1 0-0 2; Will Richardson 0-0 0-0 0; Pete O’Connor 0-1 0-1 0. Totals 21-51 14-25 64. OHIO VALLEY (5-16, 4-12) Donavin Vinson 11-20 3-4 25; Rodney Everage 7-15 6-8 20; Solomon Tate 3-5 1-1 7; Volonte Bell 1-4 0-0 2; Sean Whiting 1-2 0-0 2; David White 1-5 0-0 2; Micah Mills 1-10 0-0 2; Josh Ward 0-0 0-0 0; Cory Camarata 0-2 0-0 0; David Tate 0-2 0-0 0; Kyle Raikes 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-65 10-13 60. Fairmont State 36 28 64 Ohio Valley 24 36 60 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 8-20 (Dan Bruner 3-7; Steve Custis 2-6; Isaac Thornton 2-4; Chris Talley 1-3), Ohio Valley: 0-12 (Donavin Vinson 0-2; Volonte Bell 0-1; David White 0-1; Micah Mills 0-5; Cory Camarata 0-2; David Tate 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 39 (Terrence Green 15), Ohio Valley: 40 (Donavin Vinson 15). Assists--Fairmont State: 7 (Isaac Thornton 2; Steve Custis 2), Ohio Valley: 12 (Volonte Bell 4). Att-350

FAIRMONT STATE (18-3 13-3) Dan Bruner 13-28 0-0 37; Isaac Thornton 4-7 6-8 14; Steve Custis 5-9 2-3 13; Chris Talley 4-7 0-0 10; Terrence Green 4-8 1-1 9; Pete O’Connor 3-7 2-4 8; Mike Henderson 3-5 1-2 7; Dejae Dorsey 2-4 0-0 5; Will Richardson 1-2 0-0 2; Ben Wise 0-2 0-0 0; Ryland Newman 0-0 0-0 0; Chris Thompson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 39-80 12-18 105. SALEM INTERNATIONAL (1-21 1-15) Ludwig,Brooks 8-11 0-0 19; Walker,Demetrick 5-18 0-0 14; Chappell,Dominic 3-8 0-0 8; Brinson,Demetrius 3-5 1-2 7; Zakanyan,Maxiam 1-3 0-0 3; Allison,Kendall 1-2 0-0 2; Tori Patton 1-5 0-0 2; Smith,Samuel 1-4 0-0 2; Adasevic,Milorad 0-1 0-0 0; J. Marshall 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 23-60 1-2 57. Fairmont State 59 46 105 Salem International 36 21 57 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 15-43 (Dan Bruner 11-26; Chris Talley 2-5; Steve Custis 1-3; Dejae Dorsey 1-3; Will Richardson 0-1; Ben Wise 0-2; Pete O’Connor 0-1; Isaac Thornton 0-2), Salem International: 10-28 (Walker,Demetrick 4-11; Ludwig,Brooks 3-5; Chappell,Dominic 2-7; Zakanyan,Maxiam 1-2; Smith,Samuel 0-3). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 56 (Mike Henderson 12), Salem International: 27 (Brinson,Demetrius 8). Assists-Fairmont State: 30 (Isaac Thornton 6), Salem International: 19 (Walker,Demetrick 5). Att-150

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Game 22 – Wheeling Jesuit vs Fairmont State (2/15/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 76, WHEELING JESUIT 68

Game 23 - Fairmont State vs West Liberty Univ. (2/18/10) At West Liberty, W.Va. -- ASRC WEST LIBERTY UNIV. 78, FAIRMONT STATE 62

Game 24 - Shepherd University vs Fairmont State (2/20/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 77, SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY 73

Game 26 - Charleston vs Fairmont State (2/25/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena FAIRMONT STATE 86, CHARLESTON 71

Game 27 - Seton Hill vs Fairmont State (2/27/10) At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena SETON HILL 72, FAIRMONT STATE 66

WHEELING JESUIT (13-8, 10-6) Steve Catich 5-9 5-6 17; Andre Harris 6-13 0-0 16; Obi Ukwuoma 5-7 2-2 12; Joe Suchy 1-4 3-4 6; Brenden Bazillio 2-4 2-2 6; Greg Andrews 2-2 1-1 5; Recardo Gaddy 1-8 1-2 4; Joe Prati 1-1 0-0 2; Ben Siefert 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 23-52 14-17 68. FAIRMONT STATE (19-3, 14-3) Terrence Green 8-10 1-2 17; Isaac Thornton 4-11 6-7 15; Pete O’Connor 3-8 7-10 15; Dan Bruner 3-15 3-5 11; Steve Custis 2-8 5-6 9; Ryland Newman 1-4 3-3 5; Will Richardson 1-4 2-2 4; Chris Thompson 0-0 0-0 0; Chris Talley 0-5 0-0 0. Totals 22-65 27-35 76. Wheeling Jesuit 30 38 68 Fairmont State 32 44 76 3-point goals—WJU: 8-26 (Andre Harris 4-10; Steve Catich 2-4; Recardo Gaddy 1-6; Joe Suchy 1-3; Ben Siefert 0-2; Brenden Bazillio 0-1), Fairmont State: 5-24 (Dan Bruner 2-10; Pete O’Connor 2-3; Isaac Thornton 1-4; Will Richardson 0-1; Chris Talley 0-3; Ryland Newman 0-1; Steve Custis 0-2). Rebounds—WJU: 38 (Steve Catich 10), Fairmont State: 40 (Dan Bruner 7). Assists—WJU: 12 (Ben Siefert 3; Obi Ukwuoma 3; Andre Harris 3), Fairmont State: 10 (Isaac Thornton 4). Att-528

FAIRMONT STATE (19-4, 14-4) Chris Talley 4-13 5-6 15; Terrence Green 5-10 2-2 12; Isaac Thornton 5-13 0-1 12; Pete O’Connor 4-7 0-0 8; Ryland Newman 2-2 1-2 6; Chris Thompson 2-4 1-2 5; Will Richardson 2-2 0-2 4; Mike Henderson 0-0 0-0 0; Dejae Dorsey 0-0 0-0 0; Dan Bruner 0-6 0-0 0; Ben Wise 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 24-57 9-15 62. WEST LIBERTY UNIV. (21-1, 17-1) Jordan Fortney 6-12 1-2 16; Mike Mathey 7-8 1-1 15; Corey Pelle 5-14 1-3 12; Scott Mirich 5-8 0-0 10; John Wolosinczuk 4-15 0-0 10; Barry Shetzer 4-8 0-0 9; Alex Falk 2-6 0-0 4; Zack Craig 1-3 0-0 2; Chris Morrow 0-0 0-0 0; Tim Hausfeld 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 34-74 3-6 78. Fairmont State 28 34 62 West Liberty Univ. 39 39 78 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 5-16 (Isaac Thornton 2-4; Chris Talley 2-6; Ryland Newman 1-1; Dan Bruner 0-4; Pete O’Connor 0-1), West Liberty Univ.: 7-32 (Jordan Fortney 3-9; John Wolosinczuk 2-10; Corey Pelle 1-5; Barry Shetzer 1-4; Zack Craig 0-2; Scott Mirich 0-2). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 37 (Pete O’Connor 15), West Liberty Univ.: 41 (John Wolosinczuk 8). Assists—Fairmont State: 11 (Pete O’Connor 4), West Liberty Univ.: 22 (Mike Mathey 8). Att-562

SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY (7-17, 7-12) Chad Moore 10-13 0-0 21; Aeron Spencer 4-7 3-4 14; Sidney McCray 4-6 4-4 12; Derek Gallagher 4-10 0-0 10; Tyrone Roach 3-11 0-0 8; Dave Karlson 2-3 4-4 8; Tucker Lucas 0-4 0-0 0; Justin Bryan 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-54 1112 73. FAIRMONT STATE (20-4, 15-4) Isaac Thornton 5-11 9-9 20; Terrence Green 6-10 3-4 15; Mike Henderson 6-7 2-2 14; Pete O’Connor 3-6 3-4 10; Ryland Newman 2-5 2-2 7; Chris Talley 3-7 0-0 6; Chris Thompson 1-2 1-1 3; Dan Bruner 1-4 0-0 2; Will Richardson 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 27-54 20-22 77. Shepherd University 34 39 73 Fairmont State 36 41 77 3-point goals--Shepherd University: 8-24 (Aeron Spencer 3-4; Derek Gallagher 2-7; Tyrone Roach 2-7; Chad Moore 1-1; Tucker Lucas 0-3; Sidney McCray 0-2), Fairmont State: 3-11 (Pete O’Connor 1-1; Ryland Newman 1-3; Isaac Thornton 1-3; Chris Talley 0-2; Dan Bruner 0-1; Will Richardson 0-1). Rebounds--Shepherd University: 26 (Chad Moore 9), Fairmont State: 31 (Mike Henderson 7). Assists--Shepherd University: 15 (Tyrone Roach 4), Fairmont State: 7 (Ryland Newman 2; Chris Talley 2). Att-450

CHARLESTON (17-9, 15-6) Bahaadar Russell 6-13 1-1 16; Jonathan Liggins 4-13 0-0 10; John White 4-6 0-0 9; Ibrahim Marone 4-4 0-0 8; Erik Armstrong 4-4 0-0 8; James Eversley 2-5 4-4 8; Ronald Kinney 3-7 0-0 7; Brandon Ross 2-10 1-2 5. Totals 29-62 6-7 71. FAIRMONT STATE (21-5, 16-5) Isaac Thornton 6-11 8-9 23; Chris Talley 7-12 2-2 18; Pete O’Connor 5-7 4-4 17; Mike Henderson 4-5 3-4 11; Dan Bruner 3-4 2-2 10; Terrence Green 2-2 0-2 4; Ryland Newman 1-1 1-2 3; Will Richardson 0-0 0-0 0; Ben Wise 0-0 0-0 0; Chris Thompson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-42 20-25 86. Charleston 33 38 71 Fairmont State 51 35 86 3-point goals—Charleston: 7-15 (Bahaadar Russell 3-6; Jonathan Liggins 2-4; Ronald Kinney 1-2; John White 1-1; Brandon Ross 0-1; James Eversley 0-1), Fairmont State: 1013 (Pete O’Connor 3-3; Isaac Thornton 3-4; Chris Talley 2-3; Dan Bruner 2-3). Rebounds—Charleston: 25 (Ibrahim Marone 9), Fairmont State: 27 (Chris Talley 10). Assists—Charleston: 8 (Jonathan Liggins 3; Bahaadar Russell 3), Fairmont State: 8 (Chris Talley 3). Att-457

SETON HILL (13-14, 11-11) Chris Giles 6-14 9-10 21; Emmanuel Jackson 7-15 3-5 19; Cody Boone 4-10 1-2 9; Ozren Bjelogrlic 4-10 0-0 9; Conor Tilow 3-3 2-3 8; Justin McCoy 2-8 0-0 6; Ivan Cosovic 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 26-63 15-20 72. FAIRMONT STATE (21-6, 16-6) Mike Henderson 7-10 2-2 16; Isaac Thornton 5-13 6-7 16; Chris Talley 5-17 2-2 15; Pete O’Connor 2-7 1-1 6; Terrence Green 2-5 1-1 5; Dan Bruner 1-6 2-2 4; Ryland Newman 2-4 0-0 4. Totals 24-62 14-15 66. Seton Hill 28 44 72 Fairmont State 29 37 66 3-point goals--Seton Hill: 5-15 (Emmanuel Jackson 2-7; Justin McCoy 2-5; Ozren Bjelogrlic 1-1; Chris Giles 0-2), Fairmont State: 4-16 (Chris Talley 3-8; Pete O’Connor 1-3; Dan Bruner 0-1; Isaac Thornton 0-4). Rebounds--Seton Hill: 40 (Cody Boone 12), Fairmont State: 39 (Mike Henderson 9). Assists--Seton Hill: 11 (Emmanuel Jackson 5), Fairmont State: 4 (Isaac Thornton 3). Att-543

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Game 25 - Fairmont State vs Pitt Johnstown (2/23/10) At Johnstown, PA Sports Center PITT JOHNSTOWN 78, FAIRMONT STATE 75 FAIRMONT STATE (20-5 15-5 WVIAC) Dan Bruner 6-14 2-2 20; Isaac Thornton 7-12 0-0 16; Terrence Green 6-10 1-2 13; Chris Talley 5-9 0-0 11; Pete O’Connor 3-8 0-1 7; Mike Henderson 2-2 0-1 4; Will Richardson 0-2 4-4 4; Ryland Newman 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-58 7-10 75. PITT JOHNSTOWN (15-11 11-10 WVIAC) Patrick Grubbs 14-17 1-2 29; Danny Branch 5-13 0-0 12; Andy Byer 4-9 0-0 10; Noah Hartung 4-8 0-0 8; Jordan Miller 2-4 1-2 7; Nick Novak 2-8 2-3 6; Steve Heidenthal 2-5 0-0 4; Rudy Roberts 1-1 0-0 2; Jordan Medich 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 34-66 4-7 78. Fairmont State 28 47 75 Pitt Johnstown 39 39 78 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 10-17 (Dan Bruner 6-8; Isaac Thornton 2-4; Chris Talley 1-1; Pete O’Connor 1-2; Ryland Newman 0-1; Will Richardson 0-1), Pitt Johnstown: 6-13 (Jordan Miller 2-3; Andy Byer 2-5; Danny Branch 2-4; Jordan Medich 0-1). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 30 (Pete O’Connor 5; Mike Henderson 5; Isaac Thornton 5), Pitt Johnstown: 36 (Patrick Grubbs 12). Assists--Fairmont State: 15 (Isaac Thornton 6), Pitt Johnstown: 24 (Andy Byer 7). Att-375

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Game 28 - Concord University vs Fairmont State 3/2/10 At Fairmont, W.Va. -- Joe Retton Arena (WVIAC Tournament) FAIRMONT STATE 93, CONCORD UNIVERSITY 68

Game 29 - Univ. of Charleston vs Fairmont State (3/4/10) At Charleston Civic Center Coliseum (WVIAC Tournament) UNIV. OF CHARLESTON 101, FAIRMONT STATE 90

Game 30 - Fairmont State vs IUP (03/13/10) At Indiana, Pa. (NCAA Tournament - NCAA Atlantic Reg. Quarterfinal IUP 71, FAIRMONT STATE 67

CONCORD UNIVERSITY (6-22) Damien Tunstalle 6-12 1-2 13; Rick Alderman 4-11 3-5 11; Matt Parker 3-9 4-4 11; Eric Bailey 2-6 4-4 9; Kortea Johnson 4-4 0-0 8; Marlin Cribbs 2-3 1-2 5; Gentry Shrewbury 2-6 0-0 4; Rafee Smith 2-5 0-0 4; Cory Willard 1-2 0-0 3; Chance Smith 0-1 0-2 0; Rustin Jessee 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 26-59 13-19 68. FAIRMONT STATE (22-6) Mike Henderson 8-10 2-3 18; Dan Bruner 7-14 0-0 16; Isaac Thornton 6-9 1-1 15; Terrence Green 6-7 1-2 13; Chris Talley 5-12 0-1 10; Chris Thompson 3-4 0-0 6; Pete O’Connor 2-8 0-0 6; Steve Custis 1-3 2-2 5; Ryland Newman 1-1 0-0 2; Ben Wise 0-1 2-4 2; Will Richardson 0-1 0-0 0; Dejae Dorsey 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 39-72 8-13 93. Concord University 24 44 68 Fairmont State 57 36 93 3-point goals--Concord University: 3-12 (Eric Bailey 1-4; Cory Willard 1-1; Matt Parker 1-3; Rafee Smith 0-1; Damien Tunstalle 0-3), Fairmont State: 7-21 (Dan Bruner 2-7; Isaac Thornton 2-3; Pete O’Connor 2-4; Steve Custis 1-2; Ben Wise 0-1; Dejae Dorsey 0-2; Chris Talley 0-2). Rebounds--Concord University: 31 (Rick Alderman 6), Fairmont State: 43 (Mike Henderson 11). Assists—Concord University: 11 (Rafee Smith 3; Gentry Shrewbury 3), Fairmont State: 17 (Isaac Thornton 4; Chris Talley 4; Dan Bruner 4). Att-314

UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON (19-10) Ross, Brandon 9-12 3-4 21; Russell, Bahaadar 5-11 9-11 21; Liggins, Jonathan 6-16 5-6 20; Marone, Ibrahim 7-9 0-2 14; White, John 4-10 4-7 12; Kinney, Ronald 2-3 5-7 9; Eversley, James 2-3 0-0 4; Wheeler, Dwayne 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 35-64 26-37 101. FAIRMONT STATE (22-7) Isaac Thornton 6-16 8-12 21; Chris Talley 7-15 0-0 16; Steve Custis 5-13 0-0 13; Pete O’Connor 4-6 2-5 10; Ryland Newman 4-6 0-1 8; Terrence Green 4-7 0-1 8; Dan Bruner 2-9 2-2 8; Mike Henderson 3-4 0-0 6. Totals 35-76 12-21 90. University of Charleston 45 56 101 Fairmont State 40 50 90 3-point goals--University of Charleston: 5-15 (Liggins, Jonathan 3-7; Russell, Bahaadar 2-6; White, John 0-2), Fairmont State: 8-24 (Steve Custis 3-3; Dan Bruner 2-5; Chris Talley 2-5; Isaac Thornton 1-7; Ryland Newman 0-2; Pete O’Connor 0-2). Rebounds--University of Charleston: 51 (White, John 15), Fairmont State: 32 (Terrence Green 7). Assists--University of Charleston: 13 (Russell, Bahaadar 4; White, John 4), Fairmont State: 19 (Isaac Thornton 5).

FAIRMONT STATE (22-8) Dan Bruner 5-15 1-2 16; Mike Henderson 7-12 0-0 14; Chris Talley 4-10 4-4 13; Isaac Thornton 3-9 3-4 11; Terrence Green 5-10 1-3 11; Steve Custis 1-3 0-0 2; Pete O’Connor 0-0 0-0 0; Ryland Newman 0-1 0-0 0; Chris Thompson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-60 9-13 67. IUP (29-2) YOUNG, Thomas 5-17 7-8 17; SMITH, Ashton 6-11 1-2 15; WEBB, Darryl 5-7 1-4 11; STEWART, Kevin 2-4 4-4 8; ESTRELLA, Willi 3-4 1-4 7; McLAIN, Akida 3-7 1-2 7; SANDERS, Julian 2-8 0-0 6; RENKIN, Scooter 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 26-58 15-24 71. Fairmont State 30 37 67 IUP 32 39 71 3-point goals--Fairmont State: 8-23 (Dan Bruner 5-12; Isaac Thornton 2-6; Chris Talley 1-3; Ryland Newman 0-1; Mike Henderson 0-1), IUP: 4-17 (SMITH, Ashton 2-5; SANDERS, Julian 2-7; STEWART, Kevin 0-1; WEBB, Darryl 0-1; YOUNG, Thomas 0-3). Rebounds--Fairmont State: 34 (Terrence Green 9), IUP: 41 (WEBB, Darryl 14). Assists--Fairmont State: 12 (Mike Henderson 5), IUP: 12 (STEWART, Kevin 3; YOUNG, Thomas 3; SANDERS, Julian 3). Att-1600

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All-WVIAC First Team: Jamar Board (Alderson-Broaddus, 6-0, Soph., G, Capital Heights, MD, 21.0 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 47% 3ptFG, 135 3ptFG) Steve Custis (Fairmont State, 6-1, Soph., G, Frederick, MD, 17.4 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 51% FG) Terrell Eargle (Alderson-Broaddus, 6-4, Sr., G, Youngstown, OH, 14.7 ppg, 10.9 rpg, 4.2 apg, 3.3 spg) Darren Jones (WV State, 5-9, Sr., G, Cleveland, OH, 20.1 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 5.4 apg, 89% FT) Mike Mathey (West Liberty, 6-2, Sr., G, Prospect, OH, 15.9 ppg, 6.2 apg, 6.0 rpg, 57% FG) Josh Miller (WV State, 5-6, Jr., G, Charleston, WV, 20.5 ppg, 5.2 apg, 2.8 spg) Corey Pelle (West Liberty, 6-0, Jr., G, Silver Grove, KY, 17.5 ppg, 5.3 apg, 3.3 rpg, 2.9 spg, 50% FG) Bahaadar Russell (Charleston, 6-2, Sr., G, Phoenix, AZ, 20.0 ppg, 5.1 apg, 82% FT) Tim Turner (Davis & Elkins, 6-1, Jr., G, Stafford, VA, 20.2 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 2.0 spg) Second Team: Danny Branch (Pitt Johnstown, 6-4, Jr., G, Washington, DC, 17.3 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 2.7 apg) Dan Bruner (Fairmont State, 6-9, Sr., F, Kettering, OH, 12.5 ppg, 4.1 rpg) Justin Caldwell (WV Wesleyan, 6-2, Jr., G, Mullens, WV, 19.8 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 2.6 apg) Steve Catich (Wheeling Jesuit, 6-5, Soph., F, Tyrone, PA, 13.7 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 52% FG) Chris Giles (Seton Hill, 6-5, Soph., G, West Mifflin, PA, 18.2 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 2.8 apg, 81% FT) Patrick Grubbs (Pitt Johnstown, 6-8, Soph., C, Turtle Creek, PA, 16.7 ppg, 8.7 rpg, 67% FG) PJ Turner (Davis & Elkins, 5-11, Jr., G, Auburndale, FL, 15.4 ppg, 8.7 apg) John White (Charleston, 6-5, Jr., F, Cleveland, OH, 11.5 ppg, 10.0 rpg)

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Honorable Mention: Cody Boone (Seton Hill, 6-9, Sr., C, Howard, PA, 11.0 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 2.8 bpg, 56% FG) Terrence Green (Fairmont State, 6-3, Jr., G/F, Williamsburg, VA, 12.7 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 53% FG) Jonathan Liggins (Charleston, 6-0, Jr., G, Euclid, OH, 16.3 ppg, 3.6 apg) Tyrone Roach (Shepherd, 5-11, Sr., G, Capital Heights, MD, 17.4 ppg, 2.0 apg) Barry Shetzer (West Liberty, 6-4, Jr., F, North Canton, OH, 14.3 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 43% 3ptFG) Donavin Vinson (Ohio Valley, 6-3, Jr., F, Cumberland, MD, 16.3 ppg, 8.6 rpg, 55% FG) John Wolosinczuk (West Liberty, 6-7, Jr., F, Akron, OH, 13.1 ppg, 7.1 rpg, 2.0 bpg, 84% FT)

Players review Records

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Players review RECORDS FSU

All-Freshmen: Recardo Gaddy (Wheeling Jesuit, 6-2, G, Beltsville, MD, 11.7 ppg, 2.0 apg, 81% FT) Andre Harris (Wheeling Jesuit, 6-5, G, Zanesville, OH, 12.0 ppg, 4.3 rpg) Justin McCoy (Seton Hill, 5-10, G, Columbia, MD, 13.9 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 2.9 apg) Chad Moore (Shepherd, 6-5, F, Winchester, VA, 14.3 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 53% FG) Nick Novak (Pitt Johnstown, 6-1, G, Murrysville, PA, 12.5 ppg, 4.0 apg, 57% FG) Isaac Thornton (Fairmont State, 6-3, G, Martinsburg, WV, 15.1 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 2.7 apg)

Dan Bruner

Player of the Year: Terrell Eargle, Alderson-Broaddus Freshman of the Year: Isaac Thornton, Fairmont State Coach of the Year: Jim Crutchfield, West Liberty

Final Conference Standings

WVIAC Power Overall Pct.

West Liberty 21-1 188.64 29-3 .906 West Virginia State 20-2 175.91 29-4 .879 Alderson-Broaddus 18-4 151.36 24-7 .774 Fairmont State 16-6 140.91 22-8 .773 Charleston 15-7 121.36 19-11 .633 Wheeling Jesuit 14-8 113.18 17-11 .607 Pitt Johnstown 12-10 93.18 17-12 .586 Seton Hill 11-11 87.27 14-15 .483 Davis & Elkins 11-11 84.09 13-14 .481 Shepherd 9-13 70.45 9-19 .321 West Virginia Wesleyan 7-15 49.55 8-21 .276 Glenville State 6-16 48.64 7-21 .250 Concord 5-17 37.27 6-22 .214 Ohio Valley 5-17 36.36 6-22 .214 Salem 3-19 22.73 3-25 .107 Bluefield State 3-19 20.00 3-25 .107

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Career Leaders Points Player

Bill Lindsey Dave Miller Dwight Conaway Dave Moore Lerman Battle Harry Hall Kevin Beaford Butch Haswell Tim Murphy Robert Moore

Years Pts.

1972-75 1964-67 1962-65 1974-77 1971-74 1955-58 1980-84 1970-73 1982-85 1991-96

2578 2557 2340 2255 2232 2113 2085 1911 1908 1861

Field Goals Made Player

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Dave Miller Bill Lindsey Dave Moore Lerman Battle Dwight Conaway Butch Haswell Tim Murphy Kevin Beaford Vance Carr H. Highsmith

Three-Pointers Made

Free Throws Attempted

Points

Player

Player

Player

Year Pts.

Player

Year FGA/FGM Pct.

Player

Year Made

Bill Lindsey Harry Hall Dwight Conaway Thad McFadden Dave Miller Dave Miller Dave Cooper Leroy Loggins Bill Moody Bill Lindsey

1975 1958 1965 2009 1966 1967 1971 1980 1966 1974

Kevin Pearson Mike Henderson Dewayne Richardson Darryl Hepburn Robert Moore Robert Moore Bill Lindsey Warren Doles Robert Moore Dewayne Richardson Minimum 100 attempts

2007 2010 1999 2002 1992 1994 1975 1991 1995 1998

Harry Hall Kevin Beaford Bill Lindsey Dwight Conaway Thad McFadden Joe Jones Dave Miller Dave Miller Leroy Loggins Ted Darcus

1958 1982 1975 1965 2009 1986 1966 1967 1980 1963

Thad McFadden Dan Bruner John Denham Brian Tristani Aaron Denham Bobby-Dee Everhart Cody Loughry John Dillingham Chris Freeman Joe Hardin

Years 3-FGM

2007-09 2006-10 2000-04 1984-88 1995-99 1987-91 2006-08 2005-07 2000-02 2002-04

216 215 143 134 127 125 121 116 106 105

Three-Pointers Attempted

Years FGM

1964-67 1972-75 1974-77 1971-74 1962-65 1970-73 1982-85 1980-84 1975-78 1986-89

1037 1031 943 938 917 830 801 763 740 707

FSU

Player

Thad McFadden Dan Bruner Adam Southern John Denham Aaron Denham Bobby-Dee Everhart Cody Loughry Chris Freeman Joe Hardin Derek Barrett Brian Tristani

Years 3-FGA

2007-09 2006-2010 2006-08 2000-04 1995-99 1987-91 2006-08 2000-02 2002-04 1995-97 1984-88

557 549 482 406 400 340 305 299 297 284 281

Field Goals Attempted

Three-Point Percentage*

Player

Player

Dave Miller Lerman Battle Bill Lindsey Dave Moore Dwight Conaway Kevin Beaford Butch Haswell Tim Murphy Elvin Addison Bill Moody

Years FGA

1964-67 1970-74 1972-75 1974-77 1962-65 1980-84 1970-73 1982-85 1983-86 1965-68

Field Goal Percentage

Player Kevin Pearson Dewayne Richardson Robert Moore Leroy Loggins Darryl Corley Herbert Davis Joe Riley Darryl Hepburn H. Highsmith Bill Lindsey

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1976 1971 1877 1839 1818 1776 1628 1578 1437 1409

Years FGM/FGA FG% 2005-07 209/301 .694 1997-99 296/474 .624 1991-96 704/1148 .613 1979-80 N/A .577 1980-81 N/A .576 1988-92 631/1128 .559 1979-80 N/A .555 2000-02 192/346 .555 1986-89 707/1284 .551 1972-75 1031/1877 .549

Season Leaders

Years 3FGM/3FGA 3-FG%

Brian Tristani 1984-88 Chris Carey 2005-07 John Dillingham 2005-07 Elvin Addison 1983-86 Mitchell Martin 1998-00 Adam Southern 2006-08 Cody Loughry 2006-08 Rodney Rhoda 1986-88 Anthony Naylor 1988-92 Dan Bruner 2006-present *min 100 attempts

134/281 93/195 116/277 44/107 66/164 98/247 121/305 61/154 74/189 215/549

.477 .477 .419 .411 .402 .397 .397 .396 .392 .392

Free Throws Made Player

Kevin Beaford Bill Lindsey Dwight Conaway Dave Miller Ted Darcus Robert Moore Wayne Denham Terence Coleman Dave Moore Lerman Battle

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1980-84 1962-65 1972-75 1991-96 1962-65 1964-67 1967-70 1971-74 1987-90 1970-73

753 737 732 702 698 672 661 644 559 531

Free Throws Percentage Player Bill Moody Leroy Loggins Brian Tristani Joe Riley Brad Butcher Cody Loughry Thad McFadden Butch Haswell Dave Cooper Tim Murphy

Rebounds

Player Wayne Denham Ed Lemon Lerman Battle Dwight Conaway Bill Lindsey Dave Cooper Vince Carr Dave Miller H. Highsmith Harvey Austin

Years FT% 1965-68 .842 1979-80 .838 1985-88 .831 1979-80 .823 1971-74 .815 2006-08 .804 2007-09 .804 1970-73 .799 1968-71 .799 1982-85 .787

555 516 502 481 479 455 419 371 369 356

Player

Brian Tristani Warren Doles Ronnie Means Anthony Naylor Steve Petito Elvin Addison Bobby-Dee Everhart JaMar Wesley Kevin Beaford Mario Finley *since 1981

U n i v e r s i t y

Field Goal Percentage 927 762 757 736 711 708 705 685 671 668

Years Rbd. 1967-70 2035 1970-73 1491 1971-74 1339 1962-65 1297 1972-75 1204 1968-71 1137 1975-78 1114 1964-67 1111 1986-89 1045 1976-79 984

Years Asts.

525 466 427 397 377 288 273 266 265 245

.732 .667 .659 .652 .641 .637 .625 .617 .609 .602

Three-Pointers Made

Year Avg.

Player

Year 3-FGM

Harry Hall Dave Miller Dave Miller Thad McFadden Bill Lindsey Bill Moody Robert Moore Dave Moore Leroy Loggins Tim Murphy Shewn Winfree

1958 1966 1967 2009 1975 1966 1994 1976 1980 1985 1995

Thad McFadden Thad McFadden Danny Bruner Justin Belcastro Chris Carey Adam Southern Cody Loughry Chris Freeman John Dillingham Derek Barrett Joe Hardin

2008 2009 2010 2005 2006 2007 2008 2002 2007 1996 2003

28.2 26.3 26.2 25.4 25.1 24.9 23.4 22.4 22.1 22.0 22.0

110 106 80 69 67 65 63 61 60 59 58

Three-Pointers Attempted

Player

Year FGM

Bill Lindsey Dave Cooper Dwight Conaway Daryl Gainey Tim Murphy Dave Miller Dave Miller Bill Lindsey Dave Miller Bill Moody Tim Murphy Bill Moody

1975 1971 1965 1975 1984 1966 1967 1974 1965 1969 1985 1966

378 297 296 288 285 274 274 270 270 268 267 265

Player

Year FGA

Bill Lindsey Dave Cooper Bill Moody Tim Murphy Dwight Conaway Daryl Gainey Dave Miller Tim Murphy Kevin Beaford Bill Moody Kevin Claudio

1975 1971 1966 1984 1965 1975 1965 1985 1982 1969 1978

605 579 576 569 560 560 533 532 527 517 515

Player

Year 3-FGA

Thad McFadden Thad McFadden Danny Bruner Chris Carey Derek Barrett Cody Loughry Adam Southern Chris Freeman Joe Hardin John Denham Cody Loughry

2009 2008 2010 2006 1996 2008 2007 2002 2003 2003 2007

286 271 205 173 167 161 160 159 159 144 144

Three-Point Percentage Player

Year

Chris Carey Travis Brown Justin Belcastro Bobby-Dee Everhart Brian Tristani Pete O’Connor Brian Tristani John Dillingham Anthony Naylor Rodney Rhoda Minimum 30 attempts

2006 2008 2005 1990 1987 2010 1988 2007 1992 1987

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250 184 171 165 164 163 161 160 157 144

Free Throws Attempted

Player

Field Goals Attempted 1984-88 1990-02 2006-08 1988-92 1983-86 1983-86 1987-91 2003-05 1981-83 2001-03

131/179 88/132 122/185 86/132 236/268 184/289 378/605 111/180 120/197 174/289

Free Throws Made

Scoring Average

Field Goals Made

Assists*

Years FTM

1980-84 1972-75 1962-65 1964-67 1962-65 1991-96 1967-70 1987-90 1974-77 1971-74

Kevin Beaford Ted Darcus Bill Lindsey Robert Moore Dwight Conaway Dave Miller Wayne Denham Lerman Battle Terence Coleman Ed Lemon

Years FTA

3FGM/3FGA 3-FG%

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67/113 16/31 69/134 49/98 51/106 15/33 52/115 60/138 39/90 35/83

.593 .512 .515 .500 .481 .455 .452 .435 .433 .422

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Player

Year Att.

Harry Hall Kevin Beaford Bill Lindsey Dave Miller Lerman Battle Joe Jones Dave Miller Dwight Conaway Robert Moore Ted Darcus

1958 1982 1975 1966 1971 1986 1967 1965 1996 1965

337 258 239 236 231 229 220 219 214 211

Free Throw Percentage Player Brian Tristani Adam Southern Bill Moody Leroy Loggins Brad Butcher Bill Ferguson Tim Murphy Butch Haswell Joe Riley Bill Moody *min. 35 made

Rebounds Player Wayne Denham Ed Lemon Wayne Denham Wayne Denham Wayne Denham Lerman Battle Ed Lemon Bill Lindsey Vance Carr Dave Gardner

Year Pct. 1985 .947 2007 .897 1966 .865 1980 .863 1973 .848 1965 .848 1985 .846 1970 .839 1980 .833 1969 .830

Year Rbd. 1968 644 1971 530 1969 501 1970 474 1967 416 1974 382 1972 372 1975 361 1975 360 1971 355

Assists* Player

Year Asts.

Warren Doles Ronnie Means Warren Doles Ronnie Means Brian Tristani Elvin Addison Rob Taylor Brian Tristani Steve Petito JaMar Wesley *since 1980

1992 2008 1991 2007 1988 1985 1984 1987 1994 2005

245 238 221 189 162 157 152 152 140 138

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Career 1. Bill Lindsey 2. Dave Miller 3. Dwight Conaway 4. Dave Moore 5. Lerman Battle 6. Harry Hall 7. Kevin Beaford 8. Butch Haswell 9. Tim Murphy 10. Robert Moore 11. Dick Schamp 12. Jack McIntyre 13. Brian Tristani 14. Curtis Guin 15. Anthony Naylor 15. Vance Carr 17. Terence Coleman 18. Bob Pence 19. Stanley Sagath 20. Bill Moody 21. Wayne Denham 22. H. Highsmith 23. Ted Darcus 24. Herbert Davis 25. Elvin Addison 26. Harvey Austin 27. Dave Cooper 28. Paul Brownlee 29. Thad McFadden 30. Ed Lemon 31. Joe Jones 32. Daryl Gainey 33. Leroy Loggins 34. Eric Wilson 35. Bobby-D. Everhart 36. Shewn Winfree 37. Brad Butcher 38. Kevin Claudio 39. Dave Gardner 40. Dave Shaffer 41. Danny Bruner 42. Alfonso Davis

Years Pts. 1972-75 2578 1964-67 2557 1962-65 2340 1974-77 2255 1971-74 2232 1955-58 2113 1980-84 2085 1970-73 1911 1982-85 1908 1991-96 1861 1951-54 1831 1954-57 1798 1985-88 1785 1958-61 1771 1988-92 1700 1975-78 1700 1987-90 1678 1940-43 1660 1946-49 1653 1965-68 1653 1967-70 1643 1986-89 1640 1962-65 1587 1988-92 1572 1983-86 1555 1976-79 1525 1968-71 1478 1975-78 1453 2007-09 1357 1970-73 1324 1983-86 1323 1974-75 1308 1979-80 1279 1997-01 1271 1988-91 1184 1994-96 1135 1971-74 1068 1976-79 1061 1968-71 1035 1966-68 1025 2006-10 1009 1987-89 1008

By Class Cl. Lerman Battle FR Bill Moody SO Bill Lindsey JR Bill Lindsey SR Season Average 1. Harry Hall 2. Dave Miller 3. Dave Miller 4. Thad McFadden 5. Bill Lindsey 6. Bill Moody 7. Robert Moore 8. Dave Moore 9. Leroy Loggins 10. Tim Murphy Shewn Winfree 12. Bill Lindsey Brian Tristani 14. Marvin Rashad Thad McFadden 16. Dwight Conaway 17. Robert Moore 18. Dave Cooper 19. Butch Haswell 20. Tim Murphy

Year 1971 1966 1974 1975 Year 1958 1966 1967 2009 1975 1966 1994 1976 1980 1985 1995 1974 1987 2005 2008 1965 1992 1971 1970 1984

Lettermen

Pts. 636 671 668 927 Avg. 28.2 26.3 26.2 25.4 25.1 24.9 23.4 22.4 22.1 22.0 22.0 21.5 21.5 21.4 21.4 21.0 20.3 20.1 20.0 19.9

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Adams, Billy Adams, Russ Addison, Elvin Albert, Walter Allen, Andre Alder, Eric Ambrose, Jim Antulor, Joe Arbogast, Tim Ashcraft, Robert Aukrom, Blaine Austin, Harvey Ayers, James

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Babb, Kenneth Barker, Dan Barnes, Gail Barnes, Kenneth Barr, Robert Barrett, Derek Battle, Lerman Baylor, Charles Beaford, Kevin Beauford, Eric Belcastro, Justin Belcastro, Frank Bell, David Bennix, Jack Bieterman, Bernard Billingham, Ed Blackstone, Richard Blair, Bradley Blosser, William Blunt, Marcus Bojzik, William Bonar, Herbert Boring, Ken Bowers, Elsworth Bowman, Dave Branham, Ed Bridges, Corey Brookover, Bob Brown, Travis Brownlee, Paul Bruner, Dan Bruzuzy, John Buger, George Bullock, George Bullock, Maurice Butcher, Brad

Jamal Womble

Individual Records MOST POINTS Game: 47, Dave Miller vs Shepherd, 1966; Marvin Rashad vs West Virginia State, 2005 Season: 927, Bill Lindsey, 1975

MOST FIELD GOALS Game: 19, Tim Murphy vs Geneva, 1985; 18, Bill Moody vs Glenville, 1966; Butch Haswell vs Davis & Elkins, 1970; Leroy Loggins vs Davis & Elkins, 1979; Leroy Loggins vs Alderson-Broaddus, 1980 Season: 378, Bill Lindsey, 1975

MOST FREE THROWS Game: 23, Harry Hall vs Shepherd, 1958 Season: 250, Harry Hall, 1958

MOST REBOUNDS Game: 38, Harry Hall vs California, 1957 Season: 644, Wayne Denham, 1968

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Cale, James Carey, Chris Carr, Vance Carpenter, James Carter, Jibri Cather, Bill Charleton, James Charleton, June Clara, James Clark, Curtis Claudio, Kevin Coleman, Terence

POINTS AVERAGE Season: 28.2, Harry Hall, 1958

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS Season: 145, Haywood Highsmith, 1987; 102, Haywood Highsmith, 1988; 100, Haywood Highsmith, 1986; 92, Haywood Highsmith, 1989; 87, Terence Coleman, 1990; 82, Andre Allen, 1981; 81, Carl Lenoir, 1981; 79, Elsworth Bowers, 1991

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1993-94-95-96 1993-94-95 1983-84-85-86 1960-61 1980-81 1991-92 1991-92-93 1947-48-49 1950 1941, 46 1936, 38-39-40 1976-77-78-79 1948-49 1947 2000-01 1931-32-33 1933 1934 1996-97 1971-72-73-74 1968 1980-81-82-84 2003 2003-04 1940-41-42-43 1984 1955 1943 1937-38-39-40 1967 1944 1946-47-48-49 1989 1941 1931-32-33 1967 1991 1963-64 1967-68 2000 1964 2007-08 1975-76-77-78 2007-08-09-10 1954 1934-35-36 2002 1997 1971-72-73-74 1947-48 2006-07 1975-76-77-78 2004-05-06-07 1998-99 1967 1962 1953-54-55-56 1931 1995-96 1976-77-78-79 1987-88-89-90

Collins, Mike Collins, Richard Conaway, Calvin Conway, Daniel Conaway, Dwight Conaway, Jay Conaway, John Conaway, Robert Cooper, Dave Cooper, Phil Corley, Darryl Currence, Michael Custis, Steve

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Darcus, Ted Davis, Alfonso Davis, Darnell Davis, Herbert Davis, Willis Dawson, Chad Defenbaugh, Paul Denham, Aaron Denham, John Denham, Wayne Diamond John Diaz Rodger Dileggi, Dave Dillard, Cornelius Dillingham, John Dodaro, James Dodrill, Hartsell Doles, Warren D’Orazio, Phil Dorsey, Dejae Dotson, Brandon Douglas, Steve Dugen, Gene Duvall, Harold

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Echols, Ted Edwards, Cerrone Edwards, Lyle Ellis, Mike Erickson, Nathan Evans, Thomas Everhart, Ron Everhart, Bobby-D.

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Feltz, James Ferguson, Bill Finley, Mario Finn, Dennis Finney, Shawn Ford, James Fraley, John Freeman, Chris Friday, Devin Fultz, Albert Fulwood, Tom

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Gale, James Gardner, Damion Gardner, Dave Garlitz, Bill Garrett, Joe Gill, Richard Glenn, Marshall Glenn, Walter Gomillion, Tony Gouzd, Joe Gouzd, Robert Grady, Ian Grazanni, Danny Graziani, Paul Green, Sonny Green, Terrence Guffa, Emil Guin, Curtis Gump, Lloyd Gunnoe, Andrew

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Hairston, Andre Hall, Harry Hall, Lawrence Hamilton, Jarrett Hamilton, Jay Hamilton, Rex Hampton, Torrez Hamric, George Hardin, Joe Harmer, Jeremy Harper, Tom Harpold, Harry Harris, Saint Clair Hart, Nate Harvey, Jeff Haswell, Butch Hatfield, Kevin Haugh, Jack Hawkins, Dewey Hawkins, Mike Hawkins, Richard Heck, Rufus Heffner, Paul Heffner, Robert Hendershot, Emmett Henderson, Mike Hepburn, Darryl Hertzog, Dick Hess, Herbert Hess, John Hickel, Fred Hickman, Brad Hickman, Clyde Highsmith, H. Higinbotham, Dave Holland, Al Hooton, Thomas Hotsinpiller, Derrick Hornyak, John Hunter, Levi

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Jacobs, Eritz Jamerson, John Janicki, Tom Jasper, Dave Jemison, Shawn Jeffries, George Jenkins, Andre Jenkins, John Johnson, Curtis Johnson, Curtis Johnson, Dave Johnson, Duane Johnson, Kevin Johnson, Rickey Johnson, Robert Johnson, Sam Johnston, Jim Jones, Joe Jones, John Jones, Kip Jones, Manny Judy, George Judy, Thomas

1943 1968-69 1954-55-56-57 1977-78-79 2007 1939 2001-02 1958 1983 1996-97 1998-99 1985 1998-99 2002-03 1942-43-44-45 2002 1975-76-77 1983-84-85-86 1981 1995-96 1982 1935-36 1942

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Kaznoski, John Kenney, Tim Kerns, Glenn King, Lance Kolar, George

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Layman, Don Layton, Shannon Lemon, Ed Lenoir, Carl Light, Tom Lindsey, Bill Lipinski, James Loggins, Leroy Lopez, Michael Loudin, Kevin Loughry, Cody

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Maphis, John Marra, Louis Martin, Mitchell Mason, Cecil Mason, Walter May, Don McBride, Marvin McCleveland, Terry McClung, Churchill McClung, Rouseau McDade, Charles McDeritt, John McFadden, Erv McFadden, Thad McIntyre, Jack McIntire, Randy McKain, James McKinney, Randy McLeod, Paul McRae, Chris Means, Ronnie

1961 1987 1934-35-36-37 2002-03 1945 1956-57-58-59 2003 1970-71-72-73 1978-79-80-81 1984-85 1972-73-74-75 1947-48-49 1979-80 2008-09 1989 2007-08 1968 1944-45 1999 1925-26 1930-31, 33-34 1960-61, 63 1961 2004 1939-40 1940 1927-28-29 1949-50 2010 2008-09 1954-55-56-57 1954-55-56-57 1930-31 1953 2000-01-02 2004 2007-08

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Meeks, Roy Menchaca, Michael Merriweather, James Mertens, Jim Mezzanotte, Pat Michaels, Carrol Michaels, Newton Miles, Larry Miller, Dana Miller, Dave Miller, Dick Miller, Jack Miller, Joe Miller, Ken Mitchell, Charles Moody, Bill Moore, Dave Moore, Robert Moran, Robert Moreman, Nick Morton, Blaine Murphy, Jacob Murphy, James Murphy, Tim Muth, Leonard Myers, Gerry

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Naylor, Anthony Newman, Ryland Newton, Elbert Newton, Kenneth Nicola, Cecil Nutter, Odell

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Oliveto, Danny O’Connor, Pete O’Neal, Marcel Owen, Walter Owen, Warren

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Parrish, Marshall Patterson, Leslie Payne, Carl Payne, Chester Pearson, Kevin Pence, Ned Pence, Robert Perunicic, Filip Petitto, Steve Phillips, Charles Phillips, Ronald Pope, David Powell, Damian Prickett, Don

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Quattro, Arthur Quattro, Frank

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1958 2006 1998-99 1966 1956 1926-27-28 1925 1996-97 1951 1964-65-66-67 1953-54 1940-41-42 2008 1963-64 1930-31 1965-66-67-68 1974-75-76-77 1992-94-95 1950-51 1953-54 1952-53-54-55 1939 1938 1982-83-84-85 1942 1978 1989-90-91-92 2009-10 1998-99 1944, 46 1947-48-49 1930 1978-79 2007-08-09-10 2000-01 1941-42-43, 46 1942-43 1930 1995-96 1943 1945 2006-07 1938-39 1940-41-42-43 2009 1993-94-95 1947 1958 2006 1999 1966-67-68 1934 1961-62 1992-93-94 2005-06 1932-33-34 1964 1997 1986-87-88-89 1987-88 1951-52-53-54

Riley, Goerge Riley, Joe Richardson, Dewayne Richardson, Will Rinehart, Burl Robinson, Mark Rollins, William Ross, Joe Rothlesberger, Eddie

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Sagath, Stanley Salina, James Samples, William Sampson, Jimmy Sapp, Buddy Saunders, James Schamp, Richard Schmidle, Cottrill Securro, Frank Sell, Rickey Shaffer, Dave Shaffer, Les Shahan, Paul Shamblin, Gary Shamblin, Matt Shaw, Richard Sheets, Bob Shingleton, Stan Sirbaugh, Matt Skeen, Sam Skidmore, Beryl Skinner, Waldon Sloan, Pat Smail, Carlyle Smell, George Smith, Don Smith, Ed Snead, Gerald Snoderly, June Snyder, Verl Southern, Adam Spiro, Sid Stanley, John Stalnaker, Eugene Statler, Zack Stealey, Alton Stephens, Vada Stevens, Todd Stone, Mike St. Louis, Al Suggs, Aaron Swiger, William

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Talley, Chris Tatta, John Tatum, Tim Taylor, Robert Teets, Glenn Tennant, Dick Thomas, Joe Thompson, Chris Thompson, William Thornton, Isaac Toothman, Jamey Tork, Patsy Trade, Edward Trent, Scott Tristani, Brian Tristani, Joe

1950-51-52 1979-80 1998-99 2009-10 1925 1977 1939 1925 1929-30 1946-47-48-49 1960 1925-26-27-28 1925-26-27-28 1977-78-79 1946 1951-52-53-54 1949-50-51 1929 2005-06 1966-67-68 1972-73, 76 1944 1956-57-58-59 2003 1925-26 1968 1964-65 1989-90-91 1966 1945 1947 1967-68-69 1926 1931-32 1964-65 2002 1998-99 1934 1935 2007-08 1944 2007 1932-33-34 2009 1927-28-29 1997 1998 1979-80-81-82 1995 2007 1944-45

True, Phil Turner, Jerome Turpin, Derrell Twigg, John

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Underwood, Bill

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Vennari, Alex Vernall, John Victor, John Villinger, Jim Volker, Clair

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Wagner, Dick Walker, DeAndre Ware, Richard Washenitz, Frank Watson, William Wesley, JaMar

2010 1939-40-41 2000-01 1963 1937-38 1977 2000 2009-10 1937-38-39 2010 1986 1928 1946-47 1991-92-93 1985-86-87-88 1962-63

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1944 1928-29 1952 1941-42 1954-55-56-57 1996-97 1951 2002-03 1937-38 1991-92-93-94 1935 2003-04

Wiley, Harold Williams, Dick Williams, Rod Williams, Tommy Wilson, Chad Wilson, Eric Wilson, Kyle Wilson, Wilford Winfree, Shewn Wise, Ben Womble, Jamal Woods, Carl Wright, Fred

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Yoder, Larry Yost, Delmer Yost, Fielding

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Zundell, George

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1939 1961 1985 1995 1988-89 1998-99-00-01 1944 1932-33-34-35 1995-96 2010 2006-07-08-09 1995-96 1980-81 1975-76 1929-30-31-32 1960-61-62

Stanley Sageth Bill Blosser Harry Hall Harry Hall Curtis Guin Dwight Conaway Fielding Yost Dwight Conaway Dwight Conaway Teddy Darcus Dave Miller Bill Moody Dave Miller Wayne Denham Wayne Denham John Jamerson Pat Sloan Dave Cooper Wayne Denham Dave Cooper Dave Gardner Lerman Battle Bill Lindsey Lerman Battle Lerman Battle Bill Lindsey Bill Lindsey Dave Moore Paul Brownlee Vance Carr Dave Moore Vance Carr Dave Moore Paul Brownlee Vance Carr Kevin Claudio Harvey Austin

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1949 1949 1957 1958 1961 1962 1962 1964 1965 1965 1966 1966 1967 1968 1969 1969 1969 1970 1970 1971 1971 1972 1972 1973 1974 1974 1975 1975 1976 1976 1976 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1979

Leroy Loggins Leroy Loggins Kevin Beaford Kevin Beaford Tim Murphy Elvin Addison Tim Murphy Elvin Addison Brian Tristani Elsworth Bowers Anthony Naylor Herbert Davis Robert Moore Shewn Winfree Robert Moore Shewn Winfree Maurice Bullock Dewayne Richardson Dewayne Richardson Eric Wilson Marvin Rashad Thad McFadden Thad McFadden Steve Custis

Dave Miller

Dave Cooper

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1967

1971

Dwight became Fairmont State’s first basketball All-American in 1965. Dwight played for Coach Paul Davis and Coach Joe Retton from 19621965. He was selected first-team All-WVIAC three times during his career, in 1962 1964 and 1965. Conaway finished his career at Fairmont with 2,340 career points and 1,297 career rebounds. He is third on the all-time scoring list and fourth in career rebounds in school history. He was named to the WVIAC All-Tournament Team in 1962, 1964 and 1965. Conaway averaged 21.0 points per game in 1965. In 1965, Fairmont won the WVIAC Tournament Championship. Conaway was inducted into the Fairmont State Lettermen’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002. In 1965, Conaway scored 757 points, the third highest single-season point total in Fairmont State history.

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Dwight Conaway

1979 1980 1981 1982 1984 1985 1985 1986 1988 1991 1992 1992 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2005 2008 2009 2010

John Jamerson 1969

John was named All-American in 1969. He played from 1968-1969 under Coach Joe Retton. Jamerson was named first-team AllWVIAC in 1969. He was selected to the WVIAC All-Tournament Team in 1968 and 1969. Helped lead the Falcons to the WVIAC Championship in 1968 and 1969 and to the WVIAC Tournament Championship in 1969. Jamerson was named the Most Valuable Player in the 1968 NAIA National Tournament.

1976 1977 1978 1980 1981 1985 1999

Freshman of the Year Chris Carey Isaac Thornton

Dave became an All-American for Fairmont State in 1971. He played for Coach Joe Retton from 1968-1971. Cooper was named first-team All-WVIAC in 1970 and 1971. He scored 1,478 career points, placing him 26th on the all-time list. He had 1,137 career rebounds and is sixth on the Falcon all-time rebounding list. Helped lead the Falcons to three WVIAC Championships in 1969, 1970 and 1971. He was selected to the WVIAC All-Tournament squad in 1971. During the 1971 season, Cooper scored 705 points, the sixth highest single-season point total in Fairmont State history. He averaged 20.1 points per game in 1971.

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Lerman Battle 1973

Player of the Year Dave Moore Dave Moore Vance Carr Leroy Loggins Kevin Beaford Tim Murphy Dewayne Richardson

Dave Miller was selected All-American in 1967. Dave played for Coach Joe Retton at Fairmont from 1964-1967. Miller was selected first-team All-WVIAC in 1966 and 1967. He scored 2,557 career points at Fairmont State and is the school’s second all-time leading scorer. In 1966, Miller averaged 26.3 points per game and averaged 26.2 points per game in 1967. Miller had 1,111 career rebounds, placing him eighth on the all-time list. He was named the WVIAC Tournament’s ‘Most Valuable Player’ in 1967. Miller was named to the All-Tournament Team in 1964, 1966 and 1967. Dave played on the 1965 WVIAC Tournament Championship squad. Dave is the all-time leader in field goals in Falcon history, with 1,037 career field goals. Miller holds the Falcon record with 47 points scored in a game. He set the record in 1966 against Shepherd. Miller was inducted in the Fairmont State Hall of Fame in 2003.

1974

Lerman became the first Falcon basketball player to be named All-American two times during his career, in 1973 and 1974. Battle played for Coach Joe Retton from 1971-1974. He was a three-time first-team All-WVIAC selection, in1972, 1973 and 1974. Battle helped the Falcons to four straight WVIAC Championships from 1971-1974. Battle scored 2,232 career points, placing him fifth on the all-time scoring list. He had 1,339 career rebounds to place him third on the all-time rebounding list. He was named to the WVIAC All-Tournament Team in 1972, 1973 and 1974. In 1973, Battle was selected the WVIAC Tournament’s Most Valuable Player. Fairmont State won two WVIAC Tournament Championships during Battle’s career, in 1973 and 1974. He also won the WVIAC Tournament’s Individual Sportsmanship Award in 1972. Lerman holds the school record for most points scored by a freshman (636) at Fairmont State.

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Bill Lindsey

Vance Carr

Thad McFadden

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1978

2009

Bill played for Coach Joe Retton at Fairmont State from 1972-75. Lindsey was chosen AllAmerican in 1975. He was selected first-team AllWVIAC in 1972, 1974 and 1975. He is Fairmont State’s all-time leading career scorer, with 2,578 points. Lindsey is fifth in career rebounds, with 1,204 rebounds. He also holds the school record with 927 points scored in a single-season. In 1975, he averaged 25.1 points per game. Lindsey helped the Falcons to four straight conference titles from 1972-1975. Bill was selected the WVIAC Tournament ‘Most Valuable Player’ in both 1974 and 1975. Fairmont State won three WVIAC Tournament titles during Lindsey’s career, in 1973, 1974 and 1975. He was selected first-team AllWVIAC in both 1974 and 1975. He is second in school history in career field goals with 1,031 field goals. Bill holds the FS record for most field goals made (378) in a single-season. He set the record in 1975.

Vance played for Coach Joe Retton from 19751978. Carr was selected All-American in 1978. He became the eighth Falcon player to be named All-American. He was a three-time first-team AllWVIAC player, being named in 1976, 1977 and 1978. He scored 1,700 career points at Fairmont, placing him 15th on the all-time scoring list. His 1,114 career rebounds is the seventh best in Falcon history. Carr was selected to the WVIAC All-Tournament Team in 1976. During his career, Fairmont State won four consecutive WVIAC titles from 1975-78. The Falcons also won two WVIAC Tournament Championships during Carr’s career, 1975 and 1976.

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High Point Game Fairmont Highs Year School

1965 Beckley 1965 Wheeling 1965 California Univ. (PA) 1977 Alderson-Broaddus 1974 Salem 1999 Ohio State-Lima 1967 Alderson-Broaddus 1976 Alderson-Broaddus 1969 WV State 1968 WV Wesleyan 1967 Glenville State 1965 WV Wesleyan 2003 Ohio-Zanesville 1966 Alderson-Broaddus 1956 Beckley 1986 Davis & Elkins 1965 Shepherd 1963 Alderson-Broaddus 1979 Alderson-Broaddus 1996 Point Park 1968 Alderson-Broaddus 1965 Waynesburg (PA) 2009 Wheeling Jesuit 2007 Ohio State-Newark 2004 Bluefield State 2002 Ohio University Eastern 2005 Ohio University Eastern 1995 La Roche 1995 Bluefield 1989 Dyke (OH) 2002 Ohio State Newark 1999 Bluefield State 1996 Davis & Elkins 1995 Davis & Elkins 1992 Columbia Union 1989 Davis & Elkins 2006 Ohio University Eastern 1998 Wilberforce 1991 Glenville State 1998 Point Park 1992 WV State 1992 Glenville State 1991 WV State 1991 Bluefield State 1991 Alderson-Broaddus 2010 Salem International 2006 Pfieffer 2005 Ohio University Eastern 1990 Point Park 2004 West Liberty 2003 Ohio Eastern 2003 Columbia Union 1999 Ohio Valley 1998 West Liberty 1995 Point Park 2010 Ohio Eastern 2010 Bluefield State 2008 Ohio State Newark 2007 West Liberty 1991 WV Tech 2000 Goldey-Beacom 1998 Miami-Middletown 1992 WV Wesleyan 1992 Salem-Teikyo

In 2009, Thad McFadden became the first Fairmont State player to earn All-America honors since the school moved from NAIA to NCAA Division II. McFadden was named second team All-America by Daktronics. He was second in the nation in scoring averaging with 25.4 points per game as a senior, which also ranked as the fourth-highest season average in school history. McFadden was a two-time first team All-WVIAC pick and scored 1,367 points in his two-year career. He was twice named to the WVIAC All-Tournament team, and also claimed the Galperin Award as the conference tournament’s leading (average) scorer twice. McFadden, coached by Fairmont State All-American Tim Murphy, set school records for single season and career threepointers made.

Tim Murphy 1985

Dave Moore 1976 1977

Dave is just the second Falcon to be selected All-American twice during his career at Fairmont State. He was an All-American in 1976 and 1977, while playing for Coach Joe Retton from 19741977. Dave was selected first-team All-WVIAC in 1975, 1976 and 1977. He is Fairmont’s fourth all-time leading scorer with 2,255 career points. He averaged 22.4 points per game during the 1976 season. During Dave’s career, Fairmont won four consecutive WVIAC Tournament titles, from 1974-1977. Moore was selected the WVIAC Tournament’s Most Valuable Player in 1976. He was a three-time member of the WVIAC AllTournament squad from 1975-1977. Moore is third on the all-time career field goals made list with 943 career field goals.

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Tim Murphy played at Fairmont from 19821985. In 1985, Tim was selected to the All-America Team. He played for both Coach Joe Retton and Coach Dave Cooper during his career. He is the last Fairmont basketball player to be named AllAmerican. Murphy was twice selected first-team All-WVIAC, in 1984 and 1985, and was WVAIC Player of the Year as a senior. Murphy ended his career with 1,908 points, placing him eighth on the all-time scoring list. In 1985, he averaged 22.0 points per game for the Falcons. He was selected to the WVIAC All-Tournament squad in 1984 when he helped lead the Falcons to the WVIAC Tournament Championship. During the 1985 WVIAC Tournament, Murphy was the recipient of the Commissioner’s Heart and Hustle Award. Tim holds the Fairmont record with 19 field goals made in a single-game against Geneva College in 1985.

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Year School FS Opp.

135 75 135 87 127 82 125 91 125 78 124 71 123 93 121 89 121 89 121 68 121 103 121 65 120 61 120 85 119 80 118 102 118 92 118 87 117 88 116 65 116 91 116 62 115 118 115 56 115 85 114 65 112 54 112 66 111 74 110 81 109 48 109 69 109 69 109 92 108 92 108 71 107 65 107 91 107 95 106 72 106 78 106 102 105 76 105 97 105 109 105 57 104 94 104 64 104 91 103 83 103 73 103 55 103 70 103 91 103 82 103 84 103 54 102 64 102 118 101 87 100 74 100 59 100 83 100 88

1991 Shepherd 1991 Point Park 2010 West Liberty 2010 West Virginia State

Opponent Highs

FS Opp.

100 76 100 86 100 103 100 85

Year School

Opp. FSC

1987 WV Wesleyan (OT) 2009 Wheeling Jesuit (OT) 2007 West Liberty 1986 Waynesburg 1960 Davis & Elkins 1989 West Liberty 1954 Salem 1956 WV Tech 1990 Concord 1953 West Liberty 1955 Alderson-Broaddus 1961 Alderson-Broaddus 1955 WV Wesleyan 1962 Glenville State 1991 Alderson-Broaddus 2008 West Liberty 1986 St. Bonaventure 1983 Alderson-Broaddus 1986 WV State 1962 Davis & Elkins 1987 WV State 1957 Wash. & Jefferson (PA) 1994 Salem-Teikyo 1966 Glenville State 1989 Indiana (PA) 1983 West Virginia Tech 1966 Shepherd 1963 WV Wesleyan 1956 Concord 1954 West Liberty 2006 West Liberty 2005 Florida Gulf Coast 1991 Salem-Teikyo 1989 Alderson-Broaddus 1987 WV Tech 1984 WV State 1967 Glenville State 1956 West Liberty 2010 West Liberty 1995 Salem-Teikyo 1994 Alderson-Broaddus 1992 Glenville State 1991 Indiana (PA) 1958 WV Wesleyan 1954 Davis & Elkins 2007 Salem 1994 Glenville State 1982 University of D.C. 1966 WV Wesleyan 1955 Davis & Elkins 2010 Charleston 2006 West Liberty 1992 Alderson-Broaddus 1991 WV Wesleyan 1962 West Virginia 1960 Alderson-Broaddus 1957 West Liberty 1954 Salem

122 112 118 115 118 102 116 68 116 104 115 81 115 104 114 98 113 94 113 87 112 70 111 82 111 71 110 70 109 105 107 73 107 70 107 100 106 99 106 70 105 94 105 99 105 59 105 77 104 77 104 87 104 100 104 102 104 94 104 89 103 94 103 75 103 92 103 96 103 70 103 88 103 121 103 95 103 100 102 84 102 76 102 106 102 97 102 84 102 74 101 91 101 79 101 75 101 103 101 93 101 90 100 81 100 94 100 80 100 83 100 87 100 85 100 82

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Fairmont Scored 100 Points Against: 21 Alderson-Broaddus 18 Davis & Elkins 14 Salem 12 West Virginia Wesleyan 9 Glenville State 9 West Liberty State 9 West Virginia State 7 Beckley 7 Concord 7 Point Park (PA) 7 Shepherd 6 Wheeling Jesuit 6 Bluefield State 6 Ohio University Eastern 4 California University (PA) 3 Ohio State-Newark 3 Steubenville (OH) 2 Central State (OH) 2 Columbia Union 2 Morris Harvey 2 Potomac State 2 West Virginia Tech 1 Bowie State (MD) 1 Daeman (NY) 1 Dyke (OH) 1 Edinboro (PA) 1 Frostburg State (MD) 1 Hillsdale (MI) 1 LaRoche 1 Miami-Middletown 1 Ohio Valley 1 Ohio-Zanesville 1 Ohio State-Lima 1 Pfieffer 1 St. Benedicts (KS) 1 Washington & Jefferson (PA) 1 Waynesburg (PA) 1 Westminster (PA) 1 Winona State (MI) 1 Wilberforce

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All-Time Scores 1916-17 11-6 .647 No Games Scores

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1924-25 11-7 .611 Glenville Normal W, 28-22 Marshall W, 17-16 Morris Harvey W, 31-12 Salem W, 28-22 Potomac State L, 31-13 Davis & Elkins L, 30-34 WV Wesleyan W, 35-34 Salem L, 25-27 California Normal L, 33-42 Bethany W, 29-25 Bethany L, 19-26 Broaddus W, 42-30 Marshall W, 26-19 W. Liberty Normal W, 50-18 Davis & Elkins L, 32-36 Broaddus W, 45-37 Glenville Normal W, 24-21 WV Wesleyan L, 21-36 1925-26 No Records 1926-27 6-12 .333 No Game Scores 1927-28 6-13 .316 No Game Scores 1928-29 5-7 .417 California Normal L, 42-45 Washington L, 22-46 California Normal L, 40-48 Marshall W, 24-23 Salem L, 26-41 Marshall L, 34-45 WV Wesleyan W, 33-28 Detroit W, 26-23 A-B W, 33-29 Salem L, 30-32 WV Wesleyan L, 28-48 Shepherd W, 41-30 1929-30 12-9 .571 Marietta L, 23-28 California L, 29-31 California W, 59-25 Salem W, 46-28 Marshall W, 46-35 Morris Harvey W, 73-25 Potomac State W, 38-36 Bluefield W, 37-35 Potomac State L, 26-42 Shepherd W, 32-24

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Washington L, 33-62 Morris Harvey W, 40-36 Marshall L, 31-47 Bluefield L, 45-52 Concord L, 34-37 Shepherd W, 48-29 WV Wesleyan W, 43-35 Concord W, 58-41 Salem W, 56-34 WV Wesleyan L, 34-59 Bethany L, 37-38 1930-31 12-11 .522 California W, 35-26 Marietta L, 17-31 A-B W, 49-33 California W, 43-33 Salem L, 37-43 Morris Harvey W, 69-48 Concord W, 62-50 WV Wesleyan L, 35-56 Bethany W, 32-25 Marshall W, 33-32 Shepherd W, 49-34 Potomac State L, 39-54 WV Wesleyan L, 33-63 Marshall L, 27-35 Morris Harvey L, 49-69 Concord L, 31-41 Bluefield W, 49-41 Bluefield W, 43-39 Potomac State W, 51-49 A-B L, 18-23 Salem L, 43-45 Shepherd W, 49-36 Bethany L, 33-36 1931-32 11-11 .500 Waynesburg L, 31-41 Waynesburg L, 35-53 Concord W, 64-34 California W, 53-33 California W, 46-34 WV Wesleyan L, 29-33 Marshall L, 44-49 Shepherd W, 43-38 Potomac State W, 48-35 Marshall L, 23-29 New River L, 39-44 Bluefield W, 54-34 Concord W, 37-32 Salem L, 29-34 WV Wesleyan L, 37-39 New River L, 37-40 Bluefield W, 54-39 Potomac State L, 42-46 Bethany L, 37-48 Salem W, 53-35 Shepherd W, 52-35 Bethany W, 52-30

1932-33 No Records 1933-34 6-15 .286 Salem L, 34-42 Glenville L, 45-49 California W, 38-37 Morris Harvey W, 52-41 California L, 28-36 Waynesburg L, 31-47 Glenville L, 42-44 West Liberty L, 38-44 Bethany L, 31-57 Marshall L, 30-32 West Liberty W, 40-36 WV Wesleyan W, 36-34 Marshall L, 29-34 Morris Harvey L, 23-35 Concord W, 49-27 Davis & Elkins L, 35-38 Concord W, 49-39 Salem L, 35-48 WV Wesleyan W, 43-40 Bethany L, 51-54 Davis & Elkins L, 41-54 1934-35 9-17 .346 Marietta L, 21-46 Waynesburg L, 21-45 WV Wesleyan L, 37-39 Morris Harvey W, 57-27 Glenville L, 40-53 Waynesburg L, 32-44 Salem W, 38-35 Glenville L, 47-53 Bethany L, 38-44 Salem W, 41-40 Marshall L, 36-69 WV Wesleyan W, 50-48 West Liberty W, 52-35 California L, 48-53 West Liberty W, 48-44 Marshall L, 40-70 Morris Harvey W, 72-18 New River L, 31-40 Concord L, 37-44 Westminster L, 29-61 Shepherd L, 39-51 A-B L, 43-51 Potomac State L, 41-47 Shepherd W, 50-47 Potomac State W, 60-51 Bethany W, 56-51 1935-36 8-14 .364 Marietta L, 26-39 Glenville L, 30-63 Potomac State W, 42-31 WV Wesleyan L, 40-46 West Liberty W, 48-33

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Salem L, 27-31 West Liberty W, 43-37 Bethany L, 46-48 Waynesburg L, 35-43 Salem L, 27-48 Davis & Elkins W, 47-29 A-B L, 53-56 WV Wesleyan L, 40-44 Waynesburg L, 42-47 A-B W, 48-44 Concord L, 44-45 Bethany W, 52-47 Potomac State L, 32-44 Davis & Elkins L, 38-56 Shepherd W, 67-43 1936-37 9-13 .409 Marietta L, 48-53 Davis & Elkins L, 54-79 California W, 58-44 Waynesburg L, 36-46 Glenville L, 42-61 West Liberty W, 58-37 Bethany L, 42-63 West Liberty W, 58-49 Frostburg L, 48-52 Davis & Elkins L, 46-64 Glenville L, 51-66 Shepherd W, 59-54 WV Wesleyan L, 39-41 A-B W, 46-43 Bethany W, 58-53 Frostburg W, 69-54 Salem L, 42-55 Waynesburg L, 50-72 Shepherd W, 43-34 Salem L, 43-47 V Wesleyan W, 50-46 A-B L, 46-63 1937-38 8-16 .333 Kingwood W, 48-36 New River W, 52-37 Glenville State L, 40-57 West Liberty W, 61-44 Bethany L, 48-58 Concord L, 51-62 Salem L, 44-65 Davis & Elkins L, 56-57 Marietta L, 37-55 California L, 26-29 Salem L, 41-50 WV Wesleyan W, 52-45 A-B L, 69-71 WV Wesleyan L, 47-48 Bethany W, 60 59 Waynesburg L, 62-74 Concord W, 47-43 A-B W, 93-53 Davis & Elkins L, 45-60 West Liberty L, 40-68

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1944-45 7-8 .467 WVU L, 36-68 Salem W, 45-31 Marshall L, 32-53 Salem L, 30-49 WV Tech W, 46-37 A-B W, 59-31 Slippery Rock L, 38-43 Concord W, 40-31 Slippery Rock L, 37-40 Salem W, 61-38 WV Tech L, 42-43 Marshall L, 35-71 Concord W, 44-21 Salem L, 44-53 Bethany L, 52-62

Waynesburg L, 38-65 California W, 75-41 New River W, 76-46 Glenville L, 56-61 1938-39 9-13 .409 No Game Scores 1939-40 14-12 .538 No Game Scores 1940-41 9-13 .409 No Game Scores

1945-46 18-9 .667 WVU L, 39-63 Marietta W, 51-43 Bethany W, 57-53 WV Tech W, 62-32 Concord W, 67-65 Marietta W, 56-49 W & J W, 58-42 Salem W, 48-46 Wesleyan W, 55-32 Marshall L, 51-66 D & E W, 64-49 California W, 61-40 W & J W, 67-56 A-B L, 43-48 Morris Harvey W, 73-54 D & E W, 65-53 Salem W, 81-56 Bethany L, 44-45 Concord L, 52-56 Wesleyan L, 51-61 A-B L, 51-61 California W, 79-46 Bethany* W, 62-50 D & E* W, 70-54 Wesleyan* L, 44-47 *Tournament Games 1946-47 Conference Champs 21-6 .777 WV Wesleyan L, 45-85 Waynesburg L, 44-64 California State W, 61-43 Concord W, 59-41 Morris Harvey L, 41-57 WV Tech W, 71-51 Concord W, 73-58 WV Wesleyan W, 63-51 Potomac State W, 52-48 Shepherd W, 66-34 California State L, 60-64 WV Wesleyan W, 80-51 A-B L, 38-50 Bethany W, 69-56 Salem W, 69-56 Davis & Elkins W, 71-47 Shepherd W, 85-44 Indiana State L, 63-67

1941-42 17-6 .739 No Game Scores 1942-43 11-8 .578 California State W, 44-28 Marietta L, 48-56 WV Wesleyan L, 41-47 West Liberty L, 43-58 Bethany W, 59-45 WV Wesleyan W, 47-36 Glenville State L, 50-75 WV Tech W, 76-50 Morris Harvey L, 51-55 Bethany W, 55-50 WV Tech W, 69-33 Salem L, 55-56 California State W, 81-34 A-B W, 64-36 Salem W, 62-54 Marietta W, 43-36 Glenville State L, 52-57 A-B L, 45-48 Salem W, 67-47 1943-44 11-6 .647 Rio Grande W, 42-32 Marshall L, 24-43 WVU L, 31-51 Marshall L, 30-44 WV Tech L, 39-41 Salem W, 52-34 217 Military Police W, 42 37 Salem W, 65-43 Bethany L, 36-76 217 Military Police W, 43-35 A-B W, 65-32 A-B W, 64-25 Salem W, 68-24 OI W, 52-32 Bethany L, 26-41 Salem W, 43-37 OI W, 64-35

Slippery Rock W, 67-63 Salem W, 65-56 Glenville State W, 80-56 Davis & Elkins W, 76-31 Morris Harvey W, 70-53 Bethany W, 64-55 Glenville State W, 74-71 WV Tech W, 75-56 A-B W, 64-53 1947-48 Conference Champs 16-6 .727 WV University L, 55-80 Marietta L, 42-63 California State W, 55-51 WV University L, 40-68 Glenville State W, 66-42 A-B L, 59-60 WV Wesleyan W, 82-48 West Liberty W, 68-66 Bethany L, 40-49 Salem W, 60-47 Marietta W, 61-55 California State W, 53-52 Salem W, 88-61 Slippery Rock W, 82-63 A-B W, 67-60 Indiana University W, 79-61 Davis & Elkins L, 50-69 Bethany W, 85-56 WV Wesleyan W, 62-57 Davis & Elkins W, 55-40 West Liberty W, 56-44 Glenville State W, 70-69 1948-49 21-6 .777 California State W, 79-42 Marietta W, 89-57 WV Wesleyan W, 84-54 Glenville State W, 74-62 Bethany W, 64-57 Salem W, 69-51 WV Tech W, 67-62 WV Wesleyan W, 82-66 Potomac State W, 68-61 Davis & Elkins L, 63-64 Marietta W, 91-63 A-B W, 61-40 Morris Harvey L, 81-90 California W, 91-59 WV Tech L, 61-65 Concord L, 76-80 A-B W, 60-54 West Liberty W, 73- 71 Bethany L, 65-71 Salem W, 76-61 Concord W, 107-82 Glenville State W, 90-67 West Liberty W, 99-72 WV Wesleyan W, 93-64 A-B W, 61-57 WV Tech W, 71-62 Davis & Elkins W, 65-63

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1949-50 8-17 .320 Marietta L, 59-84 West Liberty L, 60-61 Potomac State W, 61-47 Shepherd L, 69-73 WV Tech L, 48-70 WV Wesleyan L, 57-70 Glenville State L, 47-68 WV Tech L, 48-54 A-B L, 55-58 California State L, 75-66 Salem W, 54-41 Concord W, 69-65 Davis & Elkins L, 65-68 Morris Harvey W, 65-63 WV Wesleyan L, 50-67 California State W, 63-53 A-B L, 71-72 West Liberty L, 63-70 Salem L, 66-88 Glenville State L, 57-65 Davis & Elkins L, 53-54 Bethany W, 67-60 Davis & Elkins L, 54-61 1950-51 9-15 .375 Marshall L, 34-84 WV Tech L, 48-87 Marietta L, 58-74 Shepherd W, 83-40 Glenville State W, 57-56 Morris Harvey W, 65-45 WV Wesleyan L, 35-41 A-B W, 53-43 Davis & Elkins L, 55-79 Salem W, 69-57 Concord W, 88-76 California State L, 51-61 Concord L, 58-68 WV Tech L, 52-70 Morris Harvey L, 54-77 A-B L, 54-59 Potomac State W, 63-51 California State L, 41-59 Glenville State L, 43-63 Davis & Elkins L, 51-53 Salem W, 63-51 WV Wesleyan W, 53-49 West Liberty L, 58-74 WV Tech L, 51-53 1951-52 3-22 .120 WV Tech L, 54-84 A-B L, 49-62 Marietta L, 51-53 California State L, 52-65 Beckley L, 68-84 Concord L, 66-95 Davis & Elkins L, 40-71 West Liberty L, 63-65 Concord L, 62-70 Glenville L, 52-69 A-B L, 64-66 Salem L, 76-77 Glenville W, 62-61

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California State L, 65-73 West Liberty L, 65-75 Shepherd W, 87-78 WV Wesleyan L, 50-71 Morris Harvey L, 58-69 Salem L, 63-93 WV Wesleyan L, 63-79 Davis & Elkins L, 75-82 WV Tech L, 53-76 Morris Harvey L, 62-86 Concord W, 70-64 Morris Harvey L, 63-78 1952-53 9-12 .428 Glenville State L, 68-88 WV Wesleyan L, 70-79 A-B L, 79-88 Davis & Elkins W, 84-77 California State W, 90-72 A-B L, 66-79 California State L, 64-72 Potomac State W, 84-76 Salem L, 68-76 Davis & Elkins L, 76-82 Salem L, 91-97 West Liberty L, 87-113 Bethany L, 66-95 Bethany W, 81-71 Glenville State W, 82-63 West Liberty W, 70-68 Beckley W, 104-92 Potomac State L, 78-89 Davis & Elkins* W, 82-72 WV Tech* W, 60-58 A-B* L, 69-88 *Tournament Games 1953-54 7-14 .333 Glenville State L, 80-83 WV Wesleyan W, 72-71 A-B L, 69-77 Potomac State W, 83-73 Shepherd L, 82-83 A-B L, 85-99 Davis & Elkins W, 78-76 California State W, 80-78 Salem L, 82-100 California State L, 83-87 Salem L, 104-115 Davis & Elkins L, 74-102 West Liberty L, 89-104 Beckley L, 90-94 Concord L, 77-82 Glenville State L, 74-91 West Liberty W, 79-74 Bethany W, 68-67 Concord W, 73-68 WV Wesleyan W, 100-93 Morris Harvey* L, 85-92 *Tournament Game 1954-55 12-13 .480 Glenville State L, 69-79 Shepherd W, 88-84 WV Wesleyan L, 71-111

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A-B L, 70-112 Potomac State W, 93-61 Beckley L, 91-95 Salem W, 91-79 Potomac State L, 72-74 Davis & Elkins L, 79-95 Bethany L, 65-78 California State W, 87-75 A-B L, 82-83 Salem W, 82-81 Concord W, 78-62 West Liberty W, 92-80 Beckley W, 84-70 Concord W, 67-64 Glenville State L, 77-78 Davis & Elkins L, 93-101 West Liberty W, 88-83 Bethany W, 86-75 California State L,82-85 WV Wesleyan L, 88-90 WV Wesleyan* W, 88-83 A-B* L, 81-83 *Tournament Game 1955-56 16-12 .571 Davis & Elkins L, 82-91 WV Wesleyan L, 73-84 California State W, 75-61 Potomac State W, 95-81 A-B L, 64-68 WV Wesleyan W, 72-65 Glenville State W, 94-88 A-B L, 63-83 Davis & Elkins W, 85-71 Salem L, 83-96 Bethany L, 77-85 Potomac State W, 87-81 Shepherd W, 94-77 California State W, 88-77 Glenville State L, 68-73 Concord W, 108-89 Salem W, 89-79 Beckley W, 98-70 Concord L, 94-104 West Liberty L, 95-103 Beckley W, 119-80 Shepherd W, 100-83 Davis & Elkins W, 97-62 Bethany W, 97-85 WV Wesleyan L, 74-75 Salem* L,80-85 Potomac State W, 96-78 WV Tech* L, 98-114 *Tournament Games 1956-57 19-5 .792 WV Wesleyan W, 80-76 Quantico Marines L, 75-85 Davis & Elkins W, 95-64 Potomac State W, 110-62 Wash & Jefferson L, 103-105 A-B L, 74-78 Glenville State W, 85-77 California W, 89-63 Bethany W, 73-65 A-B W, 78-75

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Fighting Falcons 1964-65 32-4 .888 WV Wesleyan W, 121-65 Glenville State W, 82-72 WV Wesleyan W, 70-69 West Liberty W, 83-71 Beckley W, 135-75 Salem W, 103-78 California State W, 127-82 Concord W, 88-71 Waynesburg W, 116-62 Salem W, 105-58 Glenville State W, 90-78 Shepherd W, 80-77 Salem W, 93-81 California State W, 93-73 Davis & Elkins W, 112-65 Wheeling W, 135-87 WV Wesleyan L, 75-79 Davis & Elkins W, 107-91 A-B W, 105-61 Glenville State W, 105-82 Wheeling L, 69-78 West Liberty W, 99-80 Shepherd W, 118-92 A-B W, 102-92 Beckley W, 110-66 Beckley W, 98-76 Bluefield W, 92-73 Concord W, 82-78 WV Tech W, 79-69 WV Tech W, 83-81 WV Tech W, 97-81 Upper Iowa* W, 94-90 Alliance W, 83-69 St. Benedicts W, 103-87 Central State* L, 75-91 Ouachita* L, 71-78 *NAIA National Tournament Games

Beckley W, 85-83 Davis & Elkins W, 80-79 Potomac State W, 95-77 Salem W, 81-75 California State W, 103-77 Concord W, 82-67 West Liberty L, 85-100 Beckley W, 105-99 Concord W, 87-64 West Liberty L, 82-89 Salem W, 93-80 Glenville State W, 80-75 Bethany W, 65-62 WV Wesleyan* L, 95-96 *Tournament Game

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1957-58 20-8 .714 WV Wesleyan L, 76-85 Shepherd W, 88-67 Bethany W, 95-68 Wash. & Jefferson W, 68-64 West Liberty L, 77-89 St. Michaels L, 57-89 Hardwick W, 85-72 West Chester L, 65-77 WV Wesleyan W, 68-83 Salem W, 94-68 A-B L, 73-78 Potomac State W, 100-70 Shepherd W, 112-76 West Liberty W, 81-62 Davis & Elkins W, 87-82 A-B W, 81-68 Concord W, 93-84 Beckley W, 103-96 Concord W, 101-91 Davis & Elkins W, 67-63 Bethany W, 79-63 Beckley W, 101-77 Salem W, 83-67 Glenville State W, 95-84 Glenville State* W, 98-76 A-B* W, 92-72 Morris Harvey* L, 73-90 WV Wesleyan* L, 84-102 *Tournament Games 1958-59 15-12 .556 WV Wesleyan L, 82-96 Glenville State L, 66-76 Shepherd W, 81-78 WV State W, 75-74 Glenville State W, 88-77 West Liberty L, 72-77 Beckley W, 80-60 Davis & Elkins W, 73-70 California State W, 72-69 Salem W, 93-74 Potomac State W, 83-74 WV Wesleyan L, 68-81 Wash. & Jefferson W, 73-59 Concord W, 84-69 A-B L, 63-70 Davis & Elkins L, 85-89 Shepherd W, 73-69 Glenville State W, 74-59

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1964-65 - The 1964-65 team posted a 32-4 record and won the WVIAC Tournament, defeating W.Va. Tech. The Falcons advanced to the NAIA National Tournament, losing in the semi-finals to Central State.

West Liberty L, 72-74 Beckley L, 63-76 California State W, 67-65 Potomac State W, 80-51 WV Wesleyan L, 71-86 Concord L, 63-82 A-B L, 73-88 Salem W, 97-80 Davis & Elkins* L, 69-82 *Tournament Game 1959-60 11-14 .440 Concord W, 84-80 Davis & Elkins L, 75-76 Glenville State L, 66-76 Potomac State W, 74-62 West Liberty L, 70-90 A-B W, 66-65 Davis & Elkins L, 76-86 Frostburg State L, 76-77 California State W, 88-81 Glenville State W, 74-67 Shepherd W, 78-71 WV Wesleyan L, 71-84 Davis & Elkins L, 104-116 Beckley L, 71-85 Concord W, 83-71 WV Wesleyan L, 89-96 Salem L, 84-89 Potomac State L, 63-79 Shepherd W,78-64 West Liberty L, 66-88 Beckley L, 86-93 Concord W, 74-72 Salem W, 77-60 Wash & Jefferson W, 62-48

A-B* L, 87-100 *Tournament Game 1960-61 13-10 .565 Glenville State l, 74-80 A-B W, 108-89 Potomac State W, 85-56 West Liberty W, 77-65 Glenville State L, 76-80 WV Wesleyan L, 79-81 Davis & Elkins W, 95-75 A-B L, 92-111 A-B L, 58-75 Salem W, 76-74 Glenville State L, 76-97 Davis & Elkins L, 79-82 Potomac State W, 92-89 Shepherd W, 86-75 Salem L, 84-85 Wheeling W, 83-70 California State W, 95-79 West Liberty L, 60-83 Shepherd W, 92-73 WV Wesleyan W, 74-60 Beckley W, 98-70 Concord L, 67-75 Wheeling W, 79-64 1961-62 13-8 .619 Glenville State W, 103-91 WV Wesleyan L, 83-100 California State L, 73-78 A-B W, 92-80 Davis & Elkins W, 90-87 Salem L, 64-86

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A-B W, 84-80 California State W, 80-72 West Liberty W, 63-61 Davis & Elkins L, 96-106 Salem W, 78-71 Potomac State W, 73-71 Shepherd W, 87-83 Glenville State L, 70-110 WV State W, 89-80 West Liberty L, 73-82 Concord L, 87-90 WV Wesleyan W, 91-76 Davis & Elkins* W, 101-78 WV Tech* W, 77-76 WV State* L, 81-83 *Tournament Games 1962-63 15-7 .682 A-B W, 118-87 WV Wesleyan L, 77-86 Glenville State L, 83-81 Wheeling W, 82-74 Salem L, 89-92 Shepherd W, 76-75 Davis & Elkins W, 92-79 California State W, 89-68 WV Wesleyan L, 61-78 Davis & Elkins W, 98-79 California State W, 99-83 Beckley W, 90-71 Concord L, 82-83 Wheeling W, 74-65 West Liberty L, 77-82 WV Wesleyan L, 102-104 A-B W, 80-79 Frostburg State W, 86-71

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A-B W, 77-75 Beckley W, 90-85 Concord L, 72-73 Beckley* W, 83-80 *Tournament Game 1963-64 21-7 .750 Glenville State W, 83-68 WV Wesleyan L, 81-86 Davis & Elkins W, 89-49 West Liberty W, 86-71 WV Wesleyan W, 77-69 Western Carolina L, 63-73 Campbell, NC L, 62-70 Cumberland L, 83-87 Salem W, 99-86 Glenville State W, 108-98 A-B W, 101-70 Beckley W, 98-74 Concord L, 71-80 Davis & Elkins W, 113-67 Salem W, 70-69 Glenville State W, 82-75 WV Wesleyan W, 101-87 Wheeling W, 85-68 A-B W, 80-53 California State W, 94-76 Beckley W, 51-40 Wheeling W, 86-69 West Liberty L, 72-82 Shepherd W, 99-81 Davis & Elkins* W, 76-54 Wheeling* W, 72-70 Morris Harvey* L, 67-69 WV Tech* W, 65-63 *Tournament Games

1965-66 23-4 .852 Salem W, 93-84 Glenville State L, 77-105 Salem W, 94-79 WV Wesleyan W, 103-101 Wheeling W, 86-81 A-B W, 89-82 Davis & Elkins W, 74-66 Glenville State W, 106-88 Morris Harvey W, 82-75 Shepherd W, 98-88 California State W, 102-75 A-B W, 120-85 West Liberty W, 54-41 Beckley W, 89-81 Concord W, 96-82 California State (Pa.) W, 71-68 Morris Harvey L, 90-97 Davis & Elkins W, 84-71 Glenville State W, 107-80 Shepherd W, 94-71 West Liberty W, 101-77 WV Wesleyan W, 73-72 Salem W, 77-74 Wheeling W, 80-78 Shepherd L, 100-104

Davis & Elkins W, 96-76 WV Wesleyan L, 86-94 1966-67 23-4 .852 Salem W, 99-95 Glenville State W, 121-103 West Liberty W, 85-66 WV Wesleyan W, 73-51 Central State OH W, 68-59 Wheeling L, 79-81 A-B W, 123-93 Morris Harvey L, 84-88 West Liberty W, 88-84 Concord W, 97-77 Wheeling W, 96-71 Salem W, 84-80 Glenville State W, 100-70 California State W, 88-69 WV State W, 71-68 Glenville State W, 82-81 A-B W, 82-72 Morris Harvey L, 79-87 Salem W, 96-89 WV Wesleyan W, 110-56 WV Tech W, 64-59 Davis & Elkins W, 101-83 Beckley W, 94-80 Davis & Elkins* W, 80-63 WV Tech* W, 64-59 WV State* W, 74-72 Morris Harvey* L, 84-98 *Tournament Games 1967-68 Conference Champs 25-6 .806 Salem W, 94-93 Glenville State W, 75-73 WV Wesleyan W, 98-68 Salem W, 80-78 Wheeling W, 78-65 A-B W, 93-64 Glenville State W, 72-68 Davis & Elkins W, 91-67 Morris Harvey W, 98-84 West Liberty L, 61-72 Glenville State W, 79-77 A-B W, 116-91

Concord W, 103-83 West Liberty W, 100-80 WV Tech L, 45-64 Central State OH L, 50-63 WV State W, 86-77 Morris Harvey L, 70-87 Salem W, 72-68 Wheeling W, 78-58 WV Wesleyan W, 121-68 A-B* W, 90-70 Wheeling* W, 55-52 Morris Harvey* L, 65-76 Morris Harvey* W, 84-73 Morris Harvey* W, 81-69 OK Christian** W, 78-75 New Haven** W, 97-72 Dickinson State** W, 86-81 Oshkosh** W, 76-74 Central State OH**L, 48-51 *Tournament Games **NAIA National Tournament Games 1968-69 Conference Champs 26-2 .929 Glenville State W, 66-61 Salem W, 79-69 WV Wesleyan W, 92-68 Glenville State W, 93-67 Davis & Elkins W, 86-69 Concord W, 110-65 Steubenville W, 82-62 Beckley W, 91-76 Morris Harvey W, 100-99 A-B W, 106-80 West Liberty W, 97-91 WV State W, 121-89 A-B W, 80-76 Salem W, 104-64 Steubenville W, 103-65 Wheeling W, 102-59 Morris Harvey L, 78-88 Wheeling W, 77-62 Salem W, 79-72 Glenville State W, 77-59 West Liberty W, 85-75 Davis & Elkins W, 101-52 WV Wesleyan W, 97-64

1970-71 - Fairmont State went 32-3 in 1970-71 and won the WVIAC Championship. The Falcons went through the regular season undefeated going 25-0. They posted a 19-0 conference record. Their first loss of the year came in the WVIAC Tournament to West Liberty, 61-58. They advanced to the semi-finals of the NAIA National Tournament losing to Eastern Michigan, 89-78.

West Liberty* W, 67-60 A-B* W, 104-80 WV State* W, 77-72 Indiana Central** W, 93-75 Washburn, KS** L, 72-74 *Tournament Games **NAIA National Tournament Games 1969-70 25-4 .862 Glenville State W, 69-53 WV Wesleyan L, 78-83 WV Wesleyan W, 88-78 Wheeling W, 96-75 Glenville State L, 60-61 Davis & Elkins W, 106-62 Morris Harvey W, 89-85 Steubenville W, 80-63 Glenville State W, 70-63 WV State W, 99-73 West Liberty W, 82-71 Point Park W, 108-64 A-B W, 80-74 West Liberty W, 86-79 Point Park W, 84-76 Salem W, 85-61 WV State W, 114-71

1967-68 - The 1967-68 team went 25-6 overall and won the WVIAC Championship, posting a conference record of 15-3. They advanced to the NAIA National Tournament and advanced to the finals of the national tournament before losing to Central State, 51-48.

Wheeling W, 80-53 Morris Harvey L, 85-86 A-B W, 91-71 Davis & Elkins W, 100-66 Concord W, 71-62 Steubenville W, 58-54 Salem W, 61-57 WV Wesleyan W, 71-69 Davis & Elkins* W, 103-77 WV Wesleyan* W, 89-71 Glenville State* L, 56-69 Bluefield* W, 95-75 *Tournament Games 1970-71 Conference Champs 32-3 .914 WV Wesleyan W, 97-63 Glenville State W, 62-54 WV Wesleyan W, 80-64 Steubenville W, 102-86 Wheeling W, 91-73 Glenville State W, 75-54 Davis & Elkins W, 104-77 Steubenville W, 90-72 Point Park W, 104-78 Morris Harvey W, 74-66 West Liberty W, 91-77 Concord W, 86-65 A-B W, 106-51 Salem W, 106-69 West Liberty W, 76-64 Salem W, 110-58 WV State W, 98-85 WV Wesleyan W, 107-71 Point Park W, 88-61 Wheeling W, 107-67 Morris Harvey W, 83-74 Glenville State W, 82-65 Davis & Elkins W, 103-74 A-B W, 92-67 WV State W, 87-82 Beckley* W, 86-56 West Liberty* L, 58-61 Bluefield* W, 88-80 West Liberty* W, 101-69 West Liberty* W, 71-57 Texas Southern** W, 78-77

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Midwestern** L, 80-85 *Tournament Games **NAIA National Tournament Games

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1974-75 - The 1974-75 team won the WVIAC Championship and recorded a 31-6 overall record. They had a conference mark of 17-2. The Falcons defeated Shepherd, 69-65, to win the WVIAC Tournament title and advanced to the NAIA National Tournament. Fairmont was beaten in the quarter-finals by Midwestern, 85-80.

Great Falls, MT** W, 83-80 NC A&T** W, 78-74 Eastern Michigan** L78-89 Elizabeth City** L, 87-88 *Tournament Games **NAIA National Tournament Games 1971-72 Conference Champs 24-6 .800 WV Wesleyan W, 89-59 Point Park (OT) L, 69-70 Wheeling W, 93-73 Concord W, 70-56 Davis & Elkins W, 90-73 Steubenville OH W, 81-67 Morris Harvey W, 97-82 Kentucky State W, 81-79 Salem W, 106-75 Steubenville OH W, 70-69 West Liberty W, 68-66 Glenville State W, 60-54 WV State W, 74-69 Glenville State L, 64-77 A-B W, 98-70 WV Wesleyan W, 53-50 Point Park PA W, 86-59 Morris Harvey L, 67-75 Wheeling W, 46-44 Davis & Elkins W, 82-73 A-B W, 113-81 West Liberty W, 79-58 Salem W, 85-58 WV State W, 106-82 WV State* W, 84-68 Glenville State* L, 61-62 West Liberty* W, 87-72 Glenville State** W, 72-61

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Glenville State** L, 50-60 Glenville State** L, 61-71 *WVIAC Tournament **District 28 Playoff 1972-73 Conference Champs 23-5 .821 Shepherd W, 96-74 WV Wesleyan W, 94-79 Glenville State W, 64-56 Wheeling W, 77-55 Waterloo W, 110-49 Morris Harvey W, 78-76 Davis & Elkins W, 74-63 West Liberty W, 82-51 WV Tech W, 105-75 Beckley W, 69-54 Salem W, 101-81 WV State L, 54-63 Glenville State W, 55-49 A-B W, 78-56 WV Wesleyan W, 89-50 Salem L, 61-64 Morris Harvey W, 55-50 Wheeling W, 83-65 Bluefield State L, 80-85 A-B W, 103-63 Point Park W, 60-50 West Liberty W, 98-61 Point Park L,, 63-64 WV State W, 64-62 WV Tech* W, 75-46 Glenville State* W, 65-58 Bluefield* W, 86-67 MI Southern** L, 63-70 *Tournament Games **NAIA National Tournament Games

1973-74 Conference Champs 28-3 .903 Shepherd W, 85-60 WV Wesleyan W, 113-73 Glenville State W, 88-63 Steubenville W, 44-41 A-B W, 99-67 Davis & Elkins W, 105-53 Point Park W, 81-71 Kentucky State W, 83-74 Morris Harvey W, 103-69 Central State W, 77-66 Glenville State W, 73-53 West Liberty W, 85-49 A-B W, 95-73 WV State W, 108-79 Wheeling W, 103-72 Salem W, 125-78 WV Wesleyan W, 67-58 WV Tech W, 88-67 Concord W, 81-66 West Liberty W, 90-49 Morris Harvey W, 72-64 Salem L, 66-71 Wheeling W, 123-74 Bluefield State L, 74-85 WV State W, 96-79 Central State W, 103-67 Davis & Elkins* W, 96-60 Glenville State* W, 72-63 Shepherd* W, 80-59 Cameron State** W, 92-88 St. Mary’s** L, 55-71 *Tournament Games **NAIA National Tournament Games

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1974-75 Conference Champs 31-6 .838 WV Wesleyan W, 91-68 Shepherd W, 100-97 Hanover W, 93-75 WV Wesleyan W, 64-57 Bluefield State W, 101-70 Mercyhurst L, 57-61 Point Park W, 88-81 Davis & Elkins W, 81-78 Steubenville W, 101-86 Hanover W, 85-67 Morris Harvey W, 99-72 A-B W, 91-75 WV Wesleyan W, 94-78 West Liberty W, 99-67 Glenville State W, 74-62 Shepherd W, 96-77 Wheeling W, 87-76 WV State W, 91-75 Glenville State W, 71-61 Salem W, 104-81 Central State W, 113-91 Beckley L, 55-61 WV State L, 77-91 West Liberty W, 86-66 Westminster W, 106-61 Kentucky State L, 84-93 Morris Harvey W, 91-89 Salem W, 98-88 Central State L, 55-64 A-B W, 78-66 Mercyhurst W, 65-64 Concord* W, 91-72 Beckley* W, 88-54 Shepherd* W, 69-65 Kearney State** W, 94-86 Winona State** W, 102-84

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WV Wesleyan** W, 93-83 Emporia KA*** L, 71-76 *Tournament (WVIAC) **District 28 Play-off ***NAIA Tournament

1975-76 Conference Champs 28-1 .966 Frostburg State W, 105-77 Point Park W, 98-65 WV Wesleyan W, 113-81 Point Park W, 83-81 West Liberty W, 109-65 Morris Harvey W, 90-76 Glenville State W, 78-65 WV Tech W, 96-70 West Liberty W, 99-75 Concord W, 73-71 WV Wesleyan W, 72-61 Davis & Elkins W, 102-72 WV State W, 86-74 Glenville State W, 99-82 A-B W, 85-62 Salem W, 93-88 Shepherd W, 93-86 Wheeling W, 70-65 Bluefield State W, 96-84 A-B W, 121-89 Morris Harvey W, 93-69 Salem W, 99-90 WV State W, 96-77 Westminster W, 58-40 Salem* W, 86-76 Bluefield State* W, 84-73 Shepherd* W, 104-84 Howard Payne** W, 58-52 Texas Southern** L, 75-82 *Tournament Games **NAIA National Tournament Games

1977-78 Conference Champs 27-6 .818 Coastal Carolina W, 82-69 Bluefield State W, 79-57 West Liberty W, 94-82 Wheeling W, 76-64 WV Wesleyan L, 73-88 Glenville State W, 77-64 Heidelberg OH W, 76-73 Point Park W, 82-79 Morris Harvey W, 58-56 A-B W, 104-87 Wheeling W, 80-57 Shepherd W, 78-77 WV Tech W, 63-61 Davis & Elkins W, 97-65 Salem W, 82-71 Glenville State W, 72-57 A-B W, 93-71 Bluefield W, 54-45 Concord W, 89-64 WV Wesleyan W, 63-53 Morris Harvey W, 78-71 Shepherd L, 62-63 Davis & Elkins W, 71-55 WV State W, 72-61 Salem W, 79-69 WV State L, 87-94 WV State* W, 71-65 Wheeling* L, 60-69 Morris Harvey* W, 82-66 WV Wesleyan** W, 73-47 WV Wesleyan** L, 82-92 WV Wesleyan** W, 72-68 Westmont CA*** L, 55-65 *Tournament (WVIAC) **District 28 Play-off ***NAIA Tournament

1976-77 Conference Champs 21-5 .807 Hillsdale W, 111-63 High Point W, 95-85 West Liberty W, 87-62 WV Wesleyan W, 83-77 Shepherd W, 63-56 Glenville State W, 90-68 Delaware State W, 94-57 Point Park L, 69-77 Davis & Elkins W, 91-60 Morris Harvey W, 79-65 A-B W, 125-91 Davis & Elkins W, 80-63 Beckley W, 77-57 Wheeling W, 76-57 WV State W, 74-50 Salem W, 112-64 Shepherd L, 58-60 Morris Harvey W, 56-54 Salem W, 93-54 Bluefield State W, 72-64 WV Tech* W, 56-48 WV Wesleyan* L, 66-67 Glenville State* L, 81-82 WV Wesleyan** W, 92-70

1978-79 20-8 .714 Edinboro State W, 107-81 Coppin State W, 77-72 A-B W, 117-88 WV Wesleyan L, 68-81 Glenville State W, 76-52 Wheeling W, 80-62 Concord W, 64-61 Dowling W, 76-60 Point Park W, 76-70 Morris Harvey W, 47-43 WV Tech W, 70-66 Salem W, 72-48 WV State W, 94-68 Wheeling L, 69-71 A-B L, 81-91 Davis & Elkins W, 78-63 Shepherd W, 74-61 Glenville State W, 78-59 West Liberty L, 46-60 WV Wesleyan L, 62-73

Morris Harvey L, 61-67 Bluefield State W, 84-67 Shepherd W, 87-81 WV State W, 71-64 Salem W, 79-62 Point Park L, 49-50 Davis & Elkins* W, 83-64 Concord* L, 57-70 *Tournament Games 1979-80 Conference Champs 26-5 .838 Mars Hill W, 94-52 Point Park W, 94-75 WV Wesleyan L, 60-64 Wheeling L, 62-64 West Liberty W, 99-71 Glenville State W, 76-49 WV State W, 91-77 Bowie State W, 101-70 Steubenville W, 92-59 Keene State W, 93-59 U. of Charleston W, 57-48 A-B W, 92-71 WV Tech L, 52-73 Shepherd W, 85-70 Concord W, 74-69 Glenville State W, 55-44 Salem W, 65-57 Davis & Elkins L, 54-57 Wheeling W, 79-60 Bluefield State W, 87-81 A-B W, 97-96 U. of Charleston W, 66-59 Coppin State W, 98-47 WV Wesleyan W, 64-56 Salem W, 75-64 Shepherd W, 80-68 WV State W, 103-64 Davis & Elkins* W, 84-69 Wheeling* W, 71-64 WV State* W, 65-49 LeMoyne-Owen** L, 82-84 *Tournament (WVIAC) **NAIA Tournament 1980-81 26-5 (.838) COPPIN STATE L, 66-68 PENN STATE-BEHREND W, 84-67 WHEELING JESUIT W, 83-47 at West Liberty W, 83-72 PIKESVILLE (KY) W, 75-55 WV STATE W, 92-62 POINT PARK L, 67-68 WALSH (OH) W, 72-40 OTTERBEIN (OH) W, 72-65 WV WESLYEAN W, 52-49 at Glenville State W, 61-51 at A-B W, 94-84 WV TECH W, 47-38 SHEPHERD W, 73-54 at Concord W, 71-60 SALEM INT’L W, 74-69 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 84-61 COPPIN STATE (MD) L, 37-44

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BLUEFIELD STATE W, 81-69 at WV State W, 65-46 CHARLESTON L, 76-90 at WV Wesleyan W, 59-42 GLENVILLE STATE W, 65-57 at Salem Int’l W, 67-65 at Shepherd W, 87-70 A-B W, 91-82 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 27-23 WVIAC Tournament vs. WV Wesleyan W, 54-52 vs. Glenville State W, 54-48 vs. Charleston W, 70-66 NAIA Tournament vs. Briar Cliff IA L, 67-76 1981-82 17-11 (.607) SHIPPENSBURG (PA) W, 41-40 EDINBORO (PA) W, 90-59 WV TECH L, 66-71 at Charleston L, 61-71 WEST LIBERTY W, 81-62 POINT PARK W, 67-65 at A-B W, 90-88 GLENVILLE STATE W, 70-58 CONCORD W, 43-41 at Davis & Elkins L, 50-64 at WV Wesleyan W, 68-61 NY STATE U W, 95-54 A-B W, 87-68 SALEM INT’L W, 64-62 (ot) WHEELING JESUIT W, 90-55 at WV Tech L, 76-93 at Bluefield State L, 87-94 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 46-34 WV STATE L, 72-79 U.of D.C. W, 73-71 at Charleston W, 51-47 at WV State W, 67-53 at Glenville State L, 65-72 at Salem Int’l L, 47-63 SHEPHERD L, 71-73 WV WESLEYAN W, 60-59 at U. of D.C. L, 75-101 WVIAC Tournament vs. WV State L, 61-65 1982-83 14-14 (.500) OHIO DOMINICAN W, 88-52 WILMINGTON W, 83-55 CALIFORNIA (PA) W, 65-63 WV WESLEYAN W, 77-71 at West Liberty L, 55-68 at WV State L, 80-91 RIO GRANDE L, 68-71 at Penn State-Behrend W, 81-69 GLENVILLE STATE W, 74-58 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 61-49 A-B W, 86-74 at WV Wesleyan L, 69-75 DAEMAN W, 101-49 at Salem Int’l L, 76-81 WV TECH L, 87-104 BLUEFIELD STATE L, 81-90 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 70-54 at A-B L, 100-107 (ot)

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at Charleston L, 73-79 at Concord L, 70-88 WV STATE W, 60-55 SALEM INT’L L, 74-79 (ot) at Shepherd L, 82-85 at Glenville State L, 56-69 POINT PARK W, 73-71 (ot) CHARLESTON W, 73-64 WHEELING JESUIT W, 80-67 WVIAC Tournament vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 49-66 1983-84 17-16 (.515) OHIO DOMINCAN W, 78-37 HEIDELBERG L, 70-87 at Rio Grande L, 65-87 WEST LIBERTY W, 50-45 WV STATE W, 92-61 PENN ST BEHREND W, 98-56 WALSH L, 72-73 CHARLESTON L, 68-72 CONCORD W, 91-83 at Bluefield State W, 77-75 WHEELING JESUIT W, 77-66 SALEM INT’L L, 72-75 at A-B L, 70-79 GLENVILLE STATE L, 68-70 at WV Wesleyan L, 67-69 (ot) at Davis & Elkins W, 75-53 at Charleston L, 68-71 A-B W, 86-81 POINT PARK W, 83-60 at WV State L, 88-103 at Salem Int’l W, 65-64 at WV Tech L, 69-76 WV WESLEYAN L, 65-77 at Glenville State L, 69-71 at Shepherd L, 85-97 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 60-58 (ot) CALIFORNIA STATE W, 77-75 (ot)

WVIAC Tournament vs. Concord W, 82-80 vs. Shepherd W, 96-73 vs. West Liberty W, 73-70 vs. WV Tech W, 63-57 District 28-Playoff vs. WV Wesleyan L, 57-65 vs. WV Wesleyan L, 76-95 1984-85 22-9 (.709) at Southern Miss. W, 69-62 at Tulane L, 63-72 at WV State L, 85-88 at Davis & Elkins W, 69-68 at West Liberty L, 59-69 CALIFORNIA (PA) W, 82-60 at Point Park W, 71-65 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 69-64 at Charleston L, 70-76 GENEVA (PA) W, 95-84 at Walsh (O.) L, 71-76 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 91-78 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 75-66 (ot) SHEPHERD W, 54-48 at Salem Int’l W, 78-70 A-B W, 80-58

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at Glenville State L, 67-74 WV WESLEYAN L, 58-70 CHARLESTON W, 94-83 (ot) at A-B W, 95-70 at Concord W, 106-81 WV STATE W, 100-91 SALEM INT’L W, 101-86 WV TECH W, 78-62 at WV Wesleyan L, 66-74 GLENVILLE STATE W, 86-62 WHEELING JESUIT W, 47-45 WVIAC Tournament vs. Davis & Elkins W, 72-64 vs. West Liberty W, 56-54 vs. Charleston W, 88-86 vs. WV Wesleyan L, 66-72 1985-86 13-15 (.464) at St. Bonaventure L, 70-107 WAYNESBURG L, 79-80 POINT PARK L, 57-59 at California Univ. W, 104-91 at A-B W, 86-82 PIKEVILLE W, 93-75 CALIFORNIA UNIV. W, 97-77 at Pikeville L, 87-89 SALEM INT’L W, 90-59 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 97-81 A-B W, 100-67 at WV Wesleyan W, 92-90 SHEPHERD W, 82-68 at Davis & Elkins W, 118-102 at West Liberty W, 110-76 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 54-65 GLENVILLE STATE L, 61-64 (ot) WV TECH L, 59-76 at Waynesburg L, 70-82 at Salem Int’l L, 80-93 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 80-67 CONCORD W, 64-62 at Glenville State L, 70-76 WV WESLEYAN L, 82-84 WHEELING JESUIT L, 72-73 (ot) at WV State L, 99-106 at Charleston L, 72-88 WVIAC Tournament vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 60-67 1986-87 15-13 (.535) WILMINGTON W, 90-68 LaROCHE W, 92-66 at Waynesburg L, 68-116 at Point Park L, 60-64 A-B L, 83-91 PITT-BRADFORD W, 77-73 POINT PARK W, 92-76 DYKE W, 82-78 at Salem Int’l W, 85-77 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 82-73 at A-B L, 89-92 WV WESLEYAN L, 112-122 (ot) at Shepherd L, 92-96 at Davis & Elkins W, 92-82 WEST LIBERTY W, 93-78 WHEELING JESUIT W, 97-2 at Glenville State W, 73-71

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Fighting Falcons at WV Tech L, 70-103 WAYNESBURG W, 96-94 SALEM INT’L W, 78-69 at Bluefield State L, 79-89 at Concord W, 98-97 (2ot) GLENVILLE STATE W, 67-62 at WV Wesleyan L, 51-81 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 70-71 WV STATE L, 94-105 CHARLESTON W, 85-81 WVIAC Tournament vs. Shepherd L, 71-79

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1987-88 20-9 (.689) CINCINNATI BIBLE W, 92-43 at Indiana U of PA W, 78-74 DYKE W, 98-82 at Edinboro W, 98-89 WEST LIBERTY W, 70-69 at A-B W, 104-99 TIFFIN W, 90-71 EDINBORO W, 91-80 GENEVA W, 69-61 at Central St. U. L, 72-82 SALEM INT’L W, 89-72 at Davis & Elkins W, 92-61 A-B W, 88-80 SHEPHERD L, 83-93 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 84-73 at West Liberty W, 78-65 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 67-72 GLENVILLE STATE W, 66-61 WV TECH L, 68-73 (ot) at WV State L, 84-93 at Salem Int’l L, 72-74 BLUEFIELD STATE L, 74-81 CONCORD W, 84-73 POINT PARK W, 96-78 at Glenville State W, 81-70 (ot) at Wheeling Jesuit W, 79-77 at Charleston L, 82-83 WVIAC Tournament SALEM W, 84-73 vs. Shepherd L, 85-90 1988-89 13-15 (.464) YORK UNIV. W, 84-66 CINCINNATI BIBLE W, 73-44 OHIO-BELMONT W, 86-66 INDIANA UNIV. W, 64-58 West Liberty L, 81-115 A-B W, 83-82 (ot) CENTRAL STATE U. W, 73-70 DYKE W, 110-81 BLUEFIELD STATE L, 71-79 PITT-BRADFORD W, 79-75 at Point Park W, 69-66 (ot) at Salem Int’l L, 64-77 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 108-71 at A-B L, 96-103 at Shepherd W, 85-71 at Davis & Elkins L, 57-74 WEST LIBERTY L, 77-78 WHEELING JESUIT L, 78-91 at Glenville State W, 53-52 WV Tech L, 66-65 (ot)

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WV STATE L, 58-64 SALEM INT’L W, 70-69 at Bluefield State L, 78-85 at Concord L, 82-95 GLENVILLE STATE L, 79-81 (2ot) at Wheeling Jesuit L, 69-92 CHARLESTON L, 73-81 WVIAC Tournament vs. WV Tech L, 66-69 1989-90 16-13 (.552) YORK UNIVERSITY W, 92-63 at Indiana U. of PA L, 77-104 WHEELING JESUIT W, 85-84 (ot) at Edinboro L, 79-91 WEST LIBERTY W, 93-85 at A-B L, 89-95 at Westminster W, 81-76 (ot) WV WESLEYAN W, 75-74 WESTMINSTER L, 86-92 POINT PARK W, 104-91 at WV Wesleyan L, 87-90 SALEM INT’L L, 82-84 (ot) at Davis & Elkins W, 92-84 A-B W, 85-76 SHEPHERD W, 80-76 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 88-83 at West Liberty L, 76-84 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 71-82 GLENVILLE STATE W, 90-85 WV TECH L, 66-88 at WV State L, 91-92 at Salem Int’l L, 76-77 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 85-80 CONCORD W, 100-85 at Charleston W, 85-84 at Glenville State L, 52-70 SHENANDOAH W, 89-82 WVIAC Tournament vs. Bluefield State W, 84-74 vs. Concord L, 94-113 1990-91 17-12 (.586) at Transylvania L, 66-79 INDIANA U. of PA L, 97-102 (ot) at Westminster W, 73-68 EDINBORO W, 94-78 A-B L, 105-109 WESTMINSTER L, 62-64 at WV Wesleyan L, 86-87 at West Liberty W, 92-71 TRANSYLVANIA L, 65-66 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 99-94 WV WESLEYAN L, 80-100 at Salem Int’l L, 92-103 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 88-80 at A-B L, 73-82 POINT PARK W, 100-86 at Shepherd W, 100-76 at Davis & Elkins W, 95-78 WEST LIBERTY W, 83-73 WHEELING JESUIT L, 84-87 at Glenville State W, 86-82 WV Tech W, 101-87 WV STATE W, 105-76 SALEM INT’L L, 72-80

at Bluefield State W, 105-97 at Concord W, 99-94 CHARLESTON W, 97-83 GLENVILLE STATE W, 107-95 WVIAC Tournament vs. Charleston W, 71-69 vs. Concord L, 93-95 1991-92 16-13 (.552) at Point Park W, 97-86 ST. VINCENT W, 80-70 at Indiana U of PA L,87-95 at A-B L, 94-100 (ot) at Edinboro L, 82-85 WV WESLEYAN W, 100-83 PFEIFFER W, 90-84 WV Wesleyan L, 92-95 SALEM INT’L W, 100-88 at Davis & Elkins L, 69-76 A-B W, 91-79 COLUMBIA UNION W, 108-92 SHEPHERD L, 73-82 DAVIS & ELKINS L, 85-90 at West Liberty L, 65-76 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 78-88 GLENVILLE W, 106-102 (2ot) WV TECH L, 67-78 at WV State W, 106-78 at Salem Int���l W, 93-77 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 99-97 (ot) CONCORD L, 89-91 at Charleston W, 74-72 at Glenville State W, 65-52 at Malone L, 94-68 WHEELING JESUIT W, 88-78 WEST LIBERTY W, 87-77 WVIAC Tournament vs. Salem Int’l W, 84-80 vs. Shepherd L, 71-72 1992-93 5-21 (.192) vs. Indiana L, 81-95 at Salem Int’l W, 84-81 at St. Vincent L, 60-85 at A-B L, 72-79 WV Wesleyan L, 70-75 MALONE L, 54-87 EDINBORO L, 74-91 WV WESLEYAN L, 68-73 at Concord L, 64-97 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 84-81 Gat lenville State L, 43-69 at WV State W, 66-63 at West Liberty L, 67-81 SHEPHERD L, 80-91 at Charleston L, 43-73 WHEELING JESUIT L, 79-97 at WV Tech W, 77-68 A-B W, 79-73 at Davis & Elkins L, 88-99 GLENVILLE STATE L, 77-99 at Salem Int’l L, 44-90 WEST LIBERTY L, 76-78 at Shepherd L, 62-71 CHARLESTON L, 67-70 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 75-90

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WVIAC Tournament vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 76-92 1993-94 10-18 (.357) vs. Edinboro L, 56-77 vs. Pitt-Johnstown L, 83-86 at Salem Int’l L, 59-105 at Indiana L, 68-86 A-B L, 76-102 WV WESLEYAN L, 79-84 at California U. L, 52-80 WESTMINISTER L, 51-75 CONCORD L, 90-97 at Bluefield State L, 93-98 GLENVILLE STATE W, 81-65 WV STATE W, 63-54 at West Liberty L, 78-86 at Shepherd L, 64-66 CHARLESTON W, 88-66 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 62-74 WV TECH W, 99-77 at A-B W, 66-64 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 86-69 at Glenville State L, 101-79 WV Wesleyan L, 62-67 SHEPHERD L, 74-84 at Charleston L, 67-73 WEST LIBERTY L, 68-99 WHEELING JESUIT L, 81-83 WVIAC Tournament vs. Concord W, 91-80 vs. Shepherd W, 83-80 vs. Wheeling Jesuit L, 72-80 1994-95 21-5 (.808) vs. Laroche W, 112-66 vs. Ashland W, 79-70 SALEM INT’L W, 77-73 at Pitt-Johnstown L, 81-93 A-B W, 74-70 POINT PARK W, 103-82 at Mercyhurst W, 86-74 LAKE ERIE W, 91-79 ST. VINCENT W, 65-53 GLENVILLE STATE W, 81-61 at Concord W, 84-71 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 111-74 at WV Wesleyan W, 70-60 at Charleston W, 90-84 at Shepherd W, 96-82 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 79-94 WEST LIBERTY W, 95-66 at WV Tech W, 97-84 Davis & Elkins W, 109-92 WV WESLEYAN W, 79-56 at Salem Int’l L, 84-102 SHEPHERD W, 84-72 WV STATE L, 77-88 WHEELING JESUIT W, 96-75 at West Liberty W, 83-63 WVIAC Tournament vs. Charleston L, 96-93 (ot)

U n i v e r s i t y

Fighting Falcons

1995-96 24-5 (.828) vs. Cheyney W, 91-73 vs. Wayne W, 82-65 vs. Ashland W, 74-56 POINT PARK W, 116-65 PHILADELPHIA BIBLE W, 87-50 at Salem Int’l W, 90-81 at St. Vincent W, 78-77 at A-B W, 90-82 at West Minster W, 75-64 at Glenville State L, 58-60 CONCORD W, 83-74 at Bluefield State W, 86-79 WV WESLEYAN W, 83-76 CHARLESTON W, 94-82 SHEPHERD W, 90-61 at WV State W, 82-77 WHEELING JESUIT W, 89-80 at West Liberty W, 83-77 WV TECH W, 95-71 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 109-69 at WV Wesleyan W, 81-73 at Salem Int’l W, 85-79 at Shepherd L, 71-72 WV STATE W, 90-80 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 84-75 WEST LIBERTY L, 79-89 WVIAC Tournament vs. Bluefield State L, 74-77 NCAA East Regional vs. Bluefield State W, 78-66 vs. IUP L, 83-84

WEST LIBERTY W, 79-72 at Salem Int’l L, 68-83 A-B W, 89-72 at Bluefield State W, 77-66 CHARLESTON L, 63-68 WV STATE W, 97-78 at WVU Tech L, 60-69 OHIO VALLEY L, 64-98 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 82-76 at West Liberty W, 72-68 SALEM INT’L W, 65-58 WVIAC Tournament BLUEFIELD STATE W, 91-70 vs. WV State W, 75-65 vs. Charleston L, 68-73

CONCORD W, 90-52 at Bluefield State W, 99-68 CHARLESTON L, 69-53 WV WESLEYAN W, 70-61 SHEPHERD W, 72-57 at WV State W, 68-54 WHEELING JESUIT W, 71-40 at West Liberty W, 75-67 WVU TECH W, 83-73 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 83-57 at WV Wesleyan W, 65-54 SALEM INT’L W, 69-64 at Shepherd W, 93-85 WV STATE W, 81-57 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 63-34 WEST LIBERTY W, 70-50 WVIAC Tournament vs. WV State W, 77-64 vs. Salem Int’l L, 48-65 Ncaa East Regional vs. Indiana University L, 73-79

2001-02 17-11 (.607) OHIO STATE LIMA W, 76-28 NEW HAVEN W, 69-68 at Lock Haven L, 66-71 DAEMEN W, 67-55 COLUMBIA UNION W, 74-64 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 74-59 OHIO EASTERN W, 94-64 vs. Bowie State L, 67-82 vs. Bluefield State W, 89-83 GLENVILLE STATE L, 71-73 at WV Wesleyan L, 68-84 at Shepherd L, 59-61 CONCORD W, 87-61 OHIO VALLEY W, 70-57 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 69-83 at West Liberty L, 75-80 (ot) SALEM INT’L L, 83-84 at A-B L, 89-93 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 89-69 at Charleston W, 90-87 at WV State W, 67-66 WVU TECH W, 64-58 at Ohio Valley W, 84-66 WHEELING JESUIT W, 88-71 WEST LIBERTY W, 76-74 at Salem Int’l L, 65-79 WVIAC Tournament SHEPHERD W, 78-62 vs. A-B L, 78-82

2000-01 22-10 (.687) OHIO VALLEY W, 75-53 ST. MARY’S L, 46-56 POINT PARK L, 58-66 MOUNT ALOYSIUS W, 89-72 COLUMBIA UNION W, 77-59 at Davis & Elkins W, 77-62 LIVINGSTONE L, 59-64 vs. Indiana-Fort W. W, 66-55 vs. Hillsdale W, 68-57 vs. Missouri Southern L, 57-66 vs. Kentucky State L, 81-83 vs. Goldey-Beacom W, 100-74 at Glenville State L, 52-75 WV WESLEYAN W, 86-75 SHEPHERD W, 78-50 at Concord W, 82-60 at Ohio Valley W, 82-59 WHEELING JESUIT W, 76-70

2002-03 19-9 (.679) OHIO ST. NEWARK W, 109-48 SAINT PAUL’S W, 68-60 COLUMBIA UNION W, 83-80 at Davis & Elkins W, 88-64 LOCK HAVEN W, 80-65 at Shippensburg W, 79-63 vs. California L, 55-69 vs. Ohio Valley W, 95-56 WILBERFORCE W, 80-60 at Glenville State L, 77-82 WV WESLEYAN W, 62-58 SHEPHERD W, 79-72 at Concord L, 76-80 at Ohio Valley W, 86-41 OHIO EASTERN W, 114-65 WHEELING JESUIT L, 70-79 WEST LIBERTY W, 82-72 at Salem Int’l L, 65-82

1997-98 - The 1997-98 squad was the first team in Fairmont history to advance to the NCAA II National Elite Eight Tournament. The Falcons had a 27-4 record that season. In the Elite Eight National Tournament in Louisville, Ky., Fairmont fell to St. Rose, 77-73.

1997-98 27-4 (.870) Mt. ALOYSIUS W, 90-71 ELIZABETH W, 99-78 POINT PARK W, 106-72 WILBERFORCE W, 107-91 at Salem Int’l L, 66-76 at A-B W, 97-96 at UDC W, 76-63 MIAMI-MIDDLE. W, 100-59 EAST STROUDSBURG W, 83-70 at Glenville State W, 83-73 CONCORD W, 73-56 at Bluefield State W, 96-86 WV WESLEYAN W, 87-68 CHARLESTON W, 74-68 SHEPHERD W, 66-59 at WV State W, 67-54 WHEELING JESUIT W, 87-74 at West Liberty W, 103-91 WV TECH W, 93-81 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 83-70 at WV Wesleyan W, 71-56 SALEM INT’L L, 76-80 at Shepherd W, 92-84 WV STATE W, 80-70 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 86-69 WEST LIBERTY W, 82-74 WVIAC Tournament vs. WV STATE W, 79-75 vs. Concord L, 74-75 NCAA East Regionals vs. Pitt-Johnstown W, 75-74 vs. Salem Int’l W, 79-78 NCAA Elite Eight vs. St. Rose L, 73-77

1996-97 vs. Virginia Union L, 54-60 vs. South Dakota L, 72-87 SHIPPENSBURG L, 66-71 LOCK HAVEN W, 80-74 POINT PARK L, 79-81 WILBERFORCE W, 95-75 BETHANY W, 83-74 A-B L, 74-75 BETHANY W, 83-74 EAST STROUDSBURG W, 91-81 UDC W, 67-63 GLENVILLE STATE W, 65-48 at Concord L, 83-85 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 95-83 at WV Wesleyan W, 67-56 at Charleston W, 78-73 at Shepherd W, 67-61 WV STATE W, 82-73 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 85-71 WEST LIBERTY W, 66-64 at WV Tech W, 92-83 at Davis & Elkins W, 76-67 WV WESLEYAN W, 96-58 at Salem Int’l L, 64-85 SHEPHERD L, 68-72 at WV State L, 60-62 WHEELING JESUIT W, 68-65 at West Liberty L, 77-83 WVIAC Tournament vs. WV Wesleyan W, 92-77 vs. Concord L, 71-80

1998-99 25-5 (.833) HILLSDALE W, 79-63 LOCK HAVEN W, 87-55 POINT PARK W, 87-71

MOUNT ALOYSIUS W, 64-43 SALEM INT’L L, 62-70 A-B W, 86-63 UDC W, 97-70 WEST CHESTER L, 66-69 MANDSFIELD L, 77-78 GLENVILLE STATE W, 76-63 at Concord W, 72-68 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 109-69 at WV Wesleyan W, 75-52 at Charleston W, 93-88 at Shepherd W, 77-68 WV STATE W, 86-54 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 81-73 WEST LIBERTY W, 71-67 WVU Tech W, 69-56 at Davis & Elkins W, 96-64 WV WESLEYAN W, 80-50 at Salem Int’l W, 51-48 SHEPHERD W, 97-72 at WV State W, 81-65 WHEELING JESUIT W, 93-58 at West Liberty W, 95-80 WVIAC Tournament vs. WV Wesleyan W, 76-67 vs. Charleston L, 79-84 (ot) NCAA East Regionals vs. Queens W, 61-54 vs. Salem Int’t L, 69-73 1999-00 25-4 (.862) vs. Ohio State-Lima W, 124-71 OHIO VALLEY W, 103-70 POINT PARK W, 90-55 at Salem Int’l L, 75-81 at A-B W, 65-60 DAEMAN W, 68-64 at Columbia Union W, 67-66 MOUNT OLIVE W, 75-69 KENTUCKY STATE W, 92-79 at Glenville State W, 85-66

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A-B L, 64-81 at Bluefield State W, 91-65 CHARLESTON L, 74-83 WV STATE W, 81-66 at WVU Tech W, 86-85 OHIO VALLEY W, 85-63 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 74-88 at West Liberty W, 82-68 SALEM INT’L W, 75-66 WVIAC Tournament WVU TECH L, 60-75 2003-04 18-10 (.643) OHIO ZANESVILLE W, 120-61 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 75-65 OHIO EASTERN W, 103-73 COLUMBIA UNION W, 103-55 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 72-58 SHIPPENSBURG W, 82-72 vs. West Chester W, 64-56 vs. Ohio Valley W, 66-63 at Lock Haven L, 54-59 GLENVILLE STATE L, 62-76 at WV Wesleyan W, 64-62 at Shepherd L, 61-73 CONCORD W, 90-81 OHIO VALLEY W, 77-57 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 95-91 at West Liberty W, 78-64 SALEM INT’L L, 64-66 at A-B L, 44-71 BLUEFIELD W, 115-85 at Charleston W, 80-66 WV State L, 83-86 WV STATE W, 81-66 WVU TECH L, 77-78 at Ohio Valley W, 76-63 WHEELING JESUIT L, 80-86 WEST LIBERTY W, 103-83 at Salem Int’l L,69-74 WVIAC Tournament at WVU Tech W, 91-76 vs. WV State L, 78-95 2004-05 15-14 (.517) OHIO-NEWARK W, 96-62 NEWPORT L, 68-78 Davis & Elkins W, 84-75 COLUMBIA UNION W, 77-57 vs. Slippery Rock W, 77-68 vs. Seton Hill W, 85-74 HIRAM W, 78-72 LOCK HAVEN W, 58-42 at Glenville State L, 81-85 WV WESLEYAN L, 62-78 at Ohio Eastern W, 112-54 SHEPHERD W, 70-61 at Concord L, 78-81 at Ohio Valley L, 73-82 vs. Florida Gulf Coast L, 75-103 WHEELING JESUIT L, 68-77 WEST LIBERY L, 86-87 at Salem Int’l L, 49-67 A-B L, 74-92 at Bluefield State L, 73-84 CHARLESTON L, 81-90

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Fighting Falcons WV STATE W, 94-86 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 78-75 at West Liberty L, 81-88 SALEM INT’L W, 74-66 WVIAC Tournament at Concord W, 77-66 vs. A-B L, 59-78

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2005-06 13-15 (.464) OHIO NEWARK W, 90-49 WV WESLEYAN W, 83-60 PITT-GREENSBURG W, 98-85 DAVIS & ELKINS W, 69-42 COLUMBIA UNION W, 96-58 OHIO-EASTERN W, 104-64 vs. California L, 70-79 vs. Belmont Abbey W, 78-71 at Lock Haven L, 75-78 PENN ST. McKEESPORT W, 67-50 GLENVILLE STATE L, 61-64 at WV Wesleyan W, 71-40 at Shepherd L, 71-75 CONCORD W, 72-71 OHIO VALLEY W, 75-60 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 56-68 at West Liberty L, 94-103 SALEM INT’L L, 56-80 at A-B L, 57-92 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 85-54 at Charleston L, 76-81 WV State L, 72-89 WVU TECH W, 92-70 at Ohio Valley L, 58-61 WHEELING JESUIT L, 67-70 WEST LIBERTY L, 74-93 at Salem Int’l L, 50-72 WVIAC Tournament vs. West Liberty L, 81-100 2006-07 15-13 (.536) OHIO ST. NEWARK W, 92-44 WV WESLEYAN W, 81-64 at Central State L, 85-94 at Davis & Elkins L, 70-78 COLUMBIA UNION W, 93-64 OHIO-EASTERN W, 107-65 CENTRAL STATE W, 71-66 vs. Elizabeth City State L, 87-89 vs. Pfeiffer W, 104-94 LOCK HAVEN^^ W, Forfeit WV STATE W, 73-70 at Wheeling Jesuit L, 68-95 Concord L, 69-87 SALEM INT’L L, 66-68 SHEPHERD L, 58-66 GLENVILLE STATE W, 86-49 at Bluefield State W, 78-67 at West Liberty L, 73-91 OHIO VALLEY L, 83-89 at Salem Int’l L, 91-101 WHEELING JESUIT W, 81-76 at Shepherd W, 83-79 WV WESLEYAN W, 77-64 at Ohio Valley W, 84-63 CHARLESTON W, 68-60 at A-B L, 73-80

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WEST LIBERTY L, 102-118 WVIAC Tournament CHARLESTON L, 62-70 2007-08 19-14 (.576) OHIO ST. NEWARK W, 115-56 WV WESLEYAN W, 83-63 OHIO-EASTERN W, 90-50 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 74-66 vs. Southern Virginia W, 93-83 vs. WVU-Tech W, 87-75 WEST LIBERTY L, 82-86 CLARION L, 77-84 PENN-St GREATER ALLEGHENY W, 81-23

PITT-JOHNSTOWN L, 72-83 A-B L, 56-84 at Salem Int’l W, 84-66 WHEELING JESUIT W, 71-48 at Concord W, 82-67 CHARLESTON W, 65-63 WV STATE L, 82-92 (ot) SHEPHERD W, 72-63 at Glenville State L, 69-79 at WV Wesleyan W, 91-74 DAVIS & ELKINS L, 71-77 at Seton Hill W, 76-73 at Bluefield State L, 78-79 OHIO VALLEY W, 78-60 at West Liberty W, 88-79 at Pitt-Johnstown L, 63-80 at Shepherd W, 74-71 SALEM INT’L W, 98-61 WVIAC Tournament WHEELING JESUIT W, 83-81 (ot) vs. WV State L, 90-97 (2ot)

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vs. West Liberty L, 93-96 2009-10 23-7 (.767) MARYLAND BIBLE W, 92-65 URBANA W, 74-60 SALEM INT’L W, 82-44 OHIO VALLEY W, 69-53 WEST LIBERTY L, 100-103 at Concord W, 83-69

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PENN ST-GREATER ALLEGHENY W, 89-47

POINT PARK W, 94-73 OHIO EASTERN W, 103-84 at Bluefield State W, 103-54 GLENVILLE STATE W, 93-70 at WV Wesleyan W, 90-59 at Seton Hill W, 93-90 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 93-78 DAVIS & ELKINS L, 68-71 PITT-JOHNSTOWN W, 90-85 at Shepherd L, 76-90 WV STATE W, 100-85 at A-B W, 86-83 at Ohio Valley W, 64-60 at Salem Int’l W, 105-57 WHEELING JESUIT W, 76-68 at West Liberty W, 78-62 SHEPHERD W, 77-73 at Pitt-Johnstown L, 75-78 CHARLESTON W, 86-71 SETON HILL L, 66-72 WVIAC Tournament CONCORD W, 93-68 vs. Charleston L, 90-101 NCAA Tournament at Indiana (Pa.) L, 67-71

2008-09 20-9 (.690) OHIO ST. NEWARK W, 102-64 WV WESLEYAN W, 94-70 WHEELING JESUIT W, 93-91 at Clarion W, 87-70 at West Liberty L, 73-107 vs. Urbana W, 77-60 vs. Tennessee Temple W, 87-67 OHIO-EASTERN W, 93-49 at Pitt-Johnstown L, 61-78 at A-B L, 81-96 GLENVILLE STATE W, 88-74 WV WESLEYAN W, 82-81

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at WV State L, 80-93 at Charleston W, 87-80 CONCORD L, 81-83 at Shepherd W, 95-85 (ot) at Wheeling Jesuit L, 115-118 (ot)

SALEM INT’L W, 93-66 at Davis & Elkins W, 88-81 BLUEFIELD STATE W, 89-76 at Ohio Valley W, 77-68 SETON HILL W, 82-50 WEST LIBERTY L, 87-91 PITT-JOHNSTOWN W, 93-85 SHEPHERD L, 75-80 at Salem Int’l W, 84-74 WVIAC Tournament CHARLESTON W, 77-61

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Alderson-Broaddus 85 54 .612 1925 Alliance 1 0 1.000 1965 Ashland University 2 0 1.000 1994 Beckley College 26 7 .788 1952 Belmont Abbey 1 0 1.000 2005 Bethany College 25 19 .568 1925 Bluefield College 0 1 .000 1988 Bluefield State 53 12 .815 1930 Briar Cliff 0 1 .000 1981 Bowie State 1 1 .500 1979 California (Pa.) University 43 19 .694 1925 Campbell College 0 1 .000 1964 Central State University 6 6 .500 1965 Charleston, University of* 59 46 .562 1925 Cheyney University 1 0 1.000 1995 Cincinnati-Bible College 2 0 1.000 1987 Clarion 1 1 . .500 2007 Coastal Carolina 1 0 1.000 1978 Columbia Union 9 0 1.000 1992 Concord 69 32 .683 1930 Coppin State 2 2 .500 1979 Cumberland College 0 1 .000 1964 Daemen College 3 0 1.000 1983 Davis & Elkins College 85 38 .691 1925 Delaware State 1 0 1.000 1977 Detroit University 1 0 1.000 1929 Dickenson College 1 0 1.000 1968 District of Columbia, University of 5 1 .833 1982 Dowling 1 0 1.000 1979 Dyke College 3 0 1.000 1986 Eastern Michigan University 0 1 .000 1971 East Stroudsburg University 2 0 1.000 1997 Edinboro University 5 4 .556 1977 Elizabeth City State 0 2 .000 1971 Emporia State 0 1 .000 1977 Florida Gulf Coast University 0 1 .000 2005 Frostburg State 3 2 .600 1937 Geneva College 2 0 1.000 1984 Glenville State 87 53 .621 1925 Goldey Beacom 1 0 1 .000 2001 Great Falls College 1 0 1.000 1971 Hanover College 2 0 1.000 1974 Hardwick College 1 0 1.000 1958 Heidelberg College 1 1 .500 1978 High Point College 1 0 1.000 1977 Hillsdale College 3 0 1.000 1976 Hiram 1 0 .1.000 2005 Howard Payne 1 0 1.000 1976 Indiana Central College 1 0 1.000 1969 Indiana State University 1 1 .500 1957 Indiana University (Pa.) 2 8 .200 1987 Indiana University-Fort Wayne 1 0 1.000 2000 Kearney State 1 0 1.000 1975 Keene State 1 0 1.000 1980 Kentucky State University 3 2 .600 1972 Kingwood College 1 0 1.000 1938 Lake Erie College 1 0 1.000 1994 LaRoche College 2 0 1.000 1986 LeMoyne-Owen 0 1 .000 1980 Lock Haven University 5 3 .625 1996 Malone College 0 2 .000 1991 Mansfield University 0 1 .000 1998

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Marietta College 5 12 .294 1930 Marshall University 5 15 .250 1925 Mars Hill 1 0 1.000 1979 Maryland Bible 1 0 1.000 2009 Mercyhurst 2 1 .667 1975 Midwestern College 0 1 .000 1975 217 Military Police 2 0 1.000 1943 Missouri Southern College 0 2 .000 1973 Mount Aloysius 4 1 .800 1997 Mount Olive College 1 0 1.000 2000 New Haven University 2 0 1.000 1968 Newport News 0 1 .000 2004 New York State (Stoney Brook) 1 0 1.000 1982 North Carolina A&T 1 0 1.000 1971 Ohio Dominican College 2 0 1.000 1983 Ohio State-Lima 2 0 1.000 1999 Ohio State-Newark 6 0 1.000 2002 Ohio University-Belmont 1 0 1.000 1988 Ohio University-Eastern 9 0 1 .000 2001 Ohio University-Zanesville 1 0 1.000 2003 Ohio Valley College 19 3 .864 1999 Oklahoma Christian College 1 0 1.000 1968 Otterbein College 1 0 1.000 1981 Oshkosh College 1 0 1.000 1968 Ouachita Baptist College 0 1 .000 1965 Penn State-Behrend 3 0 1.000 1981 Penn State-Greater Allegheny 4 0 1.000 2005 Pfeiffer University 3 0 1.000 1991 Philadelphia Bible College 1 0 1.000 1995 Pikeville College 2 1 .667 1981 Pitt-Bradford, University of 2 0 1.000 1986 Pitt-Greensburg, University of 1 0 1.000 2005 Pitt-Johnstown, University of 3 6 .333 1993 Point Park College 29 9 .763 1970 Potomac State 24 9 .727 1925 Quantico Marines 0 1 .000 1957 Queens College 1 0 1.000 1999 Rio Grande University 1 2 .333 1943 Salem International ** 105 65 .618 1925 Seton Hill 4 1 .800 2004 Shenandoah 1 0 1.000 1989 Shepherd University 74 27 .733 1929 Shippensburg University 3 1 .750 1982 Slippery Rock University 3 2 .667 1944 Southern Mississippi University 1 0 1.000 1984 Southern Virginia 1 0 1.000 2007 St. Benedict College 1 0 1.000 1965 St. Bonaventure University 0 1 .000 1985 St. Mary’s College 0 1 .000 1974 St. Mary’s University 0 1 .000 2000 St. Michaels College 0 1 .000 1958 St. Paul’s 0 0 .000 2002 St. Rose College 0 1 .000 1998 St. Vincent College 2 1 .667 1992 Steubenville 11 0 1.000 1969 Tennessee Temple 1 0 1.000 2008 Texas Southern College 1 1 .500 1971 Tiffin University 1 0 1.000 1987 Transylvania University 0 2 .000 1990 Tulane University 0 1 .000 1984 Upper Iowa College 1 0 1.000 1965 Urbana 2 0 1.000 2008

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Walsh College Washburn College Washington & Jefferson Waynesburg College Wayne State University West Chester University West Carolina College West Liberty State Westminster College Westmont West Virginia State WVU Tech *** West Virginia University West Virginia Wesleyan Wheeling Jesuit University Wilberforce University Wilmington College Winona State College York University

1 2 .333 1981 0 1 .000 1969 5 3 .624 1929 2 15 .117 1932 1 0 1.000 1995 2 1 .667 1958 0 1 .000 1964 82 49 .626 1925 4 4 .500 1935 0 1 .000 1978 55 22 .714 1959 41 30 .577 1932 0 7 .000 1943 96 70 .578 1925 70 32 .686 1961 3 0 1.000 1996 2 0 1.000 1983 1 0 1.000 1975 1 0 1.000 1988

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* Formerly Morris Harvey ** Formerly Salem College and Salem-Teikyo *** Formerly West Virginia Tech

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Regular Season Conference Champions Year

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Year Team 1953 Morris Harvey 1954 WV Tech 1955 Alderson-Broaddus 1956 Morris Harvey 1957 WV Tech 1958 WV Tech 1959 WV Wesleyan 1960 WV Wesleyan 1961 West Liberty 1962 Morris Harvey 1963 WV State 1964 WV Tech 1965 WV Tech 1966 Morris Harvey 1967 Morris Harvey 1968 Fairmont State 1969 Fairmont State 1970 Morris Harvey 1971 Fairmont State 1972 Fairmont State 1973 Fairmont State 1974 Fairmont State 1975 Fairmont State 1976 Fairmont State 1977 Fairmont State 1978 Fairmont State 1979 WV Wesleyan 1980 Fairmont State 1981 Fairmont State

1925 Davis & Elkins 11-0 1926 Records Missing RM 1927 Salem 9-3 1928 Salem 12-3 1929 Salem 14-1 1930 Glenville State 12-1 1931 Glenville State 7-1 1932 Glenville State 10-1 1933 West Liberty RM 1934 Glenville State 11-2 1935 Glenville State 12-0 1936 Alderson-Broaddus 19-5 1937 Glenville State 14-2 1938 Glenville State 18-0 1939 Glenville State RM 1940 Glenville State 18-2 1941 Alderson-Broaddus 19-5 1942 Glenville State 17-3 1943 Glenville State 13-0 1944 World War II 1945 World War II 1946 Alderson-Broaddus 20-1 1947 Fairmont State 18-3 1948 Fairmont State 11-3 1949 Morris Harvey 12-3 1950 Davis & Elkins 18-2 1951 WV Tech 19-1 1952 WV Tech 17-1 1953 WV Tech 15-5

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15-5 15-4 21-3 15-2 17-1 19-0 19-1 15-2 9-5 19-1 12-2 17-2 16-2 17-2 18-1 15-3 17-1 17-2 19-0 18-2 18-3 19-2 17-2 20-0 15-1 19-3 18-3 17-4 19-1

Year Team 1982 Salem College 1983 Salem College 1984 WV Wesleyan 1985 WV Wesleyan 1986 U. of Charleston 1987 WV State 1988 WV Tech 1989 Wheeling Jesuit 1990 WV Tech 1991 WV Wesleyan 1992 U. of Charleston 1993 Salem-Teikyo 1994 Salem-Teikyo 1995 Fairmont State 1996 Fairmont State 1997 Salem-Teikyo 1998 Salem-Teikyo 1999 Salem-Teikyo 2000 U. of Charleston 2001 U. of Charleston 2002 WV Wesleyan 2003 Salem Inter’l 2004 WV State 2005 Salem International 2006 Alderson-Broaddus 2007 Alderson-Broaddus 2008 Pitt-Johnstown 2009 WV State 2010 West Liberty

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16-2 16-2 20-0 19-1 19-0 18-2 20-3 17-2 23-5 15-3 15-3 18-3 17-2 15-2 16-3 19-0 18-1 18-1 18-1 16-2 15-3 16-2 15-3 15-3 15-3 18-0 17-3 19-1 21-1

Regular Season Champions 1. Fairmont State 2. Salem International 3. Glenville State 3. Charleston 5. WVU-Tech 6. WV Wesleyan 7. Alderson-Broaddus 8. WV State 9. West Liberty State 10. Davis & Elkins 11. Wheeling Jesuit 12. Pitt-Johnstown

16 Times 12 Times 11 Times 11 Times 10 Times 7 Times 6 Times 4 Times 3 Times 2 Times 1 Time 1 Time

(1947, 1948, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1995, 1996) (1927, 1928, 1929, 1982, 1983, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003, 2005) (1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1942, 1943) (1949, 1953*, 1956, 1962, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1986, 1992, 2000, 2001) (1951, 1952, 1953*, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1964, 1965, 1988, 1990) (1959, 1960, 1979, 1984, 1985, 1991, 2002) (1936, 1941, 1946, 1955, 2006, 2007) (1963, 1987, 2004, 2009) (1933, 1961, 2010) (1925, 1950) (1989) (2008)

* 1953 - WV Tech and Morris Harvey tied for 1st place.

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1935 Davis & Elkins - 45 vs Potomac State - 30 (Fairmont) 1936 Alderson-Broaddus - 59 vs Concord - 37 (Clarksburg) 1937 Glenville State - 58 vs Salem - 43 (Clarksburg) 1938 Glenville State - 52 vs A-B - 42 (Clarksburg) 1939 Alderson-Broaddus - 53 vs West Liberty - 47 (Buckhannon) 1940 WV Wesleyan - 48 vs Morris Harvey - 41 (Buckhannon) 1941 Alderson-Broaddus - 76 vs Concord - 57 (Buckhannon) 1942 Glenville State - 77 vs WV Wesleyan - 53 (Buckhannon) 1946 WV Wesleyan - 49 vs A-B - 47 (Buckhannon) 1947 A-B - 58 vs WV Wesleyan - 29 (Buckhannon) 1948 Davis & Elkins - 58 vs Potomac State - 50 (Buckhannon) 1949 Fairmont State - 71 vs WV Tech - 62 (Buckhannon) 1950 Davis & Elkins - 77 vs WV Wesleyan - 56 (Buckhannon) 1951 Glenville State - 73 vs Beckley - 57 (Buckhannon) 1952 West Liberty - 73 vs Morris Harvey - 57 (Buckhannon) 1953 Morris Harvey - 97 vs A-B - 82 (Buckhannon) 1954 Alderson-Broaddus - 68 vs WV Tech - 60 (Buckhannon) 1955 Morris Harvey - 89 vs A-B - 86 (Buckhannon) 1956 WV Tech - 83 vs Glenville State - 72 (Buckhannon) 1957 West Liberty - 72 vs Alderson-Broaddus - 68 (Buckhannon) 1958 WV Wesleyan - 80 vs WV Tech - 72 (Buckhannon) 1959 WV Wesleyan - 108 vs Davis & Elkins - 64 (Buckhannon) 1960 West Liberty - 62 vs WV Wesleyan - 55 (Charleston) 1961 WV State - 67 vs West Liberty - 66 (Charleston) 1962 Morris Harvey - 98 vs WV State - 74 (Charleston) 1963 WV Tech - 70 vs Salem - 54 (Charleston) 1964 Morris Harvey - 73 vs West Liberty - 70(OT) (Charleston) 1965 Fairmont State 79 vs WV Tech - 69 (Charleston) 1966 WV Wesleyan - 86 vs Morris Harvey - 84 (Charleston) 1967 Morris Harvey - 98 vs Fairmont State - 84 (Charleston) 1968 Morris Harvey - 76 vs Fairmont State - 65 (Charleston) 1969 Fairmont State - 77 vs WV State - 72 (Charleston) 1970 Glenville State - 71 vs Morris Harvey - 66 (Charleston) 1971 West Liberty - 83 vs Morris Harvey - 80 (Charleston) 1972 Glenville State - 60 vs Morris Harvey - 59 (Charleston) 1973 Fairmont State - 86 vs Bluefield State - 67 (Charleston) 1974 Fairmont State - 80 vs Shepherd - 59 (Charleston) 1975 Fairmont State - 69 vs Shepherd - 65 (Charleston) 1976 Fairmont State - 104 vs Shepherd - 84 (Charleston) 1977 WV Wesleyan - 77 vs Morris Harvey - 69 (Charleston) 1978 WV Wesleyan - 70 vs Wheeling - 67 (Charleston) 1979 Concord - 64 vs Morris Harvey - 52 (Charleston) 1980 Fairmont State - 65 vs WV State - 49 (Charleston) 1981 Fairmont State - 70 vs Charleston - 66 (Charleston) 1982 WV Tech - 66 vs Concord - 57 (Charleston) 1983 WV Wesleyan - 59 vs Wheeling - 57 (Charleston) 1984 Fairmont State - 63 vs WV Tech - 57 (Charleston) 1985 WV Wesleyan - 92 vs Fairmont State - 66 (Charleston) 1986 WV Tech - 91 vs U. of Charleston - 81 (Charleston) 1987 WV State - 116 vs Bluefield - 89 (Charleston) 1988 WV Tech - 92 vs Bluefield - 91 (OT) (Charleston) 1989 Concord - 88 vs Wheeling Jesuit - 86 (Charleston) 1990 Alderson-Broaddus - 77 vs Concord - 74 (Charleston) 1991 Concord - 110 vs Salem-Teikyo - 91 (Charleston) 1992 Shepherd - 78 vs Alderson-Broaddus - 69 (Charleston) 1993 Charleston - 100 vs A-B - 90 (OT) (Charleston) 1994 Salem-Teikyo - 79 vs Wheeling Jesuit - 73 (Charleston)

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Year Teams / Scores 1995 Concord - 82 vs Glenville State - 72 1996 Bluefield - 61 vs WV Tech - 58 1997 Concord - 71 vs Charleston - 59 1998 Salem-Teikyo - 66 vs Concord - 63 1999 Charleston - 87 vs Salem-Teikyo - 71 2000 Salem-Teikyo - 66 vs Alderson-Broaddus - 57 2001 Charleston - 86 vs Salem International - 81 2002 A-B - 88 vs Charleston – 86 2003 Alderson-Broaddus –75 vs Charleston – 62 2004 A-B -95 vs WV State – 92 2005 Wheeling Jesuit -90 vs West Liberty – 67 2006 WV State -69 vs. Salem International -67 2007 WV State- 80, Alderson-Broaddus- 79 2008 Alderson-Broaddus 71, Pitt-Johnstown 64 2009 Pitt-Johnstown 74, Alderson-Broaddus 73(ot) 2010 West Virginia State 108, West Liberty 107 (ot)

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Overall WVIAC W L Pct. W L Pct.

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Sandy Toothman (1925) Jasper Colebank (1926-1941) W. “Squibb’’ Wilson (1941-1950) Paul Davis (1950-1963) Joe Retton (1963-1982) Dave Cooper (1982-1985) Joe Lambiotte (1985-1989) Randy Hess (1989-1993) Butch Haswell (1993-2004) Tim Murphy (2004- TOTALS

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11 126 139 162 478 53 61 54 226 105 1392

7 169 85 152 95 39 52 59 93 68 812

.611 .427 .621 .516 .834 .576 .539 .478 .708 .609 .632

11 66 84 141 399 39 37 43 156 62 1022

6 81 51 136 64 33 42 45 63 56 571

.647 .449 .622 .509 .862 .542 .468 .489 .712 ..525 .642

“Jo Jo’s” Coaching Success • WVIAC and NAIA District 28 Coach of the Year — six times • NAIA Coach of the Year — 1969 & 1976

Year-by-Year Records

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1917 Jasper Colebank 11 1925 Sandy Toothman 11 1926 Jasper Colebank No Records 1927 Jasper Colebank 6 1928 Jasper Colebank 6 1929 Jasper Colebank 5 1930 Jasper Colebank 12 1931 Jasper Colebank 12 1932 Jasper Colebank 11 1933 Jasper Colebank No Records 1934 Jasper Colebank 6 1935 Jasper Colebank 9 1936 Jasper Colebank 8 1937 Jasper Colebank 9 1938 Jasper Colebank 8 1939 Jasper Colebank 9 1940 Jasper Colebank 14 1941 W. Squibb Wilson 9 1942 W. Squibb Wilson 17 1943 W. Squibb Wilson 11 1944 W. Squibb Wilson 11 1945 W. Squibb Wilson 7 1946 W. Squibb Wilson 18 1947 W. Squibb Wilson 21 1948 W. Squibb Wilson 16 1949 W. Squibb Wilson 21 1950 W. Squibb Wilson 8 1951 Paul Davis 9 1952 Paul Davis 3 1953 Paul Davis 9 1954 Paul Davis 7 1955 Paul Davis 12 1956 Paul Davis 16 1957 Paul Davis 19 1958 Paul Davis 20 1959 Paul Davis 15 1960 Paul Davis 11 1961 Paul Davis 13 1962 Paul Davis 13 1963 Paul Davis 15 1964 Joe Retton 21 1965 Joe Retton 32 1966 Joe Retton 23 1967 Joe Retton 23

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12 13 7 9 11 11

.333 .316 .417 .571 .522 .500

15 17 14 13 16 13 12 13 6 8 6 8 9 6 6 6 17 15 22 12 14 13 12 5 8 12 14 10 8 7 7 4 4 4

.286 .346 .364 .409 .333 .409 .538 .409 .739 .579 .647 .467 .667 .777 .727 .777 .320 .375 .120 .429 .333 .480 .571 .792 .714 .556 .440 .565 .619 .682 .750 .888 .852 .852

1968 Joe Retton 1969 Joe Retton 1970 Joe Retton 1971 Joe Retton 1972 Joe Retton 1973 Joe Retton 1974 Joe Retton 1975 Joe Retton 1976 Joe Retton 1977 Joe Retton 1978 Joe Retton 1979 Joe Retton 1980 Joe Retton 1981 Joe Retton 1982 Joe Retton 1983 Dave Cooper 1984 Dave Cooper 1985 Dave Cooper 1986 Joe Lambiotte 1987 Joe Lambiotte 1988 Joe Lambiotte 1989 Joe Lambiotte 1990 Randy Hess 1991 Randy Hess 1992 Randy Hess 1993 Randy Hess 1994 Butch Haswell 1995 Butch Haswell 1996 Butch Haswell 1997 Butch Haswell 1998 Butch Haswell 1999 Butch Haswell 2000 Butch Haswell 2001 Butch Haswell 2002 Butch Haswell 2003 Butch Haswell 2004 Butch Haswell 2005 Tim Murphy 2006 Tim Murphy 2007 Tim Murphy 2008 Tim Murphy 2009 Tim Murphy 2010 Tim Murphy

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25 26 25 32 24 23 28 31 28 21 27 20 26 26 17 14 17 22 13 15 20 13 16 17 16 5 10 21 24 18 27 25 25 22 17 19 18 15 13 15 19 20 23

6 2 4 3 6 5 3 6 1 5 6 8 5 5 11 14 16 9 15 13 9 15 13 12 13 21 18 5 5 12 4 5 4 10 11 9 10 14 15 13 10 9 7

.806 .928 .862 .914 .800 .821 .903 .838 .966 .808 .818 .714 .838 .838 .654 .500 .515 .710 .464 .536 .689 .464 .552 .586 .552 .192 .357 .808 .828 .600 .870 .833 .862 .687 .607 .679 .643 .517 .464 .536 .655 .670 .767

U n i v e r s i t y

• Associated Press Small College Coach of the Year — 1975-76 • Coached and Produced nine All-Americans — Dwight Conaway, Dave Miller, John Jamerson, Dave Cooper, Lerman Battle, Bill Lindsey, Dave Moore, Vance Carr, Leroy Loggins

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• 12 NAIA Tournament Appearances, four times to the Final Four, 1967-68 squad went to the finals

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• 18 straight seasons of 20 or more victories

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• 1975-76 team ranked first Final Associated Press Small College Basketball Poll

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• Two undefeated regular seasons — 1970-71 & 1975-76 RECORDS

• 12 WVIAC Championships — eight WVIAC Tournament Championships

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• Featured in the November 30, 1981, issue of Sports Illustrated • Winningest collegiate coach by percentage in the nation • Inducted into the NAIA Coaches Hall of Fame, 1987 — West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame, 1988 — Fairmont State College Hall of Fame, 1993 • Career record of 478-95 (83.6%)

Top 20 Seasons Coach 1. Joe Retton 2. Joe Retton 3. Joe Retton 4. Joe Retton 5. Joe Retton 6. Butch Haswell 7. Joe Retton 8. Butch Haswell 9. Joe Retton 10. Joe Retton 11. Joe Retton 12. Joe Retton 13. Joe Retton 14. Butch Haswell 15. Butch Haswell 16. Joe Retton 17. Joe Retton 18. Butch Haswell 19. Joe Retton 20. Joe Retton

Year Record Pct. 1975-76 28-1 .966 1968-69 26-2 .929 1970-71 32-3 .914 1973-74 28-3 .903 1964-65 32-4 .889 1997-98 27-4 .870 1969-70 25-4 .862 1999-00 25-4 .862 1965-66 23-4 .852 1966-67 23-4 .852 1974-75 31-6 .839 1979-80 26-5 .839 1980-81 26-5 .839 1998-99 25-5 .833 1995-96 24-5 .828 1972-73 23-5 .821 1977-78 27-6 .818 1994-95 21-5 .808 1976-77 21-5 .808 1967-68 25-6 .806

He has inspired countless people to make the effort to achieve their personal best, to realize their full potential, and to achieve success. — from “What Leaders Are Made Of,” the 1997 Fairmont State Foundation, Inc. Dinner

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Athletic Director

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Elliott guided the football program for five years before accepting the athletic director’s position. In his last season as head football coach he landed six players on the All-WVIAC first team – tied for most in the league. The Falcons closed the season strong down the stretch, winning three of their last four. In his five seasons, Elliott’s players earned first team all-conference honors 29 times. Elliott spent 15 seasons as an assistant coach for the Falcons from 1986-2000, spanning the tenures of Wally Hood and Doug Sams. In his first two seasons, he served as the wide receivers coach before being promoted to offensive coordinator in 1988. That season, the Falcons were the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) champions and advanced to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) playoffs. He remained offensive coordinator for the next four seasons. From 1994-2000, Elliott coordinated the Falcons’ defensive and recruiting efforts under Sams. The Falcons won two WVIAC championships (1996 and 2000) during those seven years. The Falcons were conference runners-up in 1986, 1987 and 2005. Elliott served as the skill development coach for Rich Rodriguez at West Virginia University during the 2001 football season before taking over the helm of the Fairmont State program in the spring of 2002. “This is home and this is definitely the place I want to be,” Elliott says. “I want to be part of the development of this school, this community and this county. That’s a big part of my life, and I want to make this athletic program and this school a really positive thing for the community.” Elliott also served as a temporary instructor in the School of Health and Human Performance and had done so for 11 years at Fairmont State. Elliott received his bachelor’s degree from Fairmont State in 1979 and obtained his master’s degree from WVU in 1988. He taught and was an assistant football coach at North Marion High School from 1980 until 1985. He served under head coach Roy Michael at North Marion. The Huskies posted a 57-13 record and won the state championship in 1980 and 1981. North Marion finished as the state runnerup in 1982. From 1981-86, Elliott was the head wrestling coach at North Marion. His teams posted a record of 73-26 and won five state championships. He is married to the former Mary Jo Thorne, and they are the parents of two daughters, Devan (15), and Addie, (5), and two sons, Ryan (13), and Kyle (10).

for their generous support of Fairmont State athletics:

Rusty Elliott Athletic Director

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As a Marion County native and a Fairmont State graduate, no one embodies the passion of Falcon athletics like Rusty Elliott. Elliott, who has been associated with Fairmont State for nearly three decades, was named athletic director in August of 2007. Last season, three Fairmont State teams advanced to NCAA Championships in historic fashion. The men’s and women’s basketball teams made it to the NCAA Tournament in the same year for the first time in school history, and the softball team earned its first-ever NCAA Tournament bid. In addition to the on-field accomplishments, the NCAA released its graduation rate in January 2010 and Fairmont State’s student-athletes boasted the top graduation rate of any school in the state of West Virginia. In the Spring of 2010, the FSU athletic department was recognized as the WVIAC winner in the NCAA Division II’s Community Engagement Initiative for its efforts in the football season opener against Clarion that saw over 5,000 people make their way to Duvall-Rosier Field. In 2008, Elliott oversaw an athletic department that saw Fairmont State finish third in the WVIAC President’s Cup. The men’s golf team once again captured a WVIAC title and advanced to the NCAA Championships, the men’s basketball team recorded 20 wins, the softball team set a school record for conference victories and finished runner-up in the league and the baseball team captured the WVIAC Central Division championship. In addition to the athletic successes, Fairmont State student-athletes had unprecedented success in the classroom as the cumulative GPA for all student-athletes was 2.99. He also oversaw major improvements to the basketball arena with the installation of a state-ofthe-art scoreboard and renovations to the Feaster Center as Fairmont State continues its commitment to a superior student-athlete experience. In his first year as athletic director, Fairmont State won a pair of conference championships in women’s basketball and men’s golf, with each of those teams advancing to the NCAA Tournament. The football team, playing its first season on a brand-new playing surface, finished with a winning record and the men’s basketball team finished with 19 victories. 64

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Rusty Elliott at Fairmont State Year

Role

1977-79

Student-Athlete

1986 1987 1988

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Friends of Men’s Basketball Davis Electric Company Mont Levine Moore Insurance Company Once Cent, Inc. Red Dot Pharmacy Rotary Club of Fairmont Duane Cochran Shawn Finney William and Shirley Fleming Robert and Sandra Kimble James C. Marsh Donald and Cheryl Maxwell David Patterson Peter Pell Samuel and Brenda Skeen Bob and Karolyn Smith Michael and Lisa Stern Warren Baker

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The Fairmont State Athletic Association (FSAA) is the fundraising arm for athletics and helps support scholarships for Fighting Falcon athletes. The goals for the FSAA are:

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• to generate scholarship funds for Fairmont State student-athletes. • to be a medium for uniting alumni, lettermen, friends, fans and sponsors in organized support of Fairmont State Athletics. • to establish a reserve fund for the athletic program. • to provide financial assistance for special projects that enhance the welfare of Fairmont State athletics.

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Raymond Bonnett was named associate athletic director in January 2005. The Fairmont State graduate also serves as director of NCAA compliance and is in charge of facilities and transportation for Falcon athletics. In addition, Bonnett is the secretary of the Fairmont State Athletic Association, is a voting member of the Fairmont State Hall of Fame committee and is a board member of the Wesley Foundation, as well as a member of several other campus and community committees. He was first appointed to the compliance position in 1992 as Fairmont prepared to transition to NCAA Division II (from NAIA). In addition to his duties, Bonnett served as head baseball coach for 10 seasons leading his teams to eight WVIAC playoff appearances during that time. He is a proud Vietnam veteran after serving a four-year stint as a paratrooper in the 101st and 82nd airborne. Following his service, Bonnett enrolled at Fairmont State where he lettered one year in football and two in baseball. He captained the baseball team both seasons. Bonnett and his wife Judy each received degrees from Fairmont State. Bonnett also holds a master’s degree from West Virginia University in teaching education. Bonnett and his wife have four daughters, Sara, Tonya Dawn, Karrie Ann and Cassi Rae, and a son, Nicholas Tyler.

Robert Cable Head Athletic Trainer

Robert Cable is in his 21st year as the head athletic trainer at Fairmont State University. In addition to his duties of supervising athletic training for each of Fairmont State’s 15 sports, the West Virginia Wesleyan College and West Virginia University graduate is also heavily involved within the athletic training community both regionally and nationally. Cable was named NCAA Division II Trainer of the Year in the summer of 2010 by th National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). The honor recognizes 66

the outstanding efforts of a certified athletic trainer employed in a collegiate setting at a Division II school. The NATA selected Cable on the merits of his active community and campus involvement; volunteer service; national, district and state athletic training participation; promotion of the profession; and exceptional performance in the role of collegiate athletic trainer. Cable is a member of the NATA District 3 Board of Directors. He has served the West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association (WVATA) in numerous capacities throughout his career, and is currently the president of that group. One of his top priorities as president of the WVATA is licensure for all certified athletic trainers in West Virginia. Further, Cable is in his second term as president of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) Athletic Trainers Committee. In 2007, he was named the WVATA “Trainer of the Year” for his willingness to go “above and beyond the normal call of duty.” Prior to coming to Fairmont State, Cable was the head athletic trainer, head women’s softball coach and assistant women’s basketball coach at West Virginia Wesleyan College. His softball team made the school’s first trip to the NAIA National Softball Championship Tournament in his final season. Cable also spent time as a clinical athletic trainer at Medbrook Sports Medicine Clinic and adjunct professor of health and physical education at Salem International University. He also worked as an athletic training intern with the Baltimore Colts early in his career. In addition to his athletic training duties, he also teaches in the Health and Human Performance Department. Cable has been instrumental in expanding the training facility to over 1,300 square feet that was completed in the spring of 2008. The new training room is four times the size of the previous location and features include four small treatment tables, six large treatment tables and increased unobstructed floor space. Cable is married to the former Jill Hinkle and they are the parents of two children, Courtney and Johnathan.

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and her husband Mickey have two sons, Adam and Jared. The couple resides in Fairmont.

Donald Moroose Faculty Athletic Representative

She is involved in all facets of planning and implementation of athletic department initiatives, including season tickets and parking; facility use and scheduling; and office maintenaince. The Fairmont State alumna began working at Fairmont State in 1994 in the office of the registrar. Dalene and her husband Skip have two daughters, Brittany, a 2008 graduate at Alderson-Broaddus, and Bridget, who will enroll at Fairmont State in the fall of 2010. The Horners reside in Mannington.

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Dr. Donald Moroose serves as the Faculty Athletic Representative for the Fairmont State Athletic Department. Moroose works with the athletic department to help maintain academic integrity, institutional control, student-athlete well being. Moroose graduated from Fairmont State in 1965 and received his doctorate in education at West Virginia University. He is beginning his 38th year as an employee of Fairmont State. He currently is a Professor of Education, Senior Level, teaching mainly graduate-level courses. Moroose is involved with the growth of the graduate school for teachers and developing master’s degrees in the School of Education. He is a member of the Fairmont State Athletic Association and has helped to raise money for the Athletic Department for nearly 25 years. He is married with two children and five grandchildren.

Kristi Kiefer Senior Woman Administrator/Student Athlete Advisory Committee Advisor Kristi Kiefer serves as Associate Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) at Fairmont State. In addition, Kiefer is the head coach of the competitive cheer program. She has also been employed by Fairmont State for 17 years as an assistant professor in the Health and Human Performance department. In the fall of 2004, Kiefer took on the roles of senior woman administrator and advisor for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. The SAAC deals with issues for current student-athletes while also serving as a valuable component for community outreach for the athletic department. Kiefer received a bachelor’s degree from Fairmont State. As a student, she was also a cheerleader. She went on to receive a master’s degree from West Virginia University in Physical Education-Teacher Education with an emphasis in Motor Development. Kiefer has also spent nine years spanning two stints as head coach of the cheerleading team. The squad won its first national championship in 1995 under her guidance. In 2008-09, she returned to her coaching role as Fairmont State made cheerleading a varsity sport. Fairmont State finished second in the nation in the inaugural season, and last season added another national championship by winning in the All-Girl Division II category. Kiefer and her husband Jim reside in Bridgeport and are the parents of three children, Kash, Kylie, and Koby.

Mike Rogers Equipment Technician

Mike Rogers serves as the equipment technician for Falcon athletics and has worked at Fairmont State since the 1971 football season. Rogers also officiates local high school football, basketball, baseball, and softball.  As a Fairmont State student, Rogers played and lettered at quarterback for the Falcons. Rogers is a resident of Rivesville.

Donna Trickett Athletic Accountant

Program Assistant Donna Trickett has served as the Athletic Accountant since 2003. In her role, she handles all aspects of department purchasing and travel for all 15 sports as well as athletic department staff. An alumna of Fairmont State, Trickett began working on campus in 2001 in the office of the registrar. Donna

Dalene Horner serves as the Program Assistant for both the Director of Athletics and the Chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance.

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Director of Athletic Media Relations

Adam Zundell begins his fifth season as Fairmont State’s Director of Athletic Media Relations. At Fairmont State, Zundell is responsible for providing information and news to the media and fans for all 15 varsity sports. Since his arrival in 2006, he has helped increase traffic at the official athletic website, fightingfalcons.com, and helped Fairmont State become a league leader in providing audio and video for a variety of Fighting Falcon sports on the internet. Zundell has also spearhead marketing initiatives that have helped increase attendance and spark new revenue streams. In 2008-09, the men’s and women’s basketball media guides were ranked among the top 20 in the country by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). In 2009-10, the Fairmont State football media guide was rated third-best in the country by CoSIDA. In addition, Zundell helped coordinate the award-winning community engagement initiative that was best in the WVIAC and among the top 18 in the country. Prior to coming to FSU, Zundell was an assistant media relations director for three years at the University of Maryland. At Maryland, he was the primary media relations liaison for men’s soccer, wrestling and women’s lacrosse. He received national awards from CoSIDA and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for publications and articles he generated. He has worked with ESPN. com, CollegeSoccerNews.com and TopDrawerSoccer.com as a college soccer reporter since 2004. Before working at Maryland, Zundell worked in the sports communications office at West Virginia University while pursuing a master’s degree in public relations/integrated marketing communication. At WVU, he worked with men’s soccer, wrestling and baseball, providing coverage of home and away contests and managing game-day activities. The Fairmont native earned his bachelor’s degree from Wheeling Jesuit where he was a four-time AllWVIAC and three-time NCAA Division II Academic All-America performer in cross country, in addition to winning three individual conference titles in track. Zundell and his wife Kelly are the parents of Drew (4) and Tyler (2).

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WVIAC Barry Blizzard Commissioner

Founded in 1924, the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) rates as one of the oldest leagues at the small-college level.  The 16-member conference currently boasts the largest membership of any NCAA Division II league. The current membership includes Alderson- Broaddus College, Bluefield State College, University of Charleston, Concord University, Davis & Elkins College, Fairmont State University, Glenville State College, Ohio Valley University, Shepherd University, West Liberty State College, West Virginia State University, West Virginia Wesleyan College and Wheeling Jesuit University. The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and Seton Hill University joined the WVIAC for the 2006-07 season. Pitt Johnstown and Seton Hill are the WVIAC’s first out-of-state members since 1932. The WVIAC moved into the NCAA Division II ranks in 1994 after a long affiliation with the NAIA. The conference was the only one in Division II to place a team in the national quarterfinals in men’s basketball, football and baseball during the 1998-99 academic year. In 2002 the WVIAC, along with two other conferences, became the first league to earn four bids to the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Championship. Commissioner Barry Blizzard, who has held the post since 1987, led the move into the NCAA. Blizzard, a native of Bramwell, West  Virginia,  previously served as the athletics director at Bluefield State. The long-time conference chief has served in a variety of national leadership positions, including a stint as president of the Division II Conference Commissioners’ Association.  He is currently the chairman of the NCAA Division II Nominating Committee. Alumni of conference members include West Virginia State’s Earl Lloyd (the first African-American to play in the National Basketball Association), Salem International’s Cecil Underwood (two-term West Virginia governor) and Wheeling Jesuit’s John Beilein (current Michigan men’s basketball coach). The conference’s basketball tournament is one of the longest-running events in collegiate hoops; the 70th annual event was held earlier this year at the Charleston Civic Center. Attendance at the WVIAC tournament ranks among the highest in Division II. The conference also boasts a 10-station radio network for the tournament. Women’s sports were incorporated into the WVIAC during the 1981-82 academic year as the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Association was absorbed.  Currently, women’s championships are offered in softball, golf, tennis, track, basketball, volleyball, cross country and soccer. Men’s championships are conducted in football, cross country, soccer, basketball, baseball, golf, tennis and track. The league was recognized by the State Journal as one of “55 Great Things About West Virginia” in the magazine’s April edition.  The WVIAC is headquartered in Princeton, W.Va.

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Athletic Scholarships The Fairmont State Athletic Department would like to acknowledge the following benefactors for establishing named or endowed Athletic Scholarships.

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JAMES J. ARCURE SCHOLARSHIP – Family of James J. Arcure Established by the family of James J. Arcure to benefit a FS baseball player 2009-10 Recipient: Garrett Fetty

MARCO’S CAN-AM SCHOLARSHIP – Charles Anderson Established in memory of Mark “Marco” Palmer by Family and Friends. 2009-10 Recipient: Andrew Duff

LEAH AND FRANC STERN WOMEN’S ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP – Leah and Franc Stern Established by Leah and Franc Stern 2009-10 Recipient: Brittany Tallhamer

JAMES & DEBBIE ASHTON FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIP 2009-10 Recipient: Matt Khouri

THE GILBERT & LENORE MARTIN AND JAMES & LENA DABATO ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP Established in memory of Gilbert and Lenore Martin and James and Lena Dabato, parents of Bob and Lucille Martin. 2009-10 Recipient: Goldie Preston

Robert “Buck” Thompson SCHOLARSHIP 2009-10 Recipient: Dan Bruner

RODNEY BAIRD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Mike Kirby Established in memory of Rodney Baird, an outstanding FS wrestler. 2009-10 Recipient: Theresa Zapach

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EDDIE BARRETT ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP – Edgar O. Barrett Established by Edgar O. Barrett to honor a fulltime student participating in athletics. 2009-10 Recipient: Scott Davidson

MCCUTCHEON & RAIKES SCHOLARSHIP 2009-10 Recipient: Heidi Bastin

L.O. BICKEL SCHOLARSHIP – L.O. Bickel Established to honor L.O. Bickel, founder of FS Letterman’s Association. 2009-10 Recipient: Michelle Work

SHARI ROBERTS MURIALE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Rocco Muriale Established in memory of Shari Roberts Muriale by Rocco Muriale 2009-10 Recipient: Will Richardson

James Carpenter SCHOLARSHIP 2009-10 Recipient: Danielle Floyd GREG CECCHINELLI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Ferris & Bettie Cecchinelli Established in memory of Greg Cecchinelli, son of Ferris and Bettie Cechinelli. 2009-10 Recipient: Erv McFadden TIMOTHY COOK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cook Established in memory of Tim Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cook.

ROBERT W. MCCOLLUM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – ManTech Enterprise Integration Center Established in memory of Robert W. McCollum, an employee of ManTech Advanced Systems International, Inc. 2009-10 Recipient: Cody Cutlip

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WILFORD “SQUIBB” WILSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Mary Wilson Established in memory of “Squibb” Wilson, outstanding FS Coach and Athletic Director. 2009-10 Recipient: Aaron Whitford

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ERIC AND JENNIFER WILSON MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHOLARSHIP 2009-10 Recipient: Brittany Lee JOE AND LOUISE ZASLOFF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Frank Zasloff Established in memory of Joe and Louise Zasloff, parents of Frank Zasloff.

MILDRED HANEY MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP – Mildred Haney Murray Established to promote women majoring in Physical Education who desire to be involved in the coaching profession. LEN NOSSOKOFF & SONS SCHOLARSHIP – Len Nossokoff Established by Len Nossokoff, Sr. 2009-10 Recipient: Luke Black

HAROLD “DEACON” DUVALL SCHOLARSHIP – Dickey Laughlin Established in honor of “Deacon” Duvall, a highly successful FS football coach. 2009-10 Recipient: Derek Sevier

JOE RETTON SCHOLARSHIP – Joe Retton Established in honor of “Jo Jo” Retton, the highly successful FS basketball coach. 2009-10 Recipient: Terrence Green

JOE AND BILL FORD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Joseph “Bud” Ford, William H. Ford II, Jay Ford and Bradley A. Ford. Established by Joseph “Bud” Ford, William H. Ford II, Jay Ford and Bradley A. Ford. 2009-10 Recipient: Pete O’Connor

REV. DONAL “JACK” SQUIRES SCHOLARSHIP – Rev. Donal Squires Established in tribute to members of the FS football team, for which Rev. Squires served as Chaplin. 2009-10 Recipient: Aaron Moore

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JULIE VIGLIANCO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Laura Viglianco Established in memory of Julie Viglianco, outstanding supporter of FS athletics. 2009-10 Recipient: Steve Custis

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