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2012-13

NITTANY LION BASKETBALL 4 • ‘12-13 PREVIEW

40 • players

74 • coaches/staff

102 • ‘11-12 review

Schedule/Quick Facts_____________________ 4 Roster________________________________ 5 Season Outlook_________________________ 6 _______ Pre-season Notes, Personnel Breakdown

Kevin Montminy________________________ D.J. Newbill___________________________ Brandon Taylor_________________________ Ross Travis___________________________ Alan Wisniewski________________________ Career Game-By-Games_________________

THIS IS PENN STATE

Coaches & Staff

2012-13 Preview

A Look At Penn State Basketball___________ 9-38

Nittany lion players Patrick Ackerman_______________________ Sasa Borovnjak________________________ Nick Colella___________________________ Zach Cooper__________________________ Tim Frazier___________________________ Jon Graham___________________________ Donovon Jack_________________________ Akosa Maduegbunam____________________ Jermaine Marshall______________________ 2 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

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Head Coach Patrick Chambers_____________ Year-by-Year/Vs. Opponents__________ Associate Head Coach Eugene Burroughs_____ Assistant Coach Keith Urgo________________ Assistant Coach Brian Daly________________ Dir. of Operations Ross Condon____________ Strength Coach Brad Pantall_______________ Video Coordinator Adam Fisher_____________ Dr. Greg Billy__________________________ Athletic Trainer Jon Salazer________________ Support Staff__________________________

60 62 64 66 68 70 74 77 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88

122 • history

2012-13 OPPONENTS Non-Conference Opponents_______________ Conference Opponents___________________ Records vs. Opponents__________________ Records vs. Conferences_________________ The Big Ten Conference__________________ Opponent Series Game-by-Game___________

90 90 91 92 93 94

2011-12 Review Season Notes/Highlights__________________102 Season Statistics_______________________106 Season Results________________________106 Game-by-Game Statistics_________________108 Season Superlatives_____________________109 Points-Rebounds-Assists_________________110 Category Leaders______________________110 Big Ten Review________________________111 Game Recaps_________________________112


2012-13 YEARBOOK

The Penn State Men’s Basketball Yearbook is provided as a service to the media. The public may purchase copies by forwarding a check or money order, payable to Penn State, in the amount of $10 per copy, to: 2012-13 Men’s Basketball Yearbook, 101-D Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, Pa., 16802. Yearbooks are shipped via Priority Mail.

Credits: The 2012-13 Yearbook was compiled, edited and designed by Brian Siegrist, editor. Jeff Nelson, executive editor, Barry Jones managing editor. Editorial assistance provided by Susan Bedsworth. Printed by: Nittany Valley Offset– State College, Pa. Photography: Mark Selders, Penn State Campus Photography, Steve Manuel, Tina Hay, Dick Brown, Gorman Findley, Penn State Public Information, Wagner Photography, Utah Jazz, Phoenix Suns, Washington Wizards, Milwaukee Bucks.

Covers: Design by Brian Siegrist; Photos by Mark Selders.

U.Ed.# ICA-13-8

MISSION STATEMENT History & Records Nittany Lion Basketball History_____________122 Records of Head Coaches________________123 Year-by-Year Records____________________127 Memorable Victories_____________________128 All-Time Great Players___________________130 Honors______________________________134 NCAA Tournament History________________138 NIT History___________________________142 Big Ten Tournament History_______________146 Attendance Records_____________________149 Facility History_________________________149 Bryce Jordan Center_____________________150 General Records_______________________152 Individual, Class, Team, Big Ten & Opponent Team Offensive Season Bests______________155 Team Defensive Season Bests_____________156 Big Ten Records________________________157 Opponent Records/Win & Loss Margins_______158 Milestone Games_______________________159 Multi-Faceted Achievements_______________159 Scoring Records_______________________160 1,000-Point Scorers_____________________162 Field Goal Records______________________165 Three-point Field Goal Records_____________166 Free Throw Records_____________________167 Rebounding Records____________________168

Assist Records_________________________169 Blocks Records________________________170 Steals Records________________________171 Double-Double Records__________________172 Season Leaders________________________174 Team Statistics Since 1986-87_____________175 Year-by-Year Results (Head Coach Bios)______176 vs. Ranked Teams______________________195 All-Time Lettermen______________________196

University Information Penn State University____________________198 President Dr. Rodney Erickson_____________200 Acting Dir. of Athletics Dr. David Joyner_______200 Penn State Traditions____________________201 Penn State Athletics_____________________202 Radio Network/State College Restaurants_____203 Athletic Communications_________________204 Radio/TV Chart_____________ Back Inside Cover

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2012-13 SCHEDULE

QUICK FACTS

All Times Eastern

UNIVERSITY

Date Opponent Time (ET) Television NOVEMBER Sat. 3 PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY (Exhibition) 4:00 p.m. BTN.com Fri. 9 SAINT FRANCIS (PA) 7:00 p.m. BTN.com Puerto Rico Tip-Off Tournament, Coliseo Ruben Rodriquez, Bayamón, PR Thur. 15 North Carolina State 5:00 p.m. ESPN2 Puerto Rico Tip-Off Tournament Fri. 16 Providence or Massachusetts TBD Puerto Rico Tip-Off Tournament Sun. 18 TBD TBD (Akron, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, UNC Asheville) Fri. 23 BUCKNELL 4:30 p.m. BTN.com Wed. 28 BOSTON COLLEGE (ACC/B1G Challenge) 9:15 p.m. ESPNU DECEMBER Sat. 1 PENNSYLVANIA 2:00 p.m. ESPN3 Wed. 5 at La Salle (at the Palestra) 7:00 p.m. Sat. 8 ARMY 4:00 p.m. BTN Sat. 15 DELAWARE STATE 2:00 p.m. BTN.com Sun. 23 NEW HAMPSHIRE 11:00 a.m. BTN Sat. 29 DUQUESNE 4:00 p.m. ESPN3 JANUARY Thur. 3 at Wisconsin 6:30/8:30 BTN Mon. 7 INDIANA 7:00 p.m. BTN Thur. 10 NORTHWESTERN 8:00 p.m. ESPNU Sun. 13 at Purdue TBD BTN Wed. 16 MICHIGAN STATE 7:00 p.m. BTN Sat. 19 NEBRASKA 1:00 p.m. ESPNU Wed. 23 at Indiana 7:00 p.m. BTN Sat. 26 OHIO STATE 12:00 p.m. ESPN2 Thur. 31 at Iowa 8:00 p.m. ESPNU FEBRUARY Tue. 5 PURDUE 7:00 p.m. BTN Sat. 9 at Nebraska 9:00 p.m. ESPNU Thur. 14 IOWA 9:00 p.m. ESPNU Sun. 17 at Michigan 12:00 p.m. BTN Thur. 21 at Illinois 8:15 p.m. BTN Wed. 27 MICHIGAN 6:30 p.m. BTN MARCH Sat./Sun. 2-3 at Minnesota 3 or 1/4 BTN/ESPN/CBS Thur. 7 at Northwestern 7:00 p.m. ESPNU Sun. 10 WISCONSIN 12:00 p.m. BTN Thur. 14 Fri. 15 Sat. 16 Sun. 17

2013 Big Ten Tournament – United Center, Chicago, Ill. First Round (BTN/ESPN2) 12:00, 2:30, 6:30, 9:00 Quarterfinals (ESPN, BTN) 12:00, 2:30, 6:30, 9:00 Semifinals (CBS) 1:40, 4:00 Championship (CBS) 3:30

Big Ten One Plays: Home: Ohio State, Michigan State; Away: Illinois, Minnesota

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Name: Location: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Conference: Division: Home Court (capacity): President: Acting Athletic Director: Ticket Office Phone:

The Pennsylvania State University University Park, Pa. 16802 1855 43,831 (38,205 undergraduate) Nittany Lions Blue & White Big Ten Conference NCAA Division I Bryce Jordan Center (15,261) Dr. Rodney Erickson Dr. David Joyner 1-800-NITTANY

BASKETBALL HISTORY

First Year of Basketball: 1897 All-time MBB Record: 1,361-1,066 (117th Season) Record In Bryce Jordan Center: 165-100 (17th Season) NCAA Tourn.Years (Record)/Last: 9 (9-11), 2011 NIT Years (Record)/Last: 10 (22-9), 2009 NIT Champions Big Ten Record: 117-248 (21st Season)

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Patrick Chambers (Philadelphia Univ. ‘94) Overall Record (yrs): 54-48 (4th year) Record at Penn State: 12-20 (2nd year) Basketball Office Phone: 814-865-5494 Best To Reach Coach: Through SID (814-865-1757) Assoc. Head Coach: Eugene Burroughs (Richmond, ‘94) Assistant Coaches: Keith Urgo (Fairfield, ‘02) Brian Daly (Saint Joseph’s, ‘92) Director of Basketball Ops: Ross Condon (Villanova, ‘07) Athletic Trainer: Jon Salazer Strength & Conditioning Coach: Brad Pantall

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Assoc. Dir. Athletic Comm./MBB Contact: Brian Siegrist E-Mail: tbs1@psu.edu; Cell: 814-777-5126 MBB Secondary Contact: Susan Bedsworth E-Mail: sjb5001@psu.edu; Cell: 814-308-2273 Athetic Media Relations Office: 814-865-1757 Bryce Jordan Center Press Row: 814-863-3294 Website: www.GoPSUsports.com Address: 101 D Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, PA 16802-7101 Twitter: @PSUSTRETCH & @PennStateMBB

2012-13 TEAM

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Starters Returning/Lost: 2011-12: 2012 Big Ten Finish: 2012 Big Ten Tournament:

9/4 3/2 12-20 (H: 10-7; A: 1-11; N: 1-2) T11th (4-14) 0-1, L, 75-58 vs (5) Indiana

2011-12 BIG TEN/NCAA RANKINGS:

Scoring: 61.8 (11th, 288th) Field Goal Percentage: 39.3 (12th, 325th) Three-Point Percentage: 31.1 (11th, 262nd) Free Throw Percentage: 68.6 (11th, 194th) Scoring Defense: 65.8 (8th, 127th) Field Goal Percentage Defense: 43.4 (8th, 181st) Rebounding: 33.9 (6th, NA); Reb. Margin: +1.9 (6th, 113th) Turnovers: 12.2 (NA, 62nd); Assists: 10.8 (11th, 305th) Steals: 6.8 (5th, 130th)


2012-13 PENN STATE BASKETBALL ROSTER NUMERICAL

BY ELIGIBILITY

No. Name

Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr./Elig. Hometown/High School

1

Akosa Maduegbunam

G

6-3

200

Fr./Fr.

Boston, Mass./Charlestown HS/Winchendon Sch.

2

D.J. Newbill

G

6-4

205

Jr./So.

Philadelphia, Pa./Strawberry Mansion

5

Donovon Jack

F

6-9

205

Fr./Fr.

Reading, Pa./Berks Catholic

10

Brandon Taylor

F

6-7

235

Fr./Fr.

Tabernacle, N.J./Trenton Catholic

11

Jermaine Marshall••

G

6-4

205

Sr./Jr.

14

Kevin Montminy•

G

6-3

185

So./So.

20

Nick Colella•

G

6-3

195

Sr./Sr.

New Castle, Pa./New Castle/PSU-Behrend

21

Sasa Borovnjak••

F

6-9

240

Sr./Jr.

Belgrade, Serbia/Veritas Christian (N.C.)

23

Tim Frazier•••

G

6-1

170

Sr./Sr.

Houston, Texas/Strake Jesuit

24

Zach Cooper

G

6-1

170

Jr./Jr.

Ijamsville, Md./Urbana/Gulf Coast State (CC)

25

Jon Graham•

F

6-8

225

Jr./So.

32

Patrick Ackerman•

F

6-11 220

So./So.

Rutland, Mass./Worcester Academy

34

Alan Wisniewski•

F

6-9

230

Jr./Jr.

Sterling Heights, Mich./Bishop Foley

43

Ross Travis•

F

6-6

225

So./So.

Etters, Pa./Red Land Centre Hall, Pa./Penns Valley Area

Baltimore, Md./Calvert Hall

SENIORS (2) 20 23

Nick Colella•_____________________ G Tim Frazier•••_____________________ G

JUNIORS (4) 11 21 24 34

Jermaine Marshall••________________ G Sasa Borovnjak••___________________F Zach Cooper_____________________ G Alan Wisniewski•___________________F

SOPHOMORES (5) 2 14 25 32 43

D.J. Newbill______________________ G Kevin Montminy•__________________ G Jonathan Graham•__________________F Patrick Ackerman•__________________F Ross Travis•_______________________F

FRESHMEN (3) 1 5 10

Akosa Maduegbunam_______________ G Donovon Jack_____________________F Brandon Taylor_____________________F

Chaska, Minn./Chaska

• = Letters Earned

BY STATE (COUNTRY) PENNSYLVANIA (5)

ALPHABETICAL No. Name

Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr./Elig. Hometown/High School

32

Patrick Ackerman•

F

6-11 220

So./So.

21

Sasa Borovnjak••

F

6-9

240

Sr./Jr.

Rutland, Mass./Worcester Academy Belgrade, Serbia/Veritas Christian (N.C.)

20

Nick Colella•

G

6-3

195

Sr./Sr.

New Castle, Pa./New Castle/PSU-Behrend

24

Zach Cooper

G

6-1

170

Jr./Jr.

Ijamsville, Md./Urbana/Gulf Coast State (CC)

23

Tim Frazier•••

G

6-1

170

Sr./Sr.

Houston, Texas/Strake Jesuit

25

Jon Graham•

F

6-8

225

Jr./So.

Baltimore, Md./Calvert Hall

5

Donovon Jack

F

6-9

205

Fr./Fr.

Reading, Pa./Berks Catholic

1

Akosa Maduegbunam

G

6-3

200

Fr./Fr.

Boston, Mass./Charlestown HS/Winchendon Sch.

11

Jermaine Marshall••

G

6-4

205

Sr./Jr.

Etters, Pa./Red Land

14

Kevin Montminy•

G

6-3

185

So./So.

2

D.J. Newbill

G

6-4

205

Jr./So.

Philadelphia, Pa./Strawberry Mansion

10

Brandon Taylor

F

6-7

235

Fr./Fr.

Tabernacle, N.J./Trenton Catholic

43

Ross Travis•

F

6-6

225

So./So.

34

Alan Wisniewski•

F

6-9

230

Jr./Jr.

COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF

Centre Hall, Pa./Penns Valley Area

Chaska, Minn./Chaska Sterling Heights, Mich./Bishop Foley

2 5 11 14 20

D.J. Newbill Donovon Jack Jermaine Marshall Kevin Montminy Nick Colella

MASSACHUSETTS (2) 1 32

Akosa Maduegbunam Patrick Ackerman

MARYLAND (2) 24 25

Zach Cooper Jon Graham

MICHIGAN (1) 34

Alan Wisniewski

MINNESOTA (1) 43

Ross Travis

NEW JERSEY (1) 10

Brandon Taylor

TEXAS (1) 23

Tim Frazier

INTERNATIONAL (SERBIA) (1) 21

Sasa Borovnjak

Head Coach: Patrick Chambers (2nd at PSU, 4th overall, Philadelphia University, ‘94) Associate Head Coach: Eugene Burroughs (Richmond, ‘ 94) Assistant Coaches: Keith Urgo (Fairfield, ‘02) & Brian Daly (Saint Joseph’s, ‘ 92) Director of Basketball Operations: Ross Condon (Villanova, ‘07) Strength Coach: Brad Pantall (Penn State, ‘96) Athletic Trainer: Jon Salazer (Penn State, ‘93) Video Coordinator: Adam Fisher (Penn State, ‘06)

PRONUNCIATIONS SASA BOROVNJAK

SAW-sha BOE-rov-KNEE-yak

AKOSA MADUEGBUNAM

Uh-COE-sa MAD-a-WAY-boo-nam

ALAN WISNIEWSKI WIZ-new-SKI

Undergraduate Student Coach: Billy Oliver

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SENIOR ALL-Big Ten Guard

tim frazier

The Big Ten’s top returner in scoring (18.8) and assists (6.2)

2012-13

SEASON PREVIEW Optimism is high for coach Patrick Chambers’ second campaign at Penn State. The Nittany Lions return 70 percent of their scoring and 60 percent of their rebounding from a transitional 2011-12 season that saw three freshmen and three sophomores earn 84 starts and witnessed the emergence of guard Tim Frazier among the best players in the nation. Chambers squeezed 12 wins out of one of the nation’s most inexperienced squads while installing a culture of all-out hustle, intense defense and positive attitude that fueled both his players and the Penn State fan base.

Entering last season, Penn State was much less sure of its footing with a new coach, one truly experienced player and looking to replace 80 percent of its scoring. The youth and inexperience showed in the Lions’ struggles to score. Penn State ranked 325th in the NCAA shooting 39.3 percent on the year and particularly struggled in road contests shooting 35 percent and averaging 55 ppg while going 2-13 away from the Jordan Center. Things were particularly tough early on the road as the Lions averaged 22 ppg in the first half of road contests and found themselves trailing by an average of 10 points at the half. Searching for a solution, Chambers employed 14 different starting line-ups on the year. In the more comfortable confines of the Jordan Center, Penn State’s youth was better. The Lions shot 42 percent and averaged 67.3 ppg at home. But, the young Lions went 3-7 in games decided by 10 points or less on the year. Penn State had just one home loss come by more than six points while dropping four Big Ten home games by six points or less on the year, including an 88-82 shootout with No. 12 Indiana, a 71-65 loss to No. 13 Michigan and a somewhat controversial 67-66 defeat at the hands of Northwestern. The benefit of those trials by fire will see Penn State return 70 percent of its scoring and 60 percent of its rebounding for 2012-13 as well as four returners that logged 16 or more starts last season and six players that averaged 16 minutes or more of action in Big Ten play. The Lions also claim the conference’s lone returning 2012 first-team All-Big Ten selection in Frazier who established himself among the elite guards in the nation after leading the Big Ten in assists (6.2) and finishing second in scoring (18.8) and steals (2.4) in his junior campaign. Penn State will look to balance out the explosive 6-1, guard’s production as he led the nation last year accounting for 58 percent of his team’s offense and was the only player in NCAA Division I to average at least 17 points and six assists per game.

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BACKCOURT

Much of the Lions’ optimism stems from Penn State’s guard play, which Chambers boldly tabbed “the best backcourt in the nation” in the spring. Joining Frazier, a senior who posted a Penn State season record 198 assists and still managed to rank fifth among major college players with 17 20-point games last year, will be Southern Mississippi transfer D.J. Newbill. The 6-4, sophomore sat out last season after posting 9.2 ppg and 6.2 rpg as a freshman for the Golden Eagles in 2010-11. Newbill, who Chambers says “brings a toughness we haven’t seen in a long time,” started 32 games at Southern Miss and posted six double-doubles to earn Conference USA All-Freshman Team honors. Junior guard Jermaine Marshall (6-4) is coming off the best year of his career finishing second on the team in scoring (10.8) and leading the team with 43 threes while posting four 20-point games. Marshall, who had a career-best 27 points in the Lions’ regular season finale vs. Michigan last year and trailed only Frazier (76) with 32 steals, is a much more mature and improved player this year. Penn State will also benefit from the return of senior Nick Colella (6-3) who earned a scholarship for his final campaign after starting six games and making 16 threes in Big Ten games last year. Freshman Akosa Maduegbunam (6-3) is a strong athlete who owns a team-best 35inch vertical and posted 18 points and six rebounds per game at the Winchendon School last year. Local product Kevin Montminy (6-3), a good shooter from Centre Hall, Pa., and new roster addition Zach Cooper (6-1) will add depth.

FRONTCOURT

Penn State’s frontcourt play began to stabilize and excel at the end of last season as firstyear players Jon Graham (6-8) and Ross Travis (6-6) started the last 17 and seven games, respectively, and both saw their play peak at the end of the year. Graham posted a pair of career-high point totals (10) and a career-high rebounding total (10) over a three-game stretch in February and averaged 5.3 ppg and 4.1 rpg over the final 10 games. He cut his weight down to 225 pounds in the summer and is much quicker and more explosive off the floor. Travis, who started 16 games last year, posted a career-high 15 points in the regular season finale vs. Michigan and averaged 7.7 ppg and 6.0 rpg over the final four games. He earned a reputation for all-out hustle in his first campaign and has worked hard to improve his perimeter shot. Junior Sasa Borovnjak (6-9) led Penn State shooting 56.5 percent last year and had a very productive off-season that saw the solid low-post scorer finally return to full strength after an ACL tear in 2010. The Lions added three-time first-team Pennsylvania Class AAA selection Donovon Jack (6-9) and Times of Trenton Player-of-the-Year Brandon Taylor (6-7) as part of the 2012 signing class. Jack is tremendously athletic and posted


RETURNERS’ STATISTICS

PTS REB AST

11 20 21 23 25

10.8 2.7 4.3 18.8 3.9

4.1 1.3 3.1 4.7 3.7

4.4

4.2

Jermaine Marshall Nick Colella Sasa Borovnjak Tim Frazier Jonathan Graham

43 Ross Travis

G/F G F G F F

6-4 6-3 6-9 6-1 6-8

205 195 240 170 225

6-6 225

1.1

6.2

STARTERS RETURNING (3) (last seasons stats): Junior GUArd JERMAINE MARSHALL

SOPHOMORE FORWARD JON GRAHAM

Tim Frazier, Sr., G, 6-1, 18.8 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 6.2 apg, 76 steals, 32 starts...First-team All-Big Ten...Led Big Ten in assists and second in scoring and steals...Led Penn State in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals...Set PSU season assists record (198)...17 20-point games...Led the nation responsible for 58% of team’s offense (scoring & assists)...only Div. 1 player to average at least 17 ppg and 6 apg in 2011-12. Jermaine Marshall, Jr., G, 6-4, 10.8 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 1.1 apg, 32 steals, 17 starts... Scored in double-digits in 20 games...Four 20-point games, including career-high 27 vs. Michigan (3/4)...Led team with 43 threes and second with 32 steals...11.7 ppg in Big Ten play. Jon Graham, So., F, 6-8, 3.9 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 19 blocks, 17 starts...Emerged late in year twice posting career-high point totals (10) and a career-high rebound total (10) after mid-February...Shot 51.1% and averaged 5.3 ppg and 4.1 rpg over the final 10 games.

OTHER KEY RETURNERS (3):

sophomore forward ROSS TRAVIS

JUNIOR FORWARD SASA BOROVNJAK

1,725 points in high school, while Taylor, a 1,000-point high school scorer, sculpted a Big Ten ready body down to 235 pounds in the summer and brings both perimeter and post scoring potential to the line-up. Sophomore Patrick Ackerman (6-11) is the Lion’s tallest player and the mobile big man made good progress in his first season. Junior Alan Wisniewski (6-9) adds depth.

SCHEDULE NOTES

Penn State will take on ESPN.com preseason No. 6 North Carolina State in its first game of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off, Nov. 15-18, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It will mark Penn State’s second-straight Top 10 foe in the non-con season under Patrick Chambers. Penn State faced No. 2-ranked and eventual national champion Kentucky in the Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament last year in Chambers’ first season at the helm. Chambers will be making his second trip to the Puerto Rico Tip-Off as a head coach. He led his Boston University team to a 1-2 mark in the 2009 Puerto Rico Tip-Off and downed Indiana in San Juan, 71-67, for his first victory as a head coach. The 2012 tournament will be the program’s first-ever trip to Puerto Rico and first regular season games outside of the contiguous United States since playing three games in the Seawolf Classic in Anchorage, Alaska in 1978. The Lions will face Boston College for the second-straight year in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Penn State won, 62-45, last year at B.C. and has won four of its last five Challenge games. Penn State will rekindle the oldest series in program history when it takes on Bucknell on Nov. 23 at the Jordan Center in the 100th meeting overall between the programs, which first met in 1897 in the first game in Lion program history. Bucknell is one of six Pennsylvania programs that dot the non-con schedule (including exhibition opponent Philadelphia U.) as Patrick Chambers has placed on emphasis on playing in-state opponents. One of those will also be La Salle, which Penn State will face at the Palestra in Philadelphia. It will mark the fifth time Penn State will play in Philadelphia in the last six years. Penn State will open its 21st Big Ten season on the road at Wisconsin on Jan. 3 and will take on pre-season top five ranked Indiana in its Big Ten home opener on Jan. 7

Sasa Borovnjak, Jr., F, 6-9, 4.3 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 56.6 FG%, 7 starts...Led team in field goal percentage...two double-figure scoring outings...returned from torn ACL in 2010-11 season. Nick Colella, Sr., FG 6-3, 2.7 ppg, 1.3 rpg, 6 starts...averaged 20.8 mpg in Big Ten games, making six starts...third on team with 16 threes in Big Ten games. Ross Travis, So., F, 6-6, 4.4 ppg, 4.2 rpg, 16 starts...Team’s second-leading rebounder...Five double-figure scoring games...career-high 15 points vs. Michigan in final regularseason game...8.3 ppg, 5.7 rpg & 70% FG% in final three regular season games... Led team in rebounding in seven games.

ROSTER ADDITIONS (5):

D.J. Newbill, So.-Transfer, G, 6-4...sat out 2011-12 season...started all 32 games as freshman at Southern Mississippi (9.2 ppg, 6.2 rpg)...2011 Conference USA All-Freshman Team...recorded six double-doubles and led team in rebounding 11 times...15 double-digit scoring games...2010 Pennsylvania Class AA Player of the Year (24.2 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 5.0 apg). Donovon Jack, Fr., F, 6-9, Berks Catholic, Reading, Pa.... Three-time first-team Pennsylvania Class AAA selection... Twice named Berks Player of the Year by the Reading Eagle...Finished his career with 1,725 points, the most ever by a player in the city of Reading...A left-hander...Averaged 17.0 ppg, 10.1 rpg and 2.5 bpg as he led Berks to the PIAA District III Class AAA title. Akosa Maduegbunam, Fr., G, 6-3, The Winchendon School, Boston, Mass.... Averaged 18 ppg, 6 rpg and 4 apg...earned NEPSAC AAA honorable mention honors... averaged 22.3 ppg, 8 rpg, 3 apg as a junior at Charlestown High School leading team to a 22-3 record and a Boston City League championship. Brandon Taylor, Fr., F, 6-7, Trenton Catholic, Tabernacle, N.J....career 1,000-point scorer...named the Times of Trenton Player of the Year...averaged 15.9 points and 9.5 rebounds per game in leading the Iron Mikes to the NJSIAA South Jersey Non-Public B championship game for the second straight year. Zach Cooper, Jr., G, 6-1, Ijamsville, Md., Gulf Coast State CC...preferred walk-on with two years of eligibility remaining.

KEY LOSSES (4):

Cammeron Woodyard, G, 6-5, 8.7 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 42 threes, 36.8%, 3P%, 18 starts... graduated with 387 career points. Billy Oliver, F, 6-8, 6.8 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 35 threes, 20 starts...Ended career with one season of eligibility remaining due to recurring concussion symptoms...220 career points. Trey Lewis, G, 6-1, 5.6 ppg, 1.4 rpg, 25 threes, 6 starts...transferred Matt Glover, G, 6-4, 2.8 ppg, 4.2 rpg, 27 steals, 21 starts...transferred

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2012-13 PRE-SEASON QUOTES FROM HEAD COACH PATRICK CHAMBERS

PRE-SEASON NOTES

Q: On his off-season knee surgery: A: It’s gone great. It’s just great to walk. I’ve got to tell you, it was a humbling experience being on crutches for two months not being able to pick up your kids and not being able to do the little things that you do in life. I was able to take a couple days off to take walks on the beach, push the stroller and take a bike ride. I’m ready for practice.

FRAZIER CLOSING ON 1,00O POINTS/ASSIST RECORD:

Q: On his first season at Penn State: A: We’ve laid a foundation of attitude and what that means to everybody on the outside world is playing hard, hustling, diving, taking charges and doing whatever is necessary to grind and show some grit out there. Maybe it didn’t reflect in our record and maybe it didn’t reflect on the scoreboard, but I felt like those kids really competed and they really tried. They came every day regardless of only having four wins in the Big Ten. They came; they competed; they wanted to get better; they were excited about the direction we’re headed in and that’s all you can ask for. With the guys that we had together and the youth that we had on the team, I felt like we were the best team that we could be by the end of the year. Q: On what he learned from last year: A: I learned a lot about their courage and their heart. I learned a lot about Tim Frazier and who he was and who he is becoming, and he still has room for growth. It’s good to see that they want to be good. They want to be successful and that’s what our locker room is, because it starts in the locker room. When the locker room’s cohesive, if it’s tight and there’s good chemistry, you’re going to see the domino affect onto the floor. Q: On his outlook on the 2012-13 season: A: We should be better. The mindset is different this year. We have a very cohesive unit that really like each other and want to be together. They know everything now, our terminology and expectations. The learning curve is very small and the comfort level with me is different. We are going to run and open it up a little bit. We will look to get stops and get run-outs off the stops. We have to play with confidence and freely. Q: On Tim Frazier: A: At Deron Williams, he played so well there. Then he goes to LeBron James and every step of the way he’s had an amazing summer as far as development and maturity. He has really taken ownership of this program. That is the greatest thing. I see that as an All Big Ten player, he’s only going to continue to get better because he hasn’t gotten there yet. Everybody thinks he’s arrived, but he hasn’t arrived yet. Q: On D.J. Newbill: A: He’s going to open up space. He is a weapon. They have to worry about D.J. He’s 6-4, 205 pounds. The guy is a running back in the NFL is what he is. He is so talented, so gifted, high IQ for the game, and he can get a shot whenever he wants it. Five guys can’t cover Tim Frazier any more. I think it’s going to help Tim and also it’s going to give Tim a little bit of a break, because D.J. can play the point as well. Q: On the backcourt and Jermaine Marshall: A: I am really excited about those three guys right there (Frazier, Newbill and Marshall). I think the light has come on for Jermaine Marshall. He’s going on his fourth year. He’s grown up. He’s matured. He had a great summer, academically and athletically. He’s jumping higher than he ever has and his threes have gotten better. We need him to stretch the defense a little bit. He’s probably our best shooter as far as three-point shooting. Q: On returning frontcourt players: A: Jon (Graham) looks terrific and is right where he needs to be. He is moving better, is quicker and I expect him to have a good year. It’s great to see Sasa (Borovnjak) back at 100 percent, getting better and he understands he can’t play just one end of the floor. Ross (Travis) has worked very hard on his jump shot and handle and is really a guard who likes to mix it up with the bigs. We love his effort and versatility.

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Senior guard Tim Frazier, the only first-team All-Big Ten selection returning in 2012-13, will enter the season with 970 career points, just 30 shy of becoming Penn State’s 30th 1,000-point scorer in program history. Frazier posted 602 points last season, the seventh-best total in program history, and is on pace to finish among the top five scorers in program history. Frazier also enters the season with 444 career assists, the seventh-best total in program history, and 134 steals, good for ninth all-time. Coming off a PSU season record 198 assists last year, Frazier is well within range of eclipsing the 20-year old career assist mark of 600 set by Freddie Barnes (1989-92). His 76 steals last year rank as the fifth-best season total in program history and put him on pace to become just the fourth Lion to record 200 career steals.

WHAT A YEAR:

Senior Tim Frazier returns for his final campaign after one of the finest statistical seasons in Penn State history. Some of the highlights: • First Lion to lead the Big Ten in assists and just the third to lead the conference in steals in conference games. • Only NCAA Div. I player to average at least 17 points and six assists per game. • His 19.6 ppg average in conference play ranked second, just 0.4 shy of earning the Big Ten scoring title. • Ranked first in assists (5.6), first in steals (2.4), second in scoring, second in minutes played (38.0) and third in free throw percentage (87.4) in Big Ten Conference games. • Third Lion to lead the team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals in the same season and first to post a top 10 season in each. • Set a Penn State season record 198 assists and ranked 14th in the NCAA (6.2). • Posted the seventh-best point total in Lion history with 602 – just the fifth PSU player to eclipse 600 points in a season. • Fifth among major conference players with 17 20-point games (12 in Big Ten play). • Led the nation accounting for 58 percent of the Lions’ offense with his combined field goals (208) and assists (198). • Improved his scoring average by 12.5 ppg, the second-largest increase in the Big Ten in the last 15 seasons.

FRAZIER’S BIG SUMMER:

Tim Frazier had a big summer playing against the nation’s top collegiate players as he was invited to attend the Deron Williams Skills Academy in June in Chicago and the LeBron James Skills Academy in Las Vegas in July. Both events were conducted by Nike. One of just two Big Ten guards and 16 top collegiate guards overall invited to attend the Williams camp, Frazier excelled to earn an invitation to the James Academy, which featured 25 top collegiate players (guards, wings and posts) that

advanced from the earlier Williams, Kevin Durant and Amare Stoudemire Skills Academies. While in Las Vegas, players shared practice and competition space with players from the U.S. Olympic Team, which made its final selections during the same period in Las Vegas, and had regular interactions with three-time NBA MVP James and many of the NBA All-Stars that competed on the Olympic Team.

NEWBILL EYES RETURN:

Sophomore guard D.J. Newbill (6-4) has his eyes set on Nov. 9 as his first return to official collegiate competition in 20 months. Newbill sat out the 2011-12 season after transferring from Southern Mississippi in late August of 2011. He started all 32 games as freshman at Southern Miss, posting 9.2 ppg and 6.2 rpg to be named to the 2011 Conference USA All-Freshman Team. The 2010 Pennsylvania Class AA Player of the Year (24.2 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 5.0 apg) out of Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion HS, he recorded six double-doubles and 15 double-digit scoring games at Southern Miss and led team in rebounding 11 times. Newbill has reshaped his body going from 220 pounds down to 205 and reducing his body fat to 7.8 percent.

CHAMBERS HAS AN EVENTFUL OFF-SEASON:

It was an eventful off-season for head coach Patrick Chambers as he and wife, Courtney, welcomed their third child, Caitlin, to the family on March 23, he underwent reconstructive knee surgery on his left leg on May 11 and his father, John “Rube”, passed away on June 11 after a long battle with Alzheimers. Chambers underwent arthroplastic surgery, which involved resetting the top of the tibia below the knee to change the angle of the joint. The energetic coach was limited to riding a scooter and nonweight bearing crutches for six weeks and was on crutches for two months. He began walking short distances without crutches on July 6 and after months of rehab returned to normal mobility in August.

COLella Earns Scholarship:

Senior guard Nick Colella will finish his career on scholarship as coach Patrick Chambers renewed the grant he gave the former walk-on for the 2012 spring semester. Colella began his career at the Division III Penn State-Behrend campus before joining the team as a walk-on prior to the 2010-11 season. He served briefly as a practice player with the Lady Lions in his first month on campus before going through the try-out process. Colella started six Big Ten games last year, including hitting three treys for nine points in 37 minutes of his first career start at Michigan State (2/8). He made 16 threes in Big Ten games, third-most on team, and posted two double-digit scoring games in Big Ten play, playing 16 minutes or more in 13 Big Ten games and averaging 20.8 mpg in conference play. He hit a career-best 3-of-5 from three for a careerhigh 11 points at No. 11 Indiana (1/22).


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WELCOME TO

HOOPS VALLEY

A record 6,000+ students made the Jordan Center rock when Penn State faced No. 1-ranked Ohio State in 2011.

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“Nittany Nation is probably the best group of fans in the country. They’re very energetic, passionate and loyal, which is what you want in your fans. They’re a very important sixth man. They’re with us through thick and thin. That’s the kind of fan base you want.” – Jon Graham

NITTANY NATION

Penn State’s student section, Nittany Nation, was voted one of the Top 25 student sections in the nation by The Bleacher Report (2011).

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BRYCE JORDAN CENTER

15,403, the sixth-largest crowd in Penn State history, packed the BJC To see the Lions face No. 1-ranked Ohio State in 2011.

The 15,261-seat Bryce Jordan Center Rocks During Basketball Season And Throughout The Year With Concerts And Events.

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“They are really diehard fans. It really just helps you out knowing there are people that just genuinely care about you and want you to be the best you can be.” – Tim Frazier

“The fans are huge. Some say they’re the sixth man. Home court advantage is always big, especially in our conference. It’s tough to win on the road. We get a lot of people at our games and it gets pretty loud.”

– Jermaine Marshall

HOME SWEET HOME

Penn State practices, eats, strength trains, plays, and has its basketball offices, as well as those of the athletic department, in the Bryce Jordan Center, which was completed in 1996 at a cost of $55 million.

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FABULOUS

BASKETBALL

FACILITIES

Penn State boasts some of the finest basketball facilities in the nation. From the locker room, training room, weight room and players’ lounge to top film study facilities and one of the finest practice gyms, it Is all located just steps apart within the walls of the Bryce Jordan Center.

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“We’ve got everything you need. We’ve got things like the gun to work on your jump shot. We have 24-hour access, which is great.” – Jermaine Marshall

“I went on a few visits before I came here, the facilities just don’t compare. We have top of the line stuff and everything we need to succeed is here.” – Ross Travis

“I think everything here is more than a basketball player could ask for. We’re spoiled and take advantage of it. The Bryce Jordan Center is home. The weight room facility is great and we always go hard in there.” –Akosa Maduegbunam

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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

GET YOUR

DEGREE USA Today rated Penn State as the BEST school in the nation in the graduation of its student athletes.

Penn State ranked first in graduation rate of studentathetes among the nation’s division 1-A public institutions in 2002, 2004 & 2006 and was second in 2009.

Junior College Transfer Stanley pringle led the Big Ten in Three-Point Shooting before earning his degree in 2009.

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“The academic support here is second to none. There is no excuse to do poorly with the support team we’ve got here.”

MORGAN ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER

The Morgan Academic Support Center, located in the Bank of America Building on the Penn State campus, houses academic advisors for all 31 Penn State Athletic teams as well as tutors, study spaces and computer facilities utilized by the Nittany Lion team.

– Billy Oliver

GRADUATE

All five Nittany Lions seniors graduated in 2011, including Penn State all-time leading scorer Talor Battle (below left).

As the academic advisor for Penn State Men’s Basketball, Dr. Sue Sherburne provides academic guidance and support and monitors the academic progress of all Nittany Lion players.

LEADING graduation SUCCESS RATE Penn State men’s basketball earned a 90 percent Graduation Success Rate (GSR), wich ranked second in the Big Ten, according to NCAA data released in 2011. Penn State student-athletes as a whole earned a GSR of 88 percent, compared to an 80 percent average for all Division I-A institutions.

BIG TEN LEADER Penn State basketball’s NCAA multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) score of 980 through 2010-11 was 30 points higher than the Division I men’s basketball average. The Lions previous score of 995 tied for the best among men’s basketball teams in the Big Ten.

96% WITH DIPLOMAS

PENN STATE RANKS

... tied for first as the nation’s best public institution, according to a U.S. News & World Report survey of high school students (2004). ...40th among the world’s top 100 global institutions by Newsweek (2006).

Report’s 2002 College Sports Honor Roll for athletic and academic achievement. ...No. 14 among all U.S. public universities by U.S. News & World Report (2007).

... seventh among the “Top 10 Best U.S. National Universities,” according to Washington Monthly (2009).

...tied for fourth nationally among public institutions and 11th overall in a listing of the best universities in the nation according to a 2003 Gallup poll.

...as one of only 10 NCAA Division I-A institutions to be selected for U.S. News & World

...among the nation’s top “Hot Schools,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

Ninety-six percent of all Penn State student-athletes earn a diploma.

Academic All-Big Ten Penn State basketball has had 59 Academic All-Big Ten selections since joining the conference in 1993. Penn State had a record eight players earn Academic All-Big Ten recognition in 2006-07 to lead the conference.

Academic All-Americans Penn State has had six Academic All-America selections, including 1995 Academic All-American of the Year, John Amaechi.

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WE ARE

FAMILY

Faith, Attitude & Family are the hallmarks on which the Penn state program is built “I have classmates saying ‘good luck today,’ teachers saying ‘good luck today.’ People know who you are. Penn State is really just a big family.” – Tim Frazier

“It’s really great being a part of the Penn State family. All the people in the Penn State basketball community care and want to see you succeed. It makes it easy to come to school here and play basketball here.” – D.J. Newbill

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“Penn State basketball is truly a family. We have a brotherhood in the locker room. I feel like I have big brothers, since I’m just a freshman. It’s very welcoming. Anyone could come in and appreciate it. It’s a truly humbling experience.”

– Akosa Maduegbunam

SENIOR DAY

Penn State “Senior Day” in the Bryce Jordan Center is always special as players share a unique moment with their families, coaches and an appreciative crowd.

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HAPPY VALLEY

A GREAT

PLACE TO BE State College was ranked No. 1 in 2008 and No. 2 in 2009 among college towns with a population smaller than 250,000 by The American Institute for Economic Research.

Jay-Z is one of the many top national acts to take the stage at Penn state’s bryce jordan center, one of the top grossing venues of its size in the world.

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NATION’S TOP ACTS PLAY HERE

Whether your looking for R&B, Rap, Rock, Country, Pop, Heavy Metal, Alternative or Comedy, the top music and entertainment acts in the nation make regular stops at the Bryce Jordan Center.

STATE COLLEGE, PA. DID YOU KNOW?

1) State College is in the geographic center of Pennsylvania just a few hours drive from Philadelphia and Pittsburgh as well as short drives to New York City, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. 2) State College has approximately 120,000 inhabitants, including Penn State students. 3)

State College has long been ranked among the safest metropolitan areas in the nation. In 2009, the Congressional Quarterly ranked the State College Metropolitan Area as the safest in the country. The annual report uses FBI crime statistics collected from local law enforcement agencies.

4)

State College is regularly rated among the most liveable metropolitan areas in the nation and was rated the most liveable in Pennsylvania and no. 19 nationally by Money Magazine and among the “50 Smartest Places To Live” by Kiplinger’s.

5) The University Park Airport has daily flights to Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Detroit and Washington, D.C.

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IN THE COMMUNITY

GIVING BACK Penn state players are an active presence in the community visiting hospitals, supporting special olympics and THON, collecting food and numerous other ways.

the nittany lions ANNUALLY visit the hershey cancer institute, two hours south of campus, Bringing gifts and encouragement to Adult and pediatric patients battling cancer.

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“We’re going to recruit kids that are serious about their degrees, that love to play basketball, that will represent Penn State with integrity and will be out in the community and work charities and do whatever we can to help the area.” – Patrick Chambers

Coach Chambers and the nittany lions support the dancers at the 2012 dance marathon.

Penn State players are encouraged to get involved in the State College community AND the Penn State campus. The Nittany Lions are strong supporters of Penn state’s dance marathon and regularly host four diamonds kids fighting pediatric cancer. Players have helped collect hundreds of coats for the needy in “Operation Warm” and thousands of pounds of food for the State College Food Bank. They have also participated in local school reading programs, meet regularly with the Penn State Hoops Club and give their time to numerous community events. PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 23


GREAT

COACHING

Penn State boasts a young and energetic coaching staff that has learned from some of the greatest coaches in the game.

“This is one of the best coaching staffs that I have been around in my years of playing basketball. They are high energy. They teach the game really well, and I believe that they will help me get better.”

– D.J. Newbill

head coach patrick chambers helped guide villanova to the 2009 NCAA final four and led boston university to a 42-28 mark and the 2011 ncaa tournament In two seasons leading the terriers. He has coached in six NCAA Tournaments and a total of 17 ncaa tournament games in his eight-year career. 24 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL


“We are in this together. I am opening up myself to them (players) and I hope they will open themselves to me. This is about building trust. I want them to get to know me and know who I am at my core. I try to be very direct. I’m not into mind games. I want them to see the real me and who I am, so we can have a trust.” – Patrick Chambers

“The coaching staff is great. They have helped me so much. They have taught me about hard work, leadership, responsibility and have really helped my game. Every day they always have a lesson to teach me and are making sure I’m always doing what I am supposed to do.” – Akosa Maduegbunam

EUGENE BURROUGHS, Associate Head Coach

Burroughs is in his 17th season of collegiate coaching, having previously served as associate head coach at Navy. As a player, Burroughs helped lead Richmond to the first-ever victory for a No. 15 seed over a No. 2 seed (Syracuse) in the NCAA Tournament.

KEITH URGO, Assistant coach

Urgo spent four seasons on the staff at Villanova helping lead the Wildcats to the NCAA Tournament every year, including the 2009 NCAA Final Four.

BRIAN DALY, Assistant Coach

Daly was a standout player at Saint Joseph’s and was associate head coach at Boston University under Patrick Chambers.

“Our coaching staff is 100 percent devoted. They want to see us succeed. They want the best for us, not just on the court but off the court with academics and everything else.”

– Jon Graham

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NITTANY LION

STRENGTH & SPEED NEARLY 80 PERCENT OF THE NITTANY LION TEAM SCORED ABOVE AVERAGE IN ALL THE NBA COMBINE PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT TESTING PROTOCOL IN PLACE FOR THE NBA DRAFT.

BASKETBALL STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH BRAD PANTALL IS DEDICATED SOLElY TO THE PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE NITTANY LION PLAYERS, UTILIZING A YEAR-ROUND, SPORT SPECIFIC PROGRAM.

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“Coach Pantall has pushed me to places I never thought I could go. He’s proved to me I can go even further. He wants to see everyone get stronger, improve their game and get to the highest level.” – Brandon Taylor

MAJOR GAINS

The Penn State Basketball Physical Development Program headed by former Nittany Lion football player and certified USA weightlifting coach Brad Pantall is centered and structured around HARD WORK and MAXIMUM EFFORT. The Penn State training approach incorporates individualized, sport-specific, year-round, comprehensive and progressive physical development that is “need based” and is on the cutting edge of research, development and professional integrity. The Penn State physical development program addresses sport-specific speed, agility, power, strength, conditioning and flexibility. Our objective is not only to provide a sport-specific, systematic approach to all facets of training, but to do so as efficiently, productively and safely as possible. Penn State is not only committed to coaching, teaching and developing our athletes physical/athletic ability, but also to provide an environment conducive to the development of discipline, accountability and leadership skills for reaching optimum physical and mental pontential and toughness. The Penn State Basketball Strength and Conditioning program leads by example, to out

work and out hustle, and bring a relentless, tireless, winning and overachieving attitude to work everyday. All training is documented, goal oriented and comprehensive with the goals of maximal physical development, injury prevention, mental toughness, leadership development and skill, professional preparation and career longevity in mind. Coach Brad Pantall is committed solely to the year-round development of the program and the Nittany Lion basketball players. He earned his degree in Sports Science from Penn State in 1996 and earned his master’s degree from Penn State in Counseling and Education in 1999. He has worked in strength and conditioning at Penn State since 1996, spending time with each of the University’s 29 sports programs and working as a graduate assistant under head football strength and conditioning coach John Thomas for three years. He is a member of the National Association of Speed and Explosion for which he serves as the state director overseeing camps, clinics and certifications. He has also worked with the strength and conditioning programs of the NFL’s Washington Redskins and Cincinnati Bengals.

TIM FRAZIER (senior): Added 18 reps to his 185-pound bench press since arriving at Penn State and can now do 19, one shy of the 2012 NBA Combine best...improved his max bench press by more than 115 pounds to over 300 pounds entering his final season...posted a pro-lane agility time (10.0) and 3/4 court sprint time (3.09) better than the NBA combine bests...has added 30 pounds of muscle since arriving at Penn State. JON GRAHAM (redshirt sophomore): Added four inches to his vertical leap...added 11 reps to his 185-pound bench press to now be able to perform a team high 24, far above the 2012 NBA Combine best of 20..increased his max bench press from 215 to 325. ROSS TRAVIS (sophomore): Added 20 pounds of muscle while also increasing his vertical leap by two inches and improving his 185-pound bench press by eight reps to 15. NICK COLELLA (senior): Added more than six inches to his vertical leap and improved his pro-lane agility time to 10.0, tying the Penn State team record and beating the 2012 NBA Combine best...improved his bench press by 75 pounds to over 300 pounds. SASA BOROVNJAK (junior): Cut his weight from 242 to 230 pounds and reduced his body fat by five percent...Improved his bench over 300 pounds while cutting one second off his pro-lane agility time. FOUR PENN STATE PLAYERS CAN BENCH PRESS OVER 300 POUNDS.

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MEDIA EXPOSURE PENN STATE WILL have at least 23 games televised to a national audience in 2012-13. The nittany lions have appeared on one of the ESPN networks 40 times in the last FIVE seasons.

penn state basketball: IN THE PAINT is a television program that airs during the season consisting of features on players, coaches and the program as well as highlights of recent Nittany Lion games. The half hour program airs across the state of Pennsylvania and in several markets nationally, including in cities such as New York, Detroit, Chicago and Washington D.C. It gives players a unique opportunity to star in front of the camera and provides a stimulating and cutting-edge record of each season.

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Penn State Basketball has a large media following across Pennsylvania, the region and the nation. Major newspapers in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Altoona and the state capital of Harrisburg cover Penn State. State College’s Centre Daily Times and publications such as Fight On State, Blue-White Illustrated and Lions247 provide extensive coverage both in print and on the internet. These outlets have a combined circulation of nearly three million. Penn State games are regularly featured on national television outlets such as CBS, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and BTN and the Nittany Lions have appeared on national TV over 100 times in the last decade, including 40 appearances on one of the ESPN networks in the last five years. Since the launch of the Big Ten Network, every Penn State home game has been available to a national audience and every Big Ten conference game will be televised nationally on CBS, an ESPN platform or the Big Ten Network. In June 2006, the Big Ten signed a new 10-year national rights contract with ABC/ESPN. The agreement doubles the amount of mid-week games featured, as ESPN or ESPN2 will air a weekly contest on both Tuesday and Thursday during the conference season, while also showing contests on Saturday and Sunday.

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THE BIG TEN AMERICA’S BEST CONFERENCE

IN 2011-12, THE BIG TEN LED THE NATION IN ATTENDANCE FOR THE 36TH STRAIGHT SEASON WITH Record attendance of MORE THAN 2.8 MILLION FANS, The 20th straight season over 2 million.

The Big ten pLACED sIX teams in the 2012 ncaa tournament and has more appearances (209) in the ncaa tournament than any conference in the country.

THE BIG TEN TOURNAMENT

Penn state played in front of More than 68,000 fans in four days at conseco fieldhouse in indianapolis as the lions reached the championship game of the 2011 Big Ten Tournament.

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• A Big Ten team has competed in the Final Four in five of the last eight years. • Five times in the last 12 years a Big Ten program has advanced to the national championship game, the last coming with Michigan State in 2009. Eight different Big Ten teams have played for the national title. • The Big Ten has recorded the second-most victories in the NCAA Tournament with 331. • The Big Ten averaged 12,868 fans per game in 2011-12, more than 1,300 per game more than the next closest conference.

THE BIG TEN NETWORK

THE FIRST CONFERENCE NETWORK

Available to more than 90 million households in the United States and Canada, BTN is the first nationally distributed network dedicated to covering one of the premier collegiate conferences in the country. BTN is on the air 24 hours per day, 365 days a year with more than 900 live events, all in high definition, as well as original programming such as the Emmy nominated documentary The Journey. The network is the ultimate destination for Big Ten fans and alumni across the country, allowing them to see their favorite teams regardless of where they live. The Big Ten Network will NATIONALLY DISTRIBUTE more than 105 Big Ten men’s basketball games in 2012-13. In recent years, 97 percent of Big Ten games have been televised or streamed. The Network’s website, BTN.com, will live stream numerous non-conference men’s basketball games, plus all exhibition games. The Big Ten will receive television or internet coverage for every single home men’s basketball game for the fifth straight year. All intra-conference games on the network will be distributed on a NATIONAL basis. Men’s Big Ten Conference games will be shown on the Network every day of the week except Monday and Friday with a minimum of three games appearing on the weekends.

Big Ten Network Notes:

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Distributed to more than 90 million households nationwide and 19 of the top 20 markets in the nation. Available in over 90% of cable, satellite and telco homes in the Big Ten region. The network currently has agreements with more than 300 affiliates. Carries more than 105 regular season men’s basketball games. Features a nightly studio show with segments from each campus. BTN launched the Big Ten Digital Network in 2011, streaming hundreds of live events that are not televised on BTN.

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PLAYING IN THE

POST SEASON CHAMPIONS

IN THE PAST FOUR YEARS, PENN STATE HAS WON AN NIT TITLE, REACHED THE BIG TEN TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME & PLAYED IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT.

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NITTANY NATION

Thirty-six bus loads of Penn State fans turned Madison Square Garden white as Penn State won the 2009 NIT title.

Talor Battle scores vs. Temple in the 2011 NCAA Tournament in Tucson, Arizon.

Joe Crispin scores in a win over Providence in the 2001 NCAA Tournament.

Titus Ivory scores over a North Carolina player in Penn State’s victory over the Tar Heels in the 2001 NCAA Tournament

Stanley Pringle cuts down the net following Penn State’s 2009 NIT Championship victory in Madison Square Garden.

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Talor battle was a two-time NABC & USBWA All-distriCt first team selection.

ALL BIG TEN PLAYERS

PENN STATE has had 31 first, second or Third team All-Big Ten selections since joining the conference in 1993.

BACK-TO-BACK fIRST TEAM all-big ten

Tim FRazier earned first-team All-big ten honors in 2012 following his junior season, while Talor Battle was named to the All-Big Ten first team in 2011 and 2009 during a standout career that saw him finish 10th all-time in scoring in Big ten conference history. Geary Claxton was a 2005 Big Ten AllFreshmen team pick and was selected to two All-Big Ten teams. 34 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL


Penn State has earned Big Ten Conference honors for Big Ten Freshman-of-the-Year, Big Ten Defensive Player-of-the-Year, Big Ten Coach-of-the-Year & has had six players named first-team All-Big Ten.

FIRST-TEAM ALL-BIG TEN

Tim Frazier 2012 first-team All-Big Ten

Talor Battle 2009 & 2011 first-team All-Big Ten

Joe Crispin 2001 first-team All-Big Ten

Jarrett Stephens 2000 first-team All-Big Ten

Matt Gaudio 1996 first-team All-Big Ten

John Amaechi 1995 first-team All-Big Ten

BIG TEN FRESHMAN-OF-THE-YEAR

Jamelle Cornley was named the 2006 Big Ten Freshman-of-the-Year and was a two-time All-Big Ten team selection.

BIG TEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR

Calvin Booth was named the Big Ten Defensive Player-of-theYear in 1998 and ended his career as the conference’s all-time leading shot blocker.

Dan Earl was selected to two All-Big Ten teams

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PICTURE PERFECT CAMPUS

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With more than 44,000 students, 12,000 trees & 750 buildings, the penn state campus is its own idYLlic little city nestled in happy valley.


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BASKETBALL

ENDOWMENT PROGRAM

Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics would like to thank our generous donors for their commitment and financial support of our Forever Blue & White endowment program. We are grateful for their support. Below is a listing of our men’s basketball scholarships. If you would like to explore giving opportunities with our men’s basketball program, please contact one of our major gift officers at 814-863-GIFT (4438).

Power Forward

Forward

John & Nancy Steimer

David W. Angstadt

Point Guard

David E. & Jane A. Zazworsky

Point Guard

Kay F. Kustanbauter

Center

Center Guard

Guard

Forward

Anonymous Men’s Basketball Scholarship (2) Henry G. Beamer, III, Men’s Basketball Scholarship Wayne and Elizabeth Breisch Family Endowed Scholarship for Men’s Basketball Donald G. and Mona S. Cotner Family Men’s Basketball Scholarship Mario J. and Orlie S. Ferretti Endowed Scholarship for Men’s Basketball Ronald L. and Carole A. Griffith Endowed Men’s Basketball Scholarship Edward Haag Basketball Scholarship Fund Earl Hoffman Jr./Hoffman Ford Endowed Men’s Basketball Scholarship Brian Dennison Holman Men’s Basketball Memorial Scholarship Andrew B. Jordon Endowed Scholarship for Men’s Basketball Thomas R. Kahl Men’s Basketball Memorial Scholarship 38 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

Forward

The Krentzman Family Men’s Basketball Scholarship L.A.M. Endowed Men’s Basketball Scholarship Harold and Lois Pellow Endowed Men’s Basketball Scholarship John and Lynda Powell Men’s Basketball Scholarship Raymond Shibley Men’s Basketball Endowment Lynn Shoop Blue Band/Men’s Basketball Endowment James and Jill Smeltzer Family Endowed Men’s Basketball Scholarship Stephen R. Smith and Eileen Baumgarten Smith Endowed Men’s Basketball Scholarship Joseph A. Sullivan Men’s Basketball Scholarship Thomas J. Wilkinson Men’s Basketball Scholarship


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FORWARD POSITION

6-11 HEIGHT

220 WEIGHT

SOPHOMORE YEAR

UNDEClared

PAT

ACKERMAN A strong defensive and rebounding presence around the rim with the athleticism to run the floor, Ackerman devoted his first season in the program to adding muscle to his 6-11 frame, expanding his offensive repertoire and learning Patrick Chambers’ defensive principles. A coach’s son, he possesses a nice 15 to 17-foot face-up jumper and the skill and versatility to pull opposing big men away from the basket as well as shot blocking skills. Ackerman will continue to prepare his body for the physical rigors of the Big Ten and look to expand his role in his second season in the program.

MAJOR

Rutland, Mass. HOMETOWN

Worcester Academy HIGH SCHOOL

Oct. 30, 1991 BIRTHDATE

Gretchen & Tom PARENTS

Meghann SIBLINGS

Ackerman’s Father, Tom, Was Head Coach at NCAA Div. II Programs Mansfield University & Assumption College NOTABLE

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“Pat had a great off-season. He continued to work hard in the weight room changing his body and developing his game on the floor. He has great size and a number of skills, and we look forward to seeing his continued development in his second season.”

– Patrick Chambers


CAREER HIGHS Points:

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Rebounds: 3

at Boston College (11/30/11)

Assists: Blocks: Minutes: 5

at Ohio State (1/25/12)

Steals: Field Goals: Field goal Attempts:

1, three times,

last at Ohio State (1/25/12)

Field goal Percentage: 3-PoinTers Made: 3-PoinT Attempts: 3-Point Percentage: Free Throws Made: Free throw Attempts: Free Throw Percentage:

2011-12 • FRESHMAN Ackerman saw limited action in 12 games, five in Big Ten play, playing a total of 26 minutes…recorded five rebounds with a season-high three at Boston College…worked hard in practice to improve his post game and in the weight room to add strength and bulk to his 6-11 frame… worked with coach Brad Pantall to add 15 pounds to his frame.

HIGH SCHOOL Tabbed a three-star recruit by Rivals. com and ranked among the top 20 seniorto-be prospects in his region according to the New England Recruiting Report, Ackerman was a standout for the Hilltoppers at Worcester Academy…was nominated for the 2011 McDonald’s All-American basketball game...had a breakout summer on the AAU circuit, earning All-Tournament Team honors at the GymRat Challenge in Albany, N.Y. in the summer prior to his se-

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nior year…Ackerman grew two inches and added 25 pounds of muscle between his sophomore and junior seasons...averaged 10 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 2.5 blocks per game as a junior.

OFF THE COURT

PERSONAL The son of Tom and Gretchen Ackerman…born October 30, 1991 in Wellsboro, Pa.…has an older sister, Meghann (26)… father was a high school and college basketball coach serving head coaching stints at NCAA Division II programs Mansfield University (north central Pennsylvania) and Assumption College (Worcester, Mass.)… Tom earned PSAC East Coach-of-the-Year honors in 1995 and 1997 while at Mansfield and led the Mounties to a No. 10 national ranking and the 1997 NCAA Tournament… he was head coach at Assumption from 1999-00 to 2004-05, leading the Greyhounds to a regular season conference title in 2002...considering a recreation, parks and tourism management major.

FAVORITES: Athlete: Paul Pierce Pro Team: Boston Red Sox Food: Mom’s Mac & Cheese TV Show: ESPN SportsCenter Actor: Will Ferrell Hobbies: Golf & video games Book: Harry Potter Movie: Forrest Gump Actress: Eva Mendes Music Group: Lil’ Wayne If I could spend one day with anyone in history: Mike Tyson Person I most admire: My parents

CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL 3-POINT REBOUNDS YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 2011-12 12 0 26 2.2 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 5 5 0.4 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0.0

YEAR 2011-12

ACKERMAN’S BIG TEN CAREER STATISTICS

GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT 5 0 8 2.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 0 1 1 0.3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

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FORWARD POSITION

6-9 HEIGHT

240 WEIGHT

RS-JUNIOR YEAR

MARKETING MAJOR

belgrade, serbia HOMETOWN

veritas christian (N.C.) HIGH SCHOOL

sasa

BOROVNJAK After missing the 2010-11 campaign with an ACL injury, Borovnjak changed his body prior to the 2011-12 season and earned the most playing time of his career as he continued to develop into a reliable low-post scoring threat and defender. At 6-9, 240 pounds, he is one of the Lions’ biggest and most physical players on the block, benching over 300 pounds, and proved to be an efficient shooter from close range as he led Penn State shooting 56.5 percent from the floor in 32 games last year. He added three inches to his vertical jump and saw increases in his quickness and agility during off-season conditioning as his knee continued to get stronger. Blessed with excellent passing skills, a strong face-up game and excellent basketball IQ, the Academic All-Big Ten honoree, with better than a 3.2 gradepoint average in marketing, will continue to develop his role in his fourth season in the program.

2011-12 • SOPHOMORE Borovnjak returned from an ACL injury to see the most action of his career in his sophomore campaign…played in all 32 games and made seven starts…averaged 4.3 points and 3.1 rebounds per game while shooting a team-best 56.6 percent from the floor in an average of 17.5

July 30, 1989 BIRTHDATE

jasmenka & zoran PARENTS

dejan SIBLINGS

borovnjak’s father, zoran, is a former professional basketball player and his brother, dejan, plays Professionally in Italy NOTABLE

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“It is great to see Sasa finally getting back to 100 percent and full strength after his knee injury. He is quicker and is moving up and down the floor better. As a veteran, he brings a great basketball IQ to our team and the ability to score on the block.” – Patrick Chambers


CAREER HIGHS Points:

15 vs. Ole Miss (12/4/11)

Rebounds: 7

at Duquesne (12/10/11)

Assists: 2

vs. Gardner-Webb (12/19/09)

Blocks:

1, three times last @ Duquesne (12/10/11)

Minutes: 27

vs. Ole Miss (12/4/11)

Steals:

2, twice last vs. BC (11/30/11)

Field Goals: 7

vs. Ole Miss (12/4/11)

Field goal Attempts: 8

vs. LIU (11/16/11)

Field goal Percentage:

minutes per game…scored in 27 games, twice reaching double-figures…showed flashes of an effective lowpost scoring game posting a career-high 15 points on 7-of-7 shooting against a big Mississippi team (12/4) and logging 10 points on 5-of-5 shooting vs. Mount St. Mary’s (12/18)…pulled down six rebounds vs. No. 2 Kentucky (11/19) and tallied a career-high seven boards at Duquesne (12/10)….went 4-of-4 for eight points in a 65-45 home victory over Purdue (1/5) and went 4-of-5 for eight points at Purdue (2/29)…logged eight points and six rebounds at Nebraska (1/11)…made his first career start in the season-opener vs. Hartford (11/12).

2010-11 • REDSHIRT After a strong summer in which he looked like he would compete for time on the Nittany Lions’ frontline, Borovnjak tore the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his right knee during the Lions’ first full-team practice on Oct. 7 and missed the 2010-11 season as he rehabilitated the injury.

2009-10 • FRESHMAN Borovnjak saw action in 18 games as a true-freshman, including seven Big Ten games…averaged 1.8 ppg and 1.1 rpg…scored in eight games…made his collegiate debut with two points in the season-opening victory over Penn (11/13)…had a season-high six points in a victory over Robert Morris (11/16)…had five points in a 79-60 victory over Northwestern (2/28)…pulled down season-highs of three rebounds in wins over Robert Morris and Gardner-Webb (12/19).

HIGH SCHOOL Borovnjak earned first-team All-Western North Carolina honors in his senior season at Veritas Christian Academy…led western North Carolina in scoring and was fourth among all public and private school players in the state posting 26.1 ppg…added 12.0 rebounds per game for a Veritas team that went 20-18 and finished sixth in the National Association of Christian Athletes Division I National Championship….Veritas spent four weeks in ESPN’s Top 50 prep program rankings during the year and played a national schedule that took them as far as the Bahamas and to 16 states…Borovnjak played two seasons at Veritas where he played with Memphis guard Doneal Mack and Clemson center Catalin Baciu…posted 33 points and 14 rebounds against perennial national power Oak Hill Academy, a 41-point outing vs. Queens Grant and 27 points vs. Mt. Zion as a senior….averaged 18 ppg and 12 rpg as a junior and was named the Offensive MVP of the NACA Division I National Championship….listed as a three star recruit by Scout.com.

PERSONAL Born on July 30, 1989 in Knin, Croatia...the son of Zoran and Jasmenka Borovnjak, both of whom are economists...his older brother, Dejan, is a 6-10 forward who has played professional basketball in Europe since 2004-05 and currently is playing in Italy...raised in Belgrade, Serbia until moving to the U.S. for two seasons of prep basketball before coming to Penn State.

1.000 (7-7)

vs. Ole Miss (12/4/11)

3-Pointers Made: 0 3-Point Attempts: 0 3-Point Percentage: N/A Free Throws Made: 3

vs. Northwestern (2/28/10)

Free throw Attempts: 6

vs. BC (11/30/11)

Free Throw Percentage: 100.0 (2-2)

four times,

vs. Minnesota (3/11/10)

OFF THE COURT FAVORITES: Athlete: Dirk Nowitzki Pro Team: Partizan Belgrade Food: Serbian Pizza TV Show: Big Brother Actor: Eddie Murphy Hobbies: Video games & movies Book: Harry Potter Movie: Taken & Titanic Actress: Angelina Jolie Person I most admire: Aleksandar Sasa Djordjevic (Serbian basketball player)

CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL 3-POINT YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT 2009-10 18 0 123 6.8 10 23 .435 0 0 .000 12 14 .857 2010-11 REDSHIRT 2011-12 32 7 559 17.5 60 106 .566 0 1 .000 18 37 .486 TOTAL 50 7 682 13.6 70 129 .543 0 1 .000 30 51 .588

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 5 15 20 1.1 15 0 4 2 0 1 32 1.8 44 56 100 3.1 56 1 4 28 5 10 138 49 71 120 2.4 71 1 8 30 5 11 170

4.3 3.4

BOROVNJAK’S BIG TEN CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA 2009-10 7 0 39 5.6 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 5 6 2010-11 REDSHIRT 2011-12 18 0 292 16.2 28 51 .549 0 1 .000 11 20 TOTAL 25 0 331 13.2 30 57 .526 0 1 .000 16 26

PCT .833

OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 0 4 4 0.6 8 0 0 0 0 0 9 1.3

.550 .615

18 28 46 2.6 32 0 2 12 2 4 67 18 32 50 2.0 40 0 2 12 2 4 76

3.7 3.0

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6-3 HEIGHT

195 WEIGHT

RS-SEnior YEAR

KINESIOLOGY MAJOR

new Castle, Pa. HOMETOWN

New Castle HIGH SCHOOL

PENN STATE-BEHREND

NICK

COlella Colella had a dream season in 2011-12. Having spent the first two years of his career at the NCAA Div. III Penn State-Behrend campus (Erie, Pa.) before joining the NCAA Div. I Penn State team through the open walkon tryout process in 2010, the left-hander worked his way into a significant role starting six-straight Big Ten games and playing 16 minutes or more in 13 conference contests. A strong and hard-working player with an effective long-range jumper, Coach Patrick Chambers defined his offensive role as “seeking threes” in 2011-12 as he filled the role of an effective perimeter shooter for the Lions. Colella spent his first month at the University Park campus as a practice player with the Lady Lions. He has become one of the Lions’ strongest players with a bench press over 300 pounds and added six inches to his vertical leap during the 2012 off-season.

previous college

Nov. 10, 1989 BIRTHDATE

Linda & Dave PARENTS

David Jr., & Michael SIBLINGS

posted a batting Average of .610 in high school baseball NOTABLE

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“Nick is absolutely one of our hardest workers. He siezed the opportunity to get playing time last year and did some great things for us. He is one of our best shooters and we are happy to be able to reward his dedication with a scholarship in his final season.” – Patrick Chambers


CAREER HIGHS POINTS:

11

@ Indiana (1/22/12)

REBOUNDS:

4, twice

last vs. Northwestern (2/25/12)

ASSISTS: 3

@ Iowa (2/4/12)

STEALS:

2, twice

last @ Iowa (2/4/12)

BLOCKS:

1, four times,

last vs. Iowa (2/16/12)

MINUTES: 37

@ Michigan St. (2/8/12)

FIELD GOALS:

3, three times

last @ Michigan State (2/8/12)

FG ATTEMPTS: 12

vs. Nebraska (2/11/12)

FG PERCENTAGE:

.600 (3-5) @ Indiana (1/22/12)

3-POINTERS:

2011-12 • JUNIOR Colella had a break-out season as the walk-on earned a scholarship for the 2012 spring semester and saw significant playing time during the Big Ten season, including six-straight starts…played in 26 games on the year, 17 vs. Big Ten teams, and averaged 2.7 points and 14.9 minutes per game while scoring in 14 games on the year…saw his playing time significantly increase in January as his toughness and effort in practice as well as his outside shot earned him playing time…averaged 20.8 minutes per game in conference play, making 16 threes and posting 4.0 ppg in Big Ten action…made his first career start at Michigan State (2/8), scoring nine points on 3-of-7 from three in a career-high 37 minutes, and started the next five games…posted two double-digit scoring outings, hitting a career-best 3-of-5 from three for 11 points at Indiana (1/22) and hitting a pair of threes for 10 points at Iowa (Feb. 4)… had nine points on 4-of-4 at the foul line and a three-pointer in a win over Iowa (2/16)…hit a three in eight-straight Big Ten games…played 16 minutes or more in 13 Big Ten games and more than 20 minutes in nine…twice pulled down a career-best four rebounds doing so at Wisconsin (2/19) and vs. Northwestern (2/25)… played in his first career game in the season-opener vs. Hartford (11/12), scoring three points.

2010-11 • REDSHIRT Colella made a nice impact on the program in his first season as a walk-on after transferring from a Penn State branch campus...was a strong pres-

ence on the scout team as well as off the floor as he took a redshirt season to learn and improve an already strong frame in the weight room.

2008-09 & 2009-10 • FRESHMAN & SOPHOMORE PENN STATE-BEHREND

3, twice last @ Michigan St. (2/8/12)

3PT ATTEMPTS: 11 vs. Nebraska (2/11/12)

3PT PERCENTAGE:

.600 (3-5) @ Indiana (1/22/12)

FREE THROWS:

4 vs. Iowa (2/16/12)

FT ATTEMPTS: 4

A two-year player at the Penn State Behrend campus...a solid ball handler and physical defender...an Academic All-Conference selection... played in 16 games off the bench as a sophomore, averaging 9.8 points and 4.4 rebounds a game and draining 11 three-pointers as the Lions went 21-8...played in 22 games as a freshman, averaging 6.7 ppg as Behrend posted an 18-10 record.

vs. Iowa(2/16/12)

FT PERCENTAGE:

1.000 (4-4) vs. Iowa (2/16/12)

OFF THE COURT

HIGH SCHOOL The 2008 New Castle High graduate averaged 13.1 points a game as a senior as he bucketed a team-best 26 treys for the Red Hurricane...was a three-year starter and team captain...recorded 905 career points...also lettered in football and baseball...was an All-Parkway Conference pick in baseball after posting a .610 batting average... nearly hit for the cycle in a game posting two home runs, a triple and two doubles...was runner-up for Lawrence County Athlete-of-the-Year.

PERSONAL The son of Dave and Linda Colella...born Nov. 10, 1989...full name is Nicholas Anthony Colella.. has two older brothers, David Jr., and Michael...a kinesiology major.

CAREER STATISTICS

FAVORITES: Athlete: Roberto Clemente Pro Team: Orlando Magic Food: Pizza TV Show: Entourage Actor: Will Ferrell Hobbies: Golf, baseball & skiing Book: Beyond Basketball With Coach K Movie: Rocky 4 Actress: Jessica Biel Music Group: Lil’ Wayne If I could spend one day with anyone in history: Michael Jordan

TOTAL 3-POINT REBOUNDS YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 2010-11 REDSHIRT 2011-12 26 6 387 14.9 22 85 .259 17 70 .243 10 12 .8333 5 29 34 1.3 28 0 13 11 4 9 71 2.7

COLELLA’S BIG TEN CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT 2010-11 REDSHIRT 2011-12 16 6 332 20.8 20 71 .282 16 60 .267 8 9 .889

OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG

3 25 28 1.8 23 0 13 9 3 7 64

4.0

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GUARD POSITION

6-1 HEIGHT

170 WEIGHT

JUNIOR YEAR

CommunicationS MAJOR

Ijamsville, md. HOMETOWN

urbana HIGH SCHOOL

gulf coast cc previous college

July, 10, 1990 BIRTHDATE

LINDA & John, Jr. PARENTS

Alexis SIBLINGS

COoper is from the same high school as penn state football’s all-time leading passer Zack Mills NOTABLE

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ZACH

COOPER Cooper joined the team as a preferred walk-on at the beginning of the 2012 fall semester after earning an associate degree from Gulf Coast State College (Fla.). The former high school all-area selection will provide valuable depth in the backcourt and has two years of eligibility remaining. He hails from Urbana High School, also the alma mater of Penn State’s all-time career passing yardage leader and four-year starting quarterback Zack Mills (2001-04).


“We are glad to have Zach as a member of our team. He is a mature player with two years of collegiate playing experience under his belt and he will help us get better everyday.” – Patrick Chambers

PREVIOUS COLLEGE EXPERIENCE 2011-12 • GULF COAST STATE CC 2009-10 • ALFRED UNIVERSITY Cooper played the 2011-12 season at Gulf Coast State College in Panama City, Fla., seeing action in 12 games and logging 11 points and five rebounds on the season…spent two seasons at Gulf Coast, sitting out his first, and earned his associate degree from the two-year community college…played the 2009-10 season at Alfred University in western New York, seeing action in eight games and scoring five points and grabbing five rebounds for the Division III Saxons.

PERSONAL The son of Linda and John Cooper, Jr....born July 10, 1990 in Shady Grove, Maryland…full name is Zachary Thomas Cooper…has younger sister, Alexis…plans on majoring in communications with an eye toward becoming a sports anchor...earned an associate degree in liberal arts at Gulf Coast State College (Fla.)

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Urbana High School (Md.), Cooper was a first-team all-county and All-Gazette selection and an honorable-mention All-Met pick after leading the Hawks in scoring in his senior campaign...Urbana posted a 20-5 record that season...was a two-year varsity player at Urbana and was a team captain his senior year.

OFF THE COURT FAVORITES: Athlete: Billy Gaines Pro Team: Baltimore Ravens Food: Tacos TV Show: ESPN SportsCenter Actor: Robert De Niro

Book: Friday Night Lights Movie: Goodfellas Person I most admire: My parents 10 years from now: I hope to be an assistant GM for a professional team.

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GUARD POSITION

6-1 HEIGHT

170 WEIGHT

SEnior YEAR

SUPPLY CHAIN & INFORMATION SYSTEMS MAJOR

houston, texas HOMETOWN

strake jesuit HIGH SCHOOL

TIM

FRAZIER One of the fastest and quickest players in the nation and possessing a 34-inch vertical, Tim Frazier used his explosive athleticism to post a break-out season in 2011-12 that earned him first-team All-Big Ten honors and a place among the nation’s elite guards. The wiry, 6-1 Houston, Texas native led the nation accounting for 58 percent of the Lions’ offense last year while leading the Big Ten in assists (6.2) and finishing second in scoring (18.8) and steals (2.4). He set a Penn State season assist record with 198, was the only Division I player to average at least 17 points and six assists per game and finished fifth among major conference players with 17 20-point games. A two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree who is pursuing a degree in supply chain and information systems management and is on schedule to graduate in May, Frazier made an equally big mark with his charismatic and vocal leadership as the Nittany Lions became his team and coach Patrick Chambers pushed him to the forefront on and off the floor. He will enter his final campaign just 30 points shy of becoming the Lions’ 30th 1,000-point scorer and just the seventh to post 1,000 points and 400 assists. He stands 157 assists shy of eclipsing the Penn State career assist record of 600, set by Freddie Barnes in 1992, and could end his career among Penn State’s top five in career scoring, assists and steals and as just the second Lion to post 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 500 assists.

Nov. 1, 1990 BIRTHDATE

janice & billy PARENTS

William & krystal SIBLINGS

sister, krystal, was an all-conference usa selection in basketball at rice university NOTABLE

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“Tim is the fastest player I have ever coached, and I have coached some fast players. He’s faster than Kyle Lowry (Villanova) who’s in the NBA now.” – Patrick Chambers


CAREER HIGHS Points:

30 vs. Nebraska (1/12/12)

REBOUNDS:

11, twice last vs. Cornell (12/21)

ASSISTS: 11

vs. YSU (11/23/11)

STEALS:

6

vs. Nebraska (1/12/12)

BLOCKS:

1, 13 times last vs. Indiana (B1G) (3/8/12)

MINUTES:

40, seven times

last @ Wisconsin (2/19/12)

FIELD GOALS:

10, three times

last @ Purdue (2/29/12)

FG ATTEMPTS: 24

2011-12 • JUNIOR Frazier became just the sixth Nittany Lion to earn first-team All-Big Ten honors (media), was the first Lion ever selected to the Big Ten AllDefensive team, earned Basketball Times’ Northeast All-District honores and was a second-team NABC All-District pick after posting one of the best statistical seasons in Penn State history… named John Lawther Team MVP…became the first Lion to lead the Big Ten in assists and just the third to lead the conference in steals in conference games…his 19.6 ppg average in conference play ranked second and was just 0.4 shy of earning the Big Ten scoring title…finished the year first in assists (5.6), first in steals (2.4), second in scoring, second in minutes played (38.0) and third in free throw percentage (87.4) in Big Ten Conference games…just the third Lion to lead the team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals in the same season and the first to post a top 10 season in the Penn State record books in scoring,

assists and steals in the same year…198 assists set a new Lion season record, eclipsing the previous mark of 189 in six fewer games…his 6.2 apg in all games ranked 14th in the NCAA and set a new Penn State season-best…ranked second in the Big Ten scoring 18.8 ppg overall and posted the seventh-best point total in Lion history with 602 becoming just the fifth PSU player to eclipse 600 points in a season…posted 76 steals on the year, the sixth-best season total in PSU history and highest in a decade…was the only NCAA Div. I player to average at least 17 points and six assists per game in 2011-12…19.6 ppg in conference games was the fifth-best mark in league play among major conference players…second in the Big Ten and fifth among major conference players with 17 20-point games (12 in Big Ten play)…led the nation accounting for 58 percent of the Lions’ offense with his combined field goals (208) and assists (198)…first Lion ever to post at least 500 points, 150 assists and 50 steals

4, twice

last vs. Indiana (B1G) (3/8/12)

3PT ATTEMPTS:

6, twice

last vs. Indiana (B1G) (3/8/12)

3PT PERCENTAGE:

.800 (4-5)

vs. Robert Morris (11/16/09)

FREE THROWS:

10, twice

last vs. S. Florida (11/20/11)

FT ATTEMPTS: 15

vs. S. Florida (11/20/11)

FT PERCENTAGE:

1.000 (8-8) vs. Nebraska (2/11/12)

OFF THE COURT

– Patrick Chambers

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

.833 (5-6)

vs. Temple (NCAA) (3/17/11)

3-POINTERS:

“Tim doesn’t get the credit he deserves for what he has done. He is a special talent – the way he can jump and his rim-to-rim speed. He wants to lead this team and he is our hardest worker. He wants to improve too. His shooting has gotten better and he has a lot of room to continue to improve his game.”

TOTAL 3-POINT YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT 2009-10 31 10 570 18.4 51 132 .386 9 24 .375 43 64 .672 2010-11 34 33 1048 30.8 71 165 .430 11 32 .344 61 81 .753 2011-12 32 32 1188 37.1 208 497 .419 27 86 .314 159 201 .791 TOTAL 97 75 2806 28.9 330 794 .416 47 142 .331 263 346 .760

vs. Indiana (B1G) (3/8/12)

FG PERCENTAGE:

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOTAL AVG 11 61 72 2.3 21 111 132 3.9 44 106 150 4.7 76 278 354 3.6

FAVORITES: Athlete: Chris Paul Food: Seafood Alfredo TV Show: Family Guy Actor: Denzel Washington Hobbies: Drawing Book: Seabiscuit Movie: Friday Actress: Halle Berry Music Group: Lil’ Wayne If I could spend one day with anyone in history: Rosa Parks

PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 64 0 73 52 2 23 154 5.0 89 1 173 82 4 35 214 6.3 94 1 198 117 7 76 602 18.8 247 2 444 251 13 134 970 10.0

FRAZIER’S BIG TEN CAREER STATISTICS

GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT 18 2 279 15.5 21 58 .362 2 7 .286 12 23 .522 18 17 580 32.2 34 89 .382 6 18 .333 36 45 .800 18 18 684 38.0 128 300 .427 14 47 .298 83 95 .874 54 37 1543 28.6 183 447 .409 22 72 .306 131 163 .804

OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 3 33 36 2.0 34 0 36 24 1 8 56 3.1 8 64 72 4.0 49 1 99 42 2 16 110 6.1 23 50 73 4.1 57 1 101 64 2 43 353 19.6 34 147 181 3.4 140 2 236 130 5 67 519 9.6

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BIG TEN LEADER in 2011-12 big ten conference games, tim frazier ranked first in assists (5.6), first in steals (2.4), second in scoring (19.6), second in minutes played (38.0) and third in free throw percentage (87.4).

58% of Offense Tim FRazier Led the nation in 2011-12 accounting for 58% of his team’s offense with his combined field goals (208) and assists (198).

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in a season…the fourth guard in the modern era to lead PSU in rebounding…improved his scoring average by 12.5 ppg, the largest increase in the Big Ten on the year and the second-largest in the last 15 seasons in the conference…posted five double-doubles, the fifth-most in the Big Ten and most for a Lion since 2008…became the first Lion to log at least 170 assists in a season twice in their career…averaged 19.5 ppg in true road games, a mark that led all major conference players and tied for 15th-best in Division 1…scored in double-digits in 22-straight games to end the year and 30 total on the season, despite being the nearly singular focus of opposing defenses…led PSU in scoring in 25 games, including 14 of 18 conference games…thirteen times exceeded his scoring average in Big Ten play… averaged 21.0 ppg while shooting 46 percent in nine Big Ten road games…scored a careerhigh 30 points on 10-of-16 shooting and added a career-best six steals (the second most for a Lion ever in a Big Ten game) at Nebraska (1/11)…posted a career-high 11 assists vs. Youngstown State (11/23)…posted double-digit assists in three games and posted eight or more in 10 games…twice posted a career-high 11 rebounds (at Saint Joseph’s and vs. Cornell), one of three games with double-digit boards…nearly posted a triple-double going 7-of-7 from the floor and 8-of-8 from the foul line for 23 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in a win over Nebraska (2/11)…sank a 12-foot, game-winning floater with eight seconds to play to break a tie game and give Penn State a 54-52 victory over No. 22 Illinois (1/19)…hit 10-of-16 for 24 points at Purdue (2/29)…tied a Penn State Big Ten Tournament record scoring 26 points on 4-of-6 from three in a first round loss to Indiana (3/8)…earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition for the second year.

2010-11 • Sophomore Frazier emerged as a playmaker and scorer, ranking third in Big Ten games posting 5.5 assists per contest and second with a 2.36 assist-to-turnover ratio…started 33 contests on the year and played in all 34, averaging 30.8 minutes per game and posting 6.3 ppg, 5.1 apg and 3.9 rpg on the season…173 assists on the year rank as the fifth-most in Penn State history, and he led the team with 35 steals…posted seven double-digit scoring outings on the year, all after January 1, and emerged as a potent force in the Lions’ run to the Big Ten Tournament Championship game and the NCAA Tournament, averaging 10 ppg, 5.9 apg and 4.6 rpg over the final 11 contests…had six or more assists in 14 games, including a career-high 10 to go along with 10 points for his first career double-double in a victory at Northwestern (2/24)…posted 15 points, seven assists and five rebounds in the Lions’ 66-64 NCAA Tournament loss to Temple (3/17)…was stellar with a career-high 22 points on 9-of-13 shooting to go with a career-best eight rebounds and six assists in 39 minutes of a 61-48 victory over Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals (3/12)…posted 12 points on 2-of-2 from three and 5-of-7 overall and six rebounds in a loss at Wisconsin (2/20)…had 12 points, on a career best 10-of-13 from the foul line, and seven assists in a victory over Northwestern (2/13) and 12 points and team-high seven boards in a loss at Illinois (2/1)…posted 11 points, six rebounds and five assists at No. 2 Ohio State (1/15)…became the team’s defensive stopper…held No. 16 Illinois’ leading scorer Demetri McCamey to 10 points on 3-of-8 shooting and added a career-best eight rebounds, two steals and four assists in a 57-55 upset win…developed his offensive repertoire over the summer drilling with Nittany Lion great Joe Crispin, the Lions’ third all-time career scorer...earned Academic All-Big Ten honors.


2009-10 • FRESHMAN Frazier quickly became an integral part of the Nittany Lion rotation playing in all 31 games and making his first career start in the fifth game of the season vs. Davidson (11/22)…he started 10 games overall on the year, including eight straight during the non-conference season, while playing 18.4 minutes per game…he finished second on the team with 23 steals and 73 assists and had a 1.4 assist-to-turnover ratio for the year…averaged 5.0 points and 2.3 rebounds per game…posted his first career points in the Lions’ second game of the season vs. Robert Morris (11/16) and went on to post a season high 19 points on 4-of-5 shooting from three while running the point-guard position for 30 minutes…posted three double-digit scoring games on the year including 18 points on 4-of-8 from the floor and 8-of-9 from the line with seven assists in a victory over Gardner-Webb (12/19) and 11 points and a season high five assists in a 69-66 victory at Virginia (11/30)...spurred a 13-2 Penn State run to start the second half in that victory…led the team in assists eight times and in steals seven…posted six games with five or more assists…had a season high five boards in three games…scored nine points on 4-of-4 from the floor in just 11 minutes of a 79-60 victory over Northwestern (2/28)…averaged nearly eight points a game in three games at the Charleston Classic.

HIGH SCHOOL Frazier averaged 15.5 points, 7.7 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 3.6 steals per game in leading Strake Jesuit to a 37-1 record in his senior campaign…led Strake to the state semifinals, becoming the first private school to advance that far...he was named the No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2009 out of Texas by the TexasHoops.com…ranked No. 13 among point-guards in the class of 2009 by ESPN and given an overall grade of 89, which ranked among the top 115 prospects nationally by ESPN…led the Crusaders to two district titles and was named MVP and AllGreater Houston Player-of-the-Year his senior season...Rated a three star recruit by the Rivals national recruiting service…A four-year starter and three-year captain...averaged 11.5 points and 5.5 rebounds a game as a junior and was selected the District 17-5A Defensive Player-ofthe-Year after posting 98 steals, an average of three per game…helped his Strake team to a 27-7 mark while scoring more than 20 points in four games and posting double-digit rebounds in five…the second leading scorer on the team behind 6-5 senior forward Joey Brooks who signed to play at Notre Dame…played on the Houston Elite AAU team that produced Bradley University players Anthony Thompson, Eddren McCain and Chris Roberts...also lettered in football and track...Graduated Cum Laude.

ONLY Division i PLAYER Tim FRazier was THE ONLY player in NCAA division I to average at least 17 points and six assists per game in 2011-12.

RISING TO COMPETITION Tim FRazier exceeded his season scoring average 13 times in Big Ten games in 201112 and averaged 21.0 ppg while shooting 46 percent in Big Ten road games.

PERSONAL Born on Nov. 1, 1990 in Houston, Texas...the son of Billy and Janice Frazier...has an older brother, William, and sister, Krystal...Krystal was an All-Conference USA selection, averaging better than 13 ppg at Rice and also earned National Cheerleader Association All-America honors four times as captain of her nationally competitive high school cheerleading team...a two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection on schedule to graduate in May...has over a 3.1 grade-point average in supply chain and information systems in the Smeal College of Business...an outstanding member of the Penn State campus community regularly participating in campus events and fund raisers...serves as the basketball teams representative to the Penn State Student Athlete Advisory Board and has been active in the Athletic Director’s Leadership Institute at Penn State the last three years. PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 51


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FORWARD POSITION

6-8 HEIGHT

225 WEIGHT

RS-Sophomore YEAR

recreation, parks & Tourism Management MAJOR

baltimore, md. HOMETOWN

JON

GRAHAM After being slowed by illness early in his first season on the court, Graham made big gains late in the year as he emerged as an effective lowpost scorer, rebounder and defender over the last half of the 201112 season. He started the final 17 games and proved to be a physical presence in the paint with a deft short hook shot and the length to alter shots. The very coachable and enthusiastic Graham will look for his role to continue to increase as he hones his game in his third season in the program. He had a very productive off-season trimming his weight from 240 pounds to 225 while greatly reducing his body fat percentage and adding four inches to his vertical leap. Lighter and quicker on his feet, he also posted a team-high bench pressing 185 pounds 24 times, bettering the 2012 NBA Combine best by four.

calvert hall HIGH SCHOOL

Oct. 15, 1991 BIRTHDATE

karen & ernest PARENTS

ernest, Jr. SIBLINGS

graham’s father, ernest, is one of the all-time greats in maryland basketball history NOTABLE

“Jon has done everything we have asked him to do. He worked really hard to change his body in the off-season and has a lot more bounce and is able to get up and down the floor better. He made great progress in his first season on the floor and we have high expectations for him this year.” – Patrick Chambers

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CAREER HIGHS POINTS:

10, twice last vs. Northwestern (2/25/12)

REBOUNDS: 10

@ Wisconsin (2/19/12)

ASSISTS:

1, six times, last vs. Indiana (BTT) (3/8/12)

STEALS:

2, twice, last vs. Wisconsin (1/31/12)

BLOCKS: 3

vs. LIU (11/16/11)

MINUTES: 35

@ Wisconsin (2/19/12)

FIELD GOALS: 5 vs. Northwestern (2/25/12)

FG ATTEMPTS: 9

2011-12 • FRESHMAN

HIGH SCHOOL

Graham earned the Most Improved Player Award at the team’s annual banquet after playing in 26 games and starting the final 17 of his first season on the court…saw his production increase in the final 10 games of the year as he averaged 5.3 ppg and 4.1 rpg while shooting 51 percent over the span that saw him twice record a career high point total and once post a career high rebound total over a three-game stretch…went 3-for-3 from the floor and 4-for-4 from the line for a career-high 10 points, six rebounds and two blocks in a win over Iowa (2/16)…hit both ends of a clutch one-and-one with 24 seconds remaining in that game to extend a three-point lead to five…his father, Ernie, had his jersey retired at Maryland on the same night… scored nine points and grabbed a career-best 10 rebounds in a loss at Wisconsin (2/19)…equaled a career-high with 10 points on 5-of-6 shooting in a loss to Northwestern (2/25)…missed five games after being diagnosed with Mononucleosis (11/28)…returned to play in all 18 Big Ten conference games…made his first career start vs. Purdue (1/5)…had seven boards in an upset of No. 22 Illinois (1/19)...averaged 3.9 ppg and 3.7 rpg while playing 17.7 mpg on the year…led the team with 19 blocks.

A two-time All-Metro selection, Graham averaged 18 points, 10 rebounds and 3.4 blocks per game in his senior season leading Calvert Hall College High School to a 21-7 record and the Baltimore Catholic League tournament championship with a 46-44 upset of No. 1 seeded Mount St. Joseph in the title game...a four-year varsity player and three-year starter, Graham finished his Calvert Hall career as the program’s second all-time leading scorer with 1,670 points...rated as a three star recruit by Scout.com and the No. 40 power forward in the nation...was named MVP of the Benedictine Tournament in Richmond and to the All-Tournament Team of the Gonzaga D.C. Classic as he established himself as one of the most dominant post players in the Baltimore area...the first-team All-BCL player logged 17 double-doubles in his senior year and led Calvert with 18 points in a semi-final win in the BCL tournament...also logged a 16-point, 18-rebound, 10-block triple-double and a 33-point, 15-rebound double-double on the year... averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds a game to earn All-Metro honors as a junior.

2010-11 • REDSHIRT With three senior starters in the Nittany Lion frontcourt, Graham had the ability to use a redshirt season to pack 30 pounds of muscle onto his strong frame and develop his skills on the court… Graham earned the team’s Unsung Hero Award for his work ethic and attitude during a redshirt season in which he hit the weight room daily on top of regular team practices.

@ Wisconsin (2/19/12)

FG PERCENTAGE:

.833 (5-6)

vs. Northwestern (2/25/12)

3-POINTERS: 3PT ATTEMPTS: 3PT PERCENTAGE: FREE THROWS:

4

vs. Iowa (2/16/12)

FT ATTEMPTS:

4, twice last vs. Iowa (2/16/12)

FT PERCENTAGE:

1.000 (4-4) vs. Iowa (2/16/12)

OFF THE COURT

FAVORITES: Athlete: Kobe Bryant Pro Team: LA Lakers Food: Crab Cakes TV Show: House of Payne Actor: Martin Lawrence Hobbies: Writing Poetry Book: Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde Movie: ATL Actress: Meagan Good Music Group: T.I. & Outkast

PERSONAL Graham is the son of former Maryland great Ernest Graham (1978-81), who ranks among the top 15 all-time in scoring (1,607) and assists (346) in Terrapin history...Ernest, who helped lead Maryland to an ACC title and NCAA “Sweet Sixteen” berth in 1980, still holds Maryland’s game scoring record with 44 points vs. North Carolina State in 1978...he was a third-round draft pick by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1981 NBA Draft and also played internationally...has an older brother, Ernest Graham Jr.

CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL 3-POINT REBOUNDS YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 2010-11 REDSHIRT 2011-12 26 17 460 17.7 44 97 .454 0 0 .000 13 333 .394 44 51 95 3.7 63 1 6 29 19 10 101 3.9

GRAHAM’S BIG TEN CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT 2010-11 REDSHIRT 2011-12 18 16 338 18.8 31 62 .500 0 0 .000 11 27 .407

OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG

25 39 64 3.6 49 1 5 23 13 7 73

4.1

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5

DONOVON

FOrward POSITION

6-9 HEIGHT

205 WEIGHT

FRESHMAN YEAR

UNDEClared MAJOR

Reading, pa. HOMETOWN

berks catholic HIGH SCHOOL

Nov. 18, 1993 BIRTHDATE

Curt & Donna PARENTS

Connor, Casey & Delaney SIBLINGS

Both of Jack’s Parents played college basketball and his aunt was a high school standout NOTABLE

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JACK

The 6-9, 205-pound Jack was the final piece and tallest member of Patrick Chambers’ three-man 2012 signing class. A three-time Pennsylvania All-State selection, Jack also excelled in volleyball and brings tremendous athleticism to the Nittany Lion frontcourt with a quick and explosive vertical leap and the ability to run the floor. A left-hander, he recorded 1,725 points in his high school career and combines a nice face-up game from 15 to 17 feet with the ability to score on the block. He was tabbed a “tough and competitive lefty power forward that plays with great energy on both ends of the floor” and a player that “runs the floor and can catch and finish on the move very well” by ESPN.com.


“Donovon is an even better athlete than we expected. He is a tremendous leaper and a very skilled player who has excelled in our pre-season workouts. His high basketball IQ will help him make a quick transition to college basketball.” – Patrick Chambers

HIGH SCHOOL A three-time All-State selection, Jack earned firstteam PIAA honors for the second time while leading Berks Catholic to division, county and class AAA district championships in the school’s first season in 2011-12… the Saints posted a 28-3 record overall and went 11-0 in their league as Jack was named the Reading Eagle Male Athlete-of-the-Year…twice named Berks County Player-of-the-Year by the Reading Eagle…finished his career with 1,725 points, 10th most in Berks history and the most ever by a player in the city of Reading… averaged 17.0 points, 10.1 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game in 2011-12 as he earned Pennsylvania Class AAA first-team All-State honors and led Berks to the PIAA District III Class AAA title… MVP of the 2012 District 3 Class AAA playoffs after posting 66 points, 52 rebounds and shooting 73 percent (27 of 37) in four games…posted 23 points, nine boards and five blocks while shooting 7-of-8 in a PIAA Tournament first round win…had 18 points and 13 rebounds in a loss to Abington Heights in the PIAA Tournament second round… made 42 consecutive shots over a six-game span earlier in the year and shot 68 percent for the season… posted 78 blocks and 56 assists on his senior campaign and showed an ability to run the floor and shoot from three-point range…also won two Class A titles as a

sophomore and junior while attending Reading Central Catholic…won three district championships and 85 games in his three combined seasons at Central Catholic and Berks Catholic…averaged 16.2 points and 9.8 rebounds per game as a junior while earning 2011 PIAA Class-A first-team All-State and Berks County Player of the Year honors…a 2010 Class-A PIAA third-team selection as a sophomore on a Central Catholic team that reached the state championship game at the Bryce Jordan Center…a four-year varsity starter and threeyear captain his teams never won less than 23 games and topped 27 wins three times, including a 30-2 mark his sophomore year…played with the PA Playaz and York Ballers during the AAU season…also a standout volleyball player and an honor student.

PERSONAL Born on Nov. 18, 1993 in Reading, Pa….full name is Donovon Matthew Jack...the son of Curt and Donna Jack…has two younger brothers, Connor and Casey, and a younger sister, Delaney…his grandmother, Jackie, attended Penn State…his mother, Donna, played Division I basketball at Manhattan College…his father, Curt, played basketball at Muhlenberg College…his aunt, Stacy Edwards, was a 2,000-point scorer at Kutztown High School…his father is an engineer and Jack hopes to pursue a degree in engineering.

OFF THE COURT FAVORITES: Athlete: Kevin Garnett Pro Team: Boston Celtics Food: Pulled Pork Actor: Will Smith Hobbies: Hanging out with friends

Movie: Coach Carter Person I most admire: My parents 10 Years from now: Playing basketball

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AKOSA

GUARD POSITION

6-3 HEIGHT

200 WEIGHT

FRESHMAN YEAR

UNDEClared MAJOR

Boston, Mass. HOMETOWN

Charlestown HS HIGH SCHOOL

Nov. 29, 1992 BIRTHDATE

Gina Mother

Judy & Duby SIBLINGS

Maduegbunam’s parents immigrated to the united states from nigeria in 1987 NOTABLE

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MADUEGBUNAM Maduegbunam (pronounced MAD-a-WAY-boo-nam) was one of the top high school players in Massachusetts, finishing his prep career at The Winchendon School (Winchendon, Mass.) after spending two seasons at Charlestown High School and one at Cushing Academy near Boston. Described as a “physically imposing prospect on the wing” with a strong build, good speed and the ability to play “above the rim with ease” by ESPN.com, Maduegbunam is also a strong perimeter shooter and defender. He immediately impressed the coaching staff with his strength and athleticism and owns a team-best 35inch vertical leap.


“Akosa can really shoot it and is tremendously strong and athletic. He is a competitor and hates to lose. We expect him to make great strides in our program.” – Patrick Chambers

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

Maduegbunam averaged 18 points, six rebounds and four assists per game for The Winchendon School in 2011-12, including a 27-point performance in his debut vs. Harvard…earned NEPSAC AAA All-League honorable-mention honors…posted 22.3 points, eight rebounds, three assists and two steals per game as a junior at Charlestown High School leading the team to a 22-3 record, a Boston City League championship and a berth in the Division I North quarterfinals… named to ESPNBoston’s inaugural MIAA All-State Team in 2011 after leading the Townies to their first Boston City League title since 2006…named MVP of the City League Tournament…posted 15 points on 3-of-5 shooting from the arc in the City League championship game…in two seasons with the Townies, he averaged 20.5 points, seven rebounds and three assists per game and was a two-time All-City selection...played AAU basketball for Expressions Elite.

Born Nov. 29, 1992 in Boston, Mass….Full name is Sean Akosa Maduegbunam…The son of Gina and Ofili Maduegbunam…His father passed away in 2002…Has an older sister, Judy (24), and a younger brother, Duby (17)…his sister is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Edinburgh, Scotland…his parents immigrated from Nigeria in 1987…goes by the nickname “Kos.”

OFF THE COURT FAVORITES: Athlete: Muhammad Ali Pro Team: Boston Celtics Food: Anything my mom cooks Actor: Denzel Washington TV Show: Martin or Fresh Prince Book: Decoded by Jay-Z

Movie: Malcolm X Music Group: Jay-Z Person I most admire: Marques Simpson (mentor) 10 Years from now: I hope to have had an impact on someone else’s life. If I could spend one day with any one in history: My dad (deceased)

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11

GUARD POSITION

6-4 HEIGHT

205 WEIGHT

RS-JUNIOR YEAR

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY STUDIES MAJOR

ETTERS, PA. HOMETOWN

red land HIGH SCHOOL

JERMAINE

MARSHALL Marshall emerged as a potent scorer in his sophomore campaign as he logged four 20-point games and 20 double-digit scoring outings while ranking second on the team scoring 10.8 ppg. That was a dramatic increase of 8.3 ppg over the previous season for the long-armed, 6-4 guard who made big improvements in his perimeter shooting to lead the team with 43 three-pointers. A slick passer, confident and crafty scorer and a good penetrator and finisher, Marshall earned more playing time by improving his defense and finished second on the team with 32 steals and 16 blocks last year. He will look to build on his breakout season and is among the key Nittany Lion returners for 2012-13.

2011-12 • SOPHOMORE Marshall had a breakout season in 2011-12 as he emerged as a potent scoring threat …was second on the team posting four 20-point games on the year, including a career-high 27 on 10-of-18 from the floor and a career-best four threes (4-8) to go with a team-high eight rebounds in the final regular season game vs. Michigan (3/4)…led the team in scoring three times and posted 20 double-digit scoring games, including in nine of the last 11 contests…led the team with 43 three-pointers and 132 three-point attempts (32.6%)…second on the team posting 10.8 ppg and 11.8 ppg in Big Ten Conference games…tied for the team lead posting 4.3 rpg in Big Ten play…second on the team with 32 steals and 16 blocks…averaged 13.2 ppg and 4.6 rpg over the final five games of the year…played in 31 games, after missing the season-opener, and started 17 games…posted a career-best seven-straight double-figure scoring games in Big Ten play… posted a career-high nine rebounds vs. Lafayette (12/7)…had a

Nov. 7, 1990 BIRTHDATE

Jacke & jerome PARENTS

curtis & TaeheeM SIBLINGS

Marshall is a Relative of former nittany lion football standout ahmad collins NOTABLE

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“Jermaine has really grown and matured on and off the floor over the past year to become one of the leaders of this team. His growth as a player has mirrored that. He may be our best perimeter shooter. He has a deceptive pace to his play, but he can get past defenders and is a great finisher with long arms.” – Patrick Chambers


CAREER HIGHS POINTS:

27 vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

REBOUNDS: 9 vs. Lafayette (12/7/11)

ASSISTS:

3, three times last vs. Northwestern (2/25/12)

STEALS:

4

@ Purdue (2/29/12)

BLOCKS:

3, twice

last vs. Illinois (1/19/12)

MINUTES: 40

vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

FIELD GOALS: 10

vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

FG ATTEMPTS: 19

career high four steals at Purdue (2/29)…twice recorded a career high three blocks, the last coming as he turned back a potential game-tying attempt in the closing seconds of a 54-52 upset of No. 22 Illinois (1/19)…scored the Lions’ last 10 points of the first half on his way to 22 points and eight rebounds in a victory at Boston College (11/30)…led team with 20 points and nine rebounds vs. Lafayette (12/7)…scored 20 points on 7-of-16 shooting in a close 88-82 loss to No. 12 Indiana (1/8).

2010-11 • FRESHMAN Marshall saw action in 28 games and scored in 13 as he posted 2.5 ppg and 0.6 rpg while averaging nine minutes a contest…had a break-out game with a career-high 18 points on 6-of-10 shooting (2-4 from three) and added two steals in a loss to Purdue (1/5)…scored 12 of his points in the second half…logged 26 points in two games vs. No. 10 Purdue and No. 18 Michigan State after posting 12 in the previous 13 games on the year…scored seven-straight points in the second half on his way to eight for the game in a victory over No. 18 Michigan State…saw his first significant action of the season scoring six points in nine minutes in a loss to Maine… scored six big points and added two rebounds and two steals in 19 minutes of a regular-season ending win at Minnesota (3/6)…had Penn State’s lone two points during a nine-minute segment of the second half from the 11:12 to 1:59 marks… scored seven first half points and added two rebounds and a steal in 17 minutes of action in Penn State’s Big Ten Tournament first round win over Indiana…began season on the scout team playing opposing team’s top scorer with the green light to shoot.

2009-10 • Redshirt Freshman Still recovering from a torn patella tendon injury that ended his senior year of high school competition, Marshal used a red-shirt season to get the knee back to 100 percent and add

15 pounds of muscle in the weight room…became an integral part of the scout team often taking the role of opposing team’s top scorer.

vs. Minnesota (1/15/12)

FG PERCENTAGE:

.625 (5-8)

vs. Nebraska (2/11/12)

3-POINTERS: 4 vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

HIGH SCHOOL

3PT ATTEMPTS: 9

Red Land’s all-time leading scorer with 1,425 career points, Marshall had an outstanding junior season in which he averaged 19.1 points per game while leading the Patriots to a 22-7 record and an appearance in the PIAA Class AAAA tournament…a PIAA Class AAAA second-team all-state selection and the Carlisle Sentinel Area Player-of-the-Year as a junior...made 18 three-pointers on the year…scored 20 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and handed out eight assists in a first round loss in the PIAA Tournament…suffered a torn patella tendon prior to his senior season that caused him to miss his final high school campaign…surgery to repair the injury was performed by Penn State Director of Athletic Medicine Dr. Wayne Sebastianelli…Marshall was a two-time Harrisburg Patriot-News Big 15 selection…set a record with seven blocked shots in the 2008 Harrisburg Showcase… led the Patriots to the Mid-Penn Keystone division title as a sophomore...a three-year starter and captain...Red Land went 22-7 in his freshman season and 18-5 in his sophomore campaign...averaged better than 14 ppg as a freshman and nearly 20 ppg as a sophomore...scored 30 points as a freshman in a game vs. Trinity HS...earned distinguished academic honors in his junior and senior years.

PERSONAL Born on November 7, 1990 in Etters, Pa....the son of Jerome and Jacke Marshall...has two older brothers, Curtis and Taeheem...is related to former Nittany Lion football standout Ahmad Collins.

CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL 3-POINT YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT 2009-10 REDSHIRT 2010-11 28 0 251 9.0 25 63 .397 6 25 .240 14 22 .636 2011-12 31 17 839 27.1 114 294 .388 43 132 .326 65 87 .7474 TOTAL 59 17 1090 18.5 139 357 .389 49 157 .312 79 109 .725

vs. Minnesota (1/15/12)

3PT PERCENTAGE:

.600 (3-5) @ Iowa (2/4/12)

FREE THROWS:

9

vs. Lafayette (12/7/11)

FT ATTEMPTS:

11, twice last vs. Cornell (12/21/11)

FT PERCENTAGE:

1.000 (4-4) vs. Indiana (1/8/12)

OFF THE COURT FAVORITES: Athlete: LeBron James Food: Fried Chicken TV Show: Proud Family Actor: Chris Tucker Hobbies: Listening to music Book: Slam Movie: Friday & The Wood Music Group: Day 26 If I could spend one day with anyone in history: Uncle Boots

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 3 14 17 0.6 35 1 12 13 3 15 70 24 102 126 4.1 82 2 34 57 16 32 336 27 116 143 2.4 117 3 46 70 19 47 406

2.5 10.8 6.9

MARSHALL’S BIG TEN CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT 2009-10 REDSHIRT 2010-11 16 0 150 9.4 17 39 .436 3 14 .214 8 13 .615 2011-12 18 11 520 28.9 78 195 .400 28 88 .318 29 37 .784 TOTAL 34 11 670 19.7 95 234 .406 31 102 .304 37 50 .740

OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG

1 5 6 0.4 17 1 8 8 0 8 45 15 62 77 4.3 52 2 21 31 8 16 213 16 67 83 2.4 69 3 29 39 8 24 258

2.8 11.8 7.6

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14

GUARD POSITION

6-3 HEIGHT

185 WEIGHT

SOPHOMORE YEAR

UNDEClared MAJOR

KEVIN

MONTMINY A standout three-sport athlete at nearby Penns Valley High School, Montminy is a tremendous student who earned Dean’s List honors in his first year on campus. Montminy grew up just 20 minutes from the Bryce Jordan Center and is the first locally grown Centre County player on the Nittany Lions’ roster since the 2005-06 season. The preferred walk-on was a dynamic scorer and 4.0 student-athlete at Penns Valley HS and quickly earned the Penn State coaching staff’s praises with his work ethic and deft outside shot. He has been accepted into Penn State’s Smeal College of Business and the Schreyer Honors College.

CENTRE HALL, PA. HOMETOWN

PENNS VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

May 21, 1993 BIRTHDATE

Mary & Peter PARENTS

Jenny, Sarah & Hannah SIBLINGS

Montminy grew up just minutes from the bryce jordan Center NOTABLE

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“Kevin brings tremendous energy and toughness everyday to our team. He is an honors student with great leadership qualities that his teammates and our staff have tremendous respect for.” – Patrick Chambers


CAREER HIGHS POINTS:

2 vs. Kentucky (11/19/11)

REBOUNDS: 1 vs. Kentucky (11/19/11)

ASSISTS: STEALS:

-

BLOCKS: MINUTES:

2, twice last @ Purdue (2/29/12)

FIELD GOALS: 1

vs. Kentucky (11/19/11)

FG ATTEMPTS: 1

vs. Kentucky (11/19/11)

FG PERCENTAGE: 3-POINTERS: 3PT ATTEMPTS: 1

2011-12 • FReshman Montminy earned the team’s Scholastic Achievement Award after earning Dean’s List honors in his first semester on campus…saw action in nine games on the year and scored a field goal in the closing minutes vs. No. 2 Kentucky (11/19) for his first career points…earned praise from the coaching staff for his great demeanor and all-out work ethic in practice… showed a potent and often deadly three-point jumper as he often played the role of the opposing team’s best shooter for the scout team in practice.

High School Montminy earned second-team All-Pennsylvania Class AA honors in basketball and was an All-Mountain League pick in football as a wide receiver in his senior season…Penns Valley High School’s all-time leading scorer (1,498)… was named the Mountain League Nittany Division MVP and first-team all-league for the second year as a senior after averaging 20.7 ppg, 4.4 rpg and 2.6 spg for a Ram team that went 18-7…honored for his football prowess at the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame banquet…lettered four years in bas-

ketball, three in football and three in baseball… scored a career-high 43 points against Hamilton Ontario’s St. Jean de Brebeuf HS and followed that with 35 against Bishop Guilfoyle…Centre County’s leading scoring for the 2010-11 season…averaged 20.2 ppg as a junior to earn third-team Pennsylvania all-state honors and led team to District 6 title… led team in scoring as a sophomore (15 ppg) and earned first-team all-league honors…two-year team captain…the valedictorian of his class with a 4.0 grade-pointaverage…honored by the Centre Daily Times with the Snyder Award for excellence in athletics, academics and the community.

vs. Purdue (11/19/11)

3PT PERCENTAGE: FREE THROWS:

-

FT ATTEMPTS: FT PERCENTAGE: -

OFF THE COURT

Personal The son of Mary and Peter Montminy…born May 21, 1993 in State College, Pa….his father attended graduate school at Penn State… posted a 4.0 grade-point average to earn valedictorian honors in high school…member of the National Honor Society…president of the student council, class treasurer, vice president of Varsity Club and a member of the Future Business Leaders of America…accepted into Penn State’s Schreyer Honors College…plans to major in finance or accounting…has two older sisters, Jenny and Sarah , who attend Penn State, and one younger sister, Hannah.

CAREER STATISTICS

FAVORITES: Athlete: Ray Allen Pro Team: Boston Celtics Food: Steak TV Show: The Office Actor: Matt Damon Book: Uncommon Movie: The Town Music Group: Lupe Fiasco If I could spend one day with anyone in history: John F. Kennedy

TOTAL 3-POINT REBOUNDS YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 2011-12 9 0 10 1.1 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.2

MONTMINY’S BIG TEN CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT 2011-12 5 5 1.0 0 0 1 .000 0 1 .000

FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

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2

D.J.

GUARD POSITION

6-4 HEIGHT

205 WEIGHT

RS-Sophomore YEAR

COMMUNICATIONS MAJOR

PHILAdelphia, pa. HOMETOWN

strawberry mansion HIGH SCHOOL

May 22, 1992 BIRTHDATE

Dominic, Dante & Diamond SIBLINGS

2009 Philadelphia public league playerof-the-year and all-city selection NOTABLE

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NEWBILL A former Conference USA All-Freshman Team selection and PIAA Class AA Player-of-the-Year out of Philadelphia, Newbill’s return to competition is much anticipated after he sat out the 201112 season upon transferring from Southern Mississippi. Strong, athletic and confident, Newbill has made an immediate impact at Penn State with his leadership, attitude and strong play in practice. A tenacious rebounder and defender and a strong scorer with a knack for getting to the foul line, Newbill can also serve as a primary ball-handler if called upon and is expected to make a big contribution in the first of three years of eligibility remaining at Penn State. He is expected to team with Tim Frazier to form one of the top backcourts in the Big Ten and will serve as a team captain in his first season on the floor.


“D.J. is what I describe as a ‘Philly guard.’ He’s tough, gritty and loves to play! He is a weapon and will open up the floor for everyone. He also brings a toughness that we haven’t seen in a while. He’s the kind of guy you want to go into battle with.” – Patrick Chambers

2011-12 • REDSHIRT

HIGH SCHOOL

A redshirt season under NCAA transfer guidelines, Newbill earned the team’s Unsung Hero Award due to his terrific attitude, work ethic and outstanding play in practice…injured his left shoulder during the first week of practice and was out of action for nearly two months as he rehabilitated…returned to full participation in practice in January and regularly excelled, playing aggressive defense, rebounding and showing the ability to knock down tough jump shots and score in traffic…transferred to Penn State from Southern Mississippi in August.

Newbill was a standout at Strawberry Mansion High in Philadelphia before playing his freshman season at Southern Mississippi in 2010-11…helped a Mansion team, led by coach Stan Laws, to the 2010 PIAA state championship game at Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center and was named the Pennsylvania Class AA Player-of-the-Year after posting 24.2 points, 9.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 4.0 steals per game in his senior season…a first-team all-state selection by the Philadelphia Daily News…a McDonald’s All-America candidate…named the Public League Player-of-the-Year and first -team all-city and All-Public League…Mansion posted a 28-2 record in his senior campaign and reached the state title game for the second time in three years…scored 15 points in the 2010 championship game…a two-year letterman for the Knights…senior campaign was highlighted by a school-record 64-point performance in a victory over Saul…went 23-of-30 from the field and 16-of-17 at the foul line to post the sixthhighest point total in Philadelphia Public League history…averaged 19.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals as a junior and was named second-team all-state and second-team All-Public League.

2010-11 • FRESHMAN • SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI Newbill ranked third on the Golden Eagle team posting 9.2 ppg and second with 6.2 rpg for a veteran squad that posted a 22-10 mark… started all 32 contests, playing 30.5 minutes per game while shooting 53.5 percent from the floor to earn Conference USA All-Freshman Team honors…recorded six double-doubles and led Southern Miss in rebounding 11 times on the season, including a season high 16 boards to go with 15 points in a 64-51 win at UTEP in midFebruary…led the team in scoring once, posting 14 points in a 67-61 loss at Memphis, and posted 15 double-digit scoring outings, including a season-high 17 points on 7-of-8 shooting and nine boards in an 86-69 win over UCF…his 126 trips to the free throw line ranked second on the team and fifth among freshmen in the NCAA.

PERSONAL The son of Tawanda Roach...his mother passed away on September 15, 2012 after a short battle with cancer...born May 22, 1992 in Philadelphia, Pa....full name is Devonte Jerrell Newbill...has two brothers, Dominic and Dante, and a sister, Diamond...Grandmother is Mattie Roach.

OFF THE COURT FAVORITES: Athlete: LeBron James Food: Chicken TV Show: Martin & Fresh Prince Actor: Martin Lawrence Movie: Bad Boys 2

Music Group: Roc Nation If I could spend one day with anyone in history: Rosa Parks or Martin Luther King, Jr. Person I most admire: My mother 10 Years from now: Enjoying retirement on somebody’s beach with my wife.

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10

forward POSITION

6-7 HEIGHT

235 WEIGHT

freshman YEAR

undeclared MAJOR

tabernacle, N.J. HOMETOWN

trenton catholic HIGH SCHOOL

Aug. 1, 1994 BIRTHDATE

Jayson SIBLINGS

Taylor’s Cousin, tiffany stansbury, played at north carolina state and now plays professionally overseas NOTABLE

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BRANDON

TAYLOR Taylor is coach Patrick Chambers’ second addition to the Nittany Lion roster with strong Philadelphia connections. The 2012 Times of Trenton Player-of-the-Year, he played AAU basketball with Team Philly and attended high school at Trenton Catholic Academy, approximately 35 miles north of the city. An effective scorer and rebounder who combines a Big Ten ready body with strong perimeter skills, Taylor was described as a “prototypical mismatch problem” with “the physical tools and basketball skills to score both inside and out” by Dave Telep of ESPN.com. After arriving on campus weighing more than 260 pounds, Taylor immediately bought into Penn State’s strength training program and reshaped his body trimming his weight by 30 pounds.


“Brandon put in a lot of work in the off-season and really changed his body. We love his work ethic and attitude. He has a tremendous skill set and a Big Ten body that will allow him to play on the perimeter and in the post.” – Patrick Chambers

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

Recorded 1,042 points at Trenton Catholic Academy to rank 14th all-time on the school’s scoring chart…helped lead TCA to a 96-21 overall record during his career…named the Times of Trenton 2012 Player-of-the-Year after averaging 15.9 points and 9.5 rebounds per game in leading the Iron Mikes to the NJSIAA South Jersey Non-Public B championship game for the second time…third-team New Jersey Non-Public AllState selection by the New Jersey Star-Ledger… scored 41 points in TCA’s first round NJSIAA tournament victory over Koinonia…Trenton went 10-0 to win the Liberty Division of the Burlington County Scholastic League…averaged 11.7 points per game as a junior as he helped lead the team to a 19-6 record…the Iron Mikes fell in the semifinals of the NJSIAA Non-Public South B Tournament in a two-point game in which Taylor recorded 14 points and had 15 rebounds… posted a season high 25 points earlier in the year…helped Trenton Catholic to the 2010 New Jersey Non-Public B State Championship with a victory over perennial powerhouse St. Anthony and an eventual championship crown in the NJSIAA (all classes) Tournament of Champions as a sophomore...a three-year starter…helped lead his AAU squad, Team Philly, to several tournament titles…excelled in several head-to-head battles with other high Division I recruits…recorded a 3.3 overall grade-point average.

Born Aug. 1, 1994 in Willingboro, N.J….full name is Brandon Alexander Taylor…the son of Audrey Campbell and Byron Taylor…has an older brother, Jayson…his cousin, Tiffany Stansbury, was a two-time All-ACC selection at N.C. State and played in the WNBA…she currently plays professionally overseas…his uncle, Terence Stansbury, played at Temple and three seasons in the NBA.

OFF THE COURT FAVORITES: Athlete: Allen Iverson Pro Team: Philadelphia 76ers Food: Chicken Parmesan TV Show: ESPN SportsCenter Actor: Denzel Washington Movie: Friday

Book: The Outsiders Music Group: Young Money If I could spend one day with anyone in history: President Barack Obama Person I most admire: My parents 10 Years from now: Playing in the NBA

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43

FORWARD POSITION

6-6 HEIGHT

225 WEIGHT

SOPHOMORE YEAR

UNDECLARED MAJOR

ROSS

TRAVIS Travis quickly earned the moniker “junkyard dog” from coach Patrick Chambers in his first season and endeared himself to Nittany Lion fans with his all-out hustle and constant energy on the floor. Long, athletic and versatile, Travis is capable of playing several positions and possesses strong ball handling and passing skills. He showed signs of his potential posting 7.2 ppg and 5.2 rpg over the final five games of 2011-12, including a career-best 15 points vs. Michigan. A strong finisher at the rim, he has worked hard to refine his jump shot and add muscle to his frame and figures to be an impact player for several years to come.

CHASKA, Minn. HOMETOWN

CHASKA HIGH SCHOOL

Jan. 9, 1993 BIRTHDATE

Debbie & John PARENTS

Brittany SIBLINGS

Travis suffered a fractured back in high school and had to wear a back brace for seven months NOTABLE

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“Ross is really a guard who likes to mix it up with the bigs. He plays with great energy and effort and has worked really hard on his jump shot and handle during the off-season. He continues to get stronger in the weight room and I expect to see a tremendously improved player this season.” – Patrick Chambers


CAREER HIGHS POINTS:

15 vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

REBOUNDS: 9 vs. Northwestern (2/25/12)

ASSISTS: 3

vs. Lafayette (12/7/11)

STEALS:

3

vs.YSU (11/23/11)

BLOCKS: 3

vs. Indiana (BTT) (3/8/12)

MINUTES: 31

vs. Northwestern (2/25/12)

FIELD GOALS:

5, four times

last vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

FG ATTEMPTS:

10, twice last @ Ohio State (1/25/12)

FG PERCENTAGE:

1.000 (5-5), twice

last vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

3-POINTERS: 2

2011-12 • FRESHMAN

High School

In his first season with the program, Travis played in all 32 games and started 16 as his high energy and athleticism made an immediate impact…earned the team’s Scrappiest Player Award…averaged 4.4 ppg and tied for second on the team with 4.2 rpg…elevated his play at the end of the season posting 7.2 ppg and a team-high 5.2 rpg while shooting 63.6 percent over the final five games of 2011-12 while posting career highs in points and rebounds…led the team in rebounding in nine games on the year, six in Big Ten play… scored in double-figures in five games and had seven or more rebounds in eight…scored a careerhigh 15 points on 5-of-5 from the floor and 5-of-7 at the foul line and added six rebounds in the final regular season game vs. No. 13 Michigan (3/4)… grabbed a career-best nine rebounds to go with 10 points on 5-of-8 shooting in a season-high 31 minutes vs. Northwestern (2/25)…posted eight boards vs. Minnesota (1/15) and Ohio State (1/25)…had 12 points and eight rebounds vs. Lafayette (12/7)… scored all 10 of his points in the second half, hitting a pair of threes, and added eight rebounds vs. No. 2 Kentucky (11/19)…made his first career start and posted a team-high tying seven rebounds in the season-opener vs. Hartford (11/12)…posted 10 points and six rebounds at Saint Joseph’s (11/26).

Tabbed as the top prospect in Minnesota for the class of 2011…a three-star recruit according to ESPN.com and Rivals.com…averaged 20 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks per game in his senior season, his first injury free campaign since he was 15…led Class 4A Chaska to a 24-5 record and into the Minnesota Section 2 Finals…considered team’s defensive stopper…team also included Wichita State signee Jake White…averaged 12 ppg and 8 rpg for a Chaska team that went 17-12 and advanced to the section finals in his junior season... recorded a triple-double on the year…missed his sophomore year and 12 games in his junior year due to a back injury that caused him to have to wear a brace continually for seven months…team captain his senior year…he played on the Minneapolis based AAU 43 Hoops team coached by NBA veteran Chris Carr.

PERSONAL Full name is Ross John Travis…born Jan., 9, 1993…the son of John and Debbie Travis…has an older sister, Brittany, who played two years at the University of St. Thomas (Minn.)…his cousin, Jonah Travis, is a sophomore forward for Harvard and another cousin, Marcus Travis, played at North Dakota State…suffered blindness in his left eye for four months and missed most of his fifth and sixth grade seasons after being shot in the eye with a BB gun...would like to pursue a career in music production.

CAREER STATISTICS

vs. Kentucky (11/19/11)

3PT ATTEMPTS: 5 vs. Kentucky (11/19/11)

3PT PERCENTAGE:

1.000 (1-1) vs. Lafayette (12/7/11)

FREE THROWS: FT ATTEMPTS:

7, twice last vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

FT PERCENTAGE:

5 vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

.714 (5-7) vs. Michigan (3/4/12)

OFF THE COURT FAVORITES: Athlete: Michael Jordan Pro Team: Chicago Bulls Food: Cheese burger and pizza TV Show: CSI: Miami Actor: Will Smith Hobbies: Music production Book: 36 Strategies of the Martial Arts Movie: Coach Carter Actress: Megan Good Person I most admire: Chris Carr

TOTAL YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 2011-12 32 16 574 17.9 57 127 .449

3-POINT REBOUNDS FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 4 24 .167 24 50 .480 57 78 135 4.2 69 3 13 24 8 16 142 4.4

YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 2011-12 18 8 322 17.9 27 60 .450

FG FGA PCT 0 4 .000

TRAVIS’ BIG TEN CAREER STATISTICS

FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 16 24 .667 31 35 66 3.7 37 2 7 10 1 7 70 3.9

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34

FOrward POSITION

6-9 HEIGHT

230 WEIGHT

JUNIOR YEAR

INDustrial engineering MAJOR

STERLING HEIGHTS, MICH. HOMETOWN

BISHOP FOLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Aug. 29, 1992 BIRTHDATE

Ann & Stan PARENTS

Tim SIBLINGS

Wisniewski lettered four years in soccer in high school NOTABLE

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ALAN

WISNIEWSKI Entering his third year with the program, the 6-9 Wisniewski has proved to be a valuable Nittany Lion not just for his rare height for a walk-on but for his work ethic, attitude and abilities. Having added more than 30 pounds in the weight room, the Sterling Heights, Mich. native continues to add strength and refine his game as he provides an effective and challenging asset for the Lions’ scout team.


CAREER HIGHS POINTS:

-

REBOUNDS: -

“Alan is a tremendous kid. He is an engineering major, has a job and comes to practice everyday with a great work ethic and terrific effort. He has great respect in our locker room.” – Patrick Chambers

ASSISTS: STEALS:

-

BLOCKS: MINUTES:

1, four times last vs. Indiana (BTT) (3/8/12)

FIELD GOALS: FG ATTEMPTS: FG PERCENTAGE: 3-POINTERS: 3PT ATTEMPTS: 3PT PERCENTAGE: FREE THROWS:

-

FT ATTEMPTS: FT PERCENTAGE: -

2011-12 • SOPHOMORE

HIGH SCHOOL

In his second year with the program, Wisniewski saw limited action in six games but continued to be a hard working and positive presence in practice…his size, rebounding and ability to shoot from the perimeter continued to be valuable assets for the scout team.

Wisniewski averaged 7.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game in his senior season at Bishop Foley Catholic as the team went 11-14...a two-year varsity starter and senior year captain...posted a school-record 64 blocks...helped lead the team to 2009 and 2010 district titles...lettered in soccer in four seasons, helping guide the team to Catholic League championships in 2009 and 2010.

2010-11 • FRESHMAN Wisniewski hit the weight room hard and added nearly 30 pounds of muscle to his frame during a redshirt season in which he proved to be a valuable player on the scout team and presence in the paint.

PERSONAL The son of Ann and Stan Wisniewski...born August 29, 1992 in Warren, Michigan...a fouryear Honor Roll student in high school, who posted a cumulative grade-point average of 3.9...an industrial engineering major.

CAREER STATISTICS

OFF THE COURT FAVORITES: Athlete: Tom Brady Pro Team: Detroit Pistons Food: Steak and mashed potatoes TV Show: Californication Actor: Will Ferrell Hobbies: Piano and football Movie: Anchorman Actress: Megan Fox If I could spend one day with anyone in history: Jesus Person I most admire: My parents 10 Years from now: I’ll be working as an engineer and starting a family.

TOTAL 3-POINT REBOUNDS YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 2011-12 6 0 4 0.7 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0

WISNIEWSKI’S BIG TEN CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT 2011-12 3 0 3 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

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NITTANY LIONS GAME-BY-GAME SASA BOROVNJAK (#21)

NICK COLELLA (#20)

Opp. Date GS Min FG Ptc 3FG FT-FTA O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts PENN 11/13 13 1-1 1.000 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 2 2 ROBERT MORRIS 11/16 8 2-3 .667 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 0 0 0 0 0 6 vs. UNCW 11/19 7 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 1 0 0 1 0 vs. Tulane 11/20 9 1-1 1.000 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 2 0 0 0 0 2 vs. Davidson 11/22 3 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SACRED HEART 11/25 5 0-2 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 @ Virginia 11/30 1 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 UMBC 12/8 7 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 GARDNER-WEBB 12/19 13 1-3 .333 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 0 2 0 0 0 4 AMERICAN 12/21 5 2-3 .667 0-0 1-2 1-0-1 0 0 0 0 0 5 MICHIGAN 1/7 1 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 @ Purdue 1/31 5 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 @ Ohio State 2/3 9 0-1 .000 0-0 2-2 0-1-1 3 0 0 0 0 2 @ Northwestern 2/17 4 1-2 .500 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2 NORTHWESTERN 2/28 9 1-2 .500 0-0 3-4 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 5 5 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 @ Michigan State 3/4 PURDUE 3/6 6 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3/11 13 1-2 .500 0-0 2-2 1-4-5 2 0 1 0 0 4 vs. Minnesota

Opp. Date GS Min FG Ptc 3FG FT-FTA O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts HARTFORD 11/12 14 1-4 .250 1-2 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 1 0 1 3 RADFORD 11/14 2 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 0 0 1 0 0 LONG ISLAND 11/16 1 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 vs. Kentucky 11/19 9 0-2 .000 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 2 0 0 0 1 0 vs. S. Florida 11/20 DNP YSU 11/23 DNP @ St. Joe’s 11/26 2 0-0 .000 0-0 2-2 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 @ Boston Coll. 11/30 6 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 MISSISSIPPI 12/4 DNP LAFAYETTE 12/7 8 1-4 .250 0-3 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 2 @ Duquesne 12/10 5 0-1 .000 0-1 0-1 0-1-1 0 0 1 0 0 0 MT. ST. MARY’S 12/18 2 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 CORNELL 12/21 DNP @Michigan 12/29 DNP @Northwestern 1/1 DNP 1/5 17 1-4 .250 1-2 0-0 0-3-3 1 1 0 0 0 3 PURDUE INDIANA 1/8 16 1-3 .333 1-3 0-0 0-3-3 3 0 2 0 1 3 @ Nebraska 1/11 21 0-4 .000 0-2 0-0 0-1-1 0 1 0 1 2 0 MINNESOTA 1/15 3 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 ILLINOIS 1/19 7 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 @ Indiana 1/22 24 3-5 .600 3-5 2-2 1-1-2 1 1 1 0 0 11 @ Ohio State 1/25 20 2-3 .666 1-2 0-0 0-1-1 2 1 1 0 0 5 WISCONSIN 1/31 17 1-3 .333 1-3 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 0 0 0 3 @ Iowa 2/4 29 3-8 .375 2-7 2-3 1-2-3 3 3 1 0 2 10 @ Michigan St. 2/8 * 37 3-8 .375 3-7 0-0 0-0-0 1 1 2 1 0 9 NEBRASKA 2/11 * 32 2-12 .167 2-11 0-0 1-2-3 1 2 1 0 1 6 IOWA 2/16 * 31 2-6 .333 1-5 4-4 0-1-1 2 1 0 1 0 9 @ Wisconsin 2/19 * 29 1-5 .200 1-5 0-0 0-4-4 4 0 0 0 0 3 NORTHWESTERN 2/25 * 24 1-5 .200 0-4 0-0 0-4-4 1 1 1 0 0 2 @ Purdue 2/29 * 17 0-4 .000 0-3 0-0 0-2-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 MICHIGAN 3/4 8 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 INDIANA (B1G) 3/8 6 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BOROVNJAK 2009-10 SEASON

COLELLA 2011-12 SEASON

BOROVNJAK 2011-12 SEASON Opp. Date GS Min HARTFORD 11/12 * 25 RADFORD 11/14 * 14 LONG ISLAND 11/16 * 16 vs. Kentucky 11/19 * 17 vs. S. Florida 11/20 * 24 YSU 11/23 * 14 @ St. Joe’s 11/26 * 11 25 @ Boston Coll. 11/30 MISSISSIPPI 12/4 * 27 LAFAYETTE 12/7 13 @ Duquesne 12/10 21 MT. ST. MARY’S 12/18 24 12/21 22 CORNELL @ Michigan 12/29 14 @ Northwestern 1/1 22 PURDUE 1/5 18 INDIANA 1/8 13 1/11 15 @ Nebraska MINNESOTA 1/15 13 ILLINOIS 1/19 19 @ Indiana 1/22 19 @ Ohio State 1/25 25 WISCONSIN 1/31 14 @ Iowa 2/4 13 @ Michigan St. 2/8 17 2/11 21 NEBRASKA IOWA 2/16 13 @ Wisconsin 2/19 5 NORTHWESTERN 2/25 13 @ Purdue 2/29 22 3/4 16 MICHIGAN INDIANA (B1G) 3/8 14

FG Ptc 3FG FT-FTA O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 2-2 1.000 0-0 0-2 2-1-3 2 0 1 1 0 4 1-4 .250 0-0 0-0 2-1-3 1 1 0 0 0 2 4-8 .500 0-0 1-2 3-2-5 5 1 0 0 2 9 1-5 .200 0-0 1-2 5-1-6 2 0 3 0 0 3 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 2 0 4 0 1 0 2-2 1.000 0-0 2-4 1-4-5 1 0 0 0 0 6 1-1 1.000 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 1 0 0 2 0-1 .000 0-0 2-6 1-2-3 1 0 0 1 2 2 7-7 1.000 0-0 1-1 1-3-4 2 0 1 0 0 15 1-4 .250 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 0 1 0 0 2 4-6 .667 0-0 0-0 2-5-7 0 0 2 1 0 8 5-5 1.000 0-0 0-0 2-3-5 2 0 1 0 0 10 2-7 .286 0-0 0-0 4-1-5 1 0 1 0 1 4 3-4 .750 0-0 0-0 2-1-3 1 0 1 0 0 6 2-4 .500 0-0 2-2 2-2-4 2 0 1 0 0 6 4-4 1.000 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 1 0 1 0 0 8 1-1 1.000 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 3 0 0 0 0 3 3-7 .429 0-1 2-3 3-3-6 1 0 0 0 0 8 0-2 .000 0-0 1-1 1-3-4 2 0 0 0 1 1 3-5 ,600 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 2 0 0 6 0-1 .000 0-0 1-2 3-2-5 4 1 2 1 0 1 0-2 .000 0-0 0-0 1-4-5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 3 0 2 0 0 0 3-3 1.000 0-0 0-3 1-0-1 4 0 1 0 0 6 1-2 .500 0-0 1-2 0-3-3 0 0 1 1 1 3 1-4 .250 0-0 2-4 2-0-2 1 0 0 0 0 4 1-2 .500 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2-2 1.000 0-0 1-1 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 1 5 4-5 .800 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 1 0 0 8 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 1 0 0 1 0 2-3 .667 0-0 0-0 2-1-3 3 0 1 0 0 4

70 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

TIM FRAZIER (#23)

FRAZIER 2009-10 SEASON Opp. Date GS Min FG Pct 3FG FT-FTA PENN 11/13 8 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 ROBERT  MORRIS 11/16 30 6-11 .545 4-5 3-5 11/19 26 1-8 .125 0-0 6-8 vs. UNCW vs. Tulane 11/20 15 1-2 .500 0-0 6-7 vs. Davidson 11/22 * 34 3-5 .600 0-0 1-2 SACRED HEART 11/25 * 23 3-7 .428 0-1 1-1 @ Virginia 11/30 * 26 4-8 .500 0-2 3-5 12/5 * 16 0-3 .000 0-1 0-0 @ Temple UMBC 12/8 * 25 3-6 .500 1-2 0-0 VIRGINIA TECH 12/12 * 23 1-5 .200 0-0 0-0 GARDNER-WEBB 12/19 * 29 4-8 .500 2-3 8-9 AMERICAN 12/21 * 24 2-5 .400 0-2 3-4 @ Minnesota 12/29 13 2-5 .400 1-2 0-0 WISCONSIN 1/3 13 0-2 .000 0-0 0-2 MICHIGAN 1/7 16 1-2 .500 0-0 1-2 @ Illinois 1/12 * 19 1-2 .500 0-0 0-0 @ Iowa 1/16 * 31 1-4 .250 0-0 2-3 INDIANA 1/21 12 2-4 .500 1-1 0-0 @ Wisconsin 1/24 3 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 ILLINOIS 1/27 12 0-3 .000 0-1 0-0 @ Purdue 1/31 22 0-4 .000 0-0 2-2 @ Ohio State 2/3 13 1-3 .333 0-0 0-0 MINNESOTA 2/6 21 3-4 .750 0-0 1-2 MICHIGAN STATE 2/13 17 0-3 .000 0-1 1-2 @ Northwestern 2/17 16 2-4 .500 0-0 0-0 @ Michigan 2/20 20 2-5 .400 0-0 1-2 OHIO STATE 2/24 13 1-2 .500 0-0 3-4 NORTHWESTERN 2/28 11 4-4 1.000 0-0 1-4 @ Michigan State 3/4 7 0-2 .000 0-1 0-0 PURDUE 3/6 20 1-4 .250 0-1 0-0 12 2-5 .400 0-0 0-0 vs. Minnesota (B1G) 3/11

O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl 0-1-1 1 2 0 0 0 1-1-2 3 3 3 0 1 3-1-4 4 2 2 0 3 0-1-1 4 1 2 0 0 0-5-5 2 3 2 0 3 0-2-2 1 5 0 0 1 0-2-2 3 5 1 0 1 0-1-1 2 1 3 0 0 0-4-4 0 5 2 0 2 2-3-5 4 3 1 1 0 2-3-5 0 7 2 0 2 0-3-3 1 0 3 0 2 1-1-2 2 5 3 0 0 1-3-4 4 1 2 0 0 0-4-4 4 1 1 0 1 0-3-3 2 3 1 0 2 0-4-4 4 1 1 1 1 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0-1-1 0 2 1 0 0 0-4-4 1 2 0 0 0 0-1-1 3 2 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0-2-2 1 2 1 0 1 0-1-1 3 2 1 0 0 0-3-3 1 1 1 0 1 0-4-4 3 3 2 0 1 0-0-0 3 4 1 0 0 0-1-1 0 1 1 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 1-1-2 2 5 5 0 1 0-1-1 3 2 4 0 0

Pts 0 19 8 8 7 7 11 0 7 2 18 7 5 0 3 2 4 5 0 0 2 2 7 1 4 5 5 9 0 2 4


FRAZIER 2010-11 SEASON Opp. Date GS Min FG Pct 3FG FT-FTA LEHIGH 11/12 * 30 1-5 .200 0-0 4-4 SAINT JOSEPH’S 11/16 * 15 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 FAIRFIELD 11/19 * 31 0-2 .000 0-1 3-4 C. CONN. STATE 11/22 * 28 4-5 .800 0-1 0-0 @ Ole Miss 11/26 * 23 1-2 .500 0-1 0-0 FURMAN 11/28 * 28 2-4 .500 0-0 0-0 MARYLAND 12/1 * 33 1-8 .125 0-2 1-3 DUQUESNE 12/4 * 26 2-2 1.000 0-0 3-6 MT ST. MARY’S 12/7 * 33 1-3 .333 0-0 1-2 @ Virginia Tech 12/12 * 25 3-4 .750 1-1 2-2 MAINE 12/21 * 21 2-4 .500 0-0 0-0 @ Indiana 12/27 * 28 1-2 .500 0-1 3-4 @ Michigan 1/02 * 37 1-4 .250 0-1 0-0 PURDUE 1/5 * 22 1-6 .167 0-3 0-0 MICHIGAN STATE 1/8 * 22 0-3 .000 0-0 1-2 ILLINOIS 1/11 * 33 0-6 .000 0-1 2-2 @ Ohio State 1/15 * 32 4-4 1.000 0-0 3-4 1/19 * 37 4-5 .800 0-0 0-0 @ Purdue IOWA 1/26 * 31 1-2 .500 0-0 1-1 WISCONSIN 1/29 * 28 1-1 1.000 0-0 0-0 @ Illinois 2/01 * 38 4-12 .333 0-1 4-7 MICHIGAN 2/6 * 28 2-6 .333 1-3 2-2 @ Michigan State 2/10 * 26 0-7 .000 0-1 0-0 NORTHWESTERN 2/13 * 33 1-4 .250 0-0 10-13 MINNESOTA 2/17 * 35 3-4 .750 2-2 0-0 @ Wisconsin 2/20 * 38 5-7 .714 2-2 0-0 @ Northwestern 02/24 * 38 2-6 .333 0-2 6-6 3/1 34 2-4 .500 0-0 2-2 OHIO STATE @ Minnesota 3/6 * 40 2-6 .333 1-1 2-2 vs Indiana (B1G) 3/10 * 31 2-4 .500 1-1 0-0 vs Wisconsin (B1G) 3/11 * 39 2-5 .400 0-0 4-4 3/12 * 39 9-13 .692 1-3 3-6 vs Michigan St. (B1G) vs Ohio State (B1G) 3/13 * 26 2-8 .250 1-1 0-0 vs Temple (NCAA) 3/17 * 40 5-6 .833 1-2 4-5

O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 2-5-7 0 6 3 0 1 6 0-1-1 2 2 3 0 1 0 1-3-4 2 7 2 0 1 3 0-3-3 2 7 2 0 2 8 0-0-0 4 6 2 0 1 2 2-4-6 3 5 4 1 4 4 4-3-7 3 3 2 0 2 3 0-4-4 3 2 2 0 0 7 0-2-2 2 4 2 0 0 3 0-1-1 1 2 3 0 1 9 0-0-0 2 3 1 0 1 4 0-0-0 4 5 3 0 2 5 0-5-5 3 6 1 0 1 2 0-1-1 3 8 3 0 2 2 0-4-4 4 2 0 0 1 1 1-7-8 1 4 0 0 2 2 1-5-6 2 5 4 0 1 11 0-3-3 3 5 3 1 0 8 1-3-4 2 6 5 0 1 3 1-2-3 1 4 2 0 1 2 1-6-7 2 3 2 0 1 12 2-0-2 4 8 3 1 0 7 0-3-3 5 5 1 0 0 0 0-3-3 1 7 2 0 1 12 1-2-3 4 8 2 0 0 8 0-6-6 4 4 3 0 1 12 0-5-5 0 10 2 0 1 10 0-2-2 3 3 6 0 0 6 0-7-7 3 6 0 0 1 7 0-3-3 3 5 4 0 0 5 2-5-7 3 4 3 0 1 8 2-6-8 2 6 2 1 1 22 0-2-2 4 5 2 0 1 5 0-5-5 4 7 3 0 2 15

FRAZIER 2011-12 SEASON Opp. HARTFORD RADFORD LONG ISLAND vs. Kentucky vs. S. Florida YSU @ St. Joe’s @ Boston Coll. MISSISSIPPI LAFAYETTE @ Duquesne MT. ST. MARY’S CORNELL @ Michigan @ Northwestern PURDUE INDIANA @ Nebraska MINNESOTA ILLINOIS @ Indiana @ Ohio State WISCONSIN @ Iowa @ Michigan St. NEBRASKA IOWA @ Wisconsin NORTHWESTERN @ Purdue MICHIGAN INDIANA (B1G)

Date GS Min FG Pct 3FG FT-FTA 11/12 * 28 4-11 .364 0-1 8-9 11/14 * 34 9-14 .643 0-0 2-3 11/16 * 35 9-18 .500 3-4 5-6 11/19 * 36 4-14 .286 0-1 3-9 11/20 * 38 8-15 .533 1-3 10-15 11/23 * 38 8-11 .727 2-2 8-11 11/26 * 37 4-19 .210 0-3 0-1 11/30 * 29 7-12 .583 3-5 5-6 12/4 * 39 5-13 .385 0-3 7-10 12/7 * 34 0-12 .000 0-5 3-4 12/10 * 40 4-9 .444 0-2 7-8 12/18 * 38 5-13 .385 0-2 5-7 12/21 * 39 4-12 .333 0-2 9-13 12/29 * 35 8-18 .444 0-2 4-6 1/1 * 35 5-11 .455 0-2 6-9 1/5 * 38 7-20 .350 1-2 0-1 1/8 * 38 7-23 .304 1-6 6-7 1/11 * 40 10-16 .625 1-4 9-9 1/15 * 39 5-15 .333 3-5 7-8 1/19 * 38 4-11 .363 0-1 4-4 1/22 * 40 7-18 .388 1-3 6-6 1/25 * 39 6-17 .352 1-2 3-4 1/31 * 39 8-22 .364 0-2 5-6 2/4 * 40 10-20 .500 2-4 1-1 2/8 * 37 6-18 .333 0-3 7-8 2/11 * 39 7-9 .778 1-1 8-8 2/16 * 34 6-13 .462 0-1 6-6 2/19 * 40 9-20 .450 0-3 2-2 2/25 * 39 9-17 .529 1-2 4-4 2/29 * 39 10-16 .625 1-2 3-3 3/4 * 35 4-16 .250 1-2 2-3 3/8 * 39 9-24 .375 4-6 4-4

O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 0-4-4 4 6 4 0 5 16 2-4-6 2 10 3 1 3 20 1-4-5 3 10 4 1 2 26 1-5-6 3 6 2 0 0 11 2-4-6 3 1 4 0 3 27 2-2-4 0 11 2 0 2 26 3-8-11 3 6 4 0 2 8 3-1-4 4 5 7 0 3 22 3-3-6 2 9 5 0 1 17 1-2-3 4 9 5 0 2 3 0-7-7 1 6 3 1 2 15 0-2-2 1 8 1 0 2 15 3-8-11 3 6 5 1 1 17 1-3-4 3 4 5 0 1 20 3-2-5 3 3 4 0 4 16 3-2-5 4 9 4 0 3 15 0-3-3 5 7 1 0 1 21 2-4-6 2 4 5 0 6 30 1-0-1 3 5 3 1 4 20 1-3-4 4 9 4 0 1 12 1-2-3 4 1 3 0 0 21 0-1-1 4 4 4 1 0 16 1-3-4 1 7 2 0 1 21 2-3-5 2 5 7 0 2 23 1-4-5 4 7 6 0 2 19 1-9-10 3 9 5 0 3 23 1-2-3 4 4 2 0 4 18 1-3-4 3 4 3 0 2 20 1-0-1 2 8 1 0 1 23 0-5-5 3 6 2 0 4 24 3-1-4 3 5 3 0 4 11 0-2-2 4 4 4 1 5 26

JON GRAHAM (#25)

GRAHAM 2011-12 SEASON Opp. HARTFORD RADFORD LONG ISLAND vs. Kentucky vs. S.Florida YSU @ St. Joe’s @ Boston Coll. Ole Miss LAFAYETTE @ Duquesne MT. ST. MARY’S @ Michigan @ Northwestern PURDUE INDIANA @ Nebraska MINNESOTA ILLINOIS @ Indiana @ Ohio State WISCONSIN @ Iowa @ Michigan St. NEBRASKA IOWA @ Wisconsin NORTHWESTERN @ Purdue MICHIGAN INDIANA (B1G)

Date GS Min FG Pct 3FG FT-FTA 11/12 9 0-6 .000 0-0 1-2 11/14 20 3-5 .600 0-0 1-3 11/16 13 3-5 .600 0-0 0-0 11/19 19 3-6 .500 0-0 0-0 11/20 11 1-3 .333 0-0 0-0 11/23 18 2-3 .667 0-0 0-0 11/26 9 0-2 .000 0-0 0-0 11/30 DNP 12/4 DNP 12/7 DNP 12/10 DNP 12/18 DNP 12/29 14 1-3 .333 0-0 0-1 1/1 6 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 1/5 * 21 2-4 .500 0-0 0-1 1/8 * 23 3-3 1.000 0-0 2-4 1/11 * 10 1-1 1.000 0-0 1-2 1/15 * 17 1-3 .333 0-0 0-0 1/19 * 21 0-3 .000 0-0 1-3 1/22 * 15 0-2 .000 0-0 0-0 1/25 * 8 1-2 .500 0-0 0-0 1/31 * 26 2-4 .500 0-0 0-3 2/4 * 23 2-3 .666 0-0 0-0 2/8 * 23 1-3 .333 0-0 1-2 2/11 * 20 2-3 .667 0-0 1-2 2/16 * 27 3-3 1.000 0-0 4-4 2/19 * 35 4-9 .444 0-0 1-3 2/25 * 19 5-6 .833 0-0 0-2 2/29 * 13 2-2 1.000 0-0 0-0 3/4 * 17 1-7 .143 0-0 0-0 3/8 * 23 1-5 .200 0-0 0-1

O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 3-0-3 2 0 2 0 0 1 3-1-4 1 0 1 0 2 7 3-2-5 2 0 0 3 0 6 3-2-5 1 0 0 1 1 6 2-0-2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2-3-5 1 0 3 0 0 4 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0

1-5-6 1 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 2-1-3 2 0 1 1 2-1-3 2 1 1 1 1-1-2 2 0 1 0 2-3-5 3 0 2 0 3-4-7 4 1 3 2 1-0-1 2 0 1 1 1-2-3 5 0 1 0 2-3-5 2 0 1 2 0-1-1 4 0 1 1 1-3-4 4 1 1 1 1-4-5 2 0 2 0 3-3-6 4 0 2 2 4-6-10 2 0 1 2 1-2-3 4 0 1 0 0-0-0 3 1 1 0 0-0-0 3 1 3 0 3-4-7 3 1 0 2

0 2 0 0 0 4 1 8 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 4 1 4 0 3 1 5 0 10 1 9 1 10 0 4 0 2 0 2

JERMAINE MARSHALL (#11) MARSHALL 2010-11 SEASON

Opp. Date GS Min FG Pct 3FG FT-FTA LEHIGH 11/12 1 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 FAIRFIELD 11/19 2 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 4 1-1 1.000 0-0 2-2 C. CONN STATE 11/22 FURMAN 11/28 1 1-1 1.000 0-0 0-0 DUQUESNE 12/4 3 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 @ Virginia Tech 12/12 4 0-2 .000 0-2 0-0 MAINE 12/21 9 2-5 .400 1-2 1-2 1/5 28 6-10 .600 2-4 4-5 PURDUE MICHIGAN STATE 1/8 19 3-4 .750 1-1 1-3 ILLINOIS 1/11 8 0-4 .000 0-2 0-0 @ Ohio State 01/15 5 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 @ Purdue 1/19 2 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 IOWA 1/26 4 0-2 .000 0-2 0-0 WISCONSIN 1/29 12 1-2 .500 0-1 2-3 @ Illinois 2/01 6 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 MICHIGAN 2/6 11 0-3 .000 0-1 0-0 @ Michigan State 2/10 11 1-4 .250 0-0 0-0 NORTHWESTERN 2/13 2 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 MINNESOTA 2/17 5 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 @ Wisconsin 2/20 11 2-3 .667 0-1 0-0 @ Northwestern 2/24 2 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 OHIO STATE 3/1 5 1-1 1.000 0-0 1-2 @ Minnesota 3/6 19 3-5 .600 0-1 0-0 vs Indiana (B1G) 3/10 17 2-4 .500 2-2 1-3 vs Wisconsin (B1G) 3/11 7 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0 3/12 16 1-2 .500 0-1 0-0 vs Michigan St. (B1G) vs Ohio State (B1G) 3/13 25 1-5 .200 0-1 2-2 vs Temple (NCAA) 3/17 12 0-1 .000 0-1 0-0

O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 1 4 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0-0-0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1-2-3 4 2 1 0 2 6 0-2-2 5 1 1 0 2 18 0-0-0 4 0 0 0 0 8 0-0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1-1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0-0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0-0-0 2 1 1 0 1 2 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-0-0 2 2 1 0 0 4 0-0-0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1-1-2 1 0 0 0 2 6 1-1-2 2 0 1 0 1 7 0-0-0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0-3-3 1 0 0 2 0 2 0-2-2 1 1 0 0 1 4 0-1-1 0 0 1 0 1 0

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MARSHALL 2011-12 SEASON Opp. HARTFORD RADFORD LONG ISLAND vs. Kentucky vs. S. Florida YSU @ St. Joe’s @ Boston Coll MISSISSIPPI LAFAYETTE @ Duquesne MT. ST. MARY’S CORNELL @ Michigan @ Northwestern PURDUE INDIANA @ Nebraska MINNESOTA ILLINOIS @ Indiana @ Ohio State WISCONSIN @ Iowa @ Michigan St. NEBRASKA IOWA @ Wisconsin NORTHWESTERN @ Purdue MICHIGAN INDIANA (B1G)

Date GS Min FG Pct 3FG FT-FTA O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 11/12 DNP 11/14 10 1-1 1.0 1-1 1-2 0-0-0 1 0 2 0 1 4 11/16 19 0-4 .000 0-3 2-2 1-0-1 3 2 2 0 0 2 11/19 17 0-4 .000 0-3 0-0 1-0-1 1 0 1 0 1 0 11/20 19 5-9 .556 2-5 2-2 0-2-2 3 1 1 1 3 14 11/23 18 2-6 .333 2-5 2-4 0-1-1 2 0 3 0 1 8 11/26 5 0-4 .000 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 1 0 1 0 0 0 11/30 35 8-16 .500 3-6 3-4 0-8-8 1 0 1 0 1 22 12/4 * 30 4-7 .571 1-3 1-3 0-7-7 3 2 4 1 0 10 12/7 * 32 5-13 .385 1-4 9-11 2-7-9 4 1 3 1 3 20 12/10 * 38 5-13 .385 2-4 0-1 2-4-6 3 3 4 0 1 12 12/18 * 31 3-7 .429 2-4 2-3 0-4-4 1 2 0 0 2 10 12/21 * 27 2-9 .222 0-2 8-11 2-2-4 3 2 3 3 2 12 12/29 * 22 3-4 .750 2-2 1-1 0-4-4 4 1 3 0 0 9 1/1 * 31 5-14 .357 3-8 1-4 0-3-3 2 3 5 0 2 14 1/5 * 34 3-7 .429 1-3 3-4 0-5-5 2 1 2 0 2 10 1/8 * 31 7-16 .438 2-7 4-4 0-3-3 2 1 3 1 1 20 1/11 * 14 1-7 .143 0-3 0-0 1-0-1 5 0 1 0 0 2 1/15 * 30 4-19 .211 2-9 2-2 1-4-5 2 1 0 1 0 12 1/19 33 2-8 .250 1-3 2-2 1-4-5 1 2 2 3 2 7 1/22 17 3-7 .429 0-4 2-2 0-2-2 4 0 1 0 0 8 1/25 * 37 5-16 .313 1-6 3-6 1-5-6 2 1 3 1 1 14 1/31 * 30 6-13 .462 1-4 0-0 0-5-5 4 1 0 0 0 13 2/4 * 24 5-9 .555 3-5 0-0 1-3-4 4 0 2 0 0 13 2/8 28 4-10 .400 1-4 3-3 0-5-5 5 0 1 1 1 12 2/11 20 5-8 .625 2-3 0-0 1-2-3 4 2 0 1 0 12 2/16 35 4-12 .333 2-5 0-0 2-5-7 3 1 1 0 1 10 2/19 31 4-8 .500 2-5 2-2 1-0-1 2 2 0 0 2 12 2/25 23 4-9 .444 0-3 0-0 2-5-7 2 3 2 0 0 8 2/29 * 37 3-10 .300 1-6 3-4 1-2-3 3 2 3 0 4 10 3/4 * 40 10-18 .555 4-8 3-3 3-5-8 1 0 2 0 0 27 3/8 * 38 1-6 .167 1-3 6-7 0-4-4 4 0 1 2 1 9

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ROSS TRAVIS (#43)

TRAVIS 2011-12 SEASON Opp. HARTFORD RADFORD LONG ISLAND vs. Kentucky vs. S. Florida YSU @ St. Joe’s @ Boston Coll. MISSISSIPPI LAFAYETTE @ Duquesne MT. ST. MARY’S CORNELL @ Michigan @ Northwestern PURDUE INDIANA @ Nebraska MINNESOTA ILLINOIS @ Indiana @ Ohio State WISCONSIN @ Iowa @ Michigan St. NEBRASKA IOWA @ Wisconsin NORTHWESTERN @ Purdue MICHIGAN INDIANA (B1G)

Date GS Min FG Pct 3FG FT-FTA 11/12 * 13 1-3 .333 0-0 0-0 11/14 18 2-4 .500 0-2 0-0 11/16 10 1-2 .500 0-1 0-1 11/19 25 4-10 .400 2-5 0-1 11/20 14 0-3 .000 0-1 0-0 11/23 22 2-3 .667 0-0 2-5 11/26 28 5-9 .555 0-2 0-4 11/30 * 23 3-9 .333 0-3 1-2 12/4 * 21 1-6 .167 0-1 0-0 12/7 * 25 5-5 1.000 1-1 1-7 12/10 * 9 1-2 .500 0-1 2-2 12/18 * 14 2-4 .500 1-2 0-0 12/21 * 9 1-2 .500 0-1 0-0 12/29 18 0-4 .000 0-2 0-0 1/1 5 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 1/5 15 0-1 .000 0-1 2-2 1/8 17 3-4 .750 0-0 2-2 1/11 22 2-6 .333 0-1 3-5 1/15 22 1-4 .250 0-0 2-2 1/19 * 11 2-4 .500 0-0 0-0 1/22 * 9 1-1 1.000 0-0 0-0 1/25 20 2-10 .200 0-0 1-2 1/31 11 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 2/4 16 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 2/8 17 1-2 .500 0-0 0-0 2/11 * 18 2-2 1.000 0-0 0-0 2/16 * 17 1-3 .333 0-0 0-2 2/19 * 23 2-3 .666 0-0 1-2 2/25 * 31 5-8 .625 0-0 0-0 2/29 * 23 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0 3/4 * 27 5-5 1.000 0-0 5-7 3/8 * 21 2-5 .400 0-0 2-4

O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 3-4-7 5 0 1 0 0 2 1-4-5 2 0 0 0 0 4 0-2-2 1 0 0 1 0 2 2-6-8 1 2 1 0 1 10 2-2-4 2 1 1 0 2 0 2-3-5 2 0 3 1 3 6 3-3-6 3 0 2 1 0 10 1-4-5 3 0 0 1 0 7 1-1-2 0 0 1 0 1 2 4-4-8 2 3 0 0 0 12 1-1-2 2 0 2 0 0 4 2-3-5 4 0 2 0 1 5 1-2-3 1 0 0 0 1 2 1-1-2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-2-2 1 0 0 0 0 2 3-3-6 0 1 0 0 0 8 2-5-7 1 0 0 0 0 7 6-2-8 5 0 2 0 0 4 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0-0-0 3 1 0 0 0 2 3-5-8 3 0 1 0 2 5 2-2-4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2-3 3 1 0 0 1 0 1-0-1 2 1 0 0 1 2 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 0 4 1-5-6 1 1 1 0 0 2 1-1-2 3 0 0 0 2 5 4-5-9 3 1 3 0 1 10 1-1-2 5 0 1 0 0 0 5-1-6 3 0 1 1 0 15 3-4-7 4 0 1 3 0 6


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PATRICK

CHAMBERS

head COACH n 2nd Season PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY, ‘94 Introduced as just the 12th head coach in Nittany Lion basketball history on June 6, 2011, Patrick Chambers quickly energized the Penn State fan base with his passion and enthusiasm and his team’s all-out style of play.

“It is incredible the pride, the passion here at Penn State. We have everything we need to be successful.” – PATRICK CHAMBERS

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Described as passionate, energetic, upbeat and dynamic by media in attendance, Chambers’ first appearance as the leader of Penn State basketball was described as “less an introduction than a passionate call to arms” by Blue-White Illustrated’s Nate Bauer. “I hope you all embrace this new attitude that we’re going to bring,” Chambers declared. “We’re going to follow in the traditions of Penn State basketball. Succes with Honor is our motto. We’re going to recruit kids that are serious about their degrees, that love to play basketball, that will represent Penn State with integrity and will be out in the community and work charities and do whatever we can to help the area. “We’re going to play a style I hope you will enjoy and come out and support. We are going to play up-tempo. We’re going to push the ball. We’re going to get layups. If we don’t get layups, we’re going to shoot threes.” Chambers wasted little time in spreading that message to his Nittany Lion team and the Penn State fan base far and wide. He traveled 10,500 miles in his first eight days on the job to personally visit with each returning and incoming player and their families (except Sasa Borovnjak in Serbia). He ordered up a pair of golf carts and began making spur-of-the-moment trips around the Penn State campus distributing t-shirts and his infectious energy. He visited amusement parks, pep rallies, student groups, and classes and threw out first pitches. Chambers even went as far as to go behind the counter to serve free Big Macs to students at State College’s downtown McDonald’s and donned a Penn State football jersey and helmet to fire up the famed “Nittanyville” student campout prior to the Lion football team’s 2011 clash with Alabama. He was seem-


PATRICK CHAMBERS

“We’re going to recruit kids that are serious about their degrees, that love to play basketball, that will represent Penn State with integrity and will be out in the community and work charities and do whatever we can to help the area. We are going to play up-tempo. We’re going to push the ball. We’re going to get layups. If we don’t – PATRICK CHAMBERS get layups, we’re going to shoot threes.” ingly everywhere in his first year on the job, most importantly the recruiting trail, and showed no signs of slowing down despite reconstructive knee surgery in the spring of 2012 that placed him on crutches for nearly two months. On the court, he seized the attention of his team with fast-paced, high-intensity practices and his positive, relentless and direct in-game coaching. He guided junior Tim Frazier to one of the best seasons in Lion history as the 6-1 guard earned first-team AllBig Ten honors after leading the conference in assists and finishing second in scoring and steals. Frazier de-

veloped into the team’s unquestioned floor leader and set a Penn State season record in assists (198). The youngest of 12 children (nine boys, three girls) from a Philadelphia Irish Catholic family so large it ate dinner in shifts, Chambers’ route to Penn State was anything but usual and stands as a testament to the values of family, faith and attitude, which he holds dear. It was a path shaped by 2011 Naismith Hall of Fame inductee Herb Magee, Philadelphia high school coaching legend Dan Dougherty and highly successful Villanova coach Jay Wright. It was also shaped by a life altering attack that nearly claimed his life 10 years prior to his accepting the Nittany Lion post. Chambers rise in coaching has been meteoric. He served as a part-time assistant at Episcopal Academy (HS), Director of Operations at Villanova, assistant coach at Villanova, associate head coach on Jay Wright’s 2009 NCAA Final Four team and head coach at Boston University in a short seven years prior to leading a Big Ten program. The dizzying pace is reflective of his no holds barred approach to every day. Chambers came to Penn State from Boston University, where in 2010-11 he led the Terriers to the America East Conference Championship and the program’s first NCAA

CHAMBERS FILE Family: Wife: Courtney; Daughters: Grace and Caitlin; Son: Ryan Hometown: Newtown Square, Pa. College: Philadelphia University, 1994 Hired At Penn State: June 6, 2011 Overall Record: 54-48 (3 years) Post-Season Appearances: 2 1 NCAA (2011); 1 CBI (2010) Record At Penn State: 12-20 (1 year)

Collegiate Coaching Experience: 1995-96_Delaware Valley (Pa.) College (Asst) 2004-05_____________ Villanova (Dir. Ops) 2005-08_______________ Villanova (Asst.) 2008-09____ Villanova (Assoc. Head Coach) 2009-11____ Boston University (Head Coach) 2011-present____ Penn State (Head Coach) Playing Experience: 1991-94___________Philadelphia University _______ All-time career assist record holder

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“Expect to see a gritty team that will fight for 40 minutes. We are going to defend, rebound, dive, take charges, help each other up. There is going to be a lot of energy and enthusiasm. We are going to push it and hopefully score some easy baskets. Fans are going to enjoy the style of play. It will jump out: the chemistry, caring for one another, team atmosphere and family feeling.” – PATRICK CHAMBERS on his team

DID YOU KNOW? n Patrick Chambers has been on coaching staffs that have made six NCAA Tournament appearances (17 games) in his eight seasons in collegiate coaching. n Patrick Chambers is the youngest of 12 children n Three of Patrick Chambers 11 siblings graduated from Penn State and he has a nephew, Patrick Flanagan, on the Nittany Lion football team. n Patrick Chambers spent 10 years as a highly successful salesman and part owner of his family’s printing business in Philadelphia. n Patrick Chambers was in collegiate coaching just five years before earning his first head coaching position at Boston University. n Patrick Chambers played in college for 2011 Naismith Hall of Fame inductee Herb Magee, also known as “The Shot Doctor.” n Patrick Chambers helped lead Villanova to five straight NCAA Tournament appearances and the 2009 Final Four. n Patrick Chambers was instrumental in recruiting the No. 3 ranked recruiting class in the nation according to ESPN.com to Villanova in 2009 n Patrick Chambers older brother, Tim, was the 1984 Ivy League Player of the Year in football and led Penn to three-straight Ivy League titles. He is now a writer, producer and director and released the film “Mighty Macs” about the Immaculata women’s 1972 NCAA championship team. n Patrick Chambers older brother, Paul, was a three-year starter at point guard for the Penn Quakers. 76 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

“We’ve got to go where the best players are to help compete on a daily basis and get kids who are serious about getting a degree. Is Philly important for us? Yeah. Why? Because it’s got a ton of players. So does New Jersey. So does New York. So does Maryland and Florida and Texas.” – PATRICK CHAMBERS on recruiting

Tournament berth since 2002. He posted a 42-28 record in two years in his first head coaching stint at BU. He was the only BU coach in history to earn 20 wins in each of his first two seasons and the fastest to earn a conference championship in program history. The Terriers earned a 21-14 mark for the second straight year under Chambers in 2010-11. Led by 2011 America East Player-of-the-Year and two-time scoring champion John Holland, BU fell after challenging No. 1 seed Kansas in the Terriers’ first NCAA Tournament game since 2002. Chambers led BU to the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational in 2009-10. The Terriers won at Oregon State and beat Morehead State in the CBI, marking BU’s first postseason wins since 1959. BU also posted its first perfect home conference record since 1998. Chambers stocked his Boston University teams with Philadelphia talent, including six players from the Philadelphia area in 2010-11, relying on long standing relationships and his first hand experience in the basketball community in the “City of Brotherly Love.” He also energized a stagnant basketball fan base at the hockey-centric school. A native of Newtown Square, Pa., Chambers previously played for and coached with two of the nation’s most successful college coaches. From 2004-09, he was a member of Wright’s staff at Villanova University, serving as associate head coach in 2008-09. He helped the Wildcats earn four NCAA Sweet 16 appearances and advance to the 2009 NCAA Final Four during his tenure. Chambers played for Magee at Philadelphia University (formerly Philadelphia Textile), helping Magee become college basketball’s all-time victories leader (941) and a 2011 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inductee. During Chambers five seasons on Wright’s Villanova staff, he was instrumental in helping lead the Wildcats to a 126-45 record (.737), including the school’s single-season win record of 30-8 in 2008-09. The Wildcats advanced to the NCAA Tournament all five seasons of Chambers’ tenure and posted a 56-28 (.667) record in Big East Conference games. Chambers had responsibilities in all facets of the program, including recruiting, scouting, on-court teaching and player development. He was instrumental in building the Wildcats 2009 recruiting class that was ranked No. 3 in the nation by ESPN.com and brought in ESPNU Top 100 players


“Who wouldn’t want to play for a guy like Pat Chambers? Are you kidding me?...You’ve got to love the effort of Penn state. these guys resemble their head coach in patrick chambers. he’s an all or nothing guy, and they are leaving it all on the floor.”

- Stephen Bardo, ESPN, 1/15/12

“I got into (coaching) to help people and give back. I wanted to help kids. I wanted to help people the way they helped me. I was lucky to be around some amazing coaches who changed my life. I wanted to do the same for other kids.” – PATRICK CHAMBERS on coaching

Maalik Wayns, Dominic Cheek, Mouphtaou Yarou and Isaiah Armwood to Villanova. Named Villanova’s associate head coach in 2008, Chambers helped lead the Wildcats to the 2009 NCAA Final Four, the school’s first in 24 years, and saw Villanova advance to the Sweet 16 for the fourth time in five NCAA appearances during his tenure. Villanova posted an 11-5 mark in the NCAA Tournament during Chambers’ time on the Wildcat staff and won at least 22 games in each of his five seasons, including the 2009 senior class posting a school record 126 career victories. Chambers also served as Villanova Director of Basketball Operations (2004-05) and as an assistant coach (2005-2008) under Wright, the 2009 Big East Coach-of-the-Year. Four Villanova players Chambers worked with played in the NBA and five other Wildcats from his tenure have played professionally overseas. He recruited four McDonald’s All-Americans to Villanova. Chambers was a standout guard under Magee, known as “The Shot Doctor,” at Philadelphia U. graduating from the University in 1994 with a degree in marketing and a minor in finance. He joined the NCAA Division II University’s basketball team as a walk-on in 1990 and went on to have an outstanding career, becoming the team’s starting point guard, earning firstteam All-ECAC honors and leaving as the school record holder in assists with 709. Chambers helped lead the Rams to four NCAA Division II Sweet 16 appearances and two Elite Eight appearances. Chambers began his coaching career with a one-year stint as an assistant coach at Delaware Valley (Pa.) College in 1995-96. He left coaching to pursue the family business, but returned in 1999 after being named the top varsity assistant coach at Episcopal Academy, a position he held through 2004. High School All-Americans Wayne Ellington (North Carolina) and Gerald Henderson (Duke) were among the players he helped develop at Episcopal Academy under coach Dan Dougherty. Chambers himself played for Dougherty at Episcopal on the same team with current Nittany Lion associate head coach Eugene Burroughs. Dougherty logged 621 victories at Episcopal,

CHAMBERS COACHING RECORD YEAR OVERALL BOSTON UNIVERSITY 2009-10 21-14 2010-11 21-14 PENN STATE 2011-12 12-20 TOTALS 2 Years 54-48

PCT. CONF.

PCT.

FINISH

.600 .600

.688 .750

4th/2nd in Tourn. CBI Semifinals 2nd/Won Tourn. NCAA 2nd Round

11-5 12-4

POST-SEASON

.375 4-14 .222 T11th .529

27-23

.540

1 Tournament Title

1 NCAA

CHAMBERS VS. OPPONENTS Albany 4-0 Binghampton 4-0 Boston College 1-0 Bucknell 1-1 Canisius 1-0 Connecticut 0-1 Cornell 2-0 Dayton 0-1 Delaware 1-0 Duquesne 0-1 George Washington 1-1 0-1 Georgia Tech Hampton 0-1 Hartford 6-1 Harvard 0-2 Illinois 1-0 Indiana 1-3 Iona 0-1 Iowa 1-1 Kansas 0-1 Kansas State 0-1 Kentucky 0-2 Lafayette 0-1 La Salle 0-1 LIU 1-0 Maine 2-2 Marist 2-0

Massachusetts 0-1 Michigan 0-2 Michigan State 0-1 Minnesota 0-1 Mississippi 0-1 Morehead State 1-0 2-0 Mount St. Mary’s Nebraska 1-1 Nevada 1-0 New Hampshire 4-1 Northeastern 1-1 Northwestern 0-2 Ohio State 0-1 Oregon State 1-0 Purdue 1-1 Quinnipiac 0-1 Radford 1-0 Saint Joseph’s 1-1 South Florida 1-0 Stony Brook 4-2 UMBC 3-1 VCU 0-1 Vermont 2-3 Villanova 0-1 Wisconsin 0-2 Youngstown State 1-0

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the most of any city high school coach, and also served collegiate coaching stints as the successor to Bob Knight at Army (1972-75) and as an assistant at Villanova (1967-72). Dougherty coached such standouts in the college game as Fran Dunphy, Bruiser Flint, Fran O’Hanlon and Jerome Allen. Three of Chambers’ 11 siblings are Penn State graduates -- brothers Chris and Joe and a sister, Megan, who resides in State College. A nephew, Patrick Flanagan, is a defensive back on the Nittany Lion football team. Chambers’ older brother, Tim, was the 1984 Ivy League Player-of-the-Year as a defensive back on a Penn football team that won three-consecutive Ivy League titles. Another older brother, Paul, was a three-year starting point guard (1989-92) on the Penn basketball team and stands fifth all-time in career assists for the Quakers with 396. Chambers and his wife, Courtney, have three children. They welcomed their second daughter, Caitlin, in March 2012 following their first season in State College. She joined a sister, Grace, and a brother, Ryan.

NCAA

Chambers led Boston University to the America East Tournament Championship and NCAA Tournament in his second season as a head coach.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT PATRICK CHAMBERS “Penn State and Pat Chambers are a perfect match - class, pride and integrity. Pat is a talented coach and an outstanding recruiter. I watched him interact with people and I just liked him, liked his energy. I remember seeing him come in from work and into practice in his shirt and tie (at Episcopal). I remember thinking, ‘Man, this guy’s rushing in from work, coming on the court, bringing energy.’ I just reallly like his passion. As soon as we got him in here, I could tell he was gonna be outstanding. Very detailed, very organized, a relentless worker and a lot of passion. He’s the whole package.” - Jay Wright, _ Villanova Head Basketball Coach “He’s a leader. The success he’s had in his coaching career doesn’t surprise me at all. If you put him in charge of something, it’s going to get done. No one will work harder and his players will do the same. They’re going to get better each year.” - Herb Magee, Philadelphia University Head Basketball Coach, NCAA All-time Victories Leader 2011 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inductee “It’s hard to imagine Penn State finding a more promising coach and better fit than Patrick Chambers. It certainly helps that he worked for one of the best, classiest coaches in Jay Wright, but Patrick showed in his two years at BU that he could stand on his own as a coach. Penn State has every reason to be thrilled about its basketball future.” - Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News/BTN’s Big Ten Basketball & Beyond

IN THE COMMUNITY

Patrick Chambers has been a very visible and continual presence in the community since arriving at Penn State. He has visited amusement parks, pep rallies, student groups, and classes and thrown out first pitches. Chambers even went as far as to serve free Big Macs to students at State College’s downtown McDonald’s and donned a Penn State football jersey and helmet to fire up the famed “Nittanyville” student campout prior to the Lion football team’s 2011 clash with Alabama. 78 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

“Every Division I coach in Philadelphia knows Chambers is at Penn State...Chambers can walk into any gym in this city and find people he knows. He has relationships with virtually all the AAU movers and shakers. That energy the students saw (on campus) crosses the Susquehanna and then the Schuykill.” - Keith Pompey, Philadelphia Inquirer

“He was selling for the family business and doing well. But, I just had that feeling he would make a great coach. He was one of those people who love the game so much and know the game so well. He had that Philly ability to recognize situations and know what people should be doing and know what to do with the ball and that intense desire to win. I loved the way he interacted with the players. He’s quick to jump on them if they’re not doing everything exactly the right way. There are no short-cuts with him.” - Dan Dougherty, Former Episcopal Academy Head Coach – Mike Jensen, Philadelphia Inquirer “Pat Chambers has been fortunate enough to play for and work for some of the most successful coaches in the Philadelphia area. Hopefully, in addition to leading Boston University to an NCAA Tournament appearance in his second year as a head college coach, these experiences will provide a toolbook and a resource for him to build a program that will be competitive in the Big Ten on a regular basis and make Penn State fans proud.” - Dick “Hoops” Weiss, New York Daily News “Before I joined ESPN.com, I worked in Philadelphia and watched Chambers tutor alongside Villanova coach Jay Wright. His passion for basketball and his eagerness was so overwhelming that more than one person asked, “Is this guy for real?” The implication being that Chambers’ personality might be somewhat disingenuous. It is not. It is who he is. At Boston University, he coached hard and recruited well, the two biggest tools in a head coach’s tool belt. But, he also recognized that involving the fans and inspiring the campus was key. That’s what Penn State needs. In Chambers, that’s what it has: an architect.” - Dana O’Neil, ESPN.com


CHAMBERS LEADS COACHES VS. CANCER-PENN STATE “My staff and I are all in with Penn State Coaches vs. Cancer. We can not only fight cancer, but we can make a difference in the lives of people right here in our community both financially and emotionally letting them know they are not alone.” – PATRICK CHAMBERS Patrick Chambers is enthusiastically leading Penn State’s highly succesful Coaches vs. Cancer organization pledging his 100 percent commitment to pushing the organization, which has raised more than $1.9 million since its inception, to new heights. Now embarking on its 18th year, Coaches vs. Cancer-Penn State consistently ranks among the Top 10 CVC organizations in the nation. It was started in 1995 under then head coach Bruce Parkhill and raises funds to support the American Cancer Society as well as the Bob Perks Fund (BPF), a local initiative that provides direct support for community members and families fighting cancer. CVC-Penn State has donated more than $190,000 to BPF, which is entering its seventh year. CVC-Penn State sponsors a year-round program of events that not only raise funds but serve to heighten awareness for those fighting the disease in the community. The flagship event of the CVC-Penn State program is the annual Coaches vs. Cancer Golf Tournament. The 17th annual event is slated for May 31, 2013. Held at the Penn State Blue and White golf courses, the event features nearly 300 golfers, numerous Penn State head coaches, including football coach Bill O’Brien, celebrity captains from across the Penn State sporting landscape and the State College community and generous and longtime sponsors such as HRI, Inc., G.M. McCrossin, Inc. and Mount Nittany Health System. Another major event is the Reverse Car Drawing held each fall at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, home

of the Penn State baseball team and the State College Spikes. That event has raised more than $200,000 since its inception. The seventh annual event, held Sept. 20, saw more than 800 people turnout and one winner drive away in a 2012 Jaguar. The one-of-a-kind gala kicked off the Penn State-CVC chapter’s drive toward a total of $2 million raised. Penn State also annually holds Coaches vs. Cancer “Band Together” Day at one home game a year. The event brings together cancer survivors and cancer fighting groups from across the community and last year raised more than $30,000. CVC-Penn State also features a student group that raises funds throughout the year, collecting donations at home games in the Jordan Center and conducting an annual CVC 5K Fun Run/Walk on campus. The State College Brew Expo, held annually during the summer at Tussey Mountain, is a newer addition to the slate and raised more than $10,000 last year. Coaches vs. Cancer-Penn State has raised more than $200,000 in net funds in each of the past three years and more than $175,000 in six straight. Funds raised through the American Cancer Society’s Coaches vs. Cancer support the ACS mission to help people Stay Well, Get Well, Find Cures, and Fight Back, both on a local and national level. Due in part to the efforts of Coaches vs. Cancer-Penn State, the American Cancer Society provides direct assistance to more than 200 Centre County residents each year. To get involved please visit CVCPENNSTATE. ORG or call 814-234-1023.

Patrick chambers and his team annually make a visit to the hershey cancer institute to meet with doctors and bring gifts and encouragement to adult and pediatric cancer patients.

More than $1.9 million raised in 17 years Ranked among the Top 10 CVC organizations nationally Raised more than $200,000 each of the last three years Local Bob Perks Fund provides direct financial assistance to survivors and their families in the Centre Region

Year-around slate of events: 17th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament; 7th Annual Reverse Car Drawing; Student 5k Fun Run/Walk; CVC “Band Together” Day; State College Brew Expo PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 79


EUGENE

BURROUGHS

ASSociate head COACH n 2nd Season Richmond, ‘94 Philadelphia native Eugene Burroughs joined the Nittany Lion coaching staff in June of 2011. He brings more than 15 years of collegiate coaching experience to his role as associate head coach as well as a long relationship with Head Coach Patrick Chambers dating to high school. As associate head coach, Burroughs oversees the day-to-day operation of the program; organizes and runs staff meetings involving the coordination of staff operations, recruiting and officials visits; makes regular radio show appearances; works with posts and guards, and has offensive and defensive coordination responsibilities in daily practice. Following his first season at Penn State, Burroughs was invited to attend the 2012 NCAA and BCA Achieving Coaching Excellence (ACE) Program. Burroughs previously served on the coaching staff at Navy during Billy Lange’s entire seven-year tenure from 2004-11, starting as an assistant before being elevated to associate head coach for the 2010-11 season. Like Chambers, Burroughs has strong ties to Villanova coach Jay Wright, having served as an assistant to him at Hofstra for three seasons from 1997-2000, and to Philadelphia coaching legend Dan Dougherty, having played with Chambers at Episcopal Academy. Burroughs also previously served as an assistant coach at Marist College and American University. “I have known coach Burroughs for over 20 years,” Chambers said. “He has experience, knowledge and great passion for the game. Being a former player, he is be able to relate to the players and the challenges they endure on and off the court.” As Associate Head Coach for Player Development at Navy, Burroughs created Navy’s in-season player improvement plan; organized and led pre- and post-practice workouts; directed all shooting workouts; assigned coaching, practice and recruiting duties to the staff; formulated summer workout plans for players, and was the liaison with the team’s strength and conditioning coach and trainer. Burroughs worked with the guards at Navy and was credited with helping to develop All-Patriot League picks such as Greg Sprink, Kaleo Kina and Chris Harris. Burroughs developed a reputation as an outstanding recruiter landing a large number of the top players during the Lange era at Navy, including signing 2011 Patriot League Rookie-of-the-Year J.J. Avila and former Patriot League AllRookie team member Trey Stanton along with multi-year starters O.J. Avworo and Romeo Garcia. Burroughs spent four seasons (2000-04) as an assistant coach at Marist, playing a role in nearly every aspect of the day-to-day operation of the team and helping the Red Foxes to a 19-9 record in 2001-02. Prior to joining the Marist staff, he spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Hofstra (19972000), where he coordinated the individual instruction program for each player, as well has handled team travel and game day operations. During the 1999-2000 season, Burroughs helped lead the Flying Dutchmen to a 24-7 overall mark (16-2 in the America East Conference) and capture the America East Tournament title to advance to the NCAA Tournament. Burroughs began his coaching career with a one-year stint (1996-97) at American University. A 1994 graduate of the University of Richmond with a degree in speech communication, Burroughs played for Dick Tarrant and served as team captain as a senior. He garnered Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) All-Defensive honors as a junior and was named to the CAA All-Rookie Team in 1991. As a co-captain during the 1993-94 campaign, he started in 25 games, leading the Spiders in minutes played (31.1) and assists (4.0), while averaging 8.4 points per game. He dished out 105 assists as a senior, which stands 10th on Richmond’s season assists leader board. Burroughs left the program ranking sixth all-time in steals (127) and assists (316) in Spider history. Burroughs and his wife, Trish, reside in State College.

BURROUGHS FILE

Family: Wife: Trish Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa. College: University of Richmond, 1994 College Coaching Experience: 1996-97_______ American University (Asst.) 1997-2000_______ Hofstra University (Asst.) 2000-04_________________ Marist (Asst.) 2004-10__________ Naval Academy (Asst.) 2010-11_____ Naval Academy (Assoc. Head) 2011-present____ Penn State (Assoc. Head)

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Playing Experience: 1991-94__________ University of Richmond _______________ 1993, CAA All-Defense ____________ 1991, CAA All-Rookie Team _______________ 1994 Team Co-Captain _________ 6th all-time in assists and steals __________ Defeated No. 2 seed Syracuse _____________ in 1991 NCAA first round


KEITH

URGO

assistant coach n 2nd Season fairfield, ‘02

Keith Urgo is in his second season as an assistant coach at Penn State and sixth overall in collegiate coaching. Urgo formerly worked with Patrick Chambers as a member of the Villanova coaching staff. “Keith’s energy, enthusiasm and work ethic are second to none.,” Chambers said. “He is a DC guy that understands the high major level and what it takes to achieve success.” A 2002 graduate of Fairfield University, Urgo played varsity basketball and lacrosse for the Stags. He spent four seasons on Jay Wright’s staff at Villanova serving for two of those seasons alongside Chambers. A native of Washington, D.C., Urgo joined the Wildcats in 2007 as the video coordinator, where he served for one season before being moved up to the role of director of basketball operations in 2008. He spent two seasons in that position, including 2008-09, when Villanova reached the NCAA Final Four. In 2010-11, he served as an assistant coach. The Wildcats made the NCAA Tournament every season while Urgo was on the staff, including a Sweet 16 appearance in 2008 to go with the 2009 Final Four. Urgo came to Villanova from the basketball coaching staff at Gonzaga High School in Washington, D.C. From 2004-06, he coached the junior varsity to a 32-7 record and assisted with the national powerhouse varsity. Urgo earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Fairfield University. Following graduation, he developed a non-profit organization, “Playing for Peace, Inc.”, designed to aide in conflict resolution. The organization is based in four locales: Durbin, South Africa, Northern Ireland, the West Bank in the Middle East and Cypress, Greece. His role there took him first to South Africa and then, with six other recent graduates, to Northern Ireland, where he would remain for 18 months. The organization remains in existence today and now goes by the title “Peace Players International.” It was awarded the 2007 Arthur Ashe ESPY Award by the network for its continuing efforts abroad. Urgo and his wife, Kristy, welcomed a son, Ty Golden, in June of 2011, shortly after he joined the Penn State staff.

URGO FILE Family: Wife: Kristy; Son: Ty Hometown: Washington, D.C. College: Fairfield University, 2002 Coaching Experience: 2004-06______ Gonzaga High School (Asst.) 2007________ Villanova (Video Coordinator) 2008-10__________ Villanova (Director Ops) 2010-11_______________ Villanova (Asst.) 2011-present__________ Penn State (Asst.)

Playing Experience: 1999-2002____________Fairfield University ___________ varsity basketball & lacrosse

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brian

daly

assistant coach n 2nd Season saint joseph’s, ‘92 Brian Daly enters his second season as an assistant coach at Penn State. The Philadelphia native previously worked with Head Coach Patrick Chambers at Boston University and was a standout prep player in Philadelphia and later at Saint Joseph’s. “Coach Daly was instrumental in helping me build Boston University into a championship contender,” Chambers said. “His recruiting prowess from Philadelphia to Boston is making an immediate impact on Nittany Lion basketball.” Daly joined the Boston University program for the 2009-10 season as an assistant coach after working the sidelines the previous four years as the head coach of the Monsignor Bonner High School boys’ varsity team in Philadelphia. He was promoted to associate head coach at BU in May of 2011 after being involved in all of the program’s operations, including practice and game planning, academic advising and on-the-floor coaching, specifically with the post players. In 2010-11, Daly helped the Terriers record a total of 11 doubles-doubles, the most since posting 11 in 2001-02, as BU went 21-14, won the America East Conference Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2002. Post player Jake O’Brien, the 2009 America East Rookie-of-the-Year, recorded all seven of his career double-doubles during the season, including one against Indiana in a game in which BU out-rebounded the Hoosiers, 52-32. During the 2009-10 season, Daly helped BU advance to the College Basketball Invitational semifinals and post a 21-14 record overall. The Terriers posted a 49-46 edge in rebounding in a victory over the nation’s fourth-best rebounding team, Morehead State, in the CBI quarterfinals that year. While leading Monsignor Bonner, his high school alma mater, Daly guided the team to the Catholic League playoffs in each of his four seasons and increased the team’s winning percentage in each of his first three seasons. The program had missed the playoffs in the previous five seasons before his tenure. During his tenure, he was elected President of the Coaches Association for the 2008 and 2009 seasons. A four-year letterman at Saint Joseph’s from 1988-92, Daly played under then assistant coach and now Hawks head coach Phil Martelli and helped the Hawks win two Big 5 championships. Daly graduated from Saint Joseph’s in 1992 with a degree in food marketing. Daly was named the Philadelphia Player-of-the-Year after averaging better than 20 ppg during his senior season at Monsignor Bonner. He was subsequently inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame after finishing as the school’s second all-time scorer with 1,253 points in three years. Daly returned to coach at his high school alma mater between 1996-2002 before departing to serve as an assistant coach at Division III Arcadia University for the 2002-2003 season. While working at Arcadia, he continued his studies at Saint Joseph’s and earned a master’s degree in education in 2003. Daly and his wife, Tracie, have three children – Ryan (14), Colin (13) and Keri (11).

DALY FILE Family: Wife: Tracie; Children: Ryan, Colin & Keri Hometown: Lansdowne, Pa. College: Saint Joseph’s, BS 1992; M Ed., 2003 Coaching Experience: 1996-2002____Monsignor Bonner HS (Head) 2002-03_________ Arcadia University (Asst.) 2006-09______ Monsignor Bonner HS (Head) 2009-10_________ Boston University (Asst.) 2010-11____Boston University (Assoc. Head) 2011-present__________ Penn State (Asst.) 82 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

Playing Experience: 1988-92________________ Saint Joseph’s __________________ Four-year lettermen 1988____ Philadelphia HS Player of the Year _________ Monsignor Bonner Hall of Fame


ross

condon

director of operations n 2nd Season villanova, ‘07

Ross Condon is in his second season as the Nittany Lions’ director of basketball operations. Condon previously served as an assistant coach under Patrick Chambers at Boston University and was a player at Villanova during Chambers’s tenure there as an assistant coach. “Coach Condon does an outstanding job with our players and he has a great understanding of our foundation,” Chambers said. “He is loyal, trustworthy and committed to the success of Penn State Basketball.” Condon spent two seasons at Boston University as an assistant coach on Chambers’ staff helping guide the Terriers to back-to-back 21-win seasons and post-season appearances both years. The Terriers went 21-14 in 2010-11, winning the America East Conference Championship and advancing to their first NCAA Tournament since 2002. The Terriers also went 21-14 in 2009-10 and earned a CBI tournament berth, reaching the semifinals. Condon was responsible for assisting with all aspects of the Terrier basketball program, including recruiting, game and practice preparation, scouting and player development. Condon worked specifically with Terrier guards including 2011 America East Player-of-the-Year John Holland, first-team all-conference guard Darryl Partin and all-conference rookie honoree D.J. Irving. Prior to BU, Condon spent two years as the director of basketball operations for Radford University working under 2009 Big South Coach of the Year Brad Greenberg. Condon played an important role in the biggest turn around in league history, including a 2009 Big South Championship and the Highlanders’ trip to the 2009 NCAA Tournament. Radford finished the 2008-09 season with a 21-12 (15-3 Big South) mark after posting a 10-20 (5-9) record the previous season. A walk-on member of Villanova’s basketball team from 2003-04 to 2006-07, Condon played the final three of those seasons under Chambers who was a Wildcat assistant coach at the time. While with the Wildcats, Condon was part of a squad that captured the 2005-06 Big East regular season title and made three straight appearances in the NCAA Tournament, reaching the Sweet 16 in 2005 and the Elite Eight in 2006. Following his junior year at Villanova, Condon was selected to represent the United States at the 2006 World Maccabi Games in Australia, where he contributed to a team gold medal. The Springfield, Va., native and former all-state high school player was an exemplary studentathlete at Villanova. Condon was a three-year selection to the Big East All-Academic Team and also served as the men’s basketball team’s representative to the university’s student-athlete advisory committee. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Villanova in May of 2007.

CONDON FILE Family: Single Hometown: Springfield, Va. College: Villanova, 2007 Coaching Experience: 2007-09______________ Radford (Dir. Ops) 2009-11_________ Boston University (Asst.) 2011-present________Penn State (Dir. Ops)

Playing Experience: 2004-2007__________________ Villanova ________2006 Big East regular season title ________three-straight NCAA appearances ________________2006 NCAA Elite Eight

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brad

pantall

strength coach n 7th Season penn state, ‘96 Pantall is in his seventh season as the strength and conditioning coach for the Nittany Lion and Lady Lion basketball teams and in his 15th year as strength and conditioning coach at Penn State, He joined the department in February of 1998 after serving as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach for two years under long-time Nittany Lion football strength coach John Thomas. Over the past 15 years, he has worked with all of Penn State’s varsity athletic programs. He has also worked with many professional athletes, including the Washington Redskins and Cincinnati Bengals football teams. Pantall played football for four years at Penn State and was a member of the 1995 Rose Bowl championship team. After joining the team as a walk-on in 1992, he earned three varsity letters and played in 36 consecutive games. He graduated from Penn State in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in health education/kinesiology. In 1999, he completed his Masters of Education in counselor education at Penn State. A State College native, Pantall was a two-year football letterman at State College High School and a key figure in the Little Lions winning the District 6 Class AAAA title in 1991. He won the Steve Suhey Award as the team’s top offensive lineman as a senior. Pantall and his wife Sarah reside in State College with their son, Scott, and daughter, Sadie.

braNDON

SPAYED

ASSISTANT strength coach n 3RD Season Juniata college, ‘10

PANTALL FILE Family: Wife: Sarah; Son: Scott, Daughter: Sadie Hometown: State College, Pa. College: Penn State, 1996 (B.S. Kinesiology & Health Education)

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College Coaching Experience: 1996-1997_____Penn State (Grad Assistant) 1997-2005_____ Penn State Strength Coach 2006-present_______ Penn State Basketball _____________________Strength Coach Playing Experience: 1992-1996___________ Penn State football _________________ three-year letterman


ADAM

FISHER

Video Coordinator n 2nd Season Penn state, ‘06

Penn State graduate Adam Fisher is in his second season as video coordinator at his alma mater. Fisher, who previously worked with Head Coach Patrick Chambers at Boston University, is a 2006 graduate of Penn State and worked for five seasons as a manager with the Nittany Lion basketball program. Fisher served two seasons as director of basketball operations on Chambers’ staff at Boston University helping the Terriers to back-to-back 21-win seasons and post-season appearances both years. The Terriers went 21-14 in 2010-11, winning the America East Conference Championship and advancing to their first NCAA Tournament since 2002. The Terriers also went 21-14 in 2009-10 and earned a CBI tournament berth, reaching the semifinals. Fisher also worked alongside Chambers during his tenure as associate head coach at Villanova. Fisher worked as a graduate manager on Wildcat squads from 2007-09 while working on his master’s degree in education leadership, which he earned in 2009. Fisher worked under two-time Big East Coach-of-the-Year Jay Wright at Villanova, serving as an assistant recruiting coordinator while helping in film exchange with opponents and conference members. During his time at Villanova, the Wildcats reached the Sweet 16 in 2008 and then won the East Regional in 2009 to advance to the Final Four with a school-record 30 wins. At Villanova, Fisher also assisted the director of basketball operations and worked as the assistant camp coordinator in the summers of 2007 and 2008. When Wright was named the head coach of the 2007 U.S. Pan America team, Fisher assisted him and the squad with various duties during tryouts and the preliminary rounds. The Jamison, Pa., native came to Villanova from nearby Penn State, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology in 2006. Fisher worked for three seasons as head student manager and then one season as a graduate manager. He assisted with player workouts, handled administrative duties and helped with team travel. Fisher also serves as the director of Penn State Basketball Camps during the summer.

FISHER FILE Family: Single Hometown: Jamison, Pa. College: Penn State, 2006 Villanova, M. Ed. 2009

Athletic Experience: 2006-07____ Penn State (graduate manager) 2007-09______Villanova (graduate manager) 2009-11_______ Boston University (Dir. Ops) 2011-present_______________ Penn State ___________________ Video Coordinator

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Dr. GREG

BILLY

Team Physician n 2nd Season Penn state (MD), ‘93 Dr. Greg Billy is in his second year of serving as the primary care team physician for men’s basketball. He joined Penn State Orthopaedics in 2005. Dr. Billy is a physiatrist, specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation and holds the position of Assistant Professor at Penn State Orthopaedics of the State College Bone and Joint Institute of the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Penn State Orthopaedics provides medical services and covers all 31 varsity sports at Penn State University as well as area high schools and the general public. He is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Pain Medicine and has a certificate of additional qualification in Sports Medicine. One of the top sports medicine centers in the country, the Penn State sports medicine unit consists of four orthopaedic surgeons, four primary care physicians, two fellows and three physicians’ assistants. Dr. Billy maintains a clinical practice in State College with the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, seeing predominately patients with spine problems. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from The Pennsylvania State University in 1989. Dr. Billy attended medical school at Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey earning his medical degree in 1993. He completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Sinai Hospital/Johns Hopkins program in 1997. Prior to coming to State College, Dr. Billy served as an attending physician in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and covered the EHL Johnstown Chiefs. He lives in Boalsburg with his wife Laura and their three children Geoffrey, Grace and Gabriel. He enjoys running marathons and raising thoroughbreds on his farm.

BILLY FILE Family: Wife: Laura; Son: Geoffrey & Garbriel; Daughter: Grace Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania College: Penn State University, 1989 (BS) Penn State College of Medicine, 1993 (MD) Reading Hospital, Internship, 1994 Sinai Hospital/Johns Hopkins, Residency, 1997

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Athletic Experience: 1998-99_________ Johnstown Chiefs (EHL), _____________________Team Physician 2005-Present___Penn State, Team Physician


jon

salazer

ASSOC. Dir. Athletic Training n 16th Season penn state, ‘93

A 1993 graduate of Penn State, Jonathan Salazer has been an athletic trainer with the University since 1997 and has worked with the Nittany Lion basketball program since 2001. In 2012, he was promoted to the position of Associate Director of Athletic Training Services. Continuing his primary responsibility of working with the men’s basketball program, Salazer now also oversees athletic training services for several other Penn State teams as well as the clinical education of the graduate assistant athletic training students. While a student at Penn State, Salazer was a member of the Health and Human Development Honor Society, and a two time recipient of the Sayers J. “Bud” Miller Award, for most outstanding athletic training student. After completing his course work at Penn State, he was certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association in January of 1994. He earned a master’s degree in Health Education from West Virginia University in 1995, where he worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for a variety of sports teams. Following graduation from West Virginia, Salazer moved to Philadelphia and worked as an intern athletic trainer with the Philadelphia Eagles. The following summer, he returned to Morgantown, W.Va. and worked with former WVU colleagues in a physical therapy clinic. In the fall of 1996, Salazer returned to college athletics, working with the football and basketball teams at Lehigh University. The following year, he returned to his alma mater to work with the Nittany Lion football team. Salazer moved across the street to the Bryce Jordan Center in 2001 and began working with the Men’s basketball and baseball teams. In 2005, he received the Coach’s Award from the men’s basketball team in recognition of his contributions to the program. Salazer is a member of several athletic training associations, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and an approved clinical instructor in athletic training. He is a volunteer for several organizations including Penn State Coaches vs. Cancer. His wife, Holly, is an Environmental Policy Analyst with the National Park Service. The couple have two young children, Liv and Ty.

SALAZER FILE Family: Wife: Holly; Daughter: Liv; Son: Ty Hometown: Hazelton, Pa. College: Penn State, 1993 (B.S.) M.S. Exercise & Sports Science, Physical Education, West Virgina, 1995

Career Experience: 1993-95_____ West Virginia (Grad Assistant) 1995_________ Philadelphia Eagles (Intern) 1995____________ Physical Therapy Clinic _________________ (Morgantown, W.Va.) 1996__________ Lehigh University (Trainer) 1997______________ Penn State (Trainer) 2001-12_____Penn State Basketball (Trainer) 2012-present___ Penn State Assoc. Director ____________Athletic Training (basketball)

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BASKETBALL SUPPORT STAFF ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES

Cheryl Anderson Learning Specialist

David Caporaletti

Kate Allerton

Staff Assistant

Loren Crispell

On-Campus Recruiting Coord.

Marketing Director

Greg Myford

Jim Nachtman

Associate Athletic Director

Sue Sherburne Academic Counselor

Director of Broadcast Ops

Brian Siegrist

Associate Director Communications

Dave Baker

Asstistant Athletic Director

Ken Cutler

Dir. of Development for Athletics

John Nitardy

Nittany Lion Club Exec. Director

Brendan Smith

Graduate Manager

Susan Bedsworth Assistant Director Communications

Bruce Ellis

Assistant Athletic Director

Amy O’Neil

Events Assistant

Jake Borer Marketing Assistant

Linda Caldwell Faculty Representative

Bud Meredith

Wendy Miller

Patty Rees

Dr. Wayne Sebastianelli

Director Ticket Operations

Customer Relations

Staff Assistant

Dir. Ath. Medicine

Matt Stolberg

Assoc. Athletic Dir. Compliance

Mitch Stover Equipment Manager

Erinn Welsh

Staff Assistant

Michael Hamas___________ 1928 Leon Schloss_____________ 1932 E. C. Davis______________ 1933 N. S. Walk_____________ 1934-35 Glenn “Nick” Thiel_______ 1936-38 Elmer Gross___________ 1946-49 John Egli______________ 1950-54 Don Swegan___________ 1955-59 Stewart Kane___________ 1960-61 Clarence Simpson_______ 1962-63 Joe Tocci______________ 1964-68 Holmes Cathrall________ 1965-69* Vince Eldred_____________ 1969 Bill Young_______________1970* Casper Voithofer________ 1970-73 Don Ferrell___________ 1971-74* Al Ferner______________ 1974-78 Tony McAndrews__________ 1975 Ray Hite______________ 1976-78 Ken Korder______________ 1978 Perry Clark____________ 1979-82 Ray Edelman___________ 1979-83 Dick Stewart___________ 1979-83 Rod Jensen______________ 1983 Jeff Bower_____________ 1984-86 Brian Hill______________ 1984-86 Jerry Dunn____________ 1984-95 Tim Loomis____________ 1987-89 Ed DeChellis___________ 1987-96 Dave Siepert___________ 1990-91 Mark Schmidt__________ 1992-93 Mike Wilson______________ 1994 Frank Haith____________ 1995-96 Monroe Brown__________ 1995-96 Chuck Swenson_________ 1996-01 Mike Boyd_____________ 1996-03 Christian Appleman______ 1996-03 Rick Callahan____________ 2002 Pat Brogan______________ 2003 James Johnson_________ 2004-05 Hilliary Scott___________ 2004-08 Kurt Kanaskie__________ 2004-11 Dan Earl______________ 2006-11 Lewis Preston__________ 2008-11 Eugene Burroughs___ 2012-present Brian Daly_________ 2012-present Keith Urgo_________ 2012-present

*Freshman Coach Year indicated is year season ended.

BASKETBALL MANAGERS

Front Row (left to right): Mike Scheier, Derek Gerberich, Zach Beegal, Sam Rose, Raymar McClain, Ryan Boyle. Back Row: Brian Grossman, Andrew Santo, Joseph Flanagan, Austin Buntz, John Ball, Ryan Hughes, Chris Conti Not Pictured: John Fritz

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HEAD MANAGERS

Zach Beegal, Austin Buntz & John Ball


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2012-13 OPPONENTS NON-CONFERENCE

BIG TEN

ARMY

LA SALLE

ILLINOIS

OHIO STATE

www.goarmysports.com Conference: Patriot 2011-12: 12-18 (5-9, 6th) Coach: Zach Spiker (37-52, 3 years) At Army: 37-52 (3 years) Basketball SID: Brian Gunning brian.gunning@usma.edu; (845) 938-6871

www.Goexplorers.com Conference: Atlantic 10 2011-12: 21-13 (9-7, 6th) Coach: Dr. John Giannini (416-277, 23 years) At La Salle: 119-128 (8 years) Basketball SID: Kevin Bonner bonner@lasalle.edu; (215) 951-1513

www.fightingillini.com 2011-12: 17-15 Conference: 6-12, T9th Coach: John Groce (85-56, 4 years) At Illinois: first year Basketball SID: Derrick Burson burson@illinois.edu, (217) 333-0933

www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com 2011-12: 31-8, NCAA FINAL FOUR Conference: 13-5, T1st Coach: Thad Matta, 323-96 (12 years) At Ohio State: 221-65 (8 years) Basketball SID: Dan Wallenberg wallenberg.1@osu.edu, (614) 688-4620

BOSTON COLLEGE

NEW HAMPSHIRE

INDIANA

PURDUE

www.bceagles.com Conference: ACC 2011-12: 9-22 (4-12, 12th) Coach: Steve Donahue, 176-173 (12 years) At Boston College: 30-35 (2 years) Basketball SID: Dick Kelley kelleyri@bc.edu; (617) 552-3004

www.unhwildcats.com Conference: America East 2011-12: 13-16 (7-9, 5th) Coach: Bill Herrion (320-293, 21 years) At New Hampshire: 83-124 (7 years) Basketball SID: Eric Peterson eric.peterson@unh.edu; (603) 812-6877

www.iuhoosiers.com 2011-12: 27-9, NCAA Conference: 11-7, 5th Coach: Tom Crean, 247-171 (13 years) At Indiana: 57-75 (4 years) Basketball SID: J.D. Campbell jc56@indiana.edu, (812) 855-9399

www.purduesports.com 2011-12: 22-13, NCAA Conference: 10-8, 6th Coach: Matt Painter, 185-82 (8 years) At Purdue: 160-77 (7 years) Basketball SID: Cory Walton cdwalton@purdue.edu, (765) 494-3214

BUCKNELL

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

IOWA

WISCONSIN

www.bucknellbison.com Conference: Patriot 2011-12: 25-10 (12-2, 1st)) Coach: Dave Paulsen (333-179, 18 years) At Bucknell: 71-59 (4 years) Basketball SID: Jon Terry terry@bucknell.edu; (570) 577-3121

www.GoPACK.com Conference: ACC 2011-12: 24-13 (9-7, T4th), NCAA Coach: Mike Gottfried (302-168, 15 years) At N.C. State: 24-13 (1 year) Basketball SID: Dwayne Harrison dwayne_harrison@ncsu.edu, (919) 515-1182

www.uwbadgers.com 2011-12: 26-10, NCAA Conference: 12-6, 4th Coach: Bo Ryan, 651-204 (28 years) At Wisconsin: 268-101 (11 years) Basketball SID: Patrick Herb pah@athletics.wisc.edu, (608) 890-2477

DELAWARE STATE

PENNSYLVANIA

www.hawkeyesports.com 2011-12: 18-17, NIT Conference: 8-10, T7th Coach: Fran McCaffery, 280-214 (16 years) At Iowa: 29-37 (2 years) Basketball SID: Matt Weitzel matthew-weitzel@hawkeyesports.com, (319) 335-9411

www.DSUHORNETS.cOM Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) 2011-12: 15-14 (12-4, 3rd) Coach: Greg Jackson (344-261, 21 years) At DSU: 181-183 (12 years) Basketball SID: Dennis Jones djones@desu.edu; (302) 857-6068

www.pennathletics.com Conference: Ivy 2011-12: 20-13 (11-3, 2nd) Coach: Jerome Allen (39-43, 3 years) At Pennsylvania: 39-43 (3 years) Basketball SID: Mike Mahoney mahoneyw@upenn.edu; (215) 898-9232

DUQUESNE

SAINT FRANCIS (PA) www.sfuathletics.com Conference: Northeast 2011-12: 6-23 (5-13, 10th) Coach: Rob Krimmel (first year) At St. Francis: First Year Basketball SID: Ben Mitchell bmitchell@francis.edu; (814) 472-3916

www.goduquesne.com Conference: Atlantic 10 2011-12: 16-15 (7-9, T9th) Coach: Jim Ferry (254-168, 14 years) At Duquesne: First Year Basketball SID: Dave Saba saba@duq.edu; (412) 396-5861

Puerto Rico Tip-Off

Game 1 Thursday November 15 10:30 am ESPNU Oklahoma St

Game 6 Friday November 16 1:00 pm ESPN3

UNC Asheville Game 2 Thursday November 15 12:30 pm ESPNU

Game 10 Sunday November 18 1:30 pm ESPNU

Tennessee NC State Game 3 Thursday November 15 5:00 pm ESPN2 Game 8 Friday November 16 7:30pm ESPN3

Penn St

* All times listed in EASTERN TIME (ET) Home team is listed on the bottom of each match-up

Game 5 Friday November 16 10:30 am ESPNU

Championship

Providence Game 4 Thursday November 15 7:30 pm ESPNU UMass

Game 9 Sunday November 18 11:00 am ESPN3 Non-Bracketed Game: UNC Asheville v. NC State (Nov 23)

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Game 11 Sunday November 18 3:30 pm ESPNU

MICHIGAN STATE www.msuspartans.com 2011-12: 29-8, NCAA Conference: 13-5, T1st Coach: Tom Izzo, 412-169 (17 years) At Michigan State: same Basketball SID: Matt Larson Larson@ath.msu.edu, (517) 355-2271

www.gophersports.com 2011-12: 23-15, NIT Champion Conference: 6-12, T9th Coach: Tubby Smith, 490-213 (2a years) At Minnesota: 103-68 (5 years) Basketball SID: Matt Slieter slieter@umn.edu, (612) 625-4389

NEBRASKA

Game 12 Sunday November 18 6:30 pm ESPN2

Game 7 Friday November 16 5:00 pm ESPN2/ESPNU

www.mgoblue.com 2011-12: 24-10, NCAA Conference: 13-5, T1st Coach: John Beilein, 642-395 (34 years) At Michigan: 91-77(5 years) Basketball SID: Tom Wywrot twywrot@umich.edu, (734) 647-1268

MINNESOTA

Hosted by the Big East Conference November 15, 16 & 18, 2012 • San Juan, PR

Akron

MICHIGAN

www.huskers.com 2011-12: 12-18 Conference: 4-14, T11th Coach: Tim Miles (283-220, 17 years) At Nebraska: first year Basketball SID: Shamus McKnight smcknight@huskers.com, (402) 472-2263

NORTHWESTERN www.nusports.com 2011-12: 19-14, NIT Conference: 8-10, T8th Coach: Bill Carmody, 2571-216 (16 years) At Northwestern: 179-191 (12 years) Basketball SID: Nick Brilowski brilowski@northwestern.edu, (847) 467-3831

BIG TEN-ACC CHALLENGE 14th Annual Event Record: ACC leads 76-55 (13 years) Commissioner’s Cup: The Big Ten has won the last three after the ACC claimed the first 10. Penn State Results/Overall: Games: 11; Overall: 5-6; Home: 2-3; Away: 3-3 Year______________PSU game_ACC-Big Ten 2011:_ W, 62-54 at Boston College________4-8 2010:_____ L, 62-39 vs. Maryland________5-6 2009:_______W, 69-66 at Virginia________5-6 2008:__ W, 85-83 at Georgia Tech________6-5 2007: __ W, 66-61 vs. Virginia Tech________8-3 2006: ___L, 77-73 at Georgia Tech________8-3 2005: _____ L, 96-88 vs. Clemson________6-5 2004: _________________ DNC________7-2 2003: _________________ DNC________7-2 2002: ______ L, 79-70 at Clemson________5-4 2001: _____ L, 79-69 vs. Clemson________5-3 2000: _____ L, 84-76 at N.C. State________5-4 1999: _____ W, 85-75 vs. Clemson________5-4 Big Ten/ACC Challenge Records: Team__________________W-L_ Conference Duke__________________ 11-2_______ACC Wake Forest____________ 10-2_______ACC Clemson________________ 9-4_______ACC Maryland________________ 8-4_______ACC North Carolina____________ 7-6_______ACC Virginia_________________ 7-5_______ACC Florida State_____________ 6-7_______ACC Illinois__________________ 6-7_____Big Ten Michigan State____________ 6-6_____Big Ten Northwestern_____________ 6-7_____Big Ten Ohio State_______________ 6-5_____Big Ten Wisconsin_______________ 6-7_____Big Ten Boston College___________ 5-1_______ACC Minnesota_______________ 5-8_____Big Ten NC State________________ 5-7_______ACC Penn State______________ 5-6_____Big Ten Purdue_________________ 5-6_____Big Ten Georgia Tech_____________ 4-8_______ACC Indiana_________________ 4-7_____Big Ten Michigan________________ 4-7_____Big Ten Iowa___________________ 2-9_____Big Ten Virginia Tech_____________ 2-5_______ACC Miami (Fla.)______________ 1-4_______ACC Nebraska________________ 0-1_____Big Ten


VS. OPPONENTS ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS School

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Akron__________________ 1937-38____ 4-1 Alabama________________ 1965-66____ 1-3 Alabama Birmingham (UAB)__ 1989-90____ 0-1 Alaska__________________ 1978-79____ 0-1 Albright_________________ 1910-11____ 2-0 Alfred__________________ 1952-53____ 1-0 Allegheny_______________ 1902-03____ 4-2 Altoona Athletic Association__ 1903-04____ 2-1 Alumni__________________ 1919-20____ 5-0 American________________ 1940-41___ 15-1 Arizona_________________ 1989-90____ 0-1 Arizona State_____________ 1983-84____ 0-2 Arkansas________________ 1995-96____ 0-1 Arkansas State___________ 2003-04____ 1-0 Army___________________ 1906-07___23-17 Baylor__________________ 1990-91____ 1-1 Bellefonte Academy________ 1903-04____ 1-0 Bethany_________________ 1921-22____ 3-2 Bethune-Cookman_________ 1993-94____ 1-0 Bloomsburg______________ 1898-99____ 3-2 Boston College___________ 1967-68____ 6-6 Boston University__________ 1955-56____ 1-2 Bowling Green____________ 1952-53____ 2-1 Bradley_________________ 1981-82____ 2-3 Brigham Young___________ 1979-80____ 3-1 Brown__________________ 1990-91____ 2-0 Bucknell________________ 1897-98___75-24 Buffalo_________________ 1920-21____ 6-2 Butler__________________ 1975-76____ 1-2 California________________ 1973-74____ 0-3 Canisius________________ 1994-95____ 2-0 Carlisle_________________ 1917-18____ 1-0 Carnegie-Mellon__________ 1912-13___64-12 Catholic_________________ 1924-25____ 2-0 C.C.N.Y.________________ 1907-08____ 0-1 Central Connecticut St.______ 1994-95____ 2-0 Central Florida____________ 2006-07____ 0-1 Charlotte________________ 1981-82____ 0-2 Cincinnati_______________ 1973-74____ 1-0 Clemson________________ 1999-00____ 1-3 Cleveland State___________ 1981-82____ 1-2 Clover Wheelman__________ 1899-00____ 1-0 Colgate_________________ 1917-18___50-24 Coll. of Charleston (S.C.)____ 1993-94____ 0-1 Colorado________________ 1938-39____ 0-1 Colorado State____________ 1971-72____ 0-1 Columbia________________ 1909-10____ 4-4 Co. B, 5th Regiment________ 1901-02____ 1-0 Coppin State_____________ 2001-02____ 1-0 Cornell_________________ 1898-99____ 5-5 Creighton_______________ 1921-22____ 1-0 Dartmouth_______________ 1916-17____ 2-1 Davidson________________ 2009-10____ 1-0 Dayton_________________ 1997-98____ 1-0 Delaware________________ 1907-08___ 10-0 Delaware State___________ 1990-91____ 2-0 Denver_________________ 1960-61____ 1-1 DePaul_________________ 1938-39____ 0-6 DePauw________________ 1947-48____ 1-0 Detroit__________________ 1926-27____ 3-2 Dickinson_______________ 1899-00___ 12-0 Drexel__________________ 1980-81____ 4-0 Duke___________________ 1949-50____ 1-8 Duquesne_______________ 1923-24___24-19 East Carolina_____________ 1980-81____ 3-0 Eastern Michigan__________ 1990-91____ 0-1 Ex. 9th Regiment__________ 1903-04____ 0-2 Evansville_______________ 1960-61____ 1-0

School

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Fairfield_________________ 1975-76____ 2-0 Fairleigh Dickinson_________ 1979-80____ 1-0 Florida__________________ 1965-66____ 2-1 Florida International________ 1998-99____ 0-1 Florida State_____________ 1972-73____ 1-3 Fordham________________ 1906-07____ 2-2 Franklin & Marshall_________ 1902-03____ 6-1 Furman_________________ 2010-11____ 1-0 Gardner-Webb____________ 2009-10____ 1-0 Geneva_________________ 1902-03____ 2-1 Georgetown______________ 1908-09___22-20 George Mason____________ 1988-89____ 6-0 George Washington________ 1907-08___19-11 Georgia_________________ 1966-67____ 1-2 Georgia Tech_____________ 1997-98____ 2-1 Gettysburg______________ 1900-01___ 34-2 Gonzaga________________ 1988-89____ 0-1_ Great Lakes Naval   Training Station_________ 1918-19____ 1-0 Greensburg______________ 1905-06____ 1-0 Grove City_______________ 1902-03____ 0-1 Hardin-Simmons__________ 1982-83____ 1-0 Harrisburg Ath. Club________ 1906-07____ 3-2 Harrisburg Collegians_______ 1914-15____ 1-0 Hartford_________________ 2006-07____ 3-0 Harvard_________________ 1930-31____ 1-1 Hofstra_________________ 2000-01____ 1-0 Holy Cross_______________ 1961-62____ 1-1 Houston________________ 1964-65____ 1-0 Idaho__________________ 1979-80____ 0-1 Illinois__________________ 1941-42___13-24 Illinois State______________ 2004-05____ 0-1 Indiana_________________ 1978-79___ 9-31 Indiana (Pa.)_____________ 1902-03____ 5-1 Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne __ 2005-06____ 1-0 Indiana State_____________ 1980-81____ 2-0 Iowa___________________ 1954-55___13-23 Iowa State_______________ 1982-83____ 1-0 Ithaca__________________ 1934-35____ 5-0 Jacksonville______________ 1974-75____ 1-0 James Madison___________ 1991-92____ 1-2 Johns Hopkins____________ 1979-80____ 1-0 Juniata_________________ 1905-06___ 27-1 Kansas_________________ 1964-65____ 1-0 Kansas State_____________ 1964-65____ 1-1 Kent State_______________ 1937-38___ 12-3 Kentucky________________ 1951-52____ 1-3 Lafayette________________ 1915-16___ 12-4 LaSalle_________________ 1953-54____ 1-2 Lawrence Tech____________ 1950-51____ 0-1 Lebanon Valley___________ 1905-06___ 10-0 Lehigh__________________ 1901-02___31-11 Lock Haven______________ 1899-00___ 11-0 Long Beach State_________ 1985-86____ 0-1 Long Island______________ 2004-05____ 4-0 Louisiana-Lafayette________ 1987-88____ 0-1 Louisiana State___________ 1953-54____ 1-0 Louisville________________ 1978-79____ 0-1 Loyola (Md.)_____________ 1980-81____ 5-1 M.I.T.___________________ 1914-15____ 1-0 Maine__________________ 2006-07____ 1-1 Manhattan_______________ 1907-08____ 3-1 Marquette_______________ 1976-77____ 2-3 Marshall________________ 1944-45____ 5-0 Maryland________________ 1938-39____ 8-9 Maryland-Baltimore County___ 1991-92____ 3-0 Maryland-Eastern Shore_____ 1993-94____ 2-0 Massachusetts____________ 1976-77___13-10

School

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Memphis________________ 1954-55____ 2-3 Mexico_________________ 1940-41____ 2-0 Miami (Fla.)______________ 1986-87____ 3-0 Miami (Ohio)_____________ 1962-63____ 1-2 Michigan________________ 1928-29___11-27 Michigan State____________ 1928-29___ 7-30 Minnesota_______________ 1975-76___10-28 Mississippi_______________ 2010-11____ 0-2 Mississippi State__________ 1997-98____ 0-1 Missouri-Kansas City_______ 2005-06____ 1-0 Monmouth_______________ 1997-98____ 1-0 Mont Alto Academy________ 1911-12____ 1-0 Montana State____________ 1929-30____ 0-1 Morgan State_____________ 1985-86____ 4-0 Morehead State___________ 2006-07____ 1-0 Mount St. Mary’s__________ 1992-93____ 7-0 Mount Union_____________ 1939-40____ 1-0 Muhlenberg______________ 1918-19____ 9-4 Murray State_____________ 1988-89____ 1-0 Navy___________________ 1914-15___27-30 Navy Pre-Flight___________ 1942-43____ 1-0 Nebraska________________ 1980-81____ 3-2 New Hampshire___________ 1980-81____ 3-0 New Mexico______________ 1989-90____ 1-1 New Orleans_____________ 1985-86____ 0-1 New York University________ 1911-12____ 5-3 NYULS_________________ 1906-07____ 1-0 Niagara_________________ 1961-62____ 2-2 Nicholls State____________ 2005-06____ 1-0 NJIT___________________ 2008-09____ 1-0 North Carolina____________ 1966-67____ 1-4 North Carolina State________ 1949-50___ 3-15 Northeastern_____________ 1980-81____ 1-1 Northwestern_____________ 1928-29___26-14 Notre Dame______________ 1924-25____ 3-1 Ohio State_______________ 1950-51___13-31 includes five games vacated by Ohio State Ohio University___________ 1973-74____ 0-2 Oklahoma A & M__________ 1952-53____ 0-1 Oklahoma_______________ 1985-86____ 0-2 Oklahoma State___________ 1952-53____ 0-1 Old Dominion_____________ 1991-92____ 2-0 Oregon_________________ 1974-75____ 0-1 Oregon State_____________ 1966-67____ 0-1 Pennsylvania_____________ 1900-01___17-30 Philadelphia Textile_________ 1980-81____ 4-0 Pittsburgh_______________ 1905-06___78-68 Pittsburgh Collegians_______ 1908-09____ 4-1 Pittston YMCA____________ 1901-02____ 1-0 Pratt___________________ 1908-09____ 2-0 Princeton________________ 1921-22____ 8-3 Providence______________ 1971-72____ 1-1 Purdue_________________ 1959-60___11-27 Rhode Island_____________ 1950-51___12-11 Richmond_______________ 1956-57____ 5-0 Rider___________________ 1980-81____ 3-1 Robert Morris____________ 1980-81____ 2-1 Rochester_______________ 1969-70____ 2-0 Rutgers_________________ 1921-22___37-29 Sacred Heart_____________ 2004-05____ 3-0 St. Bonaventure___________ 1979-80___10-11 St. Francis (N.Y.)__________ 1991-92____ 2-0 St. Francis (Pa.)___________ 1972-73____ 8-2 St. John’s_______________ 1911-12____ 0-1 St. Joseph’s (Pa.)__________ 1982-83___14-10 St. Mary’s (Md.)___________ 1987-88____ 1-0 St. Mary’s (Cal.)___________ 1988-89____ 0-1 St. Thomas______________ 1934-35____ 0-1

School

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San Francisco____________ 1965-66____ 0-1 Santa Clara______________ 1995-96____ 1-0 Seattle_________________ 1973-74____ 0-1 Seton Hall_______________ 1969-70____ 5-1 Siena__________________ 1999-00____ 1-0 South Carolina____________ 1980-81____ 1-2 South Carolina State_______ 2004-05____ 0-1 South Florida_____________ 1976-77____ 2-3 Southeastern Louisiana_____ 2006-07____ 0-1 Southern California________ 1953-54____ 1-0 Southern Illinois___________ 1988-89____ 0-1 Southern Methodist U.______ 1980-81____ 2-1 Southside_______________ 1905-06____ 1-0 Southwest Texas State______ 1989-90____ 1-0 Stony Brook______________ 2006-07____ 0-1 Susquehanna____________ 1903-04___ 24-0 Swarthmore______________ 1904-05___ 10-9 Syracuse________________ 1916-17___43-62 Temple_________________ 1927-28___32-60 Tennessee_______________ 1971-72____ 2-1 Tennessee-Chattanooga_____ 1995-96____ 2-0 Tennessee Tech___________ 1980-81____ 1-0 Texas A & M_____________ 1972-73____ 0-3 Texas-Arlington___________ 1988-89____ 1-0 Texas Christian___________ 1981-82____ 1-0 Texas-El Paso____________ 1997-98____ 0-1 Texas Tech______________ 1979-80____ 1-1 Toledo__________________ 1953-54____ 5-1 Towson_________________ 2008-09____ 1-0 Tulane__________________ 1978-79____ 0-2 UCLA__________________ 1990-91____ 1-0 UNC Greensboro__________ 2006-07____ 1-0 UNC Wilmington__________ 2009-10____ 0-1 USAAC_________________ 1917-18____ 1-0 Ursinus_________________ 1926-27____ 5-0 Utah___________________ 1971-72____ 0-1 Valparaiso_______________ 1985-86____ 1-1 Vanderbilt_______________ 1989-90____ 1-2 Vermont________________ 1978-79____ 8-0 Villanova________________ 1976-77____ 1-7 Virginia_________________ 1971-72____ 3-5 Virginia Military Institute_____ 1995-96____ 3-1 Virginia Tech_____________ 1920-21____ 1-6 Wagner_________________ 1985-86____ 2-0 Wake Forest_____________ 1960-61____ 1-1 Waynesburg_____________ 1930-31____ 1-1 Wayne State_____________ 1954-55____ 0-1 Washington & Jefferson_____ 1913-14___ 20-7 Western Carolina__________ 2004-05____ 1-0 Western Kentucky_________ 1952-53____ 0-1 Western Maryland_________ 1927-28____ 7-0 Western Michigan_________ 1966-67____ 1-0 Western Reserve__________ 1937-38____ 2-0 Westinghouse Club________ 1912-13____ 5-0 Westminster_____________ 1902-03____ 2-1 West Virginia_____________ 1905-06___53-66 West Virginia Wesleyan______ 1913-14____ 1-0 Wheaton________________ 1934-35____ 1-0 Widener________________ 1982-83____ 1-0 William and Mary _________ 1913-14____ 1-1 Williamsport YMCA________ 1898-99____*7-3 Wisconsin_______________ 1992-93___10-30 Wyoming Seminary________ 1903-04____ 7-0 Yale___________________ 1920-21____ 2-4 Youngstown State_________ 2011-12____ 1-0 *Played one tie game.

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VS. CONFERENCES

ALL-TIME VS. CONFERENCE & TEAM-BY-TEAM RECORDS VS. CURRENT MEMBERS AMERICA EAST

All-Time vs. conference: 9-2 Albany SUNY-Binghamton Boston University____________ Hartford___________________ Maine____________________ Maryland-Baltimore County_____ New Hampshire_____________ Stony Brook________________ Vermont__________________

1-2 3-0 1-1 3-0 3-0 0-1 8-0

ATLANTIC 10

BIG 12

All-Time vs. conference: 6-6 Baylor____________________ 1-1 Iowa State_________________ 1-0 Kansas __________________ 1-0 Kansas State ______________ 1-1 Oklahoma _________________ 0-2 Oklahoma State_____________ 0-1 Texas TCU (Texas Christian)_________ 1-0 Texas Tech________________ 1-1 West Virginia ______________53-66

All-Time vs. conf.: 116-132 All-Time as member: 95-13

BIG EAST

Butler ___________________ 1-2 Charlotte (UNC)_____________ 0-2 Dayton __________________ 1-0 Duquesne________________24-19 Fordham__________________ 2-2 George Washington _________19-11 LaSalle __________________ 1-2 Massachusetts ____________13-10 Rhode Island _____________13-11 Richmond_________________ 5-0 Saint Joseph’s_____________14-10 Saint Louis___________________ St. Bonaventure____________10-11 Temple _________________32-60 Virginia Commonwealth Xavier

Cincinnati_________________ 1-0 Connecticut___________________ DePaul___________________ 0-6 Georgetown_______________22-20 Louisville__________________ 0-1 Marquette_________________ 2-3 Notre Dame________________ 3-1 Pittsburgh ________________76-68 Providence________________ 1-1 Rutgers _________________37-29 Seton Hall_________________ 5-1 South Florida_______________ 2-3 St. John’s_________________ 0-1 Syracuse ________________43-62 Villanova _________________ 1-7

ATLANTIC COAST

All-Time vs. conference: 20-46 Boston College _____________ 6-6 Clemson__________________ 1-3 Duke ____________________ 1-8 Florida State_______________ 1-3 Georgia Tech ______________ 2-1 Maryland _________________ 8-9 Miami (FL) ________________ 3-0 North Carolina _____________ 1-4 North Carolina State ________ 3-15 Virginia __________________ 3-5 Virginia Tech_______________ 1-7 Wake Forest_______________ 1-1

ATLANTIC SUN All-Time vs. conference: 0-0 East Tennessee State Florida Gulf Coast Jacksonville________________ 1-0 Kennesaw  State Lipscomb Mercer North Florida Northern Kentucky______________ SC Upstate Stetson

All-Time vs. conference: 9-19

BIG TEN

All-Time vs. conF.: 124-263 All-Time as member: 117-248 Big Ten Tournament: 9-15 Regular Season: 107-233 As member in NIT: 1-1 Illinois __________________13-24 Indiana _________________ 9-31 Iowa ___________________13-23 Michigan _________________11-27 Michigan State_____________ 7-30 Minnesota ________________10-28 Nebraska _________________ 3-2 Northwestern _____________26-14 Ohio State _______________13-31 Purdue _________________11-27 Wisconsin________________10-30

BIG WEST

All-Time vs. conference: 0-1 Cal Poly Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Hawaii Long Beach State ___________ 0-1 Pacific (Calif.) UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara

BIG SKY

COLONIAL ATHLETIC

Eastern Washington Idaho State Montana Montana State______________ 0-1 North Dakota Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Portland State Sacramento State Southern Utah Weber State

Delaware_________________ 10-0 Drexel____________________ 4-0 George Mason _____________ 6-0 Georgia State Hofstra___________________ 1-0 James Madison _____________ 1-2 UNC Wilmington____________ 0-1 Northeastern_______________ 1-1 Old Dominion ______________ 2-0 Towson___________________ 1-0 William and Mary____________ 1-1

BIG SOUTH

CONFERENCE USA

Campbell_____________________ Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb______________ 1-0 High Point Liberty Longwood Presbyterian Radford___________________ 1-0 UNC Asheville Virginia Military Institute (VMI)___ 3-1 Winthrop

East Carolina_______________ 3-0 Houston__________________ 1-0 Marshall__________________ 5-0 Memphis__________________ 2-3 Rice SMU (Southern Methodist)_____ 2-1 Southern Mississippi Tulane____________________ 0-2 Tulsa UAB (Alabama Birmingham)____ 0-1 UCF (University of Central Florida)_0-1 UTEP (Texas El Paso)________ 0-1

All-Time vs. conference: 0-1

All-Time vs. conference: 3-0

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All-Time vs. conference: 18-5

All-Time vs. conference: 0-2

GREAT WEST

All-Time vs. conference: 0-0 Chicago State (2012-13) Houston Baptist N.J.I.T____________________ 1-0 Texas-Pan American Utah Valley State

HORIZON LEAGUE

All-Time vs. conference: 4-3 Cleveland State_____________ Detroit____________________ Illinois-Chicago Loyola-Chicago Valparaiso_________________ Wisconsin-Green Bay Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wright State Youngstown State___________

1-2 3-2

1-1

1-0

INDEPENDENTS CS Bakersfield

IVY LEAGUE

All-Time vs. conference: 37-47 Brown ___________________ 2-0 Columbia _________________ 4-4 Cornell __________________ 5-5 Dartmouth ________________ 2-1 Harvard __________________ 1-1 Penn ___________________17-30 Princeton _________________ 8-3 Yale _____________________ 2-4

METRO ATLANTIC (MAAC) All-Time vs. conference: 11-1 Canisius _________________ Fairfield___________________ Iona Loyola (Md.) _______________ Manhattan_________________ Marist Niagara___________________ Rider ____________________ Siena____________________ St. Peter’s

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

MID-AMERICAN

All-Time vs. conference: 27-11 EAST Akron____________________ 4-1 Bowling Green______________ 2-1 Buffalo___________________ 6-2 Kent State________________ 12-3 Miami (Ohio)_______________ 1-2 Ohio_____________________ 0-2 WEST Ball State Central Michigan Eastern Michigan____________ 0-1 Northern Illinois Toledo____________________ 5-1 Western Michigan___________ 1-0

MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC (MEAC) All-Time vs. conference: 10-1 Bethune-Cookman __________ Coppin State_______________ Delaware State _____________ Florida A&M Hampton Howard Maryland-Eastern Shore ______ Morgan State ______________ Norfolk State North Carolina A&T North Carolina Central Savannah State South Carolina State_________

1-0 1-0 2-0

2-0 4-0

0-1

MISSOURI VALLEY

All-Time vs. conference: 4-7 Bradley __________________ Creighton_________________ Drake Evansville_________________ Illinois State________________ Indiana State_______________ Missouri State Northern Iowa Southern Illinois_____________ Wichita State

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

0-1

MOUNTAIN WEST

All-Time vs. conference: 0-1 Air Force Boise State Colorado State______________ 0-1 Fresno State Nevada New Mexico _______________ 0-1 San Diego State UNLV Wyoming

NORTHEAST

All-Time vs. conference: 25-1 Bryant Central Connecticut St.________ Fairleigh Dickinson___________ LIU Brooklyn_______________ Monmouth ________________ Mt. St. Mary’s ______________ Quinnipiac Robert Morris______________ Sacred Heart_______________ St. Francis (N.Y.) ____________ St. Francis (Pa.)_____________ Wagner __________________

2-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 7-0 2-1 3-0 2-0 8-2 2-0


BIG TEN CONFERENCE BIG TEN CONFERENCE

BIG TEN STAFF LISTING

Office of the Commissioner 1500 West Higgins Road, Park Ridge, Ill. 60068 847.696.1010 Fax: 847.696.1150; Website: www.bigten.org E-mail: Staff members’ first initial and last name@bigten.org

Big Ten Conference:

ACADEMICS

Formed more than 116 years ago, the Big Ten Conference is an association of worldclass academic institutions with shared values and goals. Since its inception in 1896, the pursuit and attainment of academic excellence has been the priority for every member institution. However, maintaining the conference’s status as one of the preeminent athletic conference’s in the country also endures as an important component of the Big Ten student-athlete experience. Recognized as one of intercollegiate sports’ most successful undertakings, the Big Ten strives for success from its student-athletes not only on the field and in the classroom, but around the world as well.

All Big Ten Universities have been granted Tier One Status by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, a distinction awarded to just over 100 universities in the country. Big Ten schools have produced more than 1,400 Academic All-Americans, more than any other conference. The Big Ten leads all conferences with the highest number of ranked graduate school programs among the top 25 according to U.S. News and World Report in 2012.

SUCCESSFUL PROGRAMS During the 2011-12 season, the Big Ten claimed seven team national championships, including titles for Illinois men’s gymnastics, Minnesota women’s ice hockey, Northwestern women’s lacrosse, Ohio State fencing

OHIO VALLEY

SOUTHEASTERN

Austin Peay Belmont Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Morehead State_____________ 1-0 Murray State_______________ 1-0 SIU-Edwardsville Southeast Missouri State Tennessee Martin Tennessee State Tennessee Tech_____________ 1-0

Alabama__________________ Arkansas__________________ Auburn Florida____________________ Georgia___________________ Kentucky__________________ LSU_____________________ Mississippi_________________ Mississippi State____________ Missouri South Carolina______________ Tennessee_________________ Texas A&M________________ Vanderbilt_________________

All-Time vs. conference: 3-1

PACIFIC-12

All-Time vs. conference: 2-8 Arizona __________________ Arizona State_______________ California _________________ Colorado__________________ Oregon __________________ Oregon State_______________ Southern California __________ Stanford UCLA ___________________ Utah_____________________ Washington Washington State

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

PATRIOT LEAGUE

All-Time vs. conference: 25-1 American_________________ 15-1 Army____________________23-17 Bucknell_________________75-24 Colgate__________________50-24 Holy Cross_________________ 1-1 Lafayette_________________ 12-4 Lehigh___________________31-11 Navy____________________27-30

All-Time vs. conference: 8-18 1-3 0-1 2-1 1-2 1-3 1-0 0-2 0-1 1-2 2-1 0-3 1-2

SOUTHERN

All-Time vs. conference: 26-25 Appalachian State College of Charleston_________ Chattanooga Citadel Davidson__________________ Elon University Furman___________________ Georgia Southern UNC Greensboro____________ Samford Western Carolina____________ Wofford

0-1

1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

SOUTHLAND

All-Time vs. conference: 3-1 Central Arkansas Lamar McNeese State Nicholls State______________ 1-0 Northwestern State Sam Houston State Southeastern Louisiana_______ 0-1 Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

and synchronized swimming, Penn State wrestling and Wisconsin men’s cross country. The Big Ten led all conferences with national titles in 12 different NCAA-sponsored championships from 2002-03 to 2011-12.

STUDENT-ATHLETE OPPORTUNITIES Big Ten universities provide over $136 million in direct financial aid to more than 10,000 student-athletes who compete for 25 Big Ten championships, 12 for men and 13 for women. The 26th conference sport, men’s ice hockey, will begin in 2013.

SOUTHWESTERN  ATHLETIC

Commissioner: James E. Delany Deputy Commissioner: Brad Traviolia Chief Communications Officer: Diane Dietz Senior Assoc. Comm./Television Admin.: Mark D. Rudner Associate Commissioner/Championships: Wendy Fallen Associate Commissioner/Compliance: Chad Hawley Assoc. Commissioner/Football & Basketball Ops: Andrea Williams Associate Commissioner/Governance: Jennifer Heppel Associate Commissioner/Officiating Programs: Rick Boyages Associate Commissioner/Technology: Mike McComiskey Assistant Commissioner/Communications: Scott Chipman Controller: Julie Suderman Director of Accounting: Bill Siitari Director of Branding: Robin Jentes Assoc. Director/Branding: Jade Burroughs Associate Director/Championships: Stephanie Kirby Associate Director/Championships: Jessica Palermo Associate Director/Communications: Valerie Todryk Krebs Associate Director/Compliance: Kerry Kenny Associate Director/Football Operations: Joshua Monk Assistant Director/Communications: Dan Mihalik Production Coordinator/Building Manager: W.T. Robinson Video Coordinator: Jay Reid

WEST COAST

All-Time vs. conference: 1-4

All-Time vs. conference: 0-0 Alabama A&M Alabama State Alcorn State Arkansas-Pine Bluff Grambling State Jackson State Mississippi Valley State Prairie View A&M Southern Texas Southern

Brigham Young_____________ Gonzaga__________________ Loyola Marymount Pepperdine Portland St. Mary’s (Calif.)____________ San Diego San Francisco______________ Santa Clara________________

3-1 0-1

0-1 0-1 1-0

WESTERN ATHLETIC

All-Time vs. conference: 4-4

SUMMIT LEAGUE All-Time vs. confereDnce: 3-2 IPFW (Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne)__ 1-0 IUPUI (Indiana-Purdue Indianapolis) Nebraska Omaha North Dakota State Oakland South Dakota South Dakota State UMKC (Missouri-Kansas City)___ 1-0 Western Illinois

Denver___________________ Idaho____________________ Louisiana Tech New Mexico State San Jose State Seattle Texas-Arlington_____________ Texas State (SW Texas St.)_____ Utah State UTSA (Texas-San Antonio)

1-1 0-1

1-0 1-0

SUN BELT

All-Time vs. conference: 3-6 Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas State_____________ Florida Atlantic Florida International__________ Louisiana-Lafayette__________ Louisiana-Monroe Middle Tennessee State North Texas South Alabama Troy Western Kentucky___________

1-0 0-1 0-1

0-1

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OPPONENT SERIES GAME-BY-GAME Arkansas State

Boston University

All: 4-1; H: 2-0; A: 2-1; N: 0-0

12/28/03____N___ 73__ 61__________W

12/30/37____ A___ 1/2/40______ A___ 12/9/92_____H___ 12/8/93_____ A___ 12/22/94____H___

Army

2/4/56______H___ 84__ 67__________W 2/21/83_____H___ 88__ 96__________ L 1/23/84_____ A___ 67__ 73__________ L

Date H/A/N PSU OPP

Akron

W/L

19__ 29__________ L 55__ 20__________W 56__ 50__________W 71__ 43__________W 80__ 45__________W

Alabama

All: 1-3; H: 1-1; A: 0-2; N: 0-0 12/29/65____H___ 3/15/80_____ A___ 12/19/81____ A___ 12/11/82____H___

68__ 66__________W 49__ 53_______ L-NIT 74__ 88__________ L 67__ 75_______L-3OT

Alabama-Birmingham(UAB) All: 0-1; H: 0-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

12/21/89____H___ 57__ 80__________ L

Alaska

All: 0-1; H: 0-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/25/78____H___ 62__ 79__________ L

Albright

All: 2-0; H: 2-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/3/11______H___ 50___ 9__________W 12/8/11_____H___ 32__ 31__________W

Alfred

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/12/52____H___ 56__ 43__________W

Allegheny

All: 4-2; H: 4-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 2/12/03_____ A___ 2/25/04_____H___ 2/3/09______H___ 2/7/10______H___ 2/8/13______H___ 3/6/24______H___

14__ 26__________ L 11__ 25__________ L 28__ 23__________W 34__ 20__________W 21__ 17__________W 44__ 22__________W

Altoona Athletic Association

All: 2-1; H: 2-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 3/11/04_____H___ 59___ 8__________W 12/16/04____ A___ 16__ 23__________ L 1/20/05_____H___ 34__ 18__________W

Alumni

All: 5-0; H: 5-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 3/6/20______H___ 3/20/21_____H___ 3/18/22_____H___ 3/10/23_____H___ 3/13/27_____H___

31__ 23__________W 29__ 28__________W 39__ 24__________W 40__ 23__________W 39__ 34__________W

American

All: 23-17; H: 10-3; A: 13-14; N: 0-0 2/15/07_____H___ 16__ 32__________ L 2/22/09_____ A___ 15__ 27__________ L 12/18/09____ A___ 20__ 22__________ L 12/17/10____ A___ 19__ 21__________ L 12/17/11____ A___ 30__ 16__________W 2/17/32_____ A___ 37__ 46__________ L 1/28/33_____H___ 33__ 26__________W 2/7/34______ A___ 29__ 24__________W 2/9/35______H___ 38__ 34__________W 2/12/36_____ A___ 41__ 36__________W 2/10/40_____ A___ 47__ 20__________W 2/22/41_____ A___ 31__ 27__________W 1/28/42_____ A___ 34__ 26__________W 2/17/43_____ A___ 37__ 28__________W 1/26/44_____ A___ 38__ 49__________ L 1/24/45_____ A___ 28__ 33__________ L 1/30/46_____ A___ 45__ 46__________ L 2/16/52_____ A___ 85__ 73__________W 2/22/56_____ A___ 70__ 66__________W 2/2/57______ A___ 61__ 49__________W 1/14/61_____ A___ 46__ 56__________ L 2/17/62_____H___ 49__ 36__________W 2/16/63_____ A___ 75__ 68__________W 2/22/64_____ A___ 37__ 46__________ L 2/13/65_____H___ 59__ 44__________W 2/5/66______ A___ 39__ 59__________ L 2/4/67______H___ 67__ 57__________W 1/27/68_____ A___ 55__ 73__________ L 1/25/69_____H___ 54__ 64__________ L 1/24/70_____ A___ 54__ 71__________ L 1/23/71_____H___ 65__ 48__________W 1/22/72_____ A___ 65__ 72__________ L 1/20/73_____H___ 78__ 45__________W 1/19/74_____ A___ 53__ 43__________W 2/15/75_____H___ 81__ 64__________W 2/3/77______H___ 56__ 60__________ L 2/4/78______ A___ 52__ 64__________ L 2/17/79_____H___ 74__ 57__________W 1/19/81_____ A___ 63__ 52__________W 12/10/08____H___ 60__ 45__________W

Baylor

All: 1-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 1-0 12/1/90_____ A___ 70__ 72__________ L 4/2/09______N___ 69__ 63_______W-NIT

Bellefonte Academy

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/11/04_____H___ 42___ 7__________W

Bethany

All: 3-2; H: 3-2; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

All: 15-1; H: 7-1; A: 8-0; N: 0-0 1/31/41_____ A___ 1/10/42_____ A___ 2/7/47______ A___ 1/7/48______H___ 12/14/48____H___ 2/23/49_____H___ 12/15/49____ A___ 1/18/50_____H___ 12/11/50____ A___ 2/21/51_____H___ 1/31/52_____ A___ 2/11/53_____H___ 12/18/53____ A___ 12/2/91_____ A___ 3/2/92______H___ 2/21/09_____H___

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0

32__ 17__________W 53__ 26__________W 46__ 38__________W 45__ 25__________W 55__ 59__________ L 63__ 50__________W 67__ 49__________W 74__ 54__________W 66__ 63__________W 73__ 54__________W 77__ 52__________W 69__ 53__________W 65__ 52__________W 77__ 65__________W 79__ 73__________W 76__ 57__________W

Arizona

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 12/28/89____ A___ 55__ 74__________ L

Arizona State

All: 0-2; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-1 12/28/83____N___ 50__ 53__________ L 12/29/99____ A___ 85__ 93__________ L

Arkansas

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 3/14/96_____N___ 80__ 86_____ L-NCAA

2/11/22_____H___ 1/20/23_____H___ 1/12/26_____H___ 1/4/30______H___ 1/10/31_____H___

40__ 20__________W 64__ 13__________W 52__ 40__________W 28__ 39__________ L 27__ 41__________ L

Bethune-Cookman

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/22/93____H___ 88__ 69__________W

Bloomsburg

All: 3-2; H: 3-0; A: 0-2; N: 0-0 3/1/1899____ A___ 2/13/01_____H___ 1/31/02_____H___ 2/26/02_____ A___ 12/28/81____H___

6___ 30__________ L 56___ 9__________W 53___ 4__________W 28__ 44__________ L 49__ 48__________W

Boston College

All: 6-6; H: 3-3; A: 3-2; N: 0-1 12/26/67____H___ 2/15/69_____H___ 12/16/69____ A___ 12/19/70____H___ 2/19/72_____ A___ 12/16/72____H___ 2/16/74_____ A___ 1/4/75______H___ 12/29/80____N___ 11/27/99____H___ 11/24/01____ A___ 11/30/11____ A___

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58__ 87__________ L 63__ 67__________ L 67__ 63__________W 66__ 63__________W 68__ 64__________W 65__ 63__________W 72__ 86__________ L 71__ 82__________ L 67__ 74__________ L 85__ 57__________W 65__ 88__________ L 62__ 54__________W

All: 1-2; H: 1-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-0

Bowling Green

All: 2-1; H: 1-0; A: 0-1; N: 1-0 12/30/52____N___ 67__ 56__________W 12/14/91____H___ 51__ 48__________W 1/2/93______ A___ 65__ 73__________ L

Bradley

All: 2-3; H: 1-1; A: 0-2; N: 1-0 2/1/82______H___ 12/10/83____ A___ 12/30/95____N___ 12/18/96____H___ 12/9/98_____ A___

42__ 59__________ L 49__ 52__________ L 75__ 72__________W 61__ 57__________W 54__ 63__________ L

Brigham Young

All: 3-1; H: 2-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-1 12/26/79____N___ 12/2/89_____H___ 12/27/96____H___ 12/2/97_____ A___

50__ 58__________ L 82__ 72__________W 75__ 53__________W 80__ 50__________W

Brown

All: 2-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/28/90____N___ 79__ 60__________W 1/13/92_____H___ 81__ 59__________W

Bucknell

All: 75-24; H: 57-6; A: 18-18; N: 0-0 1897_______ A___ 1897_______H___ 1898_______H___ 1898_______ A___ 1/28/1899___H___ 3/3/1899____ A___ 2/10/00_____H___ 3/3/00______ A___ 2/25/08_____ A___ 1/30/09_____H___ 2/24/10_____H___ 3/11/10_____ A___ 2/18/11_____ A___ 2/24/11_____H___ 2/16/12_____H___ 2/22/12_____ A___ 1/15/16_____H___ 1/28/22_____H___ 1/26/24_____H___ 3/7/25______H___ 2/6/26______H___ 2/19/27_____H___ 3/3/28______H___ 2/20/29_____ A___ 3/8/30______H___ 2/24/31_____H___ 2/6/32______H___ 1/13/34_____H___ 2/6/35______H___ 1/22/36_____H___ 2/3/37______H___ 1/18/38_____H___ 1/11/39_____H___ 12/16/39____H___ 12/11/40____ A___ 12/10/41____H___ 12/12/42____H___ 12/11/43____H___ 12/20/44____H___ 12/19/45____H___ 1/26/46_____ A___ 12/11/46____ A___ 1/15/47_____ A___ 12/17/47____H___ 1/21/48_____ A___ 1/10/51_____ A___ 2/3/51______H___ 12/12/51____H___ 3/8/52______ A___ 2/14/53_____H___ 1/27/54_____ A___ 1/5/55______H___ 1/18/56_____ A___ 2/15/56_____H___ 2/13/57_____H___ 2/20/57_____ A___ 2/19/58_____H___

4___ 24__________ L 10___ 7__________W 12___ 4__________W 5___ 18__________ L 17___ 6__________W 8___ 12__________ L 11___ 6__________W 6___ 19__________ L 13__ 20__________ L 28__ 16__________W 53__ 13__________W 23__ 10__________W 26__ 10__________W 34__ 16__________W 35__ 17__________W 14__ 21__________ L 42__ 21__________W 38__ 12__________W 44__ 18__________W 64__ 17__________W 39__ 28__________W 41__ 22__________W 36__ 34__________W 42__ 29__________W 57__ 33__________W 56__ 41__________W 48__ 22__________W 44__ 21__________W 41__ 32__________W 40__ 33__________W 42__ 19__________W 33__ 20__________W 42__ 17__________W 37__ 44__________ L 55__ 21__________W 48__ 32__________W 36__ 22__________W 26__ 29__________ L 32__ 30__________W 58__ 33__________W 47__ 28__________W 34__ 38________L-OT 52__ 45__________W 42__ 46__________ L 29__ 36__________ L 25__ 15__________W 67__ 53__________W 73__ 63__________W 80__ 67__________W 71__ 49__________W 49__ 43__________W 94__ 45__________W 74__ 81__________ L 79__ 66__________W 59__ 56__________W 56__ 70__________ L 56__ 63__________ L

3/5/58______ A___ 73__ 75________L-OT 1/13/59_____H___ 67__ 80__________ L 3/7/59______ A___ 69__ 74__________ L 1/12/60_____ A___ 71__ 56__________W 2/2/60______H___ 62__ 60__________W 1/10/61_____ A___ 67__ 71__________ L 2/7/61______ A___ 65__ 63__________W 1/9/62______H___ 61__ 50__________W 2/13/62_____ A___ 68__ 69__________ L 1/8/63______ A___ 88__ 83_______ W-OT 1/26/63_____H___ 90__ 75__________W 2/5/64______H___ 80__ 52__________W 3/4/64______ A___ 85__ 46__________W 2/10/65_____ A___ 79__ 61__________W 2/24/65_____H___ 68__ 52__________W 1/12/66_____H___ 95__ 55__________W 2/23/66_____ A___ 66__ 57__________W 12/12/66____H___ 65__ 58__________W 2/22/67_____ A___ 62__ 65__________ L 12/18/67____ A___ 68__ 83__________ L 2/21/68_____H___ 73__ 74________L-OT 12/20/68____ A___ 79__ 60__________W 2/1/69______H___ 68__ 66__________W 2/11/70_____H___ 77__ 62__________W 3/3/70______ A___ 54__ 57__________ L 12/2/70_____H___ 85__ 55__________W 12/1/71_____ A___ 84__ 70__________W 12/2/72_____H___ 61__ 48__________W 12/1/73_____ A___ 70__ 57__________W 12/10/74____H___ 88__ 83_______ W-OT 1/14/76_____ A___ 64__ 69__________ L 12/8/94_____H___ 78__ 55__________W 12/22/95____H___ 85__ 54__________W 12/22/96____H___ 76__ 59__________W 12/20/97____H___ 91__ 75__________W 12/21/98____H___ 62__ 58__________W 12/19/99____H___ 67__ 63__________W 12/22/00____H___ 82__ 72__________W 12/22/01____H___ 78__ 57__________W 12/20/02____H___ 59__ 55__________W 1/3/04______H___ 58__ 46__________W 11/21/06____H___ 63__ 60_______ WOT

Buffalo

All: 6-2; H: 3-1; A: 3-1; N: 0-0 2/26/21_____H___ 3/4/27______ A___ 12/14/65____ A___ 12/16/68____ A___ 12/27/91____H___ 1/4/2003____H___ 11/29/03____ A___ 12/21/04____H___

43__ 16__________W 43__ 41______ W-30T 68__ 60__________W 60__ 66________L-OT 89__ 62__________W 68__ 60__________W 67__ 64__________W 70__ 72__________ L

Butler

All: 1-2; H: 1-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-1 12/27/75____N___ 50__ 63__________ L 1/21/92_____ A___ 74__ 79__________ L 2/12/92_____H___ 67__ 64__________W

California

All: 0-3; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-2 12/27/73____N___ 63__ 64__________ L 12/20/96____N___ 63__ 76__________ L 12/29/2001__ A___ 73__ 76__________ L

3/12/24_____H___ 41__ 14__________W 1/10/25_____H___ 34__ 21__________W 2/5/27______H___ 41__ 31__________W 2/24/27_____ A___ 38__ 13__________W 2/4/28______H___ 43__ 23__________W 2/11/28_____ A___ 27__ 21__________W 1/22/29_____H___ 50__ 22__________W 2/16/29_____ A___ 42__ 29__________W 1/11/30_____H___ 27__ 21__________W 2/15/30_____ A___ 11__ 23__________ L 3/7/31______H___ 30__ 31__________ L 3/11/32_____ A___ 27__ 40__________ L 2/25/33_____H___ 30__ 27__________W 2/16/34_____ A___ 47__ 23__________W 2/22/35_____H___ 35__ 54__________ L 1/25/36_____H___ 30__ 32__________ L 3/6/36______ A___ 25__ 38__________ L 1/25/37_____H___ 35__ 30__________W 2/8/37______ A___ 27__ 25__________W 1/11/38_____ A___ 39__ 33__________W 3/2/38______H___ 38__ 24__________W 1/17/39_____H___ 33__ 35__________ L 3/4/39______ A___ 28__ 33__________ L 1/13/40_____ A___ 33__ 35__________ L 3/9/40______H___ 48__ 26__________W 2/12/41_____H___ 42__ 24__________W 3/5/41______ A___ 42__ 32__________W 2/7/42______ A___ 59__ 26__________W 3/4/42______H___ 42__ 19__________W 1/15/43_____ A___ 35__ 33__________W 3/3/43______H___ 65__ 28__________W 1/14/44_____ A___ 34__ 32__________W 3/1/44______H___ 76__ 33__________W 1/12/45_____ A___ 57__ 22__________W 2/7/45______H___ 57__ 22__________W 12/15/45____ A___ 34__ 27__________W 1/18/47_____ A___ 71__ 45__________W 2/12/47_____H___ 52__ 32__________W 1/17/48_____ A___ 47__ 39__________W 1/15/49_____H___ 65__ 40__________W 1/13/50_____ A___ 42__ 57__________ L 1/12/52_____H___ 74__ 56__________W 1/9/53______H___ 62__ 51__________W 12/11/54____H___ 91__ 75__________W 1/14/55_____ A___ 56__ 66__________ L 1/3/56______H___ 62__ 69__________ L 2/29/56_____ A___ 76__ 66__________W 12/1/56_____H___ 80__ 51__________W 1/5/57______H___ 52__ 40__________W 12/10/57____ A___ 47__ 35__________W 2/27/59_____H___ 64__ 59__________W 1/5/60______ A___ 76__ 66__________W 1/30/60_____H___ 77__ 73__________W 1/7/61______H___ 72__ 67__________W 3/1/61______ A___ 57__ 70__________W 1/20/62_____ A___ 52__ 45__________W 1/31/63_____H___ 75__ 64__________W 2/12/64_____ A___ 76__ 51__________W 1/9/65______H___ 69__ 36__________W 1/8/66______ A___ 72__ 52__________W 12/10/66____H___ 64__ 57__________W 2/14/68_____ A___ 70__ 45__________W 1/15/69_____H___ 82__ 55__________W

Catholic

All: 2-0; H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0

Canisius

1/30/25_____ A___ 36__ 11__________W 2/27/26_____H___ 47__ 27__________W

3/29/95_____H___ 66__ 62_______W-NIT 11/16/07____H___ 93__ 40__________W

C.C.N.Y. All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0

All: 2-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0

Carlisle

2/28/08_____ A___ 9___ 28__________ L

1/26/18_____H___ 48__ 27__________W

All: 2-0; H: 2-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

Carnegie-Mellon

12/10/94____H___ 85__ 62__________W 1/22/10_____H___ 77__ 61__________W

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

All: 64-12; H: 36-5; A: 28-7; N: 0-0 1/18/13_____ A___ 1/25/13_____H___ 2/7/14______H___ 2/3/16______ A___ 2/3/17______ A___ 2/17/17_____H___ 2/14/18_____H___ 2/29/18_____ A___ 2/27/19_____ A___ 2/2/21______H___ 1/13/23_____H___ 2/3/23______ A___ 1/12/24_____H___

34__ 14__________W 43__ 16__________W 50__ 25__________W 35__ 24__________W 37__ 26__________W 38__ 23__________W 46__ 19__________W 54__ 30__________W 57__ 26__________W 62__ 17__________W 36__ 25__________W 38__ 29__________W 47__ 25__________W

Central Connecticut St.

Central Florida

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 11/25/07____N___ 59__ 70__________ L

Charlotte

All: 0-2; H: 0-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 12/5/81_____ A___ 78__ 88__________ L 12/17/83____H___ 67__ 76__________ L

Cincinnati

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/28/73____N___ 74__ 66_______ W-OT


Clemson

All: 1-3; H: 1-2; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 12/1/99_____H___ 11/28/2001__H___ 12/3/02_____ A___ 11/29/05____H___

85__ 75__________W 66__ 79__________ L 70__ 79__________ L 88__ 96__________ L

Colorado

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 1/2/39______N___ 26__ 29__________ L

Colorado State

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1

Cleveland State

3/2/82______H___ 61__ 66__________ L 12/1/84_____ A___ 82_ 112__________ L 12/3/2003___H___ 73__ 62__________W

All: 4-4; H: 2-1; A: 1-3; N: 1-0

Clover Wheelman

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 1/13/1899___H___ 12__ 10__________W

Colgate

All: 50-24; H: 26-9; A: 24-15; N: 0-0 2/1/18______ A___ 48__ 38__________W 2/23/28_____ A___ 33__ 32__________W 1/26/29_____H___ 49__ 27__________W 3/4/29______ A___ 20__ 34__________ L 1/25/30_____H___ 24__ 25__________ L 2/28/30_____ A___ 34__ 32__________W 1/31/31_____H___ 27__ 34__________ L 2/27/31_____ A___ 27__ 30__________ L 2/13/32_____H___ 29__ 34__________ L 2/26/32_____ A___ 31__ 42__________ L 3/3/33______ A___ 32__ 48__________ L 2/10/34_____ A___ 39__ 22__________W 3/1/35______ A___ 35__ 38__________ L 2/16/40_____ A___ 43__ 25__________W 12/14/40____H___ 35__ 21__________W 2/13/42_____ A___ 58__ 35__________W 1/23/43_____H___ 48__ 24__________W 1/22/44_____H___ 34__ 41__________ L 1/27/45_____H___ 37__ 26__________W 2/10/45_____ A___ 51__ 34__________W 1/19/46_____ A___ 51__ 67__________ L 2/9/46______H___ 46__ 44__________W 3/8/47______ A___ 71__ 68__________W 1/9/48______ A___ 36__ 35__________W 2/28/48_____H___ 60__ 61________L-OT 1/8/49______H___ 40__ 58__________ L 2/25/49_____ A___ 45__ 67__________ L 1/7/50______H___ 67__ 68________L-OT 2/24/50_____ A___ 72__ 57__________W 1/6/51______H___ 52__ 55__________ L 2/23/51_____ A___ 58__ 57__________W 1/5/52______H___ 68__ 51__________W 2/22/52_____ A___ 63__ 65________L-OT 12/19/52____H___ 68__ 55__________W 2/20/53_____ A___ 60__ 62________L-OT 1/9/54______H___ 78__ 58__________W 2/19/54_____ A___ 63__ 75__________ L 12/15/54____H___ 110_ 75__________W 2/18/55_____ A___ 56__ 69__________ L 12/17/55____H___ 83__ 75__________W 2/18/56_____ A___ 64__ 74__________ L 12/15/56____H___ 51__ 44__________W 2/22/57_____ A___ 75__ 74__________W 12/14/57____H___ 71__ 58__________W 2/22/58_____ A___ 83__ 76__________W 12/20/58____H___ 78__ 54__________W 2/20/59_____ A___ 71__ 51__________W 12/19/59____H___ 67__ 69__________ L 2/19/60_____ A___ 75__ 84________L-OT 1/5/60______H___ 78__ 68__________W 2/17/61_____ A___ 72__ 80__________ L 12/9/61_____ A___ 71__ 59__________W 1/16/62_____H___ 80__ 65__________W 12/11/62____H___ 62__ 40__________W 1/11/63_____ A___ 78__ 70__________W 1/18/64_____ A___ 104_ 75__________W 1/29/64_____H___ 86__ 62__________W 1/30/65_____H___ 95__ 65__________W 2/19/65_____ A___ 85__ 76__________W 12/18/65____ A___ 75__ 74__________W 2/19/66_____H___ 90__ 70__________W 12/17/66____ A___ 98__ 84__________W 2/18/67_____H___ 79__ 55__________W 12/16/67____ A___ 82__ 76__________W 2/17/68_____H___ 87__ 72__________W 12/18/73____ A___ 41__ 42________L-OT 2/17/75_____H___ 73__ 59__________W 12/20/75____ A___ 70__ 54__________W 1/3/77______H___ 98__ 59__________W 12/17/77____ A___ 85__ 63__________W 12/19/78____H___ 82__ 80__________W 12/22/79____ A___ 38__ 37__________W 1/28/81_____H___ 87__ 50__________W 12/23/07____H___ 66__ 48__________W

College of Charleston All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0

12/28/93____ A___ 65__ 71__________ L

Columbia

12/17/09____ A___ 12/16/10____ A___ 12/20/69____ A___ 12/12/70____H___ 12/7/71_____ A___ 1/10/73_____H___ 12/29/83____N___ 12/11/93____H___

13__ 19__________ L 16__ 24__________ L 58__ 76__________ L 63__ 71________L-OT 73__ 50__________W 61__ 52__________W 84__ 83_______ W-OT 76__ 43__________W

Co. B, 5th Regiment

3/1/02______H___ 58___ 2__________W

Coppin State

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/28/2001__N___ 66__ 49__________W

Cornell

26___ 5__________W 15___ 8__________W 17__ 20__________ L 25__ 27__________ L 25__ 28__________ L 59__ 69__________ L 99__ 75__________W 65__ 74__________ L 66__ 54__________W 74__ 67__________W

42___ 6__________W 41__ 13__________W 31__ 12__________W 62__ 18__________W 48__ 19__________W 34__ 11__________W 39__ 23__________W 37__ 21__________W 89__ 45__________W 56__ 42__________W 81__ 63__________W 80__ 66__________W

2/14/81_____H___ 12/24/90____H___ 12/18/91____ A___ 12/21/92____H___

71__ 58__________W 86__ 83__________W 80__ 65__________W 73__ 64__________W

Duke

12/28/49____N___ 12/9/60_____N___ 1/3/62______ A___ 11/30/63____ A___ 1/5/65______ A___ 1/3/66______ A___ 1/3/67______ A___ 1/3/70______ A___ 12/30/70____N___

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 3/4/22______H___ 49__ 27__________W

51__ 48__________W 46__ 69__________ L 55__ 95__________ L 62__ 92__________ L 88_ 121__________ L 58__ 83__________ L 84__ 89__________ L 43__ 93__________ L 56__ 67__________ L

Duquesne

Dartmouth

All: 2-1; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-1 1/4/17______H___ 44__ 22__________W 3/20/42_____N___ 39__ 44_____ L-NCAA 12/15/73____N___ 72__ 67_______ W-OT

Davidson

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 11/22/09____N___ 59__ 57__________W

Dayton

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 3/16/98_____ A___ 77__ 74_______W-NIT

Delaware

All: 10-0; H: 5-0; A: 5-0; N: 0-0 26__ 19__________W 47__ 11__________W 36__ 31__________W 75__ 63__________W 80__ 73__________W 66__ 61__________W 74__ 73__________W 86__ 84_______ W-OT 60__ 47__________W 85__ 53__________W

Delaware State

All: 2-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 2-0 11/30/90____N___ 88__ 70__________W 12/29/93____N___ 64__ 53__________W

Denver

All: 1-1; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/28/60____N___ 50__ 58__________ L 12/15/07____H___ 60__ 39__________W

DePaul

All: 0-6; H: 0-1; A: 0-3; N: 0-2 23__ 31__________ 62__ 84__________ 68__ 83__________ 67__ 82__________ 60__ 86__________ 61__ 78__________

L L L L L L

DePauw

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/14/48_____H___ 68__ 49__________W

Detroit

All: 3-2; H: 0-1; A: 3-1; N: 0-0 2/1/27______H___ 27__ 37__________ L

2/9/24______H___ 1/30/26_____ A___ 2/12/27_____H___ 12/29/59____N___ 12/13/72____H___ 1/26/74_____ A___ 1/30/76_____ A___ 1/10/77_____ A___ 2/23/77_____H___ 3/2/77______N___ 12/20/77____ A___ 1/7/78______H___ 1/24/79_____H___ 2/25/79_____ A___ 1/12/80_____H___ 1/31/80_____ A___ 2/9/82______ A___ 1/10/83_____ A___ 2/20/83_____H___ 1/12/84_____H___ 2/25/84_____ A___ 1/10/85_____ A___ 2/23/85_____H___ 3/6/85______N___ 1/11/86_____H___ 2/8/86______ A___ 2/5/87______ A___ 2/12/87_____H___ 1/28/88_____ A___ 2/27/88_____H___ 1/16/89_____ A___ 2/26/89_____H___ 1/15/90_____ A___ 2/28/90_____H___ 1/12/91_____H___ 1/19/91_____ A___ 3/3/91______N___ 2/3/92______H___ 12/1/92_____ A___ 12/4/93_____H___ 11/30/94____ A___ 12/4/10_____H___ 12/10/11____ A___

Ex. 9th Regiment

All: 0-2; H: 0-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 2/14/04_____ A___ 19__ 38__________ L 3/16/04_____H___ 10__ 20__________ L

Evansville

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 12/27/60____ A___ 75__ 74__________W

Fairfield

All: 2-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 2/28/76_____N___ 76__ 68__________W 11/19/10____H___ 64__ 49__________W

Fairleigh Dickinson

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 1/26/80_____H___ 60__ 52__________W

Florida

All: 2-1; H: 0-0; A: 2-1; N: 0-0

All: 4-0; H: 3-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0

All: 24-19; H: 15-4; A: 7-13; N: 2-2

Creighton

12/26/38____ A___ 12/10/55____ A___ 12/29/68____N___ 12/28/77____N___ 1/2/82______ A___ 12/12/84____H___

2/3/00______H___ 2/17/05_____H___ 2/25/05_____ A___ 1/17/20_____H___ 1/8/21______H___ 1/7/22______H___ 2/9/23______H___ 1/10/34_____H___ 1/17/52_____ A___ 2/16/53_____H___ 12/4/54_____H___ 12/7/55_____ A___

All: 1-8; H: 0-0; A: 0-6; N: 1-2

All: 5-5; H: 5-0; A: 0-5; N: 0-0

2/13/08_____ A___ 3/6/08______H___ 3/1/17______ A___ 1/16/74_____H___ 3/1/75______ A___ 12/4/75_____H___ 1/18/77_____ A___ 12/5/77_____H___ 12/29/78____ A___ 1/14/80_____H___

All: 12-0; H: 9-0; A: 3-0; N: 0-0

Drexel

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

1898_______H___ 2/16/00_____H___ 1/29/10_____ A___ 2/22/23_____ A___ 12/13/41____ A___ 12/5/70_____ A___ 12/4/71_____H___ 12/5/72_____ A___ 11/19/05____H___ 12/21/11____H___

31__ 18__________W 58__ 91__________ L 88__ 83__________W 75__ 73__________W

Dickinson

12/18/71____N___ 63__ 70__________ L

All: 1-2; H: 1-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-0

12/29/28____ A___ 12/27/55____ A___ 12/28/63____ A___ 12/29/64____ A___

43__ 40__________W 12__ 36__________ L 39__ 15__________W 72__ 69__________W 59__ 56__________W 73__ 63__________W 70__ 76__________ L 74__ 86__________ L 73__ 70__________W 55__ 65__________ L 55__ 63__________ L 48__ 54__________ L 54__ 49__________W 58__ 57__________W 62__ 52__________W 55__ 56__________ L 74__ 69__________W 82__ 94__________ L 62__ 74__________ L 63__ 53__________W 66__ 70__________ L 63__ 69__________ L 61__ 62__________ L 64__ 78______ L- A10 78__ 79_______L-2OT 55__ 65__________ L 61__ 63__________ L 76__ 51__________W 72__ 69__________W 73__ 63__________W 82__ 73__________W 91__ 78__________W 64__ 56__________W 76__ 58__________W 75__ 60__________W 81__ 87________L-OT 83__ 64______ W-A10 69__ 59__________W 65__ 76__________ L 96__ 64__________W 70__ 69__________W 77__ 73__________W 59__ 66__________ L

East Carolina

All: 3-0; H: 2-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 12/13/80____H___ 71__ 59__________W 1/20/86_____H___ 85__ 57__________W 12/30/86____ A___ 55__ 54__________W

Eastern Michigan

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 3/17/91_____N___ 68__ 71_____ L-NCAA

12/30/65____ A___ 54__ 52__________W 12/28/82____ A___ 60__ 82__________ L 3/24/09_____ A___ 71__ 62_______W-NIT

Florida International All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1

12/28/98____N___ 67__ 85__________ L

Florida State

All: 1-3; H: 0-1; A: 0-1; N: 1-1 12/27/72____N___ 12/23/78____N___ 12/5/87_____ A___ 12/17/88____H___

60__ 70__________ L 64__ 57__________W 60__ 63__________ L 71__ 78__________ L

Fordham

All: 2-2; H: 0-1; A: 1-1; N: 1-0 2/16/07_____H___ 2/26/08_____ A___ 2/18/32_____ A___ 12/26/73____N___

12__ 15__________ L 27__ 21__________W 37__ 38________L-OT 73__ 67__________W

Franklin and Marshall All: 6-1; H: 3-0; A: 3-1; N: 0-0 2/6/03______H___ 2/24/05_____ A___ 2/12/08_____ A___ 2/6/09______H___ 2/1/12______H___ 2/15/13_____ A___ 2/19/14_____ A___

40___ 5__________W 33__ 27__________W 36__ 11__________W 49___ 3__________W 33__ 20__________W 23__ 26__________ L 41__ 28__________W

FURMAN

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/28/10____H___ 70__ 49__________W

Gardner-Webb

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/19/09____H___ 104_ 57__________W

Geneva

All: 2-1; H: 1-0; A: 1-1; N: 0-0 2/10/03_____ A___ 16__ 28__________ L 2/7/19______H___ 54__ 16__________W 3/1/19______ A___ 32__ 27__________W

Georgetown

All: 22-20; H: 12-5; A: 9-14; N: 1-1 12/16/08____ A___ 2/19/15_____ A___ 2/12/26_____ A___ 1/18/29_____ A___ 2/15/36_____H___ 2/26/36_____ A___ 1/16/37_____ A___ 3/3/37______H___ 1/22/38_____H___ 2/5/38______ A___ 2/11/39_____ A___ 3/1/39______ A___ 1/10/40_____H___ 2/21/40_____ A___ 1/29/41_____ A___ 2/19/41_____H___ 2/4/43______ A___ 3/6/43______H___ 12/7/46_____ A___ 3/1/47______H___ 2/11/48_____ A___ 3/3/48______H___ 12/15/48____ A___ 3/5/49______H___ 12/14/49____ A___ 3/4/50______H___ 2/6/51______ A___ 2/9/52______H___ 2/3/53______ A___

26__ 49__________ L 36__ 27__________W 30__ 19__________W 40__ 42__________ L 44__ 51__________ L 27__ 34__________ L 31__ 23__________W 34__ 24__________W 42__ 23__________W 34__ 33_______ W-OT 31__ 32__________ L 29__ 42__________ L 33__ 22__________W 35__ 38__________ L 24__ 28________L-OT 46__ 38__________W 35__ 51__________ L 55__ 37__________W 40__ 37__________W 42__ 50__________ L 42__ 40__________W 43__ 49__________ L 41__ 49__________ L 61__ 42__________W 63__ 70__________ L 65__ 56__________W 76__ 70__________W 83__ 55__________W 73__ 70__________W

3/4/54______H___ 12/29/58____N___ 1/4/69______H___ 12/29/69____N___ 2/28/70_____ A___ 2/20/71_____H___ 2/5/72______ A___ 2/3/73______H___ 2/2/74______ A___ 2/1/75______H___ 1/27/76_____ A___ 11/23/03____H___ 12/6/04_____ A___

61__ 54__________W 88__ 74__________W 52__ 50_______ W-OT 71__ 86__________ L 66__ 73__________ L 84__ 75__________W 63__ 62__________W 74__ 64__________W 58__ 63__________ L 66__ 77__________ L 70__ 76__________ L 78__ 79__________ L 53__ 66__________ L

George Mason

All: 6-0; H: 4-0; A: 2-0; N: 0-0 11/26/88____ A___ 12/5/89_____H___ 12/8/97_____H___ 11/28/98____ A___ 12/8/99_____H___ 3/17/09_____H___

58__ 54__________W 71__ 69__________W 85__ 46__________W 74__ 60__________W 67__ 54__________W 77__ 73____ WOT-NIT

George Washington

All: 19-11; H: 13-1; A: 4-9; N: 2-1 2/18/08_____H___ 2/13/20_____H___ 2/7/70______ A___ 2/6/71______H___ 1/3/76______ A___ 1/14/77_____H___ 1/14/78_____ A___ 1/31/79_____H___ 2/16/80_____ A___ 1/4/83______H___ 1/22/83_____ A___ 1/19/84_____H___ 2/16/84_____ A___ 1/17/85_____ A___ 2/14/85_____H___ 1/25/86_____ A___ 2/20/86_____H___ 1/8/87______H___ 1/17/87_____ A___ 1/16/88_____H___ 3/2/88______ A___ 1/12/89_____H___ 2/4/89______ A___ 1/27/90_____H___ 2/17/90_____ A___ 3/4/90______N___ 2/3/91______ A___ 2/18/91_____H___ 3/7/91______N___ 12/27/91____N___

47___ 4__________W 60___ 6__________W 73__ 76__________ L 94__ 61__________W 69__ 78__________ L 88__ 91________L-OT 68__ 84__________ L 51__ 46__________W 63__ 53__________W 84__ 67__________W 75__ 72__________W 86__ 80__________W 63__ 80__________ L 65__ 69__________ L 70__ 67__________W 61__ 65__________ L 61__ 56__________W 86__ 72__________W 71__ 72__________ L 74__ 61__________W 74__ 81__________ L 79__ 53__________W 89__ 73__________W 77__ 69__________W 72__ 64__________W 83__ 72______ W-A10 70__ 83__________ L 69__ 65__________W 81__ 75______ W-A10 57__ 71__________ L

Georgia

All: 1-2; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-2 12/29/66____N___ 82__ 90__________ L 12/21/91____N___ 54__ 70__________ L 3/24/98_____N___ 66__ 60_______W-NIT

Georgia Tech

All: 2-1; H: 0-0; A: 2-1; N: 0-0 3/18/98_____ A___ 75__ 70_______W-NIT 11/28/06____ A___ 73__ 77__________ L 12/3/08_____ A___ 85__ 83__________W

Gettysburg All: 34-2; H: 25-1; A: 9-1; N: 0-0 3/9/01______H___ 2/9/11______H___ 2/8/12______H___ 1/30/14_____H___ 1/30/14_____H___ 1/19/24_____H___ 1/24/25_____H___ 2/20/26_____H___ 1/22/27_____H___ 1/21/28_____H___ 1/15/29_____H___ 2/10/50_____ A___ 1/20/51_____H___ 1/16/52_____ A___ 1/12/53_____H___ 2/3/54______ A___ 2/24/54_____H___ 12/17/54____H___ 1/7/57______H___ 2/1/58______H___ 12/16/58____H___ 2/6/60______H___ 1/12/61_____ A___ 2/6/62______H___ 2/12/63_____ A___ 2/26/64_____H___ 12/15/64____ A___ 12/4/65_____H___

15___ 4__________W 14__ 10__________W 43__ 13__________W 47__ 17__________W 34__ 26__________W 23__ 19__________W 41__ 23__________W 32__ 38__________ L 46__ 29__________W 54__ 29__________W 37__ 34_______ W-OT 65__ 66________L-OT 73__ 52__________W 85__ 70__________W 73__ 66__________W 64__ 51__________W 76__ 62__________W 97__ 61__________W 86__ 50__________W 87__ 61__________W 71__ 60__________W 77__ 62__________W 76__ 58__________W 60__ 43__________W 72__ 54__________W 85__ 46__________W 53__ 39__________W 81__ 63__________W

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 95


1/28/67_____ A___ 1/10/68_____H___ 1/8/69______ A___ 1/31/70_____H___ 1/30/71_____ A___ 1/19/72_____H___ 1/19/76_____H___ 1/26/77_____ A___

78__ 72_______ W-OT 84__ 47__________W 67__ 56__________W 86__ 56__________W 68__ 54__________W 85__ 53__________W 88__ 54__________W 54__ 41__________W

Gonzaga All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1

12/30/88____N___ 63__ 71__________ L

2/24/07_____H___ 3/8/07______N___ 1/16/08_____ A___ 2/16/08_____H___ 3/13/08_____N___ 2/18/09_____ A___ 3/5/09______H___ 1/12/10_____ A___ 1/27/10_____H___ 1/11/11_____H___ 2/1/11______ A___ 1/19/12_____H___

50__ 68__________ L 60__ 66_______ L-B10 68__ 64__________W 52__ 51__________W 63__ 64_______ L-B10 38__ 33__________W 64__ 63__________W 53__ 54__________ L 67__ 77__________ L 57__ 55__________W 51__ 68__________ L 54__ 52__________W

Great Lakes Naval Training Station

Ilinois State

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0

11/14/2004__N___ 73__ 82__________ L

3/4/19______ A___ 48__ 22__________W

Indiana

Greensburg

All: 9-31; H: 5-12; A: 2-16; N: 2-3

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 3/7/06______ A___ 34__ 10__________W

Grove City

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 2/11/03_____ A___ 11__ 33__________ L

Hardin-Simmons

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/17/82____N___ 81__ 73__________W

Harrisburg Athletic Club All: 3-2; H: 2-0; A: 1-2; N: 0-0 2/11/07_____ A___ 12/11/08____H___ 12/17/08____ A___ 12/10/09____H___ 2/21/10_____ A___

29__ 45__________ L 42__ 13__________W 26__ 28__________ L 44__ 13__________W 44__ 37__________W

Harrisburg Collegians All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

1/9/15______H___ 33__ 31__________W

Hartford

All: 3-0; H: 3-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/6/06_____H___ 56__ 55__________W 11/20/08____H___ 89__ 64__________W 11/12/11____H___ 70__ 55__________W

Harvard All: 1-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 1-0

1/17/31_____ A___ 20__ 38__________ L 1/2/76______N___ 63__ 55__________W

Hofstra

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/27/2000__N___ 82__ 72__________W

Holy Cross

All: 1-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-1

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1

11/26/78____N___ 12/12/81____ A___ 1/9/93______ A___ 2/9/93______H___ 1/8/94______ A___ 2/5/94______H___ 1/18/95_____H___ 2/25/95_____ A___ 1/27/96_____H___ 2/14/96_____ A___ 1/11/97_____ A___ 2/25/97_____H___ 2/4/98______ A___ 1/31/99_____H___ 1/8/00______H___ 2/2/00______ A___ 1/17/01_____ A___ 2/3/01______H___ 1/5/02______ A___ 1/23/02_____H___ 1/8/03______ A___ 3/8/03______H___ 3/13/03_____N___ 2/11/04_____H___ 2/2/05______ A___ 2/15/06_____H___ 2/22/06_____ A___ 1/13/07_____H___ 3/3/07______ A___ 1/20/08_____ A___ 3/9/08______H___ 1/17/09_____ A___ 2/28/09_____H___ 3/12/09_____N___ 1/21/10_____H___ 12/27/10____ A___ 3/10/11_____N___ 1/8/12______H___ 1/22/12_____ A___ 3/18/12_____N___

12/27/61____N___ 66__ 79__________ L 12/30/98____N___ 73__ 52__________W

Indiana (Pa.)

Houston

2/13/03_____ A___ 12/2/79_____H___ 12/1/82_____H___ 11/30/83____H___ 12/22/84____H___ 12/11/85____H___

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/28/64____N___ 59__ 57__________W

Idaho All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1

12/28/79____N___ 46__ 50__________ L

Illinois

65__ 86__________ L 51__ 80__________ L 57_ 105__________ L 84__ 88_______L-2OT 72__ 80__________ L 66__ 76__________ L 69__ 71__________ L 60__ 73__________ L 82__ 68__________W 54__ 72__________ L 70__ 85__________ L 65__ 87__________ L 76__ 95__________ L 95__ 98_______L-2OT 78__ 85__________ L 77__ 87__________ L 69__ 77__________ L 78__ 85________L-OT 54__ 61__________ L 51__ 85__________ L 65__ 78__________ L 74__ 66__________W 49__ 77_______ L-B10 56__ 75__________ L 63__ 68__________ L 71__ 68__________W 65__ 69__________ L 74__ 84__________ L 63__ 94__________ L 65__ 81__________ L 68__ 64__________W 65__ 55__________W 61__ 58__________W 66__ 51______ W-B10 61__ 67__________ L 69__ 60__________W 61__ 55______ W-B10 82__ 88__________ L 54__ 73__________ L 58__ 75_______ L-B10

All: 5-1; H: 5-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 19__ 33__________ L 99__ 57__________W 86__ 46__________W 81__ 49__________W 66__ 58__________W 76__ 58__________W

Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne (IPFW)

All: 13-24; H: 7-10; A: 5-11; N: 1-3

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

3/21/42_____N___ 12/5/90_____H___ 11/25/91____ A___ 1/21/93_____ A___ 2/20/93_____H___ 2/2/94______H___ 3/5/94______ A___ 2/8/95______ A___ 2/8/96______H___ 1/11/97_____ A___ 2/25/97_____H___ 1/31/98_____H___ 1/23/99_____ A___ 1/22/00_____ A___ 2/6/00______H___ 3/11/00_____N___ 1/20/01_____ A___ 1/31/01_____H___ 2/20/02_____ A___ 1/25/03_____H___ 1/21/04_____ A___ 2/21/04_____H___ 1/12/05_____ A___ 2/16/05_____H___ 2/4/06______ A___

12/28/05____H___ 74__ 59__________W

41__ 34_____W-NCAA 78__ 68__________W 65__ 60__________W 66__ 82__________ L 66__ 74__________ L 65__ 83__________ L 59__ 84__________ L 58__ 67__________ L 61__ 58__________W 70__ 85__________ L 65__ 87__________ L 71__ 77__________ L 65__ 61__________W 76__ 87__________ L 50__ 51__________ L 84__ 94_______ L-B10 60__ 92__________ L 98__ 95_______ W-OT 56__ 83__________ L 63__ 75__________ L 37__ 80__________ L 58__ 66__________ L 64__ 90__________ L 63__ 83__________ L 66__ 65__________W

Indiana State

All: 2-0; H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 12/3/80_____ A___ 61__ 54__________W 12/2/81_____H___ 60__ 50__________W

3/1/01______ A___ 3/10/01_____N___ 2/2/02______ A___ 2/13/02_____H___ 2/5/03______H___ 2/15/03_____ A___ 1/31/04_____ A___ 2/26/05_____H___ 1/14/06_____H___ 3/1/06______ A___ 1/24/07_____ A___ 2/28/07_____H___ 1/25/08_____ A___ 2/27/08_____H___ 1/24/09_____H___ 3/7/09______ A___ 1/16/10_____ A___ 1/26/11_____H___ 2/4/12______ A___ 2/16/12_____H___

78__ 73__________W 74__ 94_______ L-B10 64__ 81__________ L 71__ 65__________W 55__ 75__________ L 71__ 84__________ L 58__ 77__________ L 56__ 78__________ L 76__ 80__________ L 38__ 65__________ L 63__ 79__________ L 74__ 72__________W 49__ 64__________ L 65__ 64__________W 63__ 59__________W 67__ 75__________ L 64__ 67__________ L 65__ 51__________W 64__ 77__________ L 69__ 64__________W

Iowa State

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/29/82____N___ 81__ 76__________W

Ithaca

All: 5-0; H: 5-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/14/34____H___ 12/14/35____H___ 12/6/50_____H___ 12/5/51_____H___ 1/17/53_____H___

39__ 26__________W 38__ 32__________W 70__ 31__________W 51__ 21__________W 105_ 47__________W

All: 1-3; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-3 3/21/52_____N___ 3/12/55_____N___ 11/25/00____ A___ 11/19/11____N___

54__ 82_____ L-NCAA 59__ 84_____ L-NCAA 73__ 68__________W 47__ 85__________ L

Lafayette

All: 12-4; H: 7-2; A: 3-1; N: 2-1 1/8/16______H___ 3/3/16______ A___ 2/28/17_____ A___ 1/31/19_____ A___ 2/5/20______ A___ 3/8/24______H___ 1/14/31_____H___ 2/8/33______H___ 1/13/37_____H___ 12/29/56____N___ 1/5/81______N___ 12/8/81_____N___ 2/20/92_____H___ 11/21/01____H___ 12/21/08____H___ 12/7/11_____H___

30__ 26__________W 22__ 14__________W 39__ 31__________W 25__ 33__________ L 46__ 11__________W 34__ 14__________W 16__ 27__________ L 48__ 25__________W 46__ 15__________W 59__ 64__________ L 53__ 42__________W 63__ 62__________W 77__ 59__________W 75__ 66__________W 83__ 55__________W 57__ 61__________ L

12/27/74____ A___ 75__ 73__________W

3/19/54_____N___ 54__ 69_____ L-NCAA 12/27/68____N___ 55__ 70__________ L 12/27/86____N___ 59__ 58__________W

James Madison All: 1-2; H: 1-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-0

All: 1-2; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-2

12/31/07____H___ 81__ 68__________W 11/12/10____H___ 70__ 56__________W

Lock Haven

All: 11-0; H: 9-0; A: 2-0; N: 0-0 1/28/00_____H___ 3/1/00______ A___ 2/2/01______H___ 1/17/02_____H___ 2/28/02_____ A___ 1/16/03_____H___ 1/26/35_____H___ 12/8/84_____H___ 11/30/85____H___ 12/27/86____H___ 12/3/04_____H___

17__ 13__________W 10___ 9__________W 44___ 2__________W 43__ 13__________W 21__ 16__________W 51___ 0__________W 46__ 20__________W 108_ 74__________W_ 79__ 54__________W 74__ 70__________W 94__ 46__________W

Long Beach State

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/27/85____N___ 45__ 47__________ L

Long Island

All: 4-0; H: 3-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/29/2004__N___ 11/26/05____H___ 12/13/06____H___ 11/16/11____H___

80__ 46__________W 80__ 64__________W 66__ 45__________W 77__ 68__________W

Louisiana-Lafayette

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/29/87____N___ 69__ 74__________ L

Louisiana State

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 3/12/54_____N___ 78__ 70_____W-NCAA

Louisville

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1

Lawrence Tech

11/24/78____N___ 58__ 89__________ L

1/2/51______ A___ 56__ 67__________ L

All: 5-1; H: 4-1; A: 1-0; N: 0-0

Johns Hopkins

Lebanon Valley

1/21/80_____H___ 64__ 38__________W

2/5/06______H___ 3/1/07______H___ 2/10/17_____H___ 1/31/20_____H___ 1/29/21_____H___ 1/14/22_____H___ 1/27/23_____H___ 2/14/25_____H___ 1/8/27______H___ 1/11/28_____H___

1/26/81_____H___ 12/7/86_____H___ 11/30/96____H___ 11/24/97____ A___ 11/24/99____H___ 11/22/2000__H___

1/8/92______ A___ 69__ 82__________ L 12/12/92____H___ 75__ 74__________W 12/19/2001__H___ 69__ 85__________ L

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

Juniata

All: 27-1; H: 25-1; A: 2-0; N: 0-0 12/15/05____H___ 12/13/06____H___ 1/10/14_____H___ 12/12/14____H___ 1/22/16_____H___ 12/9/16_____H___ 1/20/17_____ A___ 12/8/17_____H___ 1/19/18_____ A___ 1/17/19_____H___ 2/14/19_____H___ 12/20/19____H___ 12/15/20____H___ 12/15/21____H___ 12/14/22____H___ 12/13/23____H___ 12/17/24____H___ 12/16/25____H___ 2/16/27_____H___ 1/18/28_____H___ 2/10/32_____H___ 1/6/34______H___ 1/12/35_____H___ 1/29/44_____H___ 12/20/86____H___ 11/27/87____H___ 12/22/88____H___ 11/25/89____H___

57___ 9__________W 62___ 1__________W 20__ 24__________ L 50__ 27__________W 37__ 26__________W 28__ 25__________W 40__ 30__________W 41__ 28__________W 44__ 29__________W 40__ 16__________W 46__ 26__________W 56__ 18__________W 45__ 13__________W 48__ 16__________W 49__ 25__________W 61__ 13__________W 30__ 21__________W 38__ 22__________W 29__ 18__________W 53__ 18__________W 40__ 22__________W 39__ 19__________W 32__ 22__________W 38__ 29__________W_ 81__ 52__________W 83__ 32__________W 76__ 61__________W 64__ 26__________W

Kansas

12/11/64____ A___ 50__ 48__________W

3/11/55_____N___ 12/26/61____N___ 2/22/93_____H___ 2/24/93_____ A___ 1/22/94_____ A___ 2/23/94_____H___ 2/4/95______H___ 3/23/95_____ A___ 2/3/96______ A___ 1/4/97______H___ 3/5/97______ A___ 1/28/98_____H___ 1/27/99_____ A___ 1/15/00_____H___ 3/4/00______ A___ 1/6/01______H___

KAnsas State

96 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

Kentucky

LaSalle

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0

All: 13-23; H: 10-6; A: 3-14; N: 0-3 53__ 82__________ L 48__ 67__________ L 58__ 74__________ L 38__ 58__________ L 70__ 81__________ L 89__ 80__________W 74__ 64__________W 67__ 64_______W-NIT 95__ 87_______ W-OT 57__ 69__________ L 55__ 81__________ L 67__ 65__________W 74__ 84__________ L 73__ 61__________W 83__ 86__________ L 85__ 86__________ L

49__ 46__________W 62__ 53__________W 59__ 61__________ L 65__ 63__________W 70__ 73__________ L 81__ 74_______W-NIT

Jacksonville

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0

Iowa

12/18/72____ A___ 12/21/73____H___ 1/8/75______ A___ 12/16/75____H___ 12/9/76_____ A___ 3/22/00_____H___

All: 1-1; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-1 12/12/64____ A___ 60__ 59__________W 12/22/66____N___ 59__ 83__________ L

Kent State

All: 12-3; H: 7-0; A: 5-3; N: 0-0 12/31/37____ A___ 1/3/40______ A___ 2/8/66______H___ 1/7/67______ A___ 1/6/68______H___ 12/14/68____ A___ 12/3/69_____H___ 3/2/71______ A___ 2/29/72_____H___

47__ 34__________W 36__ 31__________W 94__ 72__________W 70__ 62__________W 52__ 50__________W 63__ 49__________W 61__ 57__________W 85__ 86________L-OT 61__ 51__________W

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0

All: 10-0; H: 10-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 41__ 14__________W 52__ 20__________W 42__ 22__________W 69__ 10__________W 51__ 12__________W 29__ 14__________W 43__ 18__________W 42__ 15__________W 40__ 32__________W 41__ 22__________W

Lehigh

All: 31-11; H: 21-1; A: 10-10; N: 0-0 2/21/02_____H___ 39__ 24__________W 2/25/02_____ A___ 22__ 24__________ L 2/2/06______ A___ 19__ 31__________ L 2/14/07_____ A___ 12__ 40__________ L 2/29/08_____ A___ 16__ 24__________ L 2/22/11_____H___ 34__ 13__________W 2/24/12_____ A___ 33__ 35__________ L 1/22/13_____H___ 29__ 15__________W 2/13/13_____ A___ 28__ 37__________ L 2/21/14_____ A___ 33__ 37__________ L 2/19/16_____H___ 29__ 19__________W 3/4/16______ A___ 35__ 22__________W 3/3/17______ A___ 18__ 35__________ L 1/14/18_____H___ 44__ 29__________W 2/2/18______ A___ 36__ 29__________W 2/1/19______ A___ 26__ 23__________W 3/12/20_____H___ 33__ 19__________W 1/19/55_____ A___ 81__ 75_______ W-OT 2/5/55______H___ 78__ 37__________W 1/7/56______ A___ 54__ 39__________W 2/6/56______H___ 88__ 64__________W 1/30/57_____ A___ 67__ 72________L-OT 2/27/57_____H___ 72__ 38__________W 1/10/58_____ A___ 75__ 70__________W 2/24/59_____H___ 88__ 52__________W 2/25/60_____H___ 76__ 58__________W 12/6/60_____ A___ 66__ 50__________W 12/5/61_____H___ 73__ 48__________W 12/4/62_____ A___ 77__ 49__________W 1/25/64_____H___ 79__ 40__________W 12/2/75_____ A___ 93__ 45__________W 12/10/86____H___ 70__ 73__________ L 12/7/87_____ A___ 72__ 79__________ L 2/6/89______H___ 66__ 64__________W 2/5/90______ A___ 64__ 60__________W 12/6/97_____H___ 93__ 50__________W 11/23/98____H___ 74__ 48__________W 11/22/99____H___ 69__ 56__________W 12/5/01_____H___ 61__ 48__________W 11/19/04____H___ 73__ 64__________W

Loyola (Md.)

88__ 47__________W 70__ 74__________ L 70__ 55__________W 90__ 82__________W 82__ 67__________W 87__ 58__________W

M.I.T.

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/12/15_____H___ 60__ 14__________W

Maine

All: 1-1; H: 1-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/23/06____H___ 75__ 42__________W 12/21/10____H___ 65__ 74__________ L

Manhattan

All: 3-1; H: 0-0; A: 2-1; N: 1-0 2/27/08_____ A___ 2/23/09_____ A___ 12/14/11____ A___ 11/28/99____N___

29__ 26__________W 22__ 16__________W 19__ 22__________ L 83__ 77__________W

Marquette

All: 2-3; H: 1-1; A: 1-1; N: 0-1 12/11/76____ A___ 2/2/78______H___ 3/14/90_____H___ 12/7/91_____ A___ 3/27/95_____N___

49__ 79__________ L_ 60__ 73__________ L 57__ 54_______W-NIT 60__ 56__________W 79__ 87_______ L-NIT

Marshall

All: 5-0; H: 2-0; A: 1-0; N: 2-0 12/14/44____H___ 12/28/62____N___ 12/8/90_____H___ 12/29/91____N___ 1/16/92_____ A___

34__ 32__________W 75__ 65__________W 79__ 72__________W 78__ 64__________W 67__ 60__________W

Maryland

All: 8-9; H: 6-1; A: 1-4; N: 1-4 12/3/38_____H___ 12/1/60_____ A___ 12/2/61_____H___ 12/1/62_____ A___ 12/7/63_____H___ 12/2/64_____ A___ 12/1/65_____H___ 12/1/66_____ A___ 12/2/67_____H___ 11/30/68____ A___ 12/1/77_____N___ 12/7/78_____N___ 12/3/79_____N___ 11/27/82____N___

42__ 28__________W 47__ 64__________ L 71__ 65__________W 62__ 61__________W 91__ 62__________W 71__ 72__________ L 65__ 61__________W 53__ 76__________ L 76__ 71__________W 56__ 66__________ L 80__ 89__________ L 61__ 69__________ L 55__ 56__________ L 97__ 79__________W


12/6/83_____N___ 58__ 67__________ L 3/19/90_____H___ 80__ 78_______W-NIT 12/1/10_____H___ 39__ 62__________ L

Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC)

All: 3-0; H: 2-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 2/1/92______H___ 93__ 59__________W 2/17/92_____ A___ 81__ 77__________W 12/8/09_____H___ 58__ 42__________W

2/9/08______ A___ 3/1/08______H___ 1/20/09_____H___ 2/5/09______ A___ 1/7/10______H___ 2/20/10_____ A___ 1/2/11______ A___ 2/6/11______H___ 12/29/11____ A___ 3/4/12______H___

63__ 68__________ L 69__ 61__________W 73__ 58__________W 51__ 71__________ L 55__ 64__________ L 55__ 51__________W 69__ 76__________ L 62__ 65__________ L 53__ 71__________ L 65__ 71__________ L

Maryland-Eastern Shore

Michigan State

12/20/93____H___ 81__ 54__________W 12/6/94_____H___ 86__ 55__________W

1/2/29______ A___ 12/28/38____ A___ 12/29/50____ A___ 12/30/54____ A___ 3/13/93_____ A___ 3/12/94_____H___ 2/2/95______ A___ 2/11/95_____H___ 1/31/96_____ A___ 2/10/96_____H___ 1/15/97_____H___ 2/22/97_____ A___ 1/24/98_____ A___ 2/2/99______H___ 1/5/00______ A___ 2/23/00_____H___ 1/2/01______ A___ 2/24/01_____H___ 3/9/01______N___ 1/19/02_____H___ 1/22/03_____ A___ 1/14/04_____ A___ 2/28/04_____H___ 1/5/05______H___ 3/5/05______ A___ 1/28/06_____ A___ 1/20/07_____H___ 2/2/08______H___ 2/20/08_____ A___ 1/14/09_____H___ 2/1/09______ A___ 2/13/10_____H___ 3/4/10______ A___ 1/8/11______H___ 2/10/11_____ A___ 3/12/11_____N___ 2/8/12______ A___

All: 2-0; H: 2-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

Massachusetts

All: 13-10; H: 9-2; A: 4-7; N: 0-1 12/1/76_____ A___ 2/21/78_____H___ 2/21/79_____ A___ 2/20/80_____H___ 1/29/83_____H___ 2/2/83______ A___ 2/2/84______H___ 2/11/84_____ A___ 1/31/85_____ A___ 2/9/85______H___ 1/6/86______H___ 2/10/86_____ A___ 1/5/87______H___ 2/19/87_____ A___ 1/5/88______ A___ 2/13/88_____H___ 1/5/89______H___ 2/23/89_____ A___ 1/6/90______ A___ 1/18/90_____H___ 3/5/90______N___ 1/3/91______H___ 2/16/91_____ A___

72__ 70_______ W-OT 76__ 69_______ W-OT 54__ 42__________W 50__ 36__________W 59__ 57__________W 62__ 84__________ L 60__ 75__________ L 81__ 88__________ L 71__ 65_______ W-OT 78__ 79________L-OT 64__ 63__________W 52__ 56__________ L 64__ 50_______ W-OT 59__ 66__________ L 51__ 69__________ L 71__ 53__________W 107_ 79__________W 90__ 71__________W 52__ 64__________ L 74__ 71__________W 59__ 64__________ L 65__ 64__________W 64__ 73__________ L

Memphis

All: 2-3; H: 0-1; A: 0-1; N: 2-1 3/8/55______N___ 12/27/74____N___ 12/17/76____N___ 2/23/81_____ A___ 2/20/82_____H___

59__ 55_____W-NCAA 61__ 54__________W 69__ 77__________ L 67__ 75__________ L 46__ 52__________ L

Mexico

All: 2-0; H: 2-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/25/41_____H___ 62__ 18__________W 1/10/45_____H___ 50__ 29__________W

Miami (Fla.)

All: 3-0; H: 2-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 11/28/86____N___ 74__ 61__________W 11/27/90____H___ 93__ 67__________W 3/15/95_____H___ 62__ 56_______W-NIT

Miami (Ohio)

All: 1-2; H: 1-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-1 12/29/62____N___ 66__ 73__________ L 1/18/92_____H___ 87__ 73__________W 12/7/92_____ A___ 68__ 81__________ L

Michigan

All: 11-27; H: 6-11; A: 2-16; N: 3-0 1/1/29______ A___ 12/27/51____N___ 2/17/93_____H___ 3/9/94______ A___ 1/8/95______H___ 3/8/95______ A___ 1/21/96_____ A___ 2/22/96_____H___ 1/28/97_____H___ 2/8/97______ A___ 1/3/98______ A___ 2/25/98_____H___ 1/2/99______H___ 2/24/99_____ A___ 2/19/00_____ A___ 3/9/00______N___ 2/7/01______H___ 3/8/01______N___ 1/2/02______H___ 2/9/02______ A___ 1/11/03_____ A___ 3/5/03______H___ 1/24/04_____H___ 2/18/04_____ A___ 1/15/05_____H___ 2/23/05_____ A___ 2/1/06______H___ 1/17/07_____ A___

11__ 32__________ L 62__ 60__________W 70__ 80__________ L 72__ 91__________ L 73__ 63__________W 60__ 67__________ L 66__ 67__________ L 67__ 57__________W 59__ 67__________ L 64__ 81__________ L 75__ 92__________ L 61__ 77__________ L 70__ 52__________W 78__ 72__________W 87__ 89________L-OT 76__ 66______ W-B10 77__ 66__________W 82__ 80______ W-B10 63__ 67__________ L 58__ 65__________ L 53__ 66__________ L 62__ 78__________ L 59__ 69__________ L 53__ 76__________ L 62__ 66__________ L 48__ 63__________ L 65__ 71__________ L 57__ 77__________ L

All: 7-30; H: 4-11; A: 1-19; N: 2-0 14__ 16__________ L 21__ 35__________ L 43__ 51__________ L 74__ 85__________ L 53__ 70__________ L 71__ 70__________W 62__ 82__________ L 53__ 68__________ L 58__ 61__________ L 54__ 50__________W 58__ 69__________ L 57__ 71__________ L 59__ 71__________ L 68__ 70__________ L 63__ 76__________ L 63__ 79__________ L 73__ 98__________ L 57__ 76__________ L 65__ 63______ W-B10 65__ 77__________ L 36__ 70__________ L 58__ 76__________ L 42__ 67__________ L 58__ 84__________ L 64__ 90__________ L 60__ 69__________ L 64__ 91__________ L 85__ 76__________W 49__ 86__________ L 73__ 78__________ L 72__ 68__________W 54__ 65__________ L 65__ 67__________ L 66__ 62__________W 57__ 75__________ L 61__ 48______ W-B10 57__ 77__________ L

Minnesota

All: 10-28; H: 8-9; A: 2-16; N: 0-3 12/26/75____ A___ 70__ 86__________ L 2/3/93______ A___ 67__ 95__________ L 3/6/93______H___ 41__ 67__________ L 1/15/94_____H___ 78__ 67__________W 2/16/94_____ A___ 66__ 94__________ L 1/4/95______ A___ 67__ 69__________ L 3/11/95_____H___ 69__ 60__________W 1/11/96_____H___ 76__ 51__________W 3/2/96______ A___ 60__ 65__________ L 2/5/97______ A___ 70__ 85__________ L 1/10/98_____H___ 75__ 68__________W 2/18/98_____ A___ 77__ 82__________ L 3/26/98_____N___ 72__ 79_______ L-NIT 1/9/99______ A___ 60__ 75__________ L 2/17/99_____H___ 63__ 69__________ L 1/26/00_____H___ 80__ 72__________W 2/14/01_____ A___ 82__ 62__________W 1/30/02_____ A___ 70__ 94__________ L 2/23/02_____H___ 64__ 68__________ L 3/7/02______N___ 60__ 84_______ L-B10 1/29/03_____H___ 75__ 76__________ L 2/22/03_____ A___ 62__ 77__________ L 1/7/04______H___ 75__ 72__________W 3/6/04______ A___ 62__ 78__________ L 1/8/05______ A___ 62__ 83__________ L 3/2/05______H___ 69__ 73__________ L 2/8/06______H___ 66__ 77__________ L 1/27/07_____ A___ 60__ 65__________ L 1/12/08_____H___ 73__ 76__________ L 2/24/08_____ A___ 68__ 75__________ L 1/11/09_____ A___ 59__ 79__________ L 2/14/09_____H___ 68__ 63__________W 12/29/09____ A___ 70__ 75__________ L 2/6/10______H___ 64__ 66__________ L 3/11/10_____N___ 55__ 76_______ L-B10 2/17/11_____H___ 66__ 63__________W 3/6/11______ A___ 66__ 63__________W 1/15/12_____H___ 66__ 80__________ L

Mississippi

All: 0-2; H: 0-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 11/26/10____ A___ 71__ 84__________ L 12/4/11_____H___ 70__ 72__________ L

Mississippi State

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/28/97____N___ 57__ 58__________ L

Missouri-KC (UMKC)

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/7/05_____H___ 75__ 71__________W

Monmouth

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/21/97____H___ 73__ 42__________W

Mont Alto Academy

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 1/19/12_____H___ 41__ 27__________W

Montana State

All: 0-1; H: 0-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 1/7/30______H___ 42__ 51__________ L

Morehead State

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/10/06____H___ 63__ 46__________W

Morgan State

All: 4-0; H: 4-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/14/85____H___ 1/11/92_____H___ 11/25/95____H___ 12/2/06_____H___

78__ 51__________W 102_ 51__________W 90__ 65__________W 80__ 71__________W

Mount St. Mary’s All: 7-0; H: 7-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/5/92_____H___ 11/25/94____H___ 11/23/96____H___ 12/31/05____H___ 12/13/08____H___ 12/7/10_____H___ 12/18/11____H___

60__ 55__________W 90__ 60__________W 64__ 57__________W 65__ 53__________W 61__ 56__________W 57__ 53__________W 72__ 43__________W

Mount Union

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 1/1/40______ A___ 31__ 24__________W

Muhlenberg

All: 9-4; H: 7-2; A: 2-2; N: 0-0 1/30/19_____ A___ 1/14/39_____ A___ 2/27/41_____H___ 12/4/43_____ A___ 12/6/44_____H___ 12/12/45____H___ 1/5/46______ A___ 1/11/47_____H___ 1/22/75_____H___ 1/17/76_____H___ 12/7/76_____H___ 12/12/77____H___ 12/5/79_____H___

33__ 15__________W 43__ 27__________W 50__ 29__________W 34__ 40__________ L 36__ 37________L-OT 36__ 55__________ L 38__ 47__________ L 48__ 36__________W 81__ 67__________W 91__ 61__________W 64__ 46__________W 109_ 78__________W 85__ 47__________W

Murray State

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 3/15/89_____H___ 89__ 73_______W-NIT

Navy

All: 27-30; H: 10-3; A: 17-27; N: 0-0 2/20/15_____ A___ 1/31/25_____ A___ 2/13/26_____ A___ 1/19/29_____ A___ 1/28/31_____ A___ 1/27/34_____ A___ 2/16/35_____ A___ 1/11/36_____ A___ 2/13/37_____ A___ 1/28/39_____ A___ 1/20/40_____ A___ 1/18/41_____ A___ 2/4/42______ A___ 2/6/43______ A___ 2/5/44______ A___ 1/31/45_____ A___ 2/6/46______ A___ 2/15/47_____ A___ 2/18/48_____ A___ 1/19/49_____ A___ 2/11/50_____ A___ 2/7/51______ A___ 1/30/52_____ A___ 2/4/53______ A___ 1/16/54_____ A___ 1/8/55______H___ 2/1/56______ A___ 2/6/57______ A___ 1/28/58_____ A___ 2/11/59_____ A___

24__ 33__________ L 39__ 37______ W-2OT 21__ 31__________ L 39__ 25__________W 38__ 45__________ L 24__ 43__________ L 27__ 33__________ L 30__ 36__________ L 32__ 31_______ W-OT 19__ 38__________ L 40__ 17__________W 23__ 20__________W 29__ 25__________W 33__ 21__________W 26__ 46__________ L 27__ 60__________ L 33__ 34__________ L 43__ 58__________ L 36__ 40__________ L 47__ 55__________ L 40__ 46__________ L 44__ 41__________W 53__ 49__________W 53__ 77__________ L 58__ 62__________ L 84__ 64__________W 70__ 65__________W 48__ 53__________ L 53__ 58__________ L 58__ 68________L-OT

2/10/60_____ A___ 2/4/61______ A___ 1/13/62_____H___ 2/9/63______ A___ 2/8/64______ A___ 2/6/65______H___ 2/12/66_____ A___ 2/11/67_____H___ 2/10/68_____ A___ 2/8/69______H___ 2/14/70_____ A___ 2/13/71_____H___ 2/12/72_____ A___ 2/10/73_____H___ 2/9/74______ A___ 2/8/75______H___ 2/14/76_____ A___ 2/12/77_____H___ 2/11/78_____ A___ 2/10/79_____H___ 2/9/80______ A___ 2/7/81______H___ 2/6/82______ A___ 2/5/83______H___ 2/6/84______ A___ 12/5/84_____H___ 12/4/85_____ A___

71__ 87__________ L 56__ 58__________ L 67__ 79__________ L 79__ 67__________W 83__ 63__________W 84__ 56__________W 66__ 59__________W 64__ 68__________ L 64__ 65__________ L 61__ 57__________W 79__ 71__________W 73__ 62__________W 68__ 59__________W 73__ 53__________W 33__ 52__________ L 64__ 66__________ L 81__ 83_______L-2OT 77__ 64__________W 64__ 87__________ L 43__ 40__________W 51__ 44__________W 67__ 51__________W 62__ 54_______ W-OT 104_ 83__________W 69_ 100__________ L 66__ 63__________W 50_ 103__________ L

Navy Pre-Flight

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 2/5/43______ A___ 51__ 34__________W

Nebraska

All: 3-2; H: 2-0; A: 1-2; N: 0-0 12/9/80_____ A___ 12/21/81____H___ 3/21/95_____ A___ 1/11/12_____ A___ 2/11/12_____H___

50__ 75__________ L 60__ 58__________W 65__ 59_______W-NIT 58-_ 70__________ L 67__ 51__________W

New Hampshire

All: 3-0; H: 3-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/1/81______H___ 85__ 72__________W 12/20/05____H___ 75__ 51__________W 11/23/08____H___ 70__ 50__________W

New Mexico

All: 1-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 1-0 3/28/90_____N___ 83__ 81_______W-NIT 12/29/2003__ A___ 63__ 82__________ L

New Orleans

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 12/28/85____ A___ 59__ 61________L-OT

New York University

All: 5-3; H: 1-1; A: 3-1; N: 1-1 12/13/11____ A___ 2/29/24_____ A___ 2/14/40_____H___ 1/10/41_____ A___ 2/28/42_____H___ 1/6/43______ A___ 1/5/44______N___ 12/17/64____N___

19__ 18__________W 25__ 19__________W 29__ 35__________ L 47__ 34__________W 43__ 35__________W 39__ 40__________ L 37__ 36__________W 73__ 82__________ L

NYULS

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/8/07______H___ 19__ 17__________W

NJIT

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/17/08____H___ 74__ 47__________W

Niagara

All: 2-2; H: 1-0; A: 0-1; N: 1-1 12/28/61____N___ 12/28/68____N___ 2/17/82_____ A___ 1/19/83_____H___

70__ 77________L-OT 77__ 74__________W 80__ 92__________ L 96__ 66__________W

Nicholls State

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/23/05____H___ 93__ 56__________W

North Carolina

All: 1-4; H: 0-1; A: 0-2; N: 1-1 12/3/66_____ A___ 12/29/70____N___ 12/28/81____H___ 3/18/2001___N___ 11/18/02____ A___

63__ 93__________ L 57__ 73__________ L 50__ 56________L-OT 82__ 74_____W-NCAA 55__ 85__________ L

North Carolina State

All: 3-15; H: 1-2; A: 1-12; N: 1-1 12/30/49____H___ 40__ 50__________ L 3/22/52_____N___ 60__ 69__________ L

12/19/53____ A___ 12/9/54_____ A___ 12/3/55_____ A___ 12/8/56_____ A___ 12/7/57_____ A___ 12/1/58_____ A___ 12/1/59_____ A___ 12/2/63_____ A___ 12/27/65____ A___ 12/4/76_____ A___ 12/10/77____H___ 12/29/78____ A___ 11/25/96____ A___ 11/29/97____H___ 3/30/00_____N___ 11/29/00____ A___

74__ 89__________ L 77__ 99__________ L 42__ 78__________ L 60__ 66__________ L 62__ 80__________ L 54__ 70__________ L 53__ 65__________ L 60__ 64__________ L 70__ 69__________W 61__ 87__________ L 60__ 79__________ L 58__ 80__________ L 41__ 44__________ L 61__ 57__________W 74__ 72_______W-NIT 76__ 84__________ L

Northeastern

All: 1-1; H: 1-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 1/24/81_____H___ 58__ 60__________ L 12/14/2002__H___ 79__ 67__________W

Northwestern

All: 26-14; H: 15-3; A: 10-9; N: 1-2 12/31/28____ A___ 1/13/93_____H___ 2/13/93_____ A___ 1/29/94_____ A___ 3/2/94______H___ 1/21/95_____H___ 2/22/95_____ A___ 1/13/96_____ A___ 2/28/96_____H___ 1/22/97_____ A___ 2/15/97_____H___ 1/22/98_____H___ 2/8/98______ A___ 1/20/99_____ A___ 2/6/99______H___ 3/4/99______N___ 1/13/00_____ A___ 2/16/00_____H___ 1/13/01_____H___ 2/21/01_____ A___ 2/16/02_____H___ 3/1/03______ A___ 1/28/04_____H___ 2/14/04_____ A___ 3/11/04_____N___ 1/22/05_____H___ 2/19/05_____ A___ 1/11/06_____ A___ 2/25/06_____H___ 3/9/06______N___ 1/3/07______H___ 2/10/07_____ A___ 1/2/08______ A___ 12/31/08____H___ 2/17/10_____H___ 2/28/10_____ A___ 2/13/11_____H___ 2/24/11_____ A___ 1/1/12______ A___ 2/25/12_____H___

17__ 41__________ L 70__ 68__________W 58__ 67__________ L 80__ 75__________W 73__ 71__________W 79__ 51__________W 89__ 59__________W 83__ 74_______ W-OT 78__ 62__________W 71__ 69__________W 61__ 55__________W 83__ 45__________W 69__ 68_______ W-OT 60__ 62________L-OT 67__ 71__________ L 44__ 54_______ L-B10 82__ 49__________W 73__ 64__________W 73__ 66__________W 61__ 62__________ L 49__ 55__________ L 79__ 85_______L-2OT 63__ 61_______ W-OT 52__ 65__________ L 52__ 57_______ L-B10 65__ 62__________W 39__ 54__________ L 65__ 61__________W 68__ 55__________W 60__ 42__________W 83__ 57__________W 51__ 53__________ L 79__ 68__________W 61__ 57__________W 81__ 70__________W 79__ 60__________W 65__ 41__________W 66__ 52__________W 56__ 68__________ L 66__ 67__________ L

Notre Dame

All: 3-1; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 2-1 2/21/25_____H___ 3/13/54_____N___ 3/28/2000___N___ 3/31/09_____N___

33__ 22__________W 71__ 63_____W-NCAA 52__ 73_______ L-NIT 67__ 59_______W-NIT

Ohio State

All: 13-31; H: 7-11; A: 4-17; N: 2-3 (V) includes games vacated by Ohio State 12/30/50____N___ 67__ 58__________W 12/23/61____ A___ 49__ 92__________ L 12/8/73_____ A___ 65__ 72__________ L 12/7/75_____H___ 74__ 68__________W 1/2/92______ A___ 63__ 73__________ L 1/5/93______H___ 68__ 71__________ L 2/6/93______ A___ 59__ 62__________ L 1/19/94_____ A___ 57__ 79__________ L 2/19/94_____H___ 57__ 60__________ L 1/14/95_____ A___ 78__ 64__________W 3/1/95______H___ 75__ 68__________W 1/3/96______ A___ 72__ 69__________W 3/9/96______H___ 86__ 70__________W 1/8/97______ A___ 62__ 70__________ L 3/1/97______H___ 56__ 55__________W 2/16/98_____H___ 90__ 81__________W 2/28/98_____ A___ 89__ 85_______ W-OT 11/20/98____ A___ 62__ 70________L (V) 2/27/99_____H___ 98__ 85_______ W-OT 2/12/00_____ A___ 75__ 88__________ L 3/1/00______H___ 73__ 79__________ L 3/10/00_____N___ 71__ 66____W-B10 (V) 1/10/01_____ A___ 78__ 75_______ W (V)

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 97


3/3/01______H___ 1/16/02_____ A___ 2/12/03_____H___ 1/10/04_____H___ 3/3/04______ A___ 1/26/05_____ A___ 2/12/05_____H___ 3/10/05_____N___ 1/5/06______ A___ 1/21/06_____H___ 3/10/06_____N___ 2/14/07_____H___ 2/21/07_____ A___ 1/29/08_____H___ 2/24/09_____ A___ 2/3/10______ A___ 2/24/10_____H___ 1/15/11_____ A___ 3/1/11______H___ 3/13/11_____N___ 1/25/12_____ A___

87__ 93________L (V) 57__ 76________L (V) 67__ 76__________ L 64__ 47__________W 64__ 71__________ L 62__ 68__________ L 56__ 66__________ L 69__ 72_______ L-B10 69_ 104__________ L 64__ 75__________ L 56__ 63_______ L-B10 62__ 64__________ L 60__ 68__________ L 56__ 68__________ L 59__ 73__________ L 62__ 75__________ L 67__ 75__________ L 66__ 69__________ L 61__ 82__________ L 60__ 71_______ L-B10 54__ 78__________ L

Ohio University

All: 0-2; H: 0-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 2/26/74_____H___ 69__ 78__________ L 3/4/75______ A___ 71__ 79__________ L

Oklahoma

All: 0-2; H: 0-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 12/8/85_____ A___ 63__ 85__________ L 12/1/87_____H___ 59__ 93__________ L

Oklahoma State

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 12/29/52____ A___ 61__ 68__________ L

Old Dominion All: 2-0; H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0

2/5/92______ A___ 84__ 79__________W 2/24/92_____H___ 71__ 51__________W

Oregon

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/6/74_____N___ 40__ 76__________ L

Oregon State

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/23/66____N___ 61__ 64_______L-2OT

Pennsylvania

All: 17-30; H: 6-1; A: 9-28; N: 2-1 2/9/01______H___ 2/7/02______H___ 2/22/05_____ A___ 2/3/06______ A___ 2/13/07_____ A___ 2/14/08_____ A___ 12/15/08____ A___ 12/15/09____ A___ 12/14/10____ A___ 1/29/19_____ A___ 2/7/20______ A___ 3/16/21_____ A___ 2/22/22_____ A___ 2/7/23______ A___ 2/2/24______ A___ 2/28/25_____ A___ 3/2/26______ A___ 1/29/27_____ A___ 1/14/28_____ A___ 2/2/29______ A___ 2/1/30______ A___ 1/27/32_____ A___ 1/7/33______ A___ 1/5/35______ A___ 1/8/36______ A___ 1/6/37______ A___ 1/5/38______ A___ 2/4/39______ A___ 2/8/50______ A___ 3/7/51______ A___ 2/20/52_____ A___ 1/31/53_____ A___ 12/12/53____ A___ 3/2/55______H___ 2/11/56_____ A___ 12/28/56____N___ 2/15/57_____ A___ 2/5/58______H___ 1/23/82_____ A___ 1/25/92_____N___ 12/9/95_____N___ 12/12/98____H___ 12/4/99_____ A___ 12/2/00_____H___ 11/23/02____ A___ 11/25/08____ A___ 11/13/09____H___

33___ 3__________W 52__ 17__________W 29__ 24__________W 18__ 28__________ L 16__ 35__________ L 19__ 28__________ L 23__ 30__________ L 17__ 28__________ L 22__ 30__________ L 13__ 34__________ L 16__ 21__________ L 21__ 19__________W 16__ 23__________ L 30__ 23__________W 22__ 27__________ L 24__ 36__________ L 16__ 24__________ L 26__ 32__________ L 21__ 23__________ L 29__ 39__________ L 22__ 28__________ L 23__ 27__________ L 24__ 43__________ L 22__ 43__________ L 31__ 26__________W 33__ 41__________ L 40__ 28__________W 34__ 21__________W 49__ 66__________ L 58__ 61__________ L 52__ 54__________ L 56__ 60__________ L 72__ 67__________W 79__ 85__________ L 72__ 79__________ L 89__ 59__________W 68__ 77__________ L 71__ 70__________W 44__ 58__________ L 86__ 87________L-OT 88__ 61__________W 71__ 55__________W 59__ 56__________W 84__ 74__________W 37__ 62__________ L 85__ 73__________W 70__ 55__________W

Philadelphia Textile

All: 4-0; H: 4-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 1/17/81_____H___ 1/9/82______H___ 12/7/82_____H___ 12/15/84____H___

87__ 61__________W 84__ 68__________W 86__ 73__________W 92__ 77__________W

Pittsburgh

A: 76-68; H: 47-23; A: 29-45; N: 0-0 3/5/06______ A___ 30___ 4__________W 2/6/08______H___ 30__ 13__________W 1/17/13_____ A___ 30__ 25__________W 2/22/13_____H___ 31__ 20__________W 1/20/14_____ A___ 29__ 26__________W 2/28/14_____H___ 26__ 17__________W 1/16/15_____ A___ 32__ 35__________ L 2/26/15_____H___ 31__ 28__________W 3/6/15______ A___ 35__ 39__________ L 2/5/16______ A___ 38__ 43__________ L 2/26/16_____H___ 27__ 31__________ L 2/1/17______ A___ 36__ 37__________ L 2/24/17_____H___ 37__ 32__________W 2/23/18_____H___ 38__ 15__________W 2/28/18_____ A___ 36__ 28__________W 2/22/19_____H___ 39__ 19__________W 2/28/19_____ A___ 33__ 31__________W 2/21/20_____H___ 37__ 19__________W 2/28/20_____ A___ 34__ 29__________W 2/4/21______ A___ 39__ 33__________W 2/19/21_____H___ 50__ 28__________W 2/3/22______ A___ 30__ 27__________W 2/18/22_____H___ 27__ 28__________ L 2/2/23______ A___ 38__ 31__________W 2/17/23_____H___ 38__ 11__________W 2/15/24_____ A___ 30__ 31__________ L 2/22/24_____H___ 29__ 13__________W 2/7/25______ A___ 40__ 25__________W 3/13/25_____ A___ 35__ 30__________W 1/29/26_____ A___ 26__ 30__________ L 3/13/26_____H___ 31__ 37__________ L 2/25/27_____ A___ 27__ 33__________ L 3/12/27_____H___ 35__ 34__________W 2/10/28_____ A___ 25__ 48__________ L 3/10/28_____H___ 28__ 45__________ L 2/15/29_____ A___ 38__ 49__________ L 3/11/29_____H___ 23__ 29__________ L 2/14/30_____ A___ 20__ 47__________ L 3/15/30_____H___ 30__ 47__________ L 2/21/31_____ A___ 24__ 30__________ L 3/14/31_____H___ 32__ 37__________ L 3/5/32______H___ 32__ 36__________ L 3/12/32_____ A___ 40__ 30__________W 3/9/35______H___ 25__ 41__________ L 1/18/36_____H___ 23__ 45__________ L 3/7/36______ A___ 38__ 41__________ L 1/23/37_____ A___ 28__ 36__________ L 3/6/37______H___ 24__ 21__________W 2/12/38_____ A___ 34__ 39__________ L 3/5/38______H___ 25__ 26__________ L 2/8/39______ A___ 41__ 22__________W 2/25/39_____H___ 36__ 35__________W 1/6/40______ A___ 28__ 31__________ L 3/2/40______ A___ 36__ 29__________W 1/11/41_____ A___ 27__ 36__________ L 3/1/41______H___ 36__ 21__________W 1/17/42_____ A___ 34__ 30__________W 2/21/42_____H___ 33__ 28__________W 1/16/43_____ A___ 37__ 38__________ L 2/20/43_____H___ 32__ 13__________W 1/15/44_____ A___ 15__ 12__________W 2/19/44_____H___ 35__ 29__________W 1/13/45_____ A___ 41__ 58__________ L 2/17/45_____H___ 53__ 36__________W 1/12/46_____ A___ 38__ 45__________ L 2/2/46______H___ 48__ 37__________W 1/4/47______ A___ 31__ 42__________ L 2/1/47______H___ 46__ 39__________W 1/3/48______ A___ 34__ 35__________ L 1/31/48_____H___ 34__ 42__________ L 12/4/48_____ A___ 33__ 40__________ L 2/19/49_____H___ 49__ 38__________W 1/21/50_____H___ 34__ 21__________W 1/25/50_____ A___ 58__ 51__________W 2/14/51_____ A___ 51__ 60__________ L 3/3/51______H___ 64__ 44__________W 12/28/51____ A___ 62__ 40__________W 1/19/52_____ A___ 52__ 45__________W 3/1/52______H___ 24___ 9__________W 1/10/53_____ A___ 56__ 57__________ L 2/28/53_____H___ 73__ 53__________W 1/28/54_____H___ 91__ 85______ W-3OT 2/13/54_____ A___ 62__ 74__________ L 1/15/55_____ A___ 66__ 76__________ L 2/26/55_____H___ 77__ 71__________W 1/14/56_____ A___ 60__ 78__________ L 3/3/56______H___ 90_ 100__________ L 1/12/57_____ A___ 75__ 66__________W

98 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

3/2/57______H___ 65__ 80__________ L 1/25/58_____H___ 64__ 71__________ L 3/1/58______ A___ 59__ 61__________ L 1/24/59_____H___ 67__ 58__________W 2/28/59_____ A___ 65__ 84__________ L 1/23/60_____H___ 75__ 64__________W 2/27/60_____ A___ 63__ 64________L-OT 2/11/61_____H___ 73__ 59__________W 2/25/61_____ A___ 53__ 57__________ L 1/6/62______ A___ 74__ 62__________W 2/24/62_____H___ 63__ 55__________W 12/22/62____H___ 48__ 68__________ L 2/23/63_____ A___ 67__ 83__________ L 1/11/64_____ A___ 60__ 69__________ L 2/29/64_____H___ 78__ 63__________W 1/23/65_____H___ 59__ 40__________W 2/27/65_____ A___ 83__ 72__________W 1/22/66_____H___ 66__ 62__________W 2/26/66_____ A___ 89__ 57__________W 1/14/67_____H___ 84__ 44__________W 2/25/67_____ A___ 87__ 73__________W 1/13/68_____ A___ 66__ 43__________W 2/24/68_____H___ 77__ 68__________W 1/18/69_____H___ 65__ 50__________W 2/22/69_____ A___ 57__ 49__________W 1/17/70_____ A___ 47__ 61__________ L_ 2/21/70_____H___ 61__ 48__________W 1/16/71_____ A___ 62__ 75__________ L 2/27/71_____H___ 71__ 65__________W 1/29/72_____ A___ 74__ 62__________W 2/26/72_____H___ 70__ 78__________ L 1/27/73_____ A___ 53__ 63__________ L 2/24/73_____H___ 49__ 58__________ L 1/27/74_____ A___ 61__ 83__________ L 2/23/74_____H___ 66__ 64__________W 1/18/75_____ A___ 56__ 84__________ L 2/22/75_____H___ 69__ 76__________ L 1/31/76_____ A___ 52__ 71__________ L 2/21/76_____H___ 61__ 65__________ L 1/29/77_____H___ 74__ 60__________W 2/19/77_____ A___ 79__ 77__________W 1/28/78_____H___ 65__ 82__________ L 2/18/78_____ A___ 75__ 68_______ W-OT 1/27/79_____ A___ 44__ 50__________ L 2/14/79_____H___ 45__ 54__________ L 1/5/80______ A___ 50__ 54__________ L 2/13/80_____H___ 66__ 53__________W 2/11/81_____ A___ 63__ 70__________ L 1/16/82_____H___ 52__ 46______ W-2OT 3/18/92_____H___ 65__ 67_______ L-NIT 12/6/00_____H___ 88__ 74__________W 12/8/01_____ A___ 53__ 83__________ L 12/7/02_____H___ 60__ 82__________ L 12/6/03_____ A___ 37__ 64__________ L 12/11/04____H___ 71__ 84__________ L 12/10/05____ A___ 54__ 91__________ L

Pittsburgh Collegians All: 4-1; H: 4-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/15/09_____H___ 1/20/10_____H___ 1/16/11_____H___ 1/12/12_____H___ 1/8/13______H___

55__ 29__________W 37__ 40__________ L 19__ 14__________W 37__ 17__________W 48__ 30__________W

Pittston YMCA

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/14/02_____H___ 53__ 13__________W

Pratt

All: 2-0; H: 0-0; A: 2-0; N: 0-0

Purdue

Rutgers

12/5/59_____ A___ 54__ 63__________ L 12/3/60_____H___ 63__ 59__________W 1/16/93_____H___ 54__ 61__________ L 3/11/93_____ A___ 49__ 57__________ L 1/27/94_____H___ 71__ 68__________W 2/26/94_____ A___ 66__ 71__________ L 1/28/95_____H___ 62__ 65__________ L_ 2/15/95_____ A___ 51__ 71__________ L 1/24/96_____H___ 87__ 77__________W 2/17/96_____ A___ 49__ 66__________ L 2/1/97______H___ 62__ 67__________ L 1/7/98______ A___ 55__ 77__________ L 2/21/98_____H___ 74__ 63__________W 1/6/99______H___ 67__ 70__________ L 2/20/99_____ A___ 78__ 70__________W 2/27/00_____ A___ 71__ 88__________ L 2/17/01_____H___ 92__ 71__________W 2/6/02______H___ 81__ 68__________W 3/2/02______ A___ 57__ 92__________ L 1/18/03_____H___ 78__ 82__________ L 2/26/03_____ A___ 55__ 79__________ L 2/4/04______H___ 47__ 62__________ L 2/9/05______ A___ 50__ 77__________ L 1/18/06_____H___ 74__ 54__________W 2/18/06_____ A___ 69__ 60__________W 1/06/07_____ A___ 60__ 64__________ L 2/3/07______H___ 59__ 69__________ L 1/23/08_____H___ 42__ 64__________ L 2/15/08_____ A___ 53__ 67__________ L 1/6/09______H___ 67__ 64__________W 2/11/09_____ A___ 47__ 61__________ L 3/13/09_____N___ 65__ 79_______ L-B10 1/31/10_____ A___ 46__ 66__________ L 3/6/10______H___ 60__ 64__________ L 1/5/11______H___ 68__ 83__________ L 1/19/11_____ A___ 62__ 63__________ L 1/5/12______H___ 65__ 45__________W 2/29/12_____ A___ 56__ 80__________ L

2/24/22_____ A___ 28__ 35__________ L 3/1/34______H___ 34__ 35__________ L 12/29/34____ A___ 40__ 52__________ L 2/29/36_____H___ 45__ 43_______ WOT 3/9/38______ A___ 53__ 18__________W 1/7/39______H___ 44__ 21__________W 2/3/40______ A___ 47__ 19__________W 2/18/50_____H___ 51__ 64__________ L 2/17/51_____ A___ 73__ 50__________W 2/6/52______H___ 66__ 52__________W 2/7/53______ A___ 62__ 74__________ L 2/27/54_____H___ 76__ 59__________W 12/18/54____H___ 106_ 69__________W 2/23/55_____ A___ 83__ 64__________W 12/14/55____H___ 102_ 78__________W 2/25/56_____ A___ 82__ 72__________W 12/5/56_____H___ 90__ 58__________W 1/26/57_____ A___ 78__ 77_______W2OT 1/4/58______H___ 77__ 58__________W 1/11/58_____ A___ 63__ 64__________ L 1/10/59_____ A___ 64__ 69__________ L 2/14/59_____H___ 74__ 56__________W 2/13/60_____H___ 96__ 61__________W 3/5/60______ A___ 85__ 59__________W 3/4/61______H___ 79__ 70__________W 3/3/62______ A___ 62__ 67__________ L 3/2/63______H___ 75__ 72__________W 3/7/64______ A___ 91__ 82__________W 3/6/65______H___ 88__ 75__________W 3/5/66______ A___ 61__ 71__________ L 3/4/67______H___ 76__ 88__________ L 3/2/68______ A___ 83__ 97__________ L 3/1/69______ A___ 57__ 59__________ L 3/7/70______H___ 65__ 62__________W 3/6/71______ A___ 70__ 84__________ L 3/4/72______H___ 77__ 66__________W 3/3/73______ A___ 52__ 81__________ L 3/2/74______H___ 62__ 81__________ L 1/5/77______ A___ 72__ 89__________ L 1/4/78______H___ 81__ 79__________W 1/20/79_____ A___ 46__ 48__________ L 2/27/79_____ A___ 57__ 67________ L-E8 1/19/80_____H___ 75__ 66__________W 12/20/80____ A___ 78__ 76_______ W-OT 3/5/83______H___ 79__ 70__________W 1/14/84_____H___ 83__ 80_______ W-OT 2/23/84_____ A___ 92_ 102__________ L 1/12/85_____H___ 71__ 88__________ L 2/21/85_____ A___ 67__ 84__________ L 1/2/86______ A___ 65__ 56__________W 2/1/86______H___ 74__ 59__________W 1/19/87_____H___ 80__ 60__________W 2/21/87_____ A___ 100_ 99_______ W-OT 1/10/88_____H___ 63__ 58__________W 2/18/88_____ A___ 61__ 65__________ L 2/2/89______ A___ 83__ 87________L-OT 2/13/89_____H___ 93__ 65__________W 3/9/89______ A___ 66__ 70_______ L-A10 1/21/90_____ A___ 59__ 61__________ L 2/15/90_____H___ 80__ 69__________W 3/21/90_____ A___ 58__ 55__________W 1/28/91_____H___ 78__ 79__________ L 2/27/91_____ A___ 70__ 92__________ L 12/10/03____H___ 47__ 60__________ L 12/1/04_____ A___ 83__ 80__________W 3/14/06_____H___ 71__ 76_______ L-NIT

All: 11-27; H: 9-10; A: 2-16; N: 0-1

RADFORD

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/14/11____H___ 62__ 46__________W

Rhode Island

All: 12-11; H: 7-4; A: 4-6; N: 1-1 12/15/50____H___ 2/15/52_____ A___ 2/12/83_____H___ 1/21/84_____ A___ 2/9/84______H___ 1/19/85_____H___ 2/7/85______ A___ 1/9/86______ A___ 2/3/86______H___ 2/25/86_____ A___ 12/4/86_____ A___ 2/1/87______H___ 1/7/88______ A___ 2/25/88_____H___ 1/22/89_____ A___ 1/28/89_____H___ 3/5/89______N___ 1/3/90______ A___ 2/8/90______H___ 1/5/91______ A___ 1/17/91_____H___ 11/28/08____N___ 3/19/09_____H___

2/16/09_____ A___ 24__ 19__________W 12/15/10____ A___ 37__ 18__________W

Richmond

Princeton

12/27/56____ A___ 12/30/58____ A___ 1/3/79______ A___ 1/28/80_____H___ 12/30/94____N___

All: 8-3; H: 6-0; A: 1-2; N: 1-1 2/25/22_____ A___ 1/27/27_____H___ 3/8/65______N___ 1/13/70_____ A___ 1/25/71_____H___ 12/3/71_____H___ 11/29/72____ A___ 1/14/74_____H___ 3/15/2000___H___ 12/26/2000__N___ 12/12/07____H___

19__ 22__________ L 30__ 23__________W 58__ 60_____ L-NCAA 38__ 77__________ L 70__ 62__________W 72__ 70__________W 64__ 57__________W 62__ 50__________W 55__ 41_______W-NIT 65__ 52__________W 61__ 38__________W

Providence

All: 1-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-1 12/27/71____N___ 65__ 81__________ L 3/16/2001___N___ 69__ 59_____W-NCAA

61__ 55__________W 72__ 66__________W 96__ 84__________W 58__ 64__________ L 60__ 63________L-OT 86__ 71__________W 58__ 54__________W 60__ 66__________ L 77__ 78________L-OT 50__ 47______ W-A10 65__ 73__________ L 75__ 84__________ L 80__ 83__________ L 69__ 77________L-OT 96__ 80__________W 68__ 62__________W 84__ 68______ W-A10 61__ 71__________ L 74__ 67__________W 65__ 75__________ L 83__ 65__________W 72__ 77__________ L 83__ 72_______W-NIT

All: 5-0; H: 1-0; A: 3-0; N: 1-0 64__ 60__________W 61__ 54__________W 69__ 65__________W 71__ 61__________W 66__ 53__________W

Rider

All: 3-1; H: 3-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 1/10/81_____H___ 11/30/81____H___ 3/11/98_____H___ 11/23/07____N___

67__ 59__________W 70__ 54__________W 82__ 68_______W-NIT 73__ 82__________ L

Robert Morris

All: 2-1; H: 2-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 2/25/81_____H___ 56__ 66__________ L 1/2/03______H___ 76__ 59__________W 11/16/09____H___ 80__ 61__________W

Rochester

All: 2-0; H: 0-0; A: 2-0; N: 0-0 12/30/69____ A___ 83__ 60__________W 12/29/77____ A___ 92__ 67__________W

All: 37-29; H: 24-8; A: 13-21; N: 0-0

Sacred Heart

All: 3-0; H: 3-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/27/2004__H___ 69__ 61__________W 12/23/08____H___ 73__ 65__________W 11/25/09____H___ 87__ 75__________W

St. Bonaventure

All: 10-11; H: 7-3; A: 3-7; N: 0-1 1/9/80______ A___ 2/18/81_____H___ 1/8/83______H___ 2/26/83_____ A___ 1/5/84______ A___ 3/3/84______H___ 3/7/84______N___ 2/4/85______H___ 3/2/85______ A___ 1/18/86_____H___ 2/15/86_____ A___ 1/25/87_____ A___ 2/14/87_____H___ 1/23/88_____ A___ 2/6/88______H___ 1/24/89_____ A___ 2/18/89_____H___ 1/13/90_____H___ 1/23/90_____ A___ 1/8/91______ A___

75__ 89__________ L 64__ 53__________W 71__ 67__________W 72__ 79________L-OT 69__ 74__________ L 69__ 74__________ L 57__ 71_______ L-A10 59__ 64__________ L 57__ 72__________ L 68__ 87__________ L 65__ 66_______L-2OT 78__ 57__________W 60__ 40__________W 58__ 66__________ L 64__ 62__________W 93__ 94__________ L 95__ 58__________W 93__ 61__________W 73__ 59__________W 89__ 54__________W


2/6/91______H___ 78__ 51__________W

St. Francis (N.Y.)

All: 2-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/6/91_____N___ 61__ 51__________W 12/20/03____H___ 68__ 64__________W

St. Francis (Pa.)

All: 8-2; H: 6-1; A: 1-1; N: 1-0 12/29/72____N___ 1/25/75_____H___ 1/11/76_____ A___ 12/21/76____H___ 1/22/78_____ A___ 12/13/78____H___ 12/28/02____H___ 11/26/03____H___ 12/18/05____H___ 11/12/07____H___

84__ 64__________W 94__ 74__________W 79__ 68__________W 87__ 80__________W 68__ 72__________ L 63__ 68________L-OT 74__ 55__________W 67__ 58__________W 88__ 74__________W 74__ 64__________W

St. John’s

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 12/15/11____ A___ 17__ 25__________ L

St. Joseph’s (Pa.)

All: 14-10; H: 8-3; A: 6-6; N: 0-1 12/14/82____ A___ 1/28/84_____ A___ 2/4/84______H___ 1/26/85_____H___ 2/2/85______ A___ 1/4/86______ A___ 1/30/86_____H___ 2/27/86_____ A___ 1/31/87_____H___ 2/25/87_____ A___ 3/1/87______H___ 1/30/88_____ A___ 2/21/88_____H___ 3/7/88______N___ 1/7/89______ A___ 1/26/89_____H___ 2/3/90______H___ 2/11/90_____ A___ 2/9/91______H___ 2/21/91_____ A___ 11/25/06____H___ 12/1/07_____ A___ 11/16/10____H___ 11/26/11____ A___

78__ 69__________W 63__ 75__________ L 72__ 80__________ L 60__ 84__________ L 53__ 72__________ L 42__ 72__________ L 59__ 54__________W 51__ 59_______ L-A10 95__ 82__________W 83__ 67__________W 78__ 81_______ L-A10 61__ 59__________W 76__ 52__________W 78__ 85__________ L 78__ 67__________W 80__ 78__________W 92__ 70__________W 61__ 53__________W 84__ 68__________W 71__ 67__________W 65__ 61__________W 67__ 79__________ L 66__ 57__________W 47__ 65__________ L

South Florida

All: 2-3; H: 1-0; A: 0-2; N: 1-1 12/18/76____N___ 1/13/82_____H___ 12/20/82____ A___ 12/29/90____ A___ 11/20/11____N___

62__ 66__________ L 63__ 56__________W 70__ 78__________ L 56__ 60__________ L 53__ 49__________W

Southeastern Louisiana All: 0-1; H: 0-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

12/16/06____H___ 66__ 69__________ L

Southern California

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 3/20/54_____N___ 70__ 61_____W-NCAA

Southern Illinois

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/29/88____N___ 76__ 80________L-OT

Southern Methodist Univ. All: 2-1; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-1

12/6/80_____H___ 72__ 50__________W 12/11/81____N___ 65__ 53__________W 12/18/82____N___ 68__ 75__________ L

Southside

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 3/3/06______ A___ 26__ 46__________W

Southwest Texas State All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0

12/22/89____N___ 62__ 37__________W

Susquehanna

All: 24-0; H: 21-0; A: 3-0; N: 0-0

All: 0-1; H: 0-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

2/15/04_____ A___ 1/29/06_____H___ 12/9/10_____H___ 2/17/11_____ A___ 1/25/19_____H___ 1/22/21_____H___ 1/5/24______H___ 1/17/25_____H___ 1/16/26_____H___ 1/15/27_____H___ 1/4/33______H___ 1/4/34______H___ 1/9/37______H___ 1/8/38______H___ 12/10/38____H___ 12/6/39_____H___ 12/18/40____H___ 12/4/41_____H___ 12/9/42_____H___ 12/15/43____H___ 12/13/44____H___ 12/5/45_____H___ 12/4/46_____ A___ 12/7/49_____H___

2/13/35_____H___ 37__ 39__________ L

SwaRthmore

St. Mary’s (Md.)

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/22/87____H___ 97__ 60__________W

St. Mary’s (Cal.)

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/9/88_____N___ 52__ 76__________ L

St. Thomas

San Francisco

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 3/12/66_____N___ 77__ 89_______ L-NIT

Santa Clara

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/29/95____N___ 70__ 49__________W

Seattle

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/14/73____N___ 60__ 62__________ L

Seton Hall

All: 5-1; H: 4-0; A: 1-1; N: 0-0 1/7/70______H___ 1/9/71______H___ 1/8/72______H___ 1/6/73______ A___ 12/9/06_____ A___ 12/8/07_____H___

61__ 52__________W 77__ 76_______ W-OT 76__ 68__________W 71__ 57__________W 59__ 69__________ L 89__ 86_______ W-OT

Siena

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 3/20/2000___H___ 105_103_______W-NIT

South Carolina

All: 1-2; H: 1-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-1 2/4/81______ A___ 60__ 70__________ L 2/15/82_____H___ 62__ 60__________W 11/22/07____N___ 67__ 74__________ L

South Carolina State All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1

11/16/04____N___ 43__ 63__________ L

34___ 7__________W 49__ 23__________W 41___ 9__________W 35__ 21__________W 86__ 12__________W 47__ 13__________W 58__ 13__________W 52__ 17__________W 75__ 18__________W 50__ 15__________W 43__ 24__________W 47__ 20__________W 52__ 19__________W 44__ 24__________W 45__ 22__________W 52__ 23__________W 55__ 18__________W 47__ 18__________W 58__ 28__________W 45__ 25__________W 53__ 12__________W 68__ 33__________W 57__ 33__________W 74__ 44__________W

All: 10-9; H: 5-1; A: 5-8; N: 0-0 2/23/05_____ A___ 2/12/07_____ A___ 2/22/07_____H___ 2/15/08_____ A___ 2/20/08_____H___ 2/19/09_____H___ 2/24/09_____ A___ 2/18/10_____H___ 2/19/10_____ A___ 2/16/11_____ A___ 2/23/12_____ A___ 2/14/13_____ A___ 2/20/14_____ A___ 2/18/15_____ A___ 3/2/16______ A___ 3/2/17______ A___ 2/6/20______ A___ 3/5/21______H___ 3/3/23______H___

15__ 26__________ L 15__ 26__________ L 22__ 20__________W 38__ 27__________W 36__ 22__________W 20__ 25__________ L 19__ 25__________ L 20__ 17__________W 20__ 26__________ L 25__ 37__________ L 20__ 22__________ L 26__ 29__________ L 38__ 26__________W 42__ 30__________W 23__ 28__________ L 33__ 22__________W 25__ 23__________W 34__ 11__________W_ 41__ 25__________W

Stony Brook

All: 0-1; H: 0-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/17/06____H___ 51__ 59__________ L

Syracuse

All: 43-62; H: 34-16; A: 9-44; N: 0-2 1/6/17______H___ 1/31/18_____ A___ 1/6/23______H___ 2/23/23_____ A___ 3/4/24______ A___ 3/15/24_____H___ 2/25/25_____H___ 3/14/25_____ A___

22__ 21__________ W 24__ 34___________L_ 32__ 15__________ W 44__ 14__________ W 25__ 22__________ W 37__ 22__________ W 24__ 22__________ W 27__ 38___________L

2/24/26_____H___ 3/6/26______ A___ 3/5/27______ A___ 1/7/28______H___ 2/25/28_____ A___ 2/23/29_____H___ 3/1/29______ A___ 2/20/30_____H___ 3/1/30______ A___ 1/20/31_____H___ 2/28/31_____ A___ 1/30/32_____H___ 2/27/32_____ A___ 3/4/33______ A___ 2/24/34_____H___ 3/2/35______ A___ 1/15/36_____H___ 2/27/37_____ A___ 2/26/38_____H___ 12/14/38____H___ 12/31/38____ A___ 1/17/40_____H___ 2/17/40_____ A___ 1/15/41_____ A___ 2/15/41_____ A___ 12/17/41____H___ 2/14/42_____ A___ 1/13/43_____H___ 1/10/48_____ A___ 2/7/48______H___ 2/5/49______H___ 2/26/49_____ A___ 1/28/50_____H___ 2/25/50_____ A___ 12/9/50_____H___ 2/24/51_____ A___ 1/10/52_____H___ 2/23/52_____ A___ 1/7/53______H___ 2/21/53_____ A___ 1/6/54______H___ 2/20/54_____ A___ 1/12/55_____H___ 2/19/55_____ A___ 1/11/56_____H___ 2/17/56_____ A___ 1/16/57_____H___ 2/23/57_____ A___ 2/12/58_____H___ 2/21/58_____ A___ 2/7/59______H___ 2/21/59_____ A___ 12/15/59____H___ 2/20/60_____ A___ 12/20/60____ A___ 2/18/61_____ A___ 12/8/61_____ A___ 12/19/61____H___ 12/8/62_____H___ 1/12/63_____ A___ 12/14/63____H___ 1/17/64_____ A___ 12/5/64_____H___ 2/20/65_____ A___ 12/16/65____ A___ 2/28/66_____H___ 12/16/66____ A___ 2/1/67______H___ 12/15/67____ A___ 12/27/67____N___ 2/7/68______H___ 12/18/68____ A___ 1/29/69_____H___ 12/19/69____ A___ 2/4/70______H___ 12/17/70____ A___ 2/3/71______H___ 12/15/71____ A___ 12/29/72____N___ 2/2/72______H___ 12/20/72____ A___ 1/31/73_____H___ 12/19/73____ A___ 1/30/74_____H___ 12/17/74____ A___ 1/29/75_____H___ 12/19/75____ A___ 2/11/76_____H___ 12/13/76____ A___ 1/12/77_____H___ 12/16/77____ A___ 1/11/78_____H___ 12/16/78____H___ 1/10/79_____ A___ 12/15/79____H___ 12/16/80____ A___ 1/25/82_____H___

37__ 31__________ W 12__ 29___________L 21__ 48___________L 26__ 27___________L 14__ 28___________L 35__ 26__________ W 23__ 26___________L 26__ 44___________L 26__ 44___________L 33__ 50___________L 29__ 47___________L 41__ 33__________ W 33__ 41___________L 29__ 44___________L 23__ 31___________L 34__ 47___________L 34__ 33__________ W 26__ 39___________L 38__ 32__________ W 33__ 19__________ W 24__ 43___________L 24__ 27___________L 29__ 34___________L 44__ 25__________ W 27__ 39___________L 37__ 29__________ W 37__ 36_______ W-OT 42__ 28__________ W 43__ 49___________L 40__ 35__________ W 63__ 47__________ W 47__ 49___________L 67__ 61__________ W 44__ 46___________L 59__ 61___________L 46__ 50___________L 61__ 57__________ W 72__ 76_______ L-2OT 71__ 62__________ W 78__ 74__________ W 77__ 63__________ W 69__ 71___________L 107_ 85__________ W 60__ 83___________L 64__ 71___________L 66__ 75___________L 45__ 75___________L 55__ 66___________L 66__ 60__________ W 31__ 45___________L 81__ 72__________ W 75__ 90___________L 80__ 75__________ W 60__ 61___________L 77__ 58__________ W 61__ 63___________L 77__ 60__________ W 53__ 44__________ W 67__ 54__________ W 59__ 49__________ W 95__ 76__________ W 82__ 84___________L 81__ 59__________ W 70__ 62__________ W 79_ 103___________L_ 80__ 79__________ W 72__ 77___________L 73__ 90___________L 89__ 90________ L-OT 73__ 83___________L 79__ 76__________ W 51__ 71___________L 64__ 58__________ W 69__ 80___________L 103_ 95__________ W 81__ 92___________L 64__ 68___________L 70__ 73___________L 77__ 92___________L 81__ 76_______ W-OT 62__ 73___________L 72__ 68__________ W 55__ 59___________L 61__ 55__________ W 71__ 75___________L 88__ 84__________ W 82__ 90___________L 93_ 100___________L 63_ 101___________L 66__ 82___________L 45__ 81___________L 77__ 83___________L 50__ 67___________L 70__ 85___________L 72__ 85___________L 63__ 77___________L 68__ 69___________L

Temple

Tennessee

1/28/28_____H___ 57__ 27__________ W 2/15/33_____H___ 33__ 43___________L 1/9/35______H___ 33__ 35________ L-OT 2/11/36_____ A___ 33__ 39___________L 2/19/36_____H___ 23__ 31___________L 2/12/37_____ A___ 23__ 42___________L 2/20/37_____H___ 26__ 28___________L 2/4/38______ A___ 30__ 37___________L 2/8/38______H___ 39__ 49___________L 1/21/39_____ A___ 29__ 31___________L 3/8/39______H___ 35__ 32__________ W 2/22/40_____ A___ 33__ 31__________ W 3/6/40______H___ 46__ 36__________ W 2/8/41______ A___ 43__ 25__________ W 1/31/42_____ A___ 41__ 33__________ W 2/11/42_____H___ 46__ 33__________ W 1/9/43______ A___ 38__ 29__________ W 2/24/43_____H___ 46__ 33__________ W 1/8/44______ A___ 38__ 45___________L 2/23/44_____H___ 30__ 31___________L 2/14/45_____H___ 60__ 63_______ L-5OT 2/24/45_____ A___ 28__ 39___________L 1/9/46______H___ 46__ 34__________ W 2/16/46_____ A___ 38__ 54___________L 1/8/47______H___ 62__ 42__________ W 2/8/47______ A___ 37__ 38___________L 2/21/48_____ A___ 44__ 55___________L 3/6/48______H___ 64__ 62__________ W 2/12/49_____ A___ 48__ 56___________L 3/2/49______H___ 52__ 41__________ W 2/22/50_____H___ 66__ 61__________ W 3/7/53______ A___ 54__ 56___________L 3/6/54______H___ 67__ 52__________ W 1/29/55_____ A___ 84__ 80______ W-2OT 2/10/56_____ A___ 58__ 77___________L 1/9/57______H___ 62__ 53__________ W 1/8/58______ A___ 45__ 64___________L 2/3/59______H___ 70__ 36__________ W 12/28/59____N___ 50__ 60___________L 3/4/60______ A___ 68__ 79___________L 2/28/61_____H___ 63__ 56__________ W 2/28/62_____ A___ 60__ 75___________L 1/5/63______H___ 78__ 51__________W 2/1/64______ A___ 79__ 65__________W 12/16/64____ A___ 73__ 63__________W 1/29/66_____H___ 79__ 73__________W 1/11/67_____ A___ 59__ 63__________ L 1/31/68_____H___ 81__ 68__________W 2/12/69_____ A___ 50__ 70__________ L 1/15/70_____H___ 65__ 57__________W 2/10/71_____ A___ 58__ 61__________ L 2/7/72______H___ 66__ 68__________ L_ 2/7/73______ A___ 64__ 49__________W 2/6/74______H___ 48__ 50__________ L 2/12/75_____ A___ 53__ 62__________ L 2/4/76______H___ 76__ 77__________ L 2/9/77______ A___ 66__ 86__________ L 2/8/78______H___ 64__ 74__________ L 2/7/79______ A___ 43__ 54__________ L 12/19/79____H___ 48__ 74__________ L 1/6/81______ A___ 39__ 43__________ L 1/27/82_____H___ 53__ 50__________W 1/26/83_____ A___ 87__ 79__________W 1/7/84______ A___ 75__ 87__________ L 3/1/84______H___ 66__ 69__________ L 1/5/85______H___ 49__ 65__________ L 2/26/85_____ A___ 51__ 57__________ L 1/23/86_____ A___ 36__ 76__________ L 2/22/86_____H___ 46__ 61__________ L 1/15/87_____ A___ 49__ 66__________ L 2/9/87______H___ 70__ 73________L-OT 1/18/88_____H___ 44__ 59__________ L 2/16/88_____ A___ 49__ 50__________ L 12/26/88____ A___ 48__ 50__________ L 1/19/89_____H___ 65__ 76__________ L 12/9/89_____H___ 61__ 59__________W 2/13/90_____ A___ 53__ 61__________ L 12/18/90____ A___ 63__ 67__________ L 2/13/91_____H___ 59__ 69__________ L 3/4/91______N___ 52__ 50______ W-A10 2/9/92______N___ 72__ 73_______L-2OT 12/23/92____N___ 61__ 70__________ L 12/1/98_____H___ 65__ 64__________W 12/22/99____ A___ 51__ 66__________ L 12/9/00_____H___ 66__ 60__________W 3/18/01_____N___ 72__ 84_____ L-NCAA 12/1/01_____ A___ 63__ 75__________ L 12/11/02____H___ 63__ 65__________ L 12/13/03____ A___ 56__ 67__________ L 12/6/08_____H___ 59__ 65__________ L 12/5/09_____ A___ 42__ 45__________ L 3/17/11_____N___ 64__ 66_____ L-NCAA

12/17/71____ A___ 55__ 57__________ L 12/2/95_____ A___ 69__ 57__________W 12/7/96_____H___ 42__ 41_______ W-OT

All: 32-60; H: 22-21; A: 9-34; N: 1-5

All: 2-1; H: 1-0; A: 1-1; N: 0-0

Tennessee-Chattanooga All: 2-0; H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0

12/17/95____H___ 81__ 48__________W 12/3/96_____ A___ 73__ 63__________W

Tennessee Tech

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 12/30/80____ A___ 69__ 46__________W

Texas A & M All: 0-3; H: 0-1; A: 0-1; N: 0-1

12/28/72____N___ 55__ 62__________ L 1/2/05______H___ 60__ 62__________ L 12/3/05_____ A___ 55__ 60__________ L

Texas-Arlington

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/10/88____N___ 67__ 63__________W

Texas Christian All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0

12/29/81____N___ 54__ 49__________W

Texas-El Paso

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 12/27/97____ A___ 60__ 79__________ L

Texas Tech

All: 1-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-1 12/29/79____N___ 47__ 46__________W 12/28/94____N___ 61__ 67__________ L

Toledo

All: 5-1; H: 1-0; A: 1-1; N: 3-0 3/9/54______N___ 12/28/54____N___ 12/28/55____N___ 12/30/63____ A___ 1/27/92_____H___ 12/28/92____ A___

62__ 50_____W-NCAA 71__ 53__________W 78__ 66__________W 65__ 81__________ L 70__ 52__________W 69__ 60__________W

Towson

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 11/29/08____N___ 78__ 54__________W

Tulane

All: 0-2; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-2 12/22/78____N___ 50__ 54__________ L 11/20/09____N___ 60__ 63__________ L

UCLA

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 3/15/91_____N___ 74__ 69_____W-NCAA

UNC Greensboro

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 11/13/06____H___ 69__ 56__________W

UNC Wilmington

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 11/19/09____N___ 69__ 80__________ L

USAAC

All: 1-0; H: 1-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/15/17____H___ 40__ 26__________W

Ursinus

All: 5-0; H: 5-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 3/2/27______H___ 2/18/28_____H___ 1/4/79______H___ 1/3/80______H___ 11/28/80____H___

42__ 23__________W 45__ 39__________W 85__ 59__________W 87__ 55__________W 101_ 68__________W

Utah

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/28/71____N___ 77__ 92__________ L

Valparaiso

All: 1-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-1 12/29/85____N___ 52__ 40__________W 12/28/04____N___ 56__ 69__________ L

Vanderbilt

All: 1-2; H: 1-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-1 3/26/90_____N___ 62__ 75_______ L-NIT 11/26/93____ A___ 60__ 83__________ L 12/3/94_____H___ 95__ 73__________W

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 99


Vermont

2/12/55_____ A___ 90__ 71__________W

All: 8-0; H: 6-0; A: 2-0; N: 0-0 12/3/78_____H___ 2/4/80______ A___ 12/13/86____ A___ 12/11/87____H___ 12/1/88_____H___ 11/30/89____H___ 11/29/93____H___ 11/27/95____H___

78__ 53__________W 53__ 40__________W 94__ 74__________W 83__ 66__________W 80__ 69__________W 82__ 57__________W 80__ 72__________W 99__ 61__________W

All: 1-7; H: 1-2; A: 0-4; N: 0-1 65__ 78__________ L 76__ 89__________ L 65__ 73________ L-E8 34__ 36__________ L 53__ 98__________ L 67__ 76__________ L 70__ 53__________W 61__ 73__________ L

Virginia

86__ 74__________W 74__ 85__________ L 93__ 68__________W 50__ 73__________ L 66__ 79__________ L 58__ 83__________ L 54__ 66__________ L 69__ 66__________W

VMI

All: 3-1; H: 3-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 11/30/95____H___ 12/14/97____ A___ 11/16/98____H___ 12/30/06____H___

99__ 73__________W 68__ 71__________ L 90__ 66__________W 129_111__________W

Virginia Tech

All: 1-6; H: 1-3; A: 0-2; N: 0-1 2/12/21_____H___ 12/28/66____N___ 12/7/77_____H___ 1/13/79_____ A___ 11/28/07____H___ 12/12/09____H___ 12/12/10____ A___

23__ 29__________ L 65__ 67__________ L 75__ 84__________ L 68__ 83__________ L 66__ 61__________W 64__ 66__________ L 69__ 79__________ L

Wagner

All: 2-0; H: 2-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 12/21/85____H___ 88__ 78__________W 12/18/00____H___ 100_ 91__________W

Wake Forest

All: 1-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-1 12/10/60____N___ 78__ 84__________ L 12/30/89____N___ 67__ 63__________W

Waynesburg

All: 1-1; H: 1-1; A: 0-0; N: 0-0 1/7/31______H___ 24__ 31__________ L 1/16/32_____H___ 37__ 33__________W

Wayne State

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/27/54____N___ 66__ 71__________ L

Washington & Jefferson All: 20-7; H: 16-4; A: 4-3; N: 0-0 1/21/14_____ A___ 1/15/15_____ A___ 2/8/15______H___ 1/24/20_____H___ 1/15/21_____H___ 2/5/21______ A___ 2/4/22______ A___ 3/11/22_____H___ 2/10/27_____H___ 2/9/29______H___ 1/21/33_____H___ 1/20/34_____H___ 1/19/35_____H___ 12/2/39_____H___ 12/7/40_____H___ 12/6/41_____H___ 12/5/42_____H___ 12/18/43____H___ 12/14/46____H___ 12/13/47____H___ 12/18/48____H___ 1/14/50_____ A___ 12/16/50____H___ 12/15/51____ A___ 12/13/52____H___ 12/5/53_____H___

11/15/2004__N___ 78__ 63__________W

Western Kentucky

All: 0-1; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-1 12/31/52____N___ 78__ 91__________ L

Western Maryland 1/4/28______H___ 1/20/29_____H___ 1/9/30______H___ 2/7/31______H___ 1/9/32______H___ 1/14/33_____H___ 1/16/35_____H___

49__ 20__________W 46__ 19__________W 45__ 19__________W 40__ 22__________W 47__ 21__________W 44__ 15__________W 43__ 25__________W

Western Michigan

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 12/27/66____N___ 97__ 92_______ W-OT

All: 3-5; H: 2-1; A: 1-3; N: 0-1 2/16/72_____H___ 2/17/73_____ A___ 12/5/73_____H___ 1/15/75_____ A___ 12/9/75_____H___ 1/16/78_____ A___ 12/27/84____N___ 11/30/09____ A___

All: 1-0; H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0

All: 7-0; H: 7-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0

Villanova

1/22/77_____H___ 1/25/78_____ A___ 3/2/78______N___ 2/4/79______H___ 2/2/80______ A___ 3/20/89_____ A___ 12/5/98_____H___ 12/11/99____ A___

Western Carolina

23__ 28__________ L 28__ 24__________W 32__ 19__________W 43__ 25__________W 53__ 14__________W_ 26__ 23__________W 23__ 26__________ L 32__ 15__________W 39__ 30__________W 38__ 33__________W 47__ 21__________W 28__ 11__________W 38__ 15__________W 26__ 35__________ L 30__ 31__________ L 33__ 31__________W 34__ 29__________W 41__ 34__________W 46__ 48__________ L_ 63__ 49__________W_ 40__ 38__________W 51__ 50__________W 52__ 55__________ L 46__ 49__________ L 62__ 50__________W 66__ 41__________W

Western Reserve

All: 2-0; H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-0 1/1/38______ A___ 42__ 34__________W 1/4/39______H___ 36__ 24__________W

Westinghouse Club

All: 5-0; H: 0-0; A: 5-0; N: 0-0 1/16/13_____ A___ 1/19/14_____ A___ 1/14/15_____ A___ 2/4/16______ A___ 2/2/17______ A___

46__ 16__________W 41__ 27__________W 33__ 20__________W 32__ 25__________W 37__ 18__________W

Westminster

All: 2-1; H: 2-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0 2/9/03______ A___ 18__ 28__________ L 1/31/81_____H___ 65__ 47__________W 2/22/82_____H___ 64__ 50__________W

West Virginia

A: 53-66; H: 33-24; A: 17-41; N: 3-1 3/6/06______ A___ 3/1/18______ A___ 2/27/10_____ A___ 1/17/21_____H___ 1/18/30_____ A___ 2/14/31_____H___ 2/20/32_____H___ 2/18/33_____H___ 2/17/34_____ A___ 2/8/36______H___ 2/22/36_____ A___ 1/19/37_____H___ 2/17/37_____ A___ 1/15/38_____H___ 2/19/38_____ A___ 2/15/39_____ A___ 2/22/39_____H___ 2/7/40______H___ 2/28/40_____ A___ 2/5/41______H___ 1/16/42_____ A___ 2/25/42_____H___ 1/30/43_____ A___ 2/10/43_____H___ 12/16/44____ A___ 1/17/45_____H___ 12/8/45_____ A___ 1/16/46_____H___ 12/18/46____ A___ 2/22/47_____H___ 1/14/48_____N___ 2/4/48______ A___ 2/2/49______ A___ 2/9/49______H___ 12/29/49____N___ 2/15/50_____H___ 3/1/50______ A___ 2/10/51_____H___ 2/28/51_____ A___ 2/2/52______ A___ 2/27/52_____H___ 1/14/53_____ A___ 2/25/53_____H___ 1/13/54_____ A___ 2/6/54______H___ 2/2/55______ A___ 2/9/55______H___ 1/13/56_____ A___ 2/8/56______H___ 12/12/56____ A___ 2/16/57_____H___ 12/11/57____ A___

100 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

13__ 16__________ L 35__ 26__________W 34__ 27__________W 52__ 14__________W 40__ 39__________W 37__ 27__________W 33__ 42__________ L 44__ 34__________W 18__ 45__________ L 35__ 40__________ L 31__ 54__________ L 28__ 21__________W 31__ 36__________ L 33__ 29__________W 44__ 41_______ W-OT 46__ 43______ W-3OT 54__ 40__________W 32__ 23__________W 55__ 51_______ W-OT 29__ 35__________ L 33__ 58__________ L 44__ 30__________W 27__ 32__________ L 55__ 40__________W 34__ 39__________ L 53__ 27__________W 41__ 42________L-OT 45__ 48__________ L 37__ 40__________ L 51__ 55__________ L 50__ 46__________W 32__ 60__________ L 28__ 52__________ L 47__ 49__________ L 46__ 41__________W 82__ 56__________W 56__ 59__________ L 76__ 60__________W 68__ 72__________ L 61__ 60__________W 84__ 65__________W 72__ 82__________ L 77__ 57__________W 74__ 66__________W 85__ 68__________W 77__ 68_______ W-OT 84__ 58__________W 79__ 81__________ L 73__ 76__________ L 66__ 81__________ L 80__ 65__________W 50__ 84__________ L

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YOUNGSTOWN STATE

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2011-12 SEASON IN REVIEW 2011-12 BULLET POINTS n TIM FRAZIER was named a first-team AllBig Ten selection by the conference media, the sixth Lion to earn first-team selection. He was also the first Nittany Lion named to the All-Big Ten Defensive team, which began in 2006. n Tim Frazier’s 198 assists set a new PSU season record eclipsing the mark set by Talor Battle (189) in 2009. He had eight games of nine or more assists on the year. n Tim Frazier equaled a Penn State Big Ten Tournament record with 26 points vs. Indiana in the Lions’ first round loss to finish the year seventh on Penn State’s season scoring charts with 602 points, becoming the fifth Lion to post 600 points in a season. n Tim Frazier scored 208 field goals and had 198 assists to lead the nation by being involved in 58.4% of Penn State’s field goals on the year. Only two other players in Division I were involved in 50% or more of their teams scoring on the season. n Tim Frazier was the only Big Ten player to rank in the Top 50 of assists (14th) in the NCAA statistics, was one of two that ranked in the Top 50 of scoring (28th) and one of two in the Top 50 of steals (14th). n Tim Frazier became just the third Lion to lead the team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals in the same season and the first to post a top 10 season in the Penn State record books in scoring, assists and steals in the same year. n Tim Frazier was the only Division I player to average at least 17 points and six assists per game for the season. n Penn State downed No. 22 Illinois for the first victory over a Top 25 ranked team in Head Coach Patrick Chambers career. It was his fourth meetin vs. a Top 25 team as Penn State coach. n Penn State had four major contributors (Cammeron Woodyard (4 games), Billy Oliver (10), Trey Lewis (10) and Jon Graham (6)) miss significant action on the season. All ranked in the top seven of scoring and three in the top seven of rebounding. n Penn State started 14 different line-ups on the season, nine in Big Ten play. n Eight of Penn State’s 10 primary contributors on the year were in their first or second season of Division I play. n Penn State scored 67.3 ppg and shot 42% at home (10-7) on the year, while posting 55 ppg and shooting 36% in 15 games away from home (2-13). n Penn State shot 37.7% from three and averaged 8.0 threes per game in wins, while hitting just 27% and 5.3 baskets from the arc in losses, shooting less than 32% from three in 17 of those games. n Penn State won the rebounding battle in 19 games and was first in offensive rebounds in the Big Ten.

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FRAZIER THRIVES AS CHAMBERS BUILDS FOUNDATION IN FIRST SEASON s Patrick Chambers took the reigns of the Penn State program on June 6, 2011 and became the Big Ten’s youngest head coach. He quickly went to work laying the foundation of all-out effort and positive attitude that would energize the Nittany Lion program.

Chambers’ Era Begins:

Patrick Chambers was introduced as the 12th head coach in Nittany Lion basketball history on Monday, June 6, shortly after the departure of Penn State alumnus and eight-year head coach Ed DeChellis for the Navy head job in late May. Chambers wasted little time connecting with the Penn State fan base far and wide. He ordered a pair of golf carts and began making spur-of-the-moment trips around the Penn State campus distributing t-shirts and his infectious energy. He visited amusement parks, pep rallies, student groups, classes, threw out the first pitch for the State College Spikes and even donned a Penn State football jersey and helmet to fire up the student campout prior to the football team’s clash with Alabama.

FRAZIER EARNS FIRST-TEAM ALLBIG TEN HONORS: Tim Frazier became just

CHAMBERS BIG TEN’S YOUNGEST HEAD COACH: Patrick Chambers (41) began

tany Lion to lead the Big Ten in assists and just the third to lead the conference in steals with his averages of 5.6 apg and 2.4 spg in Big Ten play. Frazier’s 19.6 ppg average in Big Ten games was just 0.4 shy of Northwestern’s John Shurna (20.0) who claimed Big Ten scoring champion honors. No Lion has ever earned the scoring honor. Frazier finished Big Ten play first in assists, first in steals, second in scoring, second in minutes and third in free throw percentage.

his first season at Penn State as the youngest head coach in the Big Ten. Chambers and Purdue head coach Matt Painter were the only two Big Ten head coaches born in the 1970’s at the start of the 2011-12 season. Chambers, born Dec. 13, 1970, is 108 days younger than Painter, in his seventh season as head coach at Purdue, who was born on Aug. 27, 1970.

the sixth Nittany Lion to earn first-team All-Big Ten honors when he was named by media voters. Frazier was the third Penn State guard to earn firstteam honors joining Joe Crispin (2001) and Talor Battle (2009 & 20011). Frazier, who led the Big Ten in conference games with 2.4 steals per game, was also named to the Big Ten All-Defensive team by conference coaches, the first Penn State player to earn that honor since it began being voted on in 2006. Calvin Booth was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the year in 1998. Frazier was named to the All-Big Ten second-team by the coaches.

FRAZIER BIG TEN ASSIST & STEALS CHAMPION: Tim Frazier became the first Nit-

MARSHALL EMERGES AS STRONGSCORING OPTION; POSTS 20 DOUBLE-DIGIT GAMES: Jermaine Marshall scored in double-digits in 19 of the Lions last 25 games of the season and 20 times total on the year as he emerged as a strong scoring option for Penn State. He posted a career-best string of seven-straight double-figure scoring games in late January and February. Marshall had posted a total of two double-digit outings and 98 points (2.9 ppg) in the first 34 games of his career. He logged four 20-point games on the year, including a career-best 27 points vs. Michigan on March 4, and finished second on the team scoring 10.8 ppg. Marshall made a team-high 43 threes, hitting a career-high four vs. Michigan, and posted four games with three or more on the year.

MARSHALL POSTS CAREER HIGH 27: With Tim Frazier hounded by the Michigan defense and struggling through a 4-of-16 scoring night, sophomore Jermaine Marshall stepped to the front posting nine points during a big 13-0 Penn State run, including a slashing dunk over two Wolverines, that cut a 19-point Michigan lead to six on his way to a career-high 27 points to go with eight rebounds in a March 4 loss to the Wolverines (71-65). Marshall played all 40 minutes


TEAM MVP Tim Frazier

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER Jon Graham

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TEAM AWARDS

MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER Billy Oliver

COACHES AWARD Cammeron Woodyard

MR. DEFENSE Tim Frazier

SCRAPPIEST PLAYER Ross Travis

SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Kevin Montminy

UNSUNG HERO D.J. Newbill

SEASON HONORS in the game and shot 10-of-18 from the floor and made a career-best four threes in eight attempts. It marked the second highest scoring total for a Lion on the year behind Frazier’s 30 at Nebraska.

FRAZIER SETS PENN STATE SEASON ASSIST RECORD: With five assists vs. Michigan on March 4, Tim Frazier eclipsed the Penn State single season record. His 198 assists in 32 games on the year surpassed the previous record of 189 assists posted by Talor Battle in 38 games in 2008-09. Frazier’s Big Ten leading 6.2 apg set a new PSU season average record surpassing the 6.1 apg posted by Freddie Barnes (1992) and Tom Wilkinson (1978). He matched the previous PSU record in his 30th game, eight fewer than it was set, despite Penn State shooting 39.3% as a team. Frazier assisted on 40% of the Penn State baskets he himself did not make on the year. Frazier logged eight games of 9+ assists on the year and had a career-best 11 vs Youngstown State (11/23). Combined with his 173 assists in 2010-11 (the sixth best season mark in PSU history) he became the only Lion with two marks in the top seven on the season list.

FRAZIER FINISHES SEVENTH ON SEASON SCORING CHART; FIFTH TO POST 600-POINT SEASON: Tim Frazier finished seventh on Penn State’s all-time season scoring chart with 602 points, the seventh 600-point season in Nittany Lion history. He was just the 12th Nittany Lion ever to post 500 points in a season (a feat accomplished 16 times overall) and just the fifth to reach 600 points. Joe Crispin (2000 & 2001) and Talor Battle (2009 & 2011) both reached the mark twice, while Jesse Arnelle (season record 731 in 1955) and Jarrett Stephens (2000) both did as well.

FRAZIER LEADS BIG TEN IN ASSISTS 2ND IN SCORING & STEALS: Tim Frazier ranked first in the Big Ten in assists (6.2), second in scoring (18.8), second in steals (2.4) and first in minutes per game (37.1) in Big Ten overall games. He was the only Division I player to average at least 17 points and 6.0 assists per game. Frazier averaged 19.6 ppg in Big Ten play, the fifth-best mark in league play in the nation among major conference players. Frazier averaged 19.5 ppg in true road games on the season, a mark that led all major conference players and tied for 15th-best in Division I on the season.

FRAZIER POSTS FIRST 500, 150 & 50 SEASON: With 20 points at Wisconsin on Jan. 19, Tim Frazier became the first Penn State player ever to eclipse 500 points, 150 assists and 50 steals in the same year. He followed that with a team-high 23 points vs. Northwestern to move into the top 10 in season scoring at Penn State and become the first LIon ever to post a top 10 season in scoring, assists and steals in the same year. Frazier finished seventh on Penn State’s season scoring chart with 602 points, first on the season assist chart with 198, and fifth on the season steals chart with 76.

TIM FRAZIER All-Big Ten First-team (media) All-Big Ten Second-team (coaches) Big Ten All-Defensive Team Basketball Times Northeast All-District NABC All-District 7 Second-Team HOF Tip-off All-Tournament Team

FRAZIER THIRD LION EVER TO LEAD IN SCORING, REBOUNDING, ASSISTS & STEALS: Tim Frazier joined Ron Brown (1972) and Talor Battle (2010) as just the third Penn State player ever to lead the team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals in the same season. Brown led Penn State with 434 points (18.1), 224 rebounds (9.3), 110 assists (4.6) and 75 steals (3.1) in 1972. Battle led the Lions with 574 points (18.5), 165 rebounds (5.3), 129 assists (4-2) and 34 steals (1.1) in 2010. Frazier, who led the Lions posting 4.7 rebounds per game, also became just the fourth guard in the modern era (since 1950) to lead Penn State in rebounding, joining Battle (2010), Brown (1972) and Jeff Persson (1968).

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2011-12 IN REVIEW

s Billy Oliver scored a career-high 21 points on a career-best 7-of-11 from three in Penn State’s win vs. Purdue. He was leading the team with 35 threes when he elected to prematurely end his career due to recurring symptoms stemming from his history of concussions.

INTEGRAL TO OFFENSE: No player in the nation was as integral to his team’s offensive production as Tim Frazier whose combined field goals and assists had him involved in 58% of the Lions’ baskets on the year and 60% in Big Ten play. Only two other Division I players were involved in at least 50% of their team’s scoring on the year.

FRAZIER SECOND IN BIG TEN/ FIFTH AMONG MAJOR CONFERENCE PLAYERS IN 20-POINT GAMES: Tim Frazier finished second among Big Ten players with 17 20-point or better outings on the year and had 12 of those vs. Big Ten opponents. Frazier led the Lions in scoring in 25 games and scored in double-digits in 30 games on the year. He accomplished that just 10 times in his first two seasons, reaching the 20-point mark once with 22 in the Lions’ 2011 Big Ten Tournament semifinal win over Michigan State.

s Tim Frazier posted one of the greatest statistical seasons in Penn State history setting a new season assist record (198) and leading the Lions in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals while leading the Big Ten in assists and ranking second in scoring and steals.

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BIG TEN Leaders In 20-point Games 1. John Shurna, NU___________________ 2. Tim Frazier, PSU_________________ MAJOR CONFERENCE Leaders In 20-point Games 1. Terrell Stoglin, Maryland______________ 2. Kevin Jones, West Virginia_____________ J’Covan Brown, Texas________________ 4. John Shurna, NU___________________ 5. Tim Frazier, PSU________________

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COLELLA GETS CALL: Guard Nick Colella was placed on scholarship for the 2012 spring semester. The junior, who began his career at the Division III Penn State-Behrend campus, joined the team as a walk-on prior to the 2010-11 season after serving as a practice player with the Lady Lions in his first month on campus and go-

s Cammeron Woodyard was Penn State’s lone senior in 2011-12 and delivered the best season of his career averaging 8.7 ppg and finishing second on the team with 42 threes while leading the Lions shooting 36.8 percent from three and posting 14 double-digit scoring games on the season.

ing through the try-out process. He made his first career start at Michigan State (2/8) and hit three treys for nine points in a career-most 37 minutes in the game. He went on to start six-straight Big Ten games (Feb. 8-Feb. 29), playing 24 or more minutes in five. Colella made 16 threes in Big Ten games, the fourth-most on team, and posted two double-digit scoring games in Big Ten play. He played 16 minutes or more in 13 Big Ten games and averaged 20.8 mpg in conference play. Colella hit a career-best 3-of-5 from three for a career-high 11 points in 24 minutes at No. 11 Indiana (1/22).

FRESHMEN GRAHAM & TRAVIS FINISH STRONG: Redshirt freshman Jon Graham and true freshman Ross Travis both had strong finishes to their first campaigns on the floor strengthening Penn State’s front court production. Graham posted career highs in either points (10 vs. Iowa and Northwestern) or rebounds (10 vs. Wisconsin) in three straight games from Feb. 16 through Feb. 25. He averaged 9.7 ppg and 6.3 ppg during the stretch he began to hit his stride after missing five games mid-year with mononucleosis. Travis posted two of his five double-digit scoring outings on the year and career highs in points and rebounds in the final four games. He had a careerbest 15 points to go with six rebounds vs. Michigan (3/4) and 10 points and career-best nine rebounds vs. Northwestern (2/25).

WOODYARD’S SENIOR SUCCESS COMES TO ABRUPT END: Penn State’s lone senior, Cammeron Woodyard was having the best season of his career before it ended abrutly with a fracture in his right foot suffered during shoot-around prior to the Feb. 29 game at Purdue, ending his career. Woodyard was leading the team with 42 threes and 36.8% shooting from the arc and was a team-leading 80.7% (46-57) from the

foul line on the year. He performed particularly well at home averaging 11.4 ppg and posting 11 of his 14 double-digit scoring games on the year in the Jordan Center while shooting 46% from the field and 44% (27-61) from three in home games on the year.

OLIVER ENDS HIS CAREER: Junior forward Billy Oliver announced on Feb. 11 following the Lions’ victory over Nebraska that he was ending his Penn State playing career due to recurring symptoms stemming from his history of concussions and migraine headaches. Oliver played in 21 games in the 2011-12 season, starting 20, and was playing an average of 24 minutes per game. Oliver was leading the Lions with 35 threes on the year prior to the Nebraska game, had posted three double-digit scoring games and was the team’s fourth leading scorer (6.8 ppg) prior to his decision to end his career.

LIONS DOWN NO. 22 ILLINI FOR CHAMBERS’ FIRST TOP 25 VICTORY: One game after No. 22 Illinois knocked off No. 6 Ohio State in Champaign, Penn State held the Illini to 34 percent shooting and 18 points below their season scoring average to deliver the first victory over a team ranked in the Top 25 in coach Patrick Chambers’ three-year head coaching career. In just his eighth-ever meeting vs. a team ranked in the Top 25 and fourth as Penn State coach, Chambers delivered a 54-52 victory to a boisterous home crowd of more than 2,000 students. Senior Cam Woodyard led the way with 17 points and Tim Frazier added 12 points, nine assists and a game-winning 12-foot floater with eight seconds to play. Chambers joined Jerry Dunn (1996-2003) and John Egli (1955-68) as the only coaches in Penn State history to defeat a ranked team in their first season at the helm.


2011-12 IN REVIEW

s Jon Graham started 17 games in his first season on the floor for the Lions and led Penn State with 19 blocked shots. He posted career highs of 10 points vs. Iowa and Northwestern in Big Ten play.

Dunn & Egli both did it in their second game vs. a ranked foe.

LIONS THUMP PURDUE FOR CHAMBERS’ FIRST BIG TEN WIN: Penn State posted its most lopsided Big Ten win in six seasons with a 65-45 defeat of Purdue (1/5), gaining the first Big Ten Conference win of the Patrick Chambers era in the Lions’ first home Big Ten appearance under Chambers. It was Penn State’s largest Big Ten victory since downing Northwestern, 83-57, on Jan. 3, 2007, and the largest over Purdue since beating the Boilers, 74-54, at the Jordan Center on Jan. 18, 2006. Billy Oliver posted a career high 21 points on a career-best 7-of-11 (63.6%) from three in the game.

LIONS DOWN B.C. IN CHALLENGE: Penn State posted the first road win of the Patrick Chambers era and continued its recent success in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge with a 62-54 victory at Boston College. The win marked Penn State’s fourth in its last five Challenge games and third in a row in a Challenge road game with previous wins coming at Virginia (2009) and Georgia Tech (2008). Jermaine Marshall scored a then careerhigh 22 points on 3-of-6 from three and Tim Frazier had 22 on 3-of-5 from three for the Lions.

LIONS FACE NO. 2 RANKED/EVENTUAL NATIONAL CHAMPION KENTUCKY: Penn State took on No. 2 ranked Kentucky in the Hall of Fame Tip-off Tournament at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut. The Wildcats prevailed, 85-47, and went on to win the 2012 NCAA Championship.

s Freshman Ross Travis started 16 games and played in all 32 in his first season. His play surged at the end of the year as he posted a career-high 15 points vs. Michigan in the regular season finale.

NATION’S BEST FOUR RANKED OPPONENTS IN A ROW: Penn State was the first team in the NCAA on the season to play fourstraight ranked foes when it fell to Wisconsin, 5246, on Jan. 31 in the Jordan Center. Penn State went 1-3 during the stretch, with a 54-52 victory over No. 22 Illinois (1/19) at the BJC. It marked the third time since 2005-06 the Lions played four or more ranked opponents in succession.

FRIENDLY CONFINES/ROAD CHALLENGE: Penn State averaged 67.3 ppg, 42% shooting from the floor and 34% from three in home games on the year, including a seasonhigh 82 points vs. No. 12 Indiana on Jan. 8 at the Jordan Center. Penn State scored more than 70 points in seven of its 17 home games and more than 60 on 14 occasions. The Lions struggled offensively away from the BJC averaging just 55 ppg, 35% shooting from the floor and 26% from three in 15 contests while going 2-13. Penn State scored more than 60 points just twice away from the BJC. (62 at Boston College and 64 at Iowa).

SHOOTING STRUGGLES: Penn State shot less then 45% from the floor in 23 games on the year and went 8-15 in those contests. The Lions ranked 325th in the NCAA in field goal percentage hitting 39.3 percent on the year. Penn State shot a combined 37% from the floor and 27% from three in its 20 losses on the year. The Lions shot 43% from the floor and 37% from three in their 12 wins.

THREE NAMED ACADEMIC ALLBIG TEN: Penn State juniors Tim Frazie and Billy Oliver and sophomore Sasa Borovnjak were recognized for their work in the class room with Academic All-Big Ten honors. It was the second honor each for Frazier and Oliver.

DOUBLE-FIGURES

POINTS 11-12 CAREER Frazier 30 40 Marshall 20 21 Woodyard 14 15 Oliver 4 5 Travis 5 5 Lewis 3 3 Borovnjak 2 2 Colella 2 2 Graham 2 2 REBOUNDS 11-12 CAREER Frazier 3 3 Graham 1 1 Glover 1 1 Oliver 1 1 ASSISTS 11-12 CAREER Frazier 3 3

DOUBLE-DOUBLES

POINTS 11-12 CAREER Frazier 4 5 Last: 23 pts, 10 rebs. vs. NEBRASKA (2/11/12)

20-POINT GAMES

POINTS 11-12 CAREER Frazier 17 18 Last: 26 pts. vs. IU (B1G) (3/8/12) Marshall 4 4 Last: 27 pts vs.MICH (3/4/12) Oliver 1 1 Last: 21 pts vs. PUR (1/5/12) Woodyard 1 1 Last: 22 pts vs. MINNESOTA (1/15/12)

30-POINT GAMES

POINTS 11-12 CAREER Frazier 1 1 Last: 30 pts at Nebraska (1/11/12)

s Jermaine Marshall emerged as the Lions’ second leading scorer posting 10.8 ppg and logged four 20-point games, including a career-high 27 in the regular season finale vs. Michigan.

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2011-12 STATISTICS TOTAL 3-POINT REBOUNDS PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT Frazier, Tim 32 32 1188 37.1 208 497 .419 27 86 .314 159 201 .791 Marshall, Jermaine 31 17 839 27.1 114 294 .388 43 132 .326 65 87 .747 Woodyard, Cammeron 28 18 721 25.8 78 221 .353 42 114 .368 46 57 .807 Oliver, Billy 21 20 505 24.0 47 128 .367 35 103 .340 13 18 .722 Lewis, Trey 20 6 373 18.7 40 108 .370 25 72 .347 6 10 .600 Travis, Ross 32 16 574 17.9 57 127 .449 4 24 .167 24 50 .480 Borovnjak, Sasa 32 7 559 17.5 60 106 .566 0 1 .000 18 37 .486 Graham, Jon 26 17 460 17.7 44 97 .454 0 0 .000 13 33 .394 Glover, Matt 32 21 753 23.5 24 102 .235 8 44 .182 32 58 .552 Colella, Nick 26 6 387 14.9 22 85 .259 17 70 .243 10 12 .833 Montminy, Kevin 9 0 10 1.1 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 Wisniewski, Alan 6 0 4 0.7 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 Ackerman, Pat 12 0 26 2.2 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 TEAM TOTAL 32 695 1770 .393 201 647 .311 386 563 .686 Opponents 32 667 1538 .434 257 673 .382 515 696 .740 SCORE BY PERIODS: Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd Total 883 1094 1977 980 1126 2106

DEADBALL REBOUNDS Penn State Opponents

OFF 86 87

OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 44 106 150 4.7 94 1 198 117 7 76 602 18.8 24 102 126 4.1 82 2 34 57 16 32 336 10.8 48 68 116 4.1 45 1 10 27 5 19 244 8.7 26 44 70 3.3 69 3 6 22 11 9 142 6.8 10 18 28 1.4 34 1 17 18 0 10 111 5.6 57 78 135 4.2 69 3 13 24 8 16 142 4.4 44 56 100 3.1 56 1 4 28 5 10 138 4.3 44 51 95 3.7 63 1 6 29 19 10 101 3.9 42 92 134 4.2 88 6 43 47 2 27 88 2.8 5 29 34 1.3 28 0 13 11 4 9 71 2.7 1 0 1 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.2 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 5 5 0.4 5 0 0 3 0 0 0 0.0 52 38 90 2.8 2 6 0 397 687 1084 33.9 636 19 344 390 77 218 1977 61.8 266 758 1024 32.0 571 13 418 438 146 176 2106 65.8

DEF TOTAL 11 97 12 99

2011-12 PENN STATE RESULTS DATE RANK RANK - - 11/12 HARTFORD 11/14 RADFORD - - 11/16 LONG ISLAND 11/19 vs Kentucky - 2/2 11/20 vs. South Florida - - 11/23 YOUNGSTOWN ST 11/26 @ St. Joseph’s - - 11/30 @ Boston College - - 12/4 MISSISSIPPI - - 12/7 LAFAYETTE - - - - 12/10 @ Duquesne 12/18 MT. ST. MARY’S - - 12/21 CORNELL - - 12/29 @ Michigan - 18/16 1/1 @ Northwestern - - PURDUE - - 1/5 1/8 INDIANA - 12/12 1/11 @ Nebraska - - 1/15 MINNESOTA - - 1/19 ILLINOIS - 22/25 1/22 @ Indiana - 11/13 1/25 @ Ohio State - 4/3 1/31 WISCONSIN - 19/20 @ Iowa 2/4 2/8 @ Michigan State - 11/12 2/11 NEBRASKA - - 2/16 IOWA - - 2/19 @ Wisconsin - 15/17 2/25 NORTHWESTERN - - 2/29 @ Purdue - - 3/4 MICHIGAN - 13/16 3/8 vs. INDIANA (B1G) - 15/15

RECORD:

W/L W W W L W W L W L L L W W L L W L L L W L L L L L W W L L L L L

SCORE RECORD 70-55 1-0 62-46 2-0 77-68 3-0 47-85 3-1 53-49 4-1 82-71 5-1 47-65 5-2 62-54 6-2 70-72 6-3 57-61 6-4 59-66 6-5 72-43 7-5 72-67 8-5 53-71 8-6 56-68 8-7 65-45 9-7 82-88 9-8 58-70 9-9 66-80 9-10 54-52 10-10 54-73 10-11 54-78 10-12 46-52 10-13 64-77 10-14 57-77 10-15 67-51 11-15 69-64 12-15 55-65 12-16 66-67 12-17 56-80 12-18 65-71 12-19 58-75 12-20

PSU HIGH SCORER Lewis (17) Frazier (20) Frazier (26) Frazier (11) Frazier (27) Frazier (26) Oliver (12) Frazier/Marshall (22) Frazier (17) Marshall (20) Frazier (15) Frazier (15) Frazier (17) Frazier (20) Frazier (16) Oliver (21) Frazier (21) Frazier (30) Woodyard (22) Woodyard (17) Frazier (21) Frazier (16) Frazier (21) Frazier (23) Frazier (19) Frazier (23) Frazier (18) Frazier (20) Frazier (23) Frazier (24) Marshall (27) Frazier (26)

OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 12-20 10-7 1-11 1-2 CONFERENCE 4-14 4-5 0-9 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 8-6 6-2 1-2 1-2

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OPP HIGH SCORER HIGH REBS HIGH ASST Cole (12) Travis/Woodyard (7) Frazier (6) Smith (16) Woodyard (7) Frazier (10) Boyd & Culpo (15) Oliver (10) Frazier (10) Lamb (26) Travis (8) Frazier (6) Blake (14) Woodyard (7) 5 with (1) Allen (25) four with (5) Frazier (11) Galloway (17) Frazier (11) Frazier (6) Humphrey (15) Marshall (8) Frazier (5) Summers (27) Marshall (7) Frazier (9) Hinrichs(22) Glover/Marshall (9) Fraizer (9) Evans (20) Frazier/Borovnjak (7) Frazier (6) Barber (11) Glover (6) Frazier (8) Ferry (20) Frazier (11) Frazier (6) Hardaway (26) Graham (6) Frazier (4) Crawford (21) Glover (8) three with (3) Hummel (14) Glover (11) Frazier (9) Hulls (28) Travis (6) Frazier (7) Spencer (19) Travis (7) Frazier (4) Coleman (23) Travis (8) Frazier (5) Paul (20) Glover/Graham(7) Frazier (9) Zeller (18) Glover (6) Five with (1) Sullinger (20) Travis (8) Frazier (4) Taylor (18) four with (5) Frazier (7) Gatens (18) Woodyard (6) Frazier (5) Green (23) Frazier/Marshall (5) Frazier (7) Talley (12) Frazier (10) Frazier (9) Gatens (21) Marshall (7) Frazier/Glover (4) Gasser (15) Graham (10) Frazier (4) Shurna (23) Travis (9) Frazier (8) Hummel (26) Frazier (5) Frazier (6) Burke (19) Marshall/Glover (8) Frazier (5) Hulls (20) Graham/Travis (7) Frazier (4)

ATTENDANCE: GAMES HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

17 12 3 32

TOTAL HIGH 117,933 13,103 138,760 17,248 27,086 17,936 284,139 17,936

ATTENDANCE 4,152 4,916 5,258 4,755 4,755 4,461 4,200 4,326 6,001 5,462 7,046 7,202 4,414 12,721 5,389 5,081 8,250 10,791 9,065 6,945 17,248 16,907 8,752 13,510 14,797 13,103 6,794 17,230 8,513 14,565 9,564 17,936

AVERAGE 6,937 11,563 9,028 8,879


2011-12 BIG TEN CONFERENCE STATISTICS TOTAL 3-POINT REBOUNDS PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT Frazier, Tim 18 18 684 38.0 128 300 .427 14 47 .298 83 95 .874 Marshall, Jermaine 18 11 520 28.9 78 195 .400 28 88 .318 29 37 .784 Woodyard, Cammeron 15 12 396 26.4 43 126 .341 24 64 .375 29 36 .806 Oliver, Billy 8 7 177 22.1 14 38 .368 13 36 .361 3 6 .500 Graham, Jon 18 16 338 18.8 31 62 .500 0 0 .000 11 27 .407 Colella, Nick 16 6 332 20.8 20 71 .282 16 60 .267 8 9 .889 Travis, Ross 18 8 322 17.9 27 60 .450 0 4 .000 16 24 .667 Borovnjak, Sasa 18 0 292 16.2 28 51 .549 0 1 .000 11 20 .550 Lewis, Trey 7 0 108 15.4 9 29 .310 4 19 .211 1 2 .500 Glover, Matt 18 12 415 23.1 9 46 .196 0 12 .000 23 40 .575 Montminy, Kevin 5 0 5 1.0 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 Ackerman, Pat 4 0 8 2.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 Wisniewski, Alan 3 0 3 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 TEAM

OFF DEF TOTAL AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL POINTS AVG 23 50 73 4.1 57 1 101 64 2 43 353 19.6 15 62 77 4.3 52 2 21 31 8 16 213 11.8 26 31 57 3.8 30 1 6 15 3 9 139 9.3 5 11 16 2.0 30 2 0 6 1 4 44 5.5 25 39 64 3.6 49 1 5 23 13 7 73 4.1 3 25 28 1.8 23 0 13 9 3 7 64 4.0 31 35 66 3.7 37 2 7 10 1 7 70 3.9 18 28 46 2.6 32 0 2 12 2 4 67 3.7 4 6 10 1.4 5 0 3 5 0 3 23 3.3 25 53 78 4.3 52 4 23 24 1 15 41 2.3 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 1 0.3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 29 22 51 2.8 1 4 0

TOTAL OPPONENTS

204 363 567 31.5 371 13 181 203 34 115 1087 140 430 570 31.7 293 9 245 224 84 98 1229

18 18

SCORE BY PERIODS: Penn State Opponents

387 980 .395 390 841 .464

1st 2nd Total 486 601 1087 555 674 1229

99 332 .298 143 353 .405

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Penn State Opponents

214 296 .723 306 417 .734 OFF 38 54

DEF 4 4

60.4 68.3

TOTAL 42 58

2011-12 LED PENN STATE IN POINTS 09-10 10-11 CAREER Frazier 1 25 28 Marshall - 3 3 2 Woodyard - 2 Oliver - 2 2 Lewis - 1 1 REBOUNDS 10-11 11-12 CAREER Frazier 8 7 15 9 Glover - 9 Travis - 8 8 Marshall - 7 7 Woodyard 1 5 6 Graham - 6 6 2 Borovnjak - 2 Oliver - 1 1 ASSISTS 10-11 11-12 CAREER Frazier 28 32 67 Glover 3 3 Marshall 2 2 Travis 2 2 Oliver 1 1 Lewis 1 1 Colella 1 1 Borovnjak 1 1

STEALS 10-11 11-12 CAREER Frazier 15 21 45 Marshall 5 7 12 5 Oliver 3 2 Woodyard 1 3 5 Travis - 5 5 Glover - 4 4 Graham - 3 3 2 Lewis 2 Colella 2 2 Borovnjak 2 2 BLOCKS 10-11 11-12 CAREER Oliver 4 7 11 Graham - 10 10 Marshall - 8 8 Frazier 2 4 7 Woodyard - 4 5 Borovnjak - 5 5 Travis - 3 3 Glover - 2 2 Colella - 1 1 s Junior Tim Frazier became the first Nittany Lion ever to post a top 10 season mark in scoring, assists and steals in the same season at Penn State.

2011-12 SEASON BESTS SCORING

REBOUNDING

ASSISTS

STEALS

Frazier

30, at Nebraska

Frazier

11, twice, vs. Cornell

Frazier

11, vs. Youngstown st.

Marshall

27, vs. Michigan

Glover

11, vs. Purdue

Glover

5, vs. Purdue

Woodyard

22, vs. Minnesota

Lewis

4, vs. Hartford

Oliver

21, vs. Purdue

Lewis

17, vs. Hartford

Borovnjak Travis Colella Graham

15, vs. Mississippi

Graham Oliver Marshall Travis

15, vs. Michigan

Woodyard

11, at Indiana

Boronvjak

10, twice, vs. Northwestern

10, at Wisconsin 10 , vs. LIU 9, vs. Lafayette 9, vs. Northwestern 7, six times, vs. Northwestern 7, at Duquesne

Colella Travis Marshall Oliver

3, at Iowa 3, vs. Lafayette 3, three times, vs. Northwestern 2, three times, vs. Mississippi

Lewis

4, twice, at Northwestern

Borovnjak

2, two times, vs. LIU

4, twice, vs. Northwestern

Woodyard

2, vs. Hartford

Glover

9, vs. Kentucky

Colella

Montminy

2, vs. Kentucky

Montminy

Frazier Marshall Woodyard Glover Oliver Travis Borovnjak Colella Graham Lewis

6, at Nebraska 4, at Purdue 4, vs. Hartford 3, twice, vs. Indiana 3, vs. Minnesota 3 , vs. Youngstown St. 2, twice, at Boston College 2, twice, at Iowa 2, twice, vs. Wisconsin 2, twice, at Saint Joseph’s

1, vs. Kentucky

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2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS TOTAL 3-POINT REBOUNDS OPPONENT DATE SCORE W/L FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF-DEF TOTAL PENN STATE 11/12 70-55 W 23-64 .359 10-23 .435 14-26 .538 17-23 40 HARTFORD 19-44 .432 8-26 .308 9-16 .563 6-28 34 PENN STATE 11/14 62-46 W 24-53 .453 7-25 .280 7-12 .583 15-23 38 RADFORD 16-47 .340 9-26 .346 5-8 .625 9-16 25 PENN STATE 11/16 77-68 W 27-65 .415 9-27 .333 14-18 .778 15-22 37 LONG ISLAND 17-47 .362 7-20 .350 27-35 .772 11-23 34 PENN STATE 11/19 47-85 L 18-16 .269 7-27 .259 4-12 .333 18-21 39 vs Kentucky 28-53 .528 10-20 .500 19-29 .655 10-35 45 PENN STATE 11/20 53-49 W 17-45 .378 5-20 .250 14-21 .667 11-19 30 vs. S. Florida 14-41 .341 5-20 .250 16-20 .800 11-18 29 PENN STATE 11/23 82-71 W 26-46 .565 11-22 .500 19-31 .613 11-24 35 YOUNGSTOWN ST. 24-61 .393 14-27 .519 9-9 1.000 11-15 26 PENN STATE 11/26 47-65 L 19-71 .268 7-28 .250 2-7 .286 15-23 38 @ St. Joseph’s 20-49 .408 6-16 .375 19-25 .760 7-38 45 PENN STATE 11/30 62-54 W 21-54 .388 7-24 .292 13-20 .650 12-26 38 @ Boston College 16-44 .364 8-24 .333 14-22 .636 6-23 29 PENN STATE 12/4 70-72 L 26-54 .481 6-19 .316 12-19 .632 12-22 34 MISSISSIPPI 27-59 .458 11-24 .458 7-10 .700 10-20 30 PENN STATE 12/7 57-61 L 19-58 .328 3-23 .130 16-26 .615 20-27 47 LAFAYETTE 18-47 .383 9-30 .300 16-20 .800 4-22 26 PENN STATE 12/10 59-66 L 21-49 .429 4-16 .250 13-16 .813 11-28 39 @ Duquesne 22-53 .415 5-24 .208 17-23 .739 8-20 28 PENN STATE 12/18 72-43 W 27-53 .509 8-20 .400 10-13 .769 10-23 33 MT. ST. MARY’S 17-47 .362 3-17 .176 6-9 .667 8-17 25 W 21-56 .375 10-24 .417 22-30 .733 16-24 40 PENN STATE 12/21 74-67 CORNELL 20-53 .377 11-28 .393 16-17 .941 9-24 33 PENN STATE 12/29 53-71 L 21-53 .396 4-15 .267 7-12 .583 11-21 32 @ Michigan 25-53 .472 8-25 .320 13-15 .867 8-24 32 PENN STATE 1/1 56-68 L 18-53 .340 6-19 .316 14-23 .609 18-18 36 @ Northwestern 22-40 .550 9-21 .429 15-25 .600 4-23 27 PENN STATE 1/5 65-45 W 24-45 .436 10-21 .476 7-10 .700 12-26 38 PURDUE 15-47 .319 6-23 .261 9-12 .750 6-20 26 PENN STATE 1/8 82-88 L 27-59 .458 7-23 .304 21-25 .840 9-19 28 INDIANA 24-47 .511 16-24 .667 24-32 .750 7-26 33 1/11 58-70 L 20-60 .333 3-24 .125 15-19 .789 14-20 34 PENN STATE @ Nebraska 22-40 .550 7-19 .368 19-29 .655 4-27 31 PENN STATE 1/15 66-80 L 18-60 .300 7-24 .292 23-28 .821 17-18 35 MINNESOTA 21-38 .553 5-10 .500 33-44 .750 5-28 33 PENN STATE 1/19 54-52 W 20-49 .408 4-10 .400 10-13 .769 11-20 31 ILLINOIS 17-49 .347 7-22 .318 11-13 .846 12-20 32 PENN STATE 1/22 54-73 L 17-50 .340 4-17 .235 16-23 .696 15-15 30 @ Indiana 24-45 .533 7-16 .438 18-23 .783 8-23 31 PENN STATE 1/25 54-78 L 20-64 .313 5-16 ..313 9-16 .563 13-22 35 @ Ohio State 25-50 .500 4-11 .364 24-34 .706 8-35 43 1/31 46-52 L 18-50 .360 2-10 .200 8-14 .571 12-24 36 PENN STATE WISCONSIN 17-48 .354 5-19 .263 13-19 .684 9-22 31 PENN STATE 2/4 64-77 L 25-62 .403 10-29 .345 4-7 .571 10-21 31 @ Iowa 22-48 .458 4-13 .308 29-34 .853 9-29 38 PENN STATE 2/8 57-77 L 20-52 .385 6-20 .300 11-16 .688 6-19 25 @ Michigan State 23-53 .434 8-21 .381 23-34 .676 17-27 44 2/11 67-51 W 23-44 .523 9-23 .391 12-14 .857 4-26 30 PENN STATE NEBRASKA 19-48 .396 6-20 .300 7-11 .636 4-17 21 PENN STATE 2/16 69-64 W 21-53 .396 5-17 .294 22-28 .786 13-21 34 IOWA 20-49 .408 6-18 .333 18-27 .667 12-22 34 PENN STATE 2/19 55-65 L 22-56 .393 4-18 .222 7-11 .636 8-19 27 @ Wisconsin 20-47 .426 11-22 .500 14-17 .824 10-28 38 PENN STATE 2/25 66-67 L 29-57 .509 3-14 .214 5-9 .556 12-25 37 NORTHWESTERN 22-50 .440 15-29 .517 8-12 .667 5-17 22 PENN STATE 2/29 56-80 L 22-48 .458 4-18 .222 8-10 .800 4-13 17 @ Purdue 27-47 .574 9-22 .409 17-21 .810 8-23 31 PENN STATE 3/4 65-71 L 22-55 .400 6-14 .429 15-18 .833 15-16 31 MICHIGAN 25-42 .595 10-18 .556 11-15 .733 4-19 23 PENN STATE 3/8 58-75 L 19-55 .345 8-17 .471 12-16 .750 10-19 29 vs. INDIANA (B1G) 19-52 .365 8-18 .444 29-36 .806 16-29 45

108 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

PF ASST TO BLK STL POINTS 22 12 12 1 15 70 24 13 26 6 5 55 15 11 12 4 7 62 16 9 16 3 3 46 25 17 8 5 8 77 19 11 13 2 6 68 22 9 12 3 4 47 16 19 10 8 7 85 19 5 15 1 12 53 23 4 19 2 6 49 11 15 18 3 7 82 25 15 15 5 7 71 20 11 11 3 6 47 14 17 16 12 2 65 23 7 14 2 7 62 22 10 18 5 3 54 13 16 15 1 2 70 23 14 12 4 10 72 18 14 13 1 6 57 19 15 10 3 7 61 21 13 23 3 3 59 18 15 14 3 11 66 15 14 11 3 9 72 14 6 18 3 4 43 13 10 12 5 9 72 29 14 16 4 3 67 17 6 13 1 4 53 13 15 9 3 7 71 23 11 15 0 8 56 16 13 12 5 6 68 16 16 10 1 7 65 15 10 12 5 6 45 26 13 9 3 8 82 23 17 16 3 5 88 21 5 13 3 9 58 14 14 17 6 8 70 29 7 13 2 11 66 23 13 17 7 3 80 16 14 12 5 6 54 15 14 14 3 5 52 23 5 8 2 1 54 25 10 9 6 5 73 26 7 10 2 4 54 17 16 13 8 1 78 20 9 9 2 3 46 13 7 5 6 6 52 27 12 15 2 6 64 12 16 14 5 7 77 26 11 13 3 4 57 18 16 14 3 9 77 15 13 13 2 8 67 14 11 11 2 7 51 22 11 8 3 7 69 18 13 12 7 6 64 15 8 5 2 7 55 11 14 12 2 1 65 15 15 12 0 5 66 13 15 10 6 8 67 19 10 13 0 9 56 14 21 13 2 3 80 15 8 12 1 8 65 19 10 14 5 5 71 28 8 10 8 8 58 16 11 11 2 4 75


2011-12 SEASON SUPERLATIVES

TEAM GAME HIGHS

PENN STATE

POINTS 82 INDIANA (1/8/12) 82 YOUNGSTOWN ST. (11/23/11) 77 LONG ISLAND (11/16/11) FIELD GOALS MADE 27 3 times, last vs INDIANA (1/8/12)

TEAM GAME LOWS

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

46 47 47 17

WISCONSIN (1/31/12) KENTUCKY (11/19/11) at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11) SOUTH FLORIDA (11/20/11) at Indiana (1/22/12)

FIELD GOAL ATT. FIELD GOAL % 3 PT FG MADE

71 67 .565 (26-46) .523 (23-44) .509 (27-53) 11

at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11) vs KENTUCKY (11/19/11) YOUNGSTOWN ST. (11/23/11) NEBRASKA (2/11/12) MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/18/11) YOUNGSTOWN ST. (11/23/11)

45 .268 (19-71)

SOUTH FLORIDA (11/20/11)

Frazier, Tim at Nebraska (1/11/12) Frazier, Tim vs SOUTH FLORIDA (11/20/11) Marshall, Jermaine vs MICHIGAN (3/4/12) Marshall, Jermaine vs MICHIGAN (3/4/12) Frazier, Tim at Nebraska (1/11/12) Frazier, Tim at Iowa (2/4/12) Frazier, Tim vs Indiana (B1G) (3/8/12)

3 PT FG ATT.

29

at Iowa (2/4/12)

3 PT FG %

.500 (11-22) YOUNGSTOWN ST. (11/23/11)

2 3 3 10 10 .125 (3-24) 2 7 7 .286 (2-7)

WISCONSIN (1/31/12) LAFAYETTE (12/07/11) at Nebraska (1/11/12) ILLINOIS (1/19/12) WISCONSIN (1/31/12) at Nebraska (1/11/12)

30 27 27 10 10 10 24 1.000 (7-7) 1.000 (5-5) 1.000 (5-5) 7

11 11 1.000 (3-3) .636 (7-11) 10 15

Oliver, Billy vs PURDUE (1/5/12) Colella, Nick vs NEBRASKA (2/11/12) Woodyard, Cammeron vs CORNELL(12/21/11) Oliver, Billy vs PURDUE (1/5/12) Frazier, Tim vs SOUTH FLORIDA (11/20/11) Frazier, Tim vs SOUTH FLORIDA (11/20/11)

1.000 (9-9)

Frazier, Tim at Nebraska (1/11/12)

17 25 28 5 1 0 0

at Purdue (2/29/12) at Michigan State INDIANA (1/8/12) SOUTH FLORIDA (11/20/11) at Indiana (1/22/12) at Indiana (1/22/12) at Northwestern (1/1/12) at Purdue (2/29/12)

11 11 11 11

Frazier, Tim vs Cornell (12/21/11) Frazier, Tim at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11) Glover, Matt vs PURDUE (1/5/12) Frazier, Tim vs YOUNGSTOWN St. (11/23/11)

5

at Wisconsin (2/19/12)

6 3 3 3 7

Frazier, Tim at Nebraska (1/11/12) Oliver, Billy vs MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/18/11) Graham, Jon vs LONG ISLAND (11/16/11) Marshall, Jermaine vs IILLINOIS (1/19/12) Frazier, Tim at Boston College (11-30-11)

11

YOUNGSTOWN ST. (11/23/11)

23 vs. MINNESOTA (1/15/12) FT MADE 31 YOUNGSTOWN ST.(11/23/11) FT ATT. FT % .857 (12-14) NEBRASKA (2/11/12) .840 (21-25) INDIANA (1/8/12) REBOUNDS ASSISTS

47 40 40 17

LAFAYETTE (12/07/11) CORNELL (12/21/11) HARTFORD (11/12/11) LONG ISLAND (11/16/11)

STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS

15 8 5 5 23

HARTFORD (11/12/11) vs Indiana (B1G) (3/8/12) LONG ISLAND (11/16/11) ILLINOIS (1/19/12) at Duquesne (12/10/11)

FOULS

29

MINNESOTA (1/15/12)

at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11)

at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11) at Iowa (2/4/12) at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11) at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11)

Borovnjak, Sasa vs MISSISSIPPI (12/4/11) Travis, Ross vs MICHIGAN (3/4/12) Travis, Ross vs LAFAYETTE (12/07/11) Oliver, Billy vs PURDUE (1/5/12)

OPPONENT

**Big Ten opponent record

TEAM GAME HIGHS

TEAM GAME LOWS

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

88 85

INDIANA (1/8/12) KENTUCKY (11/19/11)

Jordan Hulls, INDIANA (1/8/12) Summers,Jarvis vs MISSISSIPPI (12/4/11)

28 61 .595 (25-42) .574 (27-47) 16 15 30 .667 (16-24) .556 (10-18) .519 (14-27) 33** 44 1.000 (9-9)

KENTUCKY (11/19/11) YOUNGSTOWN St. (11/23/11) MICHIGAN (3/4/12) at Purdue (2/29/12) INDIANA (1/8/12) NORTHWESTERN (2/25/12) LAFAYETTE (12/07/11) INDIANA (1/8/12) MICHIGAN (3/4/12) YOUNGSTOWN ST. (11/23/11) MINNESOTA (1/15/12) MINNESOTA (1/15/12) YOUNGSTOWN ST. (11/23/11)

MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/18/11) RADFORD (11/14/11) PURDUE (1/5/12) SOUTH FLORIDA (11/20/11) MINNESOTA (1/15/12) PURDUE (1/5/12)

28 27

FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATT. FIELD GOAL % 3 PT FG MADE 3 PT FG ATT. 3 PT FG % FT MADE FT ATTEMPTS FT %

43 46 45 14 38 .319 (15-47) 3 10 .176 (3-17)

MINNESOTA (1/15/12) MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/18/11)

5 8 .563 (9-16)

RADFORD (11/14/11) RADFORD (11/14/11) HARTFORD (11/12/11)

REBOUNDS

45 45

at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11) vs. Indiana (B1G) (3/8/12)

ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS

21 11 12

at Purdue (2/29/12) at Duquesne (12/10/11) at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11)

26

HARTFORD (11/12/11)

NEBRASKA (2/11/12) NORTHWESTERN (2/25/12) MICHIGAN (3/4/12) SOUTH FLORIDA (11/20/11) at Saint Joseph’s (11/26/11) at Purdue (2/29/12) SOUTH FLORIDA (11/20/11) NEBRASKA (2/11/12) WISCONSIN (1/31/12)

Hardaway, Jr., Tim at Michigan (12/29/11) Hardaway, Jr., Tim at Michigan (12/29/11) Zeller, Cody at Indiana (1/22/12) Roth, Matt vs INDIANA (1/8/12) Hulls, Jordan vs INDIANA (1/8/12) Allen, Blake vs Youngstown St. (11/23/11) Allen, Blake vs Youngstown St. (11/23/11) Teague, Marquis vs KENTUCKY (11/19/11) Martin, Gerell vs LONG ISLAND (11/16/11) Hulls, Jordan vs INDIANA (1/8/12) Coleman, Joe vs MINNESOTA (1/15/12) Zeller, Cody vs Indiana (B1G) (3/8/12) Watford, Christian vs INDIANA(B1G)(3/8) Burke, Tre at Michigan (12/29/11) Roth, Matt vs INDIANA (1/8/12) Sullinger, Jared at Ohio State (1/25/12) Green, Draymond at Michigan State (2/8/12) Bruesewitz, Mike at Wisconsin (2/19/12) Delaney, Rob vs LAFAYETTE (12/07/11) Holloway,Murphy vs MISSISSIPPI (12/4/11) Sampson III, Ralph vs MINNESOTA (1/15/12)

TURNOVERS

21 22 23 4 2 2 2 2 5

11 18 .875 (7-8) .833 (5-6) 7 12 1.000 (3-3) 1.000 (3-3) .777 (7-9) 13 15 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (7-7) 1.000 (7-7) 13 12 12 9 5 5

6

Cancer, Galal vs CORNELL (12/21/11)

FOULS

29

CORNELL (12/21/11)

11

at Wisconsin (2/19/12)

POINTS

MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/18/11)

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2011-12 POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS Opponent HARTFORD RADFORD LONG ISLAND vs KENTUCKY vs SOUTH FLORIDA YOUNGSTOWN STATE at Saint Joseph’s at Boston College MISSISSIPPI LAFAYETTE at Duquesne MOUNT ST. MARY’S CORNELL at Michigan at Northwestern PURDUE INDIANA at Nebraska MINNESOTA ILLINOIS at Indiana at Ohio State WISCONSIN at Iowa at Michigan State NEBRASKA IOWA at Wisconsin NORTHWESTERN at Purdue MICHIGAN vs Indiana

3 5 10 14 20 21 23 24 25 LEWIS GLOVER MARSHALL MONTMINY COLELLA BOROVNJAK FRAZIER WOODYARD GRAHAM 17-2-4 7-6-1 DNP DNP 3-1-0 4-3-0 16-4-6 14-7-2 1-3-0 9-3-0 2-4-0 4-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 2-3-1 20-6-10 6-7-0 7-4-0 3-0-1 7-1-1 2-1-2 DNP 0-0-0 9-5-1 26-5-10 13-6-0 6-5-0 3-2-0 9-1-1 0-1-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 3-6-0 11-6-6 0-2-0 6-5-0 5-0-0 1-2-1 14-2-1 DNP DNP 0-2-0 27-6-1 1-7-0 2-2-0 12-1-1 1-5-1 8-1-0 DNP DNP 6-5-0 26-4-11 10-2-0 4-5-0 5-4-3 5-4-2 0-2-0 DNP 2-0-0 2-1-0 8-11-6 3-3-0 0-0-0 5-0-1 0-1-0 22-8-0 DNP 0-1-0 2-3-0 22-4-5 2-7-1 DNP 0-1-0 8-4-3 10-7-2 DNP DNP 15-4-0 17-6-9 10-2-1 DNP DNP 1-9-1 20-9-1 DNP 2-0-0 2-2-0 3-3-9 10-7-0 DNP 0-0-0 2-4-4 12-6-3 DNP 0-1-0 8-7-0 15-7-6 9-4-0 DNP 5-2-2 0-6-2 10-4-2 0-0-0 0-1-0 10-5-0 15-2-8 14-4-0 DNP 13-2-0 4-6-2 12-4-2 DNP DNP 4-5-0 17-11-6 13-1-0 DNP 6-2-0 0-2-0 9-4-1 DNP DNP 6-3-0 20-4-4 7-3-0 2-6-0 3-4-3 4-8-2 14-3-3 DNP DNP 6-4-0 16-5-3 11-6-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-11-5 10-5-1 0-0-0 3-3-1 8-4-0 15-5-9 DNP 4-3-0 DNP 8-5-3 20-3-1 DNP 3-3-0 3-0-0 21-3-7 2-2-0 8-3-1 0-0-0 0-2-0 2-1-0 DNP 0-1-1 8-6-0 30-6-4 3-3-0 3-2-0 DNP 4-3-0 12-5-1 0-0-0 0-0-1 1-4-0 20-1-5 22-4-0 2-5-0 DNP 7-7-1 7-5-2 DNP 0-0-0 6-1-0 12-4-9 17-4-1 1-7-1 DNP 5-6-1 8-2-0 DNP 11-2-1 1-5-1 21-3-1 6-4-0 0-1-0 DNP 2-3-0 14-6-1 DNP 5-1-1 0-5-0 16-1-4 10-3-1 2-3-0 DNP 0-5-0 13-5-1 DNP 3-1-0 0-3-0 21-4-7 5-5-1 4-5-0 DNP 0-2-2 13-4-0 DNP 10-3-3 0-4-0 23-5-5 11-6-1 4-1-0 DNP 0-2-0 12-5-0 DNP 9-0-1 6-1-0 19-5-7 6-3-1 3-4-1 DNP 0-3-0 12-3-2 0-0-0 6-3-2 3-3-0 23-10-9 14-2-0 5-5-0 DNP 3-3-4 10-7-1 0-0-0 9-1-1 4-2-0 18-3-4 13-3-0 10-6-0 DNP 0-1-2 12-1-2 DNP 3-4-0 2-0-0 20-4-4 4-2-0 9-10-0 0-0-0 0-5-1 8-7-3 DNP 2-4-1 5-0-0 23-1-8 8-7-1 10-3-0 8-1-0 2-2-1 10-3-2 0-0-0 0-2-0 8-0-0 24-5-6 DNP 4-0-1 6-3-0 4-8-1 27-8-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 11-4-5 DNP 2-0-1 11-1-2 0-3-1 9-4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-3-0 26-2-4 DNP 2-7-1

32 34 35 43 ACKERMAN WISNIEWSKI OLIVER TRAVIS 0-0-0 DNP 6-3-0 2-7-0 0-0-0 DNP 8-2-0 4-5-0 DNP DNP 9-10-2 2-2-0 0-0-0 DNP 3-6-0 10-8-2 DNP 0-0-0 3-2-1 0-4-1 DNP DNP 9-4-2 6-5-0 0-0-0 DNP 12-5-0 10-6-0 0-3-0 DNP 2-2-0 7-5-0 DNP DNP 8-4-1 2-2-0 DNP DNP 7-6-0 12-8-3 0-0-0 DNP 9-4-0 4-2-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 13-1-0 5-5-0 DNP DNP 9-5-0 2-3-0 DNP DNP 3-2-0 0-2-1 DNP DNP 2-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 21-2-0 2-2-0 DNP DNP 9-3-0 8-6-1 DNP DNP 5-4-0 7-7-0 DNP DNP 1-1-0 4-8-0 DNP DNP DNP 4-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 2-0-1 0-1-0 DNP DNP 5-8-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-4-0 DNP DNP 3-1-0 0-3-1 DNP DNP 0-1-0 2-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 4-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 2-6-1 DNP DNP DNP 5-2-0 DNP DNP DNP 10-9-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-2-0 DNP DNP DNP 15-6-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 6-7-0

2011-12 CATEGORY LEADERS POINTS

POINTS

Frazier, Tim__________ Marshall, Jermaine_____ Woodyard, Cammeron__ Travis, Ross__________ Oliver, Bily___________

32____ 602_____ 18.8 31____ 336_____ 10.8 28____ 244______8.7 32____ 142______4.4 21____ 142______6.8

Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31____ 132______ 4.3 Woodyard, Cammeron__ 28____ 114______ 4.1 Oliver, Billy___________ 21____ 103______ 4.9

FG PERCENTAGE

FG ATT____ Pct

Borovnjak, Sasa_______ 60____ 106_____ .566 Graham, Jon_________ 44_____ 97_____ .454 Travis, Ross__________ 57____ 127_____ .449

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS

G Pts Pts/G

G Att Att/G

Frazier, Tim__________ 32____ 497_____ 15.5 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31____ 294______9.5 Woodyard, Cammeron__ 28____ 221______7.9

G Att Att/G

3-POINT FGS MADE

G Made_ Made/G

Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31_____ 43 1.4 Woodyard, Cammeron__ 28_____ 42 1.5 Oliver, Billy___________ 21_____ 35 1.7

FT PERCENTAGE

FT ATT Pct

Woodyard, Cammeron__ 46_____ 57_____ .807 Frazier, Tim_________ 159____ 201_____ .791 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 65_____ 87_____ .747

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

REBOUNDS

G__ Reb Reb/G_

Frazier, Tim__________ 32____ 150______ 4.7 Travis, Ross__________ 32____ 135______ 4.2 Glover, Matt__________ 32____ 134______ 4.2

REBOUND AVERAGE

G Reb Avg/G

Frazier, Tim__________ 32____ 150______ 4.7 Travis, Ross__________ 32____ 135______ 4.2 Glover, Matt__________ 32____ 134______ 4.2

ASSISTS

G No. A/G

Frazier, Tim__________ 32____ 198______ 6.2 Glover, Matt__________ 32_____ 43______ 1.3 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31_____ 34______ 1.1

STEALS

Reb/G

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

G No. Avg/G

Frazier, Tim__________ 32____ 106______ 3.3 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31____ 102______ 3.3 Glover, Matt__________ 32_____ 92______ 2.9

BLOCKED SHOTS

G No. Blk/G

Graham, Jon_________ 26_____ 19______ 0.7 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31_____ 16______ 0.5 Oliver, Billy___________ 21_____ 11______ 0.5

MINUTES

G No. Min/G

Frazier, Tim__________ 32___ 1188_____ 37.1 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31____ 839_____ 27.1 Glover, Matt__________ 32____ 753_____ 23.5

FOULS

G Att Att/G

________________ G No. S/G

Frazier, Tim__________ 32____ 201______ 6.3 G_ Made Made/G_ Made/G Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31_____ 87______ 2.8 Frazier, Tim__________ 32____ 208______6.5 Glover, Matt__________ 32_____ 58______ 1.8 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31____ 114______3.7 Woodyard, Cammeron__ 28_____ 78______2.8 FREE THROWS MADE

Frazier, Tim__________ 32_____ 76______ 2.4 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31_____ 32______ 1.0 Glover, Matt__________ 32_____ 27______ 0.8

Frazier, Tim__________ 32_____ 94______ 2.9 Glover, Matt__________ 32_____ 88______ 2.8 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31_____ 82______ 2.6

FIELD GOALS MADE

3-POINT PERCENTAGE

3FG ATT Pct

Woodyard, Cammeron__ 42____ 114_____ .368 Lewis, Trey__________ 25_____ 72_____ .347 Oliver, Billy___________ 35____ 103_____ .340

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G Made Made/G

Frazier, Tim__________ 32____ 159______ 5.0 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31_____ 65______ 2.1 Woodyard, Cammeron__ 28_____ 46______ 1.6

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

G No. Avg/G

Travis, Ross__________ 32_____ 57______ 1.8 Woodyard, Cammeron__ 28_____ 48______ 1.7 Borovnjak, Sasa_______ 32_____ 44______ 1.4

G No. Per/G

TURNOVERS

G No. TO/G

Frazier, Tim__________ 32____ 117______ 3.7 Marshall, Jermaine_____ 31_____ 57______ 1.8 Glover, Matt__________ 32_____ 47______ 1.5


2011-12 BIG TEN SEASON RESULTS/AWARDS/STATISTICS FINAL STANDINGS Finish Team 1. Ohio State Michigan State Michigan 4. Wisconsin 5. Indiana 6. Purdue 7. Northwestern Iowa 9. Minnesota Illinois 11. Nebraska Penn State

BIG TEN W-L % 13-5 .722 13-5 .722 13-5 .722 12-6 .667 11-7 .611 10-8 .556 8-10 .444 8-10 .444 6-12 .333 6-12 .333 4-14 .222 4-14 .222

BIG TEN TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND (8) Iowa def. (9) Illinois, 64-61 (5) Indiana def. (12) Penn State, 75-58 (10) Minnesota def. (7) Northwestern, 75-68 OT

(6) Purdue def. (11) Nebraska, 79-61 QUARTERFINALS (1) Michigan St. def. (8) Iowa, 92-75 (4) Wisconsin def. (5) Indiana, 79-71 (2) Michigan def. (10) Minnesota, 73-69 OT (3) Ohio State def. (6) Purdue, 88-71 SEMIFINALS (1) Michigan St. def. (4) Wisconsin, 65-52 (3) Ohio State def. (2) Michigan, 77-55 FINAL (1) Michigan St. def. (3) Ohio State, 68-64

NCAA TOURNAMENT Second Round (4) Indiana def. (13) New Mexico St., 79-66 (2) Ohio State def. (15) Loyola Md., 78-59 (4) Wisconsin def. (13) Montana, 73-49 (13) Ohio def. (4) Michigan, 65-60 (1) Michigan St. def. (16) LIU, 89-67 (10) Purdue def. (7) St. Mary’s (CA), 72-69 Third Round (2) Ohio State def. (7) Gonzaga, 73-66 (4) Indiana def. (12) VCU, 63-61 (4) Wisconsin def. (5) Vanderbilt, 60-57 (1) Michigan St. def. (9) Saint Louis, 65-61 (2) Kansas def. (10) Purdue, 63-60 Regional Semifinals (1) Kentucky def. (4) Indiana, 102-90 (4) Louisville def. (1) Michigan St., 57-44 (2) Ohio State def. (6) Cincinnati, 81-66 (1) Syracuse def. (4) Wisconsin, 64-63 Regional FINALS (2) Ohio State def. (1) Syracuse, 77-70 FINAL FOUR Semifinals (2) Kansas def. (2) Ohio State, 64-62

NIT FIRST ROUND (7) Iowa def. (2) Dayton, 84-75 (4) Northwestern def. (5) Akron, 76-74 (6) Minnesota def. (3) La Salle, 70-61 SECOND ROUND (1) Washington def. (4) Northwestern, 76-55 (3) Oregon def. (7) Iowa, 108-97 (6) Minnesota def. (2) Miami (Fla.), 78-60

OVERALL W-L % vs. Top 25 31-8 .795 8-7 29-8 .784 8-6 24-10 .706 5-5 26-10 .722 5-8 27-9 .750 4-6 22-13 .629 2-10 19-14 .576 1-7 18-17 .514 4-4 22-14 .611 1-8 17-15 .531 3-6 12-18 .400 1-7 12-20 .387 1-10

QUARTERFINALS (6) Minnesota def. (4) M. Tennesee, 78-72 SEMIFINALS (6) Minnesota def. (1) Washington, 68-67 OT FINAL (3) Stanford def. (6) Minnesota, 75-51

BIG TEN HONORS (c-coaches; m=media)

AWARD WINNERS n PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Draymond Green, Michigan St. (c, m) n DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Aaron Craft, Ohio State (c) n Freshman OF THE YEAR: Cody Zeller, Indiana (c) Trey Burke, Michigan (m) n Sixth Man OF THE YEAR: D.J. Byrd, Purdue (c) n Coach OF THE YEAR: Tom Izzo, Michigan State (c, m)

All-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM n Tim Frazier, Penn State (m) n Draymond Green, Michigan St. (c, m) n John Shurna, Northwestern (c, m) n Jared Sullinger, Ohio State (c, m) n Robbie Hummel, Purdue (c, m) n Jordan Taylor, Wisconsin (c)

All-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM n Tim Frazier, Penn State (c) n Cody Zeller, Indiana (c, m) n Trey Burke, Michigan (c, m) n William Buford, Ohio State (c, m) n Deshaun Thomas, Ohio State (c) n Jordan Taylor, Wisconsin (m) n Matt Gatens, Iowa (m)

All-BIG TEN THIRD TEAM n Brandon Paul, Illinois (c) n Matt Gatens, Iowa (c) n Tim Hardaway, Jr., Michigan (c, m) n Keith Appling, Michigan St. (c, m) n Drew Crawford, Northwestern (c, m) n Aaron Craft, Ohio State (m) n Deshaun Thomas, Ohio State (m)

All-BIG TEN HM n Meyers Leonard, Illinois (c, m) n Christain Watford, Indiana (c, m) n Aaron Craft, Ohio State (c) n Lewis Jackson, Purdue (c, m) n Jared Berggren, Wisconsin (c, m) n Ryan Evans, Wisconsin (c, m) n Brandon Paul, Illinois (m) n Jordan Hulls, Indiana (m) n Victor Oladipo, Indiana (m) n Aaron White, Iowa (m) n Zack Novak, Michigan (m) n Branden Dawson, Michigan St. (m) n D.J. Byrd, Purdue (m)

All-BIG TEN FRESHMAN TEAM n Cody Zeller, Indiana n Trey Burke, Michigan n Aaron White, Iowa n Branden Dawson, Michigan State n Dave Sobolewski, Northwestern

All-BIG TEN DEFENSIVE TEAM n Tim Frazier, Penn State n Draymond Green, Michigan State n Victor Oladipo, Indiana n Josh Gasser, Wisconsin n Aaron Craft, Ohio State

STATISTICAL RANKINGS

FINAL REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL

SCORING: OVERALL Tim Frazier 2nd, 18.8 Jermaine Marshall 25th, 10.8 REBOUNDING: FIELD GOAL %: ASSISTS 1st, 6.2 Tim Frazier FREE THROW %: Tim Frazier 7th, 79.1 3-PT %: BLOCKED SHOTS: Jon Graham 14th, 0.7 STEALS: Tim Frazier 2nd, 2.4 3-POINTERS MADE: ASSIST TO TURNOVER: Tim Frazier 9th, 1.7 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS: 12th, 1.8 Ross Travis Cammeron Woodyard 14th, 1.7 Jon Graham 15th, 1.7 DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS: MINUTES PLAYED: 2nd, 37.1 Tim Frazier

TEAM RANKINGS

SCORING OFFENSE: SCORING DEFENSE: SCORING MARGIN: FREE THROW %: FIELD GOAL%: FIELD GOAL% DEFENSE: 3PT FIELD GOAL%: 3PT FIELD GOAL% DEFENSE: REBOUNDING OFFENSE: REBOUNDING DEFENSE: REBOUNDING MARGIN: ASSISTS: BLOCKED SHOTS: STEALS: ASSIST TO TURNOVER: 3PT FIELD GOALS MADE: TURNOVER MARGIN: DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS: OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS:

11th, 61.8 8th, 65.8 11th, -4.0 11th, 68.6 12th, 39.3 8th, 43.4 11th, 31.1 12th, 38.2 6th, 33.9 9th, 32.0 6th, +1.9 12th, 10.8 11th, 2.4 5th, 6.8 12th, 0.9 7th, 6.3 6th, +1.5 11th, 21.5 1st, 12.4

Big Ten 2nd, 19.6 19th, 11.8

1st, 5.6 3rd, 87.4

1st, 2.4

8th, 1.6 12th, 1.7 11th, 1.7

2nd, 38.0

11th, 60.4 8th, 68.3 11th, -7.9 5th, 72.3 12th, 39.5 10th, 46.4 11th, 29.8 12th, 40.5 7th, 31.5 5th, 31.7 6th, -0.2 12th, 10.1 11th, 1.9 5th, 6.4 11th, 0.9 8th, 5.5 4th, +1.2 10th, 20.2 2nd, 11.3

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 111


PENN PENN PENNSTATE STATE STATELEADERS LEADERS LEADERS Scoring Scoring ScoringLeader: Scoring Leader: Leader: Leader:Lewis Brooks Brooks Brooks (17) (18) (18) (18) Rebounding Rebounding ReboundingLeader: Rebounding Leader: Leader: Leader: Woodyard/Travis Brooks Brooks Brooks(9) (9) (9) (7) Assist Assist AssistLeader: Assist Leader: Leader: Leader:Frazier Battle Battle Battle(5) (6)) (5) (5)

PENN PENN STATE STATE 70 70 LEHIGH LEHIGH 68 HARTFORD 68 55 Nov. Nov. Nov.12 12 12@ 12, @ @ 2011 University University University @ University Park, Park, Park,Pa. Pa. Pa. Park, Pa.

Freshman Trey Lewis led Penn State with 17 points, 14 in the second half, in his first career game as the Lions extended a 10-point halftime lead (32-22) to as much as 26 with 2:21 to play. Tim Frazier added 16 points and Cammeron Woodyard posted career highs in points (14), rebounds (7), threes (4) and steals (4). Frazier’s career-best five steals led a 15 steal effort for the Lions, the most by a PSU team since 2001, and helped cause 26 Hartford turnovers, the most for a PSU opponent since 2005. Penn State shot just 36 percent but turned 17 offensive rebounds into a 20-2 edge in second chance points and got 20 more shots (64-44) than Hartford, which was led by 12 points from Wes Cole. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Hartford vs Penn State 11/12/11 4:30 p.m. at State College, Pa. Hartford 55 • 0-2 ## 21 50 11 15 32 00 01 04 13 43 44

Player

Genesis Maciel Jamie Schneck Andres Torres Yolonzo Moore II Clayton Brothers Wes Cole Mark Nwakamma Corban Wroe Ryan Baker Nate Sikma Oren Faulk Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-17 4-12 2-4

f f g g g

47.1% 33.3% 50.0%

21 35 43 03 23 05 20 24 25 32

Player

Borovnjak, Sasa Oliver, Billy Travis, Ross Lewis, Trey Frazier, Tim Glover, Matt Colella, Nick Woodyard, Cammeron Graham, Jon Ackerman, Pat Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-32 5-11 9-17

3-9 2-2 3-4 1-4 0-3 4-11 2-3 3-4 0-0 1-4 0-0

2-7 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-2 4-11 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

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

19-44

8-26

9-16

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 70 • 1-0 ##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

f f f g g

28.1% 45.5% 52.9%

11-27 4-14 7-12

40.7% 28.6% 58.3%

2-2 2-4 1-3 7-13 4-11 2-8 1-4 4-13 0-6 0-0

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

0-2 1-1 0-0 0-1 8-9 2-7 0-0 2-4 1-2 0-0

23-64

10-23

14-26

14-32 5-12 5-9

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 6

Game: Game: Game:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Rebounds Off Def Tot

43.8% 41.7% 55.6%

3 4 0 2 6 3 4 1 0 3 0 2 28

19-44 8-26 9-16

3 4 0 2 7 3 4 4 0 4 0 3 34

Game: Game: Game:

1 3 4 1 4 3 1 5 0 0 1 23

23-64 10-23 14-26

TP

3 2 4 3 4 1 3 0 0 3 1

8 4 7 6 0 12 8 7 0 3 0

24

3 3 7 2 4 6 1 7 3 0 4 40

55

A

TO

1 0 2 1 4 2 0 0 0 3 0

1 3 5 5 4 2 3 2 0 0 1

13

Blk

0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0

26

Stl

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0

6

5

Min

25 20 25 28 30 24 21 12 2 12 1

1st

22 32

55 70

33 38

2 4 5 2 4 1 0 2 2 0

4 6 2 17 16 7 3 14 1 0

22

70

A

TO

0 0 0 4 6 1 0 2 0 0

1 0 1 2 4 1 1 0 2 1

13

Blk

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

13

1

Stl

0 1 0 2 5 2 1 4 0 0

15

Min

25 20 13 31 28 31 14 27 9 2

200

In Paint 22 22

Off T/O 15 21

2nd Chance 2 20

Fast Break 9 7

Bench 30 25

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (26) Rebounding Leader: Oliver (10) Assist Leader: Frazier (10)

03 15 23 04 11 21 22 32 34

OLASEWERE, Jamal BOYD, Julian GARNER, C.J. BRICKMAN, Jason CULPO, Michael MARTIN, Gerell THOMPSON, Brandon MAYORGA, Arnold ODOCH OPONG,Robinso ONYECHI, Kenny JOSEPH, Kurt Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-23 4-12 14-19

f f g g g

39.1% 33.3% 73.7%

Penn State 77 • 3-0 ## 21 35 03 23 24 05 11 20 25 43

Player

Borovnjak, Sasa Oliver, Billy Lewis, Trey Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Colella, Nick Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

13-33 3-11 7-9

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

1-9 5-10 4-7 0-5 4-11 3-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

17-47

7-20

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

f f g g g

39.4% 27.3% 77.8%

8-24 3-8 13-16

4-8 3-10 1-5 9-18 4-9 2-4 0-4 0-0 3-5 1-2

0-0 3-8 1-2 3-4 1-6 1-3 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1

27-65

9-27

14-32 6-16 7-9

FT-FTA

7-10 5-6 2-3 2-2 4-6 4-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0

27-35

33.3% 37.5% 81.3%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

1st

36 36

2nd

32 41

20 00 02 12 24 33 35

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-26 5-14 1-1

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Oliver, Billy Lewis, Trey Frazier, Tim Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Montminy, Kevin Colella, Nick Graham, Jon Ackerman, Pat Travis, Ross Team Totals

21 24 35 03 23 05 11 14 20 25 32 43

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

11-28 1-9 6-8

0-0 0-0 4-8 1-7 2-5 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 1-1

16-47

26.9% 35.7% 100.0%

Player

##

1-2 0-1 6-15 4-12 2-6 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-4 0-0 2-3

f f f g g

1-4 2-6 3-11 2-5 9-14 1-3 1-1 0-0 0-0 3-5 0-0 2-4

0-0 2-5 2-10 2-5 0-0 0-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 9

Game: Game: Game:

FT-FTA

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

7-25

13-25 6-16 1-4

Rebounds Off Def Tot

5-8

42.9% 33.3% 57.1%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

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

9-26 9-21 4-12 4-7

24-53

39.3% 11.1% 75.0%

FT-FTA

7-12

52.0% 37.5% 25.0%

2 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 11

Game: Game: Game:

FT-FTA

1-2 0-0 0-0 5-6 4-4 2-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1

14-18

43.8% 37.5% 77.8%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

3 2 3 3 4 3 1 1 1 0 0 2 23

17-47 7-20 27-35

5 4 3 4 7 3 1 1 1 1 0 4 34

2 0 2 2 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 16

2 0 3 2 4 2 3 0 0 0 1 8 25

16-47 9-26 5-8

Game: Game: Game:

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

16

46

9

16

3

3

200

4 2 1 1 4 3 1 0 0 0 0

5 0 16 9 6 3 0 0 1 0 6

1 0 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 4 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 1

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

34.0% 34.6% 62.5%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 15

PF

1 5 2 1 4 3 0 0 0 1 0 4 2 23

3 7 2 3 6 4 0 0 1 4 0 5 3 38

24-53 7-25 7-12

19 24 32 34 35 14 15 3 12 0+ 12

Deadball Rebounds 1

PF

TP

2 6 8 9 20 2 4 0 0 7 0 4

A

1 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

15

62

11

12

4

7

199

1 2 3 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 2

0 1 1 2 3 2 2 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 0

45.3% 28.0% 58.3%

14 26 27 23 34 22 10 2 2 20 1 18

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

Game: Game: Game:

2 5 0 4 6 0 0 0 2 2 1 22

27-65 9-27 14-18

TP

4 3 2 2 0 0 3 1 0 4 0

9 15 11 2 15 13 1 0 0 2 0

19

68

5 10 0 5 6 1 1 0 5 2 2 37

Total

68 77

Last FG - LIU 2nd-08:22, PSU 2nd-01:31. Largest lead - LIU by 4 1st-18:44, PSU by 11 2nd-01:00.

112 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

Points LIU PSU

1st

20 29

Total

2nd

46 62

26 33

In Paint 14 26

Points RAD PSU

Off T/O 9 18

2nd Chance 10 15

Fast Break 0 2

Bench 10 17

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 1 time.

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (11) Rebounding Leader: Travis (8) Assist Leader: Frazier (6)

Penn State missed 25 straight shots over 11 minutes of the first half and hit just 16 percent in the first stanza vs. a Kentucky team that was shooting 68 percent midway through the first 20 and raced to a 47-15 halftime lead. Penn State hit just 27 percent for the game, including 7-of-27 from three, and 4-of-12 from the foul line and trailed by as much as 41 midway through the second half. Tim Frazier led Penn State with 11 points and six assists and added six boards, but went 4-of-14 from the floor and 3-of-9 from the line. Freshman Ross Travis had career highs of 10 points, all in the second half, and eight rebounds. Doron Lamb led UK with 26 points and Kyle Wiltjer put in 19 off the bench as Kentucky shot 53 percent and 10-of-20 from three. The 38-point loss marked the Lions’ largest since falling by 43 at Illinois in 2004. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs KENTUCKY 11/19/11 12:00pm at Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun Arena)

A

2 0 3 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0

11

TO

2 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

13

Blk

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Stl

2 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

2

6

36.2% 35.0% 77.1%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

3 5 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 0 1 15

PF

Score by periods RADFORD Penn State

Nov. 19, 2011 @ Uncasville, Conn.

Min

30 30 32 32 33 12 9 7 3 12 0+

200

Deadball Rebounds 4,1

Penn State 47 • 3-1 ## 21 35 03 23 24 05 11 14 20 25 32 43

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player Borovnjak, Sasa Oliver, Billy Lewis, Trey Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Montminy, Kevin Colella, Nick Graham, Jon Ackerman, Pat Travis, Ross Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

6-37 1-15 2-9

16.2% 6.7% 22.2%

f f g g g

1-5 1-5 1-9 4-14 0-6 3-5 0-4 1-1 0-2 3-6 0-0 4-10

0-0 1-4 1-6 0-1 0-3 3-4 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-5

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

18-67

7-27

4-12

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

12-30 6-12 2-3

40.0% 50.0% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

5 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 3 0 2 0 18

Game: Game: Game:

1 3 1 5 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 6 0 21 18-67 7-27 4-12

6 6 2 6 2 1 1 1 1 5 0 8 0 39

PF

TP

A

Stl

Min

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

3 3 3 11 0 9 0 2 0 6 0 10

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

TO Blk

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

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1

17 16 20 36 18 21 17 1 9 19 1 25

22

47

9

12

3

4

200

26.9% 25.9% 33.3%

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

KENTUCKY 85 • 3-0 PF

TP

5 1 3 3 2 4 3 0 2 1 1 25

A

9 9 3 26 13 7 2 0 6 2

1 2 1 10 0 1 2 0 0 0

77

17

TO

0 1 0 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 8

Blk

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1

Stl

5

41.5% 33.3% 77.8%

2 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 8

Min

16 37 15 35 35 19 19 1 13 10

200

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

Officials: Mike Eades, Gene Steratore, Steve McJunkins Technical fouls: Long Island-None. Penn State-TEAM. Attendance: 5258 Score by periods Long Island Penn State

10

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

#2/2 KENTUCKY 85 PENN STATE 47

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Long Island vs Penn State 11/16/11 7:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

Player

04

f f g g g

Last FG - RAD 2nd-00:07, PSU 2nd-00:19. Largest lead - RAD by 6 1st-16:31, PSU by 22 2nd-03:55.

Trailing 60-56 with 8:22 to play and threatened for the first time on the year, Penn State responded with a 16-4 run to seize control and outscored LIU 21-8 the rest of the way to improve to 3-0. Tim Frazier was again spectacular posting his second-straight double-double with a career-best 26 points and career-best equaling 10 assists. Senior Cam Woodyard added 13 points and six boards and scored seven straight midway through the second half to steady the Penn State ship. Billy Oliver had a careerhigh 10 rebounds and nine points, including two big threes late. The Lions held LIU to 36% shooting, but LIU hit 27-of-35 at the foul line for a 13-point advantage at the charity stripe. Julian Boyd (15) and Michael Culpo (15) led LIU. Penn State shot 41.5% and 9-of-27 from three.

42

41

Deadball Rebounds 7,2

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

Nov. 16, 2011 @ University Park, Pa.

01

EDWARDS, Johnathan CERRAH, Tolga SMITH, Jareal PRICE, R.J. SMITH, Chance MITCHELL, Daniel GREEN, Javonte DICKERSON, Allen DARDEN, Brian NOREEN, Kyle WINEGARNER, Lukas Team Totals

Penn State 62 • 2-0 TP

35.9% 43.5% 53.8%

Points HARTFO PSU

PENN STATE 77 LONG ISLAND 68

##

Player

23

Deadball Rebounds 1,1

PF

Last FG - HARTFORD 2nd-00:57, PSU 2nd-03:30. Largest lead - HARTFORD by 5 1st-17:39, PSU by 26 2nd-02:21.

Long Island 68 • 0-3

RADFORD 46 • 2-1 ##

Officials: Lamont Simpson, Terry Oglesby, Gerald Williams Technical fouls: RADFORD-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 4916

Total

2nd

Junior Tim Frazier posted his second career double-double and equaled a career high in assists as he led Penn State with 20 points and 10 assists and added six rebounds and three steals. Frazier was the only Lion in double-figures. Penn State used a 14-0 run and an 8:25 Radford drought to come from 11-5 down to a 19-11 lead in the first half and would never trail again. Leading 29-20 at the half, Penn State got three straight treys from Billy Oliver, Trey Lewis and Cam Woodyard to push its lead to 16. Penn State led by double-digits the rest of the way and by as much as 22. Radford shot just 26.9 percent in the first half and 34 percent for the game and was led by 16 points from Jareal Smith who scored the Highlanders’ first 11 points of the game.

200

Officials: Ed Hightower, Larry Scirotto, Ron Tyburski Technical fouls: Hartford-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 4152 Score by periods Hartford Penn State

Nov. 14, 2011 @ University Park, Pa.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics RADFORD vs Penn State 11/14/11 7:02pm at University Park, Pa.

43.2% 30.8% 56.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 0 3 1 0 3 0 2 3 0 3 17

PF

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (20) Rebounding Leader: Woodyard (7) Assist Leader: Frazier (10)

PENN STATE 62 RADFORD 46

In Paint 18 34

Off T/O 10 15

2nd Chance 9 16

Fast Break 2 6

Score tied - 9 times. Lead changed - 11 times.

Bench 16 17

## 14 23 03 20 25 01 05 13 30 32 33

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player Kidd-Gilchrist, M. Davis, Anthony Jones, Terrence Lamb, Doron Teague, Marquis Miller, Darius Polson, Jarrod Malone, Sam Vargas, Eloy Long, Brian Wiltjer, Kyle Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 15-28 3FG % 1st Half: 6-10 FT % 1st Half: 11-15

53.6% 60.0% 73.3%

f f g g g

4-5 1-2 6-8 8-13 3-6 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 6-12

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

0-0 1-4 2-4 7-7 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 2-4 5-6

28-53

10-20

19-29

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

13-25 4-10 8-14

Officials: Bob Adams, Gary Tracy, Kevin Ferguson Technical fouls: Penn State-None. KENTUCKY-None. Attendance: 2011 Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament Score by periods Penn State KENTUCKY

1st

2nd

Total

15 47

32 38

47 85

52.0% 40.0% 57.1%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 10

Game: Game: Game:

2 4 8 3 1 3 3 0 7 0 1 3 35 28-53 10-20 19-29

3 6 9 4 1 4 3 0 8 1 2 4 45

PF

TP

A

Stl

Min

3 1 2 1 3 2 0 0 1 0 3

9 3 15 26 9 0 1 0 1 2 19

0 2 5 2 2 4 0 0 1 0 3

1 0 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 0 1

1 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

19 23 24 28 23 24 10 4 13 4 28

16

85

19

10

8

7

200

52.8% 50.0% 65.5%

TO Blk

Deadball Rebounds 3,1


PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Battle (26) Rebounding Leader: Brooks (9) Assist Leader: Frazier (6)

PENN STATE 53 SOUTH FLORIDA 49 Nov. 20, 2011 @ Uncasville, Conn.

Nov. 23, 2011 @ University Park, Pa.

Trailing 43-38 with 5:07 to play, Penn State employed a trapping 1-2-2 press to create a pair of turnovers and reel of a 12-1 run to seize a 50-44 lead after a Billy Oliver top of the key three with 3:03 left. USF got back within three, 50-47, with 1:47 to go but would get no closer. Tim Frazier led Penn State with a career-high 27 points, 19 in the second half. Jermaine Marshall sparked PSU with eight first half points on his way to 14. The Lions shot 52 percent in the second half after both teams struggled at less than 30 percent shooting in the first. Penn State logged 12 steals, led by three each from Frazier and Marshall, and caused 19 USF turnovers. Victor Rudd, Jr. entered the game leading USF averaging 16.5 ppg but was held to just four on 2-of-10 shooting.

Penn State shot 60 percent from the floor and 7-of-10 from three in the first half to roll to as much as a 21-point first half leading before holding off a hot-shooting YSU team in the second half. The Penguins shot 10-of-15 from three in the second half to get within nine three times, but would get no closer as Penn State hit a season-best 56.5 percent from the floor and 11-of-22 (50%) from three. Tim Frazier logged eight first half assists on his way to a career-high 11 and his third double-double of the season as he led all scorers with 26 points on 8-of-11 from the floor. Penn State got to the foul line 31 times (hitting 19) and got 30 points off its bench, led by 12 on 3-of-5 from three from freshman Trey Lewis. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Youngstown State vs Penn State 11/23/11 7:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics SOUTH FLORIDA vs Penn State 11/20/11 2:30pm at Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun Arena)

Youngstown State 71 • 3-1

SOUTH FLORIDA 49 • 3-2 ##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player ANDERSON Jr, Ron RUDD Jr., Victor DORITY, LaVonte GILCHRIST, Augustus ROBERTSON, Hugh NASH, Blake NORIEGA, Shaun FITZPATRICK, Toarlyn Team Totals

01 02 03 24 34 15 22 32

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

4-15 1-5 8-10

* * * * *

26.7% 20.0% 80.0%

1-1 2-10 1-3 0-4 1-4 5-9 0-2 4-8

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

4-5 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-3 1-2 5-5 2-2

14-41

5-20

16-20

2nd half: 10-26 2nd half: 4-15 2nd half: 8-10

38.5% 26.7% 80.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

4 0 4 4 2 2 4 4 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 4 4 4 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 2 4 6 10 4 0 2 2 11 18 29 23

6 4 3 2 4 14 5 11

0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0

2 4 3 0 4 3 0 3

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1

49

4 19

2

6 200

Game: 14-41 Game: 5-20 Game: 16-20

34.1% 25.0% 80.0%

Min

31 33 15 13 26 25 28 29

05 21 23 24 35 03 11 25 34 43

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player Glover, Matt Borovnjak, Sasa Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Oliver, Billy Lewis, Trey Marshall, Jermaine Graham, Jon Wisniewski, Alan Travis, Ross Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

5-22 1-12 6-8

* * * * *

22.7% 8.3% 75.0%

0-2 0-0 8-15 0-5 1-4 2-4 5-9 1-3 0-0 0-3

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

1-2 0-0 10-15 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

17-45

5-20

14-21

2nd half: 12-23 2nd half: 4-8 2nd half: 8-13

52.2% 50.0% 61.5%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 0 27 1 3 5 14 2 0 0

1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1

53

0 4 4 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 5 15

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

1 1 3 2 0 0 3 0 0 2

1st

2nd

Total

17 17

32 36

49 53

27 24 38 24 28 15 19 11 0 14

37.8% 25.0% 66.7%

35 05 23 24 03 11 20 25 32 43

BOROVNJAK, Sasa OLIVER, Billy GLOVER, Matt FRAZIER, Tim WOODYARD, Cammeron LEWIS, Trey MARSHALL, Jermaine COLELLA, Nick GRAHAM, Jon ACKERMAN, Pat TRAVIS, Ross Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

4-38 2-15 0-3

f f g g g

10.5% 13.3% 0.0%

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Billy Oliver (12) Rebounding Leader: Frazier (11) Assist Leader: Frazier (6)

Saint Joseph's 65 • 4-2 ## 11 21 01 10 35 00 13 22 24 25 32

Player

QUARLES, Daryus KANACEVIC, Halil AIKEN, C.J. GALLOWAY, Langston JONES, Carl MASCHMEYER, Evan ROBERTS, Ronald TREVISAN, Taylor WILSON, Chris HESS, Ryan NDAO, Papa Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

12-27 4-10 5-6

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

1-1 4-13 2-6 4-19 1-6 2-10 0-4 0-0 0-2 0-1 5-9

0-0 4-10 1-4 0-3 1-3 1-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

19-71

7-28

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

f f c g g

44.4% 40.0% 83.3%

15-33 5-13 2-4

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

0-0 0-1 2-3 2-5 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2

20-49

6-16

8-22 2-6 14-19

FT-FTA

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

2-7

45.5% 38.5% 50.0%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

1st

10 33

Last FG - PSU 2nd-00:04, SJU 2nd-00:56. Largest lead - PSU None, SJU by 28 2nd-18:25.

2nd

37 32

Total

47 65

05 14 22 25

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

10-32 4-12 2-2

Borovnjak, Sasa Oliver, Billy Glover, Matt Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Lewis, Trey Marshall, Jermaine Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Team Totals

21 35 05 23 24 03 11 25 43

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

15-25 7-10 7-10

3-7 3-11 9-16 6-16 2-8 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0

24-61

31.3% 33.3% 100.0%

Player

##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

f f g g g

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

14-27

9-9

14-29 10-15 7-7

48.3% 66.7% 100.0%

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

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

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

2-4 3-4 1-2 8-11 0-0 1-1 2-4 0-0 2-5

11-22

19-31

11-21 4-12 12-21

52.4% 33.3% 57.1%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 11

Game: Game: Game:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

26-46

60.0% 70.0% 70.0%

0-0 0-1 7-12 5-8 1-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

2 2 3 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 15

5 2 5 1 5 0 1 1 0 1 5 26

24-61 14-27 9-9

Game: Game: Game:

4 3 4 2 2 1 1 3 3 1 24

TP

5 4 4 2 3 0 1 2 0 3 1 25

8 6 25 23 5 0 4 0 0 0

71

A TO Blk

1 1 3 3 3 1 3 0 0 0

4 1 3 4 2 0 0 0 0 1

2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

15

15

5

Stl

Min

7

200

3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

39.3% 51.9% 100.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

1 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 11

PF

5 4 5 4 2 1 1 5 5 3 35

26-46 11-22 19-31

20 33 40 38 32 2 11 15 2 7

Deadball Rebounds 2

PF

TP

6 9 1 26 10 12 8 4 6

0 2 1 11 0 1 0 0 0

0 2 0 2 3 2 3 3 3

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

11

82

15

18

3

1 2 2 0 0 1 2 1 2

A TO Blk

Stl

Min

7

200

0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 3

56.5% 50.0% 61.3%

14 26 23 38 16 25 18 18 22

Deadball Rebounds 6

Game: Game: Game:

FT-FTA

2-2 2-2 0-0 5-7 3-4 1-2 4-6 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0

1 5 4 11 3 4 2 0 0 0 6 2 38

Game: Game: Game:

71 82

45 38

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier & Marshall (22) Rebounding Leader: Marshall (8) Assist Leader: Frazier (5)

Nov. 30, 2011 @ Chestnutt Hill, Mass.

Penn State got 44 points on a combined 15-28 shooting from Tim Frazier and Jermaine Marshall to overcome a 39 percent shooting night and win at Boston College, 62-54. Frazier scored 20 of his 22 points in the second half, his fifth 20-point game of the season, and Marshall logged career highs with 22 points, 15 in the first half, and eight rebounds. The Lions used a 1-2-2 press to force 18 B.C. turnovers and held the Eagles to 36 percent shooting, 27 percent in the second half. The Lions trailed 29-26 at the half after starting 1-of-9 from the floor and trailing 12-4 early. A 10-0 run put PSU in front briefly. Trailing 45-42 with 9:43 to play, PSU held B.C. without a field goal for nine minutes down the stretch and built a nine-point lead in the closing seconds.

5 2 8 6 4 0 4 0 3 1 1 4 38

20-49 6-16 19-25

Penn State 62 • 6-2 PF

TP

2 5 1 3 0 3 1 0 2 0 3

2 12 5 8 3 5 0 2 0 0 10

20

47

A

0 0 2 6 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

11

TO

1 0 1 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 2

11

Blk

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Stl

0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

3

6

26.8% 25.0% 28.6%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

19-25

36.4% 33.3% 73.7%

1 4 1 8 2 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 23

19-71 7-28 2-7

1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 7

Total

2nd

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Boston College 11-30-11 7:15 PM at Chestnut Hill, MA (Conte Forum)

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 1 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 2 15

1st

26 44

PENN STATE 62 BOSTON COLLEGE 54

6 5 8 7 4 0 5 0 3 1 1 5 45

Min

11 28 22 37 25 31 5 2 9 2 28

200

Deadball Rebounds 3

Points PSU SJU

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

35

Oliver, Billy Travis, Ross Lewis, Trey Glover, Matt Frazier, Tim Marshall, Jermaine Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Ackerman, Pat Team Totals

43 03 05 23 11 20 21 24 32

FG % 1st Half: 11-30 3FG % 1st Half: 4-14 FT % 1st Half: 0-2

36.7% 28.6% 0.0%

f f g g g

1-2 3-9 2-6 0-1 7-12 8-16 0-1 0-1 0-5 0-1

0-1 0-3 1-4 0-1 3-5 3-6 0-1 0-0 0-3 0-0

0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 5-6 3-4 0-0 2-6 2-2 0-0

21-54

7-24

13-20

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

10-24 3-10 13-18

41.7% 30.0% 72.2%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

PF

TP

A

Stl

Min

1 1 2 4 1 4 5 3 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 4 3 1 4 4 0 8 8 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 3 1 3 4 7 1 0 3 3 2 2 2 4 12 26 38 23

2 7 5 0 22 22 0 2 2 0

0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 1 0

3 0 1 1 7 1 0 0 0 1

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 1 0 3 1 0 2 0 0

15 23 21 19 29 35 6 25 23 4

62

7 14

2

7

200

Game: Game: Game:

21-54 7-24 13-20

TO Blk

38.9% 29.2% 65.0%

Deadball Rebounds 4,1

Boston College 54 • 2-5

PF

TP

1 4 0 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 2

6 6 14 17 9 1 8 2 2 0 0

14

65

A

1 4 2 2 4 0 0 0 3 1 0

17

TO

0 3 1 1 3 1 2 1 3 0 1

16

Blk

1 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Stl

12

40.8% 37.5% 76.0%

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

Min

24 24 30 26 32 7 24 2 22 2 7

200

Deadball Rebounds 5,1

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Player

12

Anderson, Ryan Caudill, KC Moton, Gabe Humphrey, Matt Heckmann, Patrick Cahill, John Odio, Eddie Daniels, Jordan Jackson, Lonnie Clifford, Dennis Rubin, Danny Team Totals

05 01 14 33 02 04 10 20 24 31

FG % 1st Half: 10-22 3FG % 1st Half: 4-13 FT % 1st Half: 5-9

45.5% 30.8% 55.6%

f c g g g

1-9 3-3 2-5 4-11 1-6 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-0 0-0 16-44

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

1-2 0-0 1-3 2-8 0-3 2-3 0-0 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-1 5-6 5-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 3-4 0-0

8-24

14-22

6-22 4-11 9-13

27.3% 36.4% 69.2%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

PF

TP

A

0 6 6 3 0 3 3 3 0 2 2 2 1 3 4 4 1 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 2 5 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 23 29 22

3 6 10 15 3 6 0 0 8 3 0

2 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Game: Game: Game:

16-44 8-24 14-22

TO Blk

Stl

Min

2 2 0 5 2 2 0 0 2 3 0

1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

26 13 36 28 20 26 8 0+ 20 22 1

54 10 18

5

3

200

36.4% 33.3% 63.6%

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

Officials: Mike Eades, James Luckie, Raymond Styon Technical fouls: Penn State-None. Boston College-None. Attendance: 4326 ACC-Big Ten Challenge

Officials: Lamar Simpson, D.J. Carstensen, Jim Burr Technical fouls: Penn State-TRAVIS, Ross. Saint Joseph's-JONES, Carl. Attendance: 4200 Score by periods Penn State Saint Joseph's

04

Deadball Rebounds 5

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Saint Joseph's 11/26/11 3:30 p.m. at Hagan Arena, Philadelphia, PA

Player

20

1 12 200

Penn State suffered through an 0-for-16 start and never recovered, trailing 22-0 before getting on the board for the first time nearly nine minutes into the game. The Lions struggled shooting just 4-of-38 in the first half and trailed 33-10 at the half. St. Joe’s hit 7-of-9 to start to leap to a 22-0 lead before Tim Frazier fed Ross Travis for a dunk at 11:25. PSU’s would hold St. Joe’s to just one point over then next nine minutes, but the Lions got just one basket over that stretch, a three from Billy Oliver, and trailed 23-5. PSU got within 16 late in the second after warming up to 45 percent in the second half, but got no closer. The Lions finished shooting 27 percent and had 12 shots blocked. A career-high 12 points on a career-best four threes from Oliver led PSU.

21

03

Score by periods Youngstown State Penn State

Nov. 26, 2011 @ Philadelphia, Pa.

##

01

f f g g g

Officials: Mike Kitts, Ray Perone, Donnie Eppley Technical fouls: Youngstown State-TEAM. Penn State-None. Attendance: 4461

SAINT JOSEPH’S 65 PENN STATE 47

Penn State 47 • 5-2

23

Min

Officials: Paul Faia, John Gaffney, Ken Clark Technical fouls: SOUTH FLORIDA-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: Score by periods SOUTH FLORIDA Penn State

EARGLE, Damian BROOKS, DuShawn ALLEN, Blake PERRY, Kendrick WARD, Ashen AMIKER, Shawn PERRY, Nate CHOJNACKI, Josh ZUIKER, Cale LARSON, Fletcher Team Totals

21

Penn State 82 • 5-1 PF

0 2 2 3 0 2 2 2 2 4 6 3 3 4 7 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 3 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 2 2 1 3 11 19 30 19

Game: 17-45 Game: 5-20 Game: 14-21

Player

##

Deadball Rebounds 1,1

Penn State 53 • 4-1 ##

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (26) Rebounding Leader: Four with (5) Assist Leader: Frazier (11)

PENN STATE 82 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 71

In Paint 22 22

Off T/O 18 11

2nd Chance 6 3

Fast Break 13 4

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

Bench 17 13

Score by periods Penn State Boston College

1st

2nd

Total

26 29

36 25

62 54

Last FG - PSU 2nd-00:48, BC 2nd-00:21. Largest lead - PSU by 9 2nd-00:27, BC by 8 1st-14:23.

Points PSU BC

In Paint 18 16

Off T/O 14 14

2nd Chance 4 5

Fast Break 2 2

Bench 26 17

Score tied - 4 times. Lead changed - 9 times.

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 113


PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier 17 Rebounding Leader: Marshall 7 Assist Leader: Frazier (9)

OLE MISS 72 PENN STATE 70 Dec. 4, 2011 @ University Park, Pa.

Dec. 7, 2011 @ University Park, Pa.

Penn State won the rebounding battle (34-30), got 25 points off its bench, including a career-high 15 from Sasa Borovnjak and got off to a good first half start, shooting 52 percent, but couldn’t overcome an unusually hot shooting Rebel team or make the plays down the stretch to win. The game saw nine ties and nine lead changes with neither team leading by more than eight. Ole Miss hit 11-of-24 (46%) from three led by a career-best 27 points on 4-of-5 from three from freshman Jarvis Summers. Tim Frazier had 17 points and nine assists for PSU, which led for nearly all of the final 17 minutes before a Summers three-point play gave the Rebels the final margin. Cam Woodyard missed a baseline three that would have given PSU the win. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Mississippi vs Penn State 12/4/11 6:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

Mississippi 72 • 7-1

Player

##

Henry,Terrance Buckner,Reginald Holloway,Murphy Williams,Nick Summers,Jarvis Cox,Demarco Nelson,Dundrecous Aniefiok,Maurice Jones,Aaron Team Totals

01 23 31 20 32 04 05 12 34

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

13-31 6-11 3-4

f f f g g

41.9% 54.5% 75.0%

Player

Oliver, Billy Travis, Ross Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Lewis, Trey Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Team Totals

35 43 05 11 23 03 21 24

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

14-27 3-10 3-6

3-6 1-3 4-7 4-9 10-16 0-1 5-14 0-3 0-0

2-3 0-0 0-0 2-4 4-5 0-0 3-10 0-2 0-0

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

27-59

11-24

7-10

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 70 • 6-3 ##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

f f g g g

51.9% 30.0% 50.0%

14-28 5-13 4-6

50.0% 38.5% 66.7%

2-5 1-6 3-6 4-7 5-13 0-0 7-7 4-10

1-3 0-1 2-4 1-3 0-3 0-0 0-0 2-5

3-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 7-10 0-0 1-1 0-1

26-54

6-19

12-19

12-27 3-9 9-13

0 0 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 10

Game: Game: Game:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Rebounds Off Def Tot

44.4% 33.3% 69.2%

2 2 6 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 20

2 2 11 2 4 1 3 1 1 3 30

27-59 11-24 7-10

3 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 2 12

Game: Game: Game:

1 1 3 7 3 1 3 1 2 22

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics LAFAYETT vs Penn State 12/07/11 7:00 PM at University Park, Pa.

TP

5 4 2 2 4 2 3 1 0

A

9 2 10 10 27 0 14 0 0

23

72

TO

1 1 3 5 3 0 1 0 0

2 2 3 2 2 0 1 0 0

14

12

Blk

0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4

Stl

0 0 5 3 1 0 1 0 0

10

45.8% 45.8% 70.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

4 2 4 7 6 1 4 2 4 34

26-54 6-19 12-19

Min

21 28 34 33 36 6 22 8 12

1st

2nd

35 34

37 36

Total

72 70

TP

3 0 2 3 2 1 2 0

A

8 2 8 10 17 0 15 10

13

70

TO

1 0 3 2 9 0 0 1

2 1 1 4 5 0 1 1

16

15

Blk

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Stl

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

1

2

Min

32 21 20 30 39 5 27 26

12 21 32 05 20 22 23 33

Willen, Ryan Pelham, J.D. Hinrichs, Seth Mower, Jim Delaney, Rob Ptasinski, Joey Trist, Dan Flannigan, Alan Smith, Les Petkovich, Nick Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

Deadball Rebounds 2,1

In Paint 28 32

Off T/O 17 8

2nd Chance 6 13

Fast Break 6 6

## 35 43 05 11 23 20 21 24

200

Bench 14 25

Score tied - 9 times. Lead changed - 9 times.

12-28 7-17 6-7

f c g g g

Penn State committed a season-high 23 turnovers and gave up a 32-29 halftime lead falling at Duquesne 66-59. Penn State saw the Dukes shoot 52 percent in the second half and use a 16-3 run to go from down two, 39-37, at the 16-minute mark to an 11-point lead, 53-42, with 10:18 to play. Penn State would get no closer than five the rest of the way. The Dukes logged 11 steals and scored 22 points off turnovers. Penn State won the rebounding battle, 39-28, but hit just 4-of-16 from three. Tim Frazier posted 15 points and Jermaine Marshall 12 for the Lions. Eric Evans went 9-of-11 at the foul line and scored 15 second half points on his way to a game-high 20 for the Dukes. Penn State led for much of the first half in a game with 10 ties and nine lead changes.

35 43 05 23 03 20 21 24 32

Player

Marshall, Jermaine Oliver, Billy Travis, Ross Glover, Matt Frazier, Tim Lewis, Trey Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Ackerman, Pat Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

12-26 2-10 6-8

f f f g g

46.2% 20.0% 75.0%

23 33 03 20 32 00 01 05 22 34

Player

MONTEIRO, B.J. ABELE, Martins EVANS, Eric McCONNELL, T.J. JOHNSON, Sean MARHOLD, Andre TALLEY, Mike JONES, Jerry PANTOPHLET, Kadeem DATT, Mamadou Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-26 3-16 10-14

5-13 4-9 1-2 0-0 4-9 0-1 0-1 4-6 3-8 0-0

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

21-49

4-16

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Duquesne 66 • 6-4 ##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

f c g g g

30.8% 18.8% 71.4%

9-23 2-6 7-8

0-1 0-0 2-2 2-2 7-8 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0

13-16

39.1% 33.3% 87.5%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

2-6 1-2 5-9 2-6 4-11 1-2 0-4 5-7 1-3 1-3

0-2 0-0 1-4 1-5 2-6 0-0 0-3 1-2 0-2 0-0

22-53

5-24

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

FT-FTA

14-27 2-8 7-9

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 3 11

Game: Game: Game:

FT-FTA

2-3 0-0 9-11 2-3 0-0 0-1 1-2 3-3 0-0 0-0

21-49 4-16 13-16

6 4 2 4 7 0 1 7 4 0 4 39

3 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 8

Game: Game: Game:

6 0 1 4 1 1 2 3 0 1 1 20

22-53 5-24 17-23

PF

TP

3 4 2 5 1 3 0 0 3 0

12 9 4 2 15 0 0 8 9 0

21

9 0 2 4 1 2 2 4 1 1 2 28

59

A

3 0 0 4 6 0 0 0 0 0

13

TO

4 4 2 3 3 1 1 2 3 0

23

Blk

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

Stl

1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

3

3

Min

38 20 9 23 40 8 5 21 32 4

Score by periods LAFAYETT Penn State

6 2 20 7 10 2 1 14 2 2

18

1st

32 29

2nd

27 37

Total

59 66

Last FG - PSU 2nd-00:40, DUQ 2nd-01:19. Largest lead - PSU by 5 1st-00:22, DUQ by 11 2nd-10:18.

114 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

3-23 8-28 2-10 7-9

1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4

Game: Game: Game:

FT-FTA

0-0 1-7 1-2 9-11 3-4 0-0 0-0 2-2

16-26

28.6% 20.0% 77.8%

1st

0 2 4 2 2 1 1 1 0 7 2 22

1 2 5 2 2 1 2 1 0 8 2 26

18-47 9-30 16-20

3 4 3 2 1 0 1 4 2 20

Game: Game: Game:

3 4 6 7 2 0 1 3 1 27

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

19

61

15

10

3

7

200

4 2 3 0 2 2 3 0 0 3

3 0 14 14 2 7 8 0 0 13

2 0 2 1 9 0 0 0 1 0

4 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

38.3% 30.0% 80.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

6 8 9 9 3 0 2 7 3 47

19-58 3-23 16-26

Total

2nd

37 32

61 57

24 25

26 9 25 34 36 22 13 7 4 24

Deadball Rebounds 2

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

18

57

14

13

1

6

200

4 2 2 4 4 2 0 0

7 12 1 20 3 2 2 10

0 3 1 1 9 0 0 0

1 0 3 3 5 0 1 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 3 2 0 0 0

32.8% 13.0% 61.5%

Points LAFAYET PSU

32 25 27 32 34 8 13 29

Deadball Rebounds 7

In Paint 10 28

Off T/O 6 13

2nd Chance 0 15

Fast Break 0 7

Bench 28 14

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 1 time.

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (15) Rebounding Leader: Glover (6) Assist Leader: Frazier (8)

PENN STATE 72 MT. ST. MARY’S 43 Dec. 18, 2011 @ University Park. Pa.

After holding a slim 28-25 halftime lead following a sluggish first half, Penn State hit 9 of its first 11 from the floor and shot a season high 66.7 percent in the second half to post its largest margin of victory on the season, 72-43, over Mount St. Mary’s. The Lions opened the second half with a 9-0 run and then posted a 22-2 spurt midway through to put the game away. MSM scored just 18 second half points while shooting 35 percent. The Lions turned 18 MSM turnovers into 28 points. A season-high five Lions scored in double-digits led by Tim Frazier’s 15 points and eight assists. Cam Woodyard (14) and Billy Oliver (13) posted career highs. The Lions shot 51 percent for the game and led by as many as 31 points.

## 21 42 12 13 23 11 15 20 24 34 35

200

66

A

2 0 2 8 0 0 2 1 0 0

15

TO

0 1 1 4 4 1 2 0 0 1

14

Blk

2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

Stl

0 0 4 3 1 0 1 2 0 0

11

41.5% 20.8% 73.9%

Min

35 3 25 33 19 17 21 23 11 13

200

Deadball Rebounds 1

Officials: John Hughes, Tracey Woodson, Brian Dorsey Technical fouls: Penn State-None. Duquesne-None. Attendance: 7046 Next Up: Duquesne @ Western Michigan 12/17;Penn ST.vs Mt. St.Mary's 12/18 Score by periods Penn State Duquesne

19-58

Player

PARKER, Kelvin THOMPSON, Danny CASTELLANOS, Josh KRAJINA, Kristijan NORFLEET, Julian HOLLEY, Chad BROWN, Oliver KENNY, Dan WELLS, Jacolby BROWN, Aaron BARBER, Raven Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

10-27 3-12 2-2

f f g g g

## 35 43 05 11 23 03 14 20 21 24 32 34

Player

Oliver, Billy Travis, Ross Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Lewis, Trey Montminy, Kevin Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Ackerman, Pat Wisniewski, Alan Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-26 3-10 7-10

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

2-7 1-5 0-4 1-4 2-7 4-7 1-1 0-2 2-2 0-0 4-8

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

17-47

37.0% 25.0% 100.0%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 72 • 7-5 TP

2 3 1 2 2 2 1 2 0 3

1-5 1-1 0-2 1-4 0-5 0-3 0-0 0-3

Rebounds Off Def Tot

16-20

31.6% 15.4% 76.9%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

3-7 5-5 0-6 5-13 0-12 1-4 1-4 4-7

1-2 0-0 2-3 8-9 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2

Officials: Jim Burr, Tim Clougherty, Jim Schipper Technical fouls: LAFAYETT-TEAM. Penn State-Travis, Ross. Attendance: 5462 Lafayette charged with technical foul with 10 seconds remaining for calling a timeout without having a timeout.

Deadball Rebounds 0

PF

9-30

6-19 2-13 10-13

FT-FTA

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Mount St. Mary's vs Penn State 12/18/11 4:00 p.m. at State College, Pa.

42.9% 25.0% 81.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

17-23

51.9% 25.0% 77.8%

4 3 1 4 7 0 1 5 2 0 1 28

0-1 0-0 4-9 0-3 0-4 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-10

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Mount St. Mary's 43 • 1-9

Penn State 59 • 6-5

11

f f g g g

36.7% 7.7% 52.9%

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Duquesne 12/10/11 7:00 pm at Pittsburgh, Pa. / Palumbo Ctr.

##

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Oliver, Billy Travis, Ross Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Team Totals 11-30 1-13 9-17

1-3 0-0 4-9 3-8 0-7 3-6 3-3 0-0 0-0 4-11

18-47 42.9% 41.2% 85.7%

Player

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

Last FG - LAFAYETT 2nd-03:17, PSU 2nd-02:12. Largest lead - LAFAYETT by 10 2nd-11:40, PSU by 7 1st-18:01.

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Tim Frazier (15) Rebound Leader: Frazier & Borovnjak (7) Assist Leader: Frazier (6)

Dec. 10, 2011 @ Pittsburgh, Pa.

44

Player

Penn State 57 • 6-4 PF

Last FG - MISS 2nd-00:34, PSU 2nd-00:46. Largest lead - MISS by 6 1st-08:30, PSU by 8 2nd-13:26.

DUQUESNE 66 PENN STATE 59

13

Deadball Rebounds 2,1

48.1% 31.6% 63.2%

Points MISS PSU

##

200

Officials: Mike Kitts, Ted Valentine, Bert Smith Technical fouls: Mississippi-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 6001 Score by periods Mississippi Penn State

Penn State hit just 3-of-23 from three and 33 percent from the floor in falling to the Dukes who hit 9-of-30 threes and 16-of-20 at the foul line. The Lions almost managed to pull out a win by dominating the boards, 47-26, and pulling down 20 offensive rebounds, but shot just 28 percent in the second half and saw leading scorer Tim Frazier go 0-of-12 for three points. Jermaine Marshall posted a game-high 20 points and career-best nine boards. Ross Travis added career highs of 12 points and eight boards. Penn State jumped to an early 7-0 lead, but trailed 37-32 at the half and by as many as eight with 14:04 to play. The Dukes led the final 30 minutes of the game. Penn State got within two four times in the final four minutes, but could not tie the game.

LAFAYETT 61 • 4-5 PF

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Marshall (20) Rebounding Leader: Marshall & Glover (9) Assist Leader: Frazier (9)

LAFAYETTE 61 PENN STATE 57

f f g g g

4-5 2-4 0-4 3-7 5-13 2-4 0-0 0-1 5-5 6-10 0-0 0-0

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

8-20

18-27 5-10 3-3

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 8

6-9

35.0% 0.0% 57.1%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

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

3-17 7-20 0-5 4-7

27-53

34.6% 30.0% 70.0%

FT-FTA

Game: Game: Game:

FT-FTA

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

10-13

66.7% 50.0% 100.0%

2 8 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 17

4 9 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 5 2 25

17-47 3-17 6-9

Game: Game: Game:

1 3 5 4 2 2 0 1 3 0 1 0 1 23

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

14

43

6

18

3

4

200

1 4 2 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 1

4 2 0 2 5 10 2 0 7 0 11

1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 3 2 3 3 0 0 1 0 4

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

36.2% 17.6% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 1 10

PF

1 5 6 4 2 2 0 1 5 4 1 0 2 33

27-53 8-20 10-13

33 26 22 18 33 25 3 3 15 1 21

Deadball Rebounds 2,1

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

15

72

14

11

3

9

200

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

13 5 0 10 15 5 0 0 10 14 0 0

0 0 2 2 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 0

3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

50.9% 40.0% 76.9%

2 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

20 14 29 31 38 18 1 2 24 20 3 0+

Deadball Rebounds 1

Officials: Ted Valentine, John Gaffney, Frank Spencer Technical fouls: Mount St. Mary's-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 7202 Points PSU DUQ

In Paint 30 34

Off T/O 10 22

2nd Chance 14 7

Fast Break 10 16

Score tied - 10 times. Lead changed - 9 times.

Bench 17 21

Score by periods Mount St. Mary's Penn State

1st

25 28

2nd

18 44

Total

43 72

Last FG - MOUNT 2nd-01:24, PSU 2nd-01:01. Largest lead - MOUNT by 4 1st-17:29, PSU by 31 2nd-03:41.

Points MOUNT PSU

In Paint 20 32

Off T/O 12 28

2nd Chance 10 10

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

Fast Break 2 9

Bench 30 29


PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (17) Rebounding Leader: Frazier (11) Assist Leader: Frazier (6)

PENN STATE 74 CORNELL 67 Dec. 21, 2011 @ University Park, Pa.

Dec. 29, 2011 @ Ann Arbor, Mich.

Penn State hit 7-of-14 from three in the second half to turn a 31-30 halftime deficit into a 72-67 victory over Cornell behind Tim Frazier’s fourth double-double of the season. Frazier posted a team-high 17 points and a career-best equaling 11 rebounds. Four Lions reached double-figures, including 13 from Trey Lewis and Cammeron Woodyard (who went 3-of-3 from three in the second half) off the bench, part of a season-high 30-point bench output for the Lions. Cornell led for much of the first half. Penn State used a 9-0 run to seize the lead in the second. Cornell tied the game at 64 with 1:54 to play. Jermaine Marshall scored four straight to reclaim the lead. Drew Ferry hit 6-of-11 from three for 20 points for Cornell. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Cornell vs Penn State 12/21/11 7:30 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

Cornell 67 • 4-6 ## 32 34 01 03 15 04 11 12 21 23 24 33 50 55

Miller, Shonn Figini, Josh Cancer, Galal Wroblewski, Chris Ferry, Drew LaMore, Dave Groebe, Max Scelfo, Dominick McMillan, Peter Gray, Johnathan Cherry, Devin Tarwater, Dwight Giddens, Deion Chemerinski, Eitan Team Totals 9-27 5-15 8-9

f f g g g

35 43 05 11 23 03 21 24

4-11 0-1 3-5 2-6 7-15 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-8 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State vs Michigan 12/29/11 7:30 PM at Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, MI

3-6 0-0 0-0 2-4 6-11 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

11-28

11-26 6-13 8-8

FT-FTA

4-4 3-3 4-5 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Rebounds Off Def Tot

3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 9

16-17

42.3% 46.2% 100.0%

Game: Game: Game:

8 0 3 4 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 24

20-53 11-28 16-17

11 0 3 4 6 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 33

PF

TP

5 4 2 5 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 4 1 29

15 3 10 8 20 4 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 0

67

A

2 0 7 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

14

TO

1 0 6 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3

16

Blk

1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Stl

2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4

3

37.7% 39.3% 94.1%

Min

36 12 23 29 38 13 5 1 0+ 20 4 3 10 6

200

Deadball Rebounds 1

##

Oliver, Billy Travis, Ross Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Lewis, Trey Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Team Totals 9-29 3-10 9-13

f f g g g

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

3-8 1-2 2-7 2-9 4-12 4-6 2-7 3-5

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

21-56

31.0% 30.0% 69.2%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

10-24

12-27 7-14 13-17

FT-FTA

0-0 0-0 0-0 8-11 9-13 1-2 0-0 4-4

22-30

44.4% 50.0% 76.5%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

05 11 23 24 03 21 25 43

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

3 1 1 2 3 1 4 0 1 16

Game: Game: Game:

2 2 5 2 8 1 1 1 2 24

21-56 10-24 22-30

5 3 6 4 11 2 5 1 3 40

TP

2 1 1 3 3 2 1 0

9 2 4 12 17 13 4 13

13

74

A

0 0 2 2 6 0 0 0

10

TO

0 0 1 3 5 1 1 1

12

Blk

1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0

Stl

0 1 3 2 1 1 1 0

5

9

37.5% 41.7% 73.3%

Min

27 9 25 27 39 27 22 24

200

Deadball Rebounds 3

Officials: Tom O'Neill, Eric Curry, Bo Boroski Technical fouls: Cornell-TEAM. Penn State-None. Attendance: 4414 Score by periods Cornell Penn State

1st

Total

2nd

31 30

67 74

36 44

In Paint 14 18

Points COR PSU

Last FG - COR 2nd-00:22, PSU 2nd-00:35. Largest lead - COR by 8 1st-09:53, PSU by 7 2nd-12:13.

Off T/O 5 16

2nd Chance 13 19

Fast Break 8 9

Bench 11 30

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (16) Rebounding Leader: Glover (8) Assist Leader: Three with 3

Jan. 1, 2012 @ Evanston, Ill.

Player

35

Oliver, Billy Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Glover, Matt Borovnjak, Sasa Graham, Jon Lewis, Trey Travis, Ross Team Totals

11 23 24 5 21 25 3 43

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-31 3-11 7-10

25.8% 27.3% 70.0%

0-0 5-14 5-11 3-13 2-5 2-4 0-1 1-5 0-0

0-0 3-8 0-2 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0

2-4 1-4 6-9 3-4 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

18-53

6-19

14-23

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

10-22 3-8 7-13

45.5% 37.5% 53.8%

TP

A

1 1 2 5 0 3 3 2 3 2 5 3 2 4 6 1 4 4 8 5 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 3 0 0 0 2 3 1 4 18 18 36 23

2 14 16 11 4 6 0 3 0

0 3 3 0 2 0 0 3 0

18-53 6-19 14-23

TO Blk

Stl

Min

18 31 35 28 28 22 6 27 5

1 5 4 0 2 1 0 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0

56 11 15

0

8 200

34.0% 31.6% 60.9%

52 00 03 10 01 13 22

FG % 1st Half: 14-32 3FG % 1st Half: 3-15 FT % 1st Half: 5-5

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

1

Crawford, Drew Shurna, John Mirkovic, Luka Hearn, Reggie Sobolewski, Dave Cobb, JerShon Curletti, Davide Marcotullio, Alex Team Totals

24 12 11 3 23 30 4

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-19 3-11 6-9

36.8% 27.3% 66.7%

f f c g g

7-9 5-10 1-2 0-1 7-12 0-2 0-0 2-4

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

5-6 5-5 2-7 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-2 0-0

22-40

9-21

15-25

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

15-21 6-10 9-16

71.4% 60.0% 56.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

TP

A

21 17 4 0 20 0 0 6

3 2 1 1 2 0 2 2

22-40 9-21 15-25

TO Blk

Stl

Min

2 3 1 2 0 3 1 0

1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0

0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0

40 38 22 12 40 10 18 20

68 13 12

5

6 200

55.0% 42.9% 60.0%

Deadball Rebounds 5

Officials: Tom O'Neill, Scott Thornley, Larry Scirotto Technical fouls: Penn State-None. Northwestern-None. Attendance: 5389 . Drew Crawford - passed 1000 career point threshold in 2nd half. Score by periods Penn State Northwestern

f f g g g

43.8% 20.0% 100.0

1st

2nd

Total

26 23

30 45

56 68

Score by periods Penn State Michigan

Last FG - PSU 2nd-01:45, NU 2nd-04:51. Largest lead - PSU by 4 1st-15:53, NU by 13 2nd-04:51.

In Paint 22 27

A TO Blk Stl

3 0 9 20 7 6 6 2 0

0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1

0 2 3 5 2 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

53

6 13

1

4 200

39.6% 26.7% 58.3%

Min

26 14 22 35 28 29 14 14 18

Deadball Rebounds 2

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

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

25-53

8-25

13-15

52.4% 50.0% 80.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

3 7 10 3 3 0 3 2 0 4 4 3 0 5 5 1 0 3 3 1 1 2 3 2 0 2 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 8 24 32 13

10 2 7 13 26 7 6 0

2 0 4 7 2 0 0 0

Game: 25-53 Game: 8-25 Game: 13-15

3 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 9

71 15

Min

1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0

3

7 200

47.2% 32.0% 86.7%

35 25 36 36 35 19 10 4

Deadball Rebounds 1

1st

2nd

Total

22 36

31 35

53 71

In Paint 26 26

Points PSU MICH

Off T/O 8 16

2nd Chance 13 8

Fast Break 0 6

Bench 14 13

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Oliver (21) Rebounding Leader: Glover (11) Assist Leader: Frazier (9)

Penn State dominated for 40 minutes, jumping to an early 17-6 lead and never trailing. The Lions took a 14-point lead to the half after holding Purdue to 25% shooting in the first 20 minutes. The Lions dominated the rebounding 38-26, held Purdue to a season low 45 points on 32% shooting and led by as many as 22 in the second half. Billy Oliver scored a career-high 21 points on a career-best 7-of-11 from three while Tim Frazier added 15 points and nine assists and Matt Glover pulled down a careerbest 11 rebounds. Purdue surged out of halftime cutting the Lion lead to four, 36-32, with 15:15 to play. Penn State scored the next seven points, including a three from Oliver and jumper from Frazier to push the lead back to 11. The Lions would lead by double-digits the rest of the way.

## 04 34 12 23 24 00 01 14 21 30 32 50

Player

Hummel, Robbie Lawson, Jacob Barlow, Kelsey Jackson, Lewis Smith, Ryne Johnson, Terone Johnson, Anthony Anthrop, Dru Byrd, D.J. Beshears, Neal Hart, John Carroll, Travis Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

## 25

6-24 3-13 3-4

f f g g g

35 05 11 23 03 14 20 21 32 34 43

Graham, Jon Oliver, Billy Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Lewis, Trey Montminy, Kevin Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Ackerman, Pat Wisniewski, Alan Travis, Ross Team Totals

Off T/O 14 18

2nd Chance 11 4

Fast Break 4 3

Score tied - 9 times. Lead changed - 9 times.

12-32 6-13 2-2

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

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

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

15-47 25.0% 23.1% 75.0%

Player

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

Points PSU NU

TP

Game: 21-53 Game: 4-15 Game: 7-12

3-7 1-4 3-6 3-10 11-18 2-6 2-2 0-0

2nd half: 11-21 2nd half: 5-10 2nd half: 8-10

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 65 • 9-7, 1-2 PF

1 2 3 1 2 6 8 2 0 11 11 1 0 0 0 3 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 1 1 2 4 23 27 16

Game: Game: Game:

PF

0 2 2 4 1 1 2 2 0 4 4 4 1 3 4 3 2 1 3 0 0 2 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 5 6 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 11 21 32 17

Officials: Mike Kitts, Mike Eades, Eric Curry Technical fouls: Penn State-None. Michigan-None. Attendance: 12751

Deadball Rebounds 4

Northwestern 68 • 11-3, 1-1 ##

7-12

44.8% 25.0% 50.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Purdue vs Penn State 1/5/12 8:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

PF

Game: Game: Game:

4-15

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Smotrycz, Evan Morgan, Jordan Novak, Zack Burke, Trey Hardaway Jr, Tim Douglass, Stu Vogrich, Matt McLimans, Blake Team Totals

Purdue 45 • 12-4, 2-1

f g g g g

21-53

Jan. 5, 2012 @ University Park, Pa.

Penn State 56 • 8-7, 0-2 Rebounds Off Def Tot

0-0 0-2 1-1 4-6 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

2nd half: 13-29 2nd half: 2-8 2nd half: 3-6

Player

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Northwestern 01/01/12 6:00 p.m. at Evanston, Ill. (Welsh-Ryan Arena)

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

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

PENN STATE 65 PURDUE 45

Penn State led 26-23 at the half despite shooting just 26% in the first 20 minutes, but saw Northwestern hit 10 of its first 11 in the second half and torch the nets at 71% in the second 20 minutes to run away with a 68-56 victory. The win snapped a six-game Lion win streak over Northwestern. The game was tied at 40 with 13:13 to play when NU went on an 8-0 run sparked by a pair of threes. The Wildcats would out-score Penn State 23-10 over the next 10 minutes to take a 63-50 lead with 4:51 to play. The game had seen nine ties and nine lead changes to that point. Penn State got no closer than nine the rest of the way. Tim Frazier led Penn State with 16 points. The Lions shot 34% and had 15 turnovers. Drew Crawford (21) and Dave Sobolewski (20) paced NU.

##

33.3% 28.6% 66.7%

1-3 0-2 3-4 8-18 2-6 3-9 3-4 1-3 0-4

Last FG - PSU 2nd-01:58, MICH 2nd-00:58. Largest lead - PSU by 3 1st-16:46, MICH by 22 2nd-13:49.

Score tied - 7 times. Lead changed - 7 times.

NORTHWESTERN 68 PENN STATE 56

8-24 2-7 4-6

f g g g g

Michigan 71 • 11-2 (1-0)

23

PF

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player Oliver, Billy Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Lewis, Trey Borovnjak, Sasa Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Team Totals

35

##

Player

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

20-53 33.3% 33.3% 88.9%

Penn State 74 • 8-5 ##

Michigan followed an early 9-0 run with an 8-0 spurt to open up a 10-point lead midway through the first half. Penn State was within six, 23-17, with 6:34 to play in the first when Michigan closed the half on a 13-5 run pushing its lead to 36-22 at the half and eventually to as many as 22 points in the second in the Big Ten opener for both teams. Tim Hardaway, Jr., scored a game-high 26 points on 11-of-18 shooting. Tim Frazier led Penn State with his sixth 20-point game of the season (20), but was the only Lion in double-figures as Penn State shot 33 percent in the first half and 39 percent for the game. Michigan hit 5-of-10 from three in the second half and 47 percent for the game while getting 16 points off 13 Lion turnovers. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State 53 • 8-6 (0-1)

Player

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Tim Frazier (20) Rebounding Leader: Graham (6) Assist Leader: Frazier (4)

#18/16 MICHIGAN 71 PENN STATE 53

f f g g g

2-4 7-11 0-3 3-7 7-20 0-0 0-1 1-4 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-1

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

0-0 7-11 0-1 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

10-21

12-23 4-8 5-8

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

Rebounds Off Def Tot

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

9-12

39.1% 30.0% 75.0%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

24-55 37.5% 46.2% 100.0%

6-23 9-23 3-10 6-8

FT-FTA

Game: Game: Game:

FT-FTA

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

7-10

52.2% 50.0% 62.5%

5 1 2 0 3 2 0 0 3 0 1 2 1 20

15-47 6-23 9-12

5 2 2 1 4 3 0 0 3 0 1 4 1 26

Game: Game: Game:

1 2 7 5 2 0 0 3 3 0 0 2 1 26

24-55 10-21 7-10

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

15

45

10

12

5

6

200

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

14 0 8 0 5 4 0 0 12 0 0 2

1 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1

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

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

31.9% 26.1% 75.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 12

PF

3 2 11 5 5 0 0 3 4 0 0 2 3 38

30 11 30 22 33 18 8 1 23 1 8 15

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

16

65

16

10

1

7

200

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

4 21 2 10 15 0 0 3 8 0 0 2

0 0 5 1 9 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

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

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

43.6% 47.6% 70.0%

0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

21 25 28 34 38 1 1 17 18 1 1 15

Deadball Rebounds 1

Officials: Ed Corbett, Ray Perone, Jim Schipper Technical fouls: Purdue-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 5081 Bench 9 6

Score by periods Purdue Penn State

1st

18 32

Last FG - PUR 2nd-00:38, PSU 2nd-01:52. Largest lead - PUR None, PSU by 22 2nd-01:52.

2nd

27 33

Total

45 65

Points PUR PSU

In Paint 8 26

Off T/O 10 14

2nd Chance 6 10

Fast Break 3 9

Bench 18 13

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 115


PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (21) Rebounding Leader: Travis (6) Assist Leader: Frazier (7)

#12/12 INDIANA 88 PENN STATE 82 Jan. 8, 2011 @ University Park, Pa.

Jan. 11, 2012 @ Lincoln, Neb.

Penn State withstood a near Big Ten record barrage of Indiana threes and 66.7% shooting from the arc by the Hoosiers to get within two points three times in the final minute before IU escaped with an 88-82 victory. Indiana hit 16-of-24 from three, one off the Big Ten record, and hit seven straight threes in the first half, but the Lions battled back from double-digit deficits on four occasions to cut the lead to five points or less. The Lions produced their highest scoring total in Big Ten play since 2010 getting 21 points and seven assists from Tim Frazier and 20 points from Jermaine Marshall. Jordan Hulls hit 7-of-9 from three for a career-high 28 and Matt Roth downed 5-of-6 for 22 points. Penn State trailed by five at the half and 84-82 with 21 seconds to play. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Indiana vs Penn State 1/8/12 12:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

02 40 01 04 12 11 23 25 30 32

Player

Watford, Christian Zeller, Cody Hulls, Jordan Oladipo, Victor Jones III, Verdell Moore, Daniel Abell, Remy Pritchard, Tom Roth, Matt Elston, Derek Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

f f g g g

13-28 8-12 8-10

46.4% 66.7% 80.0%

25 35 05 11 23 20 21 24 43

Player

Graham, Jon Oliver, Billy Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Travis, Ross Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

14-29 2-8 7-9

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

2-10 4-5 7-11 2-8 1-2 0-0 2-3 1-1 5-6 0-1

2-3 0-0 7-9 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 5-6 0-0

4-4 2-3 7-9 1-4 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-7 0-0

24-47

16-24

24-32

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 82 • 9-8, 1-3 ##

Penn State hung close for most of the first half despite shooting just 29 percent in the first 20 minutes, but saw Nebraska open a double-digit lead with 6:26 to play in the half and trailed 34-22 at the break. The Lions would never get the lead under 10 the rest of the way despite a career-high 30 points and six steals from Tim Frazier who shot 10-of-16 in the game. The rest of the Lions went 10-of-44 as Penn State hit just 33 percent from the floor and a season-low 3-of-24 (12.5%) from three. Nebraska shot 60 percent in the second half, including 5-of-8 from three, on its way to 55 percent shooting in the game. Bo Spencer led four Huskers in double-digits with 19 points. Penn State had just five assists to go with 13 turnovers on the night. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Nebraska 01/11/12 7:36 p.m. at Devaney Center (Lincoln, Neb.) Penn State 58 • 9-9, 1-4

Indiana 88 • 15-1, 3-1 ##

f f g g g

11-19 8-12 16-22

3-3 3-5 2-3 7-16 7-23 1-3 1-1 0-1 3-4

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

0-0 3-5 0-1 2-7 1-6 1-3 0-0 0-1 0-0

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

7-23

21-25

13-30 5-15 14-16

1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 7

Game: Game: Game:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

27-59

48.3% 25.0% 77.8%

57.9% 66.7% 72.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

43.3% 33.3% 87.5%

6 4 1 5 3 0 1 0 1 2 3 26

7 4 1 6 4 0 1 1 1 2 6 33

24-47 16-24 24-32

Game: Game: Game:

TP

2 4 4 2 5 1 0 1 1 3

A

10 10 28 6 5 0 5 2 22 0

23

1 2 4 2 6 1 0 0 1 0

88

17

TO

3 1 4 2 3 1 0 0 0 2

Blk

0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

16

Stl

1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

3

5

51.1% 66.7% 75.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 9

PF

1 1 4 3 3 3 0 1 3 0 19

3 3 5 3 3 3 0 2 6 0 28

27-59 7-23 21-25

Min

37 24 34 31 18 7 7 5 26 11

Deadball Rebounds 4

Score by periods Indiana Penn State

1st

42 37

Total

2nd

88 82

46 45

TP

2 4 4 2 5 3 3 3 0

A

8 9 8 20 21 3 3 2 8

26

1 0 3 1 7 0 0 0 1

82

13

TO

1 0 2 3 1 2 0 0 0

Blk

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

9

Stl

1 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 0

3

8

Min

23 23 32 31 38 16 13 7 17

200

Deadball Rebounds 1,1

In Paint 10 36

Last FG - IND 2nd-04:25, PSU 2nd-00:26. Largest lead - IND by 11 1st-04:26, PSU by 1 1st-15:33.

Off T/O 7 18

2nd Chance 7 10

Fast Break 11 4

Bench 29 16

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Woodyard (22) Rebounding Leader: Travis (8) Assist Leader: Frazier (5)

Jan. 15, 2012 @ University Park, Pa.

Graham, Jon Oliver, Billy Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Lewis, Trey Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Travis, Ross Team Totals

35 05 11 23 03 20 21 24 43

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-24 1-11 7-9

33 50 00 11 20 01 10 13 23 55

Williams, Rodney Sampson III, Ralph Welch, Julian Coleman, Joe Hollins, Austin Hollins, Andre Osenieks, Oto Ahanmisi, Maverick Armelin, Chip Eliason, Elliott Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

10-18 3-6 10-13

f c g g g

55.6% 50.0% 76.9%

25 35 05 11 23 14 20 21 24 43

Player

Graham, Jon Oliver, Billy Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Montminy, Kevin Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Woodyard, Cammeron Travis, Ross Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-23 4-9 11-13

3-5 2-3 5-8 5-8 3-3 0-0 0-1 0-3 2-6 1-1

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

21-38

5-10

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 66 • 9-10, 1-5 ##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

f f g g g

34.8% 44.4% 84.6%

11-20 2-4 23-31

1-3 0-2 1-1 4-19 5-15 0-0 0-0 0-2 6-14 1-4

0-0 0-2 0-0 2-9 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-8 0-0

18-60

7-24

10-37 3-15 12-15

8-11 0-0 3-5 13-14 4-4 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-2 2-4

Rebounds Off Def Tot

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 5

33-44

55.0% 50.0% 74.2%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

FT-FTA

Game: Game: Game:

FT-FTA

0-0 1-2 2-5 2-2 7-8 0-0 0-0 1-1 8-8 2-2

23-28

27.0% 20.0% 80.0%

7 5 1 5 0 1 0 0 1 6 2 28

21-38 5-10 33-44

8 5 2 5 0 1 0 0 2 6 4 33

2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 3 6 2 17

Game: Game: Game:

3 1 2 4 0 0 0 3 1 2 2 18

18-60 7-24 23-28

5 1 3 5 1 0 0 4 4 8 4 35

1st

33 31

2nd

47 35

Total

80 66

Last FG - MINN 2nd-01:48, PSU 2nd-00:46. Largest lead - MINN by 16 2nd-01:01, PSU by 8 1st-07:27.

116 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

20-60

3-24

15-19

2nd half: 13-36 2nd half: 2-13 2nd half: 8-10

36.1% 15.4% 80.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

PF

TP

A

Stl

Min

1 1 2 2 2 2 4 5 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 5 2 4 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 3 6 1 1 2 3 4 2 5 7 1 2 0 2 14 20 34 21

3 5 0 2 30 0 0 8 3 7

0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0

1 2 1 1 5 0 0 0 3 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

0 1 0 0 6 0 2 0 0 0

10 33 20 14 40 6 21 15 19 22

58

5 13

3

9 200

Game: 20-60 Game: 3-24 Game: 15-19

TO Blk

33.3% 12.5% 78.9%

Deadball Rebounds 3

Player

13

Ubel, Brandon McCray, Toney Richardson, Brandon Spencer, Bo Walker, Caleb Diaz, Jorge Brian Talley, Dylan Team Totals

00 03 23 25 21 24

FG % 1st Half: 13-25 3FG % 1st Half: 2-11 FT % 1st Half: 6-7

52.0% 18.2% 85.7%

f g g g g

TP

4 5 3 0 4 0 3 1 2 1

14 4 15 23 12 2 0 1 5 4

23

80

TP

3 4 5 2 3 0 2 2 3 5

2 1 4 12 20 0 0 1 22 4

29

66

0-0 0-3 4-6 10-12 0-2 0-0 5-6

22-40

7-19

19-29

60.0% 62.5% 59.1%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

PF

TP

A

TO Blk

Stl

Min

0 3 3 2 1 4 5 2 0 1 1 4 0 4 4 0 0 6 6 1 2 3 5 3 1 4 5 2 0 2 2 4 27 31 14

6 13 4 19 12 4 12

1 1 3 5 3 0 1

1 0 0 0 2 3 0

0 2 1 2 1 0 2

17 36 25 36 32 27 27

6

8 200

Game: 22-40 Game: 7-19 Game: 19-29

1 1 4 6 2 2 0 1 70 14 17

55.0% 36.8% 65.5%

Deadball Rebounds 4

Officials: Terry Wymer, Gene Steratore, John Gaffney Technical fouls: Penn State-None. Nebraska-None. Attendance: 10791 Actual Attendance: 8124 Score by periods Penn State Nebraska

1st

2nd

Total

22 34

36 36

58 70

In Paint 24 20

Points PSU NEB

Off T/O 14 9

2nd Chance 11 4

Fast Break 4 4

Bench 18 16

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Woodyard (17) Rebounding Leader: Graham & Glover (7) Assist Leader: Frazier (9)

Tim Frazier’s 12-foot floater with eight seconds to play delivered the first victory over a Top 25 team in the Patrick Chambers era. The Lions led for virtually the entire second half until the Illini tied the game at 52 with 40 seconds to play on a Brandon Paul three. Cammeron Woodyard led the Lions with 17 points and Frazier added 12 points and nine assists. Paul led all scorers with 20 points, but PSU held the Illini to 34% shooting and 18 points below their season scoring average with a combination of zone, man-to-man, and 1-2-2 press defenses. The Lions donned gray jerseys for the first time in program history. PSU led 25-23 at the half and by as much as nine in the second. The Illini cut the lead to one three times in the second half, but never reclaimed the lead.

A

2 3 2 1 5 0 0 0 0 0

13

TO

2 1 4 4 2 2 1 1 0 0

17

Blk

0 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

Stl

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

7

3

Min

31 20 27 36 19 9 7 12 19 20

## 12 01 02 03 13 00 20 32 42

200

Deadball Rebounds 5,1

PF

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

2nd half: 9-15 2nd half: 5-8 2nd half: 13-22

Illinois 52 • 15-4, 4-2 PF

3-3 5-11 0-0 4-8 5-7 2-4 3-7

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Illinois vs Penn State 1/19/12 9:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

A

0 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 0 7

TO

2 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 2 13

Blk

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

Stl

0 3 1 0 4 0 0 1 2 0

11

30.0% 29.2% 82.1%

Min

17 25 23 30 39 1 3 13 27 22

200

Deadball Rebounds 1

Officials: Mike Kitts, Brian Dorsey, Steve McJunkins Technical fouls: Minnesota-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 9065 Personal foul on PSU #5 Glover at 17:55 of second half was intentional. Personal foul on PSU #43 Travis at 10:47 of second half was intentional. Score by periods Minnesota Penn State

1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-9 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 3-5

Jan. 19, 2012 @ University Park, Pa.

55.3% 50.0% 75.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0-0 1-8 0-2 0-3 1-4 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-2 0-1

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Minnesota vs Penn State 1/15/12 4:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

Player

1-1 2-10 0-3 1-7 10-16 0-1 0-4 3-7 1-5 2-6

PENN STATE 54 #22/25 ILLINOIS 52

Cam Woodyard scored a career-high 22 points and Tim Frazier had 20 to lead the Lions, but the Lions shot just 30% and saw Minnesota get a career-high 23 points from freshman Joe Coleman, whose 13of-14 effort at the line was part of a 33-of-44 night at the foul line for UM, a Big Ten record for makes by a PSU opponent. The game saw 52 fouls and 72 free throws. Minnesota used an 11-0 run to open up a 44-33 lead with 16:43 to play. The Lions used an 8-0 run to get within three, 44-41, with 12:10 to play, but shot just 27% in the second half and couldn’t maintain pace as the Gophers pushed the lead back to double-digits and as much as 16. The Lions closed the lead to 62-57 with 4:10 left, but trailed by double-digits in the final 2 1/2 minutes despite grabbing 11 steals and forcing 17 turnovers.

Minnesota 80 • 14-5, 2-4

29.2% 9.1% 77.8%

f f g g g

Last FG - PSU 2nd-00:22, NEB 2nd-05:09. Largest lead - PSU by 3 1st-18:38, NEB by 18 2nd-16:00.

Score tied - 4 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

MINNESOTA 80 PENN STATE 66

Player

25

Nebraska 70 • 9-7, 1-4 PF

45.8% 30.4% 84.0%

Points IND PSU

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

200

Officials: Mike Kitts, Ed Hightower, Terry Oglesby Technical fouls: Indiana-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 8250

##

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (30) Rebounding Leader: Travis (7) Assist Leader: Frazier (4)

NEBRASKA 70 PENN STATE 58

Player

Leonard, Meyers Richardson, D.J. Bertrand, Joseph Paul, Brandon Abrams, Tracy Maniscalco, Sam Henry, Myke Egwu, Nnanna Griffey, Tyler Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-24 3-12 4-5

c g g g g

25 43 05 23 24 11 20 21

Player

Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Glover, Matt Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Marshall, Jermaine Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-26 3-6 4-6

6-12 2-11 2-6 5-11 0-1 0-5 0-0 1-1 1-2

17-49 33.3% 25.0% 80.0%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 54 • 10-10, 2-5 ##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

f f g g g

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

7-22

11-13

9-25 4-10 7-8

36.0% 40.0% 87.5%

0-3 2-4 3-7 4-11 6-10 2-8 0-1 3-5

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

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

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

4-10

10-13

11-23 1-4 6-7

47.8% 25.0% 85.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 12

Game: Game: Game:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

20-49

34.6% 50.0% 66.7%

0-1 2-7 0-0 4-9 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-2

2 3 4 4 3 1 1 0 2 0 20

17-49 7-22 11-13

4 4 6 6 4 2 1 0 3 2 32

Game: Game: Game:

4 0 4 3 2 4 0 1 2 20

20-49 4-10 10-13

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

15

52

14

14

3

5

200

5 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 1

15 6 4 20 0 0 0 2 5

1 5 1 3 1 3 0 0 0

3 2 0 5 2 2 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0

34.7% 31.8% 84.6%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

3 0 3 1 2 1 0 0 1 11

PF

7 0 7 4 4 5 0 1 3 31

34 37 27 4019 27 5 6 5

Deadball Rebounds 2

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

16

54

14

12

5

6

200

4 0 3 4 2 1 0 2

1 4 7 12 17 7 0 6

1 0 1 9 1 2 0 0

3 0 0 4 1 2 0 2

2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0

40.8% 40.0% 76.9%

0 0 1 1 1 2 1 0

21 11 36 38 35 33 7 19

Deadball Rebounds 1

Officials: Mark Whitehead, Bo Boroski, Bert Smith Technical fouls: Illinois-Bertrand, Joseph. Penn State-None. Attendance: 6945

Points MINN PSU

In Paint 32 14

Off T/O 17 16

2nd Chance 6 18

Fast Break 6 2

Score tied - 7 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

Bench 12 27

Score by periods Illinois Penn State

1st

23 25

2nd

29 29

Last FG - ILL 2nd-00:40, PSU 2nd-00:08. Largest lead - ILL by 8 1st-11:00, PSU by 9 2nd-14:37.

Total

52 54

Points ILL PSU

In Paint 20 26

Off T/O 10 17

2nd Chance 11 13

Fast Break 2 6

Score tied - 6 times. Lead changed - 5 times.

Bench 7 13


PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (21) Rebounding Leader: Glover (6) Assist Leader: Five with (1)

#11/13 INDIANA 73 PENN STATE 54 Jan. 22, 2012 @ Bloomington, Ind.

Jan. 25, 2012 @ Columbus, Ohio

Penn State held a 29-27 lead at the half after holding the Hoosiers to 41% shooting and 2-of-7 from three in the first half, but saw Indiana hit its first four threes of the second half and use and 18-6 run in the opening seven minutes to grab a 45-35 lead. The Hoosiers would shoot 65% from the floor and 5-of-9 from three in the half with Assembly Hall roaring. Penn State would hit just 23% in the half and 4-of-17 from three for the game and would never get closer than nine the rest of the way. Tim Frazier paced PSU with 21 points and walk-on Nick Colella added a career-high 11 on 3-of-5 from three off the bench. Freshman Cody Zeller paced IU with 18 points. IU outscored the Lions 30-16 in the paint, despite 15 PSU offensive boards, and 46-25 in the second half.

Penn State missed its first seven shots from the floor and started 1-of-13 from the field and 0-4 from the line in Columbus as the No. 3-ranked Buckeyes jumped to an early double-digit lead and were never threatened. The Lions shot 31% in the game and saw OSU shoot 50% from the floor and 24-of34 at the foul line to cruise to a 78-54 victory. Tim Frazier led the Lions with 16 points and four assists, but was held to 6-of-17 shooting. Jermaine Marshall added 14 points and six boards. The Lions shot just 22% in the first half while the Buckeyes took a 38-18 halftime lead. Jared Sullinger logged 20 points and 13 rebounds despite sitting for the final seven minutes. Ohio State won the rebounding battle 43-35 and the Lions were called for 26 fouls.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Indiana 01/22/12 12:00pm at Assembly Hall (Bloomington, Ind.)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Ohio State 01/25/12 6:31 p.m. at Value City Arena (Columbus, Ohio)

Penn State 54 • 10-11, 2-6 ##

Player

25

Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Glover, Matt Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Marshall, Jermaine Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Team Totals

43 05 23 24 11 20 21

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

12-28 2-9 3-5

Total FG-FGA

3-Ptr FG-FGA

FT-FTA

0-2 1-1 1-5 7-18 2-11 3-7 3-5 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-4 0-4 3-5 0-0

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

17-50

4-17

16-23

f f g g g

42.9% 22.2% 60.0%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

5-22 2-8 13-18

22.7% 25.0% 72.2%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

1 0 2 1 2 0 1 3 5 15

Game: Game: Game:

0 0 4 2 2 2 1 2 2 15

1 0 6 3 4 2 2 5 7 30

17-50 4-17 16-23

Penn State 54 • 10-12, 2-7 PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

2 3 5 4 0 4 1 4

0 2 5 21 6 8 11 1

0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1

1 0 0 3 0 1 1 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

15 9 404036 17 24 19

23

54

5

8

2

1

200

34.0% 23.5% 69.6%

Player

02

Watford, Christian Zeller, Cody Hulls, Jordan Oladipo, Victor Jones III, Verdell Sheehey, Will Pritchard, Tom Roth, Matt Elston, Derek Team Totals

40 01 04 12 10 25 30 32

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-22 2-7 7-8

Total FG-FGA

3-Ptr FG-FGA

FT-FTA

3-8 7-8 3-9 2-2 2-6 3-7 0-0 2-2 2-3

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

3-5 4-4 6-6 4-4 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1

24-45

7-16

18-23

f f g g g

40.9% 28.6% 87.5%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

15-23 5-9 11-15

65.2% 55.6% 73.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

Game: Game: Game:

1 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 8

6 2 4 5 0 1 0 0 5 0 23 24-45 7-16 18-23

7 4 4 6 0 1 1 1 6 1 31

1st

2nd

29 27

25 46

Last FG - PSU 2nd-00:36, IND 2nd-01:34. Largest lead - PSU by 5 1st-09:03, IND by 19 2nd-00:43.

Total

54 73

25 05 11 23 24 20 21 32 43

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

Player

Graham, Jon Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Ackerman, Pat Travis, Ross Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-32 2-10 2-6

f g g g g

1-2 0-2 5-16 6-17 4-11 2-3 0-2 0-1 2-10 20-64

21.9% 20.0% 33.3%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

FT-FTA

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

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

5-16

9-16

13-32 3-6 7-10

40.6% 50.0% 70.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

1 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 3 2 13

Game: Game: Game:

2 1 5 1 0 1 4 1 5 2 22 20-64 5-16 9-16

3 3 6 1 3 1 5 1 8 4 35

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

5 3 2 4 2 2 3 2 3

2 2 14 16 10 5 0 0 5

0 0 1 4 1 1 0 0 0

1 0 3 4 0 1 0 0 1

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2

8 19 37 39 27 20 25 5 20

26

54

7

10

2

4

200

31.3% 31.3% 56.3%

Deadball Rebounds 3

Ohio State 78 • 18-3, 6-2 PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

##

3 4 2 3 1 5 4 1 2

11 18 14 8 4 8 0 6 4

2 1 3 1 3 0 0 0 0

2 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 1

2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0

32 28 33 28 31 14 8 15 11

00

25

73

10

9

6

5

200

53.3% 43.8% 78.3%

Deadball Rebounds 3

01 04 32 44 02 03 10 12 15 23 30 55

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

Player

Sullinger,Jared Thomas,Deshaun Craft,Aaron Smith Jr.,Lenzelle Buford,William Sibert,Jordan Scott,Shannon Ross, LaQuinton Thompson,Sam Weatherspoon,J.D. Williams,Amir Ravenel,Evan McDonald,Trey Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

Officials: Larry Scirotto, John Gaffney, Kelly Self Technical fouls: Penn State-Travis, Ross; Colella, Nick. Indiana-Sheehey, Will 2. Attendance: 17248 Glover (PSU) fouls out at 6.8 (2nd) Sheehey (IU) ejected 2nd technical 6.8 (2nd) Score by periods Penn State Indiana

##

Deadball Rebounds 2

Indiana 73 • 16-4, 4-4 ##

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (16) Rebounding Leader: Travis (8) Assist Leader: Frazier (4)

#4/3 OHIO STATE 78 PENN STATE 54

13-26 3-5 9-11

f f g g g

7-11 4-11 4-4 0-2 3-7 0-2 1-4 0-2 2-3 2-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 25-50

50.0% 60.0% 81.8%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

FT-FTA

0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0 3-6 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

6-7 1-2 2-5 0-0 6-6 0-0 0-1 1-2 2-2 4-5 0-2 2-2 0-0

4-11

24-34

12-24 1-6 15-23

50.0% 16.7% 65.2%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

Game: Game: Game:

3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 8

10 4 1 1 9 2 0 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 35 25-50 4-11 24-34

13 7 1 1 9 2 0 1 2 1 4 0 0 2 43

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

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

20 9 11 0 15 0 2 1 6 8 2 4 0

2 1 3 2 2 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 0

3 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0

2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

27 25 22 17 32 9 18 5 17 10 8 9 1

17

78

16

13

8

1

200

50.0% 36.4% 70.6%

Deadball Rebounds 5

Officials: Mike Sanzere, Tom Eades, Bill Ek Technical fouls: Penn State-TEAM. Ohio State-None. Attendance: 16907 Points PSU IND

In Paint 16 30

Off T/O 6 7

2nd Chance 8 14

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 5 times.

Fast Break 0 2

Bench 20 18

Score by periods Penn State Ohio State

1st

18 38

Last FG - PSU 2nd-01:25, OSU 2nd-02:25. Largest lead - PSU None, OSU by 29 2nd-10:48.

2nd

36 40

Total

54 78

Points PSU OSU

In Paint 14 30

Off T/O 9 8

2nd Chance 9 5

Fast Break 6 10

Bench 10 23

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

s Penn State knocked off No. 22-ranked Illinois, 54-52, in the Bryce Jordan Center on January 19, 2012 for its first victory over a Top 25 opponent under coach Patrick Chambers.

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 117


PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (21) Rebounding Leader: Four with (5) Assist Leader: Frazier (7)

#19/20 WISCONSIN 52 PENN STATE 46 Jan. 31, 2012 @ University Park, Pa.

Feb. 4, 2012 @ Iowa City, Iowa

Penn State shot 45.8% in the first half and held Wisconsin to just 27% shooting and 17 points to lead 23-17 at the halftime break. The tables turned in the second half as the Lions went cold shooting 27% and were out-scored 35-23 as the Badgers hit 45% from the floor and got late scoring from Jordan Taylor. After hitting just one of its first 13 shots in the second half and trailing by seven, Penn State was within two, 40-38, with 3:36 to play, but couldn’t capitalize on four chances to tie or take the lead and never got that close again. Tim Frazier scored 17 of the Lions’ 23 second-half points on his way to 21 points and seven assists. Taylor led UW with 18 points and five assists – 15 in the final five minutes and 10 of those at the foul line. PSU had 12 offensive boards, but just two second-chance points. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Wisconsin vs Penn State 1/31/12 8:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

31 40 05 11 21 01 33 44

Player

Bruesewitz, Mike Berggren, Jared Evans, Ryan Taylor, Jordan Gasser, Josh Brust, Ben Wilson, Rob Kaminsky, Frank Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-26 2-11 1-1

f f g g g

26.9% 18.2% 100.0%

25 05 11 23 24 20 21 43

Player

Graham, Jon Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Travis, Ross Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

11-24 1-4 0-1

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

1-3 4-10 5-12 4-12 1-4 0-4 1-2 1-1

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

1-1 0-2 1-2 8-10 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

17-48

5-19

13-19

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 46 • 10-13, 2-8 ##

f g g g g

45.8% 25.0% 0.0%

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

10-22 3-8 12-18

45.5% 37.5% 66.7%

2-4 0-0 6-13 8-22 1-6 1-3 0-1 0-1

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

0-3 0-0 0-0 5-6 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0

18-50

2-10

8-14

7-26 1-6 8-13

26.9% 16.7% 61.5%

2 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 9

Game: Game: Game:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Rebounds Off Def Tot

1 7 5 2 4 0 0 1 2 22

3 10 6 3 5 0 0 1 3 31

17-48 5-19 13-19

Game: Game: Game:

3 5 5 3 2 1 2 2 1 24

TP

3 4 2 2 2 0 0 0

A TO Blk

3 8 11 18 6 0 3 3

13

52

0 0 0 5 1 0 0 1

0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0

1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1

7

5

6

Stl

5 5 5 4 5 1 3 4 4 36

18-50 2-10 8-14

Min

1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0

33 28 37 38 38 11 8 7

6

35.4% 26.3% 68.4%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 0 0 1 3 0 1 2 3 12

PF

1st

17 23

52 46

35 23

       

Deadball Rebounds 3





          

  

  

PF

TP

2 5 4 1 5 2 1 0

A TO Blk

4 0 13 21 5 3 0 0

20

46

0 0 1 7 1 0 0 0

1 4 0 2 2 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

9

9

2

Stl

Min

2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

26 30 33 39 30 17 14 11

3

36.0% 20.0% 57.1%

         

200

Deadball Rebounds 4,1

In Paint 18 22

Points WISC PSU

Off T/O 8 8

2nd Chance 9 2

Fast Break 0 11

Bench 6 3

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 3 times.

Feb. 8, 2012 @ East Lansing, Mich.

Penn State started 0-8 from the floor and didn’t score until a Nick Colella three at the 12:20 mark, but trailed just 9-3 in East Lansing. PSU remained cold shooting just 21% in the first half as an MSU team that shot just 27% and made 10 turnovers took a 33-19 lead at the half. MSU pushed its lead to 22 points early in the second half before the Lions got hot and shot 77% over the first 13 minutes of the half to close within five, 52-47, with 9:18 to play after scoring 10-straight points and following that with 17-5 run. PSU shot 53% in the half, but MSU hit at a 65% clip and reestablished control holding a double-digit lead over the final 6:30. Tim Frazier posted 19 points and six assists for PSU while Draymond Green had 23 points and 12 boards for MSU which dominated the boards, 44-25.

          

     

23 24 25 35 05 11 21 43

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

5-24 2-12 7-10

20.8% 16.7% 70.0%

3-8 6-18 2-5 1-3 0-2 0-1 4-10 3-3 1-2

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

0-0 7-8 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-3 0-0

20-52

6-20

11-16

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

15-28 4-8 4-6

53.6% 50.0% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 6

Game: Game: Game:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

05

Payne, Adreian Appling, Keith Thornton, Austin Dawson, Branden Green, Draymond Byrd, Russell Gauna, Alex Kearney, Brandan Chapman, Dan Trice, Travis Nix, Derrick Wood, Brandon Ianni, Anthony Team Totals

11 13 22 23 00 02 03 14 20 25 30 44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-30 4-11 13-16

26.7% 36.4% 81.3%

* * * * *

0 4 2 3 1 2 5 0 0 2 19

0 5 3 4 1 2 5 1 1 3 25

20-52 6-20 11-16

PF

TP

A

Stl

Min

1 4 1 4 2 3 5 4 2

9 19 6 3 0 0 12 6 2

1 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

TO Blk

2 6 1 1 0 1 1 1 0

1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

37 37 23 23 11 7 28 17 17

26

57

11

13

3

4

200

38.5% 30.0% 68.8%

3-7 2-4 2-5 5-8 6-15 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6 1-2 2-5 0-0

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

6-8 5-6 0-0 2-3 9-14 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

23-53

8-21

23-34

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:







  

   





                                           

     

    

        

        

        







     

  

        

        

 

        

        

  





        

        

 

  

   

  





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

     





 

 

15-23 4-10 10-18

65.2% 40.0% 55.6%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 0 2 4 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 17

Game: Game: Game:

3 4 3 3 9 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 27

5 4 5 7 12 0 1 0 1 3 1 2 0 3 44

23-53 8-21 23-34

1st

2nd

Total

19 33

38 44

57 77

Last FG - PSU 2nd-00:35, MSU 2nd-02:48. Largest lead - PSU None, MSU by 23 2nd-02:48.

118 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL



        

        

 

        

        

  





        

        

 

  

  

   

  

 

   

   

   

  

 

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Tim Frazier (23) Rebounding Leader: Tim Frazier (10) Assist Leader: Tim Frazier (9)

PENN STATE 67 NEBRASKA 51 Feb. 11, 2012 @ University Park, Pa.

Penn State nearly got a triple-double from Tim Frazier as the 6-1 guard posted 23 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and three steals in a dominating 16-point win over the Huskers. The Lions used a 10-0 run with 8:33 to play in the first half to break-open an 18-17 game and take a 28-17 lead with 6:05 to play. Three different Lions scored in the run as PSU went on to shoot 58% in the first half and 5-of-8 from three to take a 36-26 halftime lead. PSU held the margin over double-digits the entire second half and led by as many as 20 as the Lions shot 52% for the game. Cam Woodyard posted 14 points on a career-best equaling four threes and Jermaine Marshall added 12. Dylan Talley led NU with 12 points as the Huskers shot 39%, 6-of-20 from three, and were outrebounded 30-21.

## 13 00 03 23 25 02 05 12 14 24 33

Deadball Rebounds 3

PF

TP

A

TO Blk

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

12 10 6 12 23 0 1 0 0 5 2 6 0

1 7 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

18

77

16

3 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 1 14

Stl

Min

0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

21 25 17 24 36 5 5 8 1 19 14 23 2

3

9

200

43.4% 38.1% 67.6%

Deadball Rebounds 5,1

Player

Ubel, Brandon McCray, Toney Richardson, Brandon Spencer, Bo Walker, Caleb Rivers, David Moore, Josiah Hilliard Jr., Corey Niemann, Christopher Talley, Dylan Fox, Mike Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

10-26 3-11 3-3

f g g g g

25 43 20 23 24 05 11 14 21 32 34

Player

Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Colella, Nick Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Montminy, Kevin Borovnjak, Sasa Ackerman, Pat Wisniewski, Alan Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

11-19 5-8 9-11

1-3 4-10 0-2 3-8 5-10 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 4-11 1-2

0-0 1-5 0-1 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-8 1-1

19-48

38.5% 27.3% 100.0%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 67 • 11-15, 3-10 ##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

f f g g g

6-20 9-22 3-9 4-8

0-0 0-0 2-11 1-1 4-7 0-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

23-44

57.9% 62.5% 81.8%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

9-23

12-25 4-15 3-3

0-0 0-0 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 4

7-11

40.9% 33.3% 50.0%

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

2-3 2-2 2-12 7-9 4-7 0-1 5-8 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

FT-FTA

Game: Game: Game:

FT-FTA

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

19-48 6-20 7-11

1 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 1 3 1 1 21

Game: Game: Game:

1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

4 0 2 9 2 3 2 0 3 0 0 1 26

23-44 9-23 12-14

PF

TP

A

14

51

11

2 5 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0

2 9 6 7 10 0 2 0 0 12 3

1 0 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

TO

0 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 11

Blk

Stl

Min

2

7

200

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

39.6% 30.0% 63.6%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

12-14

48.0% 26.7% 100.0%

1 2 4 1 1 1 2 1 0 2 1 1 17

5 0 3 10 2 3 3 0 3 0 0 1 30

27 29 35 30 16 4 9 3 5 26 16

Deadball Rebounds 3

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

15

67

13

13

2

8

200

2 1 1 3 1 2 4 0 0 0 1

5 4 6 23 14 0 12 0 3 0 0

0 0 2 9 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 5 2 1 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

52.3% 39.1% 85.7%

1 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

20 18 32 39 27 20 20 1 21 1 1

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Jim Burr, Ray Perone, Bill Ek Technical fouls: Nebraska-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 13103

Officials: Gene Steratore, Eric Curry, Larry Scirotto Technical fouls: Penn State-None. Michigan State-None. Attendance: 14797 Score by periods Penn State Michigan State

  

  

Michigan State 77 • 19-5, 8-3 ##

    

Nebraska 51 • 11-13, 3-10

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

* * * * *

        

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Nebraska vs Penn State 2/11/12 1:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

Penn State 57 • 10-15, 2-10

Colella, Nick Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Graham, Jon Oliver, Billy Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Borovnjak, Sasa Travis, Ross Team Totals

        

     



Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Michigan State 02/08/12 6:30 p.m. at Breslin Center (East Lansing, Mich.)

Player

        

 

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Tim Frazier (19) Rebound Leader: Frazier & Marshall (5) Assist Leader: Frazier (7)

#11/12 MICHIGAN STATE 77 PENN STATE 57

20

  

    



Last FG - WISC 2nd-01:44, PSU 2nd-00:00. Largest lead - WISC by 8 2nd-00:04, PSU by 9 1st-03:51.

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    

  

Total

2nd



200

Officials: John Higgins, Eric Curry, Paul Janssen Technical fouls: Wisconsin-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 8752 Score by periods Wisconsin Penn State

Penn State hit just 3 of its first 17 shots and fell behind 23-7 after the first 11 minutes of action. Penn State shot 26.7% in the first half and just 2-of-13 from three while committing 11 turnovers to trail by as many as 21 in the half and 36-19 at the break. Iowa built its lead to 26 early in the second half, before the Lions used a 17-5 rally sparked by three treys from Jermaine Marshall and two from Tim Frazier to get within 14 with 13:25 to play. Penn State would shoot 53% in the second half and 8-of-16 from three to get within 11 in the closing minutes, but no closer. Frazier led PSU with 23 points and five assists. Marshall added 13, Cammeron Woodyard 11 and Nick Colella 10. Matt Gatens led Iowa with 18 as the Hawkeyes outscored PSU 29-4 at the foul line and turned 15 turnovers into 20 points.



Wisconsin 52 • 18-5, 7-3 ##

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (23) Rebounding Leader: Woodyard (6) Assist Leader: Frazier (5)

IOWA 77 PENN STATE 64

Points PSU MSU

In Paint 22 26

Off T/O 9 16

2nd Chance 1 18

Fast Break 2 7

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

Bench 20 14

Score by periods Nebraska Penn State

1st

26 36

2nd

25 31

Last FG - NEB 2nd-00:35, PSU 2nd-02:22. Largest lead - NEB by 3 1st-16:19, PSU by 20 2nd-02:22.

Total

51 67

Points NEB PSU

In Paint 20 22

Off T/O 8 15

2nd Chance 0 5

Fast Break 4 12

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 4 times.

Bench 17 15


PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (18) Rebounding Leader: Marshall (7) Assist Leader: Frazier (4)

PENN STATE 69 IOWA 64 Feb. 16, 2012 @ University Park, Pa.

Feb. 19, 2012 @ Madison, Wisconsin

Penn State led by as many as 16 early in the second half, but saw Matt Gatens hit his first five threes of the second half and score 19 of 21 points in the half to get Iowa within two, 63-61, with 2:00 to play. Jermaine Marshall hit a big three to push the lead to 66-61 and with Iowa within three with 24 seconds to play Jon Graham stepped to the line and hit both ends of a 1-and-1 to ice the game. Graham finished with a career-best 10 points and six rebounds, going 4-of-4 at the line. Tim Frazier struggled in the first half, but led PSU with 18 points, four assists and four steals. Marshall added 10 points and Cam Woodyard 13, 12 in the first half as the Lions led 38-24 at the half after holding Iowa to 26.9% shooting in the first 20 minutes. The Hawkeyes hit 56.5% in the second. PSU went 22-of-28 at the foul line. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Iowa vs Penn State 2/16/12 8:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)

Iowa 64 • 13-13, 5-8 ## 15 30 02 04 05 00 01 20 25

Player

McCabe, Zach White, Aaron Oglesby, Josh Marble, Roy Devyn Gatens, Matt Olaseni, Gabriel Basabe, Melsahn Brommer, Andrew May, Eric Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-26 1-7 9-12

f f g g g

26.9% 14.3% 75.0%

25 43 20 23 24 05 11 14 21

Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Colella, Nick Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Montminy, Kevin Borovnjak, Sasa Team Totals 12-27 3-10 11-12

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

2-2 3-4 1-3 5-7 4-4 0-0 3-7 0-0 0-0

20-49

6-18

18-27

13-23 5-11 9-15

56.5% 45.5% 60.0%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

1 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 3 12

Game: Game: Game:

1 7 3 6 3 0 2 0 0 0 22

2 10 3 8 4 1 3 0 0 3 34

20-49 6-18 18-27

f f g g g

44.4% 30.0% 91.7%

Score by periods Iowa Penn State

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

3-3 1-3 2-6 6-13 4-9 0-3 4-12 0-0 1-4

0-0 0-0 1-5 0-1 2-5 0-1 2-5 0-0 0-0

4-4 0-2 4-4 6-6 3-4 3-4 0-0 0-0 2-4

21-53

5-17

22-28

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

1st

24 38

TP

5 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 0

A

2 16 3 13 21 0 7 0 2

18

2 1 3 6 1 0 0 0 0

64

13

TO

3 4 0 3 1 1 0 0 0

Blk

2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

12

Stl

0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 1

7

6

40.8% 33.3% 66.7%

9-26 2-7 11-16

34.6% 28.6% 68.8%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

Min

23 34 27 40 38 6 20 7 5

200

Deadball Rebounds 4

3 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 2 2 13

Game: Game: Game:

3 5 1 2 1 3 5 0 0 1 21

6 6 1 3 3 3 7 0 2 3 34

21-53 5-17 22-28

PF

TP

4 1 2 4 4 3 3 0 1

A

10 2 9 18 13 3 10 0 4

22

0 1 1 4 0 4 1 0 0

69

11

TO

2 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0

Blk

2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

8

Stl

0 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 0

3

7

39.6% 29.4% 78.6%

64 69

40 31

Min

27 17 31 34 19 24 35 0+ 13

Off T/O 7 16

2nd Chance 7 15

Fast Break 2 4

Bench 9 17

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

20 21 23 25 32 34 43

FG % 1st Half: 11-27 3FG % 1st Half: 4-8 FT % 1st Half: 6-7

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

40.7% 50.0% 85.7%

23 24 05 11 21

FG % 1st Half: 10-28 3FG % 1st Half: 1-8 FT % 1st Half: 0-0

* *

* * *

4-9 0-2 1-6 0-0 0-1 2-3 9-24 1-5 0-0 0-0 2-5

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

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

19-55

8-17

12-16

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

8-28 4-9 6-9

28.6% 44.4% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 3 1 10

Game: Game: Game:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

00

BARNETT, Kory HULLS, Jordan WATFORD, Christian OLADIPO, Victor SHEEHEY, Will MOORE, Daniel JONES III, Verdell ETHERINGTON, Austin ABELL, Remy PRITCHARD, Tom ROTH, Matt ELSTON, Derek ZELLER, Cody Team Totals

01 02 04 10 11 12 13 23 25 30 32 40

FG % 1st Half: 10-27 3FG % 1st Half: 5-9 FT % 1st Half: 13-15

37.0% 55.6% 86.7%

1 2 4 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 4 1 19

1 3 4 0 0 3 2 7 0 0 7 2 29

22-56

4-18

7-11

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

12-28 3-10 7-11

42.9% 30.0% 63.6%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

PF

TP

A

Stl

Min

4 6 10 2 1 1 2 3 0 4 4 4 1 3 4 3 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 8 19 27 15

9 5 3 20 4 0 12 2

0 0 0 4 0 2 2 0

1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 0 2 0 0 2 0

35 23 29 40 26 11 31 5

55

8

5

2

7 200

Game: 22-56 Game: 4-18 Game: 7-11

TO Blk

39.3% 22.2% 63.6%

Deadball Rebounds 2

Player

05

Evans, Ryan Bruesewitz, Mike Berggren, Jared Taylor, Jordan Gasser, Josh Brust, Ben Jackson, Traevon Wilson, Rob Kaminsky, Frank Team Totals

31 40 11 21 01 12 33 44

FG % 1st Half: 12-25 3FG % 1st Half: 7-14 FT % 1st Half: 4-4

* * * *

*

0-0 7-10 2-11 1-8 2-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-5 1-1 4-9

0-0 4-6 0-2 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 1-1 0-0

0-0 2-2 10-10 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 11-15

19-52

8-18

29-36

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

f f f g g

48.0% 50.0% 100.0

4-7 2-5 4-8 4-12 3-6 2-4 0-0 0-3 1-2

0-0 0-1 3-3 3-6 3-5 2-4 0-0 0-2 0-1

3-4 3-5 2-2 0-0 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

20-47

11-22

14-17

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

8-22 4-8 10-13

36.4% 50.0% 76.9%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

PF

TP

A

2 7 9 1 4 8 12 1 1 5 6 2 0 1 1 3 1 4 5 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 10 28 38 11

11 7 13 11 15 6 0 0 2

2 5 0 4 2 0 0 1 0

Game: 20-47 Game: 11-22 Game: 14-17

TO Blk

Stl

Min

4 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 1

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

31 33 29 31 36 17 0+ 12 11

65 14 12

2

1 200

42.6% 50.0% 82.4%

Deadball Rebounds 1

19-55 8-17 12-16

Score by periods Penn State Wisconsin

TP

A

TO Blk

5 5 4 0 0 3 4 3 0 0 4

11 0 9 0 0 4 26 2 0 0 6

2 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0

28

58

8

0 2 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 1 10

Stl

Min

0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 3

1 1 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0

26 30 38 1 6 14 39 23 1 1 21

8

8

200

34.5% 47.1% 75.0%

9-25 3-9 16-21

36.0% 33.3% 76.2%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 5 16

Game: Game: Game:

0 0 8 8 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 3 2 29

0 0 10 10 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 10 7 45

19-52 8-18 29-36

1st

2nd

Total

32 38

26 37

58 75

Last FG - PSU 2nd-00:35, IND 2nd-01:33. Largest lead - PSU by 1 1st-18:35, IND by 22 2nd-07:10.

1st

2nd

Total

21 35

34 30

55 65

In Paint 32 8

Points PSU WISC

Off T/O 6 6

2nd Chance 9 8

Fast Break 2 0

Bench 14 8

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (24) Rebounding Leader: Frazier (5) Assist Leader: Frazier (6)

Tim Frazier was spectacular in the first half scoring 16 points and helping Penn State to shoot 56% and lead twice before going to the locker room down five, 37-32. But, Purdue exploded in the second half hitting 10 of its first 12 shots and scoring the first 11 points of the half to jump to a 16-point lead and never look back. The Boilers hit at 75% until the final minutes of the half before closing at 65% in the half and 57.4% for the game, including 9-of-22 from three. Robbie Hummel led Purdue with 26 points, eight rebounds and six assists on “Senior Night”. Penn State got team-highs of 24 points, six assists, five rebounds and four steals from Frazier, but only Jermaine Marshall (10) joined him in double-figures. Purdue won the rebounding battle 31-17 and outscored PSU 17-8 at the foul line.

Penn State 56 • 12-18 (4-13) PF

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

##

Player

25

Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Marshall, Jermaine Colella, Nick Frazier, Tim Lewis, Trey Glover, Matt Montminy, Kevin Borovnjak, Sasa Ackerman, Pat Wisniewski, Alan Team Totals

43 11 20 23 03 05 14 21 32 34

Deadball Rebounds 1

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

13-23 3-9 3-3

f f g g g

2-2 0-1 3-10 0-4 10-16 3-8 0-2 0-0 4-5 0-0 0-0 22-48

56.5% 33.3% 100.0%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

FT-FTA

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

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

4-18

8-10

9-25 1-9 5-7

36.0% 11.1% 71.4%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

Game: Game: Game:

0 1 2 2 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 13 22-48 4-18 8-10

0 2 3 2 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 17

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

3 5 3 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 0

4 0 10 0 24 8 2 0 8 0 0

1 0 2 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 4 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0

13 23 37 17 39 19 26 2 22 1 1

19

56

10

1 1 3 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 13

0

9

200

45.8% 22.2% 80.0%

Deadball Rebounds 0,1

Purdue 80 • 20-10 (10-7) PF

TP

A

TO Blk

0 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 1 2

0 20 14 5 5 0 0 0 2 0 6 4 19

0 1 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

16

75

11

0 2 0 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 11

Stl

Min

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 31 33 32 27 1 6 2 6 10 14 6 31

2

4

200

36.5% 44.4% 80.6%

Deadball Rebounds 5

Officials: Ed Hightower, Ray Perone & D.J. Carstensen Technical fouls: PENN STATE-None. INDIANA-None. Attendance: Session I Attendance: 17,936 Score by periods PENN STATE INDIANA

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

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

INDIANA 75 • 25-7 ##

35.7% 12.5% 0.0%

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

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Purdue 02/29/12 6:30 PM at Mackey Arena - West Lafayette, IN

PENN STATE 58 • 12-20

14

20

4-9 2-3 1-5 9-20 1-9 0-0 4-8 1-2

Feb. 29, 2012 @ West Lafayette, Ind.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics PENN STATE vs INDIANA 3/8/12 1:52pm EST at Bankers Life Fieldhouse-Indianapolis, IN

11

43

f f g g g

PURDUE 80 PENN STATE 56

Northwestern needed 15 three-pointers and two John Shurna free throws with three seconds to play to escape with a 67-66 victory. Trailing by as many as nine with 15:00 to play, Penn State shot 60% in the second half and dominated scoring in the paint, 40-10, in the game to retake the lead on a Cammeron Woodyard three with 8:39 to play. NU used four-straight threes to rebuild a four-point margin, but Tim Frazier completed a three-point play to give PSU a 66-65 lead with 2:48 left. The Lions couldn’t capitalize on four chances to extend the lead and Jon Graham missed two at the line with 14 seconds remaining before being whistled for a foul on Shurna’s shot attempt with three seconds to play. Frazier led PSU with 23 points and eight assists. Shurna had 23 for NU which had six players make a three.

LEWIS, Trey GLOVER, Matt MARSHALL, Jermaine MONTMINY, Kevin COLELLA, Nick BORONJNAK, Sasa FRAZIER, Tim GRAHAM, Jon ACKERMAN, Pat WISNIEWSKI, Alan TRAVIS, Ross Team Totals

Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Colella, Nick Frazier, Tim Woodyard, Cammeron Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Borovnjak, Sasa Team Totals

Last FG - PSU 2nd-02:39, WISC 2nd-02:51. Largest lead - PSU None, WISC by 20 2nd-11:55.

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (23) Rebounding Leader: Travis (9) Assist Leader: Frazier (8)

Feb. 25, 2012 @ University Park, Pa.

Player

Player

25

200

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

In Paint 20 28

Points IOWA PSU

NORTHWESTERN 67 PENN STATE 66

05

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

##

Officials: Brian Dorsey, Mark Whitehead, Kelly Self Technical fouls: Penn State-None. Wisconsin-None. Attendance: 17230 Total

2nd

Last FG - IOWA 2nd-01:23, PSU 2nd-01:45. Largest lead - IOWA by 2 1st-19:42, PSU by 16 2nd-19:47.

03

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Penn State vs Wisconsin 02/19/12 3pm at Kohl Center, Madison, Wis. Penn State 55 • 12-16, 4-11

PF

Officials: Mike Kitts, Tom O'Neill, Bo Boroski Technical fouls: Iowa-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 6794

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Penn State couldn’t overcome a Wisconsin team that hit 7-of-14 from three in the first half and 11-of22 in the game and fell for the 14th-straight time in Madison. Penn State outscored UW 32-8 in the paint and got 20 points from Tim Frazier, but trailed 35-21 at the half after UW hit 48% in the first half to the Lions 35% and outscored the Lions 21-3 at the arc, hitting a three in five-straight possessions at one point. UW extended its lead to 20 with 11:55 to play before PSU mounted a 17-2 run to get within five, 51-46, with 5:48 to play. A pair of Jared Berggren threes thwarted the Lions’ comeback. Josh Gasser led UW with 15 points on 3-of-5 from three. Berggren had 13 on 3-of-3 from three. Jon Graham has a career-best 10 rebounds to go with nine points in a career-high 35 minutes for PSU.

Wisconsin 65 • 20-7, 9-5

Player

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

0-1 6-11 1-7 4-10 6-13 0-2 2-3 0-0 1-2

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Penn State 69 • 12-15, 4-10 ##

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (20) Rebounding Leader: Graham (10) Assist Leader: Frazier (4)

#15/17 WISCONSIN 65 PENN STATE 55

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

##

Player

00

Johnson, Terone Hummel, Robbie Jackson, Lewis Smith, Ryne Carroll, Travis Johnson, Anthony Anthrop, Dru Byrd, D.J. Beshears, Neal Hart, John Lawson, Jacob Marcius, Sandi Team Totals

04 23 24 50 01 14 21 30 32 34 55

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

12-24 4-11 9-12

* * * * *

4-6 8-16 6-6 3-6 1-1 1-2 0-0 4-8 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 27-47

50.0% 36.4% 75.0%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

FT-FTA

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

4-7 8-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

9-22

17-21

15-23 5-11 8-9

65.2% 45.5% 88.9%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

Game: Game: Game:

1 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 8

4 6 3 0 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 23 27-47 9-22 17-21

5 8 3 0 2 2 1 6 1 0 0 1 2 31

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

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

13 26 12 9 2 4 0 14 0 0 0 0

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

3 0 2 1 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 1

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

32 37 26 30 21 14 2 26 2 3 5 2

14

80

21

13

2

3

200

57.4% 40.9% 81.0%

Deadball Rebounds 2,1

Officials: Ted Valentine, Bo Boroski, Lamont Simpson Technical fouls: Penn State-None. Purdue-None. Attendance: 14565

Points PSU IND

In Paint 20 20

Off T/O 6 11

2nd Chance 8 20

Fast Break 7 7

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

Bench 4 12

Score by periods Penn State Purdue

1st

2nd

Total

32 37

24 43

56 80

Last FG - PSU 2nd-01:12, PUR 2nd-04:09. Largest lead - PSU by 2 1st-14:29, PUR by 27 2nd-02:49.

Points PSU PUR

In Paint 28 26

Off T/O 9 17

2nd Chance 3 9

Fast Break 48 63

Bench 18 18

Score tied - 6 times. Lead changed - 6 times.

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 119


PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Marshall (27) Rebounding Leader: Marshall & Glover (8) Assist Leader: Frazier (5)

#13/16 MICHIGAN 71 PENN STATE 65 March 4, 2012 @ University Park, Pa.

Michigan came out hot shooting 70% from the floor and 7-of-10 from three in the first half to take as much as an 18-point lead before going to the locker room up 39-28. PSU played well early and led 17-16 when Tim Frazier picked up his second foul and went to the bench at 11:30 of the first. UM went on a 15-2 run. The Wolverines built their lead to 19 with 9:04 to play in the second, before Penn State got hot behind the play of Jermaine Marshall and used a 13-0 run to make it a game. Marshall scored nine points in the run and finished with 27 points and eight boards. PSU got within 4, 62-58, on a Marshall jumper with 2:38 to play, but no closer as UM hit 10-of-18 from three and 59% for the game led by 19 from Trey Burke and 17 from Evan Smotrycz. Ross Travis had a career-high 15 for PSU. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Michigan vs Penn State 3/4/12 1:00 p.m. at State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center) Michigan 71 • 23-8, 13-5 ## 00 52 01 03 10 13 23 45

Player

Novak, Zack Morgan, Jordan Douglass, Stu Burke, Trey Hardaway Jr, Tim Vogrich, Matt Smotrycz, Evan Christian, Colton Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

14-20 7-10 4-6

f f g g g

70.0% 70.0% 66.7%

25 43 05 11 23 03 20 21

Player

Graham, Jon Travis, Ross Glover, Matt Marshall, Jermaine Frazier, Tim Lewis, Trey Colella, Nick Borovnjak, Sasa Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-25 4-7 6-6

Penn State trailed 22-21 after 12 early points from Tim Frazier, but Indiana used a 9-0 run to take a 3121 lead with 4:05 left in the half. Penn State outshot the Hoosiers and got 19 points from Frazier to trail just 38-32 at halftime. Penn State scored just one basket in nearly eight minutes to start the second half as Indiana used a 16-2 run to take a 54-34 lead with 12:27 to play. The Lions never got under 10 again as Penn State shot 28 percent in the half. Indiana was held to 36 percent shooting, but made 29-of-36 at the foul line and grab 16 offensive rebounds for 20 second chance points while dominating the rebounding 45-29. Frazier tied a Penn State Big Ten Tournament record with 26 points to lead the Lions. Indiana got 20 points on 4-of-6 from three from Jordan Hulls and 19 on 11-of-15 at the foul line from Cody Zeller.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics PENN STATE vs INDIANA 3/8/12 1:52pm EST at Bankers Life Fieldhouse-Indianapolis, IN

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

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

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

2-4 0-0 0-0 5-5 2-4 0-0 2-2 0-0

25-42

10-18

11-15

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

f f g g g

36.0% 57.1% 100.0%

11-22 3-8 7-9

50.0% 37.5% 77.8%

1-7 5-5 0-3 10-18 4-16 2-5 0-0 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 4-8 1-2 1-4 0-0 0-0

0-0 5-7 4-4 3-3 2-3 1-1 0-0 0-0

22-55

6-14

15-18

13-30 2-7 9-12

43.3% 28.6% 75.0%

0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 4

Game: Game: Game:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Rebounds Off Def Tot

4 5 1 2 2 2 3 0 0 19

25-42 10-18 11-15

4 5 1 3 4 2 4 0 0 23

Game: Game: Game:

0 1 4 5 1 3 0 1 1 16

22-55 6-14 15-18

TP

5 3 0 3 2 1 4 1

11 2 9 19 13 0 17 0

19

71

A TO Blk

0 1 6 1 0 1 1 0

10

2 1 1 2 5 0 1 1 1 14

1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0

Stl

2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

5

5

59.5% 55.6% 73.3%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 5 4 3 3 0 0 0 0 15

PF

0 6 8 8 4 3 0 1 1 31

Min

25 21 35 36 37 14 30 2

Deadball Rebounds 1

1st

39 28

2nd

32 37

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

##

Player

03

LEWIS, Trey GLOVER, Matt MARSHALL, Jermaine MONTMINY, Kevin COLELLA, Nick BORONJNAK, Sasa FRAZIER, Tim GRAHAM, Jon ACKERMAN, Pat WISNIEWSKI, Alan TRAVIS, Ross Team Totals

05 11 14 20 21 23 25 32 34 43

200

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

11-27 4-8 6-7

40.7% 50.0% 85.7%

* *

* * *

4-9 0-2 1-6 0-0 0-1 2-3 9-24 1-5 0-0 0-0 2-5 19-55

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

FT-FTA

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

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

8-17

12-16

8-28 4-9 6-9

28.6% 44.4% 66.7%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 3 1 10

Game: Game: Game:

1 2 4 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 4 1 19

1 3 4 0 0 3 2 7 0 0 7 2 29

19-55 8-17 12-16

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

5 5 4 0 0 3 4 3 0 0 4

11 0 9 0 0 4 26 2 0 0 6

2 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0

0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 3

1 1 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0

26 30 38 1 6 14 39 23 1 1 21

28

58

8

0 2 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 1 10

8

8

200

34.5% 47.1% 75.0%

Deadball Rebounds 1

INDIANA 75 • 25-7

PF

TP

3 3 4 1 3 1 0 0

2 15 4 27 11 6 0 0

15

65

A TO Blk

1 0 1 0 5 0 0 1

8

3 1 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 12

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Stl

1

40.0% 42.9% 83.3%

0 0 2 0 4 1 0 1 8

Min

17 27 36 40 35 21 8 16

200

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Tim Clougherty, Ray Perone, Larry Scirotto Technical fouls: Michigan-None. Penn State-None. Attendance: 9564 Score by periods Michigan Penn State

March 8, 2012 @ Indianapolis, Ind.

PENN STATE 58 • 12-20

Penn State 65 • 12-19, 4-14 ##

PENN STATE LEADERS Scoring Leader: Frazier (26) Rebounding Leader: Travis & Graham (7) Assist Leader: Frazier (4)

#15/15 INDIANA 75 PENN STATE 58

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA

##

Player

00

BARNETT, Kory HULLS, Jordan WATFORD, Christian OLADIPO, Victor SHEEHEY, Will MOORE, Daniel JONES III, Verdell ETHERINGTON, Austin ABELL, Remy PRITCHARD, Tom ROTH, Matt ELSTON, Derek ZELLER, Cody Team Totals

01 02 04 10 11 12 13 23 25 30 32 40

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

10-27 5-9 13-15

37.0% 55.6% 86.7%

* * * *

*

FT-FTA

0-0 7-10 2-11 1-8 2-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-5 1-1 4-9

0-0 4-6 0-2 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 1-1 0-0

0-0 2-2 10-10 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 11-15

19-52

8-18

29-36

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

9-25 3-9 16-21

36.0% 33.3% 76.2%

Rebounds Off Def Tot

0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 5 16

Game: Game: Game:

0 0 8 8 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 3 2 29

0 0 10 10 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 10 7 45

19-52 8-18 29-36

PF

TP

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Min

0 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 1 2

0 20 14 5 5 0 0 0 2 0 6 4 19

0 1 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 31 33 32 27 1 6 2 6 10 14 6 31

16

75

11

0 2 0 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 11

2

4

200

36.5% 44.4% 80.6%

Deadball Rebounds 5

Officials: Ed Hightower, Ray Perone & D.J. Carstensen Technical fouls: PENN STATE-None. INDIANA-None. Attendance: Session I Attendance: 17,936

Total

71 65

Last FG - MICH 2nd-00:41, PSU 2nd-00:01. Largest lead - MICH by 19 2nd-11:33, PSU by 4 1st-15:53.

Points MICH PSU

In Paint 16 28

Off T/O 15 17

2nd Chance 3 15

Fast Break 5 8

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 4 times.

Bench 17 6

Score by periods PENN STATE INDIANA

1st

2nd

Total

32 38

26 37

58 75

Last FG - PSU 2nd-00:35, IND 2nd-01:33. Largest lead - PSU by 1 1st-18:35, IND by 22 2nd-07:10.

s Penn State gained a reputation for all-out hustle and diving on the floor in coach Patrick Chambers first season leading the program.

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Points PSU IND

In Paint 20 20

Off T/O 6 11

2nd Chance 8 20

Fast Break 7 7

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

Bench 4 12


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NITTANY LION BASKETBALL HISTORY PENN STATE BASKETBALL HISTORY n YEARS PLAYING: 117 (as of 2012-13) n FIRST YEAR: 1897 n Games Played: 2,427 n RECORD: 1,361-1,066 (56.1%) n FIRST YEAR IN BIG TEN: 1992-93 n BIG TEN RECORD: 107-233 (20 Seasons) n 20+win seasons: 10 (last 2009) n Season win record: 27 (2009) n post-season appearances: 19 NCAA: 9 (last 2011) NCAA FINAL FOUR: 1 (1954) NCAA RECORD: 9-11 NCAA YEARS: 1942, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1965, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2011 NIT: 10 (last 2009) NIT CHAMPIONSHIP: 1 (2009) NIT SEMIFINALS: 5 (1990, ‘95, ‘98, ‘00, ‘09) NIT RECORD: 22-9 NIT YEARS: 1966, 1980, 1989, 1990, 1992 1995, 1998, 2000, 2006, 2009 n HEAD COACHES: 12 Burke Herman (1916-17, 1920-23) Hugo Bezdek (1919) Earl Leslie (1933-36) John Lawther (1937-49) Elmer Gross (1950-54) John Egli (1955-68) John Bach (1969-78) Dick Harter (1979-83) Bruce Parkhill (1984-95) Jerry Dunn (1996-2003) Ed DeChellis (2004-2011) Patrick Chambers (2012-present) n WINNINGEST HEAD COACH: John Egli (187-135, 14 years) n FACILITIES: 3 The Armory (1887-1929, 32 seasons) Rec Hall (1929-1995, 68 1/2 seasons) Bryce Jordan Center (1996-present) n JORDAN CENTER RECORD: 165-100 (16 1/2 seasons) (62.2%) n ALL-AMERICAN SELECTIONS: 4 Jesse Arnelle, F (1st team, 1954) Jesse Arnelle, F (2nd team, 1955) John Barr, G (3rd team, 1941) Jesse Arnelle, F (3rd team, 1952) n ALL-BIG TEN SELECTIONS: 14 players FIRST TEAM: 7 selections (6 players) SECOND TEAM: 9 selections THIRD TEAM: 14 selections n CONFERENCE AFFILIATIONS: 5 Eastern Intercollegiate Conference, 1936-39 (4 years) Eastern Collegiate Basketball League, 1977 (1 year) Eastern Eight, 1978-79 (1 year) Atlantic 10, 1983-91 (9 years) Big Ten 1993-present

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s All-American Jesse Arnelle led Penn State to the 1954 NCAA Final Four and held the Nittany Lions’ all-time scoring record for 56 years. He stands second all-time in scoring and first in rebounding in the Penn State records book.

Penn State has a long and storied tradition in basketball. Nearly 1,400 all-time wins, one NCAA Final Four (1954), five NIT Finals appearances (1990, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2009) and the 2009 NIT Championship, nine NCAA Tournament and 10 National Invitation Tournament appearances have highlighted more than a century of basketball history at University Park. Victories started accumulating in 1897, when basketball became the first indoor sport at Penn State. Dr. James Naismith had invented the game six years before in Springfield, Mass. Penn State played a two-game series with Bucknell that first season, with each school winning at home. The schedule included three games in 1898, five in 1899 and 14 in 1908. In its early years, the team was without a formal coach. Athletic director W.N. “Pop” Golden encouraged development of the program by naming Burke M. “Dutch” Hermann the first full-time coach in 1916. Hermann, who had been team captain in 1910, compiled a 148-74 record in 15 seasons. He coached two seasons, served during World War I, then returned to Penn State in 1920 and remained as coach until 1932. The Armory, constructed in 1888-89 and razed in 1964 to make room for an addition to Willard Building, was the original site for Penn State basketball. The first African-American to compete in intercollegiate athletics for Penn State was a basket-

ball player — Cumberland W. Posey, Jr. A member of the 1910-11 inter-class team, he became a legend in Pittsburgh sports history. Posey was owner/player for the famed Leondi Club, an independent basketball team which was the National Negro Championship team for many years. He also was the founder and co-owner of the Homestead Greys professional baseball team. The 1917-18 team did not have a coach, but still managed to post a 12-1 mark. Hugo Bezdek, who coached the football team from 1918-29, directed the cagers in 1919 to an 11-2 record. Frank Wolf scored a record 36 points on 18 field goals in an 86-12 win over Susquehanna on Jan. 25, 1919. That mark stood for 33 years, until New Rochelle, N.Y., freshman Jesse Arnelle began his rampage on the Penn State record book. Hermann’s teams were especially dominant over a six-year stretch. Beginning with the 191920 season, Penn State put together a record of 73-13 over six seasons, which included outscoring its opponents by a two-to-one margin in 1921. Designated free throw shooter and star forward John Reed scored 583 points from 1922-24, including an Eastern high of 242 in 1923. Team captain in 1924, Ken Loeffler is a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. A native of Beaver Falls, Pa., Loeffler coached LaSalle to the 1954 NCAA title and a runner-up finish the following year. Rec Hall opened its doors to the public on

Jan. 15, 1929 as Hermann’s squad defeated Gettysburg, 37-34, in overtime. The building was dedicated in March of 1929. The Nittany Lions made Hermann’s final game a memorable one by defeating Pittsburgh, 40-30, on March 12, 1932, in the Steel City. It marked Penn State’s first win over the Panthers in five years. Earl “Spike” Leslie, a 1922 Oregon graduate, followed Hermann as coach. Leslie’s teams won 29 and lost 28 from 1933-36. The nation was in the midst of the Great Depression and in ‘33, the Nittany Lions played just 11 games (7-4) — their fewest since 1916. The following season, the team was 8-4. Penn State joined the “fast” Eastern Intercollegiate Conference (Carnegie Tech, Georgetown, Pittsburgh, Temple, West Virginia and Penn State) in 1935-36 and was winless in 10 conference games. Leslie was succeeded by John Lawther, a leading proponent of the zone defense. Lawther, a 1919 graduate of Westminster College, was the architect of the Titans’ 1934 upset of St. John’s, 37-33, in the first college basketball doubleheader at Madison Square Garden. He coached the Nittany Lions from 1937-49, compiling a 150-93 record. Lawther still ranks among the winningest coaches in PSU history (317-127, 71.4 percent). Lawther was well known for combing the campus and uncovering raw six-footers, then gradually molding them into finished products. His teams


Penn State’s Head Coaches Records & Accomplishments

Seasons 1897-15, ‘18 1916-17, ‘20-32 1919 1933-36 1937-49 1950-54 1955-68 1969-78 1979-83 1984-95 1996-03 2004-2011

Coach Years Games No Coach 20 195 Burke Hermann 15 222 Hugo Bezdek 1 13 Earl Leslie 4 57 John Lawther 13 243 Elmer Gross 5 120 John Egli 14 322 John Bach 10 243 Dick Harter 5 140 Bruce Parkhill 12 350 Jerry Dunn 8 238 Ed DeChellis 8 252

2012-present

Patrick Chambers 1

32

Totals

2,427

rarely featured players who starred in high school or prep school. His first Penn State team finished 10-7 overall and 6-4 in the EIC in 1937. Lawther’s sliding-zone defense continually stumped more talented teams. His tactics, however, were held in contempt by many of the nation’s coaches. Rhode Island coach Frank Keaney declared the zone “Un-American.” Bristled Lawther, “The idea of the game is to win, isn’t it?” John Barr, a Converse third-team All-American in 1941, scored 519 points during his threeyear varsity career and became the first Nittany Lion in the modern era to top 500 career points. Lawther’s 1941-42 team was the first in school history to qualify for the NCAA Tournament — an eight-team event at the time. The Lions lost to eventual runner-up Dartmouth,

W 131 148 11 29 150 80 187 122 79 181 117 114

L 65 73 2 28 93 40 135 121 61 169 121 138

Pct. 67.2 66.7 84.6 50.9 61.7 66.7 58.1 50.1 56.4 51.7 49.2 45.2

Postseason/Notable 1 tie Penn State captain (1910), four-year letterman, lettered in football (1911) Penn State football coach (1918-29), athletic director (1918-36), AA fullback, Hall of Fame Football letterman at Oregon (1919-21), Pacific Coast Conference first team (1920) 1942 NCAA, NAIA Hall of Fame, Helms Foundation Hall of Fame, architect of sliding zone 1952 NCAA, 1954 NCAA Final Four (No. 9 in AP), first NCAA tourney player and coach 1955 NCAA, 1965 NCAA, 1966 NIT, Penn State captain (1943), All-NCAA East Regional (1942) 1972 U.S. Olympic assistant coach, NIT Hall of Fame, NBA head and assistant coach 1980 NIT, NBA head and assistant coach 1991 NCAA, 1989 NIT, 1990 NIT, 1992 NIT, 1995 NIT, 1991 A-10 title, 1990 A-10 Coach of the Year 1996 NCAA, 2001 NCAA, 1998 NIT, 2000 NIT, NABC District 3 Coach of the Year (2001) 2011 NCAA, 2009 NIT Champions, 2006 & 2009 NIT, Big Ten Coach of the Year (2009)

12

20

.375

12th head coach, Introduced June 6, 2011

1,361 1,066

56.1

9 NCAA Tournaments, 1 Final Four, 10 NIT, 1 NIT Title, 1 Conference Tournament Title (A-10)

44-39, in the first round of the East Regional in New Orleans. Penn State defeated the Big Ten champion “Whiz Kids” from Illinois, 41-34, for third in the region. The Lions closed the season at 18-3 — a school record for wins — and claimed 10th in the final Dunkel Index. Two key players on that team were Elmer Gross and John Egli. Both would later coach the Nittany Lions. Herschel Baltimore, who played for the NBA’s St. Louis Bombers in ‘47, and Gross tied for the team leadership in scoring with 179 points apiece. Basketball at Penn State continued despite World War II. Nittany Lion stars during this era included David Hornstein, Sylvester Bozinski, Walter Hatkevich and Jack Biery, who was the second Nittany Lion (after John Barr) to surpass

the 500 career point mark. Two memorable games from the 40’s would be the five-overtime loss to Temple in 1945 and a 50-46 win over fifth-ranked West Virginia in 1948. When Lawther retired from coaching, following the 1948-49 season, the Centre Daily Times wrote: “There has been widespread criticism of the deliberate style of offense and the slidingzone defense he developed. He used both to fit the game to the brand of material he had on-hand without the benefit of scholarships. And yet his most severe critics were the first to applaud him when his team accomplished a particularly brilliant upset.” Elmer Gross and John Egli, both John Lawther products, followed their mentor in leading the Penn State program. Gross’ teams were 80-40

s The Nittany Lions celebrated a 74-69 victory over No. 16 UCLA in the first round of the 1991 NCAA Tournament.

from 1950-54 and gained NCAA Tournament berths in 1952 and 1954. On Jan. 18, 1950, Marty Costa scored 32 points against American, breaking Nick Dietterick’s modern record of 27 points scored March 8, 1947 vs. Colgate. In 1951, Lou Lamie scored 319 points and became the first Nittany Lion to go over 300 in one season and the first Penn Stater to eclipse 600 in a career with 666 points in three seasons. Hardy Williams became the first AfricanAmerican varsity basketball player at Penn State lettering in 1951 and 1952. He captained the 1951-52 team that went 20-6 and earned Penn State’s second-ever NCAA Tournament bid, falling to No. 1 ranked and defending NCAA champion Kentucky, a segregated team led by Adolph

s Talor Battle became the Nittany Lions all-time leading scorer (2,213 points) and led the Lions to the 2011 NCAA Tournament.

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s Craig Collins led Penn State in scoring in 1985 and set the all-time season free throw mark hitting 95.9 percent.

s The Rec Hall crowd swarms the floor celebrating a big win in the 1960’s.

Rupp. Williams graduated in the top 20 of his class and went on to become a political powerhouse in Philadelphia serving as a state senator and state representative, influencing the election of governors and mayors and becoming known as the “godfather of black independent politics.” Penn State’s 24-9 win over Pittsburgh on March 1, 1952, known as the “Freeze Game,” attracted national attention. In the NCAA Tournament, the Lions caught Adolph Rupp’s No. 1-ranked Kentucky Wildcats in the first round and lost, 82-54. Led by 1954 All-America center and former Board of Trustees Vice President Jesse Arnelle, Penn State advanced to the 1954 NCAA Final Four with victories over Toledo, Louisiana State and Notre Dame. The Lions lost to eventual champion LaSalle and coach Tom Gola, 69-54, in Kansas City. Penn State defeated Southern California, 70-61, for third place. Arnelle was named MVP of the East Regional at Iowa City and earned a spot on the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament team. The Nittany Lions were ranked ninth in the final Associated Press poll. “(LSU’s) Bob Pettit was a very well known player and I suppose everybody in the East knew who Jesse Arnelle was,” said Bob Brooks, the 50year voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes, who called the regional for KCRG radio in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. “But in those days you didn’t have television and video tape and all that stuff, so you got surprised by players sometimes. For that day, (Penn State’s regional championship) was a pretty good sized upset.” Gross recalled his directive to the team: “Notre Dame just out-muscled and out-hustled (Indiana). They beat the heck out of them on the boards. The winner of the East Regional was supposed to win the whole thing, and of course, Penn State was given no chance at all.”

Arnelle became one of the first 10 collegiate players in history to score 2,000 career points Feb. 23, 1955 at Rutgers. Jim Lacy of Loyola (Md.) was the first in 1949. Arnelle finished his brilliant career with 2,138 points in 102 games, a mark that stood as the Penn State record for 56 years. Arnelle’s 1,238 rebounds still stand as the top career mark by a Nittany Lion. Arnelle averaged a Penn State record 21.0 ppg and 12.1 rpg over his four-year career. Egli guided Penn State back to the NCAA Tournament in 1955. After a 59-55 win over Memphis State in Lexington, Ky., the Lions were zapped by Iowa and Kentucky. The seven-year period from 1956-62, was wedged in between two great eras in the sport’s “Happy Valley” history: the Jesse Arnelle-led teams of ‘52-55 and the Bob Weiss and Carver Clinton led teams of ‘63-66. The aggregate record of these seven teams was 80-79. The success of the early 50’s made Penn State a nationally recognized program and Egli continued to play the best schedule his resources would allow. On Feb. 15, 1958, No. 1-ranked West Virginia hung on for a 74-71 win over the Lions at Rec Hall. Sophomore Jerry West had 24 points for the Mountaineers. Ron Rainey scored 20 for Penn State. This era produced several standout players: Rainey from Johnstown, Pa., Bob Edwards from Bridgeton, N.J., Wally Colender from Trenton, N.J., and high-scoring Earl Hoffman from Steelton, Pa. However, the two marquee players were Sharon, Pa., schoolboy star Mark DuMars and Pittsburgh native Gene Harris. Both are members of Penn State’s 1,000-point club. As a high school senior, DuMars led Sharon to the 1957 PIAA state title. A 5-10 guard, he av-

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eraged 21.3 points per game in ‘59-60 and twice was named UPI honorable-mention All-American. DuMars graduated as the Nittany Lions’ second all-time leading scorer. Harris, an over-achieving 6-3 forward, averaged 14.8 points and 11.0 rebounds in 69 career games. On Dec. 27, 1961, in Penn State’s second game of the Quaker City Classic in Philadelphia, Harris poured in a school-record 46 points against Holy Cross. He topped his season average by 27 points, sinking 17-of-37 field goal tries, 12 free throws and snaring 23 boards. Egli was building for a return to glory in the mid-60’s and the successful recruitment of Weiss from Athens, Pa., in ‘61 and Clinton from Selma, Ala., in ‘62 started the process. A one-point loss to West Virginia late in the season coupled with an earlier 20-point loss to Pittsburgh — both at Rec Hall — probably kept the ‘62-63 Lions (15-5) out of post-season play. Hoffman, the team’s top scorer (21.7), was the only starter to graduate. In 1963-64, the Lions won 12 of their last 13 games, finished 16-7 and were left out in the cold. A four-game road skid in early January proved to be damaging. Weiss (17.0), Bob Donato (13.4), Clinton (13.1) and Ray Saunders (10.5) had given Egli four solid scorers, and three were back the next year. The expansion of Rec Hall necessitated the 1964-65 home-opener against seventh-ranked Syracuse to be played in South Gym. The Lions blasted the Orange, 81-59, Dec. 5 and followed that victory with a road sweep of Kansas and Kansas State. Penn State also repeated as champion of the Motor City Classic, downing Houston and Detroit. Egli’s squad won 13 straight games to end the regular season, achieved a Top 20 ranking and was invited to the 1965 NCAA Tournament for the first time since ‘55.

At the Palestra in Philadelphia, Bill Bradley scored 22 points to lead Princeton to a 60-58 win over the Lions, who finished at 20-4. Despite the loss of Weiss (who Egli called “the best Penn State guard in 25 years”), the Lions retooled and put together another great season in 1965-66. Five starters averaged in twin figures, including sophomore Jeff Persson, whose buzzer shot nipped Syracuse Feb. 28 and preserved a 27-game home winning streak. Four consecutive road wins by a total of six points in late December enabled Penn State to finish 18-5 before a first-round loss to to San Francisco in the 1966 NIT. Erwin Mueller paced the Dons with 31 points and 14 rebounds. Egli’s final two teams posted marks of 10-14 and 10-10, respectively, in ‘67 and ‘68. Persson led the team in scoring and free throw percentage both years. A zone defensive team since 1937, Penn State had a new look in 1968-69. Highly successful Fordham coach John Bach brought pressure man-to-man defense to State College and put together a mark of 122-121 from 1969-78. Bach’s first team played its first seven games away from home and finished 13-9, including two wins over Pittsburgh and West Virginia and a win against Syracuse. Lock Haven, Pa., product Tom Daley led the ‘69 (14.2) and ‘70 (15.3) teams in scoring. In 1971-72, Bach was beginning to pull together the elements necessary for Penn State to make a run at post-season play. Guard/forward Ron Brown, a Brooklyn, N.Y., native, earned ECAC Sophomore of the Year honors in ‘72 as the Lions finished 17-8. An estimated 8,000 spectators crammed Rec Hall on Feb. 16 to see the Lions defeat sixth-ranked Virginia, 86-74. The Lions won 12-of-15 games to end the season, but received no post-season invitation.


s John Amaechi was named the Academic All-American of the Year in 1995 and played five seasons in the NBA.

s Calvin Booth set a Big Ten and Penn State career record for blocked shots and was a second-team All-Big Ten selection in 1999. He was selected in the second round of the 1999 NBA draft and went on to play for a decade.

s All-Big Ten guard Joe Crispin ranks third on the PSU scoring charts with 1,986 points.

Penn State was 15-6 with two games left to play in ‘72-73 when sophomore center and leading scorer (14.7) Randy Meister broke his hand. The Lions dropped both games, finished 15-8 and out of the NCAA/NIT mix. All five starters were back, including ferocious rebounder Jon Marshall, in ‘73-74 when the Lions made their last stand. But four losses by a total of eight points through December put this club behind the eight ball. Penn State ended up 14-12, but did manage to collect one of the greatest wins in school history. Brown scored 32 points, including the game-winner at the buzzer, to lift the Lions to a 66-64 win over seventh-ranked Pittsburgh at Rec Hall. The Panthers had won 22 in a row. Bach’s last four teams had losing records, but did feature long-range bomber Jeff Miller (1,008 career points). Future NBA coach Dick Harter became the Lions’ eighth coach in 1978 and posted a 79-61 log in five seasons. Harter’s intensity quickly rubbed off on the squad. His first team (1978-79) played possibly the toughest schedule in school history — to that point — and posted a respectable 12-18 mark. Freshman guard Mike Edelman led the team in scoring (11.4 ppg). The Lions were 4-6 in their third season in the Eastern 8. Penn State played as an independent for three seasons beginning in 1979-80. Led by junior center Frank Brickowski, efficient point-guard Tom Wilkinson (who held the career record of 485 assists), Edelman and top recruits Mike Lang and Rich Fetter, the Lions won 12 of their final 14 games to finish the regular-season 18-9. For the first time in 14 years, Penn State was extended a post-season bid and lost in the first round of the 1980 NIT at Alabama, 53-49. Lebanon, Pa., forward Steve Kuhn closed his career with 1,057 points.

While the Lions had winning seasons the next three years, they did not return to post-season play. Penn State rejoined the Eastern 8, renamed the Atlantic 10 Conference, for the ‘82-83 season. Brickowski had a fine year in ‘80-81, averaging 13.0 points, 6.3 boards and shooting 60.1 percent from the floor. He was a third round draft pick of the New York Knicks, opted to play overseas and returned to enjoy an eventual 12-year NBA career. Edelman and Lang, a starter in all 110 career games, both topped 1,000 points. Two overtime losses are among the most memorable games of the early 1980’s. On Dec. 28, 1981, the Lions lost a heartbreaker to No. 1-ranked North Carolina, 56-50, in the first round of the Cable Car Classic at Santa Clara, Calif. The Tar Heels’ lineup included Michael Jordan, James Worthy and Sam Perkins. On Dec. 11, 1982, 11th-ranked Alabama defeated the Lions, 75-67, in raucous Rec Hall. State College native Bruce Parkhill returned home to lead the Lions in 1983-84. Parkhill’s squads demonstrated steady improvement over his 12 years as head coach. His first five teams were a combined 53-84, but four straight 20-win seasons (1989-92) sent the Nittany Lions into the Big Ten riding a wave of success. In 1985, guard Craig Collins set a NCAA free throw shooting record at 95.9 percent. Penn State broke through with a 20-12 slate in 1988-89. It was the Lions’ first 20-win season since 1964-65 as the team advanced to postseason play (NIT) for the first time in nine years. Parkhill’s squads were 25-9, 21-11 and 21-8, respectively, the next three years and made four consecutive post-season tournament appearances. An 89-73 victory against Murray State in the 1989 NIT marked the Nittany Lions’ first national post-season win in 34 years. Five of Penn State’s

On Dec. 19, 1989, Penn State announced it was joining the Big Ten Conference. And although the transition timetable had not completely been worked out, the first domino had fallen in the realignment of collegiate athletics. At first it seemed the Nittany Lions would have to wait at least three to five years to begin conference play in basketball. On Jan. 28, 1991, Pennsylvania Governor Robert P. Casey released $16.8 million, almost half of the total state authorization, for the design and planning of the University’s Academic/ Athletic Convocation & Events Center. One month later, the Big Ten approved Penn State’s participation in basketball for 1992-93 — two years earlier than some scenarios had forecasted. Parkhill again faced the task of rebuilding the program as the Nittany Lions were lacking personnel, but preparing to enter one of the nation’s elite basketball conferences. The uncertainty of the Big Ten transition, the graduation of the best backcourt in school history and a series of injuries left the team short for its inaugural Big Ten season. After a three-point loss to defending champion Ohio State in their Big Ten debut, the Lions mustered a great effort Feb. 9 in falling to Bob Knight’s No. 1-ranked Indiana Hoosiers, 88-84, in double-overtime. From overall and conference records of 7-20 (2-16) in 1993 to 13-14 (6-12) in ‘94 and 21-11 (9-9) in ‘95, Penn State demonstrated steady progress since joining the Big Ten. At the “center” of the improvement was John Amaechi — the Lions’ first All-Big Ten firstteam selection. College basketball’s Academic All-American of the Year in ‘95, Amaechi scored 1,310 points, grabbed 745 rebounds and blocked 191 shots in just three seasons after transferring from Vanderbilt.

seven 20-win seasons and 10 of the school’s 16 post-season (NCAA or NIT) victories came under Parkhill. Behind center Ed Fogell, the Nittany Lions equaled their best finish in a national tournament, placing third in the 1990 NIT. The following season, Penn State tied for third place in the Atlantic 10 regular-season standings, but won the Atlantic 10 Tournament, qualified for the 1991 NCAA Tournament and knocked off 16th-ranked UCLA, 74-69, in the first round. It was the Nittany Lions’ first NCAA appearance in 26 years and first NCAA win since 1955. Playing as an independent in 1991-92, Penn State compiled a 21-8 slate, including a firstround loss to Pittsburgh, 67-65, in the 1992 NIT. Eight of 29 Lions to crack 1,000 points played for Parkhill. The first was guard Tony Ward (1985-88), who sank 100 career threepointers. Next was Colorado sharp-shooter Tom Hovasse (1986-89). Fogell (1985-90) capped a brilliant senior year by topping 1,000 points and shooting 60.8 percent from the floor and 81.2 percent from the line. Burly forward James Barnes (1988-91) cracked the barrier in the memorable NCAA win over UCLA. The magnificent backcourt duo of Freddie Barnes and Monroe Brown (both 198992) compiled an 82-34 mark when starting together (47-4 at home) and never lost three games in a row. Both eclipsed 1,000 career points. Barnes also set career marks for minutes played (4,038) and assists (600). Brown had 239 career steals, second only to Ron Brown. Another star of the early 1990’s was forward DeRon Hayes (1990-93). A starter in a then record 120 games, Hayes scored 184 points in 13 career Atlantic 10, NIT and NCAA tournament games (14.2 ppg.). His 15-foot jumper was a key in Penn State’s game-plan.

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s Jarrett Stephens was Penn State’s first consensus (coaches and media) first-team All-Big Ten selection in 2000.

s Led by All-Big Ten point guard Talor Battle and NIT MVP Jamelle Cornley, Penn State won the 2009 National Invitation Tournament.

The ‘93-94 campaign was highlighted by backto-back home wins against 18th-ranked Minnesota and No. 7 Purdue. In ‘94-95, Penn State rallied to win eight of its last 11 games, reached the 1995 NIT semifinals and won 20 games for the first time since joining the Big Ten (the fifth time in seven years). Guard Dan Earl was named to the All-Tournament team. On Sept. 6, 1995, longtime assistant coach Jerry Dunn was named Penn State’s 10th head coach as he replaced Bruce Parkhill, who retired. The Nittany Lions went 21-7 in 1995-96 under Dunn and earned a No. 5 seed in the 1996 NCAA Tournament. The Bryce Jordan Center opened on Jan. 11, 1996 with a 76-61 dismantling of Minnesota. The 1997-98 squad overcame injuries once again and posted an impressive 19-13 overall mark, placed seventh in the Big Ten with an 8-8 record (just one game out of a tie for fifth place) and had an amazing post-season run that saw the team advance to the 1998 NIT title game, its first-ever. Senior Pete Lisicky concluded a stellar career with 1,605 points and as the all-time leader in threes with 332, a mark that stood as the Big Ten record until 2011. The 1999-2000 team bounced back from a 5-11 Big Ten regular season to advance to the semi-finals of the Big Ten Tournament in Chicago. A two-game win streak in the tournament included a win over tourney No. 1 seed and fifth-ranked Ohio State in the quarterfinals. Penn State then went on a 3-0 run in the 2000 NIT and advanced to the finals in Madison Square Garden for the second time in three years. Senior Jarrett Stephens became the first player in Nittany Lion history to be voted to both the coaches and media first team All-Big Ten squads.

a 2005-06 team that reached the post-season and posted a 15-15 record and 6-10 Big Ten mark, both the best in five seasons. Penn State hosted a game in the 2006 NIT and pulled the biggest road upset in program history with a 66-65 defeat of No. 6-ranked Illinois in Champaign that ended a 33-game home win streak, then tied for the nation’s longest. Cornley joined Claxton as the program’s 28th 1,000-point scorer in the 2007-08 season as Penn State went 15-16 and posted a 7-11 Big Ten mark and seventh place conference finish, its best since 2001. The Lions won five-straight Big Ten home games, their longest streak since 1996, to end the season, including victories over No. 7 Michigan State and No. 19 Indiana. Penn State’s 13-4 home record equaled its most wins ever in the BJC. Penn State built on the success the following year posting a school-record 27-11 record, including seven victories after March 1 and fivestraight to claim the 2009 NIT Championship. Penn State’s 69-63 victory over Baylor in Madison Square Garden, turned white with more than 30 bus loads of fans from State College, gave the Nittany Lions their first-ever national tournament title in program history. Cornley was named the NIT MVP after posting 18 points and seven boards in the game while playing with a heavily wrapped left shoulder. Led by first-team All-Big Ten point-guard Talor Battle, who led the conference in scoring during the regular season and set a single-season PSU assist record with 189, Penn State posted victories over four Top 25 ranked teams, including an upset of No. 9 Michigan State, an eventual Final Four team, in East Lansing. DeChellis was named the Big Ten Coach of the Year, just the second PSU coach ever hon-

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In 2001, the Nittany Lions took their fans on an unprecedented ride to the school’s firstever modern day NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. Regular season wins over Kentucky, Temple, and Illinois plus a Big Ten tourney win over Michigan State helped the Lions secure a bid to the 2001 NCAA Tournament. Penn State, the seven seed in the South Regional in New Orleans, downed Providence in the first round then shocked second-seeded North Carolina to advance to the Sweet 16. A third-round loss to Temple did not dampen what had been a thrilling season. Joe Crispin, Gyasi Cline-Heard and Titus Ivory earned All-Big Ten honors while Crispin won the national three-point contest and Ivory participated in the NABC All-Star game as part of the Final Four festivities in Minneapolis. On April 3, 2003, former assistant Ed DeChellis returned to Penn State as the school’s 11th head coach. DeChellis, who was an assistant under Parkhill and Dunn, came to Penn State after a very successful seven-year run as head coach at East Tennessee State. While at ETSU, DeChellis turned a last-place team into champions of the Southern Conference. DeChellis quickly went to work rebuilding the Penn State program. DeChellis had players selected to the Big Ten All-Freshman team each of his first three years, the first ever selections for Penn State, and saw Jamelle Cornley named the 2006 Big Ten Freshman of the Year. Forward Geary Claxton emerged as one of Penn State’s best players in years, earning NABC AllDistrict 1 honors in 2006 and All-Big Ten honors twice before tearing his ACL in his senior season. Claxton finished his career fifth all-time in scoring (1,542) and fourth in rebounding (755) at Penn State. Claxton and Cornley were cornerstones on

ored with a coach of the year award. Battle was one of two players in NCAA Division I to average better than 18.5 ppg, 5.3 rpg and 4.0 apg in 2009-10 and was the only BCS conference player to lead his team in points, rebounds, assists and steals. Battle became the Nittany Lions’ all-time leading scorer in his senior season of 2010-11 as he led Penn State to the 2011 NCAA Tournament, the program’s first appearance in a decade. Battle finished second in the Big Ten averaging 20.2 ppg, the highest average for a Nittany Lion in 48 years. Battle finished his career with 2,213 points (1st), 625 rebounds (14th), 517 assists (3rd) and 317 threes (2nd) becoming just the fourth player in NCAA Division I history to log at least 2,000 points, 600 rebounds and 500 assists. He also became the Lions’ all-time leader in career starts (134) and Big Ten all-time leader in minutes played (4,799) while earning Associated Press honorable-mention All-American honors and first-team All-Big Ten, NABC All-District and USBWA All-District honors. Just two months after the NCAA run, DeChellis departed to take the head coaching job at Navy. On June 6, Penn State introduced Philadelphia native Patrick Chambers as the 12th head coach in program history. Chambers had spent the previous two seasons leading Boston University, taking the Terriers to the 2011 America East Conference title and NCAA Tournament. In his first season at the helm, Chambers guided junior guard Tim Frazier to first-team AllBig Ten honors as Frazier became just the sixth Lion to be so recognized. Frazier set a Penn State season assist record with 198 and became the first Lion to lead the Big Ten in assists and third to lead in steals in conference games.


Opp. Season W L Pts. Pts.

Head Coach

1897___________1_________ 1____________ 14________ 31______________________ None 1898___________2_________ 1____________ 43________ 27______________________ None 1899___________2_________ 3____________ 56________ 75______________________ None 1900___________7_________ 1___________ 132________ 71______________________ None 1901___________5_________ 1___________ 172________ 37______________________ None 1902___________9_________ 2___________ 406_______ 167______________________ None 1903*__________3_________ 5____ 1 tie____ 204_______ 162______________________ None 1904___________5_________ 4___________ 257_______ 159______________________ None 1905___________6_________ 2___________ 232_______ 169______________________ None 1906___________6_________ 4___________ 341_______ 196______________________ None 1907___________5_________ 6___________ 321_______ 274______________________ None 1908___________10________ 4___________ 413_______ 265______________________ None 1909___________7_________ 6___________ 391_______ 310______________________ None 1910___________8_________ 6___________ 425_______ 305______________________ None 1911___________9_________ 4___________ 372_______ 232______________________ None 1912___________8_________ 5___________ 373_______ 285______________________ None 1913___________8_________ 3___________ 359_______ 245______________________ None 1914___________8_________ 4___________ 399_______ 297______________________ None 1915___________10________ 3___________ 470_______ 353______________________ None 1916___________8_________ 3___________ 350_______ 279_______________Burke Hermann 1917___________12________ 2___________ 487_______ 375_______________Burke Hermann 1918___________12________ 1___________ 534_______ 358______________________ None 1919___________11________ 2___________ 532_______ 300________________ Hugo Bezdek 1920___________12________ 1___________ 546_______ 249_______________Burke Hermann 1921___________14________ 2___________ 643_______ 312_______________Burke Hermann 1922___________9_________ 5___________ 452_______ 300_______________Burke Hermann 1923___________13________ 1___________ 557_______ 302_______________Burke Hermann 1924___________13________ 2___________ 563_______ 302_______________Burke Hermann 1925___________12________ 2___________ 521_______ 335_______________Burke Hermann 1926___________7_________ 7___________ 468_______ 410_______________Burke Hermann 1927___________14________ 4___________ 653_______ 510_______________Burke Hermann 1928___________10________ 5___________ 552_______ 437_______________Burke Hermann 1929___________10________ 9___________ 624_______ 570_______________Burke Hermann 1930___________5_________ 9___________ 432_______ 488_______________Burke Hermann 1931___________3_________12___________ 457_______ 533_______________Burke Hermann 1932___________6_________ 9___________ 535_______ 509_______________Burke Hermann 1933___________7_________ 4___________ 407_______ 350__________________ Earl Leslie 1934___________8_________ 4___________ 408_______ 315__________________ Earl Leslie 1935___________8_________ 9___________ 618_______ 592__________________ Earl Leslie 1936___________6_________11___________ 568_______ 634__________________ Earl Leslie 1937___________10________ 7___________ 549_______ 483________________ John Lawther 1938___________13________ 5___________ 674_______ 553________________ John Lawther 1939___________13________10___________ 790_______ 693________________ John Lawther 1940___________15________ 8___________ 875_______ 666________________ John Lawther 1941___________15________ 5___________ 779_______ 539________________ John Lawther 1942 NCAA______18________ 3___________ 856_______ 656________________ John Lawther 1943___________15________ 4___________ 803_______ 597________________ John Lawther 1944___________8_________ 7___________ 547_______ 511________________ John Lawther 1945___________10________ 7___________ 731_______ 599________________ John Lawther 1946___________7_________ 9___________ 712_______ 674________________ John Lawther 1947___________10________ 8___________ 866_______ 784________________ John Lawther 1948___________9_________10___________ 852_______ 853________________ John Lawther 1949___________7_________10___________ 822_______ 830________________ John Lawther 1950___________13________10__________ 1314______ 1241_________________ Elmer Gross 1951___________14________ 9__________ 1378______ 1235_________________ Elmer Gross 1952 NCAA______20________ 6__________ 1709______ 1451_________________ Elmer Gross 1953___________15________ 9__________ 1613______ 1455_________________ Elmer Gross 1954 NCAA______18________ 6__________ 1662______ 1505_________________ Elmer Gross 1955 NCAA______18________10__________ 2203______ 1969___________________ John Egli 1956___________12________14__________ 1855______ 1901___________________ John Egli 1957___________15________10__________ 1633______ 1544___________________ John Egli 1958___________8_________11__________ 1204______ 1227___________________ John Egli 1959___________11________ 9__________ 1407______ 1328___________________ John Egli

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

Opp. Season W L Pts. Pts. 1960___________11________11__________ 1961___________11________13__________ 1962___________12________11__________ 1963___________15________ 5__________ 1964___________16________ 7__________ 1965 NCAA______20________ 4__________ 1966___________18________ 6__________ 1967___________10________14__________ 1968___________10________10__________ 1969___________13________ 9__________ 1970___________13________11__________ 1971___________10________12__________ 1972___________17________ 8__________ 1973___________15________ 8__________ 1974___________14________12__________ 1975___________11________12__________ 1976___________10________15__________ 1977___________11________15__________ 1978___________8_________19__________ 1979___________12________18__________ 1980___________18________10__________ 1981___________17________10__________ 1982___________15________12__________ 1983___________17________11__________ 1984___________5_________22__________ 1985___________8_________19__________ 1986___________12________17__________ 1987___________15________12__________ 1988___________13________14__________ 1989 NIT________20________12__________ 1990 NIT________25________ 9__________ 1991 NCAA______21________11__________ 1992 NIT________21________ 8__________ 1993___________7_________20__________ 1994___________13________14__________ 1995 NIT________21________11__________ 1996 NCAA______21________ 7__________ 1997___________10________17__________ 1998 NIT________19________13__________ 1999___________13________14__________ 2000 NIT________19________16__________ 2001 NCAA______21________12__________ 2002___________7_________21__________ 2003___________7_________21__________ 2004___________9_________19__________ 2005___________7_________23__________ 2006 NIT________15________15__________ 2007___________11________19__________ 2008___________15________16__________ 2009 NIT TITLE___27________11__________ 2010___________11________20__________ 2011 NCAA______19________15__________ 2012___________12________20__________

1555______ 1574______ 1456______ 1448______ 1793______ 1749______ 1764______ 1734______ 1446______ 1389______ 1602______ 1559______ 1883______ 1484______ 1676______ 1604______ 1813______ 1821______ 1893______ 1746______ 1752______ 1826______ 1657______ 2195______ 1847______ 1792______ 1777______ 1940______ 1824______ 2466______ 2343______ 2376______ 2129______ 1680______ 1913______ 2281______ 2095______ 1634______ 2334______ 1868______ 2572______ 2535______ 1777______ 1766______ 1630______ 1903______ 2021______ 1962______ 2019______ 2545______ 2013______ 2144______ 1977______

Head Coach

1514___________________ John Egli 1501___________________ John Egli 1490___________________ John Egli 1318___________________ John Egli 1566___________________ John Egli 1523___________________ John Egli 1640___________________ John Egli 1757___________________ John Egli 1433___________________ John Egli 1369__________________ John Bach 1627__________________ John Bach 1539__________________ John Bach 1703__________________ John Bach 1407__________________ John Bach 1630__________________ John Bach 1649__________________ John Bach 1777__________________ John Bach 1921__________________ John Bach 2006__________________ John Bach 1849__________________ Dick Harter 1600__________________ Dick Harter 1611__________________ Dick Harter 1698__________________ Dick Harter 2108__________________ Dick Harter 2000________________ Bruce Parkhill 1933________________ Bruce Parkhill 1960________________ Bruce Parkhill 1824________________ Bruce Parkhill 1754________________ Bruce Parkhill 2273________________ Bruce Parkhill 2172________________ Bruce Parkhill 2208________________ Bruce Parkhill 1889________________ Bruce Parkhill 1915________________ Bruce Parkhill 1920________________ Bruce Parkhill 2063________________ Bruce Parkhill 1794__________________ Jerry Dunn 1780__________________ Jerry Dunn 2201__________________ Jerry Dunn 1801__________________ Jerry Dunn 2528__________________ Jerry Dunn 2473__________________ Jerry Dunn 2029__________________ Jerry Dunn 2040__________________ Jerry Dunn 1874_________________Ed DeChellis 2121_________________Ed DeChellis 2038_________________Ed DeChellis 2038_________________Ed DeChellis 2067_________________Ed DeChellis 2378_________________Ed DeChellis 2005_________________Ed DeChellis 2126_________________Ed DeChellis 2106_____________ Patrick Chambers

TOTAL_________1,361__ 1,066____ 1 tie_ 141,709____ 133,960 *Played one tie game._

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*Played one tie


NOTABLE VICTORIES Penn State 71 Notre Dame 63 NCAA Tournament Mar. 13, 1954 Iowa City, Iowa

The Nittany Lions ended Notre Dame’s 18-game winning streak and advanced to the NCAA Final Four. Jesse Arnelle (22), Jack Sherry (14), Jim Blocker (13) and Ed Haag (12) led Penn State in scoring.

Penn State 78 LSU 70

NCAA Tournament Mar. 12, 1954 Iowa City, Iowa

s Coach Ed DeChellis celebrates with seniors Jamelle Cornley and Danny Morrissey following the Lions’ 2009 NIT Championship game victory over Baylor.

Jesse Arnelle collected 24 points and 14 rebounds as Penn State defeated eighth-ranked LSU and Bob Pettit in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Penn State 66 Illinois 65 Feb. 4, 2006 Champaign, Ill.

In the first big win of coach Ed DeChellis’ tenure, Travis Parker scored 21 points, including the game winner with 8.5 seconds to play, and Geary Claxton added 20 as Penn State defeated No. 6-ranked Illinois 66-65 in a sold-out Assembly Hall for the biggest road upset in program history. The Illini’s Rich McBride had a potential game winning three-pointer waved off, having come just after the buzzer, ending the Illini’s 33-game home-court winning streak, then the longest in the nation. Penn State recovered after an early 13-0 deficit and Mike Walker hit all three of his three-pointers in the last 8:10 to spark the Lions.

Penn State 73 Kentucky 68 s North Carolina native Titus Ivory joined Joe Crispin and Gyasi Cline-Heard in scoring 21 points each in Penn State’s 82-74 victory over No. 5 North Carolina in the 2001 NCAA Tournament.

Penn State 82 North Carolina 74 NCAA Tournament Mar. 18, 2001 New Orleans, La.

Penn State’s senior trio of Gyasi Cline-Heard, Joe Crispin and Titus Ivory willed Penn State past No. 5-ranked and second-seeded North Carolina 8274 in front of an excited Superdome crowd in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The win moved Penn State into its first-ever modern day (expanded field) Sweet 16 appearance. Ivory, a North Carolina native, Crispin and Cline-Heard each scorded 21 points in the win.

s Deron Hayes scored 16 points in Penn State’s 74-69 win over No. 16 UCLA in the 1991 NCAA Tournament.

s Calvin Booth had 17 points in the first game in the Bryce Jordan Center in 1996.

Penn State 74 UCLA 69

Penn State 69 Baylor 63

Bruce Parkhill’s squad rallied from a four-point halftime deficit to upset No. 16 UCLA in the first round and give Penn State its first NCAA tournament win since 1955. James Barnes scored 19 points and Deron Hayes added 16.

With 36 bus loads of fans shaking the floor of Madison Square Garden and legendary football coach Joe Paterno cheering behind the bench, Jamelle Cornley posted 18 points and seven rebounds to lead Penn State back from a 29-25 halftime deficit to the program’s first-ever national tournament title.

NCAA Tournament Mar. 15, 1991 Syracuse, N.Y.

Penn State 65 Michigan State 63 Big Ten Tournament Mar. 9, 2001 Chicago, Ill.

Joe Crispin’s thrilling off-balance trey with little time left capped a stunning 22 point performance and gave Penn State an upset win over No. 2 Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals. It also marked the highest ranked team that Penn State had ever beaten.

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National Invitation Tournament April 2, 2009 New York City, N.Y.

Penn State 72 Michigan State 68 Feb. 1, 2009 East Lansing, Mich.

Trailing by as many as 13 in the first half, Penn State rode a stellar 29-point performance from sophomore Talor Battle to down the ninth-ranked Spartans, an eventual Final Four team, and earn the program’s first-ever win in East Lansing, Mich.

Nov. 25, 2000 Lexington, Ky.

Penn State’s Crispin brothers, senior Joe and sophomore Jon, put on a memorable show as the Nittany Lions, making their first-ever appearance in Kentucky’s Rupp Arena, stunned nationallyranked Kentucky 73-68. The PSU win marked only the second time in Rupp history that UK had lost a home opener and broke Kentucky’s 20-game home win streak. Joe Crispin hit 11 of 26 shots, including seven treys, for 31 points while Jon Crispin nailed a stunning nine of 12 field goals, including six treys, for a career high 26 points. The brother duo combined for 57 of PSU’s 73 points .

Penn State 69 Providence 59 NCAA Tournament Mar. 16, 2001 New Orleans, La.

Gyasi Cline-Heard posted a double-double with 16 points and ten rebounds to lead Penn State to a 69-59 win over Providence in the first round of the 2001 NCAA Tournament, its first NCAA win since 1991.


s Pete Lisicky’s three-pointer with 2.1 seconds to play lifted Penn State into the 1995 NIT semifinals.

Penn State 81 George Washington 75 A-10 Tournament Mar. 9, 1991 University Park, Pa.

The Nittany Lions raced out to a 20-6 margin and never looked back in winning the Atlantic 10 title and clinching an NCAA Tournament berth for the first time in 26 years.

Penn State 66 Georgia 60

National Invitation Tournament Mar. 18, 1998 New York, N.Y. Playing without second-leading scorer Jarrett Stephens, Penn State held off SEC foe Georgia in the NIT semifinals. Freshman Joe Crispin led the way with 18 points as PSU earned its first-ever appearance in the NIT title game.

Penn State 67 Iowa 64

Penn State 58 Rutgers 55

National Invitation Tournament Mar. 21, 1990 Piscataway, N.J. In the National Invitation Tournament quarterfinal, Penn State rallied for the win and a ticket to the Final Four at Madison Square Garden.

Penn State 65 Temple 64

Dec. 1, 1998 University Park, Pa. Joe Crispin scored a team-high 18 points, including a game-winning fall-away jumper at the :20 mark to lead Penn State to a thrilling 65-64 win over No. 10 and eventual Elite Eight team Temple.

Penn State 71 Purdue 68

Jan. 27, 1994 University Park, Pa.

National Invitation Tournament Mar. 27, 1995 Iowa City, Iowa

The Nittany Lions scored the final eight points of the game to upset No. 7 Purdue and Player-ofthe-Year Glenn Robinson.

Pete Lisicky nailed a three-pointer with 2.1 seconds left to play to advance the Nittany Lions to the Final Four of the National Invitation Tournament.

Penn State 66 Pittsburgh 64

Penn State 62 Miami (Fla.) 56

Ron Brown’s 32 points, including the game-winner at the buzzer, lifted Penn State past seventhranked Pittsburgh and ended the Panthers’ 22game winning streak.

National Invitation Tournament Mar. 15, 1995 University Park, Pa. Trailing 48-28 with 14:07 left, Penn State outscored the Hurricanes 34-8 the rest of the way in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament.

Feb. 23, 1974 University Park, Pa.

Penn State 76 Minnesota 61

Jan. 11, 1996 University Park, Pa. The Lions routed the Gophers to win the inaugural game at the Bryce Jordan Center and during the same week, earned their first Associated Press national ranking in 31 years, at No. 20.

s Travis Parker’s putback with 8.5 seconds to play upset No. 6 Illinois in Champaign.

Penn State 41 Illinois 34

NCAA Tournament Mar. 21, 1942 New Orleans, La. John Lawther’s Lions captured third place at the NCAA East Regional by beating the Big Ten champion Illinois “Whiz Kids.”

Penn State 70 Southern California 61 NCAA Tournament Mar. 20, 1954 Kansas City, Mo.

Penn State 98 Ohio State 85 (ot) Feb. 27, 1999 University Park, Pa.

Sophomore Joe Crispin turned in arguably the most explosive :50 seconds of basketball in PSU history by scoring eight unanswered points to start overtime as Penn State downed No. 10 and eventual NCAA Final Four team Ohio State 98-85 in overtime. Crispin ended the game with 29 points.

Penn State 86 West Virginia 64

Jesse Arnelle tallied 25 points as Penn State claimed third place in the 1954 NCAA Tournament and a Top 10 national ranking.

A-10 Tournament Mar. 6, 1989 Philadelphia, Pa.

Penn State 74 Purdue 63

Ed Fogell’s 28 points paced the Nittany Lions to an Atlantic 10 Tournament semifinal win over the 13th-ranked Mountaineers.

Feb. 21, 1998 University Park, Pa. The Nittany Lions followed Pete Lisicky’s 19 points and Jarrett Stephens’ 17 to upset #5 Purdue in the Jordan Center. The win was Penn State’s first over a team ranked in the top five in nearly 50 years.

Penn State 80 Syracuse 79

Feb. 28, 1966 University Park, Pa. Jeff Persson hit a turn-around shot at the buzzer to defeat No. 16-ranked Syracuse before an estimated crowd of 8,100 in Rec Hall.

Penn State 86 Virginia 74

Feb. 16, 1972 University Park, Pa. An estimated 8,000 fans crammed into Rec Hall to see the Nittany Lions defeat the sixth-ranked Cavaliers. Ron Brown finished with 23 points and eight assists to lead the Lions.

Penn State 85 Michigan State 76 Feb. 2, 2008 University Park, Pa.

Playing without injured leading scorer and rebounder Geary Claxton, Penn State got 19 points from Stanley Pringle and 17 from Talor Battle hitting nine threes and 34-of-51 from the free throw line to stun No. 7 Michigan State and defeat their first ranked foe at home since 2001.

Penn State 61 Michigan State 48 Big Ten Tournament Mar. 12, 2011 Indianapolis, Ind.

Penn State blew past the Spartans to reach the program’s first-ever Big Ten Tournament Championship game and clinch the Nittany Lions first NCAA bid in a decade. The Lion backcourt of Talor Battle (25) and Tim Frazier (22) raced past Michigan State as the Lions out-scored the Spartans, 35-22, in the second half.

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ALL-TIME GREAT PLAYERS

13

JOHN

AMAECHI

C n 6-10 n Manchester, England

A standout student and athlete at Penn State, John Amaechi became a successful NBA player for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando Magic and Utah Jazz after breaking into the league as a free agent in 1996 with the Cavaliers. Twice named an Academic All-American (1994 & 1995), Amaechi was named the Academic All-American -of-the-Year in 1995 as well as earning an Anson Mount ScholarAthlete Award and an NCAA postgraduate scholarship. A transfer from Vanderbilt, Amaechi posted career averages of 15.6 ppg and 8.8 rpg in three seasons while earning NABC All-District honors in 1994 and 1995. Amaechi also earned first-team All-Big Ten honors in 1995 and third team honors in 1993 and 1994. He posted better than 16 points a game to earn the John Lawther team MVP in both 1994 and 1995. Amaechi led the Lions to a third place finish in the 1995 NIT, leading the team with 17 points in the third place game vs. Canisius. He stands 13th all-time with 1,310 career points, the most by a Lion in less than four seasons, and had 38 double-doubles. He is one of just five players to post at least 1,300 points and 700 rebounds on their career at Penn State and stands second all-time in career blocks with 191, averaging 2.3 per game over his career.

22

JESSE

ARNELLE

F n 6-5 n New Rochelle, N.Y.

Jesse Arnelle holds the mantel of the greatest Nittany Lion basketball player of all time. Penn State’s all-time leading rebounder (1,238) and only first-team All-American, he held the school’s career scoring mark (2,138) for 56 years and owns Penn State records with career averages of 21.0 ppg and 12.1 rpg. Arnelle holds eight career records, six season records and three game records at Penn State, among them: most points in a half (30), field goals in a game (20) and rebounds in game (27). Arnelle is the only Nittany Lion to be named first-team All-America, earning the honor from to the Helms Foundation in 1954. He was also named second-team AllAmerica by Helms in 1955, third-team All-America in 1952 by Helms and Colliers and honorable-mention All-America by the Associated Press and UPI in 1954 and 1955. Arnelle was also named to the All-Pennsylvania team from 1952-55. He posted Penn State season record numbers of 26.2 ppg and 15.3 rpg during his senior campaign and is the only Lion to lead Penn State in scoring and rebounding in four straight seasons. He led the Lions to three NCAA tourna-

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ment appearances, including Penn State’s only Final Four appearance and highest final season ranking of No. 9 (AP) in 1954. Arnelle holds Penn State’s all-time NCAA tournament scoring record with 202 points in his record three NCAA trips (he shares the mark for appearances with Ron Weidenhammer, 1952, ’54, ‘55). He was named MVP of the 1954 NCAA East Regional and to the 1954 NCAA Final Four All-Tournament team. Arnelle’s four career 40-point games, including a career-best 44 vs. Bucknell in 1955, are the most in Penn State history and he posted five of Penn State’s top six single game scoring marks, including a Penn State record 15 games of 30 points or more. A four-year starter and 1955 captain, Penn State went 7131 during Arnelle’s career, including a 5-5 NCAA Tournament mark. Arnelle continued his spectacular career for the Ft. Wayne Pistons during the 1955-56 season and went on to become a prominent lawyer and the president of Penn State University’s Board of Trustees.

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BARR

F n 6-3 n Shamokin, Pa. A third-team Converse All-American and All-Pennsylvania selection in 1941, Barr scored 519 points during his three-year career and became the first Nittany Lion in the modern era to top 500 career points. Barr led Penn State in scoring in 1940 and 1941, averaging better than 10.0 ppg. Barr was a three-year starter from 1938-41, helping lead the Lions to a 43-23 record, and was the 1941 team captain.

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FREDDIE

BARNES

G n 6-0 n Greensboro, N.C.

One of the best point guards to ever don the Nittany Lion jersey, Freddie Barnes finished his career with a Penn State record 600 assists, becoming one of three Lions to lead Penn State in assists in four seasons. He is one of three Nittany Lions (Monroe Brown and David Degitz) to reach the post-season every year of their career helping lead Penn State to three NIT and one NCAA Tournament appearance and four-straight 20-win seasons under coach Bruce Parkhill. His teams posted a Penn State record 87 wins (87-40) over a four-year period (1989-92). Barnes’ career average of 4.7 apg stands second in Penn State history while his 1,342 career points rank 11th, his 616 career rebounds 17th and his 158 steals seventh. Barnes led the Lions in rebounding in two seasons and is one of four Penn State players to post at least 1,000 points, 400 rebounds and 300 assists on their career. He posted three seasons of at least 300 points and 150 assists, only eight such seasons have been posted in PSU history. Barnes helped lead Penn State a 1991 NCAA tournament appearance and first round upset of No. 16-ranked UCLA and a third place finish in the 1990 NIT, as he earned All-Tournament honors. He was the MVP of the 1991 A-10 Tournament, as he led Penn State to its first-ever conference tournament title with a victory over George Washington in Rec Hall. His 93 career NIT points rank fourth all-time.

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TALOR

BATTLE

G n 6-0 n Albany, N.Y.

Penn State’s all-time leading scorer with 2,213 points and one of just four NCAA Division I players to record at least 2,000 points, 600 rebounds and 500 assists, Talor Battle set the PSU career record for starts (131) while averaging nearly 36 minutes per game over a four-year career that saw him set the Big Ten record for career minutes played (4,799). A clutch performer who recorded three game-winning or tying shots at the buzzer on his career and numerous late-game scoring runs to lead the Lions to victory, Battle ranks third in career assists (517), second in threes (317), second in field goals (722), third in free throws (452), eighth in steals (145) and 14th in rebounding (625) while becoming just the second player to lead Penn State in scoring in four-straight seasons. An Associated Press honorable-mention All-American in 2011, he was the first Lion to twice earn first-team All-Big Ten, first-team NABC All-District and first-team USBWA All-Distrist honors and the first to earn team MVP honors in four seasons. He averaged 16.5 ppg, 4.7 rpg and 3.8 apg over his career. He set a then Penn State season assist record with 189 in 2009, while helping lead Penn State to the 2009 NIT Championship, the program’s first-ever national tournament title. He was named to the NIT All-Tournament team. He earned Big Ten All-Tournament Team honors in 2011 helping lead the Lions to their first-ever Big Ten Tournament Championship game and first NCAA Tournament appearance in a decade. He led the Lions in assists in three seasons, in rebounding in one and posted the program’s second highest season point (687) and three-point field goal totals (106) in 2011. His seven 30-point games rank second in program history and he posted 48 career 20-point outings. His 20.2 ppg average in 2011 ranked second in the Big Ten and was the highest for a Lion in 48 years. He also led the 2010 U.S. World University Games team in scoring while earning a bronze medal.


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CALVIN

BOOTH

15

MONROE

BROWN

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CARVER

CLINTON

C n 6-11 n Reynoldsburg, Ohio

G n 6-3 n Aberdeen, Md.

F n 6-4 n Selma, Ala.

The 1998 Big Ten Defensive Player-of-the-Year, Calvin Booth ended his career as not only the leading shot blocker in Penn State history, but also in the history of the Big Ten (he currently stands second) with 428 career swats. After his senior season, he became the highest drafted Nittany Lion in history when he was taken with the 35th pick overall by the Washington Wizards in the 1999 NBA Draft. He went on to a 10-year NBA career. The 6-11, 220-pounder, who ranks as the tallest player in Nittany Lion history, led the Big Ten in blocked shots all four years that he played. He owns the single-game record of 10 blocks posted vs. Dayton and George Mason in 1998 and posted the only Lion triple-double on record with 19 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocks vs. Dayton in the 1998 NIT. He finished his career with 1,288 points (11.3 ppg) and 728 rebounds (6.4 ppg) to rank 14th and eighth all-time, respectively. The three-year starter and two-time captain (1997 & 1998) helped Penn State to the 1996 NCAA Tournament and 1998 NIT final. He posted 15.3 ppg and 8.7 rpg to earn second-team All-Big Ten honors and share the John Lawther Team MVP award in his senior campaign of 1999.

Monroe “Monnie” Brown is one of just six Nittany Lions to post at least 1,000 points and 400 assists on a career and one of three to add 400 career rebounds to those totals. A four-year starter and 1992 team captain, Brown helped lead Penn State to four straight 20-win seasons and four straight post-season appearances during his career. His teams posted an 87-40 record, the most wins ever for Penn State over a four-year period, and made three NIT appearances and one NCAA Tournament appearance. Penn State twice reached the Atlantic-10 Tournament championship game – winning the 1991 A-10 Tournament before going on to pull off an NCAA first round upset of No. 16-ranked UCLA, one of the greatest wins in program history. The Lions also finished third in the 1990 NIT. Named the 1992 John Lawther Team MVP, Brown ranks 16th all-time in scoring with 1,184 points, sixth all-time in assists (450), and second alltime in steals (239). He led Penn State in steals in three seasons and his 82 in 1991 rank as the fourth-best single season total.

An AP Honorable-Mention All-America selection in 1966, Carver Clinton averaged 16.4 ppg and 10.3 rpg as a three-year starter during the era of freshman ineligibility. His 1,165 career points rank 18th all-time (third among three-year Nittany Lions) and his 734 career rebounds stand seventh all-time, third among Lions with less than four years of action. Clinton helped lead the Nittany Lions to the 1965 NCAA tournament and, as a captain in 1966, guided Penn State to the NIT, scoring 26 points in a loss to national power San Francisco. Clinton posted an 18.9 ppg average in 1966 and tied the record for the most points scored in a half by a Lion with 30 against West Virginia. He led the Lions in rebounding in three seasons and in scoring in two. The 1966 All-East selection was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 11th round of the 1966 NBA draft.

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RON

BROWN

G/F n 6-4 n Brooklyn, N.Y.

One of the Nittany Lions’ all-time great defenders, Ron Brown holds the record for career steals with 252 and by far the highest career average, posting 3.5 steals per game from 1972-74. His 97 steals in 1974 stand as the season record and he owns three of the top seven all-time season marks for steals. He also stands 11th all-time with 350 career assists (4.8 apg) and 17th in career scoring with 1,184 points. A three-year starter in the era of freshman ineligibility, he averaged 16.2 ppg during his 73 career games and is one of four Nittany Lions ever to log at least 1,000 points, 400 rebounds and 300 assists on a career. He led the Lions in assists in three straight seasons, in scoring in 1972 (18.1 ppg) and 1974 (17.4 ppg) and in rebounding in 1972 (9.1 rpg). He is one of three Lions to lead the team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals in the same season, having accomplished the feat in 1972. The 1974 team captain earned the John Lawther Team MVP award in 1972 and 1974 and was selected in the seventh round of the 1974 NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics.

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GEARY

CLAXTON

F n 6-5 n West Haven, Conn.

A tremendously athletic scorer and rebounder, Geary Claxton led Penn State in scoring in three straight seasons and is one of just three players in Nittany Lion history to record at least 1,500 points and 700 rebounds on their career. A four-year starter, he ranks seventh all-time with 1,542 career points and tied for fourth with 755 career rebounds. He posted career averages of 15.1 ppg and 6.2 rpg, never scoring less than 12.7 ppg in a season. A first-team USBWA All-Region and NABC All-District pick in 2006, Claxton was also recognized as a second-team NABC pick in 2007 and earned second-team All-Big Ten honors in 2007 and third team honors in 2006. A 2005 Big Ten All-Freshman Team selection who was four times honored as the Big Ten Player-of-the-Week, Claxton posted 26 career double-doubles and led Penn State in rebounding in two seasons. He was averaging 17.5 ppg and 8.3 rpg in his senior season, a pace that would have placed him as the Nittany Lions’ third all-time leading scorer and rebounder, when he suffered a torn ACL in the 16th game of the season and missed the last 15 games of his career. He helped lead Penn State to the 2006 NIT after joining the team in 2004-05 following three straight losing campaigns.

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JAMELLE

CORNLEY

F n 6-5 n Columbus, Ohio

One of the most beloved Nittany Lions of all-time, Cornley led Penn State to its first-ever national tournament title as the Lions claimed the 2009 NIT Championship in Madison Square Garden. He was named the Tournament MVP after logging 18 points and seven rebounds in the NIT championship game win over Baylor. A four-year starter and 2009 captain, Cornley averaged 12.9 ppg and 6.2 rpg playing in 122 games and starting 109 as a Nittany Lion. He stands fifth all-time in scoring and fourth in rebounding with 1,579 career points and 755 career rebounds. Though barely standing 6-5 as a post player in the Big Ten, he averaged double-figures in each of his four seasons, hit 51.1 percent from the floor on his career and recorded 12 career double-doubles while earning NABC All-District honors in 2009. The 2006 Big Ten Freshman-of-the-Year, he was a second-team All-Big Ten selection in 2009, third team in 2008 and 2009 and honorable-mention in 2007 and 2008. He helped Penn State post a school-record 27 wins in 2008-09 and also led Penn State to the 2006 NIT as a freshman.

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ALL-TIME GREAT PLAYERS

3

JOE

CRISPIN

10

DAN

EARL

G n 6-0 n Pitman, N.J.

G n 6-3 n Medford Lakes, N.J.

A four-year starter and 2001 captain, Joe Crispin starred for Penn State during one of the program’s best periods as the team made three post-season appearances during his career, including trips to the 2001 NCAA “Sweet 16,” 1998 NIT final and 2000 NIT semifinals. Crispin stands second at Penn State in career minutes played (4,063), field goals attempted (1,611), three-point field goals attempted (885) and free throw percentage (.885) and is the Lions’ third all-time scorer with 1,986 points. He ranks third all-time with 308 career threes and fourth with 485 assists. Crispin scored 21 points in an upset victory of No. 5-ranked and No. 2-seeded North Carolina in the 2001 NCAA Tournament to help Penn State reach the “Sweet 16,” widely considered the greatest game in Penn State history. He also nailed an off-balance 22-foot three to knock of No. 2 ranked Michigan State in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament that season, the highest ranked team Penn State has ever beaten. He ranks seventh among career NCAA Tournament scorers (46 points) and second among NIT scorers (146). Crispin earned first-team All-Big Ten first honors in 2001 (coaches), and second team in 2000 (coaches and media) and 2001 (media). He was a Big Ten All-Tournament team honoree in 2000 and 2001 and earned four Big Ten Player-of-the-Week awards. Crispin averaged 19.5 ppg in 2001 and was named NABC All-District first-team while earning a share of the John Lawther team MVP award. Penn State posted a 72-55 mark in his four seasons. He later joined the Los Angeles Lakers in 2001 as a free agent. He went on to a highly successful career for more than a decade in Europe.

One of the most talented point-guards in Penn State history, Earl battled through numerous injuries in a career that spanned six seasons. A four-year starter and two-year captain, Earl would miss most of two seasons due to injury following his junior season when he helped lead Penn State to the 1996 NCAA Tournament before returning for his senior campaign in 1998-99. As a sophomore, he helped lead Penn State to a third place finish in the 1995 NIT and Penn State finished second in 1998 NIT with Earl serving as an injured captain. A second-team All-Big Ten selection in 1996 and third team in 1999, Earl averaged 10.6 ppg and 4.8 apg over his career. The 1999 third-team CoSida Academic All-American set a Penn State single-season record of 181 assists as a sophomore (a mark which stood until 2009) and ranks second all-time with 574 career assists. He ranks 15th all-time with 1,256 career points, sixth with 162 career steals and seventh with 194 threes. Earl is one of three players to lead Penn State in assists in four seasons, posting 100 or more in each campaign, and also led the Lions in steals in three seasons. Earl’s average of 5.7 assists per game in 1995 ranks as the fourth-best PSU season mark. Earl returned to Penn State as an assistant coach from 2005-2011.

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MARK

DUMARS

G n 5-10 n Sharon, Pa.

A small 5-10, 155-pound guard, Mark DuMars was able to put up some big numbers while at Penn State, logging a career average of 17.8 points per game. In the era of freshman ineligibility, he was able to score 1,139 points in only 64 games over three years to stand 19th all-time in scoring. He led the Lions in scoring in two seasons, logging averages of 16.8 ppg and 21.3 ppg to earn Honorable Mention All-America honors (UPI) in both 1959 and 1960. A three-time AllPennsylvania selection, DuMars posted four career 30-point games, including a career high 36 vs. Syracuse in 1960. He was drafted by Pittsburgh of the American Basketball League in 1961.

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GENE

HARRIS

C n 6-3 n Pittsburgh, Pa.

One of the most prolific scorers and rebounders in Penn State history, Gene Harris holds the Lions’ all-time game scoring record with 46 points vs. Holy Cross in 1961. Harris posted career averages of 14.8 ppg and 11.0 rebounds per game in just three seasons and 69 games in the era of freshman ineligibility. He posted 18.7 ppg and 13.0 rpg during his senior season of 1962. The three-year starter and 1962 captain stands third all-time with 762 career rebounds and 27th with 1,018 career points. He led Penn State in rebounding all three years of his career, never posting less than 10.0 rpg, and in scoring twice.

HAYES

F n 6-6 n Lakeland, Fla.

A first-team All-Atlantic 10 selection in 1991 and the 1990 A-10 Freshman-of-the-Year, DeRon Hayes is one of just five players in Penn State history to post at least 1,500 career points and 600 career rebounds. The four-year starter and 1993 captain helped lead Penn State to three straight 20-win seasons and three straight postseason appearances. He stands sixth all-time on the career scoring charts with 1,570 points and led Penn State in scoring in two seasons. He posted a career average of 12.9 ppg, averaging better than 13.4 ppg his last three seasons. Hayes scored 16 points to lead the Lions in a first round upset of UCLA in the 1991 NCAA Tournament, regarded as one of the greatest games in PSU history. He also scored in double-figures in all five games of the Lions’ third place run at the 1990 NIT. Hayes also helped lead the Lions to the 1992 NIT and earned the 1993 John Lawther Team MVP award in the Lions’ first year playing in the Big Ten, as he averaged 13.9 ppg that season.

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DERON

TOM

HOVASSE

F n 6-8 n Widefield, Colo.

A 1989 first-team All-Atlantic 10 selection, Hovasse was a tremendous scorer and rebounder who ranks eighth all-time in scoring (1,459) and 14th in rebounding (619). Hovasse averaged 12.7 ppg or better in each of his four seasons and 14.7 ppg and 6.2 rpg over his 99 career games. He posted 17.8 ppg and 7.5 rpg in his senior campaign. His 172 career three-pointers rank ninth all-time, despite playing his freshman season without the line. Hovasse led the team in scoring and rebounding in three straight seasons from 1987-89 and is one of just six players to post at least 1,400 points and 600 rebounds on their career. A three-year starter and 1989 captain, he was twice named the John Lawther Team MVP, earning the honor in 1987 and 1989, and led Penn State to a 20-12 mark, A-10 Tournament championship game, and NIT appearance in 1989. He went on to a long and productive career playing professionally overseas.


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TITUS

IVORY

32

PETE

LISICKY

14

BOB

WEISS

G n 6-4 n Charlotte, N.C.

G n 6-4 n Whitehall, Pa.

G n 6-3 n Athens, Pa.

An all-around player, Ivory ranks among Penn State’s career leaders in points, assists and steals and helped lead Penn State during one of the program’s best periods as the team made three post-season appearances during his career, including trips to the 2001 NCAA “Sweet 16,” 1998 NIT final and 2000 NIT semifinals. Ivory stands 10th all-time in scoring with 1,369 points, fifth in three-pointers (206), eighth in assists (443) and third in steals (218). He led the team in assists and steals in 2001 and his team-leading steal total of 84 stands as the third-best mark all-time. He is one of three Lions to post 200 career steals and one of six to log at least 1,000 points and 400 assists on a career. A third-team All-Big Ten pick in 2001, he played in 129 career games and ranks fourth among NCAA Tournament scorers with 54 points, including 21 points in an upset victory of No. 5-ranked and No. 2 seed North Carolina in the 2001 NCAA Tournament, widely considered the greatest game in Penn State history. He went on to a long career playing professionally overseas.

Known as “The Whitehall Rifle,” Pete Lisicky was one of the greatest sharp shooters in Penn State history owning the career record for three pointers made (332) and consecutive free throws made record (39). With a career average of 13.6 ppg, he earned the John Lawther team MVP award after the 1997 and 1998 seasons, 1996 AP Honorable-Mention All-America honors, second-team All-Big Ten honors in 1997 and third-team in 1997 and 1998. Lisicky also holds the single game record for most three-point field goals made with nine against Penn on December 9, 1995 and is the Lions’ fourth all-time scorer with 1,605 career points. He helped Penn State to a 1996 NCAA tournament appearance, scoring 17 points on five three-pointers in a first round loss to Arkansas. A three-year starter and 1998 captain, Lisicky helped lead the Lions to three post-season appearances including a third place finish in the 1995 NIT and a second place finish in the 1998 NIT. Penn State posted a 71-48 mark during his career. A two-time second-team CoSida Academic All-American, he ranks third all-time among Lions in NIT scoring with 124 points.

A 1965 AP honorable-mention All-American, Bob Weiss was not only able to find success at the collegiate level but at the professional level as well. In 1965, he was drafted by the Philadelphia in the third round and went on to play for Seattle, Milwaukee, Chicago, and Buffalo during a 13-year NBA career. Weiss posted a career average of 16.3 points per game in his three years at Penn State scoring 1,091 points in only 67 games in the era of freshman ineligibility. He stands 20th all-time on the Penn State scoring charts never averaging less than 15.3 ppg on a season. Weiss’ 38 points vs. Duke in 1965 still stand tied for the sixth-best single-game scoring mark in PSU history. A 1965 All-Pennsylvania selection, Weiss was a three-year starter who helped lead State to a 51-16 record in three seasons, including a 20-4 mark and NCAA Tournament appearance in 1965. He went on to coach 26 seasons in the NBA, including head coaching stops at Seattle, San Antonio, Atlanta and the LA Clippers.

PENN STATE TOP FOUR-YEAR WIN TOTALS

W-L YEARS

52

MIKE

LANG

C n 6-9 n Lombard, Ill.

One of the most prolific rebounders in Penn State history, Lang joins Jesse Arnelle as the only two players in Nittany Lion history to post at least 1,000 career points and 800 career rebounds. A 1983 firstteam All-Atlantic 10 selection, Lang stands second only to Arnelle in career rebounding with 912, 150 more than the next closest Lion, and recorded 24 career double-doubles. Lange led Penn State in rebounding in three straight seasons from 1981-83, posting more than 200 in each season. Lang also stands 10th on the career steals chart with 133, including leading the Lions in 1980 and 1981, and ranks 28th in career scoring with 1,014 points. He twice earned the John Lawther Team MVP award in 1982 and 1983. A 1983 captain, he averaged 9.2 ppg and 8.3 rpg as a four-year starter. He helped lead the Lions to the 1980 NIT and was an eighth-round draft pick by the New York Knicks in 1983.

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JARRETT

STEPHENS

F n 6-7 n Ferndale, Mich.

A first-team All-Big Ten and USBWA All-Region selection in 2000, Jarrett Stephens was one of Penn State’s most effective Big Ten post players and ranks ninth all-time in scoring (1,372) and 10th in rebounding (703). His 368 rebounds in 2000 rank as the secondmost in a season at Penn State. He posted stellar marks of 18.8 ppg and 10.5 rpg during his senior season and set Penn State’s single-season field goal percentage record hitting 64 percent from the floor in his junior year. Stephens is Penn State’s all-time career field goal percentage leader posting a mark of 58.3 percent in 120 career games while averaging 11.4 ppg and 5.9 rpg. He was named to the NIT All-Tournament team after helping to lead Penn State to a third place finish in the 2000 NIT and ranks as the Lions’ all-time leading NIT scorer with 147 points, including 28 in the third-place game victory over N.C. State. He is one of just five players to post at least 1,300 points and 700 rebounds on their Penn State career.

Four-Year PLAYERS

87-40 1989-92___Freddie Barnes, Monroe Brown & Dave Degitz ______________________ 4 Post-season appearances 79-46 1988-91__________________________James Barnes ______________________ 3 Post-season appearances 74-48 1990-93__________________________ DeRon Hayes ______________________ 3 Post-season appearances 73-47 1987-90_____________________________ Ed Fogell ______________________ 2 Post-season appearances 72-55 1998-2001____Joe Crispin, Titus Ivory, Gyasi Cline-Heard ______________________ 3 Post-season appearances 72-62 2008-11________________ Talor Battle, David Jackson, _______________________Jeff Brooks, Andrew Jones ______________________ 2 Post-season appearances 71-31 1952-55___________Jesse Arnelle, Ron Weidenhammer ______________________ 3 Post-season appearances 71-48 1995-98___________________________ Pete Lisicky ______________________ 4 Post-season appearances 69-22 1963-66_________________ None (freshmen ineligible) ______________________ 2 Post-season appearances 68-61 2006-2009______________________ Jamelle Cornley ______________________ 2 Post-season appearances

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INDIVIDUAL HONORS HALL OF FAME Helms Foundation John Lawther (coach)

Canadian basketball Romel Raffin

OLYMPIC TEAMS United States John Bach (Assistant Coach), 1972

United KingdoM Kevin Cradle (Coach), 1992

CANADa Romel Raffin, 1976, 1984, 1988

Germany Jan-hendrik Jagla, 2008

s Talor Battle was an Associated Press honorable-mention All-American in 2011.

USA BASKETBALL World University Games TEam Tyler Smith, 2001 Talor Battle, 2009 (bronze)

ALL-AMERICA First Team 1954: ______ Jesse Arnelle (Helms Foundation)

Second Team 1955: ______ Jesse Arnelle (Helms Foundation)

Third Team 1941:_______________ John Barr (Converse) 1952: ______ Jesse Arnelle (Helms Foundation) 1955: ______________ Jesse Arnelle (Colliers)

s Jesse Arnelle earned first team All-America honors from the Helms Foundation in 1954, second team honors in 1955 and third team honors in 1952.

Honorable-Mention

1975: _________ Randy Meister (second team) 1994: _________ John Amaechi (second team) 1995: ____________ John Amaechi (first team) 2001:______________ Joe Crispin (first team) 2006:____________ Geary Claxton (first team) 2007:_________ Geary Claxton (second team) 2009:______________ Talor Battle (first team) ____________ Jamelle Cornley (second team) 2010:____________Talor Battle (second team) 2011:______________ Talor Battle (first team) 2012:____________Tim Frazier (second team)

1954: __ Jesse Arnelle (Associated Press & UPI) 1955: __ Jesse Arnelle (Associated Press & UPI) 1959: _Mark DuMars (United Press International) 1960: _Mark DuMars (United Press International) 1965: _________ Bob Weiss (Associated Press) 1966:______ Carver Clinton (Associated Press) 1996: ________ Pete Lisicky (Associated Press) 2009:_______ Talor Battle (Collegehoops.net & _______________________ FOXsports.com) 2011:________ Talor Battle (Associated Press)

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA Street and Smith’s

2004:________ Ben Luber (honorable mention) __________ Marlon Smith (honorable mention)

REGIONAL HONORS

USBWA All-Region

2000:__________ Jarrett Stephens (first team) 2006:____________ Geary Claxton (first team) 2009:______________ Talor Battle (first team) 2011:______________ Talor Battle (first team)

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NABC All-District

NABC District Coach of the Year 1996:________ Jerry Dunn (Coach of the Year)

All-East 1941: ________________________John Barr 1966:____________________ Carver Clinton 1990: ____________ Ed Fogell (EB third-team)

All-Pennsylvania Team 1941: ________________________John Barr 1942: _________________ Herschel Baltimore 1943: ___________________ David Hornstein 1946: __________________ Walter Hatkevich 1951: _______________________ Lou Lamie 1952: _____________________ Jesse Arnelle 1953: _____________________ Jesse Arnelle 1954: _____________________ Jesse Arnelle 1955: _____________________ Jesse Arnelle 1959: _____________________ Mark DuMars 1960: _____________________ Mark DuMars 1961: _____________________ Mark DuMars 1965: _______________________ Bob Weiss

s John Barr was a third team All-American and All-Pennsylvania in 1941.

s Carver Clinton was an honorable-mention All-American in 1966.


ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS

s John Amaechi (1995)

s Matt Gaudio (1996)

ALL-BIG TEN

c=coaches; m=media

First Team 1995: ____________ John Amaechi (first-team) 1996: ________________ Matt Gaudio (first-c) 2000:________Jarrett Stephens (first-m, first-c) 2001:_________________ Joe Crispin (first-c) 2009:___________ Talor Battle (first-m, first-c) 2011:________________ Talor Battle (first-m) 2012:________________ Tim Frazier (first-m)

Second Team 1996: _____________ Matt Gaudio (second-m) ____________________Dan Earl (second-m) 1997: _____________ Pete Lisicky (second-m) 1999:_____ Calvin Booth (second-m, second-c) 2000:______ Joe Crispin (second-m, second-c) 2001:______________ Joe Crispin (second-m) 2007:___________ Geary Claxton (second-m) 2009:__________ Jamelle Cornley (second-m) 2010:______ Talor Battle (second-m, second-c) 2011:______________ Talor Battle (second-c) 2012:______________ Tim Frazier (second-c)

Third Team 1993: ______________John Amaechi (third-m) 1994: ______________John Amaechi (third-m) 1996:__________________ Dan Earl (third-c) ___________ Glenn Sekunda (third-c, third-m) ___________________ Pete Lisicky (third-m) 1997:________________ Pete Lisicky (third-c) 1998:_______________ Pete Lisicky (third-m) 1999:__________________ Dan Earl (third-c) 2001:___________ Titus Ivory (third-c, third-m) _______________ Gyasi Cline-Heard (third-m) 2006:________ Geary Claxton (third-c, third-m) 2007:______________ Geary Claxton (third-c) 2008:____________ Jamelle Cornley (third-m) 2009:___________ Jamelle Cornley (second-c)

Honorable-Mention 2001:____________ Gyasi Cline-Heard (HM-c) 2002:____________ Sharif Chambliss (HM-m) 2003:____________ Sharif Chambliss (HM-m) ________________ Brandon Watkins (HM-m) 2004:__________________ Jan Jagla (HM-c) 2005:______________ Aaron Johnson (HM-c) 2007:__________ Jamelle Cornley (HM-c & m) 2008:______________Jamelle Cornley (HM-c) 2009:___________ Stanley Pringle (HM-c & m) 2011:_____________ Jeff Brooks (HM-c & m)

s Jarrett Stephens (2000)

BIG TEN COACH OF THE YEAR

2009:_______________ Ed DeChellis (media)

BIG TEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1998:_____________________ Calvin Booth

BIG TEN All-DEFENSIVE TEAM

2012:_______________________Tim Frazier

BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

2006: ___________________ Jamelle Cornley

BIG TEN ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

2004: _____________________ Marlon Smith 2005: ____________________ Geary Claxton 2006: ___________________ Jamelle Cornley

BIG TEN TOURING ALL-STARS

1991: ______________________ Elton Carter 1992: ___________________ Michael Joseph 1993: __________________ Michael Jennings 1994: ________________________ Dan Earl 1995: ______________________ Pete Lisicky 1996: ___________________ Jeremy Metzger 1997:___________________ Greg Stevenson 1998:_______________________Joe Crispin 1999: ___________________ Scott Witkowsky 2000:____________ No Big Ten Touring Team 2001:__________________ Sharif Chambliss 2002:__________________Jason McDougald 2003:____________ No Big Ten Touring Team 2004:_________ Kevin Fellows & Marlon Smith ___________________ Ed DeChellis (coach) ___________________Kurt Kanaskie (coach) 2005:___________________Brandon Hassell 2006:______________________ Mike Walker

s Joe Crispin (2001)

s Talor Battle (2009 & 2011)

BIG TEN ALL-TOURNAMENT

2000:___________________Jarrett Stephens ___________________________Joe Crispin 2001:_______________________Joe Crispin 2011:______________________ Talor Battle

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN

1993:_______ (3) John Amaechi, Greg Bartram _________________________ & John Dietz 1994:_______ (4) Nate Althouse, John Amaechi ____________Greg Bartram & Steve Wydman 1995:_______ (4) Nate Althouse, John Amaechi ___________ Greg Bartram & Michael Joseph 1996:____________ (4) Dan Earl, Pete Lisicky ____________Jeremy Metzger & Chris Rogers 1997:______ (2) Pete Lisicky & Jeremy Metzger 1998:______________________ Pete Lisicky 1999:________________________ Dan Earl 2000:_______ (3) Ken Krimmel, Tim McGovern _________________________ & Tyler Smith 2001:__________ (3) Ken Krimmel, Tyler Smith _______________________ & B.J. Vossekuil 2002:__________ (3) Ken Krimmel,Tyler Smith _______________________ & B.J. Vossekuil 2003:_____________________B.J. Vossekuil 2006:_______ (2) David Jackson & Mike Walker 2007:_______(8) Milos Bogetic, David Jackson, ______________ Will Leiner, Danny Morrissey, _________ Jordan Norwood, Nikola Obradovic, ____________Joonas Suotamo & Mike Walker 2008:_______ (6) Adam Highberger, Will Leiner, _________ Danny Morrissey, Nikola Obradovic, ____________Joonas Suotamo & Mike Walker 2009:_______________ (5) Adam Highberger, ______________Steve Kirkpatrick, Will Leiner, ____________ Danny Morrissey & Andrew Ott 2010:________________(3)Adam Highberger, ____________ Steve Kirkpatrick & Andrew Ott 2011:_______ (3) Tim Frazier, Steve Kirkpatrick _________________________ & Billy Oliver 2012:_______ (3) Sasa Borovnjak, Tim Frazier, _________________________ & Billy Oliver

s Tim Frazier (2012)

BIG TEN PLAYER OF THE WEEK

1993-94:___________ John Amaechi (Jan. 31) 1995-96:_____________ Pete Lisicky (Dec. 11) _________________Glenn Sekunda (Jan. 16) ___________________ Matt Guadio (Feb. 12) 1997-98:__________ Jarrett Stephens (Feb. 23) 1998-99:____________ Calvin Booth (Nov. 30) ____________________Joe Crispin (Feb. 29) 1999-00:__________Jarrett Stephens (Nov. 28) _______________ Jarrett Stephens (Dec. 13) ____________________Joe Crispin (Jan. 24) 2000-01:______________Joe Crispin (Nov. 27) ___________________ Joe Crispin (Dec. 11) 2003-04:_______________Jan Jagla (Dec. 29) _____________________ Jan Jagla (Jan. 12) 2004-05:___________ Geary Claxton (Nov. 15) 2006-07:____________ Geary Claxton (Jan. 1) ________________ Danny Morrissey (Jan. 8) 2007-08:___________ Geary Claxton (Dec. 17) __________________ Geary Claxton (Jan. 8) 2008-09:______________Talor Battle (Nov. 24) ________________ Jamelle Cornley (Jan. 26) 2010-11:______________Talor Battle (Jan. 30)

ALL-ATLANTIC 10

First Team

1983:__________________ Mike Lang, center 1989:_______________Tom Hovasse, forward 1990:__________________ Ed Fogell, center 1991:______________ DeRon Hayes, forward

A-10 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

1990:_____________________DeRon Hayes

A-10 COACH OF THE YEAR

1990:_____________________Bruce Parkhill

A-10 TOURING ALL-STARS

1989:________________________ Ed Fogell 1990:____________________Freddie Barnes

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s Joe Crispin played with the Phoenix Suns and continues a long career playing in Europe.

ECAC HONORS

Scholar-Athlete Award

1959:______________________ Ted Kubista

Sophomore of the Year 1972:_______________________Ron Brown

TOURNAMENT MVPS

1954: _____ Jesse Arnell (NCAA East Regional) 1959: ______________Ted Kubista (Richmond) 1964: ______________ Bob Weiss (Motor City) 1965: ______________ Bob Weiss (Motor City) 1966: ___________ Ray Saunders (Gator Bowl) 1975: ___________ Randy Meister (Gator Bowl) 1987: ______________ Brian Allen (Miami AMI) 1991: ___________Freddie Barnes (Atlantic 10) 1992: ___________ Freddie Barnes (First Bank) 2000:_____ Joe Crispin (ECAC Holiday Classic) 2009:_______________ Jamelle Cornley (NIT)

NATIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS

NCAA FINAL FOUR

1954: _______________ Jesse Arnelle (NCAA)

NCAA EAST REGIONAL 1942: ________________________ John Egli

NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT 1990: ________________ James Barnes (NIT) 1995: ____________________ Dan Earl (NIT) 1998:__________________Calvin Booth (NIT) 2000:_ Jarrett Stephens (NIT) & Joe Crispin (NIT) 2009:_____ Talor Battle & Jamelle Cornley (NIT)

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

First Team

1994: _____________________John Amaechi 1995: _____________________John Amaechi

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s Calvin Booth was drafted in the second round by the Washington Wizards and played for a decade in the NBA.

Second Team 1997: ______________________ Pete Lisicky 1998:______________________ Pete Lisicky

Third Team 1999:_________________________Dan Earl 2002:_______________________ Tyler Smith

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA OF THE YEAR

1995: _____________ John Amaechi (CoSIDA)

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT II

1994: ____________ John Amaechi (first-team) 1995: ____________ John Amaechi (first-team) 1997: ______________ Pete Lisicky (first-team) 1998:______________ Pete Lisicky (first-team) 1999:________________ Dan Earl (first-team) 2002:______________ Tyler Smith (first-team) 2008:__________ Danny Morrissey (first-team) 2009:__________ Danny Morrissey (first-team)

NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

1982: _____________________Mike Edelman 1995: _____________________John Amaechi

ANSON MOUNT SCHOLAR-ATHLETE

1995: _____________________John Amaechi

s John Amaechi played five years in the NBA with Cleveland, Orlando and Utah.

NBA PLAYERS

Herschel Baltimore (1946-47): ______________________St. Louis Bombers Stanley “Whitey” Von Neida (1949-50): _______________________Baltimore Bullets Lou Lamie (1954-55): _______________________Baltimore Bullets Jesse Arnelle (1955-56): ______________________ Ft. Wayne Pistons Bob Weiss (1965-78): ____________________Philadelphia, Seattle, ______________ Milwaukee, Chicago, Buffalo Frank Brickowski (1981-97): ____________________Seattle SuperSonics, ____________________ Los Angeles Lakers, _____________________ San Antonio Spurs, ______________________ Milwaukee Bucks, ______________________Charlotte Hornets, _____________________ Sacramento Kings, _________________________Boston Celtics Tom Hovasse (1994-95): _________________________Atlanta Hawks John Amaechi (1995-96, 99-01, 01-03): ____________________ Cleveland Cavaliers, ________________________ Orlando Magic, ____________________________Utah Jazz Calvin Booth (1999-2010): _________________ Minnesota Timberwolves ______________________Philadelphia 76ers ____________________Washington Wizards, ______________________ Dallas Mavericks, ____________________ Seattle Supersonics, ______________________ Milwaukee Bucks Joe Crispin (2001-02): ____________________ Los Angeles Lakers, _________________________ Phoenix Suns

AMERICAN BASKETBALL LEAGUE

John Barr (1941): ____________________ Washington Brewers Mark DuMars (1961): _____________________ Pittsburgh (drafted)

s Frank Brickowski played 16 seasons in the NBA after being drafted in 1981.

NBA DRAFT PICKS

1965: _______________________ Bob Weiss, _______________ Philadelphia 76ers (3rd rd.) 1966: ____________________ Carver Clinton, ______________ Philadelphia 76ers (11th rd.) 1974: ______________________ Ron Brown, __________________ Boston Celtics (7th rd.) 1981: __________________ Frank Brickowski, ______ New York Knicks (3rd rd.) (57th overall) 1983: _______________________ Mike Lang, _________________New York Knicks (8th rd.) 1984: _____________________ Dick Mumma, ______________ San Diego Clippers (10th rd.) 1999: _____________________ Calvin Booth, ____Washington Wizards (2nd rd.) (35th overall)

OTHER PRO DRAFTS

1975: ____________________ Randy Meister, _________________Kentucky Colonels (ABA) 1990:________________________Ed Fogell, ______________Omaha Racers (CBA, 6th rd.) 1991: ____________________ James Barnes, __________ Rockford Lightning (CBA, 3rd rd.) 1992: _____________________ David Degitz, ______ Tampa Bay Sunblasters (USBL, 5th rd.)

NBA FREE AGENT CAMPS

1987: _______ Craig Collins, Philadelphia 76ers 1989:________ Tom Hovasse, Houston Rockets 1990:_____________Ed Fogell, Orlando Magic 1993:_________ DeRon Hayes, Orlando Magic 1994:_________ DeRon Hayes, Orlando Magic 1994: __________ Tom Hovasse, Atlanta Hawks 1996: ________ John Amaechi, Cleveland Cavs 2000:__________ Jarrett Stephens, Vancouver 2001:___________ Dan Earl, New Jersey Nets _________________ Titus Ivory, Golden State ____________ Gyasi Cline-Heard, Philadelphia __________________Joe Crispin, L.A. Lakers 2002:___________ Dan Earl, New Jersey Nets


TEAM AWARDS LOU LAMIE AWARD

Most Inspirational Player

s Randy Meister, 1973 team MVP and 1975 ABA Draft pick.

JOHN LAWTHER MVP AWARD

Team MVP

1969: _____________________ Bill Stansfield 1970: _______________________ Tom Daley 1971: ______________________ Chuck Crist 1972: _______________________ Ron Brown 1973: ____________________ Randy Meister 1974: _______________________ Ron Brown 1975: ______________________ Kevin Burke 1976: ____________________ David Angstadt 1979: ____________________ Tom Wilkinson 1980: ___________________ Frank Brickowski 1982: _______________________ Mike Lang 1983: _______________________ Mike Lang 1984: ______________________Wally Choice 1985: ______________________ Craig Collins 1986: ______________________ Paul Murphy 1987: ___________ Tom Hovasse & Tony Ward 1988: _______________________ Wes Jones 1989: _____________________ Tom Hovasse 1990: ________________________ Ed Fogell 1991: ____________________ James Barnes 1992: ____________________ Monroe Brown 1993: _____________________ DeRon Hayes 1994: _____________________John Amaechi 1995: _____________________John Amaechi 1996: ______________________ Matt Gaudio 1997: ______________________ Pete Lisicky 1998:______________________ Pete Lisicky 1999:_____________ Calvin Booth & Dan Earl 2000:___________________ Jarrett Stephens 2001:_________Gyasi Cline-Heard, Joe Crispin __________________________ & Titus Ivory 2002:_____________________Not presented 2003:_____________________Not presented 2004:_____________________ Marlon Smith 2005:_____________________Not presented 2006:_____________________Not presented 2007:_______ Geary Claxton & Jamelle Cornley 2008:_________ Talor Battle & Jamelle Cornley 2009:_________ Talor Battle & Jamelle Cornley 2010:_______________________ Talor Battle 2011:_______________________ Talor Battle 2012:_______________________ Tim Frazier

1979: ________________________Jud Wood 1980: _____________________Mike Edelman 1982: _____________________Mike Edelman 1983: _______________________ Rich Fetter 1984: ______________________ David Griffin 1985: ____________________ Dwight Gibson 1986: _______________________ Brian Allen 1987: _______________________ Brian Allen 1988: _________________Christian Appleman 1989: _________________Christian Appleman 1991: ____________________ Monroe Brown 1992: ____________________ Freddie Barnes 1993: _____________________Nate Althouse 1994: ______________________ Matt Gaudio 1995: _____________________Nate Althouse 1996: _________________________Dan Earl 1997: ______________________Phil Williams 1998:_______________________ Titus Ivory 1999:_________________________Dan Earl 2000:___________________ Jarrett Stephens 2001:_______________________ Titus Ivory 2002:______________________Ken Krimmel 2003:_____________________ Ndu Egekeze 2004:_____________________ Ndu Egekeze 2005:______________________ Mike Walker 2006:___________________Danny Morrissey 2007: ______________________ Mike Walker 2007: ___________________ Jamelle Cornley 2009:___________________Danny Morrissey 2010:_______________________ Tim Frazier 2011:_____________________Andrew Jones 2012:_______________________ Billy Oliver

MOST IMPROVED AWARD

1969: ______________________ Bruce Mello 1970: _______________________Ron Kodish 1971:____________________ Paul Neumayer 1972: ________________________Ed Chubb 1990: ____________________ James Barnes 1991: ________________________ Jon Dietz 1992: ___________ Eric Carr & Steve Wydman 1993: _____________________John Amaechi 1994: ____________________ Steve Wydman 1995: __________________ Donovan Williams 1996: ____________________Glenn Sekunda 1997: ___________________ Jarrett Stephens 1998:___________________ Jarrett Stephens 1999:______________________Calvin Booth 2000:_______________________ Tyler Smith 2001:__________________Gyasi Cline-Heard 2002:__________________ Sharif Chambliss 2003:___________ Jan Jagla & Aaron Johnson 2004:_____________________Not presented 2005:___________________Danny Morrissey 2006:_______________________ Ben Luber 2007:___________________ Brandon Hassell 2009:_____________________Andrew Jones 2010: ____________________ David Jackson 2011:_______________________Jeff Brooks 2012:______________________ Jon Graham

COACHES AWARD

1980: ____________________Gary Korkowski 1982: ______________________ Craig Buffie 1983: ____________________Tom McCluskey

1984: _______________ Jim Randig, manager 1985: ____________________ Dwight Gibson 1986: _________________Christian Appleman 1987: _________________Christian Appleman 1988: _____________________ James Eaddy 1989: _______________________ Brian Allen 1990: _________________ Rodney Henderson 1991: _____________________ Tony Soskich 1992: ______________________ David Degitz 1994: _____________________Nate Althouse 1995: _________________________Dan Earl 1996: _____________________ Chris Rogers 1997: ___________________Rahsaan Carlton 1998:______________________Carl Jackson 1999:____________________ Tim McGovern 2000:____________________ Tim McGovern 2001:__________Ken Krimmel & B.J. Vossekuil 2002:_______________________ Tyler Smith 2003:___________ Monte Shubik (manager) & _______________________ B.J. Vossekuil 2004:_____________________Not presented 2005:___________Jon Salazer (head trainer) & ________________________Dave Phillips 2006:______________________ Mike Walker 2007:___________________Danny Morrissey 2009:____________________ David Jackson 2010:_____________________Andrew Jones 2011:____________________ David Jackson 2012:_______________ Cammeron Woodyard

DAVE PHILLIPS MEMORIAL AWARD

Unsung Hero

1986: _______________________ Kip DeWitt 1987: _______________________ Kip DeWitt 1988: _______________________ Tony Ward 1989: ______ Rodney Henderson & Lem Joyner 1990: ____________________ Monroe Brown 1991: ________________________ Eric Carr 1992: ____________________Brian Anderson 1993: __________________ Michael Jennings 1994: _____ Sandy Meyer (academic counselor) 1995: ____________________Michael Joseph 1996: __________________ Donovan Williams 1998:______________________ Jon Branam 1999:_______________________ Joe Crispin 2000:______________________Carl Jackson 2001:_______________________ Tyler Smith 2002:_____________________ Ndu Egekeze 2003:____________________DeForrest Riley 2004:_______________________ Ben Luber 2005:__________________ Jason McDougald 2007:____ Dr. Doug Aukerman (team physician) 2008: _______ Eldon Price (Dir. Basketball Ops.) 2009:____________________ Stanley Pringle 2010:_______________________Jeff Brooks 2011:______________________ Jon Graham 2012:_______________________D.J. Newbill

SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

1990: ________________________ Ed Fogell 1991: ______________________ David Degitz 1992: ______________________ David Degitz 1993: _____________________ Greg Bartram 1994: _____________________ Greg Bartram 1995: _____________________ Greg Bartram 1996: ______________________ Pete Lisicky

1997: ______________________ Pete Lisicky 1998:______________________ Pete Lisicky 1999:______________ Tyler Smith & Dan Earl 2000:_______________________ Tyler Smith 2001:___________ Tyler Smith & Ken Krimmel 2002:______________________Ken Krimmel 2003:_____________________ B.J. Vossekuil 2004:_____________________ Ndu Egekeze 2005:_____________________ Kevin Fellows 2006:___________________Danny Morrissey 2007:___________________ Joonas Suotamo 2008: ___________________Danny Morrissey 2009:__________________ Adam Highberger 2010:___________________Steve Kirkpatrick 2011:___________________Steve Kirkpatrick 2012:___________________ Kevin Montminy

JOE EGLI MEMORIAL SPIRIT AWARD

1969:_____________________ Ron Hornyak 1970: ____________________Jeff Schweitzer 1971:____________________ Paul Neumayer 1972: ____________________ Pat Lukasavich

JOHN EGLI MEMORIAL CAPTAIN AWARD

Team Captains

JOHN EGLI MR. DEFENSE

Best Defensive Player

1969: ______________________ Bruce Mello 1970: _____________________ Mike Egleston 1972: ______________________Jim Dashield 1973: ______________________ Jon Marshall 1998: ______________________Calvin Booth 1999: ______________________Calvin Booth 2000:_______________________ Titus Ivory 2001:_______________________ Titus Ivory 2002:_______________________ Tyler Smith 2003:________________________ Jan Jagla 2006:____________________ Geary Claxton 2007:____________________ Geary Claxton 2009:____________________ Stanley Pringle 2010:____________________ David Jackson 2011:_______________________ Tim Frazier

SCRAPPIEST PLAYER

Sponsored by Steve Krentzman

1999:_______________________ Titus Ivory 2000:_______________________ Titus Ivory 2001:_______________________ Tyler Smith 2002:_____________________ Daren Tielsch 2003:____ Sharif Chambliss & Brandon Watkins 2004:____________________ Aaron Johnson 2005: ____________________ Geary Claxton 2006:___________________ Jamelle Cornley 2007:_______________________ Will Leiner 2008: ____________________ David Jackson 2009:_______________________ Will Leiner 2010:__________________ Adam Highberger 2011:___________________Steve Kirkpatrick 2012:_______________________Ross Travis

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY NCAA FINAL FOUR

PENN STATE NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY n APPEARANCES: 9 (last 2011) n FINAL FOUR: 1 (1954) n RECORD: 9-11 (20 games) n OVERTIME: 0-1 (last 1991 vs. E. Michigan) n 5-P0int or less games: 2-4 n Most points: PSU - W, 82-74 vs. North Carolina (2001) OPP - L, 86-80 vs. Arkansas (1996) n Largest margin of victory: PSU - 12 points, 63-50 vs. Toledo (1954) OPP - 29 points, 82-53 vs. Iowa (1955) n CONSECUTIVE WINS: 3 (1954) n LAST 10: 4-7 n Last 5: 2-4

1954 NCAA FINAL FOUR: (Front row from left): Jesse Arnelle, Ed Haag, Captain John Sherry, Jim Blocker & Ron Weidenhammer. (Back row): Head coach Elmer Gross, David Edwards, Jim Brewer, Bob Rohland, Rudy Marisa, Earl Fields, Charles Christianson, Asst. Coach John Egli & Manager John Chemsak.

TOURNAMENT MVP n 1954: Jesse Arnelle, F (East Regional)

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS n 1954: Jesse Arnelle, F (Final Four) Jesse Arnelle, F (East Regional) n 1942: John Egli, G (East Regional)

RECORD BY ROUND n FIRST: 4-5 n Second round: 3-3 n THIRD ROUND: 1-2 n Semifinals: 0-1

s Penn State faced Temple in the 2011 NCAA Tournament in Tucson, Ariz.

NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS

TOURNAMENT SEEDS

CAREER SCORING

1991: #13 1996: #5 2001: #7 2011: #10

VS. TOURNAMENT OPPONENTS Arkansas_________0-1 Dartmouth________0-1 Eastern Michigan___0-1 Illinois___________1-0 Iowa____________0-1 Kentucky_________0-2 LaSalle__________0-1 Louisiana State____1-0 Memphis State_____1-0 North Carolina_____1-0

North Carolina State_0-1 Notre Dame_______1-0 Princeton_________0-1 Providence_______1-0 Temple__________0-2 Toledo___________1-0 UCLA___________1-0 USC____________1-0

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1. 202 ________ Jesse Arnelle (1952, 54, 55) 2. 71____ Ron Weidenhammer (1952, 54, 55) 3. 61_____________ John Sherry (1952, 54) 4. 54_________________ Titus Ivory (2001) 5. 53___________ Gyasi Cline-Heard (2001) 6. 48________________Ed Haag (1952, 54) 7. 46_________________Joe Crispin (2001)_ 46______________ Earl Fields (1954, 55) 46 __________ Jim Blocker (1952, 54, 55) 10. 37 _______________ Jim Brewer (1954)

25 25 23 22 22 22 21 21 21 20 20 20

GAME SCORING

Jesse Arnelle_______ vs. Kentucky, 1955 Jesse Arnelle__________ vs. USC, 1954 Talor Battle___________vs. Temple, 2011 Jesse Arnelle_______ vs. Kentucky, 1952 Jesse Arnelle_______vs N.C. State, 1952 Jesse Arnelle_____ vs. Notre Dame, 1954 Gyasi Cline-Heard__vs. N. Carolina, 2001 Joe Crispin________vs. N. Carolina, 2001 Titus Ivory________vs. N. Carolina, 2001 Titus Ivory___________vs. Temple, 2001 Calvin Booth________ vs. Arkansas, 1996 Jesse Arnelle_____vs. Memphis St., 1955

GAME REBOUNDING

22 16 14 11 10 10

Jesse Arnelle_____vs. Memphis St., 1955 Carver Clinton______ vs. Princeton, 1965 Jesse Arnelle___________vs. LSU, 1954 Glenn Sekunda______ vs. Arkansas, 1996 Gyasi Cline-Heard__vs. Providence, 2001 Jesse Arnelle__________ vs. Iowa, 1955

OPPONENT GAME RECORDS

SCORING

34 Bob Pettit________________ LSU, 1954

REBOUNDING 24 Bob Pettit________________ LSU, 1954

5 5 4 4 3 3 3

3PT FIELD GOALS

Talor Battle___________vs. Temple, 2011 Pete Lisicky________ vs. Arkansas, 1996 Joe Crispin___________vs. Temple, 2001 Titus Ivory___________vs. Temple, 2001 Joe Crispin________vs. Providence, 2001 Titus Ivory________vs. Providence, 2001 Brandon Watkins______vs. Temple, 2001

3 PT FIELD GOALS 4 Bradley_____________ Arkansas, 1996


DATE OPPONENT (LOCATION)________________________ W/L____ SCORE 1942 3/20/42 3/21/42 1952 3/21/52 3/22/52 1954 3/9/54 3/12/54 3/13/54 3/19/54 3/20/54 1955 3/8/55 3/11/55 3/12/55 1965 3/8/65 1991 3/15/91 3/17/91 1996 3/14/96 2001 3/16/01 3/18/01 3/23/01 2011 3/17/11

Overall Record: 18-3; NCAA Record: 0-1 vs. Dartmouth (New Orleans, La.)___________________________L_______44-39 Leading PSU scorer: John Egli, 12 Vs. Illinois (New Orleans, La.)_____________________________ W_______41-34 Leading PSU scorer: L.D. Gent, 21 Overall Record: 20-6; NCAA Record: 0-2 vs. Kentucky (Raleigh, N.C.)_______________________________L_______82-54 Leading PSU scorer: Jesse Arnelle, 22 vs. North Carolina St. (Raleigh, N.C.)_________________________L _______69-60 Leading PSU scorer: Jesse Arnelle, 22 Overall Record: 18-6; NCAA Record: 4-1 vs. Toledo (Ft. Wayne, Ind.)_______________________________ W_______62-50 Leading PSU scorer: Jesse Arnelle, 13 vs. Louisiana State (Iowa City, Iowa)_________________________ W_______78-70 Leading PSU scorer: Jesse Arnelle, 24 vs. Notre Dame 63 (Iowa City, Iowa)_________________________ W_______71-63 Leading PSU scorer: Jesse Arnelle, 22

2011 NCAA: (Front row from left): Taran Buie, David Jackson, Jeff Brooks, Talor Battle, Andrew Jones, Steve Kirkpatrick, Cammeron Woodyard. (Back row): Kurt Kanaskie (asst.), Lewis Preston (asst.), Jermaine Marshall, Tre Bowman, Jon Graham, Billy Oliver, Sasa Borovnjak, Tim Frazier, Ed DeChellis (head coach), Dan Earl (asst.).

2001 NCAA: (Front row from left): Jon Crispin, Stephan Bekale, Tyler Smith, Scott Witkowsky, Gyasi ClineHeard, Titus Ivory, Joe Crispin, Sharif Chambliss, Brandon Watkins, Ken Krimmel. (Back row): John Smith (trainer), Chuck Swenson (asst.), Mike Boyd (asst.), Ndu Egekeze, Marcus Banta, Jarad Houston, B.J. Vossekuil, Jamaal Tate, Jerry Dunn (head coach), Christian Appleman (asst.), Monte Shubik (mgr).

1996 NCAA: (Front row from left): Jeremy Metzger, Dana Fritz, Glenn Sekunda, Rahsaan Carlton, Matt Gaudio, Chris Rogers, Donovan Williams, Phil Williams & Dan Earl. (Back row): Frank Haith (asst.), Ed DeChellis (asst.), Jerry Dunn (head coach), Joseph Pryor, Bryan Machamer, Aaron Jack, Calvin Booth, Jarrett Stephens, Pete Lisicky, Damien McKnight, Carlton Langley, Monroe Brown (asst.), John Smith (trainer) & Andy Smith (mgr).

1991 NCAA: (Front row from left): Freddie Barnes, David Degitz, C.J. Johnson, Tony Soskich, James Barnes, Marty Joyce, Lem Joyner & Monroe Brown. (Back row): Jeff Popera (mgr), Eric Carr, Elton Carter, Ricky Jolly, Dan McKenna, Jon Dietz, DeRon Hayes, Michael Jennings & Steve Wydman.

NCAA FINAL FOUR

vs. LaSalle (Kansas City, Mo.) ______________________________L_______69-54 Leading PSU scorer: Jesse Arnelle, 18 vs. USC (Kansas City, Mo.)_______________________________ W_______70-61 Leading PSU scorer: Jesse Arnelle, 25 Overall Record: 18-10; NCAA Record: 1-2 vs. Memphis State (Lexington, Ky.) _________________________ W_______59-55 Leading PSU scorer: Jesse Arnelle, 20 vs. Iowa (Evansville, Ind.)_________________________________L_______82-53 Leading PSU scorer: Bob Hoffman, 14 vs. Kentucky (Evansville, Ind.) ______________________________L_______84-59 Leading PSU scorer: Jesse Arnelle, 25 Overall Record: 20-4; NCAA Record: 0-1 vs. Princeton (Philadelphia, Pa.) ____________________________L_______60-58 Leading PSU scorer: Jim Reed, 16 Overall Record: 21-11; NCAA Record: 1-1; AUTOMATIC BID vs. (#4) UCLA (Syracuse, N.Y.) ____________________________ W_______74-69 Leading PSU scorer: James Barnes, 19 vs. (#14) Eastern Michigan (Syracuse, N.Y.) ____________________L___ 71-68, OT Leading PSU scorer: Four players with 12 points Overall Record: 21-7; NCAA Record: 0-1; AT-LARGE BID vs. (#12) Arkansas (Providence, R.I.)_________________________L_______86-80 Leading PSU scorer: Calvin Booth, 20 Overall Record: 21-12; NCAA Record: 2-1; AT-LARGE BID vs. (#10) Providence (New Orleans, La.)______________________ W______ 69-59 Leading PSU Scorer: Gyasi Cline-Heard 16 (10 rebs) vs. (#2) North Carolina (New Orleans, La.)____________________ W______ 82-74 Leading PSU Scorer: Joe Crispin and Titus Ivory, 21 vs. (#11) Temple (Atlanta, Ga.) _____________________________L_______84-72 Leading PSU Scorer: Titus Ivory, 20 Overall Record: 19-15; NCAA Record: 0-1; AT-LARGE BID vs. (#7) Temple (Tucson, Ariz.)______________________________L_______66-64 Leading PSU Scorer: Talor Battle, 23

NCAA TOURNAMENT

ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT SCORES

NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS

1965 NCAA: (Clockwise from Coach John Egli (center)): Carver Clinton, Ron Avillion, Jim Reed, Ray Saunders, Bob Weiss, Terry Hoover, Paul Mickey & Joe Tocci (asst.)

1952 NCAA: (Front row from left): Joe Piorkowski, Hardy Williams, Jesse Arnelle, Herm Sledzik, John Sherry. (Back row): John Egli (asst.), Steve Silvert (mgr), Ron Weidenhammer, Ed Haag, Robert Rohland, Jay McMahan, Chester Makarewicz, Jim Blocker, F. DeSalle & Elmer Gross (head coach).

1955 NCAA: (Front row from left): Jim Lysek, Rudy Marisa, Bob Rohland, Norm Hall, Wallace Mrasz, Angelo Collura (mgr). (Middle): John Egli (head coach), Ron Weidenhammer, Earl Fields, Bob Hoffman, Clarence Watts, Don Swegan (asst). (Back row): Dave Edwards, Hugh Cooper, Jim Blocker, Bob Ramsay, Jesse Arnelle & Joe Hartnett.

1942 NCAA: (Front row from left): Lawrence Gent, Herschel Baltimore, Elmer Gross, Richard Grimes, Robert Ramin, John Egli. (Back row): Richard Peifly, Myles Smith, David Hornstein, Thomas Sloane, Sidney Cohen & John Gerecter (mgr).

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NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES 1942

1954

1955

Dartmouth — Myers 7, Munroe 8, Olsen 19, Shaw 0, Skaug 7, Pearson 3, Parmer 0. Totals: FG 18 FT 8-12, 44. Penn State — Gross 7, Gent 2, Baltimore 7, Ramin 2, Egli 12, Grimes 0, Hornstein 9. Totals: FG 14 FT 11-16, 39. Halftime: Dartmouth 22, Penn State 16.

Penn State — Sherry 5, Blocker 4, Rohland 6, Arnelle 13, Weidenhammer 10, Haag 8, Brewer 11, Fields 5. Totals: FG 22 FT 18-24, 62. Toledo — Martin 23, Maher 4, Spice 11, Padzior 5, Ray 7. Totals: FG 14 FT 22-31, 50. Halftime: Toledo 30, Penn St. 27.

Penn State — Blocker 8, Edwards 4, Hoffman 2, Arnelle 20, Weidenhammer 8, Fields 17, Rohland 0, Ramsay 0. Totals: FG 21-60 FT 17-23, 59. Memphis State — Scott 5, Davis 12, Jones 0, McClain 4, Ballard 0, Winn 2, Arnold 12, Fortner 2, Caldwell 18. Totals: FG 23-81 FT 9-19, 55. Halftime: Penn State 33, Memphis State 19. Rebounds: Penn State 61 (Arnelle 22), Memphis State 44 (Arnold, Davis 10).

first round East Regional at New Orleans, La. • Mar. 20, 1942 Dartmouth 44, Penn State 39

consolation East Regional at New Orleans, La. • Mar. 21, 1942 Penn State 41, Illinois 34 Penn State — Gross 4, Gent 21, Baltimore 10, Ramin 0, Egli 4, Grimes 0, Hornstein 2. Totals: FG 17 FT 7-13, 41. Illinois — Menke 8, Fowler 2, Smiley 4, Hocking 0, Mathisen 8, Wukovitz 5, Phillip 5, Vance 0, Sachs 2, Parker 0. Totals: FG 12 FT 10-11, 34. Halftime: Penn State 26, Illinois 21.

1952

FIRSt Round East Regional at Raleigh, N.C. • Mar. 21, 1952 Kentucky 82, Penn State 54  Kentucky — Linville 12, Tsioropoulos 7, Whitaker 10, Neff 2, Evans 5, Hagan 20, Clark 0, Rose 6, Ramsey 11, Rouse 1, Watson 8. Totals: FG 35 FT 12-20, 82. Penn State — Weidenhammer 2, Piorkowski 1, Williams 2, Sherry 10, McMahan 2, Arnelle 22, Haag 3, Sledzik 12. Totals: FG 19 FT 16-30, 54. Halftime: Kentucky 43, Penn State 25.

Consolation Game East Regional at Raleigh, N.C. • Mar. 22, 1952 North Carolina St. 69, Penn State 60 North Carolina State — Tyler 6, Speight 15, Kukoy 2, Cook 2, Brandenburg 0, Thompson 21, Knapp 4, Yurin 3, Terrill 8, Gotkin 8, Applebaum 0. Totals: FG 25 FT 19-31, 69. Penn State — Sherry 8, Weidenhammer 4, Williams 4, Piorkowski 5, Arnelle 22, McMahon 3, Haag 3, Sledzik 5, Makarewicz 6, Blocker 0. Totals: FG 23 FT 14-27, 60. Halftime: North Carolina St. 42, Penn State 36.

First Round at Ft. Wayne, Ind. • Mar. 9, 1954 Penn State 62, Toledo 50

East Regional Semifinal at Iowa City, Iowa • Mar. 12, 1954 Penn State 78, Louisiana State 70 Penn State — Sherry 11, Rohland 2, Arnelle 24, Haag 9, Weidenhammer 9, Brewer 5, Fields 9, Blocker 9, Marisa 0. Totals: FG 29-82 FT 20-32, 78. Louisiana State — Belcher 6, Clark 10, Pettit 34, Mcardle 9, Magee 9, Sebastian 0, Freshley 0, McNeilly 2, Jones 0. Totals: FG 25-67 FT 20-24, 70. Halftime: Penn State 34, Louisiana State 32. Rebounds: Louisiana State 51 (Pettit 24), Penn State 37 (Arnelle 14).

East Regional Final at Iowa City, Iowa • Mar. 13, 1954 Penn State 71, Notre Dame 63 Penn State — Weidenhammer 3, Sherry 14, Brewer 7, Arnelle 22, Rohland 0, Haag 12, Fields 0, Blocker 13. Totals: FG 24 FT 23-30, 71. Notre Dame — Fannon 8, Bertrand 10, McGinn 0, Rosenthal 20, Sullivan 9, Stephens 16, Weiman 0. Totals: FG 21 FT 21-30, 63. Halftime: Penn State 31, Notre Dame 28.

NCAA Semifinal - FINAL FOUR at Kansas City, Mo. • Mar. 19, 1954 LaSalle 69, Penn State 54 LaSalle — Singley 10, Maples 7, Blatcher 19, Gola 19, O’Malley 9, O’Hara 5. Totals: FG 24 FT 21-32, 69. Penn State — Weidenhammer 3, Fields 5, Haag 4, Brewer 6, Arnelle 18, Rohland 4, Blocker 4, Sherry 6, Edwards 4. Totals: FG 20 FT 14-24, 54. Halftime: LaSalle 33, Penn State 22.

NCAA Third Place at Kansas City, Mo. • Mar. 20, 1954  Penn State 70, Southern Cal 61 Penn State — Sherry 7, Rohland 3, Arnelle 25, Haag 9, Weidenhammer 12, Brewer 8, Fields 4, Blocker 2, Edwards 0. Totals: FG 27 FT 16-20, 70. Southern Cal — Psaltis 11, Carr 4, Thompson 2, Pausig 5, Irvin 12, Ludecke 1, Hammer 8, Dunne 0, Welsh 18. Totals: FG 17 FT 27-38, 61. Halftime: Penn State 44, USC 26.

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First Round at Lexington, Ky. • Mar. 8, 1955 Penn State 59, Memphis State 55

East Regional Semifinal at Evansville, Ind. • Mar. 11, 1955 Iowa 82, Penn State 53 Iowa — Davis 19, Cain 21, Logan 8, Scheuerman 2, Seaberg 13, Johnson 0, Schoof 6, George 7, Ridley 2, Martel 1, Hawthorne 3, Duncan 0. Totals: FG 32-71 FT 18-29, 82. Penn State — Blocker 5, Edwards 0, Hoffman 14, Arnelle 11, Weidenhammer 4, Fields 3, Rohland 2, Ramsay 3, Marisa 8, Hartnett 0, Watts 2, Hall 1. Totals: FG 19-72 FT 15-21, 53. Halftime: Iowa 39, Penn State 25. Rebounds: Iowa 42 (Cain 9), Penn State 38 (Arnelle 10).

East Regional Consolation at Evansville, Ind. • Mar. 12, 1955  Kentucky 84, Penn State 59 Kentucky — Bird 17, Brewer 11, Mills 6, Burrow 22, Rose 7, Calvert 19, Adkins 2. Totals: FG 35 FT 14-20, 84. Penn State — Weidenhammer 16, Edwards 4, Hoffman 10, Arnelle 25, Blocker 1, Rohland 0, Fields 3, Ramsay 0. Totals: FG 20 FT 19-25, 59. Halftime: Kentucky 40, Penn State 28.

1991

First Round East Regional at Syracuse (Carrier Dome) Mar. 15, 1991 Penn State 74, UCLA 69 Penn State — J. Barnes 6-10 7-8 19, Hayes 8-15 0-0 16, Degitz 4-9 2-6 10, F. Barnes 1-3 2-2 4, Brown 3-6 3-6 10, Jennings 4-8 0-0 10, Johnson 1-3 1-1 3, Joyner 0-0 0-0 0, Carter 1-1 0-0 2, Dietz 0-1 0-0 0. Totals: FG 28-56 FT 15-23, 74. UCLA — Murray 6-12 4-4 17, Butler 4-9 1-2 9, MacLean 7-10 1-2 15, Martin 1-9 3-4 5, Madkins 5-7 0-0 11, Tarver 1-5 2-3 4, Owens 4-6 0-0 8. Totals: FG 28-58 FT 11-15, 69. Halftime: UCLA 36, Penn State 32. Rebounds: UCLA 35 (Owens 14), Penn State 31 (J. Barnes 8). Three-Point Field Goals: Penn State 3 (Jennings 2, Brown), UCLA 2 (Madkins, Murray).

Second Round East Regional at Syracuse (Carrier Dome) Mar. 17, 1991 Eastern Michigan 71, Penn State 68, OT Eastern Michigan — Hallas 4-10 4-4 12, C. Thomas 2-8 2-4 7, Kennedy 8-13 5-7 21, Ch. Thomas 3-7 3-3 11, Neely 5-10 7-8 18, Boykin 0-1 0-0 0, Lewis 1-1 0-0 2, Felder 0-0 0-0 0, Pearson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals: FG 23-50 FT 21-26, 71. Penn State — J. Barnes 3-6 6-7 12, Hayes 6-13 0-0 12, Degitz 3-9 2-5 8, F. Barnes 3-11 3-4 12, Brown 5-6 0-1 12, Johnson 2-4 2-2 6, Dietz 0-3 0-0 0, Carter 1-2 0-0 2, Jennings 1-2 1-2 4. Totals: FG 24-56 FT 14-21, 68. Halftime: Penn State 33, Eastern Michigan 29. Regulation: Eastern Michigan 58, Penn State 58. Rebounds: Eastern Michigan 35 (Hallas 8), Penn State 32 (J. Barnes 8). Three-Point Field Goals: Penn State 6 (F. Barnes 3, Brown 2, Jennings), Eastern Michigan 4 (Ch. Thomas 2)

1965

First Round East REGIONAL at Philadelphia (Palestra) • Mar. 8, 1965  Princeton 60, Penn State 58 Princeton — Bradley 22, Harlow 11, Brown 0, Rodenbach 12, Walters 6, Hummer 9. Totals: FG 24-62 FT 12-17, 60. Penn State — Avillion 11, Saunders 6, Clinton 12, Weiss 13, Reed 16, Mickey 0. Totals: FG 25-69 FT 8-14, 58. Halftime: Princeton 31, Penn State 28. Rebounds: Penn State 44 (Clinton 16), Princeton 43 (Hummer 13).

1996

First Round East Regional at Providence (Civic Center) Mar. 14, 1996  Arkansas 86, Penn State 80 Arkansas — Towns 5, Hood 12, Robinson 15, Reid 21, Bradley 13, L. Williams 2, Hall 14, Wilson 4, Thompson 0, Davis 0. Totals: FG 28 FT 20-33 86. Penn State — Gaudio 19, Sekunda 4, Booth 20, Earl 14, Lisicky 17, Metzger 0, D. Williams 0, McKnight 2, Stephens 1, P. Williams 3, Rogers 0. Totals: FG 28 FT l7-26, 80. Halftime: Arkansas 36, Penn State 28. Rebounds: Arkansas 34 (Hood 12), Penn State 40 (Sekunda 11). Three-Point Field Goals: Arkansas 10 (Bradley 4), Penn State 7 (Lisicky 5, Earl 2).


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Penn State – Ivory 13, Smith 7, Cline-Heard 16, Joe Crispin 13, Jon Crispin 11, Tate 0, Watkins 7, Banta 2, Egekeze 0. Totals: FG 23-52, FT 15-19, 69. Providence – Augustin 3, Maxey 16, Shabazz 13, Mills 8, Linehan 6, Rogers 2, Kabba 2, Anrin 0, Douthit 4, Laksa 5. Totals: FG 22-61, FT 12-18, 59. Halftime: Penn State 30, Providence 30. Rebounds: Penn State 32 (Cline-Heard 10), Providence 41 (Shabazz 9). Three-Point Field Goals: Penn State 8 (Ivory 3, Joe Crispin 3); Providence 3 (Linehan 2).

Penn State – Battle 23, Frazier 15, Jackson 14, Brooks 6, Jones 4, Woodyard 2 Totals: 26-54 FG, 8-19 3PT, 4-6 FT, 64 PTS Temple – Fernandez 23, Moore 23, Wyatt 10, Jefferson 7, Allen 3 Totals: 24-49 FG, 5-18 3PT, 13-15 FT, 66 PTS Halftime: Temple 35, Penn State 33 Rebounds: Temple 28 (Allen 11), Penn State 26 (Jones 8) Three-Point Field Goals: Penn State 8 (Battle 5, Jackson 2), Temple 5 (Fernandez 2, Wyatt 2)

First Round South Regional at New Orleans, La. (Superdome) Mar. 16, 2001 Penn State 69, Providence 59

SECOND Round WEST Regional at Tucson, Ariz. (McKale Center) Mar. 17, 2011 Temple 66, Penn State 64

Second Round South Regional at New Orleans, La. (Superdome) Mar. 18, 2001 Penn State 82, North Carolina 74 Penn State – Ivory 21, Smith 5, Cline-Heard 19, Joe Crispin 21, Jon Crispin 5, Tate 4, Watkins 2, Banta 2, Egekeze 3, Witkowsky 0. Totals: FG 31-71, FT 13-15, 82 North Carolina – Capel 12, Peppers 21, Haywood 13, Curry 9, Forte 6, Morrison 1, Owens 0, Boone 0, Lang 12. Totals: FG 30-64, FT 11-14, 74. Halftime: North Carolina 40, Penn State 39. Rebounds: Penn State 33 (Cline-Heard 9), North Carolina 44 (Haywood 13). Three-Point Field Goals: Penn State 7 (Ivory 3, Joe Crispin 3); North Carolina 3 (Capel 2).

South Regional Semifinal (Sweet 16) at Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome) Mar. 23, 2001 Temple 84, Penn State 72 Temple – Wesby 14, Hawkins 8, Lyde 13, Greer 21, Wadley 13, Jefferson 15, Rollerson 0, Thomas 0, Barry 0. Totals: FG 26-59, FT 26-30, 84. Penn State – Ivory 20, Smith 1, Cline-Heard 18, Joe Crispin 12, Jon Crispin 6, Tate 0, Krimmel 0, Watkins 12, Chambliss 0, Vossekuil 0, Banta 1, Egekeze 2, Witkowsky 0. Totals: FG 23-57, FT 13-21, 72. Halftime: Temple 39, Penn State 21. Rebounds: Temple 44 (Lyde 13), Penn State 27 (Ivory 7). Three-Point Field Goals: Temple 6 (Wesby 3), Penn State 13 (Ivory 4, Joe Crispin 4).

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NIT HISTORY NIT CHAMPIONS

PENN STATE NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT HISTORY n APPEARANCES: 10 (last 2009) n Champion: 1 (2009) n FINALS: 2 (1-1), (2009, 1998) n SEMIFINALS: 5 (2-3), (2009, 2000, 1998, 1995 & 1990) n RECORD: 22-9 (31 games) (70.9%) n GAMES HOSTED: 12 (10-2) n OVERTIME: 2-0 (last 2009 vs. George Mason) n 5-P0int or less games: 11-3 n Most points: PSU - W, 105-103 vs. Siena (2000) OPP - W, 105-103 vs. Siena (2000) n Largest margin of victory: PSU - 16 points, 89-73 vs. Murray State (1989) OPP - 21 points, 73-52 vs. Notre Dame (2000) n CONSECUTIVE WINS: 5 (2009) n LAST 10: 8-2 n Last 5: 5-0

2009 NIT CHAMPIONS: (Front row from left): Brad Pantall (strength coach) Kyle Gifford (mgr), Will Leiner, Stanley Pringle, Danny Morrissey, Jamelle Cornley, Talor Battle, Adam Highberger, Lucas Mariano (mgr), DJ Black (video coord.). (Back row): Jonathan Salazer (trainer), Kurt Kanaskie (asst.), Ed DeChellis (head coach), Chris Babb, Steve Kirkpatrick, Billy Oliver, Andrew Jones, Andrew Ott, Jeff Brooks, David Jackson, Cammeron Woodyard, Lewis Preston (asst.) & Jon Perry (Dir. Ops).

TOURNAMENT MVP n 2009: Jamelle Cornley, F

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM n 2009: Jamelle Cornley, F & Talor Battle, G n 2000: Jarrett Stephens, F & Joe Crispin, G n 1998: Calvin Booth, C n 1995: Dan Earl, G n 1990: James Barnes, G

s Penn State won five straight games, including at Florida and downing Notre Dame and Baylor in New York’s Madison Square Garden, to claim the school’s first-ever national tournament title in the 2009 National Invitation Tournament.

CAREER SCORING

RECORD BY ROUND n FIRST: 6-4 n Second round: 5-1 n Quarterfinals: 5-0 n Semifinals: 2-3 n finals: 1-1 n CONSOLATION GAME: 3-0

VS. TOURNAMENT OPPONENTS Alabama_________0-1 Baylor___________1-0 Canisius_________1-0 Dayton__________1-0 Florida___________1-0 George Mason_____1-0 Georgia__________1-0 Georgia Tech______1-0 Iowa____________1-0 Kent State________1-0 Marquette________1-1 Maryland_________1-0 Miami (Fla.)_______1-0 Minnesota________0-1

Murray State______1-0 Nebraska_________1-0 New Mexico_______1-0 North Carolina State_1-0 Notre Dame_______1-1 Pittsburgh________0-1 Princeton_________1-0 Rhode Island______1-0 Rider____________1-0 Rutgers__________1-1 San Francisco_____0-1 Siena___________1-0 Vanderbilt________0-1 Villanova_________0-1

1. 147________ Jarrett Stephens (1998, 2000) 2. 146____________ Joe Crispin (1998, 2000) 3. 124_____________ Pete Lisicky (1995, ‘98) 4. 93_______ Freddie Barnes (1989, ‘90, ‘92) 5. 89_____________Titus Ivory (1998, 2000) 6. 87_______________ Ed Fogell (1989, ‘90) 7. 83___________ DeRon Hayes (1990, ‘92) 8. 82________________ Talor Battle (2009) 9. 78______________ John Amaechi (1995) 10. 76_______ Gyasi Cline-Heard (1998, 2000)

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GAME SCORING

Jarrett Stepens _____ vs. NC State, 2000 Joe Crispin ___________vs. Siena, 2000 Dan Earl _________ vs. Marquette, 1995 Carver Clinton ______vs. San Fran., 1966 Talor Battle_____ vs. George Mason, 2009 Jarrett Stephens _______ vs. Kent, 2000 Jamelle Cornley _______ at Florida, 2009 Jarrett Stephens _______vs. Siena, 2000 Travis Parker ________ vs. Rutgers, 2006 John Amaechi ____ vs. Miami (Fla.), 1995 Pete Lisicky __________vs. Dayton, 1995 Four Players

NIT RECORDS

GAME REBOUNDING

17 16 14 12 12 11 12 10 10 10 10 10 10

Frank Brickowski ____ vs. Alabama, 1980 Jarrett Stephens ____ vs. Princeton, 2000 Andrew Jones____ vs. Notre Dame, 2009 Travis Parker ________ vs. Rutgers, 2006 John Amaechi _________ vs. Iowa, 1995 Glenn Sekunda ____ vs. Marquette, 1995 Jamelle Cornley_______ at Florida, 2009 Andrew Jones___ vs. Rhode Island, 2009 Jamelle Cornley ______ vs. Rutgers, 2006 Calvin Booth _________vs. Dayton, 1998 Jarrett Stephens _______ vs. Kent, 2000 Gyasi Cline-Heard ______ vs. Kent, 2000 John Amaechi ______ vs. Nebraska, 1995

5 5 5 5 5 5 4

Stanley Pringle________ at Florida, 2009 Talor Battle_____ vs. George Mason, 2009 Jon Crispin____________vs. Siena, 2000 Dan Earl_________ vs. Marquette, 1995 Pete Lisicky__________vs. Dayton, 1998 Ben Luber__________ vs. Rutgers, 2006 Six Players

OPPONENT GAME RECORDS

SCORING

32 Quincy Douby___________Rutgers, 2006

REBOUNDING 16 Ryan Perryman_________ Dayton, 1998

3 PT FIELD GOALS 8

Quincy Douby___________Rutgers, 2006

3PT FIELD GOALS

s Jamelle Cornley was named the MVP of the 2009 NIT.

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DATE OPPONENT (LOCATION)________________________ W/L____ SCORE 1966 3/12/66 1980 3/15/80 1989 3/15/89 3/20/89 1990 3/14/90 3/19/90 3/21/90 3/26/90 3/28/90 1992 3/18/92 1995 3/15/95 3/21/95 3/23/95 3/27/95 3/29/95 1998 3/11/98 3/16/98 3/18/98 3/24/98 3/26/98 2000 3/15/00 3/20/00 3/22/00 3/28/00 3/30/00 2006 3/14/06 2009 3/17/09 3/19/09 3/24/09 3/31/09 4/2/09

Overall Record: 18-6; NIT Record: 0-1 vs. San Francisco (New York, N.Y.)___________________________L_______89-77 Leading PSU scorer: Carver Clinton 26 Overall Record: 18-10; NIT Record: 0-1 vs. Alabama (Birmingham, Ala.)_____________________________L_______53-49 Leading PSU scorer: Frank Brickowski 16 Overall Record: 20-12; NIT Record: 1-1 vs. Murray State (University Park, Pa.)_______________________ W_______89-73 Leading PSU scorer: Bruce Blake 20 vs. Villanova (Philadelphia, Pa.)_____________________________L_______76-67 Leading PSU scorer: Freddie Barnes 16 Overall Record: 25-9; NIT Record: 4-1 vs. Marquette (University Park, Pa.)_________________________ W_______57-54 Leading PSU scorer: James Barnes 15 vs. Maryland (University Park, Pa.)__________________________ W_______80-78 Leading PSU scorer: Ed Fogell 20 vs. Rutgers (Piscataway, N.J.)_____________________________ W_______58-55 Leading PSU scorer: Deron Hayes 16, Ed Fogell 16 vs. Vanderbilt (New York, N.Y.)______________________________L_______75-62 Leading PSU scorer: Freddie Barnes 18 vs. New Mexico (New York, N.Y.)___________________________ W___ 83-81 (0T) Leading PSU scorer: James Barnes 19 Overall Record: 21-8; NIT Record: 0-1 vs. Pittsburgh (University Park, Pa.)__________________________L_______67-65 Leading PSU scorer: Deron Hayes 20 Overall Record: 21-11; NIT Record: 4-1 vs. Miami (Fla.) (University Park, Pa.)________________________ W_______62-56 Leading PSU scorer: John Amaechi 21 vs. Nebraska (Lincoln, Neb.)______________________________ W_______65-59 Leading PSU scorer: Rahsaan Carlton 19 vs. Iowa (Iowa City, Iowa)________________________________ W_______67-64 Leading PSU scorer: Rahsaan Carlton 13 vs. Marquette (New York, N.Y.)______________________________L_______87-79 Leading PSU scorer: Dan Earl 26 vs. Canisius (New York, N.Y.)______________________________ W_______66-62 Leading PSU scorer: John Amaechi 17, Dan Earl 17 Overall Record: 19-13; NIT Record: 4-1 vs. Rider (University Park, Pa.)_____________________________ W_______82-68 Leading PSU scorer: Pete Lisicky 20 vs. Dayton (Dayton, Ohio)________________________________ W_______77-74 Leading PSU scorer: Pete Lisicky 21 vs. Georgia Tech (Atlanta, Ga.)____________________________ W_______75-70 Leading PSU scorer: Joe Crispin 18, Pete Lisicky 18, Greg Grays 18 vs. Georgia (New York, N.Y.)______________________________ W_______66-60 Leading PSU scorer: Joe Crispin 18 vs. Minnesota (New York, N.Y.)_____________________________L_______79-72 Leading PSU scorer: Calvin Booth 14, Gyasi Cline-Heard 14 Overall Record: 19-16; NIT Record: 4-1 vs. Princeton (University Park, Pa.)__________________________ W_______55-41 Leading PSU scorer: Jarrett Stephens 11, Joe Crispin 11 vs. Siena (University Park, Pa.)____________________________ W_____105-103 Leading PSU scorer: Joe Crispin 28 vs. Kent (University Park, Pa.)_____________________________ W_______81-74 Leading PSU scorer: Jarrett Stephens 24 vs. Notre Dame (New York, N.Y.)____________________________L_______73-52 Leading PSU scorer: Joe Crispin 16 vs. North Carolina State (New York, N.Y.)_____________________ W_______74-72 Leading PSU scorer: Jarrett Stephens 28 Overall Record: 15-15; NIT Record: 0-1 vs. Rutgers (University Park, Pa.)____________________________L_______76-71 Leading PSU scorer: Travis Parker 21 Overall Record: 27-11; NIT Record: 5-0 vs. George Mason (University Park, Pa.)______________________ W____ 77-73 OT Leading PSU scorer: Talor Battle, 24 vs. Rhode Island (University Park, Pa.)_______________________ W_______83-72 Leading PSU scorer: Stanley Pringle, 19 at Florida (Gainesville, Fla.)_______________________________ W_______71-62 Leading PSU scorer: Jamelle Cornley, 23 vs. Notre Dame (New York, N.Y.)___________________________ W_______67-59 Leading PSU scorer: Talor Battle, 17 vs. Baylor (New York, N.Y.)_______________________________ W_______69-63 Leading PSU scorer: Jamelle Cornley, 18

NIT

ALL-TIME NIT SCORES

NIT FINALISTS

2000 NIT SEMIFINALIST: (Front row from left): Jon Crispin, Joe Crispin, Gyasi Cline-Heard, Scott Witkowsky, Carl Jackson, Jarrett Stephens, Titus Ivory, Pete Rogowski, Tim McGovern, Brandon Watkins. (Back row): Mike Boyd (asst.), Chuck Swenson (asst.), Jerry Dunn (head coach), Ken Krimmel, Ndu Egekeze, B.J. Vossekuil, Jarad Houston, Marcus Banta, Tyler Smith, Stephan Bekale, Christian Appleman (asst.), John Smith (trainer) & Larry Lazarus (mgr).

1998 NIT RUNNER-UP: (Front row from left): Pete Rogowski, Greg Grays, Jon Branam, Greg Stevenson, Pete Lisicky, Titus Ivory, Joe Crispin, Tim McGovern; (Back row): Larry Lazarus (mgr), Chad Seifried (mgr), John Smith (Trainer), Gyasi Cline-Heard, Calvin Booth, Scott Witkowsky, Carl Jackson, Jarrett Stephens, Jerry Dunn (head coach), Mike Boyd (asst.), Christian Appleman (asst.) and Chuck Swenson (asst.).

1995 NIT SEMIFINALIST: (Front row from left): Glenn Sekunda, Donovan Williams, Greg Bartram, John Amaechi, Nate Althouse, Michael Joseph, Rahsaan Carlton & Chris Rogers. (Back row): Carlton Langley, Brad Kopcha, Pete Lisicky, Phil Williams, Calvin Booth, Bryan Machamer, Dan Earl, Damien McKnight, Dana Fritz & Ron Palmer.

1990 NIT SEMIFINALIST: (Front row from left): Freddie Barnes, Tony Soskich, Lem Joyner, Darrell Ricks, Ed Fogell, Rodney Henderson, James Barnes, Dave Degitz & C.J. Johnson. (Back row): Jeff Popera (mgr), Brian Smith (mgr), Eric Carr, Jon Dietz, Ricky Jolley, DeRon Hayes, Michael Jennings, Monroe Brown & Dan Eck (trainer).

NIT TEAMS

2006 NIT: (Front row from left): D.J. Black (mgr), Will Leiner, Mike Walker, Nikola Obradovic, Travis Parker, Ben Luber, David Jackson, Maxwell Dubois. (Back row): Clay Scovill, Cilk McSweeney, Keith Hardin, Brandon Hassell, Joonas Suotamo, Jamelle Cornley, Geary Claxton, Danny Morrissey.

1992 NIT: (Front row from left): Mike Hoffman (mgr), Eric Carr, DeRon Hayes, Freddie Barnes, Dave Degitz, Monroe Brown, Jon Dietz, Michael Jennings, Dan Eck (trainer). (Back row): Donovan Williams, Steve Wydman, Matt Gaudio, Michael Joseph, Dan McKenna, Brian Anderson, Elton Carter, Greg Bartram & Tom Barnett.

1989 NIT: (Front row from left): Darrell Ricks, Lem Joyner, Tom Hovasse, Christian Appleman, Bruce Blake, Brian Allen, Ed Fogell, Rodney Henderson. (Back row): Jeff Popera (mgr), Monroe Brown, C.J. Johnson, Ricky Jolley, David Degitz, James Barnes Tony Soskich & Freddie Barnes.

1980 NIT: (Front row from left): Craig Buffie, Mike Edelman, Frank Brickowski, Tom Wilkinson, Steve Kuhn, Gary Korkowski, Jim Solic, Scott Wolz, George Strand, Will Diehl. (Back row): Bud Miller (trainer), Ray Edelman (asst.), Perry Clark (asst.), Donnie May, Rich Fetter, Mike Lang, Bruce Hegedus, Tracy Pearl, Dick Stewart (asst.), Dick Harter (head coach) & Bob Powell (mgr).

1966 NIT: (Front row from left): Gary Hayes, Jerry Roseboro, Carver Clinton, Ray Saunders, Jim Reed, Jeff Persson. (Back row): Joe Tocci (asst.), John Egli (head coach), Jim Ward, Steve Longwell, Paul Mickey, Buster Weinzieri, Ralph Guyton, Joe McGovern, Ray Ulinski (trainer) & Ben Myers (mgr).

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NIT FINALISTS BOX SCORES 1990

FIRST ROUND University Park, Pa. • Mar. 14, 1990 Penn State 57, Marquette 54 Marquette — Powell 11, Baldwin 9, Grosse 2, Anglavar 6, Smith 23, Luter 3, Hayes 0, Leurck 0. Totals: FG: 21-49 FT: 8-11, 54. Penn State — Hayes 10, J. Barnes 15, Fogell 13, Brown 4, F. Barnes 5, Jennings 5, Degitz 5, Johnson 0, Ricks 0. Totals: FG: 23-54 FT: 8-10, 57. Halftime Score: Marquette 32, Penn State 31. Rebs: Penn State 37 (Fogell, Hayes 8), Marquette 25 (Powell 10). 3-Point Field Goals: Marquette 4 (Anglavar 2, Smith 2), Penn State 3 (Three with 1).

Second Round at University Park, Pa. • Mar. 19, 1990 Penn State 80, Maryland 78 Maryland — Martin 2, Mustaf 22, Massenburg 26, Williams 14, McCoy 7, Anderson 2, Broadnax 2, Lewis 3. Totals: FG 26-53 FT 23-27, 78. Penn State — Hayes 13, Degitz 7, Fogell 20, Brown 12, F. Barnes 14, Jennings 3, Ricks 0, Joyner 3, Johnson 8, Jolley 0. Totals: FG 27-65 FT 21-27, 80. Halftime Score: Penn State 35, Maryland 35. Rebs: Penn State 39 (Johnson 7), Maryland 35 (Massenburg 11). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 5 (F. Barnes 2), Maryland 3 (Williams 2).

Quarterfinal at Piscataway, N.J. • Mar. 21, 1990  Penn State 58, Rutgers 55 Penn State — Brown 8, Ricks 0, F. Barnes 9, Joyner 0, Degitz 9, Hayes 16, Fogell 16, Jennings 0, Johnson 0. Totals: FG 23-51 FT 11-13, 58. Rutgers — Duncan 12, Dadika 0, Jones 7, Duckett 11, Hughes 10, Smith 6, Perry 6, Lumpkin 3. Totals FG 23-51 FT 6-11, 55. Halftime Score: Rutgers 34, Penn State 29. Rebs: Rutgers 32 (Duckett 8), Penn State 28 (Hayes 7). 3-Point Field Goals: Rutgers 3 (Duncan 2), Penn State 1 (F. Barnes).

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Semifinal at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 26, 1990  Vanderbilt 75, Penn St. 62 Vanderbilt — Anglin 3, Grant 7, Reid 6, Draud 20, Wilcox 10, Milholland 11, Mayes 5, Wheat 13. Totals: FG 26-48 FT 15-21, 75. Penn State — J. Barnes 12, Hayes 10, Fogell 8, F. Barnes 18, Brown 5, Degitz 2, Joyner 0, Jennings 7, Ricks 0, Henderson 0. Totals: FG 26-61 FT 4-5, 62. Halftime Score: Vanderbilt 39, Penn State 31. Rebs: Vanderbilt 35 (Grant 11), Penn State 27 (J. Barnes, Brown 5). 3-Point Field Goals: Vanderbilt 8 (Draud 5), Penn State 6 (F. Barnes 4).

Third Place Game at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 28, 1990 Penn State 83, New Mexico 81 (OT) Penn State — J. Barnes 19, Hayes 14, Fogell 16, F. Barnes 5, Brown 11, Degitz 12, Ricks 0, Jennings 2, Carr 4. Totals: FG 30-59 FT 22-30, 83. New Mexico — McBurrows 0, Miller 17, Longley 17, D. McGee 13, Robbins 15, Banks 19, Griego 0, Sierra 0, Walker 0. Totals: FG 35-65 FT 2-5, 81. Halftime Score: Penn State 35, New Mexico 35. Regulation: Penn State 70, New Mexico 70. Rebs: New Mexico 35 (Longley 14), Penn State 34 (J. Barnes 7). 3-Point Field Goals: New Mexico 9 (Banks 3, D. McGee 3, Robbins 3), Penn State 1 (Brown).

1995

First Round at University Park, Pa. • Mar. 15, 1995 Penn State 62, Miami (Fla.) 56 Miami — Fraser 4, Edwards 15, Popa 13, Norris 9, Dunn 5, McCormick 0, Pearson 0, Frazier 1, Rich 6, Rosa 3, Totals: FG 23-60 FT 5-7, 56. Penn State — Carlton 7, Sekunda 10, Amaechi 21, Earl 7, D. Williams 0, Lisicky 7, Bartram 5, P. Williams 3, Joseph 2, Totals: FG 17-49 FT 24-29, 62. Halftime Score: Miami (Fla.) 33, Penn State 20. Rebs: Miami (Fla.) 40 (Rich 12), Penn State 33 (Amaechi 8). 3-Point Field Goals: Miami (Fla.) 5 (Edwards 3), Penn State 4 (four with 1).

Second Round at Lincoln, Neb. • Mar. 21, 1995 Penn State 65, Nebraska 59 Penn State — Carlton 19, Sekunda 2, Amaechi 12, Earl 14, D. Williams 0, Bartram 9, Lisicky 7, Joseph 0, P. Williams 2, Totals: FG 22-52 FT 9-14, 65. Nebraska — Badgett 4, Brooks 8, Moore 15, Strickland 9, Boone 11, Surles 0, Wald 3, Sallee 5, Glock 4, Totals: FG 23-50 FT 11-21, 59. Halftime Score: Penn State 36, Nebraska 36. Rebs: Penn State 39 (Amaechi 10), Nebraska 29 (Strickland 7). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 12 (Earl 4, Carlton, Bartram 3), Nebraska 2 (Brooks, Wald).

Quarterfinal at Iowa City, Iowa. • Mar. 23, 1995 Penn State 67, Iowa 64 Penn State — Carlton 13, Sekunda 4, Amaechi 12, Earl 3, D. Williams 10, Bartram 8, Lisicky 12, P. Williams 3, Joseph 2, Totals 26-58 8-18 67. Iowa — Murray 4, Settles 16, Bartels 8, Woolridge 28, Kingsbury 4, Carter 0, Bowen 0, Glasper 0, Skillet 0, Millard 4, Totals: FG 24-59 FT 11-19, 64. Halftime Score: Iowa 34, Penn State 31. Rebs: Penn State 50 (Amaechi 12), Iowa 37 (Settles 9). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 7 (Lisicky 4), Iowa 5 (Woolridge 2).

Semifinal at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 27, 1995 Marquette 87, Penn State 79 Penn State — Carlton 7, Sekunda 6, Amaechi 16, Earl 26, D. Williams 4, Joseph 0, Lisicky 9, P. Williams 2, Bartram 9, Althouse 0, Totals: FG 24-51 FT 20-33, 79. Marquette — Abraham 6, Eford 15, McCaskill 2, Miller 7, Pieper 31, Crawford 5, Joseph 0, Hutchins 21, Streater 0, McCall 0, Gates 0, Harris 0, Totals: FG 25-58 FT 22-35, 87. Halftime Score: Penn State 36, Marquette 28. Rebs: Penn State 42 (Sekunda 11), Marquette 31 (Abraham, Miller, Pieper 5). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 11 (Earl 5, Lisicky 3), Marquette 15 (Pieper 7, Eford 4).

Third Place Game at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 29, 1995 Penn State 66, Canisius 62 Penn State — Carlton 6, Sekunda 11, Amaechi 17, Earl 17, D. Williams 4, Lisicky 6, P. Williams 4, Bartram 1, Joseph 0, Totals: FG 24-44 FT 13-18, 66. Canisius — Barley 17, Wise 9, Meeks 9, James 11, Moore 3, Collins 2, Thompson 0, Young 11, Frazier 0, Gorman 0, Totals: FG 25-64 FT 6-10, 62. Halftime Score: Penn State 40, Canisius 29. Rebs: Penn State 34 (Sekunda 8), Canisius 31 (Meeks 9). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 5 (Earl 3, Lisicky 2), Canisius 6 (Young 3).

1998

First Round at University Park, Pa. • Mar. 11, 1998 Penn State 82, Rider 68 Rider – Lacey 15, Touomou 9, McPeek 4, Finefrock 8, Burston 14, Crawford 7, King 0, Smith 5, Perry 6, Charles 0, McClark 0, Bigos 0, Stansel 0. Totals: FG 27-56 FT 11-17, 68 Penn State – Ivory 8, Jackson 3, Booth 14, Crispin 6, Lisicky 20, Cline-Heard 6, Grays 6, Stephens 19, Stevenson 0, Witkowsky 0, Branam 0, Rogowski 0, McGovern 0, Crenshaw 0. Totals: FG 28-57 FT 20-28, 82 Halftime Score: Penn State 35, Rider 34. Rebs: Penn State 30 (Lisicky 7), Rider 33 (Lacey 10). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 6 (Lisicky 4), Rider 3.

Second Round at Dayton, Ohio • Mar. 16, 1998 Penn State 77, Dayton 74 Penn State – Jackson 2, Ivory 6, Booth 19, Crispin 7, Lisicky 21, Cline-Heard 4, Grays 2, Stephens 16, Stevenson 0. Totals: FG 33-63 FT 5-11, 77 Dayton – Perryman 21, Turner 11, Ashman 15, Stanley 14, Young 4, Fitz 2, Doliboa 0, Metzler 2, Bami 5, Cooper 0. Totals: FG 28-71 FT 13-17, 74 Halftime Score: Penn State 33, Dayton 31. Rebs: Penn State 34 (Booth 10), Dayton 46 (Perryman 16). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 6 (Lisicky 5), Dayton 5 (Turner 3).


NIT FINALISTS BOX SCORES Third Round at Atlanta, Ga. • Mar. 18, 1998 Penn State 75, Georgia Tech 70 Penn State – Ivory 1, Jackson 0, Booth 16, Crispin 18, Lisicky 18, Cline-Heard 0, Grays 18, Stephens 14, Stevenson 0, Witkowsky 0. Totals: FG 27-60 FT 15-20, 75 Georgia Tech – Harpring 25, Maddox 9, Jones 7, Glover 14, Spivey 7, Machado 0, Vines 5, Floyd 3. Totals: FG 26-57 FT 12-19, 70 Halftime Score: Penn State 34, Georgia Tech 26 Rebs: Penn State 28 (Booth 8), Georgia Tech 38 (Jones 13). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 6 (Lisicky 4), Georgia Tech 6 (Harpring 3).

Semifinals at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 24, 1998 Penn State 66, Georgia 60 Georgia – Jones 23, Chadwick 12, Brown 2, Smith 7, Harrison 6, Oliver 0, Dukes 4, Jones 2, Hall 4, Ransom 0. Totals: FG 22-67 FT 10-17, 60 Penn State – Ivory 11, Jackson 4, Booth 11, Crispin 18, Lisicky 13, Cline-Heard 5, Grays 2, Stephens 2, Stevenson 0. Totals: FG 22-47 FT 16-23, 66 Halftime Score: Penn State 32, Georgia 28. Rebs: Penn State 39 (Lisicky 7), Georgia 39 (Jones 15). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 6 (Lisicky 3), Georgia 6 (Jones 3).

Championship Game at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 26, 1998 Minnesota 79, Penn State 72 Minnesota – Jacobson 23, Lewis 19, Sanden 0, Clark 28, Harris 7, Tarver 0, Nathaniel 0, Broxsie 2, Ja. Stanford 0, Schoenrock 0, Je. Stanford 0. Totals: FG 25-57 FT 22-27, 79 Penn State – Ivory 6, Jackson 4, Booth 14, Crispin 10, Lisicky 11, Cline-Heard 14, Grays 8, Witkowsky 0, Stevenson 2, Branam 3. Totals: FG 26-61 FT 10-20, 72 Halftime Score: Minnesota 35, Penn State 30. Rebs: Penn State 38 (Booth 8), Minnesota 37 (Clark 7). 3-Point Field Goals:  Penn State 10 (Lisicky 3), Minnesota 7 (Jacobson 3).

2000

First Round at University Park, Pa. • Mar. 15, 2000 Penn State 55, Princeton 41 Princeton – Chapman 0, Robins 0, Young 16, Gloger 10, El-Nokali 1, Baah 2, Walton 6, Rozier-Byrd 0, Rocca 6. Totals: FG 16-50 FT 8-14, 41 Penn State – Stephens 11, Ivory 9, Jackson 7, Joe Crispin 11, Jon Crispin 9, Krimmel 0, Watkins 0, McGovern 0, Cline-Heard 2, Vossekuil 0, Smith 6, Banta 0. Totals : FG 20-50 FT 7-13, 55 Halftime Score: Penn State 31, Princeton 15. Rebs: Penn State 40 (Stephens 16), Princeton 30 (Young 11). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 8 (Joe and Jon Crispin, 3 each), Princeton 1.

Second Round at University Park, Pa. • Mar. 20, 2000 Penn State 105, Siena 103 Siena – Cantamessa 20, Osinski 16, Deters 0, Stewart 8, Faison 27, Karangwa 0, Knapp 19, Buhrman 3, Archbold 4, Clinton 2, Taylor 4. Totals: FG 39-75 FT 13-19, 103 Penn State – Stephens 22, Ivory 18, Jackson 4, Joe Crispin 28, Jon Crispin 17, Watkins 0, ClineHeard 14, Smith 2, Banta 0. Totals: FG 27-46 FT 42-49, 105 Halftime Score: Siena 50, Penn State 47. Rebs: Penn State 28 (Cline-Heard 7), Siena 33 (Faison 7). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 9 (Jon Crispin 5), Siena 12 (Knapp 5).

Third Round at University Park, Pa. • Mar. 22, 2000 Penn State 81, Kent 74 Kent – Thomas 18, Massey 8, Whorton 14, Mitchell 15, Huffman 2, Shaw 15, Moore 0, Vaughn 2, Meers 0, Warren 0, Perry 0. Totals: FG 30-61 FT 11-19, 74 Penn State – Stephens 24, Ivory 13, Jackson 2, Joe Crispin 18, Jon Crispin 11, Watkins 0, ClineHeard 13, Smith 0, Banta 0. Totals: FG 25-54 FT 26-35, 81 Halftime Score: Kent 34, Penn State 33. Rebs:  Penn State 37 (Stephens, Cline-Heard, 10 each), Kent 33 (Massey 10). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 5 (Jon Crispin 3), Kent 3.

Semifinals at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 28, 2000 Notre Dame 73, Penn State 52 Penn State – Ivory 8, Stephens 11, Jackson 0, Joe Crispin 16, Jon Crispin 6, Cline-Heard 10, Smith 1, Watkins 0, Banta 0, Krimmel 0, Vossekuil 0. Totals: FG 18-54 FT 9-15, 52 Notre Dame – Graves 9, Murphy 18, Swanagan 6, Carroll 13, DIllon 4, Monserez 0, Ingelsby 7, Kartelo 4, Macura 12, Thomas 0. Totals: FG 25-47 FT 17-24, 73 Halftime Score: Notre Dame 38, Penn State 23. Rebs:  Penn State 25 (Stephens 9), Notre Dame 38 (Murphy 8). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 7 (Joe Crispin 4), Notre Dame 6.

Consolation Game at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 30, 2000 Penn State 74, North Carolina State 72 North Carolina State – Inge 18, Wilkins 21, Thornton 6, Gainey 4, Wells 6, Grundy 10, Williams 0, Miller 3, Crawford 4. Totals: FG 26-55 FT 16-18, 72 Penn State – Ivory 9, Stephens 28, Jackson 1, Joe Crispin 14, Jon Crispin 7, Cline-Heard 8, Smith 5, Watkins 2, Witkowsky 0. Totals: FG 28-55 FT 13-16, 74 Halftime Score: Penn State 37, N.C. State 37. Rebs: Penn State 25 (Cline-Heard 6), N.C. State 34 (Inge 9). 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 5 (Joe Crispin 2), N.C. State 4.

2009

Opening Round at University Park, Pa. • Mar. 17, 2009 (2) Penn State 77, (7) George Mason 73 Overtime George Mason – Monroe 8, Birdsong 0, Smith 12, Long 16, Vaughan 7, Cornelius 12, Morrison 11, Pearson 7 Totals: FG 28-61 FT 9-11, 73 Penn State – Cornley 2, Jackson 4, Jones 11, Pringle 6, Battle 24, Babb 11, Leiner 0, Brooks 13, Morrissey 6, Ott 6 Totals: FG 30-60 FT 6-11, 77 Halftime: George Mason 31, Penn State 38. Rebs:  Penn State 34 (Jones 6), George Mason (Morrison 8) 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 11 (Battle 5), George Mason 8 (Long 3).

Second Round at University Park, Pa. • Mar. 19, 2009 (2) Penn State 83, (6) Rhode Island 72 Rhode Island – Ulmer 8, Seawright 17, Martell 2, Jones 4, Baron 24, Mejia 6, James 6, Cothran 2 Totals: FG 27-62 FT 10-10, 72 Penn State – Jackson 7, Brooks 6, Jones 14, Pringle 19, Battle 16, Babb 13, Morrissey 6, Ott 2 Totals: FG 24-53 FT 27-31, 83 Halftime: Rhode Island 29, Penn State 42 Rebs:  Penn State 37 (Jones 10), Rhode Island 26 (Ulmer 8) 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 8 (Battle 4), Rhode Island 8 (Baron 6).

Quarterfinal at Gainesville, Fla. • Mar. 24, 2009 (2) Penn State 71, (1) Florida 62 Penn State – Cornley 23, Pringle 15, Jackson 14, Battle 13, Jones 3, Morrissey 3, Brooks 0, Babb 0, Totals: FG 26-54 FT 11-12, 71 Florida – Werner 4, Tyus 15, Walker 16, Hodge 7, Calathes 10, Shipman 6, McClanahan 0, Parsons 4 Totals: FG 25-60 FT 7-9, 62 Halftime: Penn State 33, Flordia 32 Rebs:  Penn State 37 (Cornley 12), Florida 27 (Tyus 8) 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 8 (Pringle 5), Florida 5 (Walker 4).

Semifinal at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 31, 2009 (2) Penn State 67, (2) Notre Dame 59 Penn State – Cornley 15, Jackson 0, Jones 16, Pringle 10, Battle 17, Babb 2, Brooks 0, Morrissey 7, Ott 0 Totals: FG 25-56 FT 15-24, 67 Notre Dame – Hillesland 2, Harangody 17, Jackson 9, McAlarney 9, Ayers 3, Nash 0, Peoples 8, Scott 3, Zeller 8 Totals: FG 21-63 FT 8-9, 59 Halftime: Penn State 31, Notre Dame 18 Rebs:  Penn State 41 (Jones 15), Notre Dame 40 (Harangody 10) 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 2 (Battle & Morrissey 1), Notre Dame 9 (Peoples & Zeller 2).

championship at Madison Square Garden, NYC Mar. 31, 2009 (2) Penn State 69, (3) Baylor 63 Penn State – Cornley 18, Jackson 10, Pringle 10, Jones 6, Battle 12, Babb 0, Brooks 4, Morrissey 9 Totals: FG 22-49 FT 18-28, 69 Baylor – Rogers 12, Lomers 5, Jerrells 14, Dunn 18, Carter 12, Dugat 2, Diene 0, Jones 0 Totals: FG 24-56 FT 5-6, 63 Halftime: Penn State 25, Baylor 29 Rebs:  Penn State 36 (Cornley 7), Baylor 29 (Rogers 8) 3-Point Field Goals: Penn State 7 (Morrissey 3), Baylor 10 (Dunn & Carter 4).

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BIG TEN TOURNAMENT HISTORY PENN STATE BIG TEN TOURNAMENT HISTORY n TOURNAMENTS: 15 n FINALS: 1 (0-1), (2011) n SEMIFINALS: 3 (1-2), (2011, 2001 & 2000) n RECORD: 9-15 n OVERTIME: None n 5-P0int or less games: 4-4 n Most points: PSU - L, 94-84 vs. Illinois (2000) OPP - L, 94-84 vs. Illinois (2000) L, 94-74 vs. Iowa (2001) n Largest margin of victory: PSU - 14 points, 66-51 vs Indiana (2009) OPP - 28 points, 77-49 vs. Indiana (2003) n CONSECUTIVE WINS: 3 (2011) n LAST 10: 3-7 n Last 5: 2-3

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM n 2011: Talor Battle, G n 2001: Joe Crispin, G n 2000: Jarrett Stephens, F & Joe Crispin, G

RECORD BY ROUND n FIRST: 5-10 n Quarterfinals: 3-2 n Semifinals: 1-2 n finals: 0-1

s Talor Battle led Penn State to the 2011 Big Ten Tournament Championship game vs. No. 1-ranked Ohio State. Battle averaged 17.8 points and 5.5 rebounds per game in the tournament to earn All-Tournament Team honors.

BIG TEN TOURNAMENT RECORDS

TOURNAMENT SEEDS 1998_______________________________ #7 1999_______________________________ #9 2000_______________________________ #9 2001_______________________________ #7 2002______________________________ #11 2003______________________________ #11 2004______________________________ #11 2005______________________________ #11 2006_______________________________ #8 2007______________________________ #11 2008_______________________________ #7 2009_______________________________ #6 2010______________________________ #11 2011_______________________________ #6 2012______________________________ #12

VS. TOURNAMENT OPPONENTS Illinois _____________________________ Indiana____________________________ Iowa _____________________________ Michigan___________________________ Michigan State_______________________ Minnesota__________________________ Nebraska___________________________ Northwestern________________________ Ohio State__________________________ Purdue____________________________ Wisconsin__________________________

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

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CAREER SCORING

1. 127_______ Joe Crispin (1998, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01) 2. 116_______ Talor Battle (2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) 3. 96 _ Gyasi Cline-Heard (1998, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01) 4. 93________ Titus Ivory (1998, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01) 5. 70__________ Tim Frazier (2010, ‘11, ‘12) 6. 69___ Jamelle Cornley (2006’, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09) 7. 66_______ Jeff Brooks (2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) 8. 62_____ David Jackson (2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) 9. 60__________Jarrett Stephens (1998, ‘00) 10. 59________ Geary Claxton (2005, ‘06, ‘07) 11. 56 ___________ Travis Parker (2005, ‘06) 12. 50___ Brandon Watkins (2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03) 13. 48_____ Andrew Jones (2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) 14. 45__________Mike Walker (2005, ‘06, ‘07)

26 26 25 24 24 24 22 22 22 22 22 21 21 20

GAME SCORING

Tim Frazier__________ vs. Indiana, 2012 Gyasi Cline-Heard ______ vs. Iowa, 2001 Talor Battle_____ vs. Michigan State, 2011 Talor Battle________ vs. Ohio State, 2011 Gyasi Cline-Heard ___ vs. Michigan, 2001 Jarrett Stephens ______ vs. Illinois, 2000 Tim Frazier_____ vs. Michigan State, 2011 Jamelle Cornley______ vs. Indiana, 2009 Mike Walker__________ vs. Illinois, 2007 Joe Crispin ____ vs. Michigan State, 2001 Joe Crispin ________ vs. Michigan, 2001 Travis Parker ______ vs. Ohio State, 2005 Jarrett Stephens ___ vs. Ohio State, 2000 Three players

GAME REBOUNDING

13 13 12 12 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 9

Geary Claxton _____ vs. Ohio State, 2005 Aaron Johnson _____vs. NWestern, 2004 Geary Claxton_____ vs. Ohio State, 2006 Jarrett Stephens ___ vs. Ohio State, 2000 Calvin Booth _______vs. NWestern, 1999 Jan Jagla _________vs. NWestern, 2004 Geary Claxton______ vs NWestern, 2006 Gyasi Cline-Heard ____ vs. Ohio St., 2000 Jeff Brooks__________ vs. Illinois, 2008 Geary Claxton________ vs. Illinois, 2007 Aaron Johnson ____ vs. Ohio State, 2005 Joe Crispin ________ vs. Michigan, 2000

11 10 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 6

Joe Crispin __________ vs. Illinois, 2000 Jarrett Stephen _____ vs. Michigan, 2000 Ben Luber________ vs. Ohio State, 2006 Joe Crispin ________ vs. Michigan, 2000 Titus Ivory _________ vs. Michigan, 2001 Joe Crispin _______ vs. Ohio State, 2000 Tim Frazier_____ vs. Michigan State, 2011 Talor Battle__________ vs. Indiana, 2009 Ben Luber ________ vs. Ohio State, 2005 Ben Luber _________vs. NWestern, 2005

GAME ASSISTS

OPPONENT GAME RECORDS

SCORING

30 Reggie Evans_____________ Iowa, 2001

REBOUNDING 18 Reggie Evans_____________ Iowa, 2001

ASSISTS 10 Rich McBride____________ Illinois, 2007


OPPONENT (LOCATION)

1998 3/5/98

United Center, Chicago Ill. #7 Penn State vs. #10 Wisconsin____________________________L_______52-51 Leading PSU scorer: Pete Lisicky, 15

W/L

SCORE

1999 3/4/99

United Center, Chicago Ill. #9 Penn State vs. #8 Northwestern__________________________L_______54-44 Leading PSU scorer: Joe Crispin, 18

2000 3/9/00 3/10/00 3/11/00

United Center, Chicago Ill. - SEMIFINAL #9 Penn State vs. #8 Michigan_____________________________ W_______76-66 Leading PSU scorer: Joe Crispin, 22 #9 Penn State vs. #1 Ohio State___________________________ W_______71-66 Leading PSU scorer: Jarrett Stephens, 21 #9 Penn State vs. #4 Illinois________________________________L_______94-84 Leading PSU scorer: Jarrett Stephens, 24

2001 3/8/01 3/8/01 3/10/01

United Center, Chicago Ill. - SEMIFINAL #7 Penn State vs. #10 Michigan____________________________ W_______82-80 Leading PSU scorer: Gyasi Cline-Heard, 24 #7 Penn State vs. #2 Michigan State________________________ W_______65-63 Leading PSU scorer: Joe Crispin, 22 #7 Penn State vs. #6 Iowa_________________________________L_______94-74 Leading PSU scorer: Gyasi Cline-Heard, 26

2002 3/7/02

CONSECO FIELDHOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. #11 Penn State vs. #6 Minnesota____________________________L_______84-60 Leading PSU scorer: Sharif Chambliss, 16

2003 3/13/03

United Center, Chicago Ill. #11 Penn State vs. #6 Indiana______________________________L_______77-49 Leading PSU scorer: Brandon Watkins, 17

2004 3/11/04

CONSECO FIELDHOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. #11 Penn State vs. #6 Northwestern_________________________L_______57-52 Leading PSU scorer: Aaron Johnson 14, Marlon Smith, 14

2005 3/10/05

United Center, Chicago Ill. #11 Penn State vs. #6 Ohio State____________________________L_______72-69 Leading PSU scorer: Travis Parker, 21

2006 3/9/06 3/10/06

CONSECO FIELDHOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. #8 Penn State vs. #9 Northwestern_________________________ W_______68-55 Leading PSU scorer: Geary Claxton, 17 #8 Penn State vs. #1 Ohio State____________________________L_______63-56 Leading PSU scorer: Jamelle Cornley, 18

2007 3/8/07

United Center, Chicago Ill. #11 Penn State vs. #6 Illinois_______________________________L_______66-60 Leading PSU scorer: Mike Walker, 22

2008 3/8/07

CONSECO FIELDHOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. #7 Penn State vs. #10 Illinois_______________________________L_______64-63 Leading PSU scorer: Talor Battle, 17

2009 3/12/09 3/13/09

CONSECO FIELDHOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. #6 Penn State vs. #11 Indiana_____________________________ W_______66-51 Leading PSU scorer: Jamelle Cornley, 22 #6 Penn State vs. #3 Purdue_______________________________L_______79-65 Leading PSU scorer: Jamelle Cornley, 20

2010 3/11/10

CONSECO FIELDHOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. #11Penn State vs. #6 Minnesota____________________________L_______76-55 Leading PSU scorers: Battle, Babb Jackson & Jones, 10

2011 3/10/11 3/11/11 3/12/11 3/13/11

CONSECO FIELDHOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. - FINAL #6 Penn State vs. #11 Indiana_____________________________ W_______61-55 Leading PSU scorer: Jeff Brooks, 15 #6 Penn State vs. #3 Wisconsin____________________________ W_______36-33 Leading PSU scorer: Talor Battle, 9 #6 Penn State vs. #7 Michigan State________________________ W_______61-48 Leading PSU scorer: Talor Battle, 25 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME #6 Penn State vs. #1 Ohio State____________________________L_______71-60 Leading PSU scorer: Talor Battle, 24

2012 3/8/12

CONSECO FIELDHOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. - FINAL #12 Penn State vs. #5 Indiana______________________________L_______75-58 Leading PSU scorer: Tim Frazier, 26

s Tim Frazier’s 26 points in the first round vs. Indiana in the 2012 Big Ten Tournament tied the Penn State game record.

BIG TEN TOURNAMENT

ALL-TIME BIG TEN TOURNAMENT SCORES

DATE

s Geary Claxton shares Penn State’s Big Ten Tournament single game rebounding record of 13.

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s Mike Walker made a Big Ten Tournament record seven threes s Jeff Brooks and Geary Claxton share a record 44 career vs. Illinois in 2007. rebounds in the Big Ten Tournament.

INDIVIDUAL GAME

n Points: 26 Tim Frazier, vs. Indiana, ‘12 & Gyasi Cline-Heard, vs. Iowa, ‘01 n Rebounds: 13 Geary Claxton, vs. Ohio State, ‘05 Aaron Johnson, vs. Northwestern, ‘04 n OFFEnsive rebounds: 6 Jeff Brooks, vs. Illinois, ‘08 n DEFEnsive rebounds: 9 Jarrett Stephens, vs. Ohio State, ‘00 Geary Claxton, vs. Ohio State, ‘06 n Assists: 11 Joe Crispin, vs. Illinois, ‘00 n Blocks: 5 Calvin Booth, vs. Northwestern, ‘99 n Steals: 5 Tim Frazier, vs. Indiana, ‘12 n Field Goals: 10 Jarrett Stephens, vs. Ohio State, ‘00 n Field Goal Attempts: 24 Tim Frazier, vs. Indiana, ‘12 n 3-Pt Field Goals: 7** Mike Walker, vs. Illinois, ‘07 n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 14 Joe Crispin, vs. Northwestern, ‘99 n Free Throws:12 Gyasi Cline-Heard, vs. Iowa, ‘01 n Free Throw Attempts: 14 Gyasi Cline-Heard, vs. Iowa, ‘01 ** Big Ten Tournament Record

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s Joe Crispin owns or shares eight Big Ten Tournament records.

BIG TEN TOURNAMENT RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL CAREER

n games played: 8 Many including: Talor Battle, Jeff Brooks, David Jackson, Andrew Jones, Gyasi Cline-Heard, Joe Crispin, Titus Ivory, _ Tyler Smith & Brandon Watkins n Points: 127 Joe Crispin, 8 games n Rebounds: 44 Jeff Brooks, 8 games Geary Claxton, 4 games n OFFEnsive rebounds: 20 Andrew Jones, 8 games n DeFEnsive rebounds: 32 Talor Battle, 8 games n Assists: 40 Joe Crispin, 8 games n Blocks: 9 Calvin Booth, 2 games n Steals: 16 Titus Ivory, 8 games n Field Goals: 38 Joe Crispin, 8 games n Field Goal Attempts: 107 Talor Battle, 8 games n 3-Pt Field Goals: 20 Joe Crispin, 8 games n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 60 Joe Crispin, 8 games n Free Throws: 32 Gyasi Cline-Heard, 8 games n Free Throw Attempts: 48 Gyasi Cline-Heard, 8 games

TEAM GAME

n Points: 84 vs. Illinois, 3/11/00 n Points/fewest: 36 (won) vs. Wisconsin, 3/11/11 n Points/in a half: 48 (2nd) vs. Illinois, 3/11/00 n Rebounds: 40 vs. Michigan, 3/9/00 n OFFEnsive rebounds: 18 vs. Illinois, 3/13/08 n DEFEnsive rebounds: 30 vs. Michigan State, 3/12/11 n Assists: 22 vs. Michigan, 3/9/00 n Blocks: 8 vs. Indiana, 3/8/12 n Steals: 15 vs. Illinois, 3/11/02 n FOULS: 29 vs. Iowa, 3/10/01 n TURNOVERS/most: 26 vs. Northwestern, 3/11/04 n TURNOVERS/fewest: 5 vs. Wisconsin, 3/11/11 n Field Goals: 28 vs. Ohio State, 3/10/00 n Field Goal Attempts: 64 vs. Ohio State, 3/10/06 n Field Goal Percentage: .519 vs. Ohio State, 3/10/00 n 3-Pt Field Goals: 11 vs. Illinois, 3/11/00 n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 28 vs. Illinois, 3/11/00 n 3-Pt Field Goal PERCENTAGE: .471 (8-17) vs. Indiana, 3/8/12 n Free Throws: 26 vs. Iowa, 3/10/01 n Free Throw Attempts: 30 vs. Iowa, 3/10/01 n Free Throw Percentage: .867 (26-30) vs. Iowa, 3/10/01

TEAM TOURNAMENT

n Points: 231 2000 n Rebounds: 139 2011 (4 games) n OFFEnsive rebounds: 48 2011 (4 games) n DEFEnsive rebounds: 91 2011 (4 games) n Assists: 58 2000 n Blocks: 17 2011 (4 games) n Steals: 32 2000 n FOULS: 67 2001 n TURNOVERS/most: 41 2000 n TURNOVERS/fewest: (Min. 2 games): 18, 2006 (Min. 3 games): 25, 2001 n Field Goals: 84 2011 (4 games) n Field Goal Attempts: 200 2011 (4 games) n Field Goal Percentage: (Min. 2 games): .479, 2000 n 3-Pt Field Goals: 24 2000 (3 games) 2011 (4 games) n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 75 2011 (4 games) n 3-Pt Field Goal PERCENTAGE: (Min. 2 games): .375, 2000 n Free Throws: 62 2001 n Free Throw Attempts: 75 2001 n Free Throw Percentage: (min. 2 games): .826, 2001


ATTENDANCE RECORDS

TOP HOME GAME ATTENDANCE MARKS ALL GAMES Total

Opponent Date

Venue

1. 15,472_______Purdue___ 2/1/97_____ BJC 2. 15,464_______Indiana__ 1/26/97_____ BJC 3. 15,455____ Ohio State___ 3/1/97_____ BJC 4. 15,435____ Ohio State__ 2/27/99_____ BJC 5. 15,420_______Indiana___ 1/8/00_____ BJC 6. 15,403____ Ohio State___ 3/1/11_____ BJC 7. 15,389__ Northwestern__ 2/15/97_____ BJC 8. 15,377___ Michigan St.__ 2/24/01_____ BJC 9. 15,355_______Indiana__ 1/31/99_____ BJC 10. 15,232_______Indiana___ 2/3/01_____ BJC

SEASON AVERAGE ATTENDANCE RECORDS

Average

Total

Season Games

1. 197,179_____ 1996-97______________ 2. 160,399_____ 2008-09______________ 3. 158,956_____ 1999-00______________ 4. 152,838_____ 1995-96______________ 5. 151,785_____ 2006-07______________ 6. 148,891_____ 1998-99______________ 7. 148,231_____ 2000-01______________ 8. 136,693_____ 2007-08______________ 9. 136,123_____ 1997-98______________ 10. 134,221_____ 2010-11______________

15 20 17 14 19 14 14 17 14 18

REC HALL

Season Att. Games

1. 13,145______ 1996-97__ 197,179______ 2. 10,917______ 1995-96__ 152,838______ 3. 10,635______ 1998-99__ 148,891______ 4. 10,588______ 2000-01__ 148,231______ 5. 9,723_______ 1997-98__ 136,123______ 6. 9,350_______ 1999-00__ 158,956______ 7. 8,150_______ 2009-10__ 130,402______ 8. 8,140_______ 2001-02__ 113,964______ 9. 8,041_______ 2007-08__ 136,693______ 10. 8,020_______ 2008-09__ 160,399______

SEASON TOTAL ATTENDANCE RECORDS

15 14 14 14 14 17 16 14 17 20

TOP ATTENDANCE MARKS (BASKETBALL ONLY)

Total

Opponent Score

Date

1. 8,600________Virginia____93-68___12/5/73 2. 8,495______ Syracuse____72-85__12/15/79 3. 8,475______Marquette____60-73___ 2/2/78 4. 8,157________DePaul____61-78__12/12/84 5. 8,100______ Syracuse____80-79___2/28/66

JORDAN CENTER YEAR-BY-YEAR ATTENDANCE

Season Average Att. Games 1995-96________ *14,823__ 118,589_______ 8 1996-97_________ 13,145__ 197,179______ 15 1997-98__________ 9,723__ 136,123______ 14 1998-99_________ 10,635__ 148,891______ 14 1999-00__________ 9,350__ 158,956______ 17 2000-01_________ 10,588__ 148,231______ 14 2001-02__________ 8,140__ 113,964______ 14 2002-03__________ 6,902__ 110,437______ 16 2003-04__________ 7,614__ 106,596______ 14 2004-05__________ 7,990__ 111,860______ 14 2005-06__________ 6,830__ 122,946______ 18 2006-07__________ 7,989__ 151,785______ 19 2007-08__________ 8,041__ 136,693______ 17 2008-09__________ 8,020__ 160,399______ 20 2009-10__________ 8,150__ 130,402______ 16 2010-11__________ 7,457__ 134,221______ 18 2011-12__________ 6,937__ 117,933______ 17

ATTENDANCE & FACILITY HISTORY n Largest Bryce Jordan Center Crowd: 15,472 vs. Purdue (2/1/97) n Average Season Attendance Record: 13,145 (15 games, 1996-97) n Total Season Attendance Record: 197,179 (15 games, 1996-97)

PENN STATE BASKETBALL HOMES

• 10,917 season average, six games in Rec Hall.

AVERAGE ATTENDANCE

Average

Season Att. Games

1. 6,666_______ 1994-95__ 106,648______ 16 2. 6,461_______ 1993-94___90,458______ 14 3. 6,119_______ 1992-93___79,545______ 13 4. 6,095_______ 1965-66___54,850_______ 9 5. 5,873_______ 1990-91___82,217______ 14 Fire codes capped attendance in the final years.

THE ARMORY

1897-1928 32 SEASONS • 185-16

RECREATION HALL PENN STATE’S BELOVED FORMER ARENA Recreation Hall, the home of Penn State basketball since 1929, completed its final season in 1996. On January 7, Penn  State closed the doors of Rec Hall, routing Wisconsin 79-50 and sealing an 11-0 start to the 1996 season for the Nittany Lions. The Nittany Lions left the grand old building for the new confines of the Bryce Jordan Center in 1996. Built at a cost of $55 million, the Jordan Center is a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose building, seating 15,000, and the largest building of its kind between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Upon its completion, Rec Hall was considered to be one of the premier field houses in the nation. One of the principal figures in its construction was then newly appointed athletic director Hugo Bezdek. In 1918, at Bezdek’s urging, Penn State began a subscription campaign to raise the needed funds; but the drive bogged down until Rec Hall was included in the Emergency Building Fund Campaign of 1922. Sorely lacking dormitory, classroom and office space, Penn State embarked on a massive effort to improve its physical plant. Originally budgeted at $450,000, Rec Hall was built at a cost of $572,260, between 1927

and 1928. The architect, Charles Z. Klauder, also designed the University of Pennsylvania’s Palestra, which was constructed in 1927. The Colonial Georgian design was thought to “harmonize” with other new structures on campus. The excavating work required the removal of 12,500 cubic yards of earth and 400 cubic yards of rock, most of which had to be dynamited. The structural work consisted of raising 800 tons of steel in the form of assembled trusses. The project employed 250 people. Rec Hall opened its doors Jan. 15, 1929, as Burke Hermann’s cage Lions defeated Gettysburg, 37-34, in overtime. The building was dedicated on March 23, 1929. Penn State won 514 games, while losing just 183 in 68 and a half seasons in Rec Hall for a 73.7 winning percentage. The Armory, constructed in 1888-89 and razed in 1964, served as the primary home floor for the Lions until Rec Hall was built. It was replaced by a modern wing to Willard Building. More than 8,000 fans jammed into Rec Hall six times in the building’s history. Eight-thousand and six hundred people saw the Nittany Lions defeat Virginia on Dec 5, 1973, the biggest crowd in Rec Hall history.

REC HALL

1929-1996 68 1/2 SEASONS • 514-183

The Lions’ longest Rec Hall winning streak is 45 games, established during the 1951-55 seasons. In addition to office space for most of the staff of Intercollegiate Athletics, Rec Hall served as the home for most of the winter sports teams. The basketball, gymnastics, volleyball and wrestling teams have compiled great records in the venerable hall. Recent adjustments in seating have reduced the capacity to 6,846. Though the basketball team has moved on, Penn State’s gymnastics, volleyball and wrestling teams continue to compete at Rec Hall.

BRYCE JORDAN CENTER

1996-PRESENT 16 1/2 SEASONS • 165-100

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BRYCE JORDAN CENTER

JORDAN CENTER FAST FACTS n Opened: Jan. 11, 1996 n High definition video board: Fall, 2011 n Diamond vision LED ribbons: Fall, 2008 n Record In BJC: 165-100 (16 1/2 seasons) n Capacity (Basketball): 15,261 n Capacity (Other): 16,000+ n First Game: vs. Minnesota, Jan. 11, 1996, W, 76-51 n 50th Win: vs. Kent (NIT), Mar. 22, 2000, 81-74 n 100th Win: vs. Hartford, Dec. 6, 2006, W, 56-55 n Cost: $55 Million n Size: 370,000-square-feet n Named For: 14th President of Penn State Dr. Bryce Jordan n Longest Win Streak: 14 games (Jan. 11, 1996 vs. Minnesota through Dec. 27, 1996 vs. BYU) n First Loss: vs. Iowa (69-57) Jan. 4, 1997

TOP SEASON WIN MARKS IN BJC 1. 17-3_______________________ 2008-09 2. 13-4_______________________ 2007-08 13-4_______________________ 1999-00 13-5_______________________ 2010-11 5. 12-2_______________________ 1997-98 6. 11-7_______________________ 2005-06 11-8_______________________ 2006-07 8. 10-4_______________________ 2000-01 9. 10-7_______________________ 2011-12 10. 9-6________________________ 1996-97

TOP SEASON WIN PERCENTAGES 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.000 (8-0)__________________ 1995-96 .857 (12-2)__________________ 1997-98 .850 (17-3)__________________ 2008-09 .765 (13-4)__________________ 2007-08 ________________________ 1999-2000 .722 (13-5)__________________ 2010-11 .714 (10-4)__________________ 2000-01 .611 (11-7)__________________ 2005-06 .600 (9-6)___________________ 1996-97 .588 (10-7)__________________ 2011-12

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One of the jewels on the Penn State campus is the 15,261-seat Bryce Jordan Center, which opened in 1996. The facility is named after Penn State’s 14th president Dr. Bryce Jordan who was instrumental in Penn State’s bid to gain admittance into the Big Ten Conference. Located across Curtin Road from Beaver Stadium, the spacious facility has a capacity of over 16,000 seats for concerts and other entertainment events. Built for $55 million, the facility has a variety of uses, including athletic competitions, commencements and other academic gatherings, trade shows, artistic and cultural performances and main stream concerts. The Jordan Center is the largest such building between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Among the performers the Jordan Center has hosted are: Nelly, Black Eyed Peas, Lil’ Wayne, Ludacris, Dave Matthews Band, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Metallica, Bruce Springsteen, 50 Cent, Shania Twain, Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins, Korn, Aerosmith, Elton John, Billy Joel, Usher, Toby Keith, Tina Turner, Bob Dylan, the WWF, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Matchbox Twenty, Mary J. Blige, Tori Amos and Garth Brooks. In May of 1996 President William Jefferson Clinton spoke at the graduate school commencement. Penn State has hosted the 1999 NCAA Wrestling Championships, 1998 NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championships, and the 1998 the Big Ten Wrestling Championships in the Jordan Center. The Jordan Center quickly became the nation’s No. 1 grossing venue in the mid-size category. Estimates were that the Jordan Center would have a total state-wide economic impact of nearly $120 million during its first five years of

construction and operation. The facility also has created an estimated 500 new jobs in the Central Pennsylvania area. After 68 years in Rec Hall, the Grande dame of Penn State athletic facilities, the 370,000-square-foot debutante, which more than doubled the capacity of Rec Halll, had its “coming out” party on January 11, 1996. There was concern about the new dance partner. Rec Hall, after all, had proven to be a comfortable comrade. Opening night quickly dispelled any misgivings. “In a perfect meeting of time and place,” one reviewer wrote, “14,852 folks came out of the cold last night to see an unbeaten Penn State open a fabulous new arena, the Bryce Jordan Center. They waited respectfully to be let in at 6 p.m. When the fans got inside, they saw an arena with wonderful sight lines from the highest seat to the distant corners. “The dizzying walk to the top of the stands seemed like a walk to the top of the world. The view was worth it. “The fans were treated to an extra-wide concourse, and some hung out in 16 mezzanine suites with televisions, refrigerators and a great view of the action...The Jordan Center is stateof-the-art...” The BJC is more than just a pretty face. It also has become a dastardly place to play if your uniform jersey says anything other than “Penn State.” In their first 14 games at the Jordan Center, the Nittany Lions were a perfect 14-0, including wins over Big Ten champion, Purdue, and Indiana, a team Penn State hadn’t beaten since joining the Big Ten in 1992-93. The advent of the facility kick-started Penn State basketball attendance, which went through the roof with the turnstiles humming to an all-

time record 152,838 fans in that first season. The Nittany Lions played to capacity crowds in each of their first eight BJC appearances. In 1996-97, the Nittany Lions averaged over 13,000 in paid attendance through their first full season with the Jordan Center as their home and set a new all-time record of 197,179 in total attendance. Between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, there is no place like the Jordan Center. It has changed the face of central Pennsylvania and enhanced the region’s quality of life. The building highlight features include: a new high definition arena video scoreboard installed in 2011, 360 degree Diamond Vision LED ribbon system, a high-tech sound system, one of the largest portable basketball floors in the world, and full back and arm rests for each one of the 15,261 seats. In addition to center court, the building includes locker rooms for the Nittany Lions and Lady Lions, team lounges, video rooms, training facility, weight room, 18,800-square foot practice gym, coaches offices, visiting locker rooms, press room, a Founder’s room, meeting spaces and most of the offices of the Penn State athletic department. The Board of Trustees approved naming the building for University President Emeritus Jordan, who came to Penn State from the University of Texas System. Jordan almost immediately set into motion a plan to increase private gift support. The highly successful “Campaign for Penn State,” which began in 1986 and raised $352 million over a six-year period, ranked at the time among the largest such ventures ever conducted by a public university. Under Jordan’s presidency, Penn State opted for membership in the Big Ten Conference.


GAME

INDIVIDUAL

n Points: 37, Will Solomon, Clemson, 12/1/99. n PENN STATE PLAYER Points: 36, Joe Crispin, vs. Pittsburgh, 12/6/00. n Field Goals: 13, Will Solomon, Clemson, 12/1/99. Joe Crispin vs. Pittsburgh, 12/6/01. n Field Goal Attempts: 27, Will Solomon, Clemson, 12/1/99. n Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (10-10) Roger Powell, Jr., Illinois, 2/16/05. n 3-Pt Field Goals: 10, Jon Diebler, Ohio State, 3/1/11. n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts:17, Roderick Wilmont, Indiana, 1/13/07 n 3-Pt Field Goal PERCENTAGE: 1.000 (5-5) Pete Lisicky, vs. Purdue, 2/21/98. 76.9 (10-13), Jon Diebler, Ohio State, 3/1/11 n Free Throws: 15, Joe Crispin vs. Siena, 3/20/00. n Free Throw Attempts: 16, Aaron Johnson vs. Lehigh, 11/19/04. Marlon Smith, vs. Ohio State, 1/10/04 Joe Crispin vs. Siena, 3/20/00; n Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 (14-14), Joe Crispin vs. Minnesota, 1/10/98. n Rebounds:21, Aaron Johnson vs. Northwestern, 1/22/05. n Assists:12, Daniel Horton, Michigan, 2/1/06 Austin Parkinson, Purdue, 2/4/04 n Steals: 7, Stanley Pringle, vs. St. Francis, 11/12/07 Dan Earl, vs. Bucknell, 12/21/98; Titus Ivory vs. Michigan, 2/7/01. David Hawkins, Temple, 12/11/02 n Blocks: 10, Calvin Booth vs. George Mason, 12/18/98 n TURNOVERS: 10, Joe Crispin, vs. Siena, 3/20/00

GAME

TEAM

n GAMES PLAYED/SEASON: 20, 2008-09 n Points:129, Penn State vs. VMI, 12/30/06 n OPPONENT Points:111, VMI, 12/30/06 n COMBINED Points:240, Penn State (129) vs. VMI (111), 12/30/06 n Points/HALF:67 (2nd) Penn State vs. VMI, 12/30/06 n Field Goals: 45, Penn State vs. VMI, 12/30/06 n Field Goal Attempts: 88, Indiana, 1/31/99. n Field Goal Percentage: 68.0 (34-50) _ Penn State vs. Northwestern, 1/22/98. n 3-Pt Field Goals: 19, VMI, 12/30/06. n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 54, VMI, 12/30/06. n 3-Pt Field Goal PERCENTAGE: 75.0 (9-12) Penn State vs. St. Francis (PA), 12/18/05. 66.7 (16-24) Indiana vs. Penn State, 1/8/12 n Free Throws: 42, Penn State vs. Siena, 3/20/00. n Free Throw Attempts: 52, VMI, 12/30/06. n Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 (14-14), Penn State vs. Illinois, 1/11/11. n Rebounds: 53, Penn State vs. VMI, 12/30/06 n Assists:36, Penn State vs. VMI, 12/30/06 n Steals: 16 Northwestern, 1/13/01 n Blocks: 14 Indiana, 1/8/00 n TURNOVERS: 27, Nicholls State, 11/23/05 n FOULS: 37, VMI, 12/30/06

TOP 10 JORDAN CENTER CROWDS

ATTENDANCE

OPPONENT/DATE

15,472 _________________ vs. Purdue, 2/1/97 15,464 ________________ vs. Indiana, 1/26/97 15,455 ______________ vs. Ohio State, 3/1/97 15,435 _____________ vs. Ohio State, 2/27/99 15,420 _________________vs. Indiana, 1/8/00 15,403_______________ vs. Ohio State, 3/1/11 15,389 ___________ vs. Northwestern, 2/15/97 15,377 __________ vs. Michigan State, 2/24/01 15,355 ________________ vs. Indiana, 1/31/99 15,232 _________________vs. Indiana, 2/3/01

RANKED TEAMS BEATEN IN JORDAN CENTER

RANK/TEAM

SCORE/DATE

#5 Purdue ________________ (74-63), 2/21/98 #6 Illinois _____________ (98-95, OT), 1/31/01 #7 Michigan State ___________ (85-76), 2/2/08 #10 Ohio State _________ (98-95, OT), 2/27/99 #10 Temple _______________ (65-64), 12/1/98 #14 Purdue________________ (67-64), 1/6/09 #15 Wisconsin_____________ (56-52), 1/29/11 #16 Illinios________________ (57-55), 1/11/11 #16 Iowa ________________ (67-65), 1/28/98 #17 Indiana _____________ (68-64, OT), 3/9/08 #18 Michigan State __________ (66-62), 1/8/11 #19 Purdue _______________ (87-77), 1/24/96 #22 Illinois________________ (54-52), 1/19/12 #23 Illinois_________________ (64-63), 3/5/09 #23 Temple _______________ (66-60), 12/9/00 n Most Ranked Teams Beaten At Home In One Season: 3 in 2011 (#15 Wisconsin, #16 Illinois & #18 Michigan State) n MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS OVER RANKED OPPONENTS: 2 in 2011 (#18 Michigan State & #16 Illinois on Jan. 8 & 11, 2011)

JORDAN CENTER

JORDAN CENTER RECORDS

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RECORDS

GENERAL RECORDS CAREER

n Games:136, David Jackson, 2008-11. 134, Talor Battle & Andrew Jones, 2008-11. n Games STARTED:131, Talor Battle, 2008-11. n MINUTES: 4,799** Talor Battle, 2008-11. 4,063, Joe Crispin, 1998-2001. n Points: 2,213, Talor Battle, 2008-11. n SCORING AVERAGE: 21.0, Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55. n Field Goals: 738, Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55. n Field Goal Attempts: 1,791 Talor Battle, 2008-11. n Field Goal Percentage: 58.3, Jarrett Stephens, 1995-2000. n 3-PT FIELD GOALS: 332, Pete Lisicky, 1994-98. n 3-PT FIELD GOAL ATTS: 930, Talor Battle, 2008-11. n 3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: 43.4 (23-53), Craig Collins, 1982-85. n Free Throws: 662, Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55. n Free Throw Attempts: 992, Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55. n Free Throw Percentage: 88.5 (448-506), Joe Crispin, 1998-2001. n Free Throws/CONSECUTIVE: 39, Pete Lisicky, 1998. n Rebounds: 1,238, Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55. n Rebound AVERAGE: 12.1, Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55. n Assists:600, Freddie Barnes, 1989-92. n STEALS: 252, Ron Brown, 1972-74. n BLOCKS: 428, Calvin Booth, 1995-99. n PERSONAL FOULS: 372, Ed Fogell, 1986-90. n DISQUALIFICATIONS: 25, Steve Kuhn, 1977-80. ** Big Ten Conference Record

s Pete Lisicky owns Penn State’s career and game marks for threes.

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SEASON

n Games: 38, Talor Battle, Andrew Jones & David Jackson, 2009. n Games STARTED: 38, Andrew Jones, 2009. n MINUTES: 1,422*, (*led nation) Talor Battle, 2009. n Points: 731, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n SCORING AVERAGE: 26.1, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Field Goals: 260, Jarrett Stephens, 2000. n Field Goal Attempts: 532, Talor Battle, 2011 n Field Goal Percentage: 64.0 (165-258), Jarrett Stephens, 1998. n 3-PT FIELD GOALS: 108, Joe Crispin, 2001. n 3-PT FIELD GOAL ATTS: 303, Joe Crispin, 2001. n 3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: 49.5 (45-91), Tony Ward, 1987. n Free Throws: 243, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Free Throw Attempts: 346, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Free Throw Percentage: 95.9 (94-98), Craig Collins, 1985. n Free Throws/CONSECUTIVE: 39, Pete Lisicky, 1998. n Rebounds: 428, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Rebound AVERAGE: 15.3, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Assists:198, Tim Frazier, 2012. n STEALS: 97, Ron Brown, 1976. n BLOCKS: 140, Calvin Booth,1998. n PERSONAL FOULS: 110, Steve Kuhn, 1978. n DISQUALIFICATIONS: 12, Bob Ramsay, 1956.

GAME

n Points: 46, Gene Harris vs. Holy Cross (Quaker City Tournament), 12/28/61. n Points/HALF: 30, Jesse Arnelle vs. Bucknell, 1/5/55, (1st ); Carver Clinton vs. West Virginia, 2/16/66 (1st). n Points/second half: 28, Talor Battle at Virginia, 11/30/09 n Field Goals: 20, Jesse Arnelle vs. Bucknell, 1/5/55. n Field Goal Attempts: 37, Gene Harris vs. Holy Cross, 12/28/61. n Field Goal Percentage: (min 14 att.): 86.7 (13-15), Pete Lisicky vs. Penn, 12/9/95; (min. 10 att.): 90.0 (9-10), Ed Fogell at Geo. Washington, 3/2/88; (min. 8 att.): 100.0 (8-8), Steve Kuhn vs. Indiana (Pa.), 12/2/79. n 3-PT FIELD GOALS: 9, Pete Lisicky vs. Penn, 12/9/95. n 3-PT FIELD GOAL ATTS: 15, Joe Crispin vs. Kentucky, 11/25/00. n 3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: 100.0 (5-5), Tony Ward at Vermont, 12/13/86 & vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/1/87; Pete Lisicky vs. Purdue, 2/21/98. n Free Throws: 22, Bill Mullan at Pittsburgh, 2/28/20. n Free Throw Attempts: 34, Frank Wolf vs. Pittsburgh, 2/19/21. n Free Throws/CONSECUTIVE: 20, Bill Mullan at Pittsburgh, 2/28/20. n Free Throw Percentage: (min. 10 made): 100.0 (14-14), Joe Crispin vs. Minnesota, 1/10/98. n Rebounds: 27, Jesse Arnelle at Temple, 1/29/55. n Rebounds/HALF: 19, Paul Mickey vs. Rutgers, 3/6/65 (2nd). n STEALS: 8, Tom Doaty at West Virginia, 2/18/70; Monroe Brown at Rhode Island, 1/3/91. n Assists:15, Tom Doaty vs. Syracuse, 1/29/75. n BLOCKS: 10, Calvin Booth vs. Geo. Mason, 12/8/97; vs. Dayton, 3/16/98.


s Fans packed the building to the rafters making Rec Hall one of the nation’s toughest places to play when it housed the Nittany Lions.

SENIOR

n Games: 37, Jamelle Cornley, Stanley Pringle, 2009. n Points: 731, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Field Goals: 260, Jarrett Stephens, 2000. n Field Goal Attempts: 532, Talor Battle, 2011 n Field Goal Percentage: 60.8 (191-314), Ed Fogell, 1990. n Free Throws: 243, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Free Throw Attempts: 346, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Free Throw Percentage: 95.9 (94-98), Craig Collins, 1985. n Consecutive Free Throws: 39, Pete Lisicky, 1998. n Rebounds: 428, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Rebound Average: 15.3, Jesse Arnelle, 1955. n Assists:177, Freddie Barnes, 1992.

CLASS RECORDS

JUNIOR

n Games: 35, Joe Crispin, 2000. n Points: 649, Joe Crispin, 2000. n Field Goals: 208, Tim Frazier, 2012 n Field Goal Attempts: 499, Joe Crispin, 2000. n Field Goal Percentage: 64.0 (165-258), Jarrett Stephens, 1998. n Free Throws: 181, Joe Crispin, 2000. n Free Throw Attempts: 245, John Amaechi, 1994. n Free Throw Percentage: 90.1 (64-71), Sharif Chambliss, 2003. n Consecutive Free Throws: 33, Pete Lisicky, 1997. n Rebounds: 297, Aaron Johnson, 2005. n Rebound Average: 11.9, Jesse Arnelle, 1954. n Assists: 198, Tim Frazier, 2012.

SOPHOMORE

n Games: 38, Talor Battle, David Jackson & Andrew Jones, 2009. n Points: 635, Talor Battle, 2009. n Field Goals: 200, DeRon Hayes, 1991. n Field Goal Attempts: 493, Talor Battle, 2009. n Field Goal Percentage: 57.9 (88-152), Andrew Jones, 2009. n Free Throws: 147, Talor Battle, 2009. n Free Throw Attempts: 210, Talor Battle, 2009. n Free Throw Percentage: 90.5 (57-63), Joe Crispin, 1999. n Consecutive Free Throws: 25, Scott Wolz, 1980. n Rebounds: 271, Jesse Arnelle, 1953. n Rebound Average: 11.3, Jesse Arnelle, 1953. n Assists: 189, Talor Battle, 2009.

FRESHMAN

n Games: 35, Brandon Watkins, 2000. n Points: 492, Jesse Arnelle, 1952. n Field Goals: 184, Jesse Arnelle, 1952. n Field Goal Attempts: 307, Talor Battle, 2008. n Field Goal Percentage: 60.2 (56-93), Phil Williams, 1994. n Free Throws: 124, Jesse Arnelle, 1952. n Free Throw Attempts: 217, Jesse Arnelle, 1952. n Free Throw Percentage: 29-31 (93.6), Mike Collins, 1986. n Consecutive Free Throws: 23, Joe Crispin, 1998. n Rebounds: 254, Jesse Arnelle, 1952. n Rebound Average: 9.8, Jesse Arnelle, 1952. n Assists: 114, Ben Luber, 2004.

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s Fans rushed the Rec Hall floor following Penn State’s second round victory over Maryland in the 1990 NIT.

SEASON

n Games: 38, 2009. n Wins: 27, 2009. n Winning Percentage: (min. 10 games): 92.9 (13-1), 1923. (min. 20 games): 83.3 (20-4), 1965. n Winning Percentage/LOW: (min. 10 games): 20.0 (3-12), 1931. (min. 20 games): 18.5 (5-22), 1984. n Winning Streak/SEASON: 15, 1952. n Winning Streak/TWO SEASONS: 17, 1924-25. n Losses: 22, 1984. n Losing Streak/SEASON: 16, 1984. n Losing Streak/TWO SEASONS: 17, 1984-85. n Points: 2,572 , 2000 (35 games). n Points/LOW: 1,241, 1950 (23 games). n 100+ Point Games: 3, 1955. n 90+ Point Games: 7, 1955 & 1989. n Scoring Average: 78.7, 1955. n Scoring Average/LOW: 53.7, 1952. n Field Goals: 904 (38 games), 2009. n Field Goals/LOW: 434, 1958 (19 games). n Field Goal Atts: 2,040, 2009. n Field Goal Atts/LOW: 1,287, 1968. n Field Goal Percentage: 50.1 (731-1437), 1981. n Field Goal Percentage/LOW: 37.3 (598-605),1962. n 3-PT Field Goals: 282, 2009. n 3-PT FG Attempts: 780, 2009. n 3-PT FG Percentage: 41.5, 1983. n Free Throws: 644, 1991. n Free Throws/LOW: 307, 1973. n Free Throws Atts: 885, 1956. n Free Throws Atts/LOW: 403, 1975.

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s Michael Jennings celebrates Penn State’s championship in the 1991 Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament.

TEAM RECORDS

n Free Throw Percentage: 76.4 (587-768), 2001. n Free Throw Percentage/LOW: 59.4 (355-598), 1951. n Rebounds: 1,290 (38 games) 2009. n Rebounds/LOW: 742, 1959 (20 games). n Rebound Average: 50.4, 1960. n Rebound Average/LOW: 28.5, 1979. n Personal Fouls: 752, 1953. n Personal Fouls/LOW: 337, 1958; 1968. n Disqualifications: 39, 1979. n Disqualifications/LOW: 4, 1975. n Steals: 279 (33 games), 2001; 279 (35 games), 2000. n Steals/LOW: 141, 2004. n Blocked Shots: 180, 1998. n Blocked Shots/LOW: 33, 1985. n Turnovers: 536 (35 games), 2000. n Turnovers/LOW: 358, 2011 (34 games). n Assists: 540 (34 games) 1990. n Assists/LOW: 304, 1971 (22 games).

GAME

n Points: 129 vs. VMI, 12/30/06 n Points/HALF: (Highest): 69 (2nd) vs. Rutgers, 12/14/55 (Lowest): 7 (since 1960) at Army, 2/5/66. n Points/COMBINED: 240 vs. VMI, 12/30/06 (PSU 129, VMI 111). n Points/IN LOSS: 95 vs. Indiana, 1/31/99 (2ot). n Victory Margin: 58 vs. Ithaca, 1/17/53 (PSU 105, Ithaca 47). n Losing Margin: 53 at Navy, 12/4/85 (Navy 103, PSU 50) & at Illinois, 1/21/04 (Illinois 80, PSU 37). n Field Goals: 49 vs. Muhlenberg, 12/12/77. n Fewest Field Goals: 7 vs. Pittsburgh, 3/1/52. n Field Goal Attempts: 105 vs. Gettysburg, 1/12/53. n Field Goal Attempts/COMBINED: 177 at Duke, 1/5/65. n Field Goal Percentage: 69.6 (32-46) vs. Army, 2/17/79. n Field Goal Percentage/HALF: 90.0 (18-20, 2nd) vs. Army, 2/17/79. n Field Goal Percentage/LOW: 20.51 (16-78) vs. Syracuse, 1/16/57. n 3-Pt Field Goals: 15 vs. Purdue (22 att.), 2/7/01., vs. Hartford (25 att.), 11/20/08 n 3-Pt Field Goal Atts: 35 (13 made) vs. Canisius, 11/16/07 n 3-Pt Field Goal Percentage: (min. 10 att.): 76.5 (13-17) at Iowa, 2/3/96; (min. 7 att.): 85.7 (6-7) at Massachusetts, 2/23/89.

n Free Throws: 42 vs. Siena, 3/20/00. n Free Throw Atts: 53 vs. Duquesne, 1/12/91. n Free Throw Atts/COMBINED: 96 vs. Lehigh, 2/6/56. n Free Throw Atts/LOW: 0 vs. Lock Haven, 1900; vs. Lock Haven, 1/16/03; vs. Temple, 2/6/74. n Free Throw Atts/LOW, COMBINED: 0 vs. Lock Haven, 1900. n Free Throw Percentage: 100.0 (16-16) at Villanova, 1/25/78. n Rebounds: 71 vs. Cornell, 12/4/71. n Rebound Margin: +39 (67-28) vs. Loyola (Md.), 1/26/81. n Steals: 19 vs. Indiana (Pa.), 12/1/82. n Assists: 36 vs. VMI, 12/30/06. n Blocks: 13 vs. Lehigh, 12/6/98. n Personal Fouls: 39 at Alaska, 11/25/78 & at Duquesne, 1/10/83. n Personal Fouls/COMBINED: 68 at Alaska, 11/25/78. n Personal Fouls/LOW: 0 vs. Lock Haven, 1900. n Personal Fouls/LOW, COMBINED: 0 vs. Lock Haven, 1900. n Overtime Periods: 5 vs. Temple, 2/14/45 (Temple 63, PSU 60).


TEAM OFFENSIVE SEASON BESTS SINCE 1965 Field Goals

Free Throws

Total Points

3-Pt Field Goals

Total Rebounds

1._____ 904_____________(‘08-09) 2. _____ 879 _____________(‘99-00) 3. _____ 858 _____________(‘89-90) 4. _____ 855 _____________(‘88-89) 5. _____ 854 _____________(‘82-83) 6. _____ 835 _____________(‘00-01) 7. _____ 821 _____________(‘97-98) 8. _____ 819 _____________(‘90-91) 9. _____ 787 _____________(‘77-78) 10. ____ 786 _____________(‘94-95)

1. _____ 644 _____________(‘90-91) 2. _____ 615 _____________(‘88-89) 3. _____ 587 _____________(‘00-01) 4. _____ 579 _____________(‘99-00) 5. _____ 539 _____________(‘89-90) 6. _____ 535 _____________(‘91-92) 7. _____ 508 _____________(‘94-95) 8. _____ 500 _____________(‘93-94) 9. _____ 475 _____________(‘85-86) 10. ____ 470 _____________(‘97-98)

1. _____ 2572 ____________(‘99-00) 2._____ 2545____________(‘08-09) 3. _____ 2535 ____________(‘00-01) 4. _____ 2466 ____________(‘88-89) 5. _____ 2376 ____________(‘90-91) 6. _____ 2343 ____________(‘89-90) 7. _____ 2334 ____________(‘97-98) 8. _____ 2281 ____________(‘94-95) 9. _____ 2195 ____________(‘82-83) 10. ____ 2144____________(‘10-11)

1. _____ 132 _____________(‘00-01) 2._____ 129____________ (‘07-’08) ______ 129_____________(‘08-09) 4. _____ 126 _____________(‘95-96) 5._____ 120_____________(‘09-10) 6. _____ 118 _____________(‘01-02) 7._____ 117_____________(‘06-07) 8._____ 116_____________(‘10-11) 9. _____ 114 _____________(‘98-99) 10. ____ 110 _____________(‘05-06)

1. _____ 651 _____________(‘93-94) 2. _____ 646 _____________(‘94-95) 3. _____ 636 _____________(‘95-96) 4. _____ 597 _____________(‘92-93) 5._____ 582_____________(‘09-10) 6._____ 567_____________(‘11-12) 7. _____ 563 _____________(‘96-97) 8._____ 559_____________(‘08-09) 9._____ 548____________ (‘07-’08) 10. ____ 535 _____________(‘03-04)

Field Goal Attempts

Free Throw Attempts

Points Average

3-Pt Field Goal Attempts

Rebound Average

1._____ 2040____________(‘08-09) 2. _____ 1994 ____________(‘99-00) 3. _____ 1962 ____________(‘00-01) 4. _____ 1832 ____________(‘89-90) 5. _____ 1831 ____________(‘82-83) 6. _____ 1791 ____________(‘90-91) 7. _____ 1771 ____________(‘88-89) 8._____ 1770____________(‘11-12) 9. _____ 1761 ____________(‘94-95) 10.____ 1748____________(‘10-11)

1. _____ 855 _____________(‘88-89) 2. _____ 849 _____________(‘90-91) 3. _____ 811 _____________(‘99-00) 4. _____ 772 _____________(‘91-92) 5. _____ 768 _____________(‘00-01) 6. _____ 744 _____________(‘89-90) 7. _____ 733 _____________(‘93-94) 8. _____ 721 _____________(‘94-95) 9._____ 691_____________(‘08-09) 10. ____ 681 _____________(‘85-86)

1. _____ 78.4 ____________(‘82-83) 2. _____ 77.1 ____________(‘88-89) 3. _____ 76.8 ____________(‘00-01) 4. _____ 74.8 ____________(‘95-96) 5. _____ 74.3 ____________(‘90-91) 6. _____ 73.5 ____________(‘99-00) ______ 73.5 ____________(‘65-66) 8._____ 73.4 ____________(‘91-92) 9. _____ 73.3 ____________(‘71-72) 10. ____ 72.9 ____________(‘97-98) ______ 72.9 ____________(‘64-65)

1._____ 377_____________(‘08-09) 2. _____ 370 _____________(‘00-01) 3._____ 367____________ (‘07-’08) 4. _____ 347 _____________(‘01-02) 5._____ 343_____________(‘09-10) 6._____ 340_____________(‘10-11) 7._____ 332_____________(‘11-12) 8. _____ 331 _____________(‘94-95) 9. _____ 322 _____________(‘97-98) ______ 322 _____________(‘95-96)

1. _____ 36.2 ____________(‘93-94) 2. _____ 35.9 ____________(‘94-95) 3. _____ 35.3 ____________(‘95-96) 4. _____ 33.4 ____________(‘03-04) 5. _____ 33.2 ____________(‘02-03) ______ 33.2 ____________(‘92-93) 7. _____ 33.0 ____________(‘04-05) 8._____ 32.3_____________(‘09-10) 9. ____ 31.6 ____________(‘99-00) 10. ____ 31.5 ____________(‘11-12)

Field Goal Percentage

Free Throw Percentage

3-Pt FG Percentage

Rebound Margin

1. _____ .509 ____________(‘80-81) 2. _____ .483 ____________(‘88-89) 3. _____ .481 ____________(‘85-86) ______ .481 ____________(‘78-79) 5. _____ .478 ____________(‘83-84) 6. _____ .473 ____________(‘97-98) 7. _____ .472 ____________(‘75-76) 8. _____ .468 ____________(‘95-96) ______ .468 ____________(‘89-90) 10. ____ .466 ____________(‘82-83)

1. _____ .765 ____________(‘00-01) 2. _____ .759 ____________(‘90-91) 3. _____ .746 ____________(‘98-99) 4. _____ .742 ____________(‘75-76) 5. _____ .740 ____________(‘97-98) ______ .740 ____________(‘84-85) 7. _____ .736 ____________(‘02-03) 8. _____ .735 ____________(‘83-84) 9. _____ .729 ____________(‘80-81) 10. ____ .725 ____________(‘89-90)

1. _____ .391 ____________(‘95-96) 2._____ .375_____________(‘06-07) 3. _____ .367 ____________(‘05-06) 4. _____ .357 ____________(‘00-01) ______ .357 ____________(‘98-99) 6. _____ .354 ____________(‘99-00) ______ .354 ____________(‘93-94) 8._____ .351____________ (‘07-’08) 9._____ .350_____________(‘09-10) 10.____ .342_____________(‘08-09)

1. _____ + 1.6 ____________(‘03-04) 2._____ +1.5_____________(‘09-10) 3. _____ + 1.1 ____________(‘95-96) 4._____ + 0.6____________(‘10-11) 5. _____ + 0.4 ____________(‘93-94) 6. _____ + 0.1 ____________(‘04-05) 7. _____ – 0.2____________(‘11-12) ______ – 0.2 ____________(‘94-95) 9._____ – 0.5____________(‘08-09) 10.____ – 0.9___________(‘07-’08))

3-Pt Field Goals

Total Rebounds

Total Points

1._____ 1290____________(‘08-09) 2. _____ 1235 ____________(‘89-90) 3. _____ 1222 ____________(‘99-00) 4. _____ 1188 ____________(‘94-95) 5. _____ 1175 ____________(‘88-89) 6. _____ 1164 ____________(‘90-91) 7. _____ 1149 ____________(‘65-66) 8. _____ 1144 ____________(‘66-67) 9. _____ 1126___________ (‘64-65) 10. ____ 1121 ____________(‘71-72)

1. _____ 437 _____________(‘95-96) 2. _____ 428 _____________(‘94-95) 3. _____ 406_____________(‘10-11) ______ 406 _____________(‘93-94) 5._____ 405_____________(‘09-10) 6. _____ 403 _____________(‘92-93) 7. _____ 397 _____________(‘99-00) 8. _____ 391 _____________(‘00-01) 9._____ 390_____________(‘08-09) 10. ____ 389 _____________(‘98-99)

Free Throws

1._____ 282_____________(‘08-09) 2. _____ 278 _____________(‘00-01) 3. _____ 235 _____________(‘99-00) 4._____ 227____________ (‘07-’08) 5. _____ 222 _____________(‘97-98) 6._____ 216_____________(‘10-11) 7. _____ 213 _____________(‘01-02) 8._____ 208_____________(‘09-10) 9. _____ 201 _____________(‘94-95) ______ 201_____________(‘11-12)

1. _____ 319 _____________(‘93-94) 2. _____ 292 _____________(‘00-01) 3. _____ 279 _____________(‘99-00) 4. _____ 270 _____________(‘97-98) 5. _____ 266 _____________(‘94-95) 6. _____ 259 _____________(‘95-96) 7. _____ 234 _____________(‘98-99) 8. _____ 231 _____________(‘96-97) 9._____ 214_____________(‘11-12) 10.____ 210_____________(‘10-11)

1. _____ 1259 ____________(‘95-96) 2. _____ 1232 ____________(‘93-94) 3. _____ 1231 ____________(‘94-95) 4. _____ 1206 ____________(‘00-01) 5. _____ 1180 ____________(‘99-00) 6. _____ 1153 ____________(‘97-98) 7._____ 1138____________(‘10-11) 8. _____ 1126 ____________(‘98-99) 9._____ 1120____________(‘09-10) 10.____ 1100___________ (‘07-’08)

3-Pt Field Goal Attempts

Rebound Average

Field Goal Attemtps

Points Average

1. _____ 48.2 ____________(‘72-73) 2. _____ 47.9 ____________(‘65-66) 3. _____ 47.7 ____________(‘66-67) 4. _____ 46.9 ____________(‘64-65) 5. _____ 45.7 ____________(‘67-68) 6. _____ 45.0 ____________(‘68-69) 7. _____ 44.8 ____________(‘71-72) ______ 44.8 ____________(‘70-71) 9._____ 42.4 ____________(‘74-75) 10.____ 42.2 ____________(‘73-74)

1. _____ 988 _____________(‘94-95) 2._____ 980_____________(‘11-12) ______ 980 _____________(‘92-93) 4. _____ 965 _____________(‘95-96) 5. _____ 963 _____________(‘93-94) 6. _____ 942 _____________(‘00-01) 7._____ 940_____________(‘08-09) 8. _____ 939 _____________(‘02-03) 9._____ 924_____________(‘09-10) 10.____ 920_____________(‘10-11)

Free Throw Attempts

1._____ 780_____________(‘08-09) 2. _____ 757 _____________(‘00-01) 3. _____ 676 _____________(‘99-00) 4._____ 668____________ (‘07-’08) 5._____ 647_____________(‘11-12) 6._____ 638_____________(‘10-11) 7. _____ 624 _____________(‘97-98) 8. _____ 619 _____________(‘01-02) 9._____ 607_____________(‘09-10) 10. ____ 574 _____________(‘94-95)

1. _____ 482 _____________(‘93-94) 2. _____ 392 _____________(‘99-00) 3. _____ 390 _____________(‘95-96) 4. _____ 378 _____________(‘00-01) 5. _____ 370 _____________(‘94-95) 6. _____ 356 _____________(‘97-98) 7. _____ 344 _____________(‘96-97) 8._____ 332____________ (‘07-’08) 9. _____ 313 _____________(‘98-99) ______ 313 _____________(‘92-93)

1. _____ 75.4 ____________(‘00-01) 2. _____ 73.8 ____________(‘99-00) 3. _____ 72.1 ____________(‘97-98) 4. _____ 70.4 ____________(‘98-99) 5. _____ 69.9 ____________(‘95-96) 6. _____ 68.4 ____________(‘94-95) ______ 68.4 ____________(‘93-94) 8._____ 63.8 ____________(‘05-06) 9._____ 63.2_____________(‘10-11) 10. ____ 63.0 ____________(‘02-03)

3-Pt FG Percentage

Rebound Margin

Field Goal Percentage

1. _____ .409 ____________(‘95-96) 2. _____ .407 ____________(‘86-87) 3. _____ .387 ____________(‘88-89) 4. _____ .367 ____________(‘00-01) 5. _____ .362 ____________(‘87-88) ______ .362_____________(‘08-09) 7._____ .360_____________(‘06-07) 8. _____ .356 ____________(‘97-98) 9. _____ .354 ____________(‘05-06) 10. ____ .352 ____________(‘98-99)

1. _____ + 9.5 ____________(‘72-73) 2. _____ + 7.0 ____________(‘65-66) 3. _____ + 6.7 ____________(‘89-90) 4. _____ + 6.4 ____________(‘90-91) 5. _____ + 6.3 ____________(‘88-89) 6. _____ + 6.1 ____________(‘95-96) 7. _____ + 5.8 ____________(‘80-81) 8. _____ + 4.6 ____________(‘70-71) 9. _____ + 4.5 ____________(‘91-92) 10. ____ + 4.3 ____________(‘79-80)

BIG TEN OFFENSE Field Goals

1._____ .459_____________(‘10-11) 2. _____ .453 ____________(‘97-98) ______ .453 ____________(‘95-96) 4. _____ .450 ____________(‘98-99) 5. _____ .446 ____________(‘99-00) 6._____ .438_____________(‘09-10) 7. _____ .433 ____________(‘94-95) 8._____ .427_____________(‘06-07) 9. _____ .422 ____________(‘93-94) 10. ____ .420 ____________(‘05-06) ______ .420 ____________(‘96-97)

Free Throw Percentage 1. _____ .772 ____________(‘00-01) 2. _____ .758 ____________(‘97-98) 3._____ .757_____________(‘10-11) 4. _____ .748 ____________(‘98-99) 5._____ .723_____________(‘11-12) ______ .723 ____________(‘02-03) 7. _____ .719 ____________(‘94-95) 8._____ .712 ____________(‘99-00) 9. _____ .700 ____________(‘04-05) 10. ____ .691 ____________(‘05-06)

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 155


TEAM DEFENSIVE SEASON BESTS SINCE 1965 Fewest FG Allowed

Fewest FT Against

1.______522 ___________ (‘68-69) 2. ______543 ___________ (‘79-80) 3. ______547 ___________ (‘80-81) 4. ______549 ___________ (‘67-68) 5. ______550 ___________ (‘73-74) 6. ______568 ___________ (‘70-71) 7. ______605 ___________ (‘81-82) 8. ______609 ___________ (‘69-70) 9. ______610 ___________ (‘64-65) 10. _____617 ____________ ‘78-79)

1. ______266 ___________ 2. ______272 ___________ 3. ______273 ___________ 4. ______286 ___________ 5. ______293 ___________ 6. ______303 ___________ _______303 ___________ 8.______307 ___________ 9.______320 ___________ 10._____325 ___________

Fewest FG Attempts

Fewest FT Attempts

1. _____1268 ___________ 2. _____1287 ___________ 3. _____1308 ___________ 4. _____1309 ___________ 5. _____1318 ___________ 6. _____1338 ___________ ______1338 ___________ 8._____1340 ___________ 9._____1347 ___________ 10.____1451 ___________

(‘78-79) (‘67-68) (‘81-82) (‘79-80) (‘72-73) (‘80-81) (‘70-71) (‘68-69) (‘69-70) (‘84-85)

1. ______403 ___________ 2. ______405 ___________ 3. ______408 ___________ _______408 ___________ 5.______430 ___________ 6.______455 ___________ 7. ______461 ___________ 8. ______464 ___________ 9. ______467 ___________ 10. _____473 ___________

(‘05-06) (‘73-74) (‘74-75) (‘03-04) (‘04-05) (‘95-96) (‘64-65) (‘72-73) (‘98-99) (‘68-69)

Lowest Point Average

Lowest FG Percentage

Lowest FT Percentage

1. _____ 57.1 ___________ 2. _____ 59.7 ___________ 3. _____ 61.2 ___________ 4. _____ 61.6 ___________ 5. _____ 62.2 ___________ 6._____ 62.5____________ 7._____ 62.6____________ 8. _____ 62.7 ___________ 9. _____ 62.9 ___________ 10. ____ 63.5 ___________

1. _____ .430 ___________ 2. _____ .431 ___________ 3. _____ .447 ___________ 4._____ .451____________ 5._____ .452____________ 6._____ .457____________ 7. _____ .464____________ ______ .464 ___________ ______ .464 ___________ 10. ___ .473 ___________

1. _____ .619 ___________ (‘94-95) 2. _____ .642 ___________ (‘95-96) 3. _____ .666 ___________ (‘93-94) 4. _____ .679 ___________ (‘03-04) ______ .679 ___________ (‘00-01) 6._____ .689____________ (‘06-07) 7._____ .692 ___________ (‘05-06) 8._____ .696____________ (‘09-10) 9._____ .702____________ (‘07-’08) 10.____ .711 ___________ (‘04-05)

Steals (‘74-75) (‘05-06) (‘03-04) (‘73-74) (‘04-05) (‘98-99) (‘64-65) (‘72-73) (‘67-68) (‘68-69)

1.______279____________ _______279____________ 3.______250____________ 4.______243____________ 5.______235____________ 6.______228____________ 7.______227____________ 8.______220____________ 9.______218____________ 10._____213____________

Lowest FG Percentage

Lowest FT Percentage

Blocks

1. _____ .390 ___________ 2. _____ .391 ___________ 3. _____ .405 ___________ 4. _____ .406 ___________ 5. _____ .409 ___________ ______ .409 ___________ 7. _____ .413 ___________ 8. _____ .415 ___________ 9. _____ .417 ___________ 10. ____ .422 ___________

1. _____ .633 ___________ 2. _____ .637 ___________ 3. _____ .656 ___________ 4. _____ .657 ___________ ______ .657 ___________ 6._____ .658 ___________ 7. _____ .662 ___________ 8. _____ .667 ___________ 9. _____ .668 ___________ ______ .668 ___________

1.______180____________ 2.______143____________ 3.______131____________ _______131____________ 5.______117____________ 6.______110____________ 7.______107____________ 8.______106____________ 9.______105____________ 10._____102____________

(‘68-69) (‘64-65) (‘94-95) (‘73-74) (‘80-81) (‘66-67) (‘95-96) (‘79-80) (‘72-73) (‘71-72)

(‘79-80) (‘80-81) (‘72-73) (‘78-79) (‘68-69) (‘10-11) (‘08-09) (‘73-74) (‘81-82) (‘64-65)

(‘94-95) (‘95-96) (‘71-72) (‘05-06) (‘64-65) (‘66-67) (‘72-73) (‘73-74) (‘00-01) (‘80-81)

(‘00-01) (‘99-00) (‘90-91) (‘88-89) (‘89-90) (‘97-98) (‘91-92) (‘82-83) (‘11-12) (‘05-06)

(‘97-98) (‘95-96) (‘98-99) (‘96-97) (‘00-01) (‘94-95) (‘02-03) (‘93-94) (‘99-00) (‘77-78)

(‘94-95) (‘95-96) (‘98-99) (‘08-09) (‘09-10) (‘10-11) (‘11-12) (‘96-97) (‘93-94) (‘92-93)

Fewest 3-Pt Field Goals

Fewest Rebs Allowed

1. ______ 2. ______ 3. ______ 4. ______ _______ 6. _____ 7. _____ _______ 9. _____ 10. _____

1.______510____________ (‘10-11) 2.______518____________ (‘06-07) 3. ______524 ___________ (‘03-04) 4. ______527 ___________ (‘04-05) 5. ______529 ___________ (‘05-06) 6.______555____________ (‘09-10) 7. ______561 ___________ (‘98-99) 8. ______563 ___________ (‘97-98) 9.______565____________ (‘07-’08) 10._____568____________ (‘08-09)

69 ___________ 70 ___________ 74 ___________ 77 ___________ 77 ___________ 86 ___________ 87 ___________ 87 ___________ 94 ___________ 95 ___________

(‘01-02) (‘99-00) (‘97-98) (‘02-03) (‘00-01) (‘94-95) (‘98-99) (‘95-96) (‘96-97) (‘92-93)

Fewest 3-PT Attempts

Fewest Points Allowed

1. ______206 ___________ 2. ______207 ___________ 3. ______209 ___________ 4. ______227 ___________ _______227 ___________ 6. _____231 ___________ 7. _____234 ___________ 8. _____238 ___________ 9. _____255 ___________ 10. _____271 ___________

1. _____1110 ___________ 2. _____1128 ___________ 3._____1134____________ 4. _____1143 ___________ 5. _____1152 ___________ 6._____1156____________ 7. _____1168 ___________ 8. _____1181 ___________ 9. _____1188 ___________ 10. ____1196 ___________

(‘01-02) (‘97-98) (‘00-01) (‘02-03) (‘96-97) (‘98-99) (‘99-00) (‘92-93) (‘95-96) (‘93-94)

(‘03-04) (‘05-06) (‘08-09) (‘98-99) (‘01-02) (‘10-11) (‘95-96) (‘04-05) (‘97-98) (‘94-95)

Fewest 3-Pt Field Goals

Fewest RebS Allowed

Lowest 3-PT Percentage

Lowest Point Average

1. ______110 ___________ 2. ______117 ___________ 3. ______120 ___________ 4. ______129 ___________ 5. ______137 ___________ _______137 ___________ 7. ______140 ___________ 8. ______141 ___________ 9. ______145 ___________ _______145 ___________

1. ______773 ___________ 2. ______789 ___________ 3. ______809 ___________ 4. ______846 ___________ 5. ______847 ___________ 6. ______856 ___________ 7. ______858 ___________ 8. ______859 ___________ 9. ______884 ___________ _______884 ___________

1. _____ .299 ___________ 2. _____ .313 ___________ 3. _____ .335 ___________ 4. _____ .339 ___________ 5. _____ .341 ___________ ______ .341____________ 7. _____ .357 ___________ 8._____ .360____________ 9._____ .366 ___________ 10. ____ .368 ___________

1._____ 63.0____________ (‘08-09) 2._____ 64.2____________ (‘10-11) 3. _____ 64.9 ___________ (‘95-96) 4. _____ 66.4 ___________ (‘94-95) 5._____ 66.9____________ (‘09-10) 6______ 68.3____________ (‘11-12) 7. _____ 69.4 ___________ (‘03-04) 8._____ 69.7____________ (‘07-’08) 9. _____ 70.5 ___________ (‘05-06) 10. ____ 70.8 ___________ (‘96-97)

(‘87-88) (‘90-91) (‘86-87) (‘91-92) (‘01-02) (‘98-99) (‘96-97) (‘95-96) (‘92-93) (‘89-90)

(‘78-79) (‘80-81) (‘81-82) (‘85-86) (‘75-76) (‘79-80) (‘84-85) (‘83-84) (‘74-75) (‘70-71)

Fewest 3-PT Attempts

Lowest Rebound Average

1. ______285 ___________ 2. ______316 ___________ 3. ______344 ___________ 4. ______370 ___________ 5. ______372 ___________ 6. ______381 ___________ 7. ______398 ___________ 8. ______407 ___________ 9. ______411 ___________ 10. _____419 ___________

1. _____ 25.8 ___________ 2. _____ 29.2 ___________ ______ 29.2 ___________ 4. ____ 29.6 ___________ 5._____ 30.0 ___________ ______ 30.0 ___________ 7._____ 30.1____________ 8._____ 30.2____________ 9. _____ 30.4 ___________ 10. ____ 30.6 ___________

(‘86-87) (‘87-88) (‘90-91) (‘92-93) (‘96-97) (‘91-92) (‘01-02) (‘98-99) (‘95-96) (‘88-89)

(‘78-79) (‘85-86) (‘80-81) (‘89-90) (‘90-91) (‘81-82) (‘10-11) (‘06-07) (‘88-89) (‘79-80)

Lowest 3-PT PERCENTAGE

Fewest Points Allowed

1. _____ .294 ___________ 2. _____ .311 ___________ 3. _____ .324 ___________ 4. _____ .327 ___________ ______ .327____________ 6. _____ .337 ___________ 7. _____ .339 ___________ ______ .339 ___________ 9._____ .340 ___________ ______ .340 ___________ 10. ____ .343 ___________

1. _____1369 ___________ 2. _____1407 ___________ 3. _____1433 ___________ 4. _____1523 ___________ 5. _____1539 ___________ 6. _____1600 ___________ 7. _____1611 ___________ 8. _____1627 ___________ 9. _____1630 ___________ 10. ____1640 ___________

(‘99-00) (‘94-95) (‘03-04) (‘00-01) (‘08-09) (‘98-99) (‘97-98) (‘91-92) (‘90-91) (‘89-90) (‘95-96)

156 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

(‘68-69) (‘72-73) (‘67-68) (‘64-65) (‘70-71) (‘79-80) (‘80-81) (‘69-70) (‘73-74) (‘65-66)

BIG TEN DEFENSE Fewest FG Allowed

1. ______390____________ _______390 ___________ 3. ______407 ___________ 4. ______416 ___________ 5.______420____________ 6.______421____________ 7.______425____________ 8. ______427 ___________ 9.______428____________ 10. _____430 ___________

(‘11-12) (‘01-02) (‘05-06) (‘98-99) (‘10-11) (‘08-09) (‘06-07) (‘03-04) (‘09-10) (‘02-03)

Fewest FG Attempts 1. ______814 ___________ 2.______841____________ 3. ______856 ___________ 4.______863____________ 5. ______872 ___________ 6. ______895 ___________ 7.______920____________ 8. ______925 ___________ 9. ______930 ___________ _______930 ___________

(‘01-02) (‘11-12) (‘05-06) (‘06-07) (‘02-03) (‘03-04) (‘10-11) (‘04-05) (‘99-00) (‘98-99)

(‘99-00) (‘94-95) (‘01-02) (‘02-03) (‘95-96) (‘08-09) (‘97-98) (‘09-10) (‘03-04) (‘00-01)

Fewest FT Against

Steals

1. ______133 ___________ (‘03-04) 2. ______143 ___________ (‘04-05) 3. ______153 ___________ (‘05-06) 4. ______174 ___________ (‘94-95) _______174____________ (‘08-09) 6.______191____________ (‘10-11) _______191____________ (‘07-’08) 8. ______201 ___________ (‘95-96) 9.______210____________ (‘06-07) 10. _____212 ___________ (‘97-98)

1.______134____________ 2.______131____________ 3.______115____________ 4.______114____________ 5.______113____________ 6.______110____________ 7.______108____________ _______108____________ 9.______102____________ 10._____100____________

Fewest FT Attempts

Blocks

1. ______196 ___________ (‘03-04) 2. ______201 ___________ (‘04-05) 3. ______221 ___________ (‘05-06) 4.______240____________ (‘08-09) 5.______265____________ (‘10-11) 6.______272____________ (‘07-’08) 7. ______281 ___________ (‘94-95) 8. ______292 ___________ (‘97-98) 9. ______304 ___________ (‘98-99) 10._____305____________ (‘06-07)

1.______ 2.______ 3.______ 4.______ 5.______ 6.______ 7.______ _______ 9.______ 10._____

87____________ 81____________ 80____________ 74____________ 71____________ 68____________ 55____________ 55____________ 50____________ 48____________

(‘95-96) (‘00-01) (‘11-12) (‘99-00) (‘05-06) (‘93-94) (‘97-98) (‘94-95) (‘06-07) (‘96-97)

(‘97-98) (‘95-96) (‘98-99) (‘96-97) (‘93-94) (‘92-93) (‘01-02) (‘00-01) (‘02-03) (‘94-95)


BIG TEN RECORDS

GAME

INDIVIDUAL

n Points: 35, Joe Crispin vs. Iowa, 1/6/01. n Field Goals: 15, Jarrett Stephens at Michigan, 2/19/00. n Field Goal Attempts: 25, Joe Crispin vs. Ohio State, 3/3/01. n Field Goal Percentage: (Min. 7 Att.): 90.0 (9-10), Jarrett Stephens vs. Purdue, 2/1/97; 90.0 (9-10), Jarrett Stephens vs. Minnesota, 2/5/97; (Min. 10 Att.): 90.0 (9-10), Jarrett Stephens vs. Purdue, 2/1/97; 90.0 (9-10), Jarrett Stephens vs. Minnesota, 2/5/97. n 3-Pt Field Goals: 7, Billy Oliver vs. Purdue, 1/5/12; Talor Battle vs. Minnesota, 2/17/11; Talor Battle vs. Wisconsin, 2/20/11; Talor Battle vs. Michigan State, 2/13/10; Talor Battle vs. Northwestern, 12/31/08; Talor Battle vs. Michigan, 3/11/08; Mike Walker vs. Illinois (BTT), 3/8/07; Pete Lisicky vs. Indiana, 1/27/96; Pete Lisicky vs. Northwestern, 2/28/96; Joe Crispin vs. Ohio State, 2/27/99. n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 14, Talor Battle vs. Minnesota, 2/17/11; Pete Lisicky vs. Michigan St., 115/97 & vs. Michigan, 1/28/97; Joe Crispin vs. Ohio State, 2/27/99 & vs. Northwestern, 3/4/99; Sharif Chambliss vs. Illinois, 1/24/03. n Free Throws: 14, John Amaechi vs. Iowa, 2/23/94; Joe Crispin vs. Minnesota, 1/10/98. n Free Throw Attempts: 20, John Amaechi vs. Iowa, 2/23/94. n Free Throw Percentage: (Min. 10 attempts): 100.0 (14-14), Joe Crispin vs. Minnesota, 1/10/98. n Offensive Rebounds: 8, Andrew Jones vs. Purdue, 1/6/09; John Amaechi at Iowa, 1/22/94; Jarrett Stephens vs. Indiana, 1/8/00; Aaron Johnson vs. Purdue, 2/4/04. n Total Rebounds: 21, Aaron Johnson vs. Nwestern, 1/22/05. n Assists: 12, Dan Earl at Iowa, 2/3/96. n Steals: 6, Tim Frazier at Nebraska, 1/11/12; Travis Parker vs. Northwestern 2/24/06; Matt Gaudio vs. Minnesota, 1/11/96. n Blocks: 8, Calvin Booth vs. Nwestern, 1/22/98 & vs. Indiana, 1/31/99.

GAME

TEAM

n Points: (Regulation): 98, vs. Illinois, 1/1/01; (Overtime): 98, vs. Ohio State, 2/27/99. n Points/ HALF: 63 (2nd) vs. Ohio State, 2/16/98. n Fewest Points Allowed: 33, vs. Wisconsin, 3/11/11, BTT**; vs. Illinois, 2/18/09. n Field Goals: 36, at Northwestern, 2/22/95. n Field Goal Attempts: 71, at Northwestern, 2/22/95. n Field Goal Percentage: 68.0 (34-50), vs. Northwestern, 1/22/98. n Lowest Field Goal Percentage Allowed: 28.0 (14-50), at Indiana, 1/5/02. n 3-Pt Field Goals: 15, vs. Purdue, 2/17/01. n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 34, vs. Northwestern, 2/16/02. n Free Throws: 34, vs. Minnesota, 1/15/94, & at Michigan, 3/8/95. n Free Throw Attempts: 49, vs. Minnesota, 1/15/94. n Free Throw Percentage: (Min. 10 att.): 1.000 (14-14), vs. Illinois, 1/11/11. n Offensive Rebounds: 27, at Iowa, 1/24/07. n Total Rebounds: 46, vs. Northwestern, 12/31/08 n Assists: 26, at Northwestern, 2/22/95. n Steals: 16, vs. Northwestern, 1/13/01 n Blocks: 12, vs. Indiana, 1/31/99. ** Big Ten Tournament Record

s Dan Earl holds the Penn State record for assists in a Big Ten game with 12 vs. Iowa in 1996. Earl ranks second all-time in career assists with 574.

BIG TEN OPPONENT RECORDS GAME

INDIVIDUAL

n Points: 37, Evan Eschmeyer, Northwestern, 2/8/98. n Field Goals: 13, Doug Etzler, Ohio State, 3/1/95, Geno Carlisle, Northwestern, 1/13/96. n 3-Pt Field Goals: 10, Jon Diebler, Ohio State, 3/1/11. n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 17, Rod Wilmont, Indiana, 1/13/07. n Free Throws: 17, Evan Eschmeyer, Northwestern, 2/8/98. n Free Throw Attempts: 22, Evan Eschmeyer, Northwestern, 2/8/98. n Rebounds: 21, Evan Eschmeyer, Northwestern, 1/20/99. n Assists: 13, Eric Snow, Michigan State, 2/11/95. n Steals: 6, Chris Kramer, at Purdue, 1/6/07; Carlos Davis, Ohio State, 2/16/98 & Frank Williams, Illinois, 2/20/02. n Blocks: 7, Mike Tisdale, at Illinois, 1/12/10. n Minutes: 50, Calbert Cheaney, Indiana, 2/9/93.

GAME

TEAM

n Points: 105, Indiana, 1/9/93. n Points/ HALF: 60, (2nd) Purdue, 3/2/02. n Field Goals: 43, Ohio State, 1/06/06. n Field Goal Attempts: 88, Indiana, 1/31/99. n Field Goal Percentage: 67.9 (36-53), vs. Michigan State, 1/20/07. n 3-Pt Field Goals: 17, at Indiana, 3/3/07. n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 34, at Indiana, 3/3/07; vs. Indiana, 2/15/06; at Wisconsin, 1/25/06; at Illinois, 1/12/05. n 3-Pt Field Goal Percentage: (Min. 10 att.): 72.7 (8-11), at Indiana, 1/8/94. n Free Throws: 33, Minnesota, 1/15/12. n Free Throw Attempts: 45, Northwestern, 3/1/03. n Free Throw Percentage: 100.0 (24-24), Illinois, 1/21/93. n Total Rebounds: 52, Indiana, 1/31/99. n Assists: 30, Illinois, 3/11/00 (Big Ten Tourn.). n Steals: 18, Iowa, 1/27/99 & Minnesota, 2/22/03 n Blocks: 14, Indiana, 1/8/00.

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WIN & LOSS MARGINS WINNING MARGINS

OPPONENT RECORDS

GAME

INDIVIDUAL

n Points: (Regulation Game): 45, Wil Robinson at West Virginia, 2/24/71. (Overtime Game): 51, Eric Riggins at Rutgers, 2/21/87. n Field Goals: 19, Jim Wherry at Bucknell, 12/18/67 & Eric Riggins at Rutgers, 2/21/87. n Field Goal Attempts: 36, Calvin Murphy, Niagara, 12/28/68. n Field Goal Percentage: (Min. 12 att.): 91.7 (11-12), Many, Last: Dusty Rychart, Minn. 3/7/02. n 3-Pt Field Goals: 10, Jon Diebler, Ohio State, 3/1/11. n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 17, Roderick Wilmont, Indiana, 1/13/07 n 3-Pt Field Goal Percentage: (Min. 6 att.): 100.0 (6-6), Val Barnes, Iowa, 2/22/93; (Minn. 10 att.) 83.3 (10-12), Jon Diebler, Ohio State, 3/1/11. n Free Throws: 22, Earl Belcher at St. Bonaventure, 1/9/80. n Free Throw Attempts: 23, Ronnie Shavlik at N.C. State, 12/9/54, Earl Belcher at St. Bonaventure, 1/9/80. n Free Throw Percentage: (Min. 15 att.): 95.7 (22-23), Earl Belcher at St. Bonaventure, 1/9/80; (Min. 12 att.): 100.0 (12-12) Sean Mason, Wisconsin, 2/14/98. n Rebounds: 24, Bob Pettit, LSU, 3/12/54. n Assists: 15, Butch Moore, SMU, 12/18/82. n Steals: 9, Alex Eldridge at Massachusetts, 12/1/76 & Phil Anderson, vs. Delaware State. (Lowcountry Cl.), 12/29/94.

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GAME

TEAM

n Points: 121 at Duke, 1/5/65. n Consecutive Points: 22, at Saint Joseph’s, 11/26/11. n Consecutive Points/ Start Game: 22, at Saint Joseph’s, 11/26/11. n Field Goals: 54, at Duke, 1/5/65. n Field Goal Attempts: 95, at West Virginia, 1/16/65. n Field Goal Percentage: 69.6 (39-56), Louisville, 11/24/78. n Field Goal Percentage/HALF: 80.0 (16-20, 2nd), Baylor, 12/1/90. n 3-Pt Field Goals: 19, VMI, 12/30/06. n 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 54, VMI, 12/30/06. n 3-Pt Field Goal Percentage: (Min. 10 att.): 72.7 (8-11), at Indiana, 1/8/94. n Free Throws: 47, at North Carolina State, 12/9/54; at St. Bonaventure, 1/9/80. n Free Throw Attempts: 60, at Duquesne,1/10/83. n Free Throw Percentage: (Min. 50 att.): 87.0 (47-54), St. Bonaventure, 1/9/80; (Min. 24 att.): 100.0 (24-24), at Illinois, 1/21/93. n Rebounds: 72, at Duke, 1/3/66.

ALL GAMES

+74,__________ Susquehanna (86-12), 1/25/19 +61,_____________ Juniata (62-1), 12/13/1906 +59,_________ Lebanon Valley (69-10), 1/31/20 +58,_______________Ithaca (105-47), 1/17/53 +57,__________ Susquehanna (75-18), 1/16/26 +56,_______________ Comp. B, 5th Regiment _______________________ (58-2), 3/1/1902 +54,______ George Washington (60-6), 2/13/20 +53,_____________Canisius (93-40), 11/16/07 +51,_________ Morgan State (102-51), 1/11/92 +51,______________ Juniata (83-32), 11/27/87 +51,______________ Bethany (64-13), 1/20/23 +51,__________________Altoona Ath. Assoc. ______________________ (59-8), 3/11/1904 +51,__________ Lock Haven (51-0), 1/16/1903 +49,_______________Bucknell (94-45), 1/5/55 +49,__________ Bloomsburg (53-4), 1/31/1902 +48,_____________ at Lehigh (93-45), 12/2/75 +48,______________ Juniata (61-13), 12/13/23 +48,_____________ Juniata (57-9), 12/15/1905 +48,___________ Lock Haven (94-46), 12/3/04 +47,_______ Gardner-Webb (104-57), 12/19/09 +47,_______________Bucknell (64-17), 3/7/25 +47,__________ Bloomsburg (56-9), 2/13/1901 +46,_________________ MIT (60-14), 2/12/15 +46,__________________ Franklin & Marshall _______________________ (49-3), 2/6/1909 +45,___________Susquehanna (58-13), 1/5/24 +45,__________ Carnegie Tech (62-17), 2/2/21 +44,___________ at Dickinson (89-45), 1/17/52 +44,_______________ Mexico (62-18), 2/25/41 +44,_____________ Dickinson (62-18), 1/17/20 +43,_______________ Lehigh (93-50), 12/6/97 +43,__________ Carnegie Tech (76-33), 3/1/44 +43,__________________George Washington ______________________ (47-4), 2/18/1908 +43,__________________ Wyoming Seminary ______________________(66-23), 1/11/1907 +42,___________Indiana (Pa.) (99-57), 12/2/79 +42,___________ Lock Haven (44-2), 2/2/1901 +41,___________ Loyola (Md.) (88-47), 1/26/81 +41,________________ Lehigh (78-37), 2/5/55 +41,_________ Susquehanna (53-12), 12/13/44 +41,________________ Albright (50-9), 2/3/11 +40,___________Indiana (Pa.) (86-46), 12/1/82 +40,_____________Pittsburgh (84-44), 1/14/67 +40,______________Bucknell (95-55), 1/12/66 +40,______________Bucknell (53-13), 2/24/10 +40,_____________________ Pittston YMCA ______________________(53-13), 2/14/1902

LOSING MARGINS -53,________at Navy (#17 AP) (50-103), 12/4/85 -50,________________ at Duke (43-93), 1/3/70 -48,______________at Indiana (57-105), 1/9/93 -45,_____________ at Villanova (53-98), 2/2/80 -43,_______________at Illinois (37-80), 1/21/04 -43,____ at Ohio State (#1 AP) (49-92), 12/23/61 -40,______________ at Temple (36-76), 1/23/86 -40,_________ at Duke (#10 AP) (55-95), 1/3/62 -39,____________ at Princeton (38-77), 1/13/70 -38,_____ vs. Kentucky (#2 AP) (85-47), 11/19/11 -38,__________ at Syracuse (63-101), 12/13/76 -37,________ at Michigan State (49-86), 2/20/08 -37,___________ at Pittsburgh (91-54), 12/10/05 -36,____________ at Wisconsin (41-77), 3/5/08 -36,___________ at Syracuse (45-81), 12/16/77 -36,_______________ Oregon (40-76), 12/6/74 -36,_____ at N.C. State (#2 AP) (42-78), 12/3/55 -35,___________ at Ohio State (104-69), 1/5/06 -35,_______________at Purdue (57-92), 3/2/02

BIG TEN GAMES

WINNING MARGINS

+38,__________ Northwestern (83-45), 1/22/98 +33,________ at Northwestern (82-49), 1/13/00 +30,________ at Northwestern (89-59), 2/ 22/95 +29,_____________ Wisconsin (79-50), 1/7/96 +28,__________ Northwestern (79-51), 1/21/95 +26,___________ Northwestern (83-57), 1/3/07 +25,____________ Minnesota (76-51), 1/11/96 +21,_______________Purdue (92-71), 2/17/01 +20, ________________Purdue (65-45), 1/5/12 +20, _______________Purdue (74-54), 1/18/06 +20,__________ at Minnesota (82-62), 2/14/02

LOSING MARGINS -48,______________at Indiana (57-105), 1/9/93 -43,_______________at Illinois (37-80), 1/21/04 -37,________ at Michigan State (86-49), 2/20/08 -36,____________ at Wisconsin (77-41), 3/5/08 -35,___________ at Ohio State (104-69), 1/5/06 -35,_______________At Purdue (57-92), 3/2/02 -34,________ at Michigan State (36-70), 1/22/03 -34,________________Indiana (51-85), 1/23/02 -32,_______________at Illinois (60-92), 1/20/01 -31, ______________at Indiana (63-94), 3/3/07 -31,____________ at Wisconsin (55-86), 2/1/03


MULTI-FACETED ACHIEVEMENTS 2,000 PTS-1,000 REBS - CAREER

Total Players: 1 Player

Years

Jesse Arnelle

1952-55__________________________2,138______ 1,238

Points Rebounds

1,000 PTS-800 REBS - CAREER

Total Players: 2 Player

Years

Jesse Arnelle Mike Lang

1952-55__________________________2,138______ 1,238 1980-83__________________________1,014_______ 912

Points Rebounds

2,000 PTS-600 REBS-500 ASST - CAREER

Total Players: 1 (1 In Big Ten, 4 in NCAA Div. 1 history) Year Points Rebounds Assists Player s Monroe Brown is one of four Penn State players to post 1,000 points, 400 rebounds and 300 assists in their Nittany Lion career.

100-POINT GAMES

BY PENN STATE

BY OPPONENTS

20 Total; Last vs. Gardner-Webb 12/19/09 Pts. Opponent OPP Pts. Date

18 Total; Last vs. VMI, 12/30/06 Pts. Opponent PSU Pts.

129___ 110___ 109___ 108___ 108___ 107___ 107___ 106___ 105___ 105___ 104___ 104___ 104___ 103___ 102___ 102___ 102___ 101___ 100___ 100___

121___ 112___ 111___ 105___ 104___ 104___ 103___ 103___ 103___ 103___ 102___ 101___ 101___ 101___ 100___ 100___ 100___ 100___

VMI_____________ 111____ Dec. 30, 2006 Colgate___________ 75____ Dec. 15, 1954 Muhlenberg________ 78____ Dec. 12, 1977 West Virginia_______ 81____ Feb. 16, 1966 Lock Haven________ 74_____Dec. 8, 1984 Syracuse__________ 85_____Jan. 12, 1955 Massachusetts______ 79_____ Jan. 5, 1989 Rutgers___________ 69____ Dec. 18, 1954 Siena____________ 103_____Mar. 20, 2000 Ithaca ____________ 47_____Jan. 17, 1953 Gardener-Webb_____ 57____ Dec. 19, 2009 at Colgate_________ 75_____Jan. 18, 1964 Navy_____________ 83_____ Feb. 5, 1983 Syracuse__________ 95_____ Feb. 4, 1970 Rutgers___________ 78____ Dec. 14, 1955 West Virginia_______ 99_____Jan. 21, 1967 Morgan State_______ 51_____Jan. 11, 1992 Ursinus___________ 68____ Nov. 28, 1980 Wagner___________ 91____ Dec. 18, 2000 at Rutgers_________ 99____ Feb. 21, 1987

Date

at Duke___________ 88_____ Jan. 5, 1965 at Cleveland St._____ 82_____Dec. 1, 1984 VMI_____________ 129____ Dec., 30, 2006 at Indiana__________ 57_____ Jan. 9, 1993 at Ohio State_______ 69_____ Jan. 5, 2006 at West Virginia_____ 74____ Dec. 12, 1959 Siena____________ 105_____Mar. 20, 2000 at Syracuse________ 79____ Dec. 16, 1965 at West Virginia_____ 87____ Feb. 18, 1976 at Navy___________ 50_____ Dec. 4, 1985 at Rutgers_________ 92 ___ Feb. 23, 1984 at West Virginia_____ 87____ Feb. 24, 1971 at Syracuse________ 63____ Dec. 13, 1976 at West Virginia_____ 84____ Feb. 16, 1983 Pittsburgh_________ 90_____ Feb. 3, 1956 Syracuse__________ 93____ Feb. 11, 1976 at Navy___________ 69_____ Feb. 6, 1984 at West Virginia_____ 67____ Feb. 11, 1989

BY OPPONENTS

18 Total; Last vs. Wisconsin, BTT, 3/11/11 Pts. Opponent OPP Pts. Date

14 Total; Last vs. Wisconsin, BTT, 3/11/11 Pts. Opponent PSU Pts. Date

33____ 34____ 36____ 36____ 36____ 37____ 37____ 37____ 37____ 38____ 38____ 38____ 38____ 38____ 39____ 39____ 39____ 39____

26____ 32____ 33____ 33____ 36____ 36____ 36____ 36____ 37____ 37____ 38____ 38____ 39____ 39____

at Navy___________ Villanova__________ at Michigan State____ at Temple__________ vs. Wisconsin (BTT)__ at Pittsburgh________ at Illinois__________ at Penn ___________ at Army___________ at Princeton________ at Colgate_________ at Iowa____________ at Iowa____________ at Illinois__________ at Army___________ at Temple__________ at Northwestern_____ Maryland__________

52_____ Feb. 9, 1974 36_____ Feb. 4, 1979 70_____Jan. 22, 2003 76_____Jan. 23, 1986 33_____Mar. 11, 2011 64_____ Dec. 6, 2003 80_____Jan. 21, 2004 62____ Nov. 23, 2002 46____ Feb. 22, 1964 77_____Jan. 13, 1970 37____ Dec. 22, 1979 58____ Feb. 24, 1993 65_____ Mar. 1, 2006 33_____ Feb. 5, 2009 59_____ Feb. 5, 1966 43_____ Jan. 6, 1981 54____ Feb. 19, 2005 62_____ Dec. 1, 2010

2008-11____________2,213___________ 625_______ 517

1,000 PTS-400 REB-300 ASST - CAREER

Total Players: 4 Player

Year

Talor Battle Freddie Barnes Monroe Brown Ron Brown

2008-11____________2,213___________ 625_______ 1989-92____________1,342___________ 472_______ 1989-92____________1,244___________ 489_______ 1972-74____________1,184___________ 590_______

Points

Rebounds Assists 517 600 450 350

1,000 PTS-500 REBS - CAREER

Total Players: 18 Player

Years

Talor Battle Jesse Arnelle Jamelle Cornley DeRon Hayes Geary Claxton Tom Hovasse Jarrett Stephens Ed Fogell John Amaechi Calvin Booth Ron Brown Carver Clinton Gyasi Cline-Heard Steve Kuhn James Barnes Gene Harris Mike Lang

2008-11__________________________2,213_______ 625 1952-55__________________________2,138______ 1,238 2005-09__________________________1,579_______ 755 1989-93__________________________1,570_______ 608 2005-08__________________________1,542_______ 755 1985-89__________________________1,459_______ 619 1996-2000________________________1,372_______ 703 1985-90__________________________1,329_______ 590 1993-95__________________________1,310_______ 745 1995-99__________________________1,288_______ 728 1971-74__________________________1,184_______ 590 1964-66__________________________1,165_______ 734 1998-2001________________________1,058_______ 642 1976-80__________________________1,057_______ 568 1988-91__________________________1,025_______ 616 1960-62__________________________1,018_______ 762 1980-83__________________________1,014_______ 912

Points Rebounds

1,000 PTS-400 ASST - CAREER

30-POINT GAMES

BY PENN STATE

Talor Battle

Juniata____________ Juniata____________ vs. Wisconsin (BTT)__ Illinois____________ Army_____________ Carnegie Tech______ Villanova__________ Massachusetts______ Colgate___________ SW Texas State_____ Princeton__________ Johns Hopkins______ Denver____________ Gettsysburg________

64____ Nov. 25, 1989 83____ Nov. 27, 1987 36_____Mar. 11, 2011 38_____ Feb. 5, 2009 49____ Feb. 17, 1962 69_____ Jan. 9, 1965 34_____ Feb. 4, 1979 50____ Feb. 20, 1980 38____ Dec. 22, 1979 62____ Dec. 22, 1989 61____ Dec. 12, 2007 64_____Jan. 21, 1980 60____ Dec. 15, 2007 53____ Dec. 15, 1964

Total Players: 6 Player

Year

Freddie Barnes Dan Earl Talor Battle Joe Crispin Monroe Brown Titus Ivory

1989-92__________________________1,342_______ 1993-99__________________________1,256_______ 2008-11__________________________2,213_______ 1998-2001________________________1,986_______ 1989-92__________________________1,244_______ 1997-2001________________________1,369_______

Points Assists 600 574 517 485 450 443

500 PTS-250 REBS - SEASON

Total Players: 4 Number of Times: 5 Player Year Jesse Arnelle Jesse Arnelle John Ameachi Jarrett Stephens Gyasi-Cline Heard

Points Rebounds

1954_____________________________ 507_______ 1955_____________________________ 731_______ 1995_____________________________ 514_______ 2000_____________________________ 657_______ 2001_____________________________ 529_______

285 428 316 368 269

600 PTS-150 ASST - SEASON

Total Players: 3 Number of Times: 3 Player Year Talor Battle Joe Crispin Tim Frazier

Points Assists

2009_____________________________ 635_______ 189 2000_____________________________ 649_______ 178 2012_____________________________ 602_______ 198

500 PTS-150 ASST-50 STEALS - SEASON

Total Players: 1 Number of Times: 1 Player Year Tim Frazier

Points Assists

Steals

2012_______________ 602___________ 198________ 50

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SCORING

SCORING RECORDS 1,000-Point Scorers Pts._ FGM FTM_

s Talor Battle became Penn State’s alltime leading scorer in 2011.

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SEASON

Pts FGM FTM

1. 731___ 244___243______________ Jesse Arnelle, 1955 2. 687___ 225___131________________ Talor Battle, 2011 3. 657___ 260___132____________ Jarrett Stephens, 2000 4. 649___ 192___181________________ Joe Crispin, 2000 5. 642___ 195___144________________ Joe Crispin, 2001 6. 635___ 198___147________________ Talor Battle, 2009 7. 602___ 208___159________________ Tim Frazier, 2012 8. 574___ 193___117________________ Talor Battle, 2010 9. 531___ 221___70______________Jamelle Cornley, 2009 10. 529___ 182___164___________Gyasi Cline-Heard, 2001 11. 520___ 158___125_________________Titus Ivory, 2001 520___ 191___138_________________ Ed Fogell, 1990 13. 516___ 179___ 84______________ Tom Hovasse, 1989 14. 514___ 168___176______________John Amaechi, 1995 15. 507___ 174___159______________ Jesse Arnelle, 1954 16. 505___ 216___73__________________ Jeff Miller, 1978

s Joe Crispin owns two of the top five scoring seasons in Penn State history.

FTM

1. 2,213___ 722___452_____________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 2. 2,138___ 738___662____________ Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55 3. 1,986___ 615___448____________Joe Crispin, 1998-2001 4. 1,605___ 525___223_____________ Pete Lisicky, 1995-98 5. 1,579___ 644___269________ Jamelle Cornley, 2006-2009 6. 1,570___ 661___229____________DeRon Hayes, 1990-93 7. 1,542___ 545___378_________ Geary Claxton, 2005-2008 8. 1,459___ 532___223____________ Tom Hovasse, 1986-89 9. 1,372___ 539___288_________ Jarrett Stephens, ‘96-2000 10. 1,369___ 413___337____________ Titus Ivory, 1997-2001 11. 1,342___ 367___447___________Freddie Barnes, 1989-92 12. 1,329___ 489___351_______________ Ed Fogell, 1986-90 13. 1,310___ 406___477___________ John Amaechi, 1993-95 14. 1,288___ 500___287___________Calvin Booth, 1995-1999 15. 1,256___ 389___284_____________ Dan Earl, 1993-1999 16. 1,244___ 442___262___________ Monroe Brown, 1989-92 17. 1,184___ 521___142______________Ron Brown, 1972-74 18. 1,165___ 485___185___________ Carver Clinton, 1964-66 19. 1,139___ 431___277____________ Mark DuMars, 1959-61 20. 1,091___ 430___231______________ Bob Weiss, 1963-65 21. 1,090___ 419___252____________ Jeff Persson, 1966-68 22. 1,058___ 377___303________ Gyasi Cline-Heard, 1998-01 23. 1,057___ 429___199_____________ Steve Kuhn, 1977-80 24. 1,025___ 357___309___________ James Barnes, 1987-91 25. 1,020___ 345___230______________ Tony Ward, 1985-88 26. 1,019___ 429___161___________ Mike Edelman, 1979-82 27. 1,018___ 420___178_____________ Gene Harris, 1960-62 28. 1,014___ 381___252______________ Mike Lang, 1980-83 29. 1,008___ 431___146_______________Jeff Miller, 1975-78

s Jesse Arnelle held the all-time scoring mark for 56 years.

CAREER

Pts FGM FTM

GAME

1. 46____17___12_______ Gene Harris, Holy Cross, 1962 2. 44____20___ 4_______ Jesse Arnelle, Bucknell, 1955 3. 41____17___ 7________Jesse Arnelle, Rutgers, 1955 4. 40____15___10_____ Jesse Arnelle, Georgetown, 1952 40____11___18_________ Jesse Arnelle, Temple, 1955 6. 38____10___18________Jesse Arnelle, Syracuse, 1955 38____17___ 4____________Bob Weiss, Duke, 1965 8. 36____13___3_________Joe Crispin, Pittsburgh, 2001 36____18___ 0_____ Frank Wolf, Susquehanna, 1919 36____14___ 8______ Mark DuMars, Syracuse, 1960 36____16___ 4__________Ron Brown, Virginia, 1974 36____15___ 6_________ Steve Kuhn, Colgate, 1979

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS

Year Name 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Pts

J.N. Reed______________________190 J.N. Reed______________________242 J.N. Reed______________________151 E.O. Gerhardt___________________144 Harold Von Neida________________ 83 Michael Hamas__________________223 L.D. Reilly______________________111 J. Neil Stahley___________________N/A Fred Brand_____________________108 Fred Brand_____________________120 Ed McMinn_____________________141 Norrie McFarlane_________________114 Norrie McFarlane_________________169 John Stocker____________________121 Sol Miehoff_____________________121 Sol Miehoff_____________________125 Sol Miehoff_____________________175 Charlie Prosser__________________195 John Barr______________________231 John Barr______________________200 Herschel Baltimore_______________179 Elmer Gross____________________179 David Hornstein__________________139 Don McNary____________________146 Irwin Batnick____________________113 Walt Hatkevich__________________216 Jack Biery______________________218 Jack Biery______________________260 Milt Simon______________________177 Marty Costa____________________299_______ Lou Lamie______________________319_______ Jesse Arnelle___________________492_______ Jesse Arnelle___________________408_______ Jesse Arnelle___________________507_______ Consecutive 500-point Seasons Jesse Arnelle___________________731_______ Earl Fields_____________________354_______ Ron Rainey_____________________377_______ Ron Rainey_____________________292_______ Mark DuMars___________________337_______ Mark DuMars___________________468_______ Gene Harris____________________369_______ Gene Harris____________________431_______ Earl Hoffman____________________434_______ Bob Weiss_____________________392_______ Carver Clinton___________________411_______ Carver Clinton___________________453_______ Jeff Persson____________________422_______ Jeff Persson____________________339_______ Tom Daley______________________313_______ Tom Daley______________________366_______ Bill Kunze______________________367_______ Ron Brown_____________________434_______ Randy Meister___________________309_______ Ron Brown_____________________451_______ Randy Meister___________________345_______ Chris Erichsen___________________436_______ Jeff Miller______________________345_______ Jeff Miller______________________505_______ Mike Edelman___________________343_______ Frank Brickowski_________________320_______ Frank Brickowski_________________311_______ Mike Lang______________________272_______ Mike Lang______________________366_______ Wally Choice____________________223_______ Craig Collins____________________401_______ Paul Murphy____________________293_______

13.0 14.5 18.9 17.0 21.1 26.1 14.1 15.1 15.1 16.8 21.3 15.4 18.7 21.7 17.0 17.1 18.9 17.6 17.0 14.2 15.3 16.7 18.1 14.7 17.4 15.0 17.4 13.3 18.7 11.4 11.4 13.0 10.1 13.1 13.1 14.9 10.2


Tom Hovasse___________________352_______ Tom Hovasse___________________388_______ Tom Hovasse___________________516_______ Ed Fogell______________________520_______ DeRon Hayes___________________479_______ Monroe Brown___________________422_______ DeRon Hayes___________________376_______ John Amaechi___________________423_______ John Amaechi___________________514_______ Pete Lisicky_____________________359_______ Pete Lisicky_____________________439_______ Pete Lisicky_____________________498_______ Calvin Booth____________________414_______ Jarrett Stephens_________________657_______ Joe Crispin_____________________642_______ Sharif Chambliss_________________410_______ Sharif Chambliss_________________411_______ Jan Jagla______________________376_______ Geary Claxton___________________380_______ Geary Claxton___________________457_______ Geary Claxton___________________425_______ Talor Battle_____________________317_______ Talor Battle_____________________635_______ Consecutive Talor Battle_____________________574_______ 500-point Seasons Talor Battle_____________________687_______ Tim Frazier_____________________602_______

13.0 14.4 17.8 15.3 15.0 14.6 13.9 16.9 16.1 13.3 16.3 15.6 15.3 18.8 19.5 14.6 14.7 13.4 12.7 15.2 16.3 10.2 16.7 18.5 20.2 18.8

s In 2010-11 Talor Battle joined Jesse Arnelle (1952-55) as the only two players to lead Penn State in scoring in four consecutive seasons. Seven players have done it in three consecutive seasons.

SEASON SCORING AVERAGE

AVG

Player

Season

1. 26.1____ Jesse Arnelle________________________ 1954 2. 21.7____ Earl Hoffman_________________________ 1963 3. 21.3____ Mark Dumars________________________ 1960 4. 21.1____ Jesse Arnelle________________________ 1954 5. 20.2____ Talor Battle__________________________ 2011 6. 19.5____ Joe Crispin__________________________ 2001 7. 18.9____ Jesse Arnelle________________________ 1952 8. 18.8____ Tim Frazier__________________________ 2012 18.8____ Jarrett Stephens______________________ 2000 10. 18.7____ Gene Harris_________________________ 1962 18.7____ Jeff Miller___________________________ 1978

30+ POINT GAMES (77)

Pts Player 46 44 41 40 40 38 38 36 36 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 35 35 34 34 33 33 33

Game

Gene Harris ____________________vs. Holy Cross, 1962 Jesse Arnelle ____________________ vs. Bucknell, 1955 Jesse Arnelle _____________________ vs. Rutgers, 1955 Jesse Arnelle_________________ vs. Georgetown, 1952 Jesse Arnelle _____________________ vs. Temple, 1955 Jesse Arnelle ____________________vs. Syracuse, 1955 Bob Weiss _________________________ vs. Duke, 1965 Frank Wolf __________________ vs. Susquehanna, 1919 Mark DuMars ____________________vs. Syracuse, 1960 Ron Brown ______________________ vs. Virginia, 1974 Steve Kuhn ______________________ vs. Colgate, 1979 Joe Crispin ____________________ vs. Pittsburgh, 2001 Jesse Arnelle ________________ vs. Carnegie Tech, 1955 Jesse Arnelle _________________ vs. West Virginia, 1955 Earl Hoffman _________________ vs. West Virginia, 1963 Bob Weiss ________________________vs. Detroit, 1964 Pete Lisicky __________________ vs. Pennsylvania, 1996 Joe Crispin ________________________ vs. Iowa, 2001 Jesse Arnelle ______________________ vs. Toledo, 1955 Ron Rainey ______________________ vs. Colgate, 1958 Jesse Arnelle _____________________ vs. Colgate, 1954 Jesse Arnelle _____________________ vs. Colgate, 1955 Jesse Arnelle _____________________ vs. Rutgers, 1955

33 33 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Earl Hoffman ____________________ vs. Marshall, 1963 Jeff Persson _________________ vs. Oregon State, 1967 Tom Daley ______________________vs. Syracuse, 1970 Dave Angstadt ___________________vs. Syracuse, 1975 Jarrett Stephens __________________at Michigan, 2000 Marlon Smith __________________ vs. Long Island, 2004 Marty Costa _____________________vs. American, 1950 Mark DuMars __________________ vs. Gettysburg, 1960 Carver Clinton ________________ vs. West Virginia, 1966 Jeff Persson _____________________ vs. Colgate, 1967 Ron Brown ____________________ vs. Pittsburgh, 1974 Jim Ouderkirk _________________ vs. Muhlenberg, 1975 Dave Angstadt ___________________vs. Syracuse, 1976 Talor Battle________________________at Virginia, 2009 Talor Battle___________________ vs. Virginia Tech, 2009 Jesse Arnelle ___________________ vs. Pittsburgh, 1954 Jesse Arnelle ___________________ vs. Pittsburgh, 1955 Mark DuMars _________________ vs. West Virginia, 1960 Bob Donato ___________________vs. W. Michigan, 1964 Chris Erichsen _________________ vs. Muhlenberg, 1976 Jeff Miller ___________________ vs. West Virginia, 1978 Terry Graves __________________ vs. Lock Haven, 1985 Dwight Gibson ________________ vs. West Virginia, 1985 Joe Crispin ____________________ vs. Wisconsin, 2000 Joe Crispin ________________________at Illinois, 2000 Joe Crispin ______________________at Kentucky, 2001 Brandon Watkins_______________ at Northwestern, 2003 Geary Claxton_______________________vs. VMI, 2006 Talor Battle__________________________at Iowa, 2010 Talor Battle_____________________ vs. Duquesne, 2011 Talor Battle______________________ vs. Michigan, 2011 Talor Battle_______________________at Michigan, 2011 John Reed _____________________ vs. Pittsburgh, 1923 Jesse Arnelle ____________________vs. Syracuse, 1952 Jesse Arnelle _________________ vs. Wash. & Jeff., 1955 Mark DuMars _________________ vs. West Virginia, 1959 Wally Colender __________________vs. Syracuse, 1959 Earl Hoffman ____________________ vs. Bucknell, 1963 Bob Donato _____________________vs. Maryland, 1964 Jeff Persson ___________________ vs. Kent State, 1966 Bill Kunze ______________________vs. Syracuse, 1971 Ron Brown ____________________ vs. Dartmouth, 1974 Randy Meister ______________ vs. Boston College, 1975 Walter Young ___________________ vs. Pittsburgh, 1977 Jeff Miller _______________________ vs. Rutgers, 1978 David Griffin __________________ vs. Rhode Island, 1983 Bruce Blake __________________ vs. Rhode Island, 1989 Tom Hovasse ______________ vs. Geo. Washington, 1989 Monroe Brown _____________________vs. UMBC, 1992 John Amaechi ________________ at Northwestern, 1995 Glenn Sekunda _______________ at Northwestern, 1996 Joe Crispin ________________________at Illinois, 1999 Talor Battle__________________vs. Michigan State, 2010 Tim Frazier______________________ at Nebraska, 2012

s Pete Lisicky is the all-time leader in threes and fourth in scoring.

SCORING

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

s Jamelle Cornley stands fifth all-time with 1,579 points.

CAREER 30+ Point Games

1. 15_________________________ Jesse Arnelle (1952-55) 2. 7________________________ Talor Battle, 2008-present 3. 6_________________________ Joe Crispin (1998-2001) 4. 4_________________________ Mark DuMars (1959-61) 5. 3_________________________ Earl Hoffman (1961-63) 3__________________________ Jeff Persson (1966-68)

SEASON 30+ Point Games

1. 11____________________________ Jesse Arnelle, 1955 2. 4______________________________ Talor Battle, 2010 3. 3______________________________ Talor Battle, 2011 3______________________________ Joe Crispin, 2000 3____________________________ Earl Hoffman, 1963 3____________________________ Mark DuMars, 1960

s DeRon Hayes led the Lions in scoring in 1993 and ranks sixth all-time.

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 161


1,000-POINT SCORERS 1. TALOR BATTLE

7. GEARY CLAXTON

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 2007-08 31-30 106-307 .345 48-169 .284 57-83 .687 107 99 317 10.2 2008-09 38-37 198-493 .402 92-271 .339 147-210 .700 203 189 635 16.7 2009-10 31-31 193-459 .420 71-203 .350 117-166 .705 165 129 574 18.5 2010-11 34-34 225-532 .423 106-287 .369 131-175 .749 150 100 687 20.2 Totals 134-131 722-1791 .403 317-930 .341 452-634 .713 625 517 2,213 16.5 Total Points: 2,213 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 3,355 (#2)

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST 2004-05 30-30 127-295 .431 9-30 .300 117-165 .709 189 31 2005-06 30-30 168-383 .439 22-68 .324 99-157 .631 225 45 2006-07 26-24 146-342 .427 22-68 .324 111-167 .665 207 48 2007-08 16-16* 104-210 .495 21-58 .362 51-92 .554 134 38 Totals 102-100 545-1230 .443 74-224 .330 378-581 .651 755 162 *suffered season-ending torn ACL six minutes into 16th game. Total Points: 1,542 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,459 (#5)

2. JESSE ARNELLE__

8. TOM HOVASSE

Year G-S 1951-52 26 1952-53 24 1953-54 24 1954-55 28 102 Totals Total Points: 2,138

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT 1985-86 16-11 74-152 48.7 55-67 82.1 1986-87 27-21 138-320 43.1 40-68 58.8 1987-88 27-27 141-321 43.9 44-55 80.0 1988-89 29-29 179-408 43.9 84-106 79.3 Totals 99-88 532-1201 44.3 172-416 .413 223-296 75.3 Total Points: 1,459 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,263 (#8)

6-0, 170, Guard, Albany, N.Y.

6-5, 218, Forward, West Haven, Conn.

6-5, 230, Center, New Rochelle, N.Y.

PTS AVG 380 12.7 457 15.2 425 16.3 280 17.5 1542 15.1

6-8, 210, Forward, Widefield, Colo.

FG FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 184 124-217 57.1 254 492 18.9 136 136-202 67.3 271 408 17.0 174 159-227 70.0 285 507 21.1 244 243-346 70.2 428 731 26.1 738 662-992 66.7 1238 2138 21.0 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 3,376 (#1)

3. JOE CRISPIN

REB ASST PTS AVG 81 21 203 12.7 139 47 352 13.0 182 59 388 14.4 217 58 516 17.8 619 185 1459 14.7

9. JARRETT STEPHENS

6-0, 190, Guard, Pitman, N.J.

6-7, 255, Forward, Ferndale, Mich.

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1997-98 32-26 97-257 .377 48-148 .324 66-75 .880 61 107 308 9.6 1998-99 27-24 131-332 .395 68-191 .356 57-63 .905 74 90 387 14.3 1999-00 35-35 192-499 .385 84-243 .346 181-203 .892 117 178 649 18.5 2000-01 33-33 195-523 .373 108-303 .356 144-165 .873 118 110 642 19.5 Totals 127-118 615-1611 .382 308-885 .348 448-506 .885 370 485 1986 15.6 Total Points: 1,986 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,841 (#3)

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1995-96 26-0 33-64 .516 0-2 .000 20-30 .667 52 8 86 3.3 1996-97 26-7 78-135 .578 0-2 .000 33-49 .673 99 13 189 7.3 1997-98 31-11 16-258 .640 1-3 .333 101-146 .692 180 45 432 13.9 1998-99 2-2 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 4 1 8 4.0 1999-00 35-35 260-459 .566 5-17 .294 132-189 .698 368 50 657 18.8 Totals 120-55 539-924 .583 6-24 .250 288-419 .687 703 117 1372 11.4 Total Points: 1,372 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,192 (#10)

4. PETE LISICKY____

10. TITUS IVORY

6-4, 196, Guard, Whitehall, Pa.

6-4, 210, Guard, Charlotte, N.C.

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1994-95 32-2 96-244 39.3 68-173 .393 49-59 83.1 63 51 309 9.7 1995-96 27-25 128-265 48.3 89-189 .471 14-18 77.8 64 65 359 13.3 1996-97 27-26 148-356 41.6 89-233 .382 54-61 88.5 85 62 439 16.3 1997-98 32-30 153-381 40.2 86-234 .368 106-119 89.1 89 113 498 15.6 Totals 118-83 525-1246 42.1 332-829 .400 223-257 86.8 313 291 1605 13.6 Total Points: 1,605 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,209 (#9)

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1996-97 2-2 0-4 .000 0-3 .000 6-6 1.000 7 2 6 3.0 1997-98 32-23 58-137 .423 32-89 .360 26-35 .743 92 63 174 5.4 1998-99 27-26 72-172 .419 38-114 .333 42-54 .778 113 97 224 8.3 1999-00 35-34 125-331 .378 57-168 .339 138-169 .817 133 134 445 12.7 2000-01 33-33 158-359 .440 79-200 .395 125-139 .899 145 147 520 15.8 Totals 129-118 413-1003 .412 206-574 .359 337-403 .836 360 443 1369 10.6 Total Points: 1,369 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,172 (#12)

5. JAMELLE CORNLEY

11. FREDDIE BARNES

6-5, 240, Forward, Columbus, Ohio

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST 2005-06 30-23 134-261 .513 0-0 .000 73-113 .646 171 34 2006-07 30-29 167-331 .505 1-7 .143 70-123 .569 201 52 2007-08 25-21 122-241 .506 2-10 .200 56-94 .596 149 47 2008-09 37-36 221-427 .518 19-49 .388 70-130 .538 234 44 Total 122-109 644-1260 .511 22-66 .333 269-460 .585 755 177 Total Points: 1,579 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,511 (#4)

PTS AVG 341 11.4 405 13.5 302 12.1 531 14.4 1579 12.9

6. DeRON HAYES___

162 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1988-89 32-22 57-130 43.9 10-27 .370 65-86 75.6 97 112 195 6.1 1989-90 34-34 105-271 38.8 52-146 .356 97-121 80.2 132 159 359 10.6 1990-91 32-31 101-273 37.0 54-147 .367 142-172 82.6 109 152 398 12.4 1991-92 29-29 104-279 37.3 39-125 .312 143-175 81.7 134 177 390 13.4 Totals 127-116 367-953 38.5 161-466 .345 447-554 80.7 472 600 1342 10.6 Total Points: 1,342 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,414 (#6)

12. ED FOGELL

6-6, 215, Forward, Lakeland, Fla.

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST 1989-90 34-33 145-281 51.6 37-54 68.5 176 49 1990-91 32-31 200-393 50.9 79-103 76.7 152 67 1991-92 29-29 159-339 46.9 62-90 68.9 141 39 1992-93 27-27 157-361 43.5 51-65 78.5 139 58 Totals 122-120 661-1374 48.1 229-312 73.4 608 203 Total Points: 1,570 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,381 (#7)

6-0, 170, Guard, Greensboro, N.C.

PTS AVG 327 9.6 479 15.0 388 13.4 376 13.9 1570 12.9

6-9, 200, Center, Hatboro, Pa. Year G-S FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1985-86 4-0 2-10 20.0 3-7 42.9 8 2 7 0.9 1986-87 27-8 62-118 52.5 47-67 70.2 94 24 171 6.3 1987-88 27-26 102-203 50.3 63-85 74.1 124 35 267 9.9 1988-89 32-32 132-262 50.4 100-136 73.5 160 52 364 11.4 1989-90 34-34 191-314 60.8 138-170 81.2 204 63 520 15.3 Totals 124-100 489-907 53.9 351-465 75.5 590 174 1329 10.7 Total Points: 1,329 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,093 (#17)


1,000-POINT SCORERS 13. JOHN AMAECHI

19. MARK DuMARS

6-10, 270, Center, Manchester, England

5-10, 155, Guard, Sharon, Pa.

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST 1992-93 27-27 114-241 47.3 15-48 .313 130-182 71.4 206 20 1993-94 25-25 124-243 51.0 4-15 .267 171-245 69.8 223 37 1994-95 32-32 168-300 56.0 2-6 .333 176-260 67.7 316 55 Totals 84-84 406-784 51.8 21-69 .304 477-687 69.4 745 112 Total Points: 1,310 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,167 (#13)

PTS AVG 373 13.8 423 16.9 514 16.1 1310 15.6

14. CALVIN BOOTH

Year G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 1958-59 20 134-342 39.2 69-97 71.2 1959-60 22 181-478 37.9 106-149 71.1 1960-61 22 116-355 32.7 102-133 76.7 Totals 64 431-1175 36.7 277-379 73.1 Total Points: 1,139

REB ASST PTS AVG 78 21 337 16.8 92 31 468 21.3 81 28 334 15.2 251 80 1139 17.8

20. BOB WEISS

6-11, 236, Center, Reynoldsburg, Ohio

6-3, 180, Guard, Athens, Pa.

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1995-96 28-28 100-182 54.9 0-1 .000 61-96 63.5 150 35 261 9.3 1996-97 27-25 87-204 42.6 1-3 .000 61-84 72.6 134 16 236 8.7 1997-98 32-32 156-294 53.1 0-1 .000 65-97 67.0 208 34 377 11.8 1998-99 27-26 157-306 51.3 0-6 .000 100-129 77.5 236 24 414 15.3 Totals 114-111 500-986 50.7 1-10 .100 287-406 70.7 728 109 1288 11.3 Total Points: 1,288 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,125 (#15)

Year G FG-FGA PCT 1962-63 20 124-293 42.5 1963-64 23 154-353 43.6 1964-65 24 152-362 42.0 Totals 67 430-1008 42.7 Total Points: 1,091

15. DAN EARL

21. JEFF PERSSON

6-4, 194, Guard, Medford Lakes, N.J.

FT-FTA 57-81 84-105 90-117 231-303

PCT REB 70.4 90 80.0 90 76.9 114 76.2 294

PTS AVG 305 15.3 392 17.0 394 16.4 1091 16.3

FT-FTA PCT REB 81-100 81.0 115 102-119 85.7 135 69-96 71.9 165 252-315 80.0 415

PTS AVG 329 13.7 422 17.6 339 17.0 1090 160

6-3, 195, Guard/Forward, Sharon, Pa.

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1993-94 27-26 68-176 38.6 32-86 .372 60-92 65.2 68 113 228 8.4 1994-95 32-31 86-203 42.4 50-123 .407 76-91 83.5 73 181 298 9.3 1995-96 28-27 48-115 41.7 48-115 .417 81-119 68.1 74 150 150 11.7 1997-98 5-5 14-27 51.9 7-18 .389 7-8 87.5 16 19 42 8.4 1998-99 27-27 122-264 46.2 57-149 .383 60-77 77.9 73 111 361 13.4 Totals 119-116 389-787 44.3 194-491 .395 284-387 73.4 304 574 1256 10.6 Total Points: 1,256 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,134 (#14)

Year G FG-FGA PCT 1965-66 24 124-264 47.0 1966-67 24 160-404 39.6 1967-68 20 135-324 41.7 Totals 68 419-992 42.2 Total Points: 1,090

16. MONROE BROWN

22. GYASI CLINE-HEARD

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1988-89 32-22 83-160 51.9 11-25 .440 51-73 69.9 90 92 232 7.3 1989-90 34-34 94-264 35.6 18-71 .254 71-105 67.6 145 125 277 8.2 1990-91 32-31 112-242 46.3 22-59 .373 67-98 68.4 116 150 313 9.8 1991-92 29-29 153-354 43.2 43-120 .358 73-113 64.6 138 83 422 14.6 Totals 127-116 442-1020 43.3 98-288 .340 262-389 67.4 489 450 1244 9.8 Total Points: 1,244 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,183 (#11)

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA 1997-98 32-0 34-54 .630 0-0 1998-99 27-14 75-132 .568 0-2 1999-00 34-0 86-174 .494 0-2 2000-01 33-33 182-363 .501 1-3 Totals 126-47 377-723 .521 1-7 Total Points: 1,058

17. RON BROWN

23. STEVE KUHN

Year G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1971-72 24 184-408 45.1 66-127 52.0 224 110 434 18.1 1972-73 23 134-326 41.1 31-51 60.8 161 120 299 13.0 1973-74 26 203-399 50.9 45-68 66.2 205 120 451 17.4 Totals 73 521-1133 46.0 142-246 57.7 590 350 1184 16.2 Total Points: 1,184 • Points-Rebounds-Assists Total: 2,124 (#16)

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 1976-77 26-20 89-214 41.6 1977-78 27-27 134-292 45.9 1978-79 30-27 137-279 49.1 1979-80 27-6 69-127 54.3 Totals 110-80 429-912 47.0 Total Points: 1,057

18. CARVER CLINTON

24. James Barnes

6-3, 195, Guard, Aberdeen, Md.

6-8, 230, Forward, Houston, Texas

6-7, 208, Forward, Lebanon, Pa.

6-4, 210, Guard/Forward, Brooklyn, N.Y.

6-4, 192, Forward, Selma, Ala.

Year G FG-FGA PCT 1963-64 23 125-309 40.5 1964-65 24 175-419 41.7 1965-66 24 185-420 44.0 Totals 71 485-1148 42.2 Total Points: 1,165

PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG .000 27-55 .491 72 15 95 3.0 .000 56-96 .583 143 19 206 7.6 .000 56-122 .459 188 37 228 6.7 .333 164-223 .735 269 58 529 16.0 .143 303-496 .611 672 129 1058 8.4

FT-FTA 48-77 64-91 49-75 38-58 199-301

PCT REB ASST 62.3 173 35 70.3 172 56 65.3 122 25 65.5 101 33 66.1 568 149

PTS AVG 226 8.7 332 12.3 323 10.8 176 6.5 1057 9.6

6-7, 250, Forward, Capital Heights, Md. FT-FTA 51-78 61-95 83-126 195-299

PCT REB 65.4 222 64.2 274 65.9 238 65.2 734

PTS AVG 301 13.1 411 17.1 453 18.9 1165 16.4

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA 1987-88 13-0 14-39 35.9 0-0 1988-89 32-6 68-126 54.0 0-0 1989-90 32-31 137-243 56.4 0-7 1990-91 32-32 138-259 53.3 1-8 Total 109-69 357-667 53.5 1-10 Total Points: 1,025

PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG .000 22-31 71.0 32 8 50 3.9 .000 63-87 72.4 130 21 200 6.3 .000 93-132 70.5 215 55 367 11.5 .125 131-161 81.4 239 41 408 12.8 .100 309-411 75.2 616 125 1025 9.4

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 163


1,000-POINT SCORERS

700 CAREER REBOUNDS

25. TONY WARD

6-2, 180, Guard, South Norwalk, Conn. Year G-S FG-FGA PCT 3PT-3PTA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1984-85 27-18 78-204 38.2 56-85 65.9 86 106 225 8.3 1985-86 13-13 53-111 47.4 26-47 55.3 40 52 132 10.2 1986-87 26-26 109-225 48.4 45-91 .495 76-102 74.5 109 82 339 13.0 1987-88 27-24 105-239 43.9 42-112 .375 72-86 83.7 91 91 324 12.0 Total 93-81 345-779 44.3 87-203 .429 230-320 71.9 326 331 1020 11.0 Total Points: 1,020

JESSE ARNELLE 1,238

MIKE LANG 912

GENE HARRIS 762

JAMELLE CORNLEY 755

JOHN AMAECHI 745

CARVER CLINTON 734

CARVIN JEFFERSON 713

JARRETT STEPHENS 703

GEARY CLAXTON 755

26. MIKE EDELMAN 6-2, 185, Guard, Havertown, Pa.

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 1978-79 30 147-291 50.5 49-73 1979-80 28 91-230 39.6 52-66 1980-81 27 86-187 46.0 28-33 1981-82 27 105-244 43.0 32-41 112 429-952 45.1 161-213 Total Total Points: 1,019

PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 67.1 61 37 343 11.4 80.0 44 52 234 8.4 84.8 32 67 200 7.4 78.0 44 69 242 9.0 75.6 181 225 1019 9.1

400 CAREER ASSISTS

27. GENE HARRIS 6-3, Center, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 1959-60 22 93-231 40.3 32-77 1960-61 24 152-312 48.7 65-114 1961-62 23 175-400 43.7 81-137 Total 69 420-943 44.5 178-328 Total Points: 1,018

PCT REB PTS AVG 41.6 220 218 9.9 57.0 244 369 15.4 59.1 298 431 18.7 54.3 762 1018 14.8

FREDDIE BARNES 600

DAN EARL 574

MONROE BROWN 450

TIM FRAZIER 444

TALOR BATTLE 517

J0E CRISPIN 485

28. MIKE LANG

6-9, 245, Center, Lombard, Ill. Year G-S FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1979-80 28 73-156 46.8 56-96 58.3 182 51 202 7.2 1980-81 27 68-127 53.5 38-52 73.1 214 76 174 6.4 1981-82 27 96-185 51.9 80-110 72.7 237 69 272 10.1 1982-83 28 144-264 54.5 78-136 57.4 279 71 366 13.1 Total 110 381-732 52.0 252-394 64.0 912 267 1014 9.2 Total Points: 1,014

TITUS IVORY 443

BEN LUBER 418

100 CAREER BLOCKS

29. JEFF MILLER 6-2, 191, Guard, York, Pa.

Year G-S FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB ASST PTS AVG 1974-75 20 14-52 26.9 2-4 50.0 19 25 30 1.5 1975-76 25 56-127 44.1 16-21 76.2 45 52 128 5.1 1976-77 26 145-340 42.6 55-68 80.9 86 81 345 13.3 1977-78 27 216-471 45.9 73-82 89.0 76 65 505 18.7 Total 98 431-990 43.5 146-175 83.4 226 223 1008 10.3 Total Points: 1,008

CALVIN BOOTH 428

JOHN AMAECHI 191

JAN JAGLA 110

200 CAREER STEALS

RON BROWN 252 164 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

MONROE BROWN 239

TITUS IVORY 218

GYASI CLINE-HEARD 107

TOM WILKINSON 485


FGM

CAREER MADE

FGA PCT

1. 738______ –______–___________ Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55 2. 722___ 1,791___ 40.3____________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 3. 661___ 1,374___ 48.1___________DeRon Hayes, 1990-93 4. 644___ 1,260___ 51.1_________ Jamelle Cornley, 2005-09 5. 615___ 1,611___ 38.2___________Joe Crispin, 1998-2001 6. 545___ 1,230___ 44.1__________ Geary Claxton, 2005-08 7. 539_____924___ 58.3_________Jarrett Stephens, 1996-00 8. 532___ 1,201___ 44.3___________ Tom Hovasse, 1986-89 9. 525___ 1,246___ 42.1____________ Pete Lisicky, 1994-98 10. 521___ 1,133___ 46.0_____________Ron Brown, 1972-74 11. 500_____986___ 50.7___________ Calvin Booth, 1995-99

FGM

SEASON MADE

FGA PCT

1. 260_____459___ 56.6___________ Jarrett Stephens, 2000 2. 244______—_____ —_____________ Jesse Arnelle, 1955 3. 225_____532___ 42.3_______________ Talor Battle, 2011 4. 221_____427___ 51.8____________Jamelle Cornley, 2009 5. 216_____471___ 45.9________________ Jeff Miller, 1978 6. 208_____497___ 41.9_______________ Tim Frazier, 2012 7. 203_____399___ 50.9_______________ Ron Brown, 1974 8. 200_____393___ 50.9_____________ DeRon Hayes, 1991 9. 198_____493___ 40.2_______________ Talor Battle, 2009 10. 195_____523___ 37.3_______________ Joe Crispin, 2001

FGM

CAREER ATTEMPTS FGM PCT

1. 1,791_____722___ 2. 1,611_____615___ 3. 1,374_____661___ 4. 1,260_____644___ 5. 1,246_____525___ 6. 1,230_____545___ 7. 1,201_____532___ 8. 1,175_____431___ 9. 1,148_____485___ 10. 1,133_____521___

40.3____________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 38.2___________Joe Crispin, 1998-2001 48.1___________DeRon Hayes, 1990-93 51.1_______ Jamelle Cornley, 2005-2009 42.1____________ Pete Lisicky, 1994-98 44.1________ Geary Claxton, 2005-2008 44.3___________ Tom Hovasse, 1986-89 36.7___________ Mark DuMars, 1959-61 42.2__________ Carver Clinton, 1964-66 46.0_____________Ron Brown, 1972-74

SEASON ATTEMPTS FGM PCT

1. 532_____225___ 2. 523_____195___ 3. 499_____192___ 4. 497_____208___ 5. 493_____198___ 6 478_____181___ 7. 471_____216___ 8. 459_____193___ 459_____260___ 10. 427_____221___

42.3_______________ Talor Battle, 2011 37.3_______________ Joe Crispin, 2001 38.5_______________ Joe Crispin, 2000 41.9_______________ Tim Frazier, 2012 40.2_______________ Talor Battle, 2009 37.9_____________ Mark DuMars, 1960 45.9________________ Jeff Miller, 1978 42.0_______________ Talor Battle, 2010 56.6___________ Jarrett Stephens, 2000 51.8____________Jamelle Cornley, 2009

GAME ATTEMPTS

FGA

s Jesse Arnelle holds the marks for field goals made in a career and season.

1. 37___________________ Gene Harris, Holy Cross, 1962 2. 31____________________ Jesse Arnelle, Bucknell, 1955 31_________________________Bob Weiss, Duke, 1965 31________________________ Ron Brown, Army, 1972 3. 29___________________ Ron Brown, Georgetown, 1972 4. 28_____________________ Jesse Arnelle, Temple, 1955 7. 26_____________________ Joe Crispin, Villanova, 2000 26 ____________________ Joe Crispin, Kentucky, 2001 26 _____________ Brandon Watkins, Northwestern, 2003 26___________________Talor Battle, Virginia Tech, 2009

GAME MADE

1. 20____________________ Jesse Arnelle, Bucknell, 1955 2. 18__________________ Frank Wolf, Susquehanna, 1919 3. 17_____________________Jesse Arnelle, Rutgers, 1955 17___________________ Gene Harris, Holy Cross, 1962 17_________________________Bob Weiss, Duke, 1965 6. 16_______________________Ron Brown, Virginia, 1974 7. 15__________________Jarrett Stephens, Michigan, 2000 15_________________ Jesse Arnelle, Georgetown, 1952 15___________________Dave Angstadt, Syracuse, 1976 15______________________ Steve Kuhn, Colgate, 1979

FGA

FGA

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE CAREER PERCENTAGE

PCT

(Minimum 200 attempts) FGM FGA

1. 58.3_____539____ 924_________Jarrett Stephens, 1996-00 2. 54.6_____301____ 551__________ Andrew Jones, 2008-11 3. 53.9_____489____ 907______________ Ed Fogell, 1986-90 4. 53.8_____336____ 625________ Frank Brickowski, 1978-81 5. 53.5_____357____ 667__________ James Barnes, 1987-91 6. 53.4_____189____ 354_____________Wes Jones, 1986-88 7. 53.2_____264____ 496____________ Matt Gaudio, 1992-96 8. 52.9_____126____ 238___________ Wally Choice, 1981-84 9. 52.7_____231____ 438_________ Carl Chrabascz, 1985-87 10. 52.5_____355____ 676_________Carvin Jefferson, 1976-79

FIELD GOALS

FIELD GOAL RECORDS

s Gene Harris took a record 37 field goal attempts while scoring a Penn State game record 46 points vs. Holy Cross in 1962.

SEASON PERCENTAGE

PCT

(Minimum 100 attempts) FGM FGA

1. 64.0_____165____ 258___________ Jarrett Stephens, 1998 2. 62.6____  67____ 107_________________Eric Carr, 1992 3. 60.8_____191____ 314________________ Ed Fogell, 1990 4. 60.3_____ 70____ 116___________ Brandon Hassell, 2007 5. 60.1_____131____ 218___________ Frank Brickowski, 1981 6. 58.0_____119____ 205___________ Carvin Jefferson, 1978 7. 57.9_____162____ 280______________ Bruce Blake, 1989 57.9_____ 88____ 152_____________Andrew Jones, 2009 8. 57.8_____ 78____ 135___________ Jarrett Stephens, 1997 9. 56.8_____ 75____ 132__________Gyasi Cline-Heard, 1999 10. 56.7____  85____ 150______________Wally Choice, 1984

s Jarrett Stephens owns the season and career field goal percentage records at Penn State.

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THREE-POINTERS

THREE-POINT RECORDS FGM FGA

s Pete Lisicky’s 332 career threes stood as the Big Ten record for 13 years.

CAREER MADE PCT

1. 332___829____ 40.0______________ Pete Lisicky, 1994-98 2. 317___930____ 34.1______________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 3. 308___885____ 34.8_____________Joe Crispin, 1998-2001 4. 221___579____ 38.2___________Danny Morrissey, 2005-09 5. 206___574____ 35.9_____________ Titus Ivory, 1997-2001 6. 195___489____ 39.9__________ Sharif Chambliss, 2001-03 7. 194___491____ 39.5________________ Dan Earl, 1993-99 8. 173___499____ 34.7______________ Mike Walker, 2005-08 9. 172___416____ 41.3____________ *Tom Hovasse, 1986-89 10. 161___466____ 34.5____________Freddie Barnes, 1989-92 11. 110___199____ 36.8_______________Jon Crispin, 2000-01 12. 108___247____ 43.7____________Stanley Pringle, 2007-09 13. 100___247____ 40.5____________ #Tony Ward, 1985-1988 (* no three-point line in freshman year, ‘85-’86) (# no three-point line through sophomore year, ‘85-’86)

FGM FGA

SEASON MADE PCT

1. 108___303____ 35.6_________________ Joe Crispin, 2001 2. 106___287____ 36.9_________________ Talor Battle, 2011 3. 99___235____ 42.1____________ Sharif Chambliss, 2002 4. 92___271____ 33.9_________________ Talor Battle, 2009 5. 89___232____ 38.4____________ Sharif Chambliss, 2003 6. 89___233____ 38.2_________________Pete Lisicky, 1997 7. 89___189____ 47.1_________________Pete Lisicky, 1996 8. 86___234____ 36.8_________________Pete Lisicky, 1998 9. 84___243____ 38.5_________________ Joe Crispin, 2000 10. 79___200____ 39.5__________________Titus Ivory, 2001

GAME MADE

FGM

1. 9________________Pete Lisicky, vs. Pennsylvania, 1996 2. 7___________________________________ 14 times __________________last, Billy Oliver vs. Purdue, 2012 s Talor Battle hit his last career shot, a three, in the 2011 NCAA Tournament.

CAREER ATTEMPTS

FGA_ FGM PCT_

PCT

1. 930___317____ 34.1______________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 2. 885___308____ 34.8_____________Joe Crispin, 1998-2001 3. 829___332____ 40.0______________ Pete Lisicky, 1994-98 4. 579___221____ 38.2__________ Danny Morrissey, 2005-09 5. 574___206____ 35.9_____________ Titus Ivory, 1997-2001 6. 499___173____ 34.7______________ Mike Walker, 2005-08 7. 491___194____ 39.5________________ Dan Earl, 1993-99 8. 489___195____ 39.9__________ Sharif Chambliss, 2001-03 9. 466___161____ 34.5____________Freddie Barnes, 1989-92 10. 416___172____ 41.3____________ *Tom Hovasse, 1986-89 (* no three-point line freshman year, ‘85-’86)

SEASON ATTEMPTS

FGA FGM

PCT

1. 308___108____ 35.6_________________ Joe Crispin, 2001 2. 287___106____ 36.9_________________ Talor Battle, 2011 3. 271___ 92____ 33.9_________________ Talor Battle, 2009 4. 243___ 84____ 34.6_________________ Joe Crispin, 2000 5. 235___ 99____ 42.1____________ Sharif Chambliss, 2002 6. 234___ 86____ 36.8_________________Pete Lisicky, 1998 7. 233___ 89____ 38.2_________________Pete Lisicky, 1997 8. 232___ 89____ 38.4____________ Sharif Chambliss, 2003 9. 203___ 71____ 35.0_________________ Talor Battle, 2010 10. 200___ 79____ 39.5__________________Titus Ivory, 2001

FGA

GAME ATTEMPTS

1. 15_____________________ Joe Crispin, Kentucky, 2001 2. 14__________________ Talor Battle, vs. Minnesota, 2011 14___________________ Sharif Chambliss, Illinois, 2003 14____________________ Joe Crispin, Ohio State, 1999 14__________________ Joe Crispin, Northwestern, 1999 14_________________ Pete Lisicky, Michigan State, 1997 14_____________________ Pete Lisicky, Michigan, 1997 8. 13___________________________________ 12 times ________________last Talor Battle, at Wisconsin, 2011

3-PT PERCENTAGE CAREER PERCENTAGE

(Minimum 100 attempts) PCT FGM FGA

1. 43.7___ 108___ 2. 41.6____42___ 3. 41.5____54___ 4. 41.3___ 246___ 5. 41.3___ 172___ 6. 40.5___ 100___ 7. 40.0____45___ 8. 39.9___ 195___ 9. 39.5___ 194___ 10. 38.2___ 221___

247____________Stanley Pringle, 2007-09 101____________ Dwight Gibson, 1982-85 130_____________Tyler Smith, 1999-2002 595______________ Pete Lisicky, 1995-98 416_____________ Tom Hovasse, 1986-89 247_______________ Tony Ward, 1985-88 115______________ DeForrest Riley, 2003 489__________ Sharif Chambliss, 2001-03 491________________ Dan Earl, 1994-99 579___________Danny Morrissey, 2005-09

SEASON PERCENTAGE

(Minimum 50 attempts) PCT FGM FGA

1. 49.5____45____ 91_________________ Tony Ward, 1987 2. 47.1____89___ 189_________________Pete Lisicky, 1996 3. 45.3____72___ 159______________ Stanley Pringle, 2009 4. 44.8____39____ 87__________________Ben Luber, 2006 5. 44.1____64___ 145_____________ Danny Morrissey, 2007 44.1____26____ 59______________ Dwight Gibson, 1983 7. 43.5____74___ 170_______________ Tom Hovasse, 1989 8. 42.1____99___ 235____________ Sharif Chambliss, 2002 9. 41.7____48___ 115___________________Dan Earl, 1996 10. 41.3____62___ 150_______________ Tom Hovasse, 1988

GAME PERCENTAGE (Minimum 5 attempts)

PCT

s Danny Morrissey ranks fourth alltime with 221 career threes.

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100.0 (5-5)________________ Pete Lisicky, Purdue, 1998 100.0 (5-5)________________ Tony Ward, Vermont, 1987 100.0 (5-5)______________Tony Ward, St. Joseph’s, 1987 90.0 (9-10)__________________ Pete Lisicky, Penn, 1996


CAREER MADE

FTM FTA

PCT

1. 662___ 992____ 66.7____________ Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55 2. 477___ 687____ 69.4___________ John Amaechi, 1993-95 3. 452___ 634____ 71.3_____________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 4. 448___ 506____ 88.5____________Joe Crispin, 1998-2001 5. 447___ 554____ 80.7___________Freddie Barnes, 1989-92 6. 378___ 581____ 65.1___________ Geary Claxton, 2005-08 7. 351___ 465____ 75.5_______________ Ed Fogell, 1986-90 8. 337___ 403____ 83.6____________ Titus Ivory, 1997-2001 9. 309___ 411____ 75.2___________ James Barnes, 1987-91 10. 303___ 496____ 61.1_______Gyasi Cline-Heard, 1998-2001

1. 34______________________ Frank Wolf, Pittsburgh, 1921 2. 28______________________ Jesse Arnelle, Temple, 1955 3. 24______________________ John Reed, Pittsburgh, 1923 4. 24_______________________Jesse Arnelle, Toledo, 1955 5. 23____________________ Jesse Arnelle, Pittsburgh, 1954 6. 22_____________________Jesse Arnelle, Syracuse, 1955 7. 21_____________________ Jesse Arnelle, Bucknell, 1954 8. 21_________________Jesse Arnelle, Carnegie Tech, 1955 9. 20_______________________ John Amaechi, Iowa, 1994

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE CAREER PERCENTAGE

SEASON MADE

FTM FTA

PCT

1. 243___ 346____ 70.2______________ Jesse Arnelle, 1955 2. 181___ 203____ 89.3________________ Joe Crispin, 2000 3. 176___ 260____ 67.7______________John Amaechi, 1995 4. 171___ 245____ 69.8______________John Amaechi, 1994 5. 164___ 223____ 73.5___________Gyasi Cline-Heard, 2001 6. 159___ 201____ 79.1________________ Tim Frazier, 2012 159___ 227____ 70.0______________ Jesse Arnelle, 1954 8. 147___ 210____ 70.0________________ Talor Battle, 2009 9. 144___ 165____ 87.3________________ Joe Crispin, 2001 10. 143___ 175____ 81.7_____________ Freddie Barnes, 1992

GAME MADE

FTM

1. 22_____________________ Bill Mullan, Pittsburgh, 1920 20_____________________ Frank Wolf, Pittsburgh, 1921 20 ______________________ John Reed, Bethany, 1923 4. 18______________________Jesse Arnelle, Toledo, 1955 18____________________Jesse Arnelle, Syracuse, 1955 18_____________________ Jesse Arnelle, Temple, 1955 7. 15___________________ Jesse Arnelle, Pittsburgh, 1954 15______________________ Bob Donato, Temple, 1964 15______________________ Tom Daley, Syracuse, 1970 15________________________ Joe Crispin, Siena, 2000

CAREER ATTEMPTS

FTA FTM

PCT

1. 992___ 662____ 66.7____________ Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55 2. 687___ 477____ 69.4___________ John Amaechi, 1993-95 3. 634___ 452____ 71.3_____________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 4. 581___ 378____ 65.1___________ Geary Claxton, 2005-08 5. 554___ 447____ 80.7___________Freddie Barnes, 1989-92 6. 506___ 448____ 88.5____________Joe Crispin, 1998-2001 7. 496___ 303____ 61.1_______Gyasi Cline-Heard, 1998-2001 8. 465___ 351____ 75.5_______________ Ed Fogell, 1986-90 9. 460___ 269____ 58.5__________ Jamelle Cornley, 2005-09 10. 424___ 290____ 68.4____________ Bob Edwards, 1959-61

SEASON ATTEMPTS

FTA FTM 1. 346___ 2. 260___ 3. 245___ 4. 227___ 5. 223___ 6. 217___ 7. 210___ 8. 203___ 9. 202___ 10. 201___

GAME ATTEMPTS

FTA

PCT

(Minimum 100 attempts) FTM FTA

1. 88.7____ 2. 88.5____ 3. 86.8____ 4. 86.6____ 5. 83.6____ 6. 83.4____ 7. 82.3____ 8. 81.8____ 9. 80.7____ 10. 80.2____

126___ 448___ 223___ 194___ 337___ 146___ 172___ 126___ 447___  81___

s Craig Collins set a season free throw record hitting 95.9 percent in 1984-85.

142_________ Sharif Chambliss, 2001-03 506____________Joe Crispin, 1998-2001 257_____________ Pete Lisicky, 1994-98 224____________ Craig Collins, 1982-85 403____________ Titus Ivory, 1997-2001 175_______________Jeff Miller, 1975-78 209__________ Glenn Sekunda, 1995-96 154______________ Jim Forjan, 1981-84 554___________Freddie Barnes, 1989-92 101______________ Scott Wolz, 1979-81

SEASON PERCENTAGE PCT FTM

(Minimum 50 attempts) FTA

1. 95.9____ 94____  98_______________ Craig Collins, 1985 2. 90.5_____57_____ 63________________ Joe Crispin, 1999 3. 90.1_____64_____ 71___________ Sharif Chambliss, 2003 4. 89.9____125____ 139_________________Titus Ivory, 2001 5. 89.2____181____ 203________________ Joe Crispin, 2000 6. 89.1_____57_____ 64___________ Sharif Chambliss, 2002 7. 89.1____106____ 119________________Pete Lisicky, 1998 8. 89.0____ 73____  82_________________ Jeff Miller, 1978 9. 88.5____ 54____ 61________________Pete Lisicky, 1997 10. 88.0_____66_____ 75________________ Joe Crispin, 1998 11. 87.3____144____ 165________________ Joe Crispin, 2001

s Talor Battle’s 452 career free throws rank third all-time.

FREE THROWS

FREE THROW RECORDS

GAME PERCENTAGE

(Minimum 10 attempts) PTC FTM FTA

1. 1.000___ 14____ 1.000___ 13____ 1.000___ 13____ 1.000___ 11____ 1.000___ 11____

14_______ Joe Crispin, Minnesota, 1998 13____________Joe Crispin, Iowa, 2001 13_______ Ron Rainey, W. Virginia, 1956 11_________ Titus Ivory, Michigan, 2001 11_______ Glenn Sekunda, CCSU, 1994

PCT

243_____ 70.2______________ Jesse Arnelle, 1955 176_____ 67.7______________John Amaechi, 1995 171_____ 69.8______________John Amaechi, 1994 159_____ 70.0______________ Jesse Arnelle, 1954 164_____ 73.5___________Gyasi Cline-Heard, 2001 124_____ 57.1______________ Jesse Arnelle, 1952 147_____ 70.0________________ Talor Battle, 2009 181_____ 89.2________________ Joe Crispin, 2000 136_____ 67.3______________ Jesse Arnelle, 1953 159_____ 79.1________________ Tim Frazier, 2012

s Joe Crispin shot 90.5 percent from the foul line in 1999.

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REBOUNDS

REBOUND RECORDS REB RPG

s Mike Lang stands second all-time with 912 rebounds.

CAREER

1. 1,238 12.3____________________ Jesse Arnelle, 1952-55 2. 912  8.3______________________ Mike Lang, 1980-83 3. 762 11.0_____________________ Gene Harris, 1960-62 4. 755 7.4___________________ Geary Claxton, 2005-08 755 6.2__________________ Jamelle Cornley, 2006-09 6. 745 8.9___________________ John Amaechi, 1993-95 7. 734 10.3___________________ Carver Clinton, 1964-66 8. 728 6.4____________________ Calvin Booth, 1995-99 9. 713  6.8__________________Carvin Jefferson, 1976-79 10. 703 5.9________________ Jarrett Stephens, 1996-2000 11. 692  9.9___________________ Randy Meister, 1973-75 12. 681 5.1___________________ Andrew Jones, 2008-11 13. 642 5.3_______________Gyasi Cline-Heard, 1998-2001 14. 625 4.7_____________________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 15. 619 6.3____________________ Tom Hovasse, 1986-89 16. 617 10.0____________________ Bill Stansfield, 1967-69 17. 616 5.7___________________ James Barnes, 1987-91

REB RPG

SEASON

1. 428 15.3______________________ Jesse Arnelle, 1955 2. 368 10.5____________________ Jarrett Stephens, 2000 3. 316 9.9______________________John Amaechi, 1995 4. 298 13.0_______________________ Gene Harris, 1962 5. 297 9.9_____________________ Aaron Johnson, 2005 6. 289 13.1______________________ Bill Stansfield, 1969 7. 288 11.1_______________________ Jon Marshall, 1974 8. 285 11.9______________________ Jesse Arnelle, 1954 9. 279 10.0_________________________Mike Lang, 1983 10. 274 11.4______________________Carver Clinton, 1965

REB

s Carver Clinton ranks fifth all-time with 734 career rebounds.

s Matt Gaudio led Penn State in rebounding in 1995-96.

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1. 27 2. 25 3. 25 4. 24 5. 24 6. 23 7. 23 8. 23 9. 21 10. 20

GAME ________________ Jesse Arnelle, Temple, 1955 _______________ Jesse Arnelle, Bucknell, 1955 _______________Jon Marshall, Cincinnati, 1974 __________ Aaron Johnson vs. W. Carolina, 2005 _____________ Jesse Arnelle, Gettysburg, 1953 ________________Tom Hancock, Colgate, 1958 ______________ Gene Harris, Holy Cross, 1962 _______________Jon Marshall, Pittsburgh, 1973 ________Aaron Johnson, Western Carolina, 2005 __________ Aaron Johnson, Sacred Heart, 2005

YEAR-BY-YEAR REBOUNDING LEADERS

Year Name

REB

RPG

1952 Jesse Arnelle, F__________________254________9.8 1953 Jesse Arnelle, F__________________271_______11.3 1954 Jesse Arnelle, F__________________285______ 11.9 1955 Jesse Arnelle, F__________________428______ 15.3 1956 unavailable 1957 unavailable 1958 unavailable 1959 Tom Hancock, F__________________205______ 10.2 1960 Gene Harris, C___________________220______ 10.0 1961 Gene Harris, C___________________244______ 10.2 1962 Gene Harris, C___________________298______ 13.0 1963 Earl Hoffman, F__________________157_______ 7.8 1964 Carver Clinton, F__________________222_______ 9.6 1965 Carver Clinton, F__________________274______ 11.4 1966 Carver Clinton, F__________________238_______ 9.9 1967 Paul Mickey, F____________________268______ 11.2 1968 Jeff Persson, G___________________165_______ 8.2 1969 Bill Stansfield, F__________________289______ 13.1 1970 Bob Fittin, F_____________________190_______ 7.9 1971 Paul Neumayer, C_________________244______ 11.1 1972 Ron Brown, G____________________224_______ 9.3 1973 Jon Marshall, F___________________262______ 11.4 1974 Jon Marshall, F___________________288______ 11.1 1975 Randy Meister, F__________________244______ 10.6 1976 Chris Erichsen, F_________________204_______ 8.2 1977 Carvin Jefferson, F________________219_______ 8.4 1978 Carvin Jefferson, F________________233_______ 8.6 1979 Steve Kuhn, F____________________122_______ 4.1 1980 Frank Brickowski, F________________219_______ 7.8 1981 Mike Lang, F_____________________214_______ 7.9 1982 Mike Lang, F_____________________237_______ 8.8 1983 Mike Lang, F_____________________279______ 10.0 1984 David Griffin, F___________________131_______ 4.9 1985 Carl Chrabascz, F_________________140_______ 5.2 1986 Mike Peapos, F___________________151_______ 5.6 1987 Tom Hovasse, F__________________139_______ 5.2 1988 Tom Hovasse, F__________________182_______ 6.7 1989 Tom Hovasse, F__________________217_______ 7.5 1990 James Barnes, F__________________215_______ 6.7 1991 James Barnes, F__________________239_______ 7.5 1992 David Degitz, F___________________118_______ 5.1 1993 John Amaechi, F__________________206_______ 7.6 1994 John Amaechi, F__________________223_______ 8.9 1995 John Amaechi, F__________________316_______ 9.9 1996 Matt Gaudio, F___________________174_______ 6.4 1997 Phil Williams, F___________________162_______ 6.8 1998 Calvin Booth, F___________________208_______ 6.8 1999 Calving Booth, F__________________236_______ 8.7 2000 Jarrett Stephens, F________________368______ 10.5 2001 Gyasi Cline-Heard, F_______________269_______ 8.2 2002 Jan Jagla, F_____________________140_______ 5.8 2003 Aaron Johnson, F_________________150_______ 7.5 2004 Jan Jagla, F_____________________220_______ 7.9 2005 Aaron Johnson, F_________________297_______ 9.9 2006 Geary Claxton, F_________________225_______ 7.5 2007 Geary Claxton, F_________________207_______ 8.0 2008 Jamelle Cornley. F_________________149_______ 6.0 2009 Jamelle Cornley, F_________________234_______ 6.3 2010 Talor Battle, G____________________165_______ 5.3 2011 Jeff Brooks, F____________________209_______ 6.3 2012 Tim Frazier, G____________________150_______ 4.7


ASST APG

CAREER

1. 600 4.7___________________Freddie Barnes, 1989-92 2. 574 4.6_______________________ Dan Earl, 1993-99 3. 517 3.8_____________________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 4. 485 3.8____________________Joe Crispin, 1998-2001 5. 485 4.7___________________ Tom Wilkinson, 1977-80 6. 450 3.5___________________ Monroe Brown, 1989-92 7. 444 4.6__________________ Tim Frazier, 2010-present 8. 443 3.4____________________ Titus Ivory, 1997-2001 9. 418 3.9______________________ Ben Luber, 2004-07 10. 385 3.7___________________ Dwight Gibson, 1982-85 11. 350 4.8______________________Ron Brown, 1972-74 12. 331 3.6______________________ Tony Ward, 1985-88 13. 291 2.5_____________________ Pete Lisicky, 1994-98 14. 287 2.3_________________ Brandon Watkins, 2000-03 15. 267 4.2______________________ Mike Lang, 1980-83

ASST APG

SEASON

1. 198 6.2________________________ Tim Frazier, 2012 2. 189 5.0________________________ Talor Battle, 2009 3. 181 5.7__________________________Dan Earl, 1995 4. 178 5.1________________________ Joe Crispin, 2000 5. 177 6.1_____________________ Freddie Barnes, 1992 6. 173 5.2________________________ Tim Frazier, 2011 7. 165 6.1_____________________ Tom Wilkinson, 1978 8. 159 4.7_____________________ Freddie Barnes, 1990 9. 153 5.7_____________________ Tom Wilkinson, 1979 10. 152 4.8_____________________ Freddie Barnes, 1991 11. 150 4.7_____________________ Monroe Brown, 1991 150 5.4__________________________Dan Earl, 1996

SEASON AVERAGE

APG ASST

1. 6.2* 198_______________________ Tim Frazier, 2012 2. 6.1 177____________________ Freddie Barnes, 1992 6.1 165____________________ Tom Wilkinson, 1978 4. 5.7 181_________________________Dan Earl, 1995 5.7 153____________________ Tom Wilkinson, 1979 * Led the Big Ten Conference

GAME ASST

1. 15 _________________Tom Doaty, Syracuse, 1975 2. 14 _________________ Ron Brown, Bucknell, 1973 3. 13 ___________________ Dan Earl, at Iowa, 1995 4. 12 _____________ Tom Wilkinson, Rochester, 1978 12 _____________ Tom Wilkinson, Marquette, 1978 12 _______________ Dan Earl, Pennsylvania, 1996 12 ___________________ Dan Earl, at Iowa, 1996 8. 11 ______________________________ 14 times ____ last, Tim Frazier vs. Youngstown State, 2012

YEAR-BY-YEAR ASSIST LEADERS

Year Name ASST APG 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Mark DuMars_____________________ 21______ Mark DuMars_____________________ 31______ Mark DuMars_____________________ 28______ Gene Harris______________________ 33______ Bob Weiss_______________________ 37______ Bob Weiss_______________________ 53______ Bob Weiss_______________________ 91______ Carver Clinton____________________ 27______ Jeff Persson______________________ 83______ Tom Daley_______________________ 23______ Tom Daley_______________________ 31______ Tom Daley______________________ 101______ Bruce Mello______________________ 60______ Ron Brown______________________ 110______ Ron Brown______________________ 120______ Ron Brown______________________ 120______ Tom Doaty_______________________ 93______ Jim Ouderkirk_____________________ 67______ Jeff Miller________________________ 81______ Tom Wilkinson___________________ 165______ Tom Wilkinson___________________ 153______ Tom Wilkinson___________________ 110______ Rich Fetter_______________________ 93______ Dwight Gibson___________________ 113______ Dwight Gibson____________________ 98______ Jim Forjan______________________ 105______ Tony Ward______________________ 106______ Paul Murphy______________________ 90______ Tony Ward_______________________ 82______ Tony Ward_______________________ 91______ Freddie Barnes___________________ 112______ Freddie Barnes___________________ 159______ Freddie Barnes___________________ 152______ Freddie Barnes___________________ 177______ Michael Jennings__________________ 87______ Dan Earl________________________ 113______ Dan Earl________________________ 181______ Dan Earl________________________ 150______ Ryan Bailey_____________________ 113______ Pete Lisicky_____________________ 113______ Dan Earl________________________ 111______ Joe Crispin______________________ 178______ Titus Ivory______________________ 147______ Brandon Watkins__________________ 116______ Brandon Watkins__________________ 103______ Ben Luber______________________ 114______ Ben Luber_______________________ 89______ Ben Luber______________________ 129______ Ben Luber_______________________ 86______ Talor Battle_______________________ 99______ Talor Battle______________________ 189______ Talor Battle______________________ 129______ Tim Frazier______________________ 173______ Tim Frazier______________________ 198______

1.1 1.4 1.3 1.4 1.9 2.3 3.8 1.1 3.5 1.1 1.4 4.2 2.7 4.6 5.2 4.6 4.0 2.8 3.1 6.1 5.7 3.9 3.4 4.2 3.6 3.9 3.9 3.1 3.3 3.4 3.5 4.7 4.8 6.1 3.3 4.2 5.7 5.4 4.2 3.5 4.1 5.1 4.5 4.1 3.7 4.1 3.6 4.4 3.4 3.5 5.0 4.2 5.2 6.2

s Freddie Barnes owns the career record for assists with 600.

ASSISTS

ASSIST RECORDS

s Dan Earl’s 181 assists in 1995 stood as the season record for 14 years.

s Freddie Barnes (1989-92), Dan Earl (1994-96) and Ben Luber (2004-07) are the only players to lead Penn State in assists in four seasons.

s Tim Frazier set the Penn State season assist mark with 198 in 2012.

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BLOCKS

BLOCK RECORDS BLK BPG

CAREER

1. 428 3.8____________________ Calvin Booth, 1995-99 2. 191 2.3___________________ John Amaechi, 1993-95 3. 110 1.4_______________________Jan Jagla, 2002-04 4. 107 0.8_______________Gyasi Cline-Heard, 1998-2001 5. 99 0.9__________________Carvin Jefferson, 1976-79 6. 90 0.7_______________________ Ed Fogell, 1986-90 7. 80 0.6_____________________ Jeff Brooks, 2008-11 8. 74 0.7___________________ Geary Claxton, 2005-08 9. 68 0.7__________________ Frank Brickowki, 1978-81 10. 58 0.6____________________ Tom Hovasse, 1986-89

s Calvin Booth left Penn State as the Big Ten’s all-time blocked shot leader.

BLK BPG

SEASON

1. 140 4.4_______________________ Calvin Booth, 1998 2. 101 3.6_______________________ Calvin Booth, 1996 3. 95 3.5_______________________ Calvin Booth, 1999 4. 92 3.4_______________________ Calvin Booth, 1997 5. 68 2.1______________________John Amaechi, 1995 6. 65 2.4______________________John Amaechi, 1993 7. 58 2.3______________________John Amaechi, 1994 8. 51 1.5___________________Gyasi Cline-Heard, 2001 9. 46 1.4________________________Jeff Brooks, 2011 10. 45 1.6_________________________ Jan Jagla, 2003

BLK

GAME

1. 10 _________________Calvin Booth, Dayton, 1998 10 ___________ Calvin Booth, George Mason, 1998 3. 9 ___________________Calvin Booth, BYU, 1998 9 _________________ Calvin Booth, Lehigh, 1998 9 ________________Calvin Booth, Bucknell, 1996 6. 8 ____________ Calvin Booth, Morgan State, 1996 8 __________ Calvin Booth, UT-Chattanooga, 1996 8 ____________ Calvin Booth, Northwestern, 1998 8 ________________ Calvin Booth, Indiana, 1999 10. 7 _________________Calvin Booth, Bradley, 1999 s Geary Claxton led Penn State in blocked shots in four seasons.

s Ed Fogell stands sixth all-time with 90 career blocked shots.

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s John Amaechi ranks second all-time with 191 career blocks.

YEAR-BY-YEAR BLOCK LEADERS

Year Name 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

BLK

BPG

Carvin Jefferson________________ 22_________ Carvin Jefferson________________ 29_________ Carvin Jefferson________________ 34_________ Frank Brickowski________________ 14_________ Carvin Jefferson________________ 14_________ Frank Brickowski________________ 22_________ Frank Brickowski________________ 20_________ Mike Lang____________________ 20_________ Mike Lang_____________________ 8_________ Rich Fetter____________________ 13_________ Dick Mumma__________________ 11_________ Carl Chrabascz__________________ 8_________ Jim Newcomer_________________ 12_________ Ed Fogell_____________________ 10_________ Jim Newcomer_________________ 10_________ Tom Hovasse__________________ 14_________ Ed Fogell_____________________ 23_________ Ed Fogell_____________________ 43_________ C.J. Johnson___________________ 19_________ Monroe Brown_________________ 18_________ John Amaechi__________________ 65_________ John Amaechi__________________ 58_________ John Amaechi__________________ 68_________ Calvin Booth__________________ 101_________ Calvin Booth___________________ 92_________ Calvin Booth__________________ 140_________ Calvin Booth___________________ 95_________ Gyasi Cline-Heard_______________ 39_________ Gyasi Cline-Heard_______________ 51_________ Jan Jagla_____________________ 31_________ Jan Jagla_____________________ 45_________ Jan Jagla_____________________ 34_________ Geary Claxton_________________ 23_________ Geary Claxton_________________ 21_________ Geary Claxton_________________ 18_________ Geary Claxton_________________ 12_________ Andrew Jones__________________ 13_________ Jeff Brooks____________________ 14_________ Jeff Brooks____________________ 46_________ Jon Graham___________________ 19_________

0.9 1.1 1.3 0.6 0.5 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.3 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.7 1.3 0.6 0.6 2.4 2.3 2.1 3.6 3.4 4.4 3.5 1.1 1.5 1.3 1.6 1.2 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.3 0.4 1.4 0.7


CAREER STEALS

YEAR-BY-YEAR STEAL LEADERS

STL SPG

1. 252 3.5______________________Ron Brown, 1972-74 2. 239 1.9___________________ Monroe Brown, 1989-92 3. 218 1.7____________________ Titus Ivory, 1998-2001 4. 182 1.8___________________ Dwight Gibson, 1982-85 5. 176 2.6______________________ Tom Daley, 1968-70 6. 162 1.4_______________________ Dan Earl, 1994-99 7. 158 1.2___________________Freddie Barnes, 1989-92 8. 145 1.1_____________________ Talor Battle, 2008-11 9. 136 1.1________________ Jarrett Stephens, 1996-2000 10. 133 1.2______________________ Mike Lang, 1980-83

SEASON STEALS

STL SPG

1. 97 3.7________________________ Ron Brown, 1974 2. 93 3.9_________________________Tom Daley, 1970 3. 84 2.5_________________________Titus Ivory, 2001 4. 82 2.6_____________________ Monroe Brown, 1991 5. 80 3.5________________________ Ron Brown, 1973 6. 76 2.4________________________ Tim Frazier, 2012 7. 75 3.1________________________ Ron Brown, 1972 8. 73 2.9________________________Chuck Crist, 1972 9. 70 2.4_____________________ Monroe Brown, 1992 10. 62 1.8____________________ Jarrett Stephens, 2000 11. 53 1.9__________________________Dan Earl, 1996 12. 52 1.5_____________________ Monroe Brown, 1990

SEASON STEALS AVERAGE

SPG STL

1. 3.9 93_________________________Tom Daley, 1970 2. 3.7 97________________________ Ron Brown, 1974 3. 3.5 80________________________ Ron Brown, 1973 4. 3.1 75________________________ Ron Brown, 1972 5. 2.9 73________________________Chuck Crist, 1972 6. 2.6 82_____________________ Monroe Brown, 1991 7. 2.5 84_________________________Titus Ivory, 2001 8. 2.4 76________________________ Tim Frazier, 2012 2.4 70_____________________ Monroe Brown, 1992

STL

GAME STEALS

1. 8 ______________ Tom Doaty, West Virginia, 1970 8 ___________ Monroe Brown, Rhode Island, 1991 3. 7 ____________ Stanley Pringle, St. Francis, 2007 7 ___________________Dan Earl, Bucknell, 1999 7 _________________ Titus Ivory, Michigan, 2001 6. 6 _______________ Dwight Gibson, Temple, 1983 6 _______________ Dwight Gibson, Bradley, 1984 6 _______________Brian Allen, St. Josephs, 1988 6 ____________ Monroe Brown, Miami (Oh.), 1992 6 _______________Matt Gaudio, Minnesota, 1996 6 ____________ Travis Parker, Northwestern, 2006 6 ______________ Tim Frazier, at Nebraska, 2012

Year Name 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

STL

SPG

Tom Daley____________________ 93_________ 3.9 Ron Brown____________________ 75_________ 3.1 Ron Brown____________________ 80_________ 3.5 Ron Brown____________________ 97_________ 3.7 Chris Erichsen_________________ Jeff Miller_____________________ Jeff Miller_____________________ Steve Kuhn____________________ Tom Wilkinson_________________ Mike Lang____________________ Mike Lang____________________ Dwight Gibson_________________ Dwight Gibson_________________ Dwight Gibson_________________ Dwight Gibson_________________ Brian Allen____________________ Brian Allen____________________ Tom Hovasse__________________ Bruce Blake___________________ Monroe Brown_________________ Monroe Brown_________________ Monroe Brown_________________ Greg Bartram__________________ John Amaechi__________________ Greg Bartram__________________ Dan Earl______________________ Dan Earl______________________ Ryan Bailey___________________ Jarrett Stephens________________ Dan Earl______________________ Jarrett Stephens________________ Titus Ivory____________________ Sharif Chambliss_______________ Sharif Chambliss_______________ Ben Luber____________________ Travis Parker__________________ Geary Claxton_________________ Jamelle Cornley________________ Talor Battle____________________ Stanley Pringle_________________ Talor Battle____________________ Tim Frazier____________________ Tim Frazier____________________

40_________ 39_________ 42_________ 24_________ 24_________ 31_________ 36_________ 36_________ 39_________ 33_________ 41_________ 38_________ 27_________ 42_________ 37_________ 52_________ 82_________ 70_________ 35_________ 23_________ 23_________ 39_________ 53_________ 29_________ 48_________ 48_________ 62_________ 84_________ 34_________ 32_________ 40_________ 28_________ 42_________ 31_________ 40_________ 49_________ 34_________ 35_________ 76_________

1.6 1.5 1.6 0.8 0.9 1.1 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.3 1.6 1.4 1.0 1.6 1.2 1.5 2.6 2.4 1.3 0.9 0.9 1.2 1.9 1.1 1.5 1.8 1.8 2.5 1.2 1.1 1.4 0.9 1.4 1.0 1.3 1.3 1.1 1.0 2.4

s Ron Brown owns the season and career marks for steals at Penn State.

STEALS

STEAL RECORDS

s Monroe Brown ranks second alltime with 239 career steals.

s Stanley Pringle posted seven steals in his Penn State debut to equal the second-most in a game for a Nittany Lion.

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DOUBLE-DOUBLE RECORDS SINCE 1976-77 SEASON CAREER

SEASON

Double-Doubles 1. 38___________________ John Amaechi, 1993-95 2. 26___________________ Geary Claxton, 2005-08 3. 24________________Jarrett Stephens, 1996-2000 24______________________ Mike Lang, 1980-83 5. 19___________________Aaron Johnson, 2002-04 19____________________Tom Hovasse, 1986-89 7. 16__________________Carvin Jefferson, 1977-78 8. 15_______________________Jan Jagla, 2001-04 9. 12___________________ James Barnes, 1988-91 12__________________ Jamelle Cornley, 2006-09 Triple-Doubles 1. 1___________Calvin Booth @ Dayton (NIT), 1998 ____________ 19 points, 10 rebounds, 10 blocks

Double-Doubles 1. 20___________________ John Ameachi, 1994-95 2. 19________________Jarrett Stephens, 1999-2000 3. 14______________________ Mike Lang, 1983-83 4. 11___________________Aaron Johnson, 2004-05 11___________________ John Amaechi, 1993-94 6. 10________________ Gyasi Cline-Heard, 2000-01 7. 9___________________ Geary Claxton, 2007-08 9______________________ Mike Lang, 1981-82 9__________________Carvin Jefferson, 1976-77 10. 8___________________ Geary Claxton, 2006-07 8_______________________Jan Jagla, 2003-04 8____________________Tom Hovasse, 1988-89

s Jarrett Stephens recorded 24 career doubledoubles including 19 in 1999-2000.

John Amaechi (38) 1994-1995 (20)

Pts___Rebs Game 18____13 vs. Duquense, 11/30/94 16____12 vs. Maryland- E. Shore, 12/6/94 22____12 vs. Bucknell, 12/8/94 17____11 vs. Texas Tech, 12/28/94 14____10 vs. Richmond, 12/30/94 10____10 vs. Minnesota, 1/4/95 26____14 vs. Michigan, 1/8/95 15____11 @ Ohio State, 1/14/95 27____12 vs. Indiana, 1/18/95 14____10 vs. Northwestern, 1/21/95 16____12 vs. Purdue, 1/28/95 17____10 @ Michigan State, 2/2/95 16____10 vs. Iowa, 2/14/95 10____13 @ Purdue, 2/15/95 15____10 vs. Wisconsin, 2/18/95 30____11 @ Northwestern, 2/22/95 19____14 @ Michigan, 3/8/95 18____11 vs. Minnesota, 3/11/95 12____10 @ Nebraska, 3/21/95 12____12 @ Iowa, 3/23/95

1993-1994 (11)

19____10 vs. Vermont, 11/29/93 19____16 @ Akron, 12/8/93 23____13 @ Coll. of Charleston, 12/28/93 11____10 @ Indiana, 1/8/94 26____10 vs. Minnesota, 1/15/94 10____14 @ Iowa, 1/22/94 21____12 @ Northwestern, 1/29/94 15____14 vs. Ohio State, 2/19/94 26____11 vs. Iowa, 2/23/94 25____12 vs. Northwestern, 3/2/94 21____11 vs. Michigan State, 3/12/94

1992-1993 (7) 20____11 11____10 29____14 11____13 18____13 10____15 15____12

vs. Ohio State, 1/5/93 vs. Northwestern, 1/13/93 @ Illinois, 1/21/93 vs. Wisconsin, 1/30/93 vs. Michigan, 2/17/93 @ Wisconsin, 3/3/93 @ Purdue, 3/11/93

20____12 14____12 13____10 19____10

at Minnesota, 1/27/07 vs. Purdue, 2/3/07 vs. Wisconsin, 2/7/07 vs. Ohio State, 2/14/07

2005-2006 (7) 13____13 15____12 15____10 20____10 19____13 17____10 12____12

vs. Cornell, 11/19/05 @ Texas A&M, 12/3/05 @ Northwestern, 1/11/06 vs. Purdue, 1/18/06 @ Michigan State, 1/28/06 vs. Nwestern (B10), 3/9/06 vs. Ohio State (B10), 3/10/06

2004-2005 (2) 14____12 20____13

vs. Ohio State, 2/12/05 vs. Ohio St. (B10), 3/10/05

2007-2008 (9)

Pts___Rebs Game 23____10 vs. St. Francis, 11/12/07 20____10 vs. Canisius, 11/16/07 23____12 vs. Rider, 11/23/07 21____11 vs. Seton Hall, 12/8/07 21____10 vs. Princeton, 12/12/07 29____10 vs. Lehigh, 12/31/07 18____11 at Northwestern, 1/1/08 11____11 @ Illinois, 1/6/08 19____10 vs. Minnesota, 1/12/08

2006-2007 (8) 16____10 29____11 21____13 31____11

vs. Hartford, 12/6/06 @ Seton Hall, 12/9/06 vs. Long Island, 12/13/06 vs. VMI, 12/30/06

vs. Rhode Island, 2/12/83 vs. Boston University, 2/21/83 vs. West Virginia, 3/9/83

1981-1982 (9) 13____12 12____12 14____13 16____13 20____13 15____13 14____12 12____12 14____13

vs. UNC Charlotte, 12/5/81 vs. Nebraska, 12/21/81 vs. DePaul, 1/2/82 vs. Pittsburgh, 1/16/82 vs. West Virginia, 1/18/82 vs. Pennsylvania, 1/23/82 vs. Temple, 1/27/82 vs. Niagra, 2/18/82 vs. Cleveland State, 3/2/82

1980-1981 (1) 10____13

vs. Indiana State, 12/2/80

Jarrett Stephens (24)

Aaron Johnson (19)

Pts___Rebs Game 21____13 vs. Boston College, 11/27/99 19____12 @ Penn, 12/4/99 21____13 vs. George Mason, 12/8/99 15____17 @ Villanova, 12/11/99 21____17 vs. Bucknell, 12/19/99 14____12 @ Temple, 12/22/99 27____16 vs. Manhattan, 12/28/99 27____13 vs. Arizona State, 12/29/99 14____14 vs. Indiana, 1/8/00 10____12 vs. Iowa, 1/15/00 15____12 vs. Wisconsin, 1/19/00 24____13 vs. Minnesota, 1/26/00 22____12 @ Indiana, 2/2/00 12____12 vs. Illinois, 2/6/00 33____18 @ Michigan, 2/19/00 13____10 @ Purdue, 2/27/00 21____12 vs. Ohio State, 3/10/00 (BTT) 11____16 vs. Princeton, 3/15/00 (NIT) 24____10 vs. Kent, 3/20/00 (NIT)

Pts___Rebs Game 12____10 vs. Illinois State, 11/14/04 13____24 vs. W. Carolina, 11/15/04 25____12 vs. Lehigh, 11/19/04 18____20 vs. Sacred Heart, 11/27/04 10____12 @ Georgetown, 12/6/04 12____12 vs. Valparaiso, 12/28/04 16____12 vs. Texas A&M, 1/2/05 11____11 vs. Michigan, 1/15/05 17____11 vs. Wisconsin, 1/29/05 11____10 @ Indiana, 2/2/05 11____15 vs. Minnesota, 3/2/05

1999-2000 (19)

1997-1998 (3) 19____10 27____11 16____10

vs. Illinois, 1/31/98 @ Minnesota, 2/18/98 @ Dayton, 3/16/98 (NIT)

1996-1997 (1) 13____10

Geary Claxton (26)

11____12 16____10 13____13

1995-1996 (1) 14____11

@ Indiana, 2/11/97 vs. Vermont, 11/27/95

Mike Lang (24) 1982-1983 (14)

Pts___Rebs Game 12____10 vs. Ph. Textile, 12/7/82 17____12 vs. Alabama, 12/11/82 12____10 vs. St. Joseph’s, 12/14/82 18____17 vs. SMU, 12/18/82 21____13 vs. South Florida, 12/20/82 18____11 vs. Iowa State, 12/29/82 13____15 vs. St. Bonaventure, 1/8/83 15____11 vs. Duquense, 1/10/83 14____14 vs. West Virginia, 1/13/83 17____10 vs. Geo. Washington, 1/22/83 16____13 vs. Massachusetts, 2/2/83

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2004-2005 (11)

2003-2004 (5) 11____13 20____12 28____15 10____10 14____13

vs. Northwestern, 1/28/04 vs. Purdue, 2/4/04 vs. Indiana, 2/11/04 vs. Northwestern, 2/14/04 vs. Northwestern, 3/11/04

2002-2003 (3) 20____12 18____10 12____14

vs. Purdue, 1/18/03 vs. Minnesota, 1/29/03 at Minnesota, 2/22/03

Tom Hovasse (19) 1988-89 (8)

Pts___Rebs Game 18____14 vs. Vermont, 12/1/88 23____12 @ Temple, 12/26/88 22____10 vs. Massachusetts, 1/5/89 28____11 @ St. Joseph’s, 1/7/89 17____13 @ Duquense, 1/16/89 17____14 @ Rhode Island, 1/22/89 16____11 vs. Rhode Island, 1/28/89 25____10 vs. Rhode Island, 3/5/89 (A10)

1987-1988 (6)

20____12 14____10 13____12 10____10 15____10 18____11

vs. Oklahoma, 12/1/87 vs. SW Louisiana, 12/29/87 vs. Rutgers, 1/10/88 vs. Geo. Wash., 1/16/88 vs. Massachusetts, 2/13/88 vs. Rhode Island, 2/25/88

1986-1987 (3) 11____15

vs. St. Joseph’s, 1/31/87

29____13 26____12

vs. Temple, 2/9/87 @ Rutgers, 2/21/87

1985-1986 (2) 19____10 18____10

vs. Wagner, 12/21/85 @ Valparaiso, 12/28/85

23____11 18____10 16____11 20____13

vs. UNCG, 11/13/06 vs. St. Joseph’s, 11/25/06 @ Iowa, 1/24/07 vs. Iowa, 2/28/07

2005-2006 (1) 11____13

Carvin Jefferson (16)

@ Purdue, 2/18/06

1977-1978 (7)

James Barnes (12)

1976-1977 (9)

Pts___Rebs Game 10____13 @ Rhode Island, 1/10/91 22____10 @ West Virgina, 1/31/91 11____12 vs. St. Bonaventure, 2/6/91 11____10 vs. St. Joseph’s, 2/9/91 13____10 vs. Temple, 2/13/91 12____10 vs. Geo. Washington, 2/18/91 14____11 vs. Duquense, 3/3/91 (A10)

Pts___Rebs Game 10____13 vs. Delaware, 12/5/77 26____10 vs. Muhlenberg, 12/12/77 22____14 vs. West Virginia, 1/30/77 14____10 vs. Marquette 14____10 vs. Navy 13____15 vs. Pitt 15____15 vs. Villanova 12____20 20____12 16____10 21____10 17____10 12____11 16____16 11____11 16____11

vs. Muhlenberg, 12/7/76 @ Kent State, 12/19/76 vs. Memphis State, 12/17/76 @ Rutgers, 1/5/77 vs. G. Washington, 1/14/77 @ Gettysburg, 1/26/77 vs. Pittsburgh, 1/29/77 vs. Army, 2/3/77 vs. West Virginia, 2/6/77

Jan Jagla (15) 2003-2004 (8)

Pts___Rebs Game 23____11 vs. Georgetown, 11/23/03 23____15 vs. St. Francis, Pa., 11/26/03 25____11 vs. Cleveland State, 12/3/03 vs. Arkansas State, 12/28/03 18____17 28____10 vs. Minnesota, 1/7/04 12____11 vs. Northwestern, 1/28/04 11____11 @ Iowa, 1/31/04 16____10 vs. Northwestern, 2/14/04

2002-2003 (4)

16____11 15____12 12____10 11____10

@ Penn, 12/23/02 vs. Robert Morris, 1/2/03 vs. Buffalo, 1/4/03 @ Indiana, 1/8/03

vs. Purdue, 2/6/02 vs. Iowa, 2/13/02 vs. Northwestern, 2/16/02

Jamelle Cornley (12) 2008-2009 (4)

Pts___Rebs Game 14____12 vs. W & M,11/14/08 17____10 vs. Hartford, 11/20/08 17____11 vs. Michigan, 1/20/09 23____12 @ Florida, 3/24/09

2007-2008 (2) 22____11 18____12

2006-2007 (5) 17____12

1989-1990 (5) 16____12 12____10 17____10 13____11 19____11

vs. Brigham Young, 12/2/89 @ Duquense, 1/15/90 @ St. Bonaventure, 1/23/90 vs. Geo. Washington, 1/27/90 vs. Rhode Island, 2/8/90

Gyasi Cline-Heard (11) 2000-2001 (10)

Pts___Rebs Game 17____16 vs. Penn, 12/2/00 17____12 vs. Bucknell, 12/22/00 13____12 vs. Hofstra, 12/27/00 19____12 vs. Iowa, 1/6/01 15____10 @ Wisconsin, 1/27/01 19____10 vs. Illinois, 1/31/01 19____11 vs. Indiana, 2/3/01 15____10 vs. Northwestern, 2/21/01 16____10 vs. Michigan State, 2/24/01 16____10 vs. Providence (NCAA), 3/16/01

1998-1999 (1) 12____13

@ Ohio State, 11/20/98

Calvin Booth (11) 1998-1999 (8)

2001-2002 (3) 19____11 11____10 10____12

1990-91 (7)

@ Northwestern, 1/2/08 at Illinois, 1/6/08

vs. Morehead St., 11/10/06

Pts___Rebs Game 21____11 vs. VMI, 11/16/98 19____11 @ Ohio State, 11/20/98 15____12 vs. George Mason, 11/28/98 21____10 vs. Villanova, 12/5/98 23____12 vs. Indiana, 1/31/99 15____12 @ Purdue, 2/20/99 16____11 @ Michigan, 2/24/99 21____11 vs. Ohio State, 2/27/99

1997-1998 (3) 14____10 16____10 19____10

@ VMI, 12/14/97 @ Minnesota, 2/18/98 @ Dayton, 3/16/98 (NIT)


Travis Parker (5)

Tyler Smith (3)

Chris Babb (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 20____10 vs. Syracuse, 12/16/80 11____10 vs. Boston College, 12/29/80 19____11 vs. Northeastern, 1/24/81 20____12 vs. St. Bonaventure, 2/18/81

Pts___Rebs Game 18____11 vs. Long Island, 11/26/05 vs. Iowa, 1/14/06 19____10 21____12 vs. Rutgers (NIT), 3/14/06

Pts___Rebs Game 28____10 vs. Yale, 11/18/01 12____10 vs. Lafayette, 11/21/01

Pts___Rebs Game 15____10 @ Illinois, 1/13/10

1980-81 (4)

1979-1980 (6) 14____10 12____14 11____13 20____10 13____10 16____17

vs. Muhlenberg, 12/5/79 @ West Virginia, 1/16/80 vs. Johns Hopkins, 1/21/80 vs. Navy, 2/9/80 vs. Massachusetts, 2/20/80 @ Alabama, 3/5/80 (NIT)

1978-1979 (1) 10____15

vs. Ursinus, 1/4/79

2005-2006 (3)

2004-2005 (2) 12____11 14____11 17____10

1977-78 (2)

Pts___Rebs Game vs. Virginia Tech, 12/7/77 10____10 19____14 vs. Pitt

1976-1977 (7) 17____11 14____11 10____10 12____11 16____10 10____11 12____11

@ Massachusetts, 12/1/76 vs. Memphis State, 12/17/76 vs. South Florida, 12/18/76 @ West Virginia, 1/8/77 vs. Geo. Washington, 1/14/77 @ Delaware, 1/18/77 @ Gettysburg, 1/26/77

Pts___Rebs Game 16____11 vs. Rutgers, 2/15/90 19____11 vs. West Virginia, 2/22/90 23____13 vs. Duquense, 2/28/90

1988-1989 (4) 23____11 16____10 20____13 20____11

@ Patriot Center, 11/26/88 vs. Vermont, 12/1/88 vs. Florida State, 12/17/88 @ Duquense, 1/16/89

Tim Frazier (6) 2010-11 (1)

Pts___Asst Game 10____10 vs. Northwestern, 2/24/11

2011-12 (5)

Pts___Asst Game 20____10 vs. Radford, 11/14/11 26____10 vs. Long Island 11/16/11 26____11 vs. Youngstown State, 11/23/11 17____11” vs. Cornell, 12/21/11 23____10* vs. Nebraska, 2/11/12 * Rebounds

Talor Battle (6) 2009-2010 (2)

Pts___Rebs Game 27____10 vs. Penn, 11/13/09 14____11 @ Michigan, 2/20/10

2008-2009 (3) 11____10 26____12 26____10

vs. Lafayette, 12/21/08 vs. Northwestern, 12/31/08 @ Iowa, 3/7/09

2007-2008 (1) 28____13

vs. Michigan, 3/1/08

1995-1996

Pts___Rebs Game @ Michigan, 11/21/96 16____12 26____13 vs. Vanderbilt, 12/3/94 19____10 vs. C. Connecticut St., 12/10/94 13____10 vs. Texas Tech, 12/28/94 16____11 @ Wisconsin, 1/26/95

Dave Degitz (5) 1991-1992 (3)

Pts___Rebs Game 11____11 vs. Toledo, 1/27/92 10____11 vs. Temple, 2/9/92 17____10 vs. Lafayette, 2/20/92

1990-1991 (2) 18____13 17____11

vs. Marshall, 12/18/90 vs. Brown, 12/28/90

Chris Erichsen (4) 1976-1977 (4)

Pts___Rebs Game 14____19 vs. Memphis State, 12/17/76 26____10 vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 12/21/76 20____12 vs. West Virginia, 2/16/77 15____11 vs. Duquense, 3/2/77

Andrew Jones (4) 2009-2010 (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 10____10 vs. UMBC, 12/8/09

2008-2009 (2) 14____10 16____14

vs. Rhode Island, 3/19/09 vs. Notre Dame, 3/31/09

2007-2008 (1) 11____10

1983-1984 (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 20____10 vs. St. Joseph’s, 2/4/84

1982-1983 (5) 14____14 30____10 14____17 13____11 21____10

vs. Temple, 1/26/83 vs. Rhode Island, 2/12/83 vs. Duquense, 2/20/83 vs. Boston University, 2/21/83 vs. Rutgers, 3/5/83

vs. Ohio State, 1/29/08

Wes Jones (4) 1987-1988 (2)

Pts___Rebs Game 13____10 vs. SW Louisiana, 12/29/87 16____15 vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/7/88 (A10)

1985-1986 (2) 12____11 12____11

vs. Rhode Island, 2/3/86 @ Duquense

Dick Mumma (4) 1983-1984 (2)

Pts___Rebs Game 12____10 vs. Indiana, 11/30/83 15____13 @ Columbia, 12/29/83

1982-1983 (1) 19____13

David Griffin (6)

@ N. Carolina St., 11/29/00

2009-10 (1)

Bill Edwards (1) 2009-10 (1)

Matt Gaudio (3)

Pts___Rebs Game 10____13 @ Purdue, 1/31/10

1995-1996 (3)

Glenn Sekunda (5)

Ed Fogell (7) 1989-1990 (3)

2000-2001 (1) 12____10

vs. Valparaiso, 12/28/04 vs. Ohio State, 2/12/05 vs. IPFW, 12/28/05

1994-1995

Steve Kuhn (9)

2001-2002 (2)

1980-1981 (1) 15____11

vs. Navy, 2/5/83 vs. Loyola, 1/26/81

Jeff Brooks (3) 2010-11 (3)

Pts___Rebs Game 12____13 vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, 12/7/10 15____10 vs. Purdue, 1/5/11 17____12 vs. Michigan State, 1/8/11

Pts___Rebs Game 13____12 vs. Morgan State, 11/25/95 13____10 @ Tennessee, 12/2/95 19____10 vs. Arkansas, 3/14/96 (NCAA)

DeRon Hayes (3) 1990-1991 (3)

Pts___Rebs Game 17____10 vs. West Virginia, 1/10/91 10____10 vs. Duquense, 1/12/91 12____10 @ Geo. Washington, 2/3/91

Rich Fetter (3) 1982-1983 (3)

Pts___Rebs Game 18____10 vs. SMU, 12/18/82 17____13 vs. South Florida, 12/20/82 vs. West Virginia, 1/13/83 12____11

Walter Young (3) 1977-78 (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 17____13 vs. Delaware, 12/5/77

1976-1977 (2) 12____10 12____11

@ West Virginia, 1/8/77 @ Pittsburgh, 2/9/77

Milos Bogetic (2) 2005-2006 (2)

Pts___Rebs Game 12____13 vs. Nicholls State, 11/23/05 14____10 vs. UMKC, 12/7/05

David Jackson (1) 2007-2008 (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 13____10 vs. Indiana, 3/9/08

Ben Luber (1) 2004-2005 (1)

Pts___Assists Game 10____11 vs. Long Island, 12/29/04

Robert Summers (1) 2002-2003

Pts___Rebs Game 10____13 @ Michigan, 1/11/03

Titus Ivory (1) 2000-2001 (1)

Pts___Assists Game 21____10 vs. Temple, 12/9/00

Michael Jennings (1) 1992-1993 (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 22____10 vs. Indiana, 2/9/93

Mike Peapos (1) 1987-1988 (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 16____12 vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/7/88 (A10)

Ndu Egekeze (2)

Carl Chrabascz (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 15____15 vs. Arkansas State, 12/28/03 11____10 vs. Bucknell, 1/3/04

Pts___Rebs Game 23____11 vs. Rhode Island, 1/19/85

2003-2004 (2)

Joe Crispin (2) 1999-2000 (2)

Pts___Assts Game 26____10* vs. Arizona State, 12/19/99 20____11* vs. Illinois, 3/11/00 (BTT)

Monroe Brown (2) 1991-1992 (2)

Pts___Rebs Game 10____11 @ Illinois, 11/25/91 14____11 vs. Old Dominion, 2/24/92

1984-1985 (1)

Marshall Grier (1) 1983-1984 (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 12____14 @ Navy, 2/6/84

Wally Choice (1) 1983-1984 (1)

Pts___Rebs Game 12____11 @ Rhode Island, 1/21/84

DOUBLE-DOUBLES

Frank Brickowski (11)

Jeff Miller (1) 1977-1978 (1)

DeRon Hayes (2) 1991-1992 (2)

Pts___Rebs Game 19____10 vs. Duquense, 2/3/92 19____11 vs. American, 3/21/92

Pts___Rebs Game 18____10 vs. Syracuse

s Geary Claxton ranks second all-time in career double-doubles with 26.

Freddie Barnes (2) 1991-1992 (2)

Pts___Rebs Game 19____15 vs. Temple, 2/9/92 13____11 vs. Butler, 2/12/92

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 173


SEASON LEADERS SINCE 1951

s Gene Harris (top), Carver Clinton (second from top), Ron Brown (third from top),Talor Battle (second from bottom) and Tim Frazier (bottom) are the only players in Penn State history to lead the team in points, rebounds and assists in a season. In 2012, Frazier joined Brown (1972) and Battle (2010) as just the third Lion to lead the team in points, rebounds, assists and steals in a season.

YEAR

POINTS

1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

14.5 Lou Lamie (319) 18.9 Jesse Arnelle (492) 17.0 Jesse Arnelle (408) 21.1 Jesse Arnelle (507) 26.1 Jesse Arnelle (731) 14.1 Earl Fields (354) 15.1 Ron Rainey (377) 43.3 Bob Edwards (124-286) 15.4 Ron Rainey (292) — Not available 16.8 Mark DuMars (337) 39.6 Bob Edwards (82-207) 21.3 Mark DuMars (468) 41.4 Paul Sweetland (65-157) 15.4 Gene Harris (369) 48.7 Gene Harris (152-312) 18.7 Gene Harris (431) 43.7 Gene Harris (175-400) 21.7 Earl Hoffman (434) 47.6 Earl Hoffman (188-395) 17.0 Bob Weiss (392) 49.1 Jim Reed (138-281) 17.1 Carver Clinton (411) 47.5 Ray Saunders (95-200) 18.9 Carver Clinton (453) 51.5 Ray Saunders (102-198) 17.6 Jeff Persson (422) 45.5 Bill Stansfield (162-356) 17.0 Jeff Persson (339) 53.4 Galen Godbey (63-118) 14.2 Tom Daley (313) 43.7 Bill Young (83-190) 15.3 Tom Daley (366) 48.3 Bob Fittin (138-286) 16.7 Bill Kunze (367) 49.3 Chuck Crist (70-142) 18.1 Ron Brown (434) 52.5 Ed Chubb (93-177) 14.7 Randy Meister (309) 49.1 Randy Meister (138-281) 17.4 Ron Brown (451) 51.3 Randy Meister (141-275) 15.0 Randy Meister (345) 55.4 Randy Meister (143-258) 17.4 Chris Erichsen (436) 53.7 Dave Angstadt (73-136) 13.3 Jeff Miller (345) 50.0 Walter Young (90-180) 18.7 Jeff Miller (505) 58.0 Carvin Jefferson (119-205) 11.4 Mike Edelman (343) 55.3 Scott Wolz (73-137) 11.4 Frank Brickowski (320) 54.3 Steve Kuhn (69-127) 13.0 Frank Brickowski (311) 60.1 Frank Brickowski (131-218) 10.1 Mike Lang (272) 51.9 Mike Lang (96-185) 13.1 Mike Lang (366) 54.5 Mike Lang (144-264) 13.1 Wally Choice (223) 56.7 Wally Choice (85-150) 14.9 Craig Collins (401) 55.0 Carl Chrabascz (93-169) 10.2 Paul Murphy (293) 55.7 Carl Chrabascz (103-185) 13.0 Tom Hovasse (352) 52.4 Wes Jones (39-72) 14.4 Tom Hovasse (388) 52.4 Wes Jones (90-166) 17.8 Tom Hovasse (516) 57.9 Bruce Blake (162-280) 15.3 Ed Fogell (520) 60.8 Ed Fogell (191-314) 15.0 DeRon Hayes (479) 53.3 James Barnes (138-259) 14.6 Monroe Brown (422) 62.6 Eric Carr (67-107) 13.9 DeRon Hayes (376) 50.5 Eric Carr (49-97) 16.9 John Amaechi (423) 60.2 Phil Williams (56-93) 16.1 John Amaechi (514) 56.0 John Amaechi (168-300) 13.3 Pete Lisicky (359) 54.9 Calvin Booth (100-182) 16.3 Pete Lisicky (439) 57.8 Jarrett Stephens (78-135) 15.6 Pete Lisicky (498) 64.0 Jarrett Stephens (165-258) 15.3 Calvin Booth (414) 56.8 Gyasi Cline-Heard (75-132) 18.8 Jarrett Stephens (657) 56.6 Jarrett Stephens (260-459) 19.5 Joe Crispin (642) 51.4 Tyler Smith (91-177) 14.6 Sharif Chambliss (410) 48.1 Ndu Egekeze (25-52) 14.7 Sharif Chambliss (411) 50.6 Robert Summers (42-83) 13.4 Jan Jagla (376) 53.6 Ndu Egekeze (60-112) 12.7 Geary Claxton (380) 45.3 Travis Parker (117-258) 15.2 Geary Claxton (457) 51.3 Jamelle Cornley (134-261) 16.3 Geary Claxton (425) 60.3 Brandon Hassell (70-116) 10.2 Talor Battle (317) 51.6 Andrew Jones (47-91) 16.7 Talor Battle (635) 57.9 Andrew Jones (88-152) 18.5 Talor Battle (574) 54.4 Andrew Jones (81-149) 20.2 Talor Battle (687) 54.7 Jeff Brooks (174-318) 18.8 Tim Frazier (602) 56.6 Sasa Borovnjak (60-106)

174 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

FG PERCENTAGE

FT PERCENTAGE

REBOUNDS ASSISTS

75.7 Herm Sledzik (28-37) 66.3 Herm Sledzik (67-101) 76.8 Ed Haag (53-69) 70.4 Jack Sherry (95-135) 72.8 Earl Fields (67-92) 74.2 Bob Hoffman (69-93) 82.5 Bob Leisher (90-102) 72.6 Ted Kubista (45-62) 73.7 Bob Edwards (93-125) 77.0 Wally Colender (71-92) 76.7 Mark DuMars (102-133) 62.2 Earl Hoffman (23-37) 80.2 Bob Donato (73-91) 80.0 Bob Weiss (84-105) 76.9 Bob Weiss (90-117) 81.0 Jeff Persson (81-100) 85.7 Jeff Persson (102-119) 71.9 Jeff Persson (69-96) 66.2 Bruce Mello (51-77) 79.3 Willie Bryant (46-58) 77.8 Bill Kunze (63-81) 77.5 Chuck Crist (86-111) 78.7 Kevin Burke (37-47) 72.7 Jim Ouderkirk (24-33) 77.8 Kevin Burke (42-54) 84.8 Tom Doaty (28-33) 84.6 Bill Dankos (33-39) 89.0 Jeff Miller (73-82) 80.0 Tom Wilkinson (64-80) 80.0 Mike Edelman (52-66) 84.8 Mike Edelman (24-33) 78.0 Mike Edelman (32-41) 78.1 David Griffin (50-64) 86.4 Craig Collins (76-88) 95.9 Craig Collins (94-98) 82.1 Tom Hovasse (55-67) 85.4 Mike Iuzzolino (35-41) 83.7 Tony Ward (72-86) 80.0 Christian Appleman (28-35) 81.2 Ed Fogell (138-170) 82.6 Freddie Barnes (142-172) 81.7 Freddie Barnes (143-175) 78.5 DeRon Hayes (51-65) 78.2 Matt Gaudio (97-124) 85.0 Glenn Sekunda (91-107) 79.4 Glenn Sekunda (81-102) 88.5 Pete Lisicky (54-61) 89.1 Pete Lisicky (106-119) 90.5 Joe Crispin (57-63) 89.2 Joe Crispin (181-203) 89.9 Titus Ivory (125-139) 89.1 Sharif Chambliss (57-64) 90.1 Sharif Chambliss (64-71) 77.8 Jan Jagla (56-72) 89.6 Ben Luber (43-48) 74.4 Milos Bogetic (29-39) 88.0 Mike Walker (22-25) 73.9 David Jackson (65-88) 79.0 David Jackson (49-62) 81.6 Chris Babb (40-49) 85.7 David Jackson (60-70) 80.7 Cam Woodyard (46-57)

9.8 Jesse Arnelle (254) 11.3 Jesse Arnelle (271) 11.9 Jesse Arnelle (285) 15.3 Jesse Arnelle (428) — Not available — Not available — Not available 10.2 Tom Hancock (205) 10.0 Gene Harris (220) 10.2 Gene Harris (244) 13.0 Gene Harris (298) 7.8 Earl Hoffman (157) 9.6 Carver Clinton (222) 11.4 Carver Clinton (274) 9.9 Carver Clinton (238) 11.2 Paul Mickey (268) 8.2 Jeff Persson (165) 13.1 Bill Stansfield (289) 7.9 Bob Fittin (190) 11.1 Paul Neumayer (244) 9.3 Ron Brown (224) 11.4 Jon Marshall (262) 11.1 Jon Marshall (288) 10.6 Randy Meister (244) 8.2 Chris Erichsen (204) 8.4 Carvin Jefferson (219) 8.6 Carvin Jefferson (233) 4.1 Steve Kuhn (122) 7.8 Frank Brickowski (219) 7.9 Mike Lang (214) 8.8 Mike Lang (237) 10.0 Mike Lang (279) 4.9 David Griffin (131) 5.2 Carl Chrabascz (140) 5.6 Mike Peapos (151) 5.2 Tom Hovasse (139) 6.7 Tom Hovasse (182) 7.5 Tom Hovasse (217) 6.7 James Barnes (215) 7.5 James Barnes (239) 5.1 David Degitz (118) 7.6 John Amaechi (206) 8.9 John Amaechi (223) 9.9 John Amaechi (316) 6.4 Matt Gaudio (174) 6.8 Phil Williams (162) 6.5 Calvin Booth (208) 8.7 Calvin Booth (236) 10.5 Jarrett Stephens (368) 8.2 Gyasi Cline-Heard (269) 5.8 Jan Jagla (140) 7.5 Aaron Johnson (150) 7.9 Jan Jagla (220) 9.9 Aaron Johnson (297) 7.5 Geary Claxton (225) 8.0 Geary Claxton (207) 6.0 Jamelle Cornley (149) 6.3 Jamelle Cornley (234) 5.3 Talor Battle (165) 6.3 Jeff Brooks (209) 4.7 Tim Frazier (150)

21 Mark DuMars 31 Mark DuMars 28 Mark DuMars 33 Gene Harris 37 Bob Weiss 53 Bob Weiss 91 Bob Weiss 27 Carver Clinton 83 Jeff Persson 23 Tom Daley 31 Tom Daley 101 Tom Daley 60 Bruce Mello 110 Ron Brown 120 Ron Brown 120 Ron Brown 93 Tom Doaty 67 Jim Ouderkirk 81 Jeff Miller 165 Tom Wilkinson 153 Tom Wilkinson 110 Tom Wilkinson 93 Rich Fetter 113 Dwight Gibson 98 Dwight Gibson 105 Jim Forjan 106 Tony Ward 90 Paul Murphy 82 Tony Ward 91 Tony Ward 112 Freddie Barnes 159 Freddie Barnes 152 Freddie Barnes 177 Freddie Barnes 87 Michael Jennings 113 Dan Earl 181 Dan Earl 150 Dan Earl 113 Ryan Bailey 113 Pete Lisicky 111 Dan Earl 178 Joe Crispin 147 Titus Ivory 116 Brandon Watkins 103 Brandon Watkins 114 Ben Luber 89 Ben Luber 129 Ben Luber 86 Ben Luber 99 Talor Battle 189 Talor Battle 129 Talor Battle 173 Tim Frazier 198 Tim Frazier


YEARLY TEAM STATISTICS

Year

‘11-12 32 Opp. 32 10-11 34 Opp. 34 ‘09-10 31 Opp. 31 ‘08-09 38 Opp. 38 ‘07-08 31 Opp. 31 ‘06-07 30 Opp. 30 ‘05-06 30 Opp. 30 ‘04-05 30 Opp. 30 ‘03-04 28 Opp. 28 ‘02-03 28 Opp. 28 ‘01-02 28 Opp. 28 ‘00-’01 33 Opp. 33 ‘99-00 35 Opp. 35 ‘98-99 27 Opp. 27 ‘97-98 32 Opp. 32 ‘96-97 27 Opp. 27 ‘95-96 28 Opp. 28 ‘94-95 32 Opp. 32 ‘93-94 27 Opp. 27 ‘92-93 27 Opp. 27 29 ‘91-92 ‘90-91 32 ‘89-90 34 ‘88-89 32 ‘87-88 27 ‘86-87 27

GP

695 1770 .393 667 1538 .434 767 1748 .439 768 1747 .440 711 1633 .435 721 1655 .436 904 2040 .443 889 2067 .430 723 1731 .418 746 1664 .448 691 1568 .441 726 1596 .455 732 1666 .439 747 1662 .449 643 1576 .408 796 1756 .453 585 1469 .398 693 1583 .438 637 1589 .401 720 1512 .476 614 1559 .394 708 1459 .485 835 1962 .426 914 1959 .467 879 1994 .441 933 2066 .452 649 1453 .447 672 1566 .429 821 1735 .473 816 1868 .437 579 1384 .418 644 1500 .429 728 1555 .468 675 1634 .413 786 1761 .446 785 1936 .405 637 1452 .439 709 1597 .444 607 1449 .419 715 1520 .470 751 1618 .464 819 1791 .457 858 1832 .468 855 1771 .483 647 1470 .440 704 1530 .460

FG FGA PCT

3-FG FGA PCT

Year

GP

FG FGA PCT

3-FG FGA PCT

‘11-12 18 ‘10-11 18 ‘09-10 18 ‘08-09 18 ‘07-08 18 ‘06-07 16 ‘05-06 16 ‘04-05 16 ‘03-04 16 ‘02-03 16 ‘01-02 16 ‘00-’01 16 ‘99-00 16 ‘98-99 16 ‘97-98 16 ‘96-97 18 ‘95-96 18 ‘94-95 18 ‘93-94 18 ‘92-93 18

387 980 .395 406 884 .459 405 924 .438 390 940 .415 381 919 .415 370 866 .427 367 874 .420 314 817 .384 325 856 .380 361 939 .384 335 862 .389 391 942 .415 397 891 .446 389 864 .450 387 854 .453 380 905 .420 437 965 .453 428 988 .433 406 963 .422 403 980 .411

201 647 .311 257 673 .382 216 638 .339 235 644 .365 208 607 .343 230 634 .363 282 780 .362 257 786 .327 227 668 .340 235 659 .357 194 539 .360 246 693 .355 186 526 .354 278 786 .354 181 549 .330 236 634 .372 141 423 .333 202 624 .324 172 524 .328 157 427 .368 213 619 .344 137 398 .344 278 757 .367 162 496 .327 235 676 .348 165 561 .294 197 560 .352 137 407 .337 222 624 .356 155 457 .339 125 371 .337 140 372 .376 197 482 .409 141 411 .343 201 574 .350 165 530 .311 139 404 .344 153 423 .362 108 335 .322 145 370 .392 92 300 .307 94 279 .337 88 291 .302 141 364 .387 141 390 .362 118 290 .407

FT

FTA

BIG TEN GAMES

99 332 .298 116 340 .341 120 343 .350 129 377 .342 129 367 .351 117 312 .375 110 300 .367 95 288 .330 76 246 .309 95 285 .333 118 347 .340 132 370 .357 107 302 .354 114 319 .357 109 322 .339 78 232 .336 126 322 .391 109 331 .329 101 285 .354 73 233 .313

PCT

REB-AVG.(+/-)

PCT

REB-AVG.(+/-)

PTS AVG

567/31.5 (-0.2) 520/28.9 (+0.6) 582/32.3 (+1.5) 559/31.1 (-0.5) 548/30.4 (-0.9) 498/29.3 (-1.2) 496/31.0 (-2.1) 528/33.0 (+0.1) 535/33.4 (+1.6) 532-33.2 (-2.4) 445-27.8 (-8.5) 486/30.4 (-9.2) 505-31.6 (-4.8) 503-31.4 (-3.7) 469-29.3 (-5.9) 563-31.3 (-2.0) 636-35.3 (+1.1) 646-35.9 (-0.2) 651-36.2 (+0.4) 597-33.2 (-2.3)

1087 1138 1120 1093 1100 1047 1021 931 893 1008 974 1206 1180 1126 1153 1069 1259 1231 1232 1088

386 563 .686 515 696 .740 394 544 .724 355 509 .697 383 542 .707 333 482 .691 455 691 .658 343 478 .718 346 556 .622 340 484 .702 386 562 .687 340 506 .672 371 554 .670 266 405 .657 436 627 .695 293 430 .681 319 482 .662 286 408 .701 320 435 .736 443 625 .709 336 483 .696 476 681 .681 587 768 .765 483 723 .668 579 811 .714 497 696 .714 373 500 .746 320 455 .703 470 635 .740 414 579 .715 351 518 .678 352 492 .715 442 642 .688 303 476 .637 508 721 .705 328 518 .633 500 733 .682 349 522 .669 358 530 .675 340 479 .710 535 772 .693 644 849 .759 539 744 .725 615 855 .719 389 557 .698 414 604 .685

FT

FTA

214 296 .723 210 285 .737 190 282 .674 184 285 .646 209 332 .630 190 277 .686 177 256 .691 208 297 .700 167 257 .650 191 264 .723 186 277 .671 292 378 .772 279 392 .712 234 313 .748 270 356 .758 231 344 .672 259 390 .664 266 370 .719 319 482 .662 209 313 .668

1084/33.9 (+1.9) 1024/32.0 (-1.9) 1068/31.4 (+1.3) 1025/30.1 (-1.3) 1056/34.1 (+3.2) 957/30.9 (-3.2) 1290/33.9 (+3.1) 1174/30.9 (-3.1) 1065/34.4 (+1.3) 1025/33.1 (-1.3) 991/33.0 (+2.8) 907/30.2 (-2.8) 1017/33.9 (+0.9) 989/33.0 (-0.9) 1054/35.1 (+2.2) 988/32.9 (-2.2) 980-35.0 (+2.4) 914/32.6 (-2.4) 890-31.8 (-3.3) 983-35.1 (+3.3) 840-30.0 (-6.0) 1009-36.0 (+6.0) 1069/32.4 (-7.7) 1323/40.1 (+7.7) 1222-34.9 (-1.8) 1285-36.7 (+1.8) 886-32.8 (-1.6) 934-34.6 (+1.6) 1012-31.6 (-2.6) 1095-34.2 (+2.6) 927-34.3 (+1.0) 899-33.3 (-1.0) 1077-38.5 (+6.1) 906-32.4 (-6.1) 1188-37.1 (+1.0) 1156-36.1 (-1.0) 1001-37.1 (+2.8) 927-34.3) (-2.8) 877-32.5 (-2.6) 949-35.1 (-4.5) 1051-36.2 (+4.5) 1164-36.4 (+6.4) 1235-36.3 (+6.7) 1175-36.7 (+6.3) 966-35.8 (+2.7) 982-36.4 (+3.1)

PTS AVG

1977 2106 2144 2126 2013 2005 2545 2378 2019 2067 1962 2038 2021 2038 1903 2121 1630 1874 1766 2040 1777 2029 2535 2473 2572 2528 1868 1801 2334 2201 1634 1780 2095 1794 2281 2063 1913 1920 1680 1889 2129 2376 2343 2466 1824 1940

61.8 65.8 63.1 62.5 64.9 64.7 67.0 62.6 65.1 66.7 65.4 67.9 67.4 67.9 63.4 70.7 58.2 66.9 63.1 72.9 63.5 72.5 76.8 74.9 73.5 72.2 69.2 66.7 72.9 68.8 60.5 65.9 74.8 64.1 71.3 64.5 70.9 71.1 62.2 65.1 73.4 74.3 68.9 77.1 67.6 71.9

60.4 63.2 62.2 60.7 61.1 61.6 63.8 58.2 55.8 63.0 60.9 75.4 73.8 70.4 72.1 59.4 69.9 68.4 68.4 60.4

YEARLY STATISTICS

SINCE 1986-87

s Jeff Brooks led the Lions in rebounding and field goal percentage in 2010-11.

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 175


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 116 SEASONS 1903

NO FORMAL HEAD COACHES 1897-1915

1897

1-1 (H: 1-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0) Captain: M.R. Stevenson at Bucknell_______________ 4-24 L_ Bucknell_________________ 10-7 W_

1905-06

3-5-1 (H: 3-0; A: 0-5-1; N: 0-0) Captain: G.V. Storisi

L W

J 16  F 6  F 9  F 10  F 11  F 12  F 13  M 6  M 19 

Lock Haven ______________ 51-0 W_ Franklin & Marshall_________ 40-5 W_ at Westminster___________ 18-28 L_ at Geneva ______________ 16-28 L_ at Grove City ____________ 11-33 L_ at Allegheny ____________ 14-26 L_ at Indiana State __________ 19-33 L_ at Williamsport YMCA______ 13-13 T_ Williamsport YMCA_________ 13-9 W_

W W L L L L L T W

1898

2-1 (H: 2-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0) Captain: Clay Sprecher Bucknell ________________ 12-4 W_ at Bucknell ______________ 5-18 L_ Cornell _________________ 26-5 W_

D 13  J 11  F 8  F 11  F 12  F 13  F 14  F 15  F 16  F 22  M 1 

W W L L L

W W W W W W W L

5-4 (H: 3-2; A: 2-2; N: 0-0) Captain: William R. Dunn

5-1 (H: 5-0; A: 0-1; N: 0-0) Captain: E.T. McCleary W W W W W L

1902

Lock Haven _____________ 43-13 W_ Bloomsburg ______________ 53-4 W_ Pennsylvania ____________ 52-17 W_ Pittston YMCA ___________ 53-13 W_ Lehigh _________________ 39-24 W_ at Lehigh _______________ 22-24 L_ at Bloomsburg ___________ 28-44 L_ at Williamsport YMCA ______ 19-9 W_ at Lock Haven ___________ 21-16 W_ Company B, 5th Regiment ___ 58-2 W_ Williamsport YMCA _______ 17-12 W_

F 11  Bellefonte Academy________ 42-7 W_ F 12  at Williamsport YMCA______ 10-16 L_ F 13 at Wyoming Seminary______ 39-22 W_ F 14 at Ex. 9th Regiment________ 19-38 L_ F 15 at Susquehanna___________ 34-7 W_ F 25 Allegheny_______________ 11-25 L_ M 11 Altoona Athletic Association___ 59-8 W_ M 14 Williamsport YMCA________ 33-16 W_ M 16 Ex. 9th Regiment_________ 10-20 L_

W L W L W L W W L

1905

9-2 (H: 7-0; A: 2-2; N: 0-0) Captain: C.W. Ruble J 17  J 31  F 7  F 14  F 21  F 25  F 26  F 27  F 28  M 1  M 7 

s Michael Hamas captained the 1927 Nittany Lion team to a 14-4 record.

1904

1901

Lock Haven ______________ 44-2 W_ Pennsylvania _____________ 33-3 W_ Bloomsburg ______________ 56-9 W_ Williamsport YMCA ________ 17-6 W_ Gettysburg ______________ 15-4 W_ at Williamsport YMCA ______ 7-13 L_

Juniata__________________ 62-1 W_W Wyoming Seminary________ 66-23 W_ W NYULS________________ 19-17 W_ W at Harrisburg Athletic Club___ 29-45 L_ L at Swarthmore___________ 15-26 L_ L at Pennsylvania__________ 16-35 L_ L at Lehigh_______________ 12-40 L_ L Army__________________ 16-32 L_ L Fordham_______________ 12-15 L_ L Swarthmore_____________ 22-20 W_ W Lebanon Valley___________ 52-20 W_ W

10-4 (H: 5-0; A: 5-4; N: 0-0) Captain: E. G. DuBarry

7-1 (H: 4-0; A: 3-1; N: 0-0) Captain: J.S. Ruble

F 2  F 9  F 13  F 19  M 9  M 15 

W W W L L W L W L W

1908

1900

Lock Haven _____________ 17-13 W_ Dickinson _______________ 42-6 W_ Bucknell ________________ 11-6 W_ Williamsport YMCA ________ 27-7 W_ Cornell _________________ 15-8 W_ at Lock Haven ____________ 10-9 W_ at Williamsport YMCA _______4-3 W_ at Bucknell ______________ 6-19 L_

Juniata__________________ 57-9 W_ Wyoming Seminary________ 53-15 W_ Susquehanna____________ 49-23 W_ at Lehigh_______________ 19-31 L_ at Pennsylvania__________ 18-28 L_ Lebanon Valley___________ 41-14 W_ at Southside_____________ 26-46 L_ at Pittsburgh______________ 30-4 W_ at West Virginia___________ 13-16 L_ at Greensburg___________ 34-10 W_

5-6 (H: 5-2; A: 0-4; N: 0-0) Captain: H.B. Waha

2-3 (H: 2-0; A: 0-3; N: 0-0) Captain: M.R. Stevenson

J 28  F 3  F 10  F 14  F 16  M 1  M 2  M 3 

D 15  J 16  J 29  F 2  F 3  F 5  M 3  M 5  M 6  M 7 

8-6 (H: 5-1; A: 3-5; N: 0-0) Captain: Burke Hermann

1906-07

W L W

1899

J 13  Clover Wheel ____________ 12-10 W_ J 28  Bucknell ________________ 17-6 W_ M 1  at Bloomsburg ____________ 6-30 L_ M 2  at Williamsport YMCA______ 13-17 L_ M 3  at Bucknell ______________ 8-12 L_

1909-10

6-4 (H: 4-0; A: 2-4; N: 0-0) Captain: W.Y. Heaton

W W W W W L L W W W W

176 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

6-2 (H: 3-0; A:3-2; N: 0-0) Captain: William R. Dunn D 16  J 20  F 2  F 17  F 22  F 23  F 24  F 25 

at Altoona_______________ 16-23 L_ Altoona Athletic Association__ 34-18 W_ Wyoming Seminary________ 33-16 W_ Dickinson ______________ 41-13 W_ at Pennsylvania__________ 29-24 W_ at Swarthmore___________ 15-26 L_ at Franklin & Marshall______ 33-27 W_ at Dickinson_____________ 31-12 W_

L W W W W L W W

J 11  F 6  F 12  F 13  F 14  F 15  F 18  F 20  F 25  F 26  F 27  F 28  F 29  M 6 

Wyoming Seminary________ 40-11 W_W Pittsburgh_______________ 30-13 W_ W at Franklin & Marshall______ 36-11 W_W at Delaware_____________ 26-19 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 19-28 L_ L at Swarthmore___________ 38-27 W_ W George Washington________ 47-4 W_ W Swarthmore_____________ 36-22 W_ W at Bucknell______________ 13-20 L_ L at Fordham______________ 27-21 W_W at Manhattan____________ 29-26 W_ W at CCNY________________ 9-28 L_ L at Lehigh_______________ 16-24 L_ L Delaware_______________ 47-11 W_W

1908-9

7-6 (H: 6-1; A: 1-5; N: 0-0) Captain: F.G. Funston D 11  D 15  D 16  D 17  J 15  J 30  F 3  F 6  F 15  F 19  F 22  F 23  F 24 

Harrisburg Athletic Club_____ 42-13 W_ at Pennsylvania__________ 23-30 L_ at Georgetown___________ 26-49 L_ at Harrisburg Athletic Club___ 26-28 L_ Wyoming Seminary________ 38-16 W_ Bucknell________________ 28-16 W_ Allegheny_______________ 28-23 W_ Franklin & Marshall_________ 49-3 W_ Pittsburgh Collegians_______ 55-29 W_ Swarthmore_____________ 20-25 L_ at Army________________ 15-27 L_ at Manhattan____________ 22-16 W_ at Swarthmore___________ 19-25 L_

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

D 10  D 15  D 16  D 17  D 18  J 14  J 20  J 29  F 7  F 18  F 19  F 21 F 24  M 11 

Harrisburg Athletic Club_____ 44-13 W_ at Pennsylvania__________ 17-28 L_ at Pratt Institute__________ 24-19 W_ at Columbia_____________ 13-19 L_ at Army________________ 20-22 L_ Wyoming Seminary________ 54-17 W_ Pittsburgh Collegians_______ 37-40 L_ at Cornell_______________ 17-20 L_ Allegheny_______________ 34-20 W_ Swarthmore_____________ 20-17 W_ at Swarthmore___________ 20-26 L_ at Harrisburg Athletic Club___ 44-37 W_ Bucknell________________ 53-13 W_ at Bucknell______________ 23-10 W_

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

1910

9-4 (H: 6-0; A: 3-4; N: 0-0) Captain: F.H. Blythe D 9  D 14  D 15  D 16  D 17  J 16  F 3  F 9  F 16  F 17  F 18  F 22  F 24 

Susquehanna_____________ 41-9 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 22-30 L_ L at Pratt Institute__________ 37-18 W_ W at Columbia_____________ 16-24 L_ L at Army________________ 19-21 L_L Pittsburgh Collegians ______ 19-14 W_ W Albright_________________ 50-9 W_ W Gettysburg______________ 14-10 W_ W at Swarthmore___________ 25-37 L_ L at Susquehanna__________ 35-21 W_W at Bucknell______________ 26-10 W_ W Lehigh_________________ 34-13 W_ W Bucknell________________ 34-16 W_ W

1911-12

8-5 (H: 6-0; A: 2-5; N: 0-0) Captain: H.E. Shore D 8  D 13  D 14  D 15  D 17  J 12  J 19  F 1  F 8  F 16  F 22  F 23  F 24 

Albright________________ 32-31 W_W at NYU_________________ 19-18 W_ W at Manhattan____________ 19-22 L_ L at St. John’s_____________ 17-25 L_ L at Army________________ 30-16 W_ W Pittsburgh Collegians_______ 37-17 W_ W Mt. Alto Academy_________ 41-27 W_ W Franklin & Marshall________ 33-20 W_ W Gettysburg______________ 43-14 W_ W Bucknell________________ 35-17 W_ W at Bucknell______________ 14-21 L_L at Swarthmore___________ 20-22 L_ L at Lehigh_______________ 33-35 L_ L

1913

8-3 (H: 5-0; A: 3-3; N: 0-0) Captain: B.L. Hartz J 8  J 16  J 17  J 18  J 22  J 25  F 8  F 13  F 14  F 15  F 22 

Pittsburgh Collegians_______ 48-30 W_ at Westinghouse Club______ 46-16 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 30-25 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 34-14 W_ Lehigh_________________ 29-15 W_ Carnegie Tech___________ 43-16 W_ Allegheny_______________ 21-17 W_ at Lehigh_______________ 28-37 L_ at Swarthmore___________ 26-29 L_ at Franklin & Marshall______ 23-26 L_ Pittsburgh_______________ 31-20 W_

W W W W W W W L L L W


1914

8-4 (H: 4-2; A: 4-2; N: 0-0) Captain: W.G. Binder J 10  J 17  J 19  J 20  J 21  J 30  F 7  F 19  F 20  F 21  F 28  M 7 

Juniata_________________ 20-24 L_ L West Virginia Wesleyan_____ 32-21 W_W at Westinghouse Club______ 41-27 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 29-26 W_ W at Washington & Jefferson___ 23-28 L_ L Gettysburg______________ 47-17 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 50-25 W_ W at Franklin & Marshall______ 41-28 W_ W at Swarthmore___________ 38-26 W_ W at Lehigh_______________ 33-37 L_ L Pittsburgh_______________ 26-17 W_ W William & Mary___________ 19-21 L_L

1914-15

10-3 (H: 6-0; A: 4-3; N: 0-0) Captain: J.F. Park D 12  J 9  J 14  J 15  J 16  J 30  F 8  F 12  F 18  F 19  F 20  F 26  M 6 

Juniata_________________ 50-27 W_ W Harrisburg Collegians______ 33-31 W_W at Westinghouse Club______ 33-20 W_ W at Washington & Jefferson___ 28-24 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 32-35 L_ L Gettysburg______________ 34-26 W_ W Washington & Jefferson_____ 32-19 W_ W MIT___________________ 60-14 W_ W at Swarthmore___________ 42-30 W_ W at Georgetown___________ 36-27 W_ W at Navy________________ 24-33 L_ L Pittsburgh_______________ 31-28 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 35-39 L_ L

1916

8-3 (H: 4-1; A: 4-2; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: I.E. Walton J 8  J 15  J 22  F 3  F 4  F 5  F 19  F 26  M 2  M 3  M 4 

Lafayette_______________ 30-26 W_ W Bucknell________________ 42-21 W_W Juniata_________________ 37-26 W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________ 35-24 W_ W at Westinghouse Club______ 32-25 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 38-43 L_ L Lehigh_________________ 29-19 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 27-31 L_L at Swarthmore___________ 23-28 L_ L at Lafayette_____________ 22-14 W_ W at Lehigh_______________ 35-22 W _ W

1916-17

12-2 (H: 6-0; A: 6-2; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: I.E. Walton D 9  J 4  J 6  J 20  F 1  F 2  F 3  F 10  F 17  F 24  F 28  M 1  M 2  M 3 

Juniata_________________ 28-25 W_ W Dartmouth______________ 44-22 W_ W Syracuse_______________ 22-21 W_W at Juniata_______________ 40-30 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 36-37 L_ L at Westinghouse Club______ 37-18 W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________ 37-26 W_ W Lebanon Valley___________ 42-22 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 38-23 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 37-32 W_ W at Lafayette_____________ 39-31 W_W at Delaware_____________ 36-31 W_W at Swarthmore___________ 33-22 W_ W at Lehigh_______________ 18-35 L_ L

HEAD COACH

BEGIN SECOND

HUGO BEZDEK

BURKE HERMANN ERA

1919 (1 YEAR) RECORD: 11-2 (.846) Hugo Bezdek, a native of Prague, Czechoslovakia, earned numerous accolades as Penn State’s football coach from 1918-29. He also served as athletic director from 1918-36,and directed the basketball team for one season (1919) while then-head coach Burke Hermann served during WW I. Bezdek’s 1919 Penn State team went 11-2 and finished the year with eight straight wins. As athletic director, Bezdek initiated fund raising in 1918 to build Rec Hall and 10 years later the building was constructed for $572,260. Bezdek gained All-America status at Chicago, where he was a fullback in football and a second baseman on the baseball team. His collegiate coaching experience included head football coaching jobs at Oregon (1906, 1317), where his team defeated Pennsylvania, 14-0, in the 1917 Rose Bowl, and Arkansas (1908-12). He also managed the Pittsburgh Pirates major league baseball club (1917-19). Bezdek, who died in 1952, posted a 65-30-11 record during 12 seasons as head football coach at Penn State. He was named to the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame in 1954 and the Helms Foundation College Hall of Fame in 1960.

HEAD COACH

BURKE HERMANN

1916-17 & 1920-32 (15 YEARS) RECORD: 148-74 (.667) Burke M. “Dutch” Hermann, Penn State’s first basketball coach, retired in 1956, after a nearly 50-year affiliation with the University. A 1912 Penn State graduate, Hermann guided the Nittany Lions from 1916 until 1932, with the exception of two years of service as a lieutenant during World War I. The team did not have a coach in 1918, however; Hugo Bezdek served as coach in 1919. Hermann also served as freshman football coach during those years. Hermann, who hailed from Middleburg, Pa., lettered four years in basketball, served as captain in 1910 and lettered as a football player in 1911. He compiled a record of 14874 during 15 seasons as head basketball coach. Hermann’s teams were especially dominating over a six-year period from the start of the 1919-20 season through the ’2425 season. The Lions were 73-13 during that stretch and, in 1921, outscored their opponents by a two-to-one margin. As a professor of history, Hermann served on Penn State’s Athletic Advisory Board for many years. He was awarded the Lion’s Paw Medal by that organization’s Alumni Association in 1968. Hermann died in 1977.

1917-18

1919

12-1 (H: 6-0; A: 6-1; N: 0-0) Coach: None Captain: R.D. Blakeslee D 8  D 15  J 14  J 19  J 26  J 31  F 1  F 2  F 14  F 23  F 28  F 29  M 1 

Juniata_________________ 41-28 W_ Unit 29, USAAC__________ 40-26 W_ Lehigh_________________ 44-29 W_ at Juniata_______________ 44-29 W_ Carlisle________________ 48-27 W_ at Syracuse_____________ 24-34 L_ at Colgate______________ 48-38 W_ at Lehigh_______________ 36-29 W_ Carnegie Tech___________ 46-19 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 35-15 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 38-26 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 54-30 W_ at West Virginia___________ 35-26 W_

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11-2 (H: 5-0; A: 6-2; N: 0-0) Coach: Hugo Bezdek Captain: Bill Mullan J 17  J 25  J 29  J 30  J 31  F 1  F 7  F 14  F 22  F 27  F 28  M 1  M 4 

Juniata_________________ 40-16 W_ W Susquehanna____________ 86-12 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 13-34 L_ L at Muhlenberg___________ 33-15 W_ W at Lafayette_____________ 25-33 L_ L at Lehigh_______________ 26-23 W_ W Geneva________________ 54-16 W_ W Juniata_________________ 46-26 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 39-19 W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________ 57-26 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 33-31 W_W at Geneva______________ 32-27 W_ W at Great Lakes NTS_______ 48-22 W_ W

1920-32

1919-20

12-1 (H: 8-0; A: 4-1; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: F.N. Wolf D 20  J 17  J 24  J 31  F 5  F 6  F 7  F 13  F 21  F 27  F 28  M 6  M 12 

Juniata_________________ 56-18 W_ W Dickinson_______________ 62-18 W_ W Washington & Jefferson.____ 43-25 W_ W Lebanon Valley___________ 69-10 W_ W at Lafayette_____________ 46-11 W_W at Swarthmore___________ 25-23 W _ W at Pennsylvania__________ 16-21 L_L George Washington________ 60-6 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 37-19 W_ W at West Virginia___________ 34-27 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 34-29 W_ W Alumni_________________ 31-23 W_ W Lehigh_________________ 33-19 W_ W

1920-21

14-2 (H: 11-1; A: 3-1; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: Glenn Killinger D 15  J 8  J 15  J 17  J 22  J 29  F 2  F 4  F 5  F 12  F 19  F 26  M 5  M 9  M 16  M 20 

Juniata_________________ 45-13 W_ Dickinson_______________ 48-19 W_ Washington & Jefferson_____ 53-14 W_ West Virginia____________ 52-14 W_ Susquehanna____________ 47-13 W_ Lebanon Valley___________ 51-12 W_ Carnegie Tech___________ 62-17 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 39-33 W_ at Washington & Jefferson___ 26-23 W_ Virginia Tech_____________ 23-29 L_ Pittsburgh_______________ 50-28 W_ Buffalo_________________ 43-16 W_ Swarthmore_____________ 34-11 W_ at Yale_________________ 20-23 L _ at Pennsylvania__________ 21-19 W_ Alumni_________________ 29-28 W_

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

1921-22

9-5 (H: 8-1; A: 1-4; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: A.K. Wilson Leading Scorer: J.N. Reed, 190 D 15  J 7  J 14  J 28  F 3  F 4  F 11  F 18  F 22  F 24  F 25  M 4  M 11  M 18 

Juniata________________ 48-16  W_W Dickinson______________ 34-11  W_W Lebanon Valley__________ 29-14  W_W Bucknell_______________ 38-12  W_W at Pittsburgh____________ 30-27  W_W at Washington & Jefferson__ 23-26  L_L Bethany_______________ 40-20  W_W Pittsburgh______________ 27-28  L_L at Pennsylvania_________ 16-23  L_L at Rutgers_____________ 28-35  L_L at Princeton____________ 19-22  L_L Creighton______________ 49-27  W_W Washington & Jefferson____ 32-15  W_W Alumni________________ 39-24  W_W

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 177


1922-23

1925-26

1928-29

D 14  J 6  J 13  J 20  J 27  F 2  F 3  F 7  F 9  F 17  F 22  F 23  M 3  M 10 

D 16  J 12  J 16  J 29  J 30  F 6  F 12  F 13  F 20  F 24  F 27  M 2  M 6  M 13 

D 29 at Detroit_______________ 31-18 W_ W D 31 at Northwestern__________ 17-41 L_L J 1 at Michigan______________ 11-32 L_ L J 2 at Michigan State_________ 14-16 L_ L J 15 Gettysburg (OT)__________ 37-34 W_ W J 18 at Georgetown___________ 40-42 L_ L J 19 at Navy________________ 39-25 W_ W J 20 Western Maryland_________ 46-19 W_ W J 22 Carnegie Tech___________ 50-22 W_ W J 26 Colgate________________ 49-27 W_ W F 2 at Pennsylvania__________ 29-39 L_ L F 9 Washington & Jefferson_____ 38-33 W_ W F 15 at Pittsburgh_____________ 38-49 L_ L F 16 at Carnegie Tech_________ 42-29 W_ W F 20 at Bucknell______________ 42-29 W_ W F 23 Syracuse_______________ 35-26 W_ W M 1 at Syracuse_____________ 23-26 L_ L M 4 at Colgate______________ 20-34 L_ L M 11 Pittsburgh_______________ 23-29 L_ L

13-1 (H: 9-0; A: 4-1; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: H.D. Koehler Leading Scorer: J.N. Reed, 242 Juniata_________________ 49-25 W_ W Syracuse_______________ 32-15 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 36-25 W_ W Bethany________________ 64-13 W_ W Lebanon Valley___________ 43-18 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 38-31 W_W at Carnegie Tech_________ 38-29 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 30-23 W_ W Dickinson_______________ 39-23 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 38-11 W_W at Cornell_______________ 25-27 L_ L at Syracuse_____________ 44-14 W_ W Swarthmore_____________ 41-25 W_ W Alumni_________________ 40-23 W_ W

1923-24

13-2 (H: 11-0; A: 2-2; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: Ken Loeffler Leading Scorer: J.N. Reed, 151 D 13  J 5  J 12  J 19  J 26  F 2  F 9  F 15  F 22  F 29  M 4  M 6  M 8  M 12  M 15 

Juniata_________________ 61-13 W_ W Susquehanna____________ 58-13 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 47-25 W_ W Gettysburg______________ 23-19 W_ W Bucknell________________ 44-18 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 22-27 L_ L Duquesne______________ 43-40 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 30-31 L_L Pittsburgh_______________ 29-13 W_ W at NYU_________________ 25-19 W_ W at Syracuse_____________ 25-22 W_ W Allegheny_______________ 44-22 W_ W Lafayette_______________ 34-14 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 41-14 W_ W Syracuse_______________ 37-22 W_ W

1924-25

12-2 (H: 8-0; A: 4-2; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: E.O. Gerhardt Leading Scorer: E.O. Gerhardt, 144 D 17  J 10  J 17  J 24  J 30  J 31  F 7  F 14  F 21  F 25  F 28  M 7  M 13  M 14 

Juniata_________________ 30-21 W_W Carnegie Tech___________ 34-21 W_W Susquehanna____________ 52-17 W_ W Gettysburg______________ 41-23 W_ W at Catholic______________ 36-11 W_W at Navy___________ 39-37 (2 OT) W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 40-25 W_ W Lebanon Valley___________ 42-15 W_ W Notre Dame_____________ 33-22 W_ W Syracuse_______________ 24-22 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 24-36 L_ L Bucknell________________ 64-17 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 35-30 W_ W at Syracuse_____________ 27-38 L_ L

178 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

7-7 (H: 6-2; A: 1-5; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: D.G. Hood Leading Scorer: Harold Von Neida, 83 Juniata_________________ 38-22 W_ W Bethany________________ 52-40 W_ W Susquehanna____________ 75-18 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 26-30 L_ L at Duquesne_____________ 12-36 L_ L Bucknell________________ 39-28 W_ W at Georgetown___________ 30-19 W_ W at Navy________________ 21-31 L_L Gettysburg______________ 32-38 L_ L Syracuse_______________ 37-31 W_W Catholic________________ 47-27 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 16-24 L_ L at Syracuse_____________ 12-29 L_ L Pittsburgh_______________ 31-37 L_ L

1927

14-4 (H: 12-1; A: 2-3; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: Michael Hamas Leading Scorer: Michael Hamas, 223 J 8  J 15  J 22  J 27  J 29  F 1  F 5  F 10  F 12  F 16  F 19  F 24  F 25  M 2  M 4  M 5  M 12  M 13 

Lebanon Valley___________ 40-32 W_ W Susquehanna____________ 50-15 W_ W Gettysburg______________ 46-29 W_ W Princeton_______________ 30-23 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 26-32 L_ L Detroit_________________ 27-37 L_ L Carnegie Tech___________ 41-31 W_W Washington & Jefferson_____ 39-30 W _ W Duquesne______________ 39-15 W_ W Juniata_________________ 29-18 W_ W Bucknell________________ 41-22 W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________ 38-13 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 27-33 L_ L Ursinus________________ 42-23 W_ W at Buffalo (3 OT)__________ 43-41 W_W at Syracuse_____________ 21-48 L_ L Pittsburgh_______________ 35-24 W_ W Alumni_________________ 39-34 W_ W

1928

10-5 (H: 8-2; A: 2-3; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: H.B. Von Neida Leading Scorer: L.D. Reilly, 111 J 4  J 7  J 11  J 14  J 18  J 21  J 28  F 4  F 10  F 11  F 18  F 23  F 25  M 3  M 10 

Western Maryland_________ 49-20 W_ W Syracuse_______________ 26-27 L_ L Lebanon Valley___________ 41-22 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 21-23 L_ L Juniata_________________ 53-18 W_ W Gettysburg______________ 54-29 W_ W Temple_________________ 57-27 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 43-23 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 25-48 L_ L at Carnegie Tech_________ 27-21 W_W Ursinus________________ 45-39 W_ W at Colgate______________ 33-32 W_ W at Syracuse_____________ 14-28 L_ L Bucknell________________ 36-34 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 28-45 L_ L

10-9 (H: 6-1; A: 4-8; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: L.D. Reilly Leading Scorer: J.N. Stahley, unavailable

1932

6-9 (H: 5-3; A: 1-6; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: F.C. Brand Leading Scorers: Ed McMinn, 141 & Fred Brand, 119 J 9  J 16  J 27  J 30  F 6  F 10  F 13  F 17  F 18  F 20  F 26  F 27  M 5  M 11  M 12 

Western Maryland_________ 47-21 W_W Waynesburg_____________ 37-33 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 23-27 L_ L Syracuse_______________ 41-33 W_ W Bucknell________________ 48-22 W_ W Juniata_________________ 40-22 W_ W Colgate________________ 29-34 L_ L at Army________________ 37-46 L_ L at Fordham__________ 37-38 (OT) L_ L West Virginia____________ 33-42 L_ L at Colgate______________ 31-42 L_ L at Syracuse_____________ 33-41 L_L Pittsburgh_______________ 32-36 L_ L at Carnegie Tech_________ 27-40 L_ L at Pittsburgh_____________ 40-30 W_ W

HEAD COACH

1930

5-9 (H: 3-5; A: 2-4; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: J.N. Stahley Leading Scorer: Fred Brand, 108 J 4  J 7  J 9  J 11  J 18  J 25  F 1  F 14  F 15  F 20  F 28  M 1  M 8  M 15 

Bethany________________ 28-39 L_ L Montana State___________ 42-51 L_L Western Maryland_________ 45-19 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 27-21 W_W at West Virginia___________ 40-39 W_ W Colgate________________ 24-25 L_ L at Pennsylvania__________ 22-28 L_ L at Pittsburgh_____________ 20-47 L_ L at Carnegie Tech_________ 11-23 L_ L Syracuse_______________ 26-44 L_ L at Colgate______________ 34-32 W_ W at Syracuse_____________ 26-44 L_ L Bucknell________________ 57-33 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 30-47 L_ L

1931

3-12 (H: 3-7; A: 0-5; N: 0-0) Coach: Burke Hermann Captain: S.S. Saltzman Leading Scorer: Fred Brand, 120 J 7  J 10  J 14  J 17  J 20  J 28  J 31  F 7  F 14  F 21  F 24  F 27  F 28  M 7  M 14 

Waynesburg_____________ 24-31 L_L Bethany________________ 27-41 L_L Lafayette_______________ 16-27 L_ L at Harvard______________ 20-38 L_ L Syracuse_______________ 33-50 L_ L at Navy________________ 38-45 L_ L Colgate________________ 27-34 L_ L Western Maryland_________ 40-22 W_ W West Virginia____________ 37-27 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 24-30 L_ L Bucknell________________ 56-41 W_W at Colgate______________ 27-30 L_ L at Syracuse_____________ 29-47 L_ L Carnegie Tech___________ 30-31 L_L Pittsburgh_______________ 32-37 L_ L

EARL LESLIE

1933-36 (4 YEARS) RECORD: 29-28 (.509) A 1922 graduate of the University of Oregon, Earl “Spike” Leslie coached the Penn State basketball team for four seasons from 1933-36. A three-year football letterman at Oregon (1919-21), he was named to the Pacific Coast Conference first team as a tackle in 1920. Leslie earned his master’s degree from Columbia. Despite reduced schedules in 1933 and 1934, Leslie’s first two teams posted winning records. His 1934-35 outfit raced out to an 8-3 start, before dropping its final six games. In 1935-36, Penn State joined the “fast” Eastern Intercollegiate Conference and went 0-10, 6-11 overall. Highlights during Leslie’s tenure included four straight wins over Army and a rare road win at Pennsylvania. He achieved a composite mark of 29-28. Leslie returned to Oregon as a teacher and coach at Coquille High School, southwest of Eugene. He remained in that capacity until he died on Oct. 12, 1957. The Coquille football stadium is named in his honor.


1933

7-4 (H: 7-1; A: 0-3; N: 0-0) Coach: Earl Leslie Captain: W.C. Moser Leading Scorers: N.B. McFarlane, 114 & Ed McMinn, 104 J 4  J 7  J 14  J 21  J 28  F 8  F 15  F 18  F 25  M 3  M 4 

Susquehanna____________ 43-24 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 24-43 L_ L Western Maryland_________ 44-15 W_ W Washington & Jefferson_____ 47-21 W_W Army__________________ 33-26 W_ W Lafayette_______________ 48-25 W_ W Temple_________________ 33-43 L_ L West Virginia____________ 44-34 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 30-27 W_ W at Colgate______________ 32-48 L_ L at Syracuse_____________ 29-44 L_ L

1934

8-4 (H: 5-2; A: 3-2; N: 0-0) Coach: Earl Leslie Captain: N.B. McFarlane Leading Scorer: N.B. McFarlane, 169 J 4  J 6  J 10  J 13  J 20  J 27  F 7  F 10  F 16  F 17  F 24  M 1 

Susquehanna____________ 47-20 W_ W Juniata_________________ 39-19 W_ W Dickinson_______________ 37-21 W_W Bucknell________________ 44-21 W_W Washington & Jefferson_____ 28-11 W_W at Navy________________ 24-43 L_ L at Army________________ 29-24 W_ W at Colgate______________ 39-22 W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________ 47-23 W_ W at West Virginia___________ 18-45 L_ L Syracuse_______________ 23-31 L_L Rutgers________________ 34-35 L_ L

1934-35

8-9 (H: 8-4; A: 0-5; N: 0-0) Coach: Earl Leslie Captain: J.M. Stocker Leading Scorers: John Stocker, 121 D 14  D 29  J 2  J 5  J 9  J 12  J 16  J 19  J 26  F 6  F 9  F 13  F 16 F 22  M 1  M 2  M 9 

Ithaca_________________ 39-26 W_ W at Rutgers______________ 40-52 L_ L Wheaton_______________ 53-36 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 22-43 L_ L Temple (OT)_____________ 33-35 L_ L Juniata_________________ 32-22 W_ W Western Maryland_________ 43-25 W_ W Washington & Jefferson_____ 38-15 W_ W Lock Haven_____________ 46-20 W_ W Bucknell________________ 41-32 W_ W Army__________________ 38-34 W_ W St. Thomas______________ 37-39 L_ L at Navy________________ 27-33 L_ L Carnegie Tech___________ 35-54 L_ L at Colgate______________ 35-38 L_ L at Syracuse_____________ 34-47 L_ L Pittsburgh_______________ 25-41 L_L

EASTERN INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE 1935-39 (4 YEARS)

1935-36

6-11; 0-10 EIC (H: 4-5; A: 2-6; N: 0-0) Coach: Earl Leslie Captain: B.A. Riley Leading Scorer: Sol Miehoff, 121 D 14  J 8  J 11  J 15  J 18  J 22  J 25  F 8  F 11  F 12  F 15  F 19  F 22  F 26  F 29  M 6  M 7 

Ithaca_________________ 38-32 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 31-26 W_ W at Navy________________ 30-36 L_ L Syracuse_______________ 34-33 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 23-45 L_ L Bucknell________________ 40-33 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 30-32 L_ L West Virginia*____________ 35-40 L_ L at Temple_______________ 33-39 L_ L at Army________________ 41-36 W_ W Georgetown_____________ 44-51 L_L Temple_________________ 23-31 L_L at West Virginia___________ 31-54 L_ L at Georgetown___________ 27-34 L_ L Rutgers____________ 45-43 (OT) W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________ 25-38 L_ L at Pittsburgh_____________ 38-41 L_L

HEAD COACH

JOHN LAWTHER

1937-49 (13 YEARS) RECORD: 150-93 (.617) NCAA (1-1) Raised on a farm in Carroll County, Ohio, John Lawther earned national recognition as one of the leading proponents of zone defenses during 23 seasons as a coach at Westminster College and Penn State. A 1919 Westminster graduate, Dr. Lawther retired from the Penn State faculty in 1965 following a long and distinguished career in secondary and higher education. As basketball coach from 1937 until 1949, he compiled a 150-93 record. Lawther’s first team posted a 6-4 Eastern Conference mark after a 0-10 league slate the previous year. His 1942 team went 18-3 and advanced to the NCAA East Regional, defeating Big Ten champ Illinois. Lawther had a great running feud with animated Pittsburgh coach Doc Carlson, who despised the zone which Lawther favored. When the two teams met Jan. 15, 1944, in the Steel City, Pittsburgh froze the ball and the resulting 15-12 Penn State win grabbed national headlines. Great anticipation surrounded the rematch as Carlson attacked the Lions’ zone and lost, 35-29. In 10 seasons at Westminster, Lawther’s teams compiled an impressive 166-35 mark. His most memorable moment coaching the Titans came on Dec. 29, 1934, when he guided them to a 37-33 win over undefeated St. John’s in the first college basketball doubleheader at Madison Square Garden. PSU’s wartime coach, Lawther was elected to the NAIA Basketball Hall of Fame in 1962 and is a member of the Helms Foundation Hall of Fame. Lawther’s winning percentage (317-127, 71.4 percent) still ranks among the top 50 all-time in Division I.

s All-American John Barr led Penn State in scoring in 1940 and 1941.

1937

1938-39

10-7; 6-4 EIC (H: 7-1; A: 3-6; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captains: M.L. Korrick & J.F. Smith Leading Scorer: Sol Miehoff, 125 J 6  J 9  J 13  J 16  J 19  J 23  J 25  F 3  F 8  F 12  F 13  F 17  F 20  F 27  M 3  M 6  M 9 

at Pennsylvania__________ 33-41 L_L Susquehanna____________ 52-19 W_ W Lafayette_______________ 46-15 W_ W at Georgetown___________ 31-23 W_ W West Virginia____________ 28-21 W_W at Pittsburgh_____________ 28-36 L_ L Carnegie Tech___________ 35-30 W_ W Bucknell________________ 42-19 W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________ 27-25 W_ W at Temple_______________ 23-42 L_ L at Navy____________ 32-31 (OT) W_ W at West Virginia___________ 31-36 L_ L Temple_________________ 26-28 L_ L at Syracuse_____________ 26-39 L_ L Georgetown_____________ 34-24 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 24-21 W_W at Yale_________________ 31-33 L_ L

1937-38

13-5; 6-4 EIC (H: 6-2; A: 7-3; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captains: Sol Meihoff & J.P. Proksa Leading Scorer: Sol Miehoff, 175 D 30  D 31  J 1  J 5  J 8  J 11  J 15  J 18  J 22  F 4  F 5  F 8  F 12  F 19  F 26  M 2  M 5  M 9 

at Akron________________ 19-29 L_ at Kent State____________ 47-34 W_ at Western Reserve_______ 42-34 W_ at Pennsylvania__________ 40-28 W_ Susquehanna____________ 44-24 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 39-33 W_ West Virginia____________ 33-29 W_ Bucknell________________ 33-20 W_ Georgetown_____________ 42-23 W_ at Temple_______________ 30-37 L_ at Georgetown_______ 34-33 (OT) W_ Temple_________________ 39-49 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 34-39 L_ at West Virginia_______ 44-41 (OT) W_ Syracuse_______________ 38-32 W_ Carnegie Tech___________ 38-24 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 25-26 L_ at Rutgers______________ 53-18 W_

13-10; 5-5 EIC (H: 9-1; A: 4-8; N: 0-1) Coach: John Lawther Captain: None Leading Scorers: Charlie Prosser, 195; Bill Stopper, 106; Cliff McWilliams, 93; M.H. Corbin, 90, John Barr, 88. D 3  D 10  D 14  D 26  D 28  D 31  J 2  J 4  J 7  J 11  J 14  J 17  J 21  J 28  F 4  F 8  F 11  F 15  F 22  F 25  M 1  M 4  M 8 

Maryland_______________ 42-28 W_ W Susquehanna____________ 45-22 W_ W Syracuse_______________ 33-19 W_ W at DePaul_______________ 23-31 L_L at Michigan State_________ 21-35 L_ L at Syracuse_____________ 23-43 L_ L Colorado (1)_____________ 26-29 L_ L Western Reserve_________ 36-24 W_ W Rutgers________________ 44-21 W_W Bucknell________________ 42-17 W_ W at Muhlenberg___________ 43-27 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 33-35 L_ L at Temple_______________ 29-31 L_L at Navy________________ 19-38 L_ L at Pennsylvania__________ 34-21 W _W at Pittsburgh_____________ 41-22 W_ W at Georgetown___________ 31-32 L_ L at West Virginia (3 OT)_____ 46-43 W_ W West Virginia____________ 54-40 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 36-35 W_ W at Georgetown___________ 29-42 L_ L at Carnegie Tech_________ 28-33 L_ L Temple_________________ 35-32 W_ W

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1939-40

1941-42

D 2  D 6  D 16  J 1  J 2  J 3  J 6  J 10  J 13  J 17  J 20  F 3  F 7  F 10  F 14  F 16  F 17  F 21  F 22  F 28  M 2  M 6  M 9 

D 4  D 6  D 10  D 13  D 17  J 10  J 16  J 17  J 28  J 31  F 4  F 7  F 11  F 13  F 14  F 21  F 25  F 28  M 4 

15-8 (H: 5-4; A: 10-4; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captain: H.C. McWilliams Leading Scorers: John Barr, 231; Scott Moffatt, 140; Cliff McWilliams, 133; Norm Racusin, 99. Washington & Jefferson_____26-35 L_ L Susquehanna____________52-23 W_ W Bucknell________________37-44 L_ L at Mount Union___________31-24 W_ W at Akron________________55-20 W_ W at Kent State____________36-21 W_W at Pittsburgh_____________28-31 L_L Georgetown_____________33-22 W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________33-35 L_ L Syracuse_______________24-27 L_ L at Navy________________40-17 W_ W at Rutgers______________47-19 W_ W West Virginia____________32-23 W_ W at Army________________47-20 W_ W NYU__________________29-35 L_ L at Colgate______________43-25 W_ W at Syracuse_____________29-34 L_ L at Georgetown___________35-38 L_ L at Temple_______________33-31 W_W at West Virginia_______ 55-51 (OT) W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________36-29 W_ W Temple_________________46-36 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________48-26 W_ W

18-3 (H: 9-0; A: 8-2; N: 1-1) Coach: John Lawther Captains: R.V. Grimes & Elmer Gross Leading Scorers: Herschel Baltimore, 179 & Elmer Gross, 179. No. 10 in Final Dunkel Index Susquehanna____________47-18 W_ W Washington & Jefferson_____33-31 W_W Bucknell________________48-32 W_ W at Cornell_______________25-28 L_ L Syracuse_______________37-29 W_ W at American_____________53-26 W_ W at West Virginia___________33-58 L_ L at Pittsburgh_____________34-30 W_ W at Army________________34-26 W_ W at Temple_______________41-33 W_ W at Navy________________29-25 W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________59-26 W_ W Temple_________________46-33 W_ W at Colgate______________58-35 W_ W at Syracuse (OT)______ 37-36 (OT) W_ W Pittsburgh_______________33-28 W_ W West Virginia____________44-30 W_ W NYU__________________43-35 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________42-19 W_ W NCAA Tournament M 20  Dartmouth (2)____________39-44 L_ L M 21  Illinois (2)_______________41-34 W_ W

1940-41

1942-43

D 7  D 11  D 14  D 18  J 10  J 11  J 15  J 18  J 29  J 31  F 5  F 8  F 12  F 15  F 19  F 22  F 25  F 27  M 1  M 5 

D 5  D 9  D 12  J 6  J 9  J 13  J 15  J 16  J 23  J 30  F 4  F 5  F 6  F 10  F 17  F 20  F 24  M 3  M 6 

15-5 (H: 7-2; A: 8-3; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captain: John Barr Leading Scorers: John Barr, 200; Herschel Baltimore, 128; Scott Moffatt, 125; Elmer Gross 114. Washington & Jefferson_____30-31 L_L at Bucknell______________55-21 W_W Colgate________________35-21 W_W Susquehanna____________55-18 W_ W at NYU_________________47-34 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________27-36 L_ L at Syracuse_____________44-25 W_ W at Navy________________23-20 W_ W at Georgetown_______ 24-28 (OT) L_ L at American_____________32-17 W_ W West Virginia____________29-35 L_ L at Temple_______________43-25 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________42-24 W_ W at Syracuse_____________27-39 L_ L Georgetown_____________46-38 W_ W at Army________________31-27 W_ W Mexico_________________62-18 W_ W Muhlenberg_____________50-29 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________36-21 W_W at Carnegie Tech_________42-32 W_ W

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15-4 (H: 10-0; A: 5-4; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captains: Herschel Baltimore & John Egli Leading Scorers: David Hornstein, 139; Larry Gent, 138; Herschel Baltimore, 137; S.L. Von Neida, 130; Jack Biery, 110; John Egli, 110. Washington & Jefferson_____34-29 W_ W Susquehanna____________58-28 W_ W Bucknell________________36-22 W_ W at NYU_________________39-40 L_ L at Temple_______________38-29 W_ W Syracuse_______________42-28 W_ W at Carnegie Tech_________35-33 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________37-38 L_ L Colgate________________48-24 W_ W at West Virginia___________27-32 L_ L at Georgetown___________35-51 L_L at Navy Pre-Flight_________51-34 W_ W at Navy________________33-21 W_W West Virginia____________55-40 W_ W at Army________________37-28 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________32-13 W_ W Temple_________________46-33 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________65-28 W_ W Georgetown_____________55-37 W_ W

1943-44

1946-47

8-7 (H: 5-3; A: 2-4; N: 1-0) Coach: John Lawther Captains: None Leading Scorers: Don McNary, 146; Monroe Moskowitz, 119; Bud Long 114. D 4  D 11  D 15  D 18  J 5  J 8  J 14  J 15  J 22  J 26  J 29  F 5  F 19  F 23  M 1 

at Muhlenberg___________34-40 L_ L Bucknell________________26-29 L_ L Susquehanna____________45-25 W_ W Washington & Jefferson_____41-34 W_ W NYU (3)________________37-36 W_ W at Temple_______________38-45 L_ L at Carnegie Tech_________34-32 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________15-12 W_ W Colgate________________34-41 L_L at Army________________38-49 L_ L Juniata_________________38-29 W_ W at Navy________________26-46 L _ L Pittsburgh_______________35-29 W_ W Temple_________________30-31 L_L Carnegie Tech___________76-33 W_ W

1944-45

10-7 (H: 8-2; A: 2-5; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captains: None Leading Scorers: Irwin Batnick, 113; Sylvester Bozinski, 105. D 6  D 13  D 14  D 16  D 20  J 10  J 12  J 13  J 17  J 24  J 27  J 31  F 7  F 10  F 14  F 17  F 24 

Muhlenberg_________ 36-37 (OT) L_ Susquehanna____________53-12 W_ Marshall________________34-32 W_ at West Virginia___________34-39 L_ Bucknell________________32-30 W_ Mexico_________________50-29 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________57-22 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________41-58 L_ West Virginia____________53-27 W_ at Army________________28-33 L_ Colgate________________37-26 W_ at Navy________________27-60 L_ Carnegie Tech___________57-22 W_ at Colgate______________51-34 W_ Temple____________60-63 (5 OT) L_ Pittsburgh_______________53-36 W_ at Temple_______________28-39 L_

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7-9 (H: 5-2; A: 2-7; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captains: None Leading Scorer: Walter Hatkevich, 216. Susquehanna____________68-33 W_ at West Virginia (OT)_______41-42 L_ Muhlenberg_____________36-55 L_ at Carnegie Tech_________34-27 W_ Bucknell________________58-33 W_ at Muhlenberg___________38-47 L_ Temple_________________46-34 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________38-45 L_ West Virginia____________45-48 L_ at Colgate______________51-67 L_ at Bucknell______________47-28 W_ at Army________________45-46 L_ Pittsburgh_______________48-37 W_ at Navy________________33-34 L_ Colgate________________46-44 W_ at Temple_______________38-54 L_

D 4  D 7  D 11  D 14  D 18  J 4  J 8  J 11  J 15  J 18  F 1  F 7  F 8  F 12  F 15  F 22  M 1  M 8 

at Susquehanna__________57-33 W_ at Georgetown___________40-37 W_ at Bucknell__________ 34-38 (OT) L_ Washington & Jefferson_____46-48 L_ at West Virginia___________37-40 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________31-42 L_ Temple_________________62-42 W_ Muhlenberg_____________48-36 W_ at Bucknell______________52-45 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________71-45 W_ Pittsburgh_______________46-39 W_ at American_____________46-38 W_ at Temple_______________37-38 L_ Carnegie Tech___________52-32 W_ at Navy________________43-58 L_ West Virginia____________51-55 L_ Georgetown_____________42-50 L_ at Colgate______________71-68 W_

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1947-48

1944-46

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10-8 (H: 4-3; A: 6-5; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captain: David Hornstein Leading Scorers: Jack Biery, 218; Johnny Rusinko, 181; Milt Simon ,142; Nick Dietterick, 127; Jim Lawther, 101.

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9-10 (H: 6-4; A: 3-6; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captain: Jack Biery Leading Scorers: Jack Biery, 260; Milt Simon, 143; Irwin Batnick, 135. D 13  D 17  J 3  J 7  J 9  J 10  J 14  J 17  J 21  J 31  F 4  F 7  F 11  F 14  F 18  F 21  F 28  M 3  M 6 

Washington & Jefferson_____63-49 W_ Bucknell________________42-46 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________34-35 L_ American_______________45-25 W_ at Colgate______________36-35 W_ at Syracuse_____________43-49 L_ West Virginia (#5)_________50-46 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________47-39 W_ at Bucknell______________29-36 L_ Pittsburgh_______________34-42 L_ at West Virginia___________32-60 L_ Syracuse_______________40-35 W_ at Georgetown___________42-40 W_ DePauw________________68-49 W_ at Navy________________36-40 L_ at Temple_______________44-55 L_ Colgate____________ 60-61 (OT) L_ Georgetown_____________43-49 L_ Temple_________________64-62 W_

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1948-49

7-10 (H: 7-3; A: 0-7; N: 0-0) Coach: John Lawther Captain: Milt Simon Leading Scorer: Milt Simon, 177. D 4  D 14  D 15  D 18  J 8  J 15  J 19  F 2  F 5  F 9  F 12  F 19  F 23  F 25  F 26  M 2  M 5 

at Pittsburgh_____________33-40 L_ L American_______________55-59 L_ L at Georgetown___________41-49 L_ L Washington & Jefferson_____40-38 W_ W Colgate________________40-58 L_ L Carnegie Tech___________65-40 W_ W at Navy________________47-55 L_ L at West Virginia___________28-52 L_ L Syracuse_______________63-47 W_ W West Virginia____________47-49 L_ L at Temple_______________48-56 L_ L Pittsburgh_______________49-38 W_ W American_______________63-50 W_ W at Colgate______________45-67 L_ L at Syracuse_____________47-49 L_ L Temple_________________52-41 W_W Georgetown_____________61-42 W_ W


HEAD COACH

ELMER GROSS

1950-54 (5 YEARS) RECORD: 80-40 (.667) 2 NCAA (4-3); 1954 FINAL FOUR Munhall, Pa., native Elmer Gross served as John Lawther’s assistant for four years and assumed the head coaching position from Lawther following the 1948-49 season. Captain of Penn State’s 1942 NCAA team, Gross directed the Nittany Lions to an 80-40 record and two NCAA Tournament berths. He used Lawther’s sliding-zone defense and added a fast-break offense which saw the Nittany Lions top 1,000 points for the first time in 1950. His 1954 squad, paced by All-America center Jesse Arnelle, placed third in the NCAA Tournament, finishing No. 9 in the final AP poll. The Lions shocked eighth-ranked Louisiana State and ended Notre Dame’s 18-game winning streak to advance to Kansas City for the Final Four. Gross was praised for masterful use of his bench and a full-court press which confused tourney opponents. Penn State has had two teams finish in the nation’s Top 10 (1942: No. 10 Dunkel Index) and Gross was a key figure on both. A World War II Purple Heart veteran, Gross was wounded in 1944, following one of the early amphibious landings on the coast of France. He returned to PSU as a graduate assistant coach in 1945 and earned his master’s degree in 1947. He was the first coach in NCAA tourney history (1952) to also have played in the tournament (1942). Dr. Gross retired from Penn State in 1978 and returned to campus March 12, 1994, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of his NCAA Final Four team. He died in Sun City, Ariz., in 2007.

1949-50

13-10 (H: 9-2; A: 4-7; N: 0-1) Coach: Elmer Gross Captains: Marty Costa & Joe Tocci Leading Scorers: Marty Costa (13.0), Lou Lamie (10.8), Lee Schisler (8.3), Joe Tocci (7.5), Jay McMahan (5.7). D 7  D 14  D 15  D 28  D 29  D 30  J 7  J 13  J 14  J 18  J 21  J 25  J 28  F 8  F 10  F 11  F 15  F 18  F 22  F 24  F 25  M 1  M 4 

Susquehanna____________ 74-44 W_ W at Georgetown___________ 63-70 L_ L at American_____________ 67-49 W_ W Duke (4)________________ 51-48 W_ W West Virginia (4)__________ 46-41 W_W N.C. State (4) (#5 AP*)_____ 40-50 L_ L Colgate____________ 67-68 (OT) L_ L at Carnegie Tech_________ 42-57 L_ L at Washington & Jefferson___ 51-50 W_ W American_______________ 74-54 W_ W Pittsburgh_______________ 34-21 W_W at Pittsburgh_____________ 58-51 W_W Syracuse_______________ 67-61 W_W at Pennsylvania__________ 49-66 L_ L at Gettysburg________ 65-66 (OT) L_ L at Navy________________ 40-46 L _ L West Virginia____________ 82-56 W_ W Rutgers________________ 51-64 L_ L Temple_________________ 66-61 W_W at Colgate______________ 72-57 W_ W at Syracuse_____________ 44-46 L_ L at West Virginia___________ 56-59 L_ L Georgetown_____________ 65-56 W_ W

1950-51

14-9 (H: 7-3; A: 6-5; N: 1-1) Coach: Elmer Gross Captains: Lou Lamie Starters: Lou Lamie (14.5), Ted Panoplos (11.9), Jay McMahan (8.4), Hardy Williams (8.0), Frank Moore (6.1). Subs: Herm Sledzik (5.0), Joe Piorkowski (4.0). D 6  D 9  D 11  D 15  D 16  D 29  D 30  J 2  J 6  J 10  J 20  F 3  F 6  F 7  F 10  F 14  F 17  F 21  F 23  F 24  F 28  M 3  M 7 

Ithaca_________________ 70-31 W_W Syracuse_______________ 59-61 L_L at American_____________ 66-63 W_ W Rhode Island____________ 61-55 W_ W Washington & Jefferson_____ 52-55 L_ L Michigan State (5)_________ 43-51 L_L Ohio State (5)____________ 67-58 W_ W at Lawrence Tech_________ 56-67 L_ L Colgate________________ 52-55 L_ L at Bucknell______________ 25-15 W_ W Gettysburg______________ 73-52 W_ W Bucknell________________ 67-53 W_ W at Georgetown___________ 76-70 W_ W at Navy________________ 44-41 W_W West Virginia____________ 76-60 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 50-61 L_L at Rutgers______________ 73-50 W_ W American_______________ 73-54 W_ W at Colgate______________ 58-57 W_ W at Syracuse_____________ 46-50 L_ L at West Virginia___________ 68-72 L_ L Pittsburgh_______________ 64-44 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 58-61 L_L

1951-52

20-6 (H: 10-0; A: 8-4; N: 2-2) Coach: Elmer Gross Captains: Jay McMahan & Hardy Williams Starters: Jesse Arnelle (18.9), Herm Sledzik (9.2), Hardy Williams (8.4), John Sherry (6.8), Joe Piorkowski (5.6). Subs: Jay McMahan (6.5), Ron Weidenhammer (6.1), Ed Haag (3.7). D 5  D 12  D 15  D 27  D 28  J 5  J 10  J 12  J 16  J 17  J 19  J 30  J 31  F 2  F 6  F 9  F 15  F 16  F 20  F 22  F 23  F 27  M 1  M 8 

Ithaca_________________ 51-21 W_W Bucknell________________ 73-63 W_ W at Washington & Jefferson___ 46-49 L_ L Michigan (6)_____________ 62-60 W_ W Pittsburgh (6)____________ 62-40 W_ W Colgate________________ 68-51 W_W Syracuse_______________ 61-57 W_ W Carnegie Tech___________ 74-56 W_ W at Gettysburg____________ 85-70 W_ W at Dickinson_____________ 89-45 W_ W at Pittsburgh_____________ 52-45 W_ W at Navy________________ 53-49 W_ W at American_____________ 77-52 W_ W at West Virginia (#9 AP*)____ 61-60 W_ W Rutgers________________ 66-52 W_ W Georgetown_____________ 83-55 W_ W at Rhode Island__________ 72-66 W_ W at Army________________ 85-73 W_ W at Pennsylvania__________ 52-54 L_ L at Colgate__________ 63-65 (OT) L_ L at Syracuse________ 72-76 (2 OT) L_ L West Virginia (#10 AP)______ 84-65 W _ W Pittsburgh________________ 24-9 W_ W at Bucknell______________ 80-67 W_ W NCAA Tournament M 21  Kentucky (7) (#1 AP*)______ 54-82 L_ L M 22  N.C. State (7)____________ 60-69 L_ L

s Lou Lamie was captain and the leading scorer on the 1950-51 team.

s Hardy Williams was a two-year letterman and captained the 1951-52 team.

1952-53

1953-54

15-9 (H: 12-0; A: 2-7; N: 1-2) Coach: Elmer Gross Captain: Herm Sledzik Starters: Jesse Arnelle (17.0), Herm Sledzik (14.6), John Sherry (10.3), Ed Haag (7.4), Ron Weidenhammer (6.6). Subs: Joe Piorkowski (7.5), Dave Edwards (3.3), Jim Blocker (3.2). D 12  D 13  D 19  D 29  D 30  D 31  J 7  J 9  J 10  J 12  J 14  J 17  J 31  F 3  F 4  F 7  F 11  F 14  F 16  F 20  F 21  F 25  F 28  M 7 

Alfred__________________ 56-43 W_ Washington & Jefferson_____ 62-50 W_ Colgate________________ 68-55 W_ Oklahoma A & M (8) (#8 AP*)_61-68 L_ Bowling Green (8)_________ 67-56 W_ W. Kentucky (8) (#17 AP*)___ 78-91 L_ Syracuse_______________ 71-62 W_ Carnegie Tech___________ 62-51 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 56-57 L_ Gettysburg______________ 73-66 W_ at West Virginia___________ 72-82 L_ Ithaca________________ 105-47 W_ at Pennsylvania__________ 56-60 L_ at Georgetown___________ 73-70 W_ at Navy________________ 53-77 L_ at Rutgers______________ 62-74 L_ American_______________ 69-53 W_ Bucknell________________ 71-49 W_ Dickinson_______________ 56-42 W_ at Colgate__________ 60-62 (OT) L_ at Syracuse_____________ 78-74 W_ West Virginia____________ 77-57 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 73-53 W_ at Temple_______________ 54-56 L_

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18-6 (H: 9-0; A: 5-5; N: 4-1) Coach: Elmer Gross Captain: John Sherry Starters: Jesse Arnelle (26.1), Ron Weidenhammer (11.1), Bob Hoffman (10.5), Earl Fields (9.8), Jim Blocker (5.5). Subs: Jim Brewer (6.1), Dave Edwards (2.9), Bob Rohland (2.7). 1954 Final Four No. 9  in final Associated Press poll D 5  D 12  D 18  D 19  J 6  J 9  J 13  J 16  J 27  J 28  F 3  F 6  F 13  F 19  F 20  F 24  F 27  M 4  M 6 

Washington & Jefferson_____ 66-41 W_ at Pennsylvania__________ 72-67 W_ at American_____________ 65-52 W_ at N.C. State_____________ 74-89 L_ Syracuse_______________ 77-63 W_ Colgate________________ 78-58 W_ at West Virginia___________ 74-66 W_ at Navy________________ 58-62 L_ at Bucknell______________ 49-43 W_ Pittsburgh__________ 91-85 (3 OT) W_ at Gettysburg____________ 64-51 W_ West Virginia____________ 85-68 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 62-74 L_ at Colgate______________ 63-75 L_ at Syracuse_____________ 69-71 L_ Gettysburg______________ 76-62 W_ Rutgers________________ 76-59 W_ Georgetown_____________ 61-54 W_ Temple_________________ 67-52 W _ NCAA Tournament M 9  Toledo (9)_________________ 62-50 W_ M 12  LSU (10) (#14 AP*)__________ 78-70 W_ M 13  Notre Dame (10) (#6 AP*)_____ 71-63 W_ M 19  LaSalle (11) (#2 AP*)________ 54-69 L_ M 20  USC (11) (#11 AP*)__________ 70-61 W_

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HEAD COACH

JOHN EGLI

1955-68 (14 YEARS) RECORD: 187-135 (.581) 2 NCAA (1-3), 1 NIT (0-1) The all-time winningest coach in Penn State basketball history, John Egli, like his predecessor, Elmer Gross, was a John Lawther disciple. In 14 seasons at the helm, Egli guided the Nittany Lions to an overall mark of 187-135, including NCAA bids in 1955 and 1965 and an NIT berth in 1966. A native of Williamsport, Pa., Egli was a co-captain on the 1943 Penn State basketball team and was named to the NCAA East Regional all-tournament team in 1942. Egli entered military service in 1943. He received the Purple Heart after being wounded at Bastogne on Christmas Day, 1944, and was hospitalized in England for six months. In 1947, he was appointed instructor of physical education and director of the intramural and varsity athletic programs at Penn State-DuBois. Two years later, Egli was named assistant coach at University Park under Elmer Gross. After five seasons, he was elevated to head coach in 1954-55. His first team topped 2,000 points for the first time in school history. He was one of the nation’s foremost authorities on the tactics and strategy of the zone defense. His teams ran off a string of 15-5, 16-7, 20-4 and 18-6 records between 1963 and 1966. In 1962, Egli presented the sliding zone defense at the National Association of Basketball Coaches convention in Louisville, Ky. Four years later, he was installed as the fourth vice president of the NABC. His book, Sliding Zone Defenses for Winning Basketball, still is used by many coaches. Egli died in 1982. Egli has been posthumously inducted into the Pennsylvania and Clearfield County Sports Halls of Fame.

1954-55

1955-56

18-10 (H: 11-1; A: 5-6; N: 2-3) Coach: John Egli Captains: Jesse Arnelle & Ron Weidenhammer Starters: Jesse Arnelle (26.1), Ron Weidenhammer (11.1), Bob Hoffman (10.5), Earl Fields (9.8), Jim Blocker (5.5). Subs: Rudy Marisa (7.1), Dave Edwards (3.6), Bob Rohland (2.4). D 4  D 9  D 11  D 15  D 17  D 18  D 27  D 28  D 30  J 5  J 8  J 12  J 14  J 15  J 19  J 29  F 2  F 5  F 9  F 12  F 18  F 19  F 23  F 26  M 2 

Dickinson_______________ 81-63 W_ at N.C. State (#4 AP*)______ 77-99 L_ Carnegie Tech___________ 91-75 W_ Colgate_______________ 110-75 W_ Gettysburg______________ 97-61 W_ Rutgers_______________ 106-69 W_ Wayne (12)______________ 66-71 L_ Toledo (12)______________ 71-53 W_ at Michigan State_________ 74-85 L_ Bucknell________________ 94-45 W_ Navy__________________ 84-64 W_ Syracuse______________ 107-85 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 56-66 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 66-76 L_ at Lehigh___________81-75 (OT) W_ at Temple_________ 84-80 (2  OT) W_ at W. Virginia (#19 AP*)_ 77-68 (OT) W_ Lehigh_________________ 78-37 W_ West Virginia (#19 AP*)_____ 84-58 W_ at Washington & Jefferson___ 90-71 W_ at Colgate______________ 56-69 L_ at Syracuse_____________ 60-83 L_ at Rutgers______________ 83-64 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 77-71 W_ Pennsylvania____________ 79-85 L_ NCAA Tournament M 8  Memphis State (13)__________ 59-55 W_ M 11  Iowa (14) (#5 AP*)__________ 53-82 L_ M 12  Kentucky (14) (#2 AP*)_______ 59-84 L_

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D 3  D 7  D 10  D 14  D 17  D 27  D 28  J 3  J 7  J 11  J 13  J 14  J 18  F 1  F 4  F 6  F 8  F 10  F 11  F 15  F 17  F 18  F 22  F 25  F 29  M 3 

s Head coach John Egli, the all-time leader in wins at Penn State, with late 1950’s stars Wally Colender (middle) and Mark DuMars (right).

at N.C. State (#2 AP*)______ 42-78 L_ at Dickinson_____________ 80-66 W_ at DePaul_______________ 62-84 L_ Rutgers_______________ 102-78 W_ Colgate________________ 83-75 W_ Detroit (12)______________ 58-91 L_ Toledo (12)______________ 78-66 W_ Carnegie Tech___________ 62-69 L_ at Lehigh_______________ 54-39 W_ Syracuse_______________ 64-71 L_ at West Virginia (#20 AP*)___ 79-81 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 60-78 L_ at Bucknell______________ 74-81 L_ at Navy________________ 70-65 W_ Boston U._______________ 84-67 W_ Lehigh_________________ 88-64 W_ West Virginia (#20 AP*)_____ 73-76 L _ at Temple (#15 AP*)_______ 58-77 L_ at Pennsylvania__________ 72-79 L_ Bucknell________________ 79-66 W_ at Syracuse_____________ 66-75 L_ at Colgate______________ 64-74 L_ at Army________________ 70-66 W_ at Rutgers______________ 82-72 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 76-66 W_ Pittsburgh______________ 90-100 L_

8-11 (H: 5-3; A: 3-8; N: 0-0) Coach: John Egli Captains: Steve Baidy & Ron Rainey Starters: Ron Rainey (15.4), Bob Edwards (12.8), Steve Baidy (8.0), Ted Kubista (6.6), Tom Hancock (5.4). Subs: Wally Colender (11.3), Paul Sweetland (3.5). L W L W W L W L W L L L L W W W L L L W L L W W W L

1956-57

15-10 (H: 9-2; A: 4-7; N: 2-1) Coach: John Egli Captain: Bob Leisler Starters: Ron Rainey (15.1), Bob Edwards (14.1), Steve Baidy (11.1), Bob Leisher (9.2), Bob Ramsay (5.5). Subs: Greg Schwendeman (4.4), Tom Hancock (4.2). D 1  D 5  D 8  D 12  D 15  D 27  D 28  D 29  J 5  J 7  J 9  J 12  J 16  J 26  J 30  F 2  F 6  F 13  F 15  F 16  F 20  F 22  F 23  F 27  M 2 

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1957-58

12-14 (H: 5-4; A: 6-9; N: 1-1) Coach: John Egli Captains: Earl Fields & Bob Hoffman Starters: Earl Fields (14.1), Bob Hoffman (14.1), Rudy Marisa (13.6), Bob Ramsay (7.6), Norm Hall (7.0). Subs: Steve Baidy (8.1), Bob Leisher (7.6), Ron Rainey (4.3).

Carnegie Tech___________ 80-51 W_ Rutgers________________ 90-58 W_ at N.C. State_____________ 60-66 L_ at West Virginia (#7 AP*)____ 66-81 L_ Colgate________________ 51-44 W_ Richmond (15)___________ 64-60 W_ Pennsylvania (15)_________ 89-59 W_ Lafayette (15)____________ 59-64 L_ Carnegie Tech___________ 52-40 W_ Gettysburg______________ 86-50 W_ Temple_________________ 62-53 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 75-66 W_ Syracuse_______________ 45-75 L_ at Rutgers_________ 78-77 (2 OT) W_ at Lehigh___________ 67-72 (OT) L_ at Army________________ 61-49 W_ at Navy________________ 48-53 L_ Bucknell________________ 59-56 W_ at Pennsylvania__________ 68-77 L_ West Virginia (#7 AP*)______ 80-65 W_ at Bucknell______________ 56-70 L_ at Colgate______________ 75-74 W_ at Syracuse_____________ 55-66 L_ Lehigh_________________ 72-38 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 65-80 L_

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D 7  D 10  D 11  D 14  J 4  J 8  J 10  J 11  J 25  J 28  F 1  F 5  F 12  F 15  F 19  F 21  F 22  M 1  M 5 

at N.C. State (#20 AP*)____ 62-80  L_L at Carnegie Tech________ 47-35  W_W at West Virginia (#1 AP*)___ 50-84  L_L Colgate_______________ 71-58  W_W Rutgers_______________ 77-58  W_W at Temple (#5 AP*)_______ 45-64  L_L at Lehigh______________ 75-70  W_W at Rutgers_____________ 63-64  L_L Pittsburgh______________ 64-71  L_L at Navy_______________ 53-58  L_L Gettysburg_____________ 87-61  W_W Pennsylvania___________ 71-70  W_W Syracuse______________ 66-60  W_W West Virginia (#1  AP)_____ 71-74  L_L Bucknell_______________ 56-63  L_L at Syracuse____________ 31-45  L_L at Colgate_____________ 83-76  W_W at Pittsburgh____________ 59-61  L_L at Bucknell_________ 73-75 (OT)  L _ L

1958-59

11-9 (H: 8-2; A: 1-7; N: 2-0) Coach: John Egli Captains: None Starters: Mark DuMars (16.8), Wally Colender (16.1), Bob Edwards (12.8), Tom Hancock (7.8), Paul Sweetland (6.5). Subs: Ted Kubista (18.8), John Musser (2.8). D 1  D 6  D 16  D 20  D 29  D 30  J 8  J 10  J 13  J 24  F 3  F 7  F 11  F 14  F 20  F 21  F 24  F 27  F 28  M 7 

at N.C. State (#6 AP*)_____ 54-70  L_L at West Virginia (#10 AP*)__ 63-78  L_L Gettysburg_____________ 71-60  W_W Colgate_______________ 78-54  W_W Georgetown (15)_________ 88-74  W_W Richmond (15)__________ 61-54  W_W West Virginia(#10 AP*)_81-89 (OT)  L_ L at Rutgers_____________ 64-69  L_L Bucknell_______________ 67-80  L_L Pittsburgh______________ 67-58  W_W Temple________________ 70-36  W_W Syracuse______________ 81-72  W_W at Navy___________ 58-68 (OT)  L_ L Rutgers_______________ 74-56  W_W at Colgate_____________ 71-51  W_W at Syracuse____________ 75-90  L_L Lehigh________________ 88-52  W_W Carnegie Tech__________ 64-59  W_W at Pittsburgh____________ 65-84  L_L at Bucknell_____________ 69-74  L_L


1959-60

1961-62

11-11 (H: 7-2; A: 3-8; N: 1-1) Coach: John Egli Captain: Wally Colender Starters: Mark DuMars (21.3), Wally Colender (15.0), Gene Harris (9.9), Paul Sweetland (7.7), Jake Trueblood (7.6). Subs: Bill Saul (6.1), John Phillips (3.9). D 1  D 5  D 12  D 15  D 19  D 28  D 29  J 5  J 9  J 12  J 23  J 30  F 2  F 6  F 10  F 13  F 19  F 20  F 25  F 27  M 4  M 5 

at N.C. State_____________ 53-65 L_ at Purdue_______________ 54-63 L_ at West Virginia (#5 AP*)___ 74-104 L_ Syracuse_______________ 80-75 W_ Colgate________________ 67-69 L_ Temple (16)_____________ 50-60 L_ Duquesne (16)___________ 72-69 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 76-66 W_ West Virginia (#5 AP*)______ 73-75 L_ at Bucknell______________ 71-56 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 75-65 W_ Carnegie Tech___________ 77-73 W_ Bucknell________________ 62-60 W_ Gettysburg______________ 77-62 W_ at Navy________________ 71-87 L_ Rutgers________________ 96-61 W_ at Colgate__________ 75-84 (OT) L_ at Syracuse_____________ 60-61 L_ Lehigh_________________ 76-58 W_ at Pittsburgh_________ 63-64 (OT) L_ at Temple_______________ 68-79 L_ at Rutgers______________ 85-59 W_

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12-11 (H: 8-2; A: 4-6; N: 0-3) Coach: John Egli Captain: Gene Harris Starters: Gene Harris (18.7), John Mitchell (12.7), Earl Hoffman (11.6), John Phillips (6.9), Bob Donato (5.5). Subs: Ulo Kart (5.1), Charles Marin (3.5), Bob Hutchinson (1.7). D 2  D 5  D 8  D 9  D 16  D 19  D 23  D 26  D 27  D 28  J 3  J 6  J 9  J 13  J 16  J 20  F 6  F 13  F 17  F 20  F 24  F 28  M 3 

Maryland_______________ 71-65 W_ Lehigh_________________ 73-48 W_ at Syracuse_____________ 77-60 W_ at Colgate______________ 71-59 W_ West Virginia (#15 AP*)_____ 67-79 L_ Syracuse_______________ 53-44 W_ at Ohio State (#1 AP*)______ 49-92 L_ Iowa (19)_______________ 48-67 L_ Holy Cross (19)___________ 66-79 L_ Niagara (19)_________ 70-77 (OT) L_ at Duke (#10 AP*)_________ 55-95 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 74-62 W_ Bucknell________________ 61-50 W_ Navy__________________ 67-79 L_ Colgate________________ 80-65 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 52-45 W_ Gettysburg______________ 60-43 W_ at Bucknell______________ 68-69 L_ Army__________________ 49-36 W_ at West Virginia (#15 AP*)___ 60-79 L_ Pittsburgh_______________ 63-55 W_ at Temple_______________ 60-75 L_ at Rutgers______________ 62-67 L_

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1960-61

11-13 (H: 7-2; A: 4-9; N: 0-2) Coach: John Egli Captain: Mark DuMars Starters: Gene Harris (15.4), Mark DuMars (15.2), John Mitchell (11.5), Jake Trueblood (10.4), Earl Hoffman (8.5). Subs: John Phillips (4.0), Don Wilson (2.7). D 1  D 3  D 6  D 9  D 10  D 20  D 27  D 28  J 5  J 7  J 10  J 12  J 14  F 4  F 7  F 11  F 14  F 17  F 18  F 21  F 25  F 28  M 1  M 4 

at Maryland_____________ 47-64 L_ Purdue_________________ 63-59 W_ at Lehigh_______________ 66-50 W_ Duke (17) (#10 AP*)_______ 46-69 L_ Wake Forest (17) (#15 AP*)__ 78-84 L_ at Syracuse_____________ 77-58 W_ Evansville (18)___________ 75-74 W_ Denver (18)_____________ 50-58 L _ Colgate________________ 78-68 W_ Carnegie Tech___________ 72-67 W_ at Bucknell______________ 67-71 L_ at Gettysburg____________ 76-58 W_ at Army________________ 46-56 L_ at Navy________________ 56-58 L_ at Bucknell______________ 65-63 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 73-59 W_ West Virginia (#9 AP*)______ 78-80 L_ at Colgate______________ 72-80 L_ at Syracuse_____________ 61-63 L_ at West Virginia (#9 AP*)____ 68-71 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 53-57 L_ Temple_________________ 63-56 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 57-70 L_ Rutgers________________ 79-70 W_

1962-63

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15-5 (H: 6-2; A: 8-2; N: 1-1) Coach: John Egli Captains: Earl Hoffman & John Mitchell Starters: Earl Hoffman (21.7), Bob Weiss (15.3), Bob Donato (11.4), Ron Avillion (8.1), Tom Malinchak (5.5). Subs: Terry Hoover (6.7). D 1  D 4  D 8  D 11  D 22  D 28  D 29  J 5  J 8  J 11  J 12  J 16  J 26  J 31  F 9  F 12  F 16  F 20  F 23  M 2 

at Maryland_____________ 62-61 W_ at Lehigh_______________ 77-49 W_ Syracuse_______________ 67-54 W_ Colgate________________ 62-40 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 48-68 L_ Marshall (20)____________ 75-65 W_ Miami (O.) (20)___________ 66-73 L_ Temple_________________ 78-51 W_ at Bucknell__________ 88-83 (OT) W_ at Colgate______________ 78-70 W_ at Syracuse_____________ 59-49 W_ at West Virginia (#16 UPI*)__ 73-89 L_ Bucknell________________ 90-75 W_ Carnegie Tech___________ 75-64 W_ at Navy________________ 79-67 W_ at Gettysburg____________ 72-54 W_ at Army________________ 75-68 W_ West Virginia (#16 UPI*)____ 82-83 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 67-83 L_ Rutgers________________ 75-72 W_

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s The Rec Hall crowd carried Jeff Persson off on its shoulders following a big 1960’s win.

1963-64

1964-65

16-7 (H: 8-0; A: 6-7; N: 2-0) Coach: John Egli Captain: Bob Donato Starters: Bob Weiss (17.0), Bob Donato (13.4), Carver Clinton (13.1), Ray Saunders (10.5), Ron Avillion (7.7). Subs: Tom Malinchak (7.3), Terry Hoover (3.7), Jerry Roseboro (3.5). N 30  D 2  D 7  D 14  D 27  D 28  D 30  J 11  J 15  J 17  J 18  J 25  J 29  F 1  F 5  F 8  F 12  F 19  F 22  F 26  F 29  M 4  M 7 

at Duke (#3 AP*)__________ 62-92 L_ at N.C. State_____________ 60-64 L_ Maryland_______________ 91-62 W_ Syracuse_______________ 95-76 W_ Western Michigan (12)__ 97-92 (OT) W_ Detroit (12)______________ 88-83 W_ at Toledo_______________ 65-81 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 60-69 L_ at West Virginia___________ 63-84 L_ at Syracuse_____________ 82-84 L_ at Colgate_____________ 104-75 W_ Lehigh_________________ 79-40 W_ Colgate________________ 86-62 W_ at Temple_______________ 79-65 W_ Bucknell________________ 80-52 W_ at Navy________________ 83-63 W_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 76-51 W_ West Virginia____________ 86-76 W_ at Army________________ 37-46 L_ Gettysburg______________ 85-46 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 78-63 W_ at Bucknell______________ 85-46 W_ at Rutgers______________ 91-82 W_

20-4 (H: 9-0; A: 9-2; N: 2-2) Coach: John Egli Captains: Ron Avillion & Bob Weiss Starters: Carver Clinton (17.1), Bob Weiss (16.4), Jim Reed (13.4), Ray Saunders (10.6), Ron Avillion (8.5). Subs: Paul Mickey (5.4), Terry Hoover (3.1). L L W W W W L L L L W W W W W W W W L W W W W

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at Maryland_____________ 71-72 L_ Syracuse (#7 AP)_________ 81-59 W_ at Kansas_______________ 50-48 W_ at Kansas State__________ 60-59 W_ at Gettysburg____________ 53-39 W_ at Temple_______________ 73-63 W_ NYU (21)_______________ 73-82 L_ Houston (12)____________ 59-57 W_ Detroit (12)______________ 75-73 W_ at Duke (#10 AP*)________ 88-121 L_ Carnegie Tech___________ 69-36 W_ at West Virginia___________ 80-79 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 59-40 W_ Colgate________________ 95-65 W_ West Virginia____________ 89-72 W_ Navy__________________ 84-56 W_ at Bucknell______________ 79-61 W_ Army__________________ 59-44 W_ at Colgate______________ 85-76 W_ at Syracuse_____________ 70-62 W_ Bucknell________________ 68-52 W _ at Pittsburgh_____________ 83-72 W_ Rutgers________________ 88-75 W_ NCAA Tournament M 8  Princeton (22)____________ 58-60 L_

PENN STATE BASKETBALL ˜ 183

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1965-66

1967-68

18-6 (H: 9-0; A: 7-5; N: 2-1) Coach: John Egli Captains: Carver Clinton & Ray Saunders Starters: Carver Clinton (18.9), Jeff Persson (13.7), Jim Reed (11.9), Ray Saunders (10.5), Paul Mickey (10.0). Subs: Leon Mickens (4.5), Jerry Roseboro (3.0). D 1  Maryland_______________ 65-61 W_ D 4  Gettysburg______________ 81-63 W_ D 14  at Buffalo_______________ 68-60 W_ D 16  at Syracuse (#16 UPI*)____ 79-103 L_ D 18  at Colgate______________ 75-74 W_ D 27  at N.C. State_____________ 70-69 W_ D 29  Alabama (23)____________ 68-66 W_ D 30  Florida (23)______________ 54-52 W_ J 3  at Duke (#2 AP*)__________ 58-83 L_ J 8  at Carnegie Tech_________ 72-52 W_ J 12  Bucknell________________ 95-55 W_ J 15  at West Virginia___________ 64-73 L_ J 22  Pittsburgh_______________ 66-62 W_ J 29  Temple_________________ 79-73 W_ F 5  at Army________________ 39-59 L_ F 8  Kent State______________ 94-72 W_ F 12  at Navy________________ 66-59 W_ F 16  West Virginia___________ 108-81 W_ F 19  Colgate________________ 90-70 W_ F 23  at Bucknell______________ 66-57 W_ F 26  at Pittsburgh_____________ 89-57 W_ F 28  Syracuse (#16 UPI*)_______ 80-79 W_ M 5  at Rutgers______________ 61-71 L_ National invitation Tournament M 12  San Francisco (3)_________ 77-89 L_

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Maryland_______________ 76-71 W_ at Syracuse_________ 89-90 (OT) L_ at Colgate______________ 82-76 W_ at Bucknell______________ 68-83 L_ Boston College (25)________ 58-87 L_ Syracuse (25)____________ 73-83 L_ Kent State______________ 52-50 W_ Gettysburg______________ 84-47 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 66-43 W_ West Virginia____________ 66-88 L_ at West Virginia___________ 63-77 L_ at Army (#16 UPI*)________ 55-73 L_ Temple_________________ 81-68 W_ Syracuse_______________ 79-76 W_ at Navy________________ 64-65 L_ at Carnegie Tech_________ 70-45 W_ Colgate________________ 87-72 W_ Bucknell____________ 73-74 (OT) L_ Pittsburgh_______________ 77-68 W_ at Rutgers______________ 83-97 L_

HEAD COACH

JOHN BACH

1969-78 (10 YEARS) RECORD: 122-121 (.502

1966-67

10-14 (H: 6-3; A: 4-7; N: 0-4) Coach: John Egli Captains: Joe McGovern & Paul Mickey Starters: Jeff Persson (17.6), Bill Stansfield (15.9), Paul Mickey (11.5), Joe McGovern (6.6), Bill Young (5.3). Subs: Jim Linden (6.6), Gary Hayes (6.3). D 1  at Maryland_____________ 53-76 L_ D 3  at North Carolina (#4 AP*)___ 63-93 L_ D 10  Carnegie Tech___________ 64-57 W_ D 12  Bucknell________________ 65-58 W_ D 16  at Syracuse_____________ 72-77 L_ D 17  at Colgate______________ 98-84 W_ D 22  Kansas State (24)_________ 59-83 L_ D 23  Oregon State (24)____ 61-64 (2 OT) L_ D 28  Virginia Tech (23)_________ 65-67 L_ D 29  Georgia (23)_____________ 82-90 L_ J 3  at Duke (#19 UPI*)________ 84-89 L_ J 7  at Kent State____________ 70-62 W_ J 11  at Temple_______________ 59-63 L_ J 14  Pittsburgh_______________ 84-44 W_ J 21  West Virginia___________ 102-99 W_ J 28  at Gettysburg________ 78-72 (OT) W_ F 1  Syracuse_______________ 73-90 L_ F 4  Army__________________ 67-57 W_ F 11  Navy__________________ 64-68 L _ F 14  at West Virginia___________ 67-83 L_ F 18  Colgate________________ 79-55 W _ F 22  at Bucknell______________ 62-65 L_ F 25  at Pittsburgh_____________ 87-73 W_ M 4  Rutgers________________ 76-88 L_

1968-69

10-10 (H: 7-2; A: 3-6; N: 0-2) Coach: John Egli Captain: Jeff Persson Starters: Jeff Persson (17.0), Tom Daley (15.3), Bill Stansfield (11.3), Bill Young (9.1), Jim Linden (7.9). Subs: Galen Godbey (8.3), Gregg Hamilton (7.9).

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184 ˜ PENN STATE BASKETBALL

A 1948 Fordham graduate, John Bach was considered one of the giants in the coaching profession. He arrived at Penn State in 1968, after 18 seasons as head coach and 11 years as athletic director at his alma mater. A schoolboy star at St. John’s Prep in Brooklyn, N.Y., Bach’s collegiate playing career was interrupted by World War II and four years of service as a Naval officer. He played two seasons of professional basketball with the Boston Celtics and Hartford before returning to Fordham as head coach. He guided the Rams to an overall mark of 292193 and appearances in two NCAA Tournaments and five NITs. At Penn State, Bach’s teams were renowned for their pressure man-to-man defense with four squads ranked in the nation’s top 20 in scoring defense. His teams posted back-to-back records of 17-8 and 15-8 in 1972 and 1973 respectively, behind Brooklyn native Ron Brown. He coached Penn State through 1977-78. Bach served as Henry Iba’s assistant at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, when the U.S. lost the controversial title game to the Soviet Union. Following a stint as head coach of the Golden State Warriors (1983-86), he served as an assistant coach to Phil Jackson and the three-time NBA champion (1991-93) Chicago Bulls. Bach was inducted into the NIT Hall of Fame in March, 1995.

1970-71

13-9 (H: 7-2; A: 5-5; N: 1-2) Coach: John Bach Captain: Bill Stansfield Starters: Tom Daley (14.2), Bill Stansfield (14.1), Willie Bryant (11.8), Bill Young (8.9), Bruce Mello (8.4). Subs: Jim Linden (3.4), Mike Egleston (2.0). W L W L L L W W W L L L W W L W W L W L

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at Maryland_____________ 56-66 L_ at Kent State____________ 63-49 W_ at Buffalo___________ 60-66 (OT) L_ at Syracuse_____________ 51-71 L_ at Bucknell______________ 79-60 W_ LaSalle (19) (#2 AP*)______ 55-70 L_ Niagara (19)_____________ 77-74 W_ DePaul (19)_____________ 68-83 L_ Georgetown_________ 52-50 (OT) W_ at Gettysburg____________ 67-56 W_ Carnegie Mellon__________ 82-55 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 65-50 W_ West Virginia____________ 64-62 W_ Army__________________ 54-64 L_ Syracuse_______________ 64-58 W_ Bucknell________________ 68-66 W_ Navy__________________ 61-57 W_ at Temple_______________ 50-70 L_ Boston College (#16 AP*)___ 63-67 L_ at West Virginia___________ 81-67 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 57-49 W_ at Rutgers______________ 57-59 L_

10-12 (H: 9-3; A: 1-7; N: 0-2) Coach: John Bach Captains: Willie Bryant & Bruce Mello Starters: Bill Kunze (16.7), Bruce Mello (11.8), Chuck Crist (10.4), Paul Neumayer (9.5), Ron Kodish (9.1). Subs: Bob Fittin (5.5), Bob Hodgson (4.4). L W L L W L W L W W W W W L W W W L L W W L

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Bucknell________________ 85-55 W_ at Cornell_______________ 59-69 L_ Columbia___________ 63-71 (OT) L_ at Syracuse_____________ 81-92 L_ Boston College___________ 66-63 W_ North Carolina (27) (#13 AP*)_57-73 L_ Duke (27)_______________ 56-67 L_ Seton Hall__________ 77-76 (OT) W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 62-75 L_ West Virginia____________ 62-71 L_ Army__________________ 65-48 W_ Princeton_______________ 70-62 W_ at Gettysburg____________ 68-54 W_ Syracuse_______________ 64-68 L_ George Washington_______ 94-61 W_ at Temple_______________ 58-61 L_ Navy__________________ 73-62 W_ Georgetown_____________ 84-75 W_ at West Virginia__________ 89-101 L_ Pittsburgh_______________ 71-65 W_ at Kent State________ 85-86 (OT) L_ at Rutgers______________ 70-84 L_

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1971-72

17-8 (H: 9-2; A: 7-2; N: 1-4) Coach: John Bach Captain: Chuck Crist Starters: Ron Brown (18.1), Chuck Crist (10.9), Jim Dashield (10.3), Ed Chubb (9.3), Dan Tarr (6.3). Subs: Bob Fittin (8.2), Bill Kunze (5.8).

1969-70

13-11 (H: 10-0; A: 2-10; N: 1-1) Coach: John Bach Captain: Tom Daley Starters: Tom Daley (15.3), Bob Fittin (14.5), Willie Bryant (11.6), Ron Kodish (10.5), Mike Egleston (5.5). Subs: Chuck Crist (4.5), Bruce Mello (4.4). D 3  D 16  D 19  D 20  D 29  D 30  J 3  J 7  J 13  J 15  J 17  J 21  J 24  J 27  J 31  F 4  F 7  F 11  F 14  F 18  F 21  F 28  M 3  M 7 

Kent State______________ 61-57 W_ at Boston College_________ 67-63 W_ at Syracuse_____________ 69-80 L_ at Columbia_____________ 58-76 L_ Georgetown (26)__________ 71-86 L_ Rochester (26) ___________ 83-60 W_ at Duke________________ 43-93 L_ Seton Hall______________ 61-52 W_ at Princeton_____________ 38-77 L_ Temple_________________ 65-57 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 47-61 L_ West Virginia____________ 81-69 W_ at Army________________ 54-71 L_ Cornell_________________ 83-67 W_ Gettysburg______________ 86-56 W_ Syracuse______________ 103-95 W_ at George Washington______ 73-76 L_ Bucknell________________ 77-62 W_ at Navy________________ 79-71 W_ at West Virginia___________ 57-58 L_ Pittsburgh_______________ 61-48 W_ at Georgetown___________ 66-73 L_ at Bucknell______________ 54-57 L_ Rutgers________________ 65-62 W_

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D 1  D 3  D 4  D 7  D 15  D 17  D 18  D 27  D 28  D 29  J 8  J 15  J 19  J 22  J 29  F 2  F 5  F 7  F 12  F 16  F 19  F 23  F 26  F 29  M 4 

at Bucknell______________ 84-70 W_ Princeton_______________ 72-70 W_ Cornell_________________ 99-75 W_ at Columbia_____________ 73-50 W_ at Syracuse_____________ 70-73 L _ Tennessee (28)___________ 55-57 L_ Colorado State (28)________ 63-70 L_ Providence (25)__________ 65-81 L_ Utah (25)_______________ 80-69 W_ Syracuse (25)____________ 77-92 L_ Seton Hall______________ 76-68 W_ West Virginia____________ 77-64 W_ Gettysburg______________ 85-53 W_ at Army________________ 65-72 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 74-62 W_ Syracuse___________ 81-76 (OT) W_ at Georgetown___________ 63-62 W_ Temple_________________ 66-68 L_ at Navy________________ 68-59 W_ Virginia (#6 AP)__________ 86-74 W_ at Boston College_________ 68-64 W_ at West Virginia___________ 80-79 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 70-78 L_ Kent State______________ 61-51 W_ Rutgers________________ 77-66 W_

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1972-73

EASTERN COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL LEAGUE

15-8 (H: 9-1; A: 5-5; N: 1-2) Coach: John Bach Captains: Ed Chubb Starters: Randy Meister (14.7), Ron Brown (13.0), Kevin Burke (10.7), Jon Marshall (9.8), Keenan Preston (5.7). Subs: Ed Chubb (5.1), Bill Kunze (2.4). N 29  D 2  D 5  D 13  D 16  D 18  D 20  D 27  D 28  D 29  J 6  J 10  J 13  J 20  J 27  J 31  F 3  F 7  F 10  F 17  F 19  F 24  M 3 

at Princeton_____________ 64-57 W_ Bucknell________________ 61-48 W_ at Cornell_______________ 65-74 L_ Duquesne______________ 59-56 W_ Boston College___________ 65-63 W_ at Kent State____________ 49-46 W_ at Syracuse (#14 AP*)______ 62-73 L_ Florida State (8)__________ 60-70 L_ Texas A & M (8)__________ 55-62 L_ St. Francis (Pa.) (8)________ 84-64 W_ at Seton Hall_____________ 71-57 W_ Columbia_______________ 61-52 W_ West Virginia____________ 77-62 W_ Army__________________ 78-45 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 53-63 L_ Syracuse (#14 AP*)________ 72-68 W_ Georgetown_____________ 74-64 W_ at Temple_______________ 64-49 W_ Navy__________________ 73-53 W_ at Virginia_______________ 74-85 L_ at West Virginia_______ 62-59 (OT) W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 49-58 L_ at Rutgers______________ 52-81 L_

1976-77 (1 YEAR)

1976-77

11-15; 5-5 ECBL (H: 7-4; A: 4-8; N: 0-3) Coach: John Bach Captains: Kevin Cadle & Chris Erichsen Starters: Chris Erichsen (17.1), Jeff Miller (13.3), Carvin Jefferson (10.5), Steve Kuhn (8.7), Walter Young (8.5). Subs: Rob O’Conor (8.4), Bill Dankos (5.5), Tom Wilkinson (3.0).

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D 1  at Massachusetts_____ 72-70 (OT) W_ D 4  at N.C. State_____________ 61-87 L_ D 7  Muhlenberg_____________ 64-46 W_ D 9  at Kent State____________ 70-73 L_ D 11  at Marquette (#7 AP*)______ 49-79 L_ D 13  at Syracuse (#6 AP*)______ 63-101 L_ D 17  Memphis State (34)________ 69-77 L_ D 18  South Florida (34)_________ 62-66 L_ D 21  St. Francis (Pa.)__________ 87-80 W_ J 3  Colgate________________ 98-59 W_ J 5  at Rutgers______________ 72-89 L_ J 8  at West Virginia___________ 72-92 L_ J 10  at Duquesne_____________ 74-86 L_ J 12  Syracuse (#6 AP*)________ 66-82 L_ J 14  George Washington___ 88-91 (OT) L_ J 18  at Delaware_____________ 74-73 W_ J 22  Villanova_______________ 65-78 L_ J 26  at Gettysburg____________ 54-41 W_ J 29  Pittsburgh_______________ 74-60 W_ F 3  Army__________________ 56-60 L_ F 9  at Temple_______________ 66-86 L_ F 12  Navy__________________ 77-64 W_ F 16  West Virginia____________ 81-69 W_ F 19  at Pittsburgh_____________ 79-77 W_ F 23  Duquesne______________ 73-70 W_ Eastern Eight Tournament M 2  Duquesne (35)___________ 55-65 L_

1973-74

14-12 (H: 7-3; A: 4-7; N: 3-2) Coach: John Bach Captains: Ron Brown Starters: Ron Brown (17.4), Randy Meister (12.7), Jon Marshall (8.4), Tom Doaty (8.0), Kevin Burke (6.3). Subs: Jim Ouderkirk (6.6), Dave Angstadt (4.4). D 1  D 5  D 8  D 14  D 15  D 18  D 19  D 21  D 26  D 27  D 28  J 12  J 14  J 16  J 19  J 26  J 27  J 30  F 2  F 6  F 9  F 16  F 20  F 23  F 26  M 2 

at Bucknell______________ 70-57 W_ Virginia________________ 93-68 W_ at Ohio State____________ 65-72 L_ Seattle (29)_____________ 60-62 L_ Dartmouth (29)_______ 72-67 (OT) W_ at Colgate__________ 41-42 (OT) L_ at Syracuse_____________ 55-59 L_ Kent State______________ 62-53 W_ Fordham (19)________ 73-67 (OT) W _ California (19)____________ 63-64 L_ Cincinnati (19)_______ 74-66 (OT) W_ at West Virginia___________ 71-55 W_ Princeton_______________ 62-50 W_ Delaware_______________ 75-63 W_ at Army________________ 53-43 W_ at Duquesne_____________ 73-63 W_ at Pittsburgh (#16 AP*)_____ 61-83 L_ Syracuse_______________ 61-55 W_ at Georgetown___________ 58-63 L_ Temple_________________ 48-50 L_ at Navy________________ 33-52 L_ at Boston College_________ 72-86 L_ West Virginia____________ 83-63 W_ Pittsburgh (#7 AP)_________ 66-64 W_ Ohio U.________________ 69-78 L_ Rutgers________________ 62-81 L_

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1975-76

11-12 (H: 6-5; A: 2-6; N: 3-1) Coach: John Bach Captains: Kevin Burke & Randy Meister Starters: Randy Meister (15.0), Kevin Burke (12.9), Jim Ouderkirk (12.8), Dave Angstadt (7.7), Tom Doaty (6.7). Subs: Chris Erichsen (8.9), Kevin Cadle (5.4). D 6  D 7  D 10  D 17  D 27  D 27  J 4  J 8  J 11  J 15  J 18  J 22  J 25  J 29  F 1  F 8  F 12  F 15  F 17  F 19  F 22  M 1  M 4 

Oregon (30)_____________ 40-76 L_ Pittsburgh (30)___________ 88-79 W_ Bucknell____________ 88-83 (OT) W_ at Syracuse (#6 AP*)_______ 71-75 L_ Jacksonville (23)__________ 75-73 W_ Memphis State (23)________ 61-54 W_ Boston College___________ 71-82 L_ at Kent State____________ 59-61 L_ West Virginia____________ 59-63 L_ at Virginia_______________ 50-73 L_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 56-84 L_ Muhlenberg_____________ 81-67 W_ St. Francis (Pa.)__________ 94-74 W_ Syracuse (#6 AP*)________ 88-84 W_ Georgetown_____________ 66-77 L_ Navy__________________ 64-66 L_ at Temple_______________ 53-62 L_ Army__________________ 81-64 W_ Colgate________________ 73-59 W_ at West Virginia___________ 66-65 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 69-76 L_ at Delaware_____________ 80-73 W_ at Ohio U._______________ 71-79 L_

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10-15 (H: 5-5; A: 3-5; N: 2-5) Coach: John Bach Captains: Dave Angstadt, Tom Doaty & Jim Ouderkirk Starters: Chris Erichsen (17.4), Jim Ouderkirk (13.3), Carvin Jefferson (7.2), Dave Angstadt (6.5), Jeff Miller (5.1). Subs: Tom Doaty (9.1), Harvey Wooten (6.4). D 2  D 4  D 7  D 9  D 16  D 19  D 20  D 26  D 27  J 2  J 3  J 11  J 14  J 17  J 19  J 24  J 27  J 30  J 31  F 4  F 11  F 14  F 18  F 21  F 28 

at Lehigh_______________ 93-45 W_ Delaware_______________ 66-61 W_ Ohio State______________ 74-68 W_ Virginia (#18 AP*)_________ 66-79 L_ Kent State______________ 65-63 W_ at Syracuse_____________ 82-90 L_ at Colgate______________ 70-54 W_ Minnesota (31)___________ 70-86 L_ Butler (31)______________ 50-63 L_ Harvard (32)_____________ 63-55 W _ George Washington (32)____ 69-78 L_ at St. Francis (Pa.)________ 79-68 W_ at Bucknell______________ 64-69 L_ Muhlenberg_____________ 91-61 W_ Gettysburg______________ 88-54 W_ West Virginia____________ 64-69 L_ at Georgetown___________ 63-71 L_ Duquesne (33)___________ 70-76 L_ Pittsburgh (33)___________ 52-71 L_ Temple_________________ 76-77 L_ Syracuse______________ 93-100 L_ at Navy___________ 81-83 (2 OT) L_ at West Virginia__________ 87-103 L_ Pittsburgh_______________ 61-65 L_ Fairfield (3)______________ 76-68 W_

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s Steve Kuhn was a standout in the 1970’s and captained the 1979-80 team.

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EASTERN EIGHT

DICK HARTER

1977-79 (2 YEARS)

1979-83 (5 YEARS) RECORD: 79-61 (.564) NIT (0-1)

1977-78

W/L: 8-19; 4-6 E8 (H: 5-7; A: 2-9; N: 1-3) Coach: John Bach Captain: Jeff Miller Starters: Jeff Miller (18.7), Steve Kuhn (12.3), Carvin Jefferson (10.3), Walter Young (8.5), Tom Wilkinson (7.0). Subs: Mike Ice (5.7), Frank Brickowski (3.8) D 1  Maryland (1)_____________ 80-89 L_ D 5  Delaware___________ 86-84 (OT) W_ D 7  Virginia Tech_____________ 75-84 L_ D 10  N.C. State______________ 60-79 L_ D 12  Muhlenberg____________ 109-78 W_ D 16  at Syracuse_____________ 45-81 L_ D 17  at Colgate______________ 85-63 W _ D 20  at Duquesne_____________ 55-63 L_ D 28  DePaul (26) (#3 AP*)_______ 67-82 L_ D 29  Rochester (26)___________ 92-67 W_ J 4  Rutgers________________ 81-79 W_ J 7  Duquesne______________ 48-54 L_ J 11  Syracuse_______________ 77-83 L_ J 14  at George Washington______ 68-84 L_ J 16  at Virginia_______________ 58-83 L_ J 22  at St. Francis (Pa.)________ 68-72 L_ J 25  at Villanova_____________ 76-89 L_ J 28  Pittsburgh_______________ 65-82 L_ J 30  at West Virginia___________ 68-78 L_ F 2  Marquette (#3 AP)_________ 60-73 L_ F 4  at Army________________ 52-64 L_ F 8  Temple_________________ 64-74 L_ F 11  at Navy________________ 64-87 L_ F 15  West Virginia____________ 76-75 W_ F 18  at Pittsburgh_________ 75-68 (OT) W_ F 21  Massachusetts_______ 76-69 (OT) W_ Eastern Eight Tournament M 2  Villanova (36)____________ 65-73 L_

F 17  Army__________________ 74-57 W_ F 21  at Massachusetts_________ 54-42 W_ F 25  at Duquesne_____________ 58-57 W _ Eastern Eight Tournament F 27  at Rutgers (#18 AP*)_______ 57-67 L_

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s Carvin Jefferson captained the 1978-79 Nittany Lion team.

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Dick Harter sparked a rebirth of basketball at Penn State when he was appointed head coach for the 1978-79 season. He directed the Nittany Lions to the 1980 NIT, the school’s first post-season appearance in 14 years. A native of Pottstown, Pa., Harter served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps for three years following graduation from Pennsylvania in 1953. He was the freshman athletic director at Penn for seven years (1958-65) before a one-year stint as head basketball coach at Rider, producing a 16-9 season. Harter returned to Penn as head coach for the 1966-67 school year and in five seasons fashioned an 88-44 mark, including a 25-2 NCAA team in 1970 and a 28-1 NCAA squad in 1971. He left Penn for Oregon in 1971 and in six seasons in Eugene guided the Ducks to a 11381 mark and three NIT appearances. He joined the NBA coaching ranks as an assistant to Chuck Daly with the Detroit Pistons. After a stint as an assistant for the Indiana Pacers, he became the first head coach of the Charlotte Hornets (1988-89). Harter also served as an assistant to Pat Riley and the New York Knicks and was an assistant with the Portland Trailblazers and the Indiana Pacers.

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s Frank Brickowski captained the 198081 team and went on to a 16-year NBA career.

1979-80 12-18; 4-6 E8 (H: 7-5; A: 4-7; N: 1-6) Coach: Dick Harter Captains: Carvin Jefferson & Jud Wood Starters: Mike Edelman (11.4), Steve Kuhn (10.8), Tom Wilkinson (6.0), Mike Owens (4.4), Carvin Jefferson (3.6). Subs: Frank Brickowski (5.7), Scott Wolz (5.6), Craig Buffie (5.0). N 24  N 25  N 26  D 29  D 3  D 7  D 9  D 13  D 16  D 19  D 22  D 23  D 29  J 3  J 4  J 10  J 13  J 17  J 20  J 24  J 27  J 31  F 4  F 7  F 10  F 14 

Louisville (37) (#4 AP)______ 58-89 L_ Alaska (37)______________ 62-79 L_ Indiana (37)_____________ 65-86 L_ at Delaware_____________ 60-47 W_ Vermont________________ 78-53 W_ Maryland (1)_____________ 61-69 L_ at West Virginia___________ 47-56 L_ St. Francis (Pa.)______ 63-68 (OT) L_ Syracuse (#8 AP*)________ 50-67 L_ Colgate________________ 82-80 W_ Tulane (38)______________ 50-54 L_ Florida State (38)_________ 64-57 W_ at N.C. State_____________ 58-80 L_ at Richmond_____________ 69-65 W_ Ursinus________________ 85-59 W_ at Syracuse (#8 AP*)_______ 70-85 L_ at Virginia Tech___________ 68-83 L_ West Virginia____________ 53-72 L _ at Rutgers (#18 AP*)_______ 46-48 L_ Duquesne______________ 54-49 W_ at Pittsburgh_____________ 44-50 L_ George Washington_______ 51-46 W_ Villanova_______________ 34-36 L_ at Temple (#16 UPI*)_______ 43-54 L_ Navy__________________ 43-40 W_ Pittsburgh_______________ 45-54 L_

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D 2  Indiana (Pa.)_____________ 99-57 W_ D 3  Maryland (1) (#8 AP*)______ 55-56 L_ D 5  Muhlenberg_____________ 85-47 W_ D 8  West Virginia________ 68-66 (OT) W_ D 15  Syracuse (#6 AP*)________ 72-85 L_ D 19  Temple_________________ 48-74 L_ D 22  at Colgate______________ 38-37 W_ D 26  Brigham Young (39) (#12 AP*)_50-58 L__ D 28  Idaho (39)______________ 46-50 L_ D 29  Texas Tech (39)__________ 47-46 W_ J 3  Ursinus________________ 87-55 W_ J 5  at Pittsburgh_____________ 50-54 L_ J 9  at St. Bonaventure________ 75-89 L_ J 12  Duquesne______________ 62-52 W_ J 14  Delaware_______________ 85-53 W_ J 16  at West Virginia___________ 75-71 W_ J 19  Rutgers________________ 75-66 W_ J 21  Johns Hopkins___________ 64-38 W_ J 26  Fairleigh Dickinson________ 60-52 W_ J 28  Richmond_______________ 71-61 W _ J 31  at Duquesne_____________ 55-56 L_ F 2  at Villanova_____________ 53-98 L_ F 4  at Vermont______________ 53-40 W_ F 9  at Navy________________ 51-44 W_ F 13  Pittsburgh_______________ 66-53 W_ F 16  at George Washington______ 63-53 W_ F 20  Massachusetts___________ 50-36 W_ National invitation Tournament M 15  Alabama (40)____________ 49-53 L_

17-10 (H: 12-3; A: 3-5; N: 2-2) Coach: Dick Harter Captain: Frank Brickowski Starters: Frank Brickowski (13.0), Rich Fetter (10.4), Mike Edelman (7.4), Brian Dean (6.7), Mike Lang (6.4). Subs: Scott Wolz (6.7), Dick Mumma (6.4), David Griffin (4.0) N 28  Ursinus_______________ 101-68 W_ D 3  at Indiana State__________ 61-54 W_ D 6  Southern Methodist________ 72-50 W_ D 9  at Nebraska_____________ 50-75 L_ D 13  East Carolina____________ 71-59 W_ D 16  at Syracuse_____________ 63-77 L_ D 20  at Rutgers__________ 78-76 (OT) W_ D 29  Boston College (41)________ 67-74 L_ D 30  Tennessee Tech (41)_______ 69-46 W_ J 5  Lafayette (1)_____________ 53-42 W_ J 6  Temple (22)_____________ 39-43 L_ J 10  Rider__________________ 67-59 W_ J 17  Philadelphia Textile________ 87-61 W_ J 19  at Army________________ 63-52 W _ J 21  West Virginia____________ 52-55 L_ J 24  Northeastern____________ 58-60 L_ J 26  Loyola (Md.)_____________ 88-47 W_ J 28  Colgate________________ 87-50 W_ J 31  Westminster_____________ 65-47 W_ F 1  New Hampshire__________ 85-72 W_ F 4  at South Carolina_________ 60-70 L_ F 7  Navy__________________ 67-51 W_ F 11  at Pittsburgh_____________ 63-70 L_ F 14  Drexel_________________ 71-58 W_ F 18  St. Bonaventure__________ 64-53 W_ F 23  at Memphis State_________ 67-75 L_ F 25  Robert Morris____________ 56-66 L_

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1981-82

18-10 (H: 12-3; A: 5-4; N: 1-3) Coach: Dick Harter Captains: G. Korlowski, S. Kuhn & T. Wilkinson Starters: Frank Brickowski (11.4), Rich Fetter (9.5), Mike Edelman (8.4), Mike Lang (7.2), Tom Wilkinson (4.6). Subs: Steve Kuhn (6.5), Scott Wolz (4.9), Craig Buffie (3.5).

1978-79

1980-81

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15-12 (H: 10-4; A: 2-6; N: 3-2) Coach: Dick Harter Captains: Craig Buffie & Mike Edelman Starters: Mike Lang (10.1), Mike Edelman (9.0), Tom McCluskey (8.7), Rich Fetter (8.6), Dwight Gibson (5.6). Subs: David Griffin (5.8), Brian Dean (5.0), Craig Buffie (3.6), Craig Collins (3.6), Dick Mumma (3.6). N 28  N 30  D 2  D 5  D 8  D 11  D 12  D 19  D 21  D 28  D 29  J 2  J 9  J 13  J 16  J 18  J 23  J 25  J 27  F 1  F 6  F 9  F 15  F 17  F 20  F 22  M 2 

Bloomsburg_____________ 49-48 W_ Rider__________________ 70-54 W_ Indiana State____________ 60-50 W_ at North Carolina-Charlotte__ 78-88 L_ Lafayette (1)_____________ 63-62 W_ Southern Methodist (42)____ 65-53 W_ Indiana (42)_____________ 51-80 L_ at Alabama (#15 AP)_______ 74-88 L_ Nebraska_______________ 60-58 W_ North Carolina (43)(#1AP)_50-56 (OT) L__ Texas Christian (43)_______ 54-49 W_ at DePaul (#2 AP*)________ 60-86 L_ Philadelphia Textile________ 84-68 W_ South Florida____________ 63-56 W_ Pittsburgh__________ 52-46 (2 OT) W_ at West Virginia (#14 AP*)___ 68-75 L_ at Pennsylvania__________ 44-58 L_ Syracuse_______________ 68-69 L_ Temple_________________ 53-50 W_ Bradley________________ 42-59 L_ at Navy____________ 62-54 (OT) W_ at Duquesne_____________ 74-69 W_ South Carolina___________ 62-60 W_ at Niagara______________ 80-92 L_ Memphis State (#9 AP*)____ 46-52 L_ Westminster_____________ 64-50 W_ Cleveland State__________ 61-66 L_

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ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE

BRUCE PARKHILL

1982-91 (9 YEARS)

1984-95 (12 YEARS) RECORD: 181-169 (.517) 1 NCAA (1-1); 4 NIT (9-4)

1982-83

17-11; 9-5 A-10 (H: 11-3; A: 1-4; N: 5-4) Coach: Dick Harter Captains: Rich Fetter, Mike Lang & Tom McCluskey Starters: Mike Lang (13.1), David Griffin (11.4), Dwight Gibson (10.7), Dick Mumma (5.2), Craig Collins (4.8). Subs: Alex Agudio (11.4), Rich Fetter (10.9),Tom McCluskey (7.4  in 8  games), Terry Graves (4.0). N 27  D 1  D 5  D 7  D 11  D 14  D 17  D 18  D 20  D 28  D 29  J 4  J 8  J 10  J 13  J 19  J 22  J 26  J 29  F 2  F 5  F 12  F 16  F 20  F 21  F 26  M 5 

Maryland (21)____________ 97-79 W_ Indiana (Pa.)_____________ 86-46 W_ Widener________________ 71-52 W_ Philadelphia Textile________ 86-73 W_ Alabama (#11 AP)____ 67-75 (3 OT) L_ St. Joseph’s (22)__________ 78-69 W_ Hardin Simmons (44)______ 81-73 W_ Southern Methodist (44)____ 68-75 L_ at South Florida__________ 70-78 L _ Florida (23)______________ 60-82 L_ Iowa State (23)___________ 81-76 W_ George Washington_______ 84-67 W_ St. Bonaventure__________ 71-67 W_ Duquesne (36)___________ 82-94 L_ West Virginia____________ 79-74 W_ Niagara________________ 96-66 W_ at George Washington______ 75-72 W_ Temple (22)_____________ 87-79 W_ Massachusetts___________ 59-57 W_ at Massachusetts_________ 62-84 L_ Navy_________________ 104-83 W_ Rhode Island____________ 96-84 W_ at West Virginia__________ 84-101 L_ Duquesne______________ 62-74 L_ Boston U. ______________ 88-96 L_ at St. Bonaventure____ 72-79 (OT) L_ Rutgers________________ 79-70 W_ Atlantic 10 Tournament M 9  West Virginia (36) ___________ 72-82 L_

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s Dwight Gibson captained the 198485 team and was a leading scorer in the 1980’s.

A State College native, Bruce Parkhill directed Penn State into a new era — the Big Ten Conference. His patience was rewarded between 1989-92 when his teams compiled an overall mark of 87-40 and advanced to post-season play each year. His third Big Ten team finished 21-11 in 1994-95 and improved from two to six to nine wins in the conference. He graduated from State College Area High School in 1967 and then starred in three sports at Lock Haven University before graduating in 1971. He began his coaching career in 1972 as a graduate assistant at Virginia. At age 28, Parkhill was named head basketball coach at William & Mary and in six seasons registered an 89-75 mark. He was appointed head coach at Penn State prior to the 1983-84 season. Building from the bottom, his Nittany Lion teams demonstrated steady progress, going 53-84 in his first five seasons and then improving to 20-12, 25-9, 21-11 and 21-8. In 1990, Parkhill was named Atlantic 10 Conference Coach of the Year and the Lions went on to place third in the National Invitation Tournament. His 1991 club captured the Atlantic 10 championship and stunned UCLA in the NCAA Tournament. His ‘92 team reached the NIT. In ‘94, the Lions shocked ranked teams from Purdue and Minnesota in back-to-back home games. The ‘95 team won consecutive road games at Nebraska and Iowa to advance to the NIT semifinals for the second time in six seasons. All 43 seniors who played for Parkhill at Penn State graduated. He resigned on Sept. 6, 1995. Parkhill is second in Penn State history in coaching wins. Parkhill also served as the associate head coach at Ohio State for two seasons (2001 and 2002).

1983-84

1985-86

5-22; 3-15 A-10 (H: 4-7; A: 0-11; N: 1-4) Coach: Bruce Parkhill Captains: Wally Choice & David Griffin Starters: Wally Choice (13.1), Craig Collins (12.5), David Griffin (10.7), Dick Mumma (8.3), Dwight Gibson (5.6). Subs: Terry Graves (10.3), Jim Forjan (7.3), Marshall Grier (6.5). N 30  D 6  D 10  D 17  D 28  D 29  J 5  J 7  J 12  J 14  J 19  J 21  J 23  J 26  J 28  F 2  F 4  F 6  F 9  F 11  F 16  F 18  F 23  F 25  M 1  M 3 

Indiana (Pa.)_____________ 81-49 W_ W Maryland (1) (#11 AP*)_____ 58-67 L_ L at Bradley_______________ 49-52 L_ L UNC-Charlotte___________ 67-76 L_ L Arizona State (45)_________ 50-53 L_ L Columbia (45)________ 84-83 (OT) W_ W at St. Bonaventure________ 69-74 L_ L Temple (22) (#20 AP*)______ 75-87 L_ L Duquesne______________ 63-53 W_ W Rutgers____________ 83-80 (OT) W_ W George Washington_______ 86-80 W_ W at Rhode Island__________ 58-64 L_ L at Boston U._____________ 67-73 L_ L at West Virginia___________ 80-92 L_ L at St. Joseph’s___________ 63-75 L_ L Massachusetts___________ 60-75 L_ L St. Joseph’s_____________ 72-80 L_ L at Navy_______________ 69-100 L_ L Rhode Island________ 60-63 (OT) L_ L at Massachusetts_________ 81-88 L_ L at George Washington______ 63-80 L_ L West Virginia____________ 59-70 L_ L at Rutgers_____________ 92-102 L_L at Duquesne_____________ 66-70 L_ L Temple (#18 AP)__________ 66-69 L_ L St. Bonaventure__________ 69-74 L_ L Atlantic 10 Tournament M 7  St. Bonaventure (46)_______ 57-71 L_ L

1984-85

8-19; 4-14 A-10 (H: 6-8; A: 2-8; N: 0-3) Coach: Bruce Parkhill Captains: Craig Collins & Dwight Gibson Starters: Craig Collins (14.9), Dwight Gibson (11.2), Carl Chrabascz (9.1), Tony Ward (8.3), Jim Newcomer (4.4). Subs: Paul Murphy (4.5), Mike Peapos (4.3), Bill Pollock (3.0). D 1  D 5  D 8  D 12  D 15  D 22  D 27  D 28  J 5  J 10  J 12  J 17  J 19  J 24  J 26  J 31  F 2  F 4  F 7  F 9  F 14  F 16  F 21  F 23  F 26  M 2 

at Cleveland State________ 82-112 L_ Navy__________________ 66-63 W_ Lock Haven____________ 108-74 W_ DePaul (#2 AP)___________ 61-78 L_ Philadelphia Textile________ 92-77 W_ Indiana (Pa.)_____________ 66-58 W_ Virginia (47)_____________ 54-66 L_ New Orleans (47) (OT)_____ 59-61 L_ Temple_________________ 49-65 L_ at Duquesne_____________ 63-69 L_ Rutgers________________ 71-88 L_ at George Washington______ 65-69 L_ Rhode Island____________ 86-71 W_ West Virginia____________ 56-69 L_ St. Joseph’s_____________ 60-84 L_ at Massachusetts (OT)_____ 71-65 W_ at St. Joseph’s___________ 53-72 L_ St. Bonaventure__________ 59-64 L_ at Rhode Island__________ 58-54 W_ Massachusetts (OT)_______ 78-79 L_ George Washington_______ 70-67 W_ at West Virginia___________ 65-75 L_ at Rutgers______________ 67-84 L_ Duquesne______________ 61-62 L_ at Temple_______________ 51-57 L_ at St. Bonaventure________ 57-72 L_ Atlantic 10 Tournament M 6  Duquesne (48)___________ 64-78 L_

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12-17; 5-13 A-10 (H: 9-5; A: 1-10; N: 2-2) Coach: Bruce Parkhill Captains: Carl Chrabascz, Kip Dewitt & Tony Ward Starters: Paul Murphy (10.1), Carl Chrabascz (9.5), Mike Peapos (7.6), Brian Allen (6.9), Wes Jones (5.9). Subs: Tom Hovasse (12.7), Tony Ward (10.2), Jim Newcomer (4.1), Bill Pollock (3.0). N 30  D 4  D 8  D 11  D 14  D 21  D 27  D 29  J 2  J 4  J 6  J 9  J 11  J 13  J 18  J 20  J 23  J 25  J 30  F 1  F 3  F 6  F 8  F 10  F 15  F 20  F 22 

Lock Haven_____________ 79-54 W_ at Navy (#17 AP*)________ 50-103 L_ at Oklahoma (#8  AP)______ 63-85 L_ Indiana (Pa.)_____________ 76-58 W_ Morgan State____________ 78-51 W_ Wagner________________ 88-78 W_ Long Beach State (49)______ 45-47 L_ Valparaiso (49)___________ 52-40 W_ at Rutgers______________ 65-56 W_ at St. Joseph’s___________ 42-72 L_ Massachusetts___________ 64-63 W_ at Rhode Island__________ 60-66 L_ Duquesne_________ 78-79 (2 OT) L_ West Virginia____________ 53-63 L_ St. Bonaventure__________ 68-87 L_ East Carolina____________ 85-57 W_ at Temple_______________ 36-76 L_ at George Washington______ 61-65 L_ St. Joseph’s_____________ 59-54 W_ Rutgers________________ 74-59 W_ Rhode Island________ 77-78 (OT) L _ at West Virginia___________ 46-61 L_ at Duquesne_____________ 55-65 L_ at Massachusetts_________ 52-56 L_ at St. Bonaventure ___ 65-66 (2 OT) L_ George Washington_______ 61-56 W_ Temple_________________ 46-61 L_ Atlantic 10 Tournament F 25  at Rhode Island__________ 50-47 W_ F 27  at St. Joseph’s___________ 51-59 L_

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s Brian Allen was a two-year captain and later served on the Nittany Lion coaching staff.

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1986-87

1990-91

15-12; 9-9 A-10 (H: 10-5; A: 5-6; N: 0-1) Coach: Bruce Parkhill Captains: Carl Chrabascz & Kip Dewitt Starters: Tony Ward (13.0), Tom Hovasse (13.0), Brian Allen (11.0), Jim Newcomer (3.8), Wes Jones (3.8). Subs: Mike Peapos (7.5), Ed Fogell (6.3), Paul Murphy (5.9), Carl Chrabascz (3.9), Bruce Blake (3.2), Mike Iuzzolino (2.4). N 27  N 28  D 4  D 7  D 10  D 13  D 20  D 27  D 30  J 5  J 8  J 15  J 17  J 19  J 25  J 28  J 31  F 1  F 5  F 7  F 9  F 12  F 14  F 19  F 21  F 25 

LaSalle (50)_____________ 59-58 W_ Miami (Fla.) (50)__________ 74-61 W_ at Rhode Island__________ 65-73 L_ Loyola (Md.)_____________ 70-74 L_ Lehigh_________________ 70-73 L_ at Vermont______________ 94-74 W_ Juniata_________________ 81-52 W_ Lock Haven_____________ 74-70 W_ at East Carolina__________ 55-54 W_ Massachusetts_______ 64-50 (OT) W_ George Washington_______ 86-72 W_ at Temple (#11 AP)________ 49-66 L_ at George Washington______ 71-72 L_ Rutgers________________ 80-60 W_ at St. Bonaventure________ 78-57 W_ at West Virginia___________ 52-75 L_ St. Joseph’s_____________ 95-82 W_ Rhode Island____________ 75-84 L_ at Duquesne_____________ 61-63 L_ West Virginia____________ 61-77 L_ Temple (#6 AP)_______ 70-73 (OT) L_ Duquesne______________ 76-51 W_ St. Bonaventure__________ 60-40 W_ at Massachusetts_________ 59-66 L_ at Rutgers________ 100-99 (2 OT) W_ at St. Joseph’s___________ 83-67 W_ Atlantic 10 Tournament M 1  St. Joseph’s________________ 78-81 L_

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1987-88

13-14; 9-9 A-10 (H: 10-3; A: 1-9; N: 2-2) Coach: Bruce Parkhill Captains: Brian Allen, Mike Peapos & Tony Ward Starters: Tom Hovasse (14.4), Tony Ward (12.0), Ed Fogell (9.9), Wes Jones (8.7), Bruce Blake (5.7). Subs: Mike Peapos (5.3), Brian Allen (5.0), James Barnes (3.9), Mike Iuzzolino (3.2). N 27  D 1  D 5  D 7  D 11  D 22  D 29  D 30  J 2  J 5  J 7  J 10  J 16  J 18  J 23  J 28  J 30  F 6  F 11  F 13  F 16  F 18  F 21  F 25  F 27  M 2 

Juniata_________________ 83-32 W_ Oklahoma (#18 AP)________ 59-93 L_ at Florida State___________ 60-63 L_ at Lehigh_______________ 72-79 L_ Vermont________________ 83-66 W_ St. Mary’s (Md.)__________ 97-60 W_ Southwestern Louisiana (51)_ 69-74 L_ Ya