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BASKETBALL INFORMATION

Table of Contents................................................................... 1 Quick Facts............................................................................ 1 Schedule................................................................................ 1 President Dr. William Johnston.............................................. 3 This Is Wesley College .......................................................... 4 Conference Championships/Postseason .............................. 6 In the Pros ............................................................................. 7 Head Coach Jerry Kobasa .................................................... 8 Wolverine Basketball Staff ..................................................... 9 Athletics Administration ....................................................... 10 Sports Medicine ....................................................................11 Player Profiles ................................................................ 13-22 Record Book ........................................................................ 24

2009-10 Record ................................................................ 19-9 CAC Record ......................................................................11-5 Finish ........................................................................... Second Postseason ................................................. NCAA First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................................. 7/6 Starters Returning/Lost....................................................... 3/2 Newcomers............................................................................ 5

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ..................................................................Dover, Del. Enrollment ....................................................................... 1535 Nickname................................................................Wolverines Colors .................................................................Navy & White Conference .......................................................................CAC Affiliation ..........NCAA Division III, Capital Athletic Conference President .................................................Dr. William Johnston Director of Athletics................................................ Mike Drass Associate Director Athletics ................................. Tripp Keister Associate Director for Promotions ...................Steve Azzanesi Associate Director for Compliance ...................... Tracey Short Head Athletic Trainer ............................................ Chad Kragh Assistant Athletic Trainer ...................................... Edison Derr Home Court: ................. Jim & Shirley Wentworth Gymnasium Capacity:............................................................................ 400 Web Site ......................................www.gowesleyathletics.com

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach........................................................ Jerry Kobasa Office Phone ...................................................... 302-736-2555 E-mail ...................................................kobasaje@wesley.edu Record at Wesley ........................................................... 78-58 Conference Record ........................................................ 54-30 Career Record ................................................................ 78-58 Assistant Coach.............................................Charles Coursey Assistant Coach................................................. Todd Shockro Assistant Coach........................................................ Jeff Berry Student Assistant .................................................... Zach Wing

SPORTS INFORMATION Director of News & Sports Information ............... Geoff Goyne Office Phone ................................................... (302) 736-2450 E-Mail .................................................goynegeo@wesley.edu

SCHEDULE Date Opponent ....................................................... Time Nov. 15 Washington College .................................. 7:00 PM Nov. 19 vs. Va. Wesleyan @ Rocky Mount, N.C. .......... TBA Nov. 20 at N.C. Wesleyan ............................................. TBA Nov. 26 vs. York (N.Y.) @ Newport News, Va. ........ 6:00 PM Nov. 27 at Chris. Newport .............................................. TBA Dec. 1 at York (Pa.) * ............................................ 8:00 PM Dec. 4 at Hood * ................................................... 6:00 PM Dec. 14 Stevenson * ............................................... 8:00 PM Dec. 29 vs. Bridgewater St. @ CNU ....................... 5:30 PM Dec. 30 vs. TBA @ Newport News, Va. ......................... TBA Jan. 2 vs. Ithaca @ Lancaster, Pa. ............................. TBA Jan. 3 at TBA ............................................................... TBA Jan. 5 Frostburg St. * ........................................... 8:00 PM Jan. 8 St. Mary’s (Md.) * ....................................... 4:00 PM Jan. 12 at Salisbury * ............................................. 8:00 PM Jan. 15 Mary Washington * .................................... 4:00 PM Jan. 19 at Marymount (Va.) * ................................. 8:00 PM Jan. 22 Hood * ....................................................... 4:00 PM Jan. 29 Salisbury * ................................................. 4:00 PM Feb. 2 at Stevenson * ........................................... 8:00 PM Feb. 5 at Frostburg St. * ....................................... 3:00 PM Feb. 9 Marymount (Va.) * ..................................... 8:00 PM Feb. 12 at St. Mary’s (Md.) * ................................... 4:00 PM Feb. 16 York (Pa.) * ................................................ 8:00 PM Feb. 19 at Mary Washington * ................................ 4:00 PM Feb. 22 CAC First Round .............................................. TBA Feb. 24 CAC Semifinals ................................................ TBA Feb. 26 CAC Championship .......................................... TBA * Denotes CAC Contest

RETURNING STARTERS PLAYER (Yr. Pos., Ht., Wt.)................PPG, RPG, APG, other Paul Reynolds (So., F, 6-4, 245).......13.4, 5.1, 1.0, .655 FG% Kevin Johnson (Sr., G, 6-2, 185) ..... 14.0, 3.6, 1.3, .385 3pt% Rudy Thomas (Sr., G/F, 6-1, 200)..... 14.6, 3.9, 3.4, .754 FT% Chris Douglas (Sr., G, 5-10, 160) ......... 6.9, 1.9, 2.6, .724 FT%

KEY LOSSES PLAYER..............................................PPG, RPG, APG, other Jacques Bowe .................................... 7.4, 3.8, 0.6, .829 FT% Alphonzo Wright .................................7.5, 5.2, 1.1, .474 FG%

NEWCOMERS PLAYER........................................................ Yr. Pos., Ht., Wt. Darrell Johnson ............................................... Jr., G, 6-4, 195 Eric Selby ......................................................Fr., G, 5-10, 182 Jamal Wilson ....................................................Fr., F, 6-3, 220 2008-09 CAPITAL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

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Wesley College President Dr. William Johnston Dear Wolverine Community, Welcome to Wesley and another exciting year for our Wolverine athletic teams. Wesley College is extremely proud of our studentathletes and the opportunity to experience NCAA Division III competition. At Wesley, students have the opportunity to fulfill the DIII vision: “Follow your passions and discover your potential.” Wesley is at the forefront of fulfilling this vision by providing: • Proportion-students spend an appropriate amount of time in the classroom, studying in the Academic Resource Center, and practicing and competing on the field • Comprehensive learning-On the field, in the classroom, and through extra-curricular activities, students gain life skills and take the opportunity to learn and grow on a daily basis • Passion-Our young adults have the chance to pursue lifelong goals as a Wolverine • Responsibility-Student-athletes interact in an environment where they must take responsibility for their own decisions • Citizenship-Giving back to the local community is instrumental to the learning experience of our rising leaders Wesley is dedicated to investing in student-athletes and we celebrate their accomplishments on the field and in the classroom. We are proud of their academic successes and lifelong accomplishments. Here’s to another outstanding season!

Sincerely,

William N. Johnston President

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This Is Wesley College

ABOUT WESLEY COLLEGE

Founded in 1873 as a preparatory school, Wesley College has a covenant relationship with the United Methodist Church. The College offers 30 bachelors, four associates, and master’s degrees in nursing, education, business administration and environmental science in a multi-denominational, multi-cultural campus setting. Wesley College and its athletic facilities are located on 50 acres in historic Dover, Delaware. Dover is the capital of the nation’s first state and has 35,000 residents. The campus is situated in Dover’s major residential community with stores and banks in easy walking distance and malls a short commute. In addition to being the site of many pre-Revolutionary War buildings and sites, Dover is also the home of Dover Air Force Base and Dover Downs International Speedway, which hosts two annual NASCAR races. The city has a number of fine eating establishments as well as a wide variety of fast food restaurants. Seafood is a specialty because of the city’s proximity to the Delaware and Chesapeake bays and to the Atlantic Ocean. New York City, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., are within a two to three hour drive of the campus. Most of the College’s 2,400 students (1,400 traditional and 500 adult full-time) come from the Middle Atlantic region. The majority of full time students enroll directly from high school, but the College does provide programs for nontraditional students. Wesley attracts students interested in a personal approach to learning, with a 17:1 student to faculty ratio.

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AREAS OF STUDY AT WESLEY COLLEGE American Studies Accounting Biology Business Administration Management Concentration • International Business Concentration • Marketing Concentration Education • Elementary (K-4) • Elementary (5-8) • Elementary (K-8) Education Physical Education (K-12) English Environmental Sciences History International Studies Liberal Studies Medical Technology Media Arts Nursing Legal Studies Physical Education (Prof. Program) • Exercise Science Concentration • Sports Management Concentration Political Science Psychology Secondary Education Certification in a Fifth Year Program Biology English Social Studies

Wesley College seeks to be a premier institution for helping students gain the knowledge, skills, and the moral and ethical attitudes necessary to achieve their personal goals and contribute to the welfare of their communities in the global society. The College endeavors to impart a desire for lifelong learning and an enhanced capacity for critical and creative thinking so that students can reap the reward of intellectual growth and professional effectiveness. As a College in a covenant relationship with the United Methodist Church and founded upon Christian principles, Wesley strives to realize a holistic campus environment of common purpose, caring, tolerance, inclusiveness, responsibility, and service that is the heart of community.

Master’s Degree Programs Curriculum and Instruction Secondary Education Business Administration Environmental Science Nursing

WESLEY COLLEGE AT A GLANCE • Founded in 1873 to provide a value-centered education to students of all races and faith. The original Wilmington Conference Academy became Wesley College institute in 1918 and Wesley College conferred its first four-year degrees in 1978. Graduate programs were added in the 1990s. The institution is Delaware’s oldest private college. • Wesley is a fully-accredited, independent liberal arts and sciences college affiliated with the United Methodis Church. The College was named for John Wesley, the founder of Methodism. • Located in the historic district of Delaware’s capital city, Wesley is set in a safe and beautiful neighborhood. • The 50-acre main campus features a library, 19 buildings and recreational facilities. Several other support facilities are located within a walking distance of campus including a public library, the state archives and museum, and the legislative plaza. The College operates off-campus centers at the Dover Air Force Base and the New Castle Corporate Commons. • More than 30 areas of study in arts and sciences, business, health sciences, education, and fine arts.

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• The student body consists of approximately 2,400 undergraduates (1,400 traditional and 500 adult full-time) from 30 states and 18 countries. Fifty-three percent are male and 47 percent are female. • Over 2,600 undergraduate applications received each year. Approximately 65 percent are accepted. Desired high school grade point average is 3.25 (4.0 scale) and SAT is 1,050 (2005 version). • The following list of colleges and universities represent institutions which Wesley most often has common applications: College of New Jersey, Rowan University, Salisbury University, Towson University, University of Delaware, University of Maryland, Virginia Wesleyan College, Washington College, Widener University . • 17 to 1 student to faculty ratio; 80 percent of full-time faculty hold appropriate terminal degrees. • Campus-wide Internet access and state-of-theart technology in computer labs and all residence halls. • More than 10 primary study abroad programs available throughout the world, including England, Northern Ireland, Bulgaria, Australia, France, Japan, Italy, Costa Rica, Panama, and Brazil. Another 100 consortia programs of study are available in 43 other countries on six continents.

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• Four Dover-based libraries containing more than 460,000 bound books and journals, 1,480 periodical subscriptions, 440,000 microform units and more than 100 electronic databases. Camparial three unique, campus-based public service programs. The Wesley Boys and Girls Club serves children ages 6 to 18. The Campus Community School is a publicly funded charter school serving children in grades 1-12. Children’s Theatre educates students ages 8 to 18. • The College awards nearly $6 million in institutionally-funded financial aid. Other merit-based scholarships are available through a $50 million endowment managed by the United Methodist Foundation. • 90 percent of full-time students receive financial aid and scholarships with an average package of $9,800. • 96 percent of students are employed or in graduate school one year after graduation.


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Wesley College has won three conference championships since joining NCAA Division III in 1986. The Wolverines won the Eastern States Athletic Conference in both 1986-87 and 1987-88. Then after a 21 year drought, Wesley captured the Capital Athletic Conference Championship in 2008-09 to gain the school’s first ever bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Wolverines made it back-to-back trips to the Big Dance with an at-large bid in 2009-10 to continue the program’s unprecedented success with a school record 19 wins.

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Former Wesley College standout Evan Martin signed a professional contract with BBC Nyon of the Swiss National League in the summer of 2010. The point guard heads overseas this season after playing with the Charlotte Crossovers of the American Basketball Association in 2009-10. Martin finished his career with the Wolverines by helping Wesley to its first Capital Athletic Conference men's basketball championship and the program's first NCAA bid. He finished his college career with over 1,000 points and ranks among Wesley's all-time leaders in points, assists, steals and three point field goals.

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Wesley College Head Coach Jerry Kobasa In his five seasons as the head coach at Wesley College, Jerry Kobasa has wasted no time rebuilding the program at his alma mater. A fixture in Delaware sports, Kobasa took a team that had just two winning seasons in 17 years before his arrival and taken them to the NCAA Tournament in each of the past two seasons. Kobasa’s teams have produced the school’s two winningest Division III seasons, an All-American, a conference player of the year, two conference rookies of the year, four ECAC All-Star selections and eight all-region honors. The Wolverines have had a first team all-conference player in four of his five seasons and his tenure also marks as the winningest five-year period in the program’s DIII history. The Wolverines continued their journey to the top with a Division III school record 19 wins and second straight NCAA Tournament appearance. Wesley also featured the CAC Rookie of the Year in Paul Reynolds, who finished among the national leaders in field goal percentage and two All-CAC selections. In 2008-09, the team posted 18 wins and Wesley’s first conference championship in men’s basketball in 21 years, resulting in the program’s first bid to the NCAA Championships. The Wolverines led the conference in scoring average, steals, turnover margin, as-

sist/turnover ratio, offensive rebounds, and three-point field goals. Rashawn Johnson was named the CAC Player of the Year after leading the conference in scoring and was named both all-region and All-American. The 2007-2008 season marked the first year of play in the CAC for the Wolverines. The team finished with an impressive 9-7 mark in conference action and led the CAC in both steals and turnover margin. Under his tutelage, Rashawn Johnson earned first team all-conference and was named to a pair of all-region teams after finishing 16th in the nation in scoring. In each of his first two seasons, Kobasa helped lead the Wolverines to consecutive trips into the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference (PAC) Tournament, including a trip to the finals in 2006, resulting in a bid to the ECAC Southern Division Tournament that same year. Kobasa posted a 249-130 record in 16 years as head coach at Sussex Tech and Smyrna High School. A 1969 graduate of Wesley and member of the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame, Kobasa was named Delaware Coach of the Year by the Delaware Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association in 1979 and 2004. Kobasa’s athletic resume is impressive. After a star-studded football and baseball career at Wesley, he served as offensive back and quarterback coach at both Wesley and Delaware State University before accepting basketball and football coaching positions at Smyrna High School. Coach Kobasa has been associated with prominent national coaches such as Bob Huggins (West Virginia University), Mike Brey (University of Notre Dame), Frank Martin (Kansas State University), and Greg Jackson (Delaware State University).

In 1995, he became the head basketball coach at Sussex Tech. In 2004, Coach Kobasa was named the State Coach of the Year for the second time. He has earned Henlopen Conference Coach of the Year honors three times and has been selected as the coach of a team in the Blue-Gold High School All-Star Game three times. At Sussex Tech, he has won four Henlopen Conference Northern Division crowns and four Henlopen Conference Championships. He guided the Ravens to the state tournament every year and earned two final four finishes. His teams ranked in the top 10 in the state final basketball rankings in eight of his ten seasons. Inducted into the Wesley College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001, Kobasa is also a former member of the Wesley Alumni Association Board of Directors. In addition to chairing the Board of Directors of DIAA, he has been a member of the Board of the Blue/Gold AllStar Basketball game for seven years, is the former chair of the Henlopen Conference Boys Basketball Committee, and is a member of the State Girls’ High School Basketball Tournament Committee. Kobasa was reappointed to the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association by the Governor of Delaware as a public member in June of 2007, and is chairman of the association for the 2007-2008 year. He is a former long-time member of the Delaware Secondary Schools Athletic Association Board of Directors (the organization that preceded DIAA), the Milford Boys and Girls Club Board, and is a former President of the Henlopen Conference and the Henlopen Basketball Coaches Association. He is also a former President of the Delaware Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association.

The Kobasa File Year-by-Year Record Year Overall Conf. 2005-06 16-12 13-5 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

11-15 14-12 18-10

9-9 9-7 12-4

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19-9 78-58

11-5 54-30

Honors PAC Finalists ECAC South Tournament PAC Tournament CAC Quarterfinals NCAA Tournament; CAC Champions NCAA Tournament

Delaware Four Year Colleges & Universities Since 2005-06 School Win % NCAABids Conf. Champs Wesley .574 2 1 Goldey-Beacom .560 0 0 Delaware St. .547 0 0 Delaware .310 0 0 Wilmington .259 0 0 8

By the Numbers 1 Capital Athletic Conference Championship - 2008-09 1 Josten’s Trophy Finalist 1 All-American 1 Conference Player of the Year 2 NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2008-09, 2009-10 2 Conference Rookie of the Year 3 Postseason Appearances 3 Trips to the conference finals 5 ECAC All-Stars 5 of the eight winningest DIII seasons at Wesley 5 All-Conference selections 8 All-Region selections 11 School record for home wins in a season (11-0, 2008-09) 19 School for wins, set in 2009-10 78 Winningest five-year stretch in Wesley’s DIII history 249 High School victories prior to Wesley (249-130) 308 Total coaching wins (327-179)

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WOLVERINE BASKETBALL STAFF Charles Coursey Todd Shockro Assistant Coach Wilmington University, 2007 B.S. Education

Assistant Coach Univ. of Massachusetts, 2003 History

Coach Coursey is in his sixth season as an assistant coach at Wesley College. Coach Coursey primarily works with Wesley’s frontcourt players and the offenses at Wesley and also acts as the recruiting and academic coordinator for the Wolverines. He is actively involved in working the Wesley College Team Day Camp, and the

Todd Shockro is in his fifth season assisting with the men’s basketball program at Wesley College. Shockro primarily works with the backcourt players, and is the recruiting coordinator for the Baltimore/Washington D.C. area.

Zach Wing

individual camps at Wesley. Coach Coursey spent the previous six years on the staff at Sussex Technical High School in Georgetown, DE. He was the head junior varsity coach for four years and the assistant on the boy’s varsity staff all six years, while also spending two years as the assistant varsity baseball coach. Coach Coursey has spent three years working at the Bob Huggins Team Camp at the University of Cincinnati and completed his degree in education in May of 2007 from Wilmington University (Delaware). A three-sport athlete and 1991 graduate of Seaford High School, Coach Coursey was a member of the Blue-Gold teams in football and baseball. He currently is the special education teach at Sussex Technical High School, and the head junior varsity baseball coach.

Student Assistant Coach Zach Wing is in his first year as a student assistant coach after transferring to Wesley from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. A liberal studies major, Wing attended Chestertown Christian Academy.

Jeff Berry

Assistant Coach Delaware State, 1999 Accounting Jeff Berry rejoined the Wesley College basketball program 200910, assisting with both the men’s and women’s programs. Berry returned after previously serving as a men’s assistant from in December of 2004-08. Berry assists with the offense, focusing on the backcourt players. He served various roles with the program, including recruiting and scouting of opponents. Berry has been a varsity assistant coach for nine years, coaching boys for six years and girls for three years. Jeff helped lead Dover High School boys varsity team to the Delaware State Championship game in 2003 and has also coached at Polytech High School and Cape Henlopen High School. He worked for two years for the Lady Senator Capital City Camp and one year at the Bob Huggins Cincinnati Team Camp, while also coaching in various community basketball leagues in Dover. Berry is a 1994 graduate of Dover High School and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, with a minor in Business Administration from Delaware State University in 1999. Berry resides in Dover.

Student Managers

Jessica Taylor and Kierra Edwards

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Tripp Keister

Tracey Short

Steve Azzanesi

Associate Director for Athletics

Executive Director of Athletics

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WESLEY COLLEGE ATHLETIC TRAINING Director of Sports Medicine

CHAD KRAGH, ATC Chad Kragh has served as the Head Athletic Trainer at Wesley College since 2003. Hailing from North Dakota, Kragh received a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of North Dakota in 2000 and a Master’s of Science in Sports Management from Bemidji State University in 2002. Chad resides in Smyrna, Delaware, with his wife Malinda, and children Colemann and

McKinnley.

Assistant Athletic Trainer

EDISON DERR, ATC

Edison Derr will be in his second year as the assistant athletic trainer at Wesley College in 2009-10, but he has been associated with Wolverine athletics since January 2005. Derr acted as a graduate assistant in the sports medicine department and earned his master’s in Business Administration in 2007. He received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Lees-McRae in Banner Elk, North Carolina in 2004. Derr resides Dover, Delaware.

Athletic Training Intern JAY JANIK

Jay Janik is entering his first year as an intern athletic trainer at Wesley College. Jay recently graduated from Alvernia University in 2010 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Athletic Training. Jay is originally from West Chester, Pennsylvania but currently resides in Dover.

Athletic Training Room

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PLAYER PROFILES

Chris Douglas

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Guard | Senior | 5-10 | 186 | Business Admin. Landover, Md./Jericho Prep Academy

2009-10 (Junior): Played in all 28 games, making 25 starts...Scored in double figures eight times...Shot 4-of-6 and 2-of-4 from three-point range against Hood on 1/6...Careerhigh 18 points on 6-of-10 shooting, sinking all three of his three-point attempts and had five assists against Stevenson on 2/20...10 points, six assists and three steals against York (Pa.) on 1/23...Eight points, seven rebounds and six assists against Salisbury in the CAC First Round on 2/23. 2008-09 (Sophom mo (Sophomore): Scored 14 points in the season n opener op before missing the rest of the season se eas due to injury. 2007-08 (Fresh hm (Freshman): Started three games and appeared in seven... s. Scored six points points. ol: Played basketball (Reggie Williams)...Two-time MVP... High Schoo School: yea y Player of the year...First team all-league...19.5 ppg junior year, 12.8 ppg sen nior year. 10 apg senior Persona al: Born 7/29/1989...Son of Judy and Clifton Douglas... Personal: sisters, Tracie and Dominique...Father played basketball at St. Two sisters, Mary’s.

Season 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

gp-gs 7-3 1-0 28-25 36-28

min/avg 45/6.4 10/10.0 691/24.7 746/20.7

Total fg-fga 3-15 2-2 53-136 58-153

pct .200 1.000 .390 .379

3-Point fg-fga pct 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 10-36 .278 10-39 .256

F-Throws ft-fta pct 0-1 .000 10-12 .833 76-105 .724 86-118 .729

Rebounds off def tot 0 3 3 1 1 2 13 40 53 14 44 58

avg 0.4 2.0 1.9 1.6

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fo 0 0 1 1

ast 1 1 72 74

to 8 1 54 63

blk 0 0 0 0

stl 2 3 28 33

Scoring pts avg 6 0.9 14 14.0 192 6.9 212 5.9

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Kevin Johnson

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Guard | Senior | 6-2 | 185 | Accounting Smyrna, Del./Smyrna

2009-10 (Junior): Started 26 times, while appearing in all 28 games...Second on the team in scoring at 14.0 ppg...Career highs with 14.0 ppg, .451 FG%, and .385 3-pt. FG%... Sco Scored in double figures 20 times, including seven gam mes of at least 20 points...Shot .768 from the foul games line ...C line...Career-high 25 points in CAC Semifinal win over York k (Pa.) (P on 2/25, hitting 5-of-8 threes and picking up five steals...Had 19 points and nine rebounds in the CA CAC Championship game against St. Mary’s (Md.) on 2/28...Scored 23 points against Mass.-Dartmouth o an 20 against Ramapo as the Wolverines won the ECAC Holiday Festival in January. and 2 2008-09 (Sophomore): Started all 28 games in which he played...Scored in doub figures nine times, including a season-high 21 points against Roanoke on Nov. ble 2 29...Scored 18 points at York (Pa.) on Jan. 19...Scored 11 points, grabbed seven r rebounds and dished out six assists against Hood on Feb. 11...Led the team with a .771 free throw percentage...Third on the team with 35 made threes. 2 2007-08 (Freshman): Played in 25 games, starting 10...Averaged 6.8 ppg on .416 shooting...Led the team in free throw percentage at .809 (38-of-47)...Had 23 s steals...Made 17 three pointers...Scored in double figures eight times...Had a stretch of seven games in which he averaged 12.6 ppg...Season-high 17 points in a win over Yo 1/16...Season-high eight rebounds on 1/30. York Hi High School: Played basketball...(Mike Starkey)...First Team All Conference... Secon Team All-State. ond Pe Personal: Born 6/6/1989...Son of Kenny Johnson...One sister, Julie, and two brothers Justin and Jacob. ers,

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gp-gs 25-10 28-28 28-26 81-64

min/avg 390/15.6 633/22.6 807/28.8 1830/22.6

Total fg-fga pct 57-137 .416 77-214 .360 137-304 .451 271-655 .414

3-Point fg-fga 17-53 35-106 55-143 107-302

pct .321 .330 .385 .354

F-Throws ft-fta pct 38-47 .809 37-48 .771 63-82 .768 138-177 .780

Rebounds off def tot 16 30 46 20 60 80 25 75 100 61 165 226

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avg 1.8 2.9 3.6 2.8

pf 42 64 64 170

fo 2 0 2 4

ast 24 62 37 123

to 28 37 46 111

blk 3 8 8 19

stl 23 28 47 98

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PLAYER PROFILES

Paul Reynolds

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Forward | Sophomore | 6-4 | 245 | Sports Mgt. Smyrna, Del./Smyrna

2009-10 (Freshman): CAC Rookie of the Year...All-CAC Second Team...ECAC AllStar...Finished fifth in Division III in field goal percentage (.655)...Over the final 16 games of the season, including postseason play, he averaged 17.3 ppg after scoring just 8.3 ppg in the first 12 games of his career...In the NCAA First Round, had 32 points on 12-of-14 shooting and grabbed 11 rebounds at Merchant Marine...Scored 22 points and had seven rebounds in CAC Semifinal win over York (Pa.)...25 points on 9-of-11 shooting and added nine rebounds against nationally ranked St. Mary's (Md.) on 2/16 Hit 6-of-8 fifield eld g goa and 10-of-12 free throws for 23 2/16...Hit goals Marymo oun (Va.) on 2/14...First career doublepoints against Marymount double with 18 points and 10 rebounds on 7-of-9 shooting against Hood on 2/3...Scored 21 points nation nally ranked St. Mary's (Md.) on 1/9...Played in all 28 games, starting the against nationally gam mes final 15 games...Averaged 13.4 ppg and 5.1 rpg...Reached double figures in scoring 19 times. h School: S High Participated in basketball (Mike Starkey)... Lost in Elite Eight... o time tim First Team All Conference... Two time First Team All State... GatoTwo rad de Player of the Year... One State Championsip... Scored 22 points, had 12 rade re ebo rebounds and five assists per game... Finished with 1,500 points Pe ers Personal: Born 2/16/90... Son of Kenneth and Denise Reynolds

Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pct 2009-10 28-15 643/23.0 146-223 .655

3-Point fg-fga pct 6-20 .300

F-Throws Rebounds ft-fta pct off def tot avg 76-123 .618 51 93 144 5.1

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blk 2

stl 42

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Rudy Thomas

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Guard | Senior | 6-1 | 200 | Sports Mgt. Milford, Del./Sussex Tech

2009-10 (Junior): All-CAC Second Team...Started 24 of the 27 games in which he played...Averaged a team-high 14.6 ppg and was fourth in the conference in assists with 92...Scored 20 points or more eight times...Scored 29 points, hit 11-of-14 free throws, dished out seven assists and had three steals in a win over North Carolina Ca C Wesleyan...Notched 21 points and seven as si assists in a win over nationally ranked Mass.Dartmou uth Dartmouth...24 points on 7-of-11 shooting against Christop ph Newport...Had 21 points against nationChristopher ran nk ally ranked St. Mary’s (Md.)...Career-high 33 points w over York (Pa.) on 1/23...20 points and 14 assists in CAC Semifinal win over in a win k (Pa.) ( York on 2/25...23 points and six steals in CAC First Round win over Salisbury 2 on 2/23. 2008-09 (Sophomore): Started 25 of the 28 games he appeared in... Scored in double figures eight times...Scored 14 points on 5-of-8 shooting with four threes in the CAC Championship game...Had a career-high 17 points with five threes against Hood on Jan. 17...Shot .369 from three-point range (31-of-84). 2007-08 (Freshman): Played in 17 games...Averaged 1.9 ppg on .400 shooting...Grabbed 25 rebounds, including 14 offensive, for an average of 1.5 rpg...Career-high eight points in a two-point win over Mary Washington on 2 2/20. Hi H High School: Played basketball at Sussex Tech for Jerry Kobasa...Also played ffoo football and baseball...Basketball team advanced to postseason twice, winning the conference championship in 2004...All-conference in football. the Pe P Personal: Born 5/16/1987...Son of Rufus Thomas, Sr. and Pat Ayers...Three bro b brothers, D.J. Ayers, Isaiah Ayers and Justin Thomas.

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gp-gs 17-0 28-25 27-24 72-49

min/avg 79/4.6 576/20.6 749/27.7 1404/19.5

Total fg-fga pct 10-25 .400 63-157 .401 121-278 .435 194-460 .422

3-Point fg-fga 1-5 31-84 42-141 74-230

pct .200 .369 .298 .322

F-Throws ft-fta pct 12-18 .667 24-33 .727 110-146 .753 146-197 .741

Rebounds off def tot 14 11 25 14 68 82 22 82 104 50 161 211

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avg 1.5 2.9 3.9 2.9

pf 18 59 66 143

fo 0 0 2 2

ast 6 50 92 148

to 9 45 93 147

blk 0 4 0 4

stl 8 40 39 87

Scoring pts avg 33 1.9 181 6.5 394 14.6 608 8.4


PLAYER PROFILES

Julian Allen

#3

Guard | Freshman | 6-0 | 175 | Undeclared Baltimore, Md./Loch Raven

High School: Played basketball (Kreller)...All-Conference Senior Year...Record high of 30 points in one game...22 points in another game. Personal: Born 09/12/1992...Son to Julian M. Allen, Sr. and Lisa Waddell...Brothers include Juluan and Justin...Sisters include Sharde and Jayla.

Rasheed Carter

#2

Guard | Sophomore | 6-2 | 175 | Business Admin. Philadelphia, Pa./Lankenau

Personal: Born 09/06/1990...Son of Joseph Carter and Shirley Collins...Siblings include brothers Martel, Joseph Jr., Isaiah, and sisters Shihera and Takera.

Nick Doran

#15

Forward | Sophomore | 6-4 | 200 | Phys. Ed. Staten Island, N.Y./Port Richmond

2009-10 (Freshman): Played in 10 games as a reserve...Scored a season-high five points against Gallaudet on 2/13...Hit a three against Maine-Presque Isle on 11/15...Shot .333 from three-point range...Two rebounds and one steal on the year. High School: Played basketball (Frank Guguliamo) and soccer...In basketball, Port Richmonds Offensive Player of the Year...Jaques Classic All-Star...Staten Island Advance All-Star...Averaged 15 points per game in 2008 Personal: Born 8/8/90...Son of John Doran and Elaine Bonowitz...Has one brother, Christopher. Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pct 2009-10 10-0 24/2.4 2-7 .286

3-Point fg-fga pct 2-6 .333

F-Throws Rebounds ft-fta pct off def tot avg 2-4 .500 0 2 2 0.2

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fo ast to 0 0 2

blk 0

stl 1

Scoring pts avg 8 0.8

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Sean Hopkins

#34

Guard | Freshman | 5-9 | 173 | Business Admin. Georgetown, Del./Sussex Central

High School: Participated in football, basketball, baseball and track & field...Three-time conference champion...Student council president...BPA. Personal: Born 10/4/91...Son of Fred and Wanda...Brother to Troy, Trina and Fred.

Darrell Johnson

#23

Guard | Junior | 6-3 | 195 | Business Mgt. New Castle, Del./Howard

2008-09 (Sophomore): Played at Division II Goldey-Beacom...Started 14 of 25 games, averaging 7.8 ppg in 22.0 minutes per game...Shot .355 overall and .310 from beyond the arc...Grabbed 3.2 rebounds per game and dished out 25 assists...Led team in scoring twice, rebounds four times and assists and steals twice each. 2006-07 (Freshman): Played at Division I University of Delaware...Started 28 of 31 games...Averaged 6.3 points per game on .357 shooting...Hit 37 threes on .298 from behind the arc...Averaged 2.9 rebounds and dished out 21 assists...Had 20 steals...Scored season-high 18 points in collegiate debut against Marist...Scored in double figures seven times. High School: McDonalds All-American nominee...Named Most Valuable Player of Jameer Nelson Senior Showcase... First team all-state selection as a senior after earning second team honors as a junior...Averaged 26 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists per game as a senior at Howard High School...Averaged 29.7 points, 11 rebounds, and five assists during junior season. Personal: Born January 1, 1988...Son of Carrie Johnson.

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PLAYER PROFILES

David Langan

#50

Forward | Sophomore | 6-8 | 260 | Phys. Ed. Sayreville, N.J./Sayreville War Memorial

2009-10 (Freshman): Played in 27 games, starting 13...Double-double in his second career game against Bridgewater on 11/21...Had a dozen rebounds against Eastern Mennonite on 11/22...Averaged 3.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg and shot .471 (41-of-87). High School: Played Basketball (Shawn Currie)...Made it to the State Semifinals...Personal best was 15 points with 10 rebounds. Personal: Born 8/8/91...Son of James and Mary Ann...Has four siblings, Meghan, Thomas, Patty and Jimmy. Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pct 2009-10 27-13 347/12.9 41-87 .471

3-Point fg-fga pct 0-0 .000

F-Throws Rebounds ft-fta pct off def tot avg 7-18 .389 36 51 87 3.2

pf 50

fo ast to 0 12 33

blk 8

stl 10

Scoring pts avg 89 3.3

Sean McAndrew

#45

Forward | Junior | 6-3 | 238 | Phys. Ed. Lanoka Harbor, N.J./Lacey Township

2009-10 (Sophomore): Two-sport student-athlete joined the team after the completion of football season, where he was named an All-American tight end...Appeared in 17 games as a reserve forward...Career-high 12 points on 5-of-9 shooting against Stevenson on 1/18...Scored 10 points in 11 minutes on 4-of-6 shooting on 2/20...Eight points and seven rebounds on 1/20 against Gallaudet...Shot .491 (28-of-57) on the year...Averaged 4.0 ppg and 2.6 rpg. 2008-09 (Freshman): Two-sport student-athlete joined team after the completion of football season...Played in 21 games, starting four...Scored a season-high 11 points in CAC Semifinal win over Mary Washington...Grabbed 12 rebounds against Stevenson on Jan. 8...10 points against Washington (Md.) on Dec. 15...Had six points, six rebounds and three steals in NCAA First Round against Franklin & Marshall...Named All-Atlantic Central Football Conference as a punter. 2007-08: Did not play basketball...Reserve tight end on the Wolverine football team. High School: Played football and basketball for coaches Lon Vircillo and John MacIntosh...In football, team was a state runner up as a junior and state champions as a senior...All-Shore Honorable Mention as a junior...As a senior, was first team all-conference, All-Group III, all-state and All-Shore Second Team...Set school record with 13 career interceptions...Basketball team made the playoffs as a junior and senior...All-Shore Second Team as a junior and a senior...Scored 1,296 career points. Personal: Born 11/7/1988...Son of Brian and Sharon McAndrew...Has two brothers, Kevin and Scott, and two sisters, Keri and Kelsey. Season 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

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gp-gs 21-4 17-0 38-4

min/avg 211/10.0 206/12.1 417/11.0

Total fg-fga 21-50 28-57 49-107

pct .420 .491 .458

3-Point fg-fga pct 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct 19-35 .543 12-21 .571 31-56 .554

Rebounds off def tot 38 28 66 25 19 44 63 47 110

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avg 3.1 2.6 2.9

pf 31 20 51

fo 0 0 0

ast 1 7 8

to 10 7 17

blk 1 6 7

stl 10 8 18

Scoring pts avg 61 2.9 68 4.0 129 3.4


PLAYER PROFILES

Carl Parker

#44

Forward | Sophomore | 6-6 | 275 | Sports Mgt. Hyattsville, Md./Dematha Catholic

2009-10 (Freshman): Played in 13 games in a reserve...Scored in each of his final three appearances..Averaged 0.8 ppg and 1.1 rpg...Season-high three points against Maine-Presque Isle on 11/28...Three rebounds against Mass.-Dartmouth on 1/3...Went 4-of-9 shooting on the year. High School: Participated in basketball (Mike Jones)...Band. Personal: Born 11/8/91...Son of Carl and Tijuana Parker...Has three siblings, Julius Erving, Tony Cain and Jimmy Parker...Played for DC Blue Devils. Total Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pct 2009-10 13-0 44/3.4 4-9 .444

3-Point fg-fga pct 0-0 .000

F-Throws Rebounds ft-fta pct off def tot avg 3-10 .300 2 12 14 1.1

pf 5

fo ast to 0 1 3

blk 0

stl 1

Scoring pts avg 11 0.8

Eric Selby

#5

Guard | Freshman | 5-10 | 182 | Sports Mgt. Wilmington, Del./Howard

High School: Averaged 21 ppg and eight apg as a senior and topped 1,000 career points...Two-year captain...Played in the Blue-Gold All-Star Game...Twice named first team all-conference...McDonalds All-American nominee...Named second team all-state. Club: Played for Pal of Delaware, Future Starts, Duffy Hope, and Crozier...League MVP for Duffy for two years...Crozier MVP...Duffy MVP 2 years...Crozier MVP...Pal All-Tournament Team...Personal Best with Pal, scoring 40 points in one game. Personal: Born 08/31/1991...The son of Dawn Hlui... Sister Jakeah and brother Ja’ir.

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PLAYER PROFILES

Josh Terrel

#00

Guard | Sophomore | 6-3 | 225 |Undeclared Newark, Del./Glasgow

High School: Played basketball (Perkins)...Flight A Champions 2007-2008...Semi-finals playoffs 2008-2009...Career high’s include 14 points, four steals, 19 rebounds, two assists, and five blocks. Born: 11/30/1990...Son of Harmon Terrell and Beverly Bryant-Terrell... Siblings include brother Geoffrey and sister La’Keya.

Jamal Wilson

#12

Foward | Freshman | 6-3 | 220 | Undeclared Fredericksburg, Va./Stafford

High School: Played basketball for Coach Spicer...As a senior in 2010, named the Commonwealth District Player of the Year, All-Northwest Region First Team, All-Commonwealth District First Team and Free-Lance Star All-Area First Team...As a junior, named All-Northwest Region, All-Commonwealth District and Free-Lance Star All-Area. Career high’s include 34 points and 11 rebounds...Averaged 17 points per game and 8 rebounds senior year. Club: Played for Stafford Hoyas and Hoop Booth. Personal: Born 06/10/1992...Son of Mitchell and Marsha Hawkins...Brothers Ric and Wilson...Sisters Tiffany, Sherelle, and Nicole.

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Wesley College Basketball Honors 2009-10 Shirley Wentworth Award: Jacques Bowe ECAC South All-Star: Paul Reynolds (G/F) CAC Rookie of the Year: Paul Reynolds (G/F) All-CAC Second Team: Paul Reynolds (G/F), Rudy Thomas (G/F) 2008-09 Wesley College Co-Male Athlete of the Year: Rashawn Johnson D3hoops.com All-America Fourth Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) ECAC All-Star: Rashawn Johnson (G) NABC All-Middle Atlantic First Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) D3hoops.com All-Middle Atlantic First Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) CAC Player of the Year: Rashawn Johnson (G) All-CAC First Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) All-CAC Second Team: Evan Martin (G)

2007-08 ECAC All-Star: Rashawn Johnson (G) D3hoops.com All-Middle Atlantic First Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) NABC All-Middle Atlantic Second Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) All-CAC First Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) 2006-07 D3hoops.com All-Middle Atlantic Third Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) All-PAC First Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) PAC All-Sportsmanship Team: Joe Ransom (G)

2002-03 Wesley College Male Athlete of the Year: Larry Bryant All-PAC First Team: Larry Bryant (G) 2001-02 All-PAC Second Team: Larry Bryant (G) 2000-01 All-PAC Second Team: Larry Bryant (G) All-PAC Honorable Mention: Johnny Woods (C) 1999-00 All-PAC Honorable Mention: Larry Bryant (G), Johnny Woods (C)

1998-99 2005-06 D3hoops.com All-Middle Atlantic Second All-PAC Honorable Mention: Russell Tongue (G) Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) PAC Rookie of the Year: Rashawn Johnson (G) All-PAC First Team: Rashawn Johnson (G) PAC All-Sportsmanship Team: Greg Cooke (G) 2004-05 All-PAC Second Team: Pat Woods (G) PAC All-Sportsmanship Team: Rufus Mincey (F)

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Record Book CAREER RECORDS SCORING Rk Player Points 1 Rashawn Johnson 2,394 2 Larry Bryant 1,791 3 Steve Eady 1,708 4 Dallas Preston 1,432 5 Wesley Thorpe 1,229 6 Jordan Henson 1,204 7 Freeman Williams 1,168 8 Pat Woods 1,087 9 Nick Minor 1,045 10 John Eager 994 11 Kip Remsburg 929 12 Evan Martin 868 13 Alphonzo Wright 810 14 Kevin Johnson 787 15 Dean Mitchell 777 16 Rob Wilson 736 17 Richie Davis 730 REBOUNDING Rk Player 1 Tom Dickinson 2 Dallas Preston 3 Larry Bryant 4 Alphonzo Wright 5 Rashawn Johnson 6 Cody White 7 John Eager 8 Johnny Woods 9 Wesley Thorpe 10 Robert Gordy 11 Nick Minor 12 Kenny Wilkins 13 Neil Cole 14 Dean Mitchell 15 Tyrell Brown

Rebs 723 660 641 626 599 559 541 536 529 465 388 374 367 364 359

ASSISTS Rk Players 1 Freeman Williams 2 Pat Woods 3 Richie Davis 4 Kip Remsberg 5 Wallace Waite 6 Larry Bryant 7 Evan Martin 8 Matt Graves 9 Steve Eady 10 Brian Coleman 11 Jordan Henson

Assists 331 285 282 240 223 212 206 198 173 172 166

STEALS Rk Players 1 Freeman Williams 2 Larry Bryant 3 Dallas Preston 4 Rashawn Johnson 5 Russell Tongue 6 Nick Minor 7 Pat Woods 8 Kip Remsburg 9 Jordan Henson 10 Alphonzo Wright 11 Tom Dickinson 12 Evan Martin 13 Cody White 14 Steve Eady

Steals 269 224 211 173 169 167 149 146 134 127 118 116 109 104

BLOCKED SHOTS Rk Players 1 Johnny Woods 2 Kenny Wilkins 3 Rob Wilson 4 Robert Gordy 5 Neil Cole Tom Dickinson 7 Jawara Stephenson 8 Steve Battaglia 9 Russell Tongue 10 Brian Keglow

Blocks 308 125 105 100 86 86 84 83 78 59

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS* Rk Player Threes 1 Rashawn Johnson 294 2 Pat Woods 170 3 Larry Bryant 160 4 Jordan Henson 133 5 Evan Martin 127 6 Freeman Williams 115 7 Kevin Johnson 107 8 James Stratton 90 9 Nick Minor 88 FREE Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8

THROWS MADE* Player Larry Bryant Rashawn Johnson Alphonzo Wright Jordan Henson Rudy Thomas James Stratton Kevin Johnson John Eager Nick Minor

FTs 405 402 198 164 146 144 138 131 129

*Incomplete. If you have information you think may help complete the record book, please email goynegeo@wesley.edu

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SEASON RECORDS Field Goals Total Player Year 275 John Eager 1987-88 Field Goal Attempts Total Player Year 506 Rashawn Johnson 2008-09 Field Goal Percentage Pct Player Year .655 Paul Reynolds 2009-10 Three-Point Field Goals Total Player Year 83 Rashawn Johnson 2008-09 Three-Point Attempts Total Player Year 228 Rashawn Johnson 2008-09 Free Throws Made Total Player Year 144 Larry Bryant 2002-03 Free Throws Attempted Total Player Year 188 Larry Bryant 2002-03 Free Throw Percentage Pct Player Year 90.5 Dean Mitchell 1988-89 Offensive Rebounds Total Player Year 149 John Eager 1987-88 Defensive Rebounds Total Player Year 226 John Eager 1987-88 Total Rebounds Total Player Year 375 John Eager 1987-88 Rebounds/Game Avg Player Year 13.4 John Eager 1987-88 Assists Total Player Year 171 Richie Davis 1987-88 Blocked Shots Total Player Year 132 Johnny Woods 1999-00 Steals Total Player Year 77 John Eager 1987-88 Points Total Player Year 681 (24.9) John Eager 1987-88 Points/Game Avg Player Year 27.9 (558) Steve Eady 1991-92


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