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Overview GENERAL Founded:…………........……………………….…………. 1906 Enrollment:……….....…….………………………………. 3,180 Colors:……………......………………. Navy Blue and Old Gold Nickname:……......………………………...…....The Hurricanes Facility:………………………….......………… The Storm Dome Capacity:……………………….....………………………. 2,500 Affiliation:……………….…..........…………… NCAA Division II Conference:…………………....………. Peach Belt Conference President:………………….....…………. Dr. Kendall Blanchard Alma Matter:...............................Olivet Nazarene College ‘64 Athletic Director:……….......…………............. Jaclyn Donovan Alma Matter:........................... Georgia Southern University ‘00 Athletic Dept. Phone:…....……………………..(229) 931-2222 Athletic Dept. Fax:……….....…………………. (229) 931-2143 PROGRAM HISTORY First Year as a NCAA Division II Member:….…...….… 2006-07 All-Time NCAA Division II Record .................................. 61-79 Program’s Best Division II Record ................... 20-9 (2010-11) All-Time PBC Record ........................................ 33-56 (.370) Last PBC Postseason Appearance ..........2011 PBC Tournament Result ...................................... L, 68-69 vs. UNC Pembroke Last NCAA Tournament Appearence............. 2011 (1st Round) Result............................................... L, 59-62 vs. Montevallo SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Contact:…………...........…….. Keith Michlig Office Phone:……………….…...…………….. (229) 931-2217 Cell Phone:…………………...……………….. (229) 881-5020 Email:……….………………...........…. Keith.Michlig@gsw.edu SID Fax:……………………....……………….. (229) 931-2143 Web Site:………….....…………… http://www.gswcanes.com SID Mailing/Overnight Address:……... GSW Athletic Dept., 800 Georgia Southwestern State University Dr., Americus, GA 31709 COACHING STAFF Head Coach …...…….…....…………………....... .. Mike Leeder Alma Matter ........…….......…….................... Florida State ‘92 Record at School ……......…………….... 61-79 (Five Seasons) Career Record (Yrs.) …..................…...... 166-183 (12 seasons) Assistant Coach .............................. Stephen Cox, 3rd Season Alma Matter ........….......……...................... Clayton State ‘04 Assistant Coach .............................Curran Keough, 1st Season Alma Matter ........….......……...................... Rhode Island ‘10 Office Phone …………….....………...………. (229) 931-2221 Head Athletic Trainer ………………………….….. Carrie Rahn

Georgia Southwestern State University Americus, Georgia Georgia Southwestern State University, a four-year unit of the University System of Georgia, was founded in 1906 as the Third Agricultural and Mechanical School. In 1926, the General Assembly granted a charter authorizing the school to offer two years of college work and to change its name to the Third District Agricultural and Normal College. The new charter resulted in the expansion of the curriculum to include courses in teacher training, and the State Department of Education gave teacher certification to students who completed the program. In 1932, by legislative enactment, this college and other statesupported institutions of higher learning in Georgia were organized into the University System of Georgia and placed under the jurisdiction of the Board of Regents. As a unit of the University System, the College continued its two-year curriculum and changed its name to Georgia Southwestern College. In 1964, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia authorized Georgia Southwestern College to begin its transition to a four-year degree-granting institution. This action resulted in the development of baccalaureate programs, and the first bachelor’s degrees were conferred in June 1968. The name of the institution was changed to Georgia Southwestern State University in July of 1996. A program of graduate studies leading to the Master of Education degree was approved by the Board of Regents and initiated in June 1973. This program has undergone continuous growth and development, and the Specialist in Education degree was begun in the summer of 1982. The Master of Science in Administration was added in the winter of 1983. The Master of Science in Computer Science was added in the Spring of 1986, and the Master of Business Administration was added to the curriculum in 2003. Among distinguished GSW alumni are former President of the United States and Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Jimmy Carter, former first lady Rosalynn Carter, and former U.S. Attorney General Griffin Bell.


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MEDIA INFORMATION

Georgia Southwestern Athletics Website……………....………………...... www.gswcanes.com Facebook……..…...... www.facebook.com/GSWHurricanes Twitter..........................……..............…….@GSWAthletics Mailing Address............................................. GSW Athletics 800 GSW University Drive Americus, Georgia 31709 The Americus Times Recorder (Chris Whitaker) Phone:………………....………………………. (229) 924-2751 Fax:……………………....……………………. (229) 928-6344 Email:…………………......……. chris.whitaker@gaflnews.com Mailing Address:..... 101 Hwy. 27th East, Americus, GA 31709 The Albany Herald (Danny Aller) Phone:…………....……………………………. (229) 888-9305 Fax:……………....……………………………. (229) 888-9357 Email:…………..............……... danny.aller@albanyherald.com ………….....…………………………sports@albanyherald.com The Sou’Western Email:…………………….....…........…. gswpaper@yahoo.com WDEC & WISK - RADIO (Thurston Clary) Phone:……………………………....…………. (229) 924-1390 Fax:………………………………....…………. (229) 928-2337 Email:…………………….......………….wiskwdec@mchsi.com WALB NEWS 10 – TV (Robert Hydrick) Phone:……………………….....……………… (229) 446-4042 Fax:………………………....…………………. (229) 446-4041 Email:………….. robert.hydrick@walb.com, sports@walb.com    WFXL FOX 31 – TV Phone:……………………….....……………… (229) 435-3100 Fax:………………………....…………………. (229) 903-8240 GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN SPORTS INFORMATION Keith Michlig - Assistant A.D. for Sports Information University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire ‘96 Keith.Michlig@gsw.edu (229) 931-2217 Matt Ensor - Assistant Sports Information Director University of Oregon ‘09 Matt.Ensor@gsw.edu (229) 931-2217

Coaching Staff…………........……………………….…. 3 Roster.……….....…….………………..................……. 5 Roster Breakdown......……………….......................... 6 Seniors……......………………...............................…. 7 Juniors……………………………....................……… 12 Sophomores.....…………………....................……… 18 Freshmen……………………….....……..........………. 21 2010-11 Season Review….......……...................…… 23 NCAA Division II History……………...............………. 26 All-Time Records……….............………….…………. 29 Program History...................................................... 31 Season Leaders………………….............................. 32 2011-12 Schedule................................................... 33


Coaching Staff Mike Leeder Head Coach Sixth Season (67-80) Florida State University ‘92 Mike Leeder will enter his sixth year as the men’s head basketball coach at Georgia Southwestern State University during the 2011-12 season. The Hurricane program is coming off a memorable 2010-11 campaign that produced several firsts in school history, including: first NCAA Division II men’s basketball national ranking, first Peach Belt Conference division title in any sport, first NCAA Division II National Tournament appearance in any sport, first Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year and first NCAA All-American in any sport. GSW spent five weeks ranked in the Top 25, reaching as high as No. 16, and finished the season with a 20-9 record. Southwestern was well-represented on the Peach Belt All-Conference Teams, as well, with players on the First, Second and Third Teams. It’s a list of accomplishments that was recognized and respected by Leeder’s peers, as he was named the Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year. Prior to taking the reigns of the Hurricane program, Leeder served as the assistant men’s basketball coach for three seasons, helping GSW to 59 overall wins and an appearance in the 2003-04 NAIA National Championship Tournament in Kansas City, MO.

The Leeder File • Placed five players on PBC All-Conference teams while at GSW • Coached two Freshman of the Years • Has had players named PBC Player of the Week six times • Coached GSW’s first-ever All-American from any sport • Named 2010-11 Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year

Prior to arriving at Georgia Southwestern, Leeder was the head men’s basketball coach at Longwood University, located in Farmville, Virginia. In his four seasons at the helm he transformed the Longwood program into a National Top 10 team, and led the Lancers to the only conference championship in the schools’ history. He guided the nationally- ranked Lancers to the best NCAA Division II one-season turnaround during 2000-01 at +19 for an overall record of 23-8. That team advanced to the NCAA Division II East Regional Semi-Finals, and established 41 school records. Leeder is a former associate head coach at Kentucky Wesleyan College, and in 1998-99 he helped KWC to an overall record of 35-2, and the 1999 NCAA Division II National Championship. Prior to his one year at Kentucky Wesleyan, he founded and coached the inaugural men’s basketball team at NAIA Thomas (Ga.) University from 1995-98 while serving as the school’s athletic director. Leeder, a Coral Springs, Fla. native received his bachelor’s degree in history from Florida State University and earned a master’s degree in education from Nova Southeastern University. Leeder and his wife, Jodie, have two children Michael (14) and Alyssa (11). The Leeders reside in Ellaville.

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Stephen Cox Assistant Coach Third Season Clayton State ‘04 Stephen Cox is entering his third season as an assistant coach for the Georgia Southwestern Men’s Basketball program. As a member of Head Coach Mike Leeder’s staff, Cox has been part of the turnaround of the men’s basketball program. The 2010-11 campaign saw a 13 win improvement, and it produced several firsts in school history, including: first NCAA Division II men’s basketball national ranking, first Peach Belt Conference division title in any sport, first NCAA Division II National Tournament appearance in any sport. GSW spent five weeks ranked in the Top 25, reaching as high as No. 16, and finished the season with a 20-9 record. Cox was an assistant coach at Savannah State (2008-09) and Mercer (2007-08) prior to his arrival at Georgia Southwestern. His coaching career began at Santa Fe Community College as an assistant men’s basketball coach. From 2004 to 2007 he helped guide the Gainesville, Fla., team to two Mid-Florida Conference Championships. In 2007, SFCC claimed the conference title with an overall record of 26-5, including a league record of 14-1. He began his basketball playing career at Middle Georgia College in Cochran, where he led the Warriors to the 2002 GJCAA State Championship game. Cox played his final two seasons of collegiate basketball at Clayton State, where he helped lead the Lakers to their first-ever top 20 national ranking. The Peachtree City, Ga. native received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Clayton State in 2004 and earned a Master of Education degree from Grand Canyon University in 2006.

Curran Keough Assistant Coach First Season Rhode Island ‘10 Men’s Basketball Head Coach Mike Leeder added Curran Keough to the program’s staff in August 2011. Keough spent the previous season in Salt Lake City working with the Utah Flash of the NBA Developmental League. He was the team’s basketball operations manager and was also responsible for running the Flash’s basketball clinics. After finishing the season with the Flash, Keough spent the summer working for several prominent NCAA basketball camps. They included the Sooner Basketball Camp under Oklahoma Head Coach Lon Kruger and the UNLV Basketball camp under Coach Dave Rice. Keough is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island (’10) where he majored in Business Marketing. The Exeter, Rhode Island-native is the son of Raymond and Lori Keough and has a younger sister Meghan.

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Alphabetical Roster #

Name

Pos. Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown

35 21 10 30 12 20 4 25 34 3 32 33 2

Ian Andre Phillip Brown Colby Czerepinski Bobby Glover Tyler Gunnett Jamon Hawkins Will Kenimer Milos Kleut Adrian Knight Evan Mobley Marlon Rivera Matt Shaw Colin Slotter

F F G G G G F F G G G F G

6-8 6-7 5-9 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-7 6-10 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-6 6-5

235 220 155 215 185 175 215 235 190 180 210 225 205

Albany, Ga. Jonesboro, Ga. Tifton, Ga. Stone Mountain, Ga. Loganville, Ga. Covington, Ga. Athens, Ga. Belgrade, Serbia Thomasville, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Marietta, Ga. Marietta, Ga.

Jr.* Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So.* Sr.* Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So.

Last School

Daytona State College Air Force Tift County H.S. Shelton State C.C. Loganville H.S. Newton County H.S. Truett-McConnell College Lipscomb University Thomas County Central H.S. Windsor Forest H.S. Florida Gulf Coast University Lipscomb University North Cobb Christian H.S.

Numerical Roster #

Name

Pos. Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown

2 3 4 10 12 20 21 25 30 32 33 34 35

Colin Slotter Evan Mobley Will Kenimer Colby Czerepinski Tyler Gunnett Jamon Hawkins Phillip Brown Milos Kleut Bobby Glover Marlon Rivera Matt Shaw Adrian Knight Ian Andre

G G F G G G F F G G F G F

6-5 5-10 6-7 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-7 6-10 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-1 6-8

205 180 215 155 185 175 220 235 215 210 225 190 235

Marietta, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Athens, Ga. Tifton, Ga. Loganville, Ga. Covington, Ga. Jonesboro, Ga. Belgrade, Serbia Stone Mountain, Ga. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Marietta, Ga. Thomasville, Ga. Albany, Ga.

So. Sr. Sr.* Fr. Jr. So.* Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.*

Head Coach: Mike Leeder Assistant Coaches: Stephen Cox, Curran Keough Head Athletic Trainer: Carrie Rahn President: Dr. Kendall Blanchard Athletic Director: Jaclyn Donovan Men’s Basketball SID: Keith Michlig

Last School

North Cobb Christian H.S. Windsor Forest H.S. Truett-McConnell College Tift County H.S. Loganville H.S. Newton County H.S. Air Force Lipscomb University Shelton State C.C. Florida Gulf Coast University Lipscomb University Thomas County Central H.S. Daytona State College

Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Peach Belt School Colors: Navy Blue and Old Gold Soccer Office Phone: (229) 931-7006 Sports Information Phone: (229) 931-2217

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Roster Breakdown

Player Breakdown Georgia - (11) Puerto Rico - (1) Serbia - (1)

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Seniors


The 2011-12 Hurricanes

Phillip Brown # 21 Senior • 6’7” Individual Career History Forward • Jonesboro, Ga. Brown, Phillip Season

2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

29-29 29-29

min/avg

870/30.0 870/30.0

Total fg-fga

163-259 163-259

pct

.629 .629

3-Point fg-fga

9-20 9-20

F-Throws ft-fta pct

pct

.450 .450

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 25, at North Georgia -- 02/19/11; Trinity -- 12/04/10 Rebounds: 22, at North Georgia -- 02/19/11 Assists: 4, 5 times Steals: 2, 5 times Blocks: 6, Clayton State -- 03/01/11; at Armstrong Atlantic -- 2/10/11 FG made: 12, Trinity -- 12/04/10 FG attempts: 16, Trinity -- 12/04/10 3FG made: 2, Francis Marion -- 01/15/11; Fort Valley State -- 11/23/10 3FG attempts: 4, Francis Marion -- 01/15/11 FT made: 6, USC Aiken -- 01/03/11; at Armstrong Atlantic -- 2/10/11 FT attempts: 9, vs Lenoir-Rhyne -- 12/29/10; at Armstrong Atlantic -- 2/10/11

92-139 92-139

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.662 .662

off

Rebounds def tot

91 225 91 225

316 316

avg

10.9 10.9

pf

62 62

fo

0 0

ast

39 39

to

44 44

blk

66 66

stl

22 22

Scoring pts avg

427 14.7 427 14.7

While With the Hurricanes

2010-11 Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year 2010-11 Peach Belt First Team All-Conference 2010-11 NABC Division II All-American PBC Player of the Week three times in 2010-11 2011-12 Sporting News Preseason All-American 2011-12 PBC Preseason All-Conference Team

Personal

iPod favorites include Lil’ Wayne, Drake and Rick Ross Enjoys skateboarding when not on the court Favorite athlete: LeBron James Lists “Troy” and “He Got Game” as his favorite movies Avid Twitter user Aspires to be a pilot Already earned his undergraduate degree and now in graduate school working on his MBA Born June 27, 1989

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The 2011-12 Hurricanes

Will Kenimer #4 Senior •Individual 6’7” Career History Forward • Athens, Ga. Kenimer, Will Season

2009-10 TOTAL

gp-gs

26-4 26-4

min/avg

357/13.7 357/13.7

Total fg-fga

14-36 14-36

pct

.389 .389

3-Point fg-fga

5-15 5-15

pct

.333 .333

F-Throws ft-fta pct

12-16 12-16

.750 .750

off

23 23

Rebounds def tot

28 28

51 51

avg

2.0 2.0

pf

62 62

fo

5 5

ast

8 8

to

26 26

blk

1 1

stl

4 4

Scoring pts avg

45 1.7 45 1.7

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 9, at UNC Pembroke -- 01/17/10 Rebounds: 7, Lander -- 01/30/10 Assists: 2, North Georgia -- 02/20/10 Steals: 1, 4 times Blocks: 1, at University of Monteva -- 01/06/10 FG made: 3, at UNC Pembroke -- 01/17/10 FG attempts: 4, at USC Aiken -- 01/04/10; Truett-McConnell -- 12/05/09 3FG made: 2, at UNC Pembroke -- 01/17/10 3FG attempts: 2, 4 times FT made: 3, Albany State -- 11/24/09; Clearwater Christian -- 12/19/09 FT attempts: 4, Albany State -- 11/24/09; Clearwater Christian -- 12/19/09

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While With the Hurricanes

Redshirted last season Enters third season with GSW after transferring from Truett-McConnell College Key reserve for Hurricanes in 2009-10 registering the most minutes among bench players

Personal

Favorite movie: “Independence Day” Lists Hope Solo as his favorite athlete Considers himself a huge fan of “The Dave Matthews Band” Enjoys seafood, especially crab legs Education major

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The 2011-12 Hurricanes

Evan Mobley #3 Senior • 5’10” Individual Career History Guard • Savannah, Ga. Mobley, Evan Season

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

28-19 761/27.2 27-24 879/32.6 29-29 923/31.8 84-72 2563/30.5

Total fg-fga

94-199 131-329 103-249 328-777

pct

.472 .398 .414 .422

3-Point fg-fga

29-78 51-162 45-130 125-370

pct

.372 .315 .346 .338

F-Throws ft-fta pct

61-83 68-105 85-116 214-304

.735 .648 .733 .704

off

Rebounds def tot

17 66 26 72 18 75 61 213

83 98 93 274

avg

pf

3.0 57 3.6 64 3.2 60 3.3 181

fo

ast

to

1 64 61 2 72 99 3 107 56 6 243 216

blk

stl

1 41 1 38 0 28 2 107

Scoring pts avg

278 381 336 995

9.9 14.1 11.6 11.8

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 24, Lander Bearcats -- 01/31/09; at Columbus State -- 02/24/10 Rebounds: 9, at Georgia College -- 01/12/11 Assists: 9, Carver Bible -- 11/16/08 Steals: 4, 5 times Blocks: 1, at Albany State Universi -- 11/22/08; Albany State -- 11/24/09 FG made: 8, at Columbus State -- 02/24/10; at Francis Marion Univer -- 1-16-10; at Valdosta State -- 11/30/09 FG attempts: 20, at Columbus State -- 02/24/10 3FG made: 4, 6 times 3FG attempts: 11, at Columbus State -- 02/24/10 FT made: 8, at Georgia College -- 01/12/11; Georgia College -- 02/17/10 FT attempts: 11, at Georgia College -- 01/12/11; at Columbus State -- 01/22/11; Georgia College -- 02/17/10

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While With the Hurricanes

On pace to become GSW’s first 1,000 point scorer in the NCAA Division II era Led the Hurricanes in assists the last two seasons 2009 PBC Freshman of the Year Two-time PBC Presidential Honor Roll member

Personal

Lists “King Kong” as his favorite movie Avid Chris Paul fan Aspires to coach high school basketball Favorite food: Buffalo Wings Recreation major Born August 18, 1989

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at Grambling State Universi 11/20/10 at Arkansas 11/22/10 MIAMI 11/27/10 at North Florida 12/02/10 at Jacksonville 12/04/10 at Ohio State 12/15/10 at TOLEDO 12/18/10 N.C. CENTRAL 12/21/10 IUPUI 12/27/10 BELMONT 01/03/11 LIPSCOMB 01/05/11 at ETSU 01/08/11 KENNESAW STATE 01/14/11 MERCER 01/16/11 at Campbell 01/20/11 at Stetson 01/25/11 at Belmont 01/28/11 at Lipscomb 01/30/11 ETSU 02/04/11 USC UPSTATE 02/06/11 at Kennesaw State 02/10/11 at Mercer 02/12/11 at WKU 02/14/11 CAMPBELL 02/19/11 STETSON 02/21/11 JACKSONVILLE 02/24/11 NORTH FLORIDA 02/26/11 Opponent Date at USC Upstate 02/28/11 at Indiana 2010-2011 11/12/10 Totals SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 11/16/10 at Grambling State Games played: 30 Universi 11/20/10 at Arkansas 31.8 11/22/10 Minutes/game: MIAMI 11/27/10 Points/game: 6.4 at North Florida 12/02/10 FG Pct: 31.8 at Jacksonville 12/04/10 3FG Pct: 0.0 at Ohio State 12/15/10 FT Pct: 47.1 at TOLEDO 12/18/10 N.C. CENTRAL 12/21/10 IUPUI 12/27/10 BELMONT 01/03/11 LIPSCOMB 01/05/11 at ETSU 01/08/11 KENNESAW STATE 01/14/11 MERCER 01/16/11 at Campbell 01/20/11 at Stetson 01/25/11 at Belmont 01/28/11 at Lipscomb 01/30/11 ETSU 02/04/11 USC UPSTATE 02/06/11 at Kennesaw State 02/10/11 at Mercer 02/12/11 at WKU 02/14/11 CAMPBELL 02/19/11 STETSON 02/21/11 JACKSONVILLE 02/24/11 NORTH FLORIDA 02/26/11 at USC Upstate 02/28/11 Totals

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The 2011-12 Hurricanes

Marlon Rivera # 32 * * * * * * * * * * * gs * * 29 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Senior • 6’2” Guard • Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

Games played: 30 Minutes/game: 31.8 Points/game: 6.4 FG Pct: 31.8 3FG Pct: 0.0 FT Pct: 47.1

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Prior to GSW

Personal

Rebounds/game: 5.7 Assists/game: 5.4 Turnovers/game: 3.8 Assist/turnover ratio: 1.4 Steals/game: 1.6 Blocks/game: 0.1

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Juniors


The 2011-12 Hurricanes

Ian Andre # 35 Junior • 6’8” Forward • Albany, Ga.

Prior to GSW

• Transferred to GSW from Daytona State College • Two-time All-Mid-Florida Conference Second Team Member while at DSC

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Personal

iPod favorites include Kanye West Favorite athletes are Muhammad Ali and Mike Vick Is often told he looks like former Detroit Piston great John Salley Aspires to be a elementary school principal Elementary Education major Born November 18, 1988

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The 2011-12 Hurricanes

Bobby Glover # 30 Junior • 6’3” Individual Career History Guard • Stone Mountain, Ga. Glover, Bobby Season

2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

21-6 21-6

min/avg

473/22.5 473/22.5

Total fg-fga

33-88 33-88

pct

.375 .375

3-Point fg-fga

22-52 22-52

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 12, Columbus State -- 02/23/11 Rebounds: 8, Columbus State -- 02/23/11 Assists: 5, at North Georgia -- 02/19/11 Steals: 2, Columbus State -- 02/23/11 FG made: 4, USC Aiken -- 01/03/11; Columbus State -- 02/23/11 FG attempts: 11, Clayton State -- 02/26/11 3FG made: 4, Columbus State -- 02/23/11 3FG attempts: 8, Clayton State -- 02/26/11 FT made: 3, at West Alabama -- 01/06/11; Francis Marion -- 01/15/11 FT attempts: 6, Francis Marion -- 01/15/11

pct

.423 .423

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F-Throws ft-fta pct

11-20 11-20

.550 .550

off

17 17

Rebounds def tot

54 54

71 71

avg

3.4 3.4

pf

64 64

fo

2 2

ast

34 34

to

26 26

blk

0 0

stl

11 11

Scoring pts avg

99 4.7 99 4.7

While With the Hurricanes

Registered the most minutes among bench players in 2010-11 season (22.5 minutes per game) Led all GSW guards in rebounding last season (3.4 rebounds per game) Scored career-high twelve points, eight rebounds and two steals against Columbus State (2/23/2011)

Personal

Favorite athlete is Tracy McGrady Lists “Friday Night Lights” as his favorite movie Enjoys playing NBA 2K12 during his free time iPod favorites include J. Cole Psychology major Born September 23, 1989

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The 2011-12 Hurricanes

Tyler Gunnett # 12 Junior • Individual 6’1” Career History Guard • Loganville, Ga. Gunnett, Tyler Season

2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

25-1 29-1 54-2

min/avg

170/6.8 216/7.4 386/7.1

Total fg-fga

5-14 11-34 16-48

pct

.357 .324 .333

3-Point fg-fga

2-5 4-20 6-25

pct

.400 .200 .240

F-Throws ft-fta pct

7-12 4-6 11-18

.583 .667 .611

off

3 4 7

Rebounds def tot

12 27 39

15 31 46

avg

0.6 1.1 0.9

pf

10 15 25

fo

0 0 0

ast

7 26 33

to

30 22 52

blk

0 0 0

stl

4 9 13

Scoring pts avg

19 0.8 30 1.0 49 0.9

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 10, Knoxville College -- 11/20/10 Rebounds: 5, Francis Marion -- 01/15/11 Assists: 5, vs Hiwassee College -- 12/30/10 Steals: 2, Francis Marion -- 01/15/11; Clearwater Christian -- 11/22/10 FG made: 4, Knoxville College -- 11/20/10 FG attempts: 8, Knoxville College -- 11/20/10; vs Hiwassee College -- 12/30/10 3FG made: 1, 6 times 3FG attempts: 4, vs Hiwassee College -- 12/30/10 FT made: 5, Truett-McConnell -- 12/05/09 FT attempts: 9, Truett-McConnell -- 12/05/09

While With the Hurricanes

• Appeared in every game for the Hurricanes in 201011 and 54 games in last two seasons • Scored career-high ten points against Knoxville College (11/20/2010) • 2009-10 PBC Presidential Honor Roll Bronze Scholar • • • • • •

Personal

Avid Dwyane Wade fan iPod favorites include Eminem Favorite sports to play other than basketball: golf and tennis Includes seafood among his favorite foods Business Engineering major Born December 3, 1990

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                                                 ���     2009-2010    2010-2011                                      

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Lipscomb    University              With                                                                                                                                                                                                                               •  Transferred to GSW from Lipscomb University                    •  Appeared in two the        in 53 games      seasons    with                      Bison                    • Played at North Cobb Christian High with current                         Matt            teammate Shaw                                                                                   athlete    Serbian   former   NBA   Star   • Favorite is Vlade                    Divac                   • Considers        himself   an  avid  Linkin   Park   fan        “300”  ashis favorite   movie        • Lists                    • Enjoys       watching   soccer  in his free  time            major           • Management                    • Born       June  14,  1989                                                                                      

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Milos Kleut # 25

Junior • 6’10” Forward • Belgrade, Serbia

    

Prior to GSW

Personal

   

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Adrian Knight # 34 Junior • 6’1” Guard • Thomasville, Ga.

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Prior to GSW

Joins GSW Basketball after two year standout ca reer with Coach Brennon Sewell and GSW Tennis All-Region player while at Thomas County Central High School 2010-11 PBC Presidential Honor Roll member

Personal

• Avid fan of Hornets point guard Chris Paul • Enjoys listening to Wale • Lists “Glory Road” and “The Lion King” as his favorite movies • Enjoys playing tennis, football and golf when not on the hardwood • Education major • Born May 16, 1991

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Matt Shaw # 33 Individual Career History Junior • 6’6” Forward • Marietta, Ga. Shaw, Matt Season

2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

22-6 22-6

min/avg

439/20.0 439/20.0

Total fg-fga

40-92 40-92

pct

.435 .435

3-Point fg-fga

4-12 4-12

pct

.333 .333

F-Throws ft-fta pct

34-48 34-48

.708 .708

off

21 21

Rebounds def tot

38 38

59 59

avg

2.7 2.7

pf

71 71

fo

7 7

ast

3 3

to

32 32

blk

4 4

stl

12 12

Scoring pts avg

118 5.4 118 5.4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 19, Trinity -- 12/04/10 Rebounds: 7, Columbus State -- 02/23/11 Assists: 1, at Kennesaw State -- 11/12/10; Knoxville College -- 11/20/10; Trinity -- 12/04/10 Steals: 2, 4 times Blocks: 2, University of Montevallo -- 02/05/11 FG made: 6, Knoxville College -- 11/20/10; Trinity -- 12/04/10 FG attempts: 13, Trinity -- 12/04/10 3FG made: 1, 4 times 3FG attempts: 2, Columbus State -- 02/23/11; at Kennesaw State -- 11/12/10 FT made: 6, at Kennesaw State -- 11/12/10; Trinity -- 12/04/10 FT attempts: 10, at Kennesaw State -- 11/12/10

While With the Hurricanes

• Led GSW with 17 points and grabbed six re bounds in loss to Division I Kennesaw State in 201011 season opener • Scored career-high 19 points against Trinity Bap tist (12-4-2010) • • • • • •

Personal

Fan of professional gamer Dave Walsh Enjoys playing Xbox during his free time iPod favorites include Blink 182 Lists “Star Wars” as his favorite movie Business Management major Born January 11, 1990

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Jamon Hawkins # 20 SophomoreIndividual • 6’0” Career History Guard • Covington, Ga. Hawkins, Jamon Season

2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

29-1 29-1

min/avg

382/13.2 382/13.2

Total fg-fga

22-56 22-56

pct

.393 .393

3-Point fg-fga

13-28 13-28

pct

.464 .464

F-Throws ft-fta pct

22-25 22-25

.880 .880

off

8 8

Rebounds def tot

28 28

36 36

avg

1.2 1.2

pf

31 31

fo

0 0

ast

53 53

to

36 36

blk

1 1

stl

15 15

Scoring pts avg

79 2.7 79 2.7

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 10, Clearwater Christian -- 11/22/10 Rebounds: 5, Clearwater Christian -- 11/22/10 Assists: 9, Knoxville College -- 11/20/10 Steals: 3, at West Alabama -- 01/06/11 Blocks: 1, Trinity -- 12/04/10 FG made: 3, at Kennesaw State -- 11/12/10; Clearwater Christian -- 11/22/10 FG attempts: 6, Knoxville College -- 11/20/10; Fort Valley State -- 11/23/10 3FG made: 2, at Kennesaw State -- 11/12/10 3FG attempts: 3, at Kennesaw State -- 11/12/10 FT made: 6, at Armstrong Atlantic -- 2/10/11 FT attempts: 6, at West Alabama -- 01/06/11; at Armstrong Atlantic -- 2/10/11

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While With the Hurricanes

A double-digit minutes contributor in all 29 games for the Hurricanes last season Highest returning three-point shooting percent age on team from 2010-11 (46.4%)

• Led the team in Free Throw percentage (88.0%)

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Personal

Favorite foods include Chicken Alfredo Avid Derrick Rose fan Favorite sport to play besides basketball: baseball Lists “Friday” as his favorite movie Human Resources major Born November 11, 1990

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Colin Slotter #2 Individual Sophomore • 6’5” Career History Guard • Marietta, Ga. Slotter, Colin Season

2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

23-22 23-22

min/avg

713/31.0 713/31.0

Total fg-fga

119-256 119-256

pct

.465 .465

3-Point fg-fga

39-106 39-106

pct

.368 .368

F-Throws ft-fta pct

68-91 68-91

.747 .747

off

10 10

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 23, University of Montevallo -- 02/05/11; at Flagler -- 02/12/11; Clayton State -- 03/01/11 Rebounds: 5, at West Alabama -- 01/06/11; at Clayton State -- 02/02/11 Assists: 7, at Lander University -- 01/29/11; Georgia College -- 02/16/11 Steals: 4, North Georgia -- 01/19/11 Blocks: 2, Clayton State -- 02/26/11 FG made: 10, at Flagler -- 02/12/11 FG attempts: 19, Georgia College -- 02/16/11 3FG made: 4, at University of Monteva -- 01/08/11; Columbus State -- 02/23/11; Clayton State -- 02/26/11 3FG attempts: 11, Georgia College -- 02/16/11 FT made: 11, Clayton State -- 03/01/11 FT attempts: 12, Clayton State -- 03/01/11

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Rebounds def tot

44 44

54 54

avg

2.3 2.3

pf

41 41

fo

1 1

ast

64 64

to

84 84

blk

6 6

stl

18 18

Scoring pts avg

345 15.0 345 15.0

While With the Hurricanes

2010-11 PBC Freshman of the Year Third Team All-Conference as a freshman Led the Hurricanes in scoring last season averaging 15.0 points per game 2011-12 PBC Preseason All-Conference Team

Personal

Lists “He Got Game” as his favorite film Favorite athlete is LeBron James iPod favorites include Drake and Curren$y Education major Born July 8, 1991

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Freshmen


The 2011-12 Hurricanes

Colby Czerepinski

# 10

Freshman • 5’9” Guard • Tifton, Ga.

Personal • • • • • •

Lists “Star Wars” as his favorite movie Huge Michael Jordan fan Enjoys playing NBA 2K11 in his free time Favorite Food: Steak Business and Finance major Born March 17, 1993

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The 2010-11 Season The 2010-2011 Georgia Southwestern men’s basketball season was one of many firsts. By season’s end, the program would achieve many historical firsts. Yet, the Peach Belt Conference Preseason Coaches Poll picked the Hurricanes to finish ninth in the conference, which included being picked fourth in the PBC West Division. Flash forward five months and GSW was having the last laugh. After a 3-1 start to the season, Georgia Southwestern was faced with a rare regular season matchup against a Division I opponent from a BCS Conference. The Hurricanes’ trip to Auburn figured to be a cakewalk for the Tigers. Auburn learned quickly that the matchup was anything but. They would lead GSW by only six points going into halftime, but would eventually breakdown the Hurricanes for the 28-point victory. Newcomer Phillip Brown contributed 14 points, six rebounds, four blocks and two assists in the effort. It was just one of many headlining nights for the Jonesboro, Georgia native. The Hurricanes responded to the loss at Auburn with their most pivotal stretch of the season. GSW would win twelve of their next 15 games. The dozen victories came at an impressive average margin of victory of just under 19 points. By the time that stretch of games ended in the beginning of February, Coach Leeder and company found themselves in uncharted waters; competing for a division title. The Blue & Gold seemed to run out of steam for the final month of the season. They would follow up the 12-3 stretch of the season with 4-3 record over their last seven regular season games. However as March began, Georgia Southwestern had qualified for the Peach Belt Conference Tournament. The Hurricanes drew the UNC Pembroke in the first round of the tournament. GSW handled the Braves during their only regular season matchup, which saw GSW win by 22 points. Yet, the slide going into the conference tournament should have been a sign. The Blue & Gold would drop a hard-fought, one point game. GSW would limp into the first round of the NCAA Division II, and they would be given a rare in-conference matchup at the tournament. The Hurricanes had beaten Montevallo twice during the regular season, but much like against Pembroke in the PBC Tournament, it didn’t matter. Georgia Southwestern would lose to the Falcons by three points. Despite the unsatisfactory end to the 2010-2011 season, the Georgia Southwestern men’s basketball team made it the most memorable five months in the program’s history. The 13 win improvement from the year before was just the tip of the iceberg. The 2010-2011 season included GSW’s first NCAA Division II men's basketball national ranking, first Peach Belt Conference division title in any sport, first NCAA Division II National Tournament appearance in any sport, first Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year and first NCAA All-American in any sport.

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2010-11 SEASON Georgia Southwestern Season Box Score (as of Oct 13, 2011) All games

The 2010-11 Season RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

DATE

11/12/10 ## Player 11/20/10 04 Slotter, Colin 11/22/10 21 Brown, Phillip 25 Macon, Trayce 11/23/10 03 Mobley, Evan 11/30/10 32 Bell, Talmadge 12/4/10 33 Shaw, Matt 12/29/10 30 Glover, Bobby 12/30/10 10 Mendell, Matt 20 Hawkins, Jamon 1/3/11 12 Gunnett, Tyler 1/6/11 14 Smith, Derek 1/8/11 34 Hunt, Dannie 1/12/11 Team 1/15/11 Total.......... Opponents...... 1/16/11 1/19/11 1/22/11 Score by Periods 1/27/11 Georgia Southwestern 1/29/11 Opponents 2/2/11 2/5/11 2/10/11 2/12/11 2/16/11 2/19/11 2/23/11 2/26/11 3/1/11 3/5/11 3/12/11

OVERALL 20-9 12-5 8-4

HOME 10-3 5-3 5-0

OPPONENT

Total 3-Point at Kennesaw State gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

AWAY 8-4 7-2 1-2

SCORE

F-Throw Rebounds L, 62-82 ft-fta ft% off def tot

Knoxville 23-22 713 31.0 119-256 .465 39-106 .368 68-91W, .108-33 747 10 44 54 Clearwater 29-29 870 30.0 163-259 .629 9-20 .450 92-139W, .79-53 662 91 225 316 29-29 893 30.8 124-301 . 4 1 2 42-104 . 4 0 4 107-126 . 8 49 39 147 186 Fort Valley State W, 89-77 29-29 923 31.8 103-249 . 4 1 4 45-130 . 3 4 6 85-116 . 7 33 18 75 93 at Auburn L, 50-78 28-20 673 24.0 73-183 .399 49-132 .371 46-57 .807 26 32 58 Trinity Baptist .333 34-48W, .96-61 22-6 439 20.0 40-92 .435 4-12 708 21 38 59 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 21-6 473 22.5 33-88 .375 22-52 .423 11-20W, .63-60 550 17 54 71 vs. Hiwassee 13-0 70 5.4 14-24 .583 10-20 .500 1-2 W, .93-45 500 2 3 5 29-1 382 13.2 22-56 . 3 9 3 13-28 . 4 6 4 22-25 . 8 8 0 8 28 36 USC Aiken L, 72-75 (OT) 29-1 216 Alabama 7.4 11-34 .324 4-20 .200 4-6 W, .60-50 667 4 27 31 at West 19-1 106 5.6 5-9 .556 0-2 .000 5-6 .833 3 12 15 at Montevallo W, .65-55 28-1 218 7.8 8-16 .500 0-0 .000 3-9 333 26 19 45 at Georgia College W, 80-65 39 59 98 W, .78-56 29Francis 5976 Marion 715-1567 .456 237-626 .379 478-645 741 304 763 1067 29UNC 5974Pembroke 650-1642 .396 134-435 .308 408-616 662 340 618 958 W, .61-39 North Georgia W, 69-60 at Columbus State W,Totals 66-58 1st 2nd OT OT2 OT3 at Augusta State L, 59-68 986 1104 21 18 14 2143 at Lander W, 1842 71-53 849 937 24 18 14 at Clayton State W, 78-67 Montevallo W, 68-55 at Armstrong Atlantic L, 80-86 at Flagler W, 80-76 Georgia College L, 83-85 (3 OT) at North Georgia W, 76-74 (3 OT) Columbus State W, 71-52 Clayton State L, 72-80 vs. Clayton State* W, 87-68 vs. UNC Pembroke* L, 68-69 vs. Montevallo^ L, 59-62

NEUTRAL 2-2 0-0 2-2

GSW HIGH SCORER

Matt Shawa (17) pf dq to blk stl pts Phillip 2.3 41 1 Brown 64 84 (21) 6 18 345 10.9 Talmadge 62 0 39Bell 44 (20) 66 22 427 6.4 Talmadge 83 6 38Bell 67 (24) 31 24 397 3.2 Trayce 60 3 Macon 107 56 (15) 0 28 336 2.1 28 0 34 36 0 13 241 Phillip Brown (25) 2.7 71 7 3 32 4 12 118 Talmadge Bell 3.4 64 2 34 26 (18) 0 11 99 0.4 Phillip 3 0 Brown 1 3 (22) 0 1 39 1.2 Trayce 31 0 Macon 53 36 (27) 1 15 79 1.1 Phillip 15 0 Brown 26 22 (22) 0 9 30 0.8 12 0 8 3 0 4 15 Colin Slotter (18) 1.6 52 5 3 11 2 3 19 Evan Mobley9(23) 36.8 Phillip 522 24 Brown 410 429 (17) 110 160 2145 33.0 Evan 542 Mobley - 329 397(13) 90 201 1842 Trayce Macon (21) Phillip Brown (21) Trayce Macon (14) Brown & Slotter (18) Colin Slotter (20) Colin Slotter (23) Brown & Slotter (18) Colin Slotter (23) Trayce Macon (25) Phillip Brown (25) Colin Slotter (20) Colin Slotter (22) Trayce Macon (32) Trayce Macon (19) Trayce Macon (18) avg

avg

15.0 14.7 13.7 11.6 8.6 5.4 4.7 3.0 2.7 1.0 0.8 0.7 74.0 63.5

* Peach Belt Conference Tournament game ^NCAA Regional Tournament game

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2010-11 SEASON Georgia Southwestern Season Box Score (as of Oct 13, 2011) All games

2010-11 Season Statistics RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

##

04 21 25 03 32 33 30 10 20 12 14 34

Player

Slotter, Colin Brown, Phillip Macon, Trayce Mobley, Evan Bell, Talmadge Shaw, Matt Glover, Bobby Mendell, Matt Hawkins, Jamon Gunnett, Tyler Smith, Derek Hunt, Dannie Team Total.......... Opponents......

Score by Periods Georgia Southwestern Opponents

OVERALL 20-9 12-5 8-4

gp-gs

min

23-22 29-29 29-29 29-29 28-20 22-6 21-6 13-0 29-1 29-1 19-1 28-1

713 870 893 923 673 439 473 70 382 216 106 218

29 29

5976 5974

HOME 10-3 5-3 5-0

Total 3-Point avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

31.0 30.0 30.8 31.8 24.0 20.0 22.5 5.4 13.2 7.4 5.6 7.8

1st 986 849

119-256 163-259 124-301 103-249 73-183 40-92 33-88 14-24 22-56 11-34 5-9 8-16

OT 21 24

2010-11 SEASON GAME HIGHS

39-106 9-20 42-104 45-130 49-132 4-12 22-52 10-20 13-28 4-20 0-2 0-0

OT2 18 18

.368 .450 .404 .346 .371 .333 .423 .500 .464 .200 .000 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

68-91 92-139 107-126 85-116 46-57 34-48 11-20 1-2 22-25 4-6 5-6 3-9

OT3 14 14

.747 .662 .849 .733 .807 .708 .550 .500 .880 .667 .833 .333

off

10 91 39 18 26 21 17 2 8 4 3 26 39 715-1567 .456 237-626 .379 478-645 .741 304 650-1642 .396 134-435 .308 408-616 .662 340

2nd 1104 937

.465 .629 .412 .414 .399 .435 .375 .583 .393 .324 .556 .500

AWAY 8-4 7-2 1-2 Rebounds def tot

44 225 147 75 32 38 54 3 28 27 12 19 59 763 618

54 316 186 93 58 59 71 5 36 31 15 45 98 1067 958

NEUTRAL 2-2 0-0 2-2

avg

2.3 10.9 6.4 3.2 2.1 2.7 3.4 0.4 1.2 1.1 0.8 1.6

pf dq

41 62 83 60 28 71 64 3 31 15 12 52

a

1 64 0 39 6 38 3 107 0 34 7 3 2 34 0 1 0 53 0 26 0 8 5 3

Totals 2143 1842

Points - (32) Trayce Macon versus Clayton State (2/26/11) Rebounds - (22) Phillip Brown versus North Georgia (2/19/11) Assists - (9) Jamon Hawkins versus Knoxville (11/20/10) Steals - (4) Colin Slotter versus North Georgia (1/19/11) Blocks - (6 - 2x) Phillip Brown versus Armstrong Atlantic (2/10/11) & Clayton State (3/1/11)

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to blk stl

84 44 67 56 36 32 26 3 36 22 3 11 9 36.8 522 24 410 429 33.0 542 - 329 397

6 66 31 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 2

18 22 24 28 13 12 11 1 15 9 4 3

pts

avg

345 427 397 336 241 118 99 39 79 30 15 19

15.0 14.7 13.7 11.6 8.6 5.4 4.7 3.0 2.7 1.0 0.8 0.7

110 160 2145 90 201 1842

74.0 63.5


The NCAA Division II Era 2006-07 Season

Record: 16-13 Coach: Mike Leeder DATE OPPONENT

11/28/06 11/29/06 12/1/06 12/2/06 12/11/06 12/16/06 12/19/06 12/28/06 12/29/06 12/30/06 1/3/07 1/6/07 1/10/07 1/13/07 1/17/07 1/20/07 1/24/07 1/27/07 1/31/07 2/3/07 2/7/07 2/10/07 2/14/07 2/17/07 2/22/07 2/24/07 2/25/07 2/26/07 2/27/07

SCORE

at Albany State W, 69-68 Carver College W, 100-72 vs. West Alabama W, 73-64 at Valdosta State L, 59-66 Virginia State L, 42-66 District of Columbia W, 66-64 Fort Valley State W, 80-65 at Clark Atlanta W, 56-54 vs. So. Connecticut W, 74-72 at Rollins College L, 72-82 Clayton State L, 64-67 at USC Upstate L, 43-57 Columbus State L, 72-81 at North Georgia W, 78-64 at Georgia College L, 53-68 Francis Marion W, 68-56 at Columbus State W, 81-74 Lander L, 66-74 Georgia College L, 58-71 at UNC Pembroke L, 48-51 at Armstrong Atlantic L, 56-59 Augusta State L, 76-85 at Clayton State W, 58-55 (OT) USC Aiken W, 70-49 Armstrong Atlantic W, 76-64 at Augusta State W, 81-72 vs. Pitt-Johnstown W, 70-61 vs. Central State L, 60-72 vs. North Georgia W, 76-66

2007-08 Season

Record: 8-19 Coach: Mike Leeder DATE OPPONENT

11/16/07 11/18/07 11/21/07 11/26/07 11/28/07 12/1/07 12/10/07 12/17/07 12/29/07 1/5/08 1/9/08

Carver College vs. P. R. - Cayey Florida Memorial Albany State Columbus State Lander at Valdosta State at Flagler vs. St. Augustine at Francis Marion Armstrong Atlantic

SCORE

W, 106-84 W, 76-53 W, 89-77 L, 78-83 W, 82-81 L, 62-68 L, 46-69 L, 51-70 L, 56-76 L, 62-69 L, 64-74

1/12/08 1/16/08 1/19/08 1/21/08 1/23/08 1/26/08 1/30/08 2/2/08 2/6/08 2/9/08 2/13/08 2/16/08 2/18/08 2/20/08 2/23/08 3/1/08

at USC Aiken L, 61-84 Clayton State L, 48-62 at UNC Pembroke W, 77-64 at Columbus State W, 77-76 at Georgia College L, 62-100 Augusta State L, 88-95 North Georgia L, 63-73 at Lander L, 68-73 at Armstrong Atlantic L, 55-73 Francis Marion W, 70-64 at Clayton State L, 38-63 USC Aiken L, 68-89 at North Georgia L, 59-69 Georgia College L, 58-59 UNC Pembroke W, 63-41 at Augusta State L, 58-65

2008-09 Season

Record: 10-18 Coach: Mike Leeder DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

11/15/08 11/16/08 11/22/08 11/29/08 12/1/08 12/15/08 12/18/08 12/30/08 1/3/09 1/5/09 1/7/09 1/10/09 1/14/09 1/17/09 1/19/09 1/21/09 1/24/09 1/28/09 1/31/09 2/4/09 2/7/09 2/11/09 2/14/09 2/16/09 2/18/09 2/21/09

vs. P. R. - Cayey W, 105-76 Carver College W, 103-68 at Albany State L, 66-76 at Lincoln Memorial W, 83-76 (OT) at Valdosta State L, 64-90 at Lander L, 61-76 Flagler L, 63-67 Lincoln Memorial W, 81-67 Francis Marion W, 92-79 at Columbus State L, 67-74 at Armstrong Atlantic L, 68-85 USC Aiken L, 69-88 at Clayton State W, 85-83 (OT) UNC Pembroke L, 67-74 Columbus State W, 77-74 Georgia College L, 60-71 at Augusta State L, 66-84 North Georgia L, 75-82 Lander W, 70-63 Armstrong Atlantic L, 52-61 at Francis Marion L, 52-73 Clayton State W, 65-61 at USC Aiken L, 67-85 at North Georgia L, 80-92 at Georgia College L, 46-63 at UNC Pembroke W, 84-82

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The NCAA Division IIatEra 1/6/11 West Alabama 2/28/09 Augusta State L, 63-95 3/4/09 Clayton State* L, 48-63 *PBC Conference Tournament Game

2009-10 Season

Record: 7-20 Coach: Mike Leeder DATE OPPONENT

SCORE

11/16/09 11/20/09 11/24/09 11/28/09 11/30/09 12/5/09 12/15/09 12/19/09 12/28/09 12/29/09 1/4/10 1/9/10 1/13/10 1/16/10 1/17/10 1/20/10 1/23/10 1/28/10 1/30/10 2/3/10 2/6/10 2/11/10 2/13/10 2/17/10 2/20/10 2/24/10 2/27/10

L, 63-76 L, 60-81 W, 56-52 L, 60-63 L, 52-81 L, 67-70 (OT) W, 62-48 W, 88-58 W, 59-56 L, 82-89 L, 48-77 L, 49-69 L, 42-80 L, 60-68 W, 68-62 L, 61-65 L, 54-62 L, 65-76 L, 58-60 L, 64-65 L, 58-62 W, 65-62 L, 63-69 L, 60-61 W, 63-57 L, 56-68 L, 41-69

West Alabama vs. Florida Memorial Albany State at Fort Valley State at Valdosta State Truett-McConnell Carver College Clearwater vs. Lenoir-Rhyne vs. Hiwassee at USC Aiken Montevallo at Georgia College at Francis Marion at UNC Pembroke at North Georgia Columbus State Augusta State Lander Clayton State at Montevallo Armstrong Atlantic Flagler Georgia College North Georgia at Columbus State at Clayton State

2010-11 Season

Record: 20-9 Coach: Mike Leeder DATE OPPONENT

11/12/10 11/20/10 11/22/10 11/23/10 11/30/10 12/4/10 12/29/10 12/30/10 1/3/11

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at Kennesaw State Knoxville Clearwater Fort Valley State at Auburn Trinity Baptist vs. Lenoir-Rhyne vs. Hiwassee USC Aiken

SCORE

L, 62-82 W, 108-33 W, 79-53 W, 89-77 L, 50-78 W, 96-61 W, 63-60 W, 93-45 L, 72-75

W, 60-50 1/8/11 at Montevallo W, 65-55 1/12/11 at Georgia College W, 80-65 1/15/11 Francis Marion W, 78-56 1/16/11 UNC Pembroke W, 61-39 1/19/11 North Georgia W, 69-60 1/22/11 at Columbus State W, 66-58 1/27/11 at Augusta State L, 59-68 1/29/11 at Lander W, 71-53 2/2/11 at Clayton State W, 78-67 2/5/11 Montevallo W, 68-55 2/10/11 at Armstrong Atlantic L, 80-86 2/12/11 at Flagler W, 80-76 2/16/11 Georgia College L, 83-85 (3 OT) 2/19/11 at North Georgia W, 76-74 (3 OT) 2/23/11 Columbus State W, 71-52 2/26/11 Clayton State L, 72-80 3/1/11 vs. Clayton State* W, 87-68 3/5/11 vs. UNC Pembroke* L, 68-69 3/12/11 vs. Montevallo^ L, 59-62 * PBC Conference Tournament Game ^NCAA Regional Tournament Game


NCAA Division II All-Time Records OPPONENT RECORD Albany State 2-2 Armstrong Atlantic 2-6 Auburn 0-1 Augusta State 1-7 Carver College 4-0 Central State 0-1 Clark Atlanta 1-0 Clayton State 5-7 Clearwater 2-0 Columbus State 6-4 District of Columbia 1-0 Flagler 1-3 Florida Memorial 1-1 Fort Valley State 2-1 Francis Marion 4-3 Georgia College 1-9 Hiwassee 1-1 Kennesaw State 0-1 Knoxville 1-0 Lander 2-5 Lenoir-Rhyne 2-0 Lincoln Memorial 2-0 Montevallo 2-3 North Georgia 5-5 Pitt-Johnstown 1-0 P.R. - Cayey 2-0 Rollins College 0-1 St. Augustine 0-1 So. Connecticut 1-0 Trinity Baptist 1-0 Truett-McConnell 0-1 UNC Pembroke 5-3 USC Aiken 1-6 USC Upstate 0-1 Valdosta State 0-4 Virginia State 0-1 West Alabama 2-1

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All-Time Team Records Since 1990

Category Points in a game Points in a season Points per game Fewest points in a game Fewest points in a season Most points allowed in a game Most points allowed in a season Fewest points allowed in a game Fewest points allowed in a season Most points in a game (both teams) Fewest pts in a game (both teams) Largest margin of victory Largest margin of defeat Most points in a win Most points in a road win Fewest points in a win Fewest points in a home win Most points in a loss Most points in a home loss Fewest points in a loss Fewest points in a home loss Most wins Best Winning % Most consecutive wins Most consecutive season opening wins Most consecutive Wins to start a season Most consecutive home wins Most consecutive road wins Most losses Worst winning % Most consecutive losses Most consecutive losses to start a season Most consecutive home losses Most consecutive road losses Most rebounds in a game Most rebounds in a season Rebound margin in a season

# 123 2931 91.5 38 1624 115 2701 18 1806 227 68 75 38 123 117 50 50 112 112 38 42

Year 12/9/1998 1994-95 1995-96 2/13/2008 2009-10 1/27/2005 2001-2002 12/5/1994 2009-10 1/27/2005 12/5/1994 11/20/2010 2x (Last time: 1/13/2010) 12/9/1998 2/24/1996 12/5/1994 12/5/1994 1/27/2005 1/27/2005 2/13/2008 11/12/2006

30 0.882 18 8 8 15 15 19 0.259 8 2 5 6

2x (Last time: 1998-99) 1998-99 1995-96 2001-current 98, 93-94 1995-96 1998-99 11/19/94-2/25/95 2007-2008 2009-10 2007-2008 2009-10 2x (Last time: 2009-10) 2x (Last time: 1/23/08-3/1/08 )

70 1377 234

1/17/2002 2001-2002 1993-94

Most field goals in a game Most field goals in a season Most field goals attempted in a game Most field goals attempted in a season

50 1120 91 2197

2/24/1996 1995-96 1/7/2002 2001-2002

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All-Time Records Since 1990

Category # Best field goal % in a game 0.672 Best field goal % in a season 0.538 Fewest field goals in a game 10 Fewest field goals in a season 520 Fewest field goals attempted in a game 37 Fewest field goals attempted in a season 1288 Lowest field goal % in a game 0.217 Lowest field goal % in a season 0.404 Most 3-pointers Made in a game 16 Most 3-pointers Made in a season 237 Most 3-pointers attempted in a game 40 Most 3-pointers attempted in a season 671 Best 3-point % in a game 1 (10-10) Best 3-point % in a season 0.396 Most Free Throws in a game 39 Most Free Throws in a season 651 Most Free Throws attempted in a game 53 Most Free Throws attempted in a season 943 Best Free Throw % in a game 1.000 (5-5) Best Free Throw % in a season 0.745 Fewest Free Throws Made in a game 0 Fewest Free Throws Made in a season 356 Fewest Free Throws attempted in a game 0 Fewest Free Throws attempted in a season 550 Most Assists in a game 34 Most Assists in a season 741 Most Steals in a game 31 Most Steals in a season 415 Most Blocked shots in a game 13 Most Blocked shots in a season 233

Year 11/9/2005 1995-96

2/13/2008 2009-10 11/24/2009 2009-10 2/13/2008 2009-10 1/3/2003 2010-11 1/3/2003 1996-97 1/15/1996 1991-92 1/27/2005 1994-95 1/21/2002 1994-95 2/11/1999 2003-2004 2/1/2003 2007-2008 2/1/2003 2007-2008 1/26/1996 1991-92 11/25/1998 1998-99 12/7/1995 1994-95

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Program History Year 2010-2011* 2009-2010* 2008-2009* 2007-2008* 2006-2007* 2005-2006 2004-2005 2003-2004 2002-2003 2001-2002 2000-2001 1999-2000 1998-1999 1997-1998 1996-1997 1995-1996 1994-1995 1993-1994 1992-1993 1991-1992 1990-1991 1989-1990 1988-1989 1987-1988 1986-1987 1985-1986 1984-1985 1983-1984 1982-1983 1981-1982 1980-1981 1979-1980

W 20 7 10 8 16 19 22 17 17 22 17 17 30 22 23 28 30 24 12 24 28 31 21 17 23 22 28 25 18 20 17 7

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

L 9 20 18 19 13 12 9 16 16 13 14 12 4 11 9 4 5 10 16 10 5 2 9 15 10 8 5 10 13 10 7 19

PCT. 0.690 0.259 0.357 0.296 0.552 0.613 0.710 0.515 0.515 0.629 0.548 0.586 0.882 0.667 0.719 0.875 0.857 0.706 0.429 0.706 0.848 0.939 0.700 0.531 0.697 0.733 0.848 0.714 0.581 0.667 0.708 0.269

Coach Leeder Leeder Leeder Leeder Leeder Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Duhon Duhon Duhon Duhon Duhon Duhon Duhon Duhon Duhon Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale Barksdale

* Denotes seasons as a NCAA Division II member

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W Mike Leeder 2006-07 - Present 67 Randolph Barksdale 1996-2006 368 1979-1987 Glenn Duhon 1987-1996 215

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L

PCT.

-

80

0.456

-

196

0.652

-

76

0.739


NCAA Division II Season Leaders Points Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07

Player Phillip Brown Chris Rawls Anthony Sargent Anthony Sargent Norbey Aragon

# 427 412 427 551 507

Rebounds Year Player 2010-11 Phillip Brown 2009-10 Chris Rawls 2008-09 Chris Rawls 2007-08 Frederick Jackson 2006-07 Adrian Robinson

# 316 194 196 116 214

Steals Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07

Field Goal % (Min. 5 attempts/game) Year Player # 2010-11 Phillip Brown 0.629 163-259 2009-10 Chris Rawls 0.479 112-234 2008-09 Chris Rawls 0.577 116-201 2007-08 Aaron Wyatt 0.470 150-319 2006-07 Norbey Aragon 0.511 179-350 Free Throw % Year Player 2010-11 Trayce Macon 2009-10 Chris Rawls 2008-09 Chris Rawls 2007-08 Anthony Sargent 2006-07 Shawn King Assists Year Player 2010-11 Evan Mobley 2009-10 Evan Mobley 2008-09 3 players with 2007-08 Travis Owsley 2006-07 Antonio Campbell Blocked Shots Year Player 2010-11 Phillip Brown 2009-10 Chris Rawls 2008-09 Chris Rawls 2007-08 Aaron Wyatt 2006-07 Adrian Robinson

# 0.849 0.752 0.786 0.752 0.697

Player Evan Mobley Evan Mobley Marcus Scott Anthony Sargent Anthony Sargent Norbey Aragon

# 28 38 38 47 47 73

Three-Point Field Goals Year Player 2010-11 Talmadge Bell 2009-10 Ric Roderick 2008-09 Anthony Sargent 2007-08 Anthony Sargent 2006-07 Shawn King

# 49 59 53 88 56

107-126 188-250 125-159 97-129 85-122

# 107 72 64 67 81 # 66 25 16 10 30

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2011-12 Schedule Day MON. Mon. TUE. Sat. MON. Fri. Sat. TUE. Sat. Wed. FRI. Thu. Fri. Sat. SAT. MON. Sat. Mon. SAT. SUN. WED. Sat. MON. SAT. WED. Sat. WED. Sat. Thu.-Sun.

Date OCT. 31 Nov. 7 NOV. 15 Nov. 19 NOV. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 NOV. 29 Dec. 3 Dec. 14 DEC. 16 Dec. 29 Dec 30. Jan. 7 JAN. 14 JAN. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 JAN. 28 JAN. 29 FEB. 1 Feb. 4 FEB. 6 FEB. 11 FEB. 15 Feb. 18 FEB. 22 Feb. 25 Mar. 1-4

Opponent

BASELINE USA^ at Florida State^ TRINITY BAPTIST at West Florida FORT VALLEY STATE vs. North Alabama% vs. Palm Beach Atlantic% WEST FLORIDA at Montevallo* at Clayton State* CLEARWATER vs. Lenoir-Rhyne& vs. Coastal Georgia& at Lander University* ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC* FLAGLER* at Augusta State* at USC Aiken* FRANCIS MARION* UNC PEMBROKE* NORTH GEORGIA* at Georgia College* COLUMBUS STATE* MONTEVALLO* CLAYTON STATE* at North Georgia* GEORGIA COLLEGE* at Columbus State* Peach Belt Conf. Tournament

Time 7:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 3:00 PM 7:30 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM 7:30 PM 4:30 PM 7:30 PM 12:00 PM 5:30 PM 1:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM TBA

Home Games in BOLD ^ Exhibition % Coca-Cola Classic (Hosted by the University of Montevallo) & Bearcat Holiday Classic (Hosted by Lander University) * Peach Belt Conference games

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Location AMERICUS, GA. Tallahassee, Fla. AMERICUS, GA. Pensacola, Fla. AMERICUS, GA. Montevallo, Ala. Montevallo, Ala AMERICUS, GA. Montevallo, Ala. Morrow, Ga. AMERICUS, GA. Greenwood, S.C. Greenwood, S.C. Greenwood, S.C. AMERICUS, GA. AMERICUS, GA. Augusta, Ga. Aiken, S.C. AMERICUS, GA. AMERICUS, GA. AMERICUS, GA. Milledgeville, Ga. AMERICUS, GA. AMERICUS, GA. AMERICUS, GA. Dahlonega, Ga. AMERICUS, GA. Columbus, Ga. Columbus, Ga.


2011-12 Georgia Southwestern Men's Basketball Media Guide