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Hanover Basketball A NOTE FROM COACH MILLER For the past half-century, Hanover College has enjoyed a proud and storied basketball tradition; one made possible by the hardwork and tireless efforts of many players, coaches and administrators. From 1966-2008, head coaches John Collier and Mike Beitzel together averaged more than 18 wins per season. Our basketball staff is fully committed to continuing to build upon the accomplishments of the past. In doing so, we pledge to maintain a firstclass program. It is our goal every year to put a fundamentally-sound, competitive team on the floor that represents the college well in their actions, attitude and playing ability. We want to put young men in uniform who the entire college community can be proud of as outstanding students, talented athletes and good people. While a great deal of significance is placed on winning in today’s world of athletics, we define our success as a program not only in terms of wins and losses on the court, but by the success our players enjoy once their playing days have passed. Whether you are reading this guide as a fan, alum or a potential future player, we take great pride in what has been accomplished at Hanover. We look forward to the great things our program can achieve in the years to come. Sincerely, Head Coach Jon Miller

TRADEMARKS OF hanover’S PROGRAM Tradition of Excellence From the team’s performance on the court, to the player’s dedication in the classroom, to the facilities on campus — we approach everything with an expectation of being the best.

bigger than Basketball Values such as hard work, toughness, dedication and decision-making are the foundation of our program. We believe these attributes will help our teams achieve success now and also help our players achieve success in their lives after graduation. Team comes first We take pride in our ability to work together as a group of individuals to achieve a common goal, which helps support the true definition of being a team. The good of our group will always come first.


Hanover College 2011/12

Head Coach Jon Miller

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Assistants 3 Coaches Records

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Administrative, Support Staff

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Hanover Panthers

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2011/12 Numerical Roster

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Heartland Conference

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2010/11 HCAC Review

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2010/11 Statistics

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Hanover Team & Individual Records

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Scoring & Rebounding Leaders

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MVPs/Player Awards

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Hanover Season Results

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Hanover’s Collier Arena

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Hanover Facts

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2011/12 Hanover College Basketball coaches Jon Miller Former Hanover standout Jon Miller is in his fourth season as the Panthers’ head coach. He is the 21st coach in Hanover’s basketball history and only the third on the Panthers’ bench since 1965. Miller’s first three seasons have been marked by the program’s return to its traditionally high standards. The overall win total has increased each season, moving from nine wins in 2008/09 to 19 wins in 2010/11. The same can be said of the team’s performance in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference action as the Panthers improved from six conference wins in his first season to 14 this past year. In addition to the increased win totals, Miller’s team this past season earned the program’s first bid to the NCAA tournament since the 2004/05 campaign. Miller, a 1997 Hanover graduate, returned to his alma mater after five seasons as the head coach at Defiance College (Ohio). He guided the Yellow Jackets to a 19-8 overall record in 2007/08, including the school’s first outright Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship (13-3). The National Association of Basketball Coaches’ Midwest District named him coach of the year, as did the Heartland Conference, for the accomplishment. Miller’s squads posted a 67-63 record during his stint at Defiance, including a 3617 record through his last two seasons with the program. He was a four-year starter and three-time all-conference selection at Hanover during the mid-1990s. Voted the team’s most valuable player after the 1996/97 campaign, Miller helped the Panthers earn NCAA tourney appearances in both 1995 and 1996. A two-time team captain, he was a three-year recipient of the Hanover Scholar-Athlete Award and the College honored him as outstanding senior athlete in 1997. In addition to basketball, Miller also played four years of baseball while at Hanover, earning the team’s most valuable player award in 1996. Following his collegiate playing career, Miller served as the top assistant for DePauw University’s basketball team from 19971999. He then joined Hanover’s staff as an assistant in 1999. While on the Panthers’ sidelines, he helped the program earn three consecutive Heartland Conference championships and three berths in the NCAA III national tournament. The program notched a 78-10 record during that span. He and his wife, Angela, a 1997 Hanover graduate, reside in Madison, Ind., with their children Luke, Jack and Audrey.

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Scott Cutter - Assistant Coach Scott Cutter is in his third season as an assistant coach with Hanover’s basketball program. He serves as the recruiting coordinator and has proven to be highly successful at the college level. Along with Head Coach Jon Miller, the two have recruited several all-conference level players and two players named conference players of the year. Cutter is highly involved in several other areas including practice planning, game preparation and mentoring current players on their academic work. He previously served as an assistant under Miller at Defiance College (Ohio) from 2003-2007. Cutter also served as an assistant coach at Ohio Wesleyan University during the 2008/09 season. In addition to working numerous basketball camps in the region and on the West Coast, Cutter has served as director of the Greater Columbus (Ohio) Basketball Camp and was associate director of the summer camp at Defiance. He also has worked camps at Stanford University (Calif.), Gonzaga University (Wash.), University of Cincinnati (Ohio), Xavier University (Ohio) and Miami University (Ohio).

Brady Wells - Assistant Coach Veteran high school coach Brady Wells is in his forth season with Hanover’s program. Coming on board with Jon Miller in the spring of 2008, Wells’ primary duties include practice, game preparation and in-season recruiting. He is a 1983 Hanover graduate who coached the boys’ basketball teams at Salem and Scottsburg High Schools from 1998-2008. He guided those programs to a combined 234-130 record, including five conference titles, four sectional championships, a regional crown and two appearances in the Elite Eight. A high school health and physical education teacher, Wells was a standout cross country and track athlete while a student at Hanover. He resides in Scottsburg with his wife Julie, a 1984 Hanover graduate. The couple has two children, Lauren, a junior at Western Kentucky, and Logan, a freshman cross-country and track athlete at Hanover.

Coaches’ Records Name Jon Miller Mike Beitzel John Collier Don Meek Glen Bonsett Charles Henry Garland Frazier Jack Carl Dutch Struck John Van Liew C.V. Money Orville Hall

Seasons 2008/09 to present 1988/89 to 2007/08 1966/67 to 1987/88 1960/61 to 1965/66 1953/54 to 1959/60 1950/51 to 1952/53 1949/50 1947/48 to 1948/49 1946/47 1932/33 to 1941/42 1927/28 to 1931/32 1923/24 to 1926/27

Wins-Losses 43-34 370-181 388-242 34-98 66-85 31-39 15-11 23-21 8-16 79-78 36-34 21-31

Name Russell Ferguson Sylvester Paulus George Rider Anthony Hotchkiss Edward Black Elzie Weber Wilbur Nagel Joe Lewis J.L. Thompson

Seasons 1921/22 to 1922/23 1919/20 1914/15 to 1916/17 1912/13 to 1913/14 1911/12 1909/10 to 1910/11 1907/08 to 1908/09 1906/07 1905/06

Wins-Losses 14-14 0-4 9-12 5-8 4-5 11-5 6-10 1-2 1-3

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ADMINISTRATIVE Staff President Sue DeWine Dr. Sue DeWine became the 15th president of Hanover College, July 1, 2007. As the former provost of Marietta College (Ohio), DeWine has extensive experience as an administrator, fund-raiser and communication consultant. DeWine was a professor at Ohio University from 1985 to 2000 in organizational communication and research and consulting. She served as director of the School of Interpersonal Communication from 1988 to 2000. She received an award for scholarship, teaching and leadership and an award for dedication to excellence and acceptance of diversity, vision and forthrightness from the National Communication Association. She has served as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, government, and educational institutions. A well-published author, she has written more than 60 communication-oriented books and articles. DeWine earned a doctorate in communication and counseling psychology from Indiana University in 1977. She received a master’s in rhetoric and public address from Miami University (Ohio) in 1967 and a bachelor’s degree in English and speech education from Miami in 1966.

Lynn Hall - Athletic Director Lynn Hall is in her 13th year as Hanover’s director of athletics. Under her leadership, the Hanover’s athletic program has continued to thrive, with both the men’s and women’s programs winning Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference all-sports awards. A 1982 Hanover graduate, Hall was the head coach for the Panthers’ volleyball program from 1987 to 1998. She was able to build an outstanding volleyball tradition, win three conference championships and be named league coach of the year three times. She is a past member of the NCAA Division III National Volleyball Committee. In addition to her administrative work with athletics, she also serves as a faculty member in the exercise science department. Sports Information Carter Cloyd Office Phone: (812) 866-7010 E-Mail: cloyd@hanover.edu Fax: (812) 866-7057 Athletic Trainer Rebekah Blend Office Phone: (812) 866-7379 Fax: (812) 866-7380 E-Mail: blend@hanover.edu

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Team Physician Dr. Peter Maiers II, Orthopedic Surgeon Methodist Sports Medicine, Indianapolis, Ind.


2011/12 Hanover College Basketball Players

No.

Player

10 Tim Bass 11 Michael Kring 12 Drake Hendricks 14 Ryan Nowicki 15 Clayton Fletcher 20 Jim Faehr 22 Kyle James 23 Trent Crabtree 32 Cody Osmon 33 Jacob Steinhart 35 Jacob Rieger 40 Mike Case 42 Shawn Melton 45 Brian Gunter 52 Nathan Bromm 54 Desmond Marks 55 Zach Ashton

Ht.

Wt. Yr.

Pos. Hometown (High School)

5-5 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-5

135 Fr. G Indianapolis, Ind. (North Central) 145 Fr. G Madison, Ind. (Shawe Memorial) 170 Jr. G Muncie, Ind. (Wapahani) 180 Jr. G Westfield, Ind. (Guerin Catholic) 170 So. G Bloomington, Ind. (South) 190 Jr. G Aurora, Ind. (Lawrenceburg) 170 Fr. G Indianapolis, Ind. (Franklin Central) 185 Fr. G Zionsville, Ind. (Crawfordsville) 175 Jr. G Washington, Ind. (H.S.) 180 Fr. F Mount Vernon, Ind. (H.S.) 200 So. F Cold Spring, Ky. (Bishop Brossart) 220 Sr. C Indianapolis, Ind. (Southport) 195 So. G Cincinnati, Ohio (Walnut Hills) 205 Jr. F Louisville, Ky. (St. Xavier) 160 Fr. F St. Anthony, Ind. (Forest Park) 250 Fr. C Bloomington, Ind. (South) 205 Fr. C Fishers, Ind. (Guerin Catholic)

Head Coach: Jon Miller (Hanover, 1997) Assistant Coaches: Scott Cutter (Wilmington, 2002) and Brady Wells (Hanover, 1984) Manager: Stacy Lankheit, Jr., Covington, Ky. Video: Lauren Clark, Jr., Clayton, Ind. 5


2011/12 Hanover College Returning Players

Mike Case #40 Case is a two-time first-team all-Heartland Conference selection. He led Hanover in scoring and rebounding as a junior, averaging 14.8 points and 8.5 rebounds per contest. He has appeared in every game through each of his first three seasons with the Panthers’ program. In addition to his accomplishments on the hardwood, Case also earned Capital One College Division Academic All-District V First-Team honors as a junior and was an academic all-American finalist. In high school, Case ranked among the top five members of his graduating class at Southport and earned straight A’s for four consecutive years. On the hardwood, he was the Cardinals’ most valuable player as a junior and led the team in rebounding during his senior season. As a track athlete, he finished ninth in the state in the discus as a senior.

Year: Senior Height: 6-5 Weight: 220 Position: Center Hometown (High School): Indianapolis, Ind. (Southport)

Year

Case’s Career Highs Points: 34, vs. Hope (Mich.), March 4, 2011 Rebounds: 17, vs. Hope (Mich.), March 4, 2011 Assists: 3, two times, last vs. Mount St. Joseph, Jan. 4, 2010 Blocks: 2, 10 times, last vs. Anderson, Feb. 26, 2011 Steals: 3, two times, last vs. Rose-Hulman, Jan. 20, 2010

Total 3-point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

FT-FTA

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast

TO Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2008/09 25-2 512/20.5 96-159 .604 0-0 .000 43-62 .694 60-93 153 6.1 43-0 7 31 9 13 235/9.4 2009/10 25-21 681/27.2 128-226 .566 0-0 .000 51-66 .773 74-118 192 7.7 64-1 19 38 18 21 307/12.3 2010-11 27-21 709/26.3 169-262 .645 0-0 .000 61-86 .709 82-147 229 8.5 58-0 15 35 9 15 399/14.8 TOTAL

77-44 1902/24.7 393-647 .607

0-0 .000 155-214 .724 216-358 574 7.5 165-1 41

104 36

49

941/12.2

Jim Faehr #20 Faehr saw action in 17 games for Hanover as a sophomore and played in eight contests as a freshman. He also posted a 2-2 record in eight appearances as a pitcher with the Panthers’ baseball program during his sophomore season. At Lawrenceburg, Faehr was a two-time all-Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference honoree and was selected the EIAC’s most valuable player as a senior. Additionally, he was a member of the North-South all-star team and earned allsectional and all-regional honors as a senior.

Year: Junior Height: 6-0 Weight: 190 Position: Guard

Faehr’s Career Highs Points: 6, at Manchester, Feb. 27, 2011 Rebounds: 3, at Manchester, Jan. 22, 2011 Assists: 2, at Manchester, Jan. 22, 2011 Blocks: 0 Steals: 1, three times, last at Manchester, Feb. 27, 2011

Hometown (High School): Aurora, Ind. (Lawrenceburg) Year

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Total 3-point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

FT-FTA

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast

TO Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2009/10

8-0

16/2.0

1-3 .333 0-1 .000

3-5 .600 1-3

4 0.5 0-0 1

3 0 1

5/0.6

2010-11

17-0

93/5.5

6-11 .545 1-4 .250

0-0 .000 1-7

8 0.5 5-0 4

11 0

2

13/0.8

TOTAL

25-0 109/4.4

7-14 .500 1-5 .200

3-5 .600 2-10 12 0.5 5-0 5

14 0

3

18/0.7


Clayton Fletcher #15 Fletcher made 25 appearances for Hanover as a newcomer, including one starting assignment. He shot 39.1 percent from three-point range to rank second on the squad. Fletcher was a member of Bloomington South’s undefeated state championship team during his junior season. In the classroom, he earned a spot on the honor roll all four years. Fletcher’s Career Highs Points: 8, vs. Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Feb. 2, 2011 Rebounds: 4, vs. Anderson, Feb. 26, 2011 Assists: 2, two times, last vs. Anderson, Feb. 26, 2011 Blocks: 0 Steals: 1, three times, last vs. Hope (Mich.), March 4, 2011

Year: Sophomore Height: 5-11 Weight: 170 Position: Guard Hometown (High School): Bloomington, Ind. (South)

Year

Total 3-point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

FT-FTA

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast

TO Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2010-11

25-1 223/8.9 10-26 .385 9-23 .391

7-8

.875 2-5

7 0.3 20-0 12

9 0

3

36/1.4

TOTAL

25-1

7-8

.875

7

9

3

36/1.4

223/8.9

10-26

.385

9-23 .391

2-5

0.3

20-0

12

0

Brian Gunter #45 Gunter played in all 27 games for Hanover as a sophomore. He averaged 3.6 points and 3.3 rebounds in more than 14 minutes per outing. He shot 51.5 percent from the floor and made a team-best 95.8 percent of his free throws. As a freshman, he averaged more than 13 minutes per game while seeing action in 24 games. Gunter earned all-District 25 honors and was named all-Region 7 after his senior season as a high schooler.

Year: Junior Height: 6-5 Weight: 205

Gunter’s Career Highs Points: 16, at Manchester, Jan. 22, 2011 Rebounds: 12, at Manchester, Jan. 22, 2011 Assists: 3, vs. Bluffton (Ohio), Feb. 6, 2010 Blocks: 3, at Defiance (Ohio), Jan. 30, 2010 Steals: 3, vs. Capital (Ohio), Dec. 29, 2009

Position: Forward Hometown (High School): Louisville, Ky. (St. Xavier)

Year

Total 3-point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

FT-FTA

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast

TO Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg 72/3.0

2009/10

24-1 325/13.5 29-57 .509 5-11 .455

9-15 .600 25-51 76 3.2 26-0 7

20 13

6

2010-11

27-1 384/14.2 35-68 .515 5-15 .333

23-24 .958 28-62 90 3.3 29-0 10

18 13

5

98/3.6

TOTAL

51-2 709/13.9 64-125 .512 10-26 .385

32-39 .821 53-113 166 3.3 55-0 17

38 26 11

170/3.3

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2011/12 Hanover College Returning Players

Drake Hendricks #12 Hendricks averaged 7.6 points through 27 games off Hanover’s bench as a sophomore. He led the Panthers with 31 steals and 15 blocked shots and also ranked second on the squad with 42 assists. As a freshman, he appeared in all 25 contests and averaged 14.4 minutes per outing. He was a three-time all-Mid-Eastern Conference selection at Wapahani and was named to the all-Delaware County team as a junior and senior. Hendricks’ Career Highs Points: 21, at Manchester, Feb. 27, 2011 Rebounds: 5, three times, last at Anderson, Feb. 19, 2011 Assists: 5, at Emory (Ga.), Dec. 19, 2009 Blocks: 3, vs. Franklin, Jan. 12, 2011 Steals: 4, three times, last at Manchester, Feb. 27, 2011

Year: Junior Height: 6-1 Weight: 170 Position: Guard Hometown (High School): Muncie, Ind. (Wapahani)

Year

Total 3-point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast

TO Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2009/10

25-5 360/14.4 41-109 .376 15-51 .294

20-27 .741 6-33

39 1.6 30-0 34

32 4

20

117/4.7

2010-11

27-0 509/18.9 69-169 .408 27-87 .310

41-53 .774 9-47

56 2.1 52-0 42

44 15 31

206/7.6

TOTAL

52-5

61-80

95 1.8

76 19

323/6.2

869/16.7 110-278 .396 42-138 .304

FT-FTA

.763 15-80

82-0 76

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Shawn Melton #42 Melton appeared in eight games for Hanover during his freshman season. He was named first-team all-Fort Ancient Valley Conference and team captain during his junior and senior seasons at Walnut Hills. He also was an all-Southwest District honorable mention and top-40 all star selection. Off the court, Melton was on the honor roll all four years and received the President’s Award and the 3.0 and Above Award. Melton’s Career Highs Points: 3, at Earlham, Jan. 8, 2011 Rebounds: 1, vs. Earlham, Feb. 12, 2011 Assists: 1, at Earlham, Jan. 8, 2011 Blocks: 0 Steals: 1, vs. Earlham, Feb. 12, 2011

Year: Sophomore Height: 6-1 Weight: 195 Position: Guard Hometown (High School): Cincinnati, Ohio (Walnut Hills)

Year

8

Total 3-point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

FT-FTA

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast

TO Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2010-11

8-0

13/1.6

1-6 .167 1-5 .200

0-0 .000 0-2

2 0.3 0-0 1

1 0 1

3/0.4

TOTAL

8-0

13/1.6

1-6

0-0

2

1

3/0.4

.167

1-5

.200

.000

0-2

0.3

0-0

1

0

1


Ryan Nowicki #14 Nowicki started all 27 games and averaged more than 32 minutes per outing for Hanover as a sophomore. He ranked third on the squad with 10.8 points per contest. As a freshman, he earned honorable mention all-Heartland Conference honors and played in all of the Panthers’ 25 games. Off the court, he is a member of the Dean’s List and a Hanover Scholar Athlete. As a high schooler, Nowicki was a member of the National Honor Society, the Hamilton County player of the year as a senior and a Class 2A all star.

Year: Sophomore Height: 6-1 Weight: 180

Nowicki’s Career Highs Points: 22, vs. Denison, Nov. 20, 2010 Rebounds: 7, vs. Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Feb. 2, 2011 Assists: 6, vs. Manchester, Dec. 4, 2010 Blocks: 2, two times, last vs. Hope (Mich.), March 4, 2011 Steals: 6, at Ohio Northern, Nov. 15, 2009

Position: Guard Hometown (High School): Westfield, Ind. (Guerin Catholic)

Year

Total 3-point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

FT-FTA

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast

TO Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2009/10

25-23 772/30.9 95-209 .455 41-102 .402

60-67

.896 16-62

78 3.1

46-0 47

43 4

27

291/11.6

2010-11

27-27 882/32.7 91-216 .421 39-109 .358

71-94

.755 17-55

72 2.7

57-1 40

27 5

27

292/10.8

TOTAL

52-50 1654/31.8 186-425 .438 80-211 .379 131-161 .814 33-117 150 2.9 103-1 87

70 9

54

583/11.2

Cody Osmon #32 Osmon started in 14 of his 26 appearances for Hanover as a sophomore, averaging more than 12 minutes per outing. He shot 39.0 percent from behind the arc to rank among the top three long-range shooters on the squad. As a freshman, he logged more than 16 minutes per outing with appearances in all 25 of the Panthers’ contests. He graduated from Washington with academic honors and, as a senior, was named the most valuable player of the Hatchets’ sectional.

Year: Junior Height: 6-2 Weight: 190 Position: Guard

Osmon’s Career Highs Points: 10, two times, last at Franklin, Jan. 13, 2010 Rebounds: 4, at Franklin, Jan. 13, 2010 Assists: 6, vs. Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Jan. 4, 2010 Blocks: 0 Steals: 1, nine times, last vs. Hope (Mich.), March 4, 2011

Hometown (High School): Washington, Ind. (H.S.)

Year

Total 3-point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

2009/10

25-20 402/16.1 22-65 .338 15-41 .366

2010-11

26-14 325/12.5 19-54 .352 16-41 .390

TOTAL

51-34 727/14.3 41-119 .345 31-82 .378

FT-FTA

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast

12-17 .706 6-14

TO Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

20 0.8 28-1 31

18 0

4

71/2.8

3-7

10 0.4 22-0 18

7 0

5

57/2.2

15-23 .652 9-21

30 0.6 50-1 49

25 0

9

128/2.5

3-6

.500

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2011/12 Hanover College Returning Players

Jacob Rieger #35 Rieger notched 13 starts and played in all 27 games for Hanover as a freshman. He averaged 3.2 points and 2.1 rebounds through 16 minutes per contest as a newcomer. Rieger earned all-Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference honors and was the Region 10 player of the year during his senior season. He was also member of the Kentucky Basketball Coaches Association Division II all-star team and an honorable mention all-state selection, Rieger scored more than 1,000 career points. In addition to his effort on the court, Rieger was also a member of the National Honor Society. Year: Sophomore Height: 6-4 Weight: 200 Position: Forward Hometown (High School): Coldspring, Ky. (Bishop Brossart)

Year

Rieger’s Career Highs Points: 11, vs. Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Feb. 2, 2011 Rebounds: 6, two times, last vs. Earlham, Feb. 12, 2011 Assists: 3, two times, last at Franklin, Feb. 9, 2011 Blocks: 1, three times, last vs. Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), Feb. 2, 2011 Steals: 4, vs. Earlham, Feb. 12, 2011

Total 3-point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

FT-FTA

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast

TO Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2010-11 27-13 434/16.1 28-80 .350 3-23 .130 31-52 .596 14-42 56 2.1 44-1 22 32 3 16

90/3.3

TOTAL

90/3.3

10

27-13 434/16.1 28-80 .350 3-23 .130 31-52 .596 14-42 56 2.1 44-1 22 32 3 16


2011/12 Hanover College Freshmen Players

Zach Ashton #55 Year: Freshman Height: 6-5 Weight: 205

An academic honors graduate of Guerin Catholic, Ashton was a two-year letterman with the Golden Eagles.

Position: Center Hometown (High School): Fishers, Ind. (Guerin Catholic)

Tim Bass #10 Year: Freshman Height: 5-5 Weight: 135

Bass graduated with academic honors from North Central. He was a member of the Panthers’ 4A state championship team.

Position: Guard Hometown (High School): Indianapolis, Ind. (North Central)

Nathan Bromm #52 Year: Freshman Height: 6-4 Weight: 160 Position: Forward Hometown (High School): St. Anthony, Ind. (Forest Park)

Bromm was an all-Pocket Athletic Conference selection as a senior and finished his career as the Rangers’ top three-point shooter. He also competed for the 2A-1A squad in the Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic.

Trent Crabtree #23 Year: Freshman Height: 6-0 Weight: 185 Position: Guard Hometown (High School): Zionsville, Ind. (Crawfordsville)

A three-year member of Crawfordsville’s varsity program, Crabtree was an all-Sagamore Conference selection as a senior and the squad’s most valuable player. He is a member of the Athenians’ 1,000-point club and the ninth-leading scorer in school history. He was twice named the all-area player of the year by the Crawfordsville Journal Review.

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2011/12 Hanover College Freshmen Players

Kyle James #22 Year: Freshman Height: 6-0 Weight: 170 Position: Guard Hometown (High School): Indianapolis, Ind. (Franklin Central)

A four-year honor-roll student, James received the Jim Mills Scholarship and was named most valuable player of the Marion County Academic All-Stars. He excelled on the court as well, earning first-team allConference Indiana and a second-team all-Marion County honors as a senior.

Michael Kring #11 Year: Freshman Height: 5-10 Weight: 145 Position: Guard Hometown (High School): Madison, Ind. (Shawe Memorial)

Kring was a three-time most valuable player and all-Ohio River Valley Conference honoree at Shawe Memorial. As a senior, he was named the area player of the year by the Madison Courier. He earned the Hilltoppers’ top assist and defense awards as a sophomore, junior and senior.

Desmond Marks #54 Year: Freshman Height: 6-5 Weight: 250 Position: Center Hometown (High School): Bloomington, Ind. (South)

Marks was a member of two Indiana 4A state championship teams at Bloomington South. He was an honorable-mention all-Conference Indiana selection as a senior and also earned a slot on the all-tournament team at the 2010 Indiana Hall of Fame Classic.

Jacob Steinhart #33 Year: Freshman Height: 6-5 Weight: 180 Position: Forward Hometown (High School): Mount Vernon, Ind. (H.S.)

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Steinhart earned Mount Vernon’s newcomer-ofthe-year award as a junior and was the Wildcats’ most valuable player the following year. During his senior season, he was named the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association/Pacers-Fever player of the week. At season’s end, he was an all-Big 8 Conference honoree and an honorable mention all-state selection.


Heartland Conference

The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference is a union of 10 private small colleges and universities from Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Formed in 1997, the Heartland Conference is affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association and participates at the Division III level, which offers no athletic scholarships. The league currently sponsors men’s championship in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, indoor and outdoor track & field and wrestling. Championships are awarded in nine women’s sports, including: basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track & field and volleyball. Five member schools were formerly affiliated with the Indiana Collegiate Athletic Conference and three schools were members of the Association of Mideast Colleges. Anderson University, Franklin College, Hanover, Manchester College and the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology were each charter members of the ICAC. Bluffton University, Defiance College and the College of Mount St. Joseph were each members of the AMC.

Mike Case, a senior center, is a two-time first-team all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference selection.

Transylvania University, a former member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), officially joined the Heartland Conference in 2001. Earlham College, a former member of the North Coast Athletic Conference, joined the HCAC prior to the 2010-11 academic year.

Anderson University Location: Anderson, Ind. Enrollment: 2,750 www.anderson.edu

Franklin College Location: Franklin, Ind. Enrollment: 1,047 www.franklincollege.edu

Bluffton University Location: Bluffton, Ohio Enrollment: 1,127 www.bluffton.edu

Hanover College Location: Hanover, Ind. Enrollment: 1,000 www.hanover.edu

Defiance College Location: Defiance, Ohio Enrollment: 1,070 www.defiance.edu

Manchester College Location: North Manchester, Ind. Enrollment: 1,223 www.manchester.edu

Earlham College Location: Richmond, Ind. Enrollment: 1,200 www.earlham.edu

College of Mount St. Joseph Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment: 2,300 www.msj.edu

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Location: Terre Haute, Ind. Enrollment: 1,900 www.rose-hulman.edu Transylvania University Location: Lexington, Kentucky Enrollment: 1,100 www.transy.edu

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2010/11 HCAC REVIEW 2010/11 Final Standings

2010/11 HCAC Honorees

Team 1. Manchester 2. Hanover 3. Anderson (Ind.) 4. Transylvania 5. Rose-Hulman 6. Bluffton 7. Defiance 8. Franklin 9. Mt. St. Joseph 10. Earlham

Player of the Year: Jordan Moss, Manchester, Jr., G Freshman of the Year: Julian Strickland, Rose-Hulman, G Coach of the Year: Brad Nadborne, Manchester

HCAC All 15-3 22-7 14-4 19-8 13-5 18-9 11-7 18-9 10-8 16-10 8-10 15-11 8-10 13-12 6-12 8-17 5-13 7-18 0-18 2-23

Past HCAC Champions Year Team Record 2010/11 Manchester 15-3 2009/10 Anderson 13-3 2008/09 Transylvania 13-3 Franklin 13-3 2007/08 Defiance 13-13 2006/07 Franklin 11-5 2005/06 Transylvania 12-2 2004/05 Hanover 11-3 Transylvania 11-3 2003/04 Hanover 14-0 2002/03 Hanover 13-1 2001/02 Hanover 11-3 2000-/01 Hanover 7-5 Manchester 7-5 Defiance 7-5 1999/00 Franklin 10-2 1998/99 Manchester 11-3 1997/98 Wabash 10-2 1996/97 Rose-Hulman 9-3 Wabash 9-3 1995/96 Hanover 11-1 1994/95 Manchester 12-0 1993/94 Manchester 10-2 1992/93 DePauw 9-3 1991/92 Franklin 11-1 1990/91 Taylor 13-1 1989/90 DePauw 12-2 1988/89 Franklin 8-2

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First-Team All-HCAC: Mike Case, Hanover, Jr., F Mitchell Meyer, Hanover, Sr., F Brock Morrison, Anderson, Jr., F Jordan Moss, Manchester, Jr., G Brandon Rash, Transylvania, So., F Logan Wolfrum, Defiance, So., G

Second-Team All-HCAC: Will Conoley, Franklin, Jr., C Ben Haarman, Mount St. Joseph, Sr., G Tyler Henn, Manchester, Sr., F Mychal Hill, Bluffton, Jr., G Gabe Miller, Anderson, Sr., G Austin Weatherford, Rose-Hulman, So., G

Honorable Mention All-HCAC: Anthony Brown, Defiance, Jr., G Tyler Delauder, Manchester, Sr., G Gunner Erwin, Franklin, So., F Nathan Ferch, Manchester, Sr., G Josh Fisher, Bluffton, So., G Phil Hogan, Anderson, So., G Andrew Jones, Anderson, Sr., F Grant Pangallo, Hanover, Fr., G Julian Strickland, Rose-Hulman, Fr., G

2011 graduate Mitchell Meyer was a four-time all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference selection. He also was named the HCAC’s freshman of the year in 2007.


2010/11 Hanover Statistics RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES (19-8) (10-1) (6-6) (3-1) CONFERENCE (14-4) (9-0) (5-4) (0-0) NON-CONFERENCE (5-4) (1-1) (1-2) (3-1)

TOTAL

3-PTS

REBOUNDS

## Player GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 40 Case, Mike 27-21 709 26.3 169-262 .645 0-0 .000 61-86 .709 82 147 229 8.5 58 0 15 35 9 15 399 14.8 42 Meyer, Mitchell 26-26 809 31.1 123-219 .562 9-32 .281 94-156 .603 46 121 167 6.4 38 0 19 42 9 12 349 13.4 14 Nowicki, Ryan 27-27 882 32.7 91-216 .421 39-109 .358 71-94 .755 17 55 72 2.7 57 1 40 27 5 27 292 10.8 10 Pangallo, Grant 26-26 764 29.4 96-241 .398 44-112 .393 41-52 .788 5 40 45 1.7 45 0 98 60 0 30 277 10.7 12 Hendricks, Drake 27-0 509 18.9 69-169 .408 27-87 .310 41-53 .774 9 47 56 2.1 52 0 42 44 15 31 206 7.6 45 Gunter, Brian 27-1 384 14.2 35-68 .515 5-15 .333 23-24 .958 28 62 90 3.3 29 0 10 18 13 5 98 3.6 35 Rieger, Jacob 27-13 434 16.1 28-80 .350 3-23 .130 31-52 .596 14 42 56 2.1 44 1 22 32 3 16 90 3.3 32 Osmon, Cody 26-14 325 12.5 19-54 .352 16-41 .390 3-6 .500 3 7 10 0.4 22 0 18 7 0 5 57 2.2 52 Jones, Dee 17-6 147 8.6 15-23 .652 0-0 .000 6-11 .545 12 18 30 1.8 34 0 0 13 5 7 36 2.1 15 Fletcher, Clayton 25-1 223 8.9 10-26 .385 9-23 .391 7-8 .875 2 5 7 0.3 20 0 12 9 0 3 36 1.4 54 Ayers, Blaze 7-0 68 9.7 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 5 5 10 1.4 12 0 2 2 1 2 7 1.0 22 Doehrman, Jason 9-0 24 2.7 2-3 .667 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 0 3 3 0.3 1 0 2 3 0 0 7 0.8 20 Faehr, Jim 17-0 93 5.5 6-11 .545 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1 7 8 0.5 5 0 4 11 0 2 13 0.8 33 Heckman, Patrick 12-0 41 3.4 3-7 .429 1-1 1.000 2-2 1.000 4 2 6 0.5 5 0 0 3 0 1 9 0.8 23 Melton, Shawn 8-0 13 1.6 1-6 .167 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0 2 2 0.3 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 0.4 TEAM 39 32 71 2.6 0 11 Total 27 5425 669-1389 .482 157-455 .345 384-552 .696 267 595 862 31.9 422 2 285 318 60 157 1879 69.6 Opponents 27 5426 637-1447 .440 181-550 .329 297-416 .714 243 525 768 28.4 499 13 330 303 67 135 1752 64.9

2011/12 returnees in bold SCORE BY PERIODS: Hanover Opponents

TEAM STATISTICS

1st 854 791

HANOVER

2nd 1010 954

OT 15 - 7 -

OPP

SCORING 1879 1752 Points per game 69.6 64.9 Scoring margin +4.7 - FIELD GOALS-ATT 669-1389 637-1447 Field goal pct. .482 .440 3 POINT FG-ATT 157-455 181-550 3-point FG pct. .345 .329 3-pt FG made per game 5.8 6.7 FREE THROWS-ATT 384-552 297-416 Free throw pct. .696 .714 REBOUNDS 862 768 Rebounds per game 31.9 28.4 Rebounding margin +3.5 - ASSISTS 285 330 Assists per game 10.6 12.2 TURNOVERS 318 303 Turnovers per game 11.8 11.2 Turnover margin -0.6 - Assist/turnover ratio 0.9 1.1 STEALS 157 135 Steals per game 5.8 5.0 BLOCKS 60 67 Blocks per game 2.2 2.5

Total 1879 1752

Season Results

W/L

11-19-10 at Chicago L 11-20-10 vs Denison W 11-23-10 WABASH L 11-28-10 WASHINGTON W *12-01-10 TRANSYLVANIA W OT *12-04-10 MANCHESTER W *12-11-10 at Defiance W *12-18-10 at Mount St. Joseph W 12-28-10 vs Ohio Northern W 12-29-10 at Centre W *01-05-11 BLUFFTON W *01-08-11 at Earlham W *01-12-11 FRANKLIN W *01-15-11 ANDERSON W *01-19-11 at Rose-Hulman L *01-22-11 at Manchester L *01-26-11 at Transylvania L *01-29-11 DEFIANCE W *02-02-11 MOUNT ST. JOSEPH W *02-05-11 at Bluffton W *02-09-11 at Franklin W *02-12-11 EARLHAM W *02-16-11 ROSE-HULMAN W *02-19-11 at Anderson L 02-26-11 vs Anderson W

SCORE 66-84 64-54 55-68 56-52 68-60 81-72 80-78 65-61 68-55 65-61 66-55 79-48 82-56 57-54 64-66 52-67 67-77 80-68 82-67 83-76 85-72 81-61 69-66 63-72 62-50

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Hanover Team & Individual Records Team Records School Win-Loss Record 1,167-938 from 1900/01 to 2010/11 Consecutive Winning Seasons 16, 1992/93 to 2007/08 Consecutive Wins to Begin Season 11, 2002/03 Best Regular Season 27-2 (.931), 2002/03 Worst Regular Season 0-24, 1965/66 Longest Winning Streak 17 games, 1973/74 and 2003/04 Longest Losing Streak 28 games, 1965/66 and 1966/67 Largest Winning Margin 81 points, 1998 Hanover 118, Indiana-Northwest 37 Largest Losing Margin 51 points, 1947 Indiana State 86, Hanover 35

Longest Game Five overtimes, 1989 Hanover 121, Oakland City 111 Most Points Scored (Hanover) 127, vs. Rose Polytechnical Institute, 1969 Most Points Allowed 117, vs. Indiana Central, 1954, and vs. Taylor, 1966 Most Combined Points 232, Hanover 121, Oakland City 111, 1989 Most Points Scored (Season) 2,910, 1967/68 Most Three-Pointers in a Game 16, vs. Wabash, 2006 Best Scoring Average (Season) 90.3, 1967/68

Best Team Three-Point FG Percentage 47.3%, 1986/87 Best Team Free Throw Percentage 77.8%, 1988/89 Highest Winning Margin Average (Season) 15.6, 1973/74 Most Rebounds (Season) 1,459, 1967/68 Most Rebounds (Game) 63, vs. Earlham, 1969 Best Rebounding Average (Season) 45.6, 1967/68 Best Rebound Percentage (Season) 60.6, 1969/70 Coaching Wins 388, John Collier, 1966-1988 (388-242)

Best Team Field Goal Percentage 55.9%, 1973/74

Individual Records Points Career: 2,368, Mark Gabriel, 1966/70 Season: 824, Mark Gabriel. 1967/68 Game: 70, Frank Jean, vs. Louisville, 1942

Field Goals Made Career: 988, Mark Gabriel, 1966/70 Season: 342, Mark Gabriel, 1967/68 Game: 32, Frank Jean, vs. Louisville, 1942

Points by Freshman 565, Mark Gabriel, 1966/67

Three/Point Field Goals Made Career: 216, Derrick Clevenger, 1999/03, and Thad McCracken, 2000/04 Season: 76, Thad McCracken, 2003/04 Game: 11, Clint Parker vs. Wabash, 2006

Points by Sophomore 824, Mark Gabriel, 1967/68 Points by Junior 661, David Benter, 1994/95 Points by Senior 635, Dennis Laker, 1973/74; Bart Pflum, 1982/83 and Kevin Bell, 1985/86 Scoring Average Career: 21.0, Mark Gabriel, 1966/70 Season: 27.2, Frank Jean, 1942/43 Scoring Average by Freshman 20.2, Mark Gabriel, 1966/67 Scoring Average by Sophomore 25.8, Mark Gabriel, 1967/68 Scoring Average by Junior 23.6, David Benter, 1994/95 Scoring Average by Senior 27.2, Frank Jean, 1942/43

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Free Throws Made Career: 419, Carl Meador, 1954/58 Season: 145, David Benter, 1994/95 Game: 16, Brian Stevens vs. Oak. City, 1989 Field Goal Percentage Career: .645, Dennis Laker, 1970/74 Season: .669, Mark Gabriel, 1967/68 Game: 1.000 (12/12), Marc O’Leary vs. Westminster, 2006 Three/Point Field Goal Percentage Career: .513, Brian Reeder, 1986/88 Season: .545, Brian Reeder, 1987/88 (61/112) Game: 1.000 (5/5), Paul Johnson vs. Franklin, 1991, Marc O’Leary vs. Westminster, 2006

Free Throw Percentage Career: .837, Brian Stevens, 1987/89 Season: .916, Mark Lawrence, 1983/84 Game: 1.000 (14/14), Carl Meador vs. Centre, 1957 Rebounds Career: 1,463, Mark Gabriel, 1966/70 Season: 419, Mark Gabriel, 1967/68 Game: 25, Mark Gabriel vs. St. Leo, 1969/70 Rebounding Average Career: 12.9, Mark Gabriel, 1966/70 Season: 13.8, Mark Gabriel, 1969/70 Assists Career: 343, Bill Williams, 1978/82 Season: 163, Bill Williams, 1981/82 Game: 13, Jon Miller vs. Anderson, 1995 Assist Average Career: 4.5, Bill Williams, 1978/82 Season: 5.1, Bill Williams, 1981/82


Scoring & Rebounding leaders 1,000-Point Scorers # Name (Seasons) 1. Mark Gabriel (1966/70) 2. Rob St. Pierre (1966/70) 3. Dennis Laker (1970/74) 4. David Benter (1992/96) 5. Andy Taff (1946/50) 6. Joe Brunk (1978/82) 7. Steve Wilson (1966/70) 8. Mike Miller (1965/69) 9. Carl Meador (1954/58) 10. Bill French (1976/79) 11. Tim Kessling (1987/91) 12. Mitchell Meyer (2007/2011) 13. Dave Snyder (1978/82) 14. Matt Moore (2001/05) 15. Bart Pflum (1979/83) 16. Pat Williams (1971/75) 17. Kevin Bell (1982/86)

Points 2,368 2,023 1,988 1,934 1,675 1,659 1,641 1,601 1,525 1,524 1,492 1,402 1,401 1,392 1,328 1,294 1,267

# Name (Seasons) Points 18. Ben Lye (2002/06) 1,222 19. Joe Landis (1951/55) 1,214 20. Hudson Heidbreder (1989/93) 1,211 21. Jim Hammond (1975/79) 1,203 22. Gary Kemper (1960/63) 1,200 23. John Morris (1953/57) 1,187 24. Paul Johnson (1990/94) 1,185 25. John Carter (1988/92) 1,116 26. John Muessel (1970/74) 1,087 27. Derrick Clevenger (1999/03) 1,085 28. Rick Baughman (1983/87) 1,080 Scott Adams (1990/94) 1,080 30. Ken Trinkle (1961/65) 1,068 31. Stacy Meyer (1991/95) 1,061 32. Brian Chrin (2002/06) 1,043 33. Thad McCracken (2000/04) 1,026

A member of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, Andy Taff played for Hanover from 1946/50 and was the Panthers’ first 1,000-point scorer. As a senior, Taff led the state of Indiana in scoring and ranked eighth in the nation. He finished his career with 1,675 points.

500-Rebound Club # Name (Seasons) Boards 1. Mark Gabriel (1966/70) 1,463 2. Dennis Laker (1970/74) 1,317 3. Rob St. Pierre (1966/70) 1,110 4. Mike Miller (1965/69) 955 5. Joe Brunk (1978/82) 789 6. David Benter (1992/96) 755 7. Dave Snyder (1978/82) 743 8. Robby Brown (2004/2008) 691 9. Steve Wilson (1966/70) 690 10. John Muessel (1970/74) 677 11. Tim Kessling (1987/91) 667 12. Ben Lye (2002/06) 655 13. Bart Pflum (1979/83) 634 14. Mitchell Meyer (2007-2011) 632 15. Bill French (1976/79) 596 16. Tommy Dennis (2001/05) 578 17. Mike Case (2008-present) 574 18. Jon Nimrod (1986/90) 542 19. Joe Neuman (1998/02) 516 20. Rick Baughman (1983/87) 515

Hanover’s 1967/68 squad was the first in school history to post a 20-win season. Under John Collier, the Panthers finished with a 22-10 record and earned the program’s first berth in the NAIA national tournament. The team featured four of the top nine scorers and rebounders in Hanover history, including Mark Gabriel (2,368 points), Rob St. Pierre (2,023), Steve Wilson (1,641) and Mike Miller (1,601).

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mvps / PlAYER AWARDS Most Valuable Players 2010/2011 Mitchell Meyer 2009/10 Jake Inman 2008/09 Mitchell Meyer 2007/08 Clint Parker & Robby Brown 2006/07 Marc O’Leary 2005/06 Brian Chrin 2004/05 Matt Moore 2003/04 Team Award 2002/03 Matt Moore & Derrick Clevenger 2001/02 Joe Neuman 2000/01 Joe Neuman 1999/00 Mike West 1998/99 Greg Lorenzi 1997/98 Greg Lorenzi 1996/97 Jon Miller & Kyle Brewer 1995/96 David Benter 1994/95 David Benter 1993/94 David Benter 1992/93 Hudson Heidbreder 1991/92 John Carter 1990/91 Tim Kessling

1989/90 Tim Kessling 1988/89 Brian Stevens 1987/88 Brian Reeder 1986/87 Rick Baughman 1985/86 Rick Baughman 1984/85 Ernest Jennels & Del Wood 1983/84 Steve Plumer 1982/83 Bart Pflum 1981/82 Joe Brunk & Bill Williams 1980/81 Joe Brunk 1979/80 Rick Rosebrough & Joe Brunk 1978/79 Bill French & Jim Hammond 1977/78 Bill French 1976/77 Marlin Kohlmeier 1975/76 Tony Velhaus 1974/75 Bill Bowen & Pat Williams 1973/74 John Muessel 1972/73 Dennis Laker 1971/72 Tony Smith 1970/71 Jeff Klein 1969/70 Steve Wilson

1968/69 Mark Gabriel 1967/68 Rob. St. Pierre 1966/67 L.J. Taylor 1965/66 John Bruce 1964/65 Ken Trinkle 1963/64 Ken Trinkle 1962/63 Gary Kemper 1961/62 Gary Kemper 1960/61 Bill Boatman 1959/60 John Jenkins 1958/59 Mickey Lamson 1957/58 John Ford 1956/57 Carl Meador 1955/56 Carl Meador 1954/55 Joe Landis 1953/54 Mick Hennegan 1952/53 Bud King 1951/52 Ed Orrill 1950/51 Barney Scott 1949/50 Andy Taff 1948/49 John Collier 1947/48 Andy Taff

Collier Mental Attitude Award 2010/11 Ryan Nowicki 2009/10 Jake Inman 2008/09 Dan O’Leary 2006/07 Marc O’Leary 2005/06 Brian Chrin 2004/05 Ryan Lanning 2003/04 Thad McCracken 2002/03 Derrick Clevenger 2001/02 Brandon Hoffman 2000/01 Matt Brewer 1999/00 Tyson Crandall

1998/99 Kevin Klein 1997/98 Toby Carrigan 1996/97 Kyle Brewer 1995/96 David Benter 1994/95 David Benter 1993/94 Paul Johnson 1992/93 Scott Adams 1991/92 Doug Winters 1990/91 Paul Johnson

Brennen Hustle Award 2010/11 Dee Jones 2009/10 Ryan Nowicki 2008/09 Dane Coats 2006/07 Jake Inman 2005/06 Dan O’Leary 2004/05 Robby Brown 2003/04 Nate Minyard 2002/03 Thad McCracken

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Hanover’s Season results Season 1900/01 1901/02 1902/03 1903/04 1904/05 1905/06 1906/07 1907/08 1908/09 1909/10 1910/11 1911/12 1912/13 1913/14 1914/15 1915/16 1916/17 1917/18 1919/20 1921/22 1922/23 1923/24 1924/25 1925/26 1926/27 1927/28 1928/29 1929/30 1930/31 1931/32 1932/33 1933/34 1934/35 1935/36 1936/37 1937/38 1938/39 1939/40 1940/41 1941/42 1942/43 1946/47 1947/48 1948/49 1949/50 1950/51 1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 1956/57 1957/58 1958/59

W L T 2 - 0 1 - 0 2 - 1 - 1 6 - 1 0 - 1 1 - 3 1 - 2 3 - 4 3 - 7 6 - 2 5 - 3 4 - 5 5 - 4 0 - 4 1 - 4 2 - 3 6 - 5 0 - 2 0 - 4 5 - 7 9 - 7 9 - 5 3 - 10 6 - 6 3 - 10 1 - 10 10 - 6 - 1 7 - 8 7 - 2 10 - 5 5 - 8 7 - 7 6 - 10 6 - 9 5 - 10 7 - 4 10 - 5 4 - 9 10 - 7 9 - 8 7 - 7 8 - 16 11 - 11 10 - 9 15 - 11 13 - 9 9 - 16 9 - 14 10 - 9 10 - 11 5 - 18 14 - 8 14 - 9 8 - 14

1959/60 1960/61 1961/62 1962/63 1963/64 1964/65 1965/66 1966/67 1967/68 1968/69 1969/70 1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84 1984/85 1985/86 1986/87 1987/88 1988/89 1989/90 1990/91 1991/92 1992/93 1993/94 1994/95 1995/96 1996/97 1997/98 1998/99 1999/00 2000/01 2001/02 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11

5 - 15 4 - 18 9 - 13 9 - 14 6 - 15 6 - 15 0 - 23 19 - 9 22 - 10 22 - 4 23 - 5 9 - 15 16 - 12 18 - 8 29 - 4 18 - 7 8 - 18 19 - 10 18 - 11 23 - 7 21 - 10 26 - 8 26 - 6 17 - 11 11 - 15 10 - 15 7 - 19 9 - 20 14 - 16 13 - 17 21 - 11 19 - 13 10 - 20 16 - 9 20 - 6 22 - 7 21 - 6 16 - 10 15 - 11 16 - 9 20 - 6 19 - 7 21 - 5 27 - 2 26 - 2 25 - 6 16 - 10 14 - 11 13 - 13 9 - 16 15 - 10 19 - 8

Hanover in the postseason

Years (1992-present) 2011: First Round – vs. Hope (Mich.), 73-70 Loss March 4, 2011, at Carver Center @ Rock Island, Ill. 2005: First Round - Blackburn (Ill.), 69-49 Win March 3, 2005, at Collier Arena Second Round - at Illinois Wesleyan, 81-76 Win March 5, 2005, at Shirk Center @ Bloomington, Ill. Third Round (Sweet 16) – vs. Trinity (Texas), 73-65 Loss (OT) March 11, 2005, at Quandt Field House @ Stevens Point, Wis. 2004: Second Round - Illinois Wesleyan, 77-67 Loss March 6, 2004, at Collier Arena 2003: Second Round - Maryville (Tenn.), 68-64 Win March 8, 2003, at Collier Arena Sectional - vs. Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.), 79-66 Loss March 14, 2003, at Siebens Fieldhouse @ Storm Lake, Iowa 1996: First Round - Fontbonne (Mo.), 85-43 Win Feb. 29, 1996, at Collier Arena Second Round - at Illinois Wesleyan, 73-67 Loss March 2, 1996, at Shirk Center @ Bloomington, Ill. 1995: First Round - at Wheaton (Ill.), 79-78 Win March 2, 1995, at Centennial Gymnasium @ Wheaton, Ill. Second Round - at Manchester, 84-79 Loss March 4, 1995, at Stauffer-Wolfe Arena @ North Manchester, Ind.

Years (1968-1991) 1982: First Round - Westminster (Mo.), 49-39 Win Second Round - Kearney State (Neb.), 77-76 Loss 1981: First Round - Fort Hays State (Kansas), 66-64 Win Second Round - South Carolina-Spartanburg, 72-60 Win Quarterfinals - Alabama-Huntsville, 94-74 Loss 1979: First Round - Drury (Mo.), 69-60 Loss 1974: First Round - State College of Arkansas, 87-83 Win Second Round - North Louisiana State, 85-76 Win Quarterfinals - Alcorn State A&M, 107-102 Loss (2OT) 1973: First Round - Augustana (Ill.), 66-65 Loss 1970: First Round - Arkansas Tech, 94-88 Loss 1968: First Round - Southern Oregon, 107-59 Win Second Round - Eastern Michigan, 94-81 Loss

Overall: 1167-938

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Hanover’s Collier Arena Collier Arena is the home for Hanover College basketball. Located inside the John and Anne Horner Health and Recreation Center, the complex is one of the finest small-college facilities in the nation. Opened in 1995, the Horner Center is a vital part of campus life for the entire campus community. Centrally located, the facility houses an arena, a fieldhouse, a 6,000-square-foot weight training and fitness room, an athletic training area, an indoor running track, racquetball courts and state-of-the-art classrooms. Collier Arena, named in honor of hall-offame basketball coach John Collier, has been the Panthers’ home court for the past 16 seasons. The climate-controlled facility seats 2,000 fans for basketball and can hold up to 2,400 for concerts and lectures. Hanover in Collier Arena The Hanover College men’s basketball team moved from Lynn Hall, the Panthers home since 1947, to Collier Arena prior to start of the 1995-1996 campaign. Hanover quickly established a homecourt advantage in the arena, posting a 13-2 record in the inaugural season. The Panthers have a 161-42 record in the building, including 10 seasons with double-digit victories at home. Season All Games At Home 2010/11 19-8 10-1 2009/10 15-10 10-2 2008/09 9-16 4-7 2007/08 13-13 7-4 2006/07 14-11 8-4 2005/06 16-10 9-4 2004/05 25-6 15-2 2003/04 26-2 14-1 2002/03 27-2 14-0 2001/02 21-5 10-2 2000/01 19-7 11-3 1999/00 20-6 10-1 1998/99 16-9 9-3 1997/98 15-11 7-3 1996/97 16-10 10-3 1995/96 21-6 13-2

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Hanover College FACTS

Hanover is a private, coeducational liberal arts college, affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Founded in 1827, it is the oldest, private, four-year college in Indiana. Location The town of Hanover is located in southeastern Indiana. Louisville, Ky., is 45 miles away, Cincinnati, Ohio, 70 miles, and Indianapolis, Ind., 95 miles. Campus Hanover College sits on 650 acres overlooking the Ohio River. There are 35 major buildings, characterized by Georgian architecture. Enrollment Hanover’s student body includes more than 1,000 young men and women. Almost all students live on campus. Faculty More than 90 percent of Hanover’s faculty members hold doctorates or other terminal degrees. The student-faculty ratio is 10 to 1, and many faculty members reside on campus grounds, creating an academic community.

Costs Direct student expenses for a year at Hanover, including tuition, room and board, are $37,500 for the 2011-12 school year . The most current cost information is always available from the Office of Admission Financial assistance More than 90 percent of Hanover’s students receive some form of financial assistance. College aid is available in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and campus employment. Hanover’s strong financial base supports its rank in the top 10 percent of the nation’s colleges on an endowment-perstudent basis. Accreditation Hanover College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

Academic calendar Hanover operates on a 4-4-1 calendar. Students take four courses each during Fall and Winter Terms. Spring Term is devoted to a month of concentrated study on campus, internships or off-campus programs. Areas of study Hanover offers more than 30 areas of majors, including a design-your-own major with core strengths in the sciences, education and business. More than one third of our students go on to graduate and professional studies.

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2011/12 Hanover College Schedule Nov. 15 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 28-30 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 24-26

Ohio Wesleyan 7:30 p.m. @ Denison (Ohio) 3 p.m. @ Oberlin (Ohio) 3 p.m. Ohio Northern – Collier Classic 3 p.m. @ Manchester 3 p.m. @ Franklin 7:30 p.m. Defiance (Ohio) 3 p.m. Rose-Hulman 3 p.m. @ D3hoops.com Classic @ Las Vegas, N.V. vs. Spalding (Ky.) 5 p.m. (PDT) vs. Hardin-Simmons (Texas) 1 p.m. (PDT) Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) 7:30 p.m. @ Bluffton (Ohio) 3 p.m. @ Transylvania (Ky.) 7:30 p.m. @ Earlham 3 p.m. Anderson 7:30 p.m. @ Defiance (Ohio) 3 p.m. @ Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) 7:30 p.m. Manchester 5 p.m. Franklin 7:30 p.m. Earlham - Alumni Game (11 a.m.) 3 p.m. @ Anderson 7:30 p.m. Bluffton (Ohio) 3 p.m. Transylvania (Ky.) 7:30 p.m. @ Rose-Hulman 7:30 p.m. Heartland Conference Tournament TBA

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