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Media Information__________________________ 2 Media Outlets _____________________________ 3

Season Preview ____________________________ 4-5 Head Coach Gib Arnold ____________________ 6-7 Associate Coach Benjy Taylor _________________ 8 Assistant Coach Brandyn Akana________________ 9 Assistant Coach Scott Fisher _________________ 10 Director of Operations Kerry Rupp ____________ 11 Basketball Support Staff _____________________ 12 Rosters ________________________________ 14-15

16 MEET THE RAINBOW WARRIORS

Player Profiles __________________________ 16-30 Returnees _________________________ 16-21 Zane Johnson ______________________ 16 Jeremiah Ostrowski __________________ 17 Vander Joaquim_____________________ 18 Joston Thomas______________________ 19 Bobby Miles _______________________ 20 Trevor Wiseman ____________________ 21 Redshirts __________________________ 22-24 Pi‘i Minns _________________________ 22 Davis Rozitis _______________________ 23 Jace Tavita _________________________ 24 Newcomers ________________________ 25-30 Hauns Brereton _____________________ 25 Tyler Brown _______________________ 26 Brandon Jawato _____________________ 27 Garrett Jefferson ____________________ 28 Christian Standhardinger ______________ 29 Shaquille Stokes _____________________ 30 Game-By-Game Statistics _____________ 32-33

28 THE OPPONENTS

Non-Conference Opponents _______________ 28-30 Western Athletic Conference Opponents ______ 34-37 HAL Diamond Head Classic Field ____________ 40 HAL Diamond Head Classic Bracket __________ 41 HAL Diamond Head Classic Record Book ____ 42-43 Western Athletic Conference _________________ 44 WAC Composite Schedule __________________ 45 2011 WAC Tournament ____________________ 46 WAC Tournament Record Book ______________ 47 Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic History ____ 48-51

52 2010-11 REVIEW

Season Review __________________________ 52-53 Results __________________________________ 54 Individual Statistics ________________________ 55 Superlatives ______________________________ 56 Game-By-Game Statistics____________________ 57 Game Recaps & Box Scores ________________ 58-63 WAC Review _____________________________ 64 WAC Statistics ____________________________ 65

66 RECORDS

Team Records ____________________________ 66 Attendance Records ________________________ 66 Individual Records _________________________ 67 Career Leaders __________________________ 68-69 Season Leaders ____________________________ 70 Top Individual Game Performances ___________ 71 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

RECORDS (CONTINuED) Top Individual Scoring Performances __________ 72 Top Team Performances ____________________ 73 Top Conference Performances ________________ 74 Miscellaneous Records ______________________ 75 Annual Leaders _________________________ 76-77 Opponent Records _________________________ 78 Margins & Streaks _________________________ 79 Home Courts _____________________________ 80 Largest Road Crowds _______________________ 80 Stan Sheriff Center Records __________________ 81

82 HISTORY

History of Hawai‘i Basketball _______________ 82-83 Postseason History & Records ______________ 84-85 NCAA Tournament Teams ________________ 86-87 NIT Teams ____________________________ 88-89 1,000-Point Scorers ______________________ 90-91 All-Time Coaches _________________________ 92 All-Time Letterwinners _____________________ 93 All-Time Numerical Roster __________________ 94 All-Time Geographical Roster ________________ 95 Awards & Honors _______________________ 96-98 ’Bows in the Pros __________________________ 99 National Rankings ______________________ 100-01 Year-by-Year Finishes ____________________ 102-03 All-Time Results ______________________ 104-118 Annual Team Statistics_____________________ 118 All-Time Series Records ____________________ 119 Opponent Series History _________________ 120-05 Sears BracketBusters _______________________ 125

126 THE uNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

Hawai‘i - The 50th State ___________________ 126 BOR & Government Leadership _____________ 127 The University of Hawai‘i ________________ 128-31 Athletics Administration ___________________ 132 Head Coaches & Athletics Directory __________ 133 ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue ___________________ 134-35 Circle of Honor __________________________ 136 Rainbow Warrior Basketball Booster Club______ 137 UH Letterwinners Club ____________________ 138 Academic Services ________________________ 139 UH CHAMPS/Life Skills __________________ 140 Compliance _____________________________ 141 Athletic Training _________________________ 142 Strength & Conditioning ___________________ 143 Athletic Facilities _________________________ 144 Stan Sheriff Center________________________ 145

UH Manoa poLiCY on GenDer eQUiTY in inTerCoLLeGiaTe aTHLeTiCs

Gender equity in athletics extends the doctrine of fairness to all areas of athletic activity at the University level. It is activated by a sense of moral obligation that exceeds any specific duty to comply with legal requirements, although it also recognizes the necessity of observing the tenets of Title IX, Patsy Mink Act. Its desired effect is to offer women and men equal opportunities to participate in sports for which there is demonstrated interest among athletes in Hawai‘i and to provide equitable levels of support for coaching, travel, scholarships, operating expenses and facilities used. Beyond these specific goals, gender equity also fosters an attitude and establishes an environment in which men’s and women’s sports are encouraged in comparable ways. Those who support gender equity are willing to cooperate in frequent self-evaluations and to implement change so that all student-athletes can have the same opportunity to realize the highest level of their abilities. A copy of the plan titled, “Believe It, Achieve It,” is available in the Senior Woman Administrator’s Office.

QuICK FACTS

GENERAL Founded________________________________ 1907 Enrollment _____________________________ 20,000 Nickname ____________________ Rainbow Warriors School Colors ___________ Green, Black, Silver, White Conference _____________________ Western Athletic Chancellor ____________________ Virginia Hinshaw Athletics Director ___________________Jim Donovan Arena (Cap.) __________ Stan Sheriff Center (10,300) HISTORY First Year of Basketball (Total)___________ 1912 (91) Overall All-Time Record ____________ 1,020-1,010-1 Collegiate All-Time Record _______________685-835 All-Time WAC Record (Yrs) __________ 232-288 (32) NCAA Appearances (Last) _______________ 4 (2002) NIT Appearances (Last) _________________ 8 (2004) Last Postseason Opponent _______ San Francisco (2011) Result ________________CIT Second Round L, 73-88 SPORTS INFORMATION Media Relations Director ____________ Derek Inouchi Basketball SID ____________________ Neal Iwamoto E-mail ____________________niwamoto@hawaii.edu Office Phone ____________________ (808) 956-9748 Cell Phone ______________________ (808) 375-6819 Office Fax ______________________ (808) 956-4470 Press Row Phone _________________ (808) 956-9408 Website _____________ HawaiiAthletics.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach ________________________ Gib Arnold Alma Mater (Yr)____________ Brigham Young (1994) Record at UH (Yrs) ____________________ 19-13 (1) Career Record (Yrs) _______________________ Same Associate Coach (Yrs) _____________ Benjy Taylor (1) Alma Mater (Yr)________________ Richmond (1989) Assistant Coach (Yrs) ___________ Brandyn Akana (1) Alma Mater (Yr)_____ Brigham Young-Hawai‘i (1999) Assistant Coach (Yrs) ______________ Scott Fisher (1) Alma Mater (Yr)__________ UC Santa Barbara (1986) Basketball Office Phone ____________ (808) 956-6501 TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Overall Record____________________19-13 WAC Record/Finish __________________ 8-8 (t-5th) Starters Returning/Lost ______________________3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost _________________6/5 Redshirts Returning __________________________ 3 Newcomers ________________________________ 6

CREDITS: The 201112 University of Hawai‘i Rainbow Warrior Basketball Media Guide was produced by the University of Hawai‘i Sports Media Relations Office. All rights reserved. Derek Inouchi, Director; Neal Iwamoto, John Barry, Kara Nishimura, and Jay Metzger, Assistant Directors; Troy Yamamoto, Internet Specialist; Kainoa Andrade, Kaui Awong, Dean Kramp, Bree Nidds, Ryan Rose, Student Assistants. Layout and design by Kainoa Andrade, Neal Iwamoto and Kara Nishimura. Cover designs by Kainoa Andrade. Photography by CW Pack Sports, METZ Photography, University Relations, Bank of Hawaii, Ralph Omoto, David McIntyre and the Hawai‘i Visitors and Convention Bureau. Additional photos courtesy of the Denver Nuggets; Detroit Pistons; Indiana Pacers; Miami Heat; Minnesota Timberwolves and San Antonio Spurs.

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MeDia inForMaTion sporTs MeDia reLaTions

1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Main Office Number: (808) 956-7523 Fax Number: (808) 956-4470 E-mail: mediarel@hawaii.edu Websites: HawaiiAthletics.com HawaiiAthleticsOhana.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/HawaiiAthletics Facebook: www.facebook.com/HawaiiAthletics YouTube: www.youtube.com/HawaiiAthletics

Derek inoUCHi

Media Relations Director Work: (808) 956-4478 Cell: (808) 954-0234 E-mail: inouchi@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996 Sport Assignments: Football, Cross Country/Track & Field, M/W Golf, Men’s Volleyball

neaL iwaMoTo

Assistant Director Work: (808) 956-9748 Cell: (808) 375-6819 E-mail: niwamoto@hawaii.edu Alma Maters: Santa Clara, 1995, Hawai‘i, 1998 Sport Assignments: Secondary Football, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Sailing, Sand Volleyball, Water Polo

kara nisHiMUra

Assistant Director/ Graphic Designer Work: (808) 956-5087 Cell: (808) 497-0638 E-mail: karakn@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Purdue, 1993 Sport Assignments: Assignments W. Basketball, W. Tennis, Softball

JoHn BarrY

Assistant Director Work: (808) 956-7506 Cell: (808) 292-1462 E-mail: jbarry@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Lafayette, 1998 Sport Assignments: Women’s Volleyball, Baseball, M. Tennis, Swimming & Diving

sUpporT sTaFF JaY MeTZGer

Multimedia Specialist Work: (808) 956-4479 Cell: (808) 295-4353 E-mail: jmetzger@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Menlo, 1995

TroY YaMaMoTo

Internet Specialist Work: (808) 956-9647 E-mail: troyy@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996

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This publication has been provided to enhance fan participation and assist the media in the coverage of Rainbow Warrior basketball. The Sports Media Relations Office will follow up with weekly releases during the season to keep the media informed about the Rainbow Warrior basketball team.

MEDIA CREDENTIALS

Requests for working press, photo and broadcast credentials for 2011-12 home basketball games should be made in writing at least two weeks prior to the game. Direct all requests to: Neal Iwamoto Asst. Sports Media Relations Director 1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822-2370

Credentials will be available on game day at the pass gate of the Stan Sheriff Center. A picture ID is required to pick up items at the pass gate. Diamond Head Classic credentials may be requested through the tournament website at diamondheadclassic.com. Due to the limited space available on press row, those news outlets covering the Rainbow Warriors or their opponents on a regular basis will receive top priority. All other credentials for print media are issued on the basis of space availability. ESPN 1420, which has the radio rights for UH basketball, will be the only local radio station to receive season credentials. Local radio stations with a full-time sports director conducting a daily sports show of notable length will receive first consideration.

INTERVIEW POLICY

All players and coaches will be available for interviews before or after practice during the season. Although interviews are permitted after practice, interviews before practice are recommended. If you wish to interview a particular player at a specific time, in person or by telephone, arrangements should be made through the Sports Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance. The best time to reach Coach Gib Arnold is weekdays between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Photo passes are available for accredited news media and should be ordered in the same manner as press credentials. In accordance with NCAA and WAC rules, photographers must wear their credentials and must stay within the designated photo area. No credentials will be issued to freelance photographers, cutline workers, equipment carriers or radio station representatives, except for the two originating stations.

SERVICES

Rosters and pre-game notes will be distributed prior to each game. Box scores will be distributed after each game. Final box scores with play-by-play will be available at the conclusion of the game. Box scores will also be

sent via e-mail and will be available online at HawaiiAthletics.com after the conclusion of the game.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS

UH coaches and players will be available for interviews following a 10-minute cooling-off period after each game. All media members should notify a Sports Media Relations representative with their request for interviews. The coaches and players will be escorted to the Green Room for all interviews.

INTERNET SERVICES

Ethernet lines are available in the media workroom. A limited amount of wireless accounts are available in the arena. Please contact men’s basketball SID Neal Iwamoto for an account. Due to the limited amount of accounts, those news outlets covering the Rainbow Warriors or their opponents on a regular basis will receive top priority. All other requests are issued on the basis of availability.

HAWAIIATHLETICS.COM

The UH Athletics website (HawaiiAthletics. com) features a video component, photo galleries, and online media guides in addition to the existing player and coach biographies, press releases, schedules and everything else you need to know about UH Athletics. In addition, a .pdf version of every UH media guide will be available on the website.

wHaT’s an ‘okina?

Q: Ever wondered what that punctuation mark in the word Hawai‘i is? A: In the Hawaiian language, it’s called an ‘okina, which translated literally in English means separator. Phonetically it is referred to as a glottal stop, similar to the sound that would be made in the English oh-oh. The ‘okina is actually a letter in the Hawaiian language and typed out looks like a backwards apostrophe. The practice of the UH Sports Media Relations office is to use the ‘okina in all Hawaiian words in which they occur.

IMPORTANT PHONE NuMBERS Phone: (808) 956-7523 Fax: (808) 956-4470 E-mail: mediarel@hawaii.edu SSC Press Row: (808) 956-9408 SSC Media Work Room: (808) 956-7148 Mailing Address: UH Sports Media Relations Office 1337 Lower Campus Road Honolulu, HI 96822 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL


MeDia oUTLeTs

BroaDCasT parTners teleVISION PartNer

Oceanic Time Warner Cable begins its first season as the television rightsholder of UH Athletics. Sports anchor Kanoa Leahey, who has called UH games during the 2009 and ’10 Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, will handle the play-by-play duties. He will be joined on the sideline by former Warrior guard David Hallums and longtime high school and collegiate coach Tony Sellito. All home games, except for the Diamond Head Classic, will be on OCSports.

Kanoa Leahey Play-by-Play

Tony Sellito Color Analyst

TeLevision sTaTions

o‘aHU newspapers

HAWAI‘I NEWS NOW (CBS/NBC) Chris Tanaka, Sports Director 420 Waiakamilo Road, Suite 205 Honolulu, HI 96817 Phone: (808) 847-1112 Fax: (808) 847-3298 Website: www.hawaiinewsnow.com

HONOLULU STARADVERTISER (DAILY) Paul Arnett, Sports Editor Brian McInnis, Basketball Beat Dave Reardon, Columnist Ferd Lewis, Columnist Seven Waterfront Plaza 500 Ala Moana Blvd., #210 Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 529-4782 Fax: (808) 529-4787 Website: www.staradvertiser.com

KHON (FOX) Kanoa Leahey, Sports Director 88 Piikoi St. Honolulu, HI 96814 Phone: (808) 591-4278 Fax: (808) 593-2418 Website: www.khon.com KITV (ABC) Robert Kekaula, Sports Director 801 South King St. Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 535-0440 Fax: (808) 536-8993 Website: www.kitv.com KFVE (K5-The Home Team) 420 Waiakamilo Road, Suite 205 Honolulu, HI 96817 Phone: (808) 847-3246 Fax: (808) 845-3616 Website: www.k5thehometeam.com

wire serviCes ASSOCIATED PRESS Jaymes Song, Sports Reporter Seven Waterfront Plaza Suite 590 500 Ala Moana Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 536-5510 Fax: (808) 531-1213 Website: www.ap.org

KA LEO O HAWAI‘I (Student Newspaper) Marc Arakaki, Sports Editor University of Hawai‘i 1755 Pope Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Phone: (808) 956-3215 Fax: (808) 956-9962 Website: www.kaleo.org

raDio sTaTions ESPN 1420 Randal Ikeda, General Manager Bobby Curran, Play-by-Play Jeff Portnoy, Color Analyst 900 Fort St., Suite 700 Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 536-3624 Fax: (808) 548-0608 Website: www.espn1420am.com

radIO PartNer

Every UH game this season will be broadcast by ESPN1420, UH’s flagship station. Longtime radio host Bobby Curran has covered UH sports for nearly 20 years. Curran will also host the “Call the Coach” show featuring Gib Arnold with select dates throughout the season. Meanwhile, Jeff Portnoy will join Curran with color analysis for all home games.

Bobby Curran Play-by-Play

neiGHBor isLanD newspapers The Garden Island (Kaua‘i) Tyson Alger, Sports Editor P.O. Box 231 Lihue, HI 96766 Phone: (808) 245-3681 Fax: (808) 245-5286 Website: www.thegardenisland.com Hawai‘i Tribune Herald (Hawai‘i) Bill O’Rear, Sports Editor P.O. Box 767 Hilo, HI 96721 Phone: (808) 935-6621 Fax: (808) 961-3680 Website: www.hawaiitribune-herald.com West Hawai‘i Today (Hawai‘i) Joe Ferraro, Sports Editor P.O. Box 789 Kailua-Kona, HI 96745 Phone: (808) 329-9315 Fax: (808) 329-4860 Website: www.westhawaiitoday.com Maui News (Maui) Brad Sherman, Sports Editor P.O. Box 550 Wailuku, HI 96793 Phone: (808) 244-3981 Fax: (808) 242-9087 Website: www.mauinews.com

Jeff Portnoy Color Analyst

HAWAI‘I TELEVISION SCHEDuLE Nov. 11 Nov. 14 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Dec. 3 Dec. 6 Dec. 11 Dec. 16 Dec. 18

Hawai‘i Pacific Cal State Northridge vs. Gonzaga Eastern Washington Pacific at Pepperdine at Pacific UC DAVIS at UH-HILO vs. North Carolina A&T

OCSports* ESPN ROOT OCSports* OCSports* None None OCSports* None None

Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic Dec. 22 Auburn ESPNU TBD ESPN2 or ESPNU Dec. 23 Dec. 25 TBD ESPN2 or ESPNU Dec. 29 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Mar. 1 Mar. 3 Mar. 8-10

South Carolina State OCSports UNLV OCSports San Jose State OCSports at Fresno State None at Nevada None Louisiana Tech OCSports New Mexico State OCSports at Utah State ESPN Regional at Idaho ESPN Regional at San Jose State None Nevada OCSports Fresno State OCSports New Orleans OCSports at Sears BracketBusters Sunday TBA at New Mexico State* AggieVision at Louisiana Tech* ESPN Regional Idaho OCSports Utah State OCSports WAC Tournament TBD

* denotes pay-per-view

UH’s soCiaL MeDia siTes Twitter page is available at www.twitter.com/HawaiiAthletics Facebook page is available at www.facebook.com/HawaiiAthletics YouTube channel is available at www.youtube.com/HawaiiAthletics

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season preview 2011-12 preseason noTes  UH returns six letterwinners, including three starters from last season’s squad that finished 19-13 overall and 8-8 in the Western Athletic Conference.  Gib Arnold begins his second season at the helm after leading UH to a turnaround season in 2010-11. Under Arnold, the ’Bows nearly doubled their win total from the year prior and secured itself a winning record after three straight losing seasons.  The Rainbow Warriors look to make the postseason for the second straight season after earning a bid to the 2011 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament and winning its first-round game versus Portland. It was the program’s first postseason appearance and first postseason win since 2003-04.

TEAM BREAKDOWN

UH loses two starters from last year’s squad in point guard Hiram Thompson and 6-9 forward Bill Amis who concluded his career by earning all-WAC second-team honors and left as one of the schools top shot blockers.

STARTERS RETuRNING (3) No Player Pos 3 Zane Johnson G 15 Vander Joaquim C 5 Joston Thomas F

 Senior shooting guard Zane Johnson is among UH’s six returnees. Johnson led the team in scoring (15.8 ppg) and set a new single-season record for three-pointers made in a season (98) en route to all-WAC Newcomer honors in 2010-11.

OTHER LETTERWINNERS RETuRNING (3) No Player Pos Ht Wt 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski G 5-9 175 31 Trevor Wiseman F 6-7 210 1 Bobby Miles G 6-1 190

After sitting out last year per NCAA rules, center Davis Rozitis (USC) and guards Pi‘i Minns (Chaminade) will be eligible for the ’Bows this year.

REDSHIRTS RETuRNING (3) No Player 23 Pi‘i Minns 13 Davis Rozitis 20 Jace Tavita

Pos G C G

STARTERS LOST (2) No Player 4 Bill Amis 2 Hiram Thompson

Ht 6-9 6-2

Wt 235 175

Cl Sr. Sr.

GP-GS 22-22 24-22

PPG 15.2 8.3

RPG FG% 3FG% FT% 7.8 .546 .300 .773 2.1 .415 .294 .731

OTHER LETTERWINNERS LOST (3) No Player Pos Ht 24 Bo Barnes G 6-4 34 Douglas Kurtz C 7-0 21 Dominick Brumfield F 6-8

Wt 190 265 210

Cl GP-GS Fr. 32-8 Sr. 28-1 So. 11-0

PPG 6.9 2.0 0.5

RPG FG% 3FG% FT% 1.8 .363 .388 .733 2.1 .568 .000 .636 0.9 .167 .000 .250

Six newcomers will be joining the team, highlighted by junior-college All-American Hauns Brereton (Western Nebraska) and Shaquille Stokes, the 2011 New York City Player of the Year. UH will again field a diverse squad with players from eight different states (Arizona, California, Hawai‘i, New York, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia and Washington D.C.) and three foreign countries (Angola, Germany and Latvia). UH will host the third annual Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic Dec. 22, 23 & 25 with a field highlighted by Clemson, Kansas State and xavier. The ’Bows look to keep up the defensive intensity of the 2010-11 squad, which set a school record and ranked eighth in the country in field-goal percentage defense (.389).

Ht 6-6 6-10 6-7

Pos F G

NEWCOMERS (6) Player Hauns Brereton JC All-America Third Team

Tyler Brown

Team captain on IMG squad

Brandon Jawato

Two-time All-CIF

Garrett Jefferson

GP-GS 31-30 32-31 31-21

PPG 15.8 9.5 9.7

RPG FG% 3FG% FT% 3.1 .437 .407 .811 8.2 .518 .000 .706 5.1 .425 .156 .587

Cl GP-GS Sr 20-7 So. 30-8 So. 29-10

PPG 5.4 4.2 2.2

RPG FG% 3FG% FT% 2.2 .378 .265 .574 4.0 .519 .000 .682 1.3 .365 .357 .537

Ht 6-5 7-0 6-4

Wt 180 220 210

Cl So. So. Sr.

Last School Chaminade USC Utah

Ht Wt 6-6 205

Cl Jr.

Hometown Bartlett, Tenn.

Previous School Western Nebraska CC

F

6-6 240

Fr.

Honaker, Va.

IMG Academy

G

6-4 215

Fr.

El Segundo, Calif. El Segundo HS

G

6-3 170

So.

Lakewood, Calif.

Citrus College

6-8

215

Jr.

Munich, Germany

University of Nebraska

5-10 160

Fr.

Brooklyn, N.Y.

Lincoln HS

F

Nebraska transfer will sit out 2011-12

Shaquille Stokes

Cl Sr. Jr. Jr.

Pos F

Helped Citrus to state runner-up finish

Christian Standhardinger

Wt 210 245 235

G

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season preview Led by first-year head coach Gib Arnold, the University of Hawai‘i men’s basketball team enjoyed a turnaround 2010-11 campaign. Picked last in the nine-team Western Athletic Conference, UH ultimately finished a surprising fifth and finished with 19 wins overall, helping the team earn its first postseason bid in seven years. Now work begins for Arnold’s second season. Six players are back from last year’s squad, two redshirts become eligible and six newcomers join the fray. This past summer the team embarked on a historic two-week tour of Asia facing numerous professional teams in China and Japan. That allowed for extra reps for veterans and kick-started the integration of the team’s incoming freshman and junior college transfers. With a head start, UH looks to exceed expectations once again. The Rainbow Warriors were picked fourth in the Western Athletic Conference preseason polls of both the coaches and the media. However, the team has its sights set on nothing less than a WAC title in their 33rd and final year in the WAC, before joining the Big West Conference in 2012. POINT GUARDS One of the biggest surprises last year was Jeremiah Ostrowski (5-9, 175, Sr.) a member of the Warrior football team who joined the team after the conclusion of football season in December. Ostrowski eventually took over the reins of the starting position after the season-ending injury to senior Hiram Thompson. Ostrowski led the team in assists (76) and steals (26) while appearing in just 20 of the team’s 33 games. Ostrowski will again not join the team until after football season, but the team is in good hands with a pair of young guards. Bobby Miles (6-0, 190, So.) played in 29 games with 10 starts as a true freshman last year. Miles was perhaps the team’s most improved player over this past summer with an impressive showing during the team’s Asia Tour. Look for Miles to be paired in the backcourt with Shaquille Stokes (5-10, 175, Fr.), one of the most anticipated point guard recruits in program history. And its little wonder—Stokes was named the 2011 New York City Player of the Year out of Lincoln High School, the same school that produced NBA ballers Stephan Marbury, Sebastian Telfair and Lance Stephenson. Stokes was the leading scorer during the team’s summer tour of Asia. Sophomore Pi‘i Minns (6-4, 180, So.) sat out last year season after transferring from nearby Chaminade University. The local product was the state player of the year after leading Kamehameha Schools to a state title and can play both guard positions. Jace Tavita (6-4, 215, Sr.) played his first three years at the University of Utah, and started 23 games in his first two seasons for the Utes. Tavita joined the program mid-season last year and will redshirt the 2011-12 campaign. WINGS The Rainbow Warriors will again rely on the sweet stroke of Zane Johnson (6-6, 210, Sr.). Johnson debuted for the Rainbow Warriors last year after transferring from Arizona and led the team in scoring last at 15.8 ppg. Johnson, who earned allWAC and was one of the most prolific long-range shooters in the nation last year and finished with a school-record 98 three-pointers. The native of 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

Phoenix, Ariz., will again be looked upon to provide the scoring punch, will also take on the role as one of two team captains. Joston Thompson (6-7, 235, Jr.) was the team’s third-leading scorer (9.7 ppg) and rebounder (5.1 rpg) last year while starting 21 of 31 games. With his athleticism, versatility and NBA-ready frame, Thompson gives the Rainbow Warriors a weapon in their lineup and one they look to get more consistency out of this year. No player last year played with a bigger motor than Trevor Wiseman (6-7, 210, So.) whose relentless play embodied Arnold’s team philosophy. An opportunistic rebounder and defensive maven, Wiseman became a regular in the starting rotation late in the season as true freshman. UH looks for Wiseman to mature offensively, while continuing his role as the teams’ spark plug. A pair of junior college newcomers are likely to contribute immediately. Hauns Brereton (6-6, 210, Jr.) earned junior college All-America honors last year for Western Nebraska Community College and already has Division I experience under his belt after playing his freshman season for Northern Colorado out of the Big Sky Conference Brereton’s ability to score from numerous spots on the floor, his penchant for playing bigger than his size and his overall maturity, should serve the Rainbow Warriors well. Garrett Jefferson (6-3, 170, So.) out of Citrus College in California is one of the most athletic players on the squad and sports the team’s best vertical leap. Jefferson gives UH a slasher on the offensive end, but it’s his defensive prowess that will earn him minutes on the court. Brandon Jawato (6-4, 210, Fr.), who was league MVP for El Segundo High School, continues Arnold’s Southern California recruiting pipeline. The freshman will likely redshirt this season. POSTS The Rainbow Warriors suffer a key loss with the graduation of Bill Amis, a three-year starter. Amis led the team in field-goal percentage and blocked shots the last two season, but it’s his leadership and toughness which will be tougher to replace. Still, excitement is abound for the team’s top returning post player in junior Vander Joaquim (6-10, 215, Jr.). Joaquim enjoyed a better-thanexpected first season as a Rainbow Warrior last year. Then native of Luanda Angola, was one of just two players to play in all 32 games and he started all but one of those contests. Joaquim who led the team in rebounding (8.2 rpg) and double-double (8) and ramped up his play in WAC play when he averaged 11.9 ppg and 9.1 rpg. This past summer he gained valuable international experience while competing for the Angolan National team. The ’Bows could field a twin tower lineup with the addition of Davis Rozitis (7-0, 240, So.) Rozitis transferred to UH from USC, where he played behind 2011 NBA first-round pick Nikola Vucevic, Now the big, versatile Latvian looks to make his mark at UH after having to sit out last year. Tyler Brown (6-6, 240, Fr.), a Virginia native and product of IMG Academy, provides the team with another big body to bang down low. Christian Standhardinger (6-8, 220, Jr.) is a big-time talent and one of the top college prospects coming out of Germany three years ago. The University of Nebraska transfer will sit out this year per NCAA transfer rules.

2011-12 Schedule DATE Nov. 11 Nov. 14 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Dec. 3 Dec. 6 Dec. 11

OPPONENT TIME Hawai‘i PAcific (Exhibition) 7:00 p.m. CAL sTATE nORTHRIDGE 11:00 p.m. vs. Gonzaga (Vancouver) 6:00 p.m. Eastern Washington 7:00 p.m pacific 7:30 p.m at Pepperdine 7:00 p.m at Pacific 7:00 p.m UC DAVIS 5:00 p.m

Dec. 16 Dec. 18

at UH-HILO vs. North Carolina A&T

6:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic Dec. 22 auburn LONG BEACH STATE OR XAVIER Dec. 23 Dec. 25 TBD

8:30 p.m. TBA TBA

Dec. 29 Dec. 31

south carolina state UNLV

8:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

Jan. 7 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Mar. 1 Mar. 3 Mar. 8-10

SAN JOSE STATE* at Fresno State* at Nevada* LOUISIANA TECH* NEW MEXICO STATE at Utah State* at Idaho* at San Jose State NEVADa FRESNO STATE* NEW ORLEANS at ESPNU BracketBusters Sunday at New Mexico State* at Louisiana Tech* IDAHO* UTAH STATE* WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBA 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

CAPS = Home game played at Stan Sheriff Center * = WAC Game 8 All times local to site

Schedule Notes

• The schedule includes 17 regular-season home games. The Rainbow Warriors play five of their fist nine games outside the friendly confines of the Stan Sheriff Center. • UH will have the opportunity to play in an NBA arena for the second straight year when the Rainbow Warriors face nationally ranked Gonzaga on Nov. 19 in Rogers Arena, the former home of the Vancouver Grizzlies. • The ’Bows will head to the neighbor islands for the secondstraight year, heading to Kona on Dec. 16 to face UH-Hilo in the team’s first Big Island appearance in 10 years. The ’Bows will then head to Wailuku, Maui, to meet North Carolina A&T two days later on Dec. 18. • Hawai‘i will host the third annual Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic Dec. 22, 23 & 25 with a field that also includes Clemson, Kansas State, Long Beach State, Southern Illinois, UTEP, Xavier and UH’s first-round opponnent Auburn. • UH will make at least four appearances on national television - in the ESPN College Hoops Tip-off Marathon on Nov. 14, and a trio of games in the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic on Dec. 22, 23 and 25. • Three NCAA Tournament squads are on the schedule— Gonzaga, UNLV and Utah State. UH could potentilly meet two other NCAA Tournament-caliber teams in the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic. • UH will participate in the ESPNU BracketBusters event for the 10th time and will be play on the road for the second straight year. • The 2011 WAC Tournament will be held March 8-10 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nev., for the second year.

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GIB arNOld Head Coach | 2nd season Brigham Young (1994)

When Gib Arnold was hired as the head men’s basketball coach at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa in March 2010, he inherited a once-proud program mired in the midst of three straight losing seasons. Many in the basketball realm considered his reclamation project as one of the most challenging for the newest crop of first-year head coaches. But that didn’t stop the 42-year-old Arnold whose “All In” approach has rejuvenated Rainbow Warrior basketball and has set a winning foundation for years to come. Arnold went to work fast, reeling in a nationally ranked recruiting class despite an abbreviated window following his hire. His first UH recruiting class was rated fifth best in the nation by The Hoop Scoop. Arnold meshed that class with a sparse, yet talented, group of returning upperclassmen to complete a remarkable turnaround season in 2010-11. UH finished the year with 19 wins, nearly doubling its win total (10) from the year prior. The 19 wins were the most for the school in seven years and tied Arnold with Bruce O’Neil for the most wins in program history by a first-year head coach. There were numerous other highlights along the way. UH won its first five games of the season for its best start in six years; the ’Bows went 2-1, including wins over Utah of the Mountain West and Mississippi State of the SEC in the prestigious Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic; UH re-established its home court advantage with a 14-5 record at the Stan Sheriff Center and accumulated its most road wins in seven years. Arnold also molded a formidable defensive unit as UH set a new school record for field-goal percentage defense, a mark that ranked eighth in the nation in 2010-11. Even when things got rough, Arnold was able to keep his team together. After an 0-5 start in league play, UH ended the regular season by winning nine of its last 12 games, and eight of its last 11 in Western Athletic Conference play. The year concluded with a bid to the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament and a victory in its first-round game versus Portland. It was the program’s first postseason appearance and first postseason win since 2003-04. Arnold received national acclaim from Athlon Sports who named him one of the five best first-year coaches in 2010-11 after working “a minor miracle” at UH. It was only inevitable that Arnold would one day lead his own Division I program. In recent years, Arnold was tabbed by numerous outlets as one of the nation’s top assistants and recruiters after serving for schools in the Pac-10, Southeastern Conference and West Coast Conference. He also boasted head coaching experience having guided junior-college power College of Southern Idaho for two seasons. It was even more fitting he would make the leap at Hawai‘i, where he was named the program’s 19th head coach. Arnold returns to Hawai‘i, following the footsteps of his father Frank who served as UH head basketball coach for two seasons at UH (1985-87). Prior to arriving in Hawai‘i, Arnold coached at USC where he was an assistant for five seasons. He was instrumental in helping USC achieve a record three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, three straight 20-win seasons and the winningest five-year stretch in school history. 6

In 2009, Arnold helped USC capture the inaugural Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, hosted by Hawai‘i. As one of the elite recruiters in college basketball, Arnold’s efforts were crucial with the infusion of top-caliber talent at USC. Arnold was the lead recruiter for former Trojan standouts DeMar DeRozan and Taj Gibson, both of whom were selected in the first round of the 2009 NBA Draft, as well 2011 first-round pick Nikola Vucevic. Arnold has also tapped into the global basketball talent pool. He has worked with numerous European and African National teams and conducted clinics in more than 20 countries. During his career, Arnold has recruited more than 20 international players to play college basketball in the United States. Two of those players eventually went on to the NBA, including Vucevic (Montenegro) and Yakouba Diawara (France). Arnold first received recognition for his coaching prowess while an assistant at Pepperdine. He spent four seasons (2000-03) there and his main duties included recruiting and overseeing the team’s defensive schemes. At Pepperdine, he signed two WCC Freshmen of the Year and multiple all-conference players. The Waves won more Division I games in his tenure than during any other four-year span in school history. For his work, Athlon Sports named Arnold one of the top 10 Division I assistants in the country. In between stints at USC and Pepperdine, Arnold spent two seasons as the head men’s basketball coach at the College of Southern Idaho. There he posted a 57-14 record, including a 33-3 mark in his second season. His Golden Eagles won the 2005 Scenic West Athletic Conference title and the Region 18 Tournament and advanced to the National Junior College Athletic Association tourney, where they finished third. In 2004, CSI went 24-11, won the Region 18 tourney and advanced to the NJCAA tournament. He was named District 13 Coach of the Year in both of his years there and during that time mentored 17 players that eventually earned Division I scholarships. His teams held the highest accumulative team GPA in school history during his tenure. Arnold’s coaching journey has also taken him to Loyola Marymount, Vanderbilt, Utah Valley State College and Provo High School as an assistant coach. A graduate of Punahou School, Arnold was a prep All-American and Hawai‘i’s high school Gatorade Player of the Year. He began his collegiate playing career at Arizona State, where his father was an assistant coach. He then went on a two-year Mormon mission to Munich, Germany, and upon his return, played at Dixie State College in Utah. Arnold completed his college career at UC San Diego, where he helped the Tritons to a school-record 17 consecutive wins and a No. 3 national ranking in NCAA Division III. Arnold earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from BYU in 1994. He and his wife, Lisa, have five children: Analise (15), Ashton (11), Ally (13), Addison (9) and Ace (5).

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arnoLD’s FiLe Years at UH: Second Season UH and Career Record: 19-13 Alma Mater: Brigham Young (1994) Hometown: Kailua, O‘ahu Family: Wife- Lisa; Children - Analise (15), Ashton (13), Ally (11), Addison (9) and Ace (5)

CoaCHinG Career Years 20102005-10 2003-05 1999-2003 1998-99 1996-98 1995-96 1994-95

School Hawai‘i USC Coll. of Southern Idaho Pepperdine Vanderbilt Loyola Marymount Utah Valley State Provo High School

Position Head Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

pLaYinG Career Years 1991-92 1990 1987

School/Team UC San Diego Dixie State College Arizona State

Career HiGHLiGHTs At Hawai‘i 4 UH completed a turnaround season in 2009-10 with 19 wins, nearly doubling the win total (10) from the year prior and assuring itself a winning record after three straight losing seasons. 4 The 19 wins were the most in a season since 2003-04 and Arnold tied Bruce O’Neil for most wins by a first-year head coach in the collegiate era. 4 Arnold was the first UH skipper to win his UH debut since his father Frank accomplished the feat with a 79-76 win over Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 22, 1985. 4 UH won its first five games of the season for its best start in six years. 4 UH earned a bid to the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament and won its first-round game versus Portland. It was the program’s first postseason appearance and first postseason win since 2003-04. 4 The ’Bows posted an impressive 14-5 record at home and accumulated their most road wins (4) since the 2003-04 season. 4 The team set a school record and ranked eighth in the country in field goal percentage defense (.389). 4 First recruiting class was ranked as high as fifth nationally. Prior to Hawai‘i 4Tabbed as one of the nation’s top assistant coaches and recruiters by 4 numerous media outlets. 4Helped USC achieve a record three consecutive NCAA Tournament 4 appearances, three straight 20-win seasons and the winningest five-year stretch in school history. 4In two seasons as head coach of the College of Southern Idaho, led 4 the team to a 57-14 record and a third-place finish in the 2005 NJCAA Tournament. 4Two-time District 13 Coach of the Year at College of Southern Idaho. 4 Mentored 17 players that eventually earned Division I scholarships. 4Has coached and recruited 12 NBA players in 14 years, including five 4 first-round picks from USC: O.J. Mayo, DeMar DeRozen, Taj Gibson, Nick Young and Nikola Vucevic. The Arnolds - from left: Ashton, Analise, Gib, Lisa, Addison, Ally and Ace. 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

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BeNJY taYlOr associate Coach | 2nd season richmond (1989)

Benjy Taylor begins his second year with the Rainbow Warriors having been elevated to associate coach for the 2011-12 season. Taylor boasts more than 20 years of collegiate coaching experience, including a pair of head coaching stints. As an assistant coach last year, Taylor helped guide UH to a 19-13 finish and an appearance in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. He will continue his duties of recruiting, scouting, scheduling and working with the team’s wing players, while now adding the duties of team travel, NCAA compliance and serving as a liaison to the program’s booster club. Taylor has been a part of numerous NCAA and NIT squads, while coaching at eight different Division I programs, including the 2000-01 Pepperdine squad that went 22-9 and advanced to the second round of the NIT. Arnold and Taylor coached together on that staff. Most recently, Taylor was the head coach at Chicago State for three years. During his tenure, he helped the Cougars achieve new heights in its Division I era, including the program’s first winning season in more than 23 years. The 2008-09 squad finished with a 19-13 season ledger and also finished the season ranked third nationally in scoring and steals. For his efforts, he captured Independent Division I Coach of the Year honors. Prior to Chicago State, Taylor was an assistant coach at Tulane. In his second season at Tulane, Taylor helped the Green Wave compile a 17-13 overall record, including a top division finish, only one full season removed from the devastating after-effects of Hurricane Katrina. After helping Pepperdine to an NIT appearance in 2001, Taylor landed his first head coaching stint at NCAA Division III North Central College in Naperville, Ill., where he guided the program for three seasons. It was Taylor’s second tour of duty in the state. Taylor was previously the associate head coach at Northern Illinois from 1995-2000, helping the Huskies reach the NCAA Tournament in 1996 after posting a 20-10 record. Taylor has also served as an assistant coach at Cornell (1991-92) and The Citadel (1992-95) and Indiana State (2004-05). As a player, Taylor was a four-year letterwinner with the University of Richmond (1985-89). His teams registered an 85-38 (.691) record during his career with two NCAA Tournament appearances (1986, ’88) and one NIT Tournament bid (1989). The 1988 Spider team advanced to the Sweet Sixteen with upsets of Indiana and Georgia Tech in the NCAA Tournament. Taylor earned his bachelor’s degree with a double major in criminal justice and sociology and remained with the Spiders as a graduate assistant coach, earning a master’s degree in sports management. During his two years as a graduate assistant coach at Richmond, he helped his alma mater to back-to-back NCAA Tournaments. In the first round of the 1991 NCAA Tourney, Richmond upset Syracuse, the first time a 15-seed defeated a two-seed in NCAA Tournament history. A native of Jacksonville, N.C., Taylor is a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches as well as the Black Coaches Association. He is married to the former Wendy Fullman, and has three sons—Tyler (21), Otto III (11) and Ostin (8)—and a daughter, Olive (3).

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TaYLor’s FiLe personaL

Years at UH: 2nd season Hometown: Jacksonville, N.C. Alma Mater: Richmond (1989) Family: Wife - Wendy, Children - Tyler (21), Otto III (11), Ostin (8), Olive (3).

pLaYinG eXperienCe 4 1985-89, Richmond

CoaCHinG eXperienCe 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

20112010-11 2007-10 2005-07 2004-05 2001-04 2000-01 1995-2000 1992-95 1991-92 1989-91

Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Chicago State Tulane Indiana State N. Central College Pepperdine Northern Illinois Citadel Cornell Richmond

Associate Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Associate Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Grad. Assistant

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BraNdYN aKaNa assistant Coach | 2nd season Brigham Young-Hawai‘i (1999)

Brandyn Akana, who has seen success as both a player and coach locally, begins his second season as an assistant on the Rainbow Warrior coaching staff. Akana was integral in UH’s success last year, assisting in recruiting, scouting, community relations and developing the team’s guards. The Rainbow Warriors won 19 games and advanced to its first postseason in seven years—propelled by the point-guard play of Hiram Thompson and Jeremiah Ostrowski. Akana will continue to serve in the same capacity this year while taking on the important role as the program’s recruiting coordinator. This past summer, Akana was the lead coordinator for the program’s historic “Warriors To Asia” tour of China and Japan. Akana came to UH from BYU-Hawai‘i where he was an assistant coach for nine years. Akana played an integral part in BYU-Hawai‘i’s transformation into a perennial national contender in Division II basketball. As an associate coach he was involved in nearly every aspect of the program and was the team’s lead recruiter. He now brings his talents to the Manoa campus, where his brother and wife both were standout student-athletes. Akana enjoyed tremendous success himself, both as a player and coach, during his time at BYUH. The team qualified for the NCAA Division II Tournament in eight of Akana’s nine seasons on the staff, including regional final appearances in each of the last three seasons. The Seasiders finished no lower than second place in the Pac West and claimed the conference championship five times. Prior to the 2009-10 season, the program achieved the preseason No. 1 ranking in Division II. Recognized as one of the top Division II recruiters in the nation, Akana helped reel in four players who earned Pac West Freshman of the Year honors and five All-Americans, including three-time All-American Lucas Alves. As the associate coach, Akana’s other responsibilities included scheduling, travel, scouting and on-court instruction involving guards and team defense. He also helped to coordinate camps hosted at the university and assisted in planning the annual BYU-Hawai‘i Asia Pacific International Tournament. Aside from his coaching duties at BYUH, he also served as an assistant professor in the Exercise Sports and Science Department as well as the Director of Intramurals. Akana also boasts extensive international experience having participated in numerous clinics around the world. He has been involved in the Pre-NBA Draft Camp, Pete Newell’s Big Man Camp and has been heavily involved in the Asian basketball scene. He has regularly assisted in the China University Basketball Association (CUBA) basketball camps, Beijing Basketball Camp, Taiwan Basketball Camp, the All-Asia Basketball Camp and has helped train the Chinese National Team. As a player-coach for the Samoan Men’s National Team the last 11 years, he has participated in camps and competitions throughout the South Pacific. He is also heavily involved in Special Olympics Hawai‘i, having mentored numerous coaches. As a collegiate player, Akana enjoyed an outstanding career for BYU-Hawai‘i. His teams qualified for the NAIA Tournament three times, including his senior season in which he averaged 16.3 points per game. Akana was named NAIA AllAmerican honorable mention that season. He ended his career in the school’s top 10 in nine different statistical categories. Akana graduated from BYUH in 1999 with a degree in exercise and sports science. He earned his master’s in kinesiology and leisure science from UH in 2001. A native of Kaunakakai, Molokai, Akana is a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Akana’s older brother, Jarrin, is a former UH basketball player (1992-94) and has worked in the NBA as an assistant coach and scout for the Denver Nuggets, Dallas Mavericks, New Jersey Nets and Milwaukee Bucks. Akana’s wife, the former Joselyn Robins, also played collegiate sports at UH as a standout volleyball player (1993-96). The couple has two daughters— Braelyn (11) 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

akana’s FiLe personaL

Years at UH: 2nd season Hometown: Kaunakakai, Molokai Alma Mater: Brigham Young-Hawai‘i (1999) Family: Wife - Joselyn; Children - Braelyn (11), Keonilei (10), Tausilinu’u (8)

pLaYinG eXperienCe

4 1995-99, Brigham Young-Hawai‘i

CoaCHinG eXperienCe 4 4 4 4

20102006-10 2002-06 1998-99

Hawai‘i BYU-Hawai‘i BYU-Hawai‘i BYU-Hawai‘i

Assistant Coach Associate Coach Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant

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ScOtt FISher assistant Coach | 2nd season UC santa Barbara (1986)

Scott Fisher begins his first season as assistant coach at UH after serving as the team’s director of operations during the 2010-11 season. Fisher helped lead UH to 19 wins and an appearance in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. His duties last season included coordinating team travel, film breakdown and exchange; recruiting, academics and camp; and supervising the team managers. As an assistant this year he will be involved in recruiting, scouting, monitoring the team’s academic progress and working with the team’s post players. Fisher came to Hawai‘i after spending two decades as a player and head coach in Australia’s National Basketball League. The 48-year-old enjoyed a Hall of Fame career in the NBL, winning a pair of league MVP honors as well as three league titles. The perennial all-star started his career in 1987 with the North Melbourne Giants. Fisher was awarded the NBL’s MVP and the Grand Final MVP, and helped his team to the NBL championship in 1989. Fisher went on to play for the Perth Wildcats four years later and would go on to participate in another two NBL championships in 1995 and 2000. As a member of the Australian National Team for four years, Fisher participated in numerous international events, including the 1996 Olympics in which the Australians finished in fourth place. Two years later he represented Australia in the 1998 World Championships and was a silver medalist at the Goodwill Games. Fisher was named in the NBL’s 20th Anniversary Team in 1998 and the 25th Anniversary Team in 2003 shortly after retiring. In 2007 Fisher was inducted into the NBL Hall of Fame. Following his playing career, Fisher served as head coach for Perth (2004-08) leading the Wildcats to the NBL Finals in each of his four seasons. A native of Fremont, Calif., Fisher played collegiate basketball at UC Santa Barbara (1982-86). Originally joining the team as a walk-on, he left the school ranked in the top five in career points (1,351) and rebounds (664). A two-time all-conference selection and the record holder for points in a game (39), Fisher is a member of the UC Santa Barbara Athletic Hall of Fame. Fisher has two children—Blake (20) and Mason (18).

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FisHer’s FiLe personaL

Years at UH: 2nd season Hometown: Fremont, Calif. Alma Mater: UC Santa Barbara (1986) Family: Children - Blake (20) and Mason (18)

pLaYinG eXperienCe

4 1994-2003 Perth Wildcats (NBL) 4 1987-93, North Melbourne Giants (NBL) 4 1982-86, UC Santa Barbara

CoaCHinG eXperienCe 4 20114 2010-11 4 2004-08

Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Perth Wildcats (NBL)

Assistant Coach Director of Ops Head Coach

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DireCTor oF operaTions

KerrY ruPP Director of operations | 1st season southern Utah (1977)

Kerry Rupp begins his first season as UH’s Director of Basketball Operations. Rupp has nearly three decades of coaching experience, including his most recent position as head coach of Western Athletic Conference rival Louisiana Tech. Prior to reviving Louisiana Tech, Rupp worked as a top assistant at some of the most successful basketball programs in the nation and developed a reputation as one of college basketball’s top recruiters. Rupp spent four seasons with Louisiana Tech (2007-11), elevating the program to its most successful stretch in recent history. He led the Bulldogs to nine-win improvements in back-to-back seasons. He was named the 2009-10 Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches’ Coach of the Year and Louisiana Sports Writers Association Coach of the Year after leading the Bulldogs to a 24-11 record, their best since 1985. Amidst the 24-win season was a 10-game win streak, as the Bulldogs received votes in the AP Top 25 for the first time since 1991. Rupp took Tech to postseason play for the first time in four years with an appearance in the 2010 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament and recorded a win in the postseason for the first time in eight years. During the 2008-09 season, Rupp led Tech to 15 wins, a nine-win improvement over the previous season. It was the fourth most improved team in Tech history and the most since 1994-95. Rupp came to Tech after assistant coaching stints at Alabama-Birmingham, Indiana and Utah. Prior to the 2006-07 season at UAB, Rupp was associate head coach under Mike Davis at Indiana from 2004-06, when the Hoosiers made an NIT berth in 2005. From 2000-04, Rupp coached under Rick Majerus for the University of Utah, where the Utes amassed a 70-26 overall record, went to three NCAA Tournaments, an NIT bid and went to the Mountain West Championship game twice. Rupp was also responsible for the Utes’ recruiting of Andrew Bogut, who would become the National Player of the Year, First Team All-American and the top pick in the 2005 NBA Draft. Rupp also served as interim head coach for the part of the 2004 season at Utah as the Utes finished with a 10-4 record and its first-ever Mountain West Tournament Championship. Rupp arrived at Utah after a successful 24-year high school coaching career, where he served as an assistant coach (1986-90) and then head coach (1990-2000) at Salt Lake City’s East High School. There he led the Leopards to four region titles and two state title game appearances and was named the Utah High School Activities Association Coach of the Year in 1999. Rupp has been involved in basketball on several levels. He coached the Utah All-Stars against the adidas national team in 1995, and he directed the Utah High School 4A All-Stars against the 5A All-Stars in 1996 and ’97. He coordinated the Utah Jazz’ Summer League (currently Rocky Mountain Review), when it was held at East High School in 1993 and was part of the Seattle Supersonics’ summer league staff during the 1996 Rocky Mountain Review. Rupp has also worked numerous basketball camps, including the Rick Majerus Big ManGuard Camp and as director of the Karl Malone Basketball Camp. Rupp also served as the coexecutive director of the Karl Malone Foundation For Kids. A 1972 graduate of Cyprus High School, where he was an All-American in basketball and allstate performer in football and basketball, Rupp played two years at Utah State before transferring to Southern Utah. He was named the Thunderbirds’ team MVP and earned all-district and all-conference honors as a senior in 1977. Rupp earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Southern Utah in 1977. He and his wife, Lori, have five daughters; Allie, Lindsey, Shelby, Billie and Randie; and six grandchildren.

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rUpp’s FiLe personaL

Years at UH: 1st season Hometown: Magna, Utah Alma Mater: Southern Utah (1977) Family: Wife - Lori; Children - Allie, Lindsey, Shelby, Billie and Randie

pLaYinG eXperienCe

4 1975-77, Southern Utah 4 1972-74, Utah State

CoaCHinG eXperienCe 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

20112007-11 2006-07 2004-06 2004 2000-04 1990-00 1986-90 1982-86 1979-82 1978-79

Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech UAB Indiana Utah Utah East HS East HS South HS Murray HS Unitah HS

Director of Ops Head Coach Assistant Coach Associate Head Coach Interim Head Coach Associate Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Asst. FB Coach Head Coach Head Coach

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chrIS McMIllIaN Strength & Conditioning Manager

Chris McMillian begins his second season on the University of Hawai‘i men’s basketball staff and will be in charge of the Rainbow Warriors’ strength and conditioning program. A former Division I basketball player, the 31-year-old McMillian has served as a personal trainer and strength coach for the last seven years. In 2009-10, he worked at Centenary College in Shreveport, La., as the Director of Basketball Operations. His duties included coordinating all video activities including film exchange and game breakdown. He also assisted in the Gents’ strength and conditioning program. Prior to working at Centenary, McMillian spent six years as a personal trainer and performance specialist in Phoenix, Ariz. McMillian assisted athletes in improving their speed quickness and explosiveness, as well as providing nutritional advice. As a personal trainer, he designed workout programs aimed at 15 trainers and their clients. McMillian was a standout basketball player at the University of Wyoming. He started at point guard all four years for the Cowboys and helped the team to two Mountain West Conference championships and one NCAA tournament berth. McMillian finished his career ranked third all-time in assists with 434 and second for consecutive games started. He currently ranks 10th in career assist average with 3.5 a game and sixth in career steals with 136. A native of Brea, Calif., McMillian graduated from Wyoming in 2003 with a degree in communications.

BOBBIe OMOtO Secretary

For the past 15 years, Bobbie Omoto has served as secretary for the men’s basketball program. Her primary responsibilities range from answering phone calls to organizing travel reports. Omoto has secretarial experience dating back to 1986, when she provided clerical support to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. Omoto plays a major role in the overall operation of the men’s basketball office. Omoto enjoys arts and crafts and reading. She and her husband, Ralph, have three children: Lisa Ann, Mark and Stephen.

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NIchOlaS MIlaN

Administrative Assistant

Nicholas Milan enters his second season with the Rainbow Warrior basketball program as an administrative assistant. This is the second UH tour for Milan who also served as a team manager for the Rainbow Warriors during the 2004-06 seasons, while an undergraduate student at Hawai‘i. Milan assists with all managerial aspects, including game and practice preparation, equipment, clock management and community service events. After attending UH for two years, Milan went on to play two seasons of basketball at Orange Coast College in California, where he earned his Associate of Arts degree. Milan went on to Cal State Fullerton and graduated in December of 2009 with a degree in kinesiology. A native of Honolulu, Milan attended Kaimuki High School and was a four-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs basketball team.

lYN NaKaGaWa Team Trainer

Lyn Nakagawa begins her fifth season with the University of Hawai‘i and the Rainbow Warrior basketball team. Nakagawa boasts nearly more than a decade of experience after arriving from Oregon State where she served as an athletic trainer for the Beavers. Nakagawa began as a graduate assistant at Oregon State in 2000 and became an assistant athletic trainer three years later. During her time in Corvallis, she primarily served the football, softball and women’s basketball and soccer teams. She also was a teaching assistant, participating in classes and research. Nakagawa, a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, graduated with a BS in exercise and sports science from the University of Puget Sound in 2000 and earned her master’s from Oregon State in 2002. A native of Pearl City, O‘ahu, she is a graduate of Punahou School, where she earned all-state honors in soccer.

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TV/RADIO Roster

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BOBBY MILES

G • 6-1 • 190 So • 1L Los Angeles, CA

JEREMIAH OSTROWSKI

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23

Gib ARNOLD

DAVIS ROZITIS

13

TREVOR WISEMAN

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Benjy TAYLOR

VANDER JOAQUIM

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TYLER BROWN

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JACE TAVITA

20

Brandon JAWATO

33

Assistant Coach 2nd Season BYU-Hawai‘i, 1999

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HAUNS BRERETON

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Christian

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F • 6-6 • 210 Jr • JC Bartlett, TN

G • 6-4 • 215 Fr • HS El Segundo, CA

Brandyn AKANA

Joston THOMAS

F • 6-7 • 235 Jr • 1L Washington, D.C.

G • 6-4 • 210 Sr • TR Salt Lake City, UT

F • 6-6 • 240 Fr • HS Honaker, VA

Associate Coach 2nd Season Richmond, 1989

SHAQUILLE STOKES G • 5-10 • 175 Fr • HS Harlem, NY

C • 6-10 • 245 Jr • 1L Luanda, Angola

F • 6-7 • 210 So • 1L Santa Clarita, CA

Head Coach 2nd Season Brigham Young, 1994

Zane JOHNSON

G • 6-6 • 210 Sr • 1L Phoenix, AZ

C • 7-0 • 240 So • TR Cesis, Latvia

G • 6-4 • 180 So • TR Honolulu, O‘ahu

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G • 6-3 • 170 So • JC Lakewood, CA

G • 5-9 • 175 Sr • 1L ‘Aiea, O‘ahu

Pi‘I MINNS

Garrett JEFFERSON

STANDHARDINGER F • 6-8 • 215 Jr • TR Munich, Germany

Scott FISHER

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190 170 210 175 235 175 240 245 210 210 180 210 240 215 215

So So Sr Fr Jr Sr So Jr Sr Jr So So Fr Fr Jr

Los Angeles, CA/Workman HS Lakewood, CA/Citrus College Phoenix, AZ/University of Arizona Harlem, NY/Lincoln HS Washington, D.C./College of Southern Idaho ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/Punahou School Cesis, Latvia/USC Luanda, Angola/College of Eastern Utah Salt Lake City, UT/University of Utah Bartlett, TN/Western Nebraska CC Honolulu, O‘ahu/Chaminade University Santa Clarita, CA/Golden Valley High School Honaker, VA/IMG Academy El Segundo, CA/El Segundo HS Munich, Germany /University of Nebraska

Bobby Miles* Garrett Jefferson Zane Johnson*+ Shaquille Stokes Joston Thomas* Jeremiah Ostrowski* Davis Rozitis+ dah-VEEHs ROSE-it-is Vander Joaquim* wah-keem Jace Tavita# tah-VEE-tah Hauns Brereton Pi‘i Minns+ PEE-ee Trevor Wiseman* Tyler Brown Brandon Jawato jah-WAH-toe Christian Standhardinger#

* denotes letters earned + denotes has used redshirt year # denotes will redshirt 2011-12 per NCAA transfer rules

Head Coach: Gib Arnold (BYU, 1994), 2nd season Associate Coach: Benjy Taylor (Richmond, 1989), 2nd season Assistant Coach: Brandyn Akana (BYU-Hawai‘i, 1999), 2nd season Assistant Coach: Scott Fisher (UC Santa Barbara, 1986) 2nd season Director of Operations: Kerry Rupp (Southern Utah, 1977) 1st season Strength Coach: Chris McMillian, 2nd season Athletic Trainer: Lyn Nakagawa, 5th season

Class

Alphabetical 21 32 33 2 15 3 1 23 11 13 32 4 20 5 31

Hauns Brereton Tyler Brown Brandon Jawato Garrett Jefferson Vander Joaquim Zane Johnson Bobby Miles Pi‘i Minns Jeremiah Ostrowski Davis Rozitis Christian Standhardinger Shaquille Stokes Jace Tavita Joston Thomas Trevor Wiseman

Seniors (3) Zane Johnson Jeremiah Ostrowski Jace Tavita Juniors (4) Hauns Brereton Vander Joaquim Christian Standhardinger Joston Thomas

Sophomores (5) Garrett Jefferson Bobby Miles Pi‘i Minns Davis Rozitis Trevor Wiseman Freshman (3) Tyler Brown Brandon Jawato Shaquille Stokes

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Height 7-0 6-10 6-8 6-7 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-1 5-10 5-9

Davis Rozitis Vander Joaquim Christian Standhardinger Joston Thomas Trevor Wiseman Hauns Brereton Tyler Brown Zane Johnson Pi‘i Minns Brandon Jawato Jace Tavita Garrett Jefferson Bobby Miles Shaquille Stokes Jeremiah Ostrowski

Geographical Angola (1) Vander Joaquim (Luanda) Arizona (1) Zane Johnson (Phoenix) California (4) Brandon Jawato (El Segundo) Garrett Jefferson (Lakewood) Bobby Miles (Los Angeles) Trevor Wiseman (Santa Clarita) Germany (1) Christian Standhardinger (Munich) Hawai‘i (2) Jeremiah Ostrowski (‘Aiea) Pi‘i Minns (Honolulu) New York (1) Shaquille Stokes (Harlem) Latvia (1) Davis Rozitis (Cesis) Tennessee (1) Hauns Brereton (Bartlett) Utah (1) Jace Tavita (Salt Lake City) Virginia (1) Tyler Brown (Honaker) Washington, D.C. (1) Joston Thomas

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ZaNe JOhNSON

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6-6 | 210 | Guard | senior phoenix, aZ | University of arizona

2010-11 (Junior): Transfer from the University of Arizona made an immediate impact for the Rainbow Warriors…started 30 of 31 games...named allWAC honorable mention and to the all-newcomer team...team’s top scorer (15.8 ppg) and one of the nation’s top three-point marksmen…led the WAC and ranked eighth in the nation in three-pointers per game (3.2)...set new school single-season record with 98 three-pointers....scored in double digits in 24 games including 20 or more points nine times....at least one three-pointer in all but two games...buried six or more three-pointers in five different contests, including a career-high nine against UC Davis (Feb. 19)…also team’s top free-throw shooter at 81.1 percent…tallied 13 points and three assists in win over Cal State Fullerton (Nov. 13)...13 points, four rebounds and three assists vs. Central Michigan (Nov. 15)...15 points and four three-pointers in win over Central Arkansas (Nov. 19)...16 points in win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Nov. 24)...18 points on 6-of-9 three-point shooting against Hawai‘i Pacific (Dec. 11)...also added a career-best nine rebounds against the Sea Warriors...poured in 21 points while adding seven rebounds and four assists in win over Chicago State (Dec. 17)...24 points, including six three-pointers versus Florida State (Dec. 22)...17 points vs. Utah (Dec. 23)...19 points and eight rebounds against Mississippi State (Dec. 25)...tallied 24 points at Utah State (Dec. 29)...team-high 18 points vs. Boise State (Jan. 8)...25 points at New Mexico State (Jan. 13)...25 points in near upset of No. 25 Utah State while knocking down 6-of-7 three-pointers...missed only game of the season at Boise State (Feb. 3)...career-high 32 points on 11-of-17 shooting at UC Davis (Feb. 19)...hit nine three-pointers, one shy of school record and set new school record with 15 three-point attempts…22 points and six threepointers in win over New Mexico State (Feb. 27)...26 points and six threepointers in win at San Jose State (March 3)...hit key three-pointer late in the game to help seal win over Spartans…third straight 20-point performance with 21 points at Fresno State (March 5)... named WAC Player of the Week (March 7) following his performances against SJSU and FSU...19 points, including a perfect 10-of-10 from free-throw line in CIT win over Portland (March 15)…set new single-season three-point record following his trey midway through the first half of CIT loss to San Francisco (March 19).

during his two-year career, averaged 3.4 points, 1.4 rebounds and 0.7 assists per game in 48 appearances (13 starts), while shooting 41.5 percent (54-of130) from the field. Prep: A 2007 graduate of Thunderbird High School in Phoenix, Ariz…a four-year starter and a coveted prospect coming out of Thunderbird…was rated as the No. 83 overall recruit on Sports Illustrated’s Hot 100 Seniors and the No. 38 small forward prospect by rivals.com...a three-time all-state selection and three-time all-region pick…named region Player of the Year twice… averaged 23.6 points and 7.8 rebounds and shot 44 percent from behind the arc as a senior en route to 4A first-team all-state and all-region honors. Personal: Born in Phoenix, Ariz…a sociology major…has one younger brother and one younger sister…parents are Wayne and Robin Bryce of Phoenix, Ariz.

2009-10: Redshirted per NCAA transfer rules. Prior To uH: Played two seasons for the University of Arizona in Tucson…a member of Arizona’s last two NCAA Tournament teams, including a parttime starter on the 2008-09 Wildcat squad that advanced to the Sweet 16... an outstanding long-range shooter, he ranked third on the club with 36 treys as a sophomore...started 11 contests in Pac-10 play when he averaged close to six points and shot a team-leading 41 percent from three-point range....

CAREER TOTALS (AT uH)

Season 2010-11

GP-GS 31-30

Min 1059

Avg 34.2

FG-FGA 157-359

Pct .437

3FG-A 98-241

Pct .407

FT-A 77-95

Pct Off-Def .811 7-90

Tot 97

Avg PF-FO 3.1 83-2

A TO Blk 58 66 4

Stl Pts 17 489

Avg 15.8

CAREER HIGHS (AT uH)

Pts: 32 at UC Davis (2/19/11)...FG: 11 at UC Davis (2/19/11)...FGA: 19 at New Mexico State (1/13/11)...3FG: 9 at UC Davis (2/19/11)...3FGA: 15 at UC Davis (2/19/11)...FT: 10 vs. Portland (3/15/11)...FTA: 10 vs. Portland (3/15/11)...Reb: 9 vs. Hawaii Pacific (12/11/10)...Ast: 4, 3x (last vs. Fresno State, 1/20/11)...To: 6 vs. Florida State (12/22/10)...Blk: 1, 4x (last vs. Nevada 2/14/11)...Stl: 2, 3x (last vs.l San Jose State, 1/22/11)...Min: 45 vs. Nevada (2/14/11)

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JereMIah OStrOWSKI

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2010-11 (Junior): Multi-sport athlete joined the team 12 games into the season…played in 20 of the team’s final 21 games, eventually sliding into a starting role at point guard… averaged 5.4 ppg and team-high 3.8 apg in 22.9 mpg...led the team in assists (76) and steals (26), despite playing in just 20 games…earned the starting nod in seven of the team’s last eight contests...52 assists (6.5 apg) in those final eight contests...proved particularly indispensable late in the season, averaging 38.0 mpg in UH’s final five games and playing all but one minute on the court in UH’s last three contests… joined team full-time on Dec. 25, one day after the conclusion of football season...made UH debut on the hardwood in the first half against Mississippi State (Dec. 25), logging in two minutes...scored first collegiate points, while adding two assists in six minutes at Nevada (Dec. 31)...played 12 minutes at Louisiana Tech including during crunch time of 56-48 road win...tallied two points and a steal...three points, two rebounds, one assist and one steal in 18 minutes against Fresno State (Jan. 20)...enjoyed career game against No. 25 Utah State, tallying 15 points, six assists and three steals in 38 minutes during double-overtime loss, just days after the passing of his father…12 points and eight assists while playing 37 minutes in road win at Boise State (Feb. 3)...made first career start at UC Davis (Feb. 19) and responded with nine points, seven assists and three steals in 31 minutes...12 points and seven rebounds in win over Louisiana Tech (Feb. 24)...seven assists in win over New Mexico State (Feb. 26)...career-high 10 assists, five rebounds and no turnovers in road win over San Jose State (March 3)...eight rebounds, eight assists and no turnovers while playing all 40 minutes vs. San Jose State in WAC Tournament (March 9)...careerhigh 17 points, including 12 in the second half, in CIT first-round win over Portland (March 15)…nine points, six assists and two steals in CIT second-round game vs. San Francisco (March 19).

5-9 | 175 | Guard | senior ‘aiea, o‘ahu | punahou school

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...majoring in sociology...has two younger sisters...parents are Michele and the late Kui Ostrowski of ‘Aiea, O‘ahu.

Football: A two-year letterwinner as a slot receiver on the Warrior football team....redshirted in 2008. Prep: A 2007 graduate of Punahou School in Honolulu, O‘ahu...a twotime all-state and three-time all-league selection at slotback...also returned kicks...named the 2006 state Offensive Player of the Year as a senior...led the state in receptions (81) and yards (1,317)...scored 10 touchdowns... helped Punahou to league title and state runner-up finish as a junior...also a four-time all-state first-team selection in basketball...led team to league title and state runner-up finish as a senior...inducted into the 2007 Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association Hall of Honor.

CAREER TOTALS Season 2010-11

GP-GS 20-7

Min 491

Avg 24.6

FG-FGA 34-90

Pct .378

3FG-A 9-34

Pct .265

FT-A 31-54

Pct Off-Def .574 4-39

Tot 43

Avg PF-FO 2.2 40-1

A TO Blk 76 42 0

Stl Pts 26 108

Avg 5.4

CAREER HIGHS

Pts: 17 vs. Portland (3/15/11)...FG: 7 vs. Portland (3/15/11)...FGA: 11 vs. Portland (3/15/11)...3FG: 2 at UC Davis (2/19/11)...3FGA: 4 at Boise State (2/3/11)...FT: 5, 2x (last at Boise State, 2/13/11)...FTA: 9 vs. Portland (3/15/11)...Reb: 8 vs. San Jose State (3/9/11)...Ast: 10 vs. San Jose State (3/9/11)...To: 8 vs. San Francisco (3/19/11)...Blk: none...Stl: 3, 4x (last vs. San Jose State, 3/9/11)...Min: 40, 2x (last vs. Portland, 3/15/11)

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VaNder JOaQuIM

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6-10 | 245 | Center | Junior Luanda, angola | College of eastern Utah

2010-11 (Sophomore): Sophomore post player enjoyed an outstanding season in his first year as a Rainbow Warrior…started 31 games in the post...one of just two players to play in every game...team leader in rebounding (8.2 rpg) and double-doubles (8)...second on the team in blocks (40)…also averaged 9.5 ppg...shot 52 percent from the field…ramped up his play in WAC games, averaging 11.9 ppg and team-high 9.1 rpg… season-high 16 rebounds in win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Nov. 24)...11 rebounds and three blocks at Cal Poly (Dec. 1)...first career double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds against No. 21 BYU (Dec. 4)...went 4-of-4 from the floor and 2-of-2 from the line en route to 10 points against Hawai‘i Pacific (Dec. 11)...eight points, eight rebounds and three blocks in win over Chicago State (Dec. 17)...nine points and 11 rebounds in win over Mississippi State (Dec. 25)...22 points, while adding 13 rebounds at Nevada (Dec. 31)...12 points and eight rebounds against Boise State (Jan. 8)...12 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks at New Mexico State (Jan. 13)... nine points, 12 rebounds and three blocks in win at La Tech (Jan. 15)...13 points and 10 rebounds, including 10 key points down the stretch in win vs. Fresno State (Jan. 20)...11 points, 12 rebounds, three assists and three blocks in all 40 minutes in road win at Boise State (Feb. 3)...14 points and 14 rebounds at Idaho (Feb. 5)...keyed UH’s overtime win over Nevada (Feb. 14), scoring a career-high 24 points on 10-of-14 shooting...also added nine rebounds...18 points, 15 rebounds and career-high five blocks vs. New Mexico State (Feb. 26)...11 point and 10 rebounds for eight double-double of the year in CIT first-round win over Portland (March 15).

selected to participate by FIBA and the NBA….also played in the Lusophony Games as a member of the Angolan National Team in 2006. Personal: Born in Luanda, Angola…given full name is Valdelicio Macanga Maia Joaquim…major is communications…parents are Paulo and Alda Joaquim of Luanda, Angola.

Prior to uH: Attended College of Eastern Utah in Price, Utah, as a freshman…a key contributor on a Golden Eagles squad that went 27-10 overall and finished third in the NJCAA Tournament this past season...averaged 8.9 ppg and 6.9 rpg and led the team with 31 blocks...posted seven double-doubles. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Mountain State Academy in Beckley, W.Va…a native of Angola, came to the United States in 2007, attending Christian High School in El Cajon, Calif., for his junior season…averaged 21.1 ppg while shooting 54.3 percent from the floor and 69.5 percent from the free throw line…led the league with 16.8 rebounds per contest and posted 89 blocked shots (3.2 bpg)…played senior season at Mountain State Academy…selected to the Basketball Without Borders Africa camp in 2006 and ’07, in which the top 100 players from 28 countries on the continent were

CAREER TOTALS Season 2010-11

GP-GS 32-31

Min 837

Avg 26.2

FG-FGA 116-224

Pct .518

3FG-A 0-3

Pct FT-A .000 72-102

Pct Off-Def .706 95-168

Tot 263

Avg PF-FO 8.2 96-4

A TO Blk 24 57 40

Stl Pts 11 304

Avg 9.5

CAREER HIGHS

Pts: 24 vs. Nevada (2/14/11)...FG: 10 vs. Nevada (2/14/11)...FGA: 14 vs. Nevada (2/14/11)...3FG: None...3FGA: 1, 3x (last vs. Louisiana Tech, 2/24/11)...FT: 6, 3x (last at UC Davis, 2/19/11)...FTA: 8, 2x (last vs. San Francisco, 3/19/11)...Reb: 16 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/24/10)...Ast: 4 at San Jose State (3/3/11)...To: 4, 3x (last at Louisiana Tech, 1/15/11)...Blk: 5 vs. New Mexico State (2/26/11)...Stl: 2 vs. Louisiana Tech (2/24/11)...Min: 40 at Boise State (2/3/11)

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JOStON thOMaS

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6-7 | 235 | Forward | Junior washington D.C. | College of southern idaho

2010-11 (Sophomore): Junior-college transfer played in 31 contests with 22 starts... averaged 9.7 ppg and 5.3 rpg, both of which ranked third on the team...also ranked third in blocked shots (25)…led the team in free-throw attempts with 126…shot 43 percent from the floor...double-digit scoring in 17 contests...18 points, six rebounds, two blocks and two steals in UH debut over Montana State (Nov. 12)...12 points and nine rebounds vs. Central Arkansas (Nov. 19)...16 points in win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Nov. 24)...15 points and six rebounds against Chicago State (Dec. 17)...15 points and four rebounds in win over Utah (Dec. 23)...nine points and eight rebounds at Nevada (Dec. 31)...came off the bench for the first time all season and scored 10 points in 15 minutes against Boise State (Jan. 8)... seven points, seven rebounds and two blocks in road win at Louisiana Tech (Jan. 15)...12 points and seven rebounds vs. Fresno State (Jan. 20) in return to starting lineup after three games off the bench...first career double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds against San Jose State (Jan. 22)...16 points and nine rebounds at Boise State (Feb. 3)...missed first game of the year at UC Davis (Feb. 19)...10 points, seven rebounds and two blocks at Fresno State (March 5)...16 points and six rebounds vs. San Jose State in WAC Tournament (March 9)…12 points in 15 minutes off the bench during season finale against San Francisco (March 19). Prior To uH: Played freshman season at College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho...led the team in both scoring (15.3 ppg) and rebounding (8.2 rpg)…ranked second in the conference in both categories…recorded 10 double-doubles on the season, including four straight to start the season… appeared in 30 games and shot 46 percent from the field as the Eagles won 20 games and advanced to the second round of the Region 18 Tournament. Prep: A 2009 graduate of God’s Academy in Grand Prairie, Texas…rated as the fourth-best prep player out of the state of Texas, while ESPN touted him as one of the nation’s top 30 high school players after averaging 32.1 points, 10.3 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game as a senior...prior to God’s Academy, played for National Christian Academy in Maryland where he was rated as the second-best player in the DC Metro area as a junior.... among the most sought-after players in the nation out of high school... among the teams who expressed interest were Connecticut, Kentucky, Memphis, South Carolina, Texas A&M and West Virginia. Personal: Born in Washington, D.C…intends to major in sociology…has one younger sister…parents are Johnny Thomas of Warner Robin, Ga., and Cynthia Appling of Arlington, Texas.

CAREER TOTALS Season 2010-11

GP-GS 31-21

Min 698

Avg 22.5

FG-FGA 111-261

Pct .425

3FG-A 5-32

Pct FT-A .156 74-126

Pct Off-Def .587 44-115

Tot 159

Avg PF-FO 5.1 74-1

A TO Blk 33 85 25

Stl Pts 18 301

Avg 9.7

CAREER HIGHS

Pts: 18 vs. Montana State (11/12/10)...FG: 7 vs. Montana State (11/12/10)...FGA: 13, 3x (last vs. Fresno State, (1/20/11)...3FG: 2 vs. Montana State (11/12/10)... 3FGA: 4 vs. Montana State (11/12/10)...FT: 10 vs. San Jose State (3/9/11)...FTA: 16 at San Jose State (3/9/11)...Reb: 14 vs. San Jose State (1/22/11)...Ast: 4 vs. Florida State (12/22/10)...To: 8 at Cal Poly, (12/1/10)...Blk: 3 at Cal Poly (12/1/10)...Stl: 3 at Idaho (2/5/11)...Min: 40 at Boise State (2/3/11)

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BOBBY MIleS

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6-1 | 190 | Guard | sophomore Los angeles, Ca | workman High school

2010-11 (Freshman): True freshman played in 29 games, while starting 10 contests...fourth on the team in assists (56, 2.0 apg) while also averaging 2.2 ppg...served as the team’s starting point guard in December and early January, starting 10 times in 12 games...enjoyed best basketball during a three-game stretch, averaging 6.0 ppg, 7.3 apg while playing 35.0 mpg in games vs. Hawai‘i Pacific, Chicago State and Florida State...two points, two rebounds and four assists in collegiate debut against Montana State (Nov. 12)...played most of second half in win over Central Arkansas (Nov. 19) in relief of Hiram Thompson, finishing with four points and five assists...eight points at Cal Poly (Dec. 1)...made first career start against No. 21 BYU and tallied five points, three rebounds and two assists in 27 minutes of action...set new season-high with nine points and six assists against Hawai‘i Pacific (Dec. 11)...career-high 10 assists, while also adding seven points in win over Chicago State (Dec. 17)...played 39 minutes against the Cougars...played the full 40 minutes against Florida State in Diamond Head Classic opener (Dec. 22), logging six assists, four rebounds and three steals...seven points in 21 minutes at Nevada (Dec. 31)...three assists and a steal off the bench in win over San Jose State (March 3)...two points and two assists in WAC Tournament game vs. San Jose State (March 9).

Personal: Born in Los Angeles, Calif…major is pre-business…has three older brothers…parents are Patrick Miles and Norma Tamez of Los Angeles, Calif.

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Workman High School in City of Industry, Calif...a four-year starter and all-league performer for Workman...was first-team all-league three seasons straight and earned MVP honors in his final two seasons...led team to a pair of league titles…as a senior, averaged 27.0 ppg, 14.0 rebounds and 5.6 apg en route to his second straight league MVP award…led Workman to the second league title with an 11-1 record…in his final high school game, exploded for 43 points and 12 rebounds during a first-round loss in the CIF playoffs...was also named first-team all-area, secondteam all-CIF Division 4A and nominated as a McDonald’s AllAmerican...as a junior he averaged 16.8 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 3.3 apg, and 3.7 spg en route to league MVP honors…also excelled in just one summer of AAU basketball, leading Southeast Elite to the championship game of both the Coca-Cola Classic and the Best of Summer tournament. CAREER TOTALS Season 2010-11

GP-GS 29-10

Min 452

Avg 15.6

FG-FGA 19-52

Pct .365

3FG-A 5-14

Pct .357

FT-A 22-41

Pct Off-Def .537 8-29

Tot 37

Avg PF-FO 1.3 48-4

A TO Blk 56 45 4

Stl 14

Pts 65

Avg 2.2

CAREER HIGHS Pts: 9 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (12/11/10)...FG: 4 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (12/11/10)...FGA: 8 Hawai‘i Pacific (12/11/10)...3FG: 2 at Cal Poly (12/1/10)...3FGA: 3 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (12/11/10)...FT: 4, 2x (last vs. Chicago State, 12/17/10)...FTA: 5 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/24/10)...Reb: 4 vs. Florida State (12/22/10)...Ast: 10 vs. Chicago State 12/17/10)...To: 6 vs. Florida State (12/22/10)...Blk: 1, 4x (last at UC Davis, 2/19/10)...Stl: 3, 2x (last vs. Utah, 12/23/10)...Min: 40 vs. Florida State (12/22/10)

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treVOr WISeMaN

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6-7 | 210 | Forward | sophomore santa Clarita, Ca | Golden valley High school

2010-11 (Freshman): Versatile freshman played in 30 games with eight starts…started six of the last seven games...team’s defensive specialist and energy player...averaged 4.2 ppg and 4.0 rpg in 19.8 mpg... shot 52 percent from the floor and 68 percent from the free-throw line…grabbed at least one rebound in all but one game...tallied seven rebounds and two assists off the bench in collegiate debut against Montana State (Nov. 12)...eight points, four rebounds and three assists vs. Central Arkansas (Nov. 19)...posted eight points and six rebounds in first career start versus Cal Poly (Dec. 1)... nine points and eight rebounds in 27 minutes off the bench against Mississippi State (Dec. 25)...seven rebounds at Nevada (Dec. 31)...five points and three rebounds in just nine minutes vs. San Jose State (Jan. 22)...missed first game of the year at Boise State (Feb. 3)...seven points, seven rebounds and three assists in season-high 28 minutes vs. Nevada (Feb. 14)... scored eight points and tied career-high with eight rebounds in road win at UC Davis (Feb. 19)...tied career-high with nine points, while also adding five rebounds and three steals in win over New Mexico State (Feb. 26)....nine points, four rebounds vs. Portland (March 15)…career-high 13 points, while also adding seven rebounds in season finale against San Francisco (March 19). Prep: A 2010 graduate of Golden Valley High School in Santa Clarita, Calif…earned three varsity letters in basketball…averaged 20.5 points, 11.0 rebounds and 5.5 assists per game as a senior... named Foothill League co-Player of the Year and earned first-team all-California Interscholastic Federation honors in 3A…played nearly every position on the court, including point guard...a threeyear starter for Golden Valley, helped lead the school to two league titles and guided his team to the division quarterfinals as a senior… aside from league player of the year and all-state honors, was also named to the McDonald’s All-American Game watch list in 2010… participated in “The Battle of the Valley” all-star game. Personal: Born in Granada Hills, Calif…major is undecided… mother is Patricia Rosenkild of Lindale, Texas.

CAREER TOTALS Season 2010-11

GP-GS 30-8

Min 595

Avg 19.8

FG-FGA 40-77

Pct .519

3FG-A 0-0

Pct .000

FT-A 45-66

Pct Off-Def .682 50-69

Tot 119

Avg PF-FO 4.0 73-1

A TO Blk 27 41 2

Stl Pts 22 125

Avg 4.2

CAREER HIGHS

Pts: 13 vs. San Francisco (3/19/11)...FG: 5 vs. San Francisco (3/19/11)...FGA: 6, 4x (last vs. New Mexico State, 2/26/11)...3FG: None...3FGA: None...FT: 5 vs. Portland State (3/15/11)...FTA: 7 vs. Portland State (3/15/11)...Reb: 8, 2x (last at UC Davis, 2/19/11)...Ast: 3 vs. Nevada (2/14/11)...To: 3, 4x (last vs. Portland State, 3/15/11)...Blk: 1, 2x (last vs. San Francisco, 3/19/11)...Stl: 3, 3x (last vs. Portland, 2/26/11)...Min: 33, 2x (last vs Portland State, 3/15/11)

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PI‘I MINNS

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6-4 | 180 | Guard | sophomore Honolulu, o‘ahu | Chaminade University

2010-11: Division II transfer redshirted per NCAA rules. Prior To uH: Attended Chaminade University in Honolulu, O‘ahu…appeared briefly in four games. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Kamehameha Schools-Kapālama in Honolulu, O‘ahu…a three-sport athlete, lettering in football, basketball and track…earned three varsity letters in basketball…led Warriors to 2009 league and state championships…named Gatorade State Player of the Year…also earned all-league and state player of the year honors…nominated for the McDonald’s All-American game… league high-jump champion in 2008…also earned all-league honors in football as a senior. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…given full name is Carl Pi‘iali‘i Minns…intends to major in Hawaiian knowledge…has two sisters…mother is Francine Gora of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

CAREER TOTALS (AT CHAMINADE)

Season 2009-10 22

GP-GS 3-0

Min 7

Avg 2.3

FG-FGA 0-1

Pct .000

3FG-A 0-1

Pct .000

FT-A 0-0

Pct Off-Def .000 0-1

Tot 1

Avg PF-FO 0.3 0-0

A TO Blk 1 1 0

Stl 0

Pts 0

Avg 0.0

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daVIS rOZItIS

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7-0 | 240 | Center | sophomore Cesis, Latvia | University of southern California

2010-11: Division I transfer redshirted per NCAA rules. Prior To uH: Played freshman season for USC in the Pac-10…appeared in eight games for the Trojans, scoring two points and grabbing seven rebounds in 28 total minutes of action. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Cesis State Grammar School…helped Cesis State Grammar School to the national tournament title… a member of the Latvian U20 national team…also played for SK Cesis in the Latvian Basketball League Second Division during the 2008-09 season…averaged 15.0 points and 9.5 rebounds in 22 games…earned player of the month honors twice and named league MVP. Personal: Born in Cesis, Latvia…major is political science…mother is Zane Rozite of Cesis, Latvia.

CAREER TOTALS (AT uSC)

Season 2009-10

GP-GS 8-0

Min 28

Avg 3.5

FG-FGA 1-2

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Pct .500

3FG-A 0-0

Pct .000

FT-A 0-0

Pct Off-Def .000 0-7

Tot 7

Avg PF-FO 0.9 7-0

A TO Blk 1 1 2

Stl 0

Pts 2

Avg 0.3 23


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Jace taVIta

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6-4 | 210 | Guard | senior salt Lake City, UT | University of Utah

Joined the team in January 2011...will redshirt the 2011-12 season. Prior To uH: Played at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City… appeared in 60 career games beginning from the 2008-09 season… as freshman, saw action in 25 games, making four starts...recorded 17 assists, made two blocks and one steal…part of squad that captured the Mountain West regular-season and tournament titles... played in 30 games, making 19 starts as a sophomore...averaged 1.4 points and 1.9 rebounds in 19.1 minutes...handed out 59 assists ...played in five games in 2010-11, averaging 1.2 points and 3.4 rebounds in 16 minutes a game…selected as a team captain prior to the season. Prep: A 2008 graduate of Brighton High School in Salt Lake City, Utah…led Brighton to the state semifinals and regional championship as a senior...named 5A MVP...named first-team all-state by Desert News and Salt Lake Tribune...averaged 25 points, six rebounds and eight assists as a senior...posted a 3.5 GPA every trimester of his senior year. Personal: Born in San Francisco, Calif…majoring in sociology… parents are Gilbert and Ginger Tavita of Salt Lake City, Utah.

CAREER TOTALS (AT uTAH)

Season 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals 24

GP-GS 25-4 30-19 5-0 60-23

Min 161 574 80 815

Avg 6.4 19.1 16.0 13.6

FG-FGA 1-6 16-55 1-10 18-71

Pct .167 .291 .100 .254

3FG-A 0-0 6-33 0-3 6-36

Pct .000 .182 .000 .167

FT-A 0-1 4-13 4-6 8-20

Pct Off-Def .000 3-11 .308 10-46 .667 4-13 .400 17-70

Tot 14 56 17 87

Avg PF-FO 0.6 20-0 1.9 74-2 3.4 7-0 1.5 101-2

A TO Blk 17 15 2 59 36 3 5 6 1 81 57 6

Stl 1 16 3 20

Pts 2 42 6 50

Avg 0.1 1.4 1.2 0.8

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newCoMer

hauNS BreretON

21

6-6 | 210 | Forward | Junior Bartlett, Tn | western nebraska Community College

Prior To uH: Played sophomore season for Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff…a third-team junior college All-American…led team in scoring (20.3 ppg) and rebounding (7.1 rpg)…shot 51 percent from the floor, 78 percent from the line and 39 percent from three-point territory…helped lead the Cougars to the quarterfinals of the region Ix tournament, earning all-tournament as well as all-region honors…averaged 27.0 ppg in the final 17 games of the season…also named MVP of the K&T Steel Tournament as WNCC upset host and eventual national champion College of Southern Idaho…obtained the highest grade-point-average on the team…prior to WNCC, played freshman season at Northern Colorado out of the Big Sky conference…appeared in 28 games as a freshman…member of the Bear squad that won the 2009 Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic championship…made the Big Sky AllAcademic Team. Prep: A 2007 graduate of Bartlett High School in Memphis, Tenn. …a three-year letterwinner in basketball…a three-time all district and all-region pick…is the school’s record-holder in career points (1,346) and points in a game (46)…averaged 23 points, 10 rebounds, six assists and shot 87 percent from the free-throw line as a senior...was a Nike Selection Best of Memphis in 2007… a McDonald’s All-American nominee… led his team to the Kentucky Hoop Fest Championship…also named academic all-American at Bartlett ...ranked No. 6 out of 400 students in graduating class...named 2006-07 Best Student Athlete in Shelby County...a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club, as well as an Eagle Scout ...also lettered in soccer (2) and tennis (1) at Bartlett…a member of Mike Miller’s travel team (2005-07). Personal: Born in Downey, Calif…majoring in pre-business... nicknames are “Ketchup” and “Iceman”…is of Samoan descent and his mother is originally from Hawai‘i….served a two-year church mission in Taiwan and is fluent in Chinese…has three brothers and one sister… parents are Jeffrey and Kim Brereton of Bartlett, Tenn.

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“Hauns is a mature player with a mature game and should provide us leadership. He has a great inside-outside game and can score in the block and out at the three-point line. He shoots a high percentage from all parts of the floor and is a solid rebounder. ”

-Coach Gib arnold

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tYler BrOWN

32

6-6 | 240 | Forward | Freshman Honaker, va | iMG academy

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Honaker High School in VA…earned three varsity letters in basketball…averaged 8.0 ppg, 7.0 rpg and 1.0 bpg during his career…named most improved player in 2007… helped lead team to a district championship as a sophomore and the regional finals as a senior…also a four-year letterwinner in swimming…named team MVP three times, including his freshman season…an honor-roll student and named an AIMS Scholar...a member of the French and BETA clubs, as well as Future Christian Athletes, Future Business Leaders of America, band, orchestra and student council…following high school, played one year at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla…named team captain. Personal: Born in Honaker, Va....full name is Andrew Tyler Brown...major is pre-business…has one brother and one sister… parents are Wesley Brown and Rejeana Smith of Honaker, Va.

“Tyler gives us another tough, big body in the paint. i love his attitude. He brings it every day and is a lot of fun to be around. ”

-Coach Gib arnold

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newCoMer

BraNdON JaWatO

33

6-4 | 215 | Guard | Freshman el segundo, Ca | el segundo High school

Prep: A 2011 graduate of El Segundo High School in California… a three-year letterwinner in basketball…a three-time all-league and two-time all-CIF pick…team’s leading scorer two years straight… named MVP of the Pioneer League as senior after averaging 21.5 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 2.0 apg and 1.5 apg…helped lead Eagles to a leaguerunner-up finish and to the second round of the state playoffs…. participated in the SBAC Senior All-Star game…competed for the Pump N Run club team for two years…an honor-roll student. Personal: Born in Santa Monica, Calif…nickname is “B”…major is undecided…has one sister…parents are Nyoman Jawato and Belinda Van Dorn of El Segundo, Calif.

“Brandon is a big aggressive guard who was Mvp of his conference in a very good league in California. He’s got the ability to both score and rebound, plus he’s got a high motor so he plays with high energy. He should have a bright future here at UH.”

-Coach Gib arnold

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Garrett JeFFerSON

2

6-3 | 170 | Guard | sophomore Lakewood, Ca | Citrus College

Prior To uH: Attended Citrus College in California for one season…appeared in 29 games with 23 starts for the Fighting Owls as a freshman last season…helped lead Citrus squad that finished with 27-6 record and advanced all the way to the state championship… averaged 7.8 points and 3.8 rebounds a game in just over 18.2 minutes a per game...shot 40 percent from the floor…a defensive stopper, who averaged 1.4 steals per game. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Mayfair High School in Lakewood, Calif…earned three varsity letters in basketball...a two-time all-league selection…a first-team all-league pick as a junior and honorable mention as a senior…helped lead team to back-to-back league titles with a 22-2 record during that span…a McDonald’s All-America nominee. Personal: Born in Willmington, Calif…nickname is “Gee”…intends to major in business or communications…parents are Derrick and Victoria Jefferson of Lakewood, Calif.

“Garrett is a great athlete who can get baskets in different ways with his athleticism. He also really gets at it on the defensive end. He’s an exciting player who fans will definitely enjoy watching.”

-Coach Gib arnold

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chrIStIaN StaNdhardINGer

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6-8 | 215 | Forward | Junior Munich, Germany | University of nebraska

Will redshirt the 2011-12 season per NCAA transfer rules. Prior To uH: Played two seasons for the University of Nebraska in Lincoln... averaged 8.5 ppg and 4.2 rpg in 22 career games over the course of the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons...was coached by former UH associate coach Walter Roese who was part of the 2009-10 Husker staff...as a freshman, sat out much of the preseason before making his Husker debut at the start of Big 12 play...averaged 8.1 points and 3.8 points per game to rank fourth on the team in scoring...moved into the starting lineup down the stretch, averaging 12 points and 8.4 rebounds per game over his final five games, highlighted by a 25-point, eight-rebound performance at Iowa State... played in just six games as a sophomore before leaving the team in December...in six games of action he averaged 9.5 ppg and 5.5 rpg. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Erdgas Ehingen in Munich, Germany...as a senior averaged 22.2 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.6 steals over 26 games...hit 54.7 percent (151-of-276) from the floor, including 40.6 percent (43-of-106) from beyond the arc...was named the league’s Youngster of the Month on two occasions and once was the Player of the Month...as a junior averaged 17.1 points and 7.4 rebounds per game for Ehingen while hitting 47.3 percent from the floor...came to the United States in 2007-08 with Urspringschule squad that finished fourth in the Arby’s Classic in Bristol, Tenn...was named to the all-tournament squad...also participated in the finale of the 2008 U19 German Championship, scoring 37 points and posting 12 rebounds...earned top scorer honors at the Europe’s Best Junior Tournament in 2007 and was the MVP of the German Top 4 in 2007...was a member of the German Junior National Team and averaged 8.0 points and 2.0 rebounds per game at the 2007 U18 European Championships. Personal: Born in Munich, Germany...a pre-business major...has twin sisters, Kristin and Kathrin, both of whom were all-region volleyball players for Armstrong Atlantic State University in Georgia... mother is originally from the Philippines, making him one of only a handful of Division I basketball players of Filipino heritage...parents are Gunter and Elizabeth Standhardinger of Munich, Germany.

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“Christian was one of the best players coming out of Germany before coming to the United states, so we’re very fortunate to have him make his way here. He’s a versatile player with a great motor, who can both score and rebound. He’s going to be a great addition to our frontcourt.”

-Coach Gib arnold

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ShaQuIlle StOKeS

4

5-10 | 175 | Guard | Freshman Harlem, nY | Lincoln High school

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Abraham Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, N.Y…three-year starter for Lincoln, a New York powerhouse that has produced some of the best point guards in the nation, including NBA players Stephon Marbury, Sebastian Telfair and Lance Stephenson…helped Lincoln to three straight league titles…averaged 18.4 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists per game as a senior… led Lincoln to a 29-3 record, a runner-up finish in the city championship and a No. 21 national ranking by USA Today…capped his career by being tabbed as city Player of the Year and first-team all-city by the New York Daily News...was also named the All-Brooklyn Player of the Year and ranked among the top 10 seniors in New York City by NYChoops.net…tallied 23 points and eight assists to lead Lincoln to the Brooklyn Borough basketball championship… helped Lincoln earn the top seed in New York’s prestigious public schools’ playoffs as the Railsplitters eventually advanced to the city championship game played in Madison Square Garden. Personal: Born in Harlem, NY… nicknames are “Showtime” and “Most Impressive”…intends to major in sociology…has two younger brothers...parents are Eric Andrew and Chervantes Moore of New York, N.Y.

“shaquille gives our team a great added dimension. new York point guards have a reputation for being tough, defensive-minded players who can create off the dribble. Shaquille fits that mold perfectly. ”

-Coach Gib arnold

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Those who are great don’t have an offseason. Greatness is achieved through hours in the weight room and on the court. Greatness is never settling for the status quo and going beyond what is expected of you. Greatness is the standard of excellence we have set for our schools, for our student-athletes, and for ourselves.

Be Great. Play Up.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FRESNO STATE l HAWAI‘I l IDAHO l LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA l NEW MEXICO STATE l SAN JOSE STATE l UTAH STATE


pLaYer GaMe-BY-GaMe sTaTs

zane Johnson 2007-08 (at Arizona) OPPONENT Northern Arizona Virginia UMKC Adams St. at Kansas Cal State Fullerton Texas A&M at Illinois Fresno State at UNLV San Diego State at Memphis Oregon State Oregon at Arizona State at Houston at Stanford at California Washington State Washington at USC at UCLA Arizona State California Stanford at Washington at Washington State USC UCLA at Oregon State Oregon Oregon State Stanford West Virginia

GS MIN

FG

8 2 2 0 7 5 3 3 7

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

3 3 8 0 4

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

18

1-3

3FG FT REB Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play Did Not Play 1-2 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-2 0-0 1 0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 1 Did Not Play Did Not Play 0-0 0-0 1 1-2 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 Did Not Play 1-3 2-2 0 Did Not Play Did Not Play

zane Johnson 2008-09 (at Arizona) PF AST TO BK STL PT

1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0

0 0 2 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1

3 3 0 0 0

5

2

0

3

1

5

zane Johnson 2010-11 (at Hawai‘i) OPPONENT Montana State Cal State Fullerton Central Michigan Central Arkansas Arkansas Pine-Bluff at Cal Poly at Brigham Young Hawaii Pacific Chicago State Florida State Utah Mississippi State at Utah State at Nevada Idaho Boise State at New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech Fresno State San Jose State Utah State at Boise State at Idaho Nevada at UC Davis Louisiana Tech New Mexico State at San Jose State at Fresno State vs. San Jose State Portland San Francisco

32

GS MIN * 17 * 34 * 30 * 26 * 37 * 27 29 * 27 * 32 * 36 * 35 * 39 * 39 * 32 * 34 * 36 * 40* 35 * 35 * 38 * 36 * * * * * * * * * *

30 45 36 33 40 37 38 33 39 35

FG 0-5 3-9 3-7 5-8 4-14 2-6 1-10 6-11 7-17 6-12 6-10 7-15 7-11 3-5 2-8 6-12 9-19 2-10 3-11 3-14 9-15 3-8 4-15 11-17 6-12 8-14 9-14 8-14 6-14 4-9 4-13

3FG FT REB 0-3 0-1 0 3-8 4-4 2 2-6 5-6 4 4-6 1-1 2 3-10 5-6 3 1-4 6-7 1 0-3 4-4 1 6-9 0-0 9 5-13 2-2 7 6-11 6-6 4 4-5 1-2 3 2-7 3-3 8 4-6 6-7 4 2-3 2-2 3 1-6 2-2 2 2-6 4-4 3 4-12 3-3 2 1-7 2-3 2 3-8 0-0 5 2-9 0-0 2 6-7 1-2 4 -Did Not Play3-6 0-0 1 2-10 1-4 4 9-15 1-2 2 3-9 1-1 4 6-12 0-2 3 6-10 2-2 1 4-9 1-2 2 2-8 0-1 1 1-4 10-10 4 1-9 4-6 4

OPPONENT Florida Atlantic UAB Mississippi Valley St. Santa Clara Northern Arizona Loyola Marymount at Texas A&M San Diego State Gonzaga at UNLV Kansas Weber State at California at Stanford Oregon Oregon State at UCLA at USC Arizona State Houston Washington Washington State at Oregon State at Oregon USC UCLA at Arizona State at Washington State at Washington California Stanford Arizona State Utah Cleveland State

GS MIN 2

*

* * * * * * * * * * * *

FG 0-0

3FG FT REB 0-0 0-0 0 Did Not Play 1-2 0-0 4 Did Not Play 0-2 0-0 4 5-9 0-0 2 1-1 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 2 1-1 0-0 3 0-0 2-2 1 1-1 0-0 0 1-4 0-0 1 0-2 0-0 2 0-0 1-2 1 1-6 4-4 3 1-3 2-2 5 2-3 0-0 0 2-2 0-0 1 1-7 1-2 5 1-5 0-0 4 1-3 0-0 1 3-4 1-2 1 0-2 0-0 1 2-4 0-1 1 2-3 0-0 1 3-4 0-0 3 1-3 0-0 1 2-4 2-2 3 1-2 0-0 1 0-2 0-0 3 1-2 0-0 1 0-3 0-0 5 1-1 0-0 2 0-1 2-2 0

PF AST TO BK STL PT 0 0 0 0 0 0

3FG FT REB -Did Not Play-Did Not Play-Did Not Play-Did Not Play-Did Not Play-Did Not Play-Did Not Play-Did Not Play-Did Not Play-Did Not Play-Did Not Play0-0 0-0 0-0 0 -Did Not Play0-1 0-1 2-2 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0-3 0-1 2-4 1 0-0 0-0 2-4 1 1-1 0-0 1-2 2 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 5-7 0-2 5-8 2 3-8 1-4 5-6 1 2-3 1-1 0-0 0 2-9 0-3 0-1 4 3-4 2-3 1-4 3 3-7 2-3 4-4 4 1-9 0-2 0-0 0 0-5 0-3 2-2 5 3-8 1-3 2-4 2 0-4 0-2 0-0 8 7-11 0-1 3-9 6 3-7 1-3 2-4 3

PF AST TO BK STL PT

15

1-2

15 24 17 16 9 10 20 24 17 13 19 23 20 26 30 22 18 29 23 26 20 23 21 30 24 18 14 16 16 12

0-2 6-10 2-2 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-4 0-2 0-0 2-7 3-6 3-5 2-2 2-8 1-5 1-4 3-5 2-4 3-5 2-3 4-7 2-5 2-5 1-4 0-2 1-2 1-4 1-1 0-1

2

0

0

0

0

3

2 0 1 3 1 2 4 1 1 3 3 1 2 5 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 5 1 3 2 3 0

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

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

0 17 5 0 3 4 3 3 0 1 9 9 8 6 6 3 3 10 4 8 6 11 5 8 3 0 3 2 3 2

Miah Ostrowski 2010-11 PF AST TO BK STL PT 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 13 1 3 1 0 1 13 1 1 2 0 0 15 2 2 1 0 2 16 2 4 3 0 1 11 2 1 1 0 0 6 0 1 3 0 0 18 3 4 2 0 1 21 5 0 6 1 0 24 4 1 2 0 2 17 1 1 2 0 0 19 4 2 2 0 1 24 3 2 1 0 0 10 1 2 3 0 1 7 1 1 1 0 1 18 1 3 0 0 0 25 5 2 3 0 0 7 2 4 2 0 0 9 3 1 2 0 2 8 4 0 1 0 0 25 1 3 2 3 4 3 4 4 4 4

3 1 1 0 1 3 3 3 2 2

4 2 2 1 3 3 3 2 4 2

1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0

9 15 32 16 22 26 21 14 19 13

OPPONENT Montana State Cal State Fullerton Central Michigan Central Arkansas Arkansas Pine-Bluff at Cal Poly at Brigham Young Hawaii Pacific Chicago State Florida State Utah Mississippi State at Utah State at Nevada Idaho Boise State at New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech Fresno State San Jose State Utah State at Boise State at Idaho Nevada at UC Davis Louisiana Tech New Mexico State at San Jose State at Fresno State vs San Jose State Portland San Francisco

GS MIN

2

* * * * * * *

6 4 4 9 12 18 13 38 37 28 39 31 33 27 39 32 40 40 39

FG

0

0

0

0

0

0

1 1 0 1 3 1 3 4 1 3 1 3 1 5 2 3 4 0 3

2 0 0 0 1 1 1 6 8 3 2 7 7 7 10 3 8 4 6

1 0 0 2 1 3 3 1 3 2 0 4 5 2 0 4 0 3 8

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

2 0 0 2 2 3 3 15 12 5 4 9 12 2 2 9 0 17 9

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pLaYer GaMe-BY-GaMe sTaTs

Vander Joaquim 2010-11 OPPONENT Montana State Cal State Fullerton Central Michigan Central Arkansas Arkansas Pine-Bluff at Cal Poly at Brigham Young Hawaii Pacific Chicago State Florida State Utah Mississippi State at Utah State at Nevada Idaho Boise State at New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech Fresno State San Jose State Utah State at Boise State at Idaho Nevada at UC Davis Louisiana Tech New Mexico State at San Jose State at Fresno State vs San Jose State Portland San Francisco

GS MIN * 20 * 5 * 7 * 16 * 30 * 26 * 27 * 17 * 18 * 25 * 17 * 22 * 19 * 28 * 22 * 24 * 35 * 31 * 36 * 36 * 29 * 40 * 32 * 39 * 30 * 28 * 34 * 36 * 16 * 26 * 34 * 32

Joston Thomas 2010-11

FG 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-4 2-4 3-3 4-11 4-4 3-5 1-7 1-7 4-7 4-4 8-13 2-3 3-7 5-13 4-9 4-8 1-5 2-9 5-8 7-10 10-14 4-6 5-8 7-10 4-7 2-5 4-7 4-11 4-11

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-3 0-2 4-4 2-2 2-4 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-2 6-8 2-3 6-6 2-4 1-2 5-7 4-6 3-3 1-1 0-0 4-6 6-6 1-4 4-4 4-5 2-2 0-0 3-5 5-8

REB 6 0 1 4 16 11 12 2 8 7 7 11 3 13 7 8 12 12 10 8 5 12 14 9 7 9 15 7 2 8 10 7

PF AST TO BK STL PT 4 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 8 2 1 3 1 0 5 0 0 4 3 1 6 3 0 3 0 0 12 2 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 1 3 1 8 5 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 3 3 2 1 0 0 9 3 0 2 0 0 8 4 0 1 0 0 22 3 0 1 0 0 6 5 1 4 1 1 12 5 0 2 2 1 12 4 1 4 3 0 9 2 0 1 2 1 13 3 1 2 2 0 6 3 1 2 2 0 7 3 3 1 3 0 11 2 0 2 2 0 14 4 1 2 1 1 24 4 2 3 0 0 14 4 0 1 0 2 11 5 1 3 5 0 18 3 4 4 4 0 12 4 1 2 1 0 6 4 1 2 0 1 8 2 0 1 1 0 11 3 1 3 2 0 13

FG 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-2 3-4 1-4 4-8 1-3 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-5 1-2 0-1 0-3 1-2

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

2 3 7 1 18 13 14 18 12 18

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

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

1

0-0

0-0

FT REB PF AST TO BK STL PT 2-2 2 0 4 2 0 0 2 2-2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0-2 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 2-4 3 2 5 4 1 0 4 4-5 2 2 2 1 0 2 4 0-2 0 2 1 2 0 1 8 3-4 3 1 2 3 0 0 5 0-2 3 5 6 1 1 0 9 4-4 3 2 10 4 0 0 7 0-2 4 4 6 6 0 3 2 2-2 0 3 1 4 1 3 2 0-0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0-0 0 2 1 3 0 0 2 1-2 1 5 1 1 0 0 7 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0-0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0-1 2 5 2 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 -Did Not Play-Did Not Play0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 1-2 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0-1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0-0 1 5 2 1 0 1 0 0-1 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 -Did Not Play0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Bobby Miles 2010-11 OPPONENT Montana State Cal State Fullerton Central Michigan Central Arkansas Arkansas Pine-Bluff at Cal Poly at Brigham Young Hawaii Pacific Chicago State Florida State Utah Mississippi State at Utah State at Nevada Idaho Boise State at New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech Fresno State San Jose State Utah State at Boise State at Idaho Nevada at UC Davis Louisiana Tech New Mexico State at San Jose State at Fresno State vs San Jose State Portland San Francisco

GS MIN 15 7 12 21 15 25 * 27 * 26 * 39 * 40 * 14 9 * 19 * 21 9 * 12 * 24 * 10

OPPONENT Montana State Cal State Fullerton Central Michigan Central Arkansas Arkansas Pine-Bluff at Cal Poly at Brigham Young Hawaii Pacific Chicago State Florida State Utah Mississippi State at Utah State at Nevada Idaho Boise State at New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech Fresno State San Jose State Utah State at Boise State at Idaho Nevada at UC Davis Louisiana Tech New Mexico State at San Jose State at Fresno State vs. San Jose State Portland San Francisco

GS MIN * 21 * 27 * 33 * 26 * 32 * 26 * 27 * 25 * 24 * 30 * 37 * 24 * 23 * 28 * 19 32 22 26 * 22 * 28 * 23 * 40 * 21 * 9 10 6 19 18 16 6 15

FG 3FG FT REB PF AST TO BK STL PT 7-13 2-4 2-4 6 1 1 2 2 2 18 3-7 0-1 0-1 5 1 1 2 2 1 6 4-12 0-2 6-9 5 3 1 3 1 1 14 6-9 0-1 0-1 9 3 2 4 0 0 12 6-11 0-1 4-6 6 3 1 5 0 0 16 5-11 0-3 0-0 4 3 2 8 3 0 10 4-12 1-2 3-5 6 4 1 5 1 1 12 3-9 0-1 0-2 6 2 1 4 0 1 6 4-10 0-1 7-8 6 3 2 3 0 0 15 4-13 0-3 4-7 5 4 4 5 0 0 12 4-10 0-0 7-10 4 3 0 1 1 1 15 4-6 1-2 2-6 5 4 1 4 1 0 11 3-7 1-3 1-2 2 4 0 1 1 1 8 4-10 0-2 1-3 8 2 1 4 1 0 9 1-9 0-1 1-1 6 2 1 2 2 0 3 4-5 0-1 2-3 2 3 0 1 0 0 10 3-8 0-0 2-4 6 5 0 4 1 1 8 3-8 0-1 1-2 7 1 1 3 2 0 7 5-13 0-0 2-3 7 1 1 0 0 0 12 6-11 0-0 2-2 14 4 3 2 1 0 14 2-7 0-1 0-0 7 1 0 2 0 0 4 6-8 0-0 4-7 9 2 0 7 0 1 16 3-8 0-1 6-8 2 2 3 3 1 3 12 0-3 0-0 0-0 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 -Did Not Play0-2 0-0 2-5 2 2 0 2 1 1 2 1-4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 3-10 0-0 0-0 3 3 0 2 0 1 6 4-10 0-0 2-6 7 2 1 1 2 0 10 3-5 0-0 10-16 6 3 2 1 1 0 16 1-3 0-1 1-2 1 1 0 1 0 1 3 5-7 0-0 2-2 1 1 1 2 0 2 12

Trevor Wiseman 2010-11

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GS MIN 18 13 7 15 15 * 25 * 26 16 15 24 20 27 26 23 11 11 14 13 8 9 23

FG 1-2 0-1 1-1 4-6 0-1 2-2 1-1 1-4 0-2 1-2 0-2 4-6 2-2 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 1-1 1-3

* *

19 28 26 28 33

1-2 2-6 2-4 1-2 3-6

* * * *

23 14 33 32

3-4 1-2 2-3 5-7

3FG FT REB 0-0 0-4 7 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 3-4 5 0-0 4-4 6 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 1-2 3 0-0 1-4 4 0-0 3-3 3 0-0 4-6 3 0-0 1-2 8 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 1-2 7 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 3-3 3 0-0 3-6 3 -Did Not Play0-0 0-0 5 0-0 3-4 7 0-0 4-5 8 0-0 2-2 5 0-0 3-3 5 -Did Not Play0-0 1-1 3 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 5-7 4 0-0 3-4 7

PF AST TO BK STL PT 0 2 0 0 2 2 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 1 2 0 3 8 2 1 2 0 0 3 4 0 1 0 0 8 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 3 1 4 1 1 0 2 5 4 1 3 0 0 4 2 0 1 0 1 9 3 2 2 0 1 4 3 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 0 1 0 1 5 1 3 2 4 3

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Non-Conference Opponents Cal State Northridge Matadors

Bobby Braswell Head Coach

Vinnie McGhee G w 5-10 w Sr.

Nov. 14 • Honolulu • 11:00 p.m.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Northridge, Calif. Conference: Big West Enrollment: 34,500 President: Dr. Jolene Koester Athletics Director: Rick Mazzuto Colors: Red, White and Black Nickname: Matadors Arena (Capacity): The Matadome (1,600) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Bobby Braswell Record at School (yrs.): 230-220 (15) Overall Record (yrs.): 230-220 (15) Office Phone: (818) 677-3231 Assistants: Bob Lowe, Jay Morris, Danny Sprinkle MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Bob Vazquez Office: (818) 677-2313 E-mail: robert.vazquez@csun.edu Fax: (818) 677-2661 Press Row: (818) 677-4702 Website: gomatadors.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 14-18 Conference Record (finish): 9-7 (3rd) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/5 TOP RETURNEES Vinnie McGhee (G, 5-10, Sr.) 6.7 ppg, 1.9 apg Josh Greene (G, 6-0 So.) 6.5 ppg, 1.3 rpg KEY LOSSES Lenny Daniel (16.4 ppg, 9.4 rpg) Rashaun McLemore (14.6 ppg, 3.7 rpg) SERIES HISTORY Record: UH leads 5-1 Last Meeting: Dec. 22, 2000, UH won 76-70

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Gonzaga

Bulldogs

Mark Few Head Coach

Robert Sacre C w7-0 w Sr.

BC Basketball Classic Nov. 19 • Vancouver • 6:00 p.m. PT

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Spokane, Wash. Conference: West Coast Enrollment: 7,837 President: Dr. Thayne McCulloh Athletics Director: Mike Roth Colors: Navy Blue, White & Red Nickname: Bulldogs Arena (Capacity): McCarthy Athletic Center (6,000) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Mark Few Record at School (yrs.): 316-83 (12) Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (509) 313-4218 Assistants: Tommy Lloyd, Ray Giacoletti, Donny Daniels MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Oliver Pierce Office: (509) 313-6373 Cell: (509) 280-8421 E-mail: pierce@athletics.gonzaga.edu Fax: (509) 313-5730 Press Row: (509) 313-4224 Website: gozags.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 25-10 Conference Record (finish): 11-3 (1st) Postseason: NCAA Second Round Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/3 TOP RETURNEES Robert Sacre (C, 7-0, Sr.) 12.5 ppg, 6.3 rpg Elias Harris (F, 6-7, Jr.) 12.4 ppg, 6.0 rpg KEY LOSSES Steven Gray (13.9 ppg, 3.5 rpg) Demetri Goodson (5.2 ppg, 2.6 apg) SERIES HISTORY Record: GU leads 2-1 Last Meeting: Mar. 16, 1998, UH won 78-70

Eastern Washington eagles

Jim Hayford Head Coach

Cliff Colimon G w 6-0 w Sr.

Nov. 22 • Honolulu • 7:00 p.m.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Cheney, Wash. Conference: Big Sky Enrollment: 12,130 President: Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo Athletics Director: Bill Chaves Colors: Red and White Nickname: Eagles Arena (Capacity): Reese Court (6,000) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jim Hayford Record at School (yrs.): 254-84 (12) Overall Record (yrs.): First Year Office Phone: (509) 359-2497 Assistants: Craig Fortier, Craig Ehlo, Shantay Legans MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Dave Cook Office: (509) 359-6334 Cell: (509) 280-2502 E-mail: dcook@ewu.edu Press Row: (509) 359-6331 Fax: (509) 359-2828 Website: goeags.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 10-20 Conference Record (finish): 7-9 (6th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/3 TOP RETURNEES Cliff Colimon (G, 6-0, Sr.) 10.4 ppg, 2.3 rpg Tremayne Johnson (F, 6-7, Sr.) 10.0 ppg, 2.3 rpg Kevin Winford (G, 6-0, Jr.) 9.9 ppg, 1.1 rpg KEY LOSS Dean Glen (13.3 ppg, 2.7 rpg) SERIES HISTORY Record: UH leads 4-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 13, 2008, UH won 75-55

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non-conference opponents Pacific TIgers

Bob Thomason Head Coach

Khalil Kelley C w 6-8 w So.

Pepperdine

UC Davis

waves

Marty Wilson Head Coach

Taylor Darby F w 6-8 w Sr.

Aggies

Jim Les Head Coach

Eddie Miller G w 6-5 w Sr.

Nov. 25 • Honolulu • 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6 * Stockton * 7:00 p.m.

Dec. 3 • Malibu, CA • 7:00 p.m. PT

Dec. 11 • Honolulu • 7:00 p.m.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Stockton, Calif. Conference: Big West Enrollment: 6,235 President: Pamela A. Eibeck Athletics Director: Dr. Ted Leland Colors: Orange and Black Nickname: Tigers Arena (Capacity): Alex G. Spanos Center (6,150)

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Malibu, Calif. Conference: West Coast Enrollment: 3,000 President: Andrew K. Benton Athletics Director: Dr. Steve Potts Colors: Blue, Orange, and White Nickname: Waves Arena (Capacity): Firestone Fieldhouse (3,104)

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Davis, Calif. Conference: Big West Enrollment: 32,290 Chancellor: Dr. Linda Katehi Athletics Director (Interim): Nona Richardson Colors: Yale Blue & Gold Nickname: Aggies Arena (Capacity): The Pavillion (7,100)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Bob Thomason Record at School (yrs.): 403-290 (23) Overall Record (yrs.): 455-317 (26) Office Phone: (209) 946-2341 Assistants: Ron Verlin, Adam Jacobson, Calvin Byrd

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Marty Wilson Record at School (yrs.): First Season Overall Record (yrs.): First Season Office Phone: (310) 506-4161 Assistants: Mark Amaral, Bryant Morre, Damin Lopez

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jim Les Record at School (yrs.): First year Overall Record (yrs.): 154-140 (9) Office Phone: Contact media relations Assistants: Kevin Nosek, Chris Davis, Gus Argenal

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Mike Millerick Office: (209) 946-2866 Cell: (209) 946-2866 E-mail: mmilleri@pacific.edu Fax: (209) 946-2757 Website: pacifictigers.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Roger Horne Office: (310) 506-4455 Cell: (805) 279-4551 E-mail: roger.horne@pepperdine.edu Fax: (310) 506-7459 Press Row: (310) 456-5050 Website: www.pepperdinesports.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Mike Robles Office: (530) 752-3680 Cell: (530) 979-1747 E-mail: merobles@ucdavis.edu Fax: (530) 754-56-74 Press Row: (530) 752-1271 Website: ucdavisaggies.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 12-21 Conference Record (finish): 5-9 (6th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 4-1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/6

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 10-20 Conference Record (finish): 4-12 (9th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/3

TOP RETURNEES Taylor Darby (F, 6-8, Sr.) 7.7 ppg, 5.5 rpg Joshua Lowery (G, 6-3, Jr.) 5.6 ppg, 2.5 rpg Corbin Moore (C, 6-10, Sr.) 4.5 ppg, 3.7 rpg

TOP RETURNEES Eddie Miller (G, 6-5, Sr.) 12.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg Ryan Sypkens (G, 6-4, Jr.) 9.7 ppg, 2.0 rpg

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 16-15 Conference Record (finish): 8-8 (T-4th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 0/5 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 2/8 TOP RETURNES Khalil Kelley (C, 6-8, So.) 1.4 ppg, 1.0 rpg KEY LOSSES Sam Willard (14.8 ppg, 10.6 rpg) Allen Huddleston (11.1 ppg, 2.2 rpg) SERIES HISTORY Record: Tied 3-3 Last Meeting: Nov. 25, 2006, UH won 71-60

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KEY LOSS Mychel Thompson (14.6 ppg, 5.9 rpg)

KEY LOSSES Mark Payne (15.5 ppg, 4.9 rpg) Joe Harden (14.9 pgg, 5.6 rpg)

SERIES HISTORY Record: UH leads 7-5 Last Meeting: Dec. 30, 2008, UH won 78-70

SERIES HISTORY Record: UH leads 1-0 Last Meeting: Feb. 19, 2011, UH won 83-69

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Non-conference opponents UH-HILO

Vulcans

Jeff Law Head Coach

Zach Wilde F w 6-6 w Sr.

Dec. 16 • Kona, Hawai‘i • 6:00 p.m.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Hilo, Hawai‘i Conference: Pacific West Enrollment: 4,051 Chancellor: Dr. Donald Straney Athletics Director: Dexter Irvin Colors: Black and Red Nickname: Vulcans Arena (Capacity): UHH Gym (880) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jeff Law Record at School (yrs.): 194-150 (13) Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (808) 974-7702 Assistants: Tai Ando, Don Caffee MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Kelly Leong Office: (808) 974-7606 Cell: (808) 895-0929 E-mail: kellyl@hawaii.edu Fax: (808) 974-7711 Press Row: (808) 895-0929 Website: hiloathletics.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 16-11 Conference Record (finish): 8-8 (5th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/9 TOP RETURNEES Zach Wilde (F, 6-6, Sr.) 13.3 ppg, 7.6 rpg Dirk Snel (G, 6-2, Sr.) 7.0 ppg, 2.0 rpg KEY LOSSES Justin Smith (18.4 ppg, 7.1 rpg) Andrew Gipson (9.8 ppg, 3.4 rpg) SERIES HISTORY Record: UH leads 4-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 6, 1990, UH won 75-57

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NORTH CAROLINA A&T aggies

Jerry Eaves Head Coach

Nic Simpson G w 6-3 w Sr.

Dec. 18 • Wailuku, Maui * 5:00 p.m.

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE Bulldogs

Tim Carter Head Coach

Khalif Toombs G w 5-9 w Jr.

Dec. 29 • Honolulu • 8:00 p.m.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Greensboro, N.C. Conference: MEAC Enrollment: 11,338 President: Dr. Harold L. Martin Athletics Director: Earl Hilton III Colors: Blue and Gold Nickname: Aggies Arena (Capacity): Corbett Sports Center (5,700)

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Orangeburg, S.C. Conference: MEAC Enrollment: 4,700 President: Dr. George Cooper Athletics Director: Charlene M. Johnson Colors: Garnet and Blue Nickname: Bulldogs Arena (Capacity): Smith-Hammond-Middleton Memorial Center (3,200)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jerry Eaves Record at School (yrs.): 87-160 (9) Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (336) 334-7938 Assistants: Philip Stitt, Scott Bollwage, Walter Booth

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Tim Carter Record at School (yrs.): 58-70 (4) Overall Record (yrs.): 218-222 (15) Office Phone: (803) 536-8586 Assistants: Murray Garvin, Kareem Hodge, Rio Pitt

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Brian Holloway Office: (336) 334-7141 Cell: (336) 328-6719 E-mail: bmhollow@ncat.edu Fax: (336) 334-7272 Press Row: (336) 334-7405 Website: ncataggies.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Kendrick Lewis Office: (803) 536-7060 Cell: (803) 378-3715 E-mail: KLewis19@scsu.edu Fax: (803) 536-8622 Press Row: (803) 536-8653/536-7241 Website: scsuathletics.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 15-17 Conference Record (finish): 9-7 (5th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/3

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 10-22 Conference Record (finish): 5-11 (8th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/5

TOP RETURNEES Nic Simpson (G, 6-3, Sr.) 13.3 ppg, 2.4 rpg Marc Hill (G, 5-8, Sr.) 10.8 ppg, 2.5 rpg

TOP RETURNEES Brandon Riley (G, 6-2 Sr.) 9.4 ppg, 2.5 rpg Omar Sanders (F, 6-8 Sr.) 7.1 ppg, 4.9 rpg Khalif Toombs (G, 5-9, Jr.) 7.0 ppg, 2.0 rpg

KEY LOSSES Tomas Coleman (17.0 ppg, 10.5 rpg) Ray Lester (2.4 ppg, 1.6 rpg) SERIES HISTORY Record: UH leads 1-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 27, 2005, UH won 66-60

KEY LOSSES Rio Pitt (4.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg) Darnell Porter (12.3 ppg, 3.9 rpg) SERIES HISTORY Record: UH leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 18, 1992, UH won 79-54

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Non-Conference & WAC Opponents UNLV

Runnin’ Rebels

Dave Rice Head Coach

Oscar Bellfield G w 6-2 w Sr.

Dec. 31 • Honolulu • 3:00 p.m.

NEW ORLEANS PRIVATEERS

Mark Slessinger Head Coach

Brandon Canady G w 6-1 w Jr.

Feb. 14 • Honolulu • 7:00 p.m.

FRESNO STATE Bulldogs

Rodney Terry Head Coach

Kevin Oleakibe G w 6-1 w So.

Jan. 12 • Fresno • 7:00 p.m. PT Feb. 11 • Honolulu • 7:00 p.m.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Las Vegas, Nev. Conference: Mountain West Enrollment: 28,000 President: Dr. Neal Smatresk Athletics Director: Jim Livengood Colors: Scarlet and Gray Nickname: Runnin’ Rebels Arena (Capacity): Thomas & Mack Center (18,500)

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: New Orleans, La. Conference: Independent Enrollment: 10,900 Acting Chancellor: Dr. Joe King Athletics Director: Amy Champion Colors: Royal Blue, Silver Nickname: Privateers Arena (Capacity): Corchiani Court at Lakefront Arena (8,933)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Dave Rice Record at School (yrs.): First year Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (702) 895-3295 Assistants: Justin Hutson, Stacey Augmon, Heath Schroyer

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Mark Slessinger Record at School (yrs.): First year Overall Record (yrs.): 36-25 (2) Office Phone: (504) 280-7026 Assistants: Kristopher Arkenberg, Kerwin Forges

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Andy Grossman Office: (702) 895-3995 Cell: (702) 630-3949 E-mail: andy.grossman@unlv.edu Fax: (702) 895-0989 Press Row: (702) 895-4600 Website: www.UNLVRebels.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Jason Plotkin Office: (504) 280-6284 Cell: N/A E-mail: jplotkin@uno.edu Fax: (504) 280-7240 Press Row: N/A Website: unoprivateers.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 24-9 Conference Record (finish): 11-5 (3rd) Postseason: NCAA Second Round Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/5

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 16-6 Conference Record (finish): None Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/8

TOP RETURNEES Chace Stanback (F, 6-8, Sr) 13.0 ppg, 5.9 rpg Oscar Bellfield (G, 6-2, Sr.) 11.2 ppg, 3.7 apg

TOP RETURNEES Antonio Wertz (F, 6-7 Sr.) 11.6 ppg, 6.3 rpg Brandon Knight (G, 6-0 Sr.) 5.2 ppg, 2.9 rpg)

KEY LOSSES Tre’Von Willis (13.2 ppg, 3.6 apg) Derrick Jasper (5.1 ppg, 4.2 rpg)

KEY LOSSES Zach Kinsley (16.6 ppg, 4.1 rpg) Ryan Kinsley (9.8 ppg, 3.2 rpg)

KEY LOSSES Greg Smith (11.7 ppg, 8.1 rpg) Tim Steed (10.7 ppg, 4.4 rpg) Nedeljko Golubovic (6.9 ppg, 3.9 rpg)

SERIES HISTORY Record: UNLV leads 21-9 Last Meeting: Dec. 23, 2009, UNLV won 77-53

SERIES HISTORY Record: UH leads 3-1 Last Meeting: Dec. 21, 2003, UH won 92-64

SERIES HISTORY Record: FS leads 26-17 Last Meeting: Mar. 5, 2011, FS won 85-70

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SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Fresno, Calif. Conference: Western Athletic Enrollment: 21,000 President: Dr. John D. Welty Athletics Director: Thomas Boeh Colors: Red and Blue Nickname: Bulldogs Arena (Capacity): Save Mart Center (15,596) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Rodney Terry Record at School (yrs.): First year Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (559) 278-2749 Assistants: Jerry Wainwright, Byron Jones, Michael Schwartz MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Stephen Trembley Office: (559) 278-2509 Cell: (559) 270-4291 E-mail: strembley@csufresno.edu Fax: (559) 278-4689 Press Row: (559) 347-3699 Website: gobulldogs.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record:14-17 Conference Record (finish): 6-10 (7th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/6 TOP RETURNEES Kevin Oleakibe (G, 6-1, So.) 12.0 ppg, 1.9 rpg Garrett Johnson (G, 6-4, Jr.) 8.1 ppg, 2.2 rpg

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WAC Opponents IDAHO

Vandals

Don Verlin Head Coach

Kyle Barone C w 6-10 w Jr.

Jan. 28 • Moscow • 7:00 p.m. PT Mar. 1 • Honolulu • 7:00 p.m.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Moscow, Idaho Conference: Western Athletic Enrollment: 12,302 President: Dr. Duane Nellis Athletics Director: Dr. Rob Spear Colors: Silver and Vandal Gold Nickname: Vandals Arena (Capacity): Cowan Spectrum (7,000) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Don Verlin Record at School (yrs.): 50-46 (3) Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (208) 885-0201 Assistants: Ray Lopes, Tim Murphy, Mike Freeman MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Spencer Farrin Office: (208) 885-7065 Cell: (208) 310-9610 E-mail: spencerf@uidaho.edu Fax: (208) 885-0255 Press Row: (208) 885-0211 Website: govandals.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 18-14 Conference Record (finish): 9-7 (4th) Postseason: CIT Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/5 TOP RETURNEES Deremy Geiger (G, 5-11, Sr.) 8.7 ppg, 2.7 rpg Kyle Barone (C, 6-10, Jr.) 10.5 ppg, 5.8 rpg KEY LOSSES Jeff Ledbetter, 12.8 ppg, 2.9 rpg Brandon Wiley, 7.9 ppg, 4.8 rpg SERIES HISTORY Record: Idaho leads 13-5 Last Meeting: Feb. 5, 2011, UI won 75-61

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LOUISIANA TECH Bulldogs

Michael White Head Coach

Brandon Gibson G w 6-5 w Jr.

Jan. 19 • Honolulu • 7:00 p.m. Feb. 25 • Ruston • 3:00 p.m. CT

NEVADA

Wolf Pack

David Carter Head Coach

Dario Hunt F w 6-8 w Sr.

Jan. 14 • Reno • 7:00 p.m. PT Feb. 9 • Honolulu • 7:00 p.m.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Ruston, La. Conference: Western Athletic Enrollment: 11,500 President: Dr. Daniel Reneau Athletics Director: Bruce Van De Velde Colors: Blue and Red Nickname: Bulldogs Arena (Capacity): Thomas Assembly Center (8,000)

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Reno, Nev. Conference: Western Athletic Enrollment: 17,000 President: Marc Johnson Athletics Director: Cary Groth Colors: Blue and Silver Nickname: Wolf Pack Arena (Capacity): Lawlor Events Center (11,536)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Michael White Record at School (yrs.): First year Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (318) 257-2950 Assistants: Isaac Brown, Dusty May, Derrick Jones

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: David Carter Record at School (yrs.): 34-32 (2) Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (775) 682-6949 Assistants: Doug Novesk, Keith Brown, Zac Claus

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Phillip Pongratz Office: (318) 257-5071 Cell: (931) 446-4001 E-mail: pongratz@latech.edu Fax: (318) 257-3757 Press Row: (318) 257-3144 Website: latechsports.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Jack Kuestermeyer Office: (775) 682-6984 Cell: (775) 240-6251 E-mail: jkuester@unr.edu Fax: (775) 784-4386 Press Row: (775) 784-4404 Website: nevadawolfpack.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 12-20 Conference Record (finish): 2-14 (9th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/5

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 13-19 Conference Record (finish): 8-8 (5th) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/4

TOP RETURNEES Brandon Gibson (G, 6-5, Jr.) 9.2 ppg, 5.1 rpg Kenyon McNeaill (G, 6-1, So.) 8.7 ppg, 2.8 rpg Romario Souza (C, 6-10, Sr.) 3.7 ppg, 2.7 rpg

TOP RETURNEES Malik Story (G, 6-5, Jr.) 14.5 ppg, 3.0 rpg Deonte Burton (G, 6-1, So.) 13.7 ppg, 2.3 rpg Dario Hunt (F, 6-8, Sr.) 12.4 ppg, 9.7 rpg

KEY LOSSES Olu Ashaolu (14.2 ppg, 9.4 rpg) DeAndre Brown (15.8 ppg, 3.0 rpg)

KEY LOSSES Derrell Conner (4.5 ppg, 1.1 rpg) Illiwa Baldwin (3.3 ppg, 2.3 rpg)

SERIES HISTORY Record: LTU leads 12-9 Last Meeting: Feb. 24, 2011, UH won 71-58

SERIES HISTORY Record: UN leads 18-11 Last Meeting: Feb. 14, 2011, UH won 69-67 (OT)

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wac opponents NEW MEXICO STATE Aggies

Marvin Menzies Head Coach

Wendell McKines F w 6-6 w Sr.

SAN JOSE STATE Spartans

George Nessman Head Coach

Keith Shamburger G w 5-11 w So.

Jan. 21 • HOnolulu • 7:00 p.m. Feb. 26 • Las Cruces • 7:00 p.m. MT

Jan. 7 • Honolulu • 7:00 p.m. Feb. 4 • San Jose • 7:00 p.m. PT

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Conference: Western Athletic Enrollment: 16,428 President: Dr. Barbara Couture Athletics Director: Dr. McKinley Boston Colors: Crimson and White Nickname: Aggies Arena (Capacity): Pan American Center (8,994)

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: San Jose, Calif. Conference: Western Athletic Enrollment: 26,796 Interim President: Dr. Mohammad Qayoumi Athletics Director: Thomas Bowen Colors: Gold, White and Blue Nickname: Spartans Arena (Capacity): The Event Center (5,000)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Marvin Menzies Record at School (yrs.): 76-58 (4) Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (575) 646-1447 Assistants: Paul Weir, Tony Delk, Keith Brown

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: George Nessman Record at School (yrs.): 68-119 (6) Overall Record (yrs.): Same Office Phone: (408) 924-1245 Assistants: Brent Davis, Talvin Hester, Donald Williams

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Tiffany Franklin Office: (575) 646-3929 Cell: (575) 642-2168 E-mail: tfrank@nmsu.edu Fax: (575) 646-2099 Press Row: (575) 646-3400 Website: nmstatesports.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 16-17 Conference Record (finish): 9-7 (T-2nd) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/2 TOP RETURNEES Wendell McKines (F, 6-6, Sr.) 10.7 ppg, 9.8 rpg* Hernst Laroche (G, 6-1, Sr.) 11.5 ppg, 3.2 rpg Tyrone Watson (F, 6-5, Jr.) 7.6 ppg, 4.9 rpg

*2009-10 stats

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Lawrence Fan Office: (408) 924-1217 Cell (408) 768-3424 E-mail: lawrence.fan@sjsu.edu Fax: (408) 924-1291 Press Row: (408) 924-6466 Website: sjsuspartans.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 17-16 Conference Record (finish): 5-11 (8th) Postseason: CBI First Round Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/3 TOP RETURNEES Keith Shamburger (G, 5-11, So.) 12.4 ppg, 3.8 rpg Wil Carter (F, 6-8, Sr.) 9.8 ppg, 8.0 rpg

UTAH STATE Aggies

Stew Morrill Head Coach

Brockeith Pane G w 6-1 w Sr.

Jan. 26 • Logan • 7:00 p.m MT Mar. 3 • Honolulu • 7:00 p.m.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Logan, Utah Conference: Western Athletic Enrollment: 25,767 President: Dr. Stan Albrecht Athletics Director: Scott Barnes Colors: Navy Blue and White Nickname: Aggies Arena (Capacity): Dee Glen Smith Spectrum (10,270) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Stew Morrill Record at School (yrs.): 324-103 (13) Overall Record (yrs.): 542-241 (25) Office Phone: (435) 797-2060 Assistants: Tim Duryea, Chris Jones, Tarvish Felton MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Doug Hoffman Office: (435) 797-3714 Cell: (435) 881-8011 E-mail: doug.hoffman@usu.edu Fax: (435) 797-2615 Press Row: (435) 797-1686 Website: UtahStateAggies.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 30-4 Conference Record (finish): 15-1 (1st) Postseason: NCAA Second Round Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/8 TOP RETURNEE Brockeith Pane (G, 6-1, Sr.) 11.8 ppg, 3.1 rpg

KEY LOSS Troy Gillenwater (18.9 ppg, 6.3 rpg)

KEY LOSSES Adrian Oliver (24.0 ppg, 5.3 rpg) Justin Graham (14.2 ppg, 5.3 rpg)

KEY LOSSES Tai Wesley (14.8 ppg, 8.0 rpg) Pooh Williams (8.6 ppg, 1.6 rpg)

SERIES HISTORY Record: NMSU leads 12-3 Last Meeting: Feb. 26, 2011, UH won 76-70

SERIES HISTORY Record: UH leads 25-12 Last Meeting: Mar. 9, 2011, SJSU won 75-74

SERIES HISTORY Record: USU leads 12-4 Last Meeting: Jan. 29, 2011, USU won 89-84

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hawaiian Airlines diamond head classic field AUBURN TIGERS

Tony Barbee Head Coach

Kenny Gabriel F w 6-8 w Sr.

Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic Dec. 22 • Honolulu • 8:30 p.m. SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: Auburn, Ala. Conference: Southeastern Enrollment: 25,078 President: Dr. Jay Gogue Athletics Director: Jay Jacobs Colors: Burnt Orange and Navy Blue Nickname: Tigers Arena (Capacity): Auburn Arena (9,121) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Tony Barbee Record at School (yrs.): 11-20 (1) Overall Record (yrs.): 93-72 (5) Office Phone: (334) 844-9760 Assistants: Randall Dickey, Tony Madlock, Milt Wagner MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Chuck Gallina Office: (334) 844-9800 Cell: (334) 502-0929 E-mail: chuckg@auburn.edu Fax: (334) 844-9807 Press Row: (334) 844-1933/1935 Website: auburntigers.com TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Record: 11-20 Conference Record (finish): 4-12 (5th/West) Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 5/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/3 TOP RETURNEES Kenny Gabriel (F, 6-8, Sr.) 10.3 ppg, 5.8 rpg Rob Chubb (F, 6-10, Jr.) 7.6 ppg, 3.8 rpg KEY LOSS Earnest Ross (2.8 ppg, 3.0 rpg) SERIES HISTORY Record: UA leads 1-0 Last Meeting: Nov. 29, 1998, UA won 84-57

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CLEMSON Tigers

Southern Illinois Salukis

KANSAS STATE Wildcats

UTEP Miners

LONG BEACH STATe 49ers

XAVIER musketeers

Location: Clemson, S.C. Enrollment: 19,453 President: James F. Barker Athletics Director: Dr. Terry Don Phillips Conference: Atlantic Coast Colors: Orange and Regalia Nickname: Tigers Head Coach: Brad Brownell Record at School (yrs.): 22-12 (1) Overall Record (yrs.): 189-97 (9) 2010-11 Record: 22-12 Conference Record (finish): 9-7 (4th) Postseason: NCAA Second Round Basketball SID: Philip Sikes Office: (864) 656-2114 Cell: (864) 525-4889 E-mail: philips@clemson.edu Series History: CU leads, 1-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 30, 1980, CU won 75-71 (OT)

Location: Manhattan, Kan. Enrollment: 23,556 President: Dr. Kirk. H. Schulz Athletics Director: John Currie Conference: Big 12 Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Wildcats Head Coach: Frank Martin Record at School (yrs.): 95-43 (3) Overall Record (yrs.): Same 2010-11 Record: 23-11 Conference Record (finish): 10-6 (t-3rd) Postseason: NCAA Sweet 16 Basketball SID: Tom Gilbert Office: (785) 532-7979 Cell: (785) 587-7868 Fax: (785) 532-6093 E-mail: tgilbert@kstatesports.com Series History: KS leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 18, 1993, KS won 65-61

Location: Long Beach, Calif. Enrollment: 33,395 President: Dr. F. King Alexander Athletics Director: Vig Cegles Conference: Big West Colors: Black and Gold Nickname: 49ers Head Coach: Dan Monson Record at School (yrs.): 60-68 (4) Overall Record (yrs.): 230-191 (14) 2010-11 Record: 22-12 Conference Record (finish): 14-2 (1st) Postseason: NIT First Round Basketball SID: Todd Miles Office: (562) 985-7797 Fax: (562) 985-1549 Cell: (562) 400-3929 E-mail: tmiles@csulb.com Series History: LBSU leads 6-5 Last Meeting: Dec. 13, 1997, UH won 102-83

Location: Carbondale, Ill. Enrollment: 20,350 Chancellor: Dr. Rita Cheng Athletics Director: Mario Moccia Conference: Missouri Valley Colors: Maroon and White Nickname: Salukis Head Coach: Chris Lowery Record at School (yrs.): 137-93 (7) Overall Record (yrs.): Same 2010-11 Record: 13-19 Conference Record (finish): 5-13 (9th) Postseason: None Basketball SID: Tom Weber Office: (618) 453-7236 Cell: (618) 528-1111 E-mail: tomweber@siu.edu Series History: UH leads 3-1 Last Meeting: Nov. 29, 2004, UH won 66-64

Location: El Paso, Texas Enrollment: 22,000 President: Dr. Diana Natalicio Athletics Director: Bob Stull Conference: Conference USA Colors: Dark Blue, Orange, Silver Accent Nickname: Miners Head Coach: Tim Floyd Record at School (yrs.): 25-10 (1) Overall Record (yrs.): 353-190 (17) 2010-11 Record: 25-10 Conference Record (finish): 11-5 (t-2nd) Postseason: NIT First Round Basketball SID: Jeff Darby Office Phone:(915) 747-6652 Fax: (915) 747- 5154 Cell: (915) 204-0642 E-mail: jdarby@utep.edu Series History: UTEP leads 35-17 Last Meeting: Mar. 10, 2005, UTEP won 80-62

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment: 7,000 President: Michael J. Graham, S.J Athletics Director: Mike Bobinski Conference: Atlantic 10 Colors: Navy Blue, Gray, White Nickname: Musketeers Head Coach: Chris Mack Record at School (yrs.): 50-17 Overall Record (yrs.): Same 2010-11 Record: 24-8 Conference Record (finish): 15-1 (1st) Postseason: NCAA Second Round Basketball SID: Tom Eiser Office: (513) 745-3124 Fax: (513) 745-2825 Cell: (513) 382-5565 E-mail: eiser@xavier.edu Series History: XU leads 1-0 Last Meeting: Mar. 15, 2002, Xavier won 70-58

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Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic Record BOok Individual Records Most Points Scored Game: 36 Dwain Williams, Hawai‘i vs. St. Mary’s, 2009 Tournament: 79 Klay Thompson, Washington State, 2010 Most Field Goals Made Game: 12 Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston (29 att.) vs. Hawai‘i, 2009 Tournament: 25 Klay Thompson, Washington State (46 attempts) 2010 Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 29 Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston (12 made) vs. Hawai‘i, 2009 Tournament: 56 Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston (24 made), 2009 Highest Field-Goal Percentage Game (min. 7 made): .778 Quincy Acy, Baylor (7-9) vs. San Diego, 2010 Tournament (min. 30 att.): .581 Jeremy Simmons, College of Charleston (18-31), 2009 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made Game: 6 Chris Singleton, Florida State (12 att.) vs. Butler, 2010 Tournament: 13 Klay Thompson, Washington State (25 att.), 2010 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: 15 LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor (3 made) vs. Washington State, 2010 Tournament: 25 LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor (7 made), 2010 Highest 3-Point Field-Goal Percentage Game (min. 3 made): .833 Klay Thompson, Washington State (5-6) vs. Baylor, 2010 Tournament (min 15 att.): .478 Tony White Jr., College of Charleston (11-23), 2009 Most Free Throws Made Game: 16 Dwain Williams, Hawai‘i (18 att.) vs. Saint Mary’s, 2009 Tournament: 24 Dwain Williams, Hawai‘i (27 att.), 2009 Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 18 Dwain Williams, Hawai‘i (16 made) vs. Saint Mary’s, 2009 Tournament: 30 LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor (24 made), 2010 Highest Free-Throw Percentage Game (min. 8 made): 1.000 LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor (1212) vs. Washington State, 2010 Tournament (min. 20 att.): .909 Matt Janning, Northeastern (10-11), 2009 Most Rebounds Game: 13 Petras Balocka, Hawai‘i vs. College of Charleston, 2009 Tournament: 31 Chris Singleton, Florida State, 2010 Most Assists Game: 9 Mickey McConnell, Saint Mary’s vs. Northeastern, 2009 Tournament: 17 Mickey McConnell, Saint Mary’s, 2009

Most Personal Fouls Game: 5 by many Tournament: 13 Nikola Vucevic, USC, 2009 Most Minutes Played Game: 40 Matthew Dellavedova, Saint Mary’s vs. Hawai‘i, 2009; Mike Gerrity, USC vs. UNLV, 2009 Tournament: 117 Matthew Dellavedova, Saint Mary’s, 2009

Team Records Most Points Scored First Half: 44 Western Michigan vs. Northeastern, 2009; UNLV vs. Hawai‘i, 2009 Second Half: 47 Saint Mary’s vs. Hawai‘i, 2009 Game: 84 Hawai‘i vs. College of Charleston, 2009; Saint Mary’s vs. Hawai‘i, 2009, Butler vs. Washington State, 2010 Tournament: 228 Washington State, 2010 Fewest Points Scored First Half: 18 USC vs. Western Michigan, 2009 Second Half: 24 Western Michigan vs. USC, 2009 Game: 49 Saint Mary’s vs. USC, 2009 Tournament: 169 San Diego, 2010 Most Field Goals Made Game: 35 Baylor vs. San Diego, 2010 Tournament: 83 Washington State, 2010 Fewest Field Goals Made Game: 15 Hawai‘i (44 att.) vs. UNLV, 2009 Tournament: 58 San Diego (161 att.), 2010 Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 75 College of Charleston (28 made) vs. Hawai‘i, 2009 Tournament: 186 College of Charleston (79 made), 2009 Fewest Field Goals Attempted Game: 44 Hawai‘i (15 made) vs. UNLV, 2009 Tournament: 142 Hawai‘i (68 made), 2009

Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 37 USC (22 made) vs. UNLV, 2009, 37 Hawai‘i (27 made) vs Utah, 2010 Tournament: 87 Hawai‘i (61 made), 2009 Fewest Free Throws Attempted Game: 6 UNLV (4 made) vs. SMU, 2009 Tournament: 34 College of Charleston (25 made), 2009 Highest Free-Throw Percentage Game: .935 Saint Mary’s (29-31) vs. Hawai‘i, 2009 Tournament: .836 Saint Mary’s (56-67), 2009 Lowest Free-Throw Percentage Game: .591 Northeastern vs. Western Michigan (13-22), 2009 Tournament: .607 San Diego, 2010 Most Rebounds Game: 48 Florida State vs Hawai‘i, 2010 Tournament: 129 Florida State, 2010 Fewest Rebounds Game: 23 College of Charleston vs. SMU, 2009; SMU vs. Northeastern, 2009 Tournament: 73 College of Charleston, 2009 Most Personal Fouls Game: 30 Utah vs Butler, 2010 Tournament: 69 UNLV, 2009 Fewest Personal Fouls Game: 14 Saint Mary’s vs. Northeastern, 2009; UNLV vs. SMU, 2009; College of Charleston vs. Western Michigan, 2009 Tournament: 47 SMU, 2009 Most Assists Game: 20 Saint Mary’s vs. Northeastern, 2009 Tournament: 38 Northeastern, 2009; Saint Mary’s, 2009

Highest Field-Goal Percentage Game: .604 Hawai‘i (29-48) vs. College of Charleston, 2009 Tournament: .488 Washington State, 2010

Fewest Assists Game: 6 SMU vs. UNLV, 2009; Hawai‘i vs. UNLV, 2009; SMU vs Northeastern, 2009 Tournament: 21 USC, 2009

Lowest Field-Goal Percentage Game: .222 Hawai‘i vs. Tennessee (12-54), 1965 Tournament: .333 Mississippi State, 2010

Most Turnovers Game: 23 Hawai‘i vs Florida State, 2010 Tournament: 56 Hawai‘i, 2009

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made Game: 12 Washington State vs. Mississippi State, 2010 Tournament: 26 Western Michigan (55 att.), 2009

Fewest Turnovers Game: 6 College of Charleston vs. Hawai‘i, 2009 Tournament: 27 College of Charleston, 2009

Fewest 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Game: 0 Northeastern (8 att.) vs. Saint Mary’s, 2009 Tournament: 7 USC (21 att.), 2009

Most Blocked Shots Game: 7 Florida State vs Hawai‘i, 2010 Tournament: 17 Utah, 2010

Most 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Game: 30 San Diego vs Mississippi State, 2010 Tournament: 76 Mississippi State, 2010

Most Steals Game: 14 Florida State vs Hawai‘i, 2010 Tournament: 25 Florida State, 2010

Fewest 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Game: 3 USC (2 made) vs. Saint Mary’s, 2009 Tournament: 21 USC (7 made), 2009

Fewest Steals Game: 1 College of Charleston vs. SMU, 2009 Tournament: 9 Utah, 2010

Most Turnovers Game: 7 Petras Balocka, Hawai‘i vs. College of Charleston, 2009; Derek Williams, SMU vs. UNLV, 2009 Tournament: 7 Petras Balocka, Hawai‘i, 2009

Highest 3-Pt. Field-goal Percentage Game (min. 10 att.): .500 Washington State vs Mississippi State (12-24), 2010 Tournament (min. 20 att.): .473 Western Michigan (26-55), 2009

Largest Margin of Victory Game: 33 Baylor vs. San Diego (83-50), 2010

Most Blocked Shots Game: 7 David Foster, Utah vs. Butler, 2010 Tournament: 12 David Foster, Utah, 2010

Most Free Throws Made Game: 29 Saint Mary’s (31 att.) vs. Hawai‘i, 2009 Tournament: 61 Hawai‘i (87 att.), 2009

Attendance Game: 8,544 Hawai‘i vs. Florida State, 2010 Tournament: 42,842 (6 sessions), 2010

Most Steals Game: 5 Derwin Kitchen, Florida State vs. Hawai’i, 2010 Tournament: 8 Derwin Kitchen, Florida State, 2010

Fewest Free Throws Made Game: 4 UNLV (6 att.) vs. SMU, 2009 Tournament: 32 Western Michigan (44 att.), 2009; Northeastern (48 att.), 2009

Overtime Games None

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Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic Record Book Individual, Championship Game Most Points Scored 31 Klay Thompson, Washington State vs. Butler, 2010 Most Field Goals Made 10 Klay Thompson, Washington State vs. Butler, 2010 Most Field Goals Attempted 18 Klay Thompson, Washington State vs. Butler, 2010 Highest Field-Goal Percentage (min. 8 made) .615 Shelvin Mack (8-13), Butler vs. Washington State, 2010 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 4 Klay Thompson (4-10), Washington State vs. Butler, 2010

Lowest Field-Goal Percentage .340 UNLV (17-50) vs. USC, 2009

ALL-RESULTS

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 11 Butler vs. Washington State, 2010

2009 Dec. 22 First Round: Saint Mary’s def. Northeastern, 76-65 First Round: USC def. Western Michigan, 55-51 First Round: UNLV, def. SMU 67-53 First Round: Hawai‘i def. College of Charleston, 84-71

Fewest 3-Pt. Field Goals Made 3 USC vs. UNLV, 2009 Most 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 27 Butler vs. Washington State, 2010 Fewest 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 5 USC vs. UNLV, 2009 Highest 3-Pt. Field-goal Percentage .600 USC (3-5) vs. UNLV, 2009

Most 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 10 Klay Thompson (4 made), Washington State vs. Butler, 2010

Most Free Throws Made 22 USC vs. UNLV, 2009

Highest 3-Pt. Field-goal Percentage 1.000 Mike Gerrity (2-2), USC vs. UNLV, 2009

Fewest Free Throws Made 13 Washington State (18 att.) vs. Butler, 2010

Most Free Throws Made 7 Klay Thompson, Washington State vs. Butler, 2010

Most Free Throws Attempted 37 USC vs. UNLV, 2009

Most Free Throws Attempted 8 Dwight Lewis, USC vs. UNLV, 2009

Fewest Free Throws Attempted 18 Washington State (13 made) vs. Butler, 2010

Highest Free-Throw Percentage (min. 6 made) 1.000 Klay Thompson (7-7), Washington State vs. Butler, 2010

Highest Free-Throw Percentage .895 UNLV (17-19) vs. USC, 2009

Most Rebounds 11 Matt Howard, Butler vs. Washington State, 2010 Most Assists 4 Tre’Von Willis, UNLV vs. USC, 2009 4 Zach Hahn, Butler vs. Washington State, 2010

Lowest Free-Throw Percentage .595 USC (22-37) vs. UNLV, 2009 Most Rebounds 37 Butler vs. Washington State, 2010 Fewest Rebounds 30 USC vs. UNLV, 2009

Most Turnovers 4 Tre’Von Willis, UNLV vs. USC, 2009 4 Matt Howard, Butler vs. Washington State, 2010

Most Personal Fouls 28 UNLV vs. USC, 2009

Most Blocked Shots 2 Matt Shaw, UNLV vs. USC, 2009

Fewest Personal Fouls 17 USC vs. UNLV, 2009

Most Steals 2 Marcus Johnson, USC vs. UNLV, 2009 2 Klay Thompson, Washington State vs. Butler, 2010

Most Assists 16 Butler vs. Washington State, 2010

Team, Championship Game Most Points Scored Game: 84 Butler vs. Washington State, 2010 First Half: 40 Butler vs. Washington State, 2010 Second Half: 44 Butler vs. Washington State, 2010 Fewest Points Scored Game: 56 UNLV vs. USC, 2009 First Half: 25 UNLV vs. USC, 2009 Second Half: 28 USC vs. UNLV, 2009

Fewest Assists 7 USC vs. UNLV, 2009 Most Turnovers 15 UNLV vs. USC, 2009

Dec. 23 Consolation: Western Michigan def. Northeastern, 75-60 Consolation: College of Charleston def. SMU, 72-71 Semifinal: USC def. Saint Mary’s, 60-49 Semifinal: UNLV def. Hawai‘i, 77-53 Dec. 25 7th Place: Northeastern def. SMU, 73-62 5th Place: Western Michigan def. College of Charleston, 66-63 3rd Place: Saint Mary’s def. Hawai‘i, 84-75 Championship: USC def. UNLV, 67-56 All-Tournament Team Marcus Johnson (USC), Omar Samhan (Saint Mary’s), Dwain Williams (Hawai‘i), Tre’Von Willis (UNLV), MVP: Mike Gerrity (USC) 2010 Dec. 22 First Round: Washington St. def. Mississippi St., 83-57 First Round: Baylor def. San Diego, 83-50 First Round: Butler def. Utah, 74-62 First Round: Florida State def. Hawai‘i, 70-62 Dec. 23 Consolation: Mississippi State def. San Diego, 69-52 Consolation: Hawai‘i def. Utah, 68-55 Semifinal: Washington State def. Baylor, 77-71 Semifinal: Butler def. Florida State, 67-64 Dec. 25 7th Place: San Diego def. Utah, 67-64 5th Place: Hawai‘i def. Mississippi State, 68-57 3rd Place: Florida State def. Baylor, 68-61 Championship: Butler def. Washington State, 84-68 All-Tournament Team LaceDarius Dunn (Baylor), Shelvin Mack (Butler), Chris Singleton (Florida State), Klay Thompson (Washington State) MVP: Matt Howard, Butler

Fewest Turnovers 8 USC vs. UNLV, 2009 Most Blocked Shots 3 UNLV vs. USC, 2009 Most Steals 4 USC vs. UNLV, 2009

Most Field Goals Made 28 Butler vs. Washington State, 2010

Fewest Steals 2 UNLV vs. USC, 2009

Fewest Field Goals Made 17 UNLV vs. USC, 2009

Largest Margin of Victory 16, Butler vs. Washington State (84-68), 2010

Most Field Goals Attempted 59 Washington State vs. Butler, 2010

Attendance Game: 6,367 Butler vs. Washington State (84-68), 2010

2010 MVP Matt Howard

Fewest Field Goals Attempted 47 USC vs. UNLV, 2009 Highest Field-Goal Percentage .500 Butler vs. Washington State, 2010

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wesTern aTHLeTiC ConFerenCe Now in its 50th year of existence, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best intercollegiate competition. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the schools in the WAC to advance their prokarL Benson grams to contend at the top Commissioner levels of the NCAA. The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets. In addition, the WAC’s student-athletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. The WAC has experienced tremendous success over the past decade. The WAC has sent a total of 35 teams to bowl games since 2001, including more than half of its teams in 2008 with a recordtying five teams. The conference has sent teams to BCS bowl games in three of the last five seasons including Hawai‘i’s appearance in the 2008 Sugar Bowl. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 28 seasons. Every current school in the WAC has competed in the NCAA Tournament since 1990. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003 including Fresno State’s College World Series victory in 2008. In women’s sports, Fresno State softball has competed in every NCAA Tournament ever held while Louisiana Tech basketball has played in all but three. In 2009, Hawai‘i made its fourth trip since 2000 to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four, and in 2010, the Rainbow Wahine earned a trip to the Softball College World Series. Current WAC alums have made their presence felt as well. David Carr (Fresno State) was the first player selected in the 2002 NFL Draft. Cheryl Ford (Louisiana Tech) was named the WNBA Rookie of the Year and helped the Detroit Shock win the league’s championship in 2003. In 2004, the United States’ softball team won the Olympic gold medal with former Fresno State players Laura Berg and Lovie Jung. Jeff Weaver (Fresno State) earned the win in the St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series clinching victory in 2006. Quarterback Colt Brennan (Hawai‘i) finished third in the 2007 Heisman Trophy voting, and in 2008, Natasha Kai (Hawai‘i) helped the United States to a gold medal in soccer at the Olympics in Beijing. In 2001, the WAC partnered with ESPN for coverage of football and basketball giving the conference national exposure from one of the most respected broadcast entities in the country. The WAC also officially added WAC.tv in 2006 to give fans streaming internet access to many of its postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, gymnastics, softball and baseball. The WAC is the sixth oldest among the nation’s 11 Division I-A conferences. Its history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original sixteam league of Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming began competition. The first championship was held in November 1962, when Arizona won the men’s cross country title and New Mexico followed with the first WAC football title. Arizona finished second in the NCAA 44

College World Series and, less than three years later, Arizona State claimed the league’s first NCAA title when the Sun Devils won the College World Series trophy. Fresno State was the last WAC school to earn an NCAA team title when it won the College World Series in 2008. Since 1962, several changes have occurred. UTEP and Colorado State became members in September 1967, while Arizona and Arizona State withdrew on June 30, 1978. The WAC then added San Diego State (1978), Hawai‘i (1979) and Air Force (1980). Before 1990, the WAC sponsored championships only in men’s sports. However, a merger with the High Country Athletic Conference formed a single conference under one administrative structure, and the 1990-91 athletic year was the first in which both men and women competed under the WAC name. Fresno State was added in 1992, and then in 1996, the women’s programs from Air Force and Hawai‘i along with six new schools (UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa) came into the WAC. Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming withdrew on June 30, 1999. Nevada (2000), Boise State (2001) and Louisiana Tech (2001) were added while TCU withdrew following the 2000-01 season. The current membership was established on July 1, 2005, when Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. For the 2012-13 season, the WAC will add Denver, UTSA, Texas State and Seattle to replace withdrawing members Boise State (2011), Fresno State (2012), Hawai‘i (2012) and Nevada (2012). The WAC has had just five commissioners in its history. Paul Brechler was named the first leader of the conference and held the position from 1962-1968. He was followed by Wiles Hallock (1968-71), Stan Bates (1971-80), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94) and Karl Benson (1994-present). Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – eight men’s and 11 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball. The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conference’s inception with the exception of a two-year stay in Phoenix from 1964-66.

waC FaCTs Founded: 1962 Address: 9250 E. Costilla Ave., Suite 300; Englewood, CO 80112-3662 Affiliations (Year Joined WAC): Boise State (2001), Fresno State (1992), Hawai‘i (1979), Idaho (2005), Louisiana Tech (2001), Nevada (2000), New Mexico State (2005), San Jose State (1996), Utah State (2005) Men’s Sports Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor Track & Field, Outdoor Track & Field, Tennis Women’s Sports Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Indoor Track & Field, Outdoor Track & Field, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Volleyball Phone: (303) 799-9221 Website: wacsports.com Commissioner: Karl Benson Assoc. Commissioner (Media Relations): Dave Chaffin Director of Media Relations: Jason Erickson

UH HisTorY in THe waC waC CHaMpionsHips Football 1992, 1999, 2007, 2010 Men’s Basketball Tournament: 1993-94, 2000-01, 2001-02 Regular Season: 1996-97, 2001-02 Women’s Basketball Regular Season: 1997-98 Baseball Playoff Winner: 1980, 1982, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1992 Tournament: 2010 Southern Division: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984 Western Division: 1987 Regular Season: 1991, 1992, 2010 Women’s Volleyball Tournament: 1998, 2001, 2002,

2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Regular Season: 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Soccer Tournament: 2007 Regular Season: 2003, 2005, 2007 Softball Regular Season: 2003, 2007, 2010 Tournament: 2010 Women’s Swimming and Diving Tournament: 2006 Men’s Tennis Tournament: 2008, 2009, 2010 Regular Season: 2010

waC CHaMpionsHips HosTeD Women’s Volleyball 2008

Track and Field 2006, 2010

Women’s Soccer 2004

Baseball 1980, 1982, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2009

Women’s Softball 2008 Men’s and Women’s Tennis 1984, 2005, 2009 Cross Country 1992, 2001

Men’s Golf 1986, 2002 Women’s Golf 2003, 2010 (in Arizona)

CoMMissioner’s CUp

Awarded to the school that performs the best in all WAC-sponsored sports Season 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07

Finish (Teams) 8th (9) 6th (9) 7th (9) 3rd (9) 4th (9)

Season 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03

Finish (Teams) t5th (9) 7th (10) 8th (10) 7th (10)

Joe kearneY awarD

Awarded to the top male and female athlete in the WAC 2009-10 Amber Kaufman, Volleyball/Track

2005-06 Kanoe Kamana‘o, Volleyball

2007-08 Emma Friesen, Diving

2003-04 Kim Willoughby, Volleyball

2006-07 Colt Brennan, Football Kanoe Kamana‘o, Volleyball

2002-03 Kim Willoughby, Volleyball/ Basketball

sTan BaTes awarD

Awarded to the top male and female student-athlete in the WAC 2008-09 Annett Wichmann, Track & Field

1996-97 Angelica Ljungquist, Volleyball

2006-07 Lauri Hakala, Men’s Volleyball

1992-93 Jason Elam, Football

2004-05 Tracie Uchima, Softball

1980-81 Blane Gaison, Football

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WAC Composite Schedule

November 11 (Friday) Illinois State at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. Missouri State at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. Brigham Young at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. November 12 (Saturday) Idaho at Long Beach State, 4:05 p.m. New Mexico State at Northern Colorado, TBA San Jose State at Cal Poly, 2:00 p.m. November 13 (Sunday) Mississippi College at Louisiana Tech, 7:00 p.m. November 14 (Monday) Cal State Northridge at Hawai‘i, 11:00 p.m. Concordia at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. Nevada at UNLV, 7:00 p.m. UC Irvine at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. November 14-24 Fresno State at NIT Preseason Tip-Off November 15 (Tuesday) Utah State at Weber State, 7:05 p.m. November 16 (Wednesday) New Mexico State at New Mexico, TBA San Jose State at USF, 8:00 p.m. November 17 (Thursday) Idaho at Montana, 7:00 p.m. Pacific at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. November 19 (Saturday) Hawai‘i vs. Gonzaga, TBA Louisiana Tech at Texas-Arlington, 7:00 p.m. UTEP at New Mexico State, TBA San Jose State at Santa Clara, 7:00 p.m. Southern Utah at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. November 20 (Sunday) Prairie View at Nevada, 3:00 p.m. November 22 (Tuesday) Eastern Washington at Hawai‘i, 7:00 p.m. Longwood at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. Holy Names College at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. Utah State at Texas A&M CC, 7:05 p.m. November 24 (Thursday) New Mexico State vs. Central Michigan, TBA November 25 (Friday) Pacific at Hawai‘i, 7:30 p.m. Louisiana Tech vs. Maryland East. Shore, 2:30 p.m. Nevada vs. Brigham Young, 5:00 p.m. New Mexico State vs. UC Irvine/Southern Miss, TBA November 26 (Saturday) Fresno State at North Dakota State, 7:00 p.m. Montana State at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. Louisiana Tech vs. Portland State, 3:30 p.m. Nevada vs. Bradley/Wisconsin, TBA New Mexico State vs. TBD, TBA Utah State at Idaho State, 7:05 p.m. November 27 (Sunday) Louisiana Tech at Wyoming, 6:00 p.m. November 28 (Monday) Montana State at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. November 29 (Tuesday) Arizona at New Mexico State, TBA November 30 (Wednesday) Academy of Arts at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. Eastern Washington at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. Louisiana Tech at Southeastern Louisiana, 7:00 p.m. Texas-San Antonio at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. Denver at Utah State, 7:05 p.m.

December 2 (Friday) Washington at Nevada, 8:00 p.m.

December 23 (Friday) Long Beach State/Xavier at Hawai‘i, TBA

February 1 (Wednesday) Cal State Bakersfield at New Mexico State, TBA

December 3 (Saturday) Utah at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. Hawai‘i at Pepperdine, 7:00 p.m. Idaho at UC Davis, 2:00 p.m. Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Monroe, TBA San Jose State at Weber State, TBA Utah State at Pacific, 7:05 p.m.

December 25 (Sunday) TBD at Hawai‘i, TBA

February 2 (Thursday) *Idaho at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. *Utah State at Nevada, 7:00 p.m.

December 4 (Sunday) New Mexico State at Southern Miss., TBA December 6 (Tuesday) Hawai‘i at Pacific, 7:00 p.m. Northwestern State at Louisiana Tech, 7:00 p.m. Utah Valley at Utah State, 7:05 p.m.

December 28 (Wednesday) Cedarville at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. New Mexico at New Mexico State, TBA December 29 (Thursday) Fresno State at Pacific, TBA South Carolina State at Hawai‘i, TBA Spring Hill at Louisiana Tech, 5:00 p.m. San Jose State vs. TBD, TBA December 30 (Friday) San Jose State vs. TBD, TBA

December 7 (Wednesday) Fresno State at Colorado, 7:00 p.m. Washington State at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. Nevada at Arizona State, TBA San Jose State at California, TBA

December 31 (Saturday) UNLV at Hawai‘i, TBA Louisiana Tech at SMU, TBA Arkansas-Pine Bluff at New Mexico State, TBA Utah State at Mississippi State, 1:05 p.m.

December 9 (Friday) Idaho at Oregon State, TBA

January 2 (Monday) Boise State at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. New Mexico State at Cal State Bakersfield, TBA

December 10 (Saturday) Fresno State at Oregon, TBA Louisiana Tech at Southern Mississippi, TBA Nevada at Montana, 7:00 p.m. Cal Poly at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. Utah State at Wichita State, 7:05 p.m. December 11 (Sunday) UC Davis at Hawai‘i, 5:00 p.m. Idaho at Seattle, 5:00 p.m. New Mexico State at UTEP, TBA December 14 (Wednesday) McNeese State at Louisiana Tech, 7:00 p.m. Western New Mexico at New Mexico St., TBA December 16 (Friday) Hawai‘i at UH-Hilo, TBA December 17 (Saturday) Cal Poly at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. Cal State Bakersfield at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. UALR at Louisiana Tech, 7:00 p.m. UC Riverside at Nevada, 3:00 p.m. Seattle at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. December 18 (Sunday) Hawai‘i vs. North Carolina A&T, 5:00 p.m. December 19 (Monday) Fresno State at Boise State, 7:00 p.m. Southern at New Mexico State, TBA December 20 (Tuesday) Idaho at Wright State, 7:00 p.m. Northeastern at Louisiana Tech, 7:00 p.m. UC Davis at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. Texas-Arlington at Utah State, 8:05 p.m. December 21 (Wednesday) Fresno State at Arizona State, TBA McNeese State at New Mexico State, TBA Saint Peter’s at Utah State, 8:05 p.m. December 22 (Thursday) Auburn at Hawai‘i, TBA (ESPNU) Idaho at UW Green Bay,l 7:00 p.m. Louisiana Tech at Arkansas, TBA Portland at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. San Jose State at UC Riverside, TBA Kent State at Utah State, 8:05 p.m.

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January 5 (Thursday) *Fresno State at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. *Nevada at Idaho, 8:00 p.m. January 7 (Saturday) *Fresno State at Idaho, TBA *San Jose State at Hawai‘i, 7:00 p.m. *New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech, 7:00 p.m. *Nevada at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. January 12 (Thursday) *Hawai‘i at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. *Idaho at Louisiana Tech, 6:00 p.m. *San Jose State at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. *Utah State at New Mexico State, TBA January 14 (Saturday) *San Jose State at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. *Hawai‘i at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. *Idaho at New Mexico State, TBA *Utah State at Louisiana Tech, 8:00 p.m. January 17 (Tuesday) Nebraska-Omaha at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. January 18 (Wednesday) CSU-San Marcos at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. January 19 (Thursday) *Louisiana Tech at Hawai‘i, 7:00 p.m. *New Mexico State at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. Utah State at Seattle, 7:05 p.m. January 21 (Saturday) *Fresno State at Nevada, TBA *New Mexico State at Hawai‘i, 7:00 p.m. *Utah State at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at San Jose State, 6:00 p.m. January 23 (Monday) Cal State Bakersfield at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. January 26 (Thursday) *Fresno State at Louisiana Tech, 7:00 p.m. *Hawai‘i at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. *San Jose State at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. *Nevada at New Mexico State, 7:00 p.m. January 28 (Saturday) *Fresno State at New Mexico State, TBA *Hawai‘i at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. *Nevada at Louisiana Tech, 7:00 p.m. *San Jose State at Utah State, 7:05 p.m.

February 4 (Saturday) *Utah State at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. *Hawai‘i at San Jose State, 6:00 p.m. *Idaho at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at New Mexico State, TBA February 7 (Tuesday) Seattle at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. February 9 (Thursday) *Fresno State at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. *Nevada at Hawai‘i, 7:00 p.m. *New Mexico State at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. February 11 (Saturday) *Fresno State at Hawai‘i, 7:00 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Idaho, 7:00 p.m. *Nevada at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. *New Mexico State at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. February 14 (Tuesday) Cal State Bakersfield at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. North New Mexico at New Mexico State, TBA Montana Tech at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. February 15 (Wednesday) New Orleans at Hawai‘i, 7:00 p.m. February 16 (Thursday) North Dakota at Louisiana Tech, 8:00 p.m. February 18 (Saturday) Sears BracketBusters Fresno State at TBD Hawai‘i at TBD TBD at Idaho TBD at Louisiana Tech Nevada at TBD TBD at New Mexico State San Jose State at TBD TBD at Utah State February 23 (Thursday) Seattle at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. *Hawai‘i at New Mexico State, 7:00 p.m. *San Jose State at Louisiana Tech, 8:00 p.m. February 24 (Friday) *Idaho at Utah State, 7:05 p.m. February 25 (Saturday) *Nevada at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. *Hawai‘i at Louisiana Tech, 7:00 p.m. *San Jose State at New Mexico State, TBA March 1 (Thursday) *Louisiana Tech at Fresno State, 8:00 p.m. *Idaho at Hawai‘i, 7:00 p.m. *New Mexico State at Nevada, 8:00 p.m. *Utah State at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. March 3 (Saturday) *New Mexico State at Fresno State, 7:00 p.m. *Utah State at Hawai‘i, 7:00 p.m. *Idaho at San Jose State, 7:00 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Nevada, 7:00 p.m. March 7-10 WAC Tournament * denotes WAC game

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2012 wac tournament WAC Tournament

No. 3 Seed Game 1 Thursday Noon No. 6 Seed No. 2 Seed Game 2 Thursday 2:30 p.m.

2012 WAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Las Vegas, Nevada Orleans Arena - March 8-10 Winner, Game 1 Game 5 Friday 6:00 p.m.

Winner, Game 5

Winner, Game 2 Game 7 Saturday 9:00 p.m. ESPN2

No. 7 Seed No. 1 Seed Game 3 Thursday 6:00 p.m. No. 8 Seed No. 4 Seed Game 4 Thursday 8:30 p.m.

Winner, Game 7 Advances to NCAA Tournament

The 2012 WAC Tournament will be held March 8-10 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. All eight teams in the conference will participate in the tournament with first round action beginning on Thursday, March 8. The top two teams in the regular season earn an automatic berth into the semifinals. The Rainbow Warriors have participated in all but two WAC Tournaments (1999, 2010). UH owns a 20-24 all-time record in the tournament and has captured three titles (1994, 2001, ‘02). In addition, the ’Bows advanced to the semifinals nine times and the championship game on five occasions. UH is currently on a six-game tournament slide with its last win coming in 2005.

Winner, Game 3

Hawai‘i in the WAC Tournament

Game 6 Friday 8:30 p.m.

Winner, Game 6

Winner, Game 4

No. 5 Seed all times are PST and are subject to change

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Prelim. Round Prelim. Round Prelim. Round Prelim. Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Champions Finals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Prelim. Round Did not participate Semifinals Champions Champions Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Prelim. Round Did not participate Prelim. Round

UH Results In The WAC Tournament ­ 984 1 (@ Salt Lake City, UT) Preliminary Round Utah L 65-69 1985 (@ Fort Collins, CO) Preliminary Round Colorado State L 68-73 ot 1986 (@ Colorado Springs, CO) Preliminary Round Air Force L 58-64 1987 (@ San Diego) Preliminary Round San Diego State L 90-93 1988 (@ Provo, UT) Preliminary Round Air Force W 84-76 Quarterfinals Brigham Young L 74-76 1989 (@ Salt Lake City, UT) Quarterfinals Brigham Young W 72-69 Semifinals Colorado State L 46-50

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1990 (@ El Paso, TX) Quarterfinals Wyoming Semifinals Utah Finals UTEP

W 66-63 W 66-60 L 58-75

1991 (@ Laramie, WY) Quarterfinals New Mexico W 68-67 Semifinals Brigham Young L 71-73 ot 1992 (@ Fort Collins, CO) Quarterfinals Utah L 69-81 1993 (@ Salt Lake City, UT) First Round Air Force W 62-54 Quarterfinals Brigham Young L 71-85 1994 (@ Salt Lake City, UT) Quarterfinals Colorado State W 65-61 Semifinals New Mexico W 61-58 Finals Brigham Young W 73-66

1995 (@ Albuquerque, NM) Quarterfinals UTEP W 66-65 Semifinals Colorado State W 66-64 Finals Utah L 54-67 1996 (@ Albuquerque, NM) Preliminary Round UTEP  L 69-77 (UTEP later forfeited) Quarterfinals Utah L 63-76 1997 (@ Las Vegas, NV) Quarterfinals New Mexico L 57-65 1998 (@ Las Vegas, NV) Preliminary Round UNLV  L 59-64 1999 (@ Las Vegas, NV) Did not qualify

2000 (@ Fresno, CA) Quarterfinals SMU Semifinals Fresno State 2001 (@ Tulsa, OK) Quarterfinals TCU Semifinals Fresno State Finals Tulsa 2002 (@ Tulsa, OK) Quarterfinals San Jose State Semifinals Nevada Finals Tulsa 2003 (@ Tulsa, OK) Quarterfinals Rice Semifinals Tulsa 2004 (@ Fresno, CA) Quarterfinals Rice

L 102-103 2ot

2005 (@ Reno, NV) Preliminary Round San Jose State W 72-48 Quarterfinals UTEP L 62-80

W 99-79

2006 (@ Reno, NV) Quarterfinals New Mexico State L 57-58

W 87-82

W 76-67 W 78-72 ot

W 71-56 W 90-68 W 73-59

W 62-61 ot L 56-65

L 68-70

2007 (@ Las Cruces, NM) Quarterfinals Utah State L 70-73 2008 (@ Las Cruces, NM) Quarterfinals Boise State L 74-80 2009 (@ Reno, NV) Preliminary Round Fresno State L 58-62 2010 (@ Reno, NV) Did not qualify 2011 (@ Las Vegas, NV) Preliminary Round San Jose State L 74-75

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wac Tournament Record book Individual Highs

Team Highs/Lows

Points Scored

Points Scored

High 100 vs. Fresno State, 3/10/00 Low 46 vs. Colorado State, 3/10/89

Free Throws Made

33, Carl English vs. Tulsa, 3/14/03 31, Predrag Savovic vs. Nevada, 3/8/02 28, Predrag Savovic vs. Tulsa, 3/9/02 28, Andre Morgan vs. Colorado State, 3/4/85

Field Goals Made

Field Goals Made

Free Throws Attempted

Field Goals Attempted

Free-Throw Percentage

Field-Goal Percentage

Rebounds

3-Point Field Goals Made

Assists

13, Carl English vs. Tulsa, 3/14/03 13, Andre Morgan vs. Colorado State, 3/4/85

Field Goals Attempted

22, Carl English vs. Tulsa, 3/14/03

3-Point Field Goals Made

6, Carl English vs. Tulsa, 3/14/03 6, Predrag Savovic vs. Nevada, 3/8/02 6, Trevor Ruffin vs. Brigham Young, 3/12/94

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

11, Predrag Savovic vs. Tulsa, 3/9/02 11, Predrag Savovic vs. Nevada, 3/8/02 11, Tes Whitlock vs. Utah, 3/7/96 11, Trevor Ruffin vs. Brigham Young, 3/12/94

Free Throws Made

10, Joston Thomas vs. San Jose State, 3/9/11

Free Throws Attempted

16, Joston Thomas vs. San Jose State, 3/9/11

Rebounds

17, Tony Maroney vs. Colorado State, 3/10/94 17, Reggie Cross vs. Air Force, 3/9/88

High 28 vs. UTEP, 3/6/96 Low 3 vs. Colorado State, 3/10/89

High 38 vs. Fresno State, 3/10/00 38 vs. San Diego State, 3/3/87 Low 17 vs. UTEP, 3/10/90

High 38 vs. UTEP, 3/6/96 Low 7 vs. San Jose State, 3/8/05 7 vs. Colorado State, 3/10/89

High 80 vs. Fresno State, 3/10/00 Low 45 vs. Utah, 3/9/90

High .867 vs. San Diego State, 3/3/87 Low .429 vs. Colorado State, 3/10/89

High .600 vs. TCU, 3/8/01 Low .326 vs. UTEP, 3/10/90

High 58 vs. Colorado State, 3/10/94 Low 20 vs. Colorado State, 3/10/95

High 13 vs. TCU, 3/8/01 Low 0 vs. Utah, 3/9/90 0 vs. Brigham Young, 3/8/89

High 26 vs. TCU, 3/8/01 Low 7 vs. Utah, 3/11/95

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Assists

11, Troy Bowe vs. Brigham Young, 3/8/91

High 33 vs. Tulsa, 3/10/01 Low 0 vs. Utah, 3/9/90

Blocked Shots

3-Point Field-Goal Percentage

4, Tony Maroney vs. Brigham Young, 3/12/94

Steals

5, Phil Martin vs. Rice, 3/13/03 5, Jerald Wrightsil vs. San Diego State, 3/3/87

High .571 vs. Nevada, 3/8/02 Low .000 vs. Utah, 3/9/90 .000 vs. Brigham Young, 3/8/89

Turnovers

High 25 vs. Fresno State, 3/9/01 Low 6 vs. Tulsa, 3/9/02

Blocked Shots

High 9 vs. Utah, 3/5/84 Low 0, by many

Steals

High 13 vs. Utah, 3/13/92 13 vs. San Diego State, 3/3/87 Low 2 vs. Brigham Young, 3/12/94

Reggie Cross

Opponent Individual Records Points Scored

33, Michael Smith, Brigham Young, 3/8/89; Mark Ingles, UTEP, 3/6/96 30, Kenneth Roberts, Brigham Young, 3/12/94; Tony Ross, San Diego State, 3/3/87

Field Goals Made

13, Michael Harris, Rice, 3/11/04

Field-Goal Pct.

(min. 10 att.) .857 (12-14), Kenneth Roberts, Brigham Young, 3/12/94 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

3-Point Field Goals Made

8, Tony Ross, San Diego State, 3/3/87

Free Throws Made

15, Pat Durham, Colorado State, 3/10/89

Rebounds

17, Lewis LaMar, New Mexico, 3/11/94

Assists

9, Rashid Smith, Rice, 3/11/04; Mark Dickel, UNLV, 3/3/98; Ryan Yoder, Colorado State, 3/10/94; Mark Santiago, Brigham Young, 3/8/89

Blocked Shots

4, Kevin Johnson, Tulsa, 3/9/02; Kenny Thomas, New Mexico, 3/6/97

Steals

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outrigger hotels rainbow Classic history

For 47 straight years, the Rainbow Classic has served as one of the preeminent tournaments in the nation. For its first 45 years it served as the longestrunning eight-team preseason tournament in the country. The tournament has traditionally attracted big-name teams and big-name players. The Classic participants read like a who’s-who in college basketball, linking together eras, from Quinn Buckner to recent stars like Paul Pierce. In all, more than 100 players named to the all-tournament teams have gone on to the NBA, including Hall-of-Famers Pete Maravich, Elvin Hayes and future members Isiah Thomas and Michael Jordan. Not only have great players suited up to play in the Classic, but great teams as well. Twelve times, a team participating in the tournament has gone on to the NCAA Final Four. Three times, the Classic champion was also the defending NCAA Champion. The memorable North Carolina team of Jordan, James Worthy and Sam Perkins first turned the double in 1982, followed by Villanova in 1985 and Arkansas in 1994. Former Rainbow head coach Red Rocha and fellow University of Hawai‘i Sports Circle of Honor inductee Chuck Leahey are credited for developing the eight-team holiday tournament as a way to take advantage of the newly built Honolulu International Center, now known as the Neal S. Blaisdell Center. That inaugural Classic saw the 48

Hawai‘i Marines take the title, while the fans were enthralled by Utah State’s Wayne Estes’ scoring ability. His 122 total points still stands as the tournament record. Within a three-year stretch from 1967-69, the Rainbow Classic began a trend of showcasing big-name college stars. The arrival of Hayes and Houston signaled the beginning by winning the title in 1967. “Pistol” Pete Maravich brought his high-scoring abilities two years later when his LSU team was runner-up to Yale. However, the mainland teams weren’t the only ones showcasing its talents. Hawai‘i’s “Fabulous Five” won the school’s first title in 1970. They repeated behind All-American Bob Nash, who was named Most Outstanding Player after setting Rainbow Classic records for most rebounds in a game (30 vs. Arizona) and tournament (52). Led by Tom Henderson, Hawai‘i won the title again in 1973. Unfortunately, that would be the school’s last Rainbow Classic victory for 17 years. It took Hawai‘i six runner-up finishes before they claimed the 1990 title, then-head coach Riley Wallace’s first. The Rainbows defeated nationally ranked Pittsburgh in a close 84-82 championship battle. With the building of the Stan Sheriff Center on the Manoa campus, the tournament moved from its original location of the Blaisdell Center in downtown Honolulu in 1994.

In the classic 1997 championship game, the ’Bows faced off against No. 2 Kansas. Before a sellout crowd of 10,300, the Rainbows captured the crown with a thrilling 76-65 upset. The win was propelled by the dynamic duo of Most Outstanding Player Anthony “AC” Carter and Alika Smith. The Rainbows captured their sixth Classic title in 1999 and laid the groundwork for the most successful run in Rainbow Classic history. From 2001-04, the ’Bows have reigned as Classic Champions, which is the first time in tournament history that any team has won four years in a row. In 2003, Julian Sensley brought down the house as he hit a threepointer in overtime to defeat Fairfield and keep the title in Honolulu. Close contests are no surprise in the tournament. Fifteen of the championship games have been decided by six or less points. One such contest was the 1992 Rainbow Classic semifinal match-up and a preview of the NCAA Tournament final; Michigan’s “Fab Five” defeated North Carolina, 79-78. Jalen Rose scored on a put-back as time expired before a raucous sold-out crowd. Michigan later went on to face Kansas, another Final Four team. From the quiet beginnings of a small holiday tournament, the Rainbow Classic has grown through the excitement of the fans and players to become one of the elite tournaments in the country.

Future NBA stars that were named to Classic all-tournament teams. 1967 1969 1971 1972 1974 1976 1977 1979 1980 1981 1982 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1997 2002 2004

Elvin Hayes (Houston) Pete Maravich (LSU) Bob Nash (Hawai‘i) Tom Henderson (Hawai‘i) George Karl (North Carolina) Bobby Jones (North Carolina) Quinn Buckner (Indiana) Otis Birdsong (Houston) Bill Cartwright (San Francisco) Danny Ainge (Brigham Young) Phil Ford (North Carolina) Eddie Johnson (Illinois) Darrell Griffith (Louisville) Isiah Thomas (Indiana) Ricky Pierce (Rice) Thurl Bailey (North Carolina State) Quintin Dailey (San Francisco) Michael Jordan (North Carolina) Sam Perkins (North Carolina) Wayman Tisdale (Oklahoma) Byron Scott (Arizona State) Detlef Schrempf (Washington) Mark Price (Georgia Tech) Hersey Hawkins (Bradley) Charles Smith (Pittsburgh) Vinny Del Negro (North Carolina St.) Dennis Scott (Georgia Tech) Nick Anderson (Illinois) Christian Laettner (Duke) Allan Houston (Tennessee) Latrell Sprewell (Alabama) Chris Webber (Michigan) Jalen Rose (Michigan) George Lynch (North Carolina) Lindsey Hunter (Jackson State) Corliss Williamson (Arkansas) John Wallace (Syracuse) Anthony “A.C.” Carter (Hawai‘i) Paul Pierce (Kansas) Tyronne Lue (Nebraska) Danny Granger (Bradley) Jeff Green (Georgetown)

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outrigger hotels rainbow Classic history Since 1964, 161 teams have participated in the annual Rainbow Classic in Honolulu. The teams listed below are in alphabetical order. The (*) denotes the year the team won the championship. Host Hawai‘i has won the most championships (12), including four consecutive from 2001-04. North Carolina ranks second to UH with three titles, followed by Purdue and Illinois with two. Besides UH, other collegiate teams making the most tournament appearances are Arizona State, Bradley and Tennessee, who each made six trips. TEAM (years participated) W L PCT Alabama, 1991* 3 0 1.000 Alabama-Birmingham, 1983, 2004 4 2 .667 Alaska-Anchorage, 1990 2 1 .667 Alcorn State, 2002 1 2 .333 American, 2003 1 2 .333 Arizona, 1968, 75 4 2 .667 Arizona State, 1964, 71, 76, 78, 82, 87 10 8 .556 Arkansas, 1984, 86, 94* 6 3 .667 Arkansas State, 2001 1 2 .333 Army, 1979, 93 1 5 .167 Army Redlanders, 1965, 70 1 5 .167 Boston College, 1964, 78, 2001 6 3 .667 Boston University, 1994 0 3 .000 Bowling Green, 2003 1 2 .333 Bradley, 1967, 81, 85, 91, 99, 2002 5 13 .278 Brigham Young, 1970, 77, 97 4 5 .444 Buffalo, 2008* 3 0 1.000 Butler, 2002 2 1 .667 California, 1966*, 71, 86, 90 6 6 .500 Cal State Fullerton, 1981, 2010 1 5 .167 Cal State Los Angeles, 1964 2 1 .667 Central Michigan 1 2 .333 Charlotte, 1998, 2006 4 2 .667 Chicago State, 2002 1 2 .333 Cincinnati, 1975, 89, 94 4 5 .444 Clemson, 1980*, 85, 93, 2004 8 4 .667 Colorado, 1999, 2008 3 3 .500 Colorado State, 1972, 2005, 08 4 5 .444 Columbia, 1968 2 1 .667 Coppin State, 2008 1 2 .333 Cornell, 1984 0 3 .000 Creighton, 1987, 89, 2006 5 4 .556 Detroit, 2000 1 2 .333 Drake, 1969, 89 2 4 .333 Duke, 1983, 89*, 94 7 2 .778 East Tennessee State, 2003, 07 2 4 .333 Evansville, 1993 1 2 .333 Fairfield, 2003 2 1 .667 Florida, 1974, 86, 93 3 6 .333 Florida State, 1998 2 1 .667 Fordham, 1972, 78, 92 3 6 .333 Fresno State, 1991 2 1 .667 George Washington, 2000, 08 1 5 .167 Georgetown, 2004 2 1 .667 Georgia, 1996*, 2001, 07 6 3 .667 Georgia Tech, 1984*, 88, 94 6 3 .667 Gonzaga, 1999 1 2 .333 Harvard, 1966, 78 2 4 .333 Hawai‘i, 1964 to present 79 62 .560 (1970*, 71* 73*, 90*, 97*, 99*, 2001*-04*, 06*, 10*) Hawai‘i Marines, 1964*, 65, 66, 71 4 8 .333 Holy Cross, 1975, 83, 2001 3 6 .333 Houston, 1967*, 76, 88, 2006 7 5 .583 Illinois, 1970, 76, 79*, 88*, 95 11 4 .733 Indiana, 1974*, 80 4 2 .667 Indiana State, 2004 0 3 .000 Iona, 1990, 2001 2 4 .333 Iowa, 1969, 75, 84, 94, 2000 9 6 .600 Iowa State, 1984, 2005* 4 2 .667 IUPUI, 2003 2 1 .667 Jackson State, 1992 2 1 .667 Kansas, 1986, 92, 97 5 4 .556 Lafayette, 1977 1 2 .333 Lamar, 2003 0 3 .000 Long Beach State, 2004 1 2 .333 Louisiana-Lafayette, 1992, 98, 2007 3 6 .333 Louisiana State, 1969 2 1 .667 Louisiana Tech, 1980 1 2 .333 Louisville, 1972, 79, 87, 93* 9 3 .750 Loyola Marymount, 1980, 2005 0 6 .000 Manhattan, 2000 0 3 .000 Marquette, 1967, 80 4 2 .667 Maryland, 1984, 96 4 2 .667 Massachusetts, 1995* 3 0 1.000 McNeese State, 2009 0 3 .000 Memphis, 1996 1 2 .333 Miami (Ohio), 2001 1 2 .333 Michigan, 1970, 92*, 96 6 3 .667 Michigan State, 1965, 81 3 3 .500 Minnesota, 1971 2 1 .667 Mississippi State, 1987, 98 2 4 .333

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TEAM (years participated) W L PCT Missouri, 1982, 85*, 95 6 3 .667 Montana, 1966 1 2 .333 Montana State, 2010 2 1 .667 Murray State, 1998 1 2 .333 Navy, 1983, 91 2 4 .333 Nebraska, 1979, 92, 97, 2006 5 7 .417 Nevada, 1979 1 2 .333 New Mexico State, 1997 2 1 .667 New York, 1970 1 2 .333 North Carolina, 1972*, 77*, 82*, 92 11 1 .917 North Carolina State, 1981, 87*, 95 6 3 .667 North Texas State, 1967 2 1 .667 Northern Colorado, 2009* 3 0 1.000 Northwestern, 1967, 71, 96 2 7 .222 Northwestern State, 2005 1 2 .333 Notre Dame, 1966 1 2 .333 Ohio, 1999, 2007 3 3 .500 Ohio State, 1967, 74, 86, 97 4 8 .333 Oklahoma, 1982, 94 3 3 .500 Oklahoma State, 1993 1 2 .333 Oral Roberts, 2004 1 2 .333 Oregon, 1999 2 1 .667 Oregon State, 2005 2 1 .667 Pacific, 1983 1 2 .333 Pennsylvania, 1974 1 2 .333 Pepperdine, 2003, 08 2 4 .333 Pittsburgh, 1986*, 90, 96 7 2 .778 Portland, 1966, 2001 2 4 .333 Princeton, 1979, 98* 3 3 .500 Providence, 1973, 77, 82 5 4 .556 Purdue, 1968, 73*, 78*, 88 8 4 .667 Rhode Island, 1977, 95 4 2 .667 Rice, 1981* 3 0 1.000 Rutgers, 1980, 89 2 4 .333 Saint John’s, 1969, 76, 2007 4 5 .444 Saint Joseph’s (PA), 1973 2 1 .667 Saint Louis, 1965, 70, 2000 4 5 .444 Saint Mary’s, 2007* 3 0 1.000 Saint Peter’s, 1975 1 2 .333 San Francisco, 1969, 76*, 81, 89, 2006 7 8 .467 San Jose State, 1974 1 2 .333 Santa Clara, 1968*, 73 3 3 .500 Seton Hall, 1985 1 2 .333 South Florida, 2005 1 2 .333 Southern Methodist, 1983*, 87 5 1 .833 Southern Utah, 2009 1 2 .333 Stanford, 1968, 77 3 3 .500 Stetson, 1990 1 2 .333 Subpac, 1964, 66-69, 72-73 7 14 .333 Syracuse, 1995 2 1 .667 Temple, 1971, 76 2 4 .333 Tennessee, 1965, 73, 78, 83, 90, 2000* 9 9 .500 Tennessee Tech, 2002 1 2 .333 Texas, 1998 2 1 .667 Texas A&M, 1987, 2000 3 3 .500 Texas Christian, 1971 1 2 .333 Texas-Pan American, 1980, 2002 2 4 .333 Texas Tech, 1977, 82 1 5 .167 Tulane, 2007 2 1 .667 Tulsa, 1965*, 74, 88 7 2 .778 UC Santa Barbara, 1993 1 2 .333 USC, 1975*, 88, 95, 2004 7 5 .583 Utah, 1972, 78 3 3 .500 Utah State, 1964 1 2 .333 Valparaiso, 2006 1 2 .333 Vanderbilt, 1997 2 1 .667 Vermont, 2008 2 1 .667 Villanova, 1970, 74, 85, 91, 99 7 8 .467 Virginia, 1997 1 2 .333 Virginia Tech, 1982, 89 3 3 .500 Wake Forest, 1985, 99 2 4 .333 Washington, 1965, 72, 84 4 5 .444 Washington State, 1973, 85, 91, 96 6 6 .500 West Virginia, 1968 1 2 .333 Western Kentucky, 2002 2 1 .667 Western Michigan, 2005 1 2 .333 Wichita State, 1981, 90 3 3 .500 William & Mary, 1976 1 2 .333 Wisconsin, 1964, 79, 86, 91 7 5 .583 Wyoming, 2006 1 2 .333 Yale, 1969*, 75, 88 3 6 .333

PAST RAINBOW CLASSIC CHAMPIONS YEAR 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE Hawai‘i Marines Wisconsin 69-62 Tulsa St. Louis 70-64 California Subpac 60-45 Houston North Texas St. 45-43 Santa Clara Columbia 64-58 Yale Louisiana St. 97-94 Hawai‘i Brigham Young 94-90 Hawai‘i Arizona State 87-77 North Carolina St. Louisville 89-86 Hawai‘i Purdue 76-67* Indiana Hawai‘i 69-52 USC Iowa 81-73 San Francisco Houston 86-81 North Carolina St. Stanford 92-61 Purdue Utah 77-62 Illinois Hawai‘i 94-82 Clemson Hawai‘i 75-71 Rice North Carolina St. 51-47 North Carolina Missouri 73-58 SMU Hawai‘i 82-73 Georgia Tech Maryland 70-69 Missouri Washington St. 70-63 Pittsburgh Wisconsin 98-82 North Carolina St. Arizona St. 83-71 Illinois Hawai‘i 96-87 Duke Hawai‘i 87-75 Hawai‘i Pittsburgh 84-82 Alabama Washington St. 71-68 Michigan Kansas 86-74 Louisville Hawai‘i 85-79 Arkansas Iowa 101-92 Massachusetts Syracuse 65-47 Georgia Maryland 73-65 Hawai‘i Kansas 76-65 Princeton UNC-Charlotte 47-43 Hawai‘i Oregon 66-63 Tennessee Hawai‘i 69-58 Hawai‘i Georgia 54-44 Hawai‘i Butler 81-78 (ot) Hawai‘i Fairfield 50-49 (ot) Hawai‘i USC 72-68 Iowa State Colorado State 87-80 Hawai‘i Creighton 76-60 St. Mary’s Ohio 70-63 Buffalo Colorado State 67-53 No. Colorado Hawai‘i 75-81 Hawai‘i Montana State N/A#

* denotes later forfeited due to ineligible player # Round-robin results

UH All-Time Rainbow Classic Finishes Hawai‘i is 79-62 (.560) all-time in the Rainbow Classic and has reached the championship game 21 times in 47 years. UH has won the tournament title 11 times, while finishing runner-up another eight times. 1964 - 8th 1980 - 2nd 1996 - 3rd 1965 - 8th 1981 - 5th 1997 - 1st 1966 - 4th 1982 - 4th 1998 - 4th 1967 - 5th 1983 - 2nd 1999 - 1st 1968 - 4th 1984 - 2nd 2000 - 2nd 1969 - 8th 1985 - 8th 2001 - 1st 1970 - 1st 1986 - 8th 2002 - 1st 1971 - 1st 1987 - 8th 2003 - 1st 1972 - 3rd 1988 - 2nd 2004 - 1st 1973 - 1st 1989 - 2nd 2005 - 3rd 1974 - 2nd 1990 - 1st 2006 - 1st 1975 - 4th 1991 - 3rd 2007 - 8th 1976 - 4th 1992 - 4th 2008 - 5th 1977 - 8th 1993 - 2nd 2009 - 2nd 1978 - 4th 1994 - 3rd 2010- 1st 1979 - 2nd 1995 - 8th

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oUTriGGer HoTeLs rainBow CLassiC reCorD Book INDIVIDuAL RECORDS MOST POINTS SCORED Game: 53 Pete Maravich, LSU vs. St. John’s, 1969 Tournament: 122 Wayne Estes, Utah State, 1964 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 22 Elvin Hayes, Houston vs. Marquette (35 att.), 1967 Tournament: 50 Wayne Estes, Utah State, 1964 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 44 Pete Maravich, LSU vs. St. John’s (20 made), 1969 Tournament: 99 Pete Maravich, LSU (40 made), 1969

MOST PERSONAL FOuLS Game: 5 by many Tournament: 15 Roger Walazek, Columbia, 1968; Jerry Bellotti, Santa Clara, 1973; Chip Williams, Florida, 1974; Kevin Johnson, Hawai‘i, 1977 MOST MINuTES PLAYED Game: 49 Kevin Tiggs, East Tennessee State vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007 Tournament: 124 Leon Wood, Cal State Fullerton, 1981

TEAM RECORDS

HIGHEST FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (min. 10 made): .929 Thomas Louden, Hawai‘i vs. Nevada (13-14), 1979 Tournament (min. 40 att.): .750 Ken Bantum, Cornell (30-40), 1984

MOST POINTS SCORED First Half: 63 Boston College vs. Utah State, 1964 Second Half: 71 Utah State vs. Boston College, 1964 Game: 124 Illinois vs. Army Redlanders (124-70), 1970 Tournament: 309 Boston College, 1964

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 11 Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech vs. Houston (att. 19), 1988; 11 Lindsey Hunter, Jackson State vs. Kansas (att. 26), 1992 Tournament: 19 Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech (att. 40), 1988

FEWEST POINTS SCORED First Half: 13 Hawai‘i vs. Fairfield, 2003 Second Half: 15 Long Beach State vs. Indiana State, 2004 Game: 37 Indiana State vs. Long Beach State, 2004 Tournament: 134 Long Beach State, 2004

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 26 Lindsey Hunter, Jackson State vs. Kansas (made 11), 1992 (then-NCAA record) Tournament: 40 Dennis Scott, Georgia Tech (made 19), 1988; Reid Denmark, New Mexico State (made 17), 1997

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 54 Illinois vs. Army Redlanders (att. 91), 1970 Tournament: 126 Utah State, 1964

HIGHEST 3-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (min. 10 att.): .900 Joe Lawrence, Florida vs. California (9-10), 1986 Tournament (min 15 att.): .765 Joe Lawrence, Florida (13-17), 1986 MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 20 Howard Hassen, Subpac vs. Stanford (att. 24), 1968 Tournament: 37 Quintin Dailey, San Francisco (att. 46), 1981 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 24 Howard Hassen, Subpac vs. Stanford (made 20), 1968 Tournament: 46 Quintin Dailey, San Francisco (made 37), 1981 HIGHEST FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE Game (min. 10 made): 1.000 Victor Kelly, Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State (13-13), 1974 Tournament (min. 20 att.): 1.000 Cory Higgins, Colorado (20-20), 2008 MOST REBOuNDS Game: 30 Bob Nash, Hawai‘i vs. Arizona State, 1971 Tournament: 52 Bob Nash, Hawai‘i, 1971 MOST ASSISTS Game: 13 Wes Matthews, Wisconsin vs. Hawai‘i, 1979; Dan Davin, Loyola Marymount vs. Marquette, 1980; Bo Overton, Oklahoma vs. Hawai‘i, 1982; Andres Rodriquez, American vs. East Tennessee State, 2003 Tournament: 27 Rodney Woods, Tennessee, 1973 MOST TuRNOVERS Game: 12 Scott Runia, Brigham Young vs. North Carolina, 1977 Tournament: 23 Joe Rogers, Villanova, 1974 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 8 Alton Lister, Arizona State vs. Harvard, 1978; Jason Jennings, Arkansas State vs. Georgia, 2001 Tournament: 16, Jason Jennings, Arkansas State, 2001; Deng Gai, Fairfield, 2003 MOST STEALS Game: 9 Darryl McDonald, Texas A&M vs. SMU, 1987 Tournament: 18 Darryl McDonald, Texas A&M, 1987

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FEWEST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 9 Army vs. Clemson, 1993 Tournament: 45 Boston University, 1994 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 102 Arizona State vs. San Francisco (made 44), 1976 Tournament: 291 Cal State Los Angeles (made 112), 1964 FEWEST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 31 Army vs. Princeton (made 18), 1979 Tournament: 106 Hawai‘i (made 54), 1994

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 60 Tennessee vs. George Washington (made 45), 2000 Tournament: 114 Hawai‘i (made 82), 1970 FEWEST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 0 McNeese State vs. Hawai‘i (0 made), 2009 Tournament: 22 Long Beach State (made 12), 2004 HIGHEST FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 Subpac vs. Bradley (17-17), 1967; Manhattan vs. Hawai‘i (7-7), 2000; Pepperdine vs. IUPUI (3-3), 2003; Long Beach State vs. Hawai‘i (3-3), 2004; Iowa State vs. Northwestern State (16-16), 2005; Valparaiso (13-13) vs. Charlotte, 2006 Tournament: .906 (29-32) Valparaiso, 2006 LOWEST FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE Game: .000 Illinois vs. Villanova (0-2), 1970 MOST REBOuNDS Game: 78 Arizona State vs. Hawai‘i Marines, 1971 Tournament: 182 Arizona State, 1971 FEWEST REBOuNDS Game: 14 Army vs. Princeton, 1979; Hawai‘i Marines vs. Tennessee, 1964 Tournament: 71 Hawai‘i, 1966 MOST PERSONAL FOuLS Game: 37 Santa Clara vs. Washington State, 1973; George Washington vs. Tennessee, 2000 Tournament: 93 Santa Clara, 1973 FEWEST PERSONAL FOuLS Game: 2 Villanova vs. Illinois, 1970 Tournament: 27 Princeton, 1998 MOST ASSISTS Game: 33 Florida vs. Pennsylvania, 1974 Tournament: 75 Pennsylvania, 1974

LOWEST FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: .222 Hawai‘i vs. Tennessee (12-54), 1965

FEWEST ASSISTS Game: 4 Yale vs. Hawai‘i, 1988; SW Louisiana vs. Hawai‘i, 1998; Long Beach State vs. Indiana State, 2004; East Tennessee State vs. St. Mary’s, 2007. Southern Utah vs. Northern Colorado, 2009 Tournament: 20 SW Louisiana, 1998; 20 Southern Utah; 2009

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 16 New Mexico State vs. Ohio State (att. 39), 1997 Tournament: 37 New Mexico State (att. 91), 1997

MOST TuRNOVERS Game: 37 Arizona State vs. Hawai‘i, 1976 Tournament: 81 Alcorn State, 2002

FEWEST 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 0 by many Tournament: 3 Hawai‘i (att. 15), 1989

FEWEST TuRNOVERS Game: 4 Rice vs. N.C. State, 1981 Tournament: 26 Indiana, 1980

MOST 3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 39 New Mexico State vs. Ohio State (made 16), 1997 Tournament: 91 New Mexico State vs. Ohio State (made 37), 1997

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 14 Arizona State vs. Harvard, 1978 Tournament: 23 Arkansas State, 2001

HIGHEST FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: .744 Wisconsin vs. Army (32-43), 1979 Tournament: .600 Wisconsin (93-155), 1979

FEWEST 3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 2 Kansas (made 0), 1986; Hawai‘i (made 1), 1986 Tournament: 8 Hawai‘i (made 2), 1988 HIGHEST 3-PT. FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (min. 10 att.): .714 Florida (10-14), 1986 Tournament (min. 20 att.): .714 Florida (25-35), 1986 MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 45 Tennessee vs. George Washington (att. 60), 2000 Tournament: 91 Duke (att. 108), 1989 FEWEST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 0 Illinois vs. Villanova (att. 2), 1970; 0 McNeese State vs. Hawai‘i (att. 0), 2009 Tournament: 12 Long Beach State (att. 22), 2004

MOST STEALS Game: 20 Bradley vs. Alcorn State, 2002 Tournament: 44 Cincinnati, 1989 FEWEST STEALS Game: 0 by many Tournament: 4 Cal State Fullerton, 1981

MISCELLANEOuS RECORDS LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY Game: 54 Illinois vs. Army Redlanders (124-70), 1970 ATTENDANCE Game: 10,300 (many times) Tournament: 60,186 (6 sessions), 1994

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outrigger hotels rainbow Classic All-Tournament Teams 1964 Wayne Estes (Utah State) Leroy Walker (Utah State) Clyde Stallsmith (Hawai‘i Marines) Bill Connelly (Hawai‘i Marines) John Austin (Boston College) MOP: Wayne Estes H.S.: Wayne Estes (122 pts.) 1965 Eldridge Webb (Texas) Terry Dischinger (Army Redlanders) Sherman Dillard (Tulsa) Sam Ulrich (St. Louis) Stan Washington (Michigan State) MOP: Eldridge Webb H.S.: Terry Dischinger (91 pts.) 1966 Russ Critchfield (California) Lewis Little (Hawai‘i) Harvey Harmon (Hawai‘i) Clayton Raaka (Subpac) Billy Robinson (Portland) MOP: Russ Critchfield H.S.: Billy Robinson (78 pts.) 1967 Elvin Hayes (Houston) Steve Howell (Ohio State) Terry Gamber (Northwestern) Leroy Winfield (North Texas State) Hemp Hazelton (North Texas State) MOP: Elvin Hayes H.S.: Elvin Hayes (72 pts.) 1968 Bob Ogden (Santa Clara) Dennis Awtrey (Santa Clara) Rick Mount (Purdue) Heyward Dotson (Columbia) Jim McMillan, (Columbia) MOP: Bob Ogden H.S.: Howard Hassen (Subpac) (100 pts.) 1969 Pete Maravich (Louisiana State) Jim Morgan (Yale) Pete Cross (San Francisco) John Johnson (Iowa) Joe DePre (St. John’s) MOP: Pete Maravich H.S.: Pete Maravich (113 pts.) 1970 Jerome Freeman (Hawai‘i) John Penebacker (Hawai‘i) Rick Howe (Illinois) Howard Porter (Villanova) Bernie Fryer (Brigham Young) MOP: Jerome Freeman H.S.: Howard Porter (73 pts.) 1971 Bob Nash (Hawai‘i) Jerome Freeman (Hawai‘i) Paul Stovall (Arizona State) John Coughran (California) Ollie Johnson (Temple) MOP: Bob Nash H.S.: John Tolmie (HI-Marines) (80 pts.) 1972 Terry Howard (Louisville) Tom Henderson (Hawai‘i) Pat Foley (Subpac) George Karl (North Carolina) Bobby Jones (North Carolina) MOP: Terry Howard H.S.: Terry Mikan (Subpac) (82 pts.) 1973 Tom Henderson (Hawai‘i) John Garrett (Purdue) Marvin Barnes (Providence) Kevin Stacom (Providence) Steve Puidokas (Washington State)

MOP: Tom Henderson H.S.: John Garrett (69 pts.) 1974 Ron Haigler (Pennsylvania) Quinn Buckner (Indiana) Steve Green (Indiana) Scott May (Indiana) Ken Smith (Tulsa) MOP: Ron Haigler H.S.: Ken Smith (81 pts.) 1975 Dan Frost (Iowa) Bruce King (Iowa) Tommy Barker (Hawai‘i) Bob Elliott (Arizona) Marv Safford (USC) MOP: Dan Frost H.S.: Bruce King (74 pts.) 1976 Otis Birdsong (Houston) James Hardy (San Francisco) Bill Cartwright (San Francisco) Marlon Redmond (San Francisco) Glen Williams (St. John’s) MOP: Otis Birdsong H.S.: Otis Birdsong (94 pts.) 1977 Danny Ainge (Brigham Young) Kim Belton (Stanford) Mike O’Koren (North Carolina) Mike Russell (Texas Tech) Sly Williams (Rhode Island) MOP: Phil Ford (North Carolina) H.S.: Sly Williams (71 pts.) 1978 Ernie Cobb (Boston College) Reggie Johnson (Tennessee) Tony Zeno (Arizona State) Danny Vranes (Utah) Jerry Sichting (Purdue) MOP: Joe Barry Carroll (Purdue) H.S.: Joe Barry Carroll (63 pts.) 1979 Claude Gregory (Wisconsin) Andre Smith (Nebraska) Mark Smith (Illinois) Eddie Johnson (Illinois) Thomas Louden (Hawai‘i) MOP: Darrell Griffith (Louisville) H.S.: Darrell Griffith (66 pts.) 1980 Isiah Thomas (Indiana) Oliver Lee (Marquette) Racky Selser (Hawai‘i) Rodney Jones (Hawai‘i) Chris Dodds (Clemson) MOP: Kenneth Green (UT-Pan American) H.S.: Kenneth Green (64 pts.) 1981 Cliff Levingston (Wichita State) Thurl Bailey (N.C. State) Dereck Whittenburg (N.C. State) Quintin Dailey (San Francisco) Clarence Dickerson (Hawai‘i) MOP: Ricky Pierce (Rice) H.S.: Ricky Pierce (78 pts.) 1982 Byron Scott (Arizona State) Sam Perkins (North Carolina) Michael Jordan (North Carolina) John Sunvold (Missouri) Steve Stipanovich (Missouri) MOP: Wayman Tisdale (Oklahoma) H.S.: Wayman Tisdale (102 pts.)

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1983 Jack Miller (Hawai‘i) Greg Hicks (Hawai‘i) Larry Davis (SMU) Butch Moore (SMU) McKinley Singleton (UAB) MOP: Jon Koncak (SMU) H.S.: Larry Davis (66 pts.) 1984 Bruce Dalrymple (Georgia Tech) Ken Bantum (Cornell) Detlef Schrempf (Washington) Adrian Branch (Maryland) Joe Kleine (Maryland) MOP: Mark Price (Georgia Tech) H.S.: Ken Bantum (81 pts.) 1985 Keith Morrison (Washington State) Harold Pressley (Villanova) Dan Bingenheimer (Missouri) Derrick Chievous (Missouri) Mark Bryant (Seton Hall) Hersey Hawkins (Bradley) MOP: Keith Morrison H.S.: Mark Bryant (66 pts.) 1986 Dennis Hopson (Ohio State) Leonard Taylor (California) J.J. Weber (Wisconsin) Charles Smith (Pittsburgh) Curtis Aiken (Pittsburgh) MOP: Curtis Aiken H.S.: Dennis Hopson (100 pts.) 1987 Carlton McKinney (SMU) Vinny Del Negro (N.C. State) Chucky Brown (N.C. State) Pervis Ellison (Louisville) Eric Holloway (Arizona State) MOP: Charles Shackleford (N.C. State) H.S.: Carlton McKinney (66 pts.) 1988 Dennis Scott (Georgia Tech) Tom Hammonds (Georgia Tech) Kenny Battle (Illinois) Terry Houston (Hawai‘i) Nick Anderson (Illinois) MOP: Nick Anderson H.S.: Nick Anderson (65 pts.) 1989 Bobby Hurley (Duke) Phil Henderson (Duke) Keith Hughes (Rutgers) Louis Banks (Cincinnati) Christian Laettner (Duke) MOP: Chris Gaines (Hawai‘i) H.S.: Chris Gaines (67 pts.) 1990 Allan Houston (Tennessee) Robert George (Wichita State) Bobby Martin (Pittsburgh) Ray Reed (Hawai‘i) Phil Lott (Hawai‘i) MOP: Jason Matthews (Pittsburgh) H.S.: Allan Houston (77 pts.) 1991 Lance Miller (Villanova) James Robinson (Alabama) Neil Derrick (Washington State) Terrence Lewis (Washington State) Latrell Sprewell (Alabama) MOP: Phil Lott (Hawai‘i) H.S.: Phil Lott (76 pts.) 1992 Jalen Rose (Michigan) Eric Montross (North Carolina) Lindsey Hunter, Jr. (Jackson State) Eric Pauley (Kansas)

George Lynch (North Carolina) MOP: Chris Webber (Michigan) H.S.: Lindsey Hunter, Jr. (98 pts.) 1993 Brooks Thompson (Oklahoma State) Clifford Rozier (Louisville) Dametri Hill (Florida) Brent Kell (Evansville) Trevor Ruffin (Hawai‘i) MOP: Dwayne Morton (Louisville) H.S.: Trevor Ruffin (85 pts.) 1994 Corey Beck (Arkansas) Cherokee Parks (Duke) Jess Settles (Iowa) Scotty Thurman (Arkansas) Tony Maroney (Hawai‘i) MOP: Corliss Williamson (Arkansas) H.S.: Ryan Minor (Oklahoma) (52 pts.) 1995 Tyson Wheeler (Rhode Island) Edgar Padilla (UMass) Carmelo Travieso (UMass) Todd Fuller (N.C. State) Anthony Harris (Hawai‘i) MOP: John Wallace (Syracuse) H.S.: Anthony Harris (89 pts.) 1996 Jason Maile (Pittsburgh) Sunday Adebayo (Memphis) Terrell Stokes (Maryland) Michael Chadwick (Georgia) Anthony Carter (Hawai‘i) MOP: Keith Booth (Maryland) H.S.: Jason Maile (70 pts.) 1997 Tyronne Lue (Nebraska) Billy Thomas (Kansas) Alika Smith (Hawai‘i) Drew Maddux (Vanderbilt) Paul Pierce (Kansas) MOP: Anthony Carter (Hawai‘i) H.S.: Paul Pierce (78 pts.) 1998 Terell Baker (Florida State) Mike Robinson (Hawai‘i) Gabe Muoneke (Texas) Brian Earl (Princeton) Galen Young (UNC-Charlotte) MOP: Gabe Lewullis (Princeton) H.S.: Aubrey Reece (Murray St.) (67 pts.) 1999 Troy Ostler (Hawai‘i) Robert O’Kelley (Wake Forest) Richie Frahm (Gonzaga) Richard Fox (Colorado) A.D. Smith (Oregon) MOP: Predrag Savovic (Hawai‘i) H.S.: A.D. Smith (67 pts.) 2000 Maurice Jeffers (Saint Louis) Dean Oliver (Iowa) Ron Slay (Tennessee) Mindaugas Burneika (Hawai‘i) Predrag Savovic (Hawai‘i) MOP: Tony Harris (Tennessee) H.S.: Rashad Phillips (Detroit) (65 pts.) 2001 Alex Shorts (Miami, Ohio) Jason Jennings (Arkansas State) Troy Bell (Boston College) Ezra Williams (Georgia) Predrag Savovic (Hawai‘i) MOP: Haim Shimonovich (Hawai‘i) H.S.: Troy Bell/Alex Shorts (60 pts.)

Darnell Archey (Butler) Duane Lightfoot, Jr. (Butler) Nkeruwem Akpan (Hawai‘i) MOP: Carl English (Hawai‘i) H.S.: Carl English (66 pts.) 2003 Deng Gai (Fairfield) Alex Acker (Pepperdine) Jerald Fields (East Tennessee State) Akeem Clark (IUPUI) Phil Martin (Hawai‘i) MOP: Michael Kuebler (Hawai‘i) H.S.: Michael Kuebler (76 pts.) 2004 Caleb Green (Oral Roberts) Jeff Green (Georgetown) Donell Taylor (UAB) Bobby Nash (Hawai‘i) Gabriel Pruitt (USC) MOP: Matt Gibson (Hawai‘i) H.S.: Caleb Green (63 pts.) 2005 Curtis Stinson (Iowa State) Michael Harrison (Colorado State) Ahmet Gueye (Hawai‘i) Clifton Lee (Northwestern State) Chris Stephens (Oregon State) MOP: Will Blalock (Iowa State) H.S.: James Holmes (S. Florida) (62 pts.) 2006 Alex Marie (Nebraska) Dion Dowell (Houston) Ahmet Gueye (Hawai‘i) Dane Watts (Creighton) Nate Funk (Creighton MOP: Matt Lojeski (Hawai‘i) H.S.: Matt Lojeski (Hawai‘i) (74 pts.) 2007 Chris Gradnigo (Louisiana-Lafayette) Kevin Sims (Tulane) Diamon Simpson (St. Mary’s) Jerome Tillman (Ohio) Leon Williams (Ohio) MOP: Patrick Mills (St. Mary’s) H.S.: Leon Williams (Ohio)(67 pts.) 2008 Calvin Betts (Buffalo) Roderick Flemings (Hawai`i) Cory Higgins (Colorado) Mike Trimboli (Vermont) Marcus Walker (Colorado State) MOP: Andy Robinson (Buffalo) H.S.: Cory Higgins (Colorado), Marcus Walker (Colorado St)(54 pts.) 2009 Will Figures (Northern Colorado) Roderick Flemings (Hawai‘i) Chris Kaba (Northern Colorado) Jeremy Lay (Hawai‘i) Dwain Williams (Hawai‘i) MOP: Yashosh Bonner (Northern Colorado) H.S.: Will Figures (Northern Colorado)(54 pts.) 2010 Bill Amis (Hawai‘i) Bo Barnes (Hawai‘i) Orane Chin (Cal State Fullerton) Bobby Howard (Montana State) Jalin Thomas (Central Michigan) MOP: Hiram Thompson (Hawai‘i) H.S.: Orane Chin (Cal State Fullerton)(68 pts.) MOP - Most Outstanding Player H.S. - High Scorer

2002 Patrick Sparks (Western Kentucky) Danny Granger (Bradley)

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2010-11 Season Review

The 2010-11 season was a year of rejuvenation for the University of Hawai‘i men’s basketball team. After three straight losing seasons, the Rainbow Warriors returned to its winning ways under first-year head coach Gib Arnold. Arnold meshed key veterans, an impact transfer and a bevy of first-year recruits to produce a team that nearly doubled its wins from the year prior. UH finished in a tie for fifth in the Western Athletic Conference, far exceeding its preseason outlook of last place. The year concluded with a postseason appearance, sending seniors Bill Amis, Douglas Kurtz and Hiram Thompson out as winners. The year started with five straight wins, including a Rainbow Classic championship. It was the team’s best start in six years and the team continued its momentum in December. The Rainbow Warriors made a rare neighborisland appearance to Maui with a blowout win over Chicago State, then went 2-1 in the prestigious Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic with wins over teams from the Mountain West and SEC. UH got off to a rough 0-5 start in conference play. But the return of a healthy Amis and the emergence of two-sport athlete Miah Ostrowski at point guard helped right the ship. UH ended the regular season by winning nine of its last 12 games, and eight of its last 11 in WAC play. The Rainbow Warriors ultimately earned its first postseason bid in seven years with an invite to the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. UH won its opening game versus Portland before an enthusiastic home crowd. A second-round loss to San Francisco ended UH’s season, but left fans excited about the future of Rainbow Warrior basketball. Lock-Down Defense: UH proved to be one of the best defensive teams in the nation, finishing 8th in the NCAA rankings in field-goal percentage defense (.391). It was the best mark in school history and only the second time ever that UH has held an opponent to under 40 percent during an entire season’s stretch. UH defense held Portland to just 31 percent shooting from three-point land after the Pilots entered the game third in the NCAA in three-point percentage. During a three-game stretch of wins over La. Tech, Fresno State and San Jose State, 52

the ’Bows held its opponents to 53.7 ppg on 32.2 percent shooting from the field and 25.0 percent from three-point land. The ’Bows held 10 opponents to under 60 points, including a 48-point game at Louisiana Tech (Jan. 15), the lowest point total by a UH opponent this year. Block Party: UH led the WAC in blocks, averaging 4.2 per game and averaged a leaguebest 5.0 bpg in WAC play. The ’Bows recorded a season-high nine blocks in its regular-season finale at Fresno State. Bill Amis, who tied his career-high with six blocks in an overtime win over Nevada, led the WAC with 2.21 bpg in league games. The senior finished with a teamhigh 49 blocks and ranks fifth all-time in the UH record book with 130 career blocks. Amis Closes Career On High Note: Bill Amis, who battled injury during his career at UH, went out with a stellar senior season. After missing the entire 2009-10 season, Amis was sidelined again during a duration of 2010-11, missing 10 straight games with a foot injury. However, he returned to action to key UH’s late-season resurgence. In UH’s last nine regularseason wins he averaged 17.9 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 2.0 bpg and shot 58 percent. During those nine wins he posted four double-doubles and four games with 20 or more points. The native of Oklahoma City, Okla., earned all-WAC second team honors and was named the team’s most outstanding player after averaging 15.2 ppg and 7.8 rpg. Johnson Fills It Up For UH: Junior Zane Johnson, a transfer from Arizona who sat out 2009-10, made his much-anticipated debut worth the wait. The Phoenix native led the team in scoring with 15.8 ppg and was named allWAC honorable mention, all-WAC newcomer and earned WAC Player of the Week honors during the final week of the regular season. Johnson, who set a new school single-season record for three-pointers (98), led the WAC and finished 8th in the NCAA in three-pointers made per game (3.23). He buried six or more three-pointers in seven games, including a career-high nine in a road win at UC Davis, falling one short of tying the single-game school mark. Johnson scored a career-high 32 points in the game, one of nine games on the season in which he scored 20 or more points.

My, Oh Miah: Jeremiah Ostrowski proved to be a key factor in UH’s late-season success. The junior point guard joined the team full-time on Dec. 25 following the football season. He saw his role expand in each and every game before eventually sliding into a starting role. The ‘Aiea, O‘ahu native led the team in assists (76) and steals (26), despite playing in just 20 games. He earned the starting nod in seven of the team’s last eight contests and racked up 52 assists (6.5 apg) in that stretch. He was critical in UH’s win over Nevada, hitting two baskets in the final minutes—including the game-winner with 21 seconds left—to lift UH to a 69-67 overtime win. Ostrowski set a new career-high with 17 points in a CIT first-round win over Portland. His defining moment, however, happened just days after the loss of his father, when he tallied 15 points, six assists and three steals in a nearupset of then-No. 25 Utah State on Jan. 29. By season’s end, Ostrowski was awarded the team most inspirational honors. Coming Up Big: Sophomore big man Vander Joaquim improved by leaps and bounds over the season and his play peaked during WAC play. The native of Angola was the team’s top rebounder (9.1 rpg) and third-leading scorer (11.9 ppg) in league games. He recorded six of his team-leading eight double-doubles in WAC action, including a 22-point, 13-rebound performance vs. Nevada (Jan. 31). In UH’s game against Fresno State (Jan. 20), Joaquim was instrumental in the win recording 13 points and 10 rebounds. He scored eight straight UH points down the stretch and 10 of the team’s final 14 points to seal a 62-52 victory. He was also key in UH’s home overtime win over Nevada (Feb. 14) with a career-high 24 points. Joaquim finished the season averaging 9.5 ppg and a team-leading 8.2 rpg. He ranked second in blocks (40) and was one of just two players this year to appear in all 32 games. Freshmen Made An Impact: Three true freshmen saw heavy minutes this season. Shooting guard Bo Barnes was the top freshman scorer (6.9 ppg) and set a new single-season freshman record with 57 three-pointers. Barnes was one of only two players to appear in all 32 games and finished third on the team in total minutes played (747). Trevor Wiseman, meanwhile, was 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL


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a defensive stopper and Mr. Hustle for UH all year. Wiseman earned team defensive player of the year honors and started six of the final seven games of the year. Point guard Bobby Miles was also a key part of the rotation early on, starting 10 contests and playing the full 40 minutes in UH’s narrow loss to Florida State. Miles dished out a season-high 10 assists in UH’s win over Chicago State (Dec. 17) six days prior. All three freshmen started at least seven games this year and were all in the starting lineup together in UH’s game at BYU (Dec. 4). Stellar Recruiting Class: After being hired in late March of 2010, head coach Gib Arnold hit the pavement running and in a short span yielded a nationally recognized recruiting class. Arnold reeled in four junior-college transfers (Dominick Brumfield, Vander Joaquim, Anthony Salter and Joston Thomas) and three high school standouts (Bo Barnes, Bobby Miles and Trevor Wiseman) who joined early signee Jordan Coleman to form a group ranked No. 5 nationally by The Hoop Scoop. Late-summer transfers Pi‘i Minns (Chaminade) and Davis Rozitis (USC), rounded out the year’s stellar recruiting class. Calling All Nations: UH again fielded a diverse squad with players from five different states (Arizona, California, Hawai‘i, Oklahoma and Washington D.C.) and three foreign countries (Angola, Brazil and Latvia). The U.S. players hail from coast-to-coast with representation from the West, Midwest and East Coast. The international roll call included Vander Joaquim (Angola), Douglas Kurtz (Brazil) and Davis Rozitis (Latvia). Home Cooking: This year marked the 17th season of Rainbow Warrior basketball in the Stan Sheriff Center. UH owns a 217-91 (.705) all-time record in the facility, which is named after the late UH athletics director. UH is 12148 (.716) all-time in non-conference games and 96-43 (.691) all-time in WAC games. Since the start of the 1999-2000 season, the ’Bows have posted a 156-58 record (.729), including a 70-29 mark (.707) during WAC games. UH was 14-5 at home this year, garnering its most home wins since the 2005-06 season. 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

Back in the WAC: Hawai‘i completed its 32nd season in the Western Athletic Conference. The Rainbow Warriors finished with an 8-8 mark, good for a tie for fifth place in the standings. The senior member of the conference, the Rainbow Warriors have won two regular-season titles (1997, 2002) and three tournament titles (1994, 2001, ’02). UH holds a 232-288 (.446) all-time record in regular-season games. Streaks and Milestones 4Zane Johnson set a single-season mark for three-pointers made (98) previously held by Michael Kuebler after a three-pointer in the first half of UH’s final game versus San Francisco (Mar. 19). 4UH qualified for the postseason for the first time since the 2003-04 season. 4UH posted a winning record after three straight losing seasons. 4With 19 wins, UH attained its highest season win total since the 2003-04 season (21-12). 4Gib Arnold posted the most wins by a firstyear head coach since Bruce O’Neil won 19 games in 1973-74. 4UH dropped its sixth straight WAC Tournament game with a 75-74 loss to San Jose State in the first round and have not won a WAC Tournament game since a 72-48 victory over San Jose State in 2005. 4UH accumulated its most road wins (4) since the 2003-04 season (5). 4UH’s 83-69 win at UC Davis on Feb. 19 was its first road win over a non-conference foe since 2007. UH had lost six straight non-conference road games and seven straight non-conference away games (including neutral) during that stretch. 4Zane Johnson nailed nine three pointers, one shy of a school record in the win over UC Davis. Johnson’s 15 three-point attempts set a new single-game record. 4UH snapped a 15-game road and 17-game away (including neutral) losing streak dating back to the 2008-09 season with a 56-48 win over Louisiana Tech on Jan. 15. UH had lost 13 straight WAC road games dating back to 2009. 4UH’s 44 points against Idaho on Jan. 6 was its lowest offensive output since a 37-point performance against Oklahoma State in 1998. 4Gib Arnold was the first UH skipper to win his UH debut since his father Frank accom-

plished the feat with a 79-76 win over Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 22, 1985. 4UH is 80-9 (.899) when shooting 50 percent or higher from the field in a game since 2000, including 6-2 this year. 4UH is 63-7 (.900) when scoring 80 or more points since 2000, including 4-1 this season.

2010-11 Highlights 4UH completed a turnaround season under head coach Gib Arnold with 19 wins, nearly doubling the win total (10) from the year prior and assuring itself a winning record after three straight losing seasons. 4UH won its first five games of the season for its best start in six years. 4UH began its season by capturing the Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic, including a nationally televised win over Central Michigan. 4UH finished in fifth place in the Diamond Head Classic with wins over Utah and Mississippi State. The team’s only loss came at the hands of Florida State, a team that moved on to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. 4 After an 0-5 conference start, UH ended the regular season by winning nine of its last 12 games, and eight of its last 11 in WAC play. 4 UH earned a bid to the CollegeInsider. com Postseason Tournament and won its first-round game versus Portland. It was the program’s first postseason appearance and first postseason win since 2003-04. 4 The ’Bows posted a 14-5 record at home and accumulated its most road wins (4) since the 2003-04 season. 4 The team set a school record and ranked eighth in the country in field-goal percentage defense (.389) 4 All-WAC Newcomer Zane Johnson set a new single-season record for three-pointers made in a season (98). 4 Bill Amis concludes his career by earning allWAC second-team and team most outstanding player honors.

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2010-11 Team Results

RECORD All Games Conference Non-Conference DATE 11/12/10 11/13/10 11/15/10 11/19/10 11/24/10 12/01/10 12/04/10 12/11/10 12/17/10 12/22/10 12/23/10 12/25/10 12/29/10 12/31/10 01/06/11 01/08/11 01/13/11 01/15/11 01/20/11 01/22/11 01/29/11 02/03/11 02/05/11 02/14/11 02/19/11 02/24/11 02/26/11 03/03/11 03/05/11 03/09/11 03/15/11 03/19/11

OVERALL 19-13 8-8 11-5

OPPONENT !Montana State !Cal State Fullerton !Central Michigan Central Arkansas Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Cal Poly @vs Brigham Young Hawai`i Pacific #vs Chicago State $Florida State $Utah $Mississippi State *at Utah State *at Nevada *Idaho *Boise State *at New Mexico State *at Louisiana State *Fresno State *San Jose State *Utah State *at Boise State *at Idaho *Nevada at UC Davis *Louisiana Tech *New Mexico State *at San Jose State *at Fresno State %vs San Jose State ^Portland ^San Francisco

HOME 14-5 5-3 9-2 W/L W W W W W L L W W L W W L L L L L W W W L(OT2) W L W(OT) W W W W L L W L

AWAY 4-6 3-5 1-1 Score 77-59 84-70 65-62 83-69 70-63 54-53 78-57 72-50 86-57 70-62 68-55 68-57 74-66 86-69 59-44 79-55 82-64 56-48 62-52 67-61 89-84 73-66 75-61 69-67 83-69 71-58 76-70 77-71 85-70 75-74 76-64 77-74

NEUTRAL 1-2 0-0 1-2 Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 5-2 6-2 7-2 7-3 8-3 9-3 9-4 9-5 9-6 9-7 9-8 10-8 11-8 12-8 12-9 13-9 13-10 14-10 15-10 16-10 17-10 18-10 18-11 18-12 19-12 19-13

ATTENDANCE Home Away Neutral

HI POINTS Thompson (21) Amis (24) Amis (17) Amis/Johnson (15) Johnson/Thomas (16) Johnson (11) Thompson (15) Johnson (18) Johnson (21) Johnson (24) Johnson (17) Johnson (19) Johnson (24) Joaquim (24) Thompson (9) Johnson (18) Johnson (25) Amis (22) Joaquim (13) Amis (22) Johnson (25) Amis (22) Joaquim (14) Joaquim (24) Johnson (32) Amis (18) Johnson (22) Johnson (26) Johnson (21) Amis (23) Johnson (19) Three w/ (13)

GAMES 19 10 3

TOTAL 120674 37168 174949

AVG/GAME 6351 3717 5702

HI REBOUNDS Hi Assists Attend. Wiseman/Amis (7) Miles/Thompson (4) 6416 Amis (9) Thompson (7) 6239 Amis (8) Johnson (3) 6054 Thomas (9) Miles (5) 5978 Joaquim (16) Thompson (3) 5676 Joaquim (11) Johnson (4) 1509 Joaquim (12) Miles (2) 13312 Kurtz (12) Miles (6) 5507 Joaquim (8) Miles (10) 981 Joaquim (7) Miles (6) 8544 Joaquim (7) Barnes/Thompson (2) 6667 Joaquim (11) Thompson (5) 6694 Johnson (4) Thompson (9) 7025 Joaquim (13) Thompson (3) 4308 Joaquim (7) Johnson (2) 5605 Joaquim (8) multiple players (1) 6451 Joaquim (12) Johnson/Barnes (3) 5522 Amis/Joaquim (12) Johnson (2) 1719 Amis/Joaquim (10) Thompson (5) 5492 Thomas (14) Thompson/Thomas (3) 6236 Amis (12) Ostrowski (6) 8127 Joaquim (12) Ostrowski (8) 3418 Joaquim (14) multiple players (3) 1191 Amis (13) Wiseman (3) 5813 Wiseman (8) Ostrowski (7) 1736 Joaquim (9) Ostrowski (7) 6105 Joaquim (15) Ostrowski (7) 8148 Amis (9) Ostrowski (10) 2823 Amis/Thomas (7) Johnson/Ostrowski (3) 7917 Joaquim/ Ostrowski (8) Ostrowski (8) 2814 Amis (13) Ostrowski (4) 4431 Amis (13) Ostrowski (6) 6491

! = Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) @ = at Salt Lake City, Utah # = at Lahaina, Maui $ = Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic (Honolulu) %Verizon Western Athletic Conference Tournament (Las Vegas) ^ = CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament * = Conference Game

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2010-11 individual statistics ALL GAMES ## Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3M-3A Pct 03 Zane Johnson 31-30 1059-34.2 157-359 .437 98-241 .407 04 Bill Amis 22-22 691-31.4 137-251 .546 3-10 .300 05 Joston Thomas 31-21 698-22.5 111-261 .425 5-32 .156 15 Vander Joaquim 32-31 837-26.2 116-224 .518 0-3 .000 02 Hiram Thompson 24-22 590-24.6 54-130 .415 15-51 .294

FT-FTA 77-95 58-75 74-156 72.102

REBOUNDS Pct Off-Def-Tot Avg .811 7-90-97 3.1 .773 45-127-172 7.8 .587 44-115-159 5.1 .706 95-168-263 8.2

76-104 33-45 31-54 45-66 22-41 14-22

.731 .733 .574 .682 .537 .636

PF-FO 83-2 51-2 74-1 96-4

A 58 19 33 24

TO 66 51 85 57

Blk 4 49 25 11

Stl 17 22 18 11

Pts 489 335 301 304

Avg 15.8 15.2 9.7 9.5

47-2 58-2 40-1 73-1 48-4 44-1

61 22 76 27 56

51 27 42 41 45

1 1 0 2 4

25 16 26 22 14

199 222 108 125 65

8.3 6.9 5.4 4.2 2.2

11 21 23

4 56 0 25 7 Anthony Salter 5-0 31-6.2 3-9 .333 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 1-3-4 0.8 2-0 3 6 0 2 7 Dominick Brumfield 11-0 37-3.4 2-12 .167 0-4 .000 1-4 .250 2-8-10 0.9 4-0 0 4 0 0 5 Jordan Coleman 2-0 8-4.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-3-3 1.5 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 Team 30-54-84 3 9 Hawai‘i 32 6475 760-1685 .451 193-541 .357 503-734 .685 325-830-1155 36.1 623-20 380 509 134 177 2216 Opponents 32 6475 733-1883 .389 215-661 .325 470-678 .693 395-697-1092 34.1 638-0 396 419 91 224 2151

2.0 1.4 0.5 0.0

Score By Periods Hawai‘i Opponents

24 11 20 01 34

Bo Barnes Jeremiah Ostrowski Trevor Wiseman Bobby Miles Douglas Kurtz

32-8 20-7 30-8 29-10 28-1

1st 1083 1033

747-23.3 491-24.6 595-19.8 452-15.6 239-8.5

66-182 34.90 40-77 19-52 21-37

2nd 1105 1087

.363 57-141 .388 .378 9-34 .265 .519 0-0 .000 .365 5-14 .357 .568 0-0 .000

OT 17 15

OT2 11 16

10-40-50 7-49-56 4-39-42 50-69-119 8-29-37 22-36-58

2.1 1.8 2.2 4.0 1.3 2.1

69.2 67.2

Total 2216 2151

WAC GAMES ## Player GP-GS Min-Avg 03 Zane Johnson 15-15 547-36.5 04 Bill Amis 14-14 432-30.9 15 Vander Joaquim 16-15 485-30.3 05 Joston Thomas 16-9 329-20.6 24 02 11 20 01 34

Bo Barnes Hiram Thompson Jeremiah Ostrowski Trevor Wiseman Bobby Miles Douglas Kurtz

16-2 13-13 15-3 14-3 14-5 14-1

FG-FGA 82-182 83-160 73-133 48-123

314-19.6 290-22.3 339-22.6 269-19.2 165-11.8 85-6.1

25-77 19-56 21-64 15-31 7-20 7-15

REBOUNDS Pct 3M-3A Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def-Tot Avg .451 49-120 .408 25-34 .735 3-39-42 2.8 .519 1-6 .167 36-48 .750 28-82-110 7.9 .549 0-2 .000 45-63 .714 53-93-146 9.1 .390 1-10 .100 26-46 .565 26-58-84 5.3 .325 .339 .328 .484 .350 .467

22-66 4-19 6-25 0-0 1-5 0-0

.33 .211 .240 .000 .200 .000

17-23 22-38 25-37 16-21 3-8 2-2

.739 .579 .676 .762 .375

3-18-21 5-13-18 3-20-23 20-28-48 3-6-9

1.3 1.4 1.5 3.4 0.6

PF-FO 42-1 33-2 57-3 35-1

A 28 12 14 13

TO 31 32 34 35

37-2 27-1 30-1 33-0 23-3

7 28 54 13 15

13 24 27 17 15

Blk Stl Pts Avg 3 9 238 15.9 31 10 203 14.5 28 6 191 11.9 13 8 123 7.7 0 9 89 5.6 0 10 64 4.9 0 16 73 4.9 1 8 46 3.3 0 3 18 1.3

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4-11-15 1.1 15-0 0 7 4 0 16 1.000 Dominick Brumfield 7-0 20-2.9 1-6 .167 0-4 .000 1-4 .250 2-1-3 0.4 4-0 0 1 0 0 3 Team 12-17-29 1 5 Hawai‘i 16 3275 381-867 .439 84-257 .327 218-324 .673 162-386-548 34.2 337-14 181 241 80 79 1064 Opponents 16 3275 371-909 .408 106-292 .363 274-396 .692 201-369-570 35.6 301-0 213 205 49 106 1122

Score By Periods Hawai‘i Opponents

1st 509 518

2nd 527 573

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OT 17 15

OT2 11 16

1.1 0.4 66.5 70.1

Total 1064 1122

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2010-11 superlatives Team/Individual Highs Points

Team Individual

86 32

Field Goals Made Team Individual

31 11

vs. Chicago State (Dec. 17) Z. Johnson at UC Davis (Feb. 19) vs. Central Arkansas (Nov. 19) Z. Johnson at UC Davis (Feb. 19)

Field Goals Attempted Team Individual

65 19 17

vs. Nevada (Feb. 14) Z. Johnson at New Mexico State (Jan. 13) twice by Z. Johnson

Field-Goal Percentage

Team .632 (24-38) at Utah State (Dec. 29) Individual .818 (9-11) B. Amis vs. San Jose State (Jan. 22)

3-pt. Field Goals Made Team Individual

12 9

vs. Chicago State (Dec. 17) Z. Johnson at UC Davis (Feb. 19)

3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Team Individual

27 15

vs. Florida State (Dec. 22) Z. Johnson at UC Davis (Feb. 19)

3-pt. Field-Goal Percentage

Team .571 (8-14) at Utah State (Dec. 29) Individual .857 (6-7) Z. Johnson vs Utah State (Jan. 29)

Free Throws Made Team Individual

28 10 10

vs. Portland (Mar. 13) Z. Johnson vs. Portland (Mar. 15) J. Thomas vs. San Jose State (Mar. 9)

Free Throws Attempted Team Individual

39 16

vs. Portland (Mar. 15) J. Thomas vs. San Jose State (Mar. 9)

Free-Throw Percentage

Bill Amis (above left), one of a trio of team captains, led UH in field goal percentage and blocks in 2010-11. Freshman guard Bobby Miles dished out a seasonhigh 10 assists in UH’s win over Chicago State.

Top Performances Scoring

No 32 26 25 24 24 24 24

Player Z. Johnson at UC Davis (Feb. 19) Z. Johnson at San Jose State (Mar. 3) Z. Johnson vs. Utah Sate (Jan. 29) V. Joaquim vs. Nevada (Feb. 14) Z. Johnson at Utah State (Dec. 29) Z. Johnson vs. Florida State (Dec. 22) B. Amis vs. Cal State Fullerton (Nov. 13)

Rebounding

No Player 16 V. Joaquim vs. Arkansas Pine-Bluff (Nov. 24) 15 V. Joaquim vs. New Mexico State (Feb. 26)

Assists

Team .870 (20-23) vs. Brigham Young (Dec. 4) Individual 1.000 (10-10) Z. Johnson vs. Portland (Mar. 15)

No Player 10 J. Ostrowski at San Jose State (Mar. 3) 10 B. Miles vs. Chicago State (Dec. 17)

Rebounds

Steals 51 16

vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (Dec. 11) V. Joaquim vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Nov. 24)

No Player 5 B. Amis vs. Portland (Mar. 15) 3 By many

Team Individual

21 10 10

at San Jose State (Mar. 3) J. Ostrowski at San Jose State (Mar. 3) B. Miles vs. Chicago State (Dec. 17)

Blocked Shots

Team Individual

11 5

vs. Portland (Mar. 15) B. Amis vs. Portland (Mar. 15)

Team Individual

Assists

Steals

Blocked Shots Team Individual

56

9 6

No Player 6 B. Amis vs. Nevada (Feb. 14) 5 V. Joaquim vs. New Mexico State (Feb. 26)

at Fresno State (Mar. 5) B. Amis vs. Nevada (Feb. 14)

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2010-11 game-by-game stats

Opponent W/L Score at Hawai‘i W 77 Montana State 59 at Hawai‘i W 84 CS Fullerton 70 at Hawai‘i 65 W Central Michigan 62 at Hawai‘i W 83 Central Arkansas 79 at Hawai‘i W 70 Arkansas Pine-Bluff 63 Hawai‘i L 53 at Cal Poly 54 Hawai‘i L 57 vs Brigham Young 78 at Hawai‘i W 72 Hawai‘i Pacific 50 vs Hawai‘i W 86 Chicago State 57 at Hawai‘i L 62 Florida State 70 at Hawai‘i W 68 Utah 55 at Hawai‘i W 68 Mississippi State 57 Hawai‘i L 66 at Utah State 74 Hawai‘i L 69 at Nevada 86 at Hawai‘i L 44 Idaho 59 at Hawai‘i L 55 Boise State 79 Hawai‘i L 64 at New Mexico State 82 Hawai‘i W 56 at Louisiana Tech 48 at Hawai‘i W 62 Fresno State 52 at Hawai‘i W 67 San Jose State 61 at Hawai‘i L (2OT) 84 Utah State 89 Hawai‘i W 73 at Boise State 66 Hawai‘i L 61 at Idaho 75 at Hawai‘i W (OT) 69 Nevada 67 Hawai‘i W 83 at UC Davis 69 at Hawai‘i W 71 Louisiana Tech 58 at Hawai‘i W 76 New Mexico State 70 Hawai‘i W 77 at San Jose State 71 Hawai‘i L 70 at Fresno State 85 Hawai‘i L 74 vs. San Jose State 75 at Hawai‘i W 76 Portland 64 at Hawaii 74 San Francisco L 77

1H 32 32 41 35 33 34 46 30 29 32 28 26 27 43 37 26 39 29 25 33 37 33 42 23 30 34 29 45 29 34 31 29 29 42 29 25 41 21 31 24 27 33 29 28 32 38 32 27 38 37 41 22 41 33 36 37 28 46 42 37 38 32 40 33

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2H 45 27 43 35 32 28 39 37 41 31 25 28 30 35 35 24 47 28 37 37 31 22 26 34 36 40 40 41 15 25 24 50 35 40 27 23 21 31 36 37 39 33 44 38 29 37 27 32 45 32 30 36 35 37 41 34 42 39 32 38 38 32 44 34

OT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7/11 7/16 - - - - 10 8 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

FG-FGA 29-59 22-59 28-54 25-62 21-39 21-55 31-56 28-65 19-47 23-58 18-35 18-54 18-59 29-58 26-57 19-64 25-57 21-59 18-51 20-62 18-43 19-57 23-52 17-63 24-38 21-46 23-54 30-64 15-51 21-48 16-47 24-51 24-63 25-51 22-52 17-59 22-54 22-60 24-53 19-61 28-64 28-62 27-46 25-61 24-55 24-50 27-65 23-62 28-46 25-54 22-44 19-51 28-62 22-61 28-60 25-67 27-59 26-55 26-52 24-58 23-53 26-74 28-58 25-72

Pct 3FG-3A Pct FT-FTA Pct .492 10-23 .435 9-20 .450 .373 12-28 .429 3-9 .373 .519 10-24 .417 18-23 .783 .403 9-32 .281 11-13 .846 .538 4-11 .364 19-25 .760 .382 6-25 .240 14-18 .778 .554 10-19 .526 11-14 .786 .431 8-26 .308 5-9 .556 .404 7-19 .368 25-34 .735 .397 7-20 .350 10-15 .667 .514 5-14 .357 12-17 .706 .333 5-25 .200 13-18 .722 .305 1-13 .077 20-23 .870 .500 6-19 .316 14-17 .824 .456 9-21 .429 11-23 .478 .297 5-18 .278 7-11 .636 .439 12-25 .480 24-34 .706 .356 4-15 .267 11-21 .524 .353 11-27 .407 15-20 .750 .323 10-27 .370 20-32 .625 .419 5-9 .556 27-37 .730 .333 1-15 .067 16-24 .667 .442 6-24 .250 16-24 .667 .270 6-25 .240 17-20 .850 .632 8-14 .571 10-15 .667 .457 7-23 .304 25-30 .833 .426 4-14 .286 19-27 .704 .469 10-26 .385 16-24 .667 .294 3-22 .136 11-16 .688 .438 6-17 .353 11-15 .733 .340 2-12 .167 21-28 .750 .471 9-17 .529 22-29 .759 .381 4-19 .211 12-19 .632 .490 6-15 .400 26-40 .650 .423 2-10 .200 10-18 .556 .288 2-14 .143 12-19 .632 .407 7-15 .467 11-18 .611 .367 6-23 .261 2-7 .286 .453 3-16 .188 16-23 .696 .311 5-15 .333 18-28 .643 .438 8-15 .533 20-30 .667 .452 9-20 .450 24-31 .774 .587 5-13 .385 14-20 .700 .410 6-26 .231 10-13 .769 .436 6-17 .352 7-12 .583 .480 10-18 .555 17-21 .809 .415 4-17 .235 11-19 .579 .371 5-16 .312 16-26 .615 .609 11-20 .550 16-22 .727 .463 10-26 .385 9-16 .563 .500 6-18 .333 21-30 .700 .373 5-19 .263 15-24 .625 .452 7-17 .412 13-16 .813 .361 5-18 .278 21-29 .724 .467 9-21 .429 12-15 .800 .373 8-13 .615 13-18 .724 .458 6-17 .353 10-18 .556 .473 7-12 .583 26-42 .619 .500 4-15 .267 18-30 .600 .414 6-13 .462 21-27 .778 .434 2-8 .250 28-39 .718 .351 8-26 .308 4-8 .500 .483 2-12 .167 16-25 .640 .347 6-29 .207 21-24 .875

OR 16 11 11 15 6 9 10 10 8 5 6 10 20 9 15 12 13 9 10 23 7 16 11 18 2 18 13 16 10 12 11 12 15 15 10 14 11 7 9 14 8 8 9 11 13 11 15 12 6 5 6 8 10 9 12 18 8 16 7 10 9 16 8 16

DR Tot 28 44 19 30 22 33 17 32 22 28 14 23 28 38 16 26 32 40 23 28 28 34 14 24 23 43 24 33 36 51 22 34 32 45 22 31 23 33 25 48 22 29 23 39 30 41 18 36 11 13 14 32 25 38 24 40 18 28 28 40 19 30 24 36 19 34 28 43 33 43 25 39 31 42 25 32 29 38 24 38 28 36 30 38 27 36 13 24 17 30 19 30 27 42 27 39 26 32 15 20 27 33 20 28 32 42 21 30 21 33 20 38 22 30 27 43 30 37 24 34 32 41 25 41 30 38 27 43

PF 13 21 15 19 18 23 14 20 16 22 16 17 18 21 16 18 17 24 28 21 23 27 18 18 25 14 23 21 16 16 23 24 33 20 22 20 10 17 22 21 23 23 17 14 14 14 19 19 17 17 22 24 22 19 16 18 29 17 23 24 15 25 19 20

A 14 15 15 11 8 5 17 13 12 12 10 13 6 17 12 9 17 12 15 12 7 2 10 9 14 15 10 16 5 9 5 12 11 14 8 7 12 15 10 9 13 17 13 16 13 14 10 10 17 18 11 13 12 12 21 14 13 21 18 10 9 15 12 10

TO 12 12 14 16 20 12 23 18 19 13 27 13 16 9 16 12 17 16 23 16 12 18 14 13 13 14 15 11 15 21 15 13 20 16 20 17 12 10 14 9 14 15 20 8 15 14 11 11 15 11 13 13 16 9 12 9 16 15 8 8 14 16 18 11

Blk 3 3 6 2 1 2 5 0 2 2 6 0 1 4 2 1 4 2 1 7 5 7 1 3 1 2 1 7 4 0 3 1 3 5 6 2 3 2 7 2 6 3 7 4 8 1 8 3 2 0 2 1 7 3 5 4 9 9 4 3 4 5 7 1

Stl 7 6 8 7 5 8 9 6 5 10 7 8 2 4 5 6 7 10 7 14 8 1 4 8 4 6 3 5 8 6 5 5 5 7 3 10 5 5 3 5 6 4 4 7 8 9 3 6 4 8 8 3 5 9 4 6 7 11 4 3 11 9 5 10

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2010-11 Game Recaps Game 1 Nov. 12, 2010 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Montana State

59

Hawai‘i

Game 2 Nov. 13, 2010 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Cal State Fullerton

Central Michigan

70

Hawai‘i

77

Game 3 Nov. 15, 2010 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

62

Hawai‘i

84

65

The Gib Arnold era got off to a rousing start as UH opened the 2010-11 season with a 77-59 win over Montana State in the Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic. The game was tied at halftime but the ’Bows absolutely rolled in the second half, scoring the first points of the half and never trailing again. UH, behind an energetic performance on both ends of the court, built its lead to as many as 24 points. Senior Hiram Thompson led three Rainbow Warriors in double figures with a career-high 21 points, while freshman Bo Barnes came off the bench for 19 points.

Hawai‘i used a late surge to earn an 84-70 victory over Cal State Fullerton. The Bows (2-0) ended the game with a 14-0 run to race past the Titans and put itself in position for the tournament title on Monday night. UH got another balanced effort, led by senior Bill Amis who tallied a career-high 24 points while adding nine rebounds, three blocks and three steals. Bo Barnes scored 19 points. Hiram Thompson scored 17 of his 18 points after the break. The ‘Bows, who held a six-point lead at half, shot 64 percent from the floor in the second.

Hawai‘i captured the Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic title with a hard-earned 65-62 victory. UH improved to 3-0 on the season for its best start in six years. The nationally-televised game was emotionally charged from the get-go with the Rainbow Warriors eventually grinding out the win. The lead changed hands 11 times, including seven times in the second half, before UH took the lead for good at the four-minute mark and held off a game Chippewa (1-2) squad. Bill Amis led the way for UH with 17 points on 8-of11 shooting, while also adding eight rebounds.

Montana State (0-1) ## Player 04 Rod Singleton, * 15 Bobby Howard * 23 Erik Rush * 33 Danny Piepoli * 34 Cody Anderson * 01 Chris McCall, 03 Casey Trujeque 12 Tor Anderson 20 Shawn Reid 21 Jourdain Allou 24 Tre Johnson 40 Jeff Budnich, Totals Hawai`i (1-0) ## Player 02 Hiram Thompson * 03 Zane Johnson * 04 Bill Amis * 05 Joston Thomas * 15 Vander Joaquim * 01 Bobby Miles 11 Anthony Salter 20 Trevor Wiseman 24 Bo Barnes 34 Douglas Kurtz Totals

Cal State Fullerton (0-2) ## Player FG 03 Devon Peltier * 1-12 14 Orlando Brown * 4-6 15 Orane Chin * 9-16 21 Perry Webster * 2-5 45 Steve Jurich * 2-7 11 Roger Guardia 0-2 13 Isiah Umipig 4-10 32 Eric Williams 1-1 33 Sedric Martin 2-3 Totals 25-62

FG 3-7 6-14 7-16 2-5 1-2 1-2 0-1 0-0 2-8 0-1 0-1 0-2 22-59

3FG 3-3 3-7 1-6 2-2 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-28

FT 0-0 2-2 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 3-9

R 1 9 3 3 5 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 30

F 1 2 3 1 3 1 2 0 2 2 3 1 21

TP 9 17 15 6 2 3 0 0 6 0 1 0 59

A T 2 2 0 2 9 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 15 12

B 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3

FG 3FG FT R F TP A T B 8-9 3-3 2-4 6 1 21 4 2 0 0-5 0-3 0-1 0 4 0 1 1 0 3-8 0-2 1-2 7 2 7 1 2 1 7-13 2-4 2-4 6 1 18 1 2 2 2-4 0-0 0-0 6 4 4 0 0 0 0-1 0-0 2-2 2 0 2 4 2 0 1-4 0-2 0-0 2 1 2 1 2 0 1-2 0-0 0-4 7 0 2 2 0 0 7-13 5-9 0-1 6 0 19 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0 2 0 1 0 29-59 10-23 9-20 44 13 77 14 12 3

S 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6

M 26 31 33 18 22 5 10 3 23 5 13 11 200

S M 1 24 0 17 2 26 2 21 0 20 0 15 0 16 2 18 0 36 0 7 7 200

Game 4 Nov. 19, 2010 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Central Arkansas

69 83

Hawai‘i

Hawai‘i continued its hot early-season start with an 83-69 win over Central Arkansas. The Rainbow Warriors improved to 4-0 with their third double-digit win of the young season. All 12 players who suited saw action by halftime as the Rainbow Warriors used a balanced attack and some hot shooting early on to coast to the win. Zane Johnson tallied 15 points and Bo Barnes added 14 as the pair combined to nail eight of UH’s 10 three-pointers. Bill Amis also scored 15 points with 11 of those coming in the first half. R 4 2 6 1 3 0 2 4 3 26

F 2 2 3 3 1 2 2 4 1 20

TP 2 10 17 8 7 2 0 7 16 69

A T 2 4 0 1 0 2 4 3 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 3 13 18

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 6

M 29 28 35 26 27 6 8 19 22 200

Hawai`i (4-0) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 04 Bill Amis f 6-10 1-1 2-2 3 05 Joston Thomas f 6-9 0-1 0-1 9 15 Vander Joaquim c 3-4 0-0 2-2 4 02 Hiram Thompson g 0-2 0-2 2-2 1 03 Zane Johnson g 5-8 4-6 1-1 2 01 Bobby Miles 1-3 0-1 2-4 3 11 Anthony Salter 1-2 1-1 0-0 1 20 Trevor Wiseman 4-6 0-0 0-0 4 21 Dominick Brumfield 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 23 Jordan Coleman 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 24 Bo Barnes 4-8 4-7 2-2 3 34 Douglas Kurtz 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 Totals 31-56 10-19 11-14 38

F 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 14

TP 15 12 8 2 15 4 3 8 0 0 14 2 83

A T 1 4 2 4 1 0 4 1 1 2 5 4 0 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 17 23

B 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 5

S 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 9

M 28 26 16 14 26 21 6 15 3 7 27 11 200

FT 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-0 5-9

Officials: Mike Scyphers, Tony Padilla, Eric Morales Technical fouls: Central Arkansas-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 5,978 Score by Periods Central Arkansas Hawai`i

58

1st 2nd Total 30 39 69 46 37 83

TP 3 9 27 6 7 0 10 2 6 70

A T 0 1 0 1 0 2 7 3 0 2 0 1 3 2 0 1 1 3 11 16

B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

S 0 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 7

M 20 29 35 33 33 9 26 3 12 200

Hawai`i (2-0) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 02 Hiram Thompson * 4-9 2-4 8-10 3 03 Zane Johnson * 3-9 3-8 4-4 2 04 Bill Amis * 10-13 0-0 4-5 9 05 Joston Thomas * 3-7 0-1 0-1 5 15 Vander Joaquim * 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 01 Bobby Miles 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 11 Anthony Salter 1-3 0-2 0-0 1 20 Trevor Wiseman 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 24 Bo Barnes 7-12 5-9 0-1 3 34 Douglas Kurtz 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 Totals 28-54 10-24 18-23 33

Central Michigan (1-2) ## Player 00 Trey Zeigler * 10 Andre Coimbra * 23 Derek Jackson * 31 Jalin Thomas * 34 William McClure * 02 Amir Rashid 05 Finis Craddock, 11 Paris Paramore 12 Nate VanArendonk 24 Antonio Weary 33 Colin Voss Totals

FT R 6-8 5 0-0 3 1-2 1 3-4 3 0-0 4 0-0 0 4-4 1 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 2 14-18 23

F 3 4 2 5 4 0 2 0 0 3 0 23

TP 24 8 8 14 2 0 6 0 0 0 0 62

A 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 5

T 5 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 12

B 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

S 1 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 8

M 37 36 32 36 21 6 10 0+ 5 7 10 200

F 2 2 3 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 15

TP 18 13 24 6 0 2 2 0 19 0 84

A T 7 1 3 1 0 4 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 0 15 14

B 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 6

S 2 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 8

M 32 34 36 27 5 7 6 13 29 11 200

Hawai`i (2-0) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 02 Hiram Thompson * 4-5 1-1 6-6 1 03 Zane Johnson * 3-7 2-6 5-6 4 04 Bill Amis * 8-11 1-1 0-0 8 05 Joston Thomas * 4-12 0-2 6-9 5 15 Vander Joaquim * 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 01 Bobby Miles 0-0 0-0 0-2 2 11 Anthony Salter 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 20 Trevor Wiseman 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 24 Bo Barnes 0-2 0-1 2-2 2 34 Douglas Kurtz 1-1 0-0 0-0 4 Totals 21-39 4-11 19-25 28

F 5 1 3 3 0 1 0 1 2 2 18

TP 15 13 17 14 0 0 0 2 2 2 65

A 1 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 8

T 7 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 2 2 20

B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5

M 29 30 30 33 7 12 2 7 26 24 200

Score by Periods Cal State Fullerton Hawai`i

1st 2nd Total 32 27 59 32 45 77

Central Arkansas (1-2) ## Player FG 3FG 10 Mark Rutledge f 1-8 0-4 21 Chris Henson f 5-9 0-3 44 Carlos Dos Santos c 8-12 0-0 03 Dewan Clayborn g 3-9 2-5 05 Mike Pouncy g 3-6 1-1 11 Jacquan McClinton 1-1 0-0 15 TK Smith 0-4 0-4 20 Imad Qahwash 1-5 1-2 25 Ryan Williams 6-11 4-7 Totals 28-65 8-26

F 1 2 4 4 2 0 1 0 5 19

Officials: Scott Thornley, Shawn Lehigh, Todd Apo Attendance: 6,239

Officials: Scott Thornley, Bobby Vetkoetter, Ryan Wells Attendance: 6,416 Score by Periods Montana State Hawai`i

FT R 1-1 3 0-0 8 5-6 3 1-2 5 2-2 2 0-0 2 0-0 3 0-0 0 2-2 3 11-13 32

3FG 0-7 1-2 4-7 1-1 1-5 0-2 2-8 0-0 0-0 9-32

Score by Periods Central Michigan Hawai`i

Game 5 Nov. 24, 2010 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Arkansas-Pine Bluff

63

Game 6

1st 2nd Total 34 28 62 33 32 65

Hawai‘i overcame a lackluster first half with a strong second-half performance to defeat Arkansas Pine Bluff, 70-63. The Rainbow Warriors improved to a perfect 5-0 with the win. Playing its first game without injured senior leader Bill Amis, UH found difficulty getting into rhythm and trailed by three at halftime. But the Rainbow Warriors ramped up their play after the break to preserve their unblemished record. Joston Thomas and Zane Johnson led UH with 16 points each with Johnson scoring all but three of his points in the decisive second half.

Dec. 1, 2010 • Mott Gym • San Luis Obispo, CA

Hawai‘i

70

Hawai‘i

3FG 0-2 3-4 1-1 1-5 2-4 0-2 0-2 0-0 7-20

3FG 2-4 2-3 1-8 1-6 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 6-25

Officials: Bobby Vetkoetter, Ryan Wells, Shawn Lehigh Attendance: 6,054

1st 2nd Total 35 35 70 41 43 84

Arkansas-Pine Bluff (0-5) ## Player FG 15 Allen Smith * 2-6 23 Savalace Townsend * 8-14 24 Dominic Moore * 1-4 30 GavinMontgomery * 7-17 52 Terrell Kennedy * 4-10 10 Antonio Ootsey 0-2 25 Marcel Mosley 1-5 42 Anthony Jones 0-0 Totals 23-58

FG 8-19 3-4 3-12 5-12 1-2 0-2 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 21-55

54 53

Cal Poly

Hawai‘i suffered its first loss of the season in excruciating fashion with 54-53 setback to Cal Poly. Chris O’Brien’s put-back as time expired proved the game-winner as UH fell to 5-1 after its first road game of the year. O’Brien’s put-back concluded a wild final minute of action. The ’Bows overcame a four-point deficit to take a one-point lead only to have the game snatched away on the final play. With its last possession Cal Poly (3-3) scrambled for a final shot. Shawn Lewis launched an errant three-pointer and Will Donahue’s rebound and mid range shot was also off the mark. But O’Brien was waiting on the weakside to convert at the buzzer and hand Hawai‘i its first blemish of the year.

FT R 1-3 1 6-7 1 1-2 7 1-2 4 1-1 6 0-0 3 0-0 3 0-0 0 10-15 28

F 2 2 4 3 5 1 5 0 22

TP 5 25 4 16 11 0 2 0 63

A T 5 1 1 4 1 0 0 1 0 5 2 0 3 2 0 0 12 13

B S M 1 1 35 0 2 32 1 0 28 0 5 38 0 1 33 0 1 13 0 0 21 0 0 0 2 10 200

Hawai‘i (5-1) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 05 Joston Thomas f 5-11 0-3 0-0 4 20 Trevor Wiseman f 2-2 0-0 4-4 6 15 Vander Joaquim c 3-3 0-0 0-2 11 02 Hiram Thompson g 1-5 0-1 2-2 7 03 Zane Johnson g 2-6 1-4 6-7 1 01 Bobby Miles 3-4 2-2 0-2 0 24 Bo Barnes 2-4 2-4 0-0 1 34 Douglas Kurtz 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 Totals 18-35 5-14 12-17 34

F 3 4 0 1 2 2 1 3 16

TP 10 8 6 4 11 8 6 0 53

A T 2 8 0 1 0 4 3 3 4 3 1 2 0 2 0 2 10 27

B 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 6

S 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 7

M 26 25 26 34 27 25 28 9 200

Hawai`i (5-0) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 02 Hiram Thompson * 3-6 1-1 8-10 1 03 Zane Johnson * 4-14 3-10 5-6 3 05 Joston Thomas * 6-11 0-1 4-6 6 15 Vander Joaquim * 2-4 0-0 1-3 16 24 Bo Barnes * 3-8 3-7 0-0 0 01 Bobby Miles 0-2 0-0 4-5 2 11 Anthony Salter 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 20 Trevor Wiseman 0-1 0-0 3-4 5 34 Douglas Kurtz 1-1 0-0 0-0 4 Totals 19-47 7-19 25-34 40

F 3 2 3 2 1 2 0 2 1 16

TP 15 16 16 5 9 4 0 3 2 70

A T 3 6 2 1 1 5 1 3 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 12 19

B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2

Cal Poly (3-3) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 34 David Hanson f 5-9 1-4 3-5 3 44 Will Donahue c 3-7 0-0 2-2 6 02 Chris O’Brien g 5-11 1-3 0-0 5 03 Maliik Love g 1-4 0-2 1-3 1 23 Shawn Lewis g 3-13 3-7 6-6 5 05 Jordan Lewis 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 13 Dylan Royer 0-5 0-5 0-0 0 22 Drake U’u 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 24 Jamal Johnson 0-2 0-2 1-2 0 55 Ryan Pembleton 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Totals 18-54 5-25 13-18 24

F 0 3 2 3 4 3 1 1 0 0 17

TP 14 8 11 3 15 2 0 0 1 0 54

A T 1 1 5 3 2 1 2 0 1 4 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 13 13

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 1 1 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 8

M 38 31 33 29 25 11 5 16 7 5 200

Officials: Lonnie Dixon, Frank Harvey III, Bryan Barr Technical fouls: Arkansas-Pine Bluff-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 5,676 Score by Periods Arkansas-Pine Bluff Hawai`i

1st 2nd Total 32 31 63 29 41 70

S 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 5

M 30 37 32 30 32 15 1 15 8 200

Officials: Chris Rastatter (R),Duane Allen (U1),Ronnie Henderson (U2) Technical fouls: Hawai`i-None. Cal Poly-None. Attendance: 1,509 Score by Periods Hawai`i Cal Poly

1st 2nd Total 28 25 53 26 28 54

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2010-11 game recaps Game 7

Dec. 4, 2010 • EnergySolutions • Salt Lake City , Utah

Hawai‘i

57

Brigham Young

Game 8

Dec. 11, 2010 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Hawai‘i Pacific

50

Hawai‘i

78

Hawai‘i got back in the win column with an easy 72-50 win over Hawai‘i Pacific. UH (6-2) scored 18 unanswered points during a six-minute stretch late in the first half and early in the second half to put away the Division II Sea Warriors (3-6). Zane Johnson led the way by posting career highs with 18 points and nine rebounds. The junior nailed six-of-nine three-pointers and sparked UH’s decisive run with a trio of long balls in less than 90 seconds. Hiram Thompson added 15 points while freshman guard Bobby Miles had nine points and six assists.

Hawai‘i (5-2) ## Player 05 Joston Thomas f 20 Trevor Wiseman f 15 Vander Joaquim c 01 Bobby Miles g 24 Bo Barnes g 02 Hiram Thompson 03 Zane Johnson 21 Dominick Brumfield 23 Jordan Coleman 34 Douglas Kurtz Totals

Hawai‘i Pacific (3-6) ## Player 20 Marcus Lewis f 34 Adrian den Dulk f 31 Jason Jackson c 03 Nick Frazier g 11 LaBrent Chappell g 04 Rodrick Ulmer 05 Jelany White 12 Kameron Steinhoff 23 Keenan Prince 24 Kyle Allen 32 Dustin Simcox Totals

3FG FT R 1-2 3-5 6 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 4-4 12 0-1 3-4 3 0-4 0-0 1 0-3 5-5 4 0-3 4-4 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 1-1 3 1-13 20-23 43

F 4 2 3 1 1 2 2 0 0 3 18

TP 12 2 12 5 2 15 6 0 0 3 57

A T 1 5 0 1 0 3 2 3 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 16

Brigham Young (8-0) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 34 Noah Hartstock f 3-4 0-0 2-2 7 00 Brandon Davies c 3-6 0-0 3-4 4 04 Jackson Emery g 2-5 2-5 0-0 3 31 Kyle Collinsworth g 3-5 0-1 2-3 2 32 Jimmer Fredete g 6-13 0-4 4-4 4 01 Charles Abouo 1-4 0-1 0-0 1 12 Logan Magnusson 5-7 0-0 1-2 3 13 Brock Zylstra 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 14 Nick Martineau 1-3 0-1 0-0 2 15 James Anderson 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 21 Stephen Rogers 4-7 3-4 2-2 5 Totals 29-58 6-19 14-17 33

F 4 3 2 4 1 0 2 3 0 1 1 21

TP A 8 1 9 3 6 4 8 3 16 1 2 1 11 0 3 0 2 2 0 0 13 2 78 17

T 0 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 9

B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S M 1 27 0 26 0 27 0 27 0 29 1 27 0 29 0 1 0 1 0 6 2 201

B 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

S M 0 17 1 20 0 31 1 28 0 28 0 13 0 19 1 9 0 12 0 4 1 19 4 200

FG 1-6 1-8 6-12 1-10 3-6 0-0 0-4 1-5 0-3 6-10 0-0 19-64

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 2-5 0-0 0-1 1-5 0-3 2-2 0-0 5-18

Hawai‘i (6-2) ## Player FG 3FG 05 Joston Thomas f 3-9 0-1 15 Vander Joaquim c 4-4 0-0 01 Bobby Miles g 4-8 1-3 02 Hiram Thompson g 5-11 2-5 03 Zane Johnson g 6-11 6-9 20 Trevor Wiseman 1-4 0-0 21 Dominick Brumfield 0-2 0-0 24 Bo Barnes 0-3 0-3 34 Douglas Kurtz 3-5 0-0 Totals 26-57 9-21

FT 2-2 0-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-2 1-2 0-0 7-11

R 0 5 6 3 3 1 0 3 1 6 0 34

F 2 1 4 4 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 18

TP 4 2 14 2 8 0 0 3 2 15 0 50

A 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 9

T 1 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 12

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

S 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 6

M 18 26 30 23 33 5 11 22 9 19 4 200

FT R 0-2 6 2-2 2 0-2 3 3-6 4 0-0 9 1-2 3 0-0 1 3-4 5 2-5 12 11-23 51

F 2 2 5 0 0 1 0 1 5 16

TP 6 10 9 15 18 3 0 3 8 72

A T 1 4 0 0 6 1 3 0 1 3 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 3 12 16

B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

S 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 5

M 25 17 26 31 27 16 5 30 23 200

Dec. 17, 2010 • Lahaina Civic Center • Lahaina, Maui

Chicago State

57 86

Hawai‘i

72

Hawai‘i gave a gritty effort before eventually succumbing to No. 21st-ranked Brigham Young, 78-57. Playing its first ranked team in more than three years before a crowd of 13,312 in an NBA arena gave the ’Bows plenty of motivation. UH gave a full-throttle effort but couldn’t overcome an ice-cold shooting performance. The Rainbow Warriors shot a season-low 31 percent from the floor, including just 1-of-13 from the three-point territory. Meanwhile, the Cougars used a decisive run late in the first half to help seal the win. Senior Hiram Thompson led UH with 15 points. FG 4-12 1-1 4-11 1-4 1-7 5-12 1-10 0-0 0-0 1-2 18-59

Game 9

Making its first neighbor island appearance in seven years, Hawai‘i blew past Chicago State, 86-57. An energetic crowd filled much of the Civic Center to cheer on a UH squad that led from nearly wire-to-wire. Zane Johnson scored a career-high 21 points to lead four Rainbow Warriors in double-figures. The junior also added seven rebounds and four assists. Bo Barnes chipped in 17 points, Joston Thomas added 15 and Doug Kurtz set a new career-best with 12 points. The ’Bows buried 12 three-pointers—its highest total in more than three years—with Johnson and Barnes combining for 10 of them. Chicago State (3-10) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 11 Adarius Simmons * 0-2 0-1 1-2 2 15 Jonathan Montgomery * 3-10 0-3 2-4 4 21 Carl Montgomery * 6-15 0-1 4-7 8 24 Antonio Lofton * 3-9 0-1 3-4 2 35 Hajji Martin * 3-4 0-0 0-0 6 02 Steve Martin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 03 Jamill Harris 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 20 Christian Wall 1-6 0-3 1-1 1 22 Sean Montgomery 0-4 0-1 0-0 2 23 Victor Scott 4-7 4-5 0-0 2 34 Quincy Ukaigwe 1-1 0-0 0-3 1 44 Pawel Kielbasa 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 Totals 21-59 4-15 11-21 31

F 2 1 3 3 4 0 1 0 1 3 3 2 24

TP 1 8 16 9 6 0 0 3 0 12 2 0 57

A T 4 1 1 0 0 3 1 8 0 0 0 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 12 16

B S M 0 3 27 0 2 24 0 2 33 0 0 25 1 0 25 0 1 7 0 0 5 0 0 9 0 0 12 0 2 23 1 0 7 0 0 3 2 10 200

Hawai`i (7-2) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 01 Bobby Miles * 1-3 1-1 4-4 3 02 Hiram Thompson * 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 03 Zane Johnson * 7-17 5-13 2-2 7 05 Joston Thomas * 4-10 0-1 7-8 6 15 Vander Joaquim * 3-5 0-0 2-4 8 20 Trevor Wiseman 0-2 0-0 1-4 4 21 Dominick Brumfield 1-4 0-0 0-0 5 24 Bo Barnes 5-9 5-8 2-2 5 34 Douglas Kurtz 3-5 0-0 6-10 6 Totals 25-57 12-25 24-34 45

F 2 0 3 3 1 1 0 3 3 17

TP 7 3 21 15 8 1 2 17 12 86

A T 10 4 0 1 4 2 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 3 17 17

B 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 4

Officials: Bill Gracey, Brad Gaston, Glen Mayberry Technical fouls: Hawai`i-None. Brigham Young-None. Attendance: 13,312

Officials: Todd Apo, Eric Morales, Ryan Wells Technical fouls: Hawai`i Pacific-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 5,507

Technical fouls: Chicago State-Team. Hawai`i-Vander Joaquim; Team. Attendance: 981

Score by Periods Hawai`i Brigham Young

Score by Periods Hawai`i Pacific Hawai`i

Score by Periods Chicago State Hawai`i

1st 2nd Total 27 30 57 43 35 78

Game 10 Dec. 22, 2010 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Florida State

70

Hawai‘i

1st 2nd Total 26 24 50 37 35 72

Utah

68

Hawai‘i defeated Utah, 68-55, on the second evening of the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, using a strong secondhalf effort to pull away from the Utes and improve to 8-3 on the season. After suffering its first home loss of the season the previous night against Florida State, UH bounced back in a huge way with a win over a former long-time conference rival. For the second straight night UH played lockdown defense, holding Utah (7-5) to just 33 percent shooting, including 1-of-15 from three-point territory. Meanwhile, UH shot 52 percent in the second half to turn a four-point halftime lead into a comfortable double-digit win.

Florida State (10-1) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 01 Xavier Gibson * 2-4 0-0 1-2 5 04 Deividas Dulkys * 0-8 0-8 0-0 2 21 Michael Snaer * 2-5 1-2 2-2 2 22 Derwin Kitchen * 5-8 3-5 7-10 4 31 Chris Singleton * 2-12 2-4 0-0 12 00 Pierre Jordan 0-3 0-2 0-0 1 03 Luke Loucks 0-2 0-1 3-6 0 05 Bernard James 1-3 0-0 1-4 4 10 Okaro White 6-9 4-5 3-4 6 15 Terrance Shannon 2-6 0-0 3-3 4 50 Jon Kreft 0-2 0-0 0-1 3 4 Totals 20-62 10-27 20-32 48

F 1 5 4 2 2 1 4 0 1 1 0 21

TP 5 0 7 20 6 0 3 3 19 7 0 70

A T 0 0 1 0 1 3 2 3 2 3 0 0 4 2 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 2 12 16

B S M 1 0 16 0 0 19 0 1 22 0 5 34 0 2 30 0 0 5 0 0 15 3 3 13 1 3 25 1 0 12 1 0 9 7 14 200

Utah (7-5) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 00 Chris Hines * 3-7 1-3 2-2 0 15 Josh Watkins * 8-15 0-2 0-0 3 20 J.J. O’Brien * 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 21 Will Clyburn * 2-12 0-5 10-15 6 42 Jason Washburn * 0-1 0-0 0-1 2 01 Jay Watkins 3-6 0-0 2-4 4 02 Chris Kupets 1-6 0-2 0-0 0 10 Antonio Dimaria 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 32 Shawn Glover 0-3 0-2 0-0 9 51 David Foster 0-2 0-0 2-2 9 Totals 19-57 1-15 16-24 39

F 1 4 5 2 5 3 2 1 1 3 27

TP 9 16 4 14 0 8 2 0 0 2 55

A 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

T 3 5 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 18

B 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 4 7

S 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

M 22 32 13 37 19 25 16 3 12 21 200

Hawai`i 7-3 ## Player 01 Bobby Miles * 03 Zane Johnson * 05 Joston Thomas * 15 Vander Joaquim * 24 Bo Barnes * 20 Trevor Wiseman 34 Douglas Kurtz Totals

F 4 5 4 5 3 4 3 28

TP 2 24 12 2 17 5 0 62

A T 6 6 0 6 4 5 2 0 2 3 1 1 0 1 15 23

B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Hawai`i (8-3) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 01 Bobby Miles * 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 03 Zane Johnson * 6-10 4-5 1-2 3 05 Joston Thomas * 4-10 0-0 7-10 4 15 Vander Joaquim * 1-7 0-0 1-2 7 24 Bo Barnes * 2-8 1-3 2-2 0 02 Hiram Thompson 2-3 0-1 9-11 2 20 Trevor Wiseman 0-2 0-0 4-6 3 34 Douglas Kurtz 3-3 0-0 1-2 6 Totals 18-43 5-9 27-37 29

F 3 4 3 2 0 2 4 4 23

TP 2 17 15 3 7 13 4 7 68

A 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 7

T 4 2 1 0 0 1 3 1 12

B 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 5

S 3 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 8

M 14 35 37 17 33 34 20 10 200

Officials: Terry Moore, Brad Ferrie, Winston Stith Technical fouls: Florida State-Deividas Dulkys 2. Hawai`i-Vander Joaquim Attendance: 8,544 Score by Periods Florida State Hawai`i

1st 2nd Total 33 37 70 25 37 62

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S 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 7

M 40 36 30 25 35 24 10 200

1st 2nd Total 29 28 57 39 47 86

55

Hawai‘i

62

3FG FT R 0-0 0-2 4 6-11 6-6 4 0-3 4-7 5 0-1 0-0 7 5-12 2-2 3 0-0 3-3 3 0-0 0-0 1 11-27 15-20 33

M 39 5 32 24 18 15 8 37 22 200

Game 11 Dec. 23, 2010 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Hawai‘i dropped its opening-round game of the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic to Florida State, 70-62, the team’s first home loss this season. A depleted Rainbow Warrior squad—without senior captains Bill Amis and Hiram Thompson—battled hard but eventually succumbed to a Seminole squad (10-2) that won its fifth straight game. Zane Johnson scored a career-high 24 points and practically carried the ‘Bows offensively as the rest of the team struggled to put the ball in the basket. Bo Barnes scored all 17 of his points in the second half.

FG 1-3 6-12 4-13 1-7 5-13 1-2 0-1 18-51

S 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 7

Officials: Terry Moore, Jon Stigliano, Sean Cassady Technical fouls: Utah-None. Hawai`i-Team. Attendance: 6,667 Score by Periods Utah Hawai`i

1st 2nd Total 33 22 55 37 31 68

59


2010-11 game recaps Game 12 Dec. 25, 2010 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Mississippi State

Utah State

68

Hawai‘i gave UH fans a Christmas gift with a 68-57 win over Mississippi State in the fifth-place game of the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic. UH led wire-to-wire, starting the game on a 12-0 run, and never looked back. The Rainbow Warriors led by as many as 20 in the first half and took a 42-23 lead at intermission. The Bulldogs never threatened in the second half. Guard Zane Johnson led UH in scoring for the fifth straight game with 19 points and eight rebounds while point guard Hiram Thompson finished with 14 points and five assists in 40 minutes of action.

FG 4-14 0-1 4-17 1-4 2-6 5-14 1-4 0-3 17-63

Hawai‘i

57

Hawai‘i

Mississippi State (8-5) ## Player 24 Kodi Augustus f 30 Wendell Lewis c 02 Ravern Johnson g 15 Riley Benock g 22 Brian Bryant g 00 Jalen Steele 04 Twany Beckham 10 Shaun Smith Totals

Game 13 Dec. 29, 2010 • Dee Glen Smith Spectrum • Logan, Utah

3FG 1-7 0-0 2-8 1-3 0-1 2-5 0-0 0-1 6-25

Dec. 31, 2010 • Lawlor Events Center • Reno, Nevada

66

Hawai‘i

69

74

Nevada

86

Hawai‘i took three-time league champion Utah State down to the wire before eventually falling, 74-66, in the Western Athletic Conference opener for both teams. A year ago in Logan, UH (9-4, 0-1 WAC) suffered a 44-point loss to the Aggies—the worst conference loss in school history. It was an entirely different story this year as the ’Bows gave the Aggies, winners of 23 straight home games, all they could handle. UH trailed by just two points on five separate occasions in the second half including as late as 2:30 left when UH was down 63-61. The Aggies (12-2, 1-0 WAC), however, scored on each of their final five possessions to stave off the upset-minded ’Bows.

FT R 9-11 11 0-0 3 2-2 1 3-3 6 0-0 2 2-2 2 0-0 5 1-2 1 17-20 36

F 4 1 1 3 4 1 2 2 18

TP 18 0 12 6 4 14 2 1 57

A 3 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 9

T 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 13

B 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

S 2 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 8

M 37 13 31 38 28 30 14 9 200

Hawai`i (9-4, 0-1 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG 05 Joston Thomas f 3-7 1-3 15 Vander Joaquim c 4-4 0-0 01 Bobby Miles g 1-1 0-0 02 Hiram Thompson g 4-7 2-3 03 Zane Johnson g 7-11 4-6 20 Trevor Wiseman 2-2 0-0 34 Douglas Kurtz 2-4 0-0 24 Bo Barnes 1-2 1-2 Total 24-38 8-14

FT R 1-2 2 0-2 3 0-0 0 3-4 1 6-7 4 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 0 10-15 13

F 4 3 2 5 4 3 2 2 25

TP 8 8 2 13 24 4 4 3 66

A T 0 1 0 2 1 3 9 1 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 14 13

B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 4

M 23 19 19 38 39 26 14 22 200

Hawai`i (9-3) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 05 Joston Thomas f 4-6 1-2 2-6 5 15 Vander Joaquim c 4-7 0-0 1-1 11 02 Hiram Thompson g 2-10 1-9 9-10 3 03 Zane Johnson g 7-15 2-7 3-3 8 24 Bo Barnes g 2-8 2-6 0-2 1 01 Bobby Miles 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 20 Trevor Wiseman 4-6 0-0 1-2 8 34 Douglas Kurtz 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 Totals 23-52 6-24 16-24 41

F 4 3 3 1 3 0 0 2 2 18

TP 11 9 14 19 6 0 0 9 0 68

A T 1 4 2 1 5 3 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 10 14

B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 4

M 24 22 40 39 29 9 2 27 8 200

Utah State (12-2, 1-0 WAC) ## Player FG 35 Nate Bendall f 2-6 42 Tai Wesley f 8-12 03 Brockeith Pane g 3-7 05 Pooh Williams g 4-6 24 Tyler Newbold g 2-7 15 James Walker III 0-2 21 Morgan Grim 0-0 22 Brady Jardine 1-1 23 Brian Green 1-5 Totals 21-46

FT R 3-4 4 11-11 13 4-5 2 3-4 0 0-0 2 0-0 1 2-2 1 2-4 8 0-0 0 25-30 32

F 2 3 1 1 3 1 0 2 1 14

TP 7 27 11 14 6 0 2 4 3 74

A T 0 0 0 1 3 4 3 2 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 15 14

B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

S 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 6

M 19 38 27 31 27 11 5 20 22 200

3FG 0-0 0-1 1-5 3-5 2-7 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-4 7-23

Game 14

Hawai‘i’s run of hard luck continued in Reno with an 86-69 loss to Nevada on New Year’s Eve. The Rainbow Warriors remained winless in 14 all-time trips to Reno. Two nights after taking three-time defending WAC champion Utah State down to the wire in Logan, the ’Bows couldn’t muster the same effort against a Wolf Pack (4-10, 1-0 WAC) squad playing in its league opener. UH got off to a slow start and never led in the game, trailing by 16 at the half and by as many as 25 after the break. Hawai`i (9-5, 0-2 WAC) ## Player 05 Joston Thomas f 15 Vander Joaquim c 01 Bobby Miles g 02 Hiram Thompson g 03 Zane Johnson g 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 20 Trevor Wiseman 21 Dominick Brumfield 24 Bo Barnes 34 Douglas Kurtz Totals

FG 4-10 8-13 3-5 4-10 3-5 0-1 0-3 0-0 1-6 0-1 23-54

Nevada (4-10, 1-0 WAC) ## Player FG 31 Olek Czyz f 9-13 44 Dario Hunt f 9-13 02 Jerry Evans Jr. g 2-3 24 Deonte Burton g 3-5 34 Malik Story g 6-14 01 Patrick Nyeko 0-0 04 Devonte Elliott 0-2 12 Keith Fuetsch 0-1 13 Adam Carp 0-0 14 Marko Cukic 0-1 15 Jordan Finn 1-7 20 Jordan Burris 0-1 21 Derrell Conner 0-3 33 Kevin Panzer 0-1 Totals 30-64

3FG 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-3 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 4-14

FT R 1-3 8 6-8 13 1-2 1 5-6 2 2-2 3 2-2 0 1-2 7 0-0 0 1-2 3 0-0 0 19-27 38

F 2 4 5 3 3 1 3 0 2 0 23

TP 9 22 7 14 10 2 1 0 4 0 69

A T 1 4 0 1 1 1 3 3 2 1 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 15

B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

M 28 28 21 33 32 6 23 4 22 3 200

3FG FT R 3-5 2-3 6 0-0 5-6 9 0-0 0-0 5 1-2 4-6 2 6-11 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-3 3-3 1 0-1 1-2 0 0-3 1-4 1 0-1 0-0 3 10-26 16-24 40

F 1 4 4 1 4 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 21

TP 23 23 4 11 18 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 0 86

A T 2 3 1 2 1 1 5 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 0 1 16 11

B 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7

S 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 5

M 32 32 21 30 31 2 7 2 1 1 19 4 11 7 200

Officials: Darron George, Winston Stith, Ryan Wells Technical fouls: Mississippi State-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 6,694

Officials: Verne Harris <R>, Darron George <U> Technical fouls: Hawai`i-None. Utah State-TEAM. Attendance: 7,025

Officials: Scott Thornley, Bob Staffen, Rick Batsell Technical fouls: Hawai`i-None. Nevada-None. Attendance: 4,308

Score by Periods Mississippi State Hawai`i

Score by Periods Hawai`i Utah State

Score by Periods Hawai`i Nevada

Game 15

1st 2nd Total 23 34 57 42 26 68

Jan. 6, 2011 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Idaho

59

Hawai‘i

Game 16

Idaho (8-6, 2-1 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 11 Brandon Wiley f 0-3 0-1 4-6 5 21 Luiz Toledo f 3-5 0-0 0-0 3 02 Jeff Ledbetter g 4-10 3-8 3-3 9 03 Shawn Henderson g 4-8 0-2 0-0 7 25 Deremy Geiger g 1-6 1-3 0-0 3 10 Landon Tatum 1-5 0-0 1-2 1 33 Kyle Barone 6-7 0-0 3-4 6 34 Stephen Madison 2-4 2-3 0-0 2 42 Joe Kammerer 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Totals 21-48 6-17 11-15 40

F 4 1 1 3 2 1 4 0 0 16

TP 4 6 14 8 3 3 15 6 0 59

A 2 0 2 1 1 0 3 0 0 9

T 4 4 3 5 0 3 2 0 0 21

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 2 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 8

Hawai`i (9-6, 0-3 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 04 Bill Amis f 2-7 0-1 2-2 2 05 Joston Thomas f 1-9 0-1 1-1 6 15 Vander Joaquim c 2-3 0-0 2-3 7 02 Hiram Thompson g 3-10 0-5 3-6 4 03 Zane Johnson g 2-8 1-6 2-2 2 01 Bobby Miles 1-2 0-1 1-2 1 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 20 Trevor Wiseman 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 21 Dominick Brumfield 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 24 Bo Barnes 2-7 2-7 0-0 1 34 Douglas Kurtz 2-4 0-0 0-0 4 Totals 15-51 3-22 11-16 28

F 2 2 3 2 1 0 1 1 0 4 0 16

TP 6 3 6 9 7 3 0 0 0 6 4 44

A 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 5

T 2 2 1 2 3 0 0 1 0 2 1 15

B 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

S 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 6

79

Hawai‘i

55

Hawai‘i suffered another excruciating loss, falling to Boise State 79-55. For the second straight game UH was done in by a disastrous second half. The ’Bows held a two-point lead at the break, but the Broncos out-scored the Rainbow Warriors 50-24 after the break to win going away. Zane Johnson led UH with 18 points while Vander Joaquim had 12 points and eight rebounds. Boise State nailed 9-of-17 three-pointers on the night.

M 22 32 31 28 26 23 25 12 1 200

Boise State (11-5, 4-0 WAC) ## Player FG 01 Robert Arnold f 3-6 02 Daequon Montreal f 3-8 23 Ryan Watkins f 1-3 25 Paul Noonan f 2-5 12 La’Shard Anderson g 7-12 04 Justin Salzwedel 0-0 10 Tre Nichols 1-5 11 Jeff Elorriaga 0-0 15 Thomas Bropleh 4-8 20 Sean madiyi 0-0 30 Westly Perryman 3-4 32 Zack Moritz 0-0 Totals 24-51

FT R 0-0 1 4-4 7 5-6 7 2-2 0 1-3 1 0-0 0 2-2 0 0-0 0 5-6 8 0-0 1 3-6 5 0-0 3 22-29 36

F 3 4 4 5 4 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 24

TP 7 10 7 7 20 0 4 0 14 0 10 0 79

A T 0 3 0 2 0 0 6 1 2 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 12 13

B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

M 18 24 21 30 33 1 12 2 22 8 23 6 200

M 29 19 22 30 34 9 4 11 2 26 14 200

Hawai`i (9-7, 0-4 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 03 Zane Johnson f 6-12 2-6 4-4 3 04 Bill Amis f 2-9 0-0 5-8 7 15 Vander Joaquim c 3-7 0-1 6-6 8 01 Bobby Miles g 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 02 Hiram Thompson g 0-5 0-1 4-7 2 05 Joston Thomas 4-5 0-1 2-3 2 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 20 Trevor Wiseman 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 21 Dominick Brumfield 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 24 Bo Barnes 0-3 0-2 0-0 0 34 Douglas Kurtz 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 Totals 16-47 2-12 21-28 30

F 1 3 5 0 3 3 0 1 2 1 4 23

TP 18 9 12 0 4 10 0 0 0 0 2 55

A 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

B 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

S 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 5

M 36 29 24 12 32 15 4 11 3 22 12 200

3FG 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-3 5-6 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 9-17

Officials: Larry Spaulding, Ronnie Hernandez, Lonnie Dixon Technical fouls: Idaho-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 5,605

Officials: Ronnie Hernandez, Larry Spaulding, Lonnie Dixon Technical fouls: Boise State-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 6,451

Score by Periods Idaho Hawai`i

Score by Periods Boise State Hawai`i

60

1st 2nd Total 34 25 59 29 15 44

1st 2nd Total 29 40 69 45 41 86

Jan. 8, 2011 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Boise State

44

Hawai‘i endured one of its most frustrating games of the season with a 59-44 loss. UH was out of sync offensively as the ’Bows posted their lowest point total in nearly 13 years. The Rainbow Warriors shot just 29 percent from the field, including just 3-of22 from three-point territory. The team’s offensive woes negated a solid defensive effort by the ’Bows who forced 21 turnovers and held the Vandals to 59 points. The ’Bows welcomed the return of forward Bill Amis to the lineup after a 10-game absence but UH still couldn’t overcome its first 0-3 start in WAC play since the 2000-01 season.

1st 2nd Total 30 36 66 34 40 74

T 1 1 4 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 15

1st 2nd Total 29 50 79 31 24 55

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2010-11 game recaps Game 17 Jan. 13, 2011 • Pan American Center • Las Cruces, NM

Hawai‘i

64

New Mexico State

Hawai‘i

Hawai`i (9-8, 0-5 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG FT R F TP A T 04 Bill Amis f 5-9 0-1 0-0 3 5 10 0 3 15 Vander Joaquim c 5-13 0-0 2-4 12 5 12 0 2 01 Bobby Miles g 0-3 0-1 0-1 2 5 0 2 2 02 Hiram Thompson g 2-3 0-1 1-1 2 2 5 1 4 03 Zane Johnson g 9-19 4-12 3-3 2 1 25 3 0 05 Joston Thomas 3-8 0-0 2-4 6 5 8 0 4 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 0-3 0-1 2-4 1 1 2 0 2 20 Trevor Wiseman 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 4 0 2 2 24 Bo Barnes 0-4 0-3 0-0 2 5 0 3 0 34 Douglas Kurtz 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0 2 0 1 Totals 24-63 4-19 12-19 34 33 64 11 20

B 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

S 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 5

M 19 35 24 18 40 22 9 14 17 2 201

New Mexico State (9-9, 3-1 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG 10 Bandja Sy f 2-3 2-2 45 Tyrone Watson f 2-4 0-1 15 Tshilidzi Nephawe c 3-6 0-0 01 Christian Kabongo g 4-7 0-1 13 Hernst Laroche g 4-7 1-3 05 Drew Herig 1-2 0-0 21 Makhtar Diop 0-0 0-0 25 Renaldo Dixon 1-1 0-0 32 Hamidu Rahman 0-4 0-0 33 Troy Gillenwater 5-12 1-4 34 Gordo Castillo 3-5 2-4 55 Abdoulaye N’doye 0-0 0-0 Totals 25-51 6-15

B 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 5

S 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 7

M 21 25 21 25 32 2 2 8 16 18 27 3 201

F 3 3 2 1 2 2 1 0 4 1 1 0 20

TP 8 4 8 12 13 4 1 2 7 13 10 0 82

A T 2 0 3 4 0 0 2 2 5 3 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 14 16

Jan. 20, 2011 • Stan Sheriff Center• Honolulu

Fresno State

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-7 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-10

FT R 4-7 12 1-2 12 0-0 0 0-0 1 2-3 2 1-2 7 2-4 1 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 0 10-18 43

F 2 4 0 4 5 1 3 2 1 0 22

TP 22 9 2 5 7 7 2 2 0 0 56

A 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 8

T 0 4 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 0 20

B 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 6

S 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3

M 34 31 10 29 35 26 12 13 10 0+ 200

Louisiana Tech (9-10, 0-5 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG 05 Olu Ashaolu f 2-9 0-1 15 Antwond Roshell f 1-2 0-0 11 DeAndre Brown g 2-12 0-3 21 Kenyon McNeaill g 4-11 1-3 22 Cordarius Johnson g 5-12 1-6 03 CJ Scott 0-1 0-1 14 Tevin Hall 1-2 0-0 23 James Johnson 1-4 0-0 25 JL Lewis 1-5 0-0 45 Romario Souza 0-1 0-0 Totals 17-59 2-14

FT R 1-2 7 0-0 3 3-4 1 2-2 2 0-0 0 0-0 0 1-2 3 2-3 4 3-6 10 0-0 0 12-19 39

F 4 4 0 2 2 0 1 2 5 0 20

TP 5 2 7 11 11 0 3 4 5 0 48

A 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 7

T 2 2 3 3 1 0 3 1 0 2 17

B S M 0 3 33 1 0 11 0 2 35 0 2 31 0 2 38 0 0 1 0 1 14 0 0 10 1 0 23 0 0 4 2 10 200

52

Hawai‘i

48

Hawai‘i picked up its first league win of the year with a hardfought 56-48 victory over Louisiana Tech. It was a cathartic win for the ’Bows who not only ended a five-game slide, but also ended a 15-game road losing streak dating back nearly two years. A total of 13 of those losses came in WAC regular-season action with the ’Bows last winning at Fresno State in February 2009. Senior Bill Amis played the pivotal role in the UH lineup with a monster effort, posting 22 points and 12 rebounds. It was his first double-double of the season and fourth of his career. Hawai`i (10-8, 1-5 WAC) ## Player FG 04 Bill Amis f 9-16 15 Vander Joaquim c 4-9 01 Bobby Miles g 1-2 02 Hiram Thompson g 2-3 03 Zane Johnson g 2-10 05 Joston Thomas 3-8 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 0-0 20 Trevor Wiseman 1-1 24 Bo Barnes 0-3 34 Douglas Kurtz 0-0 Totals 22-52

Game 19

56

Louisiana Tech

82

Hawai‘i is still in search of its first Western Athletic Conference win of the season after an 82-64 loss to New Mexico State. It was UH’s fifth straight loss. The ’Bows have now lost nine of its last 10 meetings with the Aggies and remain winless in six all-time trips to Las Cruces. It was also UH’s 15th straight road loss, 13 of which have come in conference play. Zane Johnson led UH with a career-high 25 points, while Vander Joaquim recorded his third career double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

FT R 2-4 2 0-4 7 2-2 6 4-6 5 4-6 2 2-3 1 1-2 0 0-0 1 7-8 5 2-3 10 2-2 2 0-0 1 26-40 43

Game 18 Jan. 15, 2010 • Thomas Assembly Center • Ruston, LA

62

Hawai‘i nabbed its second straight conference win with a 62-52 victory over Fresno State. The ’Bows put together a strong first half, including a decisive 17-0 run, then held off a second-half rally by the Bulldogs to secure its first WAC home win. Defense was the story again for the Rainbow Warriors who held Fresno State scoreless during a key seven-minute stretch in the first half. The Bulldogs ended up shooting just 37 percent from the floor, including 29 percent in the first half, and just 26 percent from three-point land. Fresno State (7-10, 3-4 WAC) ## Player FG 04 Greg Smith * 5-7 05 Tim Steed * 2-10 12 Steven Shepp * 3-8 15 Nedeljko Golubovic * 6-11 20 Garrett Johnson * 5-12 01 Tyler Johnson 1-4 02 Jonathan Wills 0-0 11 Bennie Rhodes 0-2 22 John Ryan 0-1 23 Kevin Olekaibe 0-3 45 Bracken Funk 0-2 Totals 22-60

3FG 0-0 0-1 2-5 0-3 4-10 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 6-23

Hawai`i (11-8, 2-5 WAC) ## Player 02 Hiram Thompson * 03 Zane Johnson * 04 Bill Amis * 05 Joston Thomas * 15 Vander Joaquim * 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 20 Trevor Wiseman 24 Bo Barnes Totals

3FG 0-0 3-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-7 7-15

FG 1-5 3-11 4-9 5-13 4-8 1-1 0-0 4-7 22-54

FT 0-0 1-2 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-7

R 8 5 4 4 3 2 0 1 2 1 1 32

F 4 0 2 3 2 0 1 0 3 2 0 17

TP 10 5 8 13 14 2 0 0 0 0 0 52

A T 1 4 4 1 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 15 10

B 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

S 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5

M 32 31 31 29 27 11 7 2 6 13 11 200

FT R 0-2 2 0-0 5 3-4 10 2-3 7 5-7 10 1-2 2 0-0 3 0-0 2 11-18 42

F 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 2 10

TP 2 9 11 12 13 3 0 12 62

A T 5 2 4 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 2 12 12

B 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3

S 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 5

M 29 35 28 22 36 18 8 24 200

Officials: Rick Hartzell, Chris Rastatter, Rick Batsell Technical fouls: Hawai`i-Joston Thomas. New Mexico State-Christian Kabongo Attendance: 5,522

Officials: Winston Stith, Casey McClellan, Bobby Vetkoetter Technical fouls: Hawai`i-None. Louisiana Tech-None. Attendance: 1,719

Officials: Randy McCall, Bob Staffen, Mike Giarratano Technical fouls: Fresno State-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 5,492

Score by Periods Hawai`i New Mexico State

Score by Periods Hawai`i Louisiana Tech

Score by Periods Fresno State Hawai`i

Game 20

1st 2nd Total 29 35 64 42 40 82

Jan. 22, 2011 • Stan Sheriff • Honolulu

San Jose State

61

Hawai‘i

1st 2nd Total 29 27 56 25 23 48

Game 21 Jan. 29, 2011 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Utah State

89

Hawai‘i

67

84

Game 22

1st 2nd Total 21 31 52 41 21 62

Feb. 3, 2011 • Taco Bell Arena • Boise, Idaho

Hawai‘i

73

Boise State

66

Hawai‘i won its third straight game with a 67-61 victory over San Jose State. The ’Bows got a pair of big performances from Bill Amis and Joston Thomas and UH played stellar defense once again to help fuel the win. The win marked the first time UH won three straight league games since 2008. Amis finished with 20 points on 9-of-11 shooting, while also adding nine rebounds and four blocks. Thomas recorded his first career double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds. Meanwhile, UH held San Jose State to just 31 percent shooting, a season-low for the Spartans.

Hawai‘i nearly pulled off a monumental win before eventually succumbing to No. 25 Utah State 89-84 in double-overtime. The Rainbow Warriors overcame a 12-point deficit in the final eight minutes to force overtime and were one defensive stop away from the upset in the first overtime, but eventually were outlasted by the Aggies in the second overtime period. Brockeith Pane hit the go-ahead basket with 30 seconds left in the second overtime period to help the Aggies win its 15th straight game and remain undefeated in conference play.

A short-handed Hawai‘i team picked up a huge road win, defeating Boise State, 73-66. After UH started league play 0-5, the Rainbow Warriors have now won four of its last five WAC games to continue to inch closer up the WAC standings. It was also the ’Bows second straight WAC road win, a first since 2006. In the last regular-season meeting between the teams as WAC rivals, UH avenged a 24-point loss last month in Honolulu and defeated the Broncos in Boise for the first time in five years. The ’Bows did it with a depleted roster—UH was without the services of leading scorer Zane Johnson and key reserve Trevor Wiseman.

San Jose State (9-9, 1-6 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG 01 Keith Shamburger * 3-13 3-6 02 Adrian Oliver * 4-11 0-3 15 Wil Carter * 4-6 0-0 24 Brylle Kamen * 1-9 0-0 33 Justin Graham * 6-16 1-4 05 Calvin Douglas 1-5 1-2 23 Chris Jones 0-0 0-0 32 Joe Henson 0-0 0-0 50 Garrett Ton 0-0 0-0 52 Matt Ballard 0-1 0-0 Totals 19-61 5-15

FT R 3-4 1 2-4 4 2-4 4 4-6 6 7-10 6 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 10 18-28 38

F 0 5 4 1 3 2 0 1 0 5 21

TP 12 10 10 6 20 3 0 0 0 0 61

A 2 2 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 9

T 0 3 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 9

B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

S 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 5

M 35 31 36 13 39 15 1 1 2 27 199

Utah State (20-2, 9-0 WAC) ## Player FG 03 Brockeith Pane * 2-11 05 Pooh Williams * 2-7 24 Tyler Newbold * 4-7 35 Nate Bendall * 3-7 42 Tai Wesley * 4-6 14 E.J Farris 0-0 21 Morgan Grim 1-2 22 Brady Jardine 5-9 23 Brian Green 7-13 Totals 28-62

3FG 0-3 2-4 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-8 9-20

FT R 7-8 1 0-0 1 5-6 5 0-0 7 4-6 7 0-0 0 0-0 2 3-5 9 5-6 3 24-31 38

F 3 1 2 4 5 1 2 4 1 23

TP 11 6 17 6 12 0 2 13 22 89

A T 8 4 2 1 3 1 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 17 15

B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3

S 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 4

M 44 22 4028 32 5 9 32 38 250

Hawai`i (13-9, 4-6 WAC) ## Player 04 Bill Amis f 05 Joston Thomas f 15 Vander Joaquim c 02 Hiram Thompson g 24 Bo Barnes g 01 Bobby Miles 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 21 Dominick Brumfield 34 Douglas Kurtz Totals

Hawai`i (12-8, 3-5 WAC) ## Player 02 Hiram Thompson * 03 Zane Johnson * 04 Bill Amis * 05 Joston Thomas * 15 Vander Joaquim * 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 20 Trevor Wiseman 24 Bo Barnes 34 Douglas Kurtz Totals

FT R 3-7 1 0-0 2 2-2 9 2-2 14 4-6 8 0-0 1 3-3 3 2-3 0 0-0 0 16-23 38

F 3 3 5 4 3 3 0 1 0 22

TP 7 8 20 14 6 3 5 4 0 67

A T 3 2 1 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 14

B 0 0 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 7

S 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

M 28 38 32 28 36 13 9 15 1 200

Hawai`i (12-9, 3-6 WAC) ## Player 02 Hiram Thompson * 03 Zane Johnson * 04 Bill Amis * 05 Joston Thomas * 15 Vander Joaquim * 01 Bobby Miles 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 20 Trevor Wiseman 24 Bo Barnes 34 Douglas Kurtz Totals

3FG 0-0 6-7 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 2-5 0-0 8-15

FT R 2-3 1 1-2 4 3-4 12 0-0 7 3-3 5 0-0 0 5-8 2 3-6 3 3-4 2 0-0 0 20-30 36

F 2 4 2 1 3 1 4 3 3 0 23

TP 4 25 15 4 7 0 15 5 9 0 84

A T 4 0 0 1 2 6 0 2 1 2 0 0 6 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 13 14

B 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 6

S 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 6

M 20 36 44 23 29 2 38 23 33 2 250

FG 2-5 3-14 9-11 6-11 1-5 1-2 1-1 1-4 0-0 24-53

3FG 0-2 2-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-3 0-0 3-16

Officials: Randy McCall, Bob Staffen, Mike Giarratono Technical fouls: San Jose State-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 6,236 Score by Periods San Jose State Hawai`i

1st 2nd Total 24 37 61 31 36 67

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FG 1-4 9-15 6-13 2-7 2-9 0-0 5-7 1-3 2-6 0-0 28-64

Officials: Ruben Ramos, Bobby McRoy, Martin Cota Technical fouls: Utah State-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 8,127 Score by Periods Utah State Hawai`i

1st 2nd 33 33 27 39

OT OT2 Total 7 16 89 7 11 84

FG 9-12 6-8 5-8 0-3 3-5 0-1 3-8 1-1 0-0 27-46

3FG 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 3-5 0-1 1-4 0-0 0-0 5-13

FT R 3-3 7 4-7 9 1-1 12 1-2 2 0-1 2 0-0 1 5-6 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 14-20 36

F 3 2 3 0 5 1 1 0 2 17

TP 22 16 11 1 9 0 12 2 0 73

A T 2 3 0 7 3 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 8 3 0 0 0 1 13 20

B 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

S 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4

M 37 40 40 16 24 3 37 1 2 200

Boise State (12-10, 5-5 WAC) ## Player FG 01 Robert Arnold f 1-3 02 Daequon Montreal f 7-10 23 Ryan Watkins f 0-0 25 Paul Noonan f 4-13 12 La’Shard Anderson g 3-12 04 Justin Salzwedel 0-1 10 Tre Nichols 1-5 11 Jeff Elorriaga 0-2 15 Thomas Bropleh 5-9 20 Sean Imadiyi 0-0 30 Westly Perryman 3-5 32 Zack Moritz 1-1 Totals 25-61

3FG 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-8 0-6 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-5 0-0 0-2 0-0 6-26

FT R 0-0 2 3-3 3 0-0 0 0-0 2 4-4 2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1-2 6 0-0 0 2-4 4 0-0 1 10-13 24

F 0 3 0 3 4 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 14

TP 3 17 0 10 10 0 2 0 14 0 8 2 66

A 0 3 1 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 6 0 16

B 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

S 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 7

M 16 30 6 28 38 3 13 4 28 2 25 7 200

T 1 1 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 8

Officials: Mike Littlewood, Eric Curry, D.G. Nelson Technical fouls: Hawai`i-None. Boise State-None. Attendance: 3,418 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Hawai`i 29 44 73 Boise State 28 38 66

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2010-11 game recaps Game 23

Feb. 5, 2011 • Cowan Spectrum • Moscow, Idaho

Hawai‘i Idaho

61

Nevada

67

75

Hawai‘i

69

Hawai‘i’s attempt at a road sweep was turned back by Idaho in a 75-61 loss. After an exhilarating win at Boise State on Thursday night, the ’Bows entered Saturday’s game with a prime opportunity to move up the WAC standings. Instead UH had its modest two-game road-win streak snapped and fell to the Vandals for the sixth time in the last seven meetings. Vander Joaquim led UH, recording his second straight double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds. Jeff Ledbetter led the Vandals with 15 points, while draining four of the team’s 10 three-pointers. Hawai`i (13-10, 4-7 WAC) ## Player FG 02 Hiram Thompson * 0-1 03 Zane Johnson * 3-8 04 Bill Amis * 4-10 05 Joston Thomas * 3-8 15 Vander Joaquim * 7-10 01 Bobby Miles 1-2 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 2-3 20 Trevor Wiseman 1-2 21 Dominick Brumfield 0-2 24 Bo Barnes 2-7 34 Douglas Kurtz 1-2 Totals 24-55

3FG 0-1 3-6 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-1 1-6 0-0 6-17

FT 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 7-12

R 0 1 3 2 14 1 0 5 2 1 1 30

F 0 1 2 2 2 0 3 1 0 3 0 14

TP 0 9 8 12 14 3 5 2 1 5 2 61

A T 0 0 3 4 1 2 3 3 0 2 0 0 3 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 13 15

B 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 8

S 1 1 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 8

M 8 30 23 21 32 7 28 19 4 20 8 200

Idaho (13-10, 6-5 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 02 Jeff Ledbetter * 4-12 4-8 3-3 1 03 Shawn Henderson * 3-6 3-3 0-0 4 11 Brandon Wiley * 5-7 0-0 3-5 2 21 Luiz Toledo * 2-6 0-0 4-4 4 25 Deremy Geiger * 0-3 0-2 3-4 3 04 Sheridan Shayne 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 10 Landon Tatum 4-6 0-1 1-2 2 12 Paul Jorg 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 33 Kyle Barone 3-4 0-0 3-3 8 34 Stephen Madison 3-5 3-4 0-0 0 42 Joe Kammerer 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 Totals 24-50 10-18 17-21 30

F 3 1 1 3 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 14

TP 15 9 13 8 3 0 9 0 9 9 0 75

A T 1 0 2 1 2 3 0 2 11 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 17 14

B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 9

M 28 26 26 24 26 1 24 1 25 15 4 200

Officials: William Gracey, Ron Hernandez, Frank Harvey Technical fouls: Hawai`i-None. Idaho-None. Attendance: 1,191 Score by Periods Hawai`i Idaho

Game 26

Feb. 24, 2011 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

Louisiana Tech

58

Hawai‘i

Nevada (10-15, 7-5 WAC) ## Player FG 02 Jerry Evans Jr. * 5-6 24 Deonte Burton * 6-12 31 Olek Czyz * 2-12 34 Malik Story * 5-12 44 Dario Hunt * 2-9 01 Patrick Nyeko 0-1 04 Devonte Elliott 0-4 14 Marko Cukic 0-0 20 Jordan Burris 0-0 21 Derrell Conner 3-5 33 Kevin Panzer 0-1 Totals 23-62

3FG 1-1 3-5 0-3 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 5-16

FT R 4-6 3 6-8 8 0-2 4 2-2 2 3-4 6 0-0 1 0-2 6 0-0 1 0-0 1 1-2 1 0-0 1 16-26 39

F 3 2 2 1 4 0 5 1 0 1 0 19

TP 15 21 4 13 7 0 0 0 0 7 0 67

A T 1 0 4 3 0 3 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 10 11

B 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

S 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6

M 35 35 36 41 26 11 13 7 3 13 5 225

Hawai`i (14-10, 5-7 WAC) ## Player FG 02 Hiram Thompson * 0-0 03 Zane Johnson * 4-15 04 Bill Amis * 6-13 05 Joston Thomas * 0-3 15 Vander Joaquim * 10-14 01 Bobby Miles 0-0 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 2-9 20 Trevor Wiseman 2-6 24 Bo Barnes 3-5 34 Douglas Kurtz 0-0 Totals 27-65

3FG 0-0 2-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 2-4 0-0 4-17

FT R 0-0 0 1-4 4 3-4 13 0-0 2 4-6 9 0-0 0 0-1 4 3-4 7 0-0 0 0-0 1 11-19 42

F 2 3 3 1 4 1 1 3 0 1 19

TP 0 11 15 0 24 0 4 7 8 0 69

A T 0 0 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 10 11

B 0 1 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8

S 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3

M 9 45 36 9 39 1 39 28 14 5 225

Game 27

(2-11) WAC FG 3FG FT R 4-8 1-1 0-1 4 3-6 0-0 2-2 8 2-8 2-6 6-8 5 2-6 1-5 2-2 3 1-10 0-5 0-3 1 1-1 0-0 1-2 0 1-4 1-2 3-4 2 5-6 0-0 0-0 4 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 19-51 5-19 15-24 28

F 5 3 2 3 2 1 0 4 2 2 24

TP 9 8 12 7 2 3 6 10 1 0 58

A 0 0 2 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 9

T 4 1 1 3 1 0 2 0 0 1 13

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

S 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

M 19 27 33 27 31 5 24 16 6 12 200

F 3 4 4 3 1 0 2 1 1 3 22

TP 18 4 11 16 12 1 2 0 7 0 71

A T 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 7 5 2 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 11 13

B 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

S 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 8

M 29 28 28 32 33 13 10 4 17 6 200

Feb. 26, 2011 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

70

Hawai‘i

F 1 2 3 0 3 4 4 2 0 19

Officials: Verne Harris, Rick Batsell, Winston Stith Technical fouls: Louisiana Tech-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 6,105

Hawai`i (17-10), (7-7) WAC ## Player FG 3FG FT R F 02 Hiram Thompson * 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 03 Zane Johnson * 8-14 6-12 0-2 3 4 04 Bill Amis * 6-16 0-2 2-2 11 0 20 Trevor Wiseman * 3-6 0-0 3-3 5 3 34 Douglas Kurtz * 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 01 Bobby Miles 0-1 0-0 0-1 1 1 05 Joston Thomas, 1-4 0-0 0-0 0 0 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski 1-9 0-2 0-0 0 5 15 Vander Joaquim 7-10 0-0 4-4 15 5 24 Bo Barnes 1-1 1-1 4-4 1 3 Totals 28-62 7-17 13-16 42 22 Officials: Verne Harris, Rick Batsell, Winston Stith Technical fouls: New Mexico State-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 8,148

Score by Periods Louisiana Tech Hawai`i

Score by Periods New Mexico State Hawai`i

62

3FG 0-1 0-0 0-1 3-9 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 6-18

1st 2nd Total 22 36 58 41 30 71

FT R 6-7 5 2-2 5 1-4 9 1-1 4 4-4 4 1-2 0 2-5 2 0-0 0 4-5 0 0-0 2 21-30 33

1st 2nd Total 33 37 70 35 41 76

Feb. 19, 2011 •The Pavilion • Davis, Calif.

Hawai‘i

TP 5 15 0 6 6 22 0 14 2 70

A 0 3 0 2 2 3 0 1 1 12

T 0 2 1 1 3 1 0 1 0 9

B 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3

S 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 9

M 14 33 20 33 23 29 14 28 6 200

TP 0 22 14 9 2 0 2 2 18 7 76

A T 0 0 1 3 0 3 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 7 2 1 3 0 0 12 16

B 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 5 0 7

S 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 5

M 0+ 40 35 33 4 14 6 27 34 7 200

83

UC Davis

69

Behind the hot hand of junior guard Zane Johnson, Hawai‘i defeated UC Davis, 83-69. Johnson poured in a career-high 32 points, including nine three-pointers, to lift UH (15-10) to its third road win in its last four tries. Johnson scored 19 of his points in the second half, including a half dozen three-pointers to help UH pull away from the Aggies (9-17) after clinging to just a one-point lead at halftime. The ‘Bows shot a scorching 61 percent in winning its first non-conference road game after a string of six straight losses dating back to 2007. Hawai`i (15-10) ## Player FG 3FG FT R F TP A T 04 Bill Amis f 8-11 0-0 4-4 5 3 20 2 3 15 Vander Joaquim c 4-6 0-0 6-6 7 4 14 2 3 03 Zane Johnson g 11-17 9-15 1-2 2 2 32 1 2 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski g 3-4 2-3 1-4 3 3 9 7 4 24 Bo Barnes g 0-3 0-2 0-0 3 1 0 3 1 01 Bobby Miles 0-1 0-0 0-1 3 1 0 0 0 20 Trevor Wiseman 2-4 0-0 4-5 8 2 8 2 1 34 Douglas Kurtz 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 Totals 28-46 11-20 16-22 32 17 83 17 15

B 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

S 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 4

M 29 30 36 31 28 18 26 2 200

UC Davis (9-17) ## Player FG 3FG FT 01 Todd Lowenthal g 3-4 0-0 0-0 11 Mark Payne g 5-10 1-2 1-4 21 Eddie Miller g 1-6 0-4 2-2 22 Joe Harden g 6-13 1-3 6-8 32 Ryan Sypkens g 3-6 2-5 0-0 15 Tyler Les 2-5 2-5 0-0 23 Josh Ritchart 4-7 3-4 0-0 24 Ryan Howley 1-2 1-2 0-2 34 Alex Tiffin 0-0 0-0 0-0 41 Mike Kurtz 0-1 0-1 0-0 Totals 25-54 10-26 9-16

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 8

M 26 34 19 35 19 23 23 4 4 13 200

R 3 1 3 5 1 0 1 2 0 0 20

F 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 0 0 2 17

TP 6 12 4 19 8 6 11 3 0 0 69

A T 3 1 4 3 0 3 5 2 0 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 18 11

Officials: Shawn Lehigh, Bobby McRoy, Bobby Vetkoetter Technical fouls: Hawai`i-Vander Joaquim. UC Davis-None. Attendance: 1,736 1st 2nd Total 38 45 83 37 32 69

Game 28 Mar. 3, 2011 • The Event Center • San Jose, Calif.

Hawai‘i

77

San Jose State

76

Hawai‘i closed out its regular-season home schedule in style with a 76-70 victory over New Mexico State. In the process, UH sent its three departing seniors—Bill Amis, Douglas Kurtz and Hiram Thompson—out as winners in their final home appearance. UH led for virtually the entire game but had to hold off a late Aggie rally to secure its fourth straight win and eighth in its last 10 games. Zane Johnson led the way with 22 points, including a critical threepointer late in the game to seal the win. Vander Joaquim recorded 18 points and 15 rebounds, while Amis put together a doubledouble of his own with 14 points and 11 rebounds. New Mexico State (14-15), (8-6) WAC ## Player FG 3FG FT R 10 Bandja Sy * 2-5 0-2 1-2 1 13 Hernst Laroche * 5-13 1-2 4-7 4 32 Hamidu Rahman * 0-6 0-0 0-0 5 33 Troy Gillenwater * 2-10 0-2 2-4 6 45 Tyrone Watson * 2-2 0-0 2-2 3 01 Christian Kabongo 5-8 0-1 12-14 3 15 Tshilidzi Nephawe 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 34 Gordo Castillo 5-11 4-10 0-0 3 35 B.J. West 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 Totals 22-61 5-18 21-29 30

Game 25

Score by Periods Hawai`i UC Davis

New Mexico State

71

Hawai‘i got off to a furious start and never looked back in a 71-58 win over Louisiana Tech. With the win, UH clinched a berth into next month’s Western Athletic Conference Tournament. The Rainbow Warriors led from wire-to-wire, starting the game on a 13-2 run. UH shot a scorching 65 percent in the first half, took a 41-22 lead into the locker room and coasted after the break, building its lead to as many as 25 points. Bill Amis led four ‘Bows in double-figures with 18 points.

Hawai`i (16-10), (6-7) WAC ## Player FG 04 Bill Amis f 6-9 20 Trevor Wiseman f 1-2 15 Vander Joaquim c 5-8 03 Zane Johnson g 6-12 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski g 3-7 01 Bobby Miles 0-0 05 Joston Thomas 0-2 21 Dominick Brumfield 0-0 24 Bo Barnes 1-4 34 Douglas Kurtz 0-0 Totals 22-44

Hawai‘i gave its fans a Valentine’s treat with a 69-67 overtime win over Nevada. Jeremiah Ostrowski’s jumper with 21 seconds left in overtime proved the game winner. It was the second straight home game that UH found itself in an overtime tangle. But unlike its double-overtime marathon against Utah State, this one had a happy ending. Ostrowski, who again saw extended time at the point, missed his first seven shots only to nail two huge baskets in the final minute, including the game-winner. Vander Joaquim poured in a career-high 24 points on 10-of-14 shooting, including two huge baskets in overtime.

Officials: Bruce Hicks, Doran Gotschall, Martin Cota Technical fouls: Nevada-None. Hawai`i-Vander Joaquim. Attendance: 5,813

1st 2nd Total 32 29 61 38 37 75

Louisiana Tech (12-17), ## Player 05 Olu Ashaolu f 45 Romario Souza f 20 Lonnie Smith g 21 Kenyon McNeaill g 22 Cordarius Johnson g 03 CJ Scott 14 Tevin Hall 15 Antwond Roshell 23 James Johnson 25 JL Lewis Totals

Game 24 Feb. 14, 2011 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

71

Hawai‘i picked up a huge road win with a 77-71 victory over San Jose State. UH picked up its fifth straight win and ninth in its last 11 games. In a nip-and-tuck game throughout, UH went on a game-ending 13-3 run to seal the win. UH got clutch buckets from Zane Johnson and Bill Amis in the waning minutes while also benefitting from a key intentional foul on San Jose State with a little more than a minute left. Johnson led UH with 26 points, including 18 in the second half. Amis posted 19 points and nine rebounds and Vander Joaquim added 12 points, seven rebounds and four blocks. In his third start at point guard, Jeremiah Ostrowski dished out 10 assists with no turnovers. Hawai`i (18-10, 8-7 WAC) ## Player FG 04 Bill Amis f 9-16 15 Vander Joaquim c 4-7 03 Zane Johnson g 9-14 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski g 0-5 24 Bo Barnes g 3-8 01 Bobby Miles 0-0 05 Joston Thomas 3-10 Totals 28-60

3FG 0-0 0-0 6-10 0-3 3-8 0-0 0-0 9-21

FT R 1-2 9 4-5 7 2-2 1 2-2 5 3-4 4 0-0 0 0-0 3 12-15 33

F 2 3 3 2 1 2 3 17

TP 19 12 26 2 12 0 6 77

A T 0 2 4 4 3 3 10 0 1 1 3 0 0 2 21 12

B 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 5

S 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 4

M 30 36 37 39 21 18 19 200

San Jose State (15-13, 5-10 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG 15 Wil Carter f 6-14 0-0 52 Matt Ballard c 1-2 0-0 01 Keith Shamburger g 5-12 3-5 02 Adrian Oliver g 4-15 2-5 33 Justin Graham g 5-16 2-2 05 Calvin Douglas 2-3 1-1 23 Chris Jones 2-4 0-0 32 Joe Henson 0-1 0-0 Totals 25-67 8-13

FT R 1-2 7 0-0 6 1-4 6 8-8 6 3-4 2 0-0 1 0-0 2 0-0 5 13-18 38

F 3 4 1 2 2 1 1 4 18

TP 13 2 14 18 15 5 4 0 71

A 0 0 6 2 5 1 0 0 14

B 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 4

S 0 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 6

M 31 22 36 34 38 13 9 17 200

T 1 2 0 4 1 0 1 0 9

Officials: Scott Thornley, Bob Staffen, Larry Spaulding Technical fouls: Hawai`i-Team. San Jose State-None. Attendance: 2,823 Score by Periods Hawai`i San Jose State

1st 2nd Total 36 41 77 37 34 71

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2010-11 Game Recaps Game 29 Mar. 5, 2011 • Save Mart Center • Fresno, Calif.

Hawai‘i

70

Fresno State

85

Hawai‘i concluded its regular season schedule with an 85-70 loss to Fresno State. After starting league play 0-5, the Rainbow Warriors won eight of their last 11 games to finish in a tie for fifth place in the Western Athletic Conference. Hawai‘i entered the game against Fresno State with tremendous momentum, riding a five-game win streak. However, the ‘Bows came out flat and never got into a rhythm, as an energized Bulldog squad led from wire-towire. Zane Johnson led UH with 21 points, while freshman guard Kevin Olekaibe led the Bulldogs with 17 points. Hawai`i (18-11, 8-8 WAC) ## Player FG 04 Bill Amis f 6-10 20 Trevor Wiseman f 3-4 15 Vander Joaquim c 2-5 03 Zane Johnson g 8-14 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski g 3-8 01 Bobby Miles 0-2 05 Joston Thomas 4-10 21 Dominick Brumfield 0-1 24 Bo Barnes 1-5 34 Douglas Kurtz 0-0 Totals 27-59

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-9 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-4 0-0 6-17

FT R 2-3 7 1-1 3 2-2 2 1-2 2 2-4 2 0-0 1 2-6 7 0-0 0 0-0 3 0-0 1 10-18 30

F 1 4 4 4 3 5 2 1 3 2 29

TP 14 7 6 21 9 0 10 0 3 0 70

A T 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 13 16

B 4 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 9

S 1 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 7

M 27 23 16 38 32 12 18 2 20 12 200

Fresno State (14-16, 6-10 WAC) ## Player FG 3FG 02 Jonathan Wills f 3-7 0-0 15 Nedeljko Golubovic f 2-4 1-1 04 Greg Smith c 6-11 0-0 12 Steven Shepp g 2-3 1-2 20 Garrett Johnson g 2-6 2-3 01 Tyler Johnson 2-4 0-0 05 Tim Steed 2-5 0-0 22 John Ryan 1-1 0-0 23 Kevin Olekaibe 5-11 3-5 45 Bracken Funk 1-3 0-1 Totals 26-55 7-12

FT R 1-2 2 2-2 5 4-10 16 2-2 1 5-6 2 2-5 2 1-4 2 0-0 1 4-5 4 5-6 3 26-42 43

F 2 4 3 2 1 1 0 2 1 1 17

TP 7 7 16 7 11 6 5 2 17 7 85

A T 5 2 1 0 0 4 5 2 2 3 4 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 21 15

B S M 0 1 24 2 0 20 2 2 34 0 1 23 0 0 20 0 4 16 0 0 16 0 1 3 1 1 25 4 1 19 9 11 200

Game 30 Mar. 9, 2011 • New Orleans Arena • Las Vegas, Nev.

San Jose State Hawai‘i

FG 4-14 9-22 5-10 4-8 0-0 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 24-58

75

64

74

Hawai‘i

76

Hawai‘i returned to the postseason with a bang, defeating Portland 76-64 in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. Making its first postseason appearance since 2004, the ‘Bows earned the right for another game after a solid effort on both ends of the court against a 20-win Portland squad (20-12). UH muscled its way to 39 free-throw attempts on offense while clamping down on the Pilots, who entered the game as one of the top three-point shooting teams in the country at better than 41 percent. Portland shot just 35 percent from the game and nailed just 8-of-26 three-pointers (31 percent). Zane Johnson led four players in double-digits with 19 points.

3FG FT R 0-4 4-4 3 5-8 6-7 7 0-0 5-5 6 0-0 3-7 7 0-0 2-2 5 1-1 1-2 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 0-0 0 6-13 21-274 34

F 3 1 4 5 4 1 0 5 1 24

TP 12 29 15 11 2 6 0 0 0 75

A 2 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 10

T 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 8

B 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

S 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3

M 30 38 39 30 18 23 1 14 7 200

Hawai`i (18-12) ## Player FG 3FG FT R 03 Zane Johnson * 6-14 2-8 0-1 1 04 Bill Amis * 9-12 0-0 5-8 6 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski * 0-4 0-2 0-0 8 15 Vander Joaquim * 4-7 0-0 0-0 8 20 Trevor Wiseman * 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 01 Bobby Miles 1-3 0-1 0-1 2 05 Joston Thomas 3-5 0-0 10-16 6 24 Bo Barnes 2-5 2-4 3-4 2 Totals 26-52 4-15 18-30 37

Portland (20-12) ## Player FG 3FG 01 Eric Waterford * 0-5 0-1 20 Jared Stohl * 8-18 4-11 33 Nemanja Mitrovic * 2-8 2-6 43 Luke Sikma * 3-12 0-1 45 Kramer Knutson * 1-3 0-0 03 Tanner Riley 2-8 2-6 14 Riley Barker 1-2 0-0 15 Derrick Rodgers 3-6 0-0 32 Ryan Nicholas 5-7 0-1 55 Jasonn Hannibal 1-5 0-0 Totals 26-74 8-26

F 4 1 4 4 3 2 3 2 23

TP 14 23 0 8 2 2 16 9 74

A 3 0 8 1 2 2 2 0 18

T 2 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 8

B 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 4

S 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4

M 33 38 40 26 14 18 16 15 200

Hawai`i (19-12) ## Player 03 Zane Johnson * 04 Bill Amis * 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski * 15 Vander Joaquim * 20 Trevor Wiseman * 05 Joston Thomas 24 Bo Barnes Totals

Officials: Shawn Lehigh, Lonnie Dixon, Glen Mayberry Technical fouls: Hawai`i-None. Fresno State-None. Attendance: 7,917

Officials: Winston Stith, Mike Giarratano, Duane Allen Technical fouls: San Jose State-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 2,814

Score by Periods Hawai`i Fresno State

Score by Periods San Jose State Hawai`i

1st 2nd Total 28 42 70 46 39 85

Mar. 15, 2011 • Stan Sheriff Center• Honolulu

Portland

Hawai‘i fell on the short end of a furious finish with a 75-74 loss to San Jose State in the opening round of the 2011 Verizon Western Athletic Conference Tournament. Adrian Oliver hit the go-ahead bucket with five seconds remaining, while Bill Amis’ ensuing tip-in at the buzzer was waved off. It was the Rainbow Warriors’ sixth straight loss in the WAC Tournament dating back to 2005. Oliver finished with a game-high 29 points to lead SJSU into a quarterfinal match-up against No. 4-seed Idaho. Amis led UH with 23 points on 9-of-12 shooting, while also adding six rebounds and three blocks. San Jose State (16-14) ## Player 01 Keith Shamburger * 02 Adrian Oliver * 15 Wil Carter * 33 Justin Graham * 52 Matt Ballard * 05 Calvin Douglas 23 Chris Jones 32 Joe Henson 50 Garrett Ton Totals

Game 31

1st 2nd Total 37 38 75 42 32 74

FG 4-9 4-14 7-11 4-11 2-3 1-3 1-2 23-53

3FG 1-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 2-8

FT 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-2 0-0 4-8

R 2 3 0 10 8 3 2 3 1 2 41

F 3 0 5 5 1 3 0 3 4 1 25

TP 0 22 6 6 2 6 2 6 12 2 64

A T 1 1 1 3 0 0 2 4 1 2 2 0 0 0 7 2 0 4 1 0 15 16

B 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 5

FT R 10-10 4 6-6 11 3-9 6 3-5 10 5-7 4 1-2 1 0-0 0 28-39 41

F 4 3 0 2 3 1 2 15

TP 19 14 17 11 9 3 3 76

A 2 1 4 0 2 0 0 9

B S M 0 1 39 3 5 35 0 2 40 1 0 34 0 2 33 0 1 6 0 0 13 4 11 200

T 4 2 3 1 3 1 0 14

S 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 9

M 22 37 22 29 18 22 7 19 17 7 200

Officials: Jef Ketchu, Mark Cook, Ryan Wells Technical fouls: Portland-None. Hawai`i-None. Attendance: 4,431 Score by Periods Portland Hawai`i

1st 2nd Total 32 32 64 38 38 76

Game 32 Mar. 19, 2011 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu

San Francisco

77

Hawai‘i

74

Hawai‘i’s postseason run came to a stunning conclusion with a 77-74 loss to San Francisco in the second round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. The Rainbow Warriors were primed to advance to the CIT quarterfinals only to see the game snatched away. UH held a seven-point lead with less than 90 seconds, but the Dons (19-14) went on an 11-1 run to end the game. Cody Doolin hit the go-ahead layup with 7.3 seconds remaining, UH turned the ball over on its final possession and USF iced the game with two free throws with less than a second left to dim the lights on UH’s season. San Francisco (19-14) ## Player 05 Michael Williams * 13 Rashad Green * 22 Perris Blackwell * 32 Angelo Caloiaro * 45 Cody Doolin * 10 Marko Petrovic 21 Moustapha Diarra 25 Cole Dickerson 33 Avery Johnson Totals

FG 3-18 7-10 6-9 1-9 5-13 2-5 1-6 0-2 0-0 25-72

3FG 1-7 2-3 0-0 0-6 1-7 2-5 0-0 0-1 0-0 6-29

FT R 4-6 3 6-7 15 2-2 3 4-4 11 2-2 5 3-3 2 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 21-24 43

F 1 1 3 3 3 4 3 0 1 20

TP 11 22 14 6 13 9 2 0 0 77

A T 1 1 4 6 1 1 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 11

B S M 0 3 29 0 3 34 0 0 25 0 0 33 0 4 37 0 0 22 1 0 11 0 0 5 0 0 4 1 10 200

Hawai`i (19-13) ## Player 03 Zane Johnson * 04 Bill Amis * 11 Jeremiah Ostrowski * 15 Vander Joaquim * 20 Trevor Wiseman * 01 Bobby Miles 05 Joston Thomas 24 Bo Barnes 34 Douglas Kurtz Totals

FG 4-13 6-12 3-7 4-11 5-7 0-0 5-7 0-0 1-1 28-58

3FG 1-9 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-12

FT R 4-6 4 0-0 13 2-4 3 5-8 7 3-4 7 0-0 0 2-3 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 16-25 38

F 4 2 3 3 5 0 1 1 0 19

TP 13 12 9 13 13 0 12 0 2 74

A T 2 2 1 2 6 8 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 12 18

B 0 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 7

S 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 5

M 35 37 39 32 32 1 15 6 3 200

Officials: Bobby McRoy, Mark Cook, Bryan Barr Technical fouls: San Francisco-Cody Doolin; Team. Hawai`i-Zane Johnson; Bill Amis. Attendance: 6,491 Score by Periods San Francisco Hawai`i

1st 2nd Total 33 44 77 40 34 74

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2010-11 WAC review Final 2010-11 Standings Team Utah State Boise State Idaho New Mexico State Hawai‘i Nevada Fresno State San Jose State Louisiana Tech

W 15 10 9 9 8 8 6 5 2

L 1 6 7 7 8 8 10 11 14

WAC Games Pct Home .938 8-0 .625 5-3 .563 5-3 .563 7-1 .500 5-3 .500 5-3 .375 5-3 .313 3-5 .125 2-6

Away 7-1 5-3 4-4 2-6 3-5 3-5 1-7 2-6 0-8

Streak W4 W5 W1 W1 L1 L1 W1 L2 L7

W 30 22 18 16 19 13 14 17 12

L 4 13 14 17 13 19 17 16 20

All Games Pct .882 .629 .563 .485 .594 .406 .452 .515 .375

Home 17-0 12-4 10-5 12-5 14-5 9-5 11-5 9-6 8-6

Away 11-3 9-8 8-8 3-10 4-6 3-10 3-11 6-9 2-14

Neutral 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-2 1-2 1-4 0-1 2-1 2-0

Streak L1 L1 L2 L1 L1 L3 L1 L2 L4

All-WAC Teams No. 1 Utah St.

No. 5 Hawai`i Game 1 Wednesday, Mar. 9 75-74

No. 8 SJSU

No. 8 SJSU Game 3 Thursday, Mar. 10 74-68

Game 5 Friday, Mar. 11 Semifinal #1 58-54

No. 1 Utah St.

Game 7 Saturday, March 12 No. 1 Utah St. Championship WAC Champion 77-69

No. 6 Nevada

No. 7 Fresno St.

March 9-12, 2011 Orleans Arena 4 Las Vegas, Nev.

No. 8 SJSU

No. 4 Idaho

Game 2 Wednesday, Mar. 9 90-80

2011 WAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Bracket

No. 6 Nevada Game 4 No. 3 NMSU Thursday, Mar. 10 66-60

No. 3 NMSU

Game 6 Friday, Mar. 11 Semifinal #2 81-63 No. 2 Boise St.

No. 2 Boise St.

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Second Team Bill Amis, Hawai‘i Brian Green, Utah State Dario Hunt, Nevada Jeff Ledbetter, Idaho Greg Smith, Fresno State Honorable Mention Olu Ashaolu, Louisiana Tech Kyle Barone, Idaho Deonte Burton, Nevada Justin Graham, San Jose State Zane Johnson, Hawai‘i Player of the Year: Tai Wesley, Utah State Freshman of the Year: Deonte Burton, Nevada Don Haskins Coach of the Year: Stew Morrill, Utah State All-Newcomer Team Deonte Burton, Nevada Olek Czyz, Nevada Zane Johnson, Hawai‘i Brockeith Pane, Utah State Tim Steed, Fresno State

Players of the Week Nov. 15 Hiram Thompson, Hawai‘i Nov. 22 DeAndre Brown, Louisiana Tech Nov. 29 Brady Jardine, Utah State Dec. 6 Justin Graham, San Jose State Dec. 13 Tai Wesley, Utah State Dec. 20 Olu Ashaolu, Louisiana Tech Dec. 27 Adrian Oliver San Jose State Jan. 3 Tai Wesley, Utah State Jan. 10 La’Shard Anderson, Boise State Jan. 17 Jeff Ledbetter, Idaho Jan. 24 Deonte burton, Nevada Jan. 31 Brian green, Utah State Feb. 7 Greg Smith, Fresno State Feb. 14 Malik Story, Nevada Feb. 21 Tai Wesley, Utah State Feb. 28 La’Shard Anderson, Boise State Mar. 7 Zane Johnson, Hawai‘i

First Team La’Shard Anderson, Boise State Troy Gillenwater, New Mexico State Adrian Oliver, San Jose State Brockeith Pane, Utah State Tai Wesley, Utah State

Bill Amis

2010-11 All-WAC Second Team

All-Defensive Team La’Shard Anderson, Boise State Olu Ashaolu, Louisiana Tech Justin Graham, San Jose State Dario Hunt, Nevada Tyler Newbold, Utah State All-Tournament Team La’Shard Anderson, Boise State Nate Bendall, Utah State Adrian Oliver, San Jose State Tai Wesley, Utah State Brockeith Pane, Utah State Tournament Most Valuable Player Brockeith Pane, Utah State

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2010-11 wac statistics Team

3-Point Field-Goal Pct.

Scoring Offense

TEAM G PTS 1. Boise State 35 2594 2. San Jose State 33 2391 3. Utah State 34 2449 4. New Mexico State 33 2364 5. Nevada 32 2245 6. Hawai‘i 32 2216 7. Idaho 32 2172 8. Fresno State 31 2096 9. Louisiana Tech 32 2051

Scoring Defense

TEAM G PTS 1. Utah State 34 1995 2. Idaho 32 2134 3. Hawai‘i 32 2151 4. Fresno State 31 2089 5. Louisiana Tech 32 2174 6. Boise State 35 2382 7. New Mexico State 33 2316 8. Nevada 32 2279 9. San Jose State 33 2405

Scoring Margin

AVG 74.1 72.5 72.0 71.6 70.2 69.2 67.9 67.6 64.1

AVG 58.7 66.7 67.2 67.4 67.9 68.1 70.2 71.2 72.9

TEAM OFF 1. Utah State 72.0 2. Boise State 74.1 3. Hawai‘i 69.2 4. New Mexico State 71.6 5. Idaho 67.9 6. Fresno State 67.6 7. San Jose State 72.5 8. Nevada 70.2 9. Louisiana Tech 64.1

DEF +/58.7 +13.4 68.1 +6.1 67.2 +2.0 70.2 +1.5 66.7 +1.2 67.4 +0.2 72.9 -0.4 71.2 -1.1 67.9 -3.8

TEAM FTM 1. San Jose State 568 2. Utah State 563 3. Boise State 605 4. Idaho 454 5. Nevada 529 6. Hawai‘i 503 7. New Mexico State 594 8. Louisiana Tech 416 9. Fresno State 427

FTA 753 764 838 630 771 734 879 642 679

Free-Throw Percentage

Field-Goal Percentage

TEAM 1. Utah State 2. Idaho 3. Hawai‘i 4. New Mexico State 5. Boise State 6. Fresno State 7. Nevada 8. Louisiana Tech 9. San Jose State

FG FGA 840 1788 758 1644 760 1685 793 1780 876 2002 743 1740 753 1782 721 1721 808 1999

Field-Goal Pct. Defense

TEAM FG FGA 1. Utah State 696 1815 2. Hawai‘i 733 1883 3. Idaho 761 1818 4. Nevada 778 1827 5. Louisiana Tech 733 1716 6. Fresno State 727 1678 7. San Jose State 839 1920 8. New Mexico State 825 1875 9. Boise State 807 1760

PCT .754 .737 .722 .721 .686 .685 .676 .648 .629

PCT .470 .461 .451 .446 .438 .427 .423 .419 .404

TEAM FG 1. Idaho 202 2. San Jose State 207 3. Utah State 206 4. Hawai‘i 193 5. Nevada 210 6. Boise State 237 7. New Mexico State 184 8. Louisiana Tech 193 9. Fresno State 183

FGA 528 556 562 541 606 688 554 585 621

PCT .383 .372 .367 .357 .347 .344 .332 .330 .295

Rebounding Margin

TEAM REB OPP +/1. Utah State 1266 1007 +7.6 2. Louisiana Tech 1152 1081 +2.2 3. Hawai‘i 1155 1092 +2.0 4. San Jose State 1231 1183 +1.5 5. Nevada 1178 1133 +1.4 6. Fresno State 1117 1081 +1.2 7. Boise State 1158 1137 +0.6 8. New Mexico State1157 1140 +0.5 9. Idaho 1057 1046 +0.3

Assist/Turnover Ratio

TEAM 1. Utah State 2. San Jose State 3. Boise State 4. Fresno State 5. Idaho 6. New Mexico State 7. Nevada 8. Hawai‘i 9. Louisiana Tech

AST 500 406 449 441 455 410 356 380 331

TO RATIO 402 1.2 363 1.1 425 1.1 430 1.0 470 1.0 487 0.8 459 0.8 509 0.7 535 0.6

TEAM G 1. Hawai‘i 32 2. New Mexico State 33 3. Fresno State 31 4. Nevada 32 5. Utah State 34 6. Idaho 32 7. Boise State 35 8. San Jose State 33 9. Louisiana Tech 32

BK AVG 134 4.2 124 3.8 115 3.7 117 3.7 110 3.2 98 3.1 95 2.7 82 2.5 76 2.4

Blocked Shots

Steals

TEAM G 1. Boise State 35 2. Fresno State 31 3. Idaho 32 4. New Mexico State 33 5. Louisiana Tech 32 6. Hawai‘i 32 7. San Jose State 33 8. Nevada 32 9. Utah State 34

PCT .383 .389 .419 .426 .427 .433 .437 .440 .459

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STL AVG 302 8.6 264 8.5 210 6.6 215 6.5 180 5.6 177 5.5 179 5.4 154 4.8 162 4.8

Individual Scoring

PLAYER-TEAM G 1. Oliver, Adrian-SJSU 31 2. G illenwater, Troy-NMSU 27 3. Brown,DeAndre-LTU 27 4. Johnson, Zane-UH 31 5. Anderson, La`Shard-BSU 35 6. Wesley, Tai-USU 34 7. Story, Malik-NEV 32 8. Graham, Justin-SJSU 32 Ashaolu,Olu-LTU 32 10. Burton, Deonte-NEV 32

Assists PTS AVG 743 24.0 511 18.9 426 15.8 489 15.8 527 15.1 502 14.8 463 14.5 455 14.2 455 14.2 437 13.7

PLAYER-TEAM G 1. Anderson, La’Shard-BSU 35 2. Laroche, Hernst-NMSU 33 3. Graham, Justin-SJSU 32 4. Burton, Deonte-NEV 32 5. Pane, Brockeith-USU 34 6. Tatum, Landon-UI 32 7. Henderson, Shawn-UI 32 8. Newbold, Tyler-USU 34 9. Geiger, Deremy-UI 32 10.Thompson, Hiram-UH 24

AST AVG 165 4.7 152 4.6 141 4.4 113 3.5 116 3.4 97 3.0 89 2.8 94 2.8 84 2.6 61 2.5

Rebounding

Steals

PLAYER-TEAM G REB AVG 1. Hunt, Dario-NEV 32 309 9.7 2. Ashaolu,Olu-LTU 32 300 9.4 3. Joaquim, Vander-UH 32 263 8.2 4. Smith, Greg-FS 31 252 8.1 5. Carter, Wil-SJSU 33 265 8.0 6. Wesley, Tai-USU 34 271 8.0 7. Jardine, Brady-USU 34 237 7.0 8. G illenwater, Troy-NMSU 27 170 6.3 9. Barone, Kyle-UI 32 187 5.8 10.Bendall, Nate-USU 31 181 5.8

PLAYER-TEAM G STL AVG 1. Graham, Justin-SJSU 32 73 2.3 2. Anderson, La’Shard-BSU 35 77 2.2 3. Laroche, Hernst-NMSU 33 62 1.9 4. Perryman, Westly-BSU 35 54 1.5 5. Ledbetter, Jeff-UI 32 45 1.4 6. Burton, Deonte-NEV 32 41 1.3 7. Arnold, Robert-BSU 35 42 1.2 8. McNeaill,Kenyon-LTU 32 38 1.2 9. Watson, Tyrone-NMSU 33 39 1.2 10.Olekaibe, Kevin-FS 30 35 1.2

Field-Goal Pct. (Min. 3.0 FG/g) PLAYER-TEAM FG FGA PCT 1. Barone, Kyle-UI 127 208 .611 2. Wesley, Tai-USU 176 294 .599 3. Wiley, Brandon-UI 100 174 .575 4. Smith, Greg-FS 139 242 .574 5. Toledo, Luiz-UI 106 197 .538 6. Ashaolu,Olu-LTU 163 309 .528 7. J oaquim, Vander-UH 116 224 .518 8. Hunt, Dario-NEV 142 279 .509 9. Steed, Tim-FS 104 205 .507 10.Green, Brian-USU 120 249 .482

Blocked Shots

Free-Throw Pct. (Min. 2.0 FT/g) PLAYER-TEAM FTM FTA PCT 1. Geiger, Deremy-UI 73 2. Oliver, Adrian-SJSU 181 3. Johnson, Zane-UH 77 4. Pane, Brockeith-USU 138 5. Carter, Wil-SJSU 89 6. Anderson, La’Shard-BSU 142 7. Nephawe, Tshilidzi-NMSU 68 8. Montreal, Daequon-BSU 97 9. Shamburger, Keith-SJSU 91 10.Gillenwater, Troy-NMSU 128

84 220 95 172 112 181 89 128 121 171

.869 .823 .811 .802 .795 .785 .764 .758 .752 .749

3-Pt. FG Pct. (Min. 1.0 made FG/g) PLAYER-TEAM 3FG 1. Green, Brian-USU 76 2. Ledbetter, Jeff-UI 99 3. Graham, Justin-SJSU 37 4. Oliver, Adrian-SJSU 70 5. Johnson, Zane-UH 98

FGA 162 218 89 171 241

3-Pt. Field Goals Made

PCT .469 .454 .416 .409 .407

PLAYER-TEAM G BK AVG 1. Hunt, Dario-NEV 32 54 1.7 2. J oaquim, Vander-UH 32 40 1.3 3. Wiley, Brandon-UI 32 38 1.2 4. Smith, Greg-FS 31 35 1.1 5. Wesley, Tai-USU 34 36 1.1 6. Jardine, Brady-USU 34 34 1.0 7. Nephawe,Tshilidzi-NMSU 33 32 1.0 8. Gillenwater,Troy-NMSU 27 26 1.0 9. Barone, Kyle-UI 32 26 0.8 10.Thomas, Joston-UH 31 25 0.8 Funk, Bracken-FS 31 25 0.8

Assist/Turnover Ratio PLAYER-TEAM AST

TO RATIO

1. Tatum, Landon-UI 97 44 2. Graham, Justin-SJSU 141 72 3. Laroche, Hernst-NMSU 152 88 4. Burton, Deonte-NEV 113 71 5. Anderson, La’Shard-BSU 165 109 6. Pane, Brockeith-USU 116 88

Minutes Played

PLAYER-TEAM G MIN 1. Graham, Justin-SJSU 32 1161 2. Oliver, Adrian-SJSU 31 1086 3. Laroche, Hernst-NMSU 33 1140 4. Johnson, Zane-UH 31 1059 5. Brown,DeAndre-LTU 27 921 6. Anderson,La’Shard-BSU 35 1128 7. Story, Malik-NEV 32 1030 8. Shamburger, Keith-SJSU 33 1034 9. Ashaolu,Olu-LTU 32 990 10.Carter, Wil-SJSU 33 1017

2.2 2.0 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.3

AVG 36.3 35.0 34.5 34.2 34.1 32.2 32.2 31.3 30.9 30.8

PLAYER-TEAM G 3FG AVG 1. Johnson, Zane-UH 31 98 3.2 2. Ledbetter, Jeff-UI 32 99 3.1 3. Story, Malik-NEV 32 76 2.4 4. Oliver, Adrian-SJSU 31 70 2.3

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Team records Gavin Smith Michael Kuebler

Melton Werts

Anthony Harris

Points

3-Point Field-Goal Percentage

Game 125 vs. Pepperdine, 1/22/72 First Half 66 vs. Pepperdine, 1/22/72 Second Half 67 vs. Cal State L.A., 2/6/59 Points by Two Teams 223 (UH 116, Cal State L.A. 107), 2/6/59 Fewest Points 24 vs. Washington, 3/25/38 Fewest Points by Two Teams 67 (UH 33, BYU 34), 1/26/80 Season 2,574, 1989-90

Game 35 vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 12/23/00 Free Throws Made by Two Teams 72; UH (27) vs. Oklahoma City (45), 1/28/67; UH (33) vs. Missouri (39), 12/22/75 Season 550, 1995-96

Scoring Average

Free Throws Attempted

Season 91.7, 1971-72

Scoring Margin Season 15.1, 1971-72

Field Goals Made

Game 57 vs. Pepperdine, 1/22/72 Field Goals Made by Two Teams 95, UH (57) vs. Pepperdine (38), 1/22/72 Season 1,032; 1970-71

Field Goals Attempted

Game 117 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 2/12/71 Field Goals Attempted by Two Teams 198, UH (117) vs. Alaska-Fairbanks (81), 2/12/71 Season 2,269, 1970-71

Field-Goal Percentage

Game (min 10 made) .714 (10-14) vs. Fresno State, 2/1/01 Season .393; 1991-92

Free Throws Made

Game 51 vs. Linfield, 1/10/70 Free Throws Attempted by Two Teams 99, UH (43) vs. Oklahoma City (56), 1/28/67 Season 844, 1989-90

Free-Throw Percentage

Game (min. 10 att.) .970 (32-33) vs. New Mexico, 2/24/96 Season .751, 1995-96

Rebounds

Game 83 vs. Georgia Tech, 2/20/71 Season 1,596, 1970-71

Rebounding Average

Game .708 vs. UTEP, 1/21/89 Season .488, 1995-96

Season 57.0, 1970-71 Largest Rebounding Margin 12.8, 1970-71

3-Point Field Goals Made

Blocked Shots

Game 14 at Fresno State, 3/2/02; vs. SMU, 1/12/02 3-Point Field Goals Made by Two Teams 23 (UH - 14) at Fresno State (9), 3/2/02 Season 241, 2001-02

Game 13 vs. Nevada, 1/5/06 Season 166, 2005-06

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Game 20 vs. Tennessee Tech, 12/9/88 Season 293; 1980-81

Game 33 at Tulsa, 3/10/01 3-Point Field Goals Attempted by Two Teams 56 (UH - 25) at SMU (31), 2/7/02 Season 634; 2001-02

66

Steals

Turnovers

Game 36 vs. Oregon State, 1/15/74 Season 564, 1977-78

Personal Fouls

Game 39 vs. UNLV, 1/19/79 Season 635; 1983-84

Disqualifications

Game 5 vs. Oklahoma City, 1/12/67 Season 30; 1976-77, 1985-86

total Home Attendance

Game 10,300 (sellout), many times, Stan Sheriff Center Season 211,520, 1997-98 (avg. 9,615), Stan Sheriff Center 157,395, 1972-73 (avg. 7,495), Neal Blaisdell Center 150,343, 1973-74 (avg. 7,517), Neal Blaisdell Center 150,151, 1974-75 (avg. 7,508), Neal Blaisdell Center 149,351, 1998-99 (avg. 7,861), Stan Sheriff Center

Average Home Attendance Season

9,615, 1997-98, Stan Sheriff Center 8,457, 1994-95, Stan Sheriff Center 7,861, 1998-99, Stan Sheriff Center 7,653, 1996-97, Stan Sheriff Center 7,517, 1973-74, Neal Blaisdell Center

Sellouts Season

21, 1972-73, (21 games), Neal Blaisdell Center 19, 1971-72, (19 games), Neal Blaisdell Center 19, 1973-74, (19 games), Neal Blaisdell Center 18, 1974-75, (19 games), Neal Blaisdell Center 13, 1997-98, (22 games), Stan Sheriff Center

Assists

Game 33 vs. Portland, 2/9/73 Season 557, 2000-01

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Individual records Phil Martin

Tony Webster

Scoring Game Season Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Career

45 Tony Davis vs. Cal St. L.A., 2/6/59 626 Anthony Harris, 1995-96 480 Chris Gaines, 1986-87 460 Andre Morgan, 1984-85 545 Predrag Savovic, 2000-01 626 Anthony Harris, 1995-96 1,734 Chris Gaines, 1986-90

Scoring Average

Season 23.4 Gavin Smith, 1976-77 Career 20.0 Tom Henderson, 1972-74

Field Goals Made

Game 18 Gavin Smith vs. SW Louisiana, 3/5/77; Tony Davis vs. CS Los Angeles, 2/6/59 Consecutive in Game 12 Aaron Strayhorn vs. UNLV, 2/21/81 Consecutive in Multiple Games 13 Chris Walz vs. UH-Hilo, Illinois Chicago, Wagner, 12/6/90-12/20/90 Season 252 Gavin Smith, 1976-77 Career 609 Chris Gaines, 1986-90

Field Goals Attempted

Game 32 Gavin Smith vs. SW Louisiana, 3/5/77 Season 571 Gavin Smith, 1976-77 Career 1,309 Chris Gaines, 1986-90

Field-Goal Percentage

Game (min. 10 att.) 1.000 (10-10) Jim Halm vs. Nebraska, 12/13/67 Season (min. 2.5 FG made/game) .627 Phil Martin, 2000-01 Career (min. 2 years and 2.5 FGâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;made/game) .564 Justice Sueing, 1994-96

3-Point Field Goals Made

Game 10 Trevor Ruffin vs. Louisville, 12/30/93 Season 98, Zane Johnson, 2010-11 Career 178 Predrag Savovic, 1999-2001

3-Point Field Goals Attempted Game Season Career

14 Tes Whitlock vs. North Carolina, 12/22/94; Mike McIntyre at Fresno State, 3/2/02; Carl English vs. Tulsa, 2/1/03 242, Michael Kuebler, 2003-04 471 Predrag Savovic, 1999-2001

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3-Point Field-Goal Percentage

Game (min. 5 att.) 1.000 Matt Lojeski (7-7) vs. Boise State, 3/3/07; Jake Sottos (6-6) at UTEP, 1/20/05; Matt Gibson (6-6) vs. UW-Milwaukee, 2/19/05 Season (min. 1 3FG made/game) .479 Bert Woodard, 1991-92 Career (min. 2 years and 1 3FG made/game) .440 Bert Woodard, 1991-93

Free Throws Made

Game 19 Chris Gaines vs. Texas A&M, 11/27/89 Consecutive in Game 14 Chris Gaines vs. Texas A&M, 11/27/89 Consecutive in Multiple Games 28 Reggie Carter, 1975-76 Season 184 Chris Gaines, 1989-90 Career 442 Chris Gaines, 1986-90

Free Throws Attempted

Game 24 Harvey Lee vs. Santa Clara, 12/20/54 Season 224 John Penebacker, 1969-70 Career 582 John Penebacker, 1969-73

Free-Throw Percentage

Game (most without a miss) Victor Kelly (13-13) vs. San Jose State, 12/26/74 Season (min. 2 FT made/game) .879 Bobby Nash (80-91, 30 games), 2007-08 Career (min. 2 years and 2 FT made/game) .848 Chris Gaines (442-521, 102 games), 1986-90

Rebounds

Game 30 Bob Nash vs. Arizona State, 12/30/71 Season 361 Bob Nash, 1971-72 Career 1,098 Melton Werts, 1973-76

Matt Lojeski

Bob Nash

Steals

Game 9 Tony Webster vs. Air Force, 1/29/83 Season 84 Tom Henderson, 1972-73 Career 160 Tom Henderson, 1972-74

Assists Game Season Career

19 Reggie Carter vs. San Francisco, 12/12/75 212 Anthony Carter, 1997-98 412 Troy Bowe, 1988-91

Turnovers

Game 13 Craig Murray at Kentucky, 11/28/87 Season 138 Anthony Carter, 1997-98 Career 274 Anthony Carter, 1996-98

Personal Fouls

Game 5 by many Season 115 Tony Maroney, 1993-94 Career 340 Melton Werts, 1972-76

Disqualifications

Season 11 Anthony Jones, 1985-86 Career 18 Brad Pineau, 1978-82

Minutes Played Game Season Career

53 Tony Webster, William Colston vs. New Mexico (4 ot), 3/3/83 1,179 Michael Kuebler, 2003-04 3,391 Chris Gaines, 1986-90

Games Played

Season 35 Chris Gaines; Terry Houston; Troy Bowe; Vincent Smalls; Phil Lott; 1989-90 Career 127, Phil Martin, 2000-03

Games Started

Season 35 Chris Gaines; Terry Houston; Troy Bowe, Vincent Smalls; 1989-90 Career 122, Phil Martin, 2000-03

Rebounding Average

Season 14.4 Bob Nash, 1971-72 Career 13.6 Bob Nash, 1970-72

Blocked Shots Game Season Career

8 Melton Werts vs. UC San Diego, 2/24/73; Tony Maroney at Utah, 1/12/95; Mike Robinson vs. San Jose State, 2/25/99 103 Tony Maroney, 1993-94 173 Tony Maroney, 1993-95 67


career leaders Points

1. Chris Gaines (1987-90)______________1,734 2. John Penebacker (1970-73)_ __________1,519 3. Alika Smith (1995-98)_______________1,415 4. Predrag Savovic (2000-02)____________1,414 5. Melton Werts (1973-76)_ ____________1,314 6. Phil Lott (1989-92)_ ________________1,290 7. Carl English (2001-03)_______________1,259 8. Phil Martin (2001-2004)_____________1,231 9. Julian Sensley (2004-06)______________1,230 10. Matt Gibson (2005, ’07-08)___________1,126 11. Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ __________1,082 12. Anthony Carter (1998-99)____________1,070 13. Bobby Nash (2004-05, ’07-08)_ _______1,022 14. Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ _____________1,013 15. Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________ 977 16. Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________ 967 17. Roderick Flemings (2009-10)___________ 964 18. Andre Morgan (1984-86)______________ 958 19. Al Davis (1971-72)___________________ 923 20. Terry Houston (1989-90)______________ 917

Chris Gaines

20-Point Games

Tom Henderson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Chris Gaines (1987-90)________________ Predrag Savovic (2000-02)______________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ____________ Alika Smith (1995-98)_________________ Anthony Carter (1997-98)______________ Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ ______________ Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ _______________ Phil Lott (1989-92)_ __________________ Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ____________ Carl English (2001-03)_________________

30-Point Games

1. 3. 8.

Predrag Savovic

68

33 31 26 25 24 23 22 22 21 20

Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ _____________ Gavin Smith (1977)____________________ Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _______________ Chris Gaines (1987-90)_________________ Ray Reed (1991)_______________________ Anthony Harris (1995-96)_______________ Carl English (2001-03)__________________ Phil Lott (1989-92)_ ___________________ Anthony Carter (1997-98)_______________ Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_______________

5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3

Scoring Average (min. 2 years and 50 games) 1. Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________20.0 2. Anthony Carter (1997-98)_____________18.4 3. Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ ______________17.2 4. Melton Werts (1973-76) ______________17.1 5. Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________17.0 Chris Gaines (1987-90)_______________17.0 7. Bob Nash (1971-72)_________________16.8 8. Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_____________16.6 9. Roderick Flemings (2009-10)___________16.6 10. Frank DeLauro (1959-61)_ ____________15.5 11. Jerome Freeman (1971-72)____________15.3 Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________15.3 Matt Lojeski (2006-07)_ ______________15.3 14. Aaron Strayhorn (1980-81)_ ___________14.7 15. Dwight Holiday (1971-72)_____________14.6

Field Goals Made

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Chris Gaines (1987-90)_______________ John Penebacker (1970-73)_ ___________ Melton Werts (1973-76)_ _____________ Phil Martin (2001-04)________________ Phil Lott (1989-92)_ _________________ Alika Smith (1995-98)________________ Julian Sensley (2004-06)_______________ Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_____________ Carl English (2001-03)________________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________

609 572 564 513 500 484 457 456 423 421

Field Goals Attempted

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Chris Gaines (1987-90)______________1,309 Phil Lott (1989-92)_ ________________1,108 Melton Werts (1973-76)_ ____________1,106 John Penebacker (1970-73)_ __________1,095 Alika Smith (1995-98)_______________1,047 Predrag Savovic (2000-02)____________1,035 Julian Sensley (2004-06)______________1,005 Phil Martin (2001-04)________________ 997 Carl English (2001-03)________________ 938 Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ 889

Field-Goal Percentage

(min. 2 years and 2.5 FG made/game) 1. Erin Galloway (1999-00)______________.562 2. Tony Maroney (1994-95)______________.547 3. Tim Shepherd (1990-93)______________.538 4. Marquette Alexander (1999-2000)_______.532 Ahmet Gueye (2006-07)______________.532 6. Clarence Dickerson (1981-82)__________.525 7. John Penebacker (1970-73)_ ___________.522 8. Bill Amis (2008-09, ’11)_______________.521 9. Phil Martin (2001-04)________________.515 10. Tony Wells (1978-79)________________.514

3-Point Field Goals Made

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_____________ Carl English (2001-03)________________ Alika Smith (1995-98)________________ Mike McIntyre (1999-2002)_ __________ Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________ Bobby Nash (2004-05, ’07-08)_ ________ Matt Gibson (2005, 07-08)____________ Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________ Tes Whitlock (1995-96)_______________ Julian Sensley (2004-06)_______________

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_____________ Mike McIntyre (1999-2001)_ __________ Alika Smith (1995-98)________________ Carl English (2001-03)________________ Bobby Nash (2004-05, ’07-08)_ ________ Matt Gibson (2005, ’07-08)____________ Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________ Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________ Julian Sensley (2004-06)_______________ Tes Whitlock (1995-96)_______________

178 162 161 159 143 142 129 122 109 102

471 426 422 414 405 397 370 333 329 320

3-Point Field-Goal Percentage

(min. 2 years and 1 3FG made per game) 1. Bert Woodard (1992-93)______________.440 2. Carl English (2001-03)________________.391 3. John Molle, Jr. (1994-95)______________.389 4. Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________.386 5. Alika Smith (1995-98)________________.382 Matt Lojeski (2006-07)_ ______________.382 7. Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_____________.378 Jake Sottos (2004-05)_________________.378 9. Mike McIntyre (1999-02)_ ____________.373 10. Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________.366 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL


career leaders Free Throws Made

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Chris Gaines (1987-90)_______________ John Penebacker (1970-73)_ ___________ Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_____________ Alika Smith (1995-98)________________ Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ ______________ Matt Gibson (2005, ’07-08)____________ Carl English (2001-03)________________ Roderick Flemings (2009-10)___________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ Terry Houston (1989-90)______________

Free Throws Attempted

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

John Penebacker (1970-73)_ ___________ Chris Gaines (1987-90)_______________ Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_____________ Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ ______________ Carl English (2001-03)________________ Alika Smith (1995-98)________________ Roderick Flemings (2009-10)___________ Terry Houston (1989-90)______________ Melton Werts (1973-76)_ _____________ Julian Sensley (2004-06)_______________

Blocked Shots

442 375 324 286 280 249 249 246 240 217

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

582 521 410 374 362 359 354 341 325 321

Steals

Free-Throw Percentage

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ Alika Smith (1995-98)________________ Troy Bowe (1989-91)_________________ Tony Webster (1981-83)______________ Matt Gibson (2005, ’07-08)____________ Anthony Carter (1997-98)_____________ Chris Gaines (1987-90)_______________ Phil Martin (2001-04)________________ Phil Lott (1989-92)_ _________________ Julian Sensley (2004-06)_______________

Assists

160 152 146 143 142 142 127 113 111 108

(min. 2 years and 2 FT made per game) 1. Chris Gaines (1987-90)_______________.848 2. Clarence Dickerson (1981-82)__________.834 3. Matt Lojeski (2006-07)_ ______________.830 4. Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________.811 5. Anthony Harris (1995-96)_____________.803 6. Matt Gibson (2005, ’07-08)____________.798 7. Alika Smith (1995-98)________________.797 8. Aaron Strayhorn (1980-81)_ ___________.792 9. Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_____________.790 10. Fabio Ribeiro (1992-93)_______________.783

Rebounds

Assist Average (min. 2 years and 50 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Melton Werts (1973-76)_ ____________1,098 John Penebacker (1970-73)_ ___________ 870 Bob Nash (1971-72)_________________ 721 Haim Shimonovich (2001-04)__________ 631 Phil Martin (2001-04)________________ 618 Tony Maroney (1994-95)______________ 602 Julian Sensley (2004-06)_______________ 598 Tim Shepherd (1990-93)______________ 577 Al Davis (1971-72)___________________ 537 Mike Robinson (1997-99)_____________ 514

Rebounding Average

(min. 2 years and 50 games) 1. Bob Nash (1971-72)_________________13.6 2. Melton Werts (1973-76)_ _____________10.5 3. Al Davis (1971-72)____________________9.9 4. Tony Maroney (1994-95)_______________9.7 5. Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ _______________8.3 6. John Penebacker (1970-73)_ ____________8.2 7. Ahmet Gueye (2006-07)_______________8.1 8. Tony Wells (1978-79)_________________7.8 9. Eric Bowman (1979-80)________________6.9 Dwight Holiday (1971-72)______________6.9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Troy Bowe (1989-91)_________________ Anthony Carter (1997-98)_____________ Kalia McGee (1992-95)_______________ William Colston (1982-85)_ ___________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ Alika Smith (1995-98)________________ Mark Campbell (2002-03)_____________ Chris Gaines (1987-90)_______________ Matt Gibson (2005, ’07-08)____________ Julian Sensley (2004-06)_______________

412 403 392 352 347 344 343 332 310 289

Anthony Carter (1997-98)______________6.9 Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ____________6.4 Mark Campbell (2002-03)______________5.4 Jerome Freeman (1971-72)_____________5.3 Thomas Louden (1979-80)_ ____________4.8 Nerijus Puida (2000-01)________________4.5 Johnny White (1999-00)_______________4.3 Troy Bowe (1989-91)__________________4.3 Jerald Wrightsil (1986-87)______________4.1 David Hallums (1988-89)_ _____________4.1

Turnovers

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Anthony Carter

Tony Maroney (1994-95)______________ 173 Melton Werts (1973-76)_ _____________ 163 Haim Shimonovich (2001-04)__________ 143 Ahmet Gueye (2006-07)______________ 131 Bill Amis (2008-09, ’11)_______________ 130 Troy Ostler (2000-01)_________________ 88 Greg Hicks (1983-84)_ ________________ 86 Mike Robinson (1997-99)______________ 78 Chris Botez (2006-07)_________________ 78 Eric Bowman (1978-79)________________ 76

Anthony Carter (1997-98)_____________ Matt Gibson (2005, ’07-08)____________ Chris Gaines (1987-90)_______________ Carl English (2001-03)________________ Troy Bowe (1990-91)_________________ William Colston (1982-85)_ ___________ Phil Martin (2001-04)________________ Melton Werts (1973-76)_ _____________ Predrag Savovic (2000-02)_____________ Hiram Thompson (2006, ’09-11)_ ______

John Penebacker

274 270 232 223 221 221 210 210 208 203

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Single-season leaders Points

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Anthony Harris (1995-96)_____________ Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________ Chris Gaines (1989-90)_______________ Gavin Smith (1976-77)_ ______________ Carl English (2002-03)________________ Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ ______________ Predrag Savovic (2000-01)_____________ Anthony Carter (1996-97)_____________

3-Point Field Goals Made

626 625 616 608 607 598 567 559 545 543

Gavin Smith (1976-77)_ ______________23.4 Anthony Harris (1995-96)_____________22.4 Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________20.8 Predrag Savovic (2001-02)_____________20.3 Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________20.2 Fred Smith (1967-68)_ _______________20.2 Ray Reed (1990-91)__________________19.9 Tom Henderson (1972-73)_ ___________19.8 Carl English (2002-03)________________19.6 Al Davis (1970-71)___________________18.9

Field Goals Made

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Gavin Smith (1976-77)_ ______________ Anthony Harris (1995-96)_____________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ Al Davis (1970-71)___________________ Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________ Ray Reed (1990-91)__________________ Anthony Carter (1996-97)_____________ Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________ Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ ______________ Tom Henderson (1972-73)_ ___________

Field Goals Attempted

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

Gavin Smith (1976-77)_ ______________ Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________ Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________ Carl English (2000-02)________________ Ray Reed (1990-91)__________________ Bob Nash (1970-71)_________________ Tom Henderson (1972-73)_ ___________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ Terry Houston (1989-90)______________ Anthony Harris (1995-96)_____________

252 219 216 215 213 212 211 210 207 205

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________ Zane Johnson (2010-11)_ _____________ Carl English (2002-03)________________ Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________ Tes Whitlock (1994-95)_______________ Predrag Savovic (2001-02)_____________ Alika Smith (1997-98)________________ Bobby Nash (2007-08)________________ Predrag Savovic (2000-01)_____________ Mike McIntyre (2001-02)_ ____________

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Chris Gaines (1989-90)_______________ Anthony Harris (1995-96)_____________ Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ ______________ Roderick Flemings (2008-09)___________ John Penebacker (1969-70)_ ___________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ Reggie Cross (1987-88)_ ______________ Terry Houston (1989-90)______________ Troy Ostler (2000-01)________________ Fred Smith (1967-68)_ _______________

Free Throws Attempted

571 499 465 463 449 445 445 444 444 443

Phil Martin (2000-01)________________.627 Justice Sueing (1995-96)_ _____________.595 Erin Galloway (1997-98)______________.583 Tim Shepherd (1992-93)______________.582 John Penebacker (1970-71)_ ___________.581 Ahmet Gueye (2005-06)______________.560 Bill Amis (2007-08)__________________.557 Tony Maroney (1994-95)______________.556 Tim Shepherd (1990-91)______________.552 Clarence Dickerson (1981-82)__________.552

3-Pt FG Percentage (min. 1 3FG made/game)

Zane Johnson (2010-11)_ ______________ Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ____________ Carl English (2002-03)_________________ Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ ______________ Predrag Savovic (2001-02)______________ Tes Whitlock (1994-95)________________ Alika Smith (1997-98)_________________ Jake Sottos (2004-05)__________________ Mike McIntyre (2001-02)_ _____________ Predrag Savovic (2000-01)______________

Free Throws Made

Field-Goal Percentage (min. 2.5 FG made/game)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Scoring Average

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bert Woodard (1991-92)______________.479 Mike McIntyre (1999-2000)_ __________.452 Hiram Thompson (2009-10)___________.444 Nerijus Puida (2000-01)_______________.412 Alika Smith (1996-97)________________.411 Phil Lott (1990-91)_ _________________.410 Carl English (2010-11)________________.407 Jake Sottos (2004-05)_________________.405 Michael Kuebler (2003-04)_ ___________.401 Trevor Ruffin (1993-94)_ _____________.400

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

John Penebacker (1969-70)_ ___________ Chris Gaines (1989-90)_______________ Terry Houston (1989-90)______________ Roderick Flemings (2008-09)___________ Anthony Harris (1995-96)_____________ Reggie Cross (1988-89)_ ______________ Reggie Cross (1987-88)_ ______________ Troy Ostler (2000-01)________________ Carl English (2002-03)________________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ Jerome Freeman (1970-71)____________

98 97 89 86 75 72 67 66 63 61

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bob Nash (1971-72)_________________ Bob Nash (1970-71)_________________ Melton Werts (1973-74)_ _____________ Tony Maroney (1993-94)______________ Al Davis (1970-71)___________________ Melton Werts (1972-73)_ _____________ Tony Maroney (1994-95)______________ Tommy Barker (1975-76)_ ____________ Vander Joaquim (2010-11)_ ___________ Ahmet Gueye (2006-07)______________

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Tony Maroney (1993-94)______________ 103 Tony Maroney (1994-95)_______________ 70 Melton Werts (1972-73)_ ______________ 68 Ahmet Gueye (2006-07)_______________ 66 Ahmet Gueye (2005-06)_______________ 65 Haim Shimonovich (2001-02)___________ 62 Greg Hicks (1983-84)_ ________________ 56 Troy Ostler (2000-01)_________________ 51 Melton Werts (1973-74)_ ______________ 51 Bill Amis (2010-11)___________________ 49

Steals

184 164 145 144 136 135 135 128 124 123

224 215 199 198 197 189 185 176 167 167 167

Bobby Nash (2007-08)________________.879 Chris Gaines (1987-88)_______________.874 Reggie Carter (1975-76)_______________.860 Matt Lojeski (2005-06)_ ______________.859 Chris Gaines (1989-90)_______________.856 Clarence Dickerson (1981-82)__________.849 Predrag Savovic (2001-02)_____________.835 Anthony Harris (1995-96)_____________.832 Chris Gaines (1986-87)_______________.831 Matt Gibson (2004-05)_______________.831

Rebounds

1. Bob Nash (1971-72)_________________14.4 2. Bob Nash (1970-71)_________________12.9 3. Melton Werts (1973-74)_ _____________12.7 4. Melton Werts (1972-73)_ _____________11.5 5. Tommy Barker (1975-76)_ ____________10.3 6. Tommy Barker (1974-75)_ _____________9.9 7. Tony Maroney (1993-94)_______________9.8 Lewis Lillie (1968-69)_ ________________9.8 9. Tony Maroney (1994-95)_______________9.6 10. Reggie Cross (1987-88)_ _______________8.6

Blocked Shots

242 241 227 215 207 192 179 171 171 165

Free-Throw Percentage (min. 2 FT made/game)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Rebounding Average

361 360 343 323 310 300 279 268 263 252

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Tom Henderson (1972-73)_ ____________ Anthony Carter (1996-97)______________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ____________ Tony Webster (1982-83)_______________ Tony Webster (1980-81)_______________ Racky Sesler (1981-82)_________________ Anthony Carter (1997-98)______________ Troy Bowe (1989-90)__________________ Mark Campbell (2001-02)______________ Alika Smith (1995-96)_________________ Matt Lojeski (2006-07)_ _______________ Matt Gibson (2006-07)________________

Assists

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Anthony Carter (1997-98)_____________ Reggie Carter (1975-76)_______________ Mark Campbell (2002-03)_____________ Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ___________ Anthony Carter (1996-97)_____________ Troy Bowe (1990-91)_________________ Tom Henderson (1972-73)_ ___________ Jerome Freeman (1970-71)____________ Mark Campbell (2001-02)_____________ William Colston (1984-85)_ ___________ Johnny White (1998-99)______________

84 78 76 72 71 64 64 59 55 52 52 52

212 199 192 191 191 177 156 152 151 144 144

Assist Average

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Reggie Carter (1975-76)________________7.4 Anthony Carter (1997-98)______________7.3 Tom Henderson (1973-74)_ ____________6.8 Anthony Carter (1996-97)______________6.6 Mark Campbell (2001-02)______________6.2 Troy Bowe (1990-91)__________________6.1 Tom Henderson (1972-73)_ ____________6.0 Johnny White (1998-99)_______________5.5 Jerome Freeman (1970-71)_____________5.4 Artie Wilson (1973-74)_ _______________5.2 Jerome Freeman (1971-72)_____________5.2

Turnovers

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

Anthony Carter (1997-98)_____________ 138 Anthony Carter (1996-97)_____________ 136 Reggie Carter (1975-76)_______________ 127 Johnny White (1998-99)______________ 118 Matt Gibson (2007-08)_______________ 101 Carl English (2001-02)________________ 101 John Moore (1976-77)________________ 100 Jerald Wrightsil (1986-87)_____________ 100 Tony Wells (1977-78)_________________ 98

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Top Individual Performances Points

1. Tony Davis vs. Cal State LA (2/6/59)________ 45 2. Trevor Ruffin vs. Louisville (12/30/93)_ _____ 42 3. Gavin Smith vs. Houston Baptist (2/12/77)_______ 40 4. Roderick Flemings vs. Cal Poly (2/20/10)_ ___ 39 5. Trevor Ruffin vs. UTEP (2/17/94)__________ 38 6. Roderick Flemings vs. E. Wash. (12/13/08)_______ 37 Tes Whitlock vs. Seton Hall (11/27/94)______ 37 Gavin Smith vs. Oregon St. (11/28/76)______ 37 Gavin Smith vs. SW La. (3/5/77)___________ 37 Paul Hoffman vs. Baylor (12/20/68)_________ 37 11. Dwain Williams vs. St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (12/25/09)____ 36 Reggie Cross at Colorado State (2/27/88__ ___ 36 Bob Nash at Portland (1/15/1972)__________ 36

Field Goals Made

1. Gavin Smith vs. SW Louisiana (3/5/77)______ 18 2. Gavin Smith vs.Oregon State (11/28/76)_____ 17 Gavin Smith vs.Houston Baptist (2/12/77)_ __ 17 Paul Hoffman vs. Baylor (12/20/68)_________ 17 5. Roderick Flemings vs. E Washington (12/13/08)_ __ 16 Bob Nash at Portland (1/15/72)____________ 16 7. Roderick Flemings vs. Cal Poly_____________ 15 Trevor Ruffin vs. Louisville (12/30/93)_ _____ 15 Reggie Cross at Colorado State (2/27/88)_____ 15 Al Davis at Loyola N.O. (1/5/1971)_________ 15 Howard Dunnam vs. Tahoe (12/23/69)______ 15

Field Goals Attempts

1. Gavin Smith vs. SW Louisiana (3/5/77)______ 32 2. Roderick Flemings vs. Cal Poly (2/20/10)_ ___ 30 3. Gavin Smith vs. Lamar (12/18/76)__________ 29 Gavin Smith vs. Houston (12/29/76)________ 29 Gavin Smith at Fairfield (1/13/77)__________ 29 Tom Henderson vs Mississippi State (1/3/73)_ 29 7. Gavin Smith vs. Houston Baptist (2/12/77)___ 28 8. Phil Lott vs. Montana State (11/29/91)_ _____ 27 Gavin Smith vs. Nebraska (12/2/76)_________ 27 Tommy Barker vs. Centenary (2/22/75)______ 27 Jimmie Baker vs. Grambling (3/1/75)________ 27 Al Davis vs. San Diego State (2/25/72)_______ 27 Paul Hoffman vs. Baylor (12/20/68)_________ 27

Field Goals Percentage (min 10 made) 1. Jim Halm vs. Nebraska (12/13/67)____1.000 (10-10) 2. Thomas Louden vs. Nevada (12/27/79) _____________________________ .929 (13-14) 3. Marv Vitatoe vs. UC Irvine (12/1/72) ______________________________.917 (11-12) Al Davis vs. Brigham Young (12/30/70) ______________________________.917 (11-12) 5. Tony Webster vs. San Diego State (1/22/83) _____________________________ .909 (10-11) 3-point field goals made

1. Trevor Ruffin vs. Louisville (12/30/93)_ _____ 10 2. Zane Johnson at UC Davis (2/19/11)_________ 9 3. Carl English vs. Tulsa (2/1/03)______________ 8 4. Michael Kuebler vs. IUPUI (12/29/03)_ ______ 7 Matt Lojeski vs. Boise State (3/3/07)_ ________ 7 Mike McIntyre at Fresno State (3/2/02)_______ 7 Tes Whitlock at San Diego State (2/3/96)_ ____ 7 Tes Whitlock vs. Seton Hall (11/27/94)_______ 7

1. Matt Lojeski vs. Boise State (3/3/07)_ ____ (7-7) 2. Matt Gibson vs. UW-Milwaukee (2/19/05)_ (6-6) Jake Sottos at UTEP (1/20/05)__________ (6-6) 4. Trevor Ruffin vs. Louisville (12/30/93)_ .919 (10-11) 5. Zane Johnson vs. Utah State (1/29/11)_ .857(6-7) Jason Carter vs. Nebraska (3/22/04)___ .857(6-7) 7. Michael Kuebler vs. IUPUI (12/29/03)_ .778(7-9) 8. Matt Lojeski vs Michigan State (11/19/05) .750(6-8) Mike McIntyre at Tulsa (1/26/02)____ .750(6-8) Jarinn Akana at No. Carolina (12/1/93)__ .750 (6-8)

Free throws made

1. Chris Gaines vs. Texas A&M (11/27/89)_____ 19 2. Aaron Strayhorn vs. Nevada (12/27/79)______ 16 3. Gavin Smith vs. New Mexico (12/10/76)_____ 15 4. Anthony Harris vs. Colorado State (1/4/96)___ 13 Fabio Ribeiro vs. Villanova (12/31/91)_______ 13 Victor Kelly vs. San Jose State (12/26/74)_ ___ 13 Tom Henderson vs. Loyola (12/21/73)_______ 13 Al Davis at U.S. International (2/6/71)_______ 13 9. Numerous w/_ _________________________ 12

Free throws attempted

1. Harvey Lee vs. Santa Clara (12/20/54)_______ 24 2. Chris Gaines vs. Texas A&M (11/27/89)_____ 22 3. Tony Webster vs. Brigham Young (2/10/83)_ _ 18 Aaron Strayhorn vs. Nevada (12/27/79)______ 18 John Penebacker vs. Washington St (12/5/69)_ __ 18 John Penebacker vs. Linfield (1/10/69)_______ 18 7. Gavin Smith vs. New Mexico (12/10/76)_____ 17 Al Davis at U.S. International (2/6/71)_______ 17 9. Numerous w/_ _________________________ 16

Free-throw percentage (MOST W/O MISS)

1. Victor Kelly vs. San Jose State (12/26/74)_(13-13) 2. Tom Henderson vs. Memphis State (3/2/74)_(12-12) John Penebacker vs. Louisville (12/29/72)_(12-12) Anthony Harris vs. New Mexico (2/24/96)_(11-11) Anthony Harris at New Mexico (1/10/96)_(11-11) Chris Gaines vs. Southern Illinois (12/22/89)_(11-11) Reggie Carter vs. San Francisco (12/13/75)(11-11)_ Harvey Harmon vs USC (12/8/65)______ (11-11) 9. Zane Johnson vs. Portland (3/15/11)____ (10-10) Matt Gibson at Long Beach State (2/17/07)_ (10-10) Riley Luettgerodt at Long Beach St. (2/17/07)_ _(10-10) Carl English vs. Fresno State (1/13/03)__ (10-10) Chris Gaines vs. North Carolina (11/28/86)_ (10-10) Anthony Jones vs. Long Beach St. (12/3/85)_(10-10) Tom Henderson vs. Louisville (12/29/72)_ _ (10-10)

1. Reggie Carter vs. San Francisco (12/12/75)_ __ 19 2. Victor Kelly vs. Centenary (2/22/75)_ _______ 18 3. Anthony Carter vs. Ball State (12/15/96)_____ 13 Troy Bowe vs. Wyoming (1/31/91)_ ________ 13 5. Numerous w/_ _________________________ 12 ost steals M 1. Tony Webster vs. Air Force (1/29/83)_ _______ 9 2. Tony Webster vs. McNeese State (12/13/80)___ 8 3. Tony Webster vs. Northern Iowa (1/2/83)_____ 7 4. Riley Luettgerodt vs. Utah State (2/16/08)_____ 6 Anthony Carter vs. Memphis (12/30/96)______ 6 Alika Smith vs. Utah (1/13/96)______________ 6 Tony Webster vs. San Diego State (1/22/83)___ 6 Racky Sesler at Colorado State (1/22/82)______ 6 Aaron Strayhorn vs. UNLV (2/7/80)_ ________ 6 10. Numerous w/_ __________________________ 5

Most blocked shots

1. Mike Robinson vs. San Jose State (2/25/99)____ 8 Tony Maroney at Utah (1/12/1995)__________ 8 Melton Werts vs. San Diego (2/24/73)________ 8 4. Ahmet Gueye at San Jose State (2/24/07)______ 7 5. Bill Amis vs. Nevada (2/14/11)______________ 6 Bill Amis vs. Prairie View A&M (12/1/08)_____ 6 Tony Maroney vs. Boston (12/27/94)_________ 6 Tony Maroney vs. New Mexico (1/7/95)______ 6 Tony Maroney vs. Mercer (12/17/93)_ _______ 6 Ray Reed at Air Force (1/12/91)_____________ 6

Most turnovers

1. Craig Murray at Kentucky (11/28/87)_______ 13 2. Eric Bowman at Pacific Lutheran (1/10/79)___ 11 3. Tommy Barker at Seton Hall (1/9/76)_______ 10 4. Anthony Carter vs. Fresno State (2/2/98)______ 9 Anthony Carter at Wyoming (2/13/97)_ ______ 9 Henry Hollingsworth vs. Stanford (1/30/76)_ __ 9 Tom Henderson at Oregon State (1/15/74)____ 9 Jerome Freeman at UC Irvine (2/5/72)________ 9 Jerome Freeman at Rhode Island (1/7/71)_ ____ 9 Dwight Holiday at San Diego State (2/4/71)___ 9

Tony Maroney

Most rebounds

1. Bob Nash vs. Arizona State (12/30/71)_______ 30 2. Bob Nash at Loyola (1/4/72) ____________ 26 3. Bob Nash at Rhode Island (1/7/71)_ ________ 25 4. Bob Nash vs. Pepperdine (1/22/72)_ ________ 23 Bob Nash vs. Redlands (1/28/72)___________ 23 6. Melton Werts vs. Westmont College (12/7/73)_22 Melton Werts vs. UNLV (12/16/72)_ _______ 22 Bob Nash vs. Linfield (12/11/71)___________ 22 9. Melton Werts vs. South Alabama (11/30/73)__ 21 Melton Werts vs. New Mexico (1/19/73)_____ 21 11. Petras Balocka vs. Lamar (12/6/09)_________ 20 Bob Nash vs. Alaska (2/12/71) ____________ 20 Tommy Barker vs. Washington (1/24/76)____ 20

3-point field goals Attempted

1. Zane Johnson at UC Davis (2/19/11)________ 15 2. Carl English vs. Tulsa (2/1/03)_____________ 14 Mike McIntyre at Fresno State (3/2/02)______ 14 Tes Whitlock vs. North Carolina (12/22/94)__ 14

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Most assists 71


Top Scoring performances Pts 45 42 40

Player Tony Davis

Opp. Cal State LA

Trevor Ruffin

Louisville

Gavin Smith

Houston Baptist

2/12/1977

39

Roderick Flemings

Cal Poly

2/20/2010

38

Trevor Ruffin

UTEP

2/17/1994

Roderick Flemings Tes Whitlock Gavin Smith Gavin Smith Paul Hoffman

Eastern Washington Seton Hall Oregon State Southwestern Louisiana vs Baylor

12/13/2008 11/27/1994 11/28/1976 3/5/1977 12/20/1968

36 36 36

Dwain Williams Reggie Cross Bob Nash

Saint Mary’s at Colorado State at Portland

12/25/2009 2/27/1988 1/15/1972

35 35 35 35 35

Matt Lojeski Ray Reed Andre Morgan Dwight Holiday Al Davis

Boise State Pittsburgh Cal State Fullerton Oklahoma City at Loyola N.O.

3/3/2007 12/30/1990 11/22/1985 2/18/1972 1/5/1971

34 34 33 33 33 33 33 33 33

Troy Ostler Lewis Lilly Carl English Carl English Matt Lojeski Anthony Carter Trevor Ruffin Tom Henderson Howard Dunnam

Cal State Northridge Loyola at Tulsa at Fresno State Creighton Gonzaga Wyoming vs Purdue Tahoe

12/22/2000 1/7/1967 3/14/2003 3/2/2002 12/23/2006 3/16/1998 1/8/1994 3/19/1974 12/23/1969

32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

Zane Johnson Julian Sensley Predrag Savovic Anthony Carter Anthony Harris Ray Reed Ray Reed Chris Gaines Tommy Barker Tom Henderson Tom Henderson Roy Walker

at UC Davis at New Mexico State UTEP at Wyoming Rhode Island North Texas New Mexico Southern Illinois Centenary Memphis State at South Alabama Idaho

2/19/2011 1/14/2006 2/2/2002 2/13/1997 12/27/1995 12/21/1990 1/19/1991 12/22/1989 2/22/1975 3/2/1974 1/2/1973 2/15/1965

31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31

Predrag Savovic Predrag Savovic Anthony Harris Trevor Ruffin Ray Reed Chris Gaines Alan Andrus Thomas Louden Aaron Strayhorn Gavin Smith Tom Henderson Tom Henderson Dwight Holiday Al Davis Paul Hoffman

vs Nevada UTEP at Brigham Young at Brigham Young Illinois-Chicago at San Francisco Brown Nevada-Reno at San Diego State New Mexico St. Mary’s Loyola San Diego State at San Diego State Southwestern Louisiana

3/8/2002 1/11/2001 2/17/1996 1/23/1993 12/14/1990 12/20/1988 12/23/1986 12/27/1979 1/8/1980 12/10/1976 2/6/1974 12/21/1973 2/26/1972 2/4/1971 2/27/1969

30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Carl English Carl English Bobby Nash Troy Ostler Anthony Carter Alika Smith Anthony Harris

Fresno State Rice Illinois at Nevada at Air Force at Colorado State Saint Louis

1/13/2003 1/30/2003 11/16/2007 2/8/2001 1/9/1997 2/15/1997 11/26/1995

37 37 37 37 37

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Date 2/6/1959 12/30/1993

Pts 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Player Anthony Harris Phil Lott Phil Lott Phil Lott Chris Gaines Chris Gaines Reggie Cross Gavin Smith John Penebacker

Opp. Illinois Arizona Southwest Missouri State Wichita State vs Kansas State San Diego State Air Force Houston Baptist at Pepperdine

Date 11/29/1995 12/1/1991 11/25/1990 12/29/1990 11/25/1989 1/26/1987 1/5/1989 2/11/1977 1/12/1971

Career 30-Point Games Player_________________ Years at UH________ High____________ No. Tom Henderson_________ 1972-73______________ 33______________ 5 Gavin Smith_____________ 1976_ _______________ 40______________ 5 Anthony Carter__________ 1997-98______________ 33______________ 4 Carl English_____________ 2000-02______________ 33______________ 4 Chris Gaines_ ___________ 1986-89______________ 32______________ 4 Anthony Harris_ _________ 1994-95______________ 32______________ 4 Ray Reed_______________ 1990_ _______________ 35______________ 4 Trevor Ruffin____________ 1992-93______________ 42______________ 4 Phil Lott________________ 1988-91______________ 30______________ 3 Predrag Savovic_ _________ 1999-2001____________ 32______________ 3 Reggie Cross_ ___________ 1987-88______________ 36______________ 2 Al Davis________________ 1970-71______________ 35______________ 2 Roderick Flemings________ 2008-10______________ 39______________ 2 Paul Hoffman_ __________ 1968_ _______________ 37______________ 2 Matt Lojeski_____________ 2005-07______________ 35______________ 2 Troy Ostler_ ____________ 1999-2000____________ 34______________ 2 Alan Andrus_____________ 1986_ _______________ 31______________ 1 Tommy Barker___________ 1974-75______________ 32______________ 1 Tony Davis_ ____________ 1959_ _______________ 45______________ 1 Howard Dunnam________ 1969_ _______________ 33______________ 1 Dwight Holiday__________ 1970-71______________ 35______________ 1 Zane Johnson____________ 2010-11______________ 32______________ 1 Lewis Lilly______________ 1967-68______________ 34______________ 1 Thomas Louden__________ 1978-79______________ 31______________ 1 Andre Morgan___________ 1983-85______________ 35______________ 1 Bob Nash_______________ 1970-72______________ 36______________ 1 Bobby Nash_____________ 2003-04-06-07_ _______ 30______________ 1 John Penebacker_ ________ 1969-72______________ 30______________ 1 Julian Sensley____________ 2003-06______________ 32______________ 1 Alika Smith_ ____________ 1994-97______________ 30______________ 1 Aaron Strayhorn__________ 1979-80______________ 31______________ 1 Roy Walker_____________ 1965_ _______________ 32______________ 1 Tes Whitlock____________ 1994-95______________ 37______________ 1 Dwain Williams__________ 2009-10______________ 36______________ 1

Roderick Flemings (above left) exploded for 39 points against Cal Poly in 2009, the highest total by a Rainbow Warrior in the 17-year history of the Stan Sheriff Center. Gavin Smith scored 30 or more points five times during the 1976-77 season.

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Top Team Performances Points

1. Pepperdine (1/22/72)_________________ 2. Lewis & Clark (1/23/71)______________ 3. Memphis State (3/2/74)_______________ Portland (2/9/73)____________________ Oklahoma City (2/18/72)_ ____________ 6. Linfield (12/11/71)__________________ 7. Rice (1/4/74)_ ______________________ Oklahoma City (2/19/72)_ ____________ 9. North Texas (12/21/90)_______________ UCSD (2/23/73)____________________ 11. McNeese State (12/12/80)_____________ 12. Weber State (12/8/75)________________ at Grambling (1/6/75)________________ Redlands (1/28/72)__________________ Linfield (12/23/70)___________________ 16. Nevada-Reno (12/27/79)______________ Trinity (1/16/71)____________________ 18. UTEP (2/17/94)_____________________ Centenary (2/18/77)__________________ at Loyola N.O. (1/5/71)_______________ Alaska (2/12/71)_____________________

125 121 117 117 117 115 109 109 108 108 107 106 106 106 106 105 105 104 104 104 104

Field goals made

1. Pepperdine (1/22/72)__________________ 2. Portland (2/9/73)_____________________ UC San Diego (2/23/73)_______________ 4. Oklahoma City (2/18/72)_ _____________ 5. Linfield (12/11/71)____________________ Lewis & Clark (1/23/71)_______________ 7. North Texas (12/21/90_ _______________ UC Irvine (12/1/72)___________________ Redlands (1/28/72)___________________ Oklahoma City (2/19/72)_ _____________

57 52 52 49 48 48 47 47 47 47

3-point field goals attempted

1. 2. 3. 6.

at Tulsa (3/10/01)_ ___________________ at Fresno State (3/2/02)________________ Florida State (12/22/10)________________ at SMU (2/12/05)_ ___________________ SMU (1/12/02)_ _____________________ vs Boise State (3/13/08)________________ vs Utah State (3/8/07)_ ________________ vs Syracuse (3/16/01)__________________ North Carolina (12/22/94)______________

3-point FG percentage (10 made)

1. 2. 3. 4.

Fresno State (2/1/01) ___________ .714(10-14) Idaho (2/2/06) ________________ .625(10-16) at North Carolina (12/1/93) _____ .619(13-21) Louisiana Tech (2/10/07) _______ .600(12-20) Louisville (12/30/93) ___________ .600(12-20)

Free throws made

1. 3. 6. 7. 10.

Alabama-Birmingham (12/23/00)_ _______ San Jose State (1/28/00)________________ vs Texas A&M (11/27/89)______________ UNLV (1/19/79)_____________________ Oregon (12/1/75)_____________________ Linfield (1/10/70)_____________________ New Mexico (2/24/96)_________________ Villanova (12/30/91)_ _________________ New Mexico (12/10/76)________________ at Long Beach State (2/17/07)___________ Prairie View A&M (12/1/08)____________ Northwestern State (12/16/06)___________ Nevada-Reno (12/27/79)_______________

Free throws attempted

1. Alaska (2/12/71)_____________________ 117 2. UC San Diego (2/23/73)______________ 103 San Diego State (2/25/72)_____________ 103 4. Redlands (1/28/72)__________________ 101 5. Pepperdine (1/22/72)_________________ 100 6. UC Irvine (12/1/72)___________________ 99 7. Trinity (12/16/71)____________________ 97 8. Linfield (12/19/70)____________________ 96 9. Hawai‘i- Hilo (11/30/81)_______________ 95 Linfield (12/11/71)____________________ 95 Oklahoma City (2/19/72)_ _____________ 95

1. 2. 4. 7. 9.

Field-goal percentage (20 made)

Free throw percentage (10 made)

Field goals attempted

1. UTEP (1/21/89) ______________ .708(34-48) 2. Seton Hall (11/27/94) _________ .679(36-53) 3. Wyoming (1/11/92) ___________ .659(29-44) 4. North Texas (12/21/90) ________ .653(47-72) 5. Tennessee (12/29/83) __________ .643(27-42)

3-point field goals made

1. 3. 6.

SMU (1/12/02)_ _____________________ at Fresno State (3/2/02)________________ at San Jose State (2/5/05)_______________ vs TCU (3/8/01)_ ____________________ at North Carolina (12/1/93)_____________ vs. Chicago State (12/17/10)_ ___________ Louisiana Tech (2/10/07)_______________ vs Nevada (3/8/02)____________________ Tulsa (2/21/02)_ _____________________ at SMU (2/7/02)_ ____________________ at Tulsa (3/10/01)_ ___________________ San Diego State (1/23/99)______________ Louisville (12/30/93)__________________

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14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

33 32 27 27 27 26 26 26 26

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Linfield (1/10/70)_____________________ Texas A&M (11/27/89)________________ New Mexico (12/10/76)________________ Northwestern State (12/16/06)___________ UNLV (1/19/79)_____________________ Oregon (12/1/75)_____________________ San Jose State (1/28/00)________________ Washington State (12/5/69)_____________ Ala.-Birmingham (12/23/00)____________ Montana State (11/25/88)______________ Florida (12/29/86)____________________ San Diego State (1/23/86)______________ Nevada (12/27/79)____________________

New Mexico (2/24/96)_________ at Utah (1/12/89)_____________ Iowa State (11/24/08)_________ San Jose State (2/4/06)_________ SMU (1/13/05)_ _____________ Colorado State (2/15/90)_______

Most rebounds

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

35 35 34 34 34 33 32 32 32 31 31 31 31

51 48 48 46 46 46 45 45 44 44 44 44 44

.970(32-33) .957(22-33) .952(20-21) .950(19-20) .947(18-19) .947(18-19)

Georgia Tech (2/20/71)________________ Linfield (12/19/70)____________________ Redlands (1/28/72)___________________ New York (12/26/70)__________________ Pepperdine (1/22/72)__________________ Georgia Tech (2/20/71)________________ Lewis & Clark (1/16/71)_______________ Alaska (2/12/71)______________________ College of the Ozarks (12/23/80)_________ Meiji (12/13/74)_ ____________________

Most assists

1. 2. 4. 8.

Portland (2/9/73)_____________________ Westmont College (12/8/73)____________ Trinity (1/16/71)_____________________ TCU (2/22/01)_ _____________________ Seattle University (12/4/89)_____________ McNeese State (12/12/80)______________ Memphis State (3/2/74)________________ Norfolk State (1/3/98)_________________ Long Island (12/13/97)_ _______________ North Texas (12/21/90)________________ Grambling (2/28/75)__________________ Centenary (2/26/71)___________________

Most steals

1. 2. 3. 4. 8.

Tennessee Tech (12/9/88)_ _____________ Pacific Lutheran (12/15/79)_____________ Pacific Lutheran (12/14/79)_____________ Oregon State (11/19/06)_ ______________ at UTEP (1/30/81)____________________ at Colorado State (2/7/81)______________ Wyoming (1/2/80)____________________ at Nevada (1/1/05)____________________ Long Beach State (12/9/07)_____________ San Francisco (12/27/89)_______________

20 19 17 16 16 16 16 15 15 15

Most blocked shots 1. 2. 5. 7.

Nevada (1/5/06)______________________ 13 San Jose State (2/4/06)_________________ 11 Prairie View A&M (12/1/08)____________ 11 at Stanford (1/19/77)__________________ 11 Utah State (1/29/07)_ _________________ 10 San Jose State (2/25/99)________________ 10 at Fresno State (3/5/11)_________________ 9 Chicago State (12/15/08)________________ 9 at San Jose State (2/24/07)_______________ 9 at Idaho (2/22/06)_____________________ 9 at Utah State (1/30/06)_ ________________ 9 Loyola Marymount (12/20/05)_ __________ 9 Utah State (12/17/05)_ _________________ 9 Fresno State (3/5/05)___________________ 9 Air Force (2/8/97)_ ____________________ 9 St. Mary’s (12/7/96)____________________ 9 at Utah (1/12/95)______________________ 9

Most turnovers

1. 2. 3. 4. 7.

at Oregon State (1/15/74)_ _____________ Long Island (12/13/97)_ _______________ at Seton Hall (1/9/76)_ ________________ Houston (12/21/77)___________________ at Providence (1/15/77)________________ at Jacksonville (1/27/69)________________ Gonzaga (1/20/78)____________________ Houston (1/3/70)_____________________ New Mexico (12/5/68)_________________

Most personal fouls

83 73 70 68 65 65 63 63 61 61

33 31 31 30 30 30 30 29 29 29 29 29

1. 2. 5. 10.

UNLV (1/19/79)_____________________ Seton Hall (12/27/85)_ ________________ Mississippi State (1/3/73)_______________ vs Weber State (3/11/72)_______________ at New Mexico State (1/13/11)_ _________ UNLV (12/7/83)_____________________ U.S. International (11/30/79)___________ Alabama-Birmingham (2/16/79)_ ________ at Westmont (2/4/72)_ ________________ at Brigham Young (2/17/96)_ ___________ San Diego State (1/22/83)______________ Hawai‘i- Hilo (11/30/81)_______________ at Wyoming (1/25/82)_________________ at Centenary (1/11/78)_________________

36 35 34 33 33 33 30 30 30

39 35 35 35 33 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32

73


Top Conference Performances INdividual Records Points

Free throw percentage (Min 10 made)

1. Trevor Ruffin vs UTEP (2/17/94)________ 38 2. Matt Lojeski vs Boise State (3/3/07)_______ 35 3. Carl English at Fresno State (3/2/02)______ 33 Trevor Ruffin vs Wyoming (1/8/94)_ _____ 33 5. Predrag Savovic vs UTEP (2/2/02)________ 32 Julian Sensley at New Mexico St (1/14/06)_ __ 32 Anthony Carter at Wyoming (2/13/97)____ 32 Ray Reed vs New Mexico (1/19/91)_______ 32 9. Predrag Savovic vs UTEP (1/11/01)_______ 32 10. Anthony Harris at Brigham Young (2/17/96)_____31 Trevor Ruffin at Brigham Young (1/23/93)______31 Aaron Strayhorn at San Diego State (1/8/80)_____31 13. Carl English vs Fresno State (1/13/03)_____ 30 Carl English vs Rice (1/30/03)___________ 30 Troy Ostler at Nevada (2/8/01)__________ 30 Alika Smith at Colorado State (2/15/97)___ 30 Reggie Cross vs Air Force (1/5/89)________ 30 Chris Gaines vs San Diego State (1/26/87)_______30

Field goals made

1. Reggie Cross at Colorado State (2/27/88)_ _ 2. Troy Ostler at Nevada (2/8/01)__________ Clarence Dickerson vs UNLV (2/4/82)____ 4. Jack Miller at Brigham Young (2/14/84)___

15 14 14 13

1. 3.

25 25 24 24 24 24

Field goals attempted

Anthony Carter at New Mexico (2/22/97)__ Trevor Ruffin vs Wyoming (1/8/94)_ _____ Anthony Carter at Fresno State (2/1/97)_ __ Ray Reed vs New Mexico (1/19/91)_______ Phil Lott vs San Diego State (3/2/91)______ Jack Miller at Brigham Young (2/14/84)___

Tony Webster vs San Diego State (1/22/83)_ ___ ____________________________ .909 (10-11) Reggie Cross at Colorado State (2/27/88)_______ ____________________________ .882 (15-17) Troy Ostler at Nevada (2/8/01)____________ ____________________________ .824(14-17)

3-point field goals made

1. 2.

Carl English vs Tulsa (2/1/03)____________ Matt Lojeski vs Boise State (3/3/07)________ Mike McIntyre at Fresno State (3/2/02)_____ Tes Whitlock at San Diego State (2/3/96)___

3-point field goals attempted

1. 3.

Carl English vs Tulsa (2/1/03)___________ Mike McIntyre at Fresno State (3/2/02)____ Tes Whitlock vs UTEP (2/22/96)_ _______ Tes Whitlock at Brigham Young (1/14/95)_

8 7 7 7

14 14 13 13

3-point FG percentage

1. Matt Lojeski vs Boise State (3/3/07)__ 1.000 (7-7) 2. Jake Sottos at UTEP (1/20/05)_ __ 1.000 (6-6) 3. Mike McIntyre at Tulsa (1/26/02)__ .750 (6-8)

Free throws made

1. Anthony Harris vs Colorado State (1/4/96)_ 13 2. Reggie Cross vs Air Force (3/3/88)________ 12 3. Numerous w/________________________ 11

Free throws attempted

1. Tony Webster vs Brigham Young (2/10/83)_18 2. Anthony Harris vs Colorado State (1/4/96)_ 16 Tony Maroney at Air Force (2/11/95)_____ 16 Troy Bowe at Brigham Young (1/14/89)___ 16

74

Anthony Harris vs New Mexico (2/24/96) __________________________ 1.000 (11-11) Anthony Harris at New Mexico (1/10/96) __________________________ 1.000 (11-11) Carl English vs Fresno State (1/13/03) ___________________________ 1.000(10-10)

Most rebounds

1. Tony Bowman vs San Diego State (2/9/80)_ 18 2. Reggie Cross vs Air Force (3/3/88)________ 17 3. Tony Maroney vs Colorado State (3/2/95)__ 16

Most assists

1. 2.

Troy Bowe vs Wyoming (1/31/91)________ 13 Johnny White vs San Diego State (1/23/99)_12 Anthony Carter vs Rice (2/19/98)_ _______ 12 Tes Whitlock at Brigham Young (2/17/96)_ 12 Kalia McGee vs San Diego State (1/28/95)_ 12

Most steals

1. 2.

Field goal percentage (min 20 made)

1. 2. 3. 4.

Tony Webster vs Air Force (1/29/83)_______ Riley Luettgerodt vs Utah State (2/16/08)___ Alika Smith vs Utah (1/13/96)____________ Tony Webster vs San Diego State (1/22/83)_ Racky Sesler at Colorado State (1/22/82)____

9 6 6 6 6

1. Mike Robinson vs San Jose State (2/25/99)__ 8 Tony Maroney at Utah (1/12/95)_ ________ 8 3. Ahmet Gueye at San Jose State (2/24/07)_ __ 7

Most Turnovers

1. Anthony Carter vs Fresno State (2/2/98)____ 9 Anthony Carter at Wyoming (2/13/97)_____ 9 3. Numerous w/_________________________ 8

Team Records Points

1. 3. 4.

14 14 13 12 12 12 12

1. at Fresno State (3/2/02)________________ 32 2. SMU (1/12/02)_ _____________________ 27 at SMU (2/12/05)_ ___________________ 27 1. Fresno State (2/1/01)__________ .714 (10-14) 2. Idaho (2/2/06)_______________ .625 (10-16) 3. Louisiana Tech (2/10/07)_______ .600 (12-20)

Free throws made

1. San Jose State (1/28/00)________________ 35 2. New Mexico (2/24/96)_________________ 32 3. San Diego State (1/28/66)______________ 30

Free throws attempted

1. San Jose State (1/28/00)________________ 45 2. San Diego State (1/23/86)______________ 44 3. at Brigham Young (2/17/96)_ ___________ 41

Free throw percentage (min 20 att)

1. New Mexico (2/24/96)_________ .970 (32-33) 2. at Utah (1/12/89)_____________ .957 (22-33) 3. San Jose State (2/4/06)_________ .950 (19-20)

Most rebounds

Field goals made

1. 2. 3.

Field goals attempted

SMU (1/12/02)______________________ at Fresno State (3/2/02)________________ at San Jose State (2/5/05)_______________ at SMU Mustangs (2/7/02)_ ____________ Louisiana Tech (2/10/02)_______________ Tulsa (2/21/02)_ _____________________ San Diego State (1/23/99)______________

3-point field goals attempted

1. 2. 3.

at TCU (2/10/00)_ ___________________ San Diego State (1/22/83)______________ San Diego State (1/28/95)______________ at New Mexico (2/13/87)_______________ at Brigham Young (2/14/84)_ ___________ Air Force (1/29/83)_ __________________

.708 (34-48) .659 (29-44) .638 (30-47) .633 (31-49) .633 (38-60)

3-point field goals made

1. UTEP (2/17/94)_____________________ 104 2. TCU (2/22/01)_ ____________________ 102 3. San Diego State (1/22/83)______________ 98 4. Fresno State (2/10/96)_________________ 97 5. at TCU (2/10/00)_ ___________________ 96 at Wyoming (2/24/94)_________________ 95 7. New Mexico State (1/31/08)_ ___________ 94 at SMU (2/14/98)_ ___________________ 94 at Brigham Young (2/17/96)_ ___________ 94 at San Diego State (2/3/96)_____________ 94 11. Tulsa (2/27/04)_ _____________________ 92 at Boise State (3/3/07)_________________ 92 at New Mexico (2/13/87)_______________ 92 14. Fresno State (2/1/01)__________________ 91 Rice (2/29/04)_ ______________________ 91 San Diego State (1/28/95)______________ 91 17. at Tulsa (1/26/02)_ ___________________ 90 TCU (1/15/00)_ _____________________ 90 Rice (2/19/00)_ ______________________ 90 at Fresno State (2/28/98)_______________ 90 1. 2. 3.

UTEP (1/21/89)_____________ Wyoming (1/11/92)_ _________ New Mexico (2/14/85)________ Idaho (2/2/06)_______________ San Diego State (1/22/83)______

3-point FG percentage (10 made)

Most blocked shots

Field goal percentage (Min 10 made)

1. 2. 3.

1.

42 38 37 37 37 37

1. at San Diego State (1/28/84)____________ 83 at Brigham Young (2/28/80)_ ___________ 83 3. at Wyoming (1/10/91)_________________ 79

San Jose State (1/25/07)________________ at San Diego State (1/8/80)_____________ at Tulsa (1/31/04)_ ___________________ Fresno State (2/2/98)__________________ San Diego State (1/23/86)______________

Most assists 1. 2. 3.

TCU (2/22/01)_ _____________________ at SMU 92/12/00)____________________ at Nevada (2/3/07)____________________ SMU (2/15/01)_ _____________________ Tulsa (1/22/00)_ _____________________ San Diego State (1/23/99)______________ Brigham Young (1/14/85)_ _____________ San Diego State (2/9/80)_______________

53 51 50 50 50 30 27 26 26 26 26 26 26

Most steals

1. at UTEP (1/30/81)____________________ 16 at Colorado State (2/7/81)______________ 16 Wyoming (1/2/80)____________________ 16

Most blocked shots

Nevada (1/5/06)______________________ San Jose State (2/4/06)_________________ Utah State (1/29/07)_ _________________ San Jose State (2/25/99)________________

13 11 10 10

Most turnovers

1. at San Diego State (2/20/99)____________ 29 2. at San Diego State (1/25/97)____________ 27 3. at San Diego State (2/4/95)_____________ 25

Most personal fouls

1. 2.

at New Mexico State (1/13/11)_ _________ 33 at Brigham Young (2/17/96)_ ___________ 32 San Diego State (1/22/83)______________ 32 at Wyoming (1/25/82)_________________ 32 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL


miscellaneous records

Overtime Games Date 2/13/52 1952-53 12/22/53 1/28/56 12/23/58 12/16/60 12/6/61 1962-63 1963-64 2/5/69 2/6/69 2/11/69 3/22/71 12/27/71 1/6/73 2/16/73 12/21/73 12/13/75 1/12/76 2/9/76 2/16/76 3/1/76 1/28/77 1/19/79 12/7/79 12/27/79 1/5/80 1/8/80 12/30/80 1/5/81 2/18/82 1/2/83 3/3/83 2/9/84 1/14/85 3/4/85 11/28/85 1/23/86 12/18/86 12/30/86 12/11/87 12/12/87 12/29/87 1/5/89 1/3/91 2/21/91 3/8/91 1/30/92 1/23/93 2/20/93 2/10/94 2/17/94 2/24/94 12/29/95

OPPONENT W/L Score St. Mary’s W 61-60 (2) at USC L 54-59 at California L 70-73 (2) Utah L 85-89 at Westmont W 73-71 at Seattle Pacific W 71-66 (2) Pepperdine L 65-70 Tennessee State L 78-79 Tennessee State W 67-65 (2) Centenary W 75-73 Centenary W 84-81 Puget Sound W 85-84 vs. Oklahoma W 88-87 (2) Northwestern W 85-83 at Georgia Tech L 82-85 Centenary L 71-78 Loyola Marymount W 82-73 San Francisco L 103-105 (2) at St. John’s L 71-74 at Long Beach State L 65-67 at San Jose State L 76-77 W 65-62 Portland San Diego W 90-83 UNLV L 96-97 Oregon State L 74-75 Nevada W 105-101 Colorado State W 80-78 at San Diego State W 78-76 Clemson L 71-75 Wyoming L 66-71 at New Mexico L 77-78 Northern Iowa W 62-57 New Mexico L 61-63 (4) New Mexico L 44-46 Brigham Young L 78-88 at Colorado State L 68-73 NE Louisiana W 87-84 San Diego State W 83-80 Toledo W 76-75 (2) Kansas L 80-81 Hartford L 65-68 Idaho L 82-83 (2) Texas A&M L 78-80 Air Force W 83-81 (2) Utah L 60-63 84-79 at San Diego State W vs. Brigham Young L 71-73 at Air Force W 74-72 at Brigham Young L 80-84 at UTEP L 67-68 at Utah L 74-81 UTEP W 104-103 at Wyoming W 95-94 (3) Illinois L 80-82 (3)

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Date 2/13/97 1/29/00 3/10/00 1/20/01 3/10/01 12/30/02 1/4/03 2/1/03 3/13/03 12/15/03 12/30/03 1/31/04 1/27/05 1/5/06 1/13/07 2/28/08 11/17/08 1/29/11 2/14/11

OPPONENT at Wyoming San Jose State at Fresno State San Jose State at Tulsa Butler at Boise State Tulsa vs. Rice Oregon State Fairfield at Tulsa Rice Nevada Nevada Idaho Idaho State Utah State Nevada

W/L Score W 70-68 W 84-75 L 100-103 (2) W 65-64 W 78-72 W 81-78 L 63-65 W 73-67 W 62-61 W 70-67 W 50-49 W 73-71 (2) W 75-72 W 73-69 L 66-68 L 77-85 W 67-64 L 84-89 (2) W 69-67

Number of OT games: 73 All-time Record: 38-35 Home: 27-20 Road: 9-14 Neutral: 2-1 Most in a season: 5, 1975-76 Most consecutive : 3 (Feb. 5-11, 1969) Longest OT game: 4 OT (3/3/83 vs. New Mexico)

100-Point Games

Date 1958-59 1962-63 12/7/67 12/23/70 1/5/71 1/12/71 1/16/71 1/23/71 2/12/71 12/11/71 1/22/72 2/18/72 2/19/72 1/28/72 2/9/73 2/23/73 1/4/74 3/2/74 1/6/75 12/8/75 12/13/75 2/11/77 2/18/77 12/15/79

OPPONENT W/L Score Cal State L.A. W 116-107 BYU-Hawai‘i W 110-43 Miami (FL) W 110-76 Linfield W 106-79 at Loyola (NO) L 104-111 at Pepperdine W 103-88 Trinity (TX) W 105-67 Lewis & Clark W 121-75 Alaska-Fairbanks W 104-79 Linfield W 115-73 Pepperdine W 125-88 Oklahoma City W 117-97 Oklahoma City W 109-95 Redlands W 106-49 Portland W 117-79 UC San Diego W 108-72 Rice W 109-75 Memphis W 117-85 Grambling W 106-94 Weber State W 106-88 San Francisco (2 ot) L 103-105 Houston Baptist W 102-82 Centenary W 104-79 Pacific Lutheran W 101-89

Date 12/27/79 12/12/80 12/27/80 11/30/81 12/21/87 12/21/90 2/17/94 12/13/97 3/3/00 12/23/00 2/22/01 11/24/02

OPPONENT Nevada McNeese State Loyola Marymount Hawai‘i-Hilo Loyola (MD) North Texas UTEP (2 ot) Long Island Fresno State Alabama-Birmingham TCU Texas A&M-C.C.

W/L W W W W W W W W L W W W

Score 105-101 107-75 102-79 102-76 102-69 108-100 104-103 102-83 100-103 100-86 102-87 100-81

Number of 100-point games: 36 UH record when scoring 100 points: 33-3 Most 100-point games in a season: 7, 1970-71 Most consecutive 100-point games: 2, 3x (last 2/18/72 to 2/19/72) Last 100-point game: 11/24/02 (vs. Texas A&MCorpus-Christi)

Season Openers (since 1969-70) Year Opponent W/L 1969-70 Washington State L 1970-71 Whittier W 1971-72 Oregon State W 1972-73 UC Irvine W 1973-74 South Alabama W 1974-75 Rutgers L 1975-76 Oregon W 1976-77 Oregon State L 1977-78 Santa Clara L 1978-79 at Brigham Young L 1979-80 U.S. International W 1980-81 San Francisco L 1981-82 Lamar L 1982-83 UH-Hilo W 1983-84 Hardin-Simmons W 1984-85 Pepperdine W 1985-86 Cal State Fullerton W 1986-87 North Carolina L 1987-88 at Vanderbilt L 1988-89 Montana State W 1989-90 at Alaska-Anchorage W 1990-91 SW Louisiana W 1991-92 Montana State W 1992-93 Tulsa L 1993-94 vs. Portland L 1994-95 St. Bonaventure W 1995-96 Dayton W 1996-97 Texas-Pan American W 1997-98 Indiana W 1998-99 California L 1999-00 Tennessee Martin W 2000-01 Louisville L 2001-02 Norfolk State W 2002-03 Arkansas-Little Rock W 2003-04 UC Santa Barbara L 2004-05 Mississippi Valley State W 2005-06 Michigan State W 2006-07 at UNLV L 2007-08 San Diego L 2008-09 San Francisco L 2009-10 Southern Utah W 2010-11 Montana State W

Score Margin 83-94 -11 81-72 +9 89-71 +18 99-75 +24 82-69 +13 70-75 -5 80-66 +14 76-91 -15 57-80 -23 69-93 -24 87-72 +15 95-98 -3 58-62 -4 98-64 +34 92-86 +6 79-78 +1 79-76 +3 78-98 -20 62-91 -29 96-80 +16 79-74 +5 94-86 +8 71-55 +16 63-68 -5 47-100 -53 82-72 +10 78-72 +6 76-48 +28 82-65 +17 60-71 -11 84-68 +16 71-86 -15 76-52 +24 81-65 +16 51-57 -6 71-58 +13 84-62 +22 59-73 -14 72-73 -1 70-75 -5 65-48 +17 77-59 +18

Record in season-openers since 1969-70: 25-17 Home games: 24-13 Road games: 1-3 Neutral game: 0-1 75


annual leaders Scoring

Year 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

Player Avg. Al Davis 506-18.9 Bob Nash 455-18.2 Tom Henderson 515-19.8 Tom Henderson 567-20.3 Jimmie Baker 347-15.1 Reggie Carter 449-16.6 Gavin Smith 608-23.4 Tony Wells 385-14.8 Eric Bowman 325-12.5 Aaron Strayhorn 429-15.9 Aaron Strayhorn 362-13.4 Clarence Dickerson 460-17.0 Tony Webster 379-13.5 Jack Miller 415-15.4 Andre Morgan 460-16.4 Andre Morgan 249-14.6 Chris Gaines 480-17.1 Chris Gaines 455-16.3 Reggie Cross 559-18.6 Chris Gaines 616-17.6 Ray Reed 537-19.9 Phil Lott 518-18.5 Fabio Ribeiro 380-14.1 Trevor Ruffin 625-20.8 Tes Whitlock 441-16.3 Anthony Harris 626-22.4 Anthony Carter 543-18.7 Alika Smith 532-18.2 Marquette Alexander 322-13.4 Marquette Alexander 436-15.0 Predrag Savovic 545-17.6 Predrag Savovic 507-20.3 Carl English 607-19.6 Michael Kuebler 598-18.1 Matt Gibson 327-13.0 Julian Sensley 475-17.6 Matt Lojeski 524-16.9 Matt Gibson 424-17.0 Roderick Flemings 498-16.6 Roderick Flemings 466-16.6 Zane Johnson 489-15.8

Field Goals Made Year Player 1970-71 Al Davis 1971-72 Bob Nash 1972-73 Tom Henderson 1973-74 Tom Henderson 1974-75 Jimmie Baker 1975-76 Reggie Carter 1976-77 Gavin Smith 1977-78 Tony Wells 1978-79 Eric Bowman 1979-80 Aaron Strayhorn 1980-81 Aaron Strayhorn 1981-82 Clarence Dickerson 1982-83 Tony Webster 1983-84 Jack Miller 1984-85 Andre Morgan 1985-86 Kenny Walker 1986-87 Chris Gaines 1987-88 Chris Gaines 1988-89 Reggie Cross 1989-90 Chris Gaines 1990-91 Ray Reed 1991-92 Phil Lott 1992-93 Chris Walz 1993-94 Trevor Ruffin 1994-95 Tony Maroney 1995-96 Anthony Harris 1996-97 Anthony Carter 1997-98 Anthony Carter 1998-99 Marquette Alexander 1999-00 Marquette Alexander 2000-01 Predrag Savovic 2001-02 Predrag Savovic

76

FG 206 201 205 216 148 161 252 166 145 166 140 185 155 166 205 121 179 161 207 202 212 197 140 213 163 219 211 191 137 188 189 163

2002-03 Carl English 2003-04 Michael Kuebler 2004-05 Julian Sensley 2005-06 Julian Sensley 2006-07 Matt Lojeski 2007-08 Matt Gibson 2008-09 Roderick Flemings 2009-10 Roderick Flemings 2010-11 Zane Johnson Field Goals Attempted Year Player 1970-71 Al Davis 1971-72 Bob Nash 1972-73 Tom Henderson 1973-74 Tom Henderson 1974-75 Jimmie Baker 1975-76 Reggie Carter 1976-77 Gavin Smith 1977-78 Tony Wells 1978-79 Eric Bowman 1979-80 Aaron Strayhorn 1980-81 Aaron Strayhorn 1981-82 Clarence Dickerson 1982-83 Tony Webster 1983-84 Jack Miller 1984-85 Andre Morgan 1985-86 Kenny Walker 1986-87 Chris Gaines 1987-88 Chris Gaines 1988-89 Reggie Cross 1989-90 Terry Houston 1990-91 Ray Reed 1991-92 Phil Lott 1992-93 Trevor Ruffin 1993-94 Trevor Ruffin 1994-95 Tes Whitlock 1995-96 Anthony Harris 1996-97 Anthony Carter 1997-98 Anthony Carter 1998-99 Mike Robinson 1999-00 Marquette Alexander 2000-01 Predrag Savovic 2001-02 Predrag Savovic 2002-03 Carl English 2003-04 Michael Kuebler 2004-05 Julian Sensley 2005-06 Julian Sensley 2006-07 Matt Lojeski 2007-08 Bobby Nash 2008-09 Roderick Flemings 2009-10 Roderick Flemings 2010-11 Zane Johnson

198 210 135 174 193 137 166 173 157 FGA 418 419 445 444 337 348 571 319 321 394 298 335 359 347 411 291 403 342 391 444 449 416 322 499 351 443 426 422 304 356 418 372 463 465 308 390 357 359 356 398 359

Field-Goal Percentage (min. 2.5 FG/game) Year Player FG% 1970-71 John Penebacker .591 1971-72 John Penebacker .524 1972-73 Mel Werts .513 1973-74 Tom Henderson .486 1974-75 H. Hollingsworth .515 1975-76 Mel Werts .532 1976-77 Brian Austin .472 1977-78 Tony Wells .520 1978-79 Tony Wells .504 1979-80 Eric Bowman .492 1980-81 Tony Webster .551 1981-82 Clarence Dickerson .552 1982-83 Jack Miller .523 1983-84 Ray Arthur .526 1984-85 Ray Arthur .506 1985-86 Rick Domonkos .500 1986-87 John Gabriel .533 1987-88 Bill Holcomb .500 1988-89 Reggie Cross .529 1989-90 Andrew McGuire .543 1990-91 Tim Shepherd .552 1991-92 Fabio Ribeiro .518

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

Tim Shepherd Tony Maroney Tony Maroney Justice Sueing Micah Kroeger Erin Galloway Philipp Czernin Nerijus Puida Phil Martin Haim Shimonovich Phil Martin Jeff Blackett Chris Botez Ahmet Gueye Matt Lojeski Bill Amis Bill Amis Brandon Adams Bill Amis

.582 .540 .556 .595 .550 .583 .587 .557 .627 .497 .527 .522 .504 .560 .541 .557 .468 .520 546

3-Point Field Goals Made Year Player 1986-87 Chris Gaines 1987-88 Chris Gaines 1988-89 David Hallums 1989-90 Chris Gaines 1990-91 Ray Reed 1991-92 Phil Lott 1992-93 Trevor Ruffin 1993-94 Trevor Ruffin 1994-95 Tes Whitlock 1995-96 Tes Whitlock 1996-97 Alika Smith 1997-98 Alika Smith 1998-99 Casey Cartwright 1999-00 Predrag Savovic 2000-01 Predrag Savovic 2001-02 Predrag Savovic 2002-03 Carl English 2003-04 Michael Kuebler 2004-05 Jake Sottos 2005-06 Matt Lojeski 2006-07 Matt Gibson Matt Lojeski 2007-08 Bobbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;Nash 2008-09 Lasha Parghalava 2009-10 Hiram Thompson 2010-11 Zane Johnson

3FG 19 22 16 28 34 46 36 86 72 37 60 67 31 42 61 75 89 97 66 56 44 44 59 31 44 98

3-point Field Goals Attempted Year Player 3FGA 1986-87 Chris Gaines 68 1987-88 Chris Gaines 70 1988-89 David Hallums 42 1989-90 Chris Gaines 85 1990-91 Ray Reed 117 1991-92 Phil Lott 126 1992-93 Trevor Ruffin 118 1993-94 Trevor Ruffin 215 1994-95 Tes Whitlock 207 1995-96 Tes Whitlock 113 1996-97 Alika Smith 146 1997-98 Alika Smith 179 1998-99 Casey Cartwright 90 1999-00 Predrag Savovic 108 2000-01 Predrag Savovic 171 2001-02 Predrag Savovic 192 2002-03 Carl English 227 2003-04 Michael Kuebler 242 2004-05 Jake Sottos 163 2005-06 Julian Sensley 147 2006-07 Bobby Nash 124 2007-08 Bobby Nash 171 2008-09 Lasha Parghalava 113 2009-10 Jeremy Lay 104 2010-11 Zane Johnson 241

3-point FG Percentage (min. 50 att.) Year Player FG% 1986-87 Billy Koch .295 1987-88 Craig Murray .340 1988-89 David Hallums .381 1989-90 Chris Gaines .329 1990-91 Troy Bowe .429 1991-92 Bert Woodard .479 1992-93 Chris Walz .409 1993-94 Kalia McGee .419 1994-95 John Molle, Jr. .397 1995-96 Micah Kroeger .372 1996-97 Alika Smith .411 1997-98 Alika Smith .374 1998-99 Geremy Robinson .440 1999-00 Mike McIntyre .452 2000-01 Mindaugas Burneika .423 2001-02 Carl English .399 2002-03 Carl English .392 2003-04 Michael Kuebler .401 2004-05 Jake Sottos .405 2005-06 Matt Lojeski .384_ 2006-07 Dominic Waters .394 2007-08 Jared Dillinger .383 2008-09 Roderick Flemings .310 2009-10 Hiram Thompson .444 2010-11 Zane Johnson .407 Free Throws Made Year Player 1970-71 Jerome Freeman 1971-72 Jerome Freeman 1972-73 Tom Henderson 1973-74 Tom Henderson 1974-75 Victor Kelly 1975-76 Reggie Carter 1976-77 Gavin Smith 1977-78 Cliff Sanchez 1978-79 Thomas Louden 1979-80 Aaron Strayhorn 1980-81 Aaron Strayhorn 1981-82 Clarence Dickerson 1982-83 Tony Webster 1983-84 Jack Miller 1984-85 Ray Arthur 1985-86 Kenny Walker 1986-87 Chris Gaines 1987-88 Reggie Cross 1988-89 Reggie Cross 1989-90 Chris Gaines 1990-91 Ray Reed 1991-92 Fabio Ribeiro 1992-93 Fabio Ribeiro 1993-94 Trevor Ruffin 1994-95 Tes Whitlock 1995-96 Anthony Harris 1996-97 Alika Smith 1997-98 Anthony Carter 1998-99 Mike Robinson 1999-00 Predrag Savovic 2000-01 Troy Ostler 2001-02 Predrag Savovic 2002-03 Carl English 2003-04 Michael Kuebler Julian Sensley 2004-05 Matt Gibson 2005-06 Julian Sensley 2006-07 Matt Lojeski 2007-08 Matt Gibson 2008-09 Roderick Flemings 2009-10 Roderick Flemings 2010-11 Zane Johnson

FT 110 84 105 135 103 117 104 61 78 97 82 90 69 83 64 59 103 135 145 184 79 90 119 113 89 164 115 111 50 112 124 106 122 81 81 74 77 94 112 144 102 77

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annual leaders Free Throws Attempted Year Player 1970-71 Jerome Freeman 1971-72 John Penebacker 1972-73 Tom Henderson 1973-74 Tom Henderson 1974-75 Victor Kelly 1975-76 Reggie Carter 1976-77 Gavin Smith Brian Austin 1977-78 Tony Wells 1978-79 Thomas Louden 1979-80 Aaron Strayhorn 1980-81 Aaron Strayhorn 1981-82 Clarence Dickerson 1982-83 Tony Webster 1983-84 Jack Miller 1984-85 Ray Arthur 1985-86 Anthony Jones 1986-87 Chris Gaines 1987-88 Reggie Cross 1988-89 Reggie Cross 1989-90 Chris Gaines 1990-91 Troy Bowe 1991-92 Phil Lott 1992-93 Fabio Ribeiro 1993-94 Trevor Ruffin 1994-95 Tony Maroney 1995-96 Anthony Harris 1996-97 Alika Smith 1997-98 Anthony Carter 1998-99 Johnny White 1999-00 Predrag Savovic 2000-01 Troy Ostler 2001-02 Carl English 2002-03 Carl English 2003-04 Julian Sensley 2004-05 Julian Sensley 2005-06 Julian Sensley 2006-07 Ahmet Gueye 2007-08 Matt Gibson 2008-09 Roderick Flemings 2009-10 Roderick Flemings 2010-11 Joston Thomas

FTA 161 123 129 167 126 136 136 136 108 113 120 106 106 114 147 101 115 124 185 189 215 110 128 145 152 136 197 142 142 77 140 176 154 167 112 92 117 135 140 198 156 126

Free-Throw Percentage Year Player 1970-71 Dwight Holiday 1971-72 Bob Nash 1972-73 Tom Henderson 1973-74 Tom Henderson 1974-75 Victor Kelly 1975-76 Reggie Carter 1976-77 John Moore 1977-78 Cliff Sanchez 1978-79 Thomas Louden 1979-80 Aaron Strayhorn 1980-81 Pop Dickerson 1981-82 Clarence Dickerson 1982-83 William Colston 1983-84 Jack Miller 1984-85 Garland Hughes 1985-86 Kenny Walker 1986-87 Chris Gaines 1987-88 Chris Gaines 1988-89 Chris Gaines 1989-90 Chris Gaines 1990-91 Chris Walz 1991-92 Bert Woodard 1992-93 Fabio Ribeiro 1993-94 Trevor Ruffin 1994-95 Tes Whitlock 1995-96 Anthony Harris 1996-97 Alika Smith 1997-98 Alika Smith 1998-99 Casey Cartwright 1999-00 Nerijus Puida 2000-01 Mindaugas Burneika

FT% .739 .768 .814 .808 .817 .860 .804 .753 .690 .808 .804 .849 .800 .728 .742 .808 .831 .874 .800 .856 .841 .788 .821 .743 .774 .832 .810 .817 .767 .826 .816

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Predrag Savovic Michael Kuebler Jeff Blackett Matt Gibson Matt Lojeski Dominic Waters Bobby Nash Lasha Parghalava Jeremy Lay Zane Johnson

Rebounds Per Game Year Player 1970-71 Bob Nash 1971-72 Bob Nash 1972-73 Mel Werts 1973-74 Mel Werts 1974-75 Tommy Barker 1975-76 Tommy Barker 1976-77 Gavin Smith 1977-78 Tony Wells 1978-79 Tony Wells 1979-80 Eric Bowman 1980-81 Rodney Jones 1981-82 Rodney Jones 1982-83 Bobby Hancock 1983-84 Jack Miller 1984-85 Ray Arthur 1985-86 Anthony Jones 1986-87 Alan Andrus 1987-88 Reggie Cross 1988-89 Reggie Cross 1989-90 Terry Houston 1990-91 Tim Shepherd 1991-92 Tim Shepherd 1992-93 Tim Shepherd 1993-94 Tony Maroney 1994-95 Tony Maroney 1995-96 Justice Sueing 1996-97 Seth Sundberg 1997-98 Erin Galloway 1998-99 Mike Robinson 1999-00 Marquette Alexander 2000-01 Troy Ostler 2001-02 Haim Shimonovich 2002-03 Haim Shimonovich 2003-04 Julian Sensley 2004-05 Julian Sensley 2005-06 Ahmet Gueye 2006-07 Ahmet Gueye 2007-08 Riley Luettgerodt 2008-09 Bill Amis 2009-10 Petras Balocka 2010-11 Vander Joaquim Assists Year 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

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Player Jerome Freeman Jerome Freeman Tom Henderson Tom Henderson Victor Kelly Reggie Carter Gary Gray Gary Newsome Thomas Louden Thomas Louden Aaron Strayhorn Racky Sesler William Colston Andre Morgan William Colston Jerald Wrightsil Jerald Wrightsil David Hallums David Hallums Troy Bowe Troy Bowe

.835 .811 .802 .831 .859 .867 .879 .820 .795 .811 Avg. 12.5 14.4 11.5 12.7 9.9 10.3 6.5 7.3 8.3 6.6 5.4 6.2 5.8 7.0 7.9 7.2 7.1 8.6 8.1 7.0 7.5 5.7 6.4 9.8 9.6 6.5 7.9 6.4 6.5 7.9 5.9 6.6 6.5 7.3 6.9 7.7 8.4 4.9 6.5 8.0 8.2 Tot.-Avg. 152-5.4 135-5.2 156-6.0 191-6.8 128-5.1 199-7.4 114-4.2 91-3.5 114-4.4 139-5.2 119-4.4 111-4.1 97-3.5 111-4.0 144-5.1 106-3.9 122-4.4 100-4.4 117-3.9 142-4.1 177-6.1

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

Phil Lott Jarinn Akana Kalia McGee Kalia McGee Alika Smith Anthony Carter Anthony Carter Johnny White Nerijus Puida Nerijus Puida Mark Campbell Mark Campbell Logan Lee Julian Sensley Deonte Tatum Matt Lojeski Matt Gibson Kareem Nitoto Hiram Thompson Jeremiah Ostrowski

81-2.9 72-2.6 135-4.1 131-4.5 103-3.7 191-6.6 212-7.3 144-5.5 135-4.7 137-4.4 151-4.6 192-6.2 113-3.4 89-3.1 102-3.6 139 -4.5 121-4.8 103-3.4 113-3.9 76-3.8

Blocked Shots Year Player Tot.-Avg. 1979-80 Eric Bowman 32-1.19 1980-81 Rodney Jones 27-1.13 1981-82 Rodney Jones 24-0.88 1982-83 Greg Hicks 30-1.07 1983-84 Greg Hicks 56-2.00 1984-85 Ray Arthur 22-0.79 1985-86 Rick Domonkos 19-0.73 1986-87 Rick Domonkos 22-0.76 John Gabriel 22-0.76 1987-88 Bill Holcomb 24-1.04 1988-89 Reggie Cross 18-0.60 1989-90 Cliff Beaubrun 22-0.65 1990-91 Ray Reed 36-1.33 1991-92 Chris Walz 21-0.75 1992-93 Terrance Phillip 18-0.66 1993-94 Tony Maroney 103-3.12 1994-95 Tony Maroney 70-2.41 1995-96 Seth Sundberg 29-1.07 1996-97 Seth Sundberg 38-2.00 1997-98 Erin Galloway 41-1.41 1998-99 Erin Galloway 33-1.38 Mike Robinson 33-1.27 1999-00 Troy Ostler 37-1.28 2000-01 Troy Ostler 51-1.82 2001-02 Haim Shimonovich 62-1.88 2002-03 Haim Shimonovich 39-1.39 2003-04 Haim Shimonovich 38-1.15 2004-05 Chris Botez 41-1.41 2005-06 Ahmet Gueye 65-2.50 2006-07 Ahmet Gueye 66-2.20 2007-08 Bill Amis 40-1.33 2008-09 Bill Amis 41-1.41 2009-10 Paul Campbell 28-0.97 2010-11 Bill Amis 49-2.22 Steals Year 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

Player Eric Bowman Tony Webster Racky Sesler Tony Webster Greg Hicks Ray Arthur Kenny Walker Chris Gaines Reggie Cross Reggie Cross Troy Bowe Troy Bowe Phil Lott Trevor Ruffin Tim Shepherd Trevor Ruffin Tes Whitlock Alika Smith

Tot.-Avg. 32-1.19 71-2.63 64-2.37 72-2.57 37-1.32 33-1.18 31-1.11 38-1.36 32-1.10 42-1.40 59-1.69 49-1.69 33-1.18 29-1.07 29-1.04 35-1.17 37-1.37 52-1.86

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

Anthony Carter Anthony Carter Mike Robinson Nerijus Puida Predrag Savovic Mark Campbell Mark Campbell Julian Sensley Matt Gibson Matt Lojeski Matt Gibson Matt Lojeski Matt Gibson Roderick Flemings Hiram Thompson Jeremiah Ostrowski

78-2.69 64-2.21 38-1.46 41-1.41 39-1.26 55-1.67 51-1.65 43-1.30 40-1.38 35-1.25 52-1.68 52-1.68 47-1.88 35-1.17 32-1.10 26-1.3

Minutes Year 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

Player Tot.-Avg. Al Davis 995-35.5 Jerome Freeman 875-33.7 Tom Henderson 964-37.1 Tom Henderson 1049-37.5 Victor Kelly 796-31.8 Reggie Carter 997-36.9 Gavin Smith 841-32.4 Tony Wells 883-34.0 Tony Wells 805-33.5 907-33.6 Thomas Louden Aaron Strayhorn 764-28.3 Clarence Dickerson 903-33.4 Tony Webster 881-31.5 Jack Miller 875-32.4 Andre Morgan 917-32.8 Kenny Walker 818-29.2 Chris Gaines 852-30.4 Chris Gaines 999-35.7 Reggie Cross 1008-33.6 Chris Gaines 1171-33.5 Troy Bowe 1116-38.5 Phil Lott 991-35.4 Chris Walz 888-31.7 Tony Maroney 1098-33.3 Tony Maroney 916-31.6 Alika Smith 1022-36.5 Alika Smith 1053-36.3 Alika Smith 1063-36.7 Johnny White 952-36.6 Marquette Alexander 903-31.1 Predrag Savovic 1006-32.5 Carl English 1081-32.8 Mark Campbell 1121-36.2 Michael Kuebler 1179-35.7 Julian Sensley 1034-35.7 Julian Sensley 1000-37.0 Matt Lojeski 1083-34.9 Bobby Nash 1065-35.5 Roderick Flemings 1079-36.0 Roderick Flemings 988-35.3 Zane Johnson 1059-34.2

Bold indicates single-season record Field goal % -min. 2.5 fg made per game and 50% of games played Free throw % -min. 50 att. and 50% of games played

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opponent Individual records Points

Individual 47 Marshall Rogers, Texas-Pan American, 2/27/76 Team 133 Oklahoma City, 1/28/67 First Half 70 New Mexico, 12/11/76 Second Half 73 Boston College, 12/29/64

Field Goals Made

Individual 20 Wayman Tisdale, Oklahoma, 12/30/82 Team 52 Utah, 1/22/66

Field Goals Attempted

Individual 34 Wayman Tisdale, Oklahoma, 12/30/82 Team 102 West Virginia, 1/24/70

3-pt. Field Goals Made

Individual 8 Steffan Johnson, Idaho, 3/6/10 Team

15 Colorado State, 2/15/97

3-pt. Field Goals Attempted

Individual 18 Josh Akognon, Cal State Fullerton, 11/16/08 Team 37 Fresno State, 1/21/06

Free Throws Made

Individual 19 Earl Evans, UNLV, 1/9/79 Consecutive Free Throws Made 17 Bob Gaillard, San Francisco, 12/23/61 Team 45 Oklahoma City, 1/28/67

Free Throws Attempted

Individual 24 Earl Evans, UNLV, 1/19/79 Team 56 Oklahoma City, 1/28/67

Rebounds

Individual 26 Dave Cowens, Florida State, 1/23/69 Team 76 West Virginia, 1/24/70

Assists

Individual 21 Kelvin Scarborough, New Mexico, 2/13/87 Team 37 UNLV, 3/1/77

Steals

Individual 7 Mike Campbell, Long Island, 12/13/97 Team 21 Southern Illinois, 2/21/04

Blocked Shots

Individual 9 Khari Jaxon, New Mexico, 1/18/92 Team 11 TCU, 1/4/01

Turnovers Team

37 Arizona State, 12/30/76

Opponent 100-Point Games SCORE UH UH-OPP W/L 67-109 L 116-107 W 68-102 L 76-100 L 60-104 L 74-120 L 84-100 L 75-101 L 67-122 L 52-111 L 74-113 L 77-104 L 76-104 L 64-106 L 85-133 L 62-116 L 83-102 L 76-102 L 60-111 L 78-100 L 84-116 L 65-121 L 104-111 L 95-107 L 96-105 L 93-101 L 103-105 L 99-114 L 84-113 L 74-101 L 79-110 L 84-124 L 97-115 L 68-104 L 85-102 L 105-101 W 82-107 L 87-100 L 83-115 L 92-110 L 80-100 L 108-100 W 84-101 L 47-100 L 104-103 W 94-103 L 84-126 L 78-100 L 96-106 L 100-103 L 64-103 L 71-106 L 89-102 L

OPPONENT (DATE) at Utah (1954-55) Cal State L.A. (1958-59) at Seattle (12/9/59) at Cal State L.A. (1963-64) at Pacific (1963-64) Boston College (1964-65) Oklahoma City (1964-65) at USC (1964-65) Utah (1/22/66) at Washington (1/28/66) at Arizona State (2/9/66) Oklahoma City (2/23/66) Oklahoma City (2/26/66) at Utah State (1966-67) at Oklahoma City (1966-67) at Oklahoma City (1966-67) Miami (FL) (12/6/67) Drake (12/29/69) Iowa (12/30/69) Jacksonville (1/2/70) Houston (1/3/70) at West Virginia (1/24/70) at Loyola (1/5/71) at San Diego State (2/4/71) at Houston (1/3/75) Centenary (2/21/75) San Francisco (2 ot) (12/13/75) UNLV (2/21/76) New Mexico (12/11/76) Houston (12/29/76) at Long Beach State (2/24/77) at UNLV (3/1/77) SW Louisiana (3/4/77) Houston (12/21/77) at Centenary (1/11/78) Nevada (ot) (12/27/79) at Brigham Young (2/28/80) at Utah (1/8/81) Florida (12/29/86) at New Mexico (2/13/87) Brigham Young (2/28/87) North Texas (12/21/90) North Carolina (12/30/92) vs. Portland (11/25/93) UTEP (2 ot) (2/17/94) at San Diego State (2/3/96) at TCU (2/12/98) at Tulsa (1/22/00) at TCUâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;(2/10/00) at Fresno State (2ot) (3/10/00) at TCU (1/4/01) at New Mexico State (3/8/08) Cal Poly (2/20/10)

Number of 100-point games allowed: 53 UH record when opp. scores 100+ Points: 4-49 Most 100-point games allowed in a season: 5, 3X (last, 1976-77) Most consecutive 100-point games allowed: 4 (12/29/69 to 1/2/70)

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margins & streaks lARGEST mARGIN OF vICTORY (All games) MARGIN 67 57 46 44 42 40 39 38 38 38

SCORE 110-43 106-49 121-75 85-41 115-73 98-58 97-58 101-63 105-67 117-79

OPPONENT BYU-Hawai‘i Redlands Lewis & Clark Oregon State Linfield Tennessee Tech Westmont New York Trinity Portland

Longest WAC Win Streak (Regular season)

DATE 1962-63 1/28/72 1/23/71 11/19/06 12/11/71 12/9/88 12/8/73 12/26/70 1/16/71 2/9/73

GAMES TEAM TO END STREAK 6 Rice 6 San Jose State 5 Louisiana Tech 5 UTEP 5 New Mexico 5 Fresno State 5 New Mexico 5 Wyoming

SCORE 92-62 88-58 91-62 90-63 69-43 71-45

OPPONENT Tulsa Air Force San Diego State Rice Fresno State San Jose State

GAMES TEAM TO END STREAK 26 Louisville 24 San Jose State 20 Centenary 12 San Diego State 11 Illinois-Chicago 11 St. Mary’s

DATE 2/27/04 1/11/90 1/28/95 2/19/00 2/5/09 1/8/05

SCORE 55-111 65-121 67-122 62-116 47-100 60-111 74-120 54-98 84-126 64-103

OPPONENT Washington at West Virginia Utah at Oklahoma City vs. Portland Iowa Boston College at Utah State at TCU at TCU

GAMES TEAM TO END STREAK 24 San Jose State 13 Louisiana Tech 12 San Diego State 10 SMU 7 Florida State 7 TCU 7 Arkansas State 7 Fresno State

DATE 1/28/66 1/24/70 1/22/66 1966-67 11/25/93 12/30/69 12/29/64 1/11/10 2/12/98 1/4/01

SCORE 54-98 84-126 64-103 57-93 46-82

OPPONENT at Utah State at TCU at TCU New Mexico Utah

Longest Win Streak (All teams) GAMES TEAM TO END STREAK 22 Central Washington 19 Luke Field 13 Subpac 11 Missouri 10 Duke 10 Oakland Bittners

GAMES TEAM TO END STREAK 29 Fordham 21 Montana 13 San Diego State 13 Loyola (MD) 11 Cal State Los Angeles 11 Japan National Team 11 St. Mary’s (CA) 11 San Diego State

DATE 1/11/10 2/12/98 1/4/01 1/18/86 1/13/96

BEGAN 1947-48 1929-30 1949-50 11/30/73 11/27/89 1948-49

Longest Win Streak (Collegiate teams) GAMES TEAM TO END STREAK 11 Missouri 10 Duke 9 San Jose State 9 Loyola Marymount 8 Fresno State 8 Wyoming 8 San Francisco 8 Westmont 8 San Diego State

BEGAN 11/30/73 11/27/89 12/19/01 12/2/71 11/23/04 12/29/81 2/22/75 1/8/72 1/11/71

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BEGAN 12/19/01 2/14/04 1/13/01 11/26/99 2/27/10 12/19/97 3/1/97 12/30/96

Longest Losing Streak (All teams)

lARGEST mARGIN OF dEFEAT (WAC games) MARGIN 44 42 39 36 36

BEGAN 12/2/71 12/19/01 2/26/70 1/13/01 1/18/90 11/30/73

ENDED 12/29/72 2/15/03 2/27/71 12/14/01 12/14/90 1/25/74

Longest Home Win Streak (Stan Sheriff Center)

lARGEST mARGIN OF dEFEAT (All games) MARGIN 59 56 55 54 53 51 46 44 42 39

ENDED 1/28/04 1/19/02 2/9/02 2/28/98 2/22/97 2/1/97 2/5/83 1/25/82

Longest Home Win Streak (Collegiate teams)

lARGEST mARGIN OF vICTORY (WAC games) MARGIN 30 30 29 27 26 26

BEGAN 1/5/04 12/27/01 1/24/02 2/14/98 2/6/97 1/11/97 1/22/83 1/9/82

BEGAN 12/10/77 12/8/65 12/5/85 2/13/87 1954-55 1966-67 1/25/86 12/23/86

Longest Losing Streak (Collegiate teams) ENDED 1947-48 1932-33 1950-51 1/10/74 12/30/89 1948-49

ENDED 1/10/74 12/30/89 1/19/02 1/4/72 12/23/04 1/25/82 12/13/75 2/4/72 2/4/71

GAMES TEAM TO END STREAK 29 Fordham 19 Montana 15 Loyola Marymount 13 Montana State 13 San Diego State 13 Loyola (MD)

BEGAN 12/10/77 12/6/65 1954-55 1963-64 12/5/85 2/13/87

ENDED 2/15/03 1/13/05 12/14/01 1/12/00 12/22/10 1/19/98 12/14/97 2/27/97

ENDED 12/27/78 12/27/66 1/23/86 12/21/87 1954-55 1966-67 11/29/86 1/26/87

ENDED 12/27/78 1966-67 1956-57 1964-65 1/23/86 12/21/87

Longest WAC Losing Streak (Regular season) GAMES TEAM TO END STREAK 16 San Diego State 10 Air Force 8 Nevada 7 Utah 7 Air Force 7 San Diego State

BEGAN 1/25/86 1/21/88 1/21/10 1/28/84 1/3/85 1/4/96

ENDED 1/26/87 3/3/88 2/27/10 2/16/84 1/26/85 1/28/96

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home courts Neal S. Blaisdell Center Arena (1964-94)

The Neal S. Blaisdell Center Arena, originally called the Honolulu International Center (H.I.C.) when it opened in 1964, served as UH’s primary homecourt for 27 years. From 1964-66, UH hosted and played in the Rainbow Classic at the H.I.C. (0-1 in 1964-65, 0-1 in 1965-66, 1-2 in 1966-67), while still playing the remainder of its home schedule at the on-campus Otto “Proc” Klum Gymnasium. Beginning with the 1967-68 season, all UH home games were moved to the 7,500-seat Blaisdell Arena. The arena, located in downtown Honolulu, is named after the late Honolulu mayor and was dedicated in 1976. On occasion, UH played various games at Klum Gym if a conflict with Blaisdell Arena occurred (1-0 in 1986-87 and 1-1 in 1991-92).

SEASON 1964-67 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 TOTAL

W L PCT AVG SELLOUT 1 4 .250 NA 0 12 4 .750 NA 0 6 9 .400 3,193 0 6 14 .300 4,212 0 18 1 .947 6,237 9 19 0 1.000 7,495 19 14 7 .667 7,495 21 16 3 .842 7,517 19 12 6 .667 7,508 18 11 9 .550 6,897 3 9 11 .450 5,018 0 1 21 .045 3,880 0 9 11 .450 3,595 0 11 7 .611 3,557 0 12 6 .667 4,655 1 15 4 .789 5,796 1 13 5 .722 4,019 1 10 5 .667 3,702 0 9 10 .474 0 3,951 4 14 .222 2,860 0 5 11 .313 2,913 0 3 14 .176 1,684 0 11 4 .733 4,045 0 14 2 .875 5,848 2 13 4 .765 5,728 1 11 4 .733 5,243 0 9 8 .529 5,148 3 11 5 .688 5,760 3 285 203 .584 101

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Largest Road Crowds 23,049 Nov. 28, 1987 Kentucky Rupp Arena (Lexington, KY) 22,873 Jan. 10, 1981 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 22,848 Feb. 9, 1991 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 22,678 Feb. 3, 1990 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 22,169 Nov. 24, 1978 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 22,133 Jan. 14, 1989 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 21,718 Feb. 25, 1982 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 21,318 Feb. 28, 1980 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 21,173 Feb. 12, 1994 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 21,077 Jan. 15, 1983 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 21,031 Feb. 14, 1984 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 20,463 Jan. 23, 1993 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 20,257 Jan. 17, 1987 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 19,951 March 15, 2002 Xavier (NCAA) American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX)

The long-awaited opening of the Special Events Arena occurred in 1994 and served as the new home of Hawai‘i basketball. The 10,300-seat on-campus facility was re-named the Stan Sheriff Center in 1998, after the late UH athletics director who lobbied for its construction. During its 16-year existence, the SSC has attracted more than two million fans for men’s basketball games and have hosted 22 sellouts, including 13 during the 1997-98 campaign.

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SEASON 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

W 13 8 16 17 6 15 13 16 15 14 13 14 13 9 11 10 14 217

L 4 8 3 5 13 4 5 1 1 3 4 3 3 9 9 11 5 91

PCT TOTAL .765 143,763 .500 110,594 .842 145,416 .773 211,520 .316 149,351 .789 133,559 .722 116,802 .941 126,274 .938 117,621 .824 126,539 .765 123,092 .824 125,523 .813 102,959 .500 111,072 .550 117,779 .476 119,004 .737 120,674 .702 2,083,763

AVG SELLOUT 8,457 5 6,912 0 7,653 2 9,615 13 7,861 0 7,029 0 6,489 0 7,428 1 7,351 0 7,443 1 7,241 0 7,384 0 6,435 0 6,171 0 5,889 0 5,667 0 6,351 0 6,765 22

19,523 Dec. 1, 1993 North Carolina Dean Smith Center (Chapel Hill, NC) 19,126 Jan. 14, 1995 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 18,528 Jan. 7, 1988 Brigham Young Marriott Center (Provo, UT) 18,100 March 4, 1988 New Mexico University Arena (Albuquerque, NM) 18,018 Feb. 22, 1997 New Mexico University Arena (Albuquerque, NM) 18,000 Feb. 20, 1947 St. John’s Madison Square Garden (New York, NY) 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL


stan Sheriff Center records Individual Records

Team Highs/Lows

Points Scored

Points Scored

16 by Roderick Flemings (Hawai‘i) vs. Eastern Washington (12/13/08)

High 109, Weber State vs. Baylor, 12/17/94 First-Half High 53, Northern Colorado vs. McNeese State, 11/13/09 Second-Half High 65, Weber State vs. Baylor, 12/17/94 Low 37, 2x last by Indiana State vs. Long Beach State, 12/23/04 First-Half Low 10, by Fresno State vs. Hawai‘i, 2/5/08 Second-Half Low 12, Hawai‘i vs. Louisiana Tech, 3/4/06

Field Goals Attempted

Field Goals Made

41, Josh Akognon (Cal State Fullerton) vs. Hawai‘i, 11/16/08 39, Roderick Flemings (Hawai‘i) vs. Cal Poly, 2/20/10 38, Hector Romero (New Orleans) vs. Cal Poly, 12/20/02 38, Marquise Gainous (TCU) vs. Hawai‘i, 1/15/00 37, Roderick Flemings (Hawai‘i) vs. Eastern Washington, 12/13/08 37, Tes Whitlock (Hawai‘i) vs. Seton Hall, 11/27/94 37, Nick Fazekas (Nevada) vs. Hawai‘i, 1/5/06 36, Dwain Williams (Hawai‘i) vs. St. Mary’s, 12/25/09 36, Tyronn Lue (Nebraska) vs. Virginia, 12/27/97 35, Jimmy DeGraffenried (Weber State) vs. Baylor, 12/16/94 35, Chris Herren (Fresno State) vs. Hawai‘i, 2/27/97 35, Matt Lojeski (Hawai‘i) vs. Boise State, 3/3/07

Field Goals Made

32, Charles Jones (Long Island) vs. Hawai‘i, 12/13/97

3-Point Field Goals Made

8, Carl English (Hawai‘i) vs. Tulsa, 2/1/03

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

18, Josh Akognon (Cal State Fullerton) vs. Hawai‘i, 11/16/08

Free Throws Made

16, Dwain Williams vs. Saint Mary’s, 12/25/09

Free Throws Attempted

18, 3X, last by Dwain Williams (Hawai‘i) vs. Saint Mary’s, 12/25/09

High 42, 2x, last by Indiana vs. Northeast Louisiana, 11/30/97 Low 11, San Jose State vs. Hawai‘i, 1/8/05

Field Goals Attempted

High 90, Long Island vs. Hawai‘i, 12/13/97 Low 33, 2x, last by Princeton vs. UNC Charlotte, 12/30/98

Field-Goal Percentage

Free Throws Made

High 36 (43 att.), Rutgers vs. Wichita State, 11/29/98 Low 1 (2 att.), New Mexico State vs. Ohio State, 12/29/97

Free Throws Attempted

High 46 (31 made), Texas Southern vs. Houston, 12/20/97; 46 (31 made), Hawai‘i vs. Northwestern State, 12/16/06 Low 0 (0 made), McNeese State vs. Hawai‘i, 11/14/09

Free-Throw Percentage

High 1.000 (13-13), Valparaiso vs. Charlotte, 12/22/06 Low .250 (3-12), San Diego State vs. Hawai‘i, 1/28/95

Rebounds

High 56, 2x, Hawai‘i vs. Alcorn State, 11/18/07 Hawai‘i vs. Prairie View A&M, 12/4/99 Low 11, Wichita State vs. Hawai‘i, 11/27/98

Assists

14, Jordan Brooks (Idaho) vs Hawai‘i, 2/28/08

High .683 (28-41), Northern Arizona vs. St. Bonaventure, 12/18/98 Low .230 (14-61), Charlotte vs. Houston, 12/21/06

Blocked Shots

3-Point Field Goals Made

Steals

Rebounds

24, Michael Harris (Rice) vs. Hawai‘i, 2/27/05

Assists

8, 2X, last by Jason Jennings (Arkansas State) vs. Georgia, 12/20/01

Steals

9, Ryan Minor (Oklahoma) vs. Arkansas, 12/28/94

Carl English

High 16, 2x, last by New Mexico State vs. Ohio State, 12/29/97 Low 0, by many

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

High 40, Cal Poly vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 12/15/96 Low 3, SMU vs. Hawai‘i, 1/13/05

3-Point Field-Goal Percentage (min. 10 att.)

High .714 (10-14), Hawai‘i vs. Fresno State, 2/1/01 Low .000 by many

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High 31, Bradley vs. Alcorn State, 12/29/02 Low 2, 2x, Utah vs. Hawai‘i, 12/23/10; Northwestern State vs. Hawai‘i, 12/28/09

High 20, Bradley vs. Alcorn State, 12/29/02 Low 1, by many

Blocked Shots

High 13, Kansas vs. Vanderbilt, 12/29/97 13, Hawai‘i vs. Nevada, 1/5/06 Low 0, by many

Turnovers

High 35, Hawai‘i vs. Long Island, 12/13/97 Low 4, Hawai‘i vs. UTEP, 2/21/05

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Hawai‘i Basketball history

1912-13 The College of Hawai‘i fields its first basketball team. The “Fighting Deans,” as Hawai‘i athletic teams were known then, defeats McKinley High School, 14-13, in their very first game on Feb. 13, 1913, at the Honolulu YMCA. 1918-19 David Crawford becomes the program’s first basketball coach. In his one-year stint, the Deans win two of seven games. 1920 The College of Hawai‘i changes its name to the University of Hawai‘i and basketball becomes a varsity sport. 1921-22 Otto “Proc” Klum serves a dual role as football and basketball coach. Klum, whose name bears the future home of UH basketball, accumulated a 13-8 record in two seasons. 1923 After the UH football team upset Oregon State, a rainbow appeared over the gridiron. Reporters started calling UH teams the “Rainbows” and the tradition began that whenever a rainbow appeared, Hawai‘i could not lose. 1930-31 The Eugene “Luke” Gill era begins and the Rainbows post their first of consecutive undefeated seasons (8-0). Gill went on to coach 11 seasons and compiled an 88-47 record. 1932-33 UH plays its first intercollegiate opponent, Meiji University of Japan. UH wins 45-40 at the newly built Civic Auditorium in Honolulu, O‘ahu. 1937-38 UH plays its first game against a collegiate opponent. Washington hands the Rainbows a 76-24 defeat in Honolulu, O‘ahu. 1941 World War II halts play for the UH basketball program. The Rainbows play an abbreviated eightgame schedule during the first year of the war and suspends play until 1946. 1946-47 Fielding its first team since the conclusion of World War II, the Rainbows make their first trip to the mainland, taking an eight-game swing through five states, beginning in New York City. 82

In front of a sellout crowd of 18,000 at Madison Square Garden, UH falls to St. John’s, 80-37. The team finishes 0-8 on the trip, which also took them through Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Nevada and Utah. 1947-48 UH wins its first game against a collegiate opponent—a 47-34 victory at Seattle—the first of a five-game road trip to the U.S. Northwest. UH finishes the season with a 24-3 record. 1948-49 After finishing the regular season with a 21-5 record, the Rainbows are invited to their first postseason tournament—the National Intercollegiate Basketball Association Tournament—in Kansas City. UH loses in the first round to North Dakota, 70-53. 1949-50 Coached by Art Gallon, the Rainbows win 22 of 39 games. Included on the schedule is a 13-game trip to the East Coast, the longest in UH history, and a 77-53 loss to second-ranked Bradley. 1951-52 Al Saake begins his first of two stints as Rainbow coach. After the conclusion of his nine-year career, Saake holds the school record for wins (92). 1958 The Rainbows move into the newly built, 3,800seat on-campus Otto “Proc” Klum Gymnasium, named after the former UH basketball and football coach and athletics director. Utah defeats the Rainbows, 66-54, on Jan. 31, in the team’s homeopener. 1963-64 Hilo High graduate and former NBA player and coach Ephraim “Red” Rocha becomes the new coach of the Rainbows. Rocha, who attended Hawai‘i briefly but later transferred to Oregon State after UH dropped its basketball program due to the war, went on to coach for 10 seasons and brought national attention to UH. 1964-65 The Rainbows host the inaugural Rainbow Classic, founded by Red Rocha and Chuck Leahey, the director of special services and athletics director for the 14th Naval District. The tournament, which started with five mainland college teams, two local military teams and UH, was played at the newly built Honolulu International Center.

1967-68 UH begins playing its home games at the 7,500seat Honolulu International Center (later re-named the Neal S. Blaisdell Center Arena). The Blaisdell Arena serves as home to Rainbow basketball for 27 years until 1994. 1968 Fred Smith becomes the first UH player drafted in the NBA. Smith is selected in the fourth round by the expansion Milwaukee Bucks. 1969-70 UH plays its first all-collegiate schedule. The Rainbows finish 6-20 against teams such as nationally ranked Jacksonville and Houston, Washington State, Centenary, Oregon State and Long Beach State. 1970-71 The Rainbows earn the program’s first berth into the prestigious National Invitation Tournament in New York City. The “Fabulous Five,” made up of four junior-college transfers and a returning sophomore—Bob Nash, John Penebacker, Al Davis, Dwight Holiday and Jerome Freeman—lead the Rainbows to a 23-5 record while capturing the program’s first Rainbow Classic crown. UH defeats Oklahoma in double overtime in its NIT opener before falling to St. Bonaventure in the quarterfinals. 1971-72 The “Fab Five” finishes the season with a 24-3 record and qualifies for the NCAA Tournament for the first time in the program’s history. The team ends the season with a No. 12 national ranking, its highest ever, and defeats eventual national runner-up Florida State, twice, along the way. Nash is the program’s first AllAmerican and the school’s first NBA Draft first-round pick (9th overall). The team sells out every game at the Blaisdell Arena and creates hoops hysteria throughout the state. 1972 Future Rainbow Tom Henderson is a member of the silver-medal-winning U.S. Olympic team during the 1972 Munich games. Henderson later stars for the Rainbows for two seasons (1973-74) and is a two-time All-American.

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1973-74 Behind Henderson, who averaged 20.2 points per game, the Rainbows win its first 11 games and advance to the quarterfinals of the NIT in New York City. Following the season, Henderson is the program’s highest NBA Draft pick, selected seventh overall by the Atlanta Hawks. 1975-76 Head coach Bruce O’Neil is fired in February and replaced by assistant coach Rick Pitino, who serves as interim coach, and is 2-4 in the final six games. An NCAA investigation finds numerous rule violations committed by the program. A year later, the school is placed on a two-year probation. 1977-78 UH finishes with its worst season in the program’s history, 1-26. After posting an 85-68 victory over South Dakota State, Dec. 9, the Rainbows finish the year by losing its final 22 games. 1979-80 UH joins the Western Athletic Conference. The Rainbows conclude their inaugural season in the WAC with a 4-10 league record and a sixth-place finish. 1980-81 Under fifth-year head coach Larry Little, the Rainbows upset sixth-ranked Utah, 83-74, in Honolulu, O‘ahu, en route to a 14-13 campaign. 1985-86, ’86-87 Frank Arnold, the former head coach at Brigham Young, takes the helm for two seasons at UH and recruits Chris Gaines, who would go on to become the school’s all-time leading scorer. 1987-88 Riley Wallace becomes the program’s 17th head coach. His inaugural squad finishes 4-25. One of its wins was a 79-76 upset victory over 18th-ranked New Mexico in Honolulu, O‘ahu. 1988-89 After a remarkable one-year turnaround, Wallace leads the Rainbows to a 17-13 record and fourthplace WAC finish. UH earns a spot in the NIT and Wallace is named WAC Coach of the Year. 1989-90 Chris Gaines becomes the school’s all-time leading scorer, surpassing John Penebacker. Gaines leads the team to a school-record 25 victories and a thirdround appearance in the NIT. 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

1990-91 UH defeats 11th-ranked Pittsburgh to claim the 27th Rainbow Classic championship. Guard Ray Reed, who becomes the first UH player to lead the WAC in scoring, scores 35 points in the victory. 1993-94 The Rainbows capture their first WAC Tournament and advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 22 years. Guard Trevor Ruffin sets the singleseason UH scoring record with 625 points and earns all-WAC first-team honors. UH drops its NCAA first-round game to Syracuse. 1994 The Stan Sheriff Center opens and becomes the new home of Rainbow basketball. The 10,300-seat arena also serves as home to the UH men’s and women’s volleyball and women’s basketball teams. 1996-97 UH captures its first-ever WAC regular-season championship with a 12-4 record in the Pacific Division. Led by the “Dynamic Duo” of Anthony Carter and Alika Smith, the ’Bows finish with a 21-8 mark and qualify for the NIT. Carter is named WAC Pacific Division Player of the Year. 1997-98 Carter and Smith lead UH to another 21-win season and a spot in the NIT third round. UH opens the season by defeating Bob Knight’s Indiana squad and later records the school’s biggest upset, a 76-65 victory over second-ranked Kansas in the championship game of the Rainbow Classic. 2000-01 UH makes a remarkable run in the WAC Tournament, defeating three of the tourney’s top four seeds, including host Tulsa, 78-72, in overtime. The ’Bows fall to Syracuse in the NCAA Tournament first round. 2001-02 The ’Bows win both the WAC regular-season and tournament titles after finishing with a school-record 27 victories. That squad, which posted a 15-3 league mark, loses in the NCAA Tournament first round to Xavier. Guard Predrag Savovic is named an honorable mention All-American.

The ’Bows secure their first-ever victory on the road over a nationally ranked team after upsetting No. 25 Utah State, 85-74, in the first round of the NIT. UH, which qualified for the postseason for the fourth consecutive year, advances to the NIT third round. All-WAC guard Michael Kuebler becomes the program’s first-ever first-team CoSIDA Academic All-American. 2005-06 UH opened the season with an 84-62 upset of No. 4 Michigan State, a team with three future NBA draft picks, at the Stan Sheriff Center, giving head coach Riley Wallace his 300th victory at the school. 2006-07 The Riley Wallace era came to a close. The winningest coach in UH history finished his career with a 334-265 record. In 20 years, his teams advanced to postseason play nine times, were WAC Tournament champions three times, and posted winning seasons 16 times. 2007-08 Bob Nash, the program’s first-ever All-American and NBA draft pick, and a member of the famed “Fab Five,” takes over as the school’s 18th head coach. 2008-09 UH improves by three wins in Bob Nash’s second season, including two nationally televised wins. After 45 years, the Rainbow Classic plays its final tournament as an eight-team format. 2009-10 Hawai‘i hosts the inaugural Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, an eight-team holiday tournament. 2010-11 First-year head coach Gib Arnold leads UH to a turnaround season, including a 19-13 record and a berth in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament.

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postseason history Postseason Appearances: 13 Postseason Record: 11-13

NCAA Tournament Appearances: 4 NCAA Tournament Record: 0-4

Year Opponent 1971 Oklahoma St. Bonaventure 1972 Weber State 1974 Fairfield Purdue 1989 California 1990 Stanford Long Beach State New Mexico 1994 Syracuse 1997 Oregon UNLV 1998 Arizona State Gonzaga Fresno State 2001 Syracuse 2002 Xavier 2003 UNLV Minnesota 2004 Utah State Nebraska Michigan 2011 Portland San Francisco

Tourn. NIT NIT NCAA NIT NIT NIT NIT NIT NIT NCAA NIT NIT NIT NIT NIT NCAA NCAA NIT NIT NIT NIT NIT CIT CIT

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Result Score W 88-87 L 64-73 L 64-91 W 66-65 L 72-85 L 57-73 W 69-57 W 84-79 L 58-80 L 78-92 W 71-61 L 80-89 W 90-73 W 78-70 L 83-85 L 69-79 L 58-70 W 85-68 L 70-84 W 85-74 W 84-83 L 73-88 W 76-64 74-77 L

Round First Quarterfinals First First Quarterfinals First First Second Quarterfinals First First Second First Second Quarterfinals First First First Second First Second Quarterfinals First Second

NIT Appearances: 8 CIT Appearances: 1 NIT Record: 10-8 CIT Record: 1-1

Regional — — West — — — — — — West (#13 seed) — — — — — Midwest (#12 seed) West (#10 seed) — — — — — — —

Site New York City, NY New York City, NY Pocatello, ID New York City, NY New York City, NY Berkeley, CA Honolulu, O‘ahu Honolulu, O‘ahu Albuquerque, NM Ogden, UT Honolulu, O‘ahu Las Vegas, NV Honolulu, O‘ahu Honolulu, O‘ahu Honolulu, O‘ahu Dayton, OH Dallas, TX Las Vegas, NV Minneapolis, MN Logan, UT Honolulu, O‘ahu Ann Arbor, MI Honolulu, O‘ahu Honolulu, O‘ahu

Head Coach Red Rocha Red Rocha Red Rocha Bruce O’Neil Bruce O’Neil Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Riley Wallace Gib Arnold Gib Arnold

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postseason records Individual Highs Points Scored

33, Anthony Carter vs. Gonzaga (1998 NIT) 33, Tom Henderson vs. Purdue (1974 NIT) 28, Michael Kuebler vs. Utah State (2004 NIT) 28, Anthony Carter vs. Arizona State (1998 NIT)

Field Goals Made

13, Anthony Carter vs. Gonzaga (1998 NIT) 13, Tom Henderson vs. Purdue (1974 NIT)

Field Goals Attempted

25, Anthony Carter vs. Fresno State (1998 NIT)

3-Point Field Goals Made

7, Trevor Ruffin vs. Syracuse (1994 NCAA)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

13, Trevor Ruffin vs. Syracuse (1994 NCAA)

Free Throws Made

10, Zane Johnson vs. Portland (2011 CIT)

Free Throws Attempted

10, Zane Johnson vs. Portland (2011 CIT) 10, Troy Ostler vs. Syracuse (2001 NCAA)

Rebounds

19, Bob Nash vs. St. Bonaventure (1971 NIT)

Assists

11, Anthony Carter vs. Oregon (1997 NIT)

Blocked Shots

4, Bill Amis vs. San Francisco (2011 CIT) 4, Haim Shimonovich vs. Xavier (2002 NCAA) 4, Tony Maroney vs. Syracuse (1994 NCAA)

Team Highs/Lows Points Scored

Free Throws Made

Field Goals Made

Free Throws Attempted

High 90 vs. Arizona State (1998 NIT) Low 57 vs. California (1989 NIT)

High 28 vs. Portland (2011 CIT) Low 4 vs. Xavier (2002 NCAA)

High 37 vs. Arizona State (1998 NIT) 37 vs. Oklahoma (1971 NIT) Low 23 vs. Portland (2011 CIT) 23 vs. Xavier (2002 NCAA) 23 vs. Syracuse (2001 NCAA) 23 vs. New Mexico (1990 NIT) 23 vs. California (1989 NIT)

High 39 vs. Portland (2011 CIT) Low 6 vs. Xavier (2002 NCAA)

Free-Throw Percentage

High .941 (16-17) vs. Syracuse (2001 NCAA) Low .350 (7-20) vs. California (1989 NIT)

Field Goals Attempted High 85 vs. Oklahoma (1971 NIT) Low 49 vs. Nebraska (2004 NIT)

Rebounds

High 66 vs. Oklahoma (1971 NIT) Low 22 at Minnesota (2003 NIT)

Field-Goal Percentage

High .618 (34-55) vs. Utah State (2004 NIT) Low .308 (24-78) vs. Weber State (1972 NCAA)

3-Point Field Goals Made

Steals

High 10 vs. Syracuse (1994 NCAA) 10 at Minnesota (2003 NIT) Low 0 vs. Stanford (1990 NIT)

Career Leaders

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

5, Bill Amis vs. Portland (2011 CIT) 5, Alika Smith vs. Gonzaga (1998 NIT)

Points Scored

116, Anthony Carter (5 games)

Scoring Average

26.5, Tom Henderson (2 games)

Field Goals Made

45, Anthony Carter (5 games)

Field Goals Attempted 89, Anthony Carter (5 games)

High 26 vs. Syracuse (2001 NCAA) Low 2 vs. Stanford (1990 NIT)

3-Point Field-Goal Percentage High .615 (8-13) vs. Utah State (2004 NIT) Low .000 (0-2) vs. Stanford (1990 NIT)

3-Point Field Goals Made 19, Michael Kuebler (5 games)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 39, Michael Kuebler (5 games)

Free Throws Made

19, Anthony Carter (5 games)

Free Throws Attempted 26, Anthony Carter (5 games)

Rebounds

34, Haim Shimonovich (7 games)

Assists

40, Anthony Carter (5 games)

Blocked Shots

13, Haim Shimonovich (7 games)

Steals

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Assists

High 25 vs. Nebraska (2004 NIT) Low 2 vs. Weber State (1972 NCAA)

Turnovers

High 25 vs. Purdue (1974 NIT) Low 11 vs. Gonzaga (1998 NIT) 11 at UNLV (2003 NIT)

Blocked Shots

High 7 vs. San Francisco (2011 CIT) Low 0 vs. Long Beach State (1990 NIT)

Steals

High 11 vs. Portland (2011 CIT) 11 vs. Stanford (1990 NIT) Low 0 vs. Long Beach State (1990 NIT)

Opponent Individual Records Points Scored

32, Bob Davis, Weber State, 3/11/72 32, Bobby Jack, Oklahoma, 3/22/71 31, Adam Keefe, Stanford, 3/15/90 30, Jeremy Veal, Arizona State, 3/11/98

Field Goals Made 14, Bobby Jack, Oklahoma, 3/22/71

Field-Goal Percentage

(min. 10 att.) .800, Luc Longley, New Mexico, 3/23/90

3-Pt. Field Goals Made 6, Brian Conklin, Nebraska, 3/22/04

Free Throws Made

11, Adam Keefe, Stanford, 3/15/90

Assists

9, Rafer Alston, Fresno State, 3/19/98; Adrian Autry, Syracuse, 3/17/94

Blocked Shots

7, Luc Longley, New Mexico, 3/23/90

Steals

5, Mark Brown, Utah State, 3/17/04; Lionel Chalmers, Xavier, 3/15/02

Rebounds

16, Kyle Milling, Oregon, 3/12/97 85


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Head Coach: Red Rocha Record: 24-3; Independent At-Large Berth

The 1971-72 squad, famously nicknamed the “Fabulous Five,” captivated the state by finishing the season with a 24-3 record and the program’s first trip to the NCAA Tournament. The team played before sold-out crowds at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center, where it won all 19 games, including consecutive victories over nationally ranked Florida State. UH opened the NCAA Tournament with a 91-64 loss to Weber State. Bob Nash led the team in scoring (18.2) and rebounding (14.3), becoming the first Rainbow to average a double-double for the season. Coupled with a 23-5 record and an NIT appearance in 1970-71, the Fabulous Five posted the best two-year record (49-8) in school history.

1971-72 Roster

NO NAME POS 11 Willie Martin G 12 Dwight Holiday G/F 13 Mike Kendall G 14 Jerome Freeman G 15 Mark Skillicorn G 21 John Penebacker F 22 Al Davis F 23 Artie Wilson G 24 Tyrone Bradshaw G/F 25 Mike Blackshire F 31 Todd Huber F/C 32 Bob Titchenal F 33 Bob Nash F/C 34 Jim Wienstroer C 35 Charlie Williams G Head coach: Red Rocha Assistant coach: Bruce O’Neil

WT 165 180 170 170 165 170 205 175 185 225 210 185 215 215 205

CL Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

HOMETOWN Hartford, CT Santa Rosa, CA Arcadia, CA Chicago, IL San Jose, CA Cincinnati, OH Chicago, IL Portland, OR Washington, D.C. Los Angeles, CA Puyallup, WA San Jose, CA Hartford, CT Chesterfield, MO Wichita, KS

The 1993-94 team overcame an 0-4 start by winning the program’s first WAC Tournament. The team failed to score more than 50 points in its first three games and lost by an average of 42 points at the Great Alaska Shoot-out. But the Rainbows rebounded and won seven of their first eight WAC games. In the WAC Tournament, UH squeaked out wins over Colorado State (6661) and New Mexico (61-58) before upsetting in-state favorite Brigham Young (72-66) for the title. Making their first NCAA Tournament in 22 years, the Rainbows hung tough against Syracuse before falling 92-78 in firstround action. Guard Trevor Ruffin led the team in scoring (20.8) while center Tony Maroney was the team leader in rebounding (9.8).

D 2 D 3 D 10 D 11 D 18 D 22 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 4 J 8 J 10 J 12 J 15 J 21 J 22 J 28

J 29 F 4 F 5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M 11

Oregon State Oregon State Linfield Linfield Florida State (forfeit) Florida State Northwestern (ot) (RC) California (RC) Arizona State (RC) at Loyola Marymount at Centenary at Rice at Connecticut at Portland Pepperdine Pepperdine Redlands

NO NAME POS HT WT CL HOMETOWN 3 Rodney Washington G 6-1 185 Sr. Mesquite, TX 4 Anthony Cummings F 6-7 223 Fr. Jacksonville, FL 12 Jarinn Akana G 6-1 185 Sr. Kaunakakai, Molokai 13 Trevor Ruffin G 6-1 197 Sr. Buffalo, NY 21 Marlon Minifee F 6-6 181 Fr. Chicago, IL 22 Kalia McGee G 6-1 179 Jr. Honolulu, O‘ahu 23 John Sponagle G 6-4 172 Sr. Indianapolis, IN 25 Wendell Owens G 5-10 175 Jr. San Francisco, CA 32 Walter Bonner F 6-6 240 Jr. Gilroy, CA 33 John Molle, Jr. F 6-4 213 Jr. Irvine, CA 34 Phil Handy F/G 6-5 190 Jr. Hayward, CA 42 Lonnie Benjamin F/C 6-10 218 Fr. Chicago, IL 44 Ahmad Ricketts F/C 6-8 209 Sr. Jersey City, NJ 50 Tony Maroney C 7-1 293 Jr. Lockport, NY Head coach: Riley Wallace Assistant coaches: Bob Nash, Jackson Wheeler, Jamie Dixon

DATE W/L SCORE OPPONENT

DATE W/L SCORE OPPONENT

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1993-94 Results

DATE W/L SCore OPPonent

89-71 76-73 97-68 115-73 30-10 81-76 85-83 87-79 87-77 78-88 96-91 84-65 77-71 90-87 94-85 125-88 106-49

Record: 18-15; WAC Record: 11-7 (4th)

1993-94 Roster

HT 6-2 6-4 5-10 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-7 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-6 6-5 6-8 6-9 6-1

1971-72 Results W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W

Head Coach: Riley Wallace

W L W W W W W W W L

84-50 89-90 88-79 96-58 85-55 117-97 109-95 94-75 91-83 64-91

Redlands at Westmont at UC Irvine U.S. International U.S. International Oklahoma City Oklahoma City San Diego State San Diego State vs. Weber State (NCAA)

RC - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, O‘ahu) NCAA - NCAA Tournament (Pocatello, ID)

N 25 N 26 N27 D 1 D 10 D 11 D 17 D 18 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 8 J 10 J 13 J 15 J 20 J 22 J 27 J 29 F 3

L L L L W L W L W W L W W W W L W W W L W

47-100 49-87 48-83 77-92 72-54 59-79 92-67 61-65 85-69 67-62 79-85 78-73 76-64 70-66 82-72 55-74 72-56 69-66 60-58 65-81 72-56

vs. Portland (GAS) vs. Wake Forest (GAS) vs. North Carolina St. (GAS) at North Carolina Missouri-K.C. (UAL) UAB (UAL) Mercer (NIKE) Kansas State (NIKE) Army (RC) Evansville (RC) Louisville (RC) at San Diego State Wyoming Colorado State at UTEP at New Mexico Utah Brigham Young at Air Force at Fresno State Air Force

DATE W/L SCORE OPPONENT

F 5 F 10 F 12 F 17 F 19 F 24 F 26 M 5 M 10 M 11 M 12 M 17

L L L W W W L L W W W L

82-88 74-81 79-85 104-103 83-67 95-94 74-81 74-84 65-61 61-58 73-66 78-92

Fresno State at Utah (ot) at Brigham Young UTEP (ot) New Mexico at Wyoming (3ot) at Colorado State San Diego State vs. Colorado State (WAC) vs. New Mexico (WAC) vs. Brigham Young (WAC) vs. Syracuse (NCAA)

GAS - Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) UAL - United Airlines Tip-Off Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) NIKE - Hawai‘i-Nike Festival (Honolulu, O‘ahu) RC - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, O‘ahu) WAC - WAC Tournament (Salt Lake City, UT) NCAA - NCAA Tournament (Ogden, UT)

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Head Coach: Riley Wallace Record: 17-14; WAC Record: 8-8 (T-5th) WAC Tournament Champions

Behind a dominant performance by freshman guard Carl English, Hawai‘i swept through the WAC Tournament and earned an automatic trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2000-01. English’s heroic play ignited upsets of TCU (99-79), top-seeded Fresno State (76-67) and host Tulsa (78-72) in overtime. In the championship game against the Golden Hurricane, English’s banker in the final seconds of regulation sent the game to overtime. UH overcame an 0-3 start to the conference season by winning seven of its eight WAC home games. The ’Bows were pitted against Syracuse in the NCAA Tournament first round, and suffered a 79-69 defeat. Guard Predrag Savovic led the team in scoring (17.6) while Troy Ostler was the team leader in rebounding (5.8).

2000-01 Roster

NO NAME POS HT WT CL HOMETOWN 1 Predrag Savovic G/F 6-6 225 Jr. Herceg Novi, Yugoslavia 2 Phil Martin F 6-7 198 Fr. Hamilton, Ontario 3 Mike McIntyre G 6-3 205 Jr. Long Beach, CA 4 Bosko Radovic F 6-9 220 Fr. Montenegro, Yugoslavia 5 David Hilton G 5-11 145 Fr. New York, NY 10 Lance Takaki G 5-4 135 So. Honolulu, O‘ahu 12 Ricky Terrell G 6-3 190 Jr. Los Angeles, CA 14 Haim Shimonovich F/C 6-10 245 Fr. Rishon LeZion, Israel 21 Mindaugas Burneika F 6-7 225 Jr. Kaunas, Lithuania 22 Nerijus Puida G/F 6-5 195 Sr. Sakiu Raj, Lithuania 23 Carl English G 6-4 178 Fr. Patrick’s Cove, Newfoundland 24 Troy Ostler F 6-10 205 Sr. West Valley City, UT 25 Ryne Holliday G 5-10 150 Jr. Belleville, IL 33 Lane O’Connor F 6-7 211 Sr. Vancouver, WA 34 Todd Fields C 7-0 252 Sr. Mesquite, TX Head coach: Riley Wallace Assistant coaches: Bob Nash, Jackson Wheeler, Scott Rigot

2000-01 Results DATE W/L SCORE OPPONENT

DATE W/L SCORE OPPONENT

N 17 N 24 N 26 D 9 D 16 D 21 D 22 D 23 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 4 J 6 J 11 J 13 J 20 J 25 J 28

F 1 F 3 F 8 F 11 F 15 F 17 F 22 M 1 M 3 M 8 M 9 M 10 M 16

L 71-86 W 59-55 L 63-65 L 64-84 W 86-73 L 64-65 W 76-70 W 100-86 W 81-67 W 75-67 L 58-69 L 64-103 L 56-69 L 71-79 W 68-65 W 65-64 L 64-70 L 67-79

Louisville SE Louisiana (UAL) San Diego at UCLA Texas-Pan American Georgia State (NIKE) Cal St. Northridge (NIKE) UAB (NIKE) Manhattan (RC) Saint Louis (RC) Tennessee (RC) at TCU at SMU UTEP Tulsa San Jose State (ot) at Rice at Tulsa

W 91-73 W 76-79 L 60-73 L 63-86 W 79-65 W 61-53 W 102-87 W 71-61 L 77-85 W 99-79 W 76-67 W 78-72 L 69-79

Fresno State Nevada at Nevada at Fresno State SMU Rice TCU at San Jose State at UTEP vs. TCU (WAC) vs. Fresno State (WAC) at Tulsa (ot) (WAC) vs. Syracuse (NCAA)

UAL - United Airlines Tip-Off Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) NIKE - Hawai‘i-Nike Festival (Honolulu, O‘ahu) RC - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, O‘ahu) WAC - WAC Tournament (Tulsa, OK) NCAA - NCAA Tournament (Dayton, OH)

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Head Coach: Riley Wallace

2001-02

2000-01

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Record: 27-6; WAC Record: 15-3 (T-1st) WAC Regular-Season Champions WAC Tournament Champions

The 2001-02 squad was the winningest team in the program’s history after posting a 27-6 mark. The team was also the first to win both the WAC regular season and tournament in the same season. UH finished the season with a No. 25 national ranking by the Associated Press. The team finished with a 16-1 home record which included a memorable 86-85 “White-Out” victory over Tulsa. At one point during the season, the team won 14 of 15 games. The team easily swept through the WAC Tournament, winning all three games by 14 or more points. In the NCAA Tournament, the team let a seven-point halftime lead slip away in a 70-58 loss to Xavier. Guard Predrag Savovic was named an AP honorable mention All-American after leading the team in scoring (20.3).

2001-02 Roster

NO NAME POS HT WT CL HOMETOWN 1 Predrag Savovic G 6-6 225 Sr. Herceg Novic, Yugoslavia 2 Phil Martin F 6-8 230 So. Hamilton, Ontario 3 Mike McIntyre G 6-3 205 Sr. Long Beach, CA 10 Lance Takaki G 5-4 150 Jr. Honolulu, O‘ahu 11 Joshua Stanhiser F 6-9 200 Jr. Loma Linda, CA 12 Milos Zivanovic F/C 6-11 220 Fr. Belgrade, Yugoslavia 14 Haim Shimonovich C 6-10 245 So. Rishon LeZion, Israel 15 Mark Campbell G 6-4 180 Jr. Mt. Vernon, WA 21 Mindaugas Burneika F 6-7 230 Sr. Kaunas, Lithuania 23 Carl English G/F 6-5 205 So. Patrick’s Cove, Newfoundland 25 Ryne Holliday G 6-0 170 Jr. Belleville, IL 40 Paul Jesinskis F 6-8 220 Jr. Assagay, Natal, South Africa 54 Nkeruwem Akpan F 6-8 240 Fr. Akwa-Ibom, Nigeria Head coach: Riley Wallace Assistant coaches: Bob Nash, Jackson Wheeler, Scott Rigot

2001-02 Results DATE W/L SCORE OPPONENT

DATE W/L SCORE OPPONENT

N 16 N 18 N 23 N 24 N 25 N 27 D 10 D 14 D 19 D 21 D 22 D 27 D 29 J 3 J 5 J 10 J 12 J 19 J 24

J 26 J 31 F 2 F 7 F 9 F 16 F 21 F 23 F 28 M 2 M 7 M 8 M 9 M 15

W W W L W W W L W W W W W W W W W L W

76-52 74-63 89-72 59-61 60-57 60-58 62-48 58-61 75-68 67-56 54-44 83-73 58-40 70-68 64-62 81-61 83-74 53-57 88-79

Norfolk State (NIKE) Drake (NIKE) vs. Mercer (BIIT) vs. Colorado State (BIIT) vs. Wisconsin (BIIT) Northwestern State Alcorn State San Diego State Portland (RC) Iona (RC) Georgia (RC) Fresno State Nevada at UTEP at Boise State Louisiana Tech SMU at San Jose State at Rice

W W W W L W W W L W W W W L

90-82 67-56 75-60 85-76 57-61 71-46 86-85 79-50 69-79 82-79 71-56 90-68 73-59 58-70

at Tulsa Boise State UTEP at SMU at Louisiana Tech San Jose State Tulsa Rice at Nevada at Fresno State vs. San Jose State (WAC) vs. Nevada (WAC) at Tulsa (WAC) vs. Xavier (NCAA)

NIKE - Nike Tip-Off Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) BIIT - Big Island Invitational Tournament (Hilo, Hawai‘i) RC - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, O‘ahu) WAC - WAC Tournament (Tulsa, OK) NCAA - NCAA Tournament (Dallas, TX)

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Record: 23-5; Independent

Head Coach: Bruce O’Neil Record: 19-9; Independent NIT Quarterfinals

Led by head coach Red Rocha, the 1970-71 squad participated in the program’s first-ever National Invitational Tournament. The team reeled off seven consecutive wins to start the season before a home loss to Loyola. But that didn’t slow down the Rainbows. In fact, it fueled them to win 14 of 15 games, to finish with a 23-5 mark. The starting five gained much attention and acclaim, later being labeled as “The Fabulous Five.” “The Fab Five” comprised of eventual NBA first-round pick Bob Nash, leading scorer Al Davis (18.9 ppg), All-American Jerome Freeman, second all-time UH scorer John Penebacker and future NBA player Dwight Holiday. UH opened the NIT in New York City with a double-overtime victory over Oklahoma before falling to St. Bonaventure.

With a new head coach (Bruce O’Neil), the Rainbows looked to start a new era of winning. The team reeled off its first 11 games of the season including its third Rainbow Classic title in the last four years. Standout point guard Tom Henderson—a U.S. Olympian—led the team in scoring (20.3 ppg). Prevailing through a tough stretch, in which the team lost eight of 14 games, the Rainbows managed to finish the season with a 19-9 record. The NIT came calling again, and the ‘Bows gladly accepted. However, after a nail-biting 66-65 victory over Fairfield in the opener, the team suffered an 85-72 defeat to Purdue. Henderson, considered by many as the greatest player to wear the Green and White, finished his career with a 20.0 scoring average and school-record five 30-point games.

1989-90

NIT Quarterfinals

1973-74

Head Coach: Red Rocha

1988-89

1970-71

NiT Teams

Head Coach: Riley Wallace Record: 17-13; WAC: 9-7 (4th) NIT First Round

Head coach Riley Wallace was determined to turn around the Rainbows after a 4-25 mark during his inaugural season with UH. He succeeded in doing so. All-time UH leading scorer Chris Gaines and NBA second-round pick Reggie Cross combined for a potent one-two scoring punch. The Rainbows finished the year 17-13 and posted the best turnaround in school history. A memorable highlight of the season was winning the series with rival Brigham Young, including a 72-69 upset victory at the WAC Tournament in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Rainbows were invited to the NIT after a 14-year hiatus. But the ’Bows dropped their NIT opener to California, 73-57. Wallace was named the WAC’s Coach of the Year and Cross earned first-team allWAC honors after averaging a team-high 18.6 ppg. 88

Head Coach: Riley Wallace Record: 25-10; WAC 10-6 (T-3rd) NIT Quarterfinals

For the second consecutive year, the Rainbows returned to the postseason under head coach Riley Wallace and in the process, achieved a new school record for wins in a season (25). Two seniors led the team on its way to a 25-10 campaign. Star shooting guard Chris Gaines and standout Terry Houston helped UH finish third in the WAC—just missing out on the regular-season title—with a 10-6 record. The ’Bows advanced to the title game of the WAC Tournament before falling to host UTEP, 75-58. UH was invited to the NIT for the second consecutive year and advanced further than ever before. UH defeated Stanford (69-57) and Long Beach State (84-79) before raucous Neal Blaisdell Arena crowds. One win away from a trip to New York City, UH lost to WAC-rival New Mexico at The Pit in Albuquerque, N.M., in the quarterfinals. 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL


Record: 21-8; WAC: 12-4 (T-1st Pacific)

Head Coach: Riley Wallace Record: 21-9; WAC 8-6 (4th Pacific) NIT Quarterfinals

The Rainbows captured the program’s first-ever WAC regular-season championship during the 1996-97 season, finishing 12-4 in conference play and 21-8 overall. The team’s backcourt was one of the most memorable in school history with Anthony “A.C.” Carter and homegrown talent Alika Smith. Dubbed the “Dynamic Duo,” the two brought back the much-needed fire to the UH program. After beginning the season with a spark, the Rainbows faded down the stretch, most noticeably a first-round WAC Tournament exit. The NIT came calling and the Rainbows made it to the second round. After a first-round home victory over Oregon (71-61), the ’Bows stumbled in the second round against WAC-rival UNLV (89-80). Carter led the team in scoring (18.7) and earned honorable mention All-America honors.

Behind the “Dynamic Duo” of Anthony “A.C.” Carter and Alika Smith, the Rainbows made a name for themselves during the 1997-98 campaign. UH opened the season with an 82-65 victory over Bob Knight’s Indiana squad. In the Rainbow Classic, the team scored the biggest upset in school history, handing No. 2 Kansas a 76-65 defeat in the title game. Once again the Rainbows suffered through a mid-season slump and the team had another disappointing opening-round loss in the WAC Tournament. However, UH redeemed themselves in the NIT, winning its first two games against Arizona State (90-73) and Gonzaga (78-70). Before a sellout crowd, UH fell to rival Fresno State in the third round. Smith finished as the team’s leading scorer (18.3) and Carter set a UH single-season record for assists (212).

2003-04

NIT Second Round

1997-98

Head Coach: Riley Wallace

2002-03

1996-97

nit teams

Head Coach: Riley Wallace Record: 19-12; WAC 9-9 (T-6th) NIT Second Round

Coming off consecutive WAC titles and NCAA Tournament appearances, the ’Bows once again had high expectations for the 2002-03 season. Winning both the Adidas Festival and the Rainbow Classic, the season looked promising with a 7-1 start. Without All-American guard Predrag Savovic, the team needed to look elsewhere for leadership and found it in guard Carl English. English led the team in scoring (19.6 ppg) and set a then-single-season school record for 3-pointers (89). English led UH to the semifinals of the WAC Tournament and an invitation to the NIT. After an impressive 85-68 victory over former WAC opponent UNLV on its home court in the opening round, the team traveled to Minnesota where its season ended with an 84-70 loss. 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

Head Coach: Riley Wallace Record: 21-12; WAC 11-7 (5th) NIT Quarterfinals

The ’Bows made a return trip to the NIT in 2003-04 and in the process set a new school record for their fourth straight postseason appearance. The team also posted the fifth 20-win season under head coach Riley Wallace. UH started the year 14-3 and looked to make a statement. However, a lateseason slump—in which the team lost six of nine games—ended hopes of another WAC title. Rice eliminated the ’Bows in the WAC Tournament first round. UH earned a trip to the NIT for the second straight year and was sent to Utah State for an opening-round match-up. Taking full advantage of the opportunity, the ’Bows upset the Aggies (85-74) and returned home to defeat Nebraska (84-83) in the second round. On just two days’ rest, UH was sent packing to Michigan where they fell, 88-73, to the eventual NIT champions. 89


1,259 1,290 1,314 1,414 1,415 1,519 1,734

1,000-Point Club

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Chris Gaines

YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP 1986-87 28 179-403 .444 103-124 480 1987-88 28 161-342 .471 111-127 455 1988-89 11 67-142 .472 44-55 183 1989-90 35 202-422 .479 184-215 616 TOTAL 102 609-1309 .465 442-521 1,734 Note: 74-244 (.303) in 3-pt. FGs

AVG 17.1 16.3 16.6 17.6 17.0

YEAR G FG-FGA 1969-70 26 134-253 1970-71 28 165-284 1971-72 26 142-271 1972-73 26 131-287 TOTAL 106 572-1095

PCT FT-FTA TP .530 136-224 404 .581 92-139 422 .524 79-123 363 .456 68-96 330 .522 375-582 1,519

AVG 15.5 15.1 13.9 12.7 14.3

YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP 1994-95 26 21-48 .438 7-13 58 1995-96 28 110-237 .464 61-78 306 1996-97 29 172-351 .490 115-142 519 1997-98 29 181-411 .440 103-126 532 TOTAL 112 484-1047 .462 286-359 1,415 Note: 161-422 (.382) in 3-pt. FGs

AVG 2.2 10.9 17.9 18.3 12.6

YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP 1999-2000 29 104-245 .424 112-140 362 2000-01 31 189-418 .452 106-143 545 2001-02 25 163-372 .438 106-127 507 TOTAL 85 456-1035 .441 324-410 1,414 Note: 178-471 (.378) in 3-pt. FGs

AVG 12.5 17.6 20.3 16.6

YEAR G FG-FGA 1972-73 26 154-300 1973-74 27 142-295 1974-75 25 120-233 1975-76 27 148-278 TOTAL 104 564-1106

PCT FT-FTA TP .513 31-51 339 .481 70-112 354 .515 32-68 272 .532 53-94 349 .509 186-325 1,314

AVG 13.0 13.1 10.9 12.9 12.6

YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP 1988-89 28 42-116 .362 12-18 104 Guard 1989-90 35 104-211 .493 31-54 247 Waterbury, CT 1990-91 29 157-365 .430 75-94 421 78-128 518 Top 10 in UH career scoring list…scored career-high 30 points 1991-92 28 197-416 .474 on three occasions. TOTAL 120 500-1108 .451 196-294 1,290 Note: 94-262 (.358) in 3-pt. FGs

AVG 3.7 7.1 14.5 18.5 10.7

Guard Waterloo, IA

UH career leader in points, field goals made and attempted, free throws made, free-throw percentage (.848) and 20-point games (33)…scored career-high 32 points on Dec. 22, 1989, vs. Southern Illinois.

John Penebacker Forward/Center Cincinnati, OH

Career leader in free throws attempted… member of the “Fabulous Five”…ranked 10th in the nation in field-goal percentage in 1970-71.

Alika Smith Guard Kailua, O‘ahu

Ranks second on UH career 3-point field goals made and attempted categories…combined with Anthony Carter to become Hawai‘i’s “Dynamic Duo.”

Predrag Savovic Guard Herceg Novi, Yugoslavia

UH career leader in 3-pointers made (178) and attempted (471)...an Associated Press honorable mention All-American and Verizon Academic All-America pick...two-time allWAC first-team selection.

Melton Werts Forward New York, NY

Career leader in rebounds (1,098) and second in blocked shots (163)…only Rainbow to score more than 1,000 points and grab more than 1,000 rebounds.

Phil Lott

Carl English

Guard Patrick’s Cove, Newfoundland, Canada Two-time, all-WAC performer...held single-season record for 3-pointers made (89)...ranks second in career 3-pointers (162) ...John Wooden Award nominee in junior season.

YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP 1999-2000 2 1-1 1.000 2-2 4 2000-01 28 47-100 .470 26-39 136 2001-02 33 178-374 .476 99-154 512 2002-03 31 198-463 .428 122-167 607 TOTAL 94 424-938 .452 249-362 1,259 Note: 162-414 (.391) in 3-pt FGs

AVG 2.0 4.9 15.5 19.6 13.4

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1,013 1,022 1,070 1,082 1,126 1,230 1,231

1,000-point Club

Phil Martin

YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP AVG 2000-01 30 106-169 .627 53-74 265 8.8 Forward 2001-02 33 127-262 .485 43-75 297 9.0 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 2002-03 31 148-281 .527 58-90 355 11.5 2003-04 33 132-285 .463 49-62 314 9.5 Four-year starter who owns school record for most games played TOTAL 127 513-997 .515 203-301 1,231 9.7 (127)...started all but five games during career...only player in UH history to record 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 100 steals. Note: 2-5 (.400) in 3-pt FGs

Julian Sensley Forward Kailua, O‘ahu

Three-year starter...only player in UH history to rank in Top 10 in points, rebounds and assists...fourth player with 1,000 points and 500 rebounds...started 86 of 89 career games...allWAC first team and NABC District 13 second team in 2006.

Matt Gibson Guard Oklahoma City, OK

Three-year starter...ranks in the school’s career top 10 in eight different categories, including scoring, three-pointers made, assists and steals...all-WAC newcomer team as a sophomore and all-WAC second team and defensive team as a senior.

Tom Henderson Guard New York, NY

Member of the 1972 U.S. Olympic Team…1972-73 All-America selection by NBA coaches…named honorable mention All-America by The Sporting News and Basketball Weekly in 1972-73…career leader in scoring average, steals (160) and 30-point games (5).

Anthony Carter Guard Atlanta, GA

Career leader in assist average (6.9 apg)…named to all-WAC teams for two consecutive seasons…was honorable mention AllAmerica in both seasons…1996-97 WAC Pacific Division Player of the Year.

Bobby Nash Guard/Forward Honolulu, O‘ahu

Spent five seasons in the program...ranks sixth all-time in threepointers made and fifth in three-pointers attempted...as a senior, set single-season record for free-throw accuracy (.879).

Reggie Cross Forward Fort Lauderdale, FL

Among UH career leaders in scoring and rebounding (492)… scored career-high 30 points on Jan. 5, 1989, vs. Air Force… allWAC first team in 1989...selected by the Philadelphia 76ers in the second round of the 1989 NBA draft.

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YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP 2003-04 33 148-307 .482 81-112 406 2004-05 29 135-308 .438 56-92 349 2005-06 27 174-390 .446 77-117 475 TOTAL 89 457-1005 .455 214-321 1,230 Note: 102-329 (.310) in 3-pt FGs

AVG 12.3 12.0 17.6 13.8

YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP 2004-05 29 128-289 .443 74-89 376 2005-06 2 2-8 .250 4-6 9 2006-07 31 107-241 .444 59-77 317 2007-08 25 137-294 .466 112-140 424 TOTAL 87 374-832 .450 249-312 1,126 Note: 129-387 (.333) in 3-pt FGs

AVG 13.0 4.5 10.2 17.0 12.9

YEAR G FG-FGA 1972-73 26 205-445 1973-74 28 216-444 TOTAL 54 421-889

PCT FT-FTA TP .461 105-129 515 .486 135-167 567 .473 240-296 1,082

AVG 19.8 20.3 20.0

YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP 1996-97 29 211-426 .495 89-138 543 1997-98 29 191-422 .453 111-142 527 TOTAL 58 402-848 .474 200-280 1,070 Note: 66-200 (.330) in 3-pt FGs

AVG 18.7 18.2 18.4

YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA TP 2003-04 23 17-35 .486 1-2 42 2004-05 29 70-173 .405 14-22 181 2005-06 6 14-43 .326 4-9 40 2006-07 31 130-297 .438 47-62 348 2007-08 31 136-359 .379 80-91 411 TOTAL 119 367-907 .405 146-186 1,022 Note: 142-405 (.351) in 3-pt FGs

AVG 1.8 6.2 6.7 11.2 13.7 8.6

YEAR G FG-FGA 1987-88 29 159-333 1988-89 30 207-391 TOTAL 59 366-724

PCT FT-FTA TP .477 135-185 454 .529 145-189 559 .505 280-374 1,013

AVG 15.7 18.6 17.1

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CoaCHinG HisTorY WALLACE

ROCHA

334 wins

LITTLE

112 wins

103 wins

SAAKE 92 wins

Head Coaching Charts Highest Winning Percentage* Art Gallon .692 Eugene “Luke” Gill .652 Bruce O’Neil .568 Riley Wallace .558 *(minimum 50 games)

Most Seasons Riley Wallace Eugene “Luke” Gill Red Rocha Larry Little Al Saake

20 11 10 9 9

NCAA Tournament Appearances Riley Wallace 3 Red Rocha 1

ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES, CHRONOLOGICAL No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Coach David Crawford Edward Williford Otto “Proc” Klum Charlie Jones Leslie Harrison Claude Swann Eugene “Luke” Gill Bert Chan Wa Art Gallon Al Saake Ah Chew Goo Red Rocha Bruce O’Neil Rick Pitino Larry Little Frank Arnold Riley Wallace Bob Nash Gib Arnold 19 Coaches

OVERALL Years W L 1918-19 (1) 2 5 1919-20 (1) 2 5 1921-23 (2) 13 8 1923-26 (3) 12 11 1926-29 (3) 12 10 1929-30 (1) 3 4 1930-41 (11) 88 47 1941-42; 46-47 (2) 12 13 1947-51 (4) 83 37 1951-54;57-63 (9) 92 124 1954-57 (3) 31 46 1963-73 (10) 112 136 1973-76 (2+)^ 42 32 1975-76 (0+)^ 2 4 1976-85 (9) 103 143 1985-87 (2) 11 45 1987-2007 (20) 334 265 2007-10 (3) 34 56 2010-11 (1) 19 13 88 seasons* 1,007 1,004

Pct .286 .286 .619 .522 .545 .429 .652 .480 .692 .426 .403 .452 .568 .333 .419 .196 .558 .378 .594 .501

COLLEGIATE W L Pct – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 0 4 .000 0 8 .000 4 23 .148 38 93 .290 5 27 .156 93 122 .433 42 32 .568 2 4 .333 103 143 .419 11 45 .196 334 265 .558 34 56 .378 19 13 .594 685 835 .451

WAC W L – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 40 54 3 29 166 164 15 33 8 8 232 288

Pct – – – – – – – – – – – – – – .426 .094 .502 .313 .500 .446

Pct .558 .452 .419 .426 .652 .692 .568 .378 .403 .594 .619 .545 .522 .480 .196 .429 .333 .286 .286 .501

COLLEGIATE W L Pct 334 265 .558 93 122 .433 103 143 .419 38 93 .290 0 4 .000 4 23 .148 42 32 .568 34 56 .378 5 27 .156 19 13 .594 – – – – – – – – – 0 8 .000 11 45 .196 – – – 2 4 .333 – – – – – – 685 835 .451

WAC W L 166 164 – – 40 54 – – – – – – – – 15 33 – – 8 8 – – – – – – – – 3 29 – – – – – – – – 232 288

Pct .502 – .426 – – – – .313 – .500 – – – – .094 – – – – .446

ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES, OVERALL WINS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Coach Riley Wallace Red Rocha Larry Little Al Saake Eugene “Luke” Gill Art Gallon Bruce O’Neil Bob Nash Ah Chew Goo Gib Arnold Otto “Proc” Klum Leslie Harrison Charlie Jones Bert Chan Wa 15. Frank Arnold 16. Claude Swann 17. Rick Pitino^ David Crawford Edward Williford 19 Coaches

Years 1987-2007 (20) 1963-73 (10) 1976-85 (9) 1951-54;57-63 (9) 1930-41 (11) 1947-51 (4) 1973-76 (2+) 2007-10 (3) 1954-57 (3) 2010-11 (1) 1921-23 (2) 1926-29 (3) 1923-26 (3) 1941-42; 46-47 (2) 1985-87 (2) 1929-30 (1) 1975-76 (0+) 1918-19 (1) 1919-20 (1) 88 seasons*

OVERALL W L 334 265 112 136 103 143 92 124 88 47 83 37 42 32 34 56 31 46 19 13 13 8 12 10 12 11 12 13 11 45 3 4 2 4 2 5 2 5 1,007 1,004

^ - O’Neil coached 21 games and Pitino coached 6 games in 1975-76

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NIT Appearances Riley Wallace Red Rocha Bruce O’Neil

6 1 1

20-Win Seasons Riley Wallace Art Gallon Red Rocha

5 3 2

Most Victories in Season Riley Wallace 27 (2001-02) 25 (1989-90) Red Rocha 24 (1971-72) Art Gallon 24 (1947-48) WAC Coach Of The Year Riley Wallace 1988-89 Riley Wallace 1996-97 Riley Wallace 2001-02

All-Time Assistant Coaches Brandyn Akana Jerry Bruhn Bob Burke Dave Deets Jamie Dixon^ Larry Farmer Michael Frink Eran Ganot Pete Gillen^ Rich Glas Jim Halm Kris Jason Jeff Law Glen Marx Al Mendez Bob Nash^ Bruce O’Neil^ Rick Pitino^ Mark Poth Scott Rigot Walter Roese Leon Shaw Alika Smith Cal Smith David Spencer Tony Stillson Benjy Taylor Roy Walker Riley Wallace^ Tony Webster Jackson Wheeler

2010-11 1965-66 2002-05 1976-81 1992-94 2007-10 1976-78 2007-10 1975-76 1985-87 1974-75 1989-91 1989-92, ’94-99 1987-88 1975-76 1984-2007 1969-73 1975-76 1985-87 1999-2002 2010-11 1976-77 2005-07 1977-85 1987-91 1968-69 2010-11 1967-68 1978-84 1984-85 1990-2010

^ eventual Division I head coach

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all-time roster A Adams, Brandon_ ______________ 2009, 10 Adams, Tom_ ____________________ 1966 Addington, Phil___________________ 1991 Agard, Ed__________________ 1969, 70, 71 Akana, Jarinn__________________ 1993, 94 Akpan, Nkeruwem______________ 2002, 03 Alama-Francis, Ikaika_______________ 2003 Albrechtson, Beau_ _____________ 2009, 10 Aldridge, Rod_______________ 1973, 74, 75 Alexander, Marquette____________ 1999, 00 Ambrozich, Eric________________ 1997, 98 Amis, Bill___________________ 2008,09,11 Among, Mikeaa___________________ 1988 Andrus, Alan_ ____________________ 1987 Armstrong, Richard________________ 1969 Arthur, Ray_ __________________ 1984, 85 Ash, Terry_ ________________ 1967, 68, 69 Austin, Bill_______________________ 1973 Austin, Brian_____________________ 1977

Fryson, Ron______________________ 1975 Furlong, Danny________________ 1996, 97 Furukawa, Fred_ _______________ 1953, 55

B Baird, Tom_ _____________________ 1969 Baker, Jimmie_ ___________________ 1975 Balocka, Petras____________________ 2009 Barker, Tommy________________ 1975, 76 Barnes, Bo_______________________ 2011 Batts, Boyd______________________ 1974 Beard, Brian______________________ 1995 Beaubrun, Cliff_ _______________ 1989, 90 Beckerle, Tom_________________ 1978, 81 Benford, Mark____________________ 1991 Benjamin, Lonnie_ ________________ 1994 Bensley, Charles___________________ 1968 Benson, Mark_ ___________________ 1970 Bento, Arlen___________________ 1989, 90 Birtles, Allan_ _________________ 1960, 61 Blackett, Jeff___________________ 2004, 05 Blackshire, Mike_ ______________ 1972, 73 Bolds, Billy____________________ 1988, 89 Bonner, Walter_ _______________ 1994, 95 Borup, Steve___________________ 1975, 77 Botez, Chris___________________ 2005, 06 Bowe, Troy_ _______________ 1989, 90, 91 Bowman, Eric_ ________________ 1979, 80 Bowman, Keith_ __________________ 1974 Bradshaw, Tyrone_ _____________ 1972, 73 Brumfield, Dominick_______________ 2011 Burneika, Mindaugas____________ 2001, 02 Burnie, Paul______________________ 1975

H Haake, Alvin_ _________________ 1948, 49 Hackett, Mark_________________ 1978, 79 Hale, Dan_ ________________ 1982, 83, 84 Hall, Rahula_________________ 1998, 2000 Hallums, David________________ 1988, 89 Halm, James_ _________________ 1967, 68 Hamanek, Charles______________ 1948, 49 Hancock, Bobby_ ______________ 1982, 83 Handy, Phil___________________ 1994, 95 Harmon, Harvey____________ 1966, 67, 68 Harris, Anthony________________ 1995, 96 Harris, Rogue__________________ 1983, 84 Harrison, Dennis__________________ 1996 Henderson, Tom_______________ 1973, 74 Hicks, Greg___________________ 1983, 84 Hilton, David_ ___________________ 2001 Hines, Aaron_____________________ 1979 Hoffman, Paul____________________ 1969 Holcomb, Bill_ ________________ 1987, 88 Holiday, Dwight_ ______________ 1971, 72 Holliday, Ryne___________ 2000, 01, 02, 03 Hollingsworth, Henry___________ 1975, 76 Holmes, Gerry_________________ 1992, 93 Hook, Chad______________________ 1998 Hopkins, David________________ 1981, 82 Housel, Jim________________ 1966, 67, 68 Houston, Terry_ _______________ 1989, 90 Huber, Todd__________________ 1971, 72 Hudson, Joe________________ 1989, 90, 91 Huff, Robert_ ___________ 1961, 62, 63, 64 Hughes, Garland_________ 1981, 82, 83, 84 Hutcherson, Mike_________________ 1984

C Caine, Seth______________________ 2005 Caldwell, Burt_________________ 1968, 69 Campbell, Mark________________ 2002, 03 Campbell, Paul_ ____________ 2008, 09, 10 Carpenter, Fred___________________ 1970 Carter, Anthony________________ 1997, 98 Carter, Jason_ _________________ 2003, 04 Carter, Reggie_ ___________________ 1976 Cartwright, Casey_ _____________ 1998, 99 Chai, Dennis_____________________ 1961 Ching, Norman__________ 1958, 59, 60, 61 Clay, Otis________________________ 1991 Cockett, Tim_____________________ 1975 Coleman, Jordan__________________ 2011 Colston, William_________ 1982, 83, 84, 85 Connors, Larry______________ 1982, 83, 84 Cowan, Joe_ _____________________ 1985 Cross, Reggie__________________ 1988, 89 Crowe, Wayne_________________ 1976, 78 Curry, Aaron_____________________ 1997 Czernin, Philipp___________________ 1999 D Davis, Al_ ____________________ 1971, 72 Davis, Daryl______________________ 1974 DeSilva, Tim__________________ 1970, 71 Dickerson, Clarence_____________ 1981, 82 Dillinger, Jared_________________ 2007, 08 Domonkos, Rick_______________ 1986, 87 Dunnam, Howard_________________ 1970 E-F English, Carl_ ______________ 2001, 02, 03 Enos, Rykin______________________ 2010 Eubank, Kirk__________________ 1980, 81 Fields, Todd___________________ 2000, 01 Fitzgerald, Conrad_________________ 2009 Flemings, Roderick_ ____________ 2009, 10 Follmer, Todd____________________ 2007 Frazier, Joe____________________ 1979, 80 Freeman, Jerome_ ______________ 1971, 72

G Gabriel, John____________ 1986, 87, 88, 89 Gaines, Chris____________ 1987, 88, 89, 90 Gallon, Quinton_ _________________ 1997 Galloway, Erin_________________ 1998, 99 Gantt, Garland____________________ 2004 Gaule, Jim____________________ 1985, 86 Gibson, Matt_______________ 2005, 07, 08 Gibson, Vernon___________________ 1974 Gilless, Mike_ _________________ 1990, 91 Gillman, Gary____________________ 1999 Gipson, Matthew_______________ 2005, 06 Goodlow, Antoine___________ 1977, 78, 79, 81 Gray, Gary______________ 1973, 75, 76, 77 Groce, Kris_______________________ 2005 Gueye, Ahmet_ ________________ 2006, 07

J Jackson, Marquez__________________ 2007 Jardine, Richard___________________ 1986 Jesinskis, Paul__________________ 2002, 04 Jespersen, Adam___________________ 2009 Joaquim, Vander__________________ 2011 Johns, Steve______________________ 1971 Johnson, Kevin_ _______________ 1978, 79 Johnson, Sam_______________ 1982, 83, 84 Johnson, Zane____________________ 2011 Jones, Anthony_ _______________ 1985, 86 Jones, Larry_____________ 1978, 79, 80, 81 Jones, Rodney_ ________________ 1981, 82 K Kaliszewski, Arnold_ ____________ 1960, 61 Kanoa, Devin_____________________ 1988 Kelley, Robert_ ___________________ 1977 Kelly, Kenny_ ____________________ 2005 Kelly, Victor______________________ 1975 Kendall, Mike_ _____________ 1970, 71, 72 Klassovity, Paul_ ____________ 1966, 67, 68 Kleine-Brockhoff, Moritz _____________1987, 88 Knight, Dave_____________________ 1976 Koch, Billy____________________ 1986, 87 Kroeger, Micah_ ____________ 1996, 97, 98 Kuebler, Michael_______________ 2003, 04 Kurtz, Douglas__________________2010-11 L Lactaoen, Jim__________________ 1989, 90 Lay, Jeremy_ _____________________ 2010 Lee, Damon______________________ 1999 Lee, Harvey___________________ 1952, 55 Lee, Logan_______________________ 2004 Lee, Tyson_______________________ 1995 Lee, Willie____________________ 1952, 55

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Leisher, Robert_________________ 1954, 55 Lett, George______________________ 1976 Lillie, Lewis___________________ 1968, 69 Lojeski, Matt__________________ 2006, 07 Lombard, Gabe_ _______________ 2002, 03 Lott, Phil_______________ 1989, 90, 91, 92 Louden, Thomas_______________ 1979, 80 Loui, Edward____________ 1947, 48, 49, 50 Lowenthal, Todd__________________ 2007 Luettgerodt, Riley_ _____________ 2007, 08 Lutu, Leroy_ __________________ 2009, 10 M Malma, George_ _________ 1947, 48, 49, 50 Manker, Bob__________________ 1975, 76 Manliguis, Al__________________ 1954, 55 Maroney, Tony_ _______________ 1994, 95 Martin, Phil_____________ 2001, 02, 03, 04 Mayen, Adhar_ _____________ 2008, 09, 10 McBryde, Sir_____________________ 1992 McGee, Kalia____________ 1992, 93, 94, 95 McGee, Steve_____________________ 1973 McGuire, Andrew_ ________________ 1990 McIntosh, Bernard_________________ 2000 McIntyre, Mike________ 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Meyers, Luke__________________ 1997, 98 Miles, Bobby_____________________ 2011 Miller, Greg___________________ 1996, 97 Miller, Jack_ ____________ 1980, 81, 83, 84 Miller Jr., Jack,____________________ 2006 Miller, Jerel_ _______________ 1977, 78, 79 Miskimon, Rick___________________ 1984 Moeller, Bryan_________________ 1998, 99 Molle, Jr., John_ _______________ 1994, 95 Moore, John_____________________ 1977 Moore, Woodrow_ ________________ 1995 Morgan, Andre_ ____________ 1984, 85, 86 Mosier, Bill_ _______________ 1983, 84, 85 Murray, Craig_ ________________ 1987, 88 N-O Nash, Bob_ ___________________ 1971, 72 Nash, Bobby_ ___________ 2004, 05, 07, 08 Navalta, Wendell____________ 1989, 90, 91 Neal, Clint_______________________ 1978 Newell, Tom_______________ 1969, 70, 71 Newsome, Gary__________ 1977, 78, 79, 80 Nitoto, Kareem_ _______________ 2008, 09 O’Connor, Lane________________ 2000, 01 O’Neil, Bruce_______________ 1967, 68, 69 O’Neil, Dan______________________ 1977 Ostler, Troy___________________ 2000, 01 Ostrowski, Jeremiah________________ 2011 Owens, Wendell__________________ 1994 Owsley, P.J.___________________ 2007, 08 P Pacarro, Harry_________________ 1961, 62 Parghalava, Lasha__________________ 2009 Parker, Brian_ ____________________ 1995 Peciukas, Vaidotas___________ 2003, 04, 05 Penebacker, Dean_________________ 1998 Penebacker, John_________ 1970, 71, 72, 73 Perkins, Elroy_____________________ 1970 Philipp, Terrance_______________ 1992, 93 Pickart, Dan___________________ 2002, 03 Pineau, Brad_ ___________ 1979, 80, 81, 82 Portugue, Jerry_________________ 1955, 56 Puckett, Sam_____________________ 1975 Puida, Nerijus_ ________________ 2000, 01 R Radovic, Bosko_ __________________ 2001 Reed, Ray________________________ 1991 Reynolds, McKinley_____________ 1968, 69 Ribeiro, Fabio_ ________________ 1992, 93 Ricketts, Ahmad___________________ 1994 Riddle, John______________________ 1977 Ritte, Walter_ ______________ 1966, 67, 68 Ritter, George ______________ 1975, 76, 77 Robinson, Bob____________________ 1990 Robinson, Geremy____________ 1999, 2000 Robinson, Mike _ ___________ 1997, 98, 99 Robinson, Robbie _________________ 1998 Roscoe, Chris_____________________ 1988 Rosegreen, Courtney ____________ 1991, 92 Ruffin, Trevor _________________ 1993, 94 Ryan, Packy _ ______________ 1975, 76, 77

S Sallas, Dennis_____________________ 1971 Salter, Anthony_ __________________ 2011 Sanchez, Cliff____________ 1977, 78, 80, 81 Savovic, Predrag_____________ 2000, 01, 02 Sensley, Julian_ _____________ 2004, 05, 06 Sesler, Racky_ _________________ 1981, 82 Shepherd, Tim___________ 1990, 91, 92, 93 Shimonovich, Haim_________ 2001, 02, 03, 04 Silva, Kelii____________________ 1998, 99 Simon, Junious_ _______________ 1968, 69 Skillicorn, Mark_____________ 1971, 72, 73 Smalls, Vincent_ _______________ 1989, 90 Smith, Alika_____________ 1995, 96, 97, 98 Smith, Fred___________________ 1967, 68 Smith, Gavin_____________________ 1977 Smith, Robert_ ________________ 1979, 80 Smith, Sam_ _____________________ 1996 Soto, Larry_______________________ 1949 Sottos, Jake_ __________________ 2004, 05 Souza, Howell_ __________ 1959, 60, 61, 62 Spanogle, John______________ 1992, 93, 94 Speight, Crosetti_ ______________ 1983, 84 Stovall, Andre_ ________________ 1991, 92 Stovall, Tre_ _____________________ 2000 Strachan, William_ ________ 1961, 62, 63, 64 Strayhorn, Aaron_______________ 1980, 81 Sueing, Justice_________________ 1995, 96 Sundberg, Seth_________________ 1996, 97 T Takaki, Lance_____________2000, 01,02, 03 Tanimura, Roy___________ 1958, 59, 60, 61 Tatum, Deonte_ _______________ 2005, 06 Taylor, Kurt___________________ 1992, 93 Terrell, Ricky_____________________ 2001 Thomas, Joston___________________ 2011 Thompson, Chip__________________ 1991 Thompson, Hiram__________2005,08,09,11 Thomson, Rod___________ 1961, 62, 63, 64 Titchenal, Bob____________________ 1971 Torres, Ed_ ______________________ 1976 Trutanich, Dan_ _________ 1961, 62, 63, 64 Turner, Keith_____________________ 1986 V-W-X Vebobe, Luc-Arthur________________ 2002 Veit, Alex_____________________ 2007, 08 Verwers, Stephen_______________ 2007, 08 Vickery, Hollis_________________ 1978, 79 Vitatoe, Marv_____________________ 1973 Walker, Alex_ _________________ 1995, 96 Walker, Kenny_________________ 1985, 86 Walz, Chris_ _______________ 1991, 92, 93 Washington, Rodney _ __________ 1993, 94 Waters, Dominic_______________ 2006, 07 Weaver, James____________________ 1987 Webster, Tony_________________ 1981, 83 Wells, Tony___________________ 1978, 79 Werts, Melton___________ 1973, 74, 75, 76 White, Johnny_______________ 1999, 2000 Whitlock, Tes_ ________________ 1995, 96 Whittaker, Kalani__________________ 1989 Wienstroer, Jim___________________ 1972 Wilder, John_ ____________________ 2006 Williams, Charles__________________ 1972 Williams, Dwain_ _________________ 2010 Williams, Skip_________________ 1973, 74 Willis, Shane_ ____________________ 1995 Wilson, Artie_______________ 1972, 73, 74 Wilson, James_ ___________________ 1989 Winter, Marty_________________ 1992, 93 Wiseman, Trevor__________________ 2011 Woodard, Bert_________________ 1992, 93 Wright, Willie______________ 1981, 82, 83 Wrightsil, Jerald________________ 1986, 87 X-Y-Z Xiang, Ji______________________ 2009, 10 Yadao, Jason______________________ 1997 Yarbrough, Gene_________ 1960, 61, 62, 63 Yokomoto, Allen__________________ 1949 Young, William________________ 1948, 49 Zivanovic, Ales______________ 1995, 96, 97 Zivanovic, Milos_ ___________ 2002, 03, 04 Note: The list is incomplete. If anyone has any factual data information regarding names not listed, please contact the UH Sports Media Relations Office. The year listed is the end of the season (i.e., 1992 represents the 1991-92 season).

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Kareem Nitoto_____ 2008-09

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Brad Pineau_______1979-82 Larry Connors_____1982-84 James Wilson_________1989 Erin Galloway_____1998-99

1

Petras Balocka_ ____ 2009-10 Todd Lowenthal_______2007 Bobby Miles__________ 2011 Predrag Savovic_____2000-02

2

Matt Gibson_______2005, 07-08 Phil Martin________2001-04 Hiram Thompson___2006-09-11 Milos Zivanovic____2003-05

3

Aaron Curry__________ 1997 Chad Hook__________ 1998 Zane Johnson_________ 2011 Mike McIntyre_____ 1999-02 Jake Sottos________ 2004-05 Rodney Washington__1993-94 Kalani Whittaker______ 1989 Tes Whitlock______ 1995-96

4

Bill Amis_ ___________ 2011 Matt Gipson________2005-06 Gabe Lombard______2002-03 Bernard McIntosh_____ 2000 Wendall Navalta_ __ 1989-91 Basko Radovic________ 2001 Michael Robinson__ 1997-99 Sam Smith___________ 1996

5

Lonnie Benjamin______ 1994 Quentin Gallon_______ 1997 David Hilton_________ 2001 Damon Lee_ _________ 1999 Lasha Parghalava______ 2009 Bob Robinson_________1990 Tre Stovall___________ 2000 Joston Thomas________ 2011 Dwain Williams_______ 2000

10

Conrad Fitzgerald_ ____ 2009 Gary Gray_ _______ 1973-77 Mark Hackett_____ 1978-79 David Hallums_____ 1988-89 Kenny Kelly__________ 2005 Woodrow Moore______ 1995 Fabio Ribeiro______ 1992-93 Aaron Strayhorn____ 1980-81 Lance Takaki______ 2000-03 Keith Turner_________ 1986 John Wilder__________ 2006

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Ikaika Alama-Francis___ 2003 Troy Bowe________ 1989-91 Kris Groce___________ 2005 Steve John___________ 1971 Andre Morgan_____ 1984-86 Craig Murray______ 1987-88 Gary Newsome_ ___ 1977-80 Jeremiah Ostrowski_ ___ 2011 94

Anthony Salter________ 2011 Marv Vitatoe_________ 1973 Dominic Waters____ 2006-07 Johnny White_ ____ 1999-00 Bert Woodard______1992-93 Willie Wright_______1981-83

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Jarinn Akana_ _____ 1993-94 Reggie Carter_________ 1976 Otis Clay____________ 1991 Tim Cockett_ ________ 1975 William Colston___ 1982-85 Rykin Enos__________ 2010 Chris Gaines_ _____ 1987-90 Dennis Harrison_ _____ 1996 Dwight Holiday____ 1971-72 Marquez Jackson______ 2007 Cliff Sanchez______ 1977-81 Ricky Terrell_ ________ 2001 Kenny Walker_____ 1985-86 Ji Xiang_____________ 2009 Milos Zivanovic__2003-2005

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Billy Bolds________ Jason Carter_______ Gary Gray_ _______ Rogue Harris______ Rodney Jones______ Mike Kendall______ Micah Kroeger_____ Jerel Miller________ Trevor Ruffin______ Marty Winter______

1988-89 2003-04 1973-77 1983-84 1981-82 1970-72 1996-98 1977-79 1993-94 1992-93

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Wayne Crowe_ ____ 1976-78 Jerome Freeman____ 1971-72 John Gabriel_ _____ 1986-89 Tom Henderson___ 1973-74 Victor Kelly__________ 1975 Racky Sesler_______ 1981-82 Haim Shimonovich_ 2001-04 Crosetti Speight____ 1983-84

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Beau Albrechtson___ 2009-10 Mark Campbell____ 2002-03 Vander Joaquim_______ 2011 Larry Jones________ 1978-81 Robert Kelley_________ 1977 George Lett_ _________ 1976 Sam Puckett__________ 1975 Mark Skillicorn_ ___ 1971-73

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Jared Dillinger_____ 2007-08 Joe Frazier_ _______ 1979-80 Mike Gilless_______ 1990-91 Greg Hicks________ 1983-84 David Hopkins_ ___ 1981-82 Jeremy Lay___________ 2010 Logan Lee_ __________ 2004 Leroy Lutu___________ 2009 Alika Smith_ ______ 1995-98 Kurt Taylor_______ 1992-93 Trevor Wiseman_______ 2011

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Dominick Brumfield_ ___ 2011 Mindaugas Burneika__2001-02 Seth Caine___________ 2005 Paul Campbell_____ 2008-10

Casey Cartwright___ 1998-99 Garland Gantt________ 2004 Matt Lojeski_______ 2006-07 Rick Miskimon_ ______ 1984 John Penebacker_ __ 1970-73 Courtney Rosegreen_ 1991-92 Alex Walker_______ 1995-96

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Rod Aldridge______ 1973-75 Al Davis__________ 1971-72 Clarence Dickerson_1981-82 Aaron Hines__________ 1979 Joe Hudson_______ 1989-91 Mike Hutcherson______ 1984 Riley Luettgerodt___ 2007-08 Leroy Lutu___________ 2010 Kalia McGee_ _____ 1992-95 Clint Neal_ __________ 1978 Vaidotas Peciukas___ 2003-05 Nerijus Puida______ 2000-01 Packy Ryan_ ______ 1975-77 Ales Zivanovic_____ 1996-98

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Anthony Carter____ 1997-98 Jordan Coleman_______ 2011 Reggie Cross_ _____ 1988-89 Philipp Czernin_______ 1999 Tim De Silva______ 1970-71 Carl English_______ 2001-03 Roderick Flemings__ 2009-10 Jim Gaule_________ 1985-86 Henry Hollingsworth_1975-76 Billy Koch_ _______ 1986-87 Jack Miller Jr._________ 2006 John Moore__________ 1977 Ray Reed____________ 1991 John Spanogle_ ____ 1992-94 Shane Willis__________ 1995 Artie Wilson_______ 1972-74 Willie Wright______ 1981-83

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Mike Among_________ 1988 Bo Barnes____________ 2011 Tyrone Bradshaw___ 1972-73 Ron Fryson_ _________ 1975 Michael Kuebler____ 2003-04 Adhar Mayen______ 2008-10 Sir McBryde__________ 1992 Tom Newell_______ 1969-71 Troy Ostler_ ______ 2000-01 Cliff Sanchez______ 1977-81 Kelii Silva_________ 1998-99 Hiram Thompson__2006, 08-10 Ed Torres____________ 1976 Hollis Vickery_ ____ 1978-79 Tony Webster_ ____ 1981-83 Jerald Wrightsil____ 1986-87

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Mike Blackshire____ 1972-73 Rahula Hall_______ 1998-00 Ryne Holliday_____ 2000-03 Terry Houston_____ 1989-90 Greg Miller_ ______ 1996-97 Wendall Owens_______ 1994 Dennis Sallas_________ 1971 Deonte Tatum_____ 2005-06 Ji Xiang_ ____________ 2010

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Arlen Bento_______ 1989-90

Devin Kanoa_________ 1988 P.J. Owsley_ ______ 2007-08 Geremy Robinson_ _ 1999-00 Andre Stovall_________ 2000 Jamie Weaver_________ 1987

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Bill Austin___________ 1977 Boyd Batts___________ 1974 William Colston___ 1982-85 Dan Hale_________ 1982-84 Anthony Harris_ ___ 1995-96 Todd Huber_______ 1971-72 Rich Jardine__________ 1986 Moritz Kleine-Brockhoff_1987-88 Kenny Walker_____ 1985-86

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Brandon Adams____ 2009-10 Jimmie Baker_________ 1975 Walter Bonner_____ 1994-95 Kirk Eubank_ _____ 1980-81 Gary Gillman_________ 1999 Antoine Goodlow_ _ 1977-81 Sam Johnson______ 1982-84 Dave Knight_________ 1976 Phil Lott__________ 1989-92 Dan Pickart_______ 2002-03 Robbie Robinson______ 1998 Bob Titchenal_ _______ 1971 Skip Williams______ 1973-74

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Alan Andrus__________ 1987 Danny Furlong_ ___ 1996-97 Mike Gilless_______ 1990-91 Garland Hughes____ 1981-84 Adam Jespersen_ ______ 2009 Jim Lactaoen_ _____ 1989-90 John Molle Jr._ ____ 1994-95 Bob Nash_________ 1971-72 Bobby Nash_ 2004-05, 07-08 Lane Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor____ 2000-01 Dean Penebacker______ 1998 Terrance Philipp_ __ 1992-93 Gavin Smith__________ 1977 Robert Smith______ 1979-80 Mel Werts_ _______ 1973-76

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Erik Ambrozich____ 1997-98 Brian Austin__________ 1977 Tommy Barker_____ 1975-76 Jeff Blackett_______ 2004-05 Todd Fields_______ 2000-01 Antoine Goodlow_ _ 1977-81 Phil Handy_ ______ 1994-95 Gerry Holmes_ ____ 1992-93 Douglas Kurtz_ ____ 2010-11 Thomas Louden____ 1979-80 Jack Miller__ 1980-81, 83-84 Vincent Smalls_____ 1989-90 Chip Thompson_ _____ 1991 Jim Wienstroer________ 1972

Joe Cowan___________ 1985 David Hopkins_ ___ 1981-82 Paul Jesinskis______ 2002-04

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Bill Amis_ ________ 2008-09 Todd Follmer_________ 2007 Andrew McGuire______ 1990 Julian Sensley______ 2004-06 Justice Sueing______ 1995-96

42

Ray Arthur________ Tom Beckerle______ Bob Manker_______ Tim Shepherd_ ____

1984-85 1978-81 1975-76 1990-93

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Paul Burnie_ _________ 1975 Rick Domonkos____ 1986-87 Luc-Arthur Vebobe_ ___ 2002

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Marquette Alexander__1999-00 Brian Beard_ _________ 1995 Steve Borup_______ 1975-77 Keith Bowman________ 1974 John Gabriel_ _____ 1986-89 Bobby Hancock____ 1982-83 Anthony Jones_____ 1985-86 Rahula Hall_______ 1998-00 Bobby Hancock____ 1982-83 Kevin Johnson_____ 1978-79 Jack Miller________ 1980-84 Aahmad Ricketts_ _____ 1994 Chris Walz________ 1991-93 Jason Yadao__________ 1997

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Daryl Davis__________ 1974 Ahmet Gueye______ 2006-07 George Ritter______ 1975-77 Tony Wells_ ______ 1978-79

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Chris Botez_ ______ Ric Domonkos_____ Ryne Holliday_____ Tony Maroney_____ Bill Mosier________ Seth Sundberg_____ Alex Veit_ ________

2005-06 1986-87 2000-03 1994-95 1983-85 1996-97 2007-08

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John Gabriel_ _____ 1986-89 Billy Holcomb_____ 1987-88

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Phil Addington_ ______ 1991

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Brian Parker__________ 1995

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Nkeruwem Akpan__ 2002-03 Mark Benford_ _______ 1991 Bryan Moeller_ ____ 1998-99 Brad Pineau_______ 1979-82

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Steve McGee_ ________ 1973 Stephen Verwers_ __ 2007-08 Charlie Williams_ _____ 1972 Cliff Beaubrun_____ 1989-90 Eric Bowman______ 1979-80 Larry Connors_____ 1981-84

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all-time geographical roster United States (34 states) Alabama (1) Mobile: John Wilder Arizona (5) Phoenix: Zane Johnson, Justice Sueing Safford: Bobby Hancock Scottsdale: Bo Barnes Sierra Vista: Ray Arthur California (51) Anaheim: Tes Whitlock Arcadia: Mike Kendall Berkeley: Kareem Nitoto Carson: Dominick Brumfield Compton: Cliff Sanchez, Andre Stovall Costa Mesa: Skip Williams Coto de Caza: Todd Follmer Cypress: Tom Beckerle Fountain Valley: Bob Manker Hayward: Phil Handy Huntington Beach: Michael Kroeger Irvine: Eric Ambrozich, John Molle Jr. Long Beach: Mike McIntyre, Chris Roscoe Los Angeles: Mike Blackshire, Wayne Crowe, Joe Hudson, Kevin Johnson, Bobby Miles, John Moore, Ricky Terrell Los Osos: Danny Furlong Manhattan Beach: Shan Willis Menlo Park: Damon Lee Morro Bay: Gary Gillman North Hollywood: Jordan Coleman Novato: Dan Pickart Oakland: Aaron Curry, Marv Vitatoe Pacific Palisades: Philipp Czernin Pacoima: Paul Burnie Palos Verdes: Tim Cockett Sacramento: Larry Connors, Hiram Thompson San Anselmo: Steve McGee San Carlos: Seth Sundberg San Diego: Todd Lowenthal, Tom Newell, Dwain Williams San Francisco: Marquette Alexander, Wendell Owens, Crosetti Speight San Jose: Mark Skillicorn, Bob Tichenal Santa Clarita: Trevor Wiseman Santa Maria: Mike Gilless Santa Rosa: Dwight Holiday Sherman Oaks: Gavin Smith Woodland Hills: Conrad Fitzgerald

Georgia (4) Atlanta: Anthony Carter Marietta: Erin Galloway Rome: Rod Aldridge Snellville: Marquez Jackson Hawai‘i (29) ‘Aiea: Rykin Enos, Mike Hutcherson, Jeremiah Ostrowski Hilo: Arlen Bento, Rahula Hall Honolulu: Beau Albrechtson, Dan Hale, Dennis Harrison, Sam Johnson, Dave Knight, Jim Lactaoen, Bobby Nash, Kalia McGee, Kaunaoa McGee, Jack Miller Jr., Wendell Navalta, Brad Pineau, Kelii Silva, Lance Takaki, Kalani Whittaker Kailua: Greg Miller, Dean Penebacker, Julian Sensley, Alika Smith Kailua-Kona: Jason Yadao Kaneohe: Ikaika Alama-Francis, Mike Among Kaunakakai: Jarinn Akana Waianae: David Hallums Illinois (13) Belleville: Ryne Holliday Chicago: Mark Benford, Eric Bowman, Otis Clay, Al Davis, Jerome Freeman, Sam Puckett Collinsville: Bill Mosier La Salle: Hollis Vickery Maywood: Lonnie Benjamin Monmouth: Jake Sottos Phoenix: Boyd Batts Salem: Jim Gaule Indiana (6) Anderson: Andre Morgan Carmel: Alex Walker E. Chicago: Anthony Jones Gary: Jason Carter Indianapolis: John Spanogle Osceola: Jerel Miller Iowa (2) Cedar Rapids: Chad Hook Waterloo: Chris Gaines Kansas (2) Atchison: Robert Smith Wichita: Charles Williams

Colorado (8) Aurora: James Wilson Denver: Antoine Goodlow, Kenny Kelly Lakewood: Mark Hackett Littleton: Jared Dillinger, John Gabriel Wheat Ridge: Brian Austin, Clint Neal

Kentucky (1) Murray: Tony Wells

Connecticut (7) Bridgeport: Bill Austin Danbury: Anthony Harris Hartford: Bob Nash, Terrance Phillip New Britain: Sam Smith Stamford: Rick Domonkos Waterbury: Phil Lott

Maryland (2) Hagerstown: Brian Beard Severn: Brian Parker

Florida (11) Ft. Lauderdale: Reggie Cross, Courtney Rosegreen Jacksonville: Greg Hicks, Rodney Jones Kissimmee: Bert Woodard Miami: Cliff Beaubrun, Terry Houston, Kenny Walker Opa-Locka: Aaron Hines Orlando: Johnny White Tallahassee: Anthony Salter G

Louisiana (2) Baton Rouge: Geremy Robinson Metairie: Quentin Gallon

Massachusetts (1) Boston: Daryl Davis Michigan (2) Clawson: Woodrow Moore Detroit: David Hopkins Mississippi (1) Tupelo: Ray Reed Missouri (2) Chesterfield: Jim Wienstroer St. Joseph: Packy Ryan Montana (1) Bozeman: P.J. Owsley

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Nevada (1) Las Vegas: Keith Turner New Jersey (2) Atlantic City: Chip Thompson Jersey City: Ahmad Ricketts New Mexico (1) Ruidoso: Kirk Eubank New York (22) Bridgehampston: Troy Bowe Bronx: Tom Henderson, Ed Torres Buffalo: Garland Hughes, Trevor Ruffin Deer Park: Gary Newsome Freeport: Henry Hollingsworth Lockport: Tony Maroney Massaoequa: George Ritter New York: Keith Bowman, Reggie Carter, Joe Frazier, Ron Fryson, David Hilton, Victor Kelly, George Lett, Thomas Louden, Aaron Strayhorn Queens: Kurt Taylor Rochester: Billy Koch, Racky Sesler, Tony Webster North Carolina (2) Greensboro: Sir McBryde Lexington: Bernard McIntosh Ohio (5) Cincinnati: Jack Miller, John Penebacker Cleveland: Walter Bonner Dayton: William Colston Oberlin: Tim Shepherd

Mt. Vernon: Mark Campbell Pasco: Kris Groce Puyallup: Todd Huber Seattle: Brandon Adams, Seth Caine, Craig Murray Vancouver: Lane O’Connor Washington DC (3) Tyrone Bradshaw, Garland Gantt, Joston Thomas Wisconsin (2) Milwaukee: Deonte Tatum Racine: Matt Lojeski Virginia (3) Danville: Clarence Dickerson Hampton: Larry Jones Virginia Beach: Bill Holcomb

Foreign Countries (17) Angola (1) Luanda: Vander Joaquim Brazil (2) Pelotas: Douglas Kurtz Rio de Janeiro: Fabio Ribeiro Canada (4) Toronto: Paul Campbell, Phil Martin New London: Adam Jespersen Patrick’s Cove, Newfoundland: Carl English China (1) Zhengzhou: Ji Xiang

Oklahoma (4) Midwest City: Casey Cartwright Oklahoma City: Bill Amis, Matt Gibson, Jeremy Lay

France (1) Antibes: Luc-Arthur Vebobe

Oregon (7) Gladstone: Riley Luettgerodt Portland: Chris Botez, Gary Gray, Dominic Waters, Artie Wilson Salem: Michael Kuebler, Alex Veit

Germany (1) Essen: Moritz Kleine-Brockhoff

Pennsylvania (7) Pittsburgh: Robert Kelley Philadelphia: Jimmie Baker, Billy Bolds, Bob Robinson, Mike Robinson, Vincent Smalls, Melton Werts Texas (14) Big Spring: Jerald Wrightsil Burkburnett: Matthew Gipson Dallas: Roderick Flemings Fort Worth: Bryan Moeller Harlingen: Tommy Barker Houston: Gerry Holmes Irving: Phil Addington Lancaster: Rick Miskimon Mesquite: Todd Fields, Rodney Washington Nederlands: James Weaver Pfluegerville: Adhar Mayen San Antonio: Logan Lee Weatherford: Stephen Verwers

Georgia (1) Tbilisi: Lasha Parghalava

Guam (1) Pago Bay: Gabe Lombard Israel (1) Rishon LeZion: Haim Shimonovich Lithuania (4) Joniskis: Vaidotas Peciukas Kaunas: Mindaugas Burneika Sakiu Raj: Nerijus Puida Vilnius: Petras Balocka Montenegro (1) Herceg Novi: Predrag Savovic New Zealand (1) Mission Bay, Auckland: Marty Winter Nigeria (1) Akwa-Ibom: Nkeruwem Akpan Senegal (1) Dakar: Ahmet Gueye

Utah (7) Ogden: Jeff Blackett Provo: Allan Andrus Salt Lake City: Steve Borup, Rogue Harris, Willie Wright St. George: Richard Jardine West Valley City: Troy Ostler

Serbia (2) Belgrade: Bosko Radovic, Milos Zivanovic

Washington (10) Bellevue: Joe Cowan, Chris Walz Mercer Island: Leroy Lutu

Note: This list includes players who lettered from the 1970-71 season.

Slovenia (1) Maribor: Ales Zivanovic South Africa (1) Assagay: Paul Jesinskis

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National & Regional Honors All-Coast

All-Americans Bob Nash 1971-72

All-District

1970-71 Bob Nash, Jerome Freeman, H.M., UPI 1971-72 Bob Nash, Jerome Freeman, H.M., UPI 1972-73 Tom Henderson, 2nd Team, UPI 1973-74 Tom Henderson, 2nd Team, UPI 1979-80 Aaron Strayhorn, H.M., UPI 1981-82 Clarence Dickerson, H.M., UPI

Third Team, Basketball News Honorable Mention, UPI Honorable Mention, AP Honorable Mention, Universal Sports

Tom Henderson

1972-73 Honorable Mention, NBA Coaches Honorable Mention, Sporting News Honorable Mention, Basketball Weekly 1973-74 First Team, Sporting News First Team, NBA Coaches First Team, Street & Smithâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Basketball Yearbook First Team, Citizens Savings Athletic Foundation Second Team, Basketball Weekly Second Team, Universal Sports Third Team, AP Honorable Mention, UPI

1979-80 Aaron Strayhorn, 1st Team, District VII 1980-81 Aaron Strayhorn, 1st Team, District VII 1989-90 Chris Gaines, 1st Team, District 13 1995-96 Anthony Harris, 1st Team, NABC/SEARS, District 13 1996-97 Anthony Carter, 1st Team, NABC/SEARS District 13, 1st Team, USBWA District 9 2001-02 Predrag Savovic, 1st Team, NABC District 13, 1st Team USBWA District 9 2002-03 Carl English, 2nd Team, NABC District 13, 1st Team USBWA District 9 2003-04 Michael Kuebler, 2nd Team, NABC District 13, 1st Team USBWA District 9 2005-06 Julian Sensley, 2nd Team, NABC District 13 2008-09 Roderick Flemings, 2nd Team, NABC District 6

All-Aloha Classic

1969 Lewis Lillie 1970 Eddie Agard 1971 Tom Newell 1972 Al Davis, Jerome Freeman, Dwight Holiday, Bob Nash (MVP) 1973 John Penebacker, Tyrone Bradshaw 1974 Tom Henderson*, Artie Wilson 1975 Jimmie Baker, Victor Kelly 1976 Tommy Barker, Melton Werts 1977 Gavin Smith 1978 Tony Wells 1980 Thomas Louden 1981 Aaron Strayhorn 1982 Clarence Dickerson 1984 Greg Hicks, Jack Miller 1989 Reggie Cross*

Anthony Harris

1995-96 Honorable Mention, Basketball Weekly

Anthony Carter

1996-97 Honorable Mention, AP 1997-98 Honorable Mention, AP

Predrag Savovic

2001-02 Honorable Mention, AP

John Wooden Award Nominee

1997-98 Anthony Carter, Preseason Watch List 2002-03 Carl English, Preseason Watch List

CoSIDA Academic All-America

* - All-Tournament Team

Anthony Harris

Anthony Carter

Bob Nash

Predrag Savovic

Predrag Savovic

Special All-American

1970-71 Jerome Freeman, 2nd Team, UPI, Under-6-Feet All-American 1971-72 Jerome Freeman, 1st Team, UPI, Under-6-Feet All-American

All-West

1971-72 Bob Nash, 1st Team 1986-87 Chris Gaines, H.M., All-Far West

Freshman All-American

1986-87 Chris Gaines, 4th Team, Basketball Weekly

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2001-02 Predrag Savovic, 3rd Team 2002-03 Carl English, 3rd Team 2003-04 Michael Kuebler, 1st Team

CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII

2000-01 Nerijus Puida, Predrag Savovic 2001-02 Predrag Savovic 2002-03 Carl English 2003-04 Michael Kuebler

Coach of the Year

2001-02 Riley Wallace, WAC, NABC District 13

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Conference honors All-WAC

1979-80 Aaron Strayhorn, 2nd Tm Eric Bowman, H.M. Thomas Louden, H.M. 1980-81 Rodney Jones, H.M. Aaron Strayhorn, H.M. Tony Webster, H.M. 1981-82 Clarence Dickerson, 1st Tm Bobby Hancock, H.M. Rodney Jones, H.M. 1982-83 Tony Webster, 1st Tm Greg Hicks, H.M. William Colston, H.M. Bobby Hancock, H.M. 1983-84 Jack Miller, 2nd Tm Greg Hicks, H.M. Andre Morgan, H.M. 1984-85 Andre Morgan, H.M. Ray Arthur, H.M. 1986-87 Chris Gaines, H.M. 1987-88 Chris Gaines, H.M. Reggie Cross, H.M. 1988-89 Reggie Cross, 1st Tm Terry Houston, H.M. 1989-90 Chris Gaines, 1st Tm Terry Houston, 2nd Tm Vincent Smalls, All-Defensive 1st Tm 1990-91 Troy Bowe, 2nd Tm, All-Defensive 1st Tm Ray Reed, 2nd Tm, All-Newcomer 1st Tm 1991-92 Phil Lott, 1st Team Fabio Ribeiro, All-Newcomer 1st Tm 1992-93 Trevor Ruffin, All-Newcomer 1st Tm 1993-94 Trevor Ruffin, 1st Team Phil Handy, All-Newcomer Tm Tony Maroney, All-Newcomer Tm, All-Defensive Team 1994-95 Tony Maroney, 1st Tm 1995-96 Anthony Harris, 1st Tm 1996-97 Anthony Carter, 1st Tm, All-Newcomer, All-Defensive Tm Pacific Division Player of the Year Alika Smith, 2nd Tm, All-Defensive Tm 1997-98 Anthony Carter, 2nd Tm Alika Smith, 2nd Tm Erin Galloway, All-Newcomer, All-Defensive Tm 1999-00 Marquette Alexander, 2nd Tm Predrag Savovic, All-Newcomer Tm Troy Ostler, All-Newcomer Tm 2000-01 Predrag Savovic, 1st Tm Phil Martin, All-Newcomer Tm 2001-02 Predrag Savovic, 1st Tm Carl English, 2nd Tm 2002-03 Carl English, 1st Tm Michael Kuebler, All-Newcomer Tm Mark Campbell, All-Defensive Tm 2003-04 Michael Kuebler, 1st Tm 2004-05 Matt Gibson, All-Newcomer Tm 2005-06 Julian Sensley, 1st Tm Ahmet Gueye, All-Newcomer Tm, All-Defensive Tm Matt Lojeski, All-Newcomer Tm 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

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

Dominic Waters, Freshman of the Year Matt Lojeski, 2nd Tm Ahmet Gueye, All-Defensive Tm Matt Gibson, 2nd Tm Matt Gibson, All-Defensive Tm Roderick Flemings, 2nd Tm Kareem Nitoto, All-Defensive Tm Roderick Flemings, H.M. Bill Amis, 2nd Tm Zane Johnson, H.M., All-Newcomer Tm

WAC Player of the Year

1996-97 Anthony Carter (Pacific Division)

WAC Freshman of the Year 2005-06 Dominic Waters

WAC Coach of the Year

1988-89 Riley Wallace 1996-97 Riley Wallace (Pacific Division) 2001-02 Riley Wallace

WAC Players of the Week

1982-83 Tony Webster (Jan. 24) 1984-85 Ray Arthur (Feb. 11) 1987-88 Chris Gaines (Jan. 18), Reggie Cross (Feb. 29) 1988-89 Chris Gaines (Dec. 12) 1989-90 Terry Houston (Jan. 22) 1990-91 Troy Bowe (Feb. 4) 1991-92 Phil Lott (Feb. 3) 1993-94 Tony Maroney (Dec. 20), Trevor Ruffin (Jan. 3) 1994-95 Tes Whitlock (Nov. 28, Jan. 3) 1995-96 Anthony Harris (Dec. 27, Jan. 2, Feb. 19) 1996-97 Eric Ambrozich (Dec. 16), Anthony Carter (Jan. 6, Jan. 20), Alika Smith (Feb. 17) 1997-98 Alika Smith (Dec. 1), Anthony Carter (Dec. 22, Jan. 5, Mar. 1) 1999-00 Predrag Savovic (Jan. 3) 2000-01 Troy Ostler (Dec. 18) 2001-02 Predrag Savovic (Dec. 31, Feb. 4), Mike McIntyre (Jan. 28), Carl English (Mar. 3) 2002-03 Carl English (Jan. 13, Feb. 3, Feb. 24) 2003-04 Julian Sensley (Feb. 2) 2005-06 Matt Lojeski (Nov. 21) 2006-07 Matt Lojeski (Dec. 25, Mar. 4) Matt Gibson (Feb. 5) 2008-09 Roderick Flemings (Dec. 13) 2009-10 Roderick Flemings (Nov. 16, Feb. 22) 2010-11 Hiram Thompson (Nov. 15) Zane Johnson (Mar. 7)

Academic All-WAC 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1996-97 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Chris Walz Chris Walz Chris Walz Eric Ambrozich Eric Ambrozich Lane O’Connor Nerijus Puida Predrag Savovic Lane O’Connor Nerijus Puida Predrag Savovic Mark Campbell Paul Jesinskis Predrag Savovic Mark Campbell Carl English Michael Kuebler Michael Kuebler Paul Jesinskis Logan Lee Bobby Nash Bobby Nash Hiram Thompson Bobby Nash Stephen Verwers Bobby Nash Lasha Parghalava Ji Xiang Bo Barnes Hiram Thompson

WAC All-Tournament 1989 1990 1991 1994 1995 2000 2001 2002 2003

Reggie Cross Troy Bowe Ray Reed Trevor Ruffin (MVP) Tony Maroney Troy Ostler Predrag Savovic Carl English (MVP) Phil Martin Predrag Savovic (MVP) Carl English

Awards By The Number Player of the Year: 1 (A.C. Carter) Freshman of the Year: 1 (Dominic Waters) Coach of the Year: 3 (Riley Wallace) First-Team Selections: 14 (13 players) Second-Team Selections: 14 (13 players) Honorable Mention: 20 (15 players) All-Defensive Selections: 10 (9 players) All-Newcomer: 14

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Team Awards Art Woolaway Most Outstanding Player 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

Jerome Freeman, Bob Nash Tom Henderson Tom Henderson Jimmie Baker Tommy Barker Gavin Smith Tony Wells Tony Wells Thomas Louden Aaron Strayhorn Clarence Dickerson Tony Webster Greg Hicks, Jack Miller Ray Arthur, Andre Morgan Anthony Jones Chris Gaines Reggie Cross Reggie Cross Chris Gaines, Terry Houston, Vincent Smalls, Andrew McGuire, Cliff Beaubrun Troy Bowe Phil Lott Chris Walz Trevor Ruffin Tony Maroney Justice Sueing Anthony Carter Anthony Carter, Alika Smith Mike Robinson Marquette Alexander Predrag Savovic Predrag Savovic Carl English Michael Kuebler Julian Sensley Julian Sensley Matt Lojeski Riley Luettgerodt, Bobby Nash Roderick Flemings Roderick Flemings Bill Amis

Alumni Community Service 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

98

Jerome Freeman, John Penebacker John Penebacker, Artie Wilson Skip Wilson, Artie Wilson Gary Gray, Victor Kelly Gary Gray, Henry Hollingsworth Gary Gray None Gary Newsome, Cliff Sanchez Joe Frazier, Gary Newsome Brad Pineau, Cliff Sanchez Bobby Hancock Bobby Hancock, Tony Webster Rogue Harris Garland Hughes Anthony Jones None Bill Holcomb David Hallums Chris Gaines Phil Lott Fabio Ribeiro Jarinn Akana Tony Maroney Tony Maroney Tes Whitlock Mike Robinson Anthony Carter, Alika Smith Erin Galloway Troy Ostler Carl English, Lance Takaki Mindaugas Burneika Carl English Vaidotas Peciukas Milos Zivanovic, Chris Botez Matthew Gipson, Chris Botez, Julian Sensley

Best Playmaker 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

Eddie Agard, Junious Simon None Jerome Freeman Jerome Freeman Tom Henderson Tom Henderson Victor Kelly Reggie Carter Gary Gray Gary Newsome Thomas Louden Thomas Louden Aaron Strayhorn Racky Sesler William Colston Andre Morgan William Colston Jerald Wrightsil Jerald Wrightsil David Hallums Troy Bowe Troy Bowe Troy Bowe Kalia McGee Kurt Taylor Kalia McGee Kalia McGee Alika Smith Anthony Carter Anthony Carter Johnny White Johnny White Nerijus Puida Mark Campbell Mark Campbell Logan Lee Matt Gibson Deonte Tatum Matt Gibson Matt Gibson Kareem Nitoto Hiram Thompson None

Best Defensive Player 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-80 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

Junious Simon Howard Dunnam Tom Newell Dwight Holiday Artie Wilson Artie Wilson Henry Hollingsworth Henry Hollingsworth None Tony Webster David Hopkins Greg Hicks Greg Hicks Anthony Jones Jerald Wrightsil Jerald Wrightsil, Rick Domonkos David Hallums Vincent Smalls Vincent Smalls Troy Bowe Tim Shepherd Tim Shepherd Tony Maroney Phil Handy Justice Sueing Micah Kroeger Micah Kroeger Mike McIntyre Predrag Savovic Mike McIntyre Phil Martin, Mike McIntyre Phil Martin Phil Martin Chris Botez Ahmet Gueye Ahmet Gueye Jared Dillinger Kareem Nitoto Paul Campbell Trevor Wiseman

Ah Chew Goo Most Inspirational Player 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

Bruce O’Neil Eddie Agard Jerome Freeman Bob Nash Tom Henderson Tom Henderson Melton Werts Wayne Crowe Ed Torres Cliff Sanchez Hollis Vickery Robert Smith Antonine Goodlow Brad Pineau Jack Miller Crosetti Speight Ray Arthur, Andre Morgan Rick Domonkos Rick Domonkos Kalani Whittaker John Gabriel Vincent Smalls Mike Gilless Bert Woodard Marty Winter Jarinn Akana John Molle, Jr. Seth Sundberg Danny Furlong Alika Smith Philipp Czernin Geremy Robinson Nerijus Puida Carl English Lance Takaki, Ryne Holliday Paul Jesinskis Jeff Blackett Chris Botez Bobby Nash Stephen Verwers Hiram Thompson B. Adams, A. Mayen, H. Thompson Jeremiah Ostrowski

Best Free-Throw Shooter 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

Paul Hoffman Tom Newell Dwight Holiday Bob Nash Tom Henderson Tom Henderson Victor Kelly Reggie Carter Thomas Louden Cliff Sanchez Brad Pineau Aaron Strayhorn Clarence Dickerson Clarence Dickerson William Colston Jack Miller Garland Hughes Kenny Walker Chris Gaines Chris Gaines Reggie Cross Chris Gaines Chris Walz Kurt Taylor Fabio Ribeiro Jarinn Akana Tes Whitlock Anthony Harris Alika Smith Alika Smith Casey Cartwright Nerijus Puida Mindaugas Burneika Predrag Savovic Michael Kuebler Jeff Blackett Jake Sottos Matt Lojeski Dominic Waters Bobby Nash Lasha Parghalava Hiram Thompson Zane Johnson

Scholar-Athlete 1972-73 1973-74 1976-77 1977-78 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1994-95 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

Tom Henderson Artie Wilson Steve Borup Larry Jones Larry Jones Larry Jones Garland Hughes Garland Hughes Dan Hale Garland Hughes Jim Gaule Jerald Wrightsil Moritz Kleine-Brockhoff Chris Walz Chris Walz Chris Walz Alex Walker Eric Ambrozich Eric Ambrozich Johnny White Lane O’Connor Lane O’Connor Predrag Savovic Michael Kuebler Michael Kuebler Bobby Nash Hiram Thompson Todd Lowenthal Bobby Nash Bill Amis Ji Xiang Hiram Thompson

Best Rebounder 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

Lewis Little John Penebacker Bob Nash Bob Nash Melton Werts Melton Werts Tommy Barker Tommy Barker Gavin Smith Tony Wells Tony Wells Eric Bowman Rodney Jones Rodney Jones Bobby Hancock Jack Miller Ray Arthur Anthony Jones Alan Andrus Reggie Cross Reggie Cross Terry Houston Tim Shepherd Tim Shepherd Tim Shepherd Tony Maroney Tony Maroney Justice Sueing Eric Ambrozich Erin Galloway Mike Robinson Marquette Alexander Troy Ostler Haim Shimonovich Haim Shimonovich Julian Sensley Julian Sensley Ahmet Gueye Ahmet Gueye Riley Luettgerodt Bill Amis Petras Balocka Vander Joaquim

Most Improved Player 2003-04 2004-05 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Jason Carter Jake Sottos P.J. Owsley Bill Amis Paul Campbell Brandon Adams

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’Bows in the pros “I had a great experience being in a different place, learning about a new culture. It was just like family over there. That’s my second home. They welcomed me with open arms. To this day, I still can go back and be welcomed like I never left. It was just a great experience, from the school to the coaches, the people, the food and the fans. I couldn’t have asked for anything more and the way they took care of me.” - AC Carter

’Bows In the Pros - 2008-11

More than a dozen former Rainbow Warriors have played professionally the last three seasons, including 10 players in Europe. Name Bill Amis Petras Balocka Anthony Carter Jared Dillinger Carl English Roderick Flemings Matt Gibson Michael Kuebler Matt Lojeski Phil Martin Bobby Nash Troy Ostler Vaidotas Peciukas Predrag Savovic Julian Sensley

Yrs at UH 2007-11 2008-10 1996-98 2006-08 2000-03 2008-10 2004-08 2002-04 2005-07 2000-04 2003-08 1999-2001 2002-05 1999-2002 2002-06

Team University of Tartu BC Lietuvos Rytas New York Knicks Talk N Text Kalise Gran Canaria La Laguna Univ Mobitelco Bank BPS Basket Kwidzyn Generali Okapi Aalstar Banco di Sardegna Sassari Shiga Lakestars Basket Livorno Olympique Antibes Bilbao lurbentia Rio Grande

’Bows In the NBA

Player Yrs at UH Pos Anthony Carter 1996-98 G Tom Henderson 1972-74 G Trevor Ruffin 1992-94 G Bob Nash 1969-71 F/C Predrag Savovic 1999-2002 G

NBA Draft Picks Player Fred Smith Tom Newell Bob Nash Dwight Holiday John Penebacker Tom Henderson Jimmie Baker Victor Kelly Tommy Barker Aaron Strayhorn Clarence Dickerson Reggie Cross

NBA Free Agents

Player Carl English Predrag Savovic Anthony Carter Phil Handy Trevor Ruffin

ABA Draft Picks Player Al Davis Dwight Holiday Tom Henderson Jimmie Baker

Year 1968 1971 1972 1972 1973 1974 1975 1975 1976 1981 1982 1989

Rd 6 10 1 9 13 1 3 10 4 6 5 2

Yrs at UH 2000-2002 1999-2002 1996-98 1993-95 1992-94

Year 1972 1972 1974 1975

Rd 20 18 2 1

Country/League Estonia Lithuania NBA Philippines Spain Spain Romania Poland Belgium Italy Japan Italy France Spain NBA Development

NBA Team (Years) Miami Heat (1999-2003) San Antonio Spurs (2003-04) Minnesota Timberwolves (2004-06) Denver Nuggets (2006-pres.) Atlanta Hawks (1974-76) Washington Bullets (1976-79) Houston Rockets (1979-83) Phoenix Suns (1994-95) Philadelphia 76ers (1995-96) Detroit Pistons (1972-74) Kansas City Kings (1977-79) Denver Nuggets (2002-03)

Pick 78 165 9 138 186 7 39 162 53 120 104 44

Pos G G G G G

Pos. F G G F

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Pos. G/F G F/C G F G F G C G G F

Team Milwaukee Bucks Phoenix Suns Detroit Pistons Seattle Supersonics Cleveland Cavaliers Atlanta Hawks Philadelphia 76ers Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Cleveland Cavaliers Washington Bullets Philadelphia 76ers

NBA Team (Year) Indiana Pacers (2003) Denver Nuggets (2003) Detroit Pistons (1998) Washington Bullets (1997) Los Angeles Lakers (1994)

Team Virginia Squires Utah Stars San Antonio Spurs Kentucky Colonels 99


versUs naTionaLLY rankeD TeaMs 1977-78 Date Rk D 1 7 D 2 7 F 14 5

uH vs. No. 4 Michigan State Nov. 19, 2005

Opp. Arkansas Arkansas at New Mexico

W//L L L L

Score 60-79 53-78 69-87

1978-79 None

1949-50 Date Rk F 9 2

Opp. at Bradley

1950-51 NA 6

Bradley

W//L L

Score 53-77

1965-66 Date Rk None

L

57-88

1966-67 D 10 5

Opp.

at Houston

W//L

Score

L

59-93

1967-68 None

1951-52 None

1968-69 D 5 8 D 6 8 D 28 9

New Mexico New Mexico Santa Clara

L L L

56-63 62-77 59-81

1954-55 None

1969-70 J 2 10 J 3 8 J 5 10

Jacksonville Houston Jacksonville

L L L

78-100 84-116 58-63

1955-56 None

1970-71 None

1956-57 NA 20

1971-72 D 18 9 D 22 14

1952-53 J 31 3 1953-54 D 21 15 D 22 15

Washington at California at California

Seattle

L L L

L

55-83 56-77 70-73 (2ot)

79-94

1957-58 None

W 30-10 (forfeit) W 81-76

1972-73 None

1958-59 J 14 16 J 16 16

Seattle Seattle

L L

67-81 62-79

1959-60 D 22 22 D 23 22 J 27 18 J 29 18

at USC at USC USC USC

L L L L

43-91 49-73 61-69 59-69

1960-61 None 1961-62 None 1962-63 NA 3

at Loyola

L

59-74

1963-64 J 7 6 J 11 6

Oregon State Oregon State

L L

55-71 44-70

1964-65 NA 5

San Francisco

L

72-95

100

Florida State Florida State

1973-74 F 22 15 F 23 15 M 19 18 1974-75 D 30 2 F 1 11 F 21 18 F 22 18 1975-76 D 12 12 D 13 12 J 12 14 J 23 8 J 24 8 F 21 6 1976-77 J 15 15 M 1 5

Creighton Creighton Purdue Indiana at Oregon Centenary Centenary San Francisco San Francisco at St. Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Washington Washington UNLV at Providence at UNLV

L W L L L L W

59-63 61-60 72-85 52-69 72-77 93-101 95-89

W 81-80 L 103-105 (2ot) L 71-74 (ot) L 77-87 L 63-73 L 99-114 L L

76-94 84-124

1979-80 D 7 15 D 8 15 J 26 20 F 28 12

Oregon State Oregon State Brigham Young at Brigham Young

L L L L

74-75 (ot) 62-92 33-34 82-107

1980-81 J 8 18 J 10 17 F 12 15 F 14 6

at Utah at Brigham Young Brigham Young Utah

L L L W

87-100 74-91 72-77 83-74

1982-83 D 4 10 D 29 12

at Iowa Missouri

L L

67-99 58-73

1983-84 J 14 14 F 11 7

at UTEP UTEP

L L

54-74 58-77

1984-85 D 28 11

Washington

L

63-81

1985-86 N 27 10 J 16 17

Kentucky UTEP

L L

65-98 63-65

1986-87 N 28 1 D 29 20 D 30 12

North Carolina Florida Kansas

L L L

78-98 83-115 80-81

1987-88 N 28 5 J 16 18 J 21 17 F 20 7 M 10 17

L W L L at Brigham Young@ L

59-86 79-76 61-81 70-72 74-76

1988-89 D 30 4

Illinois

L

87-96

1989-90 D 30 13

Duke

L

75-87

1990-91 D 30 11 F 7 17

Pittsburgh at Utah

W L

84-82 60-80

1981-82 None

at Kentucky New Mexico at Wyoming Brigham Young

1991-92 D 1

J 25

3

23

1992-93 D 29 2 D 30 5 J 21 22 F 13 16 M 11 25

Arizona

L

71-85

UTEP

L

57-66

Kansas North Carolina at Utah Utah vs. Brigham Young@

L L L L L

66-94 84-101 67-82 60-62 71-85

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naTionaL rankinGs 1993-94 Date Rk D 1 4 D 30 11 M 17 15

Opp. W//L at North Carolina L Louisville L vs. Syracuse^ L

Score 77-92 79-85 78-92

1994-95 D 22 1 D 30 20 M 11 22

North Carolina Cincinnati vs. Utah@

L W L

76-88 75-66 54-67

1995-96 D 29 12 D 30 18 J 10 25 J 13 13 F 15 7 M 7 10

Illinois Missouri at New Mexico Utah at Utah vs. Utah@

L L L L L L

80-82 (3ot) 89-95 72-78 46-82 59-69 63-76

1996-97 D 29 21 J 4 16 F 22 10 M 6 14

Maryland New Mexico at New Mexico vs. New Mexico@

L W L L

59-76 75-62 69-89 57-65

1997-98 N 28 21 D 30 2 F 12 22

Indiana Kansas TCU

W W L

82-65 76-65 84-126

1998-99 N 20 13 J 9 15 F 6 17 F 13 14

Oklahoma State at New Mexico New Mexico Utah

L L W L

37-58 59-82 72-68 55-82

L L

78-100 61-75

1999-2000 J 22 15 at Tulsa F 17 13 Tulsa 2000-01 M 16 17 M 9 25 F 1 19 D 30 6

vs. Syracuse^ L vs. Fresno State@ W Fresno State W Tennessee L

69-79 76-67 91-73 58-69

2001-02 M 15 22

vs. xavier^

L

58-70

2003-04 M 17 25 F 21 20

at Utah State W at Southern Illinois L

85-74 62-66

2004-05 M3 25

Nevada

L

47-55

2005-06 N 19 4

Michigan State

W

84-62

2006-07 J 13 19 F3 15

Nevada at Nevada

L L

66-68 (ot) 68-69

2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10 None 2010-11 D4 21

vs. Brigham Young L

57-78

^ - denotes NCAA Tournament # - denotes NIT @ - denotes WAC Tournament All Rankings Associated Press 2011-12 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL

uH Versus Ranked Teams

Total vs. Top 25 ________________________ 17-97 Total vs. Top 10 _________________________ 3-39 Total vs. Top 5 __________________________ 2-17 Total vs. No. 1 ___________________________ 0-2 _ lost to No. 1 North Carolina, 88-76 , Dec. 22, 1994 __________________________ (Stan Sheriff Center) __ lost to No. 1 North Carolina, 98-78, Nov. 28, 1996 ______________________ (Neal S. Blaisdell Center) Record at Home _______________________ 15-59 Record on the Road _____________________ 1-30 Record on a Neutral Court _________________ 1-8 Longest Win Streak_____________2, 3x last in 2001 Longest Losing Streak ___________23 (1950-1971) Highest Win vs. Ranked Opponent _____________ No. 2 Kansas, 76-65, Dec. 30, 1997 Last victory over a ranked team ________No. 4 Michigan State, 84-62, Nov. 19, 2005 Last loss versus a ranked team ______________ No. 15 Nevada, 69-68, Feb. 3, 2007

’Bows and the Polls

The Hawai‘i basketball program has been ranked nationally during four different seasons. UH attained its first national ranking during the 1971-72 season and maintained its ranking for 11 weeks in the Associated Press poll. The team’s highest ranking that season was 12th on March 7. In the 1973-74 season, the team was ranked once (No. 20). Following a 24-year period without receiving mention in either the AP or coaches polls, UH finally returned following an 11-1 start to the 1997-98 season. UH hung on to its ranking for three consecutive weeks. During the 2001-02 season, the winningest in school history, the team cracked the Top 25 poll after capturing both the WAC regular-season and tournament crowns.

1971-72

Dec. 28 Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 Feb. 29 Mar. 7

1973-74 Jan. 8

1997-98 Jan. 5/6 Jan. 12/13 Jan. 19/20

2001-02 Mar. 10/11

A.P. 18 16 19 18 15 14 18 16 17 15 12

Coaches’ NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR

20

NR

21 24 24

23 24 24

25

24

BIGGEST uPSETS UH 76, No. 2 Kansas 65

Dec. 30, 1997 (Stan Sheriff Center) Powered by the “Dynamic Duo” of A.C. Carter and Alika Smith, UH takes down Paul Pierce and the Jayhawks before a national television audience in the Rainbow Classic championship game.

UH 84, No. 4 Michigan State 62

Nov. 19, 2005 (Stan Sheriff Center) Fresh off a Final Four appearance, the Spartans entered the 2005 season-opener looking to tune-up before playing in the prestigious Maui Invitational. Instead they fell victim to an upset in one of UH’s most dominating wins ever over a ranked team.

UH 83, No. 6 Utah 74

Feb. 14, 1981 In just their second season in the Western Athletic Conference, Larry Little’s Rainbows pulled off a Valentine’s Day upset over the No. 6 Utes. The sixth-ranked Utes came to Honolulu with a 21-1 overall mark, including a 14-game win streak and unblemished conference record.

UH 84, No. 11 Pittsburgh 82

Dec. 30, 1990 (Neal S. Blaisdell Center) UH captures its first Rainbow Classic title in 17 years by holding off Big East power Pittsburgh, 84-82, in a thrilling championship game showdown. Ray Reed exploded for 35 points to lead UH.

UH 81, No. 12 San Francisco 80

Dec. 12, 1975 (Neal S. Blaisdell Center) In the first of back-to-back games versus the Dons, UH slips by Bill Cartwright and the Dons, 81-80. Freshman sensation Reggie Carter led the way with 19 assists, a single-game school record that still stands today.

UH 85, No. 25 Utah State 74

Mar. 17, 2004 (Glenn Dee Smith Spectrum - Logan, Utah)

UH begins its march to the NIT quarterfinals with a historic first-round win over the Aggies. It is the first and only road victory over a ranked team to date by the ’Bows. It was also rare a loss for the Aggies who have won 93 percent of their home gmaes in the last 13 years.

Alika Smith uH vs. #2 Kansas Dec. 30, 1997

All-Time Weeks in Top 25: 16 for AP, 16 for Coaches Most Consecutive Weeks in Top 25: 11 for AP, 11 for Coaches, 1971-1972 All-Time Record as a Ranked Team: 19-7 (.731) Highest Ranking: 12th, AP poll, Mar. 7, 1972 First Appearance in Poll: Dec. 28, 1971 (18th, AP poll) Last Appearance in Poll: Mar. 10/11, 2002 (24th in Coaches, 25th in AP) 101


Year-BY-Year resULTs YEAR 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 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 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 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 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 1978-79 102

OVERALL L PCT W 1 .857 No Team 3 4 .429 4 1 .750* No Team No Team 2 5 .286 2 5 .286 No Team 11 5 .688 2 3 .400 3 4 .429 7 3 .700 2 4 .333 6 2 .750 3 4 .429 3 4 .429 3 4 .429 8 0 1.000 9 0 1.000 11 5 .688 2 4 .333 8 3 .727 8 7 .533 9 3 .750 5 9 .357 0 7 6 .538 10 4 .714 0 11 6 .647 0 3 5 .375 No Team - Due to World War II No Team - Due to World War II No Team - Due to World War II No Team - Due to World War II 9 8 .529 0 24 3 .889 2 21 6 .778 1 22 17 .564 1 16 11 .593 0 7 11 .389 3 12 15 .444 4 13 17 .433 7 5 16 .238 2 14 12 .538 0 12 18 .400 3 9 11 .450 0 12 12 .500 5 9 18 .333 6 10 11 .476 6 8 13 .381 2 12 16 .429 5 8 11 .421 2 6 17 .261 1 2 24 .077 0 4 20 .167 2 16 9 .640 13 8 16 .333 7 6 20 .231 6 23 5 .821 23 24 3 .889 24 15 11 .577 15 19 9 .679 19 14 11 .560 14 11 16 .407 11 9 18 .333 9 1 26 .037 1 10 17 .370 10 W 6

L

PCT

COLLEGIATE HOME

AWAY

NEu

W

L

WAC PCT FINISH

HEAD COACH No Coach No Coach No Coach David Crawford Edward Williford

1

.000

0-1

0-0

0-0

1 2

.000 .000

0-1 0-2

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0

8 3 3 14 3 5 11 13 15 2 10 4 10 18 9 10 13 9 12 18 20 8 16 20 5 3 11 9 11 16 18 26 17

.000 .400 .333 .067 .000 .375 .267 .350 .118 .000 .231 .000 .333 .250 .400 .167 .278 .182 .077 .000 .091 .636 .304 .231 .821 .889 .577 .679 .560 .407 .333 .037 .370

0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-3 3-5 2-5 4-5 2-5 0-2 3-1 0-4 4-4 5-10 3-3 1-2 4-6 2-5 0-5 0-10 2-9 9-4 6-9 6-14 18-1 19-0 14-7 16-3 12-6 11-9 9-11 1-21 9-11

0-8 2-3 1-2 1-14 0-0 0-0 2-6 3-8 0-10 0-0 0-9 0-0 1-6 1-6 3-6 0-5 0-6 0-4 1-7 0-8 0-11 4-4 0-6 0-6 4-3 5-2 1-3 2-5 2-4 0-7 0-7 0-5 1-6

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

Otto “Proc” Klum Otto “Proc” Klum Charles Jones Charles Jones Charles Jones Leslie Harrison Leslie Harrison Leslie Harrison Claude Swann Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Eugene “Luke” Gill Bert Chan Wa

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Year-BY-Year resULTs OVERALL YEAR W L PCT 1979-80 13 14 .481 1980-81 14 13 .519 1981-82 17 10 .630 1982-83 17 11 .607 1983-84 12 16 .429 1984-85 10 18 .357 1985-86 4 24 .143 1986-87 7 21 .250 1987-88 4 25 .138 1988-89 17 13 .567 1989-90 25 10 .714 1990-91 16 13 .552 1991-92 16 12 .571 1992-93 12 16 .429 1993-94 18 15 .545 1994-95 16 13 .552 1995-96 10 18 .357 1996-97 21 8 .724 1997-98 21 9 .700 1998-99 6 20 .231 1999-2000 17 12 .586 2000-01 17 14 .548 2001-02 27 6 .818 2002-03 19 12 .613 2003-04 21 12 .636 2004-05 16 13 .552 2005-06 17 11 .607 2006-07 18 13 .581 2007-08 11 19 .367 2008-09 13 17 .433 2009-10 10 20 .333 2010-11 19 13 .594 TOTAL 1,020 1,010 .502* * includes one tie

W 13 14 17 17 12 10 4 7 4 17 25 16 16 12 18 16 10 21 21 6 17 17 27 19 21 16 17 18 11 13 10 19 685

L 14 13 10 11 16 18 24 21 25 13 10 13 12 16 15 13 18 8 9 20 12 14 6 12 12 13 11 13 19 17 20 13 835

PCT .481 .519 .630 .607 .429 .357 .143 .250 .138 .567 .714 .552 .571 .429 .545 .552 .357 .724 .700 .231 .586 .548 .818 .613 .636 .552 .607 .581 .367 .433 .333 .594 .451

COLLEGIATE HOME AWAY 11-7 2-7 12-6 2-7 15-4 2-6 13-5 3-6 10-6 1-9 9-10 1-8 4-14 0-10 6-11 0-10 3-14 0-11 11-4 4-8 18-2 4-7 13-4 2-7 12-5 3-6 9-8 2-7 11-5 4-6 13-4 1-8 8-8 2-8 16-3 5-4 17-5 4-4 6-13 0-7 15-4 1-8 13-5 2-8 16-1 7-3 15-1 3-11 14-3 5-7 13-4 2-8 14-3 3-7 13-3 3-8 9-9 2-9 11-9 2-7 10-11 0-9 14-5 4-6 539-381 110-414

NEu 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 3-1 1-2 1-1 1-1 3-4 2-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-1 4-2 1-0 2-2 1-1 0-1 2-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 36-40

W 4 7 9 9 6 5 1 2 2 9 10 7 9 7 11 8 7 12 8 3 5 8 15 9 11 7 10 8 7 5 3 8 232

L 10 9 7 7 10 11 15 14 14 7 6 9 7 11 7 10 11 4 6 11 9 8 3 9 7 11 6 8 9 11 13 8 288

WAC PCT FINISH .286 6th .438 6th .563 T4th .563 4th .375 T6th .313 8th .063 9th .125 T8th .125 9th .563 4th .625 T3rd .438 T5th .563 T4th .389 T7th .611 4th .444 6th .389 8th .750 T1st .571 4th .214 7th .556 6th .500 T5th .833 T1st .500 T6th .611 5th .389 7th .625 T4th .500 T5th .438 5th .313 8th .188 9th .500 t5th .446

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142 TEAMS WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE TENTH ANNUAL A record total of 142 teams – representing 16 collegiate athletic conferences – will compete in the three-day event (February 17-19), with the entire SEARS BracketBusters slate of matchups to be announced in late January. Of the 71 games, a minimum of 13 will be televised, with six contests on ESPN2 which are simulcast on ESPN3. An additional five games will be aired on ESPNU and two exclusive games on ESPN3. Please consult your local listings for start times. HOME TEAMS: Albany, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Montana, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Sacramento State, Weber State, Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Gardner-Webb, Radford, Virginia Military Institute, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Northridge, Pacific, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, Delaware, George Mason, Georgia State, Hofstra, Northeastern, Virginia Commonwealth, Butler, Cleveland State, Detroit, Green Bay, Milwaukee, Canisius, Iona, Loyola (Md.), Manhattan, Saint Peter’s, Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Kent State, Miami (Ohio), Ohio, Morgan State, Bradley, Creighton, Evansville, Illinois State, Missouri State, Austin Peay, Eastern Illinois, Eastern Kentucky, Jacksonville State, Murray State, SIU-Edwardsville, Appalachian State, Davidson, McNeese State, Nicholls State, Northwestern State, Sam Houston State, Southeastern Louisiana, Stephen F. Austin, Missouri-Kansas City, North Dakota State, Oral Roberts, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Idaho, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, Utah State and Loyola Marymount. AWAY TEAMS: Binghamton, Boston University, Hartford, Maryland-Baltimore County, Stony Brook, Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana State, Portland State, Campbell, High Point, Liberty, Presbyterian, UNC-Asheville, Winthrop, Cal Poly, Long Beach State, UC Davis, UC Santa Barbara, Drexel, James Madison, UNC-Wilmington, Old Dominion, Towson, William & Mary, Illinois-Chicago, Loyola (Ill.), Valparaiso, Wright State, Youngstown State, Fairfield, Marist, Niagara, Rider, Siena, Akron, Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, Northern Illinois, Toledo, Western Michigan, Delaware State, Hampton, Drake, Indiana State, UNI, Southern Illinois, Wichita State, Morehead State, Southeast Missouri State, Tennessee-Martin, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, College of Charleston, Wofford, Central Arkansas, Lamar, Texas-Arlington, Texas-San Antonio, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Texas State, IUPUFW, IUPUI, Oakland, Southern Utah, Western Illinois, Fresno State, Hawaii, Nevada, San Jose State and St. Mary’s.


all-time results Note: The University of Hawai‘i basketball team fielded its first team in 1912-13 when UH defeated McKinley High School, 14-13. For the first two decades, the Rainbows played mostly against high school and intramural teams. Team rosters reflect players who appear in at least one regular-season contest.

1912-13

Record: 6-1 Coach: None McKinley HS McKinley HS Palama Fort DeRussy Fort DeRussy Palama Fort Shafter

W W W W L W W

14-13 14-13 28-26 16-1 12-29 26-15 32-3

No team during 1913-14 season

L L W W L L W

18-36 20-28 17-14 17-8 12-14 14-19 16-14

1915-16

Record: 4-1-1 Coach: None Captain: William Barnhart Kamehameha HS Punahou HS McKinley HS St. Louis HS Kamehameha HS McKinley HS

W W L T W W

24-7 22-10 9-28 16-16 18-12 ---

No teams during 1916-17, ‘17-18 seasons

1918-19

Record: 2-5 Coach: David Crawford Marines L 1st Infantry W Outrigger Canoe Club L Coast Defense L Dpt. Hospital (forfeit) W Goeas Beauts L Signal Corps (forfeit) L

15-83 40-14 13-47 18-74 2-0 19-42 0-2

1919-20

Record: 2-5 Coach: Edward Williford Schofield 17th Artillery Coast Artillery National Guard Navy Schofield Navy

W L L L W L L

No team during 1920-21 season

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Record: 11-5 Coach: Otto “Proc” Klum Palama Maroons W Navy W Luke Field W Marines W Outrigger Canoe Club W All Chinese Athletes L National Guard L Outrigger Canoe Club L National Guard L Palama Maroons W Hilo School Alumni L 35th Infantry W Kauai HS W Lihue W Makaweli W All-Kauai W

1926-27

44-20 31-18 41-12 28-18 39-36 28-33 16-25 32-34 26-37 22-16 20-21 29-14 44-17 35-19 31-23 37-15

1922-23

1914-15

Record: 3-4 Coach: None St. Louis HS McKinley HS St. Louis HS McKinley HS St. Louis HS St. Louis HS McKinley HS

1921-22

23-22 15-49 17-24 19-33 --22-38 ---

Record: 2-3 Coach: Otto “Proc” Klum National Guard Fort Shafter W Knights of Colombus W Palama L All Chinese Athletes L

32-20 49-38 23-29 27-28

1923-24

Record: 3-4 Coach: Charles Jones Central YMCA Palama Maroons Schofield Navy All Chinese Athletes Fort Shafter National Guard

W L L L W W L

35-25 14-54 36-49 26-29 35-3 27-24 17-42

1924-25

Record: 7-3 Coach: Charles Jones Captain: Carl Farden Central YMCA 27th Infantry Sub Base Palama Maroons All Chinese Athletes Marines Nuuanu YMCA Normal School “Tokyo” All-Stars

W W W L L W W W W

25-2 32-27 41-23 20-22 24-29 32-14 38-19 26-18 36-11

L W W L L L

19-40 29-24 19-9 19-28 24-27 9-14

1925-26

Record: 2-4 Coach: Charles Jones Fort Shafter All Chinese Athletes Central YMCA National Guard Palama Maroons Normal School

Record: 6-2 Coach: Leslie Harrison Captain: Archibald Kaaua All Chinese Athletes Marines Bachelots Normal School All Chinese Athletes Palama Honolulu AC All Chinese Athletes

1932-33

L W W W L W W W

29-37 30-22 24-17 19-14 13-37 32-24 26-19 24-22

W L W W L L L

27-2 27-29 27-15 37-30 25-31 2-29 25-31

1927-28

Record: 3-4 Coach: Leslie Harrison Central YMCA Kalihi AC Normal School Nuuanu YMCA Honolulu AC Palama Maroons All Chinese Athletes

1928-29

Record: 3-4 Coach: Leslie Harrison Captain: Kan Mung Chun Nuuanu YMCA Normal School Palama Maroons Honolulu AC All Chinese Athletes Central YMCA Korean Delta Frats

W W L L L L W

30-28 28-36 28-47 23-37 29-31 2-33 31-22

L L W L W L W

19-36 2-37 37-28 24-45 33-22 26-38 34-29

1929-30

Record: 3-4 Coach: Claude Swann Captain: Hung Dau Ching Honolulu AC Nuuanu YMCA Korean Delta Frats Palama Maroons Central YMCA All Chinese Athletes Normal School

1930-31

Record: 8-0 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Aloha Amateurs Central YMCA Normal School McKinley HS Latter Day Saints Korean Delta Frats Palama Maroons All Chinese Athletes

W W W W W W W W

31-28 32-29 4-2 30-2 38-33 43-2 35-29 35-31

W W W W W W W W W

36-2 53-37 44-40 38-25 29-23 48-4 65-22 38-36 24-19

1931-32

Record: 9-0 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Captain: Ted Nobriga All Chinese Athletes Palama Maroons Aloha Amateurs All Chinese Athletes Palama Maroons Aloha Amateurs Hilo Wreckers Hanalei Matson

Record: 11-5 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Captain: George Hansen Hawaiian Department W Luke Field L Luke Field W All Chinese Athletes W Palama Maroons L Aloha Amateurs W Kahului AC W Spartan Radio W Lahaina Pirates W Wailuku Japanese AC W All Chinese Athletes W Palama Maroons L Aloha Amateurs W Palama Maroons L Meiji University (Japan) W Wichita Henrys L

49-33 29-37 39-33 39-26 29-30 37-26 55-34 45-3 43-34 46-23 39-37 34-44 38-34 35-45 45-40 42-64

1933-34

Record: 2-4 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Nuuanu YMCA Kilby Florists Vagabonds Blookie Bullets Citywide AC Palama Maroons

L L L W W L

33-40 40-44 30-41 33-20 53-27 38-46

W L L W W W W W W L W

50-42 30-37 28-30 50-26 56-36 49-32 49-32 45-38 44-36 36-39 40-32

L W W W L L W L W L W L L W W

26-65 50-33 31-25 40-35 28-29 24-32 38-34 40-51 50-33 27-43 47-43 37-47 37-72 44-4 46-32

1934-35

Record: 8-3 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Aloha Amateurs Elks Vagabonds Waiakea Pirates Hilo HS Hilo Chinese Korean Delta Frats Elks Nuuanu YMCA Nuuanu YMCA Nuuanu YMCA

1935-36

Record: 8-7 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Captain: Ernest Moses 3rd Engineers Palama Maroons Vagabonds Matson Palama Maroons Elks Vagabonds Matson Chong Clothiers Elks Navy Fort Kamehameha 3rd Engineers Chong Clothiers 3rd Engineers

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all-time results 1936-37

Record: 9-3 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Captain: Tommy Kaulukukui Vagabonds L Nuuanu YMCA W Elks L Aiea AA W Chinese W Matson W Apollo W Log Cabins W Elks W Matson L Log Cabins W Matson W

1940-41

28-34 43-34 40-44 59-18 52-22 47-42 45-38 44-34 34-30 4-46 58-48 46-38

1937-38

Record: 5-9 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Tam Maluhian JAAC Wailuku AA Matson Aiea AA Apollo Dragons Hawaiian Pine Log Cabin Matson Palama Maroons Matson Wailuku AA Washington

W 39-11 L 26-29 L 58-72 L 39-47 W 61-29 L 29-32 L 35-61 W 36-3 L 26-27 W (ot)28-26 L 30-42 W 39-26 L 27-32 L 24-76

L W L W L W W W W W W L W W W L L

34-41 58-52 23-33 38-37 34-42 66-34 68-33 56-33 64-47 51-35 43-4 34-41 50-35 57-26 66-5 44-52 32-38

Record: 3-5 Coach: Bert Chan Wa Coca Cola L Red Hill W Dragons L Na Aliis L Hawaii Training GradsL Alex Sandwich W Alex Sandwich W Dragons L

46-61 54-42 49-53 48-53 44-52 61-60 48-44 38-49

1941-42

No teams during 1941-43, ‘43-44, ‘44-45, ‘45-46 seasons

1938-39

Record: 7-6 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Captain: Walter Mookini Palama Maroons W Confederation Life W Cromwell Hawaiians L Aiea AA W Hoffman Cafe L Dragons L Confederation Life L Elks L Cromwell Hawaiians L Maui Agricultural Co. W Dragons W Wailuku Sugar Co. W Hoffman Cafe W

1946-47

57-30 38-28 24-30 53-46 41-43 36-48 35-40 28-53 39-45 42-29 56-41 40-34 47-44

1939-40

Record: 10-4 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Captain: Arthur Campbell Empire Billiards South Seas Alex Sandwich Palama Maroons Coca Cola Empire Billiards Elks South Seas Coca Cola Matson Cromwell Hawaiians Wailuku AA Ap. 8 Oregon State Coca Cola

Record: 11-6 Coach: Eugene “Luke” Gill Captain: Arthur Campbell Fresno State Army All-Stars Coca Cola Matson Mainland Collegians Palama Maroons Charlie Chan South Seas Empire Billiards Elks Coca Cola Mainland Collegians Matson HVAA Palama Maroons Ap. 7 Oregon Coca Cola

L W W W L W W W W W W W L L

38-41 56-55 47-29 49-34 45-52 56-36 56-40 56-48 58-4 46-34 44-38 37-28 39-49 48-60

Record: 9-8 Coach: Bert Chan Wa Navy Badgers CYO Ewa Sports Stars Dragons Hickam Nuuanu YMCA Kalihi AC Navy All-Stars F 20 at St. John’s F 22 at St. Joseph’s F 24 at Muhlenberg F 27 at Canisius M 1 at Western Kentucky M 3 at Marshall M 7 at Utah State M 10 at Nevada-Reno

W W W W W W W W W L L L L L L L L

58-42 51-49 61-25 49-34 68-31 64-44 63-44 50-43 60-59 37-80 53-66 64-77 43-45 37-67 57-84 37-51 50-57

Record: 24-3 Coach: Art Gallon 138th Truckers W Valley Forge W Liberty House W Maid Rites W Army Special Troops W Navy Receiving W Ewa W 7th Fighter Wing W Maui Agricultural Co. W Wailuku Sugar Co. W Navy W 593rd QM Service Co.W

50-33 60-46 75-63 65-53 72-33 52-35 37-36 58-24 73-41 57-39 58-35 68-42

1947-48

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Sports Stars W Hawaii Marines W Honolulu Police W CYO W Islanders W Hickam W Navy W Maid Rites W Ewa W at Seattle W at Central WashingtonL at Pacific Lutheran L at Southern Oregon W at Nevada L Eagles W

63-44 62-27 69-46 44-42 76-30 58-29 61-29 69-41 57-23 47-34 41-57 54-65 49-46 47-53 60-45

F 11 F 13 F 16 F 17 F 18 F 20 F 22 F 23 F 24 F 25

56-30 69-53 32-55 74-41 71-34 54-48 89-51 57-49 44-41 51-38 72-49 51-63 47-39 76-42 66-40 64-58 64-46 70-46 85-40 76-46 64-60 68-33 53-71 51-70 58-72 64-56 53-70

1950-51

1948-49

Record: 21-6 Coach: Art Gallon Nisei All-Stars W Puerto Rican All-Stars W Oakland Bittners L Mikimiki W W Hilo Collegians Navy W South Sector W Liberty House W Commercial All-Stars W National Photo W 55th Medium Port W Weyenberg Shoes L Hawaiian All-Stars W Aiea AA W Shop 07 W Charlie’s Arcade W South Sector W South Stars W Hickam AACS W AJA All-Stars W Chinen Service W 20th Century W at Oakland Bittners L at Nevada L at Regis L at Emporia State W M 8 vs. North Dakota% L % - National Intercoll. Basketball Tournament (Kansas City, MO)

1949-50

Record: 22-17 Coach: Art Gallon Schofield Barracks Subpac Raiders Wreckers (Hilo) Hilo Eagles Schofield National Dollar Waimea AC Lihue AJA D 30 Hamline (MN) J 4 Hamline (MN) 20th Century Weyenberg Shoes Naval Base Subpac Raiders Hickam AACS Hickam MATS OREL Co. F 4 at California F 7 at Creighton F 9 at Bradley

at Valparaiso L at Beloit L at Lawrence Tech L at John Caroll W at Buffalo L at Bridgeport L at Villanova L at Seton Hall L at St. Francis L at Siena L Chinen Service L Sports Stars W National Photo W McKinley Auto Paint W Weyenberg Shoes W 20th Century W Chinen Service W Chinen Service W Maui W

60-78 52-80 48-58 65-61 50-69 68-70 56-80 69-80 54-76 43-65 54-58 77-40 58-44 68-51 84-48 63-40 80-53 61-21 86-60

Record: 16-11 Coach: Art Gallon Schofield Barracks W 86-28 Sleet Marines W 59-53 Hickam MATS W 57-48 Barbers Point Pointers W 62-57 Hickam MATS W 53-51 Subpac Raiders L (ot)58-60 Universal Motors W 60-56 Oldsmobile Rockets W 65-48 Service Center L 43-45 Subpac Raiders W 51-49 F 2 California L 46-54 Naval Base W 54-50 Oldsmobile Rockets W 74-51 Service Center L 42-56 Barbers Point Pointers W 49-42 Universal Motors L 55-69 Subpac Raiders W (ot)73-70 Communicators W 62-38 Hickam MATS W 65-52 Oregon State L 43-55 Bradley L 57-88 Universal Motors L 58-61 West Maui W 75-54 Universal Motors L 48-50 Universal Motors W 64-63 Hickam MATS L 56-59 Steward Chevrolet L 42-89

1951-52

W W W W W L W W L L W W W L W W W L L L

43-20 70-63 86-34 86-47 55-46 49-68 90-37 73-36 49-75 49-59 67-43 60-35 80-39 52-65 68-52 68-53 82-45 60-84 68-74 53-77

Record: 7-11 Coach: Al Saake Captain: Al Manlinguis D 18 HABA All-Stars W 52-47 D 20 Subpac Raiders L 46-47 D 26 HI Infantry L 54-65 D 27 HI Infantry L 57-61 D 29 Barbers Point Pointers W 58-46 J 2 Memphis State W 68-61 J 9 Universal Motors L 54-58 J 12 Hickam MATS L 47-66 J 16 Portland L 46-58 J 23 San Jose State L 42-44 J 30 USC W 67-56 F 6 California L 46-72 F 13 St. Mary’s W (2ot)61-60 F 21 Hickam MATS W 67-63 F 22 Universal Motors L 57-71 F 23 Subpac Raiders W 58-56 F 27 Santa Clara L 52-71 M 8 Washington State L 54-67

105


all-time results 1952-53

Record: 13-14 Coach: Al Saake N 13 Pearl Harbor Marines L 67-77 N 18 Subpac Raiders W 59-56 Barbers Point Pointers W 67-34 Hawaii All-Stars W 59-57 N 29 HI Infantry W (ot)65-43 D 5 at USC L (ot)54-59 D 6 at USC L 56-62 D 8 at Pepperdine W 75-53 D 10 at Loyola Marymount L 51-57 D 12 at California L 40-77 D 13 at St. Mary’s L 68-81 D 16 at Lewis & Clark L 41-61 D 17 at Willamette W 70-56 J 7 Naval Base W 110-54 J 8 Nisei AC W 92-68 J 14 Universal Motors W 61-53 J 16 Universal Motors L 56-83 J 24 Stanford W 70-59 J 31 Washington L 55-83 F 7 USC L 66-91 F 14 Santa Clara L 55-80 F 21 St. Mary’s L 63-71 F 22 St. Mary’s L 47-57 F 25 Universal Motors W 53-50 F 29 Universal Motors L 67-77 M 4 Hilo All-Stars W 88-53 M 7 Oregon State W 74-58

1953-54

Record: 14-17 Coach: Al Saake Captains: Willie Lee, Fred Furukawa N 10 Pearl Harbor Admirals W 66-53 N 12 Subpac Raiders W 90-34 N 17 Barbers Point Pointers L 58-64 N 19 Hickam Flyers W 84-60 N 25 Barbers Point Pointers L 34-54 N 27 Pearl Harbor Admirals W 72-57 D 3 at Willamette W 69-50 D 4 at Oregon State L 54-73 D 5 at Oregon State L 50-55 D 7 at Eastern Washington W 46-42 D 8 at Idaho L 39-65 D 9 at Washington State W 47-45 D 11 at USC L 46-60 D 12 at USC L 49-71 D 18 at Santa Clara L 49-68 D 19 at Stanford L 71-82 D 21 at California L 56-77 D 22 at California L (2ot)70-73 D 30 California L 51-61 J 11 Universal Motors W 75-62 J 13 Universal Motors W 69-59 J 14 Universal Motors L 60-66 J 20 Whitworth W 84-60 J 22 Subpac Raiders W 86-65 J 27 USC W 77-57 J 29 USC W 63-56 F 3 Utah W 76-57 F 5 Utah L 61-62 F 10 Santa Clara L 55-72 F 13 Santa Clara L 60-77 Army L 65-70

106

1954-55

Record: 5-16 Coach: Ah Chew Goo Captain: Harvey Lee ComServPac Packers L Barbers Point Pointers W Communications W Hickam Flyers W D 1 at Oregon State L D 3 at Washington L D 4 at Washington L D 6 at Utah L D 7 at Utah L D 13 at USC L D 14 at USC L at Stanford L D 20 Santa Clara L D 30 Santa Clara L J 1 Santa Clara L Cal State Los Angeles W Cal State Los Angeles W Stanford L Stanford L L J 28 USC J 29 USC L

61-65 62-57 63-54 92-62 47-69 60-89 58-69 67-109 52-76 54-74 63-90 58-85 61-67 67-71 59-63 54-48 61-49 51-71 51-58 43-76 58-84

1955-56

Record: 14-12 Coach: Ah Chew Goo Tripler Marines Naval Base Hickam Flyers Fort Shafter Navy Packers Tripler Hawai‘i Marines Naval Base Hickam Flyers Fort Shafter Navy Packers Tripler Hawai‘i Marines Naval Base J 5 Utah J 28 Utah Fort Shafter Navy Packers Hickam Flyers Tripler Hawai‘i Marines Naval Base Fort Shafter Navy Packers Hickam Flyers

W 96-85 L 53-70 W 72-63 L 62-66 L 83-88 W 68-64 W 95-76 L 60-61 W 76-72 L 63-74 L 82-87 L 57-62 W 92-62 W (ot)75-74 L 60-67 L 77-97 L (ot)85-89 W 84-82 W (ot)104-97 W 80-63 W 90-70 L 82-85 W 107-72 W 80-68 W 90-89 L 81-82

1956-57

Record: 12-18 Coach: Ah Chew Goo ComServPac Packers L D 3 at Utah L D 4 at Utah L D 7 at Idaho State L D 8 at Idaho State L D 11 at USC L D 12 at USC L at Loyola Marymount L at Loyola Marymount L at Seattle L Subpac Raiders W Hawai‘i Marines L Hickam Flyers W Naval Base W

75-76 61-94 60-93 74-83 72-84 56-85 74-93 58-81 61-70 79-94 79-74 85-87 90-62 123-60

F 1 F 2

Barbers Point Pointers W ComServPac Packers W Subpac Raiders L Hawai‘i Marines L Hickam Flyers W ComServPac Packers L Naval Base W Loyola Marymount W Loyola Marymount W USC L USC W Hawai‘i Marines L Naval Base W Barbers Point Pointers W ComServPac Packers L 25th Division L

84-80 97-75 79-94 90-122 108-96 65-70 85-67 79-62 91-68 66-67 73-67 94-110 113-71 71-70 66-76 59-73

1957-58

Record: 9-11 Coach: Al Saake D 2 Coast Guard D 13 Ford Island Islanders D 18 Pearl Harbor Navy D 21 CincPacFleet J 8 Hawaii Marines J 11 Army Special Troops J 16 35th Infantry Cacti J 18 35th Infantry Cacti J 25 Alumni J 31 Utah F 1 Utah F 7 Idaho State F 8 Idaho State F 11 Coast Guard F 19 Pearl Harbor Navy F 24 Division Armor F 26 35th Infantry F 28 Ford Island M 3 Special Troops

W W L W L L W L L L L L L W L W W W L

67-34 54-37 57-65 95-46 61-83 65-78 64-57 51-78 50-62 54-66 54-82 38-77 53-85 73-56 63-67 80-58 75-65 67-56 67-86

1958-59

Record: 13-11 Coach: Al Saake N 22 Alumni W 71-50 N 25 Subpac Raiders W 88-55 N 29 Hickam Flyers W 96-69 D 2 35th Infantry Cacti W 81-66 D 4 Division Trains W 95-68 D 8 at Washington L 62-67 D 10 at Lewis & Clark L 61-76 D 12 at Oregon State L 40-59 D 16 at USC L 56-76 D 17 at USC L 42-72 D 20 at Cal St. Los Angeles L 68-93 D 23 at Westmont W (ot)73-71 D 27 vs UC Santa Barbara% W 69-67 D 29 vs. Kent State% L 75-91 (later forfeited) J 9 Hawai‘i Marines L 59-65 J 14 Seattle L 67-81 J 16 Seattle L 62-79 J 28 USC W 60-56 J 30 USC L 74-87 F 4 Cal State Los Angeles W 93-89 F 6 Cal State Los Angeles W 116-107 F 13 ComServPac^ L 75-82 F 14 Naval Air^ W 80-60 F 17 Nationalist China W 85-60 % - California Winter Classic (Santa Maria, CA) ^ - played in Hilo, Hawai‘i

1959-60

Record: 9-18 Coach: Al Saake N 21 Alumni W N 23 Pearl Harbor Admirals W N 25 Subpac Raiders W D 2 Oregon State W D 3 Oregon State L D 7 at Seattle L D 8 at Seattle L D 11 at Lewis & Clark W D 14 at Santa Clara L D 15 at Santa Clara L D 17 vs. Westmont% L D 18 vs. Loyola Marymount% L D 22 at USC L D 23 at USC L D 26 vs. Washington St.$ L D 28 vs. Denver$ L D 29 vs. Portland$ L J 6 Lewis & Clark W J 8 Lewis & Clark W J 13 Santa Clara L J 15 Santa Clara W J 27 USC L J 29 USC L F 5 UC Santa Barbara W F 6 UC Santa Barbara L F 10 Washington L F 12 Washington L

87-59 84-62 74-65 56-51 46-72 54-83 68-102 56-45 47-70 55-63 45-61 53-71 43-91 49-73 45-71 59-76 52-65 79-55 85-62 59-60 81-80 61-69 59-69 77-70 49-77 62-64 64-74

% - California Winter Classic (Santa Maria, CA) $ - Far West Classic (Santa Maria, CA)

1960-61

Record: 10-11 Coach: Al Saake Captain: Frank DeLauro N 12 Alumni W 68-55 N 16 Mutual Express W 67-55 N 18 Pearl Harbor Admirals W 82-47 N 23 Subpac Raiders L 68-78 N 26 Hawai‘i Marines L 67-81 N 30 San Francisco L 58-68 D 1 San Francisco W 63-61 D 7 CS Northridge W 82-54 D 9 CS Northridge W 85-68 D 12 at Washington L 46-73 D 14 at Seattle L 53-73 D 16 at Seattle Pacific W (2ot)71-66 D 19 at San Francisco L 38-67 D 20 at San Francisco L 54-65 D 22 at USC L 56-89 D 23 at USC L 69-91 D 26 at CS Northridge W 73-67 D 27 at CS Northridge W 83-75 J 11 Santa Clara L 49-63 J 13 Santa Clara L 54-74 J 18 Naval Air W 95-77

1961-62

Record: 8-13 Coach: Al Saake Captain: Norman Ching N 4 Alumni W 81-50 N 7 Mutual Express W 55-53 N 9 Hickam Flyers W 91-70 N 14 Subpac Raiders L 70-79 N 16 ComServPac Packers L 53-55 N 22 Pearl Harbor Admirals W 73-60 N 24 Hawai‘i Marines W 63-57 D 1 Hawai‘i Marines L 65-66 D 6 Pepperdine L (ot)65-70 D 8 Pepperdine W 57-55

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Loyola Marymount L Loyola Marymount$ L Loyola Marymount$ L at Santa Clara L at Santa Clara L at San Francisco L vs. Westmont% W vs. UC Santa Barbara% L at Loyola Marymount L at Pepperdine L Hawai‘i Marines W

60-79 57-75 66-67 50-66 53-67 67-77 66-63 65-69 55-82 52-74 76-72

$ - at Hilo, Hawai‘i % - California Winter Classic (Santa Maria, CA)

1962-63

Record: 12-16 Coach: Al Saake Alumni W 96-52 Subpac Raiders W 68-52 ComServPac Packers L 62-81 Mutual Express L 63-73 Hickam Flyers L 51-63 N 20 BYU-Hawai‘i W 110-43 Hawai‘i Marines W 70-59 BYU-Hawai‘i W 72-43 Pearl Harbor Admirals W 50-38 D 5 USC L 46-59 Meiji (Japan) W 107-86 D 8 USC L 59-78 D 12 UC Santa Barbara W 67-56 D 14 UC Santa Barbara W 60-59 L 85-97 Tennessee State Tennessee State L (ot)78-79 Tennessee State L 67-71 vs. Westmont% W 71-70 vs. UC Santa Barbara% L 49-71 at Loyola L 59-74 J 3 at Tennessee Tech L 58-67 at Tennessee State L 68-73 J 7 at Memphis State L 60-96 J 10 at Pepperdine L 59-64 J 12 at Pepperdine L 61-93 Japan Steel W 72-50 Mutual Express W 82-57 J 16 Pepperdine L 54-65 % - California Winter Classic (Santa Maria, CA)

1963-64

Record: 8-11 Coach: Red Rocha Alumni W 71-59 Hawai‘i Panthers L 80-85 Pearl Harbor Admirals W 92-79 Hawai‘i Marines W 83-68 Tennessee State L 64-66 Tennessee State W (2ot)67-65 Tennessee State L 67-70 at Cal State Los Angeles L 76-100 at Cal State Los Angeles L 77-82 at SD Marines W (ot)78-77 at U.S. International L 49-57 at Pacific L 60-104 J 7 Oregon State L 55-71 J 11 Oregon State L 44-70 J 14 Utah W 80-63 J 15 Utah L 61-67 Army Redlanders W 75-61 Hickam Flyers W 72-66 Subpac Raiders L 74-82

1964-65

Record: 6-17 Coach: Red Rocha Captain: Dennis Chai Alumni W Army Redlanders W Subpac Raiders L Hawai‘i Marines L San Francisco L D 27 Subpac! L D 29 Boston College! L D 30 Arizona State! L Hickam Flyers W Subpac Raiders L Army Redlanders W Hawai‘i Marines L Oklahoma City L Oklahoma City L Pearl Harbor Admirals W F 1 at USC L F 2 at USC L F 5 at New Mexico L F 6 at New Mexico L F 9 at Oregon State L F 10 at Seattle L F 15 at Idaho L F 16 at Montana State W

105-61 94-89 78-79 63-84 72-95 68-75 74-120 69-83 81-74 89-96 102-90 83-108 79-88 84-100 71-60 51-85 75-101 39-76 59-89 61-92 62-98 75-89 73-69

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1965-66

Record: 2-24 Coach: Red Rocha Captain: Wally Rezentes Alumni L Pearl Harbor Admirals W D 8 USC L D 11 USC L D 17 New Mexico L D 18 New Mexico L D 27 Army! L D 29 Tennessee! L D 30 Washington! L Army Redlanders L Hawai‘i Marines L Hawai‘i Movers W J 21 Santa Clara L J 22 Utah L at British Columbia L at British Columbia L J 28 at Washington L J 29 at Washington L J 31 at Oregon L F 1 at Oregon State L F 4 at Montana L F 5 at Idaho L F 7 at Utah L F 9 at Arizona State L F 23 Oklahoma City L F 26 Oklahoma City L

72-75 85-75 55-90 52-69 42-72 48-99 73-87 41-88 70-83 73-88 52-78 68-58 57-90 67-122 61-63 59-68 52-111 58-87 47-82 36-72 72-94 72-95 50-88 74-113 77-104 76-104

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

1966-67

Record: 4-20 Coach: Red Rocha Captain: Harvey Harmon D 2 Oregon State D 5 Oregon State D 10 at Houston D 12 at SMU D 14 at Tulsa D 19 Oregon D 22 Oregon

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L L L L L L L

56-61 54-58 59-93 72-92 58-84 69-77 64-73

D 27 D 29 D 30 J 7 J 23 J 25 J 26 J 28 J 29 J 31 F 2 F 6 F 8 F 24 F 25

Montana! W California! L Portland! L Loyola W Hawai‘i Marines W UNLV L at Arizona State L at Utah State L at Oklahoma City L at Oklahoma City L at North Texas State L at Centenary L at Notre Dame L at Purdue L Idaho L Idaho L Japan National Team W

61-55 69-83 64-68 90-81 95-82 71-76 64-79 64-106 85-133 62-116 64-89 78-85 58-90 64-93 66-69 68-69 76-71

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

1967-68

Record: 16-9 Coach: Red Rocha Captain: Harvey Harmon Hickam Flyers D 6 Miami (Fla.) D 7 Miami (Fla.) D 11 Nebraska D 13 Nebraska D 15 at Weber State D 16 at New Mexico D 19 at UNLV D 27 Northwestern! D 29 Subpac! D 30 Ohio State! J 3 Seattle Philips Oilers Service Center J 22 Nevada J 23 Nevada J 26 at Alaska-Fairbanks J 27 at Alaska-Fairbanks J 29 at Alaska Methodist F 1 at Puget Sound F 2 at Portland State F 5 Arizona State F 8 Arizona State F 23 UNLV F 26 UNLV

W 92-85 L 83-102 W 110-76 W 82-74 W 86-72 L 57-68 L 75-84 L 86-97 L 71-96 W 86-79 W 80-76 W 59-58 W 94-84 L (ot)84-91 W 85-72 W 63-43 W 84-68 W 86-68 W 95-68 W 95-80 L 73-90 W 84-68 L 58-60 W 80-68 L 74-77

F 5 F 6 F 11 F 15 F 27 M 1

Centenary (ot) Centenary (ot) Puget Sound (ot) Puget Sound SW Louisiana SW Louisiana

W (ot)75-73 W (ot)84-81 W (ot)85-84 L 84-95 W 75-67 L 57-70

% - Bayou Classic (Lafayette, LA) ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

1969-70

Record: 6-20 Coach: Red Rocha Captains: Eddie Agard, Tom Newell Home Attendance: 84,478 (avg. 4,224) D 5 Washington State L 83-94 D 6 Washington State L 80-96 D 12 Portland State W 82-79 D 13 Portland State W 94-79 D 20 Tahoe College L 84-93 D 23 Tahoe College W 102-94 D 26 Yale! L 77-88 D 29 Drake! L 76-102 D 30 Iowa! L 60-111 J 2 Jacksonville L 78-100 J 3 Houston L 84-116 J 5 Jacksonville L 58-63 J 9 Linfield L 64-77 J 10 Linfield W 89-78 J 12 at Redlands L 78-89 J 13 at Whittier L 72-93 J 24 at West Virginia L 65-121 J 26 at Centenary L 74-89 J 28 at Loyola L 70-95 J 30 at Oregon State L 56-76 F 6 Long Beach State L 59-61 F 7 Long Beach State L 63-67 F 20 SW Louisiana L 66-83 F 21 SW Louisiana L 72-86 F 26 Eastern Washington W 82-67 F 27 Eastern Washington W 86-64 ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

1968-69

Record: 8-16 Coach: Red Rocha Captain: Lewis Little Home Attendance: 52,499 (avg. 3,281) D 5 New Mexico L 56-63 D 6 New Mexico L 62-77 D 9 Weber State L 67-81 D 13 Weber State L 68-72 D 18 at Texas Christian L 59-89 D 20 vs. Baylor% L 69-78 D 21 vs. Mississippi State% W 74-69 D 27 Subpac! W 88-86 D 28 Santa Clara! L 59-81 D 30 Purdue! L 68-97 J 3 Alaska-Fairbanks W 86-69 J 4 Alaska-Fairbanks W 89-70 J 6 Oklahoma City L 58-70 J 23 at Florida State L 60-92 J 25 at Georgia Tech L 59-85 J 27 at Jacksonville L 65-89 J 28 at Jacksonville L 61-72 J 31 at Miami (Fla.) L 82-84

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1970-71

1971-72

23-5 Overall Coach: Red Rocha D 3 D 4 D 19 D 23 D 26 D 29 D 30 J 5 J 7 J 9 J 11 J 12 J 15 J 16 J 22 J 23 J 29 J 30 F 4 F 6 F 12 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 26 F 27 M 22 M 24

Whittier W 81-72 Whittier W 87-82 Linfield W 96-69 Linfield W 106-79 New York! W 101-63 Michigan! W 83-76 Brigham Young! W 94-90 at Loyola L 104-111 at Rhode Island W 92-82 at St. John’s L 76-82 at Arizona State W 94-87 at Pepperdine W 103-88 Trinity (TX) W 94-74 Trinity (TX) W 105-67 Lewis & Clark W 91-76 Lewis & Clark W 121-75 Rhode Island W 97-67 Rhode Island W 96-74 at San Diego State L 95-107 at U.S. International W 63-61 Alaska-Fairbanks W 104-79 Alaska-Fairbanks W 75-58 Georgia Tech W 63-61 Georgia Tech W 91-62 W 98-74 Centenary Centenary L 66-67 vs. Oklahoma% W (2ot)88-87 vs. St. Bonaventure% L 64-73

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) % - National Invitation Tournament (New York, NY)

Team Roster: Al Davis, Tim DeSilva, Jerome Freeman, Dwight Holiday, Todd Huber, Steve Johns, Mike Kendall, Bob Nash, Tom Newell, John Penebacker, Dennis Sallas, Mark Skillicorn, Bob Titchenal Captain: Jerome Freeman Home Attendance: 118,510 (avg. 6,237) Season Notes 4The “Fabulous Five” of Al Davis, Jerome Freeman, Dwight Holiday, Bob Nash and John Penebacker begin the golden years of UH basketball. 4 UH earns first-ever bid to the National Invitation Tournament. 4 Rainbows open NIT in New York with double-overtime win over Oklahoma, before falling to St. Bonaventure. 4 UH captures first-ever Rainbow Classic title with 94-90 win over Brigham Young.

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1972-73

24-3 Overall Coach: Red Rocha D 2 D 3 D 10 D 11 D 18 D 22 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 4 J 8 J 10 J 12 J 15 J 21 J 22 J 28 J 29 F 4 F 5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M 11

Oregon State W 89-71 Oregon State W 76-73 Linfield W 97-68 Linfield W 115-73 Florida State (forfeit) W 30-10 Florida State W 81-76 Northwestern! W (ot)85-83 California! W 87-79 Arizona State! W 87-77 at Loyola Marymount L 78-88 at Centenary W 96-91 at Rice W 84-65 at Connecticut W 77-71 at Portland W 90-87 Pepperdine W 94-85 Pepperdine W 125-88 Redlands W 106-49 Redlands W 84-50 at Westmont L 89-90 at UC Irvine W 88-79 U.S. International W 96-58 U.S. International W 85-55 Oklahoma City W 117-97 Oklahoma City W 109-95 W 94-75 San Diego State San Diego State W 91-83 vs. Weber State% L 64-91

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) % - NCAA Tournament (Pocatello, ID)

Team Roster: Mike Blackshire, Tyrone Bradshaw, Al Davis, Jerome Freeman, Dwight Holiday, Todd Huber, Mike Kendall, Bob Nash, John Penebacker, Mark Skillicorn, Jim Wienstroer, Charlie Williams, Artie Wilson Captain: Jerome Freeman Home Attendance: 142,405 (avg. 7,495) Season Notes 4 UH earns first-ever NCAA Tournament

bid. 4 Senior Bob Nash becomes the school’s firstever All-American. 4UH averages a school-record 91.7 points per game, including a 125-point output versus Pepperdine. 4 UH wins second straight Rainbow Classic championship.

1973-74

16-10 Overall Coach: Red Rocha D 1 D 2 D 8 D 9 D 15 D 16 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 2 J 3 J 6 J 9 J 11 J 19 J 20 J 26 J 27 F 9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 M 2 M 3

UC Irvine UC Irvine Pacific Lutheran Pacific Lutheran UNLV UNLV Colorado State! Louisville! Washington! at South Alabama# vs. Mississippi State# at Georgia Tech at Abilene Christian at Texas Christian New Mexico New Mexico USC USC Portland Portland Centenary Centenary UC San Diego UC San Diego SW Louisiana SW Louisiana(forfeit)

19-9 Overall Coach: Bruce O’Neil

W 99-75 W 99-82 W 87-62 W 99-80 W 68-56 W 94-74 W 88-75 L 82-95 W 85-75 L 76-87 L 85-97 L 82-85 W 79-63 L 76-78 L 68-71 L 70-83 L 84-97 L 74-77 W 117-79 W 91-81 L (ot)71-78 W 71-61 W 108-72 W 96-66 W 99-90 L 83-95

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) # - Senior Bowl Classic (Mobile, AL)

Team Roster: Rod Aldridge, Bill Austin, Mike Blackshire, Tyrone Bradshaw, Gary Gray, Tom Henderson, Steve McGee, John Penebacker, Mark Skillicorn, Marv Vitatoe, Melton Werts, Skip Williams, Artie Wilson Captain: Tom Henderson Home Attendance: 157,395 (avg. 7,495) Season Notes 4 The Rainbows sell out all 21 of its home

games at the Neal Blaisdell Center.

N 30 D 3 D 7 D 8 D 21 D 22 D 26 D 28 D 29 J 4 J 5 J 10 J 12 J 15 J 17 J 19 J 25 J 26 F 1 F 2 F 6 F 9 F 22 F 23 M 1 M 2 M 16 M 19

South Alabama South Alabama Westmont Westmont Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Santa Clara! St. Joseph’s (Pa.)! Purdue(forfeit)! Rice Rice at Missouri at Oklahoma City at Oregon State at Portland at Washington St. Mary’s (CA) St. Mary’s (CA) Portland State Portland State at St. Mary’s (CA) at UNLV Creighton Creighton Memphis State Memphis State vs. Fairfield% vs. Purdue%

W W W W W W W W W W W L W L W L L W W W L L L W L W W L

82-69 97-78 89-74 97-58 82-73 83-66 91-81 73-62 76-67 109-75 99-71 74-86 72-70 62-86 57-52 70-80 85-86 89-68 70-64 63-52 64-93 57-69 59-63 61-60 69-73 117-85 66-65 72-85

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) % - National Invitation Tournament (New York, NY)

Team Roster: Rod Aldridge, Boyd Batts, Keith Bowman, Daryl Davis, Vern Gibson, Tom Henderson, Steve McGee, Marv Vitatoe, Melton Werts, Skip Williams, Artie Wilson Captain: Tom Henderson Home Attendance: 150,343 (avg. 7,517) Season Notes

4 UH is led by 1972 Olympian Tom

Henderson, who averages a team-high 19.8 ppg.

4 UH gains third postseason bid in four years

with trip to National Invitation Tournament under first-year head coach Bruce O’Neil. 4 UH upsets Purdue for third Rainbow Classic title in four years, but later forfeits win. 4Hawai‘i wins 11 straight games, the program’s longest win streak in the collegiate era. 4 Senior Tom Henderson is named a first team All-American by numerous outlets and is later picked No. 7 overall in the NBA draft, the school’s highest pick ever.

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1974-75

1975-76

16-11 Overall Coach: Bruce O’Neil N 29 D 5 D 6 D 20 D 21 D 26 D 28 D 30 J 3 J 4 J 6 J 9 J 11 J 17 J 18 J 30 F 1 F 7 F 8 F 14 F 15 F 21 F 22 F 28 M 1

Rutgers Oregon State Oregon State Abilene Christian Abilene Christian San Jose State! Villanova! Indiana! at Houston# vs. UNLV# vs. Grambling^ at Centenary% at Texas Christian Montana Montana at Portland at Oregon Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Portland Portland Centenary Centenary Grambling Grambling

L L L W W W W L L L W W L W L L L W W W W L W W W

1976-77

9-18 Overall Coach: Bruce O’Neil 70-75 53-73 59-63 81-67 73-65 64-63 75-65 52-69 96-105 77-89 106-94 79-78 62-69 83-69 62-93 66-79 72-77 75-67 98-77 77-62 91-70 93-101 85-89 87-85 90-75

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) # - Bluebonnet Classic (Houston, TX) % - at Shreveport, LA

N 28 D 1 D 5 D 8 D 12 D 13 D 20 D 22 D 26 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 6 J 9 J 12 J 17 J 23 J 24 J 30 J 31 F 5 F 9 F 16 F 21 F 27 F 28 M 1

Oregon Oregon Weber State Weber State San Francisco San Francisco Missouri Missouri Yale! USC! Arizona! at Arizona State at Centenary at Seton Hall at St. John’s at Massachusetts Washington Washington Stanford Stanford Puget Sound at Long Beach State at San Jose State UNLV Texas-Pan American Portland Portland

W 80-66 W 84-80 W 83-68 W 106-88 W 81-80 L (2ot)103-105 W 81-66 L 91-99 W 76-70 L 63-68 L 74-84 L 67-68 L 82-89 L 75-79 L (ot)71-74 L 72-80 L 77-87 L 68-73 W 70-53 L 65-66 W 80-66 L 65-67 L (ot)76-77 L 99-114 L 81-93 W 82-58 W (ot)65-62

1977-78

9-18 Overall Coach: Larry Little N 26 N 28 D 2 D 3 D 10 D 11 D 17 D 18 N 27 N 29 N 30 J 3 J 13 J 15 J 19 J 28 J 29 F 1 F 5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 24 M 1 M 4 M 5

Oregon State L 76-91 Oregon State L 78-96 Nebraska ­­­­L 59-64 Nebraska L 59-60 New Mexico W 78-77 New Mexico L 84-113 Lamar W 78-72 Lamar L 79-89 William & Mary! W 63-60 Houston! L 74-101 Arizona State! L 74-99 Alaska-Fairbanks W 91-89 at Fairfield L 79-85 at Providence L 76-94 at Stanford L 71-84 San Diego W (ot)90-83 San Diego L 69-77 at San Jose State L 62-74 at San Diego L 69-77 Houston Baptist W 102-82 Houston Baptist W 97-83 Centenary W 104-79 Centenary W 92-73 at Long Beach State L 79-110 at UNLV 84-124 L SW Louisiana L 97-115 SW Louisiana L 80-84

1-26 Overall Coach: Larry Little N 24 N 25 D 1 D 2 D 9 D 10 D 16 D 17 D 21 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 11 J 14 J 20 J 21 J 27 J 28 F 6 F 10 F 11 F 14 F 20 F 24 F 25 M 3 M 4

Santa Clara Santa Clara Arkansas Arkansas South Dakota State South Dakota State McNeese State McNeese State Houston Stanford! Lafayette! Brigham Young! at Centenary at Rutgers Gonzaga Gonzaga North Texas State North Texas State at Portland Puget Sound Puget Sound at New Mexico at Long Beach State UNLV UNLV Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American

L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

57-80 77-85 60-79 53-78 85-68 74-78 63-67 71-83 68-104 68-72 61-69 78-88 85-102 75-95 62-70 83-87 77-87 80-98 64-77 72-79 69-78 69-87 74-91 76-94 64-77 82-96 74-83

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

Team Roster: Jimmie Baker, Tommy Barker, Steve Borup, Paul Burnie, Tim Cockett, Ron Fryson, Gary Gray, Henry Hollingsworth, Victor Kelly, Bob Manker, Sam Puckett, George Ritter, Packy Ryan, Melton Werts Captain: Victor Kelly Home Attendance: 150,151 (avg. 7,508)

Team Roster: Tommy Barker, Reggie Carter, Wayne Crowe, Gary Gray, Henry Hollingsworth, Dave Knight, George Lett, Bob Manker, George Ritter, Packy Ryan, Ed Torres, Melton Werts Captains: Tommy Barker, Mel Werts Home Attendance: 137,944 (avg. 6,897)

Team Roster: Brian Austin, Steve Borup, Wayne Crowe, Antoine Goodlow, Gary Gray, Robert Kelley, Jerel Miller, John Moore, Gary Newsome, Dan O’Neil, John Riddle, George Ritter, Packy Ryan, Cliff Sanchez, Gavin Smith, Ed Torres Captains: Gary Gray, Packy Ryan Home Attendance: 85,298 (avg. 5,018)

T eam Roster: Tom Beckerle, Wayne Crowe, Antoine Goodlow, Mark Hackett, Kevin Johnson, Larry Jones, Jerel Miller, Clint Neal, Gary Newsome, Cliff Sanchez, Hollis Vickery, Tony Wells Captain: Wayne Crowe Home Attendance: 73,717 (avg. 3,880)

Season Notes 4 Bruce O’Neil notches second straight winning season. 4 UH falls to No. 2 Indiana in the championship of the Rainbow Classic, but picks up a win over No. 18 Centenary later in the season.

4 Consensus High School All-American

Season Notes 4 Larry Little begins first season as head coach for Hawai‘i. 4 Gavin Smith sets single-season scoring average mark (23.4 ppg). 4 Smith scores 30 or more points five times during the season.

4 UH records worst record in school history.

Season Notes Reggie Carter begins his first year and UH sets a school-record with 19 assists in a win over San Francisco. 4Mel Werts concludes career as school’s alltime leader in rebounds (1,098). 4Bruce O’Neil is relieved of coaching duties 21 games into the season and is replaced by assistant Rick Pitino for the final six contests as UH finishes with its first losing season in six years.

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Season Notes 4 Team’s lone win comes against South

Dakota State, 85-68, on Dec. 9. 4 UH drops a school-record 21 home games,

but still draws close to 4,000 fans per game.

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1979-80

1978-79

N 24 N 28 N 30 D 8 D 9 D 15 D 16 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 2 J 5 J 6 J 10 J 15 J 19 J 20 F 2 F 5 F 9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 M 2 M 3

at Brigham Young L 69-93 at Texas-Pan AmericanL 56-76 at Oklahoma State L 52-57 Portland L 68-84 Portland L 64-71 New Mexico State L 56-63 New Mexico State L 55-60 Fordham! W 63-61 Utah! L 63-68 Arizona State! L 60-62 New Mexico W 66-64 Abilene Christian W 90-73 Abilene Christian W 72-56 at Pacific Lutheran W 69-67 at Puget Sound L 67-80 UNLV L (ot)96-97 UNLV L 66-78 at UAB L 75-85 at Pittsburgh L 52-71 Illinois State W 82-77 Illinois State L 62-71 UAB L 82-86 Portland State W 99-85 Evansville W 60-54 Evansville 54-62 L Centenary W 75-64 Centenary W 78-74

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

Team Roster: Tom Beckerle, Eric Bowman, Joe Frazier, Antoine Goodlow, Mark Hackett, Aaron Hines, Kevin Johnson, Larry Jones, Thomas Louden, Gary Newsome, Brad Pineau, Robert Smith, Hollis Vickery, Tony Wells Captains: Tony Wells, Hollis Vickery Home Attendance: 71,902 (avg. 3,595) Season Notes 4 Hawai‘i makes a nine-win improvement from the previous season. 4 UH’s school-record 29-game losing streak comes to a close with win over Fordham in the first round of the Rainbow Classic.

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1980-81

13-14 Overall 4-10 WAC (6th) Coach: Larry Little

10-17 Overall Coach: Larry Little N 30 D 7 D 8 D 14 D 15 D 22 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 5 J 8 J 10 J 14 J 17 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 31 F 2 F 7 F 9 F 14 F 16 F 23 F 28 M 1

U.S. International Oregon State Oregon State Pacific Lutheran Pacific Lutheran Portland Nevada! Nebraska! Illinois! Wyoming* Colorado State* at San Diego St.* at UNLV at U.S. International at New Mexico* at UTEP* Utah* Brigham Young* at Colorado State* at Wyoming* UNLV San Diego State* UTEP* New Mexico* UH-Hilo at Brigham Young* at Utah*

W 87-72 L (ot)74-75 L 62-92 W 80-65 W 101-83 W 87-80 W(ot) 105-101 W 67-55 L 82-94 L 52-62 W (ot)80-78 W (ot)78-76 L 78-87 W 84-74 L 67-71 L 72-85 L 83-89 L 33-34 L 64-72 L 67-89 W 85-84 W 79-69 L 71-74 W 73-65 86-62 W L 82-107 L 58-67

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game

1981-82

14-13 Overall 7-9 WAC (6th) Coach: Larry Little D 6 D 12 D 13 D 18 D 23 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 2 J 5 J 8 J 10 J 15 J 17 J 24 J 30 J 31 F 5 F 7 F 12 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 24 F 28 M 5 M 7

17-10 Overall 9-7 WAC (t4th) Coach: Larry Little

San Francisco L 95-98 McNeese State W 107-75 McNeese State L 71-93 Chaminade W 64-58 College of the Ozarks W 96-66 Loyola Marymount! W 102-79 Texas-Pan American! W 79-75 Clemson! L (ot)71-75 Colorado State* W 76-63 Wyoming* L (ot)66-71 at Utah* L 87-100 at Brigham Young* L 74-91 UNLV W 74-63 Air Force* W 56-50 Elon College W 54-50 at UTEP* L 44-47 at New Mexico* W 56-55 at Wyoming* L 58-77 at Colorado State* W 69-64 Brigham Young* L 72-77 Utah* W 83-74 at Air Force* L 61-63 at UNLV L 84-92 at San Diego State* L 77-90 San Diego State* L 65-80 New Mexico* W 85-80 UTEP* W 79-75

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game

N 27 N 30 D 4 D 10 D 19 D 23 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 9 J 14 J 16 J 19 J 22 J 25 J 28 J 30 F 4 F 6 F 13 F 18 F 20 F 25 F 27 M 4 M 6

Lamar UH-Hilo South Carolina Pacific Lutheran NW Missouri State Montana State Rice! Bradley! Michigan State! Oral Roberts San Diego State* UTEP* New Mexico* at Air Force* at Colorado State* at Wyoming* Utah* Brigham Young* UNLV Air Force* at San Diego State* at New Mexico* at UTEP* at Brigham Young* at Utah* Wyoming* Colorado State*

L 58-62 W 102-76 W 94-70 W 79-64 W 81-71 W 66-65 L 59-69 W 84-73 W 62-61 W 80-78 W 70-63 W 52-49 W 66-58 W 59-48 W 56-53 L 61-87 W 85-67 W 62-60 L 73-83 W 65-55 L 60-79 L (ot)77-78 L 61-71 L 66-75 L 70-76 L 37-39 W 78-58

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game

Team Roster: Tom Beckerle, Eric Bowman, Kirk Eubank, Joe Frazier, Larry Jones, Thomas Louden, Jack Miller, Gary Newsome, Brad Pineau, Cliff Sanchez, Robert Smith, Aaron Strayhorn Captains: Thomas Louden, Gary Newsome Home Attendance: 64,019 (avg. 3,557)

Team Roster: Tom Beckerle, Pop Dickerson, Kirk Eubank, Antoine Goodlow, David Hopkins, Garland Hughes, Larry Jones, Rodney Jones, Jack Miller, Brad Pineau, Cliff Sanchez, Ed Sesler, Aaron Strayhorn, Tony Webster, Willie Wright Captains: Cliff Sanchez, Aaron Strayhorn Home Attendance: 83,785 (avg. 4,655)

Team Roster: William Colston, Larry Connors, Pop Dickerson, Dan Hale, Bobby Hancock, Garland Hughes, Sam Johnson, Rodney Jones, Jack Miller, Brad Pineau, Ed Sesler, Willie Wright Captains: Rodney Jones, Racky Sesler Home Attendance: 73,869 (avg. 5,796)

Season Notes 4 Hawai‘i begins its first season in the Western Athletic Conference. 4 UH drops its inaugural WAC game to Wyoming, but beats Colorado State in overtime in its next outing for its first-ever WAC win. 4 UH falls to BYU, 34-33, in the lowestscoring game in school history.

Season Notes 4Hawai‘i records first winning record under head coach Larry Little. 4 In just its second year in the conference, the Rainbows pull a huge upset with a 83-74 win over No. 6 Utah. 4 UH sets new single-season record when they finish the year with 293 steals.

4 UH finishes with second straight winning

Season Notes record and most wins in seven years. 4 Clarence Dickerson becomes first Rainbow

player to earn first-team all-WAC honors after averaging a team-high 17.0 ppg.

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1982-83

1983-84

17-11 Overall 9-7 WAC (4th) Coach: Larry Little N 26 N 28 D 3 D 4 D 11 D 17 D 22 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 2 J 7 J 14 J 15 J 22 J 27 J 29 J 31 F 3 F 5 F 10 F 12 F 19 F 24 F 26 F 28 M 3 M 5

UH-Hilo@ Louisiana State@ vs. Pittsburgh# at Iowa# BYU-Hawai‘i Chaminade UAB Providence! Missouri! Oklahoma! Northern Iowa Eastern Illinois at Utah* at Brigham Young* San Diego State* Wyoming* Air Force* Colorado State* at UTEP* at New Mexico* Brigham Young* Utah* at San Diego State* at Colorado State* at Wyoming* at Air Force* New Mexico* UTEP*

W 98-64 W 68-66 W 70-67 L 67-99 W 81-67 L 47-56 W 65-61 W 54-43 L 58-73 L 85-96 W (ot)62-57 W 68-65 L 68-85 L 62-86 W 98-75 W 65-63 W 82-57 W 60-57 W 56-55 L 83-90 W 80-69 L 63-70 L 71-74 L 45-68 W 57-55 W 56-55 L (4ot)61-63 W 62-61

@ - Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Amana Hawkeye Tournament (Iowa City, IA) ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game

Team Roster: William Colston, Larry Connors, Dan Hale, Bobby Hancock, Rogue Harris, Greg Hicks, Garland Hughes, Sam Johnson, Bill Mosier, Jack Miller, Crosetti Speight, Tony Webster, Willie Wright Captains: Tony Webster, Bobby Hancock Home Attendance: 72,343 (avg. 4,019) Season Notes 4 UH records third straight winning season. 4 First-team all-WAC player Tony Webster records nine steals, a new school record, in a win over Air Force. 4 Hawai‘i plays its longest game in school history, falling to New Mexico, 63-61, in four overtimes.

1984-85

12-16 Overall 6-10 WAC (t6th) Coach: Larry Little N 25 N 27 D 2 D 3 D 7 D 16 D 22 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 6 J 12 J 14 J 19 J 21 J 28 F 2 F 4 F 6 F 9 F 11 F 14 F 16 F 25 F 28 M 2 M 6

Hardin-Simmons@ Cal State Fullerton@ vs. Pacific# at Wichita State# vs. UNLV$ Howard Louisiana Tech Holy Cross! Tennessee! SMU! Air Force* Idaho State at New Mexico* at UTEP* Brigham Young* Utah* at San Diego State* at Wyoming* at Air Force* at Colorado State* New Mexico* UTEP* at Brigham Young* at Utah* San Diego State* Wyoming* Colorado State* at Utah^

W 92-86 L 60-90 W 84-71 L 68-89 L 87-90 W 78-68 L 63-76 W 84-79 W 73-60 L 73-82 W 55-54 W 83-61 L 65-80 L 54-74 L 77-95 W 79-71 L 68-73 L 64-73 L 54-57 L 67-70 L (ot)44-46 L 58-77 L 85-87 W 69-68 W 57-55 W 68-67 W 69-63 L 65-68

@ - Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - McDonald’s Classic (Wichita, KS) $ - game played in Lahaina, Maui ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Salt Lake City, UT)

Team Roster: Ray Arthur, William Colston, Larry Connors, Dan Hale, Rogue Harris, Greg Hicks, Mike Hutcherson, Sam Johnson, Jack Miller, Andre Morgan, Bill Mosier, Crosetti Speight Captains: Greg Hicks, Jack Miller Home Attendance: 59,239 (avg.3,702) Season Notes 4UH’s first losing record in four years. 4Hawai‘i plays its first WAC Tournament

game, falling at Utah, 68-65, in the preliminary round. 4Jack Miller earns second-team all-WAC honors after leading the team in scoring (15.4 ppg) and rebounding (7.0 rpg).

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1985-86

10-18 Overall 5-11 WAC (6th) Coach: Larry Little N 23 N 29 N 30 D 4 D 8 D 18 D 21 D 25 D 27 D 28 J 3 J 5 J 12 J 14 J 18 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 31 F 2 F 7 F 9 F 14 F 16 F 21 F 23 M 1 M 4

Pepperdine New Orleans@ Samford@ Samford UC Irvine Creighton Oregon State Cornell! Maryland! Washington! at Colorado State* at Wyoming* Utah* Brigham Young* at UTEP* at New Mexico* San Diego State* Air Force* at Utah* at Brigham Young* Wyoming* Colorado State* New Mexico* UTEP* at San Diego State* at Air Force* SW Louisiana at Colorado State^

W 79-78 W 87-78 L 82-83 L 84-93 L 82-87 L 77-79 W 81-64 W 66-50 L 71-79 L 63-81 L 58-69 L 63-68 L 54-76 L (ot)78-88 L 66-85 L 60-86 L 66-70 W 72-69 L 64-78 L 60-66 W 68-50 W 66-59 73-68 W L 63-65 W 69-68 L 54-58 W 71-70 L (ot)68-73

@ - Tip-Off Tournament (Honolulu) ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Fort Collins, CO)

Team Roster: Ray Arthur, William Colston, Joe Cowan, Jim Gaule, Garland Hughes, Mike Hutcherson, Anthony Jones, Andre Morgan, Bill Mosier, Kenny Walker Captain: Ray Arthur, William Colston Home Attendance: 75,070 (avg. 3,951) Season Notes 4 Larry Little’s ninth and final season as head

4-24 Overall 1-15 WAC (9th) Coach: Frank Arnold N 22 N 27 N 29 D 3 D 5 D 13 D 14 D 23 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 2 J 4 J 10 J 11 J 16 J 18 J 23 J 25 J 30 F 1 F 6 F 8 F 13 F 15 F 28 M 1 M 4

Cal State Fullerton Kentucky NE Louisiana Long Beach State at California West Texas State@ Hawai‘i Pacific@ Pacific Seton Hall! Wake Forest! Villanova! Colorado State* Air Force* at Brigham Young* at Utah* UTEP* New Mexico* San Diego State* Wyoming* at Wyoming* at Air Force* Utah* Brigham Young* at Colorado State* at San Diego State* at New Mexico* at UTEP* at Air Force^

W 79-76 L 65-98 W (ot)87-84 W 78-74 L 71-87 L 65-68 L 69-79 L 56-71 L 80-90 L 68-75 L 61-76 L 61-72 L 60-66 L 66-80 L 67-89 L 63-65 L 57-93 W (ot)83-80 L 63-78 L 58-77 L 46-62 L 63-78 L 66-76 L 71-91 L 70-80 L 64-65 L 66-78 L 58-64

@ - Early Season Tournament (Honolulu) ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Colorado Springs, CO)

Team Roster: Ric Domonkos, Ant Fletcher, John Gabriel, Jim Gaule, Rich Jardine, Anthony Jones, Jo Jorgenson, Billy Koch, Andre Morgan, Keith Turner, Kenny Walker, Jerald Wrightsil Captains: Anthony Jones, Kenny Walker, Jim Gaule Home Attendance: 51,484 (avg. 2,860)

coach for Hawai‘i.

Season Notes

4 UH drops its first seven WAC games and

4 Frank Arnold begins first season as

nine of its first 10.

Rainbow head coach.

4 Ray Arthur and Andre Morgan named

4 After winning three of its first four games

honorable-mention all-WAC.

of the season, UH loses 23 of its final 24 games. 4 UH suffers worst Western Athletic Conference record in school history (1-15) with lone league win coming in overtime versus San Diego State.

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1986-87

1987-88

7-21 Overall 2-14 WAC (9th) Coach: Frank Arnold N 28 N 29 D 5 D 6 D 12 D 13 D 18 D 23 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 5 J 8 J 10 J 15 J 17 J 24 J 26 F 5 F 7 F 13 F 14 F 19 F 21 F 26 F 28 M 3

North Carolina@ St. Mary’s (CA)@ at Arizona State#

L 78-98 W 68-64 L 72-97 vs. Mississippi Valley St.# W 97-81 Santa Clara$ W 62-61 Indiana State$ W 63-61 Toledo W (2ot)76-75 Brown L 77-88 Wisconsin! L 77-82 Florida! L 83-115 Kansas! L (ot)80-81 UTEP* L 71-84 New Mexico* L 86-99 at Wyoming* L 67-76 at Air Force* L 56-80 at Utah* L 78-90 at Brigham Young* L 79-90 Wyoming* L 61-66 San Diego State* W 76-67 Air Force* L 55-71 Colorado State* W 73-58 at New Mexico* L 92-110 at UTEP* L 75-88 at Colorado State* L 62-69 at San Diego State* L 82-92 Utah* L 67-71 Brigham Young* L 80-100 vs. San Diego State^ L 90-93

@ - Thanksgiving Festival (Honolulu) # - Kactus Klassic (Tempe, AZ) $ - Early Season Tournament (Honolulu) ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Albuquerque, NM)

Team Roster: Alan Andrus, Ric Domonkos, John Gabriel, Chris Gaines, Bill Holcomb, Moritz Kleine-Brock, Billy Koch, Craig Murray, Jamie Weaver, Jerald Wrightsil Captains: Rick Domonkos, Billy Koch, Jerald Wrightsil Home Attendance: 49,514 (avg. 2,913) Season Notes 4 UH ends a 16-game WAC regular-season

losing streak with a 76-67 win over San Diego State. 4 Chris Gaines named a Freshman AllAmerican by Basketball Weekly. 4 Gaines leads team with 17.1 ppg and sets freshman single-season record for scoring.

N 27 N 28 D 1 D 11 D 12 D 17 D 21 D 22 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 7 J 9 J 14 J 16 J 21 J 23 J 30 F 1 F 12 F 13 F 18 F 20 F 25 F 27 M 3 M 5 M 9 M 10

at Vanderbilt at Kentucky Pacific Hartford@ Idaho@ Dartmouth@ Loyola (Md)% New Orleans% Mississippi State! Texas A&M! Creighton! at Brigham Young* at Utah* UTEP* New Mexico* at Wyoming* at Air Force* Wyoming* San Diego State* at UTEP* at New Mexico* Utah* Brigham Young* at San Diego State* at Colorado State* Air Force* Colorado State* vs. Air Force^ at Brigham Young^

L 62-91 L 59-86 L 68-76 L (ot)65-68 L (2ot)82-83 L 70-80 W 102-69 L 66-82 L 55-68 L (ot)78-80 L 69-81 L 66-97 L 65-81 L 64-69 W 79-76 L 61-81 L 79-86 L 61-67 L 58-59 L 48-65 L 50-71 L 50-64 L 70-72 L 71-74 L 67-79 W 75-54 L 47-59 W 84-76 L 74-76

@ - Early Season Tournament (Honolulu) % - Pre-Holiday Tournament (Honolulu) ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Fort Collins, CO)

Team Roster: Mike Among, Billy Bolds, Reggie Cross, John Gabriel, Chris Gaines, David Hallums, Bill Holcomb, Devin Kanoa, Moritz Kleine-Brock, Criag Murray, Chris Roscoe, Kalani Whittaker Captains: Chris Gaines, Reggie Cross Home Attendance: 28,620 (avg. 1,684) Season Notes 4 Riley Wallace begins the first of 20 seasons

as Hawai‘i head coach. 4 Hawai‘i plays in front of 23,049 fans at

Rupp Arena in Kentucky, the largest crowd to ever witness a UH game. 4 Junior-college transfer Reggie Cross leads the team and finishes second in the WAC in rebounding (8.6 rpg).

1989-90

1988-89

4-25 Overall 2-14 WAC (9th) Coach: Riley Wallace

25-10 Overall 10-6 WAC (t-3rd) Coach: Riley Wallace

17-13 Overall 9-7 WAC (4th) Coach: Riley Wallace N 25 N 27 D 1 D 3 D 9 D 10 D 19 D 20 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 5 J 7 J 12 J 14 J 19 J 21 J 26 J 28 J 31 F 2 F 9 F 11 F 16 F 18 M 2 M 4 M 8 M 10 M 16

Montana State@ Texas@ at Iona at St. John’s Tennessee Tech# Oregon# vs. Indiana State$ at San Francisco$ Yale! Purdue! Illinois! Air Force* Colorado State* at Utah* at Brigham Young* New Mexico* UTEP* San Diego State* Wyoming* at Air Force* at Wyoming* Utah* Brigham Young* at San Diego State* at Colorado State* at UTEP* at New Mexico* vs. Brigham Young^ vs. Colorado State^ at California%

W 96-80 W 85-84 L 63-77 L 60-65 W 98-58 W 74-70 W 80-61 L 72-76 W 89-64 W 72-69 L 87-96 W (2ot)83-81 L 55-62 L 61-71 W 77-73 L 63-81 W 87-72 W 65-62 L 59-64 L 79-86 W 69-59 57-56 W W 68-66 W 73-60 L 56-57 L 62-65 W 71-70 W 72-69 L 46-50 L 57-73

@ - Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Early Season Tournament (Honolulu) $ - Met Life Classic (San Francisco, CA) ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Salt Lake City, UT) % - National Invitation Tournament

Team Roster: Cliff Beaubrun, Arlen Bento, Billy Bolds, Troy Bowe, Reggie Cross, John Gabriel, Chris Gaines, David Hallums, Terry Houston, Joe Hudson, Jim Lactaoen, Phil Lott, Wendall Navalta, Tim Shepherd, Vincent Smalls, Kalani Whittaker, James Wilson Captain: David Hallums Home Attendance: 60,673 (avg. 4,045) Season Notes 4 UH earns second-ever NIT bid and first in

nearly two decades. 4 Riley Wallace named WAC Coach of the

Year. 4 UH shoots a school-record 71 percent from

the floor in WAC win over UTEP.

N 24 N 25 N 27 D 4 D 8 D 9 D 12 D 19 D 22 D 23 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 4 J 6 J 11 J 13 J 18 J 20 J 25 J 27 F 1 F 3 F 15 F 17 F 22 F 24 M 1 M 3 M 8 M 9 M 10 M 15 M 20 M 23

at Alaska-Anchorage@ W vs. Kansas State@ L vs. Texas A&M@ W Seattle W vs. George Washington# W vs. Colorado# W Furman W Western Illinois W vs. Southern Illinois$ W vs. Western Illinois$ W San Francisco! W Rutgers! W Duke! L Brigham Young* W Utah* L at Air Force* W at Colorado State* L UTEP* W New Mexico* W San Diego State* W Wyoming* W at Utah* L at Brigham Young* L Colorado State* W Air Force* W at New Mexico* L at UTEP* W at San Diego State* W at Wyoming* L vs. Wyoming^ W vs. Utah^ W at UTEP^ L Stanford% W Long Beach State% W at New Mexico% L

79-74 76-79 75-71 99-61 86-64 86-77 73-62 89-70 84-71 70-54 75-46 91-74 75-87 80-71 54-61 88-58 64-66 66-59 74-71 75-63 81-77 64-68 65-68 72-60 67-66 71-82 60-59 74-61 60-61 66-63 66-60 58-75 69-57 84-79 58-80

@ - Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) # - Early Season Tournament (Lahaina, Maui) $ - Pre-Holiday Tournament (Hilo, Hawai‘i) ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (El Paso, TX)

% - National Invitation Tournament (sites vary)

Team Roster: Cliff Beaubrun, Arlen Bento, Troy Bowe, Chris Gaines, Mike Gilless, Terry Houston, Joe Hudson, Jim Lactaoen, Phil Lott, Andrew McGuire, Wendall Navalta, Bob Robinson, Tim Shepherd, Vincent Smalls Captains: Chris Gaines, Vincent Smalls Home Attendance: 93,565 (avg. 5,848) Season Notes 4 UH earns second straight and fourth all-

time NIT bid. 4 Rainbows advance to NIT quarterfinals

before falling at New Mexico. 4 Chris Gaines ends career as the school’s all-

time scoring leader (1,734 points).

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1990-91

1991-92

16-13 Overall 7-9 WAC (t-5th) Coach: Riley Wallace N 23 N 25 N 30 D 1 D 6 D 14 D 20 D 21 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 5 J 10 J 12 J 17 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 31 F 7 F 9 F 13 F 16 F 21 F 23 M 2 M 7 M 8

SW Louisiana SW Missouri State vs. Vanderbilt# at Stanford# UH-Hilo Illinois-Chicago Wagner$ North Texas$ Iona! Wichita State! Pittsburgh! Utah* Brigham Young* at Wyoming* at Air Force* UTEP* New Mexico* at UTEP* at New Mexico* Wyoming* at Utah* at Brigham Young* Air Force* Colorado State* at San Diego State* at Colorado State* San Diego State* vs. New Mexico^ vs. Brigham Young^

W W L L W L W W W W W L W L W L L L L W L L W W W L W W L

@ - Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Apple Invitational (Palo Alto, CA) $ - Pre-Holiday Tournament (Honolulu)

1992-93

16-12 Overall 9-7 WAC (t-4th) Coach: Riley Wallace 94-86 86-83 70-74 55-84 75-57 70-74 78-64 108-100 76-75 89-73 84-82 (ot)60-63 74-65 78-98 58-54 54-70 77-84 52-60 67-83 87-70 60-80 74-82 61-58 54-46 (ot)84-79 62-71 65-58 68-67 (ot)71-73

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Laramie, WY)

Team Roster: Phil Addington, Mark Benford, Troy Bowe, Otis Clay, Mike Gilless, Joe Hudson, Phil Lott, Wendall Navalta, Ray Reed, Courtney Rosegreen, Tim Shepherd, Andre Stovall, Chip Thompson, Chris Walz, Marty Winter Captain: Troy Bowe Home Attendance: 97,370 (avg. 5,728) Season Notes 4 Hawai‘i captures third all-time Rainbow Classic title and first in nearly 20 years with an 84-82 upset of Pittsburgh. 4 Senior guard Troy Bowe concludes career as UH’s all-time leader in assists (412).

N 29 D 1 D 6 D 7 D 13 D 14 D 20 D 21 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 11 J 16 J 18 J 23 J 25 J 30 F 1 F 6 F 8 F 13 F 15 F 20 F 22 F 27 F 29 M 6 M 13

Montana State@ W 71-55 Arizona@ L 71-85 at Illinois# L 64-69 vs. South Carolina St# W 73-67 St. Mary’s$ W 78-62 McNeese State$ W 85-65 Idaho State% W 88-76 Detroit Mercy% L 81-83 Navy! W 95-88 Washington State! L 61-63 Villanova! W 86-79 Wyoming* W 77-55 at UTEP* L 51-67 at New Mexico* L 67-79 New Mexico* W 58-55 UTEP* L 57-66 at Air Force* W (ot)74-72 at Wyoming* W 68-65 Utah* L 66-76 Brigham Young* W 87-83 at Colorado State* L 59-69 at San Diego State* W 66-58 Colorado State* W 79-65 Air Force* W 76-67 at Brigham Young* L 64-81 at Utah* L 53-59 San Diego State* W 69-54 vs. Utah^ L 69-81

@ - Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Illini Classic (Champaign, IL) $ - Early Season Tournament (Honolulu) % - Pre-Holiday Tournament (Honolulu) ! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Fort Collins, CO)

Team Roster: Jarinn Akana, Gerry Holmes, Phil Lott, Sir McBryde, Kalia McGee, Terrance Phillip, Fabio Ribeiro, Courtney Rosegreen, Tim Shepherd, John Spanogle, Andre Stovall, Kurt Taylor, Chris Walz, Marty Winter, Bert Woodward Captains: Phil Lott, Chris Walz Home Attendance: 89,126 (5,243) Season Notes 4 UH records fourth straight winning season

under Riley Wallace. 4 Bert Woodard sets single-season record for

3-point field-goal percentage (.479). 4 Phil Lott named first-team all-WAC after

averaging 18.5 ppg.

1993-94

12-16 Overall 7-11 WAC (t-7th) Coach: Riley Wallace D 3 D 4 D 6 D 18 D 19 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 7 J 9 J 15 J 17 J 21 J 23 J 28 J 30 F 4 F 6 F 11 F 13 F 18 F 20 F 25 F 27 M 6 M 10 M 11

Tulsa L 63-68 San Diego@ L 64-65 Tulsa@ W 87-69 South Carolina State# W 79-54 Coastal Carolina# W 66-62 Fordham! W 83-64 Kansas! L 66-94 North Carolina! L 84-101 San Diego State* W 81-67 at Colorado State* L 66-82 at Wyoming* L 62-70 New Mexico* L 58-61 UTEP* L 68-69 at Utah* L 67-82 at Brigham Young* L (ot)80-84 Fresno State* W 78-74 Air Force* W 74-59 at Fresno State* L 64-69 at Air Force* W 78-69 Brigham Young* L 56-62 Utah* L 60-62 at New Mexico* L 58-82 at UTEP* L (ot)67-68 Colorado State* W 86-72 Wyoming* W 61-59 at San Diego State* W 72-58 vs. Air Force^ W 62-54 vs. Brigham Young^ L 71-85

@ - United Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Pre-Holiday Tournament (Honolulu) ! - Kraft Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Salt Lake City, UT)

Team Roster: Jarinn Akana, Gerry Holmes, Kalia McGee, Terrance Phillip, Fabio Ribeiro, Trevor Ruffin, Tim Shepherd, John Spanogle, Kurt Taylor, Chris Walz, Rodney Washington, Marty Winter, Bert Woodard Captains: Chris Walz, Kurt Taylor Home Attendance: 87,516 (avg. 5,148) Season Notes 4 Hawai‘i ends season with first losing record

in five years. 4 UH finishes fourth in the Rainbow Classic

after playing eventual Final Four teams North Carolina and Kansas on successive nights. 4 Despite a losing record, UH finishes strong by winning four of its final games of the year.

18-15 Overall 11-7 WAC (4th) Coach: Riley Wallace N 25 N 26 N 27 D 1 D 10 D 11 D 17 D 18 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 8 J 10 J 13 J 15 J 20 J 22 J 27 J 29 F 3 F 5 F 10 F 12 F 17 F 19 F 24 F 26 M 5 M 10 M 11 M 12 M 17

vs. Portland@ L 47-100 vs. Wake Forest@ L 49-87 vs. North Carolina St.@ L 48-83 at North Carolina L 77-92 Missouri-Kansas City# W 72-54 UAB# L 59-79 Mercer$ W 92-67 Kansas State$ L 61-65 Army! W 85-69 Evansville! W 67-62 Louisville! L 79-85 at San Diego State* W 78-73 Wyoming* W 76-64 Colorado State* W 70-66 at UTEP* W 82-72 at New Mexico* L 55-74 Utah* W 72-56 Brigham Young* W 69-66 at Air Force* W 60-58 at Fresno State* L 65-81 Air Force* W 72-56 Fresno State* L 82-88 at Utah* L (ot)74-81 at Brigham Young* L 79-85 UTEP* W (ot)104-103 New Mexico* W 83-67 at Wyoming* W (3ot)95-94 at Colorado State* L 74-81 San Diego State* L 74-84 vs. Colorado State^ W 65-61 vs. New Mexico^ W 61-58 vs. Brigham Young^ W 73-66 vs. Syracuse% L 78-92

@ - Great Alaska Shoot-out (Anchorage, AK) # - United Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) $ - Hawai‘i-Nike Festival (Honolulu) ! - Kraft Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Salt Lake City, UT) % - NCAA Tournament (Ogden, UT)

Team Roster: Jarinn Akana, Lonnie Benjamin, Walter Bonner, Phil Handy, Tony Maroney, Kalia McGee, John Molle, Jr., Aahmad Ricketts, Trevor Ruffin, John Spanogle Captains: Trevor Ruffin, Jarinn Akana Home Attendance: 92,166 (5,760) Season Notes 4 Hawai‘i gains its second all-time NCAA

Tournament berth.

4 The Rainbows capture its first-ever WAC

Tournament championship with a 73-66 win over BYU in the finals. 4Senior guard Trevor Ruffin drills a schoolrecord 10 3-pointers vs. Louisville in the Rainbow Classic finals. 4 Junior center Tony Maroney sets a singleseason record with 103 blocks.

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1994-95

1995-96

16-13 Overall 8-10 WAC (6th) Coach: Riley Wallace N 25 N 27 D 16 D 17 D 22 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 2 J 4 J 7 J 9 J 12 J 14 J 19 J 21 J 28 F 4 F 9 F 11 F 16 F 18 F 23 F 25 M 2 M 4 M 9 M 10 M 11

St. Bonaventure@ Seton Hall@ Baylor# Old Dominion# North Carolina Boston Univ.! Iowa! Cincinnati! at Colorado State* at Wyoming* New Mexico* UTEP* at Utah* at Brigham Young* Fresno State* Air Force* San Diego State* at San Diego State* at Fresno State* at Air Force* Brigham Young* Utah* at New Mexico* at UTEP* Colorado State* Wyoming* vs. UTEP^ vs. Colorado State^ vs. Utah^

W W W W L W L W L L W L L L W W W W L L W L L L W W W W L

82-72 96-88 84-57 71-63 76-88 77-63 82-84 75-66 74-96 53-70 62-61 60-68 57-64 67-74 71-61 80-58 91-62 65-58 56-82 70-85 73-70 57-63 68-72 64-69 78-62 58-46 66-65 66-64 54-67

N 24 N 26 D 6 D 19 D 20 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 2 J 4 J 8 J 10 J 13 J 15 J 18 J 20 J 28 F 3 F 8 F 10 F 15 F 17 F 22 F 24 F 29 M 2 M 6 M 7

Dayton@ Saint Louis@ at Long Beach State@ Loyola Marymount# Creighton# Rhode Island! Illinois! Missouri! Wyoming* Colorado State* at UTEP* at New Mexico* Utah* Brigham Young* at Air Force* at Fresno State* San Diego State* at San Diego State* Air Force* Fresno State* at Utah* at Brigham Young* UTEP* New Mexico* at Wyoming* at Colorado State* vs. UTEP^& vs. Utah^

W 78-72 W 72-66 L 66-71 L 80-82 W 84-58 L 74-89 L (3ot)80-82 L 89-95 W 63-53 L 69-74 L 75-85 L 72-78 L 46-82 L 77-78 L 83-92 L 80-84 W 88-79 L 94-103 W 81-62 W 97-76 L 59-69 W 94-89 W 83-75 L 79-88 L 78-95 W 75-65 L 69-77 L 63-76

* - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Albuquerque, NM)

@ - United Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Hawai‘i-Nike Festival (Honolulu) ! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Albuquerque, NM) & - denotes forfeit by UTEP - ineligible player

Team Roster: Walter Bonner, Phil Handy, Anthony Harris, Tony Maroney, Kalia McGee, John Molle Jr., Brian Parker, Alika Smith, Justice Sueing, Tes Whitlock Captain: Tony Maroney Home Attendance: 143,763 (8,457)

Team Roster: Eric Ambrozich, Danny Furlong, Anthony Harris, Micah Kroeger, Greg Miller, Alika Smith, Justice Sueing, Seth Sundberg, Tes Whitlock, Ales Zivanovic Captain: Anthony Harris Home Attendance: 110,594 (avg. 6,912)

@ - United Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Hawai‘i-Nike Festival (Honolulu) ! - Kraft Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

Season Notes 4 UH plays first season in the Special Events

Center, later renamed the Stan Sheriff Center. 4 Riley Wallace surpasses Red Rocha as

the school’s all-time winningest coach (114th win) with a 75-66 win over No. 20 Cincinnati in the Rainbow Classic. 4 Hawai‘i advances to the WAC Tournament championship for second consecutive year, but falls to Utah.

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1996-97

10-18 Overall 7-11 WAC (8th) Coach: Riley Wallace

Season Notes 4 UH sets a single-season team mark for

field-goal percentage (.488). 4 Anthony Harris sets a single-season record

with 626 points scored. 4 Harris is named first-team all-conference and is an honorable-mention All-American by Basketball Weekly.

1997-98

21-8 Overall 12-4 WAC (t-1st - Pacific) Coach: Riley Wallace N 26 N 29 D 1 D 6 D 7 D 14 D 15 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 4 J 9 J 11 J 16 J 18 J 25 J 30 F 1 F 6 F 8 F 13 F 15 F 19 F 22 F 27 M 1 M 6 M 12 M 17

Texas-Pan American Detroit Mercy@ Portland@ Alabama State# St. Mary’s (CA)# Cal Poly-SLO$ Ball State$ Northwestern! Maryland! Memphis! New Mexico* at Air Force* at UNLV* Colorado State* Wyoming* at San Diego State* at San Jose State* at Fresno State* UNLV* Air Force* at Wyoming* at Colorado State* San Diego State* at New Mexico* Fresno State* San Jose State* vs. New Mexico^ Oregon% at UNLV%

21-9 Overall 8-6 WAC (4th Pacific) Coach: Riley Wallace

W 76-48 W 80-68 W 83-64 W 80-54 L 51-56 W 86-84 W 83-75 W 79-62 L 59-76 W 67-60 W 75-62 L 68-73 W 66-65 W 85-65 W 70-58 W 85-63 W 87-74 L 74-80 W 66-64 W 87-63 W (ot)70-68 W 83-79 W 74-62 L 69-89 L 80-98 W 83-76 L 57-65 W 71-61 L 80-89

@ - United Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Powerbar Invitational (Honolulu) $ - Hawai‘i-Nike Festival (Honolulu) ! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) % - National Invitation Tournament (sites vary)

Team Roster: Eric Ambrozich, Anthony “AC” Carter, Aaron Curry, Danny Furlong, Quinton Gallon, Micah Kroeger, Luke Meyers, Greg Miller, Michael Robinson, Alika Smith, Seth Sundberg, Jason Yadao, Ales Zivanovic Captain: Seth Sundberg Home Attendance: 145,416 (7,653) Season Notes 4 UH wins first-ever WAC regular-season

championship.

4 Riley Wallace named WAC Coach of the

Year for second time. 4 Rainbows gain fifth NIT and seventh alltime postseason berth.

N 28 N 30 D 6 D 7 D 13 D 14 D 19 D 20 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 10 J 17 J 19 J 22 J 24 J 31 F 2 F 4 F 12 F 14 F 19 F 21 F 26 F 28 M 3 M 11 M 16 M 19

Indiana@ Illinois State@ Tulane# Southern Illinois# Long Island Arkansas State Texas Southern$ Santa Clara$ Brigham Young! Nebraska! Kansas! Norfolk State at San Diego State* SMU* TCU* at Rice* at Tulsa* San Jose State* Fresno State* San Diego State* at TCU* at SMU* Rice* Tulsa* at San Jose State* at Fresno State* at UNLV^ Arizona State% Gonzaga% Fresno State%

W W W W W L W W W W W W L W L W L W L L L W W W W W L W W L

82-65 84-63 76-63 80-66 102-83 82-86 70-53 81-72 73-53 87-62 76-65 86-67 72-81 77-68 76-83 65-63 63-64 68-62 76-91 67-76 84-126 94-82 69-50 72-62 65-48 92-78 59-64 90-73 78-70 83-85

@ - United Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Powerbar Invitational (Honolulu) $ - Zippy’s Invitational (Honolulu) $ - Hawai‘i-Nike Festival (Honolulu) ! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) % - National Invitation Tournament (sites vary)

Team Roster: Eric Ambrozich, Anthony “AC” Carter, Casey Cartwright, Erin Galloway, Rahula Hall, Chad Hook, Micah Kroeger, Luke Meyers, Greg Miller, Brian Moeller, Dean Penebacker, Michael Robinson, Robbie Robinson, Kelii Silva, Alika Smith, Ales Zivanovic Captain: Mike Robinson Home Attendance: 211,520 (9,615) Season Notes 4 UH earns second straight NIT bid, advanc-

ing to the tournament quarterfinals.

4 The ’Bows begin the season with upset

of Indiana and defeats No. 2 Kansas in the Rainbow Classic championship for the biggest upset in school history. 4 Hawai‘i enters the AP Poll for the first time in nearly 25 years and remains ranked for three straight weeks. 4 Senior guard Anthony Carter named WAC Pacific Division Player of the Year.

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1998-99

1999-2000

6-20 Overall 3-11 WAC (7th Pacific) Coach: Riley Wallace N 15 N 19 N 20 N 27 N 29 D 3 D 4 D 18 D 19 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 7 J 9 J 16 J 18 J 23 J 28 J 30 F 4 F 6 F 11 F 13 F 20 F 25 F 27

California L Nicholls State@ W Oklahoma State@ L Wichita State# W Auburn# L Cal State Northridge$ L Georgia State$ L Eastern Illinois% L St. Bonaventure% L SW Louisiana! W UNC-Charlotte! L Texas! L at UTEP* L at New Mexico* L Brigham Young* L Utah* L San Diego State* W at San Jose State* L at Fresno State* L UTEP* L New Mexico* W at Brigham Young* L at Utah* L at San Diego State* L San Jose State* W Fresno State* L

2000-01

17-12 Overall 5-9 WAC (6th) Coach: Riley Wallace 60-71 62-44 37-58 73-51 57-84 79-89 62-72 72-73 69-78 54-51 68-70 72-84 53-66 59-82 59-60 46-60 87-67 55-70 66-93 66-76 72-68 68-81 55-82 72-78 65-62 71-83

@ - VoiceStream Wireless Challenge (Honolulu) # - United Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) $ - PowerBar Invitational (Honolulu) % - Nike Festival (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game

Team Roster: Marquette Alexander, Casey Cartwright, Philipp Czernin, Erin Galloway, Gary Gillman, Damon Lee, Mike McIntyre, Brian Moeller, Geremy Robinson, Michael Robinson, Kelii Silva, Johnny White Captain: Mike Robinson Home Attendance: 149,351 (7,861) Season Notes 4 Erin Galloway sets new school record for

career field-goal percentage (.562). 4 Senior captain Mike Robinson ties school record with eight blocks in a win over San Jose State. 4 UH suffers just second losing mark in six years and fails to qualify for the WAC Tournament for the first time in school history.

N 19 N 21 N 26 N 28 D 4 D 5 D 8 D 20 D 21 D 22 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 8 J 12 J 15 J 20 J 22 J 29 F 3 F 5 F 10 F 12 F 17 F 19 F 26 M 4 M 9 M 10

Tennessee-Martin@ Bowling Green@ William & Mary# VMI# Prairie View A&M$ Pacific$ at USC Florida-Atlantic% Western Illinois% Creighton% Bradley! Colorado! Oregon! at UTEP* SMU* TCU* at Rice* at Tulsa* San Jose State* UTEP* Fresno State* at TCU* at SMU* Tulsa* Rice* at San Jose State* at Fresno State* vs. SMU^ at Fresno State^

W 84-68 L 49-53 W 89-63 W 78-61 W 77-59 W 72-42 L 56-85 W 87-60 W 72-58 W 73-53 W 67-63 W 76-74 W 66-63 L 83-95 L 73-79 W 90-86 W 68-65 L 78-100 W (ot)84-75 W 85-76 L 77-85 96-106 L L 73-89 L 61-75 W 90-63 L 50-67 L 69-79 W 87-82 L (2ot)100-103

@ - PEPSI ONE/NEXTEL Challenge (Honolulu) # - United Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) $ - Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu) % - Nike Festival (Honolulu) ! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Fresno, CA)

Team Roster: Marquette Alexander, Carl English, Todd Fields, Rahula Hall, Ryne Holliday, Bernard McIntosh, Mike McIntyre, Lane O’Connor, Troy Ostler, Nerijus Puida, Geremy Robinson, Predrag Savovic, Tre Stovall, Lance Takaki, Johnny White Captain: Marquette Alexander Home Attendance: 133,559 (avg. 7,029) Season Notes 4 One of the top turnaround teams in the

nation with an 11-win improvement from the previous year. 4 UH captures its second Rainbow Classic title in three years with win over Oregon. 4 Predrag Savovic named to the all-WAC Newcomer Team.

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2001-02

17-14 Overall 8-8 WAC (t-5th) Coach: Riley Wallace N 17 N 24 N 26 D 9 D 16 D 21 D 22 D 23 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 4 J 6 J 11 J 13 J 20 J 25 J 28 F 1 F 3 F 8 F 11 F 15 F 17 F 22 M 1 M 3 M 8 M 9 M 10 M 16

Louisville SE Louisiana@ San Diego@ at UCLA Texas-Pan American Georgia State# Cal State Northridge# UAB# Manhattan! Saint Louis! Tennessee! at TCU* at SMU* UTEP* Tulsa* San Jose State* at Rice* at Tulsa* Fresno State* Nevada* at Nevada* at Fresno State* SMU* Rice* TCU* at San Jose State* at UTEP* vs. TCU^ vs. Fresno State ^ at Tulsa ^ vs. Syracuse%

L 71-86 W 59-55 L 63-65 L 64-84 W 86-73 L 64-65 W 76-70 W 100-86 W 81-67 W 75-67 L 58-69 L 64-103 L 56-69 L 71-79 W 68-65 W (ot)65-64 L 64-70 L 67-79 W 91-73 W 76-69 L 60-73 63-86 L W 79-65 W 61-53 W 102-87 W 71-61 L 77-85 W 99-79 W 76-67 W (ot)78-72 L 69-79

@ - United Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Nike Festival (Honolulu) ! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Tulsa, OK) % - NCAA Tournament (Dayton, OH)

Team Roster: Mindaugas Burneika, Carl English, Todd Fields, David Hilton, Ryne Holliday, Phil Martin, Mike McIntyre, Lane O’Connor, Troy Ostler, Nerijus Puida, Bosko Radovic, Predrag Savovic, Haim Shimonovich, Lance Takaki, Ricky Terrell Captains: Troy Ostler, Nerijus Puida Home Attendance: 116,802 (avg. 6,489) Season Notes 4 Hawai‘i wins its second-ever WAC

Tournament championship with an improbable run in Tulsa, Okla. 4 The Rainbows make third trip to NCAA Tournament in program history, falling to Syracuse in the first round. 4 Riley Wallace earns WAC and NABC District 13 Coach of the Year honors.

27-6 Overall 15-3 WAC (1st) Coach: Riley Wallace N 16 N 18 N 23 N 24 N 25 N 27 D 10 D 14 D 19 D 21 D 22 D 27 D 29 J 3 J 5 J 10 J 12 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 31 F 2 F 7 F 9 F 16 F 21 F 23 F 28 M 2 M 7 M 8 M 9 M 15

Norfolk State@ Drake@ vs. Mercer# vs. Colorado State# vs. Wisconsin# Northwestern State Alcorn State San Diego State Portland! Iona! Georgia! Fresno State* Nevada* at UTEP* at Boise State* Louisiana Tech* SMU* at San Jose State* at Rice* at Tulsa* Boise State* UTEP* at SMU* at Louisiana Tech* San Jose State* Tulsa* Rice* at Nevada* at Fresno State* vs. San Jose State^ vs. Nevada^ at Tulsa^ vs. Xavier%

W W W L W W W L W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W L W W W L W W W W L

76-52 74-63 89-72 59-61 60-57 60-58 62-48 58-61 75-68 67-56 54-44 83-73 58-40 70-68 64-62 81-61 83-74 53-57 88-79 90-82 67-56 75-60 85-76 57-61 71-46 86-85 79-50 69-79 82-79 71-56 90-68 73-59 58-70

@ - Nike Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Big Island Invitational Tournament (Hilo, Hawai‘i) ! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Tulsa, OK) % - NCAA Tournament (Dallas, TX)

Team Roster: Nkeruwem “Tony” Akpan, Mindaugas Burneika, Mark Campbell, Carl English, Ryne Holliday, Paul Jesinskis, Gabe Lombard, Phil Martin, Mike McIntyre, Dan Pickart, Predrag Savovic, Haim Shimonovich, Lance Takaki, Luc-Arthur Vebobe, Milos Zivanovic Captains: Predrag Savovic, Mike McIntyre, Mindaugas Burneika Home Attendance: 126,274 (avg. 7,428) Season Notes 4 UH sets new school record with 27 wins. 4 The first and only team in school history to

win both the WAC regular-season and tournament titles in the same year. 4 Rainbows finish the season ranked No. 25 in the AP Poll. 4 Senior guard Predrag Savovic is named an AP honorable mention All-American.

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2002-03

2003-04

19-12 Overall 9-9 WAC (t-5th) Coach: Riley Wallace N 22 N 24 D 14 D 20 D 21 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 2 J 4 J 9 J 11 J 13 J 18 J 23 J 25 J 30 F 1 F 6 F 8 F 15 F 19 F 22 F 27 M 1 M 6 M 8 M 13 M 14 M 19 M 24

Arkansas-Little Rock@ W Texas A&M-Corpus Christi@W

at San Diego State Eastern Illinois# New Orleans# Bradley! Tennessee Tech! Butler! at UTEP* at Boise State* SMU* Louisiana Tech* Fresno State* at San Jose State* at Fresno State* at Nevada* Rice* Tulsa* at Louisiana Tech* at SMU* San Jose State* Nevada* at Kent State$ at Tulsa* at Rice* Boise State* UTEP* vs. Rice^ at Tulsa^ at UNLV% at Minnesota%

L W W W W W W L W W W L L L W W L L L W W L L W W W L W L

81-65 100-81 49-60 81-65 68-56 90-69 74-61 (ot)81-78 64-52 (ot)63-65 72-55 57-53 88-77 67-79 55-56 65-73 85-70 (ot)73-67 65-66 69-78 54-55 73-71 79-78 51-76 58-75 68-65 77-63 (ot)62-61 56-66 85-68 70-84

@ - Hawaiian Airlines Tip-off Tournament (Honolulu) # - Adidas Festival (Honolulu) ! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game $ - ESPN BracketBuster Saturday (Kent, OH) ^ - WAC Tournament (Tulsa, OK) % - National Invitation Tournament (sites vary)

Team Roster: Nkeruwem “Tony” Akpan, Ikaika Alama-Francis, Mark Campbell, Jason Carter, Carl English, Ryne Holliday, Michael Kuebler, Gabe Lombard, Phil Martin, Mike McIntyre, Vaidotas Peciukas, Dan Pickart, Haim Shimonovich, Lance Takaki, Milos Zivanovic Captain: Mark Campbell Home Attendance: 117,621 (avg. 7,351) Season Notes 4 UH overcomes 17-point deficit with less than five minutes remaining and eventually defeats Butler for second straight Rainbow Classic title. 4 UH advances to the WAC Tournament semifinals for the third straight season. 4 UH earns third straight postseason berth.

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2004-05

21-12 Overall 11-7 WAC (5th) Coach: Riley Wallace N 21 N 24 N 25 N 26 D 15 D 20 D 21 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 5 J 10 J 15 J 17 J 22 J 24 J 28 J 31 F 7 F 12 F 14 F 18 F 21 F 23 F 27 F 29 M 4 M 6 M 11 M 17 M 22 M 24

UC Santa Barbara vs. Santa Clara@ vs. Chaminade@ vs. Dayton@ Oregon State Texas Southern# New Orleans# Lamar! IUPUI! Fairfield! Fresno State* Nevada* at San Jose State* at SMU* at Louisiana Tech* UTEP* Boise State* at Rice* at Tulsa* San Jose State* Louisiana Tech* SMU* at Boise State* at Southern Illinois$ at UTEP* Tulsa* Rice* at Nevada* at Fresno State* vs. Rice^ at Utah State% Nebraska% at Michigan%

L 51-57 W 56-43 W 68-54 L 72-82 W (ot)70-67 W 97-67 W 92-64 W 94-88 W 82-64 W (ot)50-49 L 58-69 W 60-53 W 83-76 W 66-65 W 67-60 W 85-63 W 64-58 L 73-76 W (2ot)73-71 W 56-55 L 61-62 W 62-59 L 57-74 L 62-66 L 62-71 W 92-62 W 91-77 L 64-77 L 60-69 L 68-70 W 85-74 W 84-83 L 73-88

@ - EA Sports Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Maui) # - Adidas Festival (Honolulu) ! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game $ - ESPN BracketBuster Saturday (Carbondale, IL) ^ - WAC Tournament (Fresno, CA) % - National Invitation Tournament (sites vary)

Team Roster: Jeff Blackett, Jason Carter, Garland Gantt, Paul Jesinskis, Michael Kuebler, Logan Lee, Phil Martin, Bobby Nash, Vaidotas Peciukas, Julian Sensley, Haim Shimonovich, Jake Sottos, Milos Zivanovic Captains: Phil Martin, Haim Shimonovich Home Attendance: 126,539 (avg. 7,443) Season Notes 4 UH extends its Stan Sheriff Center win

2005-06

16-13 Overall 7-11 WAC (7th) Coach: Riley Wallace N 23 N 26 N 29 D 4 D 11 D 20 D 22 D 23 D 29 J 1 J 8 J 13 J 15 J 20 J 22 J 27 J 29 F 5 F 10 F 12 F 16 F 19 F 21 F 25 F 27 M 3 M 5 M 8 M 10

17-11 Overall 10-6 WAC (4th) Coach: Riley Wallace

Mississippi Valley St. W 71-58 Coastal Carolina W 72-65 Southern Illinois W 66-64 at Saint Louis W 53-52 Saint Mary’s (Calif.) W 84-77 Long Beach State! W 54-45 Oral Roberts! W 55-54 USC! W 72-68 at Fresno State* L 78-79 at Nevada* L 55-58 San Jose State* W 71-45 SMU* W 71-59 Louisiana Tech* L 59-61 at UTEP* L 70-71 at Boise State* L 76-80 Rice* W (ot)75-72 Tulsa* W 76-73 at San Jose State* W 84-73 at Louisiana Tech* L 70-71 at SMU* L 65-71 Boise State* W 81-67 Wisconsin-Milwaukee$ L 81-87 UTEP* L 67-71 at Tulsa* L 76-83 at Rice* L 61-80 Nevada* L 47-55 Fresno State* W 66-59 vs. San Jose State^ W 72-48 vs. UTEP^ L 62-80

! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game $ - ESPN BracketBuster Saturday (Honolulu) ^ - WAC Tournament (Reno, NV)

Team Roster: Jeff Blackett, Chris Botez, Seth Caine, Matt Gibson, Matt Gipson, Kris Groce, Kenny Kelly, Bobby Nash, Vaidotas Peciukas, Julian Sensley, Jake Sottos, Deonte Tatum, Milos Zivanovic Captain: Jake Sottos Home Attendance: 123,092 (avg. 7,241) Season Notes 4 UH opens the season with an 84-62 upset of No. 4 Michigan State. 4 Hawai‘i wins school-record fourth straight Rainbow Classic title.

N 19 N 22 N 26 D 6 D 10 D 17 D 20 D 22 D 23 D 27 D 29 J 5 J 12 J 14 J 21 J 23 J 28 J 30 F 2 F 4 F 11 F 13 F 18 F 22 F 25 M 2 M 4 M 9

Michigan State W 84-62 at UNLV L 61-67 Saint Louis W 82-64 UNLV W 78-72 at UW-Milwaukee L 52-58 Utah State* W 69-59 Loyola Marymount! W 66-63 Colorado State! L 61-67 Northwestern State! W 80-76 North Carolina A&T W 66-60 Penn L 55-58 Nevada* W (ot)73-69 at Louisiana Tech* L 62-65 at New Mexico State* L 84-87 Fresno State* W 73-65 Boise State* W 72-61 at Nevada* L 55-73 at Utah State* L 52-63 Idaho* W 81-61 San Jose State* W 83-68 at Boise State* 73-64 W at Fresno State* L 67-73 Santa Clara W 67-57 at Idaho* W 70-66 at San Jose State* W 61-60 New Mexico State* W 61-56 Louisiana Tech* L 48-51 vs. New Mexico State^ L 57-58

! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Reno, NV)

Team Roster: Chris Botez, Matt Gibson, Matt Gipson, Ahmet Gueye, Matt Lojeski, Jack Miller, Bobby Nash, Julian Sensley, Deonte Tatum, Hiram Thompson, Dominic Waters, John Wilder, Milos Zivanovic Captains: Deonte Tatum, Julian Sensley Home Attendance: 125,523 (avg. 7,384) Season Notes 4 Hawai‘i records seventh straight winning

season. 4 Dominic Waters named WAC Freshman of

the Year.

streak to 24 games, before falling to San Jose State. 4 UH defeats a ranked team on the road for the first time in school history with its NIT first-round win over No. 25 Utah State. 4 UH advances to the quarterfinals for the third time in its last five NIT appearances. 4 Michael Kuebler sets a single-season record with 97 3-pointers.

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2006-07

2007-08

18-13 Overall 8-8 WAC (t-5th) Coach: Riley Wallace N 10 N 13 N 19 N 23 N 24 N 25 N 19 D 5 D 16 D 20 D 22 D 23 D 28 J 4 J 6 J 11 J 13 J 18 J 20 J 25 J 29 F 1 F 3 F 10 F 12 F 14 F 17 F 24 M 1 M 3 M 8

at UNLV L 59-73 Coppin State W 79-67 Oregon State W 85-41 vs. Hofstra# W 80-79 vs. California# L 56-72 vs. Pacific# W 71-60 at Santa Clara L 59-68 UNLV L 58-61 Northwestern State W 89-78 San Francisco! W 89-85 Nebraska! W 81-72 Creighton! W 76-60 Tennessee-Martin W 66-53 at New Mexico State* L 86-92 at Louisiana Tech* L 67-70 Fresno State* W 83-66 Nevada* L (ot)66-68 at Idaho* L 75-76 at Boise State* L 62-73 San Jose State* W 72-52 Utah State* W 69-61 at Fresno State* 54-42 W at Nevada* L 68-69 Louisiana Tech* W 74-50 New Mexico State* L 68-71 at Utah State* L 50-58 at Long Beach State W 93-78 at San Jose State* W 67-55 Idaho* W 81-64 Boise State* W 92-75 vs. Utah State^ L 70-73

# - Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) ! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Las Cruces, NM)

Team Roster: Jared Dillinger, Todd Follmer, Matt Gibson, Ahmet Gueye, Matt Lojeski, Todd Lowenthal, Riley Luettgerodt, Bobby Nash, P.J. Owsley, Alex Veit, Stephen Verwers, Dominic Waters Captains: Matt Lojeski, Ahmet Gueye Home Attendance: 102,959 (avg. 6,435) Season Notes 4 The 20th and final season for head coach

Riley Wallace. 4 Wallace closes career with school-record

334 wins. 4 Rainbow Warriors notch eighth straight

winning season. 4 Matt Lojeski earns all-WAC second-team

honors.

2008-09

11-19 Overall 7-9 WAC (5th) Coach: Bob Nash N 9 N 16 N 18 N 21 N 27 D 2 D 9 D 19 D 21 D 22 D 27 D 30 J 3 J 5 J 12 J 14 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 31 F 2 F 9 F 16 F 20 F 23 F 28 M 1 M 6 M 8 M 13

San Diego L 72-73 Illinois L 77-79 Alcorn State W 84-55 at New Mexico L 60-89 Coppin State W 79-58 at San Diego L 67-81 Long Beach State W 61-57 Louisiana-Lafayette! L 59-61 St. John’s! L 62-68 Georgia! L 59-67 New Mexico L 68-78 Centenary W 74-66 at Utah State* L 80-86 at San Jose State* W 85-79 Nevada* L 59-77 San Jose State* W 65-64 Fresno State* W 75-62 at Boise State* L 80-95 at Idaho* W 58-53 New Mexico State* W 94-71 Louisiana Tech* W 71-57 at Nevada* L 68-88 Utah State* W 71-66 at Fresno State* L 65-70 at UC Riverside L 62-79 Idaho* L (ot)77-85 Boise State* L 71-78 at Louisiana Tech* L 62-69 at New Mexico State* L 71-106 vs. Boise State^ L 74-80

! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) * - Western Athletic Conference game ^ - WAC Tournament (Las Cruces, NM)

2009-10

13-17 Overall 5-11 WAC (8th) Coach: Bob Nash N 14 N 16 N 17 N 24 D 1 D 8 D 13 D 15 D 23 D 27 D 29 D 30 J 3 J 5 J 8 J 10 J 17 J 22 J 24 J 29 J 31 F 5 F 7 F 14 F 19 F 21 F 26 F 28 M 7 M 7

San Francisco$ Cal State Fullerton$ Idaho State Iowa State Prairie View A&M at Illinois Eastern Washington Chicago State UC Riverside Colorado State! George Washington! Pepperdine! Boise State* Louisiana Tech* at Idaho* at Boise State* San Jose State* at Nevada* Utah State* at Louisiana Tech* at New Mexico State* Fresno State* Idaho* Nevada* at Fresno State* UC Irvine at Utah State* at San Jose State* New Mexico State* vs. Fresno State^

L 70-75 L 76-90 W (ot)67-63 W 60-59 W 78-70 L 58-68 W 75-55 W 85-75 W 56-46 L 58-74 W 73-47 W 78-70 L 58-70 W 65-64 L 47-67 L 49-54 L 61-73 L 63-74 L 51-67 W 54-53 L 72-82 W 69-43 W 71-49 L 46-47 W 73-69 L 70-76 L 62-82 L 59-61 L 59-70 L 58-62

10-20 Overall 3-13 WAC (9th) Coach: Bob Nash N 13 N 15 N 16 N 20 N 27 D 2 D 6 D 9 D 12 D 22 D 23 D 25 D 28 J 2 J 4 J 9 J 11 J 17 J 21 J 23 J 28 J 30 F 6 F 13 F 15 F 20 F 25 F 27 M 4 M 6

Southern Utah$ W McNeese State$ W Northern Colorado L Brigham Young L New Mexico L at UC Irvine L Lamar W Chaminade W Chicago State W College of Charleston! W UNLV! L Saint Mary’s! L Northwestern State W Idaho* L Boise State* W at Fresno State* L at Utah State* L San Jose State* W New Mexico State* L Louisiana Tech* L at San Jose State* L at Nevada* L Fresno State* L at Louisiana Tech* L at New Mexico State* L Cal Poly L Utah State* L Nevada* W at Boise State* L at Idaho* L

65-48 73-65 75-81 65-83 71-83 70-80 96-78 70-61 83-58 84-71 53-77 75-84 81-62 52-59 76-68 64-78 54-98 68-67 69-71 60-65 60-83 60-66 51-61 60-66 64-88 89-102 50-61 74-63 63-82 69-78

$ - Verizon Wireless Tipoff Classic

$ - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

! - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu)

! - Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic (Honolulu)

* - Western Athletic Conference game

* - Western Athletic Conference game

^ - WAC Tournament (Reno, Nev.)

Team Roster: Bill Amis, Paul Campbell, Jared Dillinger, Matt Gibson, Riley Luettgerodt, Adhar Mayen, Bobby Nash, Kareem Nitoto, P.J. Owsley, Alex Veit, Stephen Verwers Captains: Matt Gibson, Riley Luettgerodt, Bobby Nash Home Attendance: 111,072 (avg. 6,171)

Team Roster: Brandon Adams, Beau Albrechtson, Bill Amis, Petras Balocka, Paul Campbell, Conrad Fitzgerald, Roderick Flemings, Adam Jespersen, Leroy Lutu, Adhar Mayen, Kareem Nitoto, Lasha Parghalava, Hiram Thompson, Ji Xiang Captain: Bill Amis Home Attendance: 117,779 (avg. 5,889)

Season Notes 4 Debut season for head coach Bob Nash. 4 UH’s first losing mark in nine years. 4 Seniors Matt Gibson and Bobby Nash each join 1,000-point club. 4 Gibson earns all-WAC second-team and all-defensive honors. 4 Bobby Nash sets new single-season mark for free-throw accuracy (.879).

Season Notes 4 UH wins a pair of nationally televised games versus Idaho State and at Fresno State. 4UH holds three straight opponents to under 50 points, a first in the modern era. 4 Roderick Flemings scores 37 points in a win over Eastern Washington, tying a Stan Sheriff Center record for points by a ’Bow. 4 Flemings earns all-WAC second-team and all-newcomer honors.

Team Roster: Brandon Adams, Beau Albrechtson, Petras Balocka, Paul Campbell, Rykin Enos, Roderick Flemings, Douglas Kurtz, Jeremy Lay, Leroy Lutu, Adhar Mayen, Hiram Thompson, Dwain Williams, Ji Xiang Captains: Bill Amis, Hiram Thompson Home Attendance: 119,004 (avg. 5,667) Season Notes 4 UH hosts the inaugural Hawaiian Airlines

Diamond Head Classic. 4 Roderick Flemings scores 39 points in a

loss to Cal Poly, setting a record for points by a ’Bow at the Stan Sheriff Center. 4 Flemings named all-WAC honorable mention. 4UH earns the program’s 1000th all-time victory with a 68-67 win over San Jose State.

4 Ahmet Gueye earns all-WAC all-defensive

honors.

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2010-11

19-13 Overall 8-8 WAC (t-5th) Coach: Gib Arnold N 12 N 13 N 15 N 19 N 24 D 1 D 4 D 11 D 17 D 22 D 23 D 25 D 29 D 31 J 6 J 8 J 13 J 15 J 20 J 22 J 29 F 3 F 5 F 14 F 19 F 24 F 26 M 3 M 5 M 9 M 15 M 19

Montana State$ W 77-59 Cal State Fullerton$ W 84-70 Central Michigan$ W 65-62 Central Arkansas W 83-69 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 70-63 at Cal Poly L 53-54 at Brigham Young@ L 57-78 Hawai`i Pacific W 72-50 Chicago State# W 86-57 Florida State! L 62-70 Utah! W 68-55 Mississippi State! W 68-57 at Utah State* L 66-74 at Nevada* L 69-86 Idaho* L 44-59 Boise State* L 55-79 at New Mexico State* L 64-82 at Louisiana Tech* W 56-48 Fresno State* W 62-52 San Jose State* W 67-61 Utah State* L (2ot)84-89 at Boise State* W 73-66 at Idaho* L 61-75 Nevada* W (ot)69-67 W 83-69 at UC Davis Lousisana Tech* W 71-58 New Mexico State* W 76-70 at San Jose State* W 77-71 at Fresno State* L 70-85 vs San Jose State% L 74-75 Portland^ W 76-64 San Francisco^ L 74-77

$ - Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Honolulu) @ - at Salt Lake City, Utah ! - Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic (Honolulu) #- at Lahaina, Maui * - Western Athletic Conference game %- Verizon Western Athletic Conference Tournament ^- CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament

Team Roster: Bill Amis, Dominick Brumfield, Bo Barnes, Jordan Coleman, Vander Joaquim, Zane Johnson, Douglas Kurtz, Bobby Miles, Jeremiah Ostrowski, Anthony Salter, Joston Thomas, Hiram Thompson, Trevor Wiseman Captains: Bill Amis, Hiram Thompson, Douglas Kurtz Home Attendance: 120,674 (avg. 6,531) Season Notes

4 UH nearly doubles win total from year

prior as Gib Arnold ties school-record for wins by first-year coach (19). 4 Rainbow Warriors make first postseason appearance in seven years with bid to the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. 4 All-WAC newcomer Zane Johnson drains a single-season record 98 three-pointers. 4Senior forward Bill Amis earns spot on allWAC second team.

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