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2011-12 St. Cloud State University

Husky Basketball

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T eam H eadshots

#4 Kevin Levandoski

#10 Brett Putz

#12 Tony Brooks

#14 Shaun Jensen

#20 Damarius Cruz

#22 Kenquane Brown

#24 Theo Rothstein

#32 Jon Christensen

#40 Ognjen Rebic

#42 Connor Niehaus

#44 Scott Hawkins

#50 James Fort

#52 Mike Rostampour

#54 Tim Bergstraser

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2011-12 SCSU Men’s Basketball Information

Founded.......................................................................................1869 Location.....................................................St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498 Enrollment.................................................................................17,231 Team Colors.......................................................... Cardinal and Black Team Nickname.......................................................................Huskies Home Arena.....................................Halenbeck Hall (6,927 capacity) National Affiliation..................................................... .NCAA Division II Conference Affiliation.......... Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference 2010-11 Overall Record..............................................................15-14 2010-11 NSIC Record/Finish.................................................12-10/6th Starters Returning/Lost...................................................................1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................................................6/5

SCSU Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff

Head Coach..........................................Kevin Schlagel (15th season) Alma Mater................................................. St. Cloud State University Office Phone.................................................................. 320-308-3297 Coach Schlagel’s e-mail......................... klschlagel@stcloudstate.edu Record at SCSU...............................................281-132 (13 seasons) Career Record................................................ 281-132 (13 seasons) Assistant Coach........................................Matt Reimer (15th season) Office Phone.................................................................. 320-308-4253 Coach Reimer’s e-mail...........................mmreimer@stcloudstate.edu Assistant Coach........................................... Dan DeWitt (1st season) Coach DeWitt’s email............................... dgdewitt@stcloudstate.edu Volunteer Assistant coach............................Jon Roesch (1st season)

SCSU Administrative Staff

President.............................................................. Dr. Earl H. Potter III Institutional Representative..........................................Dr. Bill Hudson Director of Athletics.....................................................Dr. Morris Kurtz Associate Athletics Director......................................... Dr. Sue Becker Associate Athletics Director...................................................Tracy Dill Assistant Athletics Director.................................................John Lewis Assistant Athletics Director.......................................... Scott Schreiner Assistant Athletics Director/Ticketing..............................Chad Sheetz Compliance Officer...................................................... Holly Schreiner Head Athletic Trainer...........................................Julie Alexander, ATC Men’s Basketball Trainer............................................Rachel Johnson Equipment Managers..................... Kay Czarnetzki and Bartt Gevens Athletic Media Relations Director/Basketball Contact...... Anne Abicht E-mail......................................................... aabicht@stcloudstate.edu Assistant AMR Director.....................................................Tom Nelson E-mail....................................................... tcnelson@stcloudstate.edu AMR Assistant............................................................ Aaron Swenson E-mail...................................................aaswenson@stcloudstate.edu AMR/Athletic Insurance Secretary/Graphic Design....... Terry Tschida

Important Numbers at SCSU

Athletic Office Phone..................................................... 320-308-3102 AMR Office Phone......................................................... 320-308-2141 AMR/Athletic Office FAX............................................... 320-308-2099 HAH Training Room......................................................320-308-2597 NHC Training Room......................................................320-308-5229 Equipment Room...........................................................320-308-2371 NHC Press Row............................................................320-308-5227 Husky Stadium Press Row............................................320-255-3220 Halenbeck Hall Press Row............................................320-308-5102 Ticket Information.......................... 320-308-2173 or 1-877-SCSUTIX SCSU Admissions Office....................... 1-877-654-7278 or 308-2244

www.stcloudstate.edu/athletics

Table of Contents Team Headshots............................................................. 2 Facts and Staff Information............................................. 3 SCSU Athletic Media Relations....................................... 4 SCSU Administration....................................................... 5 SCSU Traditions/Staff Phone Directory.......................... 6 SCSU Head Coaches and Staff...................................... 7 This is St. Cloud University............................................. 8 About St. Cloud State/St. Cloud Traditions................ 9-11 Prominent Alumni.......................................................... 12 This is St. Cloud State Athletics.................................... 13 Athletic Facilities....................................................... 14-15 Head Coach Kevin Schlagel.................................... 16-17 Assistant Coaches/Support Staff.............................. 18-19 2011-12 Team Roster.................................................... 20 Meet the Huskies - Player Bios................................ 21-34 2011-12 Season in Review........................................... 35 2011-12 Stats/Results/Box Scores........................... 36-45 2011-12 NSIC Opponents........................................ 46-50 The NSIC.................................................................. 51-52 2010-11 NSIC Statistical Leaders................................. 53 SCSU Conference Championships/Captains................ 54 Post Season Award Winners......................................... 55 St. Cloud State Record Book................................... 56-59 1,000 Point Club....................................................... 60-61 Team History............................................................ 62-65 All-Time Series Records........................................... 66-69 Post Season History...................................................... 70 Year-by-Year Individual Leaders................................... 71 St. Cloud State Coaching History................................. 72 All-Time Game Results............................................ 73-78 All-Time Player List.................................................. 79-80 Media Information..................................................... 81-82 2011-12 Schedule...........................................Back Cover

Fact Book Credits

The 2011-12 St. Cloud State University men’s basketball fact book is a production of the Husky Athletic Media Relations Office. Layout, writing and editing provided by Anne Abicht and Aaron Swenson. Assistance was provided by Director of Athletic Media Relations, Anne Abicht, and Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations Tom Nelson. Photographs are by University Photographer Neil Andersen and Richard Orr. All others are credited to the SCSU athletic files.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Intercollegiate program for men and women at St. Cloud State University is to provide quality athletic opportunities to men and women students who have specialized athletic interests and abilities. It is our belief that meaningful intercollegiate competitive experience will better enable the participants to make significant contributions to society. Finally, in spite of being in an era of uncertain state funding, SCSU is committed to providing a broad based program in which student-athletes can strive to pursue excellence in their chosen athletic and academic endeavors.

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Assistant Director of AMR

Tom Nelson

Director of Athletic Media Relations

Anne Abicht

Anne Abicht joined the St. Cloud State University staff in January of 1985 as the Sports Information Director. Since arriving on the SCSU campus, the athletic department moved its hockey program to NCAA Division I status, and added three women’s sports in women’s ice hockey, soccer and nordic skiing. During this growth period, Abicht has overseen a growth in staff in the department now known as Athletic Media Relations. SCSU has added a part-time office manager, a full-time assistants and two graduate assistants to assist in the coverage of the 21 sport program. She received CoSIDA’s 25-Year Award in July of 2006 and CoSIDA’s Trailblazer Award in July of 2007. Most recently, Abicht was named to the CoSIDA Board of Directors. Abicht graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth with a degree in mass communications and a minor in journalism. The Burnsville, Minn., native holds a master’s degree in sports management from St. Cloud State. Anne and her husband Dennis Lorsung, reside in St. Cloud.

Gradute Assistant AMR

Aaron Swenson

Tom Nelson joined the staff at St. Cloud State University as assistant athletic media relations director in 1996. A 1983 graduate of North Central College in Naperville, Ill., Nelson serves as the University’s men’s hockey contact and also coordinates the athletic web site at SCSU. Nelson previously worked at Aurora University and St. John’s University (Minn.) before making the move to St. Cloud State. An active member of CoSIDA, Nelson sits on that group’s Site Selection Committee. He has served as a media coordinator at numerous USA Hockey Player Development Camps and has been the media stewart for the MSHSL Class AA baseball tournament since 1997. A former member of the C.W. McCall Fan Club and an avid collector of salt and pepper shakers, Nelson resides in St. Cloud with his wife Colleen and their two children, Lauren and Patrick. Aaron Swenson is in his third year as an graduate-assistant pursuit of his Masters in Sports Management at St. Cloud State University. He comes to St. Cloud after working one year as the Sports Information Assistant at Augustana College. While in Sioux Falls, Swenson also worked as a freelance writer for the Sioux Falls Argus Leader. Swenson graduated from SCSU in the spring of 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications & Minor in Marketing. During his last year in undergraduate studies at SCSU, he was the President of the Society of Professional Journalists and Managing Editor of the University Chronicle. Swenson grew up in Delano, Minn. and graduated from Delano High School in 2003, where he was a three-sport athlete in football, basketball and baseball. He continues to pitch and play for the Delano Athletic’s in the North Star League. Ben Vondal is in his first year as a graduate assistant for the athletic media relations department at St. Cloud State. He is originally from Chatfield, Minn. where he competed in football, basketball and baseball in high school. He earned is Bachelor of Science in Sport Management from Minnesota State University, Mankato in the Spring of 2011. Where at MSU, he spent two and a half years interning for Minnesota State’s athletic communications department under the CoSIDA Hal of Fame living legend Paul Allan.

Graduate Assistant AMR

Ben Vondal

Athletic Media Relations Office Manager

Terry Tschida

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Athletic Media Relations Office Assistant

Starsha Vang


S t . C loud S tate U niversity A dministration Dr. Morris Kurtz arrived at St. Cloud State in the fall of 1984 following athletic administrative positions at both Penn State University and Memphis State University. At SCSU he served as Director of Men’s Athletics from 1984 to 1995 and as Director of Athletics of the combined men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletics since 1996. One of Dr. Kurtz’s most significant achievements has been to enhance the department’s fundraising program utilizing innovative solicitation techniques, marketing, promotional strategies and increased community involvement and support. The community support that has developed has been overwhelming. Under Dr. Kurtz’s direction, the Athletic Department has experienced tremendous growth and in doing so has become a rallying point for SCSU faculty, staff, students, alumni, the city of St. Director of Athletics Cloud, as well as the surrounding communities throughout Central Minnesota. The Husky Athletic Program has become nationally recMorris Kurtz ognized and has established itself as a competitive force in intercollegiate athletics while producing the highest caliber of studentathletes. Dr. Kurtz, his wife Janell Kurtz, a Professor in the G.R. Herberger College of Business, reside in St. Cloud and have a son David and daughter Stacey. Dr. Sue Becker was named the associate director of athletics/senior women’s administrator for the Huskies in December of 2005. She is responsible for directing the internal operations of the SCSU athletic department. Dr. Becker also oversees daily compliance operations in the athletic department. A 1982 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Dr. Becker served as the assistant softball and volleyball coach at Emporia State University (KS) while earning her master’s degree. Dr. Becker served as SCSU head softball coach from 1985 to 1991 and also from 1995 to 1997. She led the Huskies to a 242-162 overall record and two NCAA playoff appearances. From 1991 to 1994, Dr. Becker completed her doctorate degree at Oregon State University. Associate Athletic In 1997, Dr. Becker was named the Athletic DepartDirector ment’s compliance officer and she has also served as an associate professor in SCSU’s department of Health, Physical EducaDr. Sue Becker tion, Recreation and Sports Science since 1984. At UW-Eau Claire, Dr. Becker was a three-year letterwinner in volleyball and was a volleyball student assistant coach in 1982. A native of Stitzer, Wis., Dr. Becker resides in St. Cloud. After coaching men’s and women’s track and field and football at St. Cloud State, Tracy Dill was promoted to Associate Athletic Director for Marketing, Promotions and Fundraising in September of 1999. Since that time, he has been responsible for promoting, marketing and fundraising for the 21-sport SCSU athletic department. He has been instrumental in creating added visibility and broadening the SCSU branding program for intercollegiate athletics. Dill joined the SCSU athletic department in 1985 as an assistant football coach. In 1988, in addition to his football responsibilities, he was named head men’s track and field coach. In 1995, he resigned from his football coaching duties and became the head coach for both men’s and women’s track and field. As the men’s track coach, he coached 15 North Central Conference Indoor Track Associate Athletic Champions and 19 NCC Outdoor Champions. He coached three Director NCC Champions each in women’s indoor track and outdoor track. In addition, he coached 21 All-Americans and two National ChamTracy Dill pions. Dill is a native of Keota, Iowa. He has an undergraduate degree from William Penn College in Iowa and his master’s from St. Cloud State. He and his wife Kristy reside in St. Cloud and have two sons, Trey and Tye.

University President

Dr. Earl H. Potter III Dr. Earl H. Potter III was appointed St. Cloud State University’s 22nd president by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees, effective July 1, 2007. President Potter was attracted to Minnesota’s second largest university because it offers an affordable, highquality education and well-rounded college experience for students who hail from Minnesota and around the world. Under his leadership and a strong commitment to student success, academic distinction, global education, diversity, and community partnerships, the state’s most widely accredited undergraduate university will move forward as the flagship of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. SCSU’s newest president came from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, where he had served as executive vice president and provost since 2003. Previously, he was dean of the College of Business at Eastern Michigan University; dean of the School of Management at Lesley University; director for organizational development and employment services at Cornell University; associate dean for academics at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy; a fellow for the American Council on Education in the Office of the Chancellor at the University of Colorado; and chief negotiator for management and head of the Department of Economics and Management at the U. S. Coast Guard Academy. President Potter holds a Ph.D. in organizational psychology and a master’s degree in psychology, both from the University of Washington; and a bachelor’s degree in psychology with honors from Williams College. He also served in the U.S. Coast Guard from 1969 to 1993 and retired at the rank of captain.

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St. Cloud State Traditions: History of the Nickname

The Husky Nickname: St. Cloud State's nickname has gone through several changes over the years. Early nicknames included "Normals," "Teachers," "Bear Cats," "Peds," and "Flying Clouds." There are several theories about how the nickname "Huskies" began to be used. One says that it is a result of a student contest. Another suggests that the name originated with the football team. There was a story in the February 4, 1938, edition of the College Chronicle which referred to the "football huskies." Since huskies was not capitalized in the story, the author could have been referring to the team's size, and this possibly led to the nickname. Another theory is that the nickname originated within the football team. "I think it occurred during Coach Kasch's days as football coach (1935-42)," said John Weisman, former SCSU Dean of Men and former coach. "The team just started calling themselves the "Huskies." Why the name was chosen or who exactly selected it remains unclear. The name could have been intended to mean "burly, robust or large," "one that is husky," or "a heavily coated working dog of the arctic region.” Perhaps the nickname was meant to encompass all three meanings. Regardless of its origin, the Husky nickname continues to represent SCSU as a symbol and image of strength.

The St. Cloud State Rouser

Oh, here we are, the gang and all, to cheer our team to victory. SCSU has heard the call, We're here to show our loyalty, RAH! RAH! Come on team fight, We'll win this game, and to our colors we'll be true. We'll sing our song, both loud and long, to victory — S.C.S.U.

The St. Cloud State Hymn

Sing to thee our Alma Mater, High on oak-crowned banks, Emblem of our search for knowledge, Symbol of our youthful ranks, Filled with fires of true ambition, Let us ever be; Loyal to thy fine tradition, Hail St. Cloud, to thee. By the river’s flowing water, By its islands fair, may the loyal sons and daughters, thy enduring friendship share. May they with sincere ambition, through the years e’er be; Loyal to thy fine tradition, Hail St. Cloud, to thee.

SCSU At hletic Dept. Phone Director y

Name Anne Abicht Julie Alexander Jerry Anderson Dr. Sue Becker Michelle Blaeser Cheryl Boesche Matt Chapman Steve Costanzo Kay Czarnetzki Bryan DeMaine Tracy Dill Pat Dolan Jim Fetter Lori Fish Jeremy Frost Bartt Gevens Mike Gibbons Jeff Giesen Steve Grimit Jeff Hegle Becky MCabe Dr. Bill Hudson Steve Johnson Rachel Johnson Dr. Morris Kurtz Judi Larkin John Lewis Denny Lorsung Jim Louis Joe Meierhofer Jeremiah Minkel Bob Motzko Tom Nelson Doug Patterson Marci Peniata Matt Reimer Kevin Schlagel Holly Schreiner Scott Schreiner Brian Sebera Ron Seibring Chad Sheetz Ian Shoemaker Larry Sundby Cindy Terwey Therese Todd Terry Tschida Glen Tuomaala Paula U’Ren Scott Underwood Megan Vogel Brady Wilson Travis Zins

Sport................................................................................ Number* Athletic Media Relations....................................................308-2141 Head Athletic Trainer............................................. 308-3827/2597 M/W Tennis..................................................................... 308-5269 Associate Athletic Director.................................................308-3102 Volleyball..........................................................................308-3140 Administrative Specialist...................................................308-3102 Business and Hockey Operations...................................... 308-2375 Wrestling/Strength-Conditioning...................................... 308-2996 Equipment Manager........................................................ 308-2633 Athletic Trainer................................................................ 308-2588 Associate Athletic Director.................................................308-4924 Baseball.......................................................................... 308-3702 Asst. Women’s Hockey...................................................... 308-4806 Women’s Basketball......................................................... 308-2230 Nordic Ski.........................................................................308-2245 Equipment Manager........................................................ 308-2633 Asst. Men’s Hockey.......................................................... 308-4806 Women’s Hockey.............................................................. 308-4806 Asst. Football . .................................................................308-3251 Swimming & Diving......................................................... 308-4266 Soccer.............................................................................. 308-4967 Faculty Representative......................................................308-2241 Asst. Men’s Hockey.......................................................... 308-4806 Athletic Trainer................................................................ 308-2590 Athletic Director................................................................308-3102 M & W Golf.......................................................................259-7745 Asst. Athletic Director........................................................308-5218 Concessions/Game Operations......................................... 308-3208 Asst. Football................................................................... 308-3699 Director of Operations - NHC.....................................................308-3327 Hockey Equipment Manager..............................................308-2371 Men’s Hockey.................................................................. 308-4806 Athletic Media Relations................................................... 308-5400 Asst. Football................................................................... 308-6693 Assistant Volleyball...........................................................308-2051 Asst. Men’s Basketball...................................................... 308-4253 Men’s Basketball.............................................................. 308-3297 Compliance...................................................................... 308-2292 Marketing & Promotions.................................................. 308-2293 Track & Field/Cross Country.............................................308-2242 Dir. of Rec. Sports/Intramurals........................................ 308-3325 Business Manager/Tickets................................................308-2137 Asst. Football................................................................... 308-3070 Asst. M/W Tennis............................................................. 308-0847 Administrative Specialist...................................................308-3102 Administrative Specialist.................................................. 308-4806 Insurance/AMR/Graphic Design.......................................308-2141 Husky Sports Band Director...............................................308-3201 Softball........................................................................... 308-2900 Football............................................................................ 308-4113 Assistant Women’s Basketball.......................................... 308-5929 Assistant Wrestling............................................................308-4194 Strength & Conditioning....................................................308-1255

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Office Numbers: St. Cloud State University Athletics Main Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308-3102 SCSU Ticket Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-877-SCSUTIX or 308-2137 SCSU Admissions Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-877-654-7278 or 308-2244 SCSU Athletic Office FAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308-2099 SCSU Athletic Media Relations Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308-2141 Halenbeck Hall Training Room 308-2597 National Hockey Center Training Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308-5229 Halenbeck Hall Weight Room 308-1255 National Hockey Center Weight Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308-5575 Halenbeck Hall Aquatics Center 308-2632 National Hockey Center Office 308-4806 Press Box Numbers: Husky Stadium - Soccer/Football Press Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 255-3220 Halenbeck Hall - Basketball/Volleyball Press Row . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308-5102 National Hockey Center Press Box 308-5227

*All campus phone numbers proceeded with (320) area code **All campus e-mail addresses completed by @StCloudState.edu

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SCSU H ead C oaches and S taff

St. Cloud State University Head Coaches and Staff

Jerry Anderson M & W Tennis

Jeremy Frost Nordic Ski

Kevin Schlagel Men’s Basketball

Bartt Gevens Equipment Manager

Scott Schreiner Assistant A.D.

Michelle Blaeser Volleyball

Steve Costanzo Wrestling

Pat Dolan Baseball

Jeff Giesen Women’s Hockey

Jeff Hegle M & W Swimming and Diving

Becky Heiberger Soccer

Scott Underwood Football

Paula U’Ren Softball

Sara Granheim Development

Dr. Bill Hudson Faculty Rep.

Cindy Terwey Office Administrator

Julie Alexander Head Athletic Trainer

John Lewis Assistant A.D.

Therese Todd Office Administrator

Judi Larkin M & W Golf

Bob Motzko Men’s Hockey

Cheryl Boesche Office Administrator

Kay Czarnetzki Equipment Manager

Jeremiah Minkel Equipment Manager

Terry Tschida AMR Office Administrator Insurance Coordinator Graphic Design

Brian Sebera M & W Track and Field Cross Country

Lori Fish Women’s Basketball

Chad Sheetz Assistant A.D.

Glen Tuomaala Husky Sports Band Director

Holly Schmidtbauer Compliance

Travis Zins Strength & Conditioning

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St. Cloud State University


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S t . C l o ud S tat e U n i v e rs i t y

Education for Life

Visit Us On The Web:

http://www.stcloudstate.edu/athletics

We ARE ST. CLOUD STATE... Minnesota’s second-largest university, with more than 17,200 students, is located about an hour northwest of Minneapolis, along the oakcrowned west bank of the Mississippi River. The 100-acre campus is between downtown St. Cloud and the Beaver Islands, a group of more than 30 islands that form a natural maze for a two-mile stretch of the river. St. Cloud State’s undergraduate programs hold nearly every available national accreditation. Students choose from more than 200 majors, minors and pre-professional programs, including regional rarities such meteorology and geographic information systems. The School of Graduate Studies offers more than 60 programs, including doctoral degrees in Higher Education Administration and Educational Administration and Leadership, as well as a Master of Business Administration from the acclaimed Herberger Business School. Master’s degrees in regulatory affairs and services and applied clinical research tap a growing demand for professionals who can lead medical device companies through Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and international regulatory processes. Minnesota is home to nearly 600 FDA-approved medical device manufacturers. Founded in 1869 as a state normal school, St. Cloud State has evolved into a comprehensive university with all the institutions that make college life exciting: events and activities, art galleries, theatre, about 250 clubs and organizations, NCAA athletics, club sports, intramurals, indoor recreation opportunities and outdoor pursuits. The campus nerve center is our stateof-the-art library. Four Pillars

Key elements of a St. Cloud State education are: Community Engagement – we must be what we teach in order to provide our students role models and real-life in action examples of what they are leaning in the classroom Active Learning – we must provide opportunities to put classroom learning into action in order to provide our students with practical experience and reinforcement of their learning Sustainability in its broadest sense – we must tend to our community as well as the physical environment so that our students can have real opportunities to succeed Globalization – we must be attentive to a changing world and agile in our adaptation to new developments in order to ensure that our students are prepared for a world in which nothing is static and knowledge rapidly becomes obsolete

St. Cloud State by the Numbers • • • • • • •

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National Hockey Center’s Section 108 hosts college hockey’s fiercest fans. Noted economists have spoken at the Winter Institute for nearly 50 years.

Did You Know...    

Facts about the city of St. Cloud and the Central Minnesota region: • 5 colleges & universities • Home to world-renowned gardens • 18 movie theaters • Over 200 restaurants • 5 live theaters • 28 city & county parks • More than 4000 employers • Located in heart of Minnesota’s scenic Central Lakes Region • Major retail center, featuring lively downtown area and Crossroads Shopping Center Climate Coldest Month: December Hottest Month: July Annual Avg. Rain: 29 inches Annual Avg. Snowfall: 46.8 inches

Fall 2011 enrollment was 17,231, including 1,695 graduate students. The Bridges is a scenic 2.72-mile exercise route. Hundreds of courses offered online each semester. More than 3,200 bachelor’s degrees were conferred during 2010-11. Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education has 300 survivor videos. Earl H. Potter III is the school’s 22nd president. The University’s first building was purchased in 1869 for $3,000.

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St. Cloud State university

AT a GLANCE. . . Established in 1869, St. Cloud State University has grown into the largest campus in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system and the second-largest public university in Minnesota. TYPE OF COLLEGE: A four-year, public, residential, liberal arts and sciences university with 47 academic departments LOCATION: A 100-acre campus on the Mississippi River in St. Cloud, about an hour from Minneapolis and St. Paul POPULATION: St. Cloud, which has more than 60,000 residents, is the core city of a three-county Metropolitan Statistical Area with a population of 183,000 STUDENTS: Fall 2011 enrollment of almost 18,000 students. ACADEMICS: Nearly 200 majors, minors and pre-professional programs; more than 50 graduate programs, including an Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration CALENDAR: Two 15-week semesters and a summer session that offers more than 900 courses and enrolls nearly 6,000 students FACULTY: 93 percent of classes are taught by professors STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO: 19:1 RESIDENTIAL LIFE: 3,200 students are housed in nine residential communities ACTIVITIES: Nearly 250 clubs and organizations ATHLETICS: Nine men’s teams and 10 women’s teams compete at the NCAA Division II level in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference; the Division I women’s and men’s hockey teams compete in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association; club sports include rugby, crew, lacrosse, cycling and more RECREATION: Offerings include fitness, aquatics, intramurals, rock climbing, outdoor activities and a challenge course; facilities include two pools, two gymnasiums, 200-meter track, year-round turf field, two ice sheets, bowling alley, dance studio, ball diamonds and a student recreation center COST FOR 2010-11: In-state tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board is $14,160 FINANCIAL AID: Students receive more than $112 million in scholarships, grants, loans and student work opportunities each year

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The Granite City . . .

The city of St. Cloud, home to St. Cloud State University, is located in the heart Minnesota’s scenic Central Lakes Region along the wooded banks of the Mississippi and Sauk Rivers -- 65 miles northwest of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. St. Cloud serves as the commercial and business hub for over 160,000 people and three counties. The area is at the center of one of Minnesota's fastest growing metropolitan area. Incorporated in 1856, St. Cloud served as a stop on the famed Red River Trail. The city’s location on the Mississippi River, helped St. Cloud grow as a center for the lumber industry. Another local resource closely identified with the region is granite. The first granite in the area was quarried in 1869, and the industry rapidly helped St. Cloud gain the nickname “Granite City.” In addition to a strong economic environment, St. Cloud offers very ample and diverse opportunities in education, recreation and the arts. Some of those highlights include nearby access to top-notch fishing, camping and hunting; renowned international gardens (across the river from campus); a lively downtown retail and entertainment district and great shopping at the region’s largest mall - Crossroads Center and along the city’s Division Street. The St. Cloud metropolitan area is comprised of the three counties of Stearns, Benton and Sherburne, and is the political, cultural, commercial, and manufacturing center for all of central Minnesota.  Access to St. Cloud is easy, with the city served daily by bus (Greyhound) and train (Amtrak). The St. Cloud Airport offers service for private planes, while a bus link to the Northstar commuter rail in nearby Big Lake began regular daily service in 2010.

The Cities . . .

SCSU students also benefit from the University’s location, which is approximately one hour northwest of the Twin Cities (an easy drive from campus). One of the nation’s great metropolitan areas, Minneapolis-St. Paul offers a bounty of cultural and entertainment opportunities. The Cities are home to world-class museums, theaters, restaurants and one of the largest shopping malls in the world (Mall of America). Sports fans are also in heaven as Minneapolis-St. Paul is home to the Twins (MLB), The Wild (NHL), Timberwolves (NBA), Lynx (WNBA) and Vikings (NFL).

Total Access SCSU location on I-94 makes it an easy place to get to! Mileage to SCSU: Twin Cities Bemidji, Minn. Fargo, N.D. Chicago, Ill. Denver, Colo. Des Moines, Iowa Duluth, Minn.

65 163 175 480 869 308 147

Green Bay, Wis. 350 LaCrosse, Wis. 232 Los Angeles, Calif. 1880 Mankato, Minn. 141 Milwaukee, Wis. 407 New York, N.Y. 1268 Omaha, Neb. 374 Redwood Falls, MN 85 Rochester, Minn. 158 St. Louis, Mo. 618 Sioux Falls, S.D. 218 Winnipeg, Mant. 388

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S t . C loud S tate P rominent A lumni

Look Who Has Attended St. Cloud State University • Tyler Arnason, 2001 - played in the NHL for Chicago, Ottawa, Colorado. • Todd Bouman, 1996 - played in the NFL for Minnesota, New Orleans, Jacksonville, Baltimore • Joanne Benson, 1964 - former Lt. Governor of Minnesota and state legislator. • Casey Borer, 2007 - plays professional hockey in the Carolina (NHL) organization. • Dick Bremer, 1977 - long-time play-by-play announcer for the Minnesota Twins. • Tim Conboy, 2003 - played in the NHL for Carolina. • Matt Cullen, 1998 - currently playing professional hockey for Minnesota Wild (NHL). • Ty Ellingson, 1982, Hollywood concept designer and effects art director

Dick Bremer

• Matt Hendricks, 2004 - plays professional hockey for Washington (NHL) • Bonnie Henrickson, 1986 - head women’s basketball coach at the Kansas University.

Matt Cullen

• Jim Eisenreich, 1980 - former major league baseball player. • Jeff Finger, 2003 - played in NHL for Colorado and Toronto. • Andew Gordon, 2007 - played in NHL for Anaheim • Ann Govednik Van Steinburg, 1939 - competed in 1932 & 1936 Olympics with U.S. swim team. • Dave and Jim Hazewinkel, 1966 & 1967 - U.S. Olympic wrestling team in 1968 and 1972. • Mark Hartigan, 2002 - member of the 2008 Stanley Cup Champions Detroit Red Wings (NHL).

Les Wolff

• Bret Hedican, 1992 - played NHL hockey with St. Louis, Vancouver, Florida, Carolina and Anaheim. • Ralph Heimdahl, 1930- creator and producer of the Bugs Bunny cartoons. • Larry Heinemi, 1965 - professional wrestler, who competed as Lars Anderson.

Bonnie Henrickson

• Bill Hudson, WCCO TV news reporter • Rob Hudson, 1993 - TV personality in Montana • Tami and Toni Jameson, 1990 - participated in 1992 Olympics in team handball. • Joe Jensen, 2006 - played professional hockey in the Carolina (NHL) organization. • Ryan Malone, 2003 - currently playing professional hockey for Tampa Bay (NHL). • Van Nelson, 1968 - educator, member of 1968 USA Olympic track team. • Andreas Nodl, 2008 - plays professional hockey with Philadelphia (NHL) • Keith Nord, 1979 - played pro football for Minnesota (NFL).

Jim Eisenreich

• Mark Parrish, 1998 - played in the NHL for Tampa Bay, Dallas, Minnesota, Florida, NY Islanders and Buffalo.

Jeff Passolt

• Jeff Passolt, 1981 - news anchor for KMSP (Ch. 9) in Minneapolis-St. Paul. • Reggie Perkins, 1988 - played for the Harlem Globetrotters. • Eldon “Rip” Repulski, played major league baseball from 1953-1961. • John Stumpf, 1976 - president and CEO of Wells Fargo. • Sven Sundgaard, 2003 - KARE 11 meteorologist • John Tobler, 1969 - former member of U.S. national diving team. A national and world diving champion. • Duvie Westcott, 2001 - played professional hockey for the Columbus (NHL) Bluejackets. • Ryan Weber, 2003, founder of W3i, a global interactive-media company

Reggie Perkins

Ryan Malone

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• Les Wolff. 1966 - professional wrestler who competed as Buddy Wolf.

Rip Repulski

Matt Hendricks

Bret Hedican

Todd Bouman

Rob Hudson


This Is

BeNCHMARK FACILITIES

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A thletic F acilities

ST. CLOUD STATE FACILITIES FIRST CLASS PROGRAMS...FIRST CLASS FACILITIES St. Cloud State University's tradition of excellence in athletics is mirrored by the many outstanding athletic facilities that are featured on the SCSU campus. The majority of SCSU's home sporting events take place at the following locations on campus: Halenbeck Hall, Husky Stadium, Selke Field, Dick Putz Field, and the National Hockey Center. HISTORIC SELKE FIELD: Selke Field is the home to Husky softball, which placed third in the nation in 2004. The softball diamond is located in the southeast corner of the Selke Field athletic complex. Bleachers and two dugouts complete the playing area. In addition, the SCSU baseball team has a practice field at Selke, and SCSU students use the facility for intramural soccer and touch football. HUSKY STADIUM: The newest addition to the SCSU facilities list is Husky Stadium, which opened in September 2004. This multi-purpose facility offers seating for 4,198 spectators and is the home to SCSU football and soccer. The field overlooks the scenic Mississippi River and features a state-of-the-art synthetic playing surface along with lights for night play. In the winter months, the field is covered with an inflatable bubble that provides an outstanding practice space for many of the SCSU athletic teams and SCSU’s recreation sports programs. Other features of the facility include a press box, President’s Suite, concession stands, ticket booths and bathroom facilities. The stadium is connected to Halenbeck Hall by a new student recreation facility that features a massive fitness center, climbing walls, classrooms, dance studios, snack bar, office space and storage locations. Halenbeck Hall: Halenbeck Hall was completed and dedicated in 1965. The main gymnasium of Halenbeck Hall has a seating capacity of 6,451. Volleyball, men's and women's basketball, wrestling, and swimming all compete in the main area of Halenbeck. In the summer of 2001, a new wooden floor, arena seating and scoreboard were installed, which makes Halenbeck one of the best courts in the NSIC. The Halenbeck Aquatics Center has seating capacity for 500 spectators. Its features include a six-lane pool and a diving well with one and three meter boards. HALL OF FAME: Halenbeck Hall is home to the SCSU Athletic Hall of Fame, which was completed in the spring of 1996. The Hall of Fame is located in the south lobby of the main gymnasium and houses the Hall of Fame plaques, as well as trophy cases for each of the Huskies' sports. The building also houses several classrooms, a complete computer lab and offices for the coaches and athletic administrative staff. Halenbeck HALL SOUTH: Halenbeck Hall South was completed in 1980. It provides SCSU with an indoor training facility for track, soccer, baseball, softball, and tennis. The major feature of Halenbeck South is an activity center and multiple purpose area bordered by a running track. A new surface was installed in the Halenbeck South Fieldhouse during the summer of 2006. The facility also houses six regulation size racquetball courts, a wrestling practice room, intramural offices, climbing wall and a human performance laboratory. To the east of Halenbeck and Halenbeck South are outdoor tennis courts. NORDIC SKI: SCSU's nordic ski team practices at nearby Riverside Park, which is located directly across the Mississippi River from the SCSU campus. The Mississippi River also provides many recreation opportunities for the outdoor sports enthusiast, including fishing, canoeing and hiking.

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A thletic F acilities The National Hockey Center: The National Hockey Center is home to Husky hockey and opened its doors in December of 1989. Its main features include two Olympic size sheets of ice measuring 200' by 100'. The main rink has a seating capacity for 5,763 fans and sports five VIP boxes located on the east end of the arena. Twelve locker rooms, a fully-equipped athletic training room, a fitness center, an equipment and drying room, a players lounge, classroom, manager's office, coaches offices and two Zambonis fill the lower level. the mac: Baseball is played at the St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex, located at the west end of St. Cloud. The complex features two of the finest baseball fields in the state - Dick Putz Field and Joe Faber Field. weight training: St. Cloud State athletes have access to two weight training rooms. Athletes can train in the well-equipped, spacious, free weight rooms in Halenbeck and the NHC. athletic training: St. Cloud State athletes have access to two athletic training rooms. Athletes can get treatment in the well-equipped, spacious, training rooms in Halenbeck and the NHC.

Previous page (top to bottom): Husky Stadium, Halenbeck Hall Main Gymnasium, Halenbeck Hall Aquatic Center, St. Cloud State Student Fitness Center, Halenbeck Hall South Fieldhouse, and inside of the dome that covers Husky Stadium during the winter months. This page (top to bottom): Historic Selke Field (softball), Joe Faber Field (baseball), inside of men’s hockey locker room (NHC), inside of men’s football locker room (Husky Stadium), Husky Stadium for soccer, Halenbeck Hall Wrestling Room, Halenbeck Hall Athletic Training Room, NHC Weight Room and the National Hockey Center packed for another SCSU men’s hockey game.

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H ead C oach K evin S chlagel

Kevin

SCHLAGEL Head Coach 15th Season St. Cloud State Kevin Schlagel has been associated with the St. Cloud State basketball program for much of his adult life, first as a player, followed by 18 years as the top assistant, and then in 1997 being named the head coach of Husky Basketball. It is appropriate that he became the winningest head coach in St. Cloud State men’s basketball on Feb. 21, 2009 when he captured his 232nd career win in an 80-74 win at Minnesota, Crookston. His pride in SCSU basketball is evident in his successful background and displayed by the way in which he has led the program year after year. Schlagel’s teams have won 17 or more games 12 times during his 14-year tenure and have been 20-game winners on seven occasions. His greatest success at the helm of the Huskies was during the 2009-10 season. The Huskies advanced to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight in Springfield, Mass., won their quarterfinal game, 92-88, over Midwestern State (TX) University, and advanced to the Final Four where the season came to an end in a 76-70 loss to the number two-ranked team in the country Indiana University Pennsylvania (IUP). It marked the second time in school history that the Huskies advanced to the Elite Eight and the first time that St. Cloud State won a game in the tournament. The Huskies had a phenomenal play-off run winning the 2010 NSIC/Sanford Health Men’s Basketball Tournament and the 2010 NCAA Division II Central Region Championship to advance to the Elite Eight. St. Cloud State won seven straight tournament games. With a 29-6 overall record, Schlagel’s 2009-10 squad posted the most wins in school history. Since Schlagel was named head coach at SCSU, the Huskies have compiled a 281-132 overall record. Along the way, SCSU has won a North Central Conference regular season title in 2002-03 (the first since the Huskies’ triple crown in 1986, 1987 and 1988), has been selected for NCAA tournament play seven times since 2000 (2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010), and the Huskies won the NCC Wells Fargo Finals tournament twice in the tournament’s five-year history. In 2009-10 the Huskies finished second in the NSIC regular season standings and won its second NSIC/Sanford Health Tournament title in as many years. During the 2008-09 season, St. Cloud State’s first as a member of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, Schlagel’s squad finished third in the regular season and went on to claim the 2009 NSIC/Sanford Health Tournament Championship and an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. In NCAA tournament games, Schlagel’s troops advanced to the regional finals in 2001 and 2010, and also collected a first round win in 2003. In addition, his players have consistently been recognized for excellence throughout his tenure. For four straight years and five times since 2000, a Schlagel coached player has been named the NCC Defensive Player of the Year. In 2005, outgoing senior Steve Trull earned the honor, following in the footsteps of Alex Carlson (2004) and Jason Kron (2000, 2002, 2003). In addition, the Huskies have gained several other league honors as Forrest Witt was named the MVP of the Wells Fargo Finals in 2001 and 2003.Witt’s younger brother Taylor, continued the tradition winning MVP honors in the 2009 NSIC Sanford Health Tournament. In the 1998-99 season, Rado Rancik was voted the NCC Freshman of the Year. To complete the scene, in 1997-98 Jon Hinzman earned All-America and NCC Most Valuable Player honors. During the 2009-10 season Matt Schneck set a new standard as he was named to three All-American teams (First Team NABC and DII Bulletin/Third Team Daktronics), was named the 2010 Player of the Year in the NSIC, the MVP of the NSIC/Sanford Health Tournament,

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H ead C oach K evin S chlagel the Most Outstanding Player of the Central Region Tournament, and was named to the Elite Eight All-Tournament team.

The Schlagel File

An assistant coach for former head coaches Butch Raymond, Sam Skarich and Noel Olson, Schlagel has been on the coaching staff at St. Cloud State since 1980.

Years

Position and School

1972-76 1977-80 1980-97 1997 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 at SCSU Head Coach at Shellsburg H.S. (Iowa) Assistant Coach at SCSU (worked with Noel Olson, Sam Skarich and Butch Raymond) Named SCSU Head Coach 17-10, 12-6 NCC 14-13, 8-10 NCC 18-10, 10-8 NCC; NCAA Division II playoffs 25-6, 13-5 NCC; Wells Fargo NCC Finals; Champions; NCAA Division II playoffs Region runner up 21-7, 12-6 NCC; back-to-back 20-wins 26-5, 13-3 NCC; NCC Champions; Wells Fargo Finals Champs; NCAA Division II Region Semifinalist 17-11, 7-7 NCC 21-8, 7-5 NCC 20-11, 8-4 NCC; NCAA Division II Region Qualifier 19-11, 7-5 NCC; NCAA Division II Region Qualifier 17-11, 5-7 NCC; Ranked as high as 8th in the Nation 22-9, 14-6 NSIC (3rd); 2009 NSIC/Sanford Health Tournament Champions, NCAA Division II Playoffs 29-6, 16-4 NSIC (2nd); 2010 NSIC/Sanford Health Tournament Champions, NCAA Division II Central Region Champions, NCAA Division II Elite Eight Semifinals 15-14, 12-10 NSIC (T-6th); Runner Up at NSIC Tournament

He started his association with the SCSU program in 1972 as a player for Olson. As a senior, Schlagel helped guide SCSU to a Northern Intercollegiate Conference title in 1975-76. Following his graduation in 1976, Schlagel was the head basketball coach at Shellsburg (Iowa) High School from 1977-80. He returned as an assistant to Olson and has since been a vital member of the Husky coaching staff since 1980 - including an 11-game stretch in 1983-84 when Schlagel served as the interim head coach. As an assistant to Raymond, Schlagel was part of SCSU’s triple crown in the North Central Conference as the Huskies won three consecutive conference titles from 1985 to 1988. The Huskies posted a 76-15 record during those three campaigns and also advanced to the NCAA Division II playoffs in each of those seasons. In 1986-87, the Huskies advanced to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA playoffs for the first time in school history. Schlagel believes his tenure at SCSU has provided him with the experience necessary to be successful as a collegiate head coach. “I have had a great experience at St. Cloud State,” Schlagel noted, “I have learned a lot about basketball from the coaches I have worked with and one of those things is to have fun within the game.”

Career Record: 281-132 (14 years) Career NCC Record: 102-66 (11 years) Career NSIC Record: 42-20 (3 years)

“Our goal every season is to win a conference title and qualify for the NCAA playoffs. In order to accomplish those goals, the first step is to play to our potential every time we hit the court. I want our players to know that when we walk into the locker room after the game, we gave our best effort.” Schlagel hopes to build on the success that made SCSU one of the elite programs in the NCC, as they begin their tenure in the NSIC. His game plan will center on an up-tempo style of play one that has been a trademark of Husky basketball. “We like to be up-tempo and aggressive in our style of play,” Schlagel said. “On offense and defense, we will be looking to force the action as much as possible.” To fill his roster each season, Schlagel will be looking for talented well rounded student-athletes. “When it comes to recruiting, we will be looking for quality studentathletes who have demonstrated good citizenship throughout their high school and collegiate careers.” A native of Rush City, Minn., Schlagel played basketball and baseball at Rush City High School. Schlagel and his wife Pam reside in St. Cloud. Daughter Leah is a student at St. Cloud State.

Kevin Schlagel cuts down the net after winning the Region Championship in Mankato in 2010.

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Matt

A ssistant C oach M att R eimer & A ssistant C oach D an D e W itt

REIMER Assistant Coach • 15th Season Central College, ‘91

Matt Reimer will begin his 15th season as a full-time assistant coach for the Huskies in 2011-12. Reimer serves as the Huskies recruiting coordinator, and director of operations and player personnel. He also spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach under former head coach Butch Raymond from 1995 until 1997, bringing his overall experience with the Huskies to 17 seasons. Prior to SCSU, Reimer served as an assistant basketball coach at New London-Spicer High School for four seasons. He was involved with many other athletics; coaching football and baseball, and was the head boys and girls golf coach. He graduated from Central College in Pella, Iowa, where he played basketball for two years and was also a member of the Dutch golf team. Reimer played his prep basketball in Elkader, Iowa, where he was the captain of the 1987 Class 1A State runner-up basketball team. Reimer completed his master’s in athletic administration in 1997. Reimer, his wife Tracy, and daughters Brittany and Kitri, reside in Annandale.

Dan

DeWitt Assistant Coach • 1st Season Northern State University, ‘09 Dan DeWitt begins his first season as an assistant coach for the Huskies in 2011.He played collegiate basketball at Northern State University under former Coach Don Meyer, the current NCAA all-time wins leader. In four years at Northern State, DeWitt helped his team accumulate a record of 98-27. This span includes an NSIC Conference Tournament championship, three NCAA Division II National Tournament appearances, including two trips to the North Central Region Championship Game, and a record of 29-4 his senior year. DeWitt finished sixth all-time in assists and was a four time NSIC academic All-Conference team member. Prior to arriving at SCSU, DeWitt spent two seasons as a graduate assistant at the University of Minnesota under current Coach Tubby Smith. DeWitt graduated from Northern State University in 2009 with degrees in Finance, Economics and Mathematics. He earned his Master’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Minnesota in 2011. Dan and his wife Laura reside in St. Cloud.

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Jon

V olunteer A ssistant C oach J on R oesch & A thletic T rainer R achel J ohnson

Roesch Volunteer Assistant Coach • 1st Season University of Minnesota, Morris ‘93

Jon Roesch is in his first season as a volunteer assistant coach for the SCSU in 2011. Roesch comes to St. Cloud with 19 years of teaching high school mathematics, while coaching high school basketball four 14 of those seasons. He spent four years as the head men’s coach at Montgomery-Lonsdale High School before moving on to take the head coaching position at Sauk Rapids for 10 seasons. His 2002-03 Sauk Rapids team finished the season as the runner up in the Class 3A state title game. Roesch also was named Class 3A Coach of the Year in the same season. Roesch’s hometown is Dawson, Minnesota. He attended Fergus Falls Community College before finishing his degrees in mathematics-secondary education/coaching at the University of Minnesota-Morris. He then received his Masters in Kinesiology at the University of Minnesota. He and his wife Julie reside in Sauk Rapids with their three daughters.

Rachel JOHNSON Athletic Trainer St. Cloud State ‘95

Rachel Johnson returned to her alma mater in 2005-06 and is responsible for men’s basketball, baseball, while assisting with track & field in 2011-12. She also currently works part time with St. Cloud Orthopedics. A 1995 graduate of St. Cloud State University, Johnson completed her masters of science in sports management at SCSU in 2005. Prior to her move to St. Cloud State, Johnson had worked at the Williams IntegraCare Clinic since August of 2002. Her duties there included working as head athletic trainer for Sartell High School. She previously worked at St. Cloud Orthopedic Associates from 1996-2000, and also worked with the St. Cloud State athletic training staff in a variety of positions from 1991-1999. As an undergraduate student, Johnson served as a student athletic trainer from 1991-1995. Johnson then spent one year as a part-time associate athletic trainer and two years as a graduate assistant athletic trainer with several of the University’s athletic teams including women’s hockey and soccer.

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2011-12 P layer R oster

The 2011-12 St. Cloud State University Men’s Basketball Roster No 4 10 12 14 20 22 24 32 40 42 44 50 52 54

Name Kevin Levandoski Brett Putz* Tony Brooks Shaun Jensen Damarius Cruz Kenquane Brown Theo Rothstein Jon Christensen Ognjen Rebic Connor Niehaus Scott Hawkins James Fort Mike Rostampour Tim Bergstraser

Pos G G G G G F F F F F F C F C

Ht 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-6 6-6 6-8 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-8 6-6

Wt 180 185 185 185 185 195 205 195 220 210 200 220 210 240

Yr FY. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. FY FY FY Jr. FY So. So.

Hometown (Previous School) Appleton, Wis. (Appleton West H.S.) Forest City, IA (Forest City H.S.) Rockford, Ill. (Rock Valley C.C.) Spring Lake Park, Minn. (SLP H.S.) Robbinsdale, Minn. (Armstrong H.S.) Robbinsdale, Minn. (Robb. Cooper H.S.) St. Michael, Minn. (St. Michael-Albertville) Elko, Minn. (Lakeville South H.S.) Belgrade, Serbia (Adelphi Christian Academy, South Carolina) Fremont, Neb. (Fremont H.S.) New Ulm, Minn. (New Ulm Public H.S.) South Haven, Minn. (Annandale H.S.) West St. Paul, Minn. (Grayson College) St. Cloud, Minn. (Apollo H.S.)

*Team captain Head Coach: Kevin Schlagel (15th year) Assistant Coach: Matt Reimer (15th year) Assistant Coach: Dan DeWitt (1st year) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Jon Roesch (1st year)

Alphabetical Roster No. 54 12 22 32 20 50 44 14 4 42 10 40 52 24

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Name Tim Bergstraser Tony Brooks Kenquane Brown Jon Christensen Damarius Cruz James Fort Scott Hawkins Shaun Jensen Kevin Levandoski Connor Niehaus Brett Putz Ognjen Rebic Mike Rostampour Theo Rothstein

Roster by Class No. 10 No. 12 14 24 44 No. 20 22 52 54 No. 4 32 40 42 50

Name Seniors (1) Brett Putz Name Juniors (4) Tony Brooks Shaun Jensen Theo Rothstein Scott Hawkins Name Sophomores (4) Damarius Cruz Kenquane Brown Mike Rostampour Tim Bergstraser Name First Years (5) Kevin Levandoski Jon Christensen Ognjen Rebic Connor Niehaus James Fort

Pronunciation Guide

Bergstraser...... berg strawser Kenquane...... ken kwan knee Levandoski...Lee von doe ski Ognjen........................Og yen Rothstein................ roth stine Putz.................................puts

Where They’re From

Minnesota (9 players) Illinois (Brooks) Iowa (Putz) Nebraska (Niehaus) Wisconsin (Levandoski) Serbia (Rebic)


M eet Y our 2011-12 H uskies

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Brett PUTZ 10

Senior Guard • 6-0 Forest City, Iowa • Forest City H.S.

2010-11: Junior season...29 games played...28 games started...second on the team with 924 minutes played...second on the team with 350 total points, while averaging 12.1 points a game...averaged 3.3 rebounds a contest and was second with 63 made three-pointers this season...second on the team with 63 assists... lead the team with 36 steals...scored a game-high 20 points to go with four assists, four rebounds and an assist vs. St. John’s (11/15/10)...scored a career-high 23 points and had a career-high seven three pointers vs. GCU, (11/20/10)...grabbed a season-high six rebounds vs. SMSU, (12/10/10)...scored a game-high 21 points vs. CU (12/18/10)...tied season-high with six rebounds and three steals vs. Winona State (1/9/11)...was 7-for-10 from the field and 5-for-6 from beyond arc vs. UMD (1/15/11)...tied career-high with 23 points vs. Wayne State (1/28/11)...tied career-high with seven rebounds vs. Northern State (2/18/11). 2009-10: The three-point specialist for the Huskies in 2009-10…35 games played...17 games started...was one of three players with a double-digit scoring average (10.0)…played in 867 minutes of action…made a team-high 72 threepointers (11th most in a single season)...averaged 2.1 made three-point shots per game…shot 41 percent from beyond the arc (72-of-174) and 41 percent from the field (114-of-277)…finished third on the team with 37 steals...fourth on the squad with 55 assists…averaged 2.1 rebounds a game…made over 80 percent of free throws (49-for-61)…scored a career-high 22 points against UMC vs.12/12/09... tied career high with five assists and recorded four steals vs. WSU 12/04/09... shot .775 percent from the three-point line and made a career high six three pointers vs. Cardinal Stritch, Dec. 17...recorded first block of the season and scored 19 points vs. USF, Dec. 29...recorded a career-high five steals vs. BSU, Jan. 9... tied a career-high with seven rebounds vs. SMSU, Jan. 15...scored a game-high 19 points in a 68-58 win over No. 17 Augustana, Jan 30...was 4-for-6 from beyond the arc in the Central Region Championship vs. Augustana, March 16. 2008-09: First year...played in all 31 games, starting in 18...started first career game Jan. 10, and remained a starter for the rest of the season…Huskies fourth leading scorer at 8.8 points per game…one of four players to score over 200 points (272) … only the second first year player since 2000-01 to score over 200 points…finished second in free throw percentage at .842 (48-of-57)…second among regulars from three point range at .390 (48-of-123)…shot .421 (88-of-209) from the field…grabbed 2.0 rebounds per game…tallied 53 assists (1.7 apg), 22 steals (0.7 spg), and two blocks (0.1 bpg)…in conference games only ranked 13th in the NSIC in three-pointers made (1.60 3pg)…finished the season scoring in 24 consecutive games…played 35 minutes and scored 16 points in first career start…scored 20 points Mar. 4 in a NSIC Tournament opening win…led Huskies in scoring three times… pulled down a career high seven rebounds Jan. 23… dished out five assists Mar. 7.

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Brett Putz

2011-12 Team Captain 183-Career Three Pointers Made High School: 2008 graduate of Forest City High School where he was coached by Dan Rosacker…won four letters on the basketball court for FCHS…earned All-Conference honors four times and was twice a first-team All-State selection… holds school scoring records for a game, season and career, and once poured in 50 in a game…also holds school records for three-pointers made and attempted and for free throws made in a game. Personal: Son of Steve and Sheryl Putz of Forest City…lists his father as the person with the greatest influence on his career…says making it to state his senior season and scoring 50 points in a game are his greatest sports thrills…undeclared on a major at St. Cloud State.

Career Game Highs at SCSU

Pts:...................... 23, (2x), last vs. Wayne State, 1/28/11 Reb:.... 7, (4x), last vs. Northern State University, 2/19/11 Ast:.5, (3x), last vs. Cal State-Dominguez Hills, 11/19/10 Blk:....................... 1, (7x), last vs. Winona State, 2/27/10 Stl:......................................... 5, vs. Bemidji State, 1/9/10 FGM:.................... 8, vs. Minnesota. Crookston, 12/12/09 FGA:................... 15, vs. Southwest Minn. State, 1/15/10 FG%.......... .857 (6-7), vs. Winona State (Minn.), 2/28/09 FTM:..................................... 8, vs. Upper Iowa, 12/05/09 FTA:...................................... 8, vs. Upper Iowa, 12/05/09 FT%:.......1.000 (26x), best 8-8 vs. Upper Iowa, 12/05/09 3FGM:..................... 7, vs. Grand Canyon State, 11/20/10 3FGA:.................... 13, vs. Dakota State (S.D.), 12/20/09 3FG%:.............1.000 (2x), (3-3) last vs. UMARY, 2/19/11

Putz at St. Cloud State Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

Total GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct 31-18 670/21.6 88-209 .421 35-17 867/24.8 114-277 .412 29-28 924/31.9 113-250 .452 95-63 2461/26.1 315-736 .413

3-Point FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 48-123 .390 48-57 .842 72-174 .414 49-61 .803 63-136 .463 61-72 .847 183-433 .423 158-190 .832

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 16-47 63 27-46 73 33-62 95 76-155 231

Avg 2.0 2.1 3.3 2.5

PF-FO 58-1 58-0 73-1 189-2

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 53 40 2 22 272/8.8 55 35 5 37 349/10.0 63 29 0 36 350/12.1 171 104 7 95 971/10.3

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Junior Guard • 6-1 Rockford, Ill. • Rock Valley C.C.

2010-11: Sat out transfer year. Rock Valley Community College: Earned two letters with the Golden Eagles in 2008 and 2009...was named Most Improved Player on his team after his second season. Prior to SCSU: A 2007 graduate of East High School in Rockford, Ill., where he played under coach Roy Sackmaster...was a four-time letter winner in basketball, football and track in field...earned all-conference first team honors in all three sports...led his area in receiving yards and participated in the state track and field meet in the triple jump and the 4 x 100. Personal: Born July 11, 1989...son of Janice Nichoels of Rockford, Ill...names his mother as the person with the greatest influence on his career...sports medicine major, coaching minor.

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Shaun

Jensen

Junior Guard • 6-1 Spring Lake Park, Minn. (H.S.)

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2010-11: Played in 28 games and made six starts...averaged 16.1 minutes per game...had career highs in points with 17 vs. Southwest Minnesota State, rebounds with seven versus Northern State and five assists against Concordia-St. Paul. 2009-10: Played in 19 games in his first season as a backup point guard for the Huskies in 2009-10...recorded 204 minutes of playing time…made nine field goals and nine free throws during the season…dished out 18 assists…grabbed 13 rebounds…had five steals and one block defensively…grabbed first two rebounds of his career against the University of Mary, Nov. 11...grabbed a career-high three rebounds and played a career-high 23 minutes vs. USF, Dec. 29...recorded first career block vs. Minnesota, Crookston, Feb. 20. High School: 2009 graduate of Spring Lake Park High School…coached by Grant Guzy… gained six total letters in high school in basketball and football…an All-State basketball player as a senior…was named to the All-Tournament team…second team All-Metro…averaged 21 points, nine rebounds and six assists a game as a senior. Personal: Son of Kerry Mance of Wausau, Wis. and Novelett Jensen of Wayzata, Minn…lists his mother, father and grandmother as the people with the greatest influence on his athletic career…lists playing in the state tournament as his greatest sports thrill…mechanical engineering major at St. Cloud.

Career Game Highs at SCSU

Pts: . . . . . . . . . 17, vs. Southwest Minn. State, 1/15/10 Reb:. . . . . . . . . . 7, (2x), last vs. Winona State, 2/27/10 Ast: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, vs. Augustana, 11/29/09 Blk:. . . . . . . . .3 (2x), last vs. Minnesota Duluth, 1/8/10 Stl:. . . . . . . . . 3 (4x), last vs. Augistana (S.D.), 1/31/09 FGM:. . . . . 7 (2x), vs. Southwest Minn. State, 2/12/11 FGA: . . . . . . . . 13, vs. Southwest Minn. State, 2/12/11 FG%.1.000 (6x), best (5-5), vs. U-Mary (N.D.), 1/23/09 FTM: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, vs. U-Mary (N.D.), 1/23/09 FTA:. . . . . . . . . 6 (2x), last vs. Minnesot Duluth, 1/8/10 FT%:.1.000 (14x), best (4-4), vs. Dakota State, 12/20/08 3FGM:. . . . . . . 3, vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 12/13/08 3FGA: . . . . . . . 5, vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 12/13/08

3FG%:.1.000 (11x), best (2-2) vs. Cardinal Stritch, 12/17/09

Jensen at St. Cloud State

Year 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

GP-GS Min/Avg 19-0 204/10.7 28-6 450/16.1 47-6 654/13.4

Total FG-FGA Pct 9-31 .290 41-112 .366 50-143 .350

3-Point FG-FGA Pct 0-6 .000 10-31 .323 10-37 .270

Rebounds FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot 9-13 .692 1-12 13 34-42 .810 7-30 37 43-55 .782 8-42 50

Avg 0.7 1.3 1.0

PF-FO 11-0 30-0 41-0

Ast 18 55 73

TO Blk 5 1 33 3 38 4

Stl 5 14 19

Pts/Avg 27/1.4 126/4.5 153/2.95

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Theo

ROTHSTEIN 24

Junior Forward • 6-6 St. Michael, Minn. • St. Michael-Albertville H.S.

2010-11: Played in three games...three games started...played in 93 total minutes...scored 19 points and posted 18 rebounds...averaged 6.3 points and 6.0 rebounds a game...scored seven points and grabbed seven rebounds to go with a team-high two steals and a block vs. St. John’s (11/15/10)...grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds vs. Grand Canyon Univ. (11/20/10)...sat out the final 26 games due to injury to receive medical redshirt season. 2009-10: Named Team Defensive Player of the Year…played in 35 games (769 min.)...30 games started...finished the season third on the team with 3.1 rebounds per contest and 108 total boards…third in blocks with 23...averaged 5.5 points a game…scored 194 points…posted 26 steals and 59 assists…shot 46 percent from the field (69-for-150) and 70 percent from the free throw line (42for-60)…made 14 shots from beyond the arc…recorded career high six assists vs. Augustana, 11/29/09...scored a career high 17 points vs. SMSU, 1/15/10...tied a career high with three blocks vs. Cardinal Stritch, 12/17/09...scored 10 points and grabbed a career high seven rebounds vs. CSP, 01/02/10...tied career high with seven rebounds vs. WSU, 02/27/10...scored 10 points in a 3-for-3 shooting night vs. AC, 03/16/10...grabbed a career high eight rebounds in Elite Eight vs. MSU, 03/24/10. 2008-09: First year...played in all 31 games…played 12.5 minutes per game for a total of 388 minutes on the season…one of six players to appear in every game…scored 3.9 points per game and grabbed 2.0 rebounds per game…tallied 26 steals (0.8 spg), 23 assists (0.7 apg), and eight blocks (0.3 bpg)…one of just three players to shoot 50% or better on the season from the field, finishing at .500 (45-of-90)…shot .718 (28-of-39) at the free throw line…was .200 (4-of-20) from three-point range…saw the first action of his career in the season opener, playing nine minutes and notching first career assist…grabbed first career rebound the following night Nov. 16, finishing with two…pulled down six rebounds Dec. 20… scored first career points on Nov. 29, finishing with two and also tallied first career block the same night…scored a then career high 15 points Jan. 23, going a perfect 5-of-5 from the field as well as 5-of-6 from the free throw line…5-of-5 field goal mark stands as Huskies season high… played a career high 27 minutes on Jan. 24, finishing with 12 points…two games were part of a 13-game scoring streak that included three straight in double figures…went 3-of-5 from three-point range on his way to 10 points Dec. 13…dished out four assists in the same game…set a career high with three shot blocks Feb. 14.

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Theo

ROTHSTEIN Started 30 games during school record 29-win season in 2009-10 High School: 2008 graduate of St. Michael-Albertville High School…coached by Tim Anderson…gained 10 total letters in high school in basketball, football and track & field…an All-Conference performer and 1,000 point scorer on the hardwood where he gained three letters…on the gridiron also letter three times and was named All-Conference…was named the Mississippi 8 most valuable receiver and defensive back…also gained two letters on the track where he was named freshman of the year…Academic All-State…Honor Roll member. Personal: Son of Tom and Cathy Rothstein of St. Michael…lists his father as the person with the greatest influence on his athletic career…lists the 2007 football section championship at SCSU’s Husky Stadium as his greatest sports thrill… majoring in pre-physical therapy and athletic training at St. Cloud State.

Career Game Highs at SCSU

Pts: . . . . . . . . . 17 vs. Southwest Minn. State, 1/15/10 Reb:. . . . . . 10, vs. Grand Canyon University, 11/20/10 Ast: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, vs. Augustana, 11/29/09 Blk:. . . . . . . . .3 (2x), last vs. Minnesota Duluth, 1/8/10 Stl:. . . . . . . . . 3 (4x), last vs. Augistana (S.D.), 1/31/09 FGM:. . . . . . . . . 7, vs. Southwest Minn. State, 1/15/10 FGA: . . . . . . . . 11, vs. Southwest Minn. State, 1/15/10 FG%.1.000 (6x), best (5-5), vs. U-Mary (N.D.), 1/23/09 FTM: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, vs. U-Mary (N.D.), 1/23/09 FTA:. . . . . . . . 6 (2x), last vs. Minnesota Duluth, 1/8/10 FT%:.1.000 (12x), best (4-4), vs. Dakota State, 12/20/08 3FGM:. . . . . . . 3, vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 12/13/08 3FGA: . . . . . . . 5, vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 12/13/08 3FG%:.1.000 (4x), best 2-2 vs. Cardinal Stritch, 12/17/09

Rothstein at St. Cloud State

Year 2008-09 2009-10 *2010-11 TOTAL

Total 3-Point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct 31-0 388/12.5 45-90 .500 4-20 .200 35-30 769/22.0 69-150 .460 14-47 .298 3-3 93/31.0 5-15 .333 2-8 . 250 69-33 1250/21.8 119-255 .467 20-75 .267

FT-FTA 28-39 42-60 7-10 77-109

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot .718 21-41 62 .700 39-69 108 .700 7-11 18 .706 67-121 198

Avg 2.0 3.1 6.0 3.7

PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl 46-0 23 23 8 26 92-2 59 29 23 26 14-2 5 9 1 2 152-4 87 51 32 54

Pts/Avg 122/3.9 194/5.5 19/6.3 335/4.23

* Medical Redshirt Season

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Scott

Hawkins 44

Junior Forward • 6-6 New Ulm, Minn. (H.S.)

2010-11: Played in 21 games...182 minutes played...scored 68 points...39 rebounds recorded...scored three points vs. CSUDH (11/19/10)...made the first three-point basket of his collegiate career against CSUDH (11/19/10)...scored five points and had four rebounds vs. CSS (11/29/10)...recorded first steal vs. Wayne State (1/4/11)...scored 11 points and had five rebounds vs. Winona State (2/4/11)...followed it with a career-high 17 points and seven rebounds vs. Upper Iowa (2/5/11). 2009-10: Played in eight games for the Huskies off the bench…scored eight points and grabbed 10 rebounds in 33 minutes of playing time…recorded three assists and one block…had a career-high five points and two rebounds vs. Judson University, Dec. 16...tied career high with a pair of rebounds vs. Minnesota, Crookston, Feb. 20...recorded first career block vs. the University of Sioux Falls, Dec. 29. 2008-09: Red-Shirt season. High School: 2008 graduate of New Ulm Public High School…coached by Lyle Ericson…two-time basketball letter winner…named All-State Honorable Mention…averaged 22.1 ppg, seven rpg, and once drained 40 points in a single game…also letter twice in football. Personal: Son of Steve and Gayle Hawkins of New Ulm…lists his father as the person with the greatest influence on his career…favorite athletic quality is determination…undeclared on a major at St. Cloud State. Career Game Highs at SCSU Pts: . . . . . . . . . . . 17, vs. Upper Iowa University, 2/5/11 Reb:. . . . . . . . . . . . 7, vs. Upper Iowa University, 2/5/11 Ast: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, vs. Bemidji State, 2/6/10 Blk:. . . . . . . . . . . 1, (2x), last vs. Winona State, 2/6/11 Stl:.1, (3x), last vs. Southwest Minnesota State, 1/12/11 FGM:. . . . . . . . . . . 6, vs. Upper Iowa University, 2/5/11 FGA: . . . . . . . . . . 12, vs. Upper Iowa University, 2/5/11 FG% . . . . . . 1.000, (2x), (1-1), vs. Augustana, 1/29/11 FTM: . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, vs. Judson University, 12/16/09 FTA:. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, vs. Judson University, 12/16/09 FT%:.1.000, (2x), last vs. Upper Iowa University, 2/5/11 3FGM:. . . . . . . . . . 3, vs. Upper Iowa University, 2/5/11 3FGA: . . . . . . . . . . 7, vs. Upper Iowa University, 2/5/11

Hawkins at St. Cloud State

Year 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

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GP-GS Min/Avg 8-0 33/4.1 21-0 182/8.7 29-0 215/6.4

Total FG-FGA Pct 2-8 .250 25-64 .391 27-72 .375

3-Point FG-FGA Pct 0-4 .000 14-42 .333 14-46 .304

Rebounds FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot 4-6 .667 4-6 10 4-5 .800 16-23 39 8-11 .727 20-29 49

Avg 1.3 1.9 1.6

PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl 3-0 3 1 1 0 16-0 3 4 1 3 19-0 6 5 2 3

Pts/Avg 8/1.0 68/3.2 76/2.1


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Damarius Cruz

Sophomore Guard • 6-0 Robbinsdale, Minn. • Armstrong H.S. 2010-11: Redshirt season.

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Before SCSU: Averaged 17.1 points and 2.9 rebounds in 2009-10 for Minnesota, Crookston...scored 273 points in just 16 games played...shot .405 from beyond the arc (34-for-84)...recorded 35 assists and 20 steals. High School: A 2008 graduate of Armstrong High School…three time letterwinner...named All-Conference as a junior and senior…named All-Metro as a junior and senior…named All-State Honorable Mention as senior…scored 1,231 points during high school career…holds the school record for most three-point field goals in a single season and a career…ranked in the top 10 in the state in scoring during his final season. Personal: Son of Patrick and Theresa Baugh...named to the Dean’s List at Minnesota, Crookston...business management major.

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Kenquane Brown 22

Sophomore Forward • 6-4 Robbinsdale, Minn. (H.S.)

2010-11: Played in 18 games...played 79 total minutes...scored 21 points and grabbed 21 rebounds...scored two points and grabbed one rebound in first collegiate game vs. St. John’s (11/15/10)...recorded four points to go with four rebounds vs. CSUDH (11/19/10)...grabbed a career-high eight rebounds vs. CSS (11/29/10)...scored four points vs. UMD (1/15/11) and vs. Winona State (2/4/11)...scored a career-high five points and made the first three pointer of his career vs. SMSU (2/12/11). High School: 2009 graduate of Robbinsdale Cooper High School…coached by Dave Johnson…gained two letters in high school in basketball…named the North Suburban Conference MVP…averaged 16 points per game as a senior. Personal: Son of Alirena Brown of Brooklyn Center, Minn…lists his high school coach Darrel Jankelah as the person with the greatest influence on his athletic career…lists playing in the state tournament as his greatest sports thrill…majoring in mass communications at St. Cloud State.

Career Game Highs at SCSU Pts: . . . . . . 5, vs. Southwest Minnesota State, 2/12/11 Reb:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, vs. St. Scholastica, 11/29/10 Ast: . . . . 1, (2x), last vs. Upper Iowa University, 2/5/11 Blk:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stl:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FGM:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, vs. Winona State, 2/4/11 FGA: . . . . . 5, vs. Cal State-Dominguez Hills, 11/19/10 FG% . . . . . . . 1.000 (1-1), (3x), last vs. SMSU, 2/12/11 FTM: . . . . . . 4 (2x), last vs. Minnesota Duluth, 1/15/11 FTA:. . . . . . . 4 (2x), last vs. Minnesota Duluth, 1/15/11 FT%: . . . 1.000, (3x), best (4-4), last vs. UMD, 1/15/11 3FGM:. . . . 1, vs. Southwest Minnesota State, 1/12/11 3FGA:. 1, (4x), last vs. Southwest Minn. State, 1/12/11 3FG%:..1.000, vs. Southwest Minnesota State, 1/12/11

Brown at St. Cloud State

Total 3-Point Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2010-11 18-0 79/4.4 4-19 .211 1-4 .250 12-16 .750 TOTAL 18-0 79/4.4 4-19 .211 1-4 .250 12-16 .750

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Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 9-12 21 1.2 9-12 21 1.2

PF-FO Ast 9-0 2 9-0 2

TO Blk 2 0 2 0

Stl 0 0

Pts/Avg 21/1.2 21/1.2


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Mike

Rostampour Sophomore Forward • 6-8 West St. Paul, Minn. • Grayson College

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2010-11 Season: Played for Grayson County College in Denison, Texas...averaged 7.5 points and 4.5 rebounds...Grayson posted a 20-11 record. High School: 2010 graduate of Henry Sibley High School...played for Tom Dasovich...two-year basketball letterwinner...Henry Sibley won three consecutive Classic Suburban Conference Championships...was named the Classic Suburban Player of the Year in 2010...All-Conference player and Team MVP...named to the Mr. Basketball Top 25 List and was a Minnesota Basketball Coaches Association All-Star...won the dunk contest at the All-Star game...averaged 17.0 points and 9.0 rebounds a game...collected third most rebounds in a single season behind Trevor Mbakwe and Mike Bruesewitz. Personal: Son of Al Rostampour of West St. Paul...majoring in criminal justice at St. Cloud State.

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Tim

Bergstraser 54

Sophomore Center • 6-6 St. Cloud, Minn. • Apollo H.S.

2010-11: Medical Redshirt season. 2009-10: Played a significant role in the post for the SCSU…made an appearance in 34 games...six games started...played 430 total minutes…shot a team-high 63.6 percent from the field (35-of-55)…averaged 3.1 points a game and scored 104 on the season…made 34-of-49 shots from the charity stripe… grabbed 100 rebounds to average 2.9 per contest…had 16 steals and two blocks defensively…dished out 11 assists…scored first collegiate point against St. John’s Nov. 20...recorded a career-high four steals vs. Judson University, Dec. 16...recorded first career block and scored four points vs. the University of Sioux Falls, Dec. 29...recorded a career-high eight points and grabbed four rebounds vs. Minnesota Duluth, Jan. 8...grabbed five rebounds vs. Southwest Minnesota State, Jan. 15 and then grabbed six the next night vs. Minnesota State, Jan. 16...made first career start vs. Northern State, Jan. 23...scored 12 points and grabbed a career-high nine rebounds vs. Bemidji State, Feb. 6...scored a careerhigh 14 points and was 8-for-9 from the free throw line vs. Minnesota, Crookston, Feb. 20...recorded a career-high two assists vs. Concordia-St. Paul, Feb. 24... grabbed six rebounds in 21 minutes vs. Minnesota State, March 14 in the second round of the NCAA Central Region Tournament. High School: 2009 graduate of Apollo High School…coached by Dean Kesler… gained six total letters in high school in basketball, football and track & field…an All-Area and All-Conference player as a senior. Personal: Son of Clebby Bergstraser of Sauk Rapids, Minn. and Kelly Hessler of St. Cloud… lists his coaches as the people with the greatest influence on his athletic career…lists participating in sectionals at St. Cloud State as his greatest sports thrill…majoring in Business at St. Cloud State.

Bergstraser at St. Cloud State

Total 3-Point Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2009-10 34-6 430/12.6 35-55 .636 0-1 .000 34-49 .694 TOTAL 34-6 430/12.6 35-55 .636 0-1 .000 34-49 .694

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Career Game Highs at SCSU Pts: . . . . . . . . . 14, vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 2/20/10 Reb:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, vs. Bemidji State, 2/6/10 Ast: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, vs. Concordia-St. Paul, 2/24/10 Blk:. . . . . . 1 (2x), last vs. Concordia-St. Paul, 2/24/10 Stl:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, vs. Judson University, 12/6/09 FGM:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, vs. Bemidji State, 2/6/10 FGA: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, vs. Bemidji State, 2/6/10 FG%:.1.000 (8x), best (2-2), vs. Minnesota Duluth, 2/5/10 FTM: . . . . . . . . . 8, vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 2/20/10 FTA:. . . . . . . . . . 9, vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 2/20/10 FT%: . . 1.000 (9x), best (3-3), vs. Wayne State, 3/6/10 3FGM:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3FGA: . . . . . . . . . . . 1, vs. Judson University, 12/16/09 3FG%:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 38-62 100 2.9 38-62 100 2.9

PF-FO Ast 49-0 11 49-0 11

TO Blk 17 2 17 2

Stl 16 16

Pts/Avg 104/3.1 104/3.1


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#04 Kevin Levandoski First Year • Guard • 6-1 • Appleton, Wis. • Appleton West High School

High School: A 2010 graduate of Appleton West High School, where he played under head coach Brennan Hussie...a three time letterwinner in basketball ...was named FVA Conference Player of the Year in 2010...also earned First Team All-Conference and AllDefensive Team honors as a senior...All-Region and All-State as a senior...was Second Team All-Conference as a junior and All-Conference Honorable mention as a sophomore. Personal: Born January 25,1992...son of Mark and Anne Levandoski of Appleton, Wis... names his parents as the people with the great influence on his career...Charles Barkley is his favorite sports personality...lists making it to sectionals his senior season in basketball as his greatest sports thrill...enjoys playing ping pong, bowling, basketball and video games as his hobbies.

#32 Jon Christensen First Year • Forward • 6-6 • Elko, Minn. • Lakeville South High School

High School: 2011 graduate of Lakeville South High School...coached by John Sheenan...four-year basketball letter winner...named to All-Conference team as a junior and senior...averaged 13 points and six rebounds his senior season...shot 56 percent from the field and 76 percent from the free throw line...Cougars were the 2011 Section 3 AAAA champions and conference champions...Lakeville South lost out to eventual state runnerup Eden Prairie in the Minnesota State High School Tournament. Personal: Son of Roxanne and Michael Christensen.

#40 Ognjen Rebic

First Year • Forward• 6-8 • Belgrade, Serbia • Adelphi Christian Academy, S.C.

High School: 2011 graduate of Adelphi Christian Academy, South Carolina...Honor Roll student. Personal: Son of Sasa and Stavica Rebic of Belgrade, Serbia...interested in an international business major.

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#42 Connor Niehaus First Year • Forward • 6-6 • Fremont, Neb. • Fremont Senior High School

High School: 2011 graduate of Fremont Senior High...four-year basketball and golf letter winner...two-time All-Conference and Academic All-Conference player in the Heartland Athletic Conference...named athletic and academic All-State...senior team captain...averaged 15.0 points, 13.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game...team posted a 15-9 record in 2011...2011 individual state runner-up in golf and state champion in 2008. Personal: Son of Ronda and Todd Niehaus...graduated first in his class, Cum Laude with High Distinction...interested in a statistics major.

#50 James Fort

First Year • Center • 6-6 • South Haven, Minn. • Annandale High School

High School: 2011 graduate of Annandale High School...three-year letter winner in basketball and football...also lettered in track and baseball...three-year All-Conference basketball player...three-year Academic letter winner...team captain in football. Personal: Son of Katie and Paul Fort of South Haven...Eagle Scout...interested in a mathematics major.

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2010-11 T eam C ombined S tats THE STAT CREW SYSTEM St. Cloud State University Combined Team Statistics (as of Dec 07, 2011) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 15-14 12-10 3-4

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

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Player

gp-gs

20 32 10 40 24 04 52 14 42 44 34 22

Witt, Taylor Bernstetter, Andrew Putz, Brett Fisher, Jesse Ortmann, Josh Rothstein, Theo Bucholz, Ben Jensen, Shaun Johnsrud, Jordan Hawkins, Scott Phillips, Nate Brown, Kenquane Team Total.......... Opponents......

29-29 1033 35.6 189-469 .403 26-25 867 33.3 132-285 .463 29-28 924 31.9 113-250 .452 9-3 143 15.9 27-49 .551 26-20 688 26.5 54-139 .388 3-3 93 31.0 5-15 .333 29-10 640 22.1 63-117 .538 28-6 450 16.1 41-112 .366 29-19 455 15.7 47-78 .603 21-0 182 8.7 25-64 .391 27-2 321 11.9 30-66 .455 18-0 79 4.4 4-19 .211 29 29

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods St. Cloud State Univers Opponents

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HOME 8-4 7-4 1-0

5875 5875

SCSU-M 2112 72.8 +0.4 730-1663 .439 212-584 .363 7.3 440-569 .773 15.2 1005 34.7 +0.7 419 14.4 321 11.1 +0.1 1.3 167 5.8 113 3.9 25593 12-2133 -

1st 2nd 950 1124 905 1156

OT 38 39

Totals 2112 2100

.376 .337 .463 .000 .317 .250 .161 .323 .000 .333 .333 .250

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

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141-168 36-47 61-72 23-32 42-53 7-10 45-63 34-42 21-36 4-5 14-25 12-16

Date 11/15/10 11/19/10 11/20/10 11/29/10 12/03/10 12/04/10 12/10/10 12/10/10 12/18/10 01/03/11 1/4/11 1/8/11 1/9/11 1/4/11 1/15/11 01/21/11 1/22/11 1/28/11 1/29/11 02/04/11 2/5/11 2/11/11 2/12/11 2/18/11 2/19/11 02/26/11 03/02/11 03/05/11 03/06/11

.839 .766 .847 .719 .792 .700 .714 .810 .583 .800 .560 .750

off

20 70 33 8 23 7 48 7 41 16 9 9 31 730-1663 .439 212-584 .363 440-569 .773 322 755-1650 .458 192-491 .391 398-550 .724 302 OPP 2100 72.4 755-1650 .458 192-491 .391 6.6 398-550 .724 13.7 985 34.0 370 12.8 324 11.2 1.1 169 5.8 83 2.9 26561 15-1416 2-2660

65-173 30-89 63-136 0-0 20-63 2-8 5-31 10-31 0-1 14-42 2-6 1-4

AWAY 6-9 5-6 1-3

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

Rebounds def tot avg

91 149 62 18 34 11 115 30 77 23 24 12 37 683 683

111 219 95 26 57 18 163 37 118 39 33 21 68 1005 985

3.8 8.4 3.3 2.9 2.2 6.0 5.6 1.3 4.1 1.9 1.2 1.2

pf dq

70 59 73 21 50 14 64 30 67 16 46 9

to blk stl

99 31 29 10 33 9 23 33 21 4 22 2 5 34.7 519 6 419 321 34.0 523 16 370 324

Opponent at Saint John's Univ. at CSUDH at Grand Canyon ST. SCHOLASTICA at University of Mary at Northern State SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA MINNESOTA STATE UNIV CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL at Augustana (SD) at Wayne State (Neb.) UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY BEMIDJI STATE MINNESOTA DULUTH at Minnesota, Crookston at MSU Moorhead WAYNE STATE (NEB.) AUGUSTANA (SD) at Winona State University at Upper Iowa University at Minnesota State Univ at Southwest Minnesota NORTHERN STATE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF MARY at Concordia-St. Paul at Augustana (SD) vs University of Mary vs Winona State

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72.8 72.4

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35 25 36 4 8 2 13 14 16 3 11 0

Score 65-70 65-78 65-71 88-54 81-84 91-83 60-58 85-83 66-73 76-74 53-69 76-68 91-93 92-88 94-74 62-50 76-64 66-59 87-89 67-88 79-67 69-80 58-71 76-66 73-78 66-78 79-73 65-59 41-58

Att. 1578 250 0 1362 1701 4013 1549 1291 1448 2370 523 2227 2102 2556 2638 219 0 2584 2658 2763 755 2611 1881 2588 2590 1050 1527 2645 2675


2010-11 P layer G ame -B y -G ame S tatistics THE STAT CREW SYSTEM St. Cloud State University Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (as of Dec 07, 2011) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 15-14 12-10 3-4

HOME 8-4 7-4 1-0

Date 11/15/10 11/19/10 11/20/10 11/29/10 12/03/10 12/04/10 12/10/10

Opponent at Saint John's Univ. at CSUDH at Grand Canyon ST. SCHOLASTICA *at University of Mary *at Northern State *SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA

12/10/10 12/18/10 01/03/11 1/4/11 1/8/11 1/9/11 1/4/11 1/15/11 01/21/11

*MINNESOTA STATE UNIV *CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL *at Augustana (SD) *at Wayne State (Neb.) *UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY *WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY *BEMIDJI STATE *MINNESOTA DULUTH *at Minnesota, Crookston

1/22/11 1/28/11 1/29/11 02/04/11 2/5/11 2/11/11

*at MSU Moorhead *WAYNE STATE (NEB.) *AUGUSTANA (SD) *at Winona State University *at Upper Iowa University *at Minnesota State Univ

2/12/11 2/18/11 2/19/11 02/26/11 03/02/11 03/05/11 03/06/11

*at Southwest Minnesota *NORTHERN STATE UNIVERSIT *UNIVERSITY OF MARY *at Concordia-St. Paul at Augustana (SD) vs University of Mary vs Winona State

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AWAY 6-9 5-6 1-3 Score 65-70 65-78 65-71 88-54 81-84 91-83 60-58 85-83 66-73 76-74 53-69 76-68 91-93 92-88 94-74 62-50

76-64 66-59 87-89 67-88 79-67 69-80 58-71 76-66 73-78 66-78 79-73 65-59 41-58

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Att. High Points 1578 (20)Putz, Brett 250 (17)Witt, Taylor (23)Putz, Brett 1362 (17)Bucholz, Ben 1701 (27)Witt, Taylor 4013 (22)Putz, Brett 1549 (20)Witt, Taylor 1291 1448 2370 523 2227 2102 2556 2638 219

(26)Witt, Taylor (21)Putz, Brett (24)Witt, Taylor (17)Witt, Taylor (35)Bernstetter, Andrew (33)Witt, Taylor (31)Witt, Taylor (22)Witt, Taylor (26)Witt, Taylor

2584 2658 2763 755 2611

(25)Witt, Taylor (23)Putz, Brett (32)Witt, Taylor (21)Witt, Taylor (30)Witt, Taylor (21)Witt, Taylor

1881 2588 2590 1050 1527 2645 2675

(17)Jensen, Shaun (22)Bernstetter, Andrew (23)Witt, Taylor (13)Witt, Taylor (39)Witt, Taylor (22)Witt, Taylor (13)Witt, Taylor

High Rebounds (7)Rothstein, Theo (9)Bucholz, Ben (10)Rothstein, Theo (8)Brown, Kenquane (10)Witt, Taylor (11)Bucholz, Ben (6)Bucholz, Ben (6)Putz, Brett (11)Bernstetter, Andrew (15)Bernstetter, Andrew (12)Bernstetter, Andrew (5)Bernstetter, Andrew (9)Bernstetter, Andrew (14)Bernstetter, Andrew (12)Bernstetter, Andrew (9)Johnsrud, Jordan (5)Putz, Brett (5)Bernstetter, Andrew (5)Bucholz, Ben (8)Bucholz, Ben (9)Bernstetter, Andrew (10)Bernstetter, Andrew (8)Johnsrud, Jordan (11)Bernstetter, Andrew (6)Bernstetter, Andrew (6)Johnsrud, Jordan (7)Bernstetter, Andrew (16)Bernstetter, Andrew (12)Bernstetter, Andrew (8)Bucholz, Ben (12)Bernstetter, Andrew (9)Bernstetter, Andrew (7)Bucholz, Ben

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Home Away Neutral Total

Games

12 15 2 29

Attend

25593 21241 5320 52154

Avg/Game

2133 1416 2660 1798

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2010-11 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

Husky Double-Doubles in 2010-11 Dec. 3 - Taylor Witt vs. U-Mary 27 points, 10 rebounds Dec. 10 - Andrew Bernstetter vs. MSU 16 points, 11 rebounds Dec. 18 - Andrew Bernstetter vs. CSP 12 points, 15 rebounds Jan. 3 - Andrew Bernstetter vs. AC 15 points, 12 rebounds Jan. 9 - Andrew Bernstetter vs. WSU 29 points, 14 rebounds Jan. 14 - Andrew Bernstetter vs. BSU 16 points, 12 rebounds Jan. 19 - Andrew Bernstetter vs. AC 16 points, 10 rebounds Feb. 18 - Andrew Bernstetter vs. NSU 22 points, 16 rebounds Feb. 18 - Andrew Bernstetter vs. Mary 12 points, 11 rebounds

2010-11 NSIC Players-of-the-Week Dec. 15 - Taylor Witt vs. SMSU/MSU Avergaged 23 points and 5.5 assists per game Jan. 10 - Andrew Bernstetter vs. UIU/WSU Averaged 32 points and 11.5 rebounds a game Jan. 17 - Taylor Witt vs. BSU/UMD Averaged 26.5 points & 6.5 assists per game Huskies Ranked in the NABC Polls - Nov. 3: 8th

Capital One Academic All-District 5 2nd Team - Andrew Bernstetter 2010-11 NSIC All-Conference Team - Taylor Witt - First Team - Andrew Bernstetter - Second Team 2010-11 NSIC/Sanford Health Tournament Scoring Record - Taylor Witt - 39 points vs. Augustana, 3/2/11 2010-11 NSIC/Sanford Health All-Tourn. Team - Taylor Witt

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AUGUSTANA COLLEGE Jan. 2 at St. Cloud, Minn., 8 p.m. Jan. 28 at Sioux Falls, S.D., 6 p.m.

BEMIDJI STATE

CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL

Jan. 13 at Bemidji, Minn., 8 p.m.

Dec. 17 at St. Paul, Minn., 4 p.m. Feb. 25 at St. Cloud, Minn., 4 p.m.

Quick Facts Location ......................... Sioux Falls, SD Founded.......................................... 1860 Enrollment...................................... 1,800 President.......................Robert C. Oliver Team Colors................. Navy and Yellow Team Nickname............................Vikings Home Arena.... Elmen Center/Hall Forum Capacity........................................... 4000 National Affiliation............... NCAA Div. II Athletics Director......................Bill Gross

Quick Facts Location .........................Bemidji, Minn. Founded ...................................... 1919 Enrollment .................................. 5,020 President...............Dr. Richard Hanson Team Colors .................Green & White Team Nickname . .................... Beavers Home Arena ........................ BSU Gym Capacity...................................... 2,500 National Affiliation............. NCAA Div. II Athletics Director............Dr. Rick Goeb

Quick Facts Location ........................St. Paul, Minn. Founded ...................................... 1893 Enrollment .................................. 2,515 President.....................Dr. Robert Holst Team Colors .Navy Blue & Vegas Gold Team Nickname . ........... Golden Bears Home Arena ........... Gangelhoff Center Capacity....................................... 2,500 National Affiliation............. NCAA Div. II Athletics Director........... Tom Rubbelke

Coaching Staff Head Coach.......................... Tom Billeter Phone................................605-274-4317 Record at Augie..... 127-104 (8 seasons) Career Record..... 224-154 (13 seasons)

Coaching Staff Head Coach....................... Matt Bowen Phone............................. 218-755-2774 Record at BSU........ 42-93 (5 seasons) Career Record........ 42-93 (5 seasons))

Coaching Staff Head Coach........................... Kelly Boe Phone............................. 651-603-6250 Record at CU........... 63-50 (3 seasons) Career Record......... 86-59 (4 seasons)

Communications Staff SID..................................Tim Gerszewski . Phone............................... 605-274-4335 E-Mail................ tgerszewski@augie.edu

Communications Staff Asst. SID/Basketball...........Dax Larson Phone............................. 218-755-2763 E-Mail...........dlarson@bemidjistate.edu

Communications Staff SID........................................Josh Deer Phone............................. 651-641-8893 E-Mail............................ jdeer@csp.edu

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record .................. 18-9 NSIC Record/Finish....................15-7/3rd Starters Returning/Lost....................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 7/6

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record ................ 11-15 NSIC Record/Finish................8-14/T10th Starters Returning/Lost....................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 8/5

2009-10 Season 2009-10 Overall Record ................ 13-15 NSIC Record/Finish...................10-10/T6 Starters Returning/Lost....................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 9/4

Series Standing Series Record............ SCSU leads 44-46 First Meeting............................... 1947-48 Last Meeting........................79-73 SCSU NSIC Sanford Health Tournament.................. . ...................................... March 12, 2011

Series Standing Series Record......... SCSU leads 91-38 First Meeting............................ 1923-24 Last Meeting.............92-88 (OT) SCSU . .......................................Jan. 14, 2011

Series Standing Series Record........... SCSU leads 13-2 First Meeting............................ 1999-00 Last Meeting..................... 76-61 SCSU . ..................................... March 3, 2010

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UNIVERSITY OF MARY

MINNESOTA, CROOKSTON

MINNESOTA DULUTH

Dec. 2 at St. Cloud, Minn., 8 p.m.

Jan. 20 at St. Cloud, Minn., 8 p.m.

Jan. 14 at Duluth, Minn., 6 p.m.

Quick Facts Location ......................... Bismarck, ND Founded ...................................... 1959 Enrollment .................................. 2,800 President.............. Father. James Shea Team Colors ..... Blue, Orange & White Team Nickname . ................ Marauders Home Arena .McDowell Activity Center Capacity....................................... 2,000 National Affiliation............. NCAA Div. II Athletics Director...........Roger Thomas

Quick Facts Location .................... Crookston, Minn. Founded .1966 (2-year), 1993 (4-year) Enrollment ................................... 1500 Chancellor............... Dr. Charles Casey Team Colors ............ Maroon & Golden Team Nickname . ..........Golden Eagles Home Arena ................... Lysaker Gym Capacity....................................... 3,000 National Affiliation............. NCAA Div. II Athletics Director..Stephanie Helgeson

Quick Facts Location............................Duluth, Minn. Founded........................................ 1895 Enrollment.................................. 11,800 Chancellor................. Dr. Lendley Black Team Colors ............. Maroon and Gold Team Nickname . .................... Bulldogs Home Arena ...................Romano Gym Capacity........................................ 2,759 National Affiliation.............. NCAA Div. II Athletics Director ...............Bob Nielson

Coaching Staff Head Coach......................... Joel Barta Phone............................. 701-355-8232 Record at UM................... (1st season) Career Record......................................

Coaching Staff Head Coach.......................... Jeff Oseth Phone............................. 218-281-8426 Record at UMC...... 44-177 (9 seasons) Career Record....... 44-177 (9 seasons)

Coaching Staff Head Coach ................... Gary Holquist Phone..............................218-726-6185 Record at UMD... 192-184 (13 seasons) Career Record..... 192-184 (13 seasons

Communications Staff SID....................................Brian Larson Phone............................. 701-355-8354 E-Mail.................. bslarson@umary.edu

Communications Staff Assist. SID/MBB Contact.......Chris Vito Phone............................. 218-281-8445 E-Mail............................. vito@umn.edu

Communications Staff SID.................................... Bob Nygaard Phone..............................218-726-8191 E-Mail................. bnygaard@d.umn.edu

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record .................. 22-4 NSIC Record/Finish................... 18-4/2nd Starters Returning/Lost....................... NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. NA

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record................. 7-19 NSIC Record/Finish . ............ 3-19/14th Starters Returning /Lost.................. 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........... 5/5

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record................ 10-16 NSIC Record/Finish . ...........8-14/T10th Starters Returning /Lost................... NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost............ NA

Series Standing Series Record................ Series tied 5-4 First Meeting............................ 2006-07 Last Meeting..................... 65-59 SCSU . ..... NSIC Sanford Health Tournament . ..................................... March 5, 2011

Series Standing Series Record........... SCSU leads 19-0 First Meeting............................ 1995-96 Last Meeting..................... 62-50 SCSU . .......................................Jan. 21, 2011

Series Standing Series Record ......... SCSU leads 48-30 First Meeting............................. 1932-33 Last Meeting......................94-74 SCSU . ....................................... Jan. 15, 2011

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MINNESOTA STATE

MSU MOORHEAD

NORTHERN STATE

Dec. 10 at Mankato, Minn., 8 p.m. Feb. 10 at St. Cloud, Minn., 8 p.m.

Jan. 21 at St. Cloud, Minn., 6 p.m.

Dec. 3 at St. Cloud, Minn., 8 p.m. Feb. 17 at Aberdeen, S.D., 8 p.m.

Quick Facts Location ......................... Mankato, Minn. Founded ......................................... 1868 Enrollment.................................... 15,408 President............. Dr. Richard Davenport Team Colors.................. Purple and Gold Team Nickname....................... Mavericks Home Arena ......................Taylor Center Capacity.......................................... 4,521 National Affiliation....................... NCAA II Athletics Director............. Kevin Buisman

Quick Facts Location . .................... Moorhead, Minn. Founded ........................................ 1887 Enrollment .................................... 7,500 President................Dr. Edna Szymanski Team Colors ................. Scarlet & White Team Nickname .......................Dragons Home Arena ..............Alex Nemzek Hall Capacity......................................... 1960 National Affiliation............... NCAA Div. II Athletics Director................ Doug Peters

Quick Facts Location . .........................Aberdeen, SD Founded ........................................ 1901 Enrollment .................................... 3,000 President......................Dr. James Smith Team Colors .................. Maroon & Gold Team Nickname .........................Wolves Home Arena ..................... Wachs Arena Capacity........................................ 8,057 National Affiliation............... NCAA Div. II Athletics Director................... Bob Olson

Coaching Staff Head Coach................Matt Margenthaler Phone................................ 507-389-2311 Record at MSU....... 219-86 (10 seasons) Career Record........ 219-86 (10 seasons)

Coaching Staff Head Coach..................... Chad Walthall Phone............................... 218-477-2316 Record at MSUM......... 15-12 (1 season) Career Record......... 131-81 (8 seasons)

Coaching Staff Head Coach........................ Paul Sather Phone............................... 605-626-7805 Record at NSU............ 12-14 (1 season) Career Record......... 106-76 (6 seasons)

Communications Staff Asst./Basketball Contact......Scott Nelsen Phone................................507-389-2625 E-Mail................ scott.nelsen@mnsu.edu

Communications Staff SID.....................................Jon Wepking Phone............................... 218-477-2113 E-Mail...........jon.wepking@mnstate.edu

Communications Staff SID...................................Jacque Scoby Phone............................... 605-626-7748 E-Mail........Jacque.Scoby@northern.edu

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record.................... 28-5 NSIC Record/Finish.................... 19-3/1st Starters Returning /Lost..................... 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 5/7

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record................ 15-12 NSIC Record/Finish ............... 12-10/6th Starters Returning /Lost.................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........11/1

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record................ 12-14 NSIC Record/Finish ............. 8-14/T10th Starters Returning /Lost.................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............NA

Series Standing Series Record............ SCSU leads 93-78 First Meeting............................... 1923-24 Last Meeting..........................80-69 MSU . ......................................... Feb. 11, 2011

Series Standing Series Record........... SCSU leads 79-37 First Meeting.............................. 1932-33 Last Meeting....................... 76-64 SCSU ..........................................Jan. 22, 2011

Series Standing Series Record........... SCSU leads 18-10 First Meeting.............................. 1959-60 Last Meeting....................... 66-64 SCSU ......................................... Jan. 23, 2010

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SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA STATE

UPPER IOWA

WAYNE STATE COLLEGE

Dec. 9 at Marshall, Minn., 8 p.m. Feb. 11 at St. Cloud, Minn., 6 p.m.

Jan. 7 at Fayette, Iowa, 4 p.m. Feb. 4 at St. Cloud, Minn., 6 p.m.

Jan. 3 at St. Cloud, Minn., 8 p.m. Jan. 27 at Wayne, Neb., 8 p.m.

Quick Facts Location . .......................Marshall, Minn. Founded ........................................ 1967 Enrollment .................................... 3,200 President...................Dr. David Danahar Team Colors ..... Brown and Vegas Gold Team Nickname .....................Mustangs Home Arena ................................... REA Capacity........................................ 4,000 National Affiliation............... NCAA Div. II Athletics Director.........Chris Hmielewski

Quick Facts Location............................... Fayette, Iowa Founded............................................ 1857 Enrollment ....................................... 1,000 President.......................... Dr. Alan Walker Team Colors ......... Peacock Blue & White Team Nickname..........................Peacocks Home Arena.........................Dorman Gym Capacity........................................... 1,500 National Affiliation.................. NCAA Div. II Athletics Director ................... David Miller

Quick Facts Location . ...........................Wayne, Neb. Founded ........................................ 1910 Enrollment .................................... 3,400 President............................Dr. Curt Frye Team Colors ..................... Black & Gold Team Nickname .......................Wildcats Home Arena ................. Rice Auditorium Capacity........................................ 2,500 National Affiliation............... NCAA Div. II Athletics Director...................Eric Schoh

Coaching Staff Head Coach......................... Brad Bigler Phone............................... 507-537-7128 Record at SMSU....... 29-26 (2 seasons) Career Record........... 29-26 (2 seasons)

Coaching Staff Head Coach........................... Brian Dolan Phone..................................563-425-5294 Record at UIU ............. 37-99 (5 seasons) Career Record.............. 37-99 (5 seasons)

Coaching Staff Head Coach........................Paul Combs Phone............................... 402-375-7309 Record at WSC......... 27-29 (2 seasons) Career Record..... 189-129 (12 seasons)

Communications Staff SID.......................................... Kelly Loft Phone............................... 507-537-7177 E-Mail....................Kelly.Loft@smsu.edu

Communications Staff SID..............................Howard Thompson Phone..................................563-425-5307 E-Mail........................ thompsonh@uiu.edu

Communications Staff SID....................................... Mike Grosz Phone............................... 402-375-7326 E-Mail...................... migrosz1@wsc.edu

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record................ 12-14 NSIC Record/Finish ............... 9-13/T6th Starters Returning/Lost..................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning /Lost........... 9/4

2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record..................... 8-18 NSIC Record/Finish.................... 7-15/13th Starters Returning /Lost....................... NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost............... NA

2010-11 Season 2010-11Overall Record................. 13-13 NSIC Record/Finish .............. 9-13/ T8th Starters Returning /Lost.....................NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............NA

Series Standing Series Record........... SCSU leads 34-18 First Meeting.............................. 1969-70 Last Meeting.................................. 71-58 ......................................... Feb. 12, 2011

Series Standing Series Record................ SCSU leads 11-1 First Meeting................................. 1951-52 Last Meeting..........................79-67 SCSU .............................................. Feb. 5, 2011

Series Standing Series Record............. SCSU leads 12-3 First Meeting.............................. 1960-61 Last Meeting....................... 66-59 SCSU ..........................................Jan. 28, 2011

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WINONA STATE Jan. 8 at Winona, Minn., 4 p.m. Feb. 3 at St. Cloud, Minn., 8 p.m.

Quick Facts Location............................ Winona, Minn. Founded.......................................... 1858 Enrollment...................................... 8,000 President.............. Dr. Judith A. Ramaley Team Colors.Northwestern Purple & White Team Nickname..........................Warriors Home Arena .................... McCown Gym Capacity......................................... 3,500 National Affiliation................ NCAA Div. II Athletics Director ...............Larry Holstad Coaching Staff Head Coach ........................... Mike Leaf Phone................................507-457-5530 Record at WSU.... 290-118 (13 seasons) Career Record...... 290-118 (13 seasons) Communications Staff SID......................................... Grant Wall Phone................................507-457-5576 E-Mail........................gwall@winona.edu 2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record................... 17-9 NSIC Record/Finish ................13-9/T4th Starters Returning/Lost...................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........... 10/4 Series Standing Series Record............ SCSU leads 89-39 First Meeting............................... 1922-23 Last Meeting......................... 58-41 WSU .......... NSIC Sanford Health Tournament ..........................................Feb. 27, 2010

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2010-11 All-NSIC Men’s Basketball Team First Team Name Cameron McCaffrey Cody Schilling Peter Olafeso Eric Erdmann Anthony Moody Marcus Hill Jefferson Mason Collin Pryor Taylor Witt Ben Fischer

Pos G G G F G G F F G G

Ht. 6’1 6’5 6’2 6’5 6’0 5’9 6’6 6’6 6’2 6’1

Yr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr.

Second Team Name James Ellisor Brent Barz Ryan Rasmussen Cameron Hodges Alex Novak Scott Roehl Andrew Bernstetter Amry Shelby Anthony Tucker Clayton Vette

Pos F C G G F F F G G F

Ht. 6’5 6’10 6’2 6’5 6’8 6’7 6’6 5’11 6’3 6’7

Yr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. So.

Player of the Year Anthony Moody, University of Mary Defensive Player of the Year Cameron Hodges, Minnesota State Freshman of the Year Brett Ervin, Minnesota Duluth Newcomer of the Year Peter Olafeso, Concordia-St. Paul Coach of the Year Matt Margenthaler, Minnesota State

School Augustana Augustana Concordia-St. Paul Mary Mary MSU MSU NSU SCSU WSU School Bemidji State Concordia-St. Paul UMD MSU MSUM SMSU SCSU Wayne State Winona State Winona State

NSIC Men’s Basketball 2010-11 Final Regular Season Standings Team

NSIC Overall

1. Minnesota State ... 19-3 ......23-3 2. University of Mary .18-4........22-4 3. Augustana College.15-7 .......18-8 4. Winona State* ...... 13-9........17-9 Concordia St. Paul .13-9......16-10 6. St. Cloud State..... 12-10 ....13-13 MSU Moorhead . . 12-10 ...15-11 8. Wayne State . ...... 9-13 .....13-13 SMSU.................... 9-13......12-14 10. Northern State . .. 8-14......12-14 Bemidji State ...... 8-14 . ..11-15 Minnesota Duluth .8-14......10-16 13. Upper Iowa . ....... 7-15........8-18 14. Minn., Crookston .3-19........7-19 * NSIC Tournament Champion


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rom its modest origin as a six-team alliance nearly eight decades ago, the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference has matured into a 14-team union of upper Midwest colleges and universities to form arguably the strongest affiliation in NCAA Division II. The NSIC can trace its roots to 1932 when six schools, including Bemidji State University, Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota State University Moorhead, St. Cloud State University, University of Minnesota Duluth and Winona State University signed on as charter members. All remain active subscribers of the league today. Southwest Minnesota State University was added in 1969, followed by Northern State University in 1978, Wayne State College (NE) in 1998, Concordia University-St. Paul and the University of Minnesota, Crookston in 1999, the University of Mary and Upper Iowa University in 2006, and Augustana College, in 2008. Minnesota State, St. Cloud State and Minnesota Duluth later left the league to join the North Central Conference but returned to the NSIC in 2008. University of Minnesota, Morris and Michigan Tech University were once part of the NSIC family as well. In 1992 the NSIC became a true athletic showcase for both men and women with the merger of the traditional Northern Intercollegiate Conference and the Northern Sun Conference, the home of women’s athletics since 1979. Before NSIC affiliates became certified for championship competition in the National Collegiate Athletic Association in 1995, its member institutions filled prominent roles in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). NIC and NSC clubs annually dispatched qualified student-athletes to national tournaments and captured several NAIA teams and individual championships. The NSIC celebrates its 79th season this year and clearly continues to make a major imprint nationally, winning seven national titles in the last five years. Winona State men claimed NCAA II Basketball Championships in 2006 and 2008 and narrowly missed a third crown, falling in a last second shot in 2007. In addition, the Warriors established a NCAA II record of 57 consecutive victories. Concordia University launched an ongoing streak of three consecutive NCAA II Volleyball Championships starting in 2007. In 2008 the Golden Bears won 37 straight matches after a season opening loss on their way to a second consecutive title and scripted a marvelous encore in 2009 with a perfect 37-0 finish, a third straight national crown and a current winning streak of 74 straight matches. In a most surprising run, Minnesota Duluth completed a perfect 15-0 season by winning the 2008 NCAA Division II Football Championship. The Bulldogs, limited to only 24 scholarships by league rule, swept a field of fully-funded teams, including top ranked Grand Valley State and number three Northwest Missouri State. Minnesota State added more luster to the league by finishing 32-2 and claiming the 2008-09 NCAA II Women’s Basketball Championship. The Mavericks rolled to a wild 103-94 victory over Franklin Pierce to set a NCAA record for total points in the title game. Since 2000, the NSIC has also participated in Mineral Water Bowl. Hosted by the Quarterback Club of Excelsior Springs, Mo., the Mineral Water Bowl matches the highest-finishing teams from the NSIC and the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) not selected for the NCAA Division II football playoffs. Winona State defeated Missouri Western State, 43-41, in triple overtime, the Warriors, first-ever NCAA II post-season win in 2000. The NSIC has long provided competitive intercollegiate athletic programs for its members and several NSIC athletes have distinguished themselves on a larger stage, including the Olympics, major league baseball, the National Football League and the National Basketball Association. Member schools continue to emphasize the educational, entertainment and unifying value of sports while pointing with pride to the many advantages to be gained by attending these colleges and universities. The NSIC is committed to providing rewarding experiences for its student-athletes, and while the challenges that loom are sizable, indeed, the NSIC is surely well positioned for the future.

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2010-11 NSIC S tatistical L eaders Team Stats (NSIC Games Only) SCORING OFFENSE # Team 1.Minnesota State 2.Winona State 3.Augustana College 4.St. Cloud State 5.Concordia University 6.Northern State 7.Minnesota Duluth 8.Bemidji State

Pts 1792 1725 1720 1644 1636 1630 1621 1616

Avg/G 81.5 78.4 78.2 74.7 74.4 74.1 73.7 73.5

SCORING DEFENSE # Team 1.University of Mary 2.Wayne State 3.Southwest Minnesota 4.MSU Moorhead 5.Augustana College Winona State 7.Upper Iowa 8.Minnesota State

Pts 1409 1487 1540 1586 1592 1592 1600 1613

Avg/G 64.0 67.6 70.0 72.1 72.4 72.4 72.7 73.3

SCORING MARGIN # Team OFF 1.Minnesota State 81.5 2.University of Mary 71.5 3.Winona State 78.4 4.Augustana 78.2 5.SMSU 70.7 6.MSU Moorhead 72.5 7.CSP 74.4 8.St. Cloud State 74.7

DEF 73.3 64.0 72.4 72.4 70.0 72.1 74.0 74.4

Margin +8.1 +7.4 +6.0 +5.8 +0.7 +0.4 +0.4 +0.3

FREE THROW PERCENTAGES # Team FTM FTA 1.Minnesota Duluth 296 375 2.Bemidji State 402 511 3.Wayne State 316 405 4.St. Cloud State 321 412 5.Upper Iowa 328 423 6.Augustana 377 496 7.Minnesota State 460 614 8.UMC 263 360

Pct .789 .787 .780 .779 .775 .760 .749 .731

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES # Team FG FGA 1.Minnesota State 587 1204 2.Augustana College 594 1256 3.CSP 596 1265 4.Bemidji State 542 1163 5.University of Mary 568 1219 6.MSU Moorhead 577 1271 7.Winona State 593 1321 8.Wayne State 498 1110

Pct .488 .473 .471 .466 .466 .454 .449 .449

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE # Team FG FGA 1.University of Mary 492 1219 2.SMSU 524 1230 3.CSP 584 1369 4.MSU Moorhead 558 1252 5.Winona State 555 1236 6.Bemidji State 562 1240 7.Augustana 565 1243 8.Upper Iowa 546 1182

Pct .404 .426 .427 .446 .449 .453 .455 .462

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES # Team FG FGA 1.University of Mary 180 441 2.Minnesota State 158 394 3.MSU Moorhead 151 389 4.Wayne State 141 366 5.Minnesota Duluth 151 404 6.St. Cloud State 167 450 7.Winona State 204 565 8.Augustana College 155 434

Pct .408 .401 .388 .385 .374 .371 .361 .357

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE # Team FG FGA 1.University of Mary128 387 2.Minnesota State 127 376 3.Upper Iowa 113 329 4.CSP 168 488 5.Wayne State 127 363 6.MSU Moorhead 155 440 7.SMSU 153 420 8.Winona State 140 380

Pct .331 .338 .343 .344 .350 .352 .364 .368

TURNOVER MARGIN # Team Tm 1.University of Mary 9.7 2.Minnesota State 11.0 3.Augustana 11.4 4.Winona State 11.9 5.St. Cloud State 10.3 6.Wayne State 13.3 7.Northern State 13.0 8.MSU Moorhead 11.5

Opp 12.5 13.0 13.0 13.4 11.2 14.0 13.1 11.5

Mar. +2.77 +1.95 +1.64 +1.55 +0.86 +0.73 +0.09 -0.05 Ratio 1.42 1.23 1.22 1.19 1.14 1.12 1.05 1.04

REBOUNDING OFFENSE # Team 1.Southwest Minnesota 2.Concordia University 3.Winona State 4.Northern State 5.Augustana College 6.St. Cloud State 7.MSU Moorhead 8.Minnesota State

Reb 827 814 802 773 757 755 750 730

Avg/G 37.6 37.0 36.5 35.1 34.4 34.3 34.1 33.2

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO # Team Ast Turn 1.St. Cloud State 322 227 2.University of Mary 261 213 3.SMSU 317 260 4.Winona State 310 261 5.Minnesota State 278 243 6.Minnesota Duluth 299 268 7.Augustana 263 250 8.Bemidji State 289 279

REBOUNDING DEFENSE # Team 1.Wayne State 2.Bemidji State 3.MSU Moorhead 4.Augustana College 5.Minnesota State 6.Southwest Minnesota 7.Upper Iowa 8.Winona State

Reb 689 691 700 703 709 717 719 734

Avg/G 31.3 31.4 31.8 32.0 32.2 32.6 32.7 33.4

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1.Winona State 2.Southwest Minnesota 3.Concordia University 4.Northern State 5.St. Cloud State 6.MSU Moorhead 7.Minnesota State 8.Augustana College

No. 304 284 271 268 251 245 239 233

Avg/G 13.82 12.91 12.32 12.18 11.41 11.14 10.86 10.59

REBOUNDING MARGIN # Team Tm 1.SMSU 37.6 2.Winona State 36.5 3.Augustana 34.4 4.MSU Moorhead 34.1 5.CSP 37.0 6.Bemidji State 32.7 7.Minnesota State 33.2 8.St. Cloud State 34.3

Opp 32.6 33.4 32.0 31.8 35.2 31.4 32.2 34.2

Mar. +5.0 +3.1 +2.5 +2.3 +1.8 +1.3 +1.0 +0.1

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1.University of Mary 2.Southwest Minnesota Concordia University 4.Augustana College 5.Bemidji State 6.Minnesota Duluth 7.Northern State MSU Moorhead

No. 546 543 543 524 521 511 505 505

Avg/G 24.82 24.68 24.68 23.82 23.68 23.23 22.95 22.95

BLOCKED SHOTS # Team 1.St. Cloud State 2.MSU Moorhead 3.Winona State 4.Concordia University University of Mary 6.Southwest Minnesota 7.Upper Iowa 8.Bemidji State

Blks 96 82 80 71 71 59 51 47

Avg/G 4.36 3.73 3.64 3.23 3.23 2.68 2.32 2.14

ASSISTS # Team 1.St. Cloud State 2.Southwest Minnesota 3.Winona State 4.Minnesota Duluth 5.Upper Iowa 6.Bemidji State 7.Minnesota State Concordia University

Ast 322 317 310 299 291 289 278 278

Avg/G 14.64 14.41 14.09 13.59 13.23 13.14 12.64 12.64

STEALS # Team 1.Wayne State 2.Winona State 3.Minnesota State 4.Augustana College Northern State 6.Minn., Crookston 7.Bemidji State St. Cloud State

Stls 178 153 145 135 135 131 129 129

Avg/G 8.09 6.95 6.59 6.14 6.14 5.95 5.86 5.86

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE # Team 3FG 1.Winona State 204 2.University of Mary 180 3.St. Cloud State 167 4.Minnesota State 158 5.Augustana College 155 6.Minnesota Duluth 151 MSU Moorhead 151 8.Wayne State 141

Avg/G 9.27 8.18 7.59 7.18 7.05 6.86 6.86 6.41

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C onference C hampionships / SCSU T eam C aptains

Conference Championships at SCSU

SCSU Team Captains

NSIC/Sanford Health Tournament Champions 2009, 2010 NCC Wells Fargo Finals Champions 2001, 2003 North Central Conference 1986, 1987, 1988, 2003 Northern Intercollegiate Conference 1976, 1970, 1969, 1968, 1966, 1965, 1964, 1963, 1962, 1960, 1959, 1958, 1957, 1956, 1946, 1943, 1941 Minnesota State College Conference 1930, 1923

1961-62 Bob Wolff 1962-63 Jack Haddorff 1963-64 Brad Johnson, Jack Harrison 1964-65 Dave Linehan 1965-66 Dave Linehan, Izzy Schmeising, John Daggett 1966-67 Terry Porter, Tom Abram, Tom Ditty 1967-68 Terry Porter, Tom Ditty 1968-69 Mike Trewick, Neil Warnberg 1969-70 Louis Boone, Steve Strandemo 1970-71 Jeff Barott, George Wilson 1971-72 Dean Laager 1972-73 Josh Strub 1973-74 Mark Stoeve, Kurt Virgin 1974-75 Jon Barth 1975-76 Al Anderstrom, Tom Decker 1976-77 Brad Akason, Bryan Rohs 1977-78 Mike Morgan 1978-79 Jeff Lunde 1979-80 Bob Hegman 1980-81 Dan Hagen 1981-82 Gary Douglas, Joel Meyer 1982-83 John Harris, Gary Madison 1983-84 Gary Madison, Kevin Haire, Mark Scheveck 1984-85 Gary Madison, Derrick Grow 1985-86 Kevin Catron, Bruce Anderson 1986-87 Barry Wohler, Reggie Perkins, Terry Kuechle 1987-88 Reggie Perkins, Terry Kuechle 1988-89 Kent Lind, Troy Rudoll

Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Champions 1932-33............... Mankato State 1933-34...........Minnesota Duluth 1934-35...........Minnesota Duluth 1935-36...........Minnesota Duluth 1936-37...........Minnesota Duluth 1937-38................. Winona State 1938-39................. Winona State 1939-40................. Bemidji State 1940-41................. Bemidji State St. Cloud State 1941-42................. Bemidji State 1942-43.............. St. Cloud State 1943-45 No Competition: WW II 1945-46.............. St. Cloud State 1946-47............... Mankato State 1947-48............... Mankato State 1948-49............... Mankato State 1949-50............... Mankato State 1950-51................. Bemidji State Mankato State Winona State 1951-52................. Bemidji State 1952-53............... Mankato State 1953-54............... Mankato State 1954-55............... Mankato State 1955-56............... Mankato State 1956-57................. Bemidji State St. Cloud State 1957-58.............. St. Cloud State 1958-59.............. St. Cloud State 1959-60............... Mankato State St. Cloud State 1960-61............... Mankato State 1961-62.............. St. Cloud State 1962-63................Michigan Tech St. Cloud State 1963-64.............. St. Cloud State 1964-65............. MSU Moorhead St. Cloud State 1965-66.............. St. Cloud State 1966-67................. Bemidji State 1967-68.............. St. Cloud State 1968-69.............. St. Cloud State Winona State 1969-70.............. St. Cloud State 1970-71............. MSU Moorhead 1971-72................. Winona State 1972-73................. Winona State 1973-74................. Winona State 1974-75................. Winona State 1975-76.............. St. Cloud State 1976-77........... Minnesota-Morris 1977-78........... Minnesota-Morris

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1978-79............... Mankato State 1979-80................Michigan Tech 1980-81............. MSU Moorhead 1981-82............. MSU Moorhead Minnesota Duluth 1982-83...........Minnesota Duluth 1983-84............... Northern State Minnesota Duluth 1984-85............... Northern State 1985-86...........Minnesota Duluth 1986-87...........Minnesota Duluth 1987-88...........Minnesota Duluth 1988-89...........Minnesota Duluth 1989-90...........Minnesota Duluth 1990-91...........Minnesota Duluth 1991-92...........Minnesota Duluth 1992-93............... Northern State 1993-94........... Minnesota-Morris 1994-95............... Northern State 1995-96............... Northern State 1996-97............... Northern State Minnesota Duluth 1997-98............... Northern State 1998-99............... Northern State Winona State 1999-00.................. Wayne State Winona State Wayne State (Tourn.) 2000-01............ Southwest State Winona State (Tourn.) 2001-02............... Northern State Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth (Tourn.) 2002-03............... Northern State Minnesota Duluth (Tourn) 2003-04................. Bemidji State Northern State (Tourn.) 2004-05................. Winona State Northern State (Tourn.) 2005-06................. Winona State Winona State (Tourn.) 2006-07................. Winona State Winona State (Tourn.) 2007-08................. Winona State Winona State (Tourn.) 2008-09.... Southwest Minnesota St. Cloud State (Tourn.) 2009-10.............Minnesota State St. Cloud State (Tourn.) 2010-11.............Minnesota State Winona State (Tourn.)

1989-90 Troy Rudoll, Mark Harvey 1990-91 Orieon Thurston 1991-92 Bryan Akervik, Dean Kessler 1992-93 Scott Springer, Kris Beaudette, Stewart Cramer 1993-94 Haug Scharnowski 1994-95 Joel McDonald, Dan Ward 1995-96 None selected 1996-97 Tony Morrow, Shane Poepping, Jason Pelowski 1997-98 Jon Hinzman, Jason Pelowski, Sean Whitlock, Mark Hein 1998-99 Enoch Dix, Brandon Wade 1999-20 Todd Bishop, Zach Goring, Jeremy Schmidt 2000-01 Todd Bishop, Jonny Reese 2001-02 BJ Brant, Rado Rancik 2002-03 Alex Carlson, Jason Kron, Forrest Witt 2003-04 Alex Carlson, Nate Miller 2004-05 Nate Miller, Steve Trull 2005-06 Matt Siegle, Pat Weihert 2006-07 Adam Sullivan, David Dreas 2007-08 David Dreas, Dusty Wabiszewski 2008-09 Brett Carmichael, Craig Coenen, Matt Schneck 2009-10 Matt Schneck, Taylor Witt 2010-11 Andrew Bernstetter, Josh Ortmann, Taylor Witt 2011-12 Brett Putz

The 2009-10 NSIC Tournament Championship team before advancing to the NCAA Final Four.


P ost S eason A ward W inners

St. Cloud State Post-Season Award Winners

All-NSIC 2011- Taylor Witt, G, 1st Team Andrew Bernstetter, F, 2nd Team 2010- Matt Schneck, C, 1st Team Taylor Witt, G, 1st Team 2009- Taylor Witt, G, 1st Team Andrew Bernstetter, F, 2nd Team

NSIC Preseason Most Valuable Player 2011- Taylor Witt, G NSIC Most Valuable Player 2010- Matt Schneck, C 2010 NSIC/Sanford Health All-Tournament Team 2011- Taylor Witt, G 2010- Matt Schneck, C, MVP Taylor Witt, G 2009- Taylor Witt, G, MVP Matt Schneck, C Academic All-NSIC 2010- Matt Schneck, C; Andrew Bernstetter, F 2009- Matt Schneck, C; Andrew Bernstetter, F 2011- Andrew Bernstetter, F All-NCC 2008- David Dreas, G; Dusty Wabiszewski, G (HM) 2007- David Dreas, Adam Sullivan 2006- David Dreas, Matt Siegle, Adam Sullivan 2005- Nate Miller; Steve Trull (HM) 2004- Alex Carlson; Nate Miller (HM) 2003- Forrest Witt; Jason Kron; Alex Carlson (HM) 2002- Forrest Witt; Jason Kron (HM); Rado Rancik (HM) 2001- Rado Rancik; Forrest Witt; B.J. Brandt (HM); Jason Kron (HM) 2000- Rado Rancik, F 1999- Enoch Dix, G 1998- Jon Hinzman, C; Sean Whitlock, G 1997- Jon Hinzman, C; Jon Bryant,G Tony Morrow, G (HM) 1996- Jon Hinzman, C (HM), Sean Whitlock, G (HM) 1995- Joel McDonald, G 1994- Joel McDonald, G (HM) 1993- Haug Scharnowski, F 1992- Dean Kessler, G 1990- Orieon Thurston, G 1989- Tony King, F 1988- Reggie Perkins, G, Terry Kuechle, C 1987- Barry Wohler, G; Reggie Perkins, G 1986- Kevin Catron, F; John Anderson, C 1985- Kevin Catron, F NCC Most Valuable Player 1998- Jon Hinzman, C 1995- Joel McDonald, G 1988- Reggie Perkins, G 1987- Reggie Perkins, G 1986- Kevin Catron, F NCC Defensive Player of the Year 2005- Steve Trull, F 2004- Alex Carlson, G 2003- Jason Kron, F 2002- Jason Kron, F 2000- Jason Kron, F

NCC Freshman of the Year 2000- Jason Kron, F 1999- Rado Rancik, F

Academic All-NCC 2008- Matt Schneck, C; Ross Winnekins, C 2007- Adam Sullivan, F 2006- David Dreas, G; Adam Sullivan, G/F 2005- Nate Miller, G; Steve Trull, F; HM: Pat Weihert, Brad Evans, Scott Peters 2004- Alex Carlson, G; Nate Miller, G; Steve Trull, F 2003- Alex Carlson, G; Jason Kron, F; Forrest Witt, G. HM: Travis Adams, Nate Miller, Steve Trull 2002- Jason Kron, F; Forrest Witt, G; BJ Brant, C 2001- Todd Bishop, G; Jason Kron, F; Forrest Witt, G 2000- Todd Bishop, G 1999- Todd Bishop, G, Enoch Dix, G 1998- Nate Pelowski,F, Sean Whitlock, G 1997- Tony Morrow, G, Jason Pelowski, F 1995- Jason Pelowski, F, Joel McDonald, G 1994- Chad Germann, G, Joel McDonald, G Haug Scharnowski, F* 1993- Haug Scharnowski, F, Scott Springer, F 1992- Haug Scharnowski, F 1989- Troy Rudoll, C/F 1987- Barry Wohler, G, Todd Spaulding, G* 1986- Barry Wohler, G * NCC Honor Athlete All-America Selections 2010- Matt Schneck, C 2008- David Dreas, G 1998- Jon Hinzman, C 1988- Reggie Perkins 1986- Kevin Catron, F 1985- Kevin Catron, F 1966- Izzy Schmeising 1957- Vern Baggenstoss Captital One All-Academic Team District 5 2011- Andrew Bernstetter, F CoSIDA Academic All-District Team 2010- Matt Schneck, C, 2nd Team Andrew Bernstetter, F, 2nd Team

NABC All-American 2010- Matt Schneck, First Team Verizon Academic All-District V 2003- Forrest Witt 2002- Forrest Witt (2nd team) GTE Academic All-District 1993- Haug Scharnowski, F 1991- Troy Rudoll, F Arthur Ashe Scholar-Athlete Award 1999- Enoch Dix, G 1998- Sean Whitlock, G All-America Farm Team Award 1998- Jon Hinzman, C 1997- Jon Hinzman, C NCAA DII All-North Central Region 2006- David Dreas, G 2008- David Dreas, G Division II Bulletin All-American 2010- Matt Schneck, C, 1st Team 2008- David Dreas, G (HM) Division II All-Star Game Selection 2011- Taylor Witt (West Team) Basketball Times DII Top-25 All-American 2008- David Dreas, G ESPN the Magazine District V All-Academic 2008- Matt Schneck (3rd team) NCAA Elite Eight All-Tournament Team 2010- Matt Schneck C, Taylor Witt, G NCAA Central Region All-Tournament Team 2010- Matt Schneck C (Most Outstanding Player) Josh Ortmann G Bob Cousy Award Candidate 2010- Taylor Witt Sporting News Preseason All-Americans 2010- Matt Schneck, C, (HM), Taylor Witt, G, (HM)

Daktronics All-North Central Region 2011- Taylor Witt (2nd team) 2010- Matt Schneck 2008- David Dreas 2007- David Dreas (2nd team) 2006- David Dreas; Matt Siegle (2nd team) 2004- Alex Carlson 2003- Forrest Witt 2002- Forrest Witt (2nd team) Daktronics All-American 2010- Matt Schneck, Third Team NABC DII All-District 2011- Taylor Witt 2010- Matt Schneck, Taylor Witt 2009- Taylor Witt (2nd team) 2008- David Dreas 2005- Nate Miller 2004- Alex Carlson 2003- Forrest Witt 2002- Forrest Witt

Taylor Witt was a 2010-11 All-NSIC First Team Member and the NSIC Preseason Player of the year.

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H usky R ecord B ook

Barry Wohler

SCSU legend Vern Baggenstoss in 1958-59

SCSU great Terry Porter Dean Kessler, 1990-92

1929-30 Minnesota State College Conference Champs

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Hall of Fame Member Reggie Perkins


I ndividual C areer R ecords Games Played No Player (Years Played) 1. Taylor Witt (2007-11) 2. Forrest Witt (1999-03) 3. Haug Scharnowski (1989-94) 4. Terry Kuechle (1984-88) Todd Spaulding (1984-88) Andrew Bernstetter (2007-11) 7. Troy Rudoll (1986-90) Jason Kron (1999-03) David Dreas (2004-08) Craig Coenen (2005-09) 11. Nate Miller (2001-05) Matt Siegle (2002-06) 13. Scott Springer (1989-93) Joel McDonald (1991-95) Matt Schneck (2006-10) 16. Greg Kesti (1989-93) 17. Todd Bishop (1997-01) 18. Stewart Cramer (1989-93) 19. Gary Madison (1981-85) Reggie Perkins (1984-88) 21. Bruce Anderson (1982-86) Rado Rancik (1998-2002) 23. Dan Hagen (1977-81) Jon Hinzman (1994-98) Sean Whitlock (1994-98) Alex Carlson (2000-04) 27. Bob Hegman (1976-80) 28. Andy Johnson (1998-2002) BJ Brant (1998-2002) 30. Cleveland Barnes (1983-87) 31. Nate Pelowski (1995-98) 32. Terry Porter (1964-68) Mike Trewick (1965-69)

Games 123 121 120 119 119 118 118 118 118 116 116 115 115 115 114 113 112 111 111 109 109 108 108 108 108 106 105 105 104 103 102 102

Best Points-Per-Game Average (50 game Min.) No. Player (Years Played) Avg 1. Kevin Catron (1984-86) 23.10 2. Dan Hagen (1977-81) 19.78 3. Dean Kesler (1990-92) 19.15 4. Vern Baggenstoss (1956-59) 18.24 5. Tony King (1987-89) 18.07 6. Dave Westlund (1953-56) 17.25 7. Al Anderstrom (1972-76) 17.01 8. Josh Strub (1971-73) 16.86 9. Terry Porter (1964-68) 16.61 10. Roger Westlund (1951-55) 15.80 11. David Dreas (2004-2008) 15.30 12. Izzy Schmeising (1962-66) 15.24 13. Ron Bambenek (1957-59) 15.03 14. Dave Linehan (1964-66) 14.86 15. Forrest Witt (1998-03) 14.70 16. Jon Hinzman (1994-98) 14.30 17. Reggie Perkins (1984-88) 14.25 18. Bill Selisker (1957-59) 14.25 19. Ken Novak (1947-51) 14.40 20. Rado Rancik (1998-02) 14.01 Field Goals Made No. Player (Years Played) 1. Dan Hagen (1977-81) 2. Reggie Perkins (1984-88) 3. Terry Porter (1964-68) 4. Jon Hinzman (1994-98) 5. Al Anderstrom (1972-76) 6. Forrest Witt (1998-03) 7. Matt Schneck (2006-10) 8. David Dreas (2004-08) 9. Haug Scharnowski (1989-94) 10. Taylor Witt (2007-11) 11. Kevin Catron (1984-86) 12. Rado Rancik (1998-2002) 13. Jason Kron (1999-03) 14. Vern Baggenstoss (1956-59) 15. Terry Kuechle (1984-88 16. Izzy Schmeising (1962-66) 17. Nate Miller (2001-05) 18. Roger Westlund (1951-55) 19. Matt Siegle (2002-06) 20. Jack Kelly (1954-58)

FGM 843 680 663 623 616 611 610 593 588 558 543 533 510 503 495 488 484 481 478 466

Free Throws Made Player (Years Played) Taylor Witt (2007-11) Dan Hagen (1977-81) Joel McDonald (1991-95) Dave Westlund (1953-56) Matt Schneck (2006-10) Roger Westlund (1951-55)

FTM 465 450 443 382 388 380

No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

7. Terry Porter (1964-68) 8. David Dreas (2004-08) 9. Jason Kron (1999-03) 10. Rado Rancik (1998-2002) 11. Ken Novak (1947-51) 12. Sean Whitlock (1994-98) 13. Terry Kuechle (1984-88) 14. Matt Siegle (2002-06) 15. Izzy Schmeising (1962-66) 16. Forrest Witt (1998-03) 17. Jon Hinzman (1994-98) 18. Nate Miller (2001-05) Ed Miller (1954-57) 20. Mike Trewick (1965-69)

368 366 363 355 341 338 325 321 319 314 297 287 287 283

3-Point Field Goals Made (since ‘86-’87) No Player (Years Played) FGM 1. David Dreas (2004-08) 250 2. Forrest Witt (1998-03) 238 3. Joel McDonald (1991-95) 222 4. Alex Carlson (2000-04) 196 5. Taylor Witt (2007-11) 189 6. Nate Miller (2001-05) 188 7. Brett Putz (2008-present) 183 8. Dean Kesler (1990-92) 179 9. Adam Sullivan (2004-2007) 178 10. Chad Germann (1990-94) 163 11. Jon Bryant (1995-97) 141 12. Binky Pool (1988-90) 124 13. Andrew Bernstetter (2007-11) 121 14. Sean Whitlock (1994-98) 120 15. Jason Kron (1999-03) 108 16. Rado Rancik (1998-2002) 106 17. Todd Bishop (1997-01) 104 18. Tony Morrow (1995-97) 92 19. Josh Ortmann (2007-11) 78 20. Eric Greene (2004-07) 77 Rebounds No Name (Years Played) REB 1. Vern Baggenstoss (1956-59) 1,324 2. Dan Hagen (1977-81) 1,004 3. Haug Scharnowski (1989-94) 978 4. Matt Schneck (2006-10) 909 5. Jon Hinzman (1994-98) 804 6. Jason Kron (1999-03) 754 7. Andrew Bernstetter (2007-11) 721 8. Troy Rudoll (1986-90) 694 9. Matt Siegle (2002-06) 671 10. Roger Nordgren (1969-73) 666 11. Terry Kuechle (1984-88) 661 12. Izzy Schmeising (1962-66) 657 13. Jeff Barott (1967-71) 646 14. Rado Rancik (1998-2002) 642 15. Tom Ditty (1964-68) 635 16. Al Anderstrom (1970-74) 629 17. B. J. Brant (1998-2002) 564 18. Tom Decker (1972-76) 551 19. Mark Stoeve (1970-74) 550 20. Doug Miller (1973-77) 501 Assists (since 1976-77 season) No Name (Years Played) Aat. 1. Dan Ward (1991-95) 774 2. Reggie Perkins (1984-88) 597 3. Alex Carlson (2000-04) 584 4. Taylor Witt (2007-11) 484 5. Sean Whitlock (1994-98) 459 6. Dusty Wabiszewski (2005-08) 427 7. David Dreas (2004-08) 383 8. Orieon Thurston (1989-91) 367 9. Barry Wohler (1985-87) 359 10. Nate Miller (2001-05) 358 11. Forrest Witt (1998-03) 332 12. Gary Madison (1981-985) 317 Todd Bishop (1997-01) 317 14. Zach Goring (1996-2000) 298 15. Todd Spaulding (1984-88) 287 16. Bob Hegman (1976-80) 244 17. Cleveland Barnes (1983-87) 242 18. Lance Paddock (1988-90) 234 19. Terry Kuechle (1984-88) 229 20. Jason Kron (1999-03) 228 No 1. 2. 3.

Steals (since 1983-84 season) Name (Years Played) Steals Reggie Perkins (1984-88) 258 Nate Miller (2001-05) 223 David Dreas (2004-08) 190

4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 19.

Alex Carlson (2000-04) Haug Scharnowski (1989-94) Sean Whitlock (1994-98) Dusty Wabiszewski (2005-08) Forrest Witt (1998-03) Todd Spaulding (1984-88) Dan Ward (1991-95) Todd Bishop (1997-01) Troy Rudoll (1986-90) Taylor Witt (2007-11) Rado Rancik (1998-02) Jason Kron (1999-03) Nate Pelowski (1994-98) Terry Kuechle (1984-88) Barry Wohler (1985-87) Matt Schneck (2006-10) Brett Putz (2008-present)

181 177 163 163 150 145 139 129 129 127 120 111 110 108 102 100 95

Blocked Shots (since ‘83-’84) No Name (Years Played) Blks 1. Andrew Bernstetter (2007-11) 174 2. Jon Hinzman (1994-98) 115 3. Rado Rancik (1998-2002) 87 4. Matt Siegle (2002-06) 79 5. Steve Trull (2001-05) 75 6. Jeremy Schmidt (1996-2000) 68 7. Haug Scharnowski (1989-94) 65 8. Jason Kron (1999-03) 64 9. Kevin Catron (1984-86) 62 Jesse Fisher (2007-present) 62 11. Matt Schneck (2006-10) 59 12. Theo Rothstein (2008-present) 54 13. Nate Pelowski (1994-98) 46 14. Shane Poepping (1993-97) 42 Joe Evert (2003-05) 42 16. Andrew Johnson (1998-2002) 40 17. Alex Carlson (2000-04) 39 18. BJ Brant (1998-2002) 38 19. Terry Kuechle (1984-88) 37 20. Reggie Perkins (1984-88) 36 Kevin Treanor (1985-87) 36 Craig Coenen (2005-09) 36 Field Goal Percentage (min. 300 att.) No Name (Yrs. Played) FGM-FGA 1. Steve Trull (2001-05) 293-471 2. Izzy Schmeising (1962-66) 488-810 3. Matt Schneck (2006-10) 610-1037 4. Dave Linehan (1964-66) 220-387 5. Nate Pelowski (1994-98) 270-488 6. Joel Meyer (1978-82) 377-690 7. Al Anderstrom (1972-76) 616-1130 8. Greg Kesti (1989-93) 311-572 9. Ron Bambenek (1957-59) 183-338 10. Neil Warnberg (1967-69) 221-410 Jon Hinzman (1994-98) 623-1155 12. Eric Bergstrom (2004-07) 188-351 13. Jeremy Schmidt (1996-00) 200-374 14. Tony King (1987-89) 392-734 15. Terry Kuechle (1984-88) 495-928 16. Haug Scharnowski (1989-94) 588-1106 17. Dan Hagen (1977-81) 843-1588 18. Todd Spaulding (1984-88) 325-626 19. Matt Siegle (1902-06) 478-926 20. Mike Trewick (1965-69) 392-766

Pct .662 .602 .588 .566 .553 .546 .545 .544 .541 .539 .539 .536 .535 .534 .533 .531 .530 .519 .516 .512

Free Throw Percentage (min. 125 att) Player (Yrs. Played) FTM-FTA Orieon Thurston (1989-91) 200-229 Dean Kesler (1990-92) 146-169 Joel McDonald (1991-95) 443-519 Nate Miller (2001-05) 287-345 David Dreas (2004-08) 366-440 Forrest Witt (1998-03) 314-378 Al Anderstrom (1972-76) 265-321 Jason Kron (1999-03) 363-441 BJ Brant (1998-2002) 276-336 Kurt Virgin (1971-74) 112-138 Taylor Witt (2007-11) 465-570 Terry Porter (1964-68) 368-456 Alex Carlson (2000-04) 266-331 Josh Ortmann (2007-11) 145-181 Steve Strandemo (1966-70) 211-264 Dusty Wabiszewski (2005-08) 158-199 Bob Hegman (1976-80) 191-241 Bryan Rohs (1973-77) 145-183 Bret Yonke (1993-96) 168-212 Josh Strub (1971-73) 147-188

Pct .873 .864 .854 .832 .832 .830 .826 .823 .821 .817 .816 .807 .804 .801 .799 .794 .793 .792 .792 .782

No 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20.

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I ndividual and T eam R ecords Individual Single Game

Most Free Throws:..... 23, Taylor Witt vs. Midwestern State Univ. (2010) Most Field Goals:.................. 20, Izzy Schmeising vs. Mich. Tech (1966) Most 3 Point Field Goals:.................. 9, Joel McDonald vs. UN-O (1995) Most Points Scored:.............. 56, Izzy Schmeising vs. Mich. Tech (1966) Best Free Throw %:.......................... 1.000 by several players, including (minimum 10 attempts)... Nate Miller (16-for-16) vs. Cent.Wash., (2003) Josh Strub (14-for-14) vs. SW State (1972) Tony King (14-for-14) vs. UNC (1989) David Dreas (14-for-14) vs. Upper Iowa (2005) Orieon Thurston (13-for-13) vs. NDSU (1991) Bret Yonke (12-for-12) vs. Winona St. (1995) Haug Scharnowski (11-for-11) vs. Nor. Col. (1993) Sean Whitlock (11-for-11) vs. USD (1996) Enoch Dix (11-for-11) vs. Morningside (1999) BJ Brant (11-for-11)vs. Morningside (2001) Taylor Witt (11-for-11) vs. Upper Iowa (2011) Jack Kelly (10-for-10) vs. Bemidji (1958) Jack Harrison (10-for-10) Parsons (IA) (1964) Forrest Witt (10-for-10) vs. MSU-Mankato (2000) Forrest Witt (10-for-10) vs. NDSU (2002) Dusty Wabiszewski (10-for-10) vs. MSU Moorhead (11/27/07) Best Field Goal %:.............................. 1.000 by several players, including (minimum 5 attempts)......... Jeff Barott (11-for-11) vs. Minn.-Morris (1971) 1.000, Nate Phillips (7-for-7) vs. Mich Tech. (2009) Best 3 Point %:.................................. 1.000 by several players, including (minimum 3 attempts).......Tony Morrow (5-for-5) vs. Minn.-Morris (1996) Todd Bishop (6-for-6) vs. UNO (1998) Alex Carlson (4-for-4) vs. SW State (2001) Tom Shirley (3-for-3) vs. Bemidji State (2010) Brett Putz (3-for-3) vs. University of Mary (2011) Most Rebounds:.........................................31, Vern Baggenstoss (1957) Most Assists:................................ 16, Orieon Thurston vs. NDSU (1991) Most Steals:............................. 7, Taylor Witt vs. Minnesota Duluth (2011) Most Blocks:..........................7, Steve Trull vs. Minnesota Duluth, 3/1/05

Individual Single Season

Most Free Throws Made:........................... 197, Matt Schneck (2009-10) Most Free Throw Attempts:........................ 295, Matt Schneck (2009-10) Most Field Goals:........................................ 300, Kevin Catron (1985-86) Most Field Goals Attempts:......................... 562, Kevin Catron (1985-86) Most 3 Point Field Goals:......................... 100, Joel McDonald (1994-95) Most 3 Point FGs Attempts:..................... 244, Joel McDonald (1994-95) Most Points:.................................. First Year: 482, Dan Hagen (1977-78) Sophomore: 570 David Dreas (2005-06) 547, Dan Hagen (1978-79) Junior: 598, Kevin Catron (1984-85) Senior: 744, Kevin Catron (1985-86) Best Field Goal Percentage:..... .679, Steve Trull, 112-for-165 (2004-05) Best 3 Point FG Percentage:........ .574, Jon Bryant, 54-of-94, (1995-96) Best Free Throw Percentage:..................... .894, Dean Kesler (1991-92) Most Rebounds:..................................457, Vern Baggenstoss (1956-57) Most Assists:....................................................263, Dan Ward (1991-92) Most Steals.......................................... 79, Dusty Wabiszewski (2007-08) Most Blocks......................................... 72, Andrew Bernstetter (2009-10) Most Consecutive FTs Made:.... 50, David Dreas (Dec. 2004-Nov. 2005) ................................................................ 42, Taylor Witt (12/3/10-1/4/11) 32, Jason Kron (2001, spans two seasons). Points-Per-Game Average:............... 24.81 by Joel McDonald (1994-95) 24.80 by Kevin Catron (1985-86)

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Individual Career

Most Field Goals:...........................................843, Dan Hagen (1977-81) Most Field Goal Attempts:...........................1,588, Dan Hagen (1977-81) Most 3 Point FGs Made:.............................. 250, David Dreas (2004-08) Most 3 Point FG Attempts:........................... 623, David Dreas (2004-08) Most Free Throws:.......................................... 465, Taylor Witt (2007-11) Most Free Throw Attempts:............................704, Dan Hagen (1977-81) Best Field Goal Percentage:.. .602, Izzy Schmeising, 488-for-810, (1962-66) Best 3 Point FG Percentage:.....464, Dean Kesler, 179-for-386, (1990-92) Best Free Throw Percentage:......873, Orieon Thurston, 200-for-229, (1989-91) Most Points Scored:....................................2,136, Dan Hagen (1977-81) Most Rebounds:...............................1,324, Vern Baggenstoss (1956-59) Rebound-Per-Game Average:..........20.06, Vern Baggenstoss (1956-59) Points-Per-Game Average:........................ 23.1, Kevin Catron (1984-86) Most Assists:....................................................774, Dan Ward (1991-95) Most Steals...............................................258, Reggie Perkins (1984-88) Most Blocks........................................174, Andrew Bernstetter (2007-11) Most Games Played:....................................... 123, Taylor Witt (2007-11)

Team Single Season

Most Points Scored:........................................................ 2,766 (2009-10) Best Field Goal %:............................................................ .511 (1964-65) Best 3 Point Field Goal %:...................................414 (1991-92/2005-06) Best Free Throw %:...................................................... .785 (2001-2002) Most Victories:..................................................................... 29, (2009-10) Conference (NIC) Victories:................................................. 12 (1967-68) Conference (NCC) Victories:................................................ 16 (1985-86) Conference (NSIC) Victories................................................ 16 (2009-10) Fewest Losses:...................................................................... 0 (1922-23) Most Field Goals Made:..................................................... 971 (1987-88) Most 3 Point FGs Made:......................................259 (2002-03/2005-06) Most Free Throws Made:................................................... 694 (2009-10) Most Blocks........................................................................ 159 (2009-10) Most Steals......................................................................... 294 (2002-03) Most Rebounds............................................................... 1,340 (2009-10) Most Assists....................................................................... 681 (1986-87) Longest Winning Streak:...................................................... 19 (1985-86) Conf. (NIC) Winning Streak:.................................... 12 Games (1967-68) Conf. (NCC) Winning Streak:................... 11 Games (1985-86, 1987-88) Conf. (NSIC) Winning Streak:................................... 9 Games (2009-10) Home Winning Streak (Halenbeck):........................ 27 Games (1967-69) Most Overtime Games:.............................................. 7 Overtime Games (1998-99)...................................................................................................

Team Single Game

Best Field Goal %:.................. .692 (27 of 39) vs. Northern State (1981) Best 3 Point Field Goal %:.......818 (9 of 11) vs. Southwest State (1991) Best Free Throw %......... 1.000 (9-9) vs. Wayne State (Neb.) (11/20/07) 1.000 (4 of 4) vs. UN-Omaha (1999) Most Field Goals:..............................................56 vs. Macalester (1990) Most 3 Point Field Goals:.............. 21 vs. Dakota State (S.D.) (12/20/08) Most Free Throws Made:...............................36 vs. UW-Superior (1963) 36 vs. Michigan Tech (1974) Most Points Scored:..............144 (Halenbeck) vs. Macalester (11/16/90) 124 (Eastman) vs. UW-Superior (1963) 124 (Road Game) vs. UND (2/8/97) Points Scored by Both Teams:..... 243 - SCSU 124, at UND 119 (2/8/97) 243 - Augsburg 122, at SCSU 121 (11/24/98) Most Rebounds:..................................60 vs. Johnson & Wales (12/9/05) Most Blocked Shots...............15 vs. University of Sioux Falls (12/29/09) Most Assists............................................ 33 vs. Bemidji State (12/29/99) Most Steals.....................23 vs. University of Wisconsin-Stout (11/15/10)


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Top Ten Individual Bests Single Game Scoring 1. Izzy Schmeising.................. 56, Michigan Tech; 1966 2. Joel McDonald......... 50, Nebraska-Omaha; 12/31/94 3. Taylor Witt.......... 43, Midwestern State Univ; 3/24/10 4. Enoch Dix....................41, North Dakota St.; 2/12/99 Tony King........................ 41, South Dakota; 1988-89 Nate Miller............ 41, Central Washington; 11/22/04 7. Matt Siegle..........40, St. Michael’s College; 11/26/04 Jon Bryant.......................... 40, North Dakota; 2/8/97 Dean Kesler.......... 40, Mankato State; 1990-91 season Josh Strub................40, St. John’s; 1971-72 season Season Scoring (Since 1965-66) 1. Kevin Catron........................................ 744 (1985-86) 2. Joel McDonald.....................................670 (1994-95) 3. Dean Kesler......................................... 635 (1991-92) 4. Matt Schneck....................................... 629 (2009-10) 5. Tony King............................................. 626 (1988-89) 6. Reggie Perkins....................................615 (1987-88) 7. Kevin Catron........................................ 598 (1984-85) 8. Taylor Witt............................................ 584 (2010-11) 9. Taylor Witt............................................ 583 (2009-10) 10. Terry Porter.......................................... 578 (1967-68) Season Rebounds (Since 1965-66) 1. Matt Schneck....................................... 386 2. Izzy Schmeising...................................378 3. Roger Nordgren...................................307 4. Tom Ditty.............................................. 305 5. Jeff Barott............................................ 273 6. Matt Siegle........................................... 264 7. Dan Hagen.......................................... 262 8. Dan Hagen.......................................... 259 9. Jon Hinzman........................................ 253 Haug Scharnowski...............................253 Dan Hagen.......................................... 253

(2009-10) (1965-66) (1972-73) (1967-68) (1969-70) (2005-06) (1978-79) (1980-81) (1997-98) (1991-92) (1979-80)

Season Assists (Since 1977-78) 1. Dan Ward............................................ 263 (1991-92) 2. Orieon Thurston...................................219 (1990-91) 3. Barry Wohler........................................ 200 (1986-87) 4. Dan Ward............................................ 199 (1992-93) 5. Lance Paddock....................................196 (1988-89) 6. Dan Ward............................................ 194 (1994-95) 7. Dusty Wabiszewski..............................189 (2007-08) 7. Reggie Perkins....................................181 (1985-86) 8. Alex Carlson........................................ 180 (2003-04) 9. Zach Goring..................................... 168 (1999-2000) 10. Alex Carlson........................................ 166 (2000-01) Taylor Witt............................................ 166 (2009-10) Season Steals (Since 1983-84) 1. Dusty Wabiszewski................................79 2. Reggie Perkins......................................74 3. Reggie Perkins......................................73 4. Nate Miller............................................. 71 5. Reggie Perkins......................................65 6. Haug Scharnowski.................................63 7. Alex Carlson.......................................... 60 8. Nate Miller............................................. 60 9. Dusty Wabiszewski................................59 10. David Dreas........................................... 58

(2007-08) (1987-88) (1986-87) (2004-05) (1985-86) (1991-92) (2000-01) (2002-03) (2006-07) (2007-08)

Season 3-Pointers Made (Since 1986-87) 1. Joel McDonald.....................................100 2. Chad Germann......................................96 3. Dean Kesler........................................... 92 4. Jon Bryant............................................. 87 Dean Kesler........................................... 87 6. David Dreas........................................... 83 7. Forrest Witt............................................ 74 8. Forrest Witt............................................ 73 David Dreas........................................... 73 David Dreas........................................... 73

(1994-95) (1993-94) (1990-91) (1996-97) (1991-92) (2005-06) (2001-02) (2002-03) (2006-07) (2007-08)

Top Five Team Bests 1. 2. 3.

Games 2009-10.................................. 35 1991-92.................................. 32 1986-87.................................. 31 2000-01.................................. 31 2002-03.................................. 31 2005-06.................................. 31 2008-09.................................. 31

1. 2. 4.

Wins 2009-10.................................. 29 1987-88.................................. 26 1985-86.................................. 26 2002-03.................................. 26 2000-01.................................. 25 1967-68.................................. 25

1. 2.

Losses 1988-89.................................. 16 1993-94.................................. 15 1989-90.................................. 15 1977-78.................................. 15 1972-73.................................. 15

1. 2. 4. 5.

Winning Percentage 1922-23.................. 1.000 (10-0) 1987-88.................... .867 (26-4) 1985-86.................... .867 (26-4) 1967-68.................... .862 (25-4) 1961-62.................... .852 (23-4)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Points (Since 1965) 2009-10............................. 2,766 2002-03............................. 2,532 2000-01............................. 2,515 1987-88............................. 2,493 2008-09............................. 2,469

1. 2. 3. 5.

Highest PPG (Since 1965) 1990-91............................... 85.1 1996-97............................... 83.3 2001-02............................... 83.1 1987-88............................... 83.1 1995-96............................... 81.9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Rebounds 2009-10............................. 1,340 1965-66............................. 1,329 1991-92............................. 1,195 1967-68............................. 1,187 1972-73............................. 1,168

1. 2. 3. 5.

Rebound Margin/Game 1965-66............................. +17.7 1969-70............................... +6.8 1968-69............................... +6.1 1967-68............................... +6.1 1987-88............................... +5.8

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Scoring Margin 1967-68............................. +19.0 1965-66............................. +12.1 2002-03............................. +11.5 2000-01............................. +10.7 2001-02............................. +10.5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Assists 1986-87................................ 681 1987-88................................ 589 1988-89................................ 588 2000-01................................ 584 1985-86................................ 569

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Steals 2002-03................................ 294 1986-87................................ 293 1987-88................................ 281 1985-86................................ 275 1991-92................................ 271

1. 2. 3. 4.

Most Blocks 2009-10................................. 159 2010-11..................................113 2008-09..................................112 2003-04................................. 106

1. 2. 4. 5.

Highest FG Percentage 1980-81............................... 51.3 1978-79............................... 50.4 1967-68............................... 50.4 1985-86............................... 50.0 1987-88............................... 49.7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Highest 3PT Percentage 1991-92............................... 41.4 1992-93............................... 40.8 1996-97............................... 40.7 2005-06............................... 41.4 2000-01............................... 40.3

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Highest FT Percentage 2001-02............................... 78.5 2000-01............................... 78.0 2010-11............................... 77.3 1993-94............................... 76.8 2002-03............................... 76.0

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1,000 P oint C lub

1. Dan Hagen (1977-81)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 843 0 450 2,136 • Hagen also holds the school record for points scored as a freshman (482).

PPG 19.8

2. David DFGM reas (2004-08) 3PM FTM

Pts. PPG Totals 593 250 366 1,802 15.3 • Three-Time All-NCC selection, SCSU record holder for career three-pointers made, and attempted.

3. Forrest Witt (1999-03)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 611 238 314 1,774 • Witt is a two-time Wells Fargo Finals Tournament MVP

PPG 14.6

7. Joel McDonald (1991-95)

FGM 3PM FTM Totals 460 222 443 • Joel McDonald was the NCC’s MVP in 1995.

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 680 18 198 1,582 14.2 •”Silky” played with the Harlem Globetrotters from 1992-97.

9. Jon Hinzmann (1994-98)

FGM 3PM FTM Totals 623 0 297 • Hinzman was a first-team All-American in 1998.

10. Rado Rancik (1999-2002)

5. Terry Porter (1964-68)

11. Al Anderstrom (1972-76)

6. Matt Schneck (2006-10)

12. Jason Kron (1999-03)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 663 0 368 1,694 16.6 • Porter is 11th on the SCSU free throw percentage chart (80.7 percent) and fifth on the career free throws made chart.

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 610 0 388 1,608 14.0 • Three-time All-American during 2009-10 season. One of two players to finish in top five in scoring and rebounding during a SCSU career.

PPG 13.8

8. Reggie Perkins (1984-88)

4. Taylor Witt (2007-11)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 558 189 465 1,770 14.4 • Holds the school record for most free throws made (22) and attempted (23) in a game and most free throws made all-time (465).

Pts. 1,585

Pts. 1,543

PPG 14.3

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 533 106 355 1,527 14.0 • Rancik was a three-time All-NCC performer and NCC Freshman of the Year in 1999.

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 616 0 265 1,497 17.0 • Anderstrom ranks seventh on the career field goal percentage chart (54.5 percent).

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 510 108 363 1,491 12.6 • Kron was named NCC Defensive Player of the Year three times.

13. Nate Miller (2001-05)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 484 188 287 1,443 • Miller ranks second for career steals (223) and fifth for three-point field goals made (188).

PPG 12.4

14. Haug Scharnowski (1989-94)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 588 0 258 1,434 12.0 • Scharnowski ranks third on the career rebounding chart (978).

15. Kevin Catron (1984-86)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 543 0 256 1,342 • Catron is SCSU’s only two-time All-American (85 & 86).

PPG 23.1

16. Dave Westlund (1953-56)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 456 0 418 1,330 14.9 • Westlund is second on the all-time list with 235 free throws attempted in one season (1955-56).

17. Roger Westlund (1951-55)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 481 0 366 1,328 16.0 • Westlund is 10th on the SCSU career points per game chart.

David Dreas

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18. Terry Kuechle (1984-88)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 495 0 325 1,315 11.0 •  Kuechle is tied for third on the career games played list (119).

19. Izzy Schmeising (1962-66)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 497 0 320 1,314 • Schmeising earned All-American honors in 1966.

PPG 15.1

20. Matt SFGM iegle (2002-06) 3PM FTM

Pts. PPG Totals 478 16 321 1,293 11.1 • 14th Husky to score over 1,000 points (1,293) and grab over 500 rebounds (671) in a career.

21. Alex CFGM arlson (2000-04) 3PM FTM

Pts. Totals 403 196 266 1,268 • Carlson was the 2004 NCC Defensive Player of the Year

PPG 11.7

22. Sean W hitlock (1994-98) FGM 3PM FTM Pts.

PPG Totals 381 120 339 1,221 11.3 • Whitlock is fourth on the SCSU career assists list (459).

29. Andrew Bernstetter (2007-11)

23. Vern Baggenstoss (1956-59)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 509 0 200 1,218 18.2 • Baggenstoss owns the school record for rebounds in a career (1,324) He averaged 20.1 rebounds per game over his career.

24. Jack Kelly (1954-58)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 465 0 277 1,207 • Kelly is 20th on the career field goals made chart (466).

PPG 13.2

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 412 179 146 1,149 19.2 • Kesler is the single season free throw percentage leader at SCSU (89.4 percent).

26. Troy Rudoll (1986-90)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 429 2 269 1,129 9.5 • Rudoll is seventh on the career rebounds chart (694).

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 385 62 276 1,108 • Brant played football at Wisconsin for one year (2000).

28. Jack Harrison [1961-64]

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 450 0 191 1,091 • Harrison captained the Huskies in 1963-64.

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 421 121 118 1,081 9.1 • Holds the school record for most blocks in a season (72) and in a career (174).

29. Mike Trewick (1965-69)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 392 0 283 1,067 10.5 • Trewick ranks 20th on the career free throws made chart (283).

30. Mark Stoeve (1970-74)

25. Dean Kesler (1990-92)

27. B.J. Brant (1999-2002)

Matt Schneck

PPG 10.6

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 451 0 156 1,058 • Stoeve is 22nd on the career field goals made list (451).

31. Tom Ditty (1964-68)

FGM 3PM FTM Totals 421 0 175 • Ditty was a two-time team captain (1967 & 68).

PPG 12.0

32. Tony King (1987-89)

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. PPG Totals 392 3 225 1,012 18.1 • King averaged a school-record 25.7 ppg in NCC play in 1988-89.

33. Ken Novak (1947-51) PPG 14.9

Pts. 1,017

PPG 13.1

FGM 3PM FTM Pts. Totals 402 0 207 1,011 • Novak is 19th on the career points-per-game chart.

PPG 14.4

34. BryanFGM Rohs (1973-77) 3PM FTM

Pts. PPG Totals 429 0 145 1,003 11.9 • Rohs is tied for18th on the SCSU career free throw percentage chart (79.2)

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T eam H istory

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T eam H istory St. Cloud State University has enjoyed a rich basketball tradition dating back to the turn of the century. The following is a brief history of the program along with highlights from nine decades of SCSU hoops. The intercollegiate basketball program at SCSU most likely grew from various club and intramural programs that were active on campus in the late 1890’s. The earliest records of a “true“ intercollegiate program date back to the 1901 season.

holds the SCSU record with 56 points against Michigan Tech in 1966.

1901 - The earliest record of SCSU basketball shows the Huskies suffering a 13-10 loss to Minneapolis Central High School. SCSU went on to collect wins over Park Rapids and Brainerd that season.

1969 - Noel Olson named new head coach. Huskies go on to win NIC title in his first year of service in 1970. Olson remains as head coach until 1981 (155-162 record).

1903 - R. Warren Hull coached SCSU to a perfect 6-0 record, which included a 53-0 victory over Anoka High School.

1974 - SCSU gains first bid to the NCAA Division II playoffs. The Huskies defeat NDSU in first round of playoffs before suffering loses to Kentucky Wesleyan and North Dakota.

1904 - Legendary SCSU coach George Henry “Red” Lynch was hired to coach football and basketball. He coached the SCSU cagers from 1904 through 1929 and again in 1946. Lynch went on to serve as an instructor at SCSU until his retirement in 1953.

1965 - Halenbeck Hall, the current home of the Huskies, is opened for play. 1968 - The pinnacle of Severson’s coaching career. SCSU posts 25-4 record, which includes another NIC title and a trip to the NAIA finals. Standouts Terry Porter, Mike Trewick and Tom Ditty help make it happen on the court.

1976 - Olson guides SCSU to another NIC title with help from team stars Al Anderstrom and Bryan Rohs. Current SCSU coach Kevin Schlagel is also a member of that team.

1909-20 - The records during this time are limited but accounts show that SCSU brought home titles in 1909, 1910, 1913 and 1920. Conference affiliations at that time were loosely based.

1981 - Sam Skarich begins three season run as head coach. Olson steps down to concentrate on duties as athletic director. SCSU all-time scoring leader Dan Hagen ends career in 1980-81 with 2,136 points.

1923 - SCSU joins its first true intercollegiate conference along with teams from the Minnesota state teacher colleges and the junior colleges. Coach Lynch directed SCSU to a title that season with a 10-0 record.

1982 - SCSU opens play in the North Central Conference.

1930 - John Weisman is named as head coach and he leads SCSU to conference title with a 9-5 record. SCSU also opened Eastman Hall - home of Husky basketball until the opening of Halenbeck Hall in the 1960’s. 1932 - SCSU enters the Northern Teacher’s Athletic Conference as a charter member. This conference would later become known as the State Teacher’s College Conference of Minnesota and in 1962 it switched its name to the Northern Intercollegiate Conference. 1934 - Ed Colletti named head coach. 1936 - Warren Kasch named head coach. He went on to coach the Huskies for 11 seasons, while posting a 121-73 record. 1941 - Coach Kasch leads SCSU to its first NIC title with a 13-3 record. SCSU brings home another title in 1943, before taking off two seasons due to World War II. 1946 - George Lynch returns to coach for one season and leads SCSU to a 12-3 record and another NIC title. 1951 - Les Luymes is named head coach. He goes on to post a four-year record of 50-37. 1954 - Former SCSU star Ken Novak serves for one season as head coach. Novak scored 1,015 points during his career from 1947-51. A standout of in 1954-55 was Roger Westlund, who ended his career with 1,328 points. 1956 - Paul Meadows named head coach. He immediately turns SCSU into a NIC power. The Huskies win NIC titles in 1956, 1957 and 1958 under his leadership. SCSU was directed on the floor by Dave Westlund (Roger’s brother) and Vern Baggenstoss, who still owns all of SCSU’s rebounding records. In 1957, “Moose” Baggenstoss became the Huskies’ first AllAmerica selection. 1959 - Another great era of SCSU hoops opened as Marlow “Red” Severson was named head coach. In 11 seasons, Severson posted a 207-66 record that included nine NIC titles. 1962 - SCSU wins its first-ever NAIA District 13 title. Goes on to defeat Alabama-Florence in first round of NAIA finals before losing to Western Illinois. 1964 - SCSU advanced to the NAIA finals once again. Izzy Schmeising establishes himself as one of SCSU’s best. A 1966 All-American, he still

1984 - Butch Raymond begins 13-year run as head coach. Raymond will go on to post a 231-142 record with the Huskies. 1986 - Behind the power of All-America selection Kevin Catron and All-NCC choice John Anderson, SCSU wins its first NCC title with a 26-4, 16-2 NCC record. SCSU also advances to the NCAA playoffs for the first time since 1974. 1987 - Another NCC title for SCSU. Led by standout Reggie Perkins, SCSU also advances to NCAA quarterfinals before losing to Delta State 78-73 in overtime. 1988 - SCSU claims NCC triple crown with a 26-4, 15-3 record. Perkins earns All-America recognition, while center Terry Kuechle picks up All-NCC accolades. 1992 - Dean Kessler and Haug Scharnowski form backbone of team that posts 20-12 record and advances to NCAA playoffs. 1995 - Joel McDonald ends career with 1,585 points, which ranks third in SCSU records. 1997 - Kevin Schlagel, is named new head coach at SCSU. 1998 - Jon Hinzman becomes fifth SCSU player to earn All-America status. He ended career with 1,543 points (fifth in SCSU history) and 804 rebounds (fourth in SCSU history). 2000 - SCSU reaches the NCAA playoffs for the first time in seven seasons with an 18-9 record. Rado Rancik is named to the All-NCC squad and Jason Kron is NCC Freshman and Defensive Player of the Year. 2001 - SCSU wins the inaugural Well Fargo Finals, the NCC postseason tournament. The Huskies post a 25-6 overall record, finish second in the NCC with a 13-5 mark and make their second straight North Central Region playoff appearance (hosted by SCSU) and seventh in the history of the team. Rado Rancik and Forrest Witt are named to the All-NCC team. BJ Brant and Jason Kron earn All-NCC Honorable Mention team honors. Witt is named the MVP of the Wells Fargo Finals. Senior all-around player Todd Bishop finishes his career with the Huskies, having played in 113 career games. He was a three-time NCC All-Academic Team selection. 2002 - SCSU finished with their second straight 20-win season at 21-7 and 12-6 in the NCC, good for fourth place. The Huskies appeared in the Wells Fargo Finals, making the semifinals. Forrest Witt was named to the All-NCC team for the second straight year and Rado Rancik and Jason Kron earned AllNCC Honorable Mention recognition. Kron was also named NCC Defensive Player of the Year for the second time in three years.

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T eam H istory 2006 - A second straight 20-win season, a second place North Central Conference finish and a trip to the NCAA Division II North Central Region Tournament culminated the 2005-06 Husky basketball season. SCSU posted a 20-11 overall record, the fifth 20-win season in the last six years and advanced to the NCAA tournament for the ninth time in the history of the program. Senior center Matt Siegle culminated his career by becoming the 31st player to score 1,000 career points and the 14th Husky to garner 1,000 points and 500 rebounds in a career. He was voted All-NCC and a member of the Wells Fargo All-Tournament team. He leaves the Huskies with 1,293 career points, 671 career rebounds and played in 116 career games. Sophomore guard David Dreas led the Huskies in scoring with 18.4 points per game and set the SCSU sophomore record for points scored with 570, surpassing the Dan Hagen mark of 547 set in 1978-79. Dreas was an All-NCC First Team pick and Wells Fargo All-Tournament team pick, and was named to the Daktronics All-North Central Region team. He recorded a school record 50 consecutive free throws made from December of 2004 to November of 2005. Junior forward Adam Sullivan was named to the All-NCC team. In addition, the Huskies ranked eight in NCAA Division II attendance, averaging 2,522 fans a game. 2007 - A second straight NCAA Division II North Central Region tournament appearance culminated a 19-11 season for the Huskies. SCSU placed third in the NCC with a 7-5 record. SCSU faced defending national champion Winona State in the first game and ended the season in a 100-73 loss. David Dreas and Adam Sullivan were named to the All-NCC team.

Reggie Perkins 2003 - A third consecutive 20-win season (26-5, 13-3 NCC) was highlighted by a conference championship and a first place finish in the Wells Fargo Finals. The Huskies also gained another NCAA tournament bid and advanced to second round play before falling to Metro State. Coach Schlagel was named the NCC Coach of the Year and Kron gained his third NCC Defensive MVP award. Forrest Witt was named the Wells Fargo Finals MVP and gained All-Region accolades. Guard Alex Carlson gained All-NCC Honorable Mention honors. 2004 - The Huskies posted the ninth straight winning season (17-11, 7-7 NCC) and the career of guard Alex Carlson came to a close in 2003-04. Carlson finished his career ranked among the top three all-time in three-point field goals made, assists, and steals. He finished his career ranked 15th on the all-time scoring list with 1,268 points. He was named to the All-NCC team and Academic All-NCC team, and was voted the NCC Defensive Player of the Year. Nate Miller was an Honorable Mention All-NCC pick. 2005 - A 20-win season and the completion of the four-year careers of Nate Miller and Steve Trull was the accumulation of the 2004-05 Husky Basketball season. SCSU went 21-8 overall and finished third in the NCC with a 7-5 record. The season came to an end with an 80-56 loss to the University of South Dakota in the semi-finals of the NCC Wells Fargo Finals. Miller led the Huskies in scoring (17.3 ppg), assists (103) and steals (71). He also led the NCC in steals with 2.67 per game. He is the 30th member of the 1,000 point club and left ranked tenth in SCSU scoring with 1,443 points. Miller was named to the All-NCC and All-Academic teams. He is a 2005 NABC North Central Region All-District Five First Team pick and All-North Central Region Second Team. He finished his career as a two-time All-NCC player (HM in 2004), two-time All-Academic, and a 2003 Wells Fargo Finals All-Tournament team pick. Trull left SCSU with the record for best field goal percentage in a season with his mark of .679 (112-165). He also set the career field goal percentage mark with .622 (293-471). He led the NCC in field goal shooting percentage. He was a starter in 88 straight games for the Huskies. He was named the 2005 NCC Defensive Player of the Year and was an Honorable Mention AllNCC pick, as well as a two-time Academic team member.

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2008 - A Husky squad boasting only a pair of seniors and laden with first year and sophomores raced out of the gate to a 9-0 record and #8 national ranking. The nightly highlight was senior guard David Dreas whose ascent up the Husky scoring charts was the weekly headline. At season’s end Dreas had become the schools most prolific three point shooter with a record 250 in his career, and he became only the second men’s basketball player to eclipse the 1,800 career point mark, finishing second all time with 1,802. He would go on to earn first team All-Conference honors for the third consecutive year, as well as numerous All-Region honors and All-America Accolades from the DII Bulletin. Dreas closed his career by playing in the NABC All-Star game as part of the NCAA DII Elite Eight Festivities. Dreas and the Huskies closed their season with a 5-7, fifth place NCC record and went on the road for the first round where the met up with fourth seeded (and eventual champion) Nebraska-Omaha. After leading 51-37 at halftime, the Huskies saw their lead slowly slip away and a desperation shot at the end of regulation would not fall, ending the Huskies season with a 17-11 overall record. 2009 - A season of change saw the Huskies begin their tenure in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) in 2008-09. Despite being in a new league, the same Husky Basketball Tradition ensued. SCSU finished in a third place tie with a 14-6 conference record before battling through the conference tournament unbeaten to claim the NSIC Tournament Championship, the third conference tournament title under Kevin Schlagel. Taylor Witt was named Tournament MVP and Matt Schneck joined him on the All-Tournament team. It was a milestone season for Schlagel all around as earlier in the season Schlagel became the all-time wins leader in SCSU men’s basketball history Feb. 21, when he won his 232nd career game as SCSU topped Minnesota, Crookston 84-70. The win moved him past the mark set by Butch Raymond who tallied 231 wins at SCSU. After winning the NSIC Tournament, the Huskies entered NCAA Tournament play for the third time in four seasons. As the #2 seed, SCSU was upset in the first round by #7 seed Augustana, when the Vikings hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to win 73-72. Taylor Witt was named First Team All-NSIC and Andrew Bernstetter was Second Team AllConference. Witt was also named Second Team All-District by the NABC. Finally, Bernstetter and Schneck were named to the NSIC All-Academic Team. Seniors Craig Coenen and Brett Carmichael ended their careers, with Coenen finishing tied for fifth all time, with 118 career games played. Along with their 14-6 NSIC mark, the Huskies finished 22-9 overall.


T eam H istory 2010 - The Huskies put together the most successful season in school history with a SCSU record 29 wins in route to the program’s first ever NCAA Division II Elite Eight victory. Junior Taylor Witt went off for the fourth highest scoring total in an Elite Eight game with 43 points, including 38 in the second half in a 92-88 win over Midwestern State University. He also set a NCAA tournament record with 22 free throws made and 23 attempted in the game, before the Huskies lost out to No. 3 Indiana University of Pennsylvania 76-70 in the school’s first Final Four appearance. This all came after a second place finish in the NSIC with a 16-4 record and a second straight NSIC Sanford Health Tournament Championship, which was won in front of the home crowd in Halenbeck Hall, beating Southwest Minnesota State 68-67 on a pair of last second free throws from Witt. The Huskies then beat Metro State and Minnesota State, before winning the NCAA Central Region Championship in beating Augustana 84-75 in overtime. Senior All-American Matt Schneck finished his career fifth on the SCSU all-time scoring list with 1,599 points and fourth in rebounding with 909. During his final campaign, Schneck was named NSIC Player of the Year, NSIC Tournament Most Valuable Player, Central Region tournament Most Outstanding Player, NABC All-American First Team, First Team Division II Bulletin All-American, Daktronics third team All-American, and was an Elite Eight All-Tournament team member. Witt also earned Elite Eight All-Tournament Team honors to go with a spot on the NABC AllDistrict Team, All-Conference Team, and the NSIC All-Tournament Team, after being named a Sporting News Preseason All-American and Bob Cousy Award candidate. Junior Josh Ortmann was named to the Central Region All-Tournament team with Schneck. Junior Andrew Bernstetter, set a school record for most block shots in a season with 72, while becoming the school’s all-time leader with 124 in his career. He also made the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team. The Huskies ended the season with a 29-6 overall record. 2011 - St. Cloud State was over .500 for the 14th season in a row under Schlagel, who has never been under .500 after a 15-14 overall record, while going 12-10 in the NSIC. The Huskies made the NSIC tournament for the thrid straight time and reached the finals for the third time in a row, but were denied a conference tournament title with a 58-41 loss to Winona State. Senior Taylor Witt ended his career No. 4 on the all-time scoring list at SCSU with 1,770 points after scoring 584 total points during the season. Witt also set a new NSIC Tournament record with 39 points. He passed Winona State’s Kyle Schlaak who scored 37 points in 2001. He also finished with the highest scoring average of the tournament’s history at 24.7 points a game. Witt set a school record Mar. 2 with his 451st free throw made. He passed Dan Hagen’s 30-year record and ends his career with 465 made free throws in 570 attempts (81.6%). Witt set a school record for most appearances in a career at SCSU with 123 games played. He did not miss a game in his career to pass his brother Forrest for most games played and made 95-straight starts for the Huskies. Senior Andrew Bernstetter ended his career with 1,065 points and 707 total rebounds. He became the seventh player in school history to record 700 rebounds and became one of six players to score over 1,000 points and grab over 700 rebounds in a career. Bernstetter finished the season with 50 blocks after leading the NSIC in swats during the regular season. He leaves SCSU with a school record 174 blocks in his career and a single season school record of 72 blocks in 2009-10. Witt and Bernstetter were named All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference first and second team members respectfully. Witt earned his third First Team All-NSIC nod, while Bernstetter was named Second Team All-NSIC for the second time in his career. Witt was also named to his third NSIC All-Tournament Team. Senior Josh Ortmann (Buffalo) finished his career with 78 made three’s, which is good for 19th on SCSU all-time list and is 17th in three point attempts with 267.

2010 NCAA Elite Eight Tournament Results @ Springfield, Mass. Wed., Mar. 24, 2010 Quarterfinal Games

St. Cloud State - 92 Midwestern State (Texas) - 88 Indiana (PA) - 80 Valdosta State - 64 Cal Poly Pomona - 69 St. Joseph’s - 48 Bentley - 67 Augusta State - 64 Thur., Mar. 25, 2010 Semi-Final Games

Indiana (PA) - 76 St. Cloud State - 70

Cal Poly Pomona - 71 Bentley - 63 National Championship Game Cal Poly Pomona - 65 Indiana (PA) - 53

Taylor Witt throws down a dunk in the NCAA Final Four game against Indian University, Pa.

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A ll -T ime S eries R ecords Opponent GP W Air Force Academy 1 0 Augsburg 21 11 Augustana (IL) 1 0 Augustana (SD) 80 44 Ball State 2 1 Barry (FL) 1 0 Bemidji State 129 91 Bethel 10 8 Bowie State (MD) 1 0 Bradley (IL) 2 0 Buena Vista (IA) 1 1 California-Riverside 1 0 Cal-State Bakersfield 3 2 Cal-State Dominguez Hills 1 0 Capital (OH) 1 0 Cardinal Strich (WI) 1 1 Carleton 3 2 Carrol (MT) 1 1 Central (IA) 1 1 Central Michigan 1 0 Central Washington 1 1 Chaminade (HI) 1 0 Cheney (PA) 1 1 Chico State (CA) 1 0 Colorado State-Pueblo 3 2 Columbia Union (MD) 1 1 Concordia-Moorhead 15 12 Concordia-St. Paul 17 13 Cornell (IA) 1 1 Creighton (NE) 1 0 Crossroads College 1 1 Dakota State (SD) 4 4 Dakota Wesleyan (SD) 1 1 Delta State (MS) 1 0 Dickinson State (ND) 2 1 Dordt (IA) 1 1 Drake (IA) 4 0 Drury (MO) 1 1 Eastern Illinois 2 1 Eastern Washington 2 1 Emporia State (KS) 1 1 Ferris State (MI) 2 2 Flordia Southern 1 0 Fort Hays State (KS) 2 1 Glenville State (WV) 1 1 Gonzaga (WA) 2 0 Grand Canyon (AZ) 1 0 Grand Vally State (MI) 1 0 Great Falls (MT) 4 1 Gustavus-Adolphus 21 15

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L 1 10 1 36 1 1 38 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 3 6

Series Started 1977-78 1937-38 1977-78 1947-48 1964-65 1998-89 1923-24 1952-53 2006-07 1967-68 1965-66 1987-88 1985-86 2010-11 1973-74 2009-10 1991-92 1974-75 2001-02 1971-72 2003-04 1989-90 1992-93 2008-09 2004-05 2006-07 1958-59 1999-00 1957-58 1973-74 2003-04 1994-95 2003-04 1986-87 1967-68 1990-91 1968-69 1968-69 1973-74 1942-43 1954-55 1976-77 1986-87 1964-65 2005-06 1970-71 2010-11 1978-79 1970-71 1941-42

Last Game (Score) Streak 1977-78, 53-92 L Lost 1 1998-99, 122-123 (4OT) L Lost 3 1977-78, 61-73 L Lost 1 2010-11, 79-73 W Won 1 1965-66, 82-74 W Won 1 1988-89, 63-67 L Lost 1 2010-11, 92-88 W (OT) Won 4 1983-84, 61-32 L Lost 2 2006-07, 77-84 L Lost 1 1971-72, 76-99 L Lost 2 1965-66, 105-60 W Won 1 1987-88, 71-78 L Lost 1 1990-91, 74-78 L Lost 1 2010-11, 65-78 L Lost 1 1973-74, 68-78 L Lost 1 2009-10, 99-73 W Won 1 1995-96, 82-62 W Won 2 1974-75, 81-64 W Won 1 2001-02, 88-50 W Won 1 1971-72, 62-69 L Lost 1 2003-04, 97-91 (OT) W Won 1 1989-90, 79-83 (OT) L Lost 1 1992-93, 82-54 W Won 1 2008-09, 49-74 L Lost 1 2007-08, 52-50 W Won 2 2006-07, 99-73 W Won 1 1991-92, 87-68 W Won 1 2010-11, 66-78 L Lost 2 1957-58, 76-63 W Won 1 1973-74, 54-82 L Lost 1 2003-04, 88-74 W Won 1 2008-09, 120-68 W Won 4 2003-04, 91-62 W Won 1 1986-87, 73-78 (OT) L Lost 1 1999-00, 68-48 W Won 1 1990-91, 102-69 W Won 1 1978-79, 68-103 L Lost 4 1968-69, 46-38 W Won 1 1974-75, 62-87 L Lost 1 1969-70, 85-62 W Won 1 1954-55, 77-71 W Won 1 1986-87, 77-69 W Won 2 1986-87, 61-71 L Lost 1 2005-06, 54-69 L Lost 1 2005-06, 94-70 W Won 1 1971-72, 50-64 L Lost 2 2010-11, 65-71 L Lost 1 1978-79, 74-78 L Lost 1 1976-77, 73-67 W Won 1 1992-93, 61-53 W Won 5


A ll -T ime S eries R ecords Opponent GP W Hamline 10 8 Hardin-Simmons (TX) 1 1 Hawaii-Hilo 1 1 Hiram Scott (NE) 1 0 Humboldt State (CA) 2 1 Huron (SD) 4 4 Idaho 1 0 Indianapolis Univ. 1 0 Indiana State 1 0 Indiana Tech 1 1 Inidiana (PA) 1 0 Iowa State 2 0 Jamestown (ND) 8 8 Johnson & Wales (CO) 1 1 Judson (IL) 1 1 Kentucky Wesleyan 1 0 Lakehead (CAN) 3 2 Lewis (IL) 1 1 Lincoln (MO) 3 2 Lincoln (PA) 1 1 Lock Haven (PA) 1 1 Loras (IA) 2 1 Luther (IA) 5 5 Macalester 13 11 Manitoba (CAN) 4 3 Mary (ND) 9 4 Marycrest (IA) 1 1 Mayville State (ND) 5 5 Metro State (CO) 5 4 Michigan Tech 53 37 Midwestern State (TX) 1 1 Millersville (PA) 1 1 Minnesota State 171 93 MSU Moorhead 116 79 Minnesota-Crookston 19 19 Minnesota-Duluth 78 48 Minnesota-Morris 44 29 Minot State (ND) 2 2 Montana 2 0 Montana State 3 0 Montana State-Billings 4 2 Montana-Western 1 1 Morningside (IA) 46 25 Mount Senario (WI) 8 8 Nasson (ME) 1 1 Nebraska-Omaha 60 35 New Haven (CT) 1 1 New Jersey City 1 1 New Mexico Highlands 1 1 North Alabama 1 1

L 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 5 0 0 1 16 0 0 78 37 0 30 15 0 2 3 2 0 21 0 0 25 0 0 0 0

Series Started 1926-27 1974-75 1989-90 1966-67 1968-69 1961-62 1968-69 1964-65 1963-64 1964-65 2009-10 1979-80 1932-33 2005-06 2009-10 1973-74 1970-71 1975-76 1964-65 1968-69 1986-87 1958-59 1953-54 1922-23 1948-49 2006-07 1978-79 1948-49 1994-95 1954-55 2009-10 1967-68 1923-24 1932-33 1995-96 1932-33 1963-64 1946-47 1968-69 1974-75 1980-81 1993-94 1955-56 1991-92 1969-70 1982-83 1990-91 1963-64 2004-05 1961-62

Last Game (Score) 1970-71, 63-57 W 1974-75, 72-67 W 1989-90, 69-66 (OT) W 1966-67, 72-94 L 2008-09, 86-91 L 1965-66, 91-74 W 1968-69, 46-48 L 1964-65, 63-88 L 1963-64, 58-71 L 1964-65, 109-76 W 2009-10, 70-76 L 1983-84, 37-77 L 2000-01, 92-76 W 2005-06, 90-40 W 2009-10, 102-68 W 1973-74, 72-74 L 1972-73, 65-93 L 1975-76, 69-66 W 1965-66, 72-98 L 1968-69, 69-55 W 1986-87, 81-64 W 2002-03, 88-56 W 1972-73, 63-55 W 2003-04, 72-66 W 1951-52, 68-56 W 2010-11, 65-59 W 1978-79, 90-72 W 1996-97, 70-58 W 2009-10, 82-77 W 2009-10, 75-62 W 2009-10, 92-88 W 1967-68, 88-77 W 2010-11, 69-80 L 2010-11, 76-64 W 2010-11, 62-50 W 2010-11, 94-74 W 2000-01, 86-59 W 1949-50, 58-56 W 1977-78, 64-96 L 1980-81, 62-86 L 2007-08, 89-68 W 1993-94, 78-67 W 2001-02, 98-68 W 1998-99, 92-69 W 1969-70, 84-73 W 2007-08, 84-86 L 1990-91, 101-98 W 1963-64, 66-47 W 2004-05, 92-78 W 1961-62, 86-54 W

Streak Won 6 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 4 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Won 7 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 5 Won 6 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 5 Won 2 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 8 Won 19 Won 4 Won 9 Won 2 Lost 2 Lost 3 Won 1 Won 1 Won 6 Won 8 Won 1 Lost 3 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1

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A ll -T ime S eries R ecords Opponent GP North Central 1 North Dakota 63 North Dakota State 59 Northeastern State (OK) 1 Northern Colorado 46 Northern Michigan 13 Northern State (SD) 30 NW Missouri State 1 Otterbein (OH) 1 Pan Amereican (TX) 1 Panhandle State (OK) 1 Parsons College (IA) 1 Pittsburg State (KS) 1 Pittsburg-Johnstown (PA) 1 Presentation (SD) 1 PR-Mayaguez 1 Quachita Baptist (AK) 1 Rockhurst (MO) 5 Rollins (FL) 1 Sioux Falls (SD) 5 South Dakota 60 South Dakota State 63 Southern (SD) 2 Southern Ill.-Edwardsville 1 Southern Illinois 1 Southern Utah 1 Southwest State 52 St. John’s 106 St. Joseph’s (IN) 1 St. Louis (MO) 1 St. Mary’s (KS) 1 St. Mary’s (MN) 2 St. Michael’s (VT) 1 St. Olaf 9 St. Scholastica 3 St. Thomas 12 Tennessee State 3 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1 Texas Luthern 1 Texas Wesleyan 2 Trinity (ND) 1 Tulsa (OK) 1 Upper Iowa 12 Valley City State (ND) 10 Viterbo (WI) 1 Wartburg (IA) 1 Washburn (KS) 5 Wayne State (MI) 1 Wayne State (NE) 15 West Texas A&M 1

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W 1 30 26 1 31 6 20 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 4 29 22 2 1 0 1 35 61 1 0 1 2 1 5 3 5 0 0 1 2 1 0 11 9 1 0 2 0 12 0

L 0 33 33 0 15 7 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 1 31 41 0 0 1 0 17 45 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 7 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 1 3 1

Series Started 1994-95 1951-52 1934-35 1961-62 1962-63 1954-55 1959-60 1958-59 1966-67 1963-64 1972-73 1963-64 1966-67 1973-74 1997-98 2002-03 1974-75 1964-65 1992-93 1986-87 1955-56 1947-48 1964-65 1979-80 1967-68 1985-86 1969-70 1924-25 1963-64 1969-70 1967-68 1932-33 2004-05 1936-37 1990-91 1956-57 1965-66 1972-73 1961-62 1942-43 2004-05 1973-74 1951-52 1935-36 1998-89 1953-54 1962-63 1985-86 1960-61 1974-75

Last Game (Score) 1994-95, 111-58 W 2007-08, 73-65 W 2003-04, 74-87 L 1961-62, 83-72 W 2002-03, 79-67 W 2006-07, 91-93 L OT 2010-11, 76-66 W 1958-59, 68-55 W 1966-67, 58-56 W 1963-64, 76-81 L 1972-73, 64-42 W 1963-64, 97-92 W 1966-67, 88-55 W 1973-74, 78-67 W 1997-98, 91-40 W 2002-03, 99-44 W 1974-75, 74-92 L 2006-07, 77-67 W 1992-93, 65-72 L 2009-10, 78-46 W 2007-08, 74-83 L 2003-04, 69-91 L 1965-66, 91-70 W 1979-80, 84-78 W 1967-68, 52-62 L 1985-86, 81-55 W 2010-11, 58-71 L 2010-11, 70-65 L 1963-64, 99-66 W 1969-70, 52-65 L 1967-68, 82-54 W 2008-09, 82-58 W 2004-05, 87-62 W 1981-82, 54-42 W 2010-11, 88-54 W 1978-79, 68-64 W 1966-67, 65-78 L 1972-73, 68-81 L 1961-62, 58-43 W 1987-88, 97-75 W 2004-05, 98-46 W 1973-74, 85-103 L 2010-11, 79-67 W 1963-64, 99-48 W 1988-89, 66-62 W 1953-54, 58-75 L 2002-03, 70-87 L 1985-86, 71-75 L 2010-11, 66-59 W 1974-75, 56-65 L

Streak Won 1 Won 2 Lost 3 Won 1 Won 3 Lost 1 Won 3 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 2 Lost 1 Won 2 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 2 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 2 Won 1 Won 3 Won 3 Won 2 Lost 3 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 2 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 11 Won 7 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1


A ll -T ime S eries R ecords Opponent Western Illinois Western New England Western Oregon Westmar (IA) Whitworth (WA) Winona State Wisc-Eau Claire Wisc-Green Bay Wisc-La Crosse Wisc-Lutheran Wisc-Milwaukee Wisc-River Falls Wisc-Stevens Pt. Wisc-Stout Wisc-Superior Yankton (SD) All-Time totals

GP W 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 128 89 29 13 1 0 10 3 1 1 3 3 31 24 2 1 18 11 9 5 4 2 1999 1232

L 3 1 1 1 0 39 16 1 7 0 0 7 1 7 4 2 767

Series Started 1961-62 1972-73 2003-04 1955-56 1962-63 1922-23 1942-43 1976-77 1952-53 1991-92 1957-58 1946-47 1957-58 1946-47 1949-50 1964-65

Last Game (Score) Streak 1965-66, 70-80 L Lost 3 1972-73, 76-84 L Lost 1 2003-04, 82-84 (OT) L Lost 1 1955-56, 63-86 L Lost 1 1962-63, 76-58 W Won 1 2010-11, 41-58 L Lost 5 1984-85, 57-73 L Lost 9 1976-77, 42-55 L Lost 1 2001-02, 82-58 W Won 2 1991-92, 108-74 W Won 1 1988-89, 115-109 (OT) W Won 3 2003-04, 72-69 W Won 14 1980-81, 46-60 L Lost 1 1976-77, 62-69 L Lost 1 1962-63, 124-75 W Won 4 1983-84, 77-64 W Won 1

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P ost S eason H istory

The Huskies in Postseason Play Year 1945-46 1956-57 1957-58 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1967-68 1969-70 1973-74 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Opponent SCSU Opp W L OT Event Indiana State 51 62 L NAIA Playoff Hamline University 59 71 L NAIA Playoff Minnesota-Duluth 66 71 L NAIA Playoff Minnesota-Duluth 63 42 W NAIA Dist. 13 Playoff Florence, Alabama 86 54 W NAIA Nat'l Tourn. Western Illinois 68 84 L NAIA Nat'l Tourn. Augsburg College 55 56 L NAIA Dist. 13 Playoff Minnesota-Duluth 72 71 W NAIA Dist. 13 Playoff Jersey City, NJ 66 47 W NAIA Nat'l Tourn. Pan American 76 81 L NAIA Nat'l Tourn. Augsburg College 60 65 L NAIA Dist. 13 Playoff St. Thomas 48 50 L NAIA Dist. 13 Playoff Gustavus Adolphus 41 38 W NAIA Dist. 13 Playoff Gustavus Adolphus 79 54 W NAIA Dist. 13 Playoff Millersville, PA 88 77 W NAIA Nat'l Tourn. Dickinson State, ND 68 70 L NAIA Nat'l Tourn. Macalester College 56 50 W NAIA Dist. 13 Playoff St. Thomas 60 62 L OT NAIA Dist. 13 Playoff North Dakota State 72 62 W NCAA Midwest Reg. Kentucky Wesleyan 72 74 L NCAA Midwest Reg. North Dakota 71 75 L NCAA Midwest Reg. Eastern Montana 76 67 W NCAA N. Central Reg. Wayne State 71 75 L NCAA N. Central Reg. CG Lock Haven 81 64 W NCAA N. Central Reg. Ferris State College 77 69 W NCAA N. Central Reg. CG Delta State 73 78 L OT NCAA Quarterfinal California-Riverside 71 78 L NCAA N. Central Reg. Augustana College 118 114 W O2 NCAA N. Central Reg. Nebraska-Omaha 72 98 L NCC Tournament North Dakota 55 83 L NCC Tournament Nebraska-Omaha 76 69 W NCC Tournament Northern Colorado 66 78 L NCC Tournament South Dakota State 77 64 W NCC Tournament South Dakota State 74 79 L OT NCAA N. Central Reg. North Dakota 60 80 L NCAA N. Central Reg. North Dakota 64 68 L NCC Tournament South Dakota State 66 53 W NCC Tournament Morningside College 69 75 L OT NCC Tournament Northern Colorado 84 71 W NCC Tournament Wayne State College 90 80 L NCAA N. Central Reg. North Dakota 84 81 W NCC Tournament South Dakota State 74 72 W NCC Tournament South Dakota 89 76 W NCC Tournament Metro State 100 61 W NCAA N. Central Reg. Southwest State 65 67 L NCAA N. Central Region CG South Dakota 95 90 W O2 NCC Tournament South Dakota State 77 91 L NCC Tournament North Dakota State 79 77 W NCC Tournament Nebraska-Omaha 88 78 W NCC Tournament North Dakota 74 69 W NCAA N. Central Reg. Metro State 63 75 L NCAA N. Central Reg. North Dakota State 74 87 L NCC Tournament Minnesota Duluth 51 47 W NCC Tournament South Dakota 56 80 L NCC Tournament Nebraska-Omaha 96 84 W NCC Tournament South Dakota 85 69 W NCC Tournament Minnesota State 69 78 L NCC Tournament Fort Hays State 54 69 L NCAA N. Central Reg. Nebraska-Omaha 63 52 W NCC Tournament Minnesota State 73 78 L NCC Tournament Winona State 73 100 L NCAA N. Central Reg. Nebraska-Omaha 82 84 L NCC Tournament Augustana 91 84 W NSIC Tournament Winona State 91 77 W NSIC Tournament Minnesota State 91 89 W NSIC Tournament CG Augustana 72 73 L NCAA Central Region Concordia-St. Paul 76 61 W NSIC Tournament Wayne State 74 66 W NSIC Tournament Southwest Minn.State 68 67 W NSIC Tournament CG Metro State 82 77 W NCAA Central Region MSU, Mankato 83 71 W NCAA Central Region Augustana College 84 75 W OT NCAA Central Region CG Midwestern State (TX) 92 88 W NCAA Elite Eight Indiana University, Pa. 76 70 L NCAA Final Four

The Huskies in Postseason Play Year 2010-11

Opponent SCSU Opp W L OT Augustana College 79 73 W University of Mary 65 59 W Winona State 41 58 L

Overall Postseason Record: 41-36 NAIA playoffs: 8-10 / NCAA Tournament: 11-14 / NCAA Regional Tournament 10-12 / NCC Tournaments: 14-11 / NSIC Tournaments 8-1

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Event NSIC Tournament NSIC Tournament NSIC Tournament CG


Y ear - by -Y ear I ndividual S eason L eaders YEAR 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66

POINTS T. Witt.............. 584 Schneck.......... 629 T. Witt.............. 492 Dreas ............. 497 Dreas ............. 570 Dreas ............. 570 Miller............... 502 Miller............... 491 F. Witt.............. 481 F. Witt.............. 444 Rancik............. 490 Rancik............. 391 Dix................... 521 Hinzman.......... 571 Bryan............... 468 Hinzman.......... 337 McDonald........ 670 McDonald........ 419 Scharnowski.... 409 Kesler.............. 635 Kesler.............. 514 Pool................. 392 King................. 626 Perkins............ 615 Perkins............ 562 Catron............. 744 Catron............. 598 Scheveck........ 506 Harris.............. 368 Meyer.............. 352 Hagen ............ 571 Hagen............. 536 Hagen ............ 547 Hagen ............ 482 Rohs .............. 502 Anderstrom .... 430 Anderstrom .... 476 Stoeve ........... 507 Strub .............. 373 Strub .............. 470 Wilson ............ 407 Munsch .......... 313 Trewick .......... 369 Porter.............. 578 Porter.............. 559 Schmeising..... 563

REBOUNDS Bernstetter........219 Schneck............386 Bernstetter........189 Schneck ..........185 Schneck ..........160 Siegle...............264 Trull ................186 Siegle ..............175 Kron . ...............215 Kron . ...............173 Kron . ...............196 Rancik .............177 Brant.................170 Hinzman...........253 Hinzman ..........227 Hinzman ..........205 Pelowski ..........167 Scharnowski . ..231 Scharnowski . ..225 Scharnowski.....253 Scharnowski . ..244 Rudoll ..............189 King .................215 Kuechle............210 Treanor.............187 Catron .............229 Catron .............195 Scheveck . .......197 Scheveck . .......178 Meyer ..............164 Hagen . ............259 Hagen . ............253 Hagen . ............262 Carlson . ..........237 Rohs . ..............174 Decker . ...........172 Decker . ...........188 Stoeve .............234 Nordgren .........307 Strub . ..............250 Barott . .............224 Barott . .............273 Warnberg..........200 Ditty .................305 Ditty .................250 Schmeising.......378

ASSISTS T. Witt................129 T. Witt................166 T. Witt................161 Wabiszewski...... 189 Wabiszewski . ... 147 Dreas . ..............127 Miller . ...............103 Carlson .............180 Carlson .............149 Carlson ...............89 Carlson .............166 Goring . .............168 Goring..................81 Whitlock . ..........163 Whitlock . ..........137 Whitlock . .......... 110 Ward..................194 Ward ................. 118 Ward..................199 Ward .................263 Thurston ...........219 Thurston ...........148 Paddock ...........196 Perkins .............161 Wohler ..............200 Perkins .............181 Perkins ...............99 Madison . .......... 110 Madison . ............92 Heine...................57 Browne ............. 111 Hegman . ............76 ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................

FG % (min. 50 att.) Johnsrud.......... 60.3 Schneck........... 61.4 Schneck........... 57.8 Schneck........... 58.9 Carmichael . .... 61.7 Siegle .............. 52.6 Trull ................. 67.9 Trull ................. 61.2 Frikken ............ 59.7 Miller ............... 54.1 Rancik ............. 52.5 Powers ............ 52.9 Schmidt ........... 50.7 Schmidt ........... 59.8 Pelowski . ........ 60.6 Pelowski . ........ 55.9 Hinzman . ........ 55.3 Brown . ............ 52.7 Kesti ................ 54.2 Scharnowski . .. 56.9 Kesti ................ 56.1 Carlson . .......... 58.4 King . ............... 55.0 Kuechle ........... 55.9 Kuechle ........... 55.6 Anderson . ....... 58.2 Spaulding ........ 55.4 Scheveck ........ 52.7 Harris .............. 50.3 Meyer .............. 52.4 Meyer .............. 56.4 Meyer .............. 59.6 Robinson . ....... 56.1 Carlson . .......... 53.7 McKay ............. 48.8 Kettler . ............ 56.2 Anderstrom ..... 53.7 Anderstrom ..... 57.6 Nordgren ......... 54.4 Hunter ............. 47.3 Leager . ........... 43.2 Arnold . ............ 58.5 Aldridge . ......... 60.3 Trewick . .......... 57.8 Vander Einde .. 66.0 Schmeising ..... 54.0

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A ll -T ime C oaching R ecords

Les Luymes 1950-54 (50-37)

George Lynch 1922-29 & 1945-46 (57-28)

Year 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29

Coach George Lynch George Lynch George Lynch George Lynch George Lynch George Lynch George Lynch

Record 10-0 7-2 7-2 5-3 3-5 5-3 8-10

1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58

John Weisman 1929-33 (30-26)

1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35

John Weisman John Weisman John Weisman John Weisman Ed Colletti Ed Colletti

9-5 4-8 6-7 11-6 6-2 10-3

Warren Kasch 1935-37, 1938-43, 1946-50 (119-74) 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

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Warren Kasch Warren Kasch Ed Colletti Warren Kasch Warren Kasch Warren Kasch Warren Kasch Warren Kasch No Sport No Sport George Lynch Warren Kasch Warren Kasch Warren Kasch Warren Kasch

7-9 12-7 7-7 8-7 9-7 13-3 15-3 12-3 12-2 9-10 10-10 9-10 18-5

Les Luymes Les Luymes Les Luymes Les Luymes Ken Novak Paul Meadows Paul Meadows Paul Meadows

13-8 10-11 17-6 10-12 13-10 16-9 13-9 18-6

Red Severson 1958-69 (209-67)

1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69

Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson Marlow "Red" Severson

21-5 17-7 14-8 23-4 19-6 19-5 16-8 19-6 17-8 25-4 19-6

Noel Olson 1969-81 (155-162)

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson Noel Olson

18-9 9-16 8-17 10-15 17-12 15-11 15-10 8-19 12-15 15-12 15-12 14-13

1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

Sam Skarich Sam Skarich Sam Skarich

8-19 6-22 4-24

Butch Raymond 1984-97 (231-142) 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

Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd "Butch" Raymond Lloyd “Butch” Raymond Lloyd “Butch” Raymond

15-13 26-4 24-7 26-4 12-16 14-15 15-13 20-12 15-12 14-15 13-14 18-9 19-8

Kevin Schlagel 1997-present (281-132)

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

Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schalgel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel Kevin Schlagel

17-10 14-13 18-10 25-6 21-7 26-5 17-11 21-8 20-11 19-11 17-11 22-9 29-6 15-14

Kevin Schlagel (1997-Present) 281-132 Butch Raymond (1984-1997) 231-142 Sam Skarich (1981-84) 18-65 Noel Olson (1969-81) 156-161 Red Severson (1958-69) 209-67 Paul Meadows (1955-58) 47-28 Ken Novak (1954-55) 13-10 Les Luymes (1950-54) 50-37 Warren Kasch (1935-37, 38-43, 46-50) 122-74 Ed Colletti (1933-35, 1937-38) 23-12 John Weisman (1929-33) 30-26 George Lynch (1922-29) 54-23


A ll -T ime G ame - by -G ame R esults 1922-23 (10-0) Coach: George Lynch Opponent SCSU Opp. Princeton W 34 5 Wadena W 29 7 Macalester W 39 24 Rochester JC W 50 16 Winona W 24 17 Virginia JC W 27 23 Winona W 21 10 Virginia JC W 26 15 Aggies W 41 13 Aggies W 25 7

Rochester JC Bemidji Mankato St. Paul Luther Conc.- SP St. Paul Luther Winona Minn Aggies Cold Spring Mankato Conc. SP Hamline Rochester JC Bemidji

W L L W L W L W L L L W W L

33 21 27 27 27 27 30 24 26 18 32 25 37 17

31 24 29 15 28 19 36 21 27 24 37 22 23 18

1920 Basketball Team 1923-24 (7-2) Coach: George Lynch Opponent SCSU Opp. Wadena W 38 7 Mankato W 12 8 Bemidji W 31 6 Rochester JC W 37 15 Winona L 14 19 Rochester JC W 45 25 Winona L 26 28 Mankato W 28 5 Parkers Coll. W 26 8 1924-25 (7-2) Coach: George Lynch Opponent SCSU Opp. Sebeka H.S. W 36 8 St. John's W 21 20 Rochester JC L 22 30 Winona W 29 19 Mankato W 12 10 Rochester JC L 20 36 Hibbing JC W 21 17 Winona W 23 16 Mankato W 36 17 1925-26 (5-3) Coach: George Lynch Opponent SCSU Opp. Milaca H.S. W 23 2 Mankato W 20 19 Aggies W 39 31 Rochester JC L 11 23 Mankato W 18 12 Winona W 23 19 Rochester JC L 26 33 Winona L 17 31 1926-27 (3-5) Coach: George Lynch Opponent SCSU Opp. Aggies W 26 24 Hamline W 26 24 Mankato L 20 24 Rochester JC L 22 26 Winona W 25 17 Mankato L 26 27 Rochester JC L 30 35 Winona L 20 33 1927-28 (5-3) Coach: George Lynch Opponent SCSU Opp. Aggies W 24 17 Bemidji L 32 36 Mankato L 16 29 Rochester JC W 32 22 Winona W 23 20 Mankato L 24 27 Rochester JC W 37 29 Winona W 26 24 OT 1928-29 (7-11) Coach: George Lynch Opponent SCSU Opp. Wahpeton L 14 33 ND Aggies L 17 47

Minn Aggies Winona

W L

36 20

26 26

1929-30 (9-5) Coach: John Weismann Opponent SCSU Opp. Eveleth JC L 23 27 St. John's W 35 25 St. John's L 27 31 Mankato L 32 33 Rochester JC L 21 23 Aggies W 35 21 Bemidji W 37 22 Bemidji W 45 16 Mankato W 29 25 Rochester JC W 30 19 Winona W 36 26 Winona W 41 23 Rochester JC W 34 23 Virginia MN L 40 47 1930-31 (4-8) Coach: John Weismann Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's L 22 23 St. John's W 24 23 Mankato L 23 26 Bemidji W 24 20 Winona L 23 31 Mankato L 24 37 Superior L 30 41 Rochester JC L 12 25 Bemidji W 38 21 Winona L 28 35 Rochester JC W 31 15 Company I L 28 40

Itasca JC Minn.-Duluth Winona Jamestown Moorhead Bemidji

W L W W L W

50 33 37 36 33 42

18 35 34 33 34 38

1933-34 (7-3) Coach: Ed Colletti Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's W 46 21 St. John's L 26 29 Bemidji W 45 25 Night School W 29 24 Mankato W 35 33 Winona W 43 34 Minn.-Duluth W 37 36 Mankato L 37 38 Winona L 24 25 Night School W 38 22 1934-35 (10-3) Coach: Ed Colletti Opponent SCSU Opp. Virginia JC W 64 23 NDSU L 39 60 St. John's W 48 33 Bemidji W 38 16 Mankato W 45 26 Jamestown W 54 48 Moorhead L 40 42 Minn.-Duluth L 33 48 St. John's W 40 26 Winona W 45 29 Mankato W 38 36 Winona W 40 34 Moorhead W 30 29 1935-36 (7-9) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's L 37 39 St. John's L 31 35 NDSU L 22 38 Winona L 38 40 Minnesota B L 35 52 Mankato W 38 32 Minn.-Duluth L 32 36 Winona W 43 39 Moorhead W 45 41 Minn.-Duluth L 28 56 Bemidji W 58 38 Bemidji W 48 38 Mankato W 45 33 Hamline L 16 35 Moorhead L 36 39 Valley City W 48 34 1936-37 (12-7) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. Virginia JC L 30 36 St. Olaf W 48 33 Winona W 41 31 St. John's W 37 23

Valley City Mankato Winona Minn.-Duluth Bemidji

L W L L W

28 47 18 22 34

30 46 45 52 33

1937-38 (7-9) Coach: Ed Colletti Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's L 25 41 Augsburg W 43 42 Minn.-Duluth W 43 39 Moorhead L 34 36 Bemidji L 45 48 Moorhead W 51 37 Mankato W 42 26 Winona L 31 35 Bemidji W 44 31 Minn.-Duluth L 29 52 Winona L 26 39 Mankato W 38 36 Wahpeton W 46 43 Virginia JC L 32 33 St. John’s L 22 31 Minnesota - B L 29 31 1938-39 (8-7) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 46 40 Wahpeton W 42 41 Bemidji L 30 34 St. John's W 36 35 Winona L 31 37 St. John's L 37 49 Moorhead L 27 29 Minn.-Duluth W 51 43 Mankato W 66 56 Mankato L 30 37 Minn.-Duluth W 56 32 Moorhead W 65 43 Minnesota B L 26 32 Winona L 38 42 Bemidji W 53 43 1939-40 (8-8) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. Hollanders W 44 29 Wahpeton L 31 37 St. John's L 38 48 Alumni W 50 40 St. John's L 29 42 Minn.-Duluth W 48 39 Winona L 43 34 Bemidji L 37 47 Minn.-Duluth L 32 41 Moorhead L 53 57 Winona W 49 38 Mankato W 48 38 Mankato W 41 39 Bemidji L 26 44 Moorhead W 52 43 Minnesota B W 32 30

1931-32 (6-7) Coach: John Weismann Opponent SCSU Opp. Cold Spring L 26 37 St. John's L 15 24 Hibbing JC W 30 21 Ely JC L 33 43 St. John's L 25 32 Mankato L 26 40 Bemidji W 29 27 Winona L 22 26 Mankato L 28 31 Rochester JC W 48 19 Bemidji W 41 24 Winona W 28 20 Rochester JC W 42 23 1932-33 (11-6) Coach: John Weismann Opponent SCSU Opp. Litchfield H.S. W 45 34 St. John's L 28 29 Minn.-Duluth W 43 32 Itasca JC W 56 32 St. John's L 27 35 Mankato W 49 30 St. Mary's W 38 35 Bemidji L 39 45 Cold Spring W 34 31 Winona W 41 20 Mankato L 34 43

Al Banks (left) and Bob Hollander in 1941-42 Hibbing JC Ely JC Minn.-Duluth Moorhead Valley City St. John's Ely JC Mankato Moorhead Bemidji

W W L W W L W W W L

48 27 21 38 35 37 53 40 45 49

25 25 31 26 34 38 28 33 30 51

1940-41 (13-3) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 59 40 Wahpeton W 40 28 Valley City W 41 29 St. John's W 35 24 St. John's W 36 30 Macalester W 44 25 Augsburg W 49 34

Mankato Minn.-Duluth Winona Mankato Macalester Minn.-Duluth Moorhead Bemidji Moorhead

W L W W L W L W W

46 43 35 47 40 39 48 49 61

35 48 33 34 42 36 49 39 31

1941-42 (15-3) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 64 45 Gustavus W 49 45 St. John's W 41 37 OT St. John's W 50 40 Valley City W 57 38 Valley City W 50 48 Gustavus W 59 57 Wahpeton W 52 39 Moorhead W 52 42 Mankato L 46 52 Bemidji L 32 43 Mankato W 47 36 Minn.-Duluth W 47 41 Minn.-Duluth W 55 38 Winona W 58 48 Moorhead W 60 55 Winona W 72 53 Bemidji L 40 48 1942-43 (12-3) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's W 37 34 Augsburg W 62 61 St. John's W 50 39 Augsburg W 37 33 UW-EauClaire W 42 41 Minn.-Duluth W 56 31 Winona W 47 31 Mankato W 48 37 Moorhead W 49 46 Minnesota B W 49 31 Bemidji W 38 33 Moorhead L 47 50 Tex. Wesleyan W 59 54 E. Washington L 41 54 Rock Spring L 40 45

1943-45

WWII

1945-46 (12-3) Coach: George Lynch Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's W 61 43 UW-River Falls W 69 36 St. John's W 59 32 NDSU L 48 49 Fort Snelling W 70 61 Moorhead W 51 23 NDSU W 54 45 Winona W 64 35 Bemidji W 42 41 Minn.-Duluth W 54 40 Mankato W 46 44 Bemidji W 73 59 UW-River Falls L 44 52 Moorhead W 74 41 NAIA Playoff Indiana State L 51 62 1946-47 (9-10) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's L 57 65 Minot W 59 43 Augsburg L 44 57 Alumni W 62 53 St. John's W 45 44 UW-Stout L 47 51 Eveleth JC L 46 47 Moorhead L 49 56 Winona L 44 50 Mankato L 53 63 Mankato W 51 49 Bemidji W 57 46 UW-River Falls L 37 50 Bemidji L 40 48 Minn.-Duluth W 49 47 Moorhead W 50 49 Winona W 52 36 Minn.-Duluth W 67 46 UW-River Falls L 56 89

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A ll -T ime G ame - by -G ame R esults 1947-48 (10-10) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni L 39 51 UW-Eau Claire W 48 44 St. John's W 55 41 Wahpeton L 41 42 Gustavus L 33 49 Augustana L 37 40 SDSU W 45 41 St. John's W 51 40 UW-Stout W 58 47 SDSU L 45 49 Moorhead W 51 44 Minn.-Duluth L 61 66 Winona W 64 56 Bemidji L 46 53 Minn.-Duluth L 42 54 Bemidji W 59 57 Moorhead W 69 68 Mankato L 49 52 Mankato L 48 58 Winona W 65 37 1948-49 (9-10) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. Gustavus W 54 36 St. John's L 43 53 Wahpeton L 48 63 Alumni W 77 45 Augustana L 48 51 St. John's L 47 54 UW-Eau Claire L 54 56 Moorhead L 57 64 Winona W 62 30 Mankato L 45 50 Mankato L 45 52 U. of Manitoba W 68 60 Mayville W 65 57 Bemidji W 62 55 Minn.-Duluth L 58 61 Bemidji L 59 61 Winona W 65 43 Minn.-Duluth W 62 55 Moorhead W 72 66 1949-50 (18-5) Coach: Warren Kasch Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 63 37 Valley City W 64 51 St. John's W 48 39 Minn.-Duluth W 60 56 UW-Eau Claire W 62 43 Jamestown W 51 50 Minot W 58 56 UW-Stout L 56 58 Minn.-Duluth W 72 67 UW-Superior W 55 51 St. John's W 64 59 Bemidji W 56 45 Mankato L 43 59 Moorhead L 58 69 Wahpeton W 83 32 Mankato L 43 56 Winona L 46 48 Mayville W 65 64 U. of Manitoba W 68 62 Winona W 61 52 Bemidji W 66 55 Moorhead W 55 53 Northland W 67 54 1950-51 (13-8) Coach: Les Luymes Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 87 52 Gustavus L 57 66 St. John's W 68 60 Valley City W 83 77 St. John's W 70 65 UW-Superior W 70 61 UW-Stout L 66 67 Northland L 64 72 UW-Superior W 53 51 Minn.-Duluth W 58 44 U. of Manitoba L 51 53 UW-Eau Claire L 95 105 Bemidji L 49 52 Moorhead W 69 55 Winona W 69 57 Mankato W 69 67 Moorhead W 81 62 Winona W 58 54 Bemidji L 54 61 Mankato L 71 73 St. Johns W 76 70

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UW-Superior Wartburg Upper Iowa Mankato Luther (IA) UW-Eau Claire Bemidji Bethel Moorhead Winona St. John's Mankato Moorhead St. Olaf Winona Mankato St. Olaf Bemidji

John Daggit 1951-52 (10-11) Coach: Les Luymes Opponent SCSU Opp. Gustavus L 53 70 St. John's L 55 75 UW-Eau Claire L 59 97 Augsburg L 53 70 St. John's L 70 72 Upper Iowa L 50 58 NDSU W 60 56 Minn.-Duluth W 71 58 Minn.-Duluth W 70 65 UW-Superior L 64 82 UW-Superior L 59 67 Bemidji L 65 68 Moorhead W 68 62 U. of Manitoba W 68 56 Winona W 94 73 UW-Stout W 75 73 Mankato L 72 46 Moorhead W 76 72 Winona W 66 57 Mankato L 63 84 Bemidji W 61 67 1952-53 (17-8) Coach: Les Luymes Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni L 74 82 Bethel W 78 65 Augsburg W 82 72 St. John’s W 86 68 North Dakota W 71 69 UW-Stout W 79 56 UW-Eau Claire W 80 72 UW-LaCrosse W 77 65 Mankato L 67 77 St. John’s W 96 84 Bemidji State W 76 64 Bemidji State L 63 70 Winona State W 80 63 Bethel W 74 66 Moorhead St. W 86 50 Moorhead St. W 97 74 Mankato L 64 69 Mankato L 70 72 Moorhead St. W 85 65 Moorhead St. W 66 61 Winona State W 76 60 Mankato W 90 60 Mankato L forfeit loss Bemidji State L 76 78 Bemidji State L 66 73 1953-54 (10-12) Coach: Les Luymes Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni L 74 82 Bethel W 81 60 St. John's L 64 89 SDSU L 69 82

L L W L W W L W W W W L W W L L L L

66 78 58 75 72 62 60 62 77 73 70 67 53 74 64 49 73 63 81 79 72 62 60 69 94 80 85 69 69 73 66 94 87 97 92 101

1954-55 (13-10) Coach: Ken Novak Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 80 71 St. John’s L 71 96 Augsburg L 90 107 SDSU L 70 86 UW-Superior W 85 81 North Dakota L 64 82 SDSU L 50 71 UW-River Falls L 81 104 Emporia State W 77 71 Moorh. State W 75 67 UW-Eau Claire L 70 77 Bemidji W 90 76 Michigan Tech W 79 72 N. Michigan W 103 93 Moorhead W 89 81 Winona W 71 69 Moorhead L 74 82 St. John’s L 84 89 Mankato L 71 79 Winona W 84 48 Mankato W 78 77 UW-River Falls W 83 67 Bemidji W 72 69 1955-56 (16-9) Coach: Paul Meadows Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 66 63 St. John's W 83 81 Westmar L 63 86 Morningside W 72 71 Augsburg W 96 92 Michigan Tech W 90 69 South Dakota L 59 69 SDSU L 68 91 St. John’s W 79 74 UW-Superior W 79 72 Minn.-Duluth L 70 71 Bemidji W 71 70 UW-Superior W 94 79 UW-Eau Claire L 90 92 Moorhead L 66 68 UW-River Falls W 84 81 Winona W 73 68 Mankato W 75 66 Moorhead W 82 68 Bethel W 89 76 Winona W 87 67 Bemidji W 92 66 UW-River Falls L 104 114 Mankato L 73 78 Mankato L 78 92 1956-57 (13-9) Coach: Paul Meadows Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 72 57 St. John's L 77 89 St. Thomas L 74 76 St. John's W 60 55 Morningside L 77 88 Augustana L 77 82 UW-Stout L 74 89 UW-River Falls W 86 82 Bethel W 75 50 Moorhead L 83 85 Mankato W 75 74 Moorhead W 100 75 Bemidji W 82 67 Bemidji L 74 92 Mankato W 79 69 Winona W 85 73 Mayville W 75 58 UW-River Falls W 77 70 Augsburg W 93 68 Winona W 106 84 Eau Claire L 82 88

NAIA Playoffs Hamline

L

59

71

1957-58 (18-6) Coach: Paul Meadows Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 88 45 UW-River Falls W 74 61 St. John's W 84 59 Augustana W 66 59 Cornell W 76 63 UW-LaCrosse L 79 88 NDSU W 78 57 UW-Stout L 96 99 St. Thomas W 80 64 UW-Stev. Pt. W 72 53 UW-Milwaukee W 88 72 UW-Eau Claire L 72 80 Moorhead W 86 67 St. John's W 71 64 Bemidji W 76 47 Winona L 64 65 Mankato W 74 73 Moorhead W 71 64 Augsburg W 84 74 Bemidji W 66 62 Mankato W 72 60 UW-River Falls L 75 80 Winona W 99 79 Minn.-Duluth L 66 71 1958-59 (21-5) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp Alumni W 101 82 St. John's L 86 78 Concordia W 80 75 UW-Stout W 89 60 Michigan Tech L 61 63 Northern Mich. W 59 56 NW Missouri W 68 55 Michigan Tech W 63 52 NDSU L 66 71 Macalester W 74 56 St. Thomas W 75 62 Loras L 69 73 UW-Eau Claire W 98 84 Moorhead W 62 61 Augsburg W 95 74 St. John's W 73 62 Winona W 92 75 UW-River Falls W 79 74 Bemidji W 86 65 Mankato W 80 67 Moorhead W 85 73 Bemidji L 62 64 Mankato W 82 71 UW-River Falls W 85 50 Winona State W 68 57 NAIA Playoffs Minn.-Duluth L 65 67 1959-60 (17-7) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's W 89 80 Michigan Tech W 64 62 UW-River Falls W 67 69 SDSU L 61 68 Augustana L 67 77 UW-Eau Claire W 95 86 Northern (SD) W 83 54 Concordia L 72 68 NDSU W 61 63 UW-Stout W 80 63 Bemidji W 70 69 St. John's W 98 80 Macalester W 93 81 Moorhead W 90 74 Winona W 110 102 Mankato W 88 72 Augustana L 76 87 Moorhead L 79 70 Mankato L 77 97 Bemidji W 80 78 Michigan Tech W 88 76 Northern Mich. L 58 80 UW-River Falls W 102 98 Winona W 104 90 1960-61 (14-8) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. UW-River Falls W 86 74 Mankato L 50 55 Bemidji W 95 81 Michigan Tech W 88 54 Northern Mich. L 79 97 St. John's W 83 62

Northern Mich. Augustana Northern (SD) Wayne State SDSU Augustana Moorhead Bemidji Winona UW-River Falls Concordia Michigan Tech UW-Eau Claire Mankato Moorhead Winona

L W W W L L L W W W L W W W W L

72 73 61 65 68 53 66 86 84 76 73 93 73 84 90 75

75 69 60 55 96 76 70 70 83 74 74 55 71 58 65 85

1961-62 (23-4) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 76 59 Northern (SD) W 85 70 UW-Stout W 107 89 Texas Lutheran W 58 43 UW-Eau Claire W 97 87 Mankato W 79 66 Luther (IA) W 82 62 Winona L 51 64 N. Oklahoma W 83 72 Moorhead W 76 49 Michigan Tech W 73 49 Bemidji W 72 65 UW-Stout W 64 44 UW-Eau Claire W 71 59 Michigan Tech W 71 55 UW-River Falls W 87 68 Mankato W 81 61 UW-River Falls W 69 55 Moorhead L 48 68 Macalester W 69 68 Bemidji L 60 62 Winona W 102 55 Huron College W 68 57 Augustana W 62 43 NAIA District 13 playoff Minn.-Duluth W 63 42 NAIA Tournament Florence (AL) W 86 54 West. Illinois L 68 84 1962-63 (19-6) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. Valley City W 84 66 Northern (SD) W 71 65 Huron College W 86 55 UW-Eau Claire W 112 75 SDSU L 65 79 Mankato W 65 47 Winona W 73 63 St. John's W 90 70 Whitworth W 76 58 SDSU W 92 60 N. Colorado W 91 79 Washburn L 58 64 UW-Eau Claire W 92 72 Moorhead W 75 58 Bemidji W 99 74 Michigan Tech L 71 81 Mankato W 85 67 UW-Stout W 73 60 Bemidji L 50 54 Michigan Tech W 103 84 Moorhead W 92 63 St. John's L 72 73 UW-Superior W 124 75 Winona W 79 65 NAIA District Playoff Augsburg L 55 56 1963-64 (20-5) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 74 70 Northern (SD) W 85 51 Valley City W 99 48 UW-Stout W 74 66 Augsburg L 70 85 St. Joe’s (IN) W 99 66 Indiana Tech W 109 76 Indiana State L 58 71 Concordia W 87 67 Moorhead L 52 56 Parsons (IA) W 97 92 Moorhead W 84 74


A ll -T ime G ame - by -G ame R esults Michigan Tech W 83 Winona W 92 Bemidji W 116 Michigan Tech W 89 Mankato W 101 Winona W 82 Moorhead W 97 Mankato L 70 Minn.-Morris W 90 Bemidji W 77 NAIA District 13 Playoffs Minn.-Duluth W 72 NAIA National Tournament Jersey City W 66 Pan American L 76

63 59 78 76 76 62 67 91 72 72 71 47 81

1964-65 (17-8) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. Alumni W 87 66 Minn.-Morris W 122 68 Northern (SD) W 87 70 Yankton L 66 82 Southern (SD) W 98 66 Huron (SD) W 82 67 Lincoln (MO) W 103 84 Lincoln (MO) W 89 85 Ball State L 69 70 Indiana Central L 63 88 St. John’s W 92 81 Western Ill. L 71 72 Ft. Hays State W 84 78 Bemidji W 72 65 Mankato L 60 63 Moorhead W 54 52 Winona W 73 62 Bemidji W 96 68 Michigan Tech W 78 62 Winona W 57 56 Mankato W 56 54 Moorhead W 78 73 Michigan Tech L 76 79 NAIA Dist. 13 Playoffs Augsburg L 60 65 Rockhurst L 65 77 1965-66 (19-6) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. Southern State W 91 70 Northern (S.D.) W 66 53 Huron College W 91 74 Northern (S.D.) W 83 63 Lincoln (Mo.) L 72 98 Rockhurst L 69 75 Washburn W 69 64 Hamline W 82 65 Augsburg W 82 59 Concordia W 53 43 Buena Vista W 105 60 Ball State W 82 74 Western Illinois L 70 80 Tennessee St. L 62 64 Bemidji W 82 75 Michigan Tech W 88 55 Bemidji W 89 61 Moorhead L 57 59 Mankato W 92 73 Winona W 72 60 Moorhead W 76 62 Winona W 81 70 Mankato W 78 65 Michigan Tech W 104 71 NAIA District 13 Playoffs St. Thomas L 48 50 1966-67 (17-8) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. Northern (SD) W 79 66 Concordia W 66 64 Hamline W 82 71 Augustana W 67 66 N. Michigan W 70 65 Luther (IA) W 71 53 Tennessee St. L 45 70 Tennessee St. L 65 78 Otterbein (OH) W 58 56 Pittsburg State W 88 55 Hiram Scott L 72 94 Bemidji L 59 61 Augustana L 69 75 Minn.-Morris W 81 62 Michigan Tech W 98 69 Moorhead W 78 58 Bemidji L 52 56 Mankato W 77 57 Winona W 63 55 Moorhead W 75 60

Winona Mankato Michigan Tech Minn.-Morris N. Michigan

W 63 W 61 W 107 L 51 L 75

59 53 74 60 91

1967-68 (25-4) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. Yankton W 84 69 Northern (SD) L 79 82 OT Bethel W 92 43 UW-River Falls W 97 65 Northern (SD) W 63 54 Bradley L 71 87 Hamline W 88 48 Concordia W 94 61 Luther (IA) W 87 76 St. Mary of Plains W 82 54 St. John's W 83 68 Concordia W 74 54 S. Illinois L 52 62 Minn.-Morris W 83 59 Moorhead W 86 68 Michigan Tech W 101 74 Mankato W 88 52 Michigan Tech W 95 49 Winona W 75 67 Moorhead W 57 52

Roger Westlund Winona W 56 Minn.-Morris W 96 Bemidji W 99 Mankato W 70 Bemidji W 78 NAIA District 13 Playoffs Gustavus Adol. W 41 Gustavus Adol. W 79 NAIA National Tournament Millersville (PA) W 88 Dickinson (ND) L 68

43 55 58 58 58 38 54 77 70

1968-69 (19-6) Coach: Red Severson Opponent SCSU Opp. Yankton (SD) L 70 80 UW-Eau Claire W 57 50 UW-River Falls W 71 54 Montana U. L 57 62 Drake L 52 92 Idaho U. L 46 48 Humboldt (CA) W 81 64 Concordia W 59 41 Bethel W 67 54 Lincoln (PA) W 69 55 Concordia W 68 54 Drury(MO) W 46 38 Hamline W 63 42 Moorhead W 59 50 Michigan Tech W 89 79 Bemidji W 61 46 Minn.-Morris L 55 60 Bemidji W 47 44 Winona L 45 49 Mankato W 75 59 Michigan Tech W 81 70 Mankato W 66 43 Winona W 60 26 Moorhead W 64 45 Minn.-Morris W 64 48 1969-70 (18-9)

Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. UW-River Falls W 77 64 St. Louis (MO) L 52 65 St. John's W 80 53 NDSU L 72 75 SDSU L 65 80 Northern (SD) W 76 67 Concordia W 64 59 Macalester L 48 49 OT UW-LaCrosse L 78 79 Nasson (ME) W 84 73 E. Washington W 85 62 UW-Eau Claire L 67 80 Hamline W 76 56 Michigan Tech W 84 69 Minn.-Morris W 89 83 OT Bemidji L 51 62 \Moorhead W 57 48 Bemidji W 76 56 Southwest W 64 62 Winona W 52 50 OT Southwest W 75 61 Winona W 48 47 Michigan Tech W 83 48 Minn.-Morris W 74 62 Moorhead L 59 65 NAIA District 13 Playoffs Macalester W 56 50 St. Thomas L 60 62 OT 1970-71 (9-16) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. UW-River Falls W 77 64 Washburn (KS) L 68 84 Rockhurst (MO) L 69 88 Concordia L 70 78 Gonzaga (WA) L 72 89 St. John's L 65 81 Macalester L 58 60 Lakehead W 76 63 St. Thomas L 70 80 Great Falls (MT) L 60 69 St. Olaf L 70 97 Hamline W 63 57 UW-Eau Claire L 56 78 Moorhead L 39 45 Minn.-Morris W 74 51 Minn.-Morris W 77 65 Bemidji W 76 67 Michigan Tech W 95 74 Bemidji W 67 64 Moorhead L 68 74 Winona L 71 74 Southwest L 58 74 Michigan Tech W 80 77 Winona St. L 63 73 Southwest St. L 74 75 1971-72 (8-17) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. South Dakota L 62 89 Northern (SD) W 78 58 St. Olaf L 77 86 Gonzaga (WA) L 50 64 Great Falls (MT) L 69 74 St. John's W 85 69 Mankato L 73 84 Washburn (KS) W 81 73 C. Michiga L 62 69 St. Thomas L 72 81 Bradley (IL) L 76 99 Lakehead W 102 64 UW-Eau Claire L 69 86 Moorhead L 68 70 Minn.-Morris L 56 74 Minn.-Morris W 67 59 Bemidji L 64 67 Michigan Tech L 84 106 Bemidji L 67 77 Moorhead L 78 95 Winona L 50 78 Southwest W 100 61 Michigan Tech W 86 84 Winona L 84 86 Southwest W 94 71 1972-73 (10-15) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. UW-Eau Claire L 73 87 Texas A & I L 68 81 Minn.-Duluth L 96 108 Lakehead L 65 93 St. John's W 61 52 Great Falls (MT) L 74 78 Mankato L 47 67

West. New Engl. L Panhandle St. W Luther (IA) W Drake L South Dakota W St. John's L Minn.-Morris L Bemidji L Michigan Tech W Bemidji L Moorhead L Winona L Southwest W Michigan Tech W Winona L Southwest W Minn.-Morris W Moorhead W

76 64 63 58 73 76 66 61 71 70 65 63 84 79 77 71 74 86

84 42 55 86 71 78 73 OT 67 65 85 66 OT 89 77 65 81 61 67 74

1973-74 (17-12) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. UW-River Falls W 77 72 UW-Eau Claire L 69 88 Gustavus L 64 66 OT Minn.-Duluth W 79 60 St. John's L 58 67 Tulsa L 85 103 Mankato W 81 57 UW-Stout W 69 59 Pitt.-Johnstown W 78 67 St. Thomas L 62 84 Capital (Ohio) L 68 78 Eastern Illinois W 76 71 Creighton L 54 82 St. John's W 88 80 Southwest W 71 50 Minn.-Morris L 70 87 Bemidji W 81 78 Michigan Tech W 82 75 Moorhead W 75 63 Winona L 68 71 Southwest W 87 68 Michigan Tech W 76 67 Winona W 58 57 Minn.-Morris W 67 63 Moorhead W 73 63 Bemidji L 59 66 NCAA Midwest Regionals NDSU W 77 62 Ken. Wesleyan L 72 74 \North Dakota L 71 75 1974-75 (15-11) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. UW-River Falls W 96 71

Minn.-Morris Southwest Winona St. John’s

W W L W

80 73 40 69

64 70 70 59

1975-76 (15-10) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. St. Thomas W 68 62 St. John's L 61 65 Augustana W 92 83 Augsburg W 75 57 St. Thomas L 70 71 Lewis W 69 66 Northern (SD) L 63 64 Bemidji L 82 84 UW-Eau Claire L 63 81 UW-Stout W 79 66 UW-LaCrosse L 64 65 Mankato W 78 61 St. John's L 65 66 Moorhead W 83 71 Bemidji W 78 49 Minn.-Morris W 33 31 Michigan Tech L 72 90 Moorhead L 60 76 Bemidji W 72 67 Winona W 82 66 Southwest W 54 51 Michigan Tech W 76 62 Minn.-Morris W 67 63 Southwest L 75 85 Winona W 86 66 1976-77 (8-19) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. Gustavus W 96 75 St. John's W 90 80 Augsburg L 54 70 North Dakota L 54 71 Mankato L 68 86 Drake L 55 102 Augustana L 66 81 Great Falls W 73 67 Ferris State W 53 47 UW-GB L 42 55 UW-Stout L 62 69 UW-LaCrosse L 70 95 St. John's L 61 62 Winona W 82 73 Minn.-Duluth L 62 63 Bemidji W 71 47 Moorhead L 61 75 Southwest L 55 56 Minne.-Morris L 45 72 Winona L 66 71

1963-64 Northern Intercollegiate Conference Champions UW-Eau Claire Gustavus St. John's Hardin-Simm. W. Texas State Mankato Montana State Carrol (Mont.) Ouachita Baptist

UW-LaCrosse UW-Stout Eastern Illinois Moorhead Minn.-Morris Michigan Tech Moorhead Bemidji Bemidji Winona Southwest Michigan Tech

L W W W L W L W L L L L W L W W L W W W L

65 75 72 72 56 81 66 81 74 68 69 62 68 79 71 90 63 68 64 83 52

67 69 67 67 65 75 73 64 92 89 74 OT 87 67 81 64 OT 72 66 67 62 69 56

Moorhead Michigan Tech Minn.-Duluth Bemidji Michigan Tech Minn.-Morris Southwest

L L L W L L W

72 55 62 81 57 53 50

81 59 71 58 68 72 46

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A ll -T ime G ame - by -G ame R esults 1977-78 (12-15) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. Gustavus W 84 73 Augsburg W 75 64 Jamestown W 78 73 St. John's L 84 91 St. John's W 87 81 Air Force L 53 92 Montana U. L 64 96 Montana State L 90 101 UW-Eau Claire L 59 76 Augustana (Ill.) L 61 73 UW-LaCrosse L 76 81 St. Thomas W 60 58 Winona W 72 66 Mankato L 83 95 Minn.-Duluth W 102 70 Michigan Tech W 64 63 O2 Moorhead L 62 63 Bemidji L 68 75 Minn.-Morris L 56 58 Southwest W 73 71 Minn.-Duluth L 101 104 O2 Michigan Tech L 75 79 Moorhead W 88 87 Bemidji W 79 67 Minn.-Morris L 66 73 Southwest L 68 69 Winona W 86 77 1978-79 (15-12) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. Drake L 68 103 UW-Eau Claire L 69 81 Augsburg L 53 62 Marycrest W 90 72 St. John's L 51 67 St. Thomas W 68 64 St. John's L 57 58 Gustavus W 78 70 Jamestown W 94 81 Minn.-Morris L 48 72 Grand Valley St. L 74 78 Moorhead W 85 71 Bemidji W 86 75 Minn.-Morris L 52 58 Southwest W 62 51 Minn.-Duluth L 83 86 Michigan Tech L 56 70 Winona W 116 74 Mankato L 87 90 Southwest W 60 48 Moorhead W 81 77 Bemidji W 78 76 Minn.-Morris W 94 83 Minn.-Duluth W 75 62 Michigan Tech W 67 61 Winona W 84 78 Mankato L 82 88 1979-80 (15-12) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. Iowa State L 71 93 NDSU W 66 64 OT St. John's L 59 61 Gustavus L 55 73 Winona L 68 73 Mankato W 75 71 St. John's L 57 64 St. Olaf L 60 61 Jamestown W 66 62 OT SIU-Edwardsville W 84 78 Mankato W 66 60 Minn.-Morris W 77 66 Northern (SD) W 83 61 Minn.-Duluth W 80 76 Michigan Tech L 61 79 Bemidji W 98 93 O2 Moorhead L 71 86 Southwest W 89 78 Mankato L 54 74 Winona W 98 87 Minn.-Morris W 107 75 Northern (SD) L 83 103 Minn.-Duluth L 78 80 Michigan Tech L 62 73 Bemidji W 101 80 Moorhead W 91 85 Southwest W 82 69 1980-81 (14-13) Coach: Noel Olson Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's L 75 80 Montana State L 62 86 E. Montana L 66 94

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St. John's L 61 76 Gustavus W 78 70 NDSU W 88 80 Augustana L 82 83 Northern (SD) L 71 83 St. Olaf W 63 57 OT St. Olaf W 96 59 UW-Stevens Pt. L 46 60 St. John's W 92 85 Bemidji W 87 78 Minn.-Duluth W 97 84 Mankato L 77 81 Winona W 83 74 Moorhead L 96 104 Minn.-Morris L 81 82 Southwest L 73 80 Moorhead W 69 68 Northern (SD) W 90 77 Bemidji W 74 64 Minn.-Duluth W 76 70 Mankato L 71 79 Winona W 115 89 Southwest L 85 94 Minn.-Morris W 80 79 1981-82 (8-19) Coach: Sam Skarich Opponent SCSU Opp. Michigan Tech L 49 56 N. Michigan L 48 68 Augustana L 42 53 Gustavus L 51 54 St. John's L 47 55 Northern (SD) W 60 59 NDSU L 57 64 St. Olaf W 54 42 Concordia-Moor. L 54 57 OT UW-LaCrosse L 43 61 Mankato L 48 53 Winona W 75 72 O3 Mankato L 53 56 Bemidji W 71 66 Minn.-Duluth L 61 83 St. John's W 65 58 Moorhead L 49 51 Minn.-Morris L 56 58 Southwest L 43 49 Mankato L 37 45 Bemidji W 51 41 Moorhead L 56 80 Northern (S.D.) L 50 51 Winona W 58 55 Southwest W 71 51 Minn.-Duluth L 59 65 Minn.-Morris L 54 64 1982-83 (6-22) Coach: Sam Skarich Opponent SCSU Opp. Winona W 71 58 Michigan Tech W 63 57 St. John's L 51 54 Moorhead L 48 50 St. John's L 51 60 Bethel L 59 62 Southwest L 60 71 Augustana L 60 62 Neb.-Omaha L 65 72 Mankato L 53 68 Mankato W 68 51 N. Colorado W 64 59 North Dakota L 60 66 NDSU L 48 56 Neb.-Omaha L 50 79 N. Colorado L 67 79 Neb.-Omaha L 55 70 Morningside L 62 74 South Dakota L 60 67 SDSU L 37 49 Augustana L 69 73 North Dakota W 65 56 South Dakota W 65 62 NDSU L 63 76 Mankato L 60 69 Morningside L 61 68 SDSU L 60 66 Augustana L 65 77 1983-84 (4-24) Coach: Sam Sakrich Opponent SCSU Opp. Iowa State L 37 77 St. John's L 54 63 Yankton Coll. W 77 64 Southwest W 84 65 Moorhead L 52 54 St. John's W 62 56 Bethel L 61 62 N. Colorado L 71 77

SDSU Morningside Mankato N. Colorado North Dakota NDSU Neb.-Omaha N. Colorado Neb.-Omaha Kevin Schlagel Morningside South Dakota SDSU Augustana North Dakota South Dakota NDSU Mankato Morningside SDSU Augustana

L 58 64 L 73 86 L 51 78 L 67 74 L 68 92 L 66 81 L 55 75 L 66 72 L 64 83 served as coach L 57 59 W 74 65 L 60 81 L 66 94 L 61 90 L 73 83 L 67 78 L 77 81 L 55 86 L 67 77 L 73 92

1984-85 (15-13) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. Minn.-Morris W 97 85 Winona W 72 63 Minn.-Duluth L 81 82 Southwest W 108 78 UW-River Falls W 75 63 Bemidji W 70 66 Minn.-Morris W 85 71 Minn.-Duluth W 70 66 UW-Eau Claire L 57 73 Rockhurst W 64 61 North Dakota L 44 60 NDSU L 70 78 N. Colorado L 69 86 Neb.-Omaha L 59 86 Augustana W 98 83 SDSU L 60 73 Morningside L 69 86 Mankato L 64 78 North Dakota L 67 83 NDSU L 67 72 N. Colorado W 64 61 Neb.-Omaha W 74 66 South Dakota W 72 55 SDSU L 67 75 Augustana W 81 70 Mankato L 74 82 South Dakota W 81 74 Morningside W 78 71 1985-86 (26-4) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. Minn.-Morris W 99 73 St. John's L 52 54 Southwest W 72 71 Bemidji W 87 65 Minn.-Duluth W 63 61 CS-Bakersfield W 73 64 S. Utah State W 81 55 USD W 91 75 Mankato W 68 67 Augustana W 69 66 North Dakota W 77 62 NDSU W 83 76 South Dakota W 83 76 N. Colorado W 82 67 Neb.-Omaha W 67 65 Augustana W 75 72 SDSU W 80 65 Mankato W 72 60 Morningside W 89 77 North Dakota W 62 56 NDSU W 59 51 N. Colorado L 68 80 Neb.-Omaha W 58 56 Augustana L 69 70 SDSU W 105 75 Mankato W 77 71 South Dakota W 85 78 Morningside W 78 75 NCAA Div. II N. Central Reg. E. Montana W 76 67 Wayne State(MI) L 71 75 1986-87 (24-7) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. St. John's W 72 63 Gustavus W 90 58 Fla. Southern L 61 71 Southwest W 87 62 Sioux Falls W 89 71 St. John's W 66 35 UW-River Falls W 72 69

SDSU@ W 83 77 North Dakota W 70 69 Augustana W 82 78 NDSU W 75 73 North Dakota W 78 59 Neb.-Omaha L 64 79 N. Colorado L 62 72 SDSU W 83 81 O3 Augustana W 88 76 South Dakota W 69 65 Mankato W 85 77 NDSU W 67 61 North Dakota W 70 61 Neb.-Omaha W 68 57 N. Colorado L 57 63 Morningside L 65 69 SDSU W 66 60 Augustana L 64 72 Mankato W 103 74 Morningside W 77 68 South Dakota W 92 74 NCAA Div. II N. Central Reg. Lock Haven W 81 64 Ferris State W 77 69 NCAA Division II Quarterf. Delta State L 73 78 OT 1987-88 (26-4) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp Macalester W 72 61 Bemidji W 104 96 UW-Milwaukee W 81 78 Southwest W 98 67 Moorhead W 90 72 Minn.-Duluth W 79 66 Tex. Wesleyan W 97 75 CS-Bakersfield W 86 79 Sioux Falls W 85 70 Concordia W 75 57 Morningside W 91 73 NDSU W 74 71 O2 North Dakota L 62 67 Neb.-Omaha W 77 74 South Dakota W 83 75 SDSU L 80 93 OT Augustana L 82 85 Mankato W 85 78 N. Colorado W 74 57 NDSU W 78 67 North Dakota W 70 58 Neb.-Omaha W 79 74 South Dakota W 88 81 SDSU W 81 68 Augustana W 103 97 Mankato W 85 81 Morningside W 68 65 N. Colorado W 77 75 NCAA Div. II N. Central Reg. UC-Riverside L 71 78 Augustana W 118 114 1988-89 (12-16) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. Gustavus W 80 51 Minn.-Duluth W 68 66 Southwest W 101 61 Barry (FL) L 63 67 UW-Milwaukee W 115 109 OT Moorhead W 104 71 Viterbo College W 66 62 Neb.-Omaha L 81 84 O2 NDSU L 91 93 Morningside W 88 67 Morningside L 61 79 North Dakota W 87 76 NDSU L 66 70 South Dakota L 77 86 Neb.-Omaha W 83 78

Augustana L SDSU L N. Colorado L Mankato L North Dakota L NDSU L South Dakota W Neb.-Omaha W Augustana L SDSU L Mankato L N. Colorado L Morningside W

57 74 78 85 79 84 63 64 86 101 68 83 81 75 77 70 OT 77 87 68 85 73 86 67 69 90 78

1989-90 (14-15) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. Bemidji W 96 65 Hawaii-Hilo W 69 66 OT Chaminade L 79 83 OT

Terry Porter Moorhead Gustavus Minn.-Duluth UW-River Falls Morningside SDSU Mankato NDSU North Dakota Morningside Neb.-Omaha N. Colorado SDSU Augustana Mankato South Dakota NDSU North Dakota Neb.-Omaha N. Colorado SDSU Augustana Mankato Morningside South Dakota NCC Tourney Neb.-Omaha

L W W W L W W W L W L L L L L W L L L W W W L W L

94 99 77 54 61 58 83 82 91 100 81 71 85 70 64 61 58 73 88 73 77 96 62 68 76 80 77 95 57 63 95 92 OT 61 64 69 86 75 92 80 77 89 73 97 79 78 87 81 69 75 93

L

72

1985-86 North Central Conference Champions

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A ll -T ime G ame - by -G ame R esults 1990-91 (15-13) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. Macalester W 144 74 Dordt W 102 69 Minn.-Duluth L 53 74 St. Scholastica W 91 70 Southwest W 65 56 Bemidji State W 83 67 Michigan Tech W 106 87 CS-Bakersfield L 74 78 New Haven W 101 98 South Dakota W 81 79 Morningside L 88 93 North Dakota L 71 78 NDSU W 94 84 N. Colorado W 118 82 Neb.-Omaha W 73 70 SDSU L 82 90 Augustana L 78 82 Mankato L 106 108 OT South Dakota L 71 79 NDSU W 90 75 North Dakota W 91 99 O2 Neb.-Omaha L 50 76 N. Colorado W 108 93 Augustana L 93 92 OT SDSU L 70 77 Morningside L 78 94 Mankato W 67 64 NCC Tourney North Dakota L 55 83 1991-92 (20-12) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. Concordia-Moor. W 87 68 Mt. Senario W 82 81 Wis. Lutheran W 108 74 Carleton L 66 75 Michigan Tech L 86 96 Gustavus W 81 71 Southwest W 82 74 Bemidji W 84 77 Minn.-Duluth L 66 75 Morningside W 79 76 OT South Dakota L 65 70 North Dakota L 70 78 NDSU W 86 78 N. Colorado W 75 59 Neb.-Omaha L 60 68 SDSU L 75 85 Augustana W 95 81 Mankato W 55 48 Morningside W 81 72 NDSU W 84 60 North Dakota L 59 91 Nebr.-Omaha W 70 64 N. Colorado W 77 63 South Dakota W 83 69 Augustana W 74 60 SDSU L 69 80 Mankato W 63 58 NCC Tourney Neb.-Omaha W 76 69 N. Colorado L 66 78 SDSU W 77 64 NCAA Div. II N. Central Reg. SDSU L 74 79 OT North Dakota L 60 80 1992-93 (15-12) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. Gustavus W 61 53 Cheyney W 82 54 Rollins College L 65 72 Mt. Senario W 85 68 Minn.-Duluth W 61 51 Winona W 78 69 Bemidji W 89 64 Moorhead W 88 68 NDSU L 60 61 North Dakota L 60 70 South Dakota L 68 83 Morningside L 65 76 Mankato L 68 80 NDSU W 80 65 SDSU W 90 83 OT Augustana W 73 63 N. Colorado W 84 77 Neb.-Omaha W 84 68 Morningside W 87 82 South Dakota L 72 80 North Dakota L 88 90 Mankato L 83 86 Augustana L 60 80 SDSU L 50 68 Neb.-Omaha W 79 68

N. Colorado NCC Tourney North Dakota

W

79

63

L

64

68

1993-94 (14-15) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. @ W. Montana W 78 67 @ E. Montana L 82 85 @ Bemidji St. L 91 107 Mt. Senario W 96 81 Moorhead St. W 77 74 Bemidji State W 83 78 @ MN-Duluth L 68 82 Carleton W 76 58 @ UND W 71 65 @ NDSU L 75 83 OT South Dakota L 71 90 Morningside W 93 85 Mankato State L 73 87 North Dakota L 78 93 @ SDSU W 64 62 @ Augustana L 57 73 N. Colorado W 74 52 Neb.-Omaha W 102 78 @ Morningside L 66 73 @ USD L 56 80 @ Mankato St. L 55 61 Augustana W 94 63 SDSU L 46 62 NDSU L 65 71 @ NE-Omaha L 69 71 @ N. Colorado W 73 62 NCC Tourney SDSU W 66 53 Morningside L 69 75

South Dakota Mankato State @ Augustana @ SDSU Neb.-Omaha N. Colorado

L L W L W W

86 79 78 77 78 79

94 83 67 84 64 72

1995-96 (18-9/10-8 NCC) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. Mayville State W 108 69 Winona State W 86 65 Carleton W 82 62 Mt. Senario W 84 64 @ Minn.-Morris W 92 89 OT @ Moorh. St. L 90 101 Bemidji St. W 103 58 UM-Crookston W 100 68 @ Minn.-Duluth W 68 67 N. Colorado W 78 63 Neb.-Omaha W 73 58 @ N. Dakota W 63 58 @ NDSU L 73 79 South Dakota W 93 79 Morningside L 80 82 Mankato St. W 85 72 @ SDSU L 89 106 @ Augustana L 80 83 NDSU L 64 79 North Dakota W 90 70 @ Morningside L 82 98 @ USD L 79 83 @ Mankato St. W 65 63 Augustana W 75 68 SDSU L 84 91 @ NE-Omaha W 76 70 @ N. Colorado W 70 64 1996-97 (19-8/11-7 NCC) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. UM-Crookston W 100 42 Winona State W 87 58 Mayville State W 70 58 Moorhead St. W 96 58 @ Bemidji St. W 66 39 Minn.-Duluth W 92 66 @ Northern St. L 69 77 Minn.-Morris W 110 94 OT Mt. Senario W 85 58 SDSU W 99 91 Augustana L 72 80 @ N. Colorado W 80 70 @ NE-Omaha W 63 59 North Dakota W 95 66 NDSU L 67 70 @ USD W 87 85 @ Morningside L 75 97 @ Mankato St. L 67 73 Neb.-Omaha W 85 67 N. Colorado W 79 70 @ NDSU L 72 74 @ UND W 124 119 O2 Morningside W 90 80 South Dakota L 71 84 Mankato St. W 74 73 @ Augustana W 98 79 South Dakota St. L 77 96

Tony King N. Colorado

W

84

71

1994-95 (13-14/6-12 NCC) Coach: Butch Raymond Opponent SCSU Opp. North Central W 111 58 @ Winona St. W 79 75 Northern State L 68 93 Dakota State W 80 77 @ Bemidji St. W 70 65 @ Metro State W 77 72 Minn.-Duluth L 60 65 Moorhead St. W 84 74 Mt. Senario W 77 69 @ N. Colorado W 97 80 @ NE-Omaha L 98 101 OT North Dakota L 63 93 NDSU L 71 85 @ USD L 80 95 @ Morningside L 91 107 @ Mankato St. L 64 74 SDSU L 62 67 Augustana W 72 65 @ NDSU L 58 73 @ UND L 81 87 Morningside W 92 87

1997-98 (17-10/12-6 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. UM-Crookston W 106 53 Augsburg L 94 97 UW-River Falls W 66 45 Northern St. L 73 75 @Moorh. St. L 84 86 OT Presentation W 90 41 @Winona St. L 64 77 @UM-Morris W 83 65 @SDSU L 89 99 @Augustana W 70 68 Mt. Senario W 86 63 N. Colorado W 79 63 UN-Omaha W 78 69 @North Dakota W 74 72 @NDSU L 57 60 South Dakota L 70 94 Morningside W 85 62 Mankato State L 73 81 @UN-Omaha W 75 72 @N. Colorado L 69 85 NDSU W 80 63 North Dakota W 86 73 @Morningside W 93 77 @USD W 83 77 @Mankato St. W 83 78 Augustana W 75 71 SDSU L 75 84

1998-99 (14-13/8-10 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. UM-Crookston W 81 66 @Southw. St. L 68 83 @Northern St. L 63 75 Augsburg L 121 122 OT UM-Morris W 80 55 Winona St. W 81 70 Moorhead St. W 74 48 @UM-Duluth W 66 60 OT Mt. Senario W 92 69 MSU, Mankato W 87 63 @SDSU W 78 77 @Augustana L 68 74 N. Colorado W 54 49 UN-Omaha L 70 81 @North Dakota L 77 80 OT @NDSU L 103 107 OT South Dakota L 74 78 Morningside W 88 80 OT Augustana L 78 84 SDSU W 99 95 OT @UN-Omaha W 70 56 @N. Colorado L 61 77 NDSU W 98 95 OT North Dakota L 75 79 @Morningside L 72 93 @USD L 57 91 @MSU-Mank. W 83 68 1999-2000 (18-10/10-8 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. @ Moorh. St. W 73 59 Northern State W 87 72 @ UM-Crook. W 91 65 St. John's Univ. L 62 72 Southwest St. W 82 73 @ UM-Morris W 83 56 Dickinson St. W 68 48 @ C-S.P. W 81 64 Bemidji State W 103 58 @ MSU-Mank. L 81 86 SDSU W 80 69 Augustana W 92 69 @ N. Colorado W 95 74 @ NE-Omaha L 45 59 North Dakota L 55 60 NDSU L 61 76 @ USD L 63 73 @ Morningside L 76 80 @ Augustana L 72 82 @ SDSU W 91 87 Neb.-Omaha W 79 75 N. Colorado W 80 72 @ NDSU W 76 74 OT @ UND L 71 83 Morningside W 67 62 South Dakota W 80 78 MSU- Mankato W 80 77 NCAA North Central Reg. Wayne State L 80 90 2000-2001 (25-6/13-5 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. MN-Crookston W 104 71 @ Bemidji St. W 76 55 @UW-LaCr. W 74 57 @ St. John’s W 67 63 C-St. Paul W 99 67 MN-Morris W 86 59 @ M’side W 82 73 @ USD L 56 74 @ S’west St. Postponed Jamestown W 92 76 @ MSU-Mank. W 77 71 SDSU L 80 90 Augustana W 92 71 @ N. Colorado W 71 65 @ NE-Omaha W 87 73 North Dakota W 88 64 NDSU L 84 92 MSU, M’kato W 75 61 @ Augustana W 79 65 @ SDSU L 75 79 NE-Omaha W 84 67 No. Colorado W 86 64 St. Scholastica W 81 54 @ NDSU W 82 75 @ UND L 67 70 South Dakota W 79 60 Morningside W 79 75 Wells Fargo Finals North Dakota W 84 81 SDSU @ USD W 74 72 @ USD W 89 76 NCAA D-II Regionals @ SCSU

Metro State W 100 Southwest St. L 65

61 67

2001-2002 (21-7/12-6 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. Bemidji St. W 85 57 @UM-Crookston W 86 77 @Northern St. W 84 68 Central (IA) W 88 50 South Dakota W 97 81 Morningside W 87 51 @ Conc.-SP W 99 73 St. Johns W 67 59 Southwest St. W 83 62 UW-LaCrosse W 82 58 MSU-Mankato W 85 64 @S. Dakota St. L 56 79 @Augustana W 84 69 Nort. Colorado W 85 60 Neb.-Omaha L 63 102 @N. Dakota L 88 91 OT @N. Dakota St. W 93 79 @MSU-Mank. W 81 78 OT Augustana W 83 68 S. Dakota St. L 82 90 OT @Neb.-Omaha L 72 81 @Nor. Color. L 85 86 N. Dakota St. W 82 68 North Dakota W 87 73 @Morningside W 98 68 @S. Dakota W 73 60 Wells Fargo NCC Tourney South Dakota W 95 90 O2 S. Dakota St. L 77 91 2002-2003 (26-5/13-3 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel NCC Champs Wells Fargo Finals Champs Opponent SCSU Opp. UM-Crookston W 88 49 Loras College W 88 56 Washburn L 70 87 PR-Mayaguez W 99 44 @Bemidji W 91 84 No. Michigan W 84 52 @Southwest St. W 83 58 @St. John’s W 80 61 CC-St. Paul W 93 79 @Wayne (NE) W 77 57 Macalester W 101 71 @No. Colorado* W 71 70 @So. Dakota* W 84 79 Augustana* W 74 65 SDSU* W 94 89 OT @No. Dakota* W 81 76 @SDSU L 57 80 @MSU, Mank* W 83 74 Neb-Omaha* W 88 77 So. Dakota* L 89 97 MSU, Mank* W 86 60 @Augustana* W 67 55 NDSU* W 88 86 OT No. Dakota* L 73 76 No. Colorado* W 79 67 @Neb. Omaha* W 85 68 @NDSU* W 79 77

Matt Siegle

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A ll -T ime G ame - by -G ame R esults

2001 NCC Wells Fargo Finals Champions Wells Fargo Finals def. NDSU W def. UNO W NCAA North Central vs. No. Dakota W vs. Metro State L

75 60 88 78 Region 74 69 63 75

2003-04 (17-11/7-7 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. UM-Crookston W 89 55 Dakota Wesleyan W 91 62 vs. W. Oregon L 82 84 OT @Cent. Wash. W 97 91 OT UW-River Falls W 72 69 Wayne State W 72 71 Macalester W 72 66 Bemidji State W 69 60 St. John’s W 72 52 @CU-St. Paul W 79 70 @SW MN State L 70 84 @No. Michigan L 80 81 NDSU* L 76 85 No. Dakota* W 85 55 Augustana* W 80 65 SDSU* W 77 70 @Neb-Omaha* L 69 78 @So. Dakota* L 79 97 MSU, Mankato* W 98 94 Crossroads W 88 74 @MSU, Mank* W 72 56 So. Dakota* L 84 91 Neb-Omaha* L 67 77 @SDSU* L 69 91 @Augustana* W 78 61 @No. Dakota* W 86 83 @NDSU* L 84 88 Wells Fargo Finals @NDSU L 74 87 2004-05 (21-8/7-5 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. @UM-Crook. W 73 64 SW Minn. St. W 57 55 vs. St. Michael’s W 87 62 vs. Mich. Tech L 58 64 UM-Crookston W 77 69 vs. NM Highlds W 92 78 @CSU Pueblo L 59 70 @Bemidji St. W 77 73 @St. John’s W 73 56 @Upper Iowa W 83 60 Conc-St. Paul W 67 62 No. Michigan W 85 72 @Wayne St. W 88 74 Trinity Coll. W 98 46 Minn. Duluth* W 75 71 @Minn. St.* L 98 101 OT @Augustana* W 79 60

@No. Dakota* L Neb.-Omaha* L @Minn. Duluth* W North Dakota* W Minnesota St.* W @Neb-Omaha* W @So. Dakota* L Augustana* W

77 70 79 67 89 77 59 84

83 73 69 61 76 75 75 69

Upper Iowa W South Dakota* L Wells Fargo Finals Minn. Duluth W vs.South Dakota L

80 58

56 72

51 56

47 80

2005-06 (20-11/8-4 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. @Upper Iowa W 84 72 Wayne State L 78 80 Glenville, WV W 94 70 Winona State W 80 79 Michigan Tech L 56 63 Bemidji State W 84 72 Dakota State W 87 64 SCSU Hoopster Classic Johnson & Wales W 90 40 St. John’s L 67 72 @SW Minnesota L 57 67 UM-Crookston W 73 65 @Conc-St. Paul L 60 67 CSU-Pueblo W 84 62 Wayne State W 78 77 @Minn Duluth* W 89 75 MSU Mankato* L 68 82 Augustana* L 89 92 O2 North Dakota* W 77 71 @Neb-Omaha* W 83 81 OT Minn Duluth* W 81 77 @No. Dakota* W 81 70 @MSU Mankato* W 67 53 Neb-Omaha* W 83 64 South Dakota* W 84 75 @Augustana* L 93 95 O2 Upper Iowa W 69 53 @South Dakota* L 67 85 Wells Fargo Finals Neb-Omaha W 96 84 South Dakota W 85 69 MSU Mankato L 69 78 NCAA North Central Region Ft. Hays State L 54 69 2006-07 (19-11, 7-5 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. SCSU Hoopster Classic Rockhurst W 77 67 Mary L 77 86 Conc.-St. Paul W 76 50 MSU-Moorhead W 68 66 @Bemidji W 80 50 Dakota State W 75 39 @Upper Iowa W 77 60

2003 NCC Champions and Wells Fargo Champions

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@ St. John’s W SW Minn. St. W @ Wayne St. W @ Bowie St. L @Col. Union W @ Crookston W N. Michigan W @North Dakota* W @MN Duluth* W Minnesota St.* L @ Augustana* W Sioux Falls L MN Duluth* W Neb.-Omaha* W North Dakota* L @Minnesota St.* L @Neb.-Omaha* W @South Dakota* L Augustana* W South Dakota* L NCC Tournament Neb. Omaha W @Minnesota St. L NCAA North Central @ Winona L

90 76 65 77 99 83 91 92 86 73 81 67 88 76 72 68 75 63 85 83

78 73 OT 52 84 73 57 93 90 79 83 76 75 69 67 75 96 62 91 80 90 OT

63 52 73 78 Regional 73 100

2007-08 (17-11, 5-7 NCC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. SCSU Hoopster Classic Bemidji State W 86 61 Mary W 77 61 Wayne St. W 99 71 UNO Thanksgiving Classic Mont. St.-Billings W 89 68 Colo. St.-Pueblo W 52 50 MSU Moorhead W 80 74 Upper Iowa W 72 49 St. John’s W 82 56 Conc.-St. Paul W 72 57 @U-Mary L 48 77 @SW Minn. L 68 82 Minn., Crookston W 89 67 @Conc.-St. Paul L 57 61 Sioux Falls W 83 66 North Dakota* W 74 54 Minn. Duluth* W 63 59 @Minn. State* L 72 96 Augustana* L 63 75 MSU Moorhead W 88 71 @Minn. Duluth* W 82 73 @Neb.-Omaha* L 76 93 @North Dakota* W 73 65 Minnesota State* L 75 87 Neb.-Omaha*L 87 99 South Dakota* W 75 71 @Augustana* L 68 86 @South Dakota* L 74 83 NCC Tournament @Neb.-Omaha L 82 84 2008-09 (22-9. 14-6 NSIC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. SCSU Hoopster Classic Metro State W 82 71 Wayne St. (NE) W 78 66 @St John’s W 85 59 Chico State Mac Martin Tourn, vs.Humboldt St. L 86 91 @Chico St. L 49 74 @Winona St.* W 99 97 OT @Upper Iowa* W 75 73 MSU Moorhead* W 92 73 Minn., Crookston* W 91 54 Dakota State W 120 68 St. Mary’s W 82 58 Concordia Univ.* W 68 46 @Minn. Duluth* L 64 75 @Bemidji State* L 66 69 Southwest Minn.* L 68 88 Minnesota St.* W 84 78 U-Mary* W 79 59 Northern St.* L 72 85 @Wayne St. (NE)* W 66 50 @Augustana* W 96 90 Minn. Duluth* W 72 59 Bemidji State* W 69 51 @SW Minn.* L 61 80 @Minnesota St.* L 67 75 @Minn., Crookston* W 84 70 @Concordia U.* W 69 67 Winona State* W 100 81 NSIC Tournament Augustana W 91 84 @Winona State W 91 77 vs.Minnesota St. W 91 89 NCAA Central Region Tournament

vs.Augustana L 72 73 2009-10 (29-6, 16-4 NSIC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. SCSU Hoopster Classic St. John’s W 78 71 OT Mich. Tech W 75 62 NSIC Holiday Hoopsfest U-Mary W 66 54 Augustana L 80 89 Winona State L 72 77 Upper Iowa W 80 65 @MSU Moorhead W 80 69 @ Minn., Crookston W 93 72 Judson College W 102 68 Cardinal Stritch W 99 73 Sioux Falls W 78 46 @ Concordia W 89 80 Minn. Duluth W 65 45 Bemidji State W 80 69 @ Southwest Minn. W 72 67 @ Minnesota St. L 76 88 @ U-Mary L 60 76 @ Northern State W 66 64 Wayne State W 74 66 Augustana W 68 58 @ Minn. Duluth W 83 68 @ Bemidji State W 107 71 Soutwest Minn. W 64 51 Minnesota State W 92 84 Minn. Crookston W 86 57 Concordia Univ. W 83 71 @ Winona State L 69 80 NSIC Tournament Concordia Univ. W 76 61 Wayne State W 74 66 Southwest Minn. W 68 67 NCAA Central Region Tournament vs. Metro State W 82 77 vs. Minnesota State W 83 71 vs. Augustana W 84 75 OT NCAA Elite Eight vs. Midwestern St. W 92 88 NCAA Final Four vs. Indiana Univ. Pa. L 70 76

2010 NCAA Final Four Participants 2010-11 (15-14, 12-10 NSIC) Coach: Kevin Schlagel Opponent SCSU Opp. @ St. John’s L 65 70 Grand Canyon Univ. Tournament @ CSUDH L 65 78 @ GCS L 65 71 St. Scholastica W 88 54 @ U-Mary L 81 84 @ NSU W 91 83 Southwest Minn. W 60 58 Minnesota State W 85 83 CSP L 66 73 @ Augustana W 76 74 Wayne State L 53 69 Upper Iowa W 76 68 Winona State L 91 93 OT Bemidji State W 92 88 OT UMD W 94 74 @ UMC W 62 50 @ MSUM W 76 64 Wayne State W 66 59 Augustana L 87 89 @ Winona State L 67 88 @ Upper Iowa W 79 67 @ Minn. State L 69 80 @ SMSU L 58 71 Northern State W 76 66 U-Mary L 73 78 @ CSP L 66 78 NSIC Tournament @ Augustana W 79 73 U-Mary W 65 59 Winona State L 41 58


A ll -T ime G ame - by -G ame R esults Abdelfattah, Mahmoud 2008-2010 Abram, Tom 1963-67 Adamic, Duane 1946-48 Adams, Travis 1999-03 Ahle, Myron 1957-59 Akason, Brad 1973-76 Akervik, Bryan 1988-92 Alaspa, Mike 1986-87 Alden, Leslie 1933-35 Aldridge, Mark 1967-70 Allen, Jason 2002-04 Altuvilla, Robert 1948-50 Anderson, Bert 1926-28 Anderson, Bob 1947-48 Anderson, Bruce 1982-86 Anderson, Clarence 1948-49 Anderson, Don 1949-50 Anderson, Donovan 1949-50 Anderson, Kermit 1930-33 Anderson, Mitch 1994-95 Anderson, Pete 1965-66 Anderson, R. 1933-34 Anderson, Sheldon 1950-52 Anderson, Ted 1963-64 Anderson, Vernon 1932-33 Anderstrom, Alan 1972-76 Anfenson, Tim 1980-81 Anfinson, Gene 1959-62 Antognozzi, John 1947-49 Arndt, Bill 1954-55 Arnold, Floyd 1932-35 Arnold, Jim 1959-60 Arnold, Mike 1966-70 Ashbaugh, Lester 1923-25 Avery, Eugene 1937-39 Backowski, Milo 1979-80 Baggenstoss, Vern 1957-59 Bahn, Dale 1959-61 Bahneman, Guy 1958-60 Baker, Dennis 1962-63 Baker, J. 1961-62 Bambenek, Ron 1957-60 Bandas, Harvey 1966-67 Banks, Albert 1941-43 Banks, Richard 1947-50 Barnes, Cleveland 1983-87 Barott, Jeff 1967-71 Barth, John 1971-75 Bartz, Spencer 2005-09 Bauer, Steve 1971-72 Baumgartner, Ivan 1948-49 Beaudette, Kris 1989-93 Bebus, John 1963-64 Bell, Tom 1957-58 Bennett, Carl 1983-84 Benson 1924-25 Berg, Jim 1976-77 Berg, Maury 1963-64 Bergner, Dennis 1952-53, 1955-56 Bergstraser, Tim 2009-present Bergstrom, Eric 2004-07 Bergstrom, Marvin 1946-51 Bernsetter, Andrew 2007-11 Bishop, Todd 1997-01 Bjur, Dick 1963-67 Blaha, Marion 1923-25, 1929-30 Bland, Bob 1957-58 Blizil, John 1959-60 Blomlie, John 1960-62 Blomquist, Howard 1955-56 Blume, Gene 1949-51 Bondy, Ed 1951-52 Bonstrom, Orlin 1954-55 Boone, Calvin 1971-73 Boone, Louie 1966-70 Borgert, Bob 1950-53 Bostrom, Donald 1927-28 Bouman, Todd 1993-96 Brady, Don 1967-68 Brant, B.J. 1998-02 Brenden, Todd 1970-71 Brennan, J. 1961-62 Brooks, Tony 2010-present Brown, Kenquane 2009-present

Brown, Travis Browne, Jeff Bryan, George Bryant, Jon Bucholz, Ben Buege, Don Busch, Herman Byrne, Kelly Campbell, Bob Campbell, Zac Carlson, Alex Carlson, Bill Carlson, John Carlson, Kent Carlson, Marc Carlson, William Carmichael, Brett Carpenter, Frank Carruth, Dan Cates, Arthur Catron, Kevin Chayer, Danny Chenn, Steve Cline, Bill Coenen, Craig Colletti, Ed Collins, Andy Conley, Jack Cook, Bob Countryman, Ken Craigmile, Ron Cramer, Stewart Crosby, Vance Cruz, Damarius Cummings, Bruce Cummings, Gary Cupkie, Lynn Daggett, John Dahl, Mason Danielson, Bob Davis, Gene Deblock, John Decker, Tom Delich, Bob DeVita, Dino Ditty, Tom Dix, Enoch Doane, Malcome Docherty, Warren Dodds Doe, Jerry Doe, Mike Donnell, Calib Dorman, Dennis Dougherty, Denny Douglas, Gary Dreas, David Dwyer, Tom Eckhoff, Jeff Eilers, John Ellens, Dave Elness, Bob Emanuel, Tony Embertson, George Erickson, John Ernst, K. Evans, Brad Evans, John Evert, Joe Ewing, John Fabel, Randy Feltman, Gerry Fernald, William Filippi, Louis Fisher, Jesse Forrest, MIke Fouks, Greg Fredericks, Terry Frericks, Gary Frie, Richard Frikken, Brent Funk, Rog Gambrino, John Gamm, Robert

1992-94 1978-81 1965-66 1995-97 2010-11 1948-53 1927-28 2005-07 1958-60 2003-07 2000-04 1954-55 1975-78 1970-71 1989-91 1949-50 2006-09 1924-25 1958-61 1948-49 1984-86 2003-04 1971-74 1957-58 2005-09 1930-33 1993-95 1939-43 1947-48 1983-85 1959-63 1989-93 1947-51 2010-present 1950-51 1958-60 1960-61 1963-66 1922-23 1955-56 1949-50 1934-38 1972-76 1946-49 1991-93 1964-68 1997-99 1930-34 1961-64 1923-24 1968-71 1957-58 1969-70 1949-50 1959-60 1980-82 2004-08 1959-62 1977-81 1978-79 1957-59 1972-74 1938-40 1948-49 1963-64 1922-23 2003-05 1992-93 2003-05 1958-59 1978-82 1958-59 1949-51 1939-43 2007-11 1963-65 1970-73 1957-59 1977-78 1951-53 2001-03 1963-64 1982-84 1949-50

Gandrud, Howie Geiger, Joe Gerard, Earl Germann, Chad Gislason, Richard Gjertson, Wilfred Glatzmaier, Joe Gohman, Charles Goring, Zach Grams, Ted Gray, Brian Green, Les Greene, Eric Greenfield, Leroy Greenwald, Fred Griffith, Craig Grow, Derrick Gulstad, Howard Haas, Howard Hadden, Russ Haddorf, Jack Hagemeyer, Gary Hagen, Dan Hagen, Jerry Hagstrom, Rog Haire, Kevin Hall, Irvin Halsey, Steve Halverson, Bob Hambrecht, Henry Hamlin, Bob Hamrie, John Hanlon, Jack Hannon, James Hannula, Richard Hans, Reid Hansen, Larry Hanson, Allen Hanson, James Hanson, Ken Hanson, Larry Hanson, Louis Hanson, Matt Harris, Bobby Harris, John Harrison, Jack Hartman, Leo Harvey, Chris Harvey, Mark Hass, Howard Haugen, Alfred Haugen, Jeff Haugen, Ralph Haustad, Harvey Hawkins, Scott Hegman, Bob Hein, Mark Heine, Marty Helgeson, Gene Hentges, Dick Hentges, Leroy Hergott, Jeff Herman, Todd Hesse, Lou Hill, Don Hill, Ken Hillman, Mike Hinzman, Jon Hoelschel, Jerry Hoffarber, Bruce Hoffman, Lowell Hollander, Bob Holmberg, Bill Hunter, Mickey Hustad, Harvey Isberner, Brad Jackson, Wallace Jacobson, Jesse Jensen, Don Jensen, Shaun John Kne Johnson, Andy Johnson, Brad Johnson, Dale

1958-59 1984-85 1928-31 1990-94 1949-51 1931-34 1957-58 1935-37 1996-00 1954-56 2000-01 1970-71 2004-07 1958-59 1927-28, 1931-32 1979-81 1982-85 1963-64 1951-52 1947-48 1960-63 1966-67 1977-81 1968-69 1954-55 1980-84 1923-24 1969-71 1938-39 1942-43, 1948-49 1937-39 1963-64 1926-28 1925-26 1942-43 1969-71 1960-61 1955-56 1947-51 1951-53, 1955-56 1959-60, 1962-63 1930-32 2004-05 2003-04 1979-80 1961-64 1955-56 1988-89 1987-90 1952-53 1948-49 1983-84 1926-30 1950-51 2008-present 1976-80 1993-94 1978-82 1949-50 1949-50 1957-58 1986-88 2006-07 1959-60 1950-53 1957-58 1985-87 1994-98 1974-75 1975-77 1971-72 1941-42 1970-73 1971-72 1951-52 1974-76 1942-43 1997-99 1957-58 2009-present 1948-49 1998-02 1960-64 1941-42

Johnson, Darrell Johnson, Dennis Johnson, Doug Johnson, Jeff Johnson, Mike Johnson, Norm Johnsrud, Jordan Johnstone, Jay Jolstad, LeRoy Jones, Jerome Josephson, Bill Kamrowski, Felix Karlsrud, Jorgen Kee, John Kelly, Bob Kelly, Jack Kelm, Todd Kesler, Dean Kesti, Greg Kettler, Greg Keyte, Marvin Kidder, Pat King, Tony Klaers, David Klein, Don Kluge, Kraig Kne, John Kosel, Bob Kosonen, Kothe, Dave Kottke, Willard Krause, Jerry Kron, Jason Kubitscheck, G. Kuechle, Terry Kummer, Red Kunze, Joe Kurr, Ed Laager, Dean LaLond, Edward Larson, Gary Larson, J. Leasia, Lealand LeCuyer, Ray Ledin, John Lee, Stephen Lembke, Herbert Lemme, Mark Lenarz, LaMont Leonard, William Levandoski Lieske, Reuben Liestman, Don Lind, Eric Lind, Kent Linde, Jeff Lindhag, Paul Lindsey, Darryl Lindsley, Sam Linehan, David Linehan, Jack Luebke, Lunde, Jeff Madison, Gary Magnuson, Bill Malmer, Loren Malmgren, Jerry Mann, Phil Marson, Jerod Martin, Denny Martz, E. Matasich, Ed Mathre, Marvile Matthiasson, Matt Maus, Ron McDeid, Tom McDonald, Joel McDowell, Carl McKay, Barry Meffert, Leonarde Merickle Meyer, Dan Meyer, Ed Meyer, Greg

1960-61 1969-70 1958-59 1966-69 1965-66 1951-52 2010-11 1934-35, 1936-39 1967-69 1994-96 1965-66 1926-27 2005-06 1994-95 1970-71 1954-58 1981-83 1990-92 1989-93 1973-77 1926-27 1947-48 1987-89 1969-70 1939-40 1989-90 1946-48 1954-55 1933-34 1958-60 1936-39 1954-55 1999-03 1961-62 1984-88 1950-51 1932-37 1960-61 1970-72 1927-29 1954-55 1951-52 1927-28, 1931-32 1960-61 1957-58 1990-91 1924-26 1978-81 1948-49 1927-28 2010-present 1942-43 1958-59 1985-89 1985-89 1976-77 1972-73 1976-78 1923-24 1962-66 1964-68 1933-34 1977-79 1981-85 1963-64 1957-58 1947-48 1987-89 1997-99 1957-58 1951-52 1938-40 1940-41 1983-85 1971-73 1976-77 1991-95 1923-25 1974-78 1922-24 1922-23 1977-79 1954-56 1972-74

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A ll -T ime SCSU P layer L ist Meyer, Joel Meyer, Ken Meyers, Gerry Miller, Bob Miller, Bob Miller, Doug Miller, Ed Miller, Nate Mills, Gordon Mitchell, Jim Molestad, Clarence Morehead, Bill Morehead, Jim Morgan, Chuck Morgan, Mike Morgan, T. Morrow, Bobby Morrow, Tony Mudford, Tony Muehring, Dennis Munsch, Charles Nagorski, Mike Neller, Dan Nelson, Bob Nelson, C. Nelson, Denny Nelson, G. Nelson, Jerry Nelson, John Nelson, Mike Nelson, Robert Nicholson, Louis Nord, Dave Nordgren, Roger Nordin, Stan Novak, Ben Novak, Ken Nyberg, J. O'Brien, Dana Ojiaku, Ovinna O'Neill, Gene Odanovich, Joe Oelrich, V. Ogaard, Dick Oistad, Jeff Olson, Harvey Olson, Henry Olson, Jerry Olson, Norman Ortman, Josh Osborne, Lloyd Ostlund, Erwin Ostmoe, Ted Otto, Bob Outwin, Ellsworth Ozer, Yusuf Paddock, Lance Pagenkopf, Albert Passi, Ray Pearce, Curtis Pelowski, Jason Pelowski, Nathan Perkins, Ed Perkins, Reggie Perpich, Joe Perry, Carl Persinger, Alan Peters, Greg Peters, Scott Petersen, Bill Peterson, Gary Petka, Don Petrich, Jim Pettit, Alan Phillips, Nate Pilantz, D. Plombon, Don Poepping, Shane Polesak, Fred Pool, Binky Porter, Terry Porter, Terry Porter, William Potthoff, Marvin Powers, Cullen

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1942-43, 1923-24,

1936-36,

1978-82 1968-69 1959-60 1950-51 1939-40 1973-77 1954-56 2001-05 1932-33 1971-72 1937-39 1960-61 1959-60 1968-70 1975-78 1961-62 2005-08 1995-97 1958-59 1958-59 1966-70 1987-88 1950-52 1949-50 1939-40 1960-61 1961-62 1996-98 1954-55 1973-76 1948-49 1939-41 1971-72 1969-73 1938-41 2006-07 1947-51 1951-52 1965-66 2005-06 1957-58 1934-38 1961-62 1957-58 1979-80 1950-51 1948-49 1958-59 1927-28 2007-11 1922-23 1939-42 1939-42 1954-55 1933-37 2003-04 1988-90 1935-38 1935-37 1977-78 1993-97 1994-98 1946-49 1984-88 1934-35 1925-26 2000-03 1993-94 2002-05 1983-87 1965-66 1957-58 1971-74 1942-43 2009-11 1961-62 1955-56 1993-97 1957-58 1988-90 1964-68 1954-55 1951-52 1938-39 1999-03

Pryor, Tom 1961-62 Putz, Brett 2008-present Putz, Ron 1981-84 Raitz, Troy 1988-89 Rajacich, Velko 1946-49 Rancik, Rado 1998-02 Raymond, Brad 1993-95 Reese, Jonny 1999-02 Rehkamp, Don 1947-48 Rehkmap, Donald 1948-49 Remme, Tim 1989-91 Rengel, John 1935-37 Repulski, Bill 1958-59 Repulski, Eldon 1946-47 Riley, Michael 2008-2010 Ripon, William 1928-30 Ripperger, Rod 1976-77 Robinson, Dave 1977-81 Rock, Casper 1937-40 Roepke, Gerald 1962-63 Roepke, Gerry 1961-62 Roepke, Gerry 1960-61 Rohs, Bryan 1973-74 Roth, J. 1961-62 Rothstein, Theo 2008-present Rudoll, Troy 1986-90 Rudrud, LeRoy 1948-49 Russ, Ron 1977-78 Rygh, Richard 1946-47, 1948-49 Rygh, Richard 1942-43 Sahlstrom, 1924-25 Saliterman, Harold 1925-27 Salscheider, Keith 1999-02 Sanford, Wilfred 1930-34 Shackelford, Maynard 1963-64 Scharnowski, Haug 1990-94 Schellinger, Brian 2004-08 Scheveck, Mark 1980-84 Shirley, Tom 2009-10 Schlagel, Bob 1970-72 Schlagel, Kevin 1974-76 Schmid, Harry 1924-28 Schmidt, Jeremy 1996-00 Schmiesing, Izzy 1962-66 Schneck, Matt 2006-2010 Schneider, Gene 1949-53 Schoenrock, Rob 1998-99 Schroeder, Jim 1959-60 Schroer, Galen 1969-72 Schwanke, Joel 1969-70 Schwantz, Jerry 1972-74 Seaton, Earl 1939-43 Secrest, Hank 1925-27 Seehusen, Norm 1961-64 Selisker, Bill 1957-59 Selisker, Laurie 1958-59 Severson, Darrel 1965-66 Shepherd, Elbert 1998-99 Siegle, Matt 2002-06 Simonson, Russ 1957-58 Simpson, James 1923-24 Sjoberg, Ray 1948-49 Skarich, Kevin 1987-89 Skovholt, T. 1961-62 Slattery, Jim 1950-51 Smith, J. 1961-62 Smith, Rayford (J.R.) 1994-96 Smith, Scott 1978-79 Smrekar, Stephen 1931-32 Soderling, Steve 1971-72 Spann, LaTroy 1991-93 Spaulding, Todd 1984-88 Springer, Scott 1989-93 Stahl, Don 1965-66 Stensrud, C. 1929-31 Stepan, John 1952-53 Stern, Ron 1987-89 Stevens, William 1922-24 Stoeve, Mark 1970-74 Strandemo, Steve 1966-70 Streetar, Bob 1958-60 Strub, Josh 1971-73 Sullivan, Adam 2004-07 Sullivan, Bill 1960-61 Suzick, John 1939-40

Swanson, Dan 1975-77 Swanson, Harry 1946-49 Swenson, Russell 1927-28 Syltie, Jim 1963-64 Tangren, Laurel 1955-56 Tank, J. 1961-62 Terhaar, David 1974-77 Thayer, Jerry 1955-59 Thein, Pete 1957-58 Theis, Al 1948-51 Thompson, Dave 1959-60 Thurston, Orieon 1989-91 Titus, Joe 2000-02 Tjesvold, Curt 1957-58 Tomlyanovich, Steve 1981-83 Treanor, Kevin 1985-87 Trewick, Mike 1965-69 Trewick, Paul 1966-70 Tribur, John 1927-28 Trull, Steve 2000-05 Tschimperle, Dan 1958-61 Tully, Jerome 1930-31 Tully, William 1929-30 Ulferts, Wayne 1948-49 Urich, Matt 1934-35 Urick, Matt 1937-38 Van Kalsbeck, Cliff 1949-50 Vanden Einde, Mark 1966-68 Vegoe, Howard 1927-28 Ver Huel, Ross 2006-08 Virgin, Chad 2000-04 Virgin, Kurt 1971-74 Wabiszewski, Dusty 2005-08 Wade, Brandon 1995-99 Wadhams, Tom 1940-41, 1946-48 Waldron, Duane 1948-49 Walker, Rodney 1995-97 Walters, Willard 1940-43 Waltman, Ed 1966-70 Wander, J. 1951-52 Wandersee, Dwayne 1950-51 Ward, Dan 1991-95 Warnberg, Neil 1961-63, 1967-69 Wassenaar, Roger 1954-56 Weber, Wilfred 1947-48 Weigle, Richard 1948-49 Weihert, Pat 2002-06 Weikle, Thomas 1957-58 Weinzierl, Jim 1970-72 Weir, Bob 1958-59 Weismann, John 1929-30 Wendel, Mike 1977-79 Wendt, Lawrence 1927-30 Wessel, Dennis 1976-80 Westgaard, Alvin 1925-26 Westholm, Bob 1940-41 Westlund, Dave 1949-51, 1954-56 Westlund, Roger 1950-55 Whitlock, Sean 1994-98 Wigg, Jim 1962-63 Wilcox, Paul 1940-42 Willis, Jebb 1974-76 Wilson, George 1967-71 Wing, Glen 1925-27 Winnekins, Ross 2006-2009 Winter, Vernon 1946-49 Witt, Forest 1998-03 Witt, Taylor 2007-11 Wittmann, Bryan 2003-04 Wohler, Barry 1985-87 Wojeiechowski, Ed 1951-52 Wold, Darrold 1951-55 Wolfe, Gayle 1949-51 Wolff, Dave 1961-63 Wolff, Bob 1958-62 Wrightson, Ned 1997-98 Yonke, Bret 1993-96 Young, C. 1939-40 Zaeske, D. 1961-62 Zakaraisen, Jim 1954-56

(NOTE: Players from 1922-Present are listed. List compiled from season stat sheets, letterwinner lists and SCSU yearbooks. Please contact Anne Abicht at 320-308-2141 to make corrections or additions)


M edia I nformation Husky Basketball on the Radio in 2011-12 All St. Cloud State men’s basketball games can be heard on Uptown 1010 AM radio with JW Cox as the play-by play announcer all season long for the Huskies. Audio streaming of the game broadcasts can be found at http://www.1010wmin.com/ KVSC the St. Cloud State University radio station will carry selected Husky home games and can be heard at 88.1 FM. and on the web at www.kvsc.org Audio Streaming You can also connect to the audio broadcasts via the SCSU Athletics web site at www.StCloudState.edu/athletics Video Streaming All of the Huskies 2011-12 basketball games, home and away will be available on the web through NMTVSports on http://www.nmtvsports.com/

Press Services A complete NCAA box score will be made available to all media following the completion of the game. Complete individual and team statistics, including play-by-play and half-time summary will be provided for all working media. Statistics are available in the press box. Contact the Athletic Media Relations representative for post-game interviews with players and coaches. Press Credentials Admission to the Halenbeck Hall press box is restricted to the working press. Requests for working press passes and permission to broadcast games must be made at least one week in advance to the Athletic Media Relations Director. Only media representatives actually involved in the coverage of the game will be admitted to the press box. Radio Phone Lines Phone lines are available to broadcast SCSU basketball games at Halenbeck Hall. Information concerning phone lines may be obtained by contacting the SCSU Athletic Media Relations Office at (320) 308-2141. Photo Passes Photo Passes must be requested one week in advance. Photographers may operate along the sidelines and must adhere to NCAA Rules and the restricting lines around the field. Internet Services Wireless internet is available in Halenbeck Hall. Please contact Athletic Media Relations in advance of the event to set up a guest wireless account. This will allow you access once you arrive on campus.

Contacting Coach Schlagel The best time to contact Kevin Schlagel is weekday mornings, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. He can be reached by calling (320) 308-3297 or the Media Relations Office can arrange interviews at (320) 308-2141.

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KNSI.KCLD/KCML 1450 AM/104.7 FM/ 99.9 FM Football, Men’s and Women’s Basketball, and Men’s Hockey Play-by-Play is done by Sports Director Don Lyons donlyons@leighton-stcloud.com Mall Germain St. Cloud, MN 56301 320-251-1450 fax: 320-251-9852 www.leightonbroadcasting.com KVSC 88.1 FM Football, Volleyball, Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Hockey, Baseball, Softball Play-by-Play Co-Sports Directors Peter Tomala tope0501@stcloudstate.edu Matt Bishop bima0602@stcloudstate.edu 720 4th Ave. S. St. Cloud, MN 56301 320-308-4747 fax: 320-308-5337 www.kvsc.org WJON/KKSR 1240 AM Jay Caldwell Jay.Caldwell@RegentComm.com Lincoln Ave. SE St. Cloud, MN 56304 320-251-4422 fax: 320-251-1855 www.regentbroadcasting.com WVAL/WHMH/WBHR 800 AM/ 101.7 FM Mark Lewandowski mark.w.lewandowski@tricountybroadcasting.com Golden Spike Road Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 320-252-6200 fax: 320-252-9367

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Husky Magazine Joel Larsen-Producer lajo0604@stcloudstate.edu Stewart Hall 22, SCSU 720 4th Ave. S. St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498 320-308-4111 fax: 320-308-5489

Minneapolis Star Tribune College Sports Editor sports@startribune.com 425 Portland Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55488 1-800-827-8742 fax: 612-673-7774 www.startribune.com

UTVS-TV Sports DeeDee Stiepan- Sports Director stda0604@stcloudstate.edu Stewart Hall 22, SCSU 720 4th Ave. S. St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498 320-308-4111 fax: 320-308-5489 www.utvs.com

St. Paul Pioneer Press College Sports Editor sports@pioneerpress.com 345 Cedar Street St. Paul, MN 55101 651-228-5518 fax: 651-228-5527 www.twincities.com

St. Cloud Times Andy Rennecke, Sports arennecke@stcloudtimes.com St. Cloud, MN 56301 320-255-8770 fax: 320-255-0447 www.sctimes.com

Andy Rennecke SCSU Chronicle Sports Editor 720 4th Ave. S. St. Cloud, MN 56301 320-308-4086 fax: 320-308-2164 www.universitychronicle.net

Wire Service Associated Press Sports Editor apminneapolis@ap.org 511 11th Ave. S. Room 404 Minneapolis, MN 55415 1-800-3008340 www.ap.org Minnesota News Network Al Schoch, Sports Director newsroom@mnradio.com 100 North Sixth St., Suite 476A Minneapolis, MN 55403 612-321-7211 fax: 612-321-7222 www.minnesotanewsnetwork.com


2011-12 St. Cloud State University

Husky Basketball Date Nov. 13 Nov. 18-19 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 3 Dec. 9 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Jan. 2 Jan. 3 Jan. 7 Jan. 8 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 Jan. 20 Jan. 21 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 Mar. 1, 4, 5

Opponent Sioux Falls HOOPSTER CLASSIC- St. Cloud Nov. 18- Jamestown vs. St. Scholastica Nov. 18- St. Cloud State vs. St. John’s Nov. 19- St. John’s vs. St. Scholastica Nov. 19- St. Cloud State vs. Jamestown Valley City State University of Mary* Northern State University* Southwest Minnesota State* Minnesota State University, Mankato* Concordia University, St. Paul* Augustana College* Wayne State College* Upper Iowa University* Winona State University* Bemidji State University* Minnesota Duluth* University of Minnesota, Crookston* Minnesota State University Moorhead* Wayne State College* Augustana College* Winona State University* Upper Iowa University* Minnesota State University, Mankato* Southwest Minnesota State* Northern State University* University of Mary* Concordia University, St. Paul* Sanford Health/NSIC Tournament

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Home Home Home Marshall, Minn. Mankato, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. Home Home Fayette, Iowa Winona, Minn. Bemidji, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Home Home Wayne, Neb. Sioux Falls, S.D. Home Home Home Home. Aberdeen, S.D. Bismarck, N.D. Home

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*Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Game All Home Games are at Halenbeck Hall

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2011-12 St. Cloud State Men's Basketball Media Guide  

The 2011-12 St. Cloud State men's basketball media guide. It is 83 pages from the SCSU Athletic media relations department.

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