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Location Fort Wayne, Ind. Enrollment 11,767 Conference Independent Colors Royal Blue and White Nickname Mastodons Chancellor Michael A. Wartell Director of Athletics Mark A. Pope Associate Athletic Director Tim Heffron Associate Athletic Director Arnie Ball Associate Athletic Director/SWA Kelley Hartley Hutton Head Men’s Basketball Coach Dane Fife (Indiana ’02) Overall Record First Season Record at IPFW First Season 2004–05 Team Record 7-22 Associate Head Coach Jeff Tungate (Oakland ’93) Assistant Coaches: Tony Jasick (Mars Hill, ’00) Jermaine Kimbrough (Virginia Tech ’01) Dir. of Basketball Operations Joel Cotton (Indiana ’02) Graduate Manager Dan Bere (Indiana ’05) Home Court (Cap.) Memorial Coliseum (11,500) Head Athletic Trainer Dan Fox Sports Information Director Rudy Yovich SID Telephone 260-481-6646 SID Fax 260-481-6002 Men’s Basketball Contact Rudy Yovich e-mail: Assistant SID Christine Francies Photographers Elmer Denman Brenda Jones Christine Francies Director of Marketing Kent Hormann Promotions Director Brian Miller Facilities Coordinator Ron Clark Compliance Officer Abigail Renaker Office Manager Bev Saalfrank Travel Coordinator Rita Girardot Athletics Secretary Sheila Marsh Radio Broadcast Crew Kent Hormann Dean Pantazi Television Broadcast Crew Randy Schiffman Pat Hoffmann Brad Brown Athletics Web Site

Home of the Mastodons Gates Sports Center 2005–06 Team Photo/Schedule 2005–06 IPFW Roster 2005–06 Season Outlook 2005–06 Coaching Staff Dons on the Road Meet the 2005–06 IPFW Mastodons Michael A. Wartell Mark Pope IPFW at a Glance Fort Wayne Game-by-Game Results 2004–05 Season Box 2005–06 Opponents IPFW All-Time Records IPFW Division I All-Time Results Radio/TV Chart


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Home of the Mastodons


Allen County War Memorial Coliseum TM

The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum is the home of IPFW men’s basketball. It is one of only a few facilities in the United States to feature two arenas under one roof.

The newly renovated Coliseum Arena has a seating capacity of nearly 13,000, with deluxe suites and club seating. The 108,000-square-foot Expo Center has a seating capacity of 8,000. The total exhibit area in the Coliseum tops out at 170,000 square feet. The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum brings IPFW fans right into the heart of Division I basketball. IPFW has hosted ESPN’s Dick Vitale, the world famous Harlem Globetrotters, and the National Invitation Tournament. This season should be no different, as the Dons play host to the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.

The Coliseum hosts professional hockey and indoor football as well as some of the hottest concerts in the country. Groups like the Eagles, Evanescence, Snoop Doggy Dog, Shania Twain, Tim McGraw, Aerosmith, and Van Halen have graced the stages of the Coliseum. Family entertainment such as Sesame Street Live, Barney’s Colorful World, the Shrine Circus, and Smucker’s Stars on Ice have thrilled children of all ages. Thank you for visiting the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum and supporting your IPFW Mastodons. Please visit for an up-to-date listing of events. For more information on single event suite and club seat rental or group ticket discounts, please call 260-482-9502. 2


Gates Sports Center The Hilliard Gates Sports Center is the practice facility for the IPFW men’s basketball program.


practice facility for men’s basketball TM

The Gates Sports Center is also home for the IPFW women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, and men’s volleyball teams. The 68,000+ square foot, tri-level facility is located on the northeast end of the IPFW campus and features a multipurpose gymnasium with three practice/game courts. The Gates Sports Center seats 2,700 for events. The center also houses a 1/9-mile indoor tartan rubber track, five racquetball/handball courts, a fully equipped fitness center, and newly renovated athletic locker rooms.



Where: Our Northcrest Shopping Center office When: Mon-Fri, 9 am-6 pm; Sat by appointment Who: Staff Sgt. Matthew Kunk, 482-4300 4




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Front Row: Warren Wallace, Brad Pompey, Kyle Savely, D. J. Posley, Andy Stroud, Jakari Johnson Back Row: Kevin Nelson, Justin Hawkins, DeWitt Scott, Zeljko Egeric, Mohamed Esseghir, Armend Ademi, Tyler Best, Demetrius Johnson, Quintin Carouthers, Brandon Schumm

2005–06 Schedule January

November 9 19 21 23 27 30

HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY (EXH.) LOYOLA-CHICAGO (Homecoming) at South East Missouri State VALPARAISO at Michigan State at Toledo

7 p.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m.

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at Indiana State LONGWOOD TRI-STATE UNIVERSITY at Valparaiso at Texas A&M Corpus Christi at UT-Pan American at Longwood

Noon 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.


7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 8 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

December 3 6 8 18 20 22 28 31

MARYGROVE COLLEGE at Illinois State at Kent State NOTRE DAME at Purdue WEBER STATE at Penn State at Air Force

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at North Dakota State at South Dakota State at Northwestern TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI at Northern Colorado SOUTH DAKOTA STATE NORTH DAKOTA STATE

8 p.m. 8 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m.


7:30 p.m.

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All times Fort Wayne. Home games in bold/caps.



2005–06 IPFW Roster Numerical Roster No.






Hometown/Last School

2 3 4 5 10 11 12 15 22 25 30 31 34 42 44 50

Jakari Johnson DeWitt Scott Justin Hawkins Quintin Carouthers D. J. Posley Brad Pompey Kyle Savely Demetrius Johnson* Andy Stroud Kevin Nelson* Brandon Schumm Tyler Best Mohamed Esseghir Warren Wallace Armend Ademi Zeljko Egeric

6-4 6-6 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-9 6-11 6-3 6-9 6-9


171 190 200 180 165 185 165 192 160 180 180 240 225 190 230 210

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

Grand Rapids, Mich./Ottawa Hills Chicago, Ill./Md. Eastern Shore Garrett, Ind./Garrett Flint, Mich./Flint Central Hazel Crest, Ill./Homewood-Flossmoor Elkhart, Ind./Grand Rapids C.C. Corydon, Ind./Fork Union Military Academy Cleveland, Ohio/Kent State Martinsville, Ind./Martinsville Southfield, Mich./Central Michigan Bluffton, Ind./Southern Wells Lafayette, Ind./Paris (Texas) J.C. Sarasota, Fla./Hillsborough C.C. Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence North Pristina, Kosovo/Odessa College Split, Croatia/Life Center Academy

Alphabetical Roster No.






Hometown/Last School

44 31 5 50 34 4 15 2 25 11 10 12 30 3 22 42

Armend Ademi Tyler Best Quintin Carouthers Zeljko Egeric Mohamed Esseghir Justin Hawkins Demetrius Johnson* Jakari Johnson Kevin Nelson* Brad Pompey D. J. Posley Kyle Savely Brandon Schumm DeWitt Scott Andy Stroud Warren Wallace

6-9 6-9 6-4 6-9 6-11 6-6 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-6 6-0 6-3


230 240 180 210 225 200 192 171 180 185 165 165 180 190 160 190

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

Pristina, Kosovo/Odessa College Lafayette, Ind./Paris (Texas) J.C. Flint, Mich./Flint Central Split, Croatia/Life Center Academy Sarasota, Fla./Hillsborough C.C. Garrett, Ind./Garrett Cleveland, Ohio/Kent State Grand Rapids, Mich./Ottawa Hills Southfield, Mich./Central Michigan Elkhart, Ind./Grand Rapids C.C. Hazel Crest, Ill./Homewood-Flossmoor Corydon, Ind./Fork Union Military Academy Bluffton, Ind./Southern Wells Chicago, Ill./Md. Eastern Shore Martinsville, Ind./Martinsville Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence North

2005–06 IPFW Coaching Staff

Pronunciation Guide

Head Coach: Dane Fife (First Season, Indiana ’02) Associate Head Coach: Jeff Tungate (First Season, Oakland ’93) Assistant Coaches: Tony Jasick (First Season, Mars Hill ’00), Jermaine Kimbrough (First Season, Virginia Tech, ’01) Director of Basketball Operations: Joel Cotton (Third Season, Indiana ’02) Graduate Manager: Dan Bere (First Season, Indiana ’04) Student Managers: Tim Young (Third Season), Joe Young (First Season)

Armend Ademi Zeljko Egeric Mohamed Esseghir Jakari Johnson Kyle Savely Brandon Schumm

Arm-end A-dem-ee Zsh-el-ko Ezsh-er-ich Ess-eh-jeer Ja-car-ee Save-lee Shoom

* 2005–06 Red Shirts



2005–06 Season Outlook On March 24, 2005, Dane Fife was named head coach of the IPFW men’s basketball team. On March 25, 2005, the media frenzy began. Phone calls and requests poured in from ESPN, ESPN Radio, the Associated Press, and The Sporting News Radio, to name a few. Seemingly every sports radio talk show host in the Midwest, and beyond, wanted to talk to the NCAA’s youngest-ever Division I head basketball coach. Just two seasons removed from an appearance in the NCAA Championship game with the Indiana Hoosiers, Fife handled all the requests with a media savvy far beyond his then 25 years. “I’m not the type of guy that enjoys being in the spotlight,” Fife said. “More importantly, I want our kids to get that kind of attention.” As the excitement builds for Fife’s first season on the bench, one thing is definitely clear: his style on-court will be mirrored in this edition of the Mastodons. “Without question, I’ve told every single player, one-on-one and as a team, that I am defense first,” the former Hoosiers’ lock-down defender stated. “If you can’t play defense, you will not play. I really believe that the players we have are buying into that concept. Defense takes the pressure off to score, because when you know you’re going to get it done on the defensive end, you don’t have to come down and rush shots. You can relax.” While the Dons concentrate on defense, they will also learn the motion offense. “It takes a while to learn the motion offense,” Fife relayed. “I don’t expect that we will come out right away and score 70 to 80 points.” The motion offense will be a new twist for fans who have watched the Mastodons kick the ball inside to center David Simon, who graduated last year as IPFW’s fourth all-time leading scorer, as a first option. In fact, the entire make-up of this team has changed drastically. Fife will count on the leadership of a pair of returning juniors to bring together a squad that features 11 new faces. Guard Quintin Carouthers (Flint, Mich./Flint Central) and forward Justin Hawkins (Garrett, Ind./Garrett) are the only two returning Dons to have extensive game experience in blue and white. Carouthers, a speedy, slashing playmaker, averaged 8.6 points and 3.7 rebounds a contest, while Hawkins, a lock-down defender in his own right, averaged 3.9 points and 3.3 boards a contest. Even though they have been together for only a short time, Fife is well aware of his team’s strengths and weaknesses. “I do believe we are a fairly athletic team,” he said. “We do have speed and a couple of tough guys who will really dig in and fight to win ball games. I think speed and athleticism will be where we can beat some teams. We’ve got to get better inside though. We lost David Simon (who ended his career as IPFW’s all-time leader in blocked shots). I wish we had him for another year. We just have to be tougher…I’d say the knock on our big guys right now is that they are not very tough, but that is something that can easily be fixed. It is an attitude.” Looking to fill Simon’s shoes in the paint will be 6’9” junior college transfer Tyler Best (Lafayette, Ind./Paris [Texas] Junior College). Best helped lead Paris Junior College to an NJCAA Division I National Championship last season. “Tyler is as talented as some of the guys in the NBA,” Fife stated. “One, Tyler needs to realize that, and two, Tyler needs to decide whether he wants to be mediocre or if he wants to be a star.” Joining Best in the paint will be transfers Armend Ademi (6’9”/So./Pristina, Kosovo/Odessa College) and Mohamed Esseghir (6’11”/Jr./Sarasota, Fla./ Hillsborough C.C.). “Armend is raw,” Fife explained. “He’s been playing the game for only four or five years. He’s big and strong. He’s got a way to go, but 8


2005–06 Season Outlook the good thing is that he’s willing to learn. Mohamed is big, mobile, and crafty. But, this is another level, and if he wants to be good, he’ll have to step it up.” Fife and his staff have the luxury of two very good players who redshirted last season. DeWitt Scott (6’6”/So./Forward/Chicago, Ill./Maryland Eastern Shore) and Brad Pompey (6’1”/Jr./Guard/Elkhart, Ind./Grand Rapids CC) have been waiting in the wings for their playing time. Both are the hard-working-type players Fife can rely on. Three players who will also be fighting for minutes at the guard position are Kyle Savely (6’0”/Fr./Corydon, Ind./Fork Union Military Academy), D. J. Posley (6’3”/Fr./ Guard/Hazel Crest, Ill./HomewoodFlossmoor), and Jakari Johnson (6’4”/Fr./ Guard/Grand Rapids, Mich./Ottawa Hills). “Savely is a warrior,” Fife said. “He competes so hard. He can shoot it, and he’s a ball handler. I think once he gets his defense where it needs to be, he can provide us with some significant minutes. Jakari is a tenacious defender. He really takes pride on the defensive end. He wants to learn, he wants to get better, and he has. Posley needs to gain some size and strength, but he has been part of a winning program. We are expecting good things from those three.” This year’s schedule is as challenging as any in IPFW history. Notre Dame, Michigan State, Purdue, Northwestern, and Penn State jump right off the page. “Pound for pound, we probably have the toughest schedule in the country,” Fife said. “It is what it is, and we have to deal with it. It is a great challenge for our guys, and it will be a great gauge to help them understand where they are at. Are we going to struggle? I told the guys that there will be times when we are down by 10, 15, or 20 points. The challenge will be how we fight through that. There have been hundreds and hundreds of game where teams have come back from deficits like that. On the flip side, there are going to be games where we are up 10 to 15 points against good teams. The question then becomes, ‘Can we sustain our lead and have the mental toughness to keep working?’” Fife’s message to his Mastodons is clear and simple. “Believe in what we’re teaching you. Ask yourself, are you doing what we are asking you to do every minute of the day. Trust us — we’ve got four coaches who have played or worked in winning programs. We know how to succeed. Trust us.” At the end of the day, it won’t be wins or losses that Fife will judge as success. “The goal is to keep getting better,” he reiterated. “We know we will struggle at times and we know we will be good at times. All-in-all we want to keep getting better because this is a building process. There are high expectations and high standards within our program. Our guys have a lot of work to do, but I believe we can get there.”





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Head Coach Dane Fife On March 24, 2005, IPFW Director of Athletics Mark A. Pope announced that former Indiana University assistant Dane Fife had been selected as the new men’s basketball coach at IPFW. The former Indiana standout just completed his second season on Coach Mike Davis’ staff. “Dane brings a great tradition of basketball coaching experience,” Pope said. “His father was a collegiate basketball player and coach at the University of Michigan. Both of his brothers competed at the collegiate level. He has learned from two mentors, Bob Knight and Mike Davis. He has competed in an NCAA National Championship game. In short, he is a great fit for IPFW at this stage of our development. He brings a tremendous competitive spirit and a strong belief that he can get the job done here.” As a player, Fife was the defensive catalyst behind Indiana’s 2001–02 Big Ten co-champion and Final Four team. He broke the Hoosiers’ career steals record (180) en route to league Defensive Player of the Year honors as a senior. Fife also ranks among the Hoosiers’ all-time top 20 in assists (307) and three-pointers (99), and his .478 three-point field goal percentage in 2001–02 is sixth on IU’s single-season list. Fife also holds Indiana’s singleseason record for games started (37) and is tied for sixth in career games played (131). Fife was the Gary Steelheads’ first-round pick in the 2002 CBA draft and started five of the 34 games in which he played. He averaged 3.4 points and one rebound per game. “I am truly humbled by this tremendous opportunity,” Fife said. “My goal has always been to become a successful college coach and to help young men reach their full potential, both on and off the court. IPFW men’s basketball is on its way to becoming an outstanding program, and I will give everything that I have within me to bring it to the next level.” Pope added: “What most attracted me to Dane was that, more than any other candidate, he convinced me that he wants this position at IPFW — not just any coaching position. He has a passion for our student-athletes and has studied them closely. He has already developed a plan to further the development of our team. His preparation, attention to detail, and hard work will be his greatest assets. I am looking forward to starting this new era in IPFW basketball.” Fife, at 25, becomes the youngest Division I head coach. That distinction was previously held by 30-year-old Jeff Capel of Virginia Commonwealth.



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Associate Head Coach Jeff Tungate Last season, Associate Head Coach Jeff Tungate was an assistant on the staff at Oakland University, helping the Golden Grizzlies earn a birth in the NCAA Tournament. Prior to joining the Oakland staff, he was the head coach at Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee for five seasons. While with the Railsplitters, of the tough Division II Gulf South Conference, he compiled a record of 60-74, including a 19-10 mark in the 2002–03 season. That mark was the most wins for the school in 15 years. Prior to taking over as head coach, Tungate spent one season as an assistant for Lincoln Memorial, helping guide the team to a 17-10 record and a Gulf South Conference-East championship. Before moving to Tennessee, Tungate was also an assistant coach at Rochester College for three seasons. Tungate resides in Fort Wayne with his wife, Kelley, and son, Jordan.

Assistant Coach Tony Jasick Assistant Coach Tony Jasick comes to IPFW after spending last season on the Middle Tennessee staff as a graduate assistant. The previous three years, Jasick was an NCAA Division II assistant, most recently at Newberry College. Jasick began his coaching career as a volunteer assistant at the University of North Alabama (Gulf South Conference), where he worked under the school’s all-time winningest coach, Gary Elliot. At Newberry, he helped lead the Indians to the program’s most wins in more than 20 years, with a record of 16-13, in 2003–04. Newberry also made its first appearance in the South Atlantic Conference tournament championship that season. Jasick resides in Fort Wayne with his wife, Melissa.



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Assistant Coach Jermaine Kimbrough Assistant Coach Jermaine Kimbrough comes to IPFW after spending last season at UMass (Atlantic 10) on the staff of Head Coach Steve Lappas. Prior to his stint at UMass, Kimbrough was an administrative assistant at Cleveland State where he aided the coaching staff with recruiting, scouting, student-athlete academic services, team travel, tape exchange, camp, and various other duties. Kimbrough served as an assistant coach at Howard College in Texas from 2001 to 2003 where he helped the Hawks to a ranking as high as no. 2 in the nation. Howard had a 23-game win streak during his tenure and finished ranked no. 15 in the nation in 2002, when they won their conference championship. Kimbrough helped promote the program performing various roles as an assistant coach, recruiter, and academic liaison.

Director of Basketball Operations Joel Cotton

Graduate Manager Dan Bere

This is Joel Cotton’s third season with the IPFW men’s basketball program. Cotton is IPFW’s director of basketball operations, a role he is returning to after assuming assistant coach duties last season.

Dan Bere begins his first year at IPFW as a graduate manager. Bere recently earned a bachelor’s degree at Indiana University and has begun pursing a master’s degree in liberal arts at IPFW this fall.

His responsibilities have included film exchange, travel coordination, individual workouts, and supervision of minor basketball staff.

Bere spent the past four years as a manager for the Hoosiers under head coach Mike Davis. He was a member of the 2001–02 team that won the Big Ten and was national runner-up.

Cotton completed requirements for a master’s degree in professional communications this past May at IPFW. He is a 2003 graduate of Indiana University Bloomington, where he received a B.S. in kinesiology. He competed for four seasons as a member of the IU track and field program and was named Academic All-Big 10 for three years.

With the Mastodons, his duties include film exchange, film breakdown/scouting, assisting in travel coordination, supervision of student-managers, assisting with the recruiting database, and coordinating recruiting mail-outs. Bere is a native of Hinsdale, Ill.

Cotton played high school basketball in his hometown of Huntington, Ind. He helped lead the Huntington North Vikings to a regional championship, with a record of 20-5, his senior season. Cotton resides in Fort Wayne and is engaged to Jennifer Emley. They plan to wed in June 2006.



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Student Managers

H e a d Tr a i n e r D a n F o x Dan Fox begins his sixth year as head athletic trainer at IPFW. He received bachelor’s degrees in both athletic training and health education from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 1988. Prior to his arrival at IPFW, Fox spent 10 years in the professional arena as an athletic trainer with both the Minnesota Twins and Minnesota North Stars. Today he brings his professionalism to IPFW and to the Fort Wayne sport community as not only an athletic trainer but also as a volunteer coach. Fox resides in Fort Wayne, Ind., with his wife Paula and his children Christopher (15), Sarah (12), and Cameron (8).


Tim Young Third Season

Joe Young First Season


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Meet the 2005-06

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Justin Hawkins 6’6 ” Junior/Fo r ward Garrett, Ind./Garrett

2004–05 Season: Hawkins scored a season-high 14 points against Grand Valley State on Homecoming night. Was perfect from behind the arc in four contests in 04–05, 3-3 vs. Grand Valley State, 2-2 vs. Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Utah Valley State, and Maine. Had a season-high eight rebounds on two occasions, 11/11/04 vs. George Mason and 1/15/05 vs. Youngstown State. Hawkins averaged over 23 minutes a game in 04–05, starting 17 of the 29 he appeared in. A consistent shooter, he shot over 43 percent from threepoint range and over 44 percent from the field. 2003–04 Season: Hawkins played in 27 of the Mastodons’ 28 games during his freshman campaign. Averaged 2.1 points per game to go along with 2.1 rebounds per contest. Hawkins main roll was as a defensive stopper. Consistently drew the assignment of putting a blanket on the opposition’s scoring threat. Registered a season-high 13 points and eight rebounds against Tri-State. Handed out a season-high three assists against IUPUI. Before Coming to IPFW: Justin was named All-NECC in 2001, 2002, and 2003. Named All-Area and Academic All-State in his senior season at Garrett High School. Personal: Born: 3/10/85 Major: Electrical Engineering Justin is the son of Dave and Lu Hawkins. He has a brother, Derek, and a sister, Jennifer. Coach Fife on Justin: “Justin is the type of guy that will do whatever it takes to get the job done, and he will do it with all his might. I expect Justin to set the standard for work ethic in our program, and then we’ll push him even further than he thinks he can go.”

Hawkins by the Numbers Year 2003–04 2004–05 TOTAL

GP-GS Min/Avg 27-12 478/17.7 29-17 675/23.3 56-29 1153/20.6

FG-FGA Pct 20-59 .339 41-92 .446 61-151 .404

3-Point FG-FGA Pct 4-25 .160 16-37 .432 20-62 .323

FT-FTA 14-25 14-22 28-47


Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg .560 13-45 58 2.1 .636 34-63 97 3.3 .596 47-108 155 2.8

PF-FO 41-0 54-0 95-0

Ast TO Blk Stl 15 23 3 6 29 36 12 8 44 59 15 14

Pts/Avg 58/2.1 112/3.9 170/3.0





Quintin Carouthers 6’4” Junior/Guard Flint, Mich./Flint Central

2004–05 Season: Carouthers shook off the effects of his redshirt season to have his best year ever as a Mastodon. “Q” started all 29 of IPFW’s games in 04–05, averaging 8.4 points and 3.7 rebounds a contest. Scored a season-high 19 points in IPFW’s 71-63 win over Northern Colorado, at the Coliseum on 2/10/05. Scoring in double figures 11 times during the year. Had a season-high 10 rebounds against Grand Valley State to open the season on Homecoming. Averaged over 31 minutes a contest while shooting 38 percent from the floor and 71 percent from the line. Carouthers was fourth on the team in scoring (8.4 ppg) and third on the team in steals (23). 2003–04 Season: Carouthers showed flashes of brilliance early on but was lost to a season-ending shoulder injury against Bowling Green. Started five of the six games he played, averaging 4.7 points per game with 3.2 rebounds. He logged 26 minutes of action per contest and shot 38 percent from the field. 2002–03 Season: Carouthers averaged 2.7 points and 1.5 rebounds a game. He played in all 30 games acquiring 14.1 minutes per game and starting seven. Carouthers scored a career/season-high 10 points at UNLV (01/03/03) (5-of-5 from the field). Has scored in double digits only once against UNLV (01/02/03). Carouthers shot 29-of-80 (.363) from the floor and 3-of-22 (.136) from the arc. At the free-throw line he was 19-of-29 (.655). During the 30 games, he collected seven blocked shots, 21 assists, and 23 steals. Personal: Born: 2/23/84 Major: Fine Arts Quintin is the son of Ralph and Corinthian Carouthers. He has a sister, Corinthian. Coach Fife on Carouthers: “Quintin is as athletically gifted as anyone he will play against. As his skill level continues to improve, Quintin has the potential to help us in big ways.”

Carouthers by the Numbers 3-Point Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA 2002-03 30-7 423/14.1 29-80 .363 3-22 .136 19-29 2003-04 6-5 156/26.0 12-32 .375 1-3 .333 3-6 2004-05 29-29 904/31.2 86-217 .396 13-56 .232 59-78 TOTAL 65-41 1483/22.8 127-329 .386 17-81 .210 81-113


Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast .655 11-33 44 1.5 23-0 21 .500 6-13 19 3.2 6-0 13 .756 45-63 108 3.7 51-0 50 .717 62-109 171 2.6 80-0 84

TO Blk 45 7 11 1 70 16 126 24

Stl Pts/Avg 23 80/2.7 5 28/4.7 23 244/8.4 51 352/5.4


50 Zeljko Egeric 6’9” Sophomore/ Forward Split, Croatia/Life Center Academy 2004–05 Season: Egeric saw action in 11 contests for IPFW in 2004–05. Scored a season/career-high three points twice during the season (1/15/05 vs. Youngstown State, 11/30/04 at UTEP). Pulled down a season/career-high two rebounds at Wyoming on 1/10/05. Before Coming to IPFW: Egeric played forward at the Life Center Academy in Burlington, N.J., for coach Darryl Gladden. Last season with the Warriors, Egeric averaged eight points and seven rebounds a contest, helping Life Center Academy to an overall 22-20 record. Personal: Born: July 12, 1985 Major: Undecided Zeljko is the son of Slobodan and Marija Egeric. He has a brother, Drazen. Coach Fife on Egeric: “Zeljko has made strides since the end of last season. As he gets more comfortable in the post, he will give us another inside scoring threat.” Egeric by the Numbers 3-Point Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2004-05 11-0 38/3.5 2-7 .286 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 Totals 11-0 38/3.5 2-7 .286 1-4 .250 0-0 .000


Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast 1-4 5 0.5 7-0 2 1-4 5 0.5 7-0 2

TO Blk Stl 2 0 0 2 0 0

Pts/Avg 6/0.5 6/0.5

Jakari Johnson

6’4” Freshman/ Guard Grand Rapids, Mich./ Ottawa Hills Before Coming to IPFW: Johnson averaged 22 points, six assists, four steals, and three rebounds per game for the Ottawa Hills Bengals. Johnson, who is a pure shooter with excellent leaping ability and good ball-handling skills, was named to the Class A First Team Associated Press All-State Team. He is also a Grand Rapids Press All-Area Dream Team member. Johnson has been selected First Team All-City three years straight. Personal: Born: July 2, 1987 Major: Undecided Jakari is the son of Adrian Johnson and Dionna Bracey. He has four siblings, Kevin, Ken, Nikeya, and Terrance. Coach Fife on Johnson: “Jakari is a special person. He is always willing to listen and learn. Furthermore, he is a talented player that has a great future.”




DeWitt Scott

6’6” Sophomore/ Forward Chicago, Ill./Maryland Eastern Shore 2004–05 Season: Scott sat out last year to satisfy NCAA transfer regulations. 2003–04 Season: Scott played his freshman season at the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore. He played in 22 of the Fighting Hawks’ 28 games. At forward, he averaged 11 minutes per contest, shooting 37 percent from the floor. Scott averaged 2.5 point per game while grabbing 1.4 rebounds a contest. Before Coming to IPFW: Scott played power forward at Chicago’s Whitney Young High School. He was named All-Red Northwest Conference, All-City Second Team, and IBCA All-State Third Team with the Dolphins. Personal: Born: May 31, 1985 Major: Accounting DeWitt is the son of DeWitt Scott Sr. and Sheila Scott. He has one sister, DeNae Shanks. Coach Fife on Scott: “DeWitt is ready to go after sitting out one season due to transfer rules. We know DeWitt can be an offensive scoring threat, but it is crucial for him to improve defensively.”


D. J. Posley

6’3” Freshman/ Guard Hazle Crest, Ill./ Homewood-Flossmoor Before Coming to IPFW: Posley was an early signee for the Mastodons. He played point guard for head coach Roy Condotti at Homewood Flossmoor High School in Illinois. With the Vikings, Posley was part of a state runner-up team in 2004 and a team that reached the Sweet 16 in 2005. Posley was named Northwest Times pre-season All-Area. Northwest Times All-Area Honorable Mention, and Star Newspaper All-Area Honorable Mention in the Chicago, Ill., area. Personal: Born: Dec. 16, 1986 Major: Business D. J. is the son of the Rev. David W. and Marilyn Posley. He has a brother, Deon. Coach Fife on Posley: “ D. J. comes from a successful high school program. As he continues to develop, he will add some depth at the point guard position.”




Brad Pompey

6’1” Junior/ Guard Elkhart, Ind./ Grand Rapids C. C. 2004–05 Season: Pompey sat out last year to satisfy NCAA transfer regulations. 2003–04 Season: At Grand Rapids Community College, Pompey averaged 8.6 points per game to go along with 3.5 rebounds a contest. As a member of the “W” Conference All-Star Team, Pompey scored 10 points and had two boards in 15 minutes of action. Before Coming to IPFW: Played for Coach Mike Drews at Elkhart Central High School. Named to the NIC All-Conference First-Team his senior season. Pompey was named NIC Honorable Mention in his junior year. Led the Blazers in steals and assists at the point guard position. Personal: Born: Feb. 14, 1984 Major: General Studies Brad is the son of David Pompey and Angie Cole. He has two brothers, Davon and Nathan. Coach Fife on Pompey: “Brad has waited for his opportunity after battling some adversity. He plays with passion and that is something that will help him be a floor leader for us this year.”


Kyle Savely 6’0” Freshman/ Guard Corydon, Ind./

Fork Union Military Academy Before coming to IPFW: Kyle was named First Team All-State by Hoosier Basketball Magazine in 2004, playing at Corydon Central. In his senior year with the Panthers, Savely averaged 26.4 points per game, 4.9 rebounds a contest, and 4.4 assists and 3.9 steals a game. Savely was also named Mid Southern Conference Player of the year in 2003 and 2004. He led the Panthers to a Sectional Championship in ’04, while being named tournament MVP. His shooting percentages in ’04 were outstanding, hitting 61 percent from the field, 34.5 percent from behind the arc, and 84.3 percent from the foul line. He finished his career as Corydon’s All-Time leading scorer with 1,519 points. Savely spent last season playing at Fork Union Military Academy. Personal: Born: March 21, 1986 Major: Undecided Kyle is the son of Leroy and Laura Savely. He has a twin brother, Kurt, and two sisters, Mindy and Natalie. Coach Fife on Savely: “Kyle was good coming out of high school, but I really think he developed his game with one year at prep school. He is now ready to compete at the Division I level.” 24



Andy Stroud

6’0” Freshman/ Guard Martinsville, Ind./ Martinsville Before Coming to IPFW: Stroud played the three-guard position for Head Coach Tim Wolf at Martinsville High School. In 2005, Stroud was selected All-Conference Indiana. He was also tabbed as an All-Sectional performer in 2005. He led the Artesians in scoring and three-point shooting percentage. Named The Reporter Times Player of the week three times. Personal: Born: Dec. 3, 1986 Major: Education Andrew is the son of Larry and Becky Stroud. He has one sister, Amy. Coach Fife on Stroud: “There is no doubt Andy can shoot the basketball. Once he develops the other areas of his game, he will be a well-rounded player.”

30 Brandon Schumm 6’4” Freshman/ Forward Bluffton, Ind./ Southern Wells Before Coming to IPFW: Schumm played for Head Coach Brad Kauffman at Southern Wells High School. He was named honorable mention All-Allen County Athletic Conference during his sophomore season. Was selected as an All-ACAC Conference member during his junior and senior seasons with the Raiders. A stellar performer in the classroom as well, Schumm was part of the ACAC All-Academic team in ’04-’05 and was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born: Jan. 14, 1987 Major: Mechanical Engineering Brandon is the son of Mike and Kay Schumm. He has two sisters, Ashley and Megan. Coach Fife on Schumm: “Brandon was successful at Southern Wells, and since he is from the Fort Wayne area, we jumped on the opportunity to keep him close to home.”




Tyler Best

6’9” Junior/ Forward Lafayette, Ind./ Paris (Texas) Junior College Before Coming to IPFW: Best helped the Paris (Texas) Junior College Dragons to the 2005 NJCAA title. Described as a “throwback” player with strong fundamentals who understands the game, Best’s size (6’9”/230) will help IPFW’s interior play. A 2002 graduate of Lafayette Central Catholic, Best averaged 16.5 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists per contest for the Knights. He was named All-Hoosier Heartland Conference, was team captain, and led Central Catholic to a 21-6 record, winning four playoff games before falling to the eventual state champion in the regional championship. Best began his college career at UNC-Charlotte (part of UNCC’s top-20 recruiting class). He played in 18 of the 49ers’ 29 games in 2002–03. He averaged just over six minutes a game and a point per contest. Personal: Born: March 28, 1983 Major: Mass Communications Tyler is the son of Ron and Helen Best. He has three brothers, Travis, Trinity, and Trumond. Coach Fife on Best: “Tyler brings experience to a young team. He has tasted success and wants to continue that success here at IPFW.”

34 MohamedEsseghir 6’11” Junior/ Forward-Center Sarasota, Fla./ Hillsborough C.C. Before Coming to IPFW: Esseghir played both the power forward and center spots for Head Coach Derrik Worrels last season at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Fla. Esseghir helped the Hawks to an overall record of 19-13 in 2004–05. As a prep, he played for Coach Phil Helmuth at the IMG Academy, graduating in 2003. He was named the Blazers’ team MVP in both 2002 and 2003. Personal: Born: Jan. 11, 1985. Major: Geography Mohamed is the son of Aicha Esseghir. He has three siblings, Mouni, Faiza, and Ferid. Coach Fife on Esseghir: “Mohamed is our tallest player and he is also very athletic. He will be quicker than many post players that we play against this year.”



42 Warren Wallace 6’3” Freshman/ Forward Indianapolis, Ind./ Lawrence North Before Coming to IPFW: Wallace played for Jack Keefer at Lawrence North in Indianapolis. With the Wildcats, Wallace was part of a squad that won backto-back 4A state titles. Lawrence North became the first team to win consecutive 4A state titles in IHSAA history. It was the Wildcats’ third overall state championship. Personal: Born: Dec. 24, 1985 Major: Undecided Warren is the son of Warren Wallace Sr. and Phoenicia Price. He has six siblings, Dre Welch; Megan, Shannon, and Aaron Latser; and Angel and Terrence Wallace. Coach Fife on Wallace: “Warren played for the best team in Indiana last season. He knows what it takes to win. If Warren continues to develop, he has the chance to be a very good player.”


Armend Ademi

6’9” Sophomore/ Forward Pristina, Kosovo/ Odessa College Before Coming to IPFW: Ademi played last year at Odessa College in Odessa, Texas. That program produced NBA players Craig Ehlo, Larry “Grandma” Johnson, and Moochie Norris. Ademi, who is originally from Pristina, Kosovo, began his collegiate career, redshirting at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock, before transferring to the Wranglers. He played his high school ball in Kent, Ct., for Head Coach Don Gowan at Kent Prep School. Personal: Born: March 1, 1983 Major: Organizational Leadership and Supervision Armend is the son of Ismail and Hajrie Ademi. He has two brothers, Habib and Hashim.

Coach Fife on Ademi: “Armend gives us some added size and strength in the post. He will make plays on the floor because he works hard both offensively and defensively.”



15 Demetrius Johnson 6’4” Junior/ Guard Cleveland, Ohio/ Kent State `

Johnson is a transfer from Kent State University and will have to sit out the ’05–’06 season under NCAA rules.

Before Coming to IPFW: At Kent State, Johnson played in 19 games for the Golden Flashes last season, starting one. Johnson averaged 2.0 ppg and 1.45 rebounds a contest. At Warrensville Heights High School, Johnson averaged 34.1 points and nine rebounds a game. He led the state in scoring his senior season. He also averaged 21.1 points and 11 boards his junior season. He helped Warrensville to a state championship in 2000, a runner-up position in 2001, and three district championships. Personal: Born: Feb. 5, 1984 Major: General Studies Demetrius is the son of William and Narbell Johnson. He has four siblings, Sonny, Juby, Celina, and Charity. Coach Fife on Johnson: “Demetrius knows how to compete, and he knows how to score. He adds Division I game experience to a young roster.”


Kevin Nelson

6’3” Senior/ Guard Southfield, Mich./ Central Michigan Nelson is a transfer from Central Michigan and will have to sit out the ’05-’06 season under NCAA rules. 2004–05 Season: With the Chippewas, Nelson averaged 17.0 points and 2.9 rebounds a contest. He has hit 153 three pointers in the past two seasons, and was 16th in the nation in ’05 with an average of 3.12 triples a contest. Voted team Most Valuable Player. 2003–04 Season: Drained 75 three-pointers, third most is CMU singleseason history. Ranked third in the MAC with 2.50 triples per game and eighth in three-point percentage (.389). Scored a career-high 27 points twice, 2/21/04 vs. Evansville and 3/6/04 vs. Ball State. Personal: Born: July 22, 1984 Major: General Studies Kevin is the son of Rex K. and Marcetta Nelson. Coach Fife on Nelson: “We are fortunate to have a player of Kevin’s caliber in our program. He will be a crucial part of next year’s team and, in the meantime, he will challenge everyone around him to get better each day in practice.”



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IPFW Athletics gratefully acknowledges the support and enthusiasm of the members of the Royal Dons Club. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Adelman Kimberly Aguirre Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Alger Bertha Alwine Mr. and Mrs. John Atz Lisa Aurand Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Aurand Charles Aurich Edward Baatz Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Baden Dennis Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ball Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Balthaser Dr. and Mrs. Tom Banas Bill Banks Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnett Prof. and Mrs. Robert Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bartholow Wayne Barton Daniel Bates Gerry Baughman Dave Bear Dr. and Mrs. Lowell Beinke Mr. and Mrs. John Bellio Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bengs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benhower Carl Bennett Ronald Bennett Mr. and Mrs. David Bere Dick Bergman Bryan Bernstein Ojars Berzins Mr. and Mrs. Don Bieberich Gail Black Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Blanton Mr. and Mrs. Mark Blessing Commissioner Linda Bloom Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blume Mr. and Mrs. David Bobilya Joe Bockerstette Phil Bodine Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Bolas Jennifer Bosk Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bowser Mr. and Mrs. Jon Bragalone Mr. and Mrs. Walt Branson Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brant Herbert Brautzsch David Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brewer Mark Briney Mr. and Mrs. Andy Brooks Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Eifert Mr. and Mrs. Michael Eikenberry Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Rob Ellis Michael Engels Mr. and Mrs. Michael Erler John Espy Jerry Faber Mr. and Mrs. Gale Fansler Patrick Favuzzo Charlotte Feller Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fiandt Dane Fife Tom Figel Mr. and Mrs. Tom Filus Dr. Art Finco Mr. and Mrs. Craig Finlayson Dave Flandt Russ Flueckiger Lee Fluekiger Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fogt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Foley Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fosnaugh Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fox Dean Franke Dr. James Frey Dr. Arthur Friedel Mr. and Mrs. David Friedrich Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frisch Sara Gabbard Mark Gabrek Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gaff Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Gallahan Mr. and Mrs. Doug Ganger Gary Gardnor Thomas Garman Candice Garwood Rae Gates Brian Geeting Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gephart Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gephart John Gerni Nicolle Geyer Steve Gibson Dr. and Mrs. Brent Gimlich Mr. and Mrs. Greg Goeglein Kevin Gould Mr. and Mrs. Larry Graham Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Graves Nicholas Gray Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Green Mr. and Mrs. William Grepke Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Grote Ronald Grove Edna Grumbine

Abbey Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brown Mr. and Mrs. Kent Brown Patrick Bruggeman Daniel Buchan Tammy Budzinski Mark Bulman Sheila Burger Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burt Steve Burton Keith Busse Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Byall Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Byers Jill Byus Billie Casper Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ceruti Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chase Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chiddister Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chrzan Mr. and Mrs. Terry Clancy Denise Clark Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Clelland Mr. and Mrs. Michael Coil Kim Colby Deborah Conklin Mr. and Mrs. Michael Connolly Mr. and Mrs. David Cornwell Jim Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. Dan Coyle Harry Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Croy Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crumback Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dahm Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dahm Mr. and Mrs. David Davis Ann Davis Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis Wayne Dawson Tony Dee Mr. and Mrs. Roger Delagrange Eugene Dellinger Roger Diehm Richard Dinus Denise Dion Richard Doermer Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dougal Prof. and Mrs. Carl Drummond Mr. and Mrs. Ron Dull Randy Dunbar Jonathan Dutton Dennis Dykhuizen Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Mike Eid


Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gschwind Lisa Guyll Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall Joseph Hammons Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hanauer Rita Hankey Mr. and Mrs. David Harkless Rick Harris Mr. and Mrs. David Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hayhurst Mr. and Mrs. Tim Heffron Charlie Heintzelman Matthew Heller Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Henry Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Henry Bill Hensley Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Herendeen Mark Hesterman Dr. and Mrs. Richard Hill Anita Hille Thomas Hoff Therese Hoff Mr. and Mrs. David Hopper Mr. and Mrs. Kent Hormann Mr. and Mrs. Phil Houk Mr. and Mrs. Larry Howland Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hutter Joseph Hyndman Kevin Ingle Julie Inskeep Mr. and Mrs. Richard Inskeep Commissioner Marla and Jerry Irving Carol Issacs Dr. and Mrs. Eric Jenkison Dr. and Mrs. Bob Jesse Mr. and Mrs. Eric Johnson Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Sadruddin Kamdar Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kaough Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Karst Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kaufman Bob Kenley Michael Khorshid Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kimbrough Mr. and Mrs. Brad Kimmel Rita Kinnell Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Koos Brand Korn Todd Kovara Robert Kratzert 2005–2006 IPFW MASTODONS

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Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morlan Nan Morrow Gene Moser Dale Mosier John Mozzone Keith Mulenkamp Dr. Edna Neal Edward Neufer Dr. J. Cameron Newby Mr. Dwayne Newcom Mr. and Mrs. Tom Niezer Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nigro Mr. and Mrs. John Nigro Jim Nill Mr. and Mrs. Matt Nixon Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nobel Sherri Noll Mark Norden Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Norton Lani Norton Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O’Connell H. John Okeson Mr. and Mrs. Howard Olry Greg O’Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Tim Osborne Mr. Ben Ottenweller Mr. Michael Ottenweller Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ours Dr. and Mrs. James Owen Camilla Owen Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Oyer Mr. David Oyer Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Oyler David Parish Mr. and Mrs. Mac Parker Mr. and Mrs. Rick Pasquali Mr. and Mrs. Chris Paul Helen Pearson Professor and Mrs. Albino Perez Commissioner Nelson Peters Mr. Donald Pierce Mr. Steven Plummer Mr. and Mrs. Roger Poitras Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pope Dr. Thomas Prather Mr. and Mrs. Tim Price Mr. and Mrs. Tony Primack II Dr. and Mrs. John Pritchard Mr. and Mrs. Gary Probst Mr. Russell Rang Mr. and Mrs. Al Reibe Mr. and Mrs. Don Rhodenbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rictdorf Chrisoula Rifkin Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rossman Mr. and Mrs. Mac Routen Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rowland Mr. and Mrs. Joesph Ruffolo Mr. Richard Runion Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sallaz Mr. and Mrs. Rick Samek Mr. and Mrs. John Sampson Steve Santilli Rhonda Sauder Mr. and Mrs. Garry Schaff Ronald Scharfe Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scheele Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schenkel Mr. and Mrs. Josh Scheumann Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Scheurich Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schindler Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schlegel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schoff Charlotte Schultz Robert Schutte Amos Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. David Scott Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Shaheen Carol Shedd Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sheldon Tracy Shellabarger Debra Sherer Mr. and Mrs. James Sherron Mr. and Mrs. Perry Shilts Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shoaff Jay Shumaker Mr. and Mrs. John Shumlas Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Silknitter Gary Sink Dr. and Mrs. Doc Skelton Mr. and Mrs. David Skowronek Kevin Smith Mr. and Mrs. Tim Smith Mr. Kurt Snouffer Leonard Snyder Terry Snyder Mark Spade Mr. and Mrs. Greg Spahiev Tom Spiece Mr. and Mrs. Kim Stahlhut Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Stairs Pete Staurettis James Stein Larry Stekly Bob Stemmler Dr. and Mrs. Chad Stephens Steve Stewart Judi Stinson Brad Stinson

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Michael A. Wartell


chancellor Academician and scientist Michael A. Wartell came to IPFW as vice chancellor for academic affairs and chemistry professor in 1993. On July 1, 1994, Wartell was installed as chancellor. His prior experience includes positions at Sandia Laboratories in Albuquerque, N.M.; Humboldt State University in Arcata, Calif.; and James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.


He received a B.S. in chemistry from the University of New Mexico and both an M.S. and Ph.D. from Yale University in physical chemistry. Wartell currently serves on the U.S. Army Science Board and has worked on such projects as chemical warfare, manpower and logistics, and decontamination. He also serves on the Defense Science Board and chairs the Defense Intelligence Agency Science and Technology Advisory Board. Wartell stays involved in the Fort Wayne community by serving on the Board of Directors of the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce, Corporate Council, Leadership Fort Wayne, and Fort Wayne Philharmonic.

Mark Pope director of athletics Mark Pope was named IPFW’s director of athletics in July 2001 as the university was transitioning from NCAA Division II to Division I. That transition was completed Sept. 1, 2002, as IPFW earned NCAA Division I certification — on schedule and on budget. Since that initial year, Pope has set about transforming IPFW Athletics into a program worthy of the name “Division I.” Among his accomplishments are the following: ▼ The annual IPFW Soccer Showcase was reorganized, drawing 11,500 fans in 2003 and 15,000 fans in 2004. ▼ Men’s basketball attendance increased tenfold from 2000, including the highest percentage increase of all Division I institutions in 2003. ▼ Women’s volleyball attendance tripled from 2002 to 2003. ▼ Men’s volleyball attendance was ranked third nationally in 2004. ▼ Contributions to Athletics have increased by 50 percent from 2001 to 2003. ▼ The Gates Sports Center and baseball field have undergone significant renovations. ▼ Men’s and women’s golf were added as sponsored sports. ▼ In cooperation with IPFW Alumni Relations and the Indiana Purdue Student Government Association, IPFW’s Homecoming tradition was created. ▼ The IPFW Stomp Band was organized. With these successes, Pope has continued to focus on the student component of the IPFW student-athlete. Last year Pope’s departmental goal of a 3.0 grade-point average (GPA) was realized, as IPFW student-athletes achieved a 3.01 GPA. The IPFW softball, tennis, cross country, and track teams have earned All-Academic honors from their respective associations. IPFW Athletics graduates its student-athletes at a rate that is double that of the IPFW all-campus rate. Pope has a B.A. from Purdue University and a J.D. from Indiana University. He has been a member of the bar of the State of Indiana for 27 years. Pope and his wife, Julie, are the proud parents of two sons, Brent and Brad.



IPFW at a glance


one university. two great names.

The university offers more than 185 degree options for undergraduate and graduate programs taught by distinguished professors. It’s not unusual to turn on a television documentary and see a member of IPFW’s faculty as the “resident expert” on topics ranging from dinosaurs to Middle East politics. TM

As northeast Indiana’s premier public university, IPFW is committed to enhancing access to personalized, high-quality learning.

IPFW continues to grow, both in number of students and in facilities. The addition of more than a dozen soccer fields across the St. Joseph River from the main campus has greatly increased athletic opportunities for students as well as members of the community. IPFW now has Student Housing, offering a more traditional university experience to students. Plans for a new music building and medical education building are in the works. IPFW’s academic organization is made up of 10 major units, which include the colleges of Business and Management Sciences; Education; Health Sciences; Arts and Sciences; Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science; and Visual and Performing Arts. It also includes the divisions of Continuing Studies, Labor Studies, Public and Environmental Affairs, and Organizational Leadership and Supervision. There are more than 90 student organizations on IPFW’s campus. Groups include departmental organizations, honorary societies, religious organizations, social Greek fraternities and sororities, and special-interest groups. There are also several intramural sports. IPFW receives its accreditation from The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. 34


Fort Wayne history of the summit city Fort Wayne began as an outpost on the western frontier more than 200 years ago. It gained its nickname, the “Summit City,” by being the highest place between the Maumee River and Wabash River basins.

Now with a population in excess of 200,000 people, it is the second largest city in Indiana. As such, it offers citizenry a wide variety of things to do, see, and appreciate. For the sports minded, there are three professional teams based here: United Hockey League’s Fort Wayne Komets, Midwest League’s Single A Baseball Fort Wayne Wizards (whose parent club is the San Diego Padres), and United Indoor Football Association’s Fort Wayne Freedom. Fort Wayne holds several places in sports history. It is the birthplace of the National Basketball Association and the home of the Daisies, one of five teams in the first professional women’s baseball league. Fort Wayne also has the honor of holding the first night baseball game under lights. For those interested in the performing arts, the Summit City offers venues such as the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Fort Wayne Ballet, Civic Theatre, Artlink, Fort Wayne Dance Collective, and Fort Wayne Youtheatre.

…with a population in excess of 200,000 people, it is the second largest city in Indiana.

Some little known trivia about Fort Wayne: the inventor of television, Philo T. Farnsworth, was born here as was fashion designer Bill Blass. Fort Wayne is the home of the washing machine, baking powder, parking meters, magnetic wire, streetlights, and gas pumps.

Photo courtesy Fort Wayne/Allen County Convention and Visitors Bureau





2004–05 Game-by-Game Results 2004–05 IPFW Season Schedule/Results & Leaders All games RECORD: ALL GAMES........... CONFERENCE.......... NON-CONFERENCE......

OVERALL (7-22) (0-0) (7-22)

HOME (6-5) (0-0) (6-5)

AWAY (0-16) (0-0) (0-16)

NEUTRAL (1-1) (0-0) (1-1)

DATE OPPONENT SCORE HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11/11/04 vs George Mason* L 69-51 (12)BUTLER (9)BUTLER 11/13/04 vs Savannah State* W 71-60 (20)BUTLER (19)BUTLER^ 11/20/04 Grand Valley St. W 61-54 (16)CAROUTHERS (10)BUTLER, CAROUTHERS 11/23/04 at Notre Dame L 73-45 (12)BAUER (5)CAMPBELL, C., BUTLER 11/26/04 AIR FORCE L 58-40 (12)SIMON (5)CAROUTHERS 11/30/04 at UTEP L 67-58 (18)CAMPBELL, P. (8)SIMON 12/04/04 at Morehead State L 64-52 (15)SIMON (9)SIMON 12/07/04 UTAH STATE W 64-59 (16)SIMON (10)SIMON (16)CAMPBELL, P. 12/11/04 TENNESSEE-MARTIN L 63-61 (22)SIMON (14)SIMON 12/18/04 at Butler L 73-39 (14)SIMON (7)BUTLER 12/21/04 at Bowling Green L 86-70 (22)MALONE, J. (7)SIMON 12/23/04 MAINE L 67-64 OT (16)SIMON (10)SIMON 12/28/04 at Xavier L 80-74 (19)SIMON (9)SIMON 01/02/05 at Marquette L 91-57 (13)CAROUTHERS (7)BAUER 01/05/05 MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST. L 66-61 (22)BAUER (7)SIMON 01/10/05 at Wyoming L 100-59 (15)CAMPBELL, P. (6)MALONE, J. 01/15/05 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W 79-59 (21)CAMPBELL, P. (8)SIMON, HAWKINS 01/17/05 at Kent State L 81-72 (28)CAMPBELL, P. (10)CAMPBELL, P. 01/22/05 at Utah Valley St. L 74-57 (17)SIMON (7)HAWKINS 01/25/05 at Weber State L 60-47 (17)SIMON (6)CAROUTHERS 01/31/05 at Texas Pan-AM L 83-74 (24)SIMON (16)SIMON 02/02/05 at TAMUCC L 76-61 (15)SIMON (4)MALONE, B., BAUER 02/06/05 at Eastern Michigan L 74-54 (19)SIMON (7)BAUER 02/10/05 NORTHERN COLORADO W 71-63 (27)SIMON (8)SIMON 02/16/05 at St. Louis L 78-56 (15)SIMON (8)SIMON 02/21/05 TAMUCC W 77-69 (21)BAUER (8)SIMON 02/23/05 at Valparaiso L 74-72 OT (26)SIMON (8)SIMON 02/27/05 TEXAS PAN-AM W 66-49 (19)SIMON (9)SIMON 03/05/05 UTAH VALLEY ST. L 76-66 (18)SIMON (9)SIMON, CAMPBELL, P.

* - Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament, Memphis, Tennessee-FedEx Forum ^ - Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament Record for most rebounds in a game.



2004–05 Season Box 2004–05 IPFW Individual Stats All games


OVERALL (7-22) (0-0) (7-22)

HOME (6-5) (0-0) (6-5)

AWAY (0-16) (0-0) (0-16)

NEUTRAL (1-1) (0-0) (1-1)

## Player 55 SIMON, D

|---TOTAL---| GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 25-23 802-32.1 157-300 .523

|---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 1-13 .077 100-158 .633 59 114 173 6.9 86 3 50 65 48 20 415




110-260 .423



27-33 .818 25 74 99


28-28 902-32.2

97-297 .327



05 CAROUTHERS, Q 29-29 904-31.2

86-217 .396





68-150 .453





Avg. 16.6

3.5 38 0




13 312


43-65 .662 34 66

100 3.6 83 7




35 290



59-78 .756 45 63

108 3.7 51 0




23 244




25-45 .556 50 83

133 5.3 74 3




25 162


31-95 .326



33-59 .559 13 40


2.3 49 0




26 113


29-17 675-23.3

41-92 .446



14-22 .636 34 63


3.3 54 0








28-14 552-19.7

32-88 .364



18-30 .600 3



1.6 35 1




19 100





8-33 .242

1-1 1.000

2-7 .286 14 14


1.3 23 0










5-10 .500



3-6 .500 1



0.3 12 0










2-7 .286



1-2 .500 1



0.5 7











0-1 .000



0-0 .000 0



0.3 0









Total.............. Opponents..........

56 53

29 29

SCORE BY PERIODS: IPFW.......................... Opponents..................... DEADBALL REBOUNDS: IPFW.......................... Opponents.....................

5852 5850

637-1550 .411 190-565 731-1571 .465 164-452

109 3.8 0


.336 325-505 .644 335 622 957 33.0 512 14 338 455 106 176 1789 61.7 .363 420-570 .737 304 682 986 34.0 500 - 428 388 77 238 2046 70.6

1st 2nd OT Total 833 943 13 - 1789 978 1050 18 - 2046 OFF DEF TOTAL 72 3 75 63 2 65



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2005–06 Opponents Huntington University


Southeast Missouri State

(Exhib.) Nov. 9, 2005 Fort Wayne, Ind. 7 p.m.

Nov. 19, 2005 Fort Wayne, Ind. 8 p.m.

Nov. 21, 2005 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 7:30 p.m.

Steve Platt General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity: Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistants: MBB Contact:

Alex Kock Huntington, Ind. 980 Mid-Central (NAIA-II) Foresters Green/White Merillat Complex (2,000)

Jim Whitesell General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

Coaching Staff Steve Platt (Huntington, ’70) Head Coach: Ty Platt, Mark Green Assistants: Lori Culler (260-359-4213) MBB Contact:

Team Stats 2004–05 Record Conference Record/Finish

Blake Schilb Chicago, Ill. 13,352 Horizon League Ramblers Maroon/Gold Gentile Center (5,200)

Gary Garner General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

Coaching Staff Jim Whitesell (Luther, ’82) Head Coach: Mark Lovelace, Pat Baldwin, Assistants: Shay Boyle Bill Behrns (773-508-2575) MBB Contact:

Team Stats 22-11 2004–05 Record 12-4/1st Conference Record/Finish

Terrick Willoughby

Cape Girardeau, Mo. 10,292 Ohio Valley Redhawks Red/Black Show Me Center (11,200)

Gary Garner (Missouri, ’65) Ronnie Dean, Robert Guster, Toby Lane Ron Hines (573-651-2294)

Team Stats 13-17 2004–05 Record 8-8/T-4th Conference Record/Finish

15-14 9-7/T-5th

Va l p a r a i s o

Michigan State

To l e d o

Nov. 23, 2005 Fort Wayne, Ind. 7 p.m. Jan. 11, 2006 Valparaiso, Ind. 7:05 p.m.

Nov. 27, 2005 East Lansing, Mich. 1 p.m.

Nov. 30, 2005 Toledo, Ohio 7 p.m.

Dan Oppland Homer Drew General Information Location: Valparaiso, Ind. Enrollment: 4,000 Conference: Mid-Con Nickname: Crusaders Colors: Brown/Gold Arena/Capacity: Athletics-Recreation Center (5,000)

Tom Izzo Paul Davis General Information Location: East Lansing, Mich. Enrollment: 43,836 Conference: Big Ten Nickname: Spartans Colors: Green/White Arena/Capacity: Breslin Student Events Ctr. (14,759)

Stan Joplin Sammy Villegas General Information Location: Toledo, Ohio Enrollment: 18,900 Conference: MAC West Nickname: Rockets Colors: Blue/Gold Arena/Capacity: John F. Savage Hall (9,000)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistants: MBB Contact:

Coaching Staff Homer Drew (William Jewell ’66) Head Coach: Tom Izzo (Northern Michigan ’77) Bryce Drew, Matt Bowen, Assistants: Jim Boylan, Mark Montgomery, Ivan Vujic Dewayne Stevens Andy Viano (219-464-6953) MBB Contact: Matt Larson (517-355-2271)

Team Stats 2004–05 Record Conference Record/Finish

Team Stats 26-7 2004–05 Record 13-3/2nd Conference Record/Finish


Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistants: MBB Contact:

Stan Joplin (Toledo, ’79) Bob Simon, Michael Grant, Nate Touri Steve Easton (419-530-4921)

Team Stats 26-7 2004–05 Record 13-3/2nd Conference Record/Finish

16-13 11-7/T-1st West


2005–06 Opponents Marygrove College

Illinois State

Kent State

Dec. 3, 2005 Fort Wayne, Ind. noon

Dec. 6, 2005 Normal, Ill. 7 p.m.

Dec. 8, 2005 Kent, Ohio 7 p.m.

David Sichterman

David Stephens

General Information Location: Detroit, Mich. Enrollment: 800 Affiliation: U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Nickname: Mustangs Colors: Green/Gold Arena/Capacity: U. of Detroit Jesuit HS (2,500)

Porter Moser General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

Coaching Staff Coaching Staff Head Coach: David Sichterman (W. Michigan, ’91) Head Coach: Assistants: Justin Kinne Assistants: MBB Contact:

Normal, Ill. 19.196 Missouri Valley Redbirds Red/White Redbird Arena (10,200)

Jim Christian

DeAndre Haynes

General Information Location: Kent, Ohio Enrollment: 36,000 Conference: MAC Nickname: Golden Flashes Colors: Blue/Gold Arena/Capacity: Memorial Athletic/Convo.Ctr. (6,327)

Coaching Staff Porter Moser (Creighton, ’90) Head Coach: Jim Christian (Rhode Island, ’88) Chris Jans, Daniyal Robinson, Assistants: Arnette Jordan, Josh Oppenheimer, Brian Barone Rob Senderoff Todd Kober (309-438-3805) MBB Contact: Jeff Schaefer (330-672-8419)

David Sichterman (313-927-1391) MBB Contact:

Team Stats 2004–05 Record Conference Record/Finish

Greg Dilligard

Team Stats 11-20 2004–05 Record N/A Conference Record/Finish

Team Stats 17-13 2004–05 Record 8-10/6th Conference Record/Finish

20-13 11-7/T-2nd East

Notre Dame


We b e r S t a t e

Dec. 18, 2005 Fort Wayne, Ind. 6 p.m.

Dec. 20, 2005 West Lafayette, Ind. 7 p.m.

Dec. 22, 2005 Fort Wayne, Ind. 7 p.m.

Mike Brey General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

Chris Quinn Notre Dame, Ind. 11,479 Big East Fighting Irish Gold/Blue Joyce Center (11,418)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Mike Brey (Geo. Washington ’82) Assistants: Sean Kearney, Lewis Preston, Rod Balanis MBB Contact: Bernadette Caffareli (574-631-7516) Team Stats 2004–05 Record Conference Record/Finish

Matt Painter

Carl Landry

General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity: Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistants: MBB Contact:

West Lafayette, Ind. 38,564 Big Ten Boilermakers Old Gold/Black Mackey Arena (14,123)

Joe Cravens Coric Riggs General Information Location: Ogden, Utah Enrollment: 18,000 Conference: Big Sky Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Royal Purple/White Arena/Capacity: Dee Events Center (12,000)

Coaching Staff Joe Cravens (Texas-Arlington ’77) Matt Painter (Purdue, ’94) Head Coach: Kirk Earlywine, John Stroia, Cuonzo Martin, Paul Lusk, Assistants: Andy Jensen Todd Foster Brad Larsen (801-626-6010) Elliot Bloom (756-494-3196) MBB Contact:

Team Stats 17-12 2004–05 Record 9-7/6th Conference Record/Finish


Team Stats 7-21 2004–05 Record 3-13/10th Conference Record/Finish

14-16 7-7/5th


2005–06 Opponents Penn State

Air Force

Indiana State

Dec. 28, 2005 State College, Pa. 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 31, 2005 Air Force, Colo. 4:05 p.m.

Jan. 2, 2006 Terre Haute, Ind. 7 p.m.

Ed DeChellis

Geary Claxton

General Information Location: State College, Pa. Enrollment: 41,795 Conference: Big Ten Nickname: Nittany Lions Colors: Blue/White Arena/Capacity: Bryce Jordan Center (15,216) Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistants: MBB Contact:

Jeff Bzdelik General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

Coaching Staff Ed DeChellis (Penn State ’82) Head Coach: James Johnson, Kurt Kanaskie, Assistants: Dan Earl Pat Donghia (814-865-1757) MBB Contact:

Team Stats 2004–05 Record Conference Record/Finish

Antoine Hood USAF Academy, Colo. 4,000 Mountain West Falcons Blue/Silver Clune Arena (5,939)

Royce Waltman General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

David Moss Terre Haute, Ind. 11,484 Missouri Valley Sycamores Blue/White Hulman Center (10,200)

Coaching Staff Jeff Bzdelik (UIC ’76) Head Coach: Royce Waltman (Slippery Rock ’64) Dick Bender, Matt Mardis, Larry Mangino, Jeff Reynolds, Assistants: Stan Gouard Derrick Clark, Capt. Rob Pryor Jason Yaman (812-237-4161) Jerry Cross (719-333-3950) MBB Contact:

Team Stats 7-23 2004–05 Record 1-15/11th Conference Record/Finish

Team Stats 18-12 2004–05 Record 9-5/3rd Conference Record/Finish

11-20 5-13/T-9th


Tr i - S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y

Te x a s A & M C o r p u s Christi

Jan. 5, 2006 Fort Wayne, Ind. 7 p.m. Jan. 30, 2006 Farmville, Va. 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 9, 2006 Fort Wayne, Ind. 7 p.m.

Jan. 19, 2006 Corpus Christi, Texas 7 p.m. Feb. 15, 2006 Fort Wayne, Ind. 7 p.m.

Mike Gillian General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity: Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistants: MBB Contact:

Michael Jefferson

Farmville, Va. 4,300 Independent Lancers Blue/White Willett Hall (2,522)

Rob Harmon General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

Coaching Staff Mike Gillian (N. Adams St. ’86) Head Coach: Bill Reinson, Doug Thibault, Assistants: Michael Huger Greg Prouty (434-395-2097) MBB Contact:

Team Stats 2004–05 Record Conference Record/Finish

Micha Williams Angola, Ind. 1,400 MIAA (NCAA D-III) Thunder Blue/White Hershey Hall (4,500)

Ronnie Arrow Aaron White General Information Location: Corpus Christi, Texas Enrollment: 8,500 Conference: Independent Nickname: Islanders Colors: Blue/Green/White Arena/Capacity: American Bank Center (8,500)

Coaching Staff Rob Harmon (Ball State ’91) Head Coach: Doug Jackson Assistants: Donnie Danklefsen Melissa Cope (260-665-4446) MBB Contact:

Team Stats 1-30 2004–05 Record N/A Conference Record/Finish


Ronnie Arrow (SW Texas St. ’69) Andy Helton, Sean Woods, Scott Carter Craig Merriman (361-825-3410)

Team Stats 5-21 2004–05 Record 2-12/8th Conference Record/Finish

20-8 N/A


2005–06 Opponents U T- P a n A m e r i c a n N o r t h D a k o t a S t a t e S o u t h D a k o t a S t a t e Jan. 21, 2006 Edinburg, Texas 1:30 p.m. March 1, 2006 Fort Wayne, Ind. 7:30 p.m.

Derek East

Robert Davenport

General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

Edinburg, Texas 18,000 Independent Broncs Green/Orange/White UTPA Fieldhouse (4,000)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Robert Davenport (Ok. Baptist, ’88) Assistants: Brian Dolan, Greg Wright, Spencer Wright MBB Contact: Joe Monaco (956-381-2261)

Feb. 4, 2006 Fargo, N.D. 7 p.m. Feb. 26, 2006 Fort Wayne, Ind. 3 p.m.

Tim Miles General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

Phil Hahn Fargo, N.D. 12,026 Independent Bison Yellow/Green Bison Sports Arena (6,000)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Tim Miles (University of Mary ’89) Assistants: Todd Koering, Saul Phillips, David Richman MBB Contact: Ryan Perreault (701-231-8331)

Team Stats 12-16 2004–05 Record N/A Conference Record/Finish

Team Stats 2004–05 Record Conference Record/Finish

Feb. 6, 2006 Brookings, S.D. 7 p.m. Feb. 22, 2006 Fort Wayne, Ind. 8 p.m.

Northern Colorado

Feb. 11, 2006 Evanston, Ill. noon

Feb. 20, 2006 Greeley, Colo. 7 p.m.

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistants: MBB Contact:

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistants: MBB Contact:

Ben Beran Brookings, S.D. 10,945 Independent Jackrabbits Yellow/Blue Frost Arena (8,000)

Scott Nagy (Delta State ’88) Troy Larson, Matt Wilber, Deryl Cunningham Ron Lenz (605-688-4623)

Team Stats 16-12 2004–05 Record N/A Conference Record/Finish


Bill Carmody General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

Scott Nagy General Information Location: Enrollment: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Arena/Capacity:

10-18 N/A

Kirk Archibeque Vedran Vukusic Craig Rasmuson General Information Evanston, Ill. Location: Greeley, Colo. 7,700 Enrollment: 12,300 Big Ten Conference: Independent/Big Sky (2006) Wildcats Nickname: Bears Purple/White Colors: Blue/Gold Welsh-Ryan Arena (8,117) Arena/Capacity: Butler-Hancock Hall (4,500)

Coaching Staff Bill Carmody (Union, ’75) Head Coach: Paul Lee, Craig Robinson, Assistants: Mitch Henderson Adam Widman (847-491-7503) MBB Contact:

Team Stats 2004–05 Record Conference Record/Finish

Craig Rasmuson (Ashland, ’90) Brian Hancock, Richard Reed, Billy Hix Kyle Schwartz (970-351-2522)

Team Stats 15-16 2004–05 Record 6-10/8th Conference Record/Finish


8-21 N/A 2005–2006 IPFW MASTODONS



I P F W A l l - Ti m e R e c o r d s Points Career: 1,765 Season: 672 Game: 41

Field Goals Career: 608 Season: 279 Game: 16

Sean Gibson (1989–93) Bruce Roland (1987–88) Bruce Roland (vs. Southern Indiana, 1987–88)

Bruce Roland (1986–89) Bruce Roland (1987–88) Lan Bullard (vs. Huntington, 1993–94)

Field Goals Attempted Career: 1,277 Bruce Roland (1986–89) Season: 527 Bruce Roland (1987–88) Game: 31 Bruce Roland (vs. Ky. Wesleyan, 1987–88) Field-Goal Percentage Career: .646 John Hohnstreiter (1989–93) Season: .703 Lloyd Sergent (1988–89) Game: 1.000 Greg Davis/10-10 (vs. St.Francis, 1988–89) Three-Point Field Goals Career: 246 Nick Wise (1999–2001) Season: 98 Nick Wise (2001–02) Game: 10 Duane Shears (vs. Indianapolis, 1991–92) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Career: 325 Steve Bard (1987–89) Season: 164 Steve Bard (1987–88) Game: 15 Eric Wilson (vs. Ashland, 1986–87) Three-Point Field Goals Percentage Career: .442 Mike Pitman (1989–91) Season: .507 K. C. Runyan (1995–96) Game: 1.000 Steve Bard/4-4 (vs. Abilene Christ 1987–88) Eric Wilson/4-4 (vs. St. Francis, 1986–87) Jeff Smithey/4-4 (vs. N. Kentucky, 1992–93) Free Throws Career: 557 Season: 208 Game: 16

Blocked Shots Career: 113 Season: 54 Game: 6

Steals Career:






Sean Gibson (1989–93) Sean Gibson (1992–93) John Hohnstreiter (vs. Indianapolis, 1990–91)

Doug Reincke (1989–93) David Simon (2003–04) Doug Reincke (vs. N. Kentucky, 1990–91)

Lawrence Jordan (1986, 88–90) Lawrence Jordan (1989–90) Bruce Roland (vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 1987–88)

Free Throws Attempted Career: 799 Sean Gibson (1989–93) Season: 293 Sean Gibson (1992–93) Game: 19 John Hohnstreiter (vs. Indianapolis, 1990–91) Sean Gibson (vs. Bellarmine, 1992–93) Free-Throw Percentage Career: .868 Steve Bard (1987–89) Season: .889 Eric Vaughn (1991–92) Game: 1.000 Bruce Roland/15-15 (vs. So. Indiana, 1987–88) Sean Gibson/9-9 (vs. St. Francis, 1992–93) Rebounds Career: 965 Season: 279 Game: 18 Assists Career:






Sean Gibson Sean Gibson Sean Gibson David Simon

(1989–93) (1992–93) (two times) (2003-04)

Lawrence Jordan (1986, 88–90) Lawrence Jordan (1989–90) Russ Marcinek (vs. IUPUI, 1993–94)

TEAM SEASON HIGHS Wins: Winning Percentage:. Points: Field Goals: Field Goal Percentage: 3-Point Field Goals: 3-Point FG Attempted: 3-Point FG Percentage: Free Throws: Free Throws Attempted: Free-Throw Percentage: Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots:

23 793 2,543 950 .526 230 640 .432 538 790 .724 1,107 598 377 106

(1992–93) (1992–93) (1989–90) (1988–89) (1992–93) (2001–02) (2001–02) (1991–90) (1992–93) (1992–93) (1987–88) (1990–91) (1988–89) (1989–90) (2004–05)

COACHES RECORDS Year Coach Win Loss 1973–74 George Wehrmeister 5 21 1974–75 Gene Hany 12 12 1975–76 Gordon Stauffer 15 12 1976–77 Gordon Stauffer 8 19 1977–78 Gordon Stauffer 8 16 1978–79 Gordon Stauffer 6 21 1979–80 Ken Workman 4 20 1980–81 Ken Workman 9 17 1981–82 Ken Workman 2 24 1982–83 Tim Russell 16 12 1983–84 Tim Russell 18 10 1984–85 Tim Russell 16 11 1985–86 Tim Russell 8 20 1986–87 Tim Russell 9 19 1987–88 Andy Piazza 15 13 1988–89 Andy Piazza 21 7 1989–90 Andy Piazza 20 8 1990–91 Andy Piazza 16 12 1991–92 Andy Piazza 21 7 1992–93 Andy Piazza 23 6 1993–94 Andy Piazza 8 19 1994–95 Andy Piazza 10 17 1995–96 Andy Piazza 8 19 1996–97 Jon Williams 12 15 1997–98 Jon Williams 10 17 1998–99 Jon Williams 10 17 1999–00 Doug Noll 11 16 2000–01 Doug Noll 7 23 2001–02 Doug Noll 7 21 2002–03 Doug Noll 9 21 2003–04 Doug Noll 3 25 2004–05 Doug Noll 3 13 2004–05 Joe Pechota 4 9 Totals 354 519

Pct. .192 .500 .555 .296 .333 .222 .167 .346 .077 .571 .643 .593 .286 .321 .536 .750 .714 .571 .750 .793 .296 .370 .296 .444 .370 .370 .407 .233 .250 .300 .107 .115 .307 .402

GAME HIGHS Points: 138 vs. Madonna 1993–94 Field Goals: 53 vs. Madonna 1993–94 FG Attempts: 106 vs. Madonna 1993–94 FG %: .688 vs. So. Indiana 1988–90 3-Point FGs: 17 vs. Indianapolis 1991–92 3-Point FG Attmpts: 34 vs. Madonna 1993–94 3-Point FG %: .750 vs. Gr. Valley St. 1986–87 .750 vs. No. Kentucky 1988–89 Free Throws: 35 vs. Ky. Wesleyan 1992–93 FT Attempts: 48 vs. Ky. Wesleyan 1992–93 FT %: 1.000 vs. Ky. Wesleyan 1992–93 Rebounds: 67 vs.Madonna 1993–94 Assists: 40 vs. Madonna, 1993–94 Steals: 23 vs. St. Francis 1989–90 Blocked Shots: 10 vs. Huntington 1993–94

IPFW All-Time Leading Scorer Sean Gibson 48


I P F W A l l - Ti m e R e c o r d s Individual Career Records POINTS Name Years 1. Sean Gibson 1989–93 2. Bruce Roland 1986–89 3. Nick Wise 1999–02 4. David Simon 2002–05 5. Steve Bard 1987–89 6. Dic Ivy 1984–88 7. Brad Noll 1999–03 8. Lawrence Jordan 1986, 88–89 9. Adam Moore 1996–99 10. Jim Morlan 1984–87

Points 1,765 1,485 1,450 1,237 1,078 1,076 1,015 977 968 909

REBOUNDS Name 1. Sean Gibson 2. David Simon 3. Jim Morlan 4. Dic Ivy 5. Bruce Roland 6. Dane Adams 7. Jim Kessenich 8. Adam Moore 9. Rob Henderson 10. Doug Reincke

Years 1989–93 2002–05 1984–87 1984–88 1986–89 1995–98 2000–04 1996–99 1982–84 1989–93

Reb. 965 623 606 502 495 469 412 392 371 346



Name 1. John Hohnstreiter 2. Kyle Kirby 3. Lloyd Sergent 4. Sean Gibson 5. Scott Burkhardt 6. Ryan Bond 7. Tony Martin 8. Doug Reincke 9. David Simon 10. Andre Walton

Name 1. Bruce Roland 2. Sean Gibson 3. Nick Wise 4. Jim Morlan 5. Steve Bard 6. Jeff Fullove 7. Lawrence Jordan 8. Mark Cook 9. Dic Ivy 10. Jim Kessenich

Years 1989–93 1995–97 1988–90 1989–93 1989–91 1994–97 1990–93 1989–93 2002–05 1991–93

PCT .646 .632 .619 .607 .601 .597 .592 .578 .561 .558

FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE Name 1. Steve Bard 2. Eric Vaughn 3. Peter Campbell 4. Adam Moore 5. Scott Simmons 6. Ric Wyand 7. Mark Cook 8. Shane Gibson 9. Dic Ivy 10. K.C. Runyan

Years 1987–89 1989–92 2004–05 1996–99 1992–94 2001–04 1983–85 1991–94 1984–88 1992–95

PCT .868 .857 .818 .803 .801 .798 .797 .773 .764 .762

Years 1986–89 1989–93 1999–01 1984–87 1987–89 1983–85 1986,88–90 1983–85 1984–88 2000–04

FG 608 588 503 394 383 374 368 339 323 316

FREE THROWS Name Years 1. Sean Gibson 1989–93 2. David Simon 2002–05 3. Bruce Roland 1986–89 4. Dic Ivy 1984–88 5. Brad Noll 1999–03 6. Mark Cook 1983–85 7. Nick Wise 1999–01 8. Lawrence Jordan 1986,88–90 9. DeAngelo Woodall 1999–03 10. Steve Bard 1987–89

FT 557 320 245 243 230 200 198 190 179 171

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ASSISTS Name 1. Lawrence Jordan 2. Randy Spicer 3. DeAngelo Woodall 4. Andre Walton 5. Russ Marcinek 6. Brad Noll 7. Sean Gibson 8. Jeff Jackson 9. Jeff Smithey 10. Jason Werling

Years 1986, 88–90 1997–00 1999–03 1991–93 1992–95 1999–03 1989–93 1994–97 1990–94 1995–97

Ast 913 433 401 306 295 283 248 242 241 233

3-FG 246 161 145 141 119 115 114 114 102 102


STEALS Name 1. Lawrence Jordan 2. DeAngelo Woodall 3. Bruce Roland 4. Randy Spicer 5. Sean Gibson 6. Brad Noll 7. Dic Ivy 8. Clarence Rich 9. Mark Cook 10. Andre Walton

Name Years 1. Nick Wise 1999–02 2. Brad Noll 1999–03 3. DeAngelo Woodall 1999–03 4. Steve Bard 1987–89 5. Shane Gibson 1991–94 6. Terry Collins 2001–04 7. Jeff Smithey 1990–94 7. Ryan Glidden 1994–96 8. Clarence Rich 1990–92 8. Mike Pitman 1989–91

Years 1986, 88–90 1999–03 1986–89 1997–00 1989–93 1999–03 1984–88 1990–92 1983–85 1991–93

Stl 324 213 210 149 137 112 107 90 84 81

Name Years 1. David Simon 2002–05 2. Doug Reincke 1989–93 3. Sean Gibson 1989–93 4. Bruce Erwin 1985–87 5. Jim Kessenich 2000–04 6. Lloyd Sergent 1988–90 7. Jeff Fullove 1983–85 8. Mark Cook 1983–85 9. Jermaine Williams 1993–94 10. Bruce Roland 1986–89

BLK 141 113 105 75 53 50 40 38 33 32

IPFW All-Time Leading Shot Blocker David Simon 49


I P F W D i v i s i o n I A l l - Ti m e R e s u l t s 2001–2002 Record: 7-21 Head Coach: Doug Noll 11/16 11/21 11/24 11/26 11/30 12/01 12/04 12/06 12/09 12/17 12/20 12/22 12/27 12/28 01/02 01/08 01/15 01/19 01/28 01/31 02/02 02/04 02/09 02/12 02/14 02/19 02/23 02/26


73-82 L 60-69 L 62-75 L 80-82 L 68-81 L 65-73 L 62-91 L 89-113 L 111-100 W 65-62 W 71-92 L 59-63 L 59-84 L 70-105 L 72-90 L 79-62 W 96-100 LOT 80-99 L 77-71 W 80-90 L 81-85 L 81-60 W 66-77 L 60-82 L 94-77 W 88-86 WOT 71-78 L 66-81 L

2002–2003 Record: 9-21 Head Coach: Doug Noll 11/16 11/18 11/19 11/22 11/26 11/30 12/02 12/06 12/10 12/12 12/14 12/20 12/28 12/30 01/02 01/07 01/11 01/14 01/21 01/25 01/28 02/01 02/03 02/08 02/12

Colorado State Cleveland State Florida Atlantic Butler Oakland Eastern Kentucky Lipscomb Bisons New Mexico AQUINAS Wyoming Nebraska OKLAHOMA ST. UC Irvine SAN DIEGO ST. UNLV IUPUI Utah Morehead State Chicago State LOYOLA Middle Tennessee UT-PAN AMERICAN TAMUCC Youngstown St Centenary

62-80 L 71-78 L 86-93 LOT 53-69 L 68-95 L 76-69 W 79-73 W 66-91 L 78-84 L 62-73 L 46-63 L 71-78 L 79-96 L 58-74 L 62-74 L 86-80 WOT 59-76 L 73-86 L 67-63 W 71-80 L 52-71 L 54-59 L 70-68 W 65-63 W 61-76 L

02/15 02/18 02/20 02/22 02/25


64-85 90-76 75-71 84-61 67-92


2003–2004 Record: 3-25 Head Coach: Doug Noll 11/21 11/25 11/29 12/01 12/05 12/06 12/10 12/13 12/20 12/21 12/28 12/30 01/03 01/06 01/09 01/14 01/17 01/19 01/28 01/31 02/04 02/07 02/11 02/14 02/17 02/25 02/28 03/03

TOLEDO KENT STATE Oregon State Washington State Iowa State Arkansas-Little Rock BOWLING GREEN MOREHEAD STATE Purdue Miami (Ohio) West Virginia University of Miami SEMO Middle Tennessee Air Force Western Michigan TAMUCC TRI-STATE UT-Pan American Youngstown State BUTLER UT-PAN AMERICAN IUPUI Wright State FLORIDA GULF COAST Oakland Valparaiso IUPUI

53-71 L 66-67 L 55-57 L 46-66 L 51-78 L 57-69 L 81-75 W 78-75 W 69-80 L 52-63 L 63-76 L 52-75 L 75-77 L 65-72 L 44-64 L 48-77 L 73-77 L 93-81 W 60-81 L 61-71 L 55-72 L 55-57 L 59-81 L 64-66 L 58-61 L 77-88 L 61-83 L 65-68 L

2004–2005 Record: 7-22 Head Coach: Joe Pechota (4-9) 01/15 01/17 01/22 01/25 01/31 02/02 02/06 02/10 02/16 02/21 02/23 02/27 03/05

YOUNGSTOWN STATE Kent State Utah Valley State Weber State UT-Pan American TAMUCC Eastern Michigan NORTHERN COLORADO Saint Louis TAMUCC Valparaiso UT-PAN AMERICAN UTAH VALLEY STATE

79-59 W 72-81 L 57-74 L 47-60 L 74-83 L 61-76 L 54-74 L 71-63 W 66-78 L 77-69 W 72-74 LOT 66-49 W 66-76 L

2005–2006 Record: TBD Head Coach: Dane Fife

2004–2005 Record: 7-22 Head Coach: Doug Noll (3-13) 11/11 11/13 11/20 11/23 11/26 11/30 12/04 12/07 12/11 12/18 12/21 12/23 12/28 01/02 01/05 01/10

George Mason Savannah State GRAND VALLEY ST. Notre Dame AIR FORCE UTEP Morehead State UTAH STATE UT-MARTIN Butler Bowling Green MAINE Xavier Marquette MIDDLE TENNESSEE Wyoming


51-69 L 71-60 W 61-54 W 45-73 L 40-58 L 58-67 L 52-64 L 64-59 W 61-63 L 39-73 L 70-86 L 64-67 LOT 74-80 L 57-91 L 61-66 L 59-100 L




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DeWitt Scott

Justin Hawkins

Quintin Carouthers

6’4” Freshman Guard

6’6” Sophomore Forward

6’6” Junior Forward

6’4” Junior Guard

Grand Rapids, Mich.

Chicago, Ill.

Garrett, Ind.

Flint, Mich.




D. J. Posley

Brad Pompey

Kyle Savely

Andy Stroud

6’3” Freshman Guard

6’1” Junior Guard

6’0” Freshman Guard

6’0” Freshman Guard

Hazel Crest, Ill.

Elkhart, Ind.

Corydon, Ind.

Martinsville, Ind.




Brandon Schumm

Tyler Best

Mohamed Esseghir

Warren Wallace

6’4” Freshman Forward

6’9” Junior Forward

6’11” Junior Forward/ Center

6’3” Freshman Forward

Bluffton, Ind.

Lafayette, Ind.



Sarasota, Fla.


Indianapolis, Ind.

Armend Ademi

Zeljko Egeric

Dane Fife


6’9” Sophomore Forward

6’9” Sophomore Forward

Head Coach

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Pristina, Kosovo

Split, Croatia

1st Season Indiana ’02

Steuben County, Ind.




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