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ILLINOIS WESLEYAN MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 PROGRAM


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 2013-14 MEN’S BASKETBALL YEARBOOK

QUICK FACTS Location: Bloomington, Illinois Founded: 1850 Enrollment: 2,100 (approximate) Colors: Green and White Nickname: Titans Arena: Shirk Center (2,680) Conference: College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin National Affiliation: NCAA Division III President: Richard F. Wilson Faculty Rep.: Gerry Olson Athletic Director: Dennie Bridges Trainer: William A. Kauth Sports Information: Stew Salowitz

TITAN ATHLETIC DIRECTORY BASKETBALL (all 309 area)

Ron Rose..................................556-3340 (home)......................................662-5180

ATHLETICS STAFF

Dennie Bridges.......................556-3345 Shirk Center............................556-3196 Bill Kauth, trainer..................556-3601 Mindy McCluskey, office coordinator ..................................................556-3196 Athletic Department Fax......556-3484

SPORTS INFORMATION

Stew Salowitz (office).............556-3206 Salowitz (cell)..........................826-7839 E-mail........................salowitz@iwu.edu Sports Information Fax.........556-3804 Mailing Address............P.O. Box 2900 ............... Bloomington, IL 61702-2900

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ON THE COVER Head coach Ron Rose is flanked by junior captain Dylan Overstreet and seniors captain Andrew Ziemnik (photo by Marc Featherly)

CREDITS Contributors: Stew Salowitz, Ashley Schrader, Nikhil Kamath, Jason Kotecki, Adam Seifert and Emily Beoletto. Photos: Marc Featherly


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ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY

llinois Wesleyan University, founded in 1850, enrolls about 2,100 undergraduates in the College of Liberal Arts, with 17 academic departments, and in the Schools of Art, Music, Nursing and Theatre Arts. The 2004 edition of The Fiske Guide to Colleges lists the University as one of its 22 “best buys” among the nation’s private colleges, describing Illinois Wesleyan as “at once cozy and diverse, loaded with opportunities for ambitious students.” Emphasizing a distinctive liberal arts curriculum as the central feature of every student’s education, IWU also provides opportunities for professional and pre-professional preparation. The student-faculty ratio of 12-to-1 means that the University’s students are active participants in their education, often working individually with faculty members on research. As a residential university, Illinois Wesleyan provides a vibrant campus environment in which rich co-curricular offerings complement the primary academic mission. About 30 percent of each graduating class goes on to graduate school, with recent alumni accepted into law schools, medical schools, and in other advanced degree programs. Facilities: The new (opened in 2013) State Farm Hall has 19 technology-rich classrooms, seminar rooms and a small auditorium style case study classroom. One of the special features of the four-story building is the number of individual and group study areas available for student use. State Farm Hall houses economics and educational studies research labs, conference rooms and faculty offices for the Business Administration and Economics departments. On the north end of the Eckley Quadrangle, State Farm Hall will also provide a stunning backdrop for Commencement ceremonies. The $25 million Ames Library opened in 2002 and a $6 million renovation of the Memorial Gym resulted in the Hansen Student Center, a facility designed to meet the social, recreational, and educational needs of IWU students. IWU’s attractive and wellmaintained 73-acre campus saw approximately $51 million in new construction in the 1990s, including the Shirk Center for Athletics and Recreation (1994), the Center for Natural Science Learning and Research (1995), the Center for Liberal Arts (1997) as well as a residence hall, accommodating 118 students in suite-like apartments (1997). The Shirk Center was funded in part by a $5 million gift from the Russell and Betty Shirk Foundation of Bloomington. The Shirk family owns Beer Nuts, Inc.®, the Bloomington-based snack food company. The two-level, 135,344-square foot complex seats 2,680 in its performance arena, and contains four multi-use

RICHARD F. WILSON, PRESIDENT Richard F. Wilson became the 18th president at Illinois Wesleyan in July 2004. Since 1978 Wilson has served in a number of roles at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, most recently (since 1996) as Vice President of the U. of Illinois Foundation. He was responsible for all private leading campus efforts to achieve its $1 billion goal as part of its comprehensive campaign. From 1986 to 1994, Wilson was Associate Chancellor, leading effortrs to incorporate computing technologies into

courts for tennis, volleyball, basketball, as well as racquetball courts, a 200-meter track, a training room and wellness center, classrooms, and other facilities. In 1999 the Jack Horenberger Baseball Field was opened, which paved the way in 2000 for new softball and soccer fields. The science center has 15 technologically-equipped classrooms; 18 teaching labs; and 27 research labs. The Center for Liberal Arts houses classrooms, and facilities for social science, humanities, business and economics. Distinguished Speakers: In the past few years, IWU has hosted a number of outstanding speakers, including former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen, authors Maya Angelou and Kurt Vonnegut, and film directors Kevin Smith and Spike Lee. Accomplished Alums. Illinois Wesleyan alumni of distinction include Edward B. Rust, Jr., ’72, president and chief executive officer of Bloomington-based State Farm Insurance; Jack Sikma ‘77, seventime NBA All-Star and current assistant coach for the Minnesota Timberwolves; Dawn Upshaw ’82, a two-time Grammy-award winning singer with the New York Metropolitan Opera; Frankie Faison ’71, who has appeared in the films “Silence of the Lambs”, “The Thomas Crown Affair” and “Coming to America”; Steve Vogel ’68, author of the best-selling true crime book “Reasonable Doubt”; and Richard Jenkins ’69, who was nominated for an Academy Award for his starring role in the 2008 movie “The Visitor.” instruction and providing oversight of intercollegiate athletics. In 1994, he became Associate Chancellor for Development and Deputy Director of the University of Illinois Foundation. Since 1981, Wilson held and adjunct teaching position in the College of Education, most recently as Adjunct Professor of Higher Education. Wilson earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Alderson-Broaddus College (W.Va.). He then pursued advanced degrees from the University of Michigan, earning both master’s and doctoral degrees in higher education. Wilson and his wife, Pat, have two children, Adam and Rachel.


THE SHIRK CENTER The $15 million Shirk Center, opened in 1994, was funded in part by a $5 million gift from the Russell and Betty Shirk Foundation of Bloomington. The Shirk family owns Beer Nuts, Inc.®, the Bloomington-based snack food company. The two-level, 135,344-square foot complex seats 2,680 for sporting events (3,450 for commencement) in its performance arena, and contains four multi-use courts for tennis, volleyball, basketball, and other sports, as well as racquetball courts, a 200-meter track, a training room and wellness center, classrooms, and other facilities. The first game at the Shirk Center was a 99-96 win over Aurora on November 30, 1994, (7:05 p.m. game). IWU won a school-record 46 straight home games prior to losing to Benedictine, 73-70, on Dec. 9, 1998. The only prior loss was on March 11, 1995, to Manchester (8982) in the NCAA Division III tournament. The Titans won their first 14 home games in 1994-95 at the Shirk Center, giving IWU a 23-game home court win streak, including nine at Fred Young Fieldhouse. From 1962-94, IWU men’s basketball was 311-80 (.795 winning percentage) at Fred Young Fieldhouse, named for 1915 IWU alumnus Fred Young, a Titan athletic great and long-time sports editor/columnist for The Daily Pantagraph. The first game in the building was March 2, 1962, an 85-59 conference championship-clinching win over Lake Forest. The final game was Feb. 22, 1994, a 91-80 conference championship-clinching win over North Park. The longest winning streaks at Fred Young

Titans at the Shirk Center In 18 seasons at the Shirk Center, IWU is 193-33 (.854). Comparatively, during the same span, Titan men’s teams are 133-88 (.602) on the road and 40-15 (.727) on neutral floors.

Fieldhouse were 31 games (1975 to 1978), 20 games (1986 to 1988), and 17 games (1962 to 1965).

MEN’S SHIRK CENTER FIRSTS

GAME - November 30, 1994, 7:05 p.m. vs. Aurora FIELD GOAL - Mark Aubry, IWU, 19:02 3-POINT FIELD GOAL - Mark Aubry, IWU, 19:02 FREE THROW - Jon Litwiller, IWU, 14:20 IWU PERSONAL FOUL - Chris Simich, 14:34 OPPONENT FIELD GOAL - Jason Buckley, Aurora, 18:50 OPPONENT FREE THROW - Jason Buckley, Aurora, 14:34

YEAR HOME 1994-95 14-1 1995-96 17-0 1996-97 15-0 1997-98 13-0 1998-99 8-3 1999-00 12-1 2000-01 14-0 2001-02 8-3 2002-03 11-1 2003-04 12-1

TOTAL 24-4 28-3 29-2 22-5 17-9 17-8 24-7 12-12 22-6 21-7

YEAR HOME 2004-05 11-2 2005-06 8-2 2006-07 4-7 2007-08 8-3 2008-09 5-5 2009-10 12-2 2010-11 11-1 2011-12 10-1 2012-13 12-2 Totals 205-35 (.854)

TOTAL 21-5 25-7 11-14 16-11 13-12 23-8 20-9 23-8 23-6 382-143 (.728)

SHIRK CENTER SCORING BESTS BY IWU PLAYERS

42.........................................................................Korey Coon, vs. North Central, 2-23-00 40..............................................................................Bryan Crabtree, vs. Millikin, 2-24-96 33................................................................................... Luke Kasten, vs. Millikin, 2-23-02 32........................................................................ Sean Johnson, vs. Manchester, 11-29-09 32.................................................................................Laban Cross, vs. Wheaton, 2-13-02 32 ................................................................................. Mark Aubry, vs. Aurora, 11-30-94 31................................................................................ Luke Kasten, vs. Augustana, 1-9-02 31............................................................................ Bryan Crabtree, vs. Carthage, 12-7-96 31................................................................................. Bryan Crabtree, vs. Ripon, 2-29-96 31............................................................................Chris Simich, vs. Westminster, 3-2-95 31.............................................................................. Jon Litwiller, vs. Augustana, 1-10-96 30................................................................................Zach Freeman, vs. Millikin, 1-10-07 30............................................................... Zach Freeman, vs. Olivet Nazarene, 11-22-05 30................................................................................. Korey Coon, vs. Wheaton, 2-19-00 30.............................................................................Korey Coon, vs. Benedictine, 12-4-99 30................................................................................ Bryan Crabtree, vs. Millikin, 1-8-97 30................................................................................Chris Simich, vs. Wheaton, 1-14-95 29.............................................................................. Adam Dauksas, vs. Elmhurst, 2-4-06 29................................................................................ Adam Dauksas, vs. Wabash, 1-7-04 29..................................................................................Adam Osborn, vs. Millikin, 2-5-00 29.............................................................................Brent Niebrugge, vs. Franklin, 3-7-98 29................................................................... Chris Simich, vs. Washington U., 11-18-95 28............................................................................. Darius Gant, vs. North Park, 2-23-08 28..............................................................Keelan Amelianovich, vs. Fontbonne, 12-8-04 28................................................................................... Luke Kasten, vs. Millikin, 1-31-01 28..............................................................................Korey Coon, vs. North Park, 1-10-00 28................................................................................Korey Coon, vs. Roanoke, 11-19-99 27..................................................................... Doug Sexauer, vs. North Central, 2-03-10 27...........................................................................Brett Chamernik, vs. Webster, 12-2-07

27................................................................................... Darius Gant, vs. Wheaton, 2-9-07 27................................................................... Keelan Amelianovich, vs. Carthage, 2-5-05 27....................................................................... John Camardella, vs. North Park, 2-1-03 27..................................................................................Korey Coon, vs. Carthage, 1-29-00 27............................................................................. Luke Kasten, vs. North Park, 1-10-00 27................................................................................Luke Kasten, vs. Roanoke, 11-19-99 27...................................................... Nathan Hubbard, vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, 12-4-98 27....................................................................................Matt Hoder, vs. Elmhurst, 2-7-98 27........................................................................ Mark Aubry, vs. Washington U., 3-4-95

BY OPPONENTS

44....................................................................................Kent Raymond, Wheaton, 2-9-07 37................................................................................................. Josh Hinz, Beloit, 12-2-03 35.................................................................................. Adam Provance, Millikin, 2-24-96 34...............................................................................Mike Wilson, North Central, 2-2-05 34...............................................................................Jason Strickland, Roanoke, 11-19-99 34......................................................................................... Kyle Werve, Aurora, 12-16-95 32.................................................................... Darnell Harris, Wis. Whitewater, 11-27-12 31................................................................ Aaron Thompson, Washington U., 11-22-09 31...........................................................................Chris Jeffries, Washington U., 12-8-02 30.................................................................................. Drew Carstens, Augustana, 1-9-02 30...........................................................................................Jason Sibley, Franklin, 3-7-98 29.................................................................... Anthony Simmons, North Central, 1-4-06 29................................................................................Drew Carstens, Augustana, 1-12-04 29....................................................................................Terry Frigo, Benedictine, 12-4-99 29.....................................................................................Troy Halt, Rose-Hulman, 3-8-97 29..................................................................Mark Specht, Nebraska Wesleyan, 11-17-95 28............................................................................Derek Raridon, North Central, 2-3-10 28..................................................................................Kent Raymond, Wheaton, 2-14-09 28................................................................................ Steve Djurickovic, Carthage, 2-2-08 28........................................................................................Will Flowers, Aurora, 11-30-94


ATHLETIC DIRECTOR DENNIE BRIDGES Dennie Bridges has been athletic director at Illinois Wesleyan University since 1981 and was head basketball coach at the school for 36 seasons, retiring after the 2001 season. He retired as the winningest active coach in NCAA Division III men’s basketball with a record of 667-319. Bridges’ 2000-01 team finished 24-7 and placed third in the national Division III tournament. His 1997 team won the Division III title, earning him Division III “Coach of the Year” honors, and his 1996 squad also played to a third-place national finish. He is one of only 22 college coaches (regardless of division) with more than 650 victories and is the second winningest coach, by victories, in Division III history, behind Dick Sauers, who amassed 702 wins at Albany (N.Y.) in 41 seasons from 1956 to 1997. Bridges, who coached in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin longer and won more league championships than any other coach in CCIW history, had a league mark of 421-129 with 17 titles, a total twice as many as any other CCIW team in that period. Bridges’ success in national competition was also been a benchmark of his coaching career. He coached teams into the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics national tourney seven times and compiled a record of 23-11 in NAIA postseason competition, with two teams reaching the quarterfinals. One of Bridges’ greatest recruiting classes came in 1973, when his freshman class included Jack Sikma of St. Anne (Ill.) High School. Sikma is IWU’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder and played 14 seasons in the National Basketball Association for the Seattle SuperSonics and Milwaukee Bucks. Bridges’ teams reached the Division III tournament 14 times in 18 years (1983-2001) of association with the NCAA and posted a 30-14 record with the three top three finishes and five trips to the quarterfinals. On the heels of the 1995-96 third place Division III tournament finish, the 1996-97 team won the national title and finished with a 29-2 record, the best at IWU since the 1935-36 team was 20-0. High academic standards were also a hallmark during Bridges’ coaching tenure. Illinois Wesleyan has had 13 first team Academic All-Americans in men’s basketball since the program’s inception in 1970, second only to UCLA with 17. In 1999 and 2000, IWU’s Korey Coon was named the “Academic AllAmerican of the Year” and won the 2000 Jostens Trophy, recog-

nizing the outstanding student-athlete in Division III basketball. Illinois Wesleyan also has had six others in basketball who earned second- or third-team Academic All-America honors. Bridges has spent his entire career as an Illinois Wesleyan athlete, coach, and administrator. A native of Anchor, a rural town 25 miles east of Bloomington, Bridges was a four-year letterman and starter in basketball and baseball and a three-year football letterman (all-conference quarterback). In basketball, he was a two-year captain, most valuable player and all-conference once. He is currently 40th in school scoring history with 926 career points. After graduating in 1961, Bridges coached at Plainfield (Ill.) High School three years before returning to IWU in 1964 as Horenberger’s basketball assistant and head tennis coach with the understanding that he would become head basketball coach for the 1965-66 season. Then, with four starters back from a championship team, the rookie coach led the Titans to a sixth CCIW championship in seven years. Under Bridges’ tenure as athletic director, the Shirk Center and Fort Natatorium have been constructed, varsity swimming returned for men and was added for women, and men’s and women’s soccer, women’s cross country, and women’s golf have been added as varsity sports. He was extremely active in fundraising for the Jack Horenberger Baseball Field, opened in April 1999, which yielded new facilities in softball, the Neis Soccer Field, along with renovations of the football field and outdoor track. Bridges, who has conducted basketball clinics in Brazil, New Zealand, and Australia, is a member of the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame, received the IBCA’s Buzzy O’Connor award for meritorious service and has been the state’s Division III Coach of the Year several times. Bridges and his wife, Rita, have three grown children, all former IWU student-athletes. Angela Romani, a four-year regular in tennis, and her husband, Tim, live in Denver, Colo., with their two children — Alyssa and Carly. Steve, a four-year baseball and football letterman, was a second-team Academic All-American in football once and a third-team selection in baseball twice. With a law degree from the University of Illinois, he is a legal consultant for Aon Corporation in Chicago. Eric, a four-year basketball regular and No. 12 in IWU career scoring, has an MBA degree from the University of Iowa, and is employed in Bloomington by State Farm Insurance. Eric and his wife, April, are the parents of one son, Keegan and a daughter, Summer. Many of Bridges’ memories are included in his book, “A Dunk Only Counts Two Points,” published in 2002, as well as his 2006 book, “Kids Don’t Bat Rocks Anymore.” Both books are available by contacting the IWU Bookstore at (309) 556-3059.


HEAD COACH RON ROSE Ron Rose, who played on two conference championship teams and three NCAA Division III tournament teams during his career at Illinois Wesleyan University, who became IWU’s 14th men’s basketball coach on May 12, 2006. Rose has a seven-year overall record of 129-68 (.655) and a College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin record of 60-38 (.612) with one championship (2013). At Illinois Wesleyan Rose has coached two Division III AllAmericans (Zach Freeman in 2007 and Jordan Zimmer in 2012) and 16 all-conference players (three in 201213). In the past four seasons (2009-13), Illinois Wesleyan has been 45-6 at the Shirk Center, losing the six games by a total of 35 points. IWU was 12-2 in 2012-13, 10-1 in 2011-12, 11-1 in 2010-11 and 12-2 in 2009-10. Prior to the 2013-14 campaign Rose ‘s 129 career wins is tied for third most in Illinois Wesleyan history with Fred Muhl (129-62 from 1910-21) and trails only Dennie Bridges (667-319, 1965-2001) and Jack Horenberger (264-212, 1945-65) in school records. In 2013, Rose was the co-winner of the National Association of Basketball Coaches Midwest Region “Coach of the Year”, the CCIW “Coach of the Year” and the co-winner of the Division III “Coach of the Year Award” for the state by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association, marking the fourth straight year as either a winner or co-winner of the honor. The 2013 Titans finished with a 23-6 overall record and won the CCIW regular season with a 13-1 record. IWU made it to the round of 16 in the NCAA Division III tournament. Rose had his team in the NCAA Division III semifinals in 2012 and was chosen as the Midwest Region “Coach of the Year” by D3hoops.com led the Titans to a 23-8 record and an at-large bid into the NCAA tournament for the third straight year and for the 21st time in school history. The Titans won seven of their last nine games of the season, including four straight road or neutral site games in the NCAA regional and sectional rounds. IWU scored a 108-101 double overtime win at Hope and a 69-67 win at Wooster in NCAA play before losing to Cabrini in the semifinals on a last-second 3-pointer, 81-78. Rose led the 2010-11 team to a 20-9 record and its second straight NCAA Division III tournament appearance, winning a game over Wisconsin-River Falls before losing to St. Thomas, who became the national champion. It was the second straight year IWU was defeated by the national champion in the NCAA tourney, losing in 2010 to Wisconsin-Stevens Point. The 2009-10 Titans earned an at-large berth into the NCAA Division III tournament and earned a neutral court win over Central (Iowa), 86-81, before dethroning two-time defending champion Washington U., 75-70, on the road. The Titans advanced to the final eight with a win over CCIW member Carthage, 77-72, before losing at (eventual national champion) Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 72-56. In 2008-09 the Titans won six of their first eight games and were 8-3 in nonconference games including wins over Chicago, Hanover and Manchester. In 2007-08 Rose guided his team to a 16-11 overall mark and a 9-5 ledger in the CCIW, good for a second place tie and a berth in the league’s postseason tournament after being picked seventh in the

preseason coaches’ poll. After opening with three straight wins for the first-year coach, Rose’s first Titan team (2006-07) finished 11-14 overall and 4-10 in the CCIW. Prior to returning to IWU, the 41-year-old Rose was head basketball coach at Bloomington High School for five seasons (200106), where his teams were 103-38 with two Big 12 Conference titles, four straight Intercity tournament championships and regional and sectional championships in 2006. The Raiders’ sectional title was the first at the school in 31 years and in 2004-05, BHS won the Pontiac Holiday Tournament for the first time in school history. In nine total seasons as a high school head coach (four at Normal Community), Rose amassed a cumulative record of 154-93 for a .623 winning percentage. A Morton (Ill.) High School graduate, Rose was the “Most Valuable Player” for the Class AA South in the 1984 Illinois Basketball Coaches Association all-star game and attended Valparaiso University, where he started his final two games before transferring to IWU midseason of his freshman year (1984-85). A four-year letterman at IWU, Rose played on Bridgescoached teams that went a combined 66-33 and was a starting guard in 68 career games, averaging 5.9 points and amassing 356 assists, a total that still ranks No. 6 all-time at IWU. His 137 assists in 1987-88 is seventh best in a Titan single season. The Titans were 19-10 in 1985-86, 17-10 in 1986-87, and 24-5 in 1987-88, earning NCAA Division III tournament bids all three seasons and winning the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin titles in 1986 and 1988. The 1988 team advanced to the final eight of the Division III tournament before losing at eventual national champion Ohio Wesleyan, and the 1987 team was ousted by North Park, who was also the eventual national champion. After graduating from Illinois Wesleyan in 1988 with a degree in business administration and mathematics, Rose worked as an actuarial assistant at Bloomington’s State Farm Insurance before returning to school at Olivet Nazarene University, where he earned a master’s degree in teaching in 1992 and served two seasons as a basketball assistant for Ralph Hodge. Rose was an assistant basketball coach under Scott Thompson at Wichita State University from 1992-94, where his duties included evaluating and recruiting prospective student-athletes, monitoring academic progress, coordinating scouting and assisting with summer camps and clinics. Rose returned to the Twin Cities to coach and teach at Normal Community High School, where his teams were 51-55 in four seasons, including a 17-10 mark in 1996-97. He worked as human resources benefit analyst at State Farm in 1999-2000 before joining the Bloomington High staff. Rose and his wife, Tina, have four children - Austin, Brady, Ryan, and Aubrey.


RON ROSE DOSSIER Born: December 10, 1965 in Lincoln, Ill.

College Coaching Record

Hometown: Morton, Ill. (graduate of Morton High School) Education: Illinois Wesleyan University, B.A., 1988; Olivet Nazarene University, M.A., 1994 Family: Wife, Tina; four children - Austin, Brady, Ryan, and Aubrey. 1990-92 Assistant Coach at Olivet Nazarene 1992-94 Assistant Coach at Wichita State 1995-99 Head Coach at Normal (Ill.) Community H.S. 2001-06 Head Coach at Bloomington (Ill.) H.S. 2006-present Head Coach at Illinois Wesleyan

YEAR.......... SCHOOL................................ RECORD(CCIW) 2006-07........ Illinois Wesleyan ......................11-14 (4-10) 2007-08........ Illinois Wesleyan.......................16-11 (9-5) 2008-09........ Illinois Wesleyan.......................13-12 (5-9) 2009-10........ Illinois Wesleyan.......................23-8 (10-4) 2010-11........ Illinois Wesleyan.......................20-9 (9-5) 2011-12........ Illinois Wesleyan.......................23-8 (10-4) 2012-13........ Illinois Wesleyan.......................23-6 (13-1) Totals.......... 6 seasons................................. 129-68 (63-38)

Head coach Ron Rose after beating Wittenburg to advnace to the NCAA national semifinals in 2012 at Wooster, Ohio.

Head coaches Dennie Bridges (left) and Jack Horenberger accounted for 931 Titan basketball victories in the 57 years from 1945-2001. The baseball field at IWU is named in Horenberger’s honor.

Career Records of Illinois Wesleyan Coaches (by total victories)

Coach....................................................Yrs.................................................. W.................................. L..............................Pct. 1. Dennie Bridges.......................................36 (1965-2001)................................... 667.................................... 319.............................. .676 2. Jack Horenberger...................................21 (1945-65)........................................ 264.................................... 212.............................. .555 3. Ron Rose..........................................7 (2006- )........................................ 129................................ 68.............................655 4. Fred Muhl...............................................11 (1910-21)........................................ 129.................................... 62................................ .675 5. Wally Roettger.......................................11 (1924-35)........................................ 117.................................... 55................................ .680 6. Scott Trost..............................................5 (2001-06 )......................................... 101.................................... 37................................ .732 7. Harry Bell...............................................4 (1935-39).......................................... 51....................................... 31................................ .622 8. Byron Wimberly....................................2 (1921-23).......................................... 30....................................... 11................................ .732 9. Bob Voigts..............................................2 (1939-41).......................................... 25....................................... 16................................ .610 10. Clarence Cartwright............................1 (1923-24).......................................... 16....................................... 4.................................. .800 11. Mel Brewer...........................................1 (1944-45).......................................... 8......................................... 8.................................. .500 12. Fred Parker...........................................1 (1934-35).......................................... 7......................................... 2.................................. .778 13. Don Drumm........................................1 (1941-42).......................................... 4......................................... 18................................ .182 14. Cecil Russell.........................................1 (1943-44).......................................... 1......................................... 14................................ .067 Totals....................................................103.................................................. 1,549............................. 861............................643

1909-10 (3-2)


ASSISTANT COACHES Dave Feeney Dave Feeney is in his second year as an IWU assistant coach after serving as an assistant for the 2007-08 Titan team. Feeney is a 1999 graduate of Millikin, where he played two seasons and spent two as a student assistant coach. Since 1999, Feeney has taught English at Normal Community High School and, for eight seasons, was the NCHS head girls’ basketball coach compiling a 141-83 record including a three year run of 78-12 in which the Ironmen won two undefeated Big 12 Conference championships, three regional titles, and one sectional title. Feeney also coached freshmen football at NCHS for three years. A product of El Paso (Ill.) High School, Dave and his wife, Laurel, have two daughters, Madison and Sophia.

Quincy Henderson Quincy Henderson joined the Illinois Wesleyan men’s basketball staff as a graduate assistant in 2012-13. A 6-foot-5 guard/forward, Henderson attended and played at Division I Creighton for two seasons before transferring to Division II Winona State, where he played on national championship teams in 2006 (32-4 record) and 2008 (38-1) and on the national runner-up in 2007 (35-1). He played on teams that won 57 straight games during one stretch. Henderson averaged 8.9 points and 4.9 rebounds during his college career, was chosen to the second team of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference squads in 2007 and 2008 and was tabbed as NSIC “Newcomer of the Year” in 2006. He also played professionally in Australia for the Kilsyth Cobras. Henderson is in the sports management program at Illinois State University.

Lucas Lopez

Kelly Winter

SUPPORT STAFF BILL KAUTH, Trainer

TONY ROBBINS, Equipment Manager

William A. (Bill) Kauth is in his 19th year as the first full-time athletic trainer at Illinois Wesleyan, where he also teaches courses in physical education. He earned his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees at Illinois State University. From 1990 to 1994 he was head trainer and associate professor at Taylor University (Ind.), teaching first aid, kinesiology, weight training, and fitness. Kauth and his wife, Marjorie, are the parents of three sons - Keenan, Kamden, and Koleton - and one daughter, Kaleigh.

Tony Robbins is in his eighth season as the full-time equipment room manager at Illinois Wesleyan. Robbins, a 1983 graduate of Illinois Wesleyan, ran cross country while at IWU and was the Titans’ low finisher in the 1982 CCIW championships. He served as the part-time cross country coach at IWU from 1983 to 1992 and worked for many years at Bloomington’s Read’s Sporting Goods. He and his wife Dana (a 1984 IWU grad) have three children (Dane, Chase, and Devon).


2013-14 IWU Men’s Basketball Roster

The 2013-14 team consists of (front row, from left) Michael Mayberger, Rob Mahlke, Max Scholle, Trevor Seibring, Nick Anderson, Brandon Heyen, Mike Marietti, Ryan Coyle, Alex Rossi: (second row, from left) Danny Roadman, Joel Pennington, Jordan Turner, Andy Stempel, Alec Bausch, Austin Amann, Spencer Seibring, Chris Rudnicki, Brady Sanders: (back row, from left): Jordan Nelson, Pat Sodemann, Eric Dortch, Andrew Ziemnik, Brady Zimmer, Victor Davis, Dylan Overstreet, Bryce Dolan, Brian Nelms (photo: Marc Featherly)

Head coach – Ron Rose Assistant coaches –Dave Feeney, Quincy Henderson, Lucas Lopez, Kelly Winter NO. NAME POS. HT. 2 * Dylan Overstreet # G 6-3 4 ** Brady Zimmer G 6-4 10 Brian Nelms G 5-11 13 * Bryce Dolan G 6-0 14 Joel Pennington G 6-0 20 * Pat Sodemann G 6-3 22 Jordan Nelson G 6-1 23 Spencer Seibring G 6-1 25 Brandon Heyen F 6-8 30 ** Eric Dortch F 6-4 32 *** Victor Davis F 6-5 34 Ryan Coyle F 6-6 35 *** Andrew Ziemnik # F 6-5 40 Andy Stempel G 6-3 41 Trevor Seibring F 6-8 42 Alec Bausch F 6-6 45 * Michael Mayberger F 6-6 50 Rob Mahlke F 6-8 52 * Mike Marietti C 6-8 54 Max Scholle C 6-10 55 *** Nick Anderson C 6-10 D2 Austin Amann G 6-1 D13 Danny Roadman G 5-11 D22 Chris Rudnicki G 6-2 D4 Brady Sanders G 6-0 D20 Jordan Turner G 6-2 * - Indicates letters won. # - Indicates co-captains.

WT. 180 180 175 160 175 195 170 170 205 210 235 208 220 180 235 205 205 220 245 190 230 175 185 160 170 165

YR. HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL) Jr. Paxton, Ill. / Paxton-Buckley-Loda HS Sr. Delavan, Ill. / Delavan HS So. Arlington Heights, Ill./Rolling Meadows HS So. Washington, Mo. / St. Francis Borgia So. Wildwood, Mo. / Lafayette HS Jr. Chesterfield, Mo. / Parkway West HS Jr. Lincoln, Ill. / Lincoln HS Fr. Normal, Ill. / Normal West HS Jr. Paxton, Ill. / Paxton-Buckley-Loda HS Sr. Evanston, Ill. / Evanston Township HS Sr. Galesburg, Ill. / Galesburg HS So. Lisle, Ill. / St. Francis HS Sr. Oswego, Ill. / Oswego HS Fr. Buffalo Grove, Ill. / Stevenson HS Fr. Towanda, Ill. / Normal Community HS Fr. Des Peres, Mo. / DeSmet Jesuit HS Sr. Chesterfield, Mo. / St. Louis University HS So. Downers Grove, Ill./Downers Grove North HS So. Frankfort, Ill. / Providence Catholic HS Fr. Foristell, Mo. / Wentzville Holt HS Sr. Edwardsville, Ill. / Edwardsville HS Fr. Elk Grove Village, Ill. / Elk Grove HS So. Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton Warrenville South HS Fr. Evanston, Ill. / Evanston HS Fr. Minonk, Ill. / Fieldcrest HS Fr. Woodstock, Ill. / Woodstock HS


2013-14 Titan Basketball Profiles No. D2 AUSTIN AMANN, Freshman, Elk Grove, Ill. (Elk Grove HS) AT ELK GROVE HS: Was all-Mid Suburban Conference selection and all-area ... Is the school’s scoring and assist leader and was second in rebounding in Elk Grove history ... Averaged 18.9 points and 6.6 rebounds as a senior ...PERSONAL: Austin Louis Amann ... Pronounced “am-in” ... Born December 8, 1994 ... Majoring in business at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Patrick and Christina Amann ...

No. 55 NICK ANDERSON, Senior, Edwardsville, Ill. (Edwardsville HS) Has earned three letters (2011, 2012, 2013)....2012-13: Selected to the The National Association of Basketball Coaches “Honors Court” for academic excellence ...Played in all 29 games and was a starter in two ... He had single-game season-highs of 10 points (Millikin), 6 rebounds (Wis.-Whitewater) and 2 assists (North Park) ...2011-12: Earned “Elite 89” award for highest grade-point average for player involved in NCAA Division III men’s final four round ... Played in all 31 games ... Averaged 4.1 points and 2.7 rebounds ... Had nine assists ... Had singlegame highs of 18 points vs. Carthage (when he led team in scoring) ... Had single-game highs of seven rebounds vs. Wheaton ... Had single-game highs of two assists vs. Wheaton ...2010-11: Played in four games...Scored two points and got two rebounds...Had single-game highs of two points (Millikin), and one rebound (multiple games)...AT EDWARDSVILLE HS: Lettered three years in basketball…Broke his hand before his senior year allowing him to only play three to four minutes at a time…Average 3.0 points and 3.2 rebounds as a senior…High school coach: Mike Waldo...Scholar athlete...PERSONAL: Nicholas Baylor Anderson ... Born March 11, 1992 ... Majoring in business/marketing at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Keith and Barb Anderson. No. 42 ALEC BAUSCH, Freshman, Des Peres, Mo. (DeSmet Jesuit HS) AT DeSMET JESUIT HS: Lettered in both basketball and football for three years and was a two-year starter in each sport (wide receiver in football) ... Scored 12.5 points and grabbed 6.9 rebounds as a senior ... Played for 2013 team that was state runner-up in Missouri Class 5 ... Was team captain and chosen to second team all-Metro Catholic Conference ... Named to all-tournament teams at Meremec and Ameritime Classic ...PERSONAL: Alec Daniel Bausch ... Pronounced “Bough-sch” ... Born September 29, 1994 ... Majoring in biology (pre-med) at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Kurt and Mary Bausch ...

Coyle...

No. 34 RYAN COYLE, Sophomore, Lisle, Ill. (St. Francis HS) 2012-13: Played in eight games ... Missed latter part of season after suffering concussion ... He had single-game season-highs of 3 points (North Park), 1 rebound (six games) and 1 assist (two games) ...AT ST. FRANCIS HS: Four-year basketball starter...started one year in volleyball...Three-time all-area winner...three-time all-conference...Two-time Suburban Christian Conference player of the year...Two-time captain...All-time scoring leader...All-time wins leader...Top-honor roll...Four-year member of SADD...PERSONAL: Ryan Cushing Coyle ... Born on August 31, 1993...Majoring in business at Illinois Wesleyan...Son of Michael and Kathryn


No. 32 VICTOR DAVIS, Senior, Galesburg, Ill. (Galesburg HS) Has earned three letters (2011, 2012, 2013) ...2012-13: Played and started 28 games...He had single-game season-highs of 21 points (NCAA game at North Central), 9 rebounds (four games) and 3 assists (three games) ...2011-12: Chosen to third team of College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin all-league squad ... Played and started all 31 games ... Averaged 10.9 points and 4.9 rebounds...Had 19 assists...Had single-game highs of 20 points against North Park...Had single-game highs of nine rebounds against North Park...Had single-game highs of two assists in two games...Led team in scoring three times and rebounding eight times...2010-11: Played in 11 games...scored 31 points and got 21 rebounds...Had single-game highs of 10 points (MacMurray), four rebounds (multiple games) and one assist (multiple games)...AT GALESBURG HS: Named Associated Press all-state honorable mention and Illinois Basketball Coaches Association 3A/4A third team allstate while averaging 17.8 points and 12.7 rebounds his senior year…Candidate for McDonald’s All-American... IBCA 3A/4A honorable mention all-state as a junior… Quad City Times all-metro first team as a senior and honorable mention as a junior...Earned three letters in high school...High school coach: Mike Reynolds... PERSONAL: Victor James Davis II ... Born July 1, 1992...Majorng in psychology at Illinois Wesleyan...Parents are Victor and Janet Davis... No. 13 BRYCE DOLAN, Sophomore, Washington, Mo. (St. Francis Borgia) Has earned one letter (2013)...2012-13: Played in 22 games ... He had single-game seasonhighs of 8 points (Augustana), 2 rebounds (four games) and 3 assists (four games) ...AT ST. FRANCIS BORGIA HS: Three-year letterman in basketball and scored over 1000 points in career ... All-state, all-district and all-area for Class 4A as junior and senior ... 2012 all-area “Player of the Year” ... Team’s captain as a senior ... Holds school single game scoring record (44 points) and school records for 3-pointers in season (98) and career (238) ... Also holds school mark for free throw percentage (89.7%) ... Four-year letter winner in golf and played for team that finished first (2012) and fourth (2010) in Class 4A state tournament... Member, National Honor Society ...PERSONAL: Bryce Stetler Dolan ... Born on October 27, 1993 ... Majoring in finance and marketing at Illinois Wesleyan ... Son of Michael and Lou Ann Dolan ... No. 30 ERIC DORTCH, Senior, Evanston, Ill. (Evanston Township HS) Has earned two letters (2012, 2013)...2012-13: Played in 28 games and was a starter in five ... He had single-game season-highs of 14 points (NCAA game at North Central), 7 rebounds (Loras, Hope) and 3 assists (NCAA game at Washington U.) ...2011-12: Played in all 31 games while starting in three...Averaged 3.0 points and 2.7 rebounds...Had 21 assists...Had singlegame highs of eight points against Monmouth and North Park...Had single-game highs of eight rebounds against MacMurray College...Had single-game highs of three assists against three different teams...Led team in rebounding two times...2010-11: Played in nine games...Scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds...Had single-game highs of seven points (MacMurray), four rebounds (Millikin) and one assist (three times)...AT WILBRAHAM & MUNSON PREP: Played basketball at Wilbraham & Monson Academy in Massachusetts during the 2009-10 school year…Earned third team all-Western New England honors…AT EVANSTON TOWNSHIP HS: All-conference selection and as a senior…Served as team’s captain… Team finished third in Illinois state tournament in 2008 ... High school coach: Robert Locke… PERSONAL: Eric Dweyne Dortch II ... Born August 31, 1991...Majoring in business administration at Illinois Wesleyan...Parents are Eric and Alberta Dortch...


No. 25 BRANDON HEYEN, Junior, Paxton, Ill. (Paxton-Buckley-Loda HS) 2012-13: Missed entire season with ankle injury, eventually undergoing surgery ...201112: Played in six games...Averaged 1.8 points and 0.5 rebounds...Had single-game highs of six points against Millikin...Had single-game highs of two rebounds against Millikin... AT PAXTON-BUCKLEY-LODA HS: Lettered once in track and three times in basketball… Named fourth team all-state… Ended career as school’s all-time leader in blocked shots ... As a senior year he was first team all-conference and first team all-area... Averaged 12.9 points and 7.1 rebounds as a senior for a team that finished 29-1…Placed fourth in the IHSA Slam Dunk contest his junior year…High school coach: Scot Vogel…PERSONAL: Brandon Tyler Heyen ... Born September 2, 1992...Majoring in business management at Illinois Wesleyan ... Active in Big Brothers/Big Sisters program ... Parents are Kevin and Susan Heyen. No. 50 ROB MAHLKE, Sophomore, Downers Grove, Ill. (Downers Grove North HS) 2012-13: Played on Illinois Wesleyan junior varsity team ...AT DOWNERS GROVE HS: Threeyear varsity basketball player...All-West Suburban Silver Conference selection ... All-time blocked shots leader...Had third most blocks in a season at school and third highest 3-point percentage in a season in school history ... Four-year academic all-conference...National Honor Society member...Spanish Honor Society member...PERSONAL: Robert Jackson Mahlke ... Last name pronounced Mall-key ... Born on Feb. 3, 1994... Majoring in business at Illinois Wesleyan... Son of Don and Mary Mahlke ... Father played football at Yale (1987) ... Rob’s sister, Katherine Mahlke, is a 6-foot-2 outside hitter who has committed to the University of Michigan for volleyball starting in 2014 ... No. 52 MIKE MARIETTI, Sophomore, Frankfort, Ill. (Providence Catholic HS) Has earned one letter (2013)...2012-13: Played in nine games ... He had single-game seasonhighs of 7 points, 6 rebounds and 1 assist (all against North Park) ...AT PROVIDENCE CATHOLIC HS: Three-year letter winner in basketball...All-Chicago Catholic League selection ...Team captain...Team was regional champions...National Honor Society member... PERSONAL: Michael Patrick Marietti ... Born on June 28, 1994 ... Majoring in business administration at Illinois Wesleyan ... Son of Mike and Gina Marietti ... Father played football at the University of Chicago ... No. 45 MICHAEL MAYBERGER, Senior, Chesterfield, Mo. (St. Louis University HS) Has earned one letter (2013)...2012-13: Selected to the The National Association of Basketball Coaches “Honors Court” for academic excellence ... Named to all-tournament team at 29th Annual Lopata Classic... Played in 26 games ... Had single-game season-highs of 22 points (at Washington U.), 7 rebounds (at Wheaton) and 3 assists (Elmhurst) ...2011-12: Played in seven games...Averaged 0.3 points and 1.4 rebounds...Had 3 assists...Had single-game highs of two points against Millikin...Had single-game highs of four rebounds against MacMurray College... Had single-game highs of two assists against MacMurry College...2010-11: Participated in Illinois Wesleyan’s junior varsity program...AT ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY HS (Mo.): Named honorable mention all-conference as a junior and senior…Captained the Junior Billikens while averaging 12.1 points and 5.5 rebounds per game as a senior…Named to Southside Classic and MICDS Holiday Invitational all-tournament teams… High school coach: John Ross…PERSONAL: Michael Joseph Mayberger ... Born April 24, 1992 ... Majoring in economics and business administration (finance) at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Joe and Debbie Mayberger ... Father played basketball at Washington U. from 1982-85 ... Grandfather (Wayne Wyckoff) played basketball at North Carolina ...


No. 10 BRIAN NELMS, Sophomore, Arlington Heights, Ill. (Rolling Meadows HS) Has earned one letter (2013)...2012-13: Played in 12 games ... He had single-game season-highs of 2 points (three games), 1 rebound (two games) and 3 assists (North Park) ...AT ROLLING MEADOWS HS: Four-year starter in basketball...Was named Mid Suburban League East “Player of the Year” as a senior ... Two-time all-area and all-conference...Two-time MVP... Captain as a junior and senior...Rolling Meadows HS “Athlete of the Year” ... All-time assist leader st school and also has school mark for assists in a game ... Sixth all-time leading scorer ... High school coach was Illinois Wesleyan alum and former athlete Kevin Katovich ... Twoyear National Honor Society member ... Presidents award winner...PERSONAL: Brian Jeffrey Nelms ... Born on September 15, 1993 ... Majoring in business administration at Illinois Wesleyan ... Son of Jeff and Carol Nelms ... Grandmother also attended IWU ... No. 22 JORDAN NELSON, Junior, Lincoln, Ill. (Lincoln HS) Transferred to Illinois Wesleyan in 2013 after two seasons at Division I Evansville ...AT EVANSVILLE: Played in 27 games in both his freshman and sophomore seasons with the Purple Aces ... Averaged 2.2 points with a high scoring game of 11 against Indiana State in 2012-13 ... Had season-high 10 points against Oakland City as a freshman ...AT LINCOLN HS: Earned four letters in both basketball and golf ... Was The Pantagraph area “Player of the Year” in 2011 ... As a senior he averaged 21.5 points and 3.1 assists as a senior to help the Railsplitters to a 25-6 record ... Was named to the Associated Press Class 3A all-state second team ... Central State Eight Conference “Player of the Year” as senior as he connected on 111 3-pointers that year ... Had a school-record 346 career 3-pointers, sixth most in Illinois prep history ... Finished second in state golf tournament as a junior ...PERSONAL: Jordan J. Nelson ... Born November 12, 1992 ... Majoring in business administration at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Jeff and Sheila Nelson ... No. 2 DYLAN OVERSTREET, Junior, Paxton, Ill. (Paxton-Buckley-Loda HS) Has earned one career letter (2013)...2013-14: Honorable mention on the Division III preseason All-American team in Sporting News College Basketball Annual Magazine ... Heads into junior year No. 34 in career assists at IWU with 136 ...2012-13: Named to third team of D3hoops.com all-Midwest Region squad ... Played and started all 29 games...He had singlegame season-highs of 20 points (at Augustana), 8 rebounds and 10 assists (both vs. North Park) ... His 130 assists is tied for 12th most in an IWU single season ... Named to all-tournament team of RDV Sportsplex D3 Basketball Classic (Dec. 20-21) ...2011-12: Played in 11 games...Averaged 2.0 points and 0.6 rebounds...Had six assists...Had single-game highs of eight points against Webster...Had single-game highs of three rebounds against Webster...Had single-game highs of two assists against two different teams...AT PAXTON-BUCKLEY-LODA HS: Named Illinois Basketball Coaches Association first team all-state (Class 1A-2A) and second team all-state Class 2A by Associated Press…First team all-conference…Was team captain and “Most Valuable Player” for team that finished 29-1…Averaged 17.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and 5.7 assists as a senior…Was named the Champaign News-Gazette “Player of the Year”…Lettered four times in baseball and earned three in basketball…Valedictorian of his graduating class… High school coach: Scot Vogel…Had seven points in IBCA all-star game…PERSONAL: Dylan Quinn Overstreet … Born July 26, 1992 ... Majoring in business administration at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are John and Dawn Overstreet... Relative Dan Coplea played football at IWU in 1970s ...


No. 14 JOEL PENNINGTON, Sophomore, Wildwood, Mo. (Lafayette HS) 2012-13: Played in Illinois Wesleyan junior varsity program ...AT LAFAYETTE HS: Threeyear starter in basketball...First team all-Suburban West Conference selection and chosen as conference “Player of the Year” as a senior ... First-team all-district ... Team captain ... Team “Most Valuable Player” ... Holds school records for assists and 3-pointers made ... Renaissance Member (4.0 GPA) ... National Honor Society member ...PERSONAL: Joel Lewis Pennington ... Born on July 14, 1993 ... Majoring in business administration at Illinois Wesleyan ... Son of Brian and Rebecca Pennington ... Father played basketball at Case Western Reserve (1988)...

Roadman...

No. D13 DANNY ROADMAN, Sophomore, Wheaton, Ill. (Wheaton Warrenville South HS) 2012-13: Played in Illinois Wesleyan junior varsity program ...AT WHEATON WARRENVILLE SOUTH HS: Two-year letter winner in football, basketball, and baseball... All-DuPage Valley Conference selection ... All-area honorable mention ... Basketball “Most Valuable Player” as a senior ... Two-year team captain in football and basketball ... Football team was 7A state champions in 2009-10 and state runners-up in 2011 ... Four-year honor roll ... National Honor Society member ...PERSONAL: Daniel Francis Roadman ... Born on May 29, 1994 ... Majoring in biology (pre-med) at Illinois Wesleyan ... Son of Leigh and Sherry

No. 24 ALEX ROSSI, Junior, Northfield, Ill. (New Trier HS) Transfered to Illinois Wesleyan after one season at Valparaiso and two years at University of California, Berkeley ...AT VALPARAISO: Played in nine games in 2012-13 at Valpo, all before Dec. 23 ... Averaged 2.1 points, made 7-of-10 from field and 5-of-8 3-pointers, including three in 11 minutes vs. Georgia Southern ... played final seven minutes of win over Northern Illinois and got five points in 14 minutes vs. Purdue Calumet ... AT CALIFORNIA: Came off bench to play in three games at Cal in 2011-12, totaling 16 minutes … Played four minutes and scored two points vs. Utah, hit a 3-pointer in seven minutes against Arizona State and played five minutes vs. Southern Cal ... Sat out 2010-2011 season at Cal as a medical redshirt ... AT NEW TRIER HS: Named the Central Suburban League “Player of the Year” and second team all-state as a senior ... Ranked as 36th-best shooting guard nationally in the high school Class of 2010 and was noted as one of the top-10 shooters in his class by ESPN.com ... Participated in the NBA Top 100 camp... Three time allCentral Suburban League selection for the Trevians ... Honorable mention all-state as a junior …Played football and baseball … competed on the AAU Rising Stars club team ...PERSONAL: Alexander James Rossi ... Born September 19, 1991 ... Majoring in business (finance) at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Bill and Lee Ann Rossi ... No. D22 CHRIS RUDNICKI, Freshman, Evanston, Ill. (Evanston HS) AT EVANSTON TOWNSHIP HS: Two-year varsity player and starter as a senior ... Also played two years of varsity baseball for the Wildkits ... Member National Honor Society ... Honor roll student ...PERSONAL: Christopher Weston Rudnicki ... Born on Nobvember 14, 1994 ... Majoring in physics (pre-engineering) at Illinois Wesleyan ... Son of John and Joan Rudnicki ... Brother, Stephen, was a three-year letterman at IWU and a senior starter on 2012 team that advanced to the national semifinals ...


No. D4 BRADY SANDERS, Freshman, Minonk, Ill. (Fieldcrest HS) AT FIELDCREST HS: Three-year starter and four-year letterman ... Helped Fieldcrest to a 25-6 record by averaging 17.8 points, 5.1 rebounds and 5.1 assists as a senior ... Was a twotime Pantagraph all-area pick and was a first team Class 2A all-state selection of the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association ... Also unanimous Heart of Illinois Conference and Ottawa Times first-team all-area ... Was Associated Press first team all-state and Times all-area first team as a junior ... Three-time basketball team “Most Valuable Player” ... Also played baseball for two seasons and was team “MVP” as senior ...PERSONAL: Brady Paul Sanders ... Born May 15, 1995 ... Majoring in business at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Tim and Tammy Sanders ... Cousin Jordan Krone played football at IWU ... No. 54 MAX SCHOLLE, Freshman, Foristell, Mo. (Wentzville Holt HS) AT WENTZVILLE HOLT HS: Two-year varsity starter ... Central Gateway Athletic Conference all-academic ...PERSONAL: Max Carl Scholle ... Pronounced “sholl-ee” ... Born June 11, 1995 ... Majoring in business at Illinois Wesleyan ... He is the son of Stacey Scholle ...

No. 23 SPENCER SEIBRING, Freshman, Normal, Ill. (Normal West HS) AT NORMAL WEST HS: Played three seasons of basketball and two of soccer for the Wildcats ... Averaged 12.7 points, 3.2 rebounds and 3.2 assists as a senior and was named to first team of The Pantagraph all-area squad ... Unanimous all-Big 12 Conference selection ... Team captain as senior ... Member National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Freshman Mentor Program ...PERSONAL: Spencer Lee Seibring ... Pronounced “see-bring” ... September 13, 1994 ... Undecided on academic major at Illinois Wesleyan ... He is the son of Sue and Steve Seibring, both Illinois Wesleyan graduates ... Father is IWU’s Associate Vice President for Gift Planning ... His brother Sean also attended and played basketball at IWU ... His cousin, Trevor, is a member of the IWU basketball team and cousin Katy was “Most Valuable Player” on 2013 Titan women’s basketball team ... Uncle Scott Seibring is IWU’s Director of Financial Aid ... No. 41 TREVOR SEIBRING, Freshman, Towanda, Ill. (Normal Community HS) AT NORMAL COMMUNITY HS: Three-year varsity player ... As a senior, was a Pantagraph All-Area selection and a unanimous Big 12 Conference all-star ... Averaged 13.5 points and 7.2 rebounds ... Team captain ... Member National Honor Society ...PERSONAL: Trevor Russell Seibring ... Born July 6, 1994 ... Undecided on academic major at Illinois Wesleyan ... His parents, Scott and Stacy, are Wesleyan graduates and Scott is the school’s Director of Financial Aid ... His sister, Katy, was the “Most Valuable Player” of the 2013 Titan women’s team and was a first team all-College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin selection ... His cousin, Spencer, is also a freshman member of the IWU basketball team ... Uncle Steve and aunt are IWU grads and Steve is school’s Associate Vice President for Gift Planning ... Cousin Sean attended IWU as did his aunt, Jennifer Morgan ...


No. 20 PAT SODEMANN, Sophomore, Chesterfield, Mo. (Parkway West HS) Transferred to Illinois Wesleyan from Truman State prior to 2012-13 season and will be eligible through the 2014-15 season ...Has earned one letter (2013)...2012-13: Started all 22 games he played ... Missed early games with groin injury ...He had single-game season-highs of 20 points (Carthage), 7 rebounds (Elmhurst) and 4 assists (two games) ...AT TRUMAN STATE: 201112: Medical redshirt as sophomore ... 2010-11: One of four players to play in all 26 games, starting three … averaged 4.8 points in 16.8 minutes per game and shot 46% from the floor … Hit 12 3-pointers and was an 86% free throw shooter … Had season-highs of 18 points and six rebounds vs. Southwest Baptist, missing just one shot on the day by going 1-for-1 in 2FGs, 2-for-3 in 3FGs and 10-for-10 in FTs … scored 17 points at Missouri Western … Named to Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Academic Honor Roll.AT PARKWAY WEST HS: Was a four-year starter and letterwinner at Parkway West under head coach (and father) Bill Sodemann … Key player of a two-time state quarterfinalist squad (2009, 2010) … Four-time first-team all-Suburban South Conference player and a three-time Ameritime all-tournament team honoree … named all-district twice … finished third in school’s career scoring with 1,281 career points and was school leader in free throw percentage at 83.4% … averaged 14.5 points and 3.2 rebounds per game as a senior and shot 86% from the charity stripe in his final season. PERSONAL: Pat Edward Sodemann ... Born August 28, 1991... Majoring in business at Illinois Wesleyan ... Son of Bill and Linda Sodemann ... Father played basketball at Cornell University ... Brother, Chip, played basketball at Truman State ... Brother, Buddy, played basketball at Westminster College and was graduate assistant coach at IWU from 2010-12 ... No. 40 ANDY STEMPEL, Freshman, Buffalo Grove, Ill. (Stevenson HS) AT STEVENSON HS: Honorable mention all-state selection ... Averaged 11.5 points and 4.6 rebounds as a senior for a Stevenson team that finished with a 29-5 record and took second at the Class 4A State Tournament ... Shot 49.5 percent from the field, team-best 78.8 percent at the free throw line and 46.8 percent beyond the 3-point arc ... Chosen to North Suburban Lakes Conference all-league team and was Daily Herald all-area choice ... Two-year starter and team captain as senior ...PERSONAL: Andrew Joshua Stempel ... Born November 1, 1994 ... Undecided on academic major at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Jerry and Sarah Stempel ... No. D20 JORDAN TURNER, Freshman, Woodstock, Ill. (Woodstock HS) AT WOODSTOCK HS: Was named Northwest Herald “Player of the Year” after averaging 17.9 points and 5 rebounds as a senior as the Blue Streaks won their first regional championship since 2000 ... Honorable mention Class 3A all-state and first team all-Fox Valley Conference and Northwest Herald all-area ... Helped his team improve from 5-23 as a junior to 19-11 as a senior... A four-year varsity player, Turner finished second in school history with 1,447 points and holds school records for steals in career and season and free throws made in career and season ... Second team all-conference and all-area as junior ... Also three-year starter in baseball (centerfielder) and one year in football (wide receiver) ...All-conference and team “MVP” in baseball ... Member National Honor Society, high honor roll, student council ... PERSONAL: Jordan Richard Turner ... Born August 27, 1994 ... Majoring in business administration at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Mike and Kim Turner ...


No. 35 ANDREW ZIEMNIK, Senior, Oswego, Ill. (Oswego HS) Has earned three letters (2011, 2012, 2013)...2012-13: Selected to the The National Association of Basketball Coaches “Honors Court” for academic excellence ... Named to second team of National Association of Basketball Coaches all-Midwest Region squad ... Named to second team of D3hoops.com all-Midwest Region squad ... Played and started all 29 games...He had single-game season-highs of 19 points (North Central), 11 rebounds (Carthage) and 5 assists (NCAA game vs. Transylvania) ... Chosen “Player of the Week” in College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin on Feb. 4 ... Chosen “Player of the Week” in CCIW on Dec. 31 ... Named “Most Valuable Player” and to all-tournament team of RDV Sportsplex D3 Basketball Classic (Dec. 20-21) ...2011-12: Played in all 31 games...Averaged 7.4 points and 4.2 rebounds...Had 34 assists...Had singlegame highs of 13 points against Elmhurst and Augustana...Had single-game highs of eight rebounds against Millikin...Had single-game highs of three assists against three different teams...Led team in rebounding three times...2010-11: Played in 11 games...Averaged 3.4 points and 1.8 rebounds per game...Had single-game highs of seven points (at Wheaton), four rebounds (multiple games) and one assist (multiple games)...AT OSWEGO HS: Averaged 18.5 points and 11.3 rebounds per game as a senior…All-conference, all-area, and team “Most Valuable Player” as a junior and senior… Named fourth team 3A/4A all-state by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association…High school coach: Kevin Schrable…PERSONAL: Andrew Raymond Ziemnik ... Born June 26, 1992 ... Majoring in business administration (finance) at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Mark and Laurie Ziemnik … His sister Katie Ziemnik played basketball for the Titans ... No. 4 BRADY ZIMMER, Senior, Delavan, Ill. (Delavan HS) Has earned two letters (2011, 2013)...2012-13: Selected to the The National Association of Basketball Coaches “Honors Court” for academic excellence ... Played in 20 games and was a starter in two...He had single-game season-highs of 23 points (NCAA game vs. Transylvania), 6 rebounds (two games) and 4 assists (Tufts) ...2011-12: Missed entire season due to shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum...2010-11: Appeared in eight games...scored three points and got three rebounds...Had single-game highs of three points (MacMurray), two rebounds (Millikin) and one assist (MacMurray)...AT DELAVAN HS: Averaged 29.3 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 2.4 assists per game as a senior…All-conference, Pekin Times all-area, and Peoria Journal Star all-area selection…Named The Pantagraph area “Player of the Year”…Named Illinois Basketball Coaches Association 1A/2A first Team all-state and Chicago Sun Times 1A first Team all-state… Broke his brother Jordan’s school records for the Panthers in season scoring (907), single game scoring (46), and career scoring (2,048)… High school coach: Ryon Kramer…PERSONAL: Brady Lee Zimmer...Born October 17, 1991...Majoring in business administration (finance) at Illinois Wesleyan ... Parents are Doug and Beth Zimmer ... Brother Jordan is a senior for the Titans basketball team … His father, uncle (Ron) and grandfather (Duane Sampen) all were athletes at Illinois Wesleyan … Doug was once IWU record holder in 400 and was track MVP for three years in the 1980s ... His sister Maddison is a member of the IWU women’s track team ...


Illinois Wesleyan Men's Basketball Illinois Wesleyan Season Box Score (as of Nov 24, 2013) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 23-6 13-1 10-5

HOME 12-2 7-0 5-2

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

35 04 20 50 02 32 45 30 41 55 13 24 52 34 05

Ziemnik, Andrew Zimmer, Brady Sodemann, Pat Reed, Kevin Overstreet, Dylan Davis, Victor Mayberger, Michael Dortch, Eric Musselman, Parker Anderson, Nick Dolan, Bryce Oswald, Daniel Marietti, Mike Coyle, Ryan Nelms, Brian Team Total.......... Opponents......

29-29 20-2 22-22 29-28 29-29 28-28 26-0 28-5 26-0 29-2 22-0 9-0 9-0 8-0 12-0

824 363 545 709 939 691 351 424 234 326 232 63 39 30 56

29 29

5826 5825

Score by Periods Illinois Wesleyan Opponents

28.4 18.2 24.8 24.4 32.4 24.7 13.5 15.1 9.0 11.2 10.5 7.0 4.3 3.8 4.7

1st 1027 844

105-241 62-106 69-159 114-204 90-206 82-210 49-100 43-76 28-53 32-61 21-59 7-20 6-7 1-5 1-7

.436 .585 .434 .559 .437 .390 .490 .566 .528 .525 .356 .350 .857 .200 .143

32-112 22-40 35-85 0-0 28-79 25-74 28-58 0-1 13-27 0-1 14-47 5-15 1-1 0-2 0-1

710-1514 .469 203-543 628-1619 .388 164-531

2nd 1068 960

OT 9 13

.286 .550 .412 .000 .354 .338 .483 .000 .481 .000 .298 .333

AWAY 8-4 6-1 2-3

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

77-107 68-83 57-66 51-97 64-86 58-82 26-39 27-57 15-26 26-51 4-4 0-1 1.000 1-3 .000 3-6 .000 4-6

.720 .819 .864 .526 .744 .707 .667 .474 .577 .510 1.000

.000 .333 .500 .667

.374 481-714 .674 .309 397-577 .688

Totals 2104 1817

off

54 12 14 72 21 38 18 36 5 25 1 0 4 2 0 42 344 285

NEUTRAL 3-0 0-0 3-0

Rebounds def tot avg

126 32 56 130 70 102 46 51 39 45 13 5 10 4 2 66 797 577

180 44 70 202 91 140 64 87 44 70 14 5 14 6 2 108 1141 862

6.2 2.2 3.2 7.0 3.1 5.0 2.5 3.1 1.7 2.4 0.6 0.6 1.6 0.8 0.2

pf dq

70 31 38 77 47 71 47 51 35 45 17 4 5 1 2

39.3 541 29.7 605

a

0 40 1 18 0 30 4 79 1 130 2 36 1 26 0 20 0 11 0 10 0 18 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 9

to blk stl

41 37 30 51 78 55 27 34 23 27 12 3 1 5 9 3 9 434 436 - 295 336

pts

avg

319 214 230 279 272 247 152 113 84 90 60 19 14 5 6

11.0 10.7 10.5 9.6 9.4 8.8 5.8 4.0 3.2 3.1 2.7 2.1 1.6 0.6 0.5

87 132 2104 74 180 1817

72.6 62.7

6 2 1 29 2 5 4 13 1 20 0 0 4 0 0

14 9 12 22 22 14 8 14 2 7 5 0 0 1 2


Illinois Wesleyan Men's Basketball Illinois Wesleyan Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (as of Nov 24, 2013) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 23-6 13-1 10-5

HOME 12-2 7-0 5-2

AWAY 8-4 6-1 2-3

NEUTRAL 3-0 0-0 3-0

Date 11/16/12 11/17/12

Opponent COE COLLEGE LORAS

W W

Score 52-51 75-63

Att. High Points 853 (15)Ziemnik, Andrew 600 (18)Mayberger, Michael

11/20/12 11/24/12

ILLINOIS COLLEGE at Wabash College

W W

74-65 62-56

11/27/12 11/30/12 12/1/12 12/15/12 12/21/12 12/22/12

WIS.-WHITEWATER vs Tufts at Washington U. U. OF CHICAGO vs Mississippi vs Hope College

442 (17)Ziemnik, Andrew 639 (12)Zimmer, Brady (12)Reed, Kevin 807 (13)Davis, Victor 447 (15)Zimmer, Brady 642 (22)Mayberger, Michael 526 (18)Overstreet, Dylan 75 (17)Ziemnik, Andrew 175 (15)Overstreet, Dylan

L

W W W

65-71 71-62 57-67 82-63 67-50 68-67

66-67 83-80

L

W

W

12/30/12 1/2/13

at Franklin *at Wheaton College

1/5/13 1/9/13 1/12/13 1/16/13 1/19/13 1/23/13 1/26/13 1/30/16 2/2/13 2/6/13 2/9/13 2/16/13 2/19/13 2/22/13 3/2/13 3-9-13 3/16/13

*ELMHURST *AUGUSTANA *CARTHAGE *at North Park *at MILLIKIN *NORTH CENTRAL *at Elmhurst *at Augustana *WHEATON COLLEGE *NORTH PARK *at Carthage *MILLIKIN *at North Central AUGUSTANA TRANSYLVANIA at Washington U. at North Central

W W W W W W W W W W W W

W W

80-51 63-60 82-65 86-59 93-60 69-61 71-52 71-65 79-64 88-44 78-59 68-54 83-87 47-53 80-71 71-67 73-83

* - Conference game Attendance Summary

Home Away Neutral Total

Games

Attend

Avg/Game

14 12 3 29

16598 13697 697 30992

1186 1141 232 1069

L

Lot L

L

365 (18)Ziemnik, Andrew 1632 (20)Zimmer, Brady 750 1680 800 312 1025 1400 925 827 2500 385 1850 2580 1700 1475 1800 1711 2069

(15)Sodemann, Pat (19)Zimmer, Brady (20)Sodemann, Pat (22)Zimmer, Brady (19)Sodemann, Pat (19)Ziemnik, Andrew (14)Davis, Victor (20)Overstreet, Dylan (18)Ziemnik, Andrew (13)Davis, Victor (22)Reed, Kevin (14)Ziemnik, Andrew (16)Zimmer, Brady (11)Ziemnik, Andrew (23)Zimmer, Brady (16)Overstreet, Dylan (21)Davis, Victor

High Rebounds (7)Davis, Victor (8)Reed, Kevin (8)Ziemnik, Andrew (8)Reed, Kevin (10)Reed, Kevin (9)Reed, Kevin (9)Reed, Kevin (11)Reed, Kevin (8)Ziemnik, Andrew (9)Ziemnik, Andrew (7)Dortch, Eric (7)Reed, Kevin (7)Ziemnik, Andrew (9)Ziemnik, Andrew (8)Ziemnik, Andrew (8)Davis, Victor (7)Sodemann, Pat (6)Zimmer, Brady (7)Davis, Victor (11)Reed, Kevin (5)Davis, Victor (9)Reed, Kevin (16)Reed, Kevin (8)Ziemnik, Andrew (10)Reed, Kevin (6)Marietti, Mike (11)Ziemnik, Andrew (7)Davis, Victor (7)Ziemnik, Andrew (8)Ziemnik, Andrew (9)Davis, Victor (14)Reed, Kevin (8)Ziemnik, Andrew


Illinois Wesleyan Men's Basketball Illinois Wesleyan Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Nov 24, 2013) All games

Opponent

Date

Score

COE COLLEGE LORAS ILLINOIS COLLEGE at Wabash College WIS.-WHITEWATER vs Tufts at Washington U. U. OF CHICAGO vs Mississippi vs Hope College at Franklin at Wheaton College ELMHURST AUGUSTANA CARTHAGE at North Park at MILLIKIN NORTH CENTRAL at Elmhurst at Augustana WHEATON COLLEGE NORTH PARK at Carthage MILLIKIN at North Central AUGUSTANA TRANSYLVANIA at Washington U. at North Central

11/16/12 11/17/12 11/20/12 11/24/12 11/27/12 11/30/12 12/1/12 12/15/12 12/21/12 12/22/12 12/30/12 1/2/13 1/5/13 1/9/13 1/12/13 1/16/13 1/19/13 1/23/13 1/26/13 1/30/16 2/2/13 2/6/13 2/9/13 2/16/13 2/19/13 2/22/13 3/2/13 3-9-13 3/16/13

52-51 75-63 74-65 62-56 65-71 71-62 57-67 82-63 67-50 68-67 66-67 83-80 80-51 63-60 82-65 86-59 93-60 69-61 71-52 71-65 79-64 88-44 78-59 68-54 83-87 47-53 80-71 71-67 73-83

Opponent

Date

Score

COE COLLEGE LORAS ILLINOIS COLLEGE at Wabash College WIS.-WHITEWATER vs Tufts at Washington U. U. OF CHICAGO vs Mississippi vs Hope College at Franklin at Wheaton College ELMHURST AUGUSTANA CARTHAGE at North Park at MILLIKIN NORTH CENTRAL at Elmhurst at Augustana WHEATON COLLEGE NORTH PARK at Carthage MILLIKIN at North Central AUGUSTANA TRANSYLVANIA at Washington U. at North Central

11/16/12 11/17/12 11/20/12 11/24/12 11/27/12 11/30/12 12/1/12 12/15/12 12/21/12 12/22/12 12/30/12 1/2/13 1/5/13 1/9/13 1/12/13 1/16/13 1/19/13 1/23/13 1/26/13 1/30/16 2/2/13 2/6/13 2/9/13 2/16/13 2/19/13 2/22/13 3/2/13 3-9-13 3/16/13

52-51 75-63 74-65 62-56 65-71 71-62 57-67 82-63 67-50 68-67 66-67 83-80 80-51 63-60 82-65 86-59 93-60 69-61 71-52 71-65 79-64 88-44 78-59 68-54 83-87 47-53 80-71 71-67 73-83

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

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

02 OVERSTREET

04 ZIMMER,BRA

05 NELMS,BRIA

7-0-0 13-2-3 7-2-4 6-2-2 7-0-2 11-3-5 5-2-3 18-5-5 3-5-5 15-2-3 9-4-3 8-7-3 4-3-7 8-1-8 8-2-8 7-8-10 8-3-4 13-5-4 10-1-3 20-4-4 3-2-6 4-2-4 10-5-8 9-1-3 13-5-5 5-3-1 16-4-6 16-4-8 9-4-3

0-0-0 DNP 10-2-2 12-4-3 11-2-0 15-2-4 7-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1 20-2-3 14-1-0 19-6-2 10-3-2 22-2-0 7-2-1 10-6-0 DNP DNP 9-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 16-3-0 3-0-0 23-3-0 2-1-0 4-3-0

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

32 DAVIS,VICT

34 COYLE,RYAN

35 ZIEMNIK,AN

0-7-1 11-3-2 0-6-0 10-9-2 13-2-0 0-3-3 DNP 5-3-1 7-3-2 9-5-2 9-6-2 13-8-2 4-2-1 16-5-3 9-7-0 9-2-1 7-5-1 12-7-1 14-3-2 10-6-0 12-9-3 13-3-1 3-1-0 4-7-2 7-2-0 3-6-1 15-9-0 11-9-1 21-2-2

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

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

13 20 24 DOLAN,BRYC SODEMANN,P OSWALD,DAN

DNP DNP 5-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-3 0-0-2 4-2-3 4-2-1 5-2-3 6-2-1 0-0-0 DNP 3-0-0 DNP DNP 3-0-0 0-1-1 DNP 5-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 5-1-3 0-0-0 3-0-1 0-0-0 8-1-0 3-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 14-4-3 13-2-1 12-4-2 11-3-1 18-4-1 15-7-0 0-4-0 20-2-1 9-4-4 19-2-2 2-1-1 12-4-2 8-1-2 14-3-2 12-3-2 13-5-0 9-2-4 6-2-1 8-6-0 6-1-0 5-3-1 4-3-0

41 45 MUSSELMAN, MAYBERGER,

5-4-2 4-3-2 2-3-1 2-3-0 10-2-2 3-1-0 3-5-0 0-1-0 5-2-0 0-1-0 DNP 4-2-0 6-4-0 3-3-1 3-1-0 0-0-0 9-4-1 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 5-1-0 5-0-1 4-1-0 0-0-0 5-1-1 3-2-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0

3-6-0 18-2-1 7-1-2 9-3-1 7-0-0 5-0-0 22-4-2 DNP DNP DNP 5-0-2 2-7-1 5-0-3 5-5-0 8-4-1 2-5-0 5-3-2 0-0-0 5-5-1 0-0-0 3-1-0 7-5-1 12-2-2 11-4-2 3-2-2 4-2-1 0-2-1 4-0-1 0-1-0

30 DORTCH,ERI

0-0-1 6-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 5-2-0 DNP DNP DNP 3-0-1 DNP DNP 0-1-1 5-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-1-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

8-6-1 6-7-1 11-6-1 0-4-2 2-3-1 8-5-1 0-3-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 4-7-0 0-1-1 0-1-0 4-6-0 2-1-0 0-2-0 7-0-1 0-2-0 DNP 2-0-1 9-2-0 5-4-0 4-3-0 0-2-1 9-4-1 5-5-2 0-4-1 3-2-2 7-0-3 14-2-0

50 REED,KEVIN

52 MARIETTI,M

9-4-1 10-8-5 8-8-4 12-10-0 10-9-5 12-9-2 6-11-3 16-7-1 7-7-5 9-7-0 11-4-4 9-7-1 10-4-3 6-3-1 8-4-3 12-11-4 4-3-4 10-9-3 11-16-2 6-7-4 8-10-3 10-5-2 22-8-4 7-6-3 10-2-2 2-2-2 10-3-1 14-14-3 10-4-4

DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-4-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 2-1-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP 7-6-0 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0


Illinois Wesleyan Men's Basketball Illinois Wesleyan Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Nov 24, 2013) All games

Opponent

Date

Score

COE COLLEGE LORAS ILLINOIS COLLEGE at Wabash College WIS.-WHITEWATER vs Tufts at Washington U. U. OF CHICAGO vs Mississippi vs Hope College at Franklin at Wheaton College ELMHURST AUGUSTANA CARTHAGE at North Park at MILLIKIN NORTH CENTRAL at Elmhurst at Augustana WHEATON COLLEGE NORTH PARK at Carthage MILLIKIN at North Central AUGUSTANA TRANSYLVANIA at Washington U. at North Central

11/16/12 11/17/12 11/20/12 11/24/12 11/27/12 11/30/12 12/1/12 12/15/12 12/21/12 12/22/12 12/30/12 1/2/13 1/5/13 1/9/13 1/12/13 1/16/13 1/19/13 1/23/13 1/26/13 1/30/16 2/2/13 2/6/13 2/9/13 2/16/13 2/19/13 2/22/13 3/2/13 3-9-13 3/16/13

52-51 75-63 74-65 62-56 65-71 71-62 57-67 82-63 67-50 68-67 66-67 83-80 80-51 63-60 82-65 86-59 93-60 69-61 71-52 71-65 79-64 88-44 78-59 68-54 83-87 47-53 80-71 71-67 73-83

55 ANDERSON,N W W W W L W L W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W L L W W L

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


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball Individual Career History

Anderson, Nick

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

4-0 31-0 29-2 64-2

9/2.3 395/12.7 326/11.2 730/11.4

1-2 47-89 32-61 80-152

.500 .528 .525 .526

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

.000 .000 .000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

off

0-0 33-59 26-51 59-110

1 1 24 61 25 45 50 107

.000 .559 .510 .536

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

2 85 70 157

0.5 2.7 2.4 2.5

2 48 45 95

0 1 0 1

0 9 10 19

2 22 27 51

0 22 20 42

0 3 7 10

2 127 90 219

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

6 6

0.8 0.8

1 1

0 0

2 2

5 5

0 0

1 1

5 0.6 5 0.6

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

1.9 19 4.9 73 5.0 71 4.5 163

1 2 2 5

4 6 19 70 36 55 59 131

1 9 5 15

5 14 14 33

31 338 247 616

0.5 4.1 3.1 3.4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 18, Carthage -- 1/14/12 Rebounds: 7, Wheaton -- 1/4/12 Assists: 2, at Wheaton College -- 1/28/12; North Park -- 2/6/13 Steals: 2, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13 Blocks: 3, Monmouth (Ill.) -- 11/22/11; vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12 FG made: 6, Carthage -- 1/14/12 FG attempts: 9, Webster -- 12/3/11 3FG attempts: 1, Coe College -- 11/16/12 FT made: 6, Carthage -- 1/14/12 FT attempts: 7, vs Tufts -- 11/30/12; Webster -- 12/3/11

Coyle, Ryan

Season

2012-13 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

8-0 8-0

30/3.8 30/3.8

1-5 1-5

.200 .200

0-2 0-2

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

3-6 3-6

.500 .500

off

2 2

4 4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 3, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13 Rebounds: 1, 7 times Assists: 1, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13; Elmhurst -- 1/5/13 Steals: 1, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13 FG made: 1, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13 FG attempts: 2, North Park -- 2/6/13 3FG attempts: 1, Carthage -- 1/12/13; North Park -- 2/6/13 FT made: 2, at MILLIKIN -- 1/19/13 FT attempts: 4, at MILLIKIN -- 1/19/13

Davis, Victor

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

11-0 88/8.0 31-31 714/23.0 28-28 691/24.7 70-59 1493/21.3

10-15 129-256 82-210 221-481

.667 .504 .390 .459

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 21, at North Central -- 3/16/13 Rebounds: 9, 5 times Assists: 3, 4 times Steals: 3, vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12 Blocks: 1, 15 times FG made: 8, Webster -- 12/3/11; North Central -- 2/7/12 FG attempts: 17, at Wheaton College -- 1/2/13 3FG made: 3, North Central -- 1/23/13; Augustana -- 1/9/13 3FG attempts: 6, at North Central -- 3/16/13 FT made: 8, at Elmhurst -- 1/26/13 FT attempts: 9, at Elmhurst -- 1/26/13; at North Park -- 1/7/12 ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Defense rebound avg: 19th (3.1) Offense rebound avg: 20th (1.4)

3-Point fg-fga

1-2 18-62 25-74 44-138

pct

.500 .290 .338 .319

F-Throws ft-fta pct

10-13 62-87 58-82 130-182

.769 .713 .707 .714

off

6 15 52 100 38 102 96 217

21 152 140 313

2.8 10.9 8.8 8.8


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball Individual Career History

Dolan, Bryce

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2012-13 TOTAL

22-0 22-0

232/10.5 232/10.5

21-59 21-59

.356 .356

3-Point fg-fga

14-47 14-47

pct

F-Throws ft-fta pct

off

.298 .298

4-4 1.000 4-4 1.000

1 1

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

13 13

14 14

0.6 0.6

17 17

0 0

18 18

12 12

0 0

5 5

60 2.7 60 2.7

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

1.2 8 2.7 64 3.1 51 2.7 123

0 1 0 1

3 21 20 44

5 38 34 77

4 15 13 32

0 20 14 34

13 93 113 219

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 8, Augustana -- 2/22/13 Rebounds: 2, 4 times Assists: 3, 4 times Steals: 2, Millikin -- 2/16/13 FG made: 3, Augustana -- 2/22/13 FG attempts: 6, vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12 3FG made: 2, vs Hope College -- 12/22/12; Augustana -- 2/22/13 3FG attempts: 5, vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12; Millikin -- 2/16/13 FT made: 2, at Washington U. -- 12/1/12; U. of Chicago -- 12/15/12 FT attempts: 2, at Washington U. -- 12/1/12; U. of Chicago -- 12/15/12

Dortch, Eric

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

9-0 31-3 28-5 68-8

49/5.4 387/12.5 424/15.1 860/12.6

3-7 30-75 43-76 76-158

.429 .400 .566 .481

0-0 1-6 0-1 1-7

.000 .167 .000 .143

F-Throws ft-fta pct

off

7-10 32-58 27-57 66-125

2 9 31 52 36 51 69 112

.700 .552 .474 .528

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 14, at North Central -- 3/16/13 Rebounds: 8, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11 Assists: 3, 4 times Steals: 3, at Augustana -- 1/31/12; Coe College -- 11/16/12 Blocks: 2, 4 times FG made: 6, at North Central -- 3/16/13 FG attempts: 7, Illinois College -- 11/20/12; Monmouth (Ill.) -- 11/22/11 3FG made: 1, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11 3FG attempts: 1, 7 times FT made: 4, 5 times FT attempts: 6, vs Hope College -- 12/22/12; Transylvania -- 3/2/13

Mahlke, Rob SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

11 83 87 181

1.4 3.0 4.0 3.2


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball Individual Career History

Marietti, Mike

Season

2012-13 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

9-0 9-0

39/4.3 39/4.3

6-7 6-7

.857 .857

3-Point fg-fga

pct

F-Throws ft-fta pct

1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000

1-3 1-3

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

10 10

14 14

1.6 1.6

5 5

0 0

1 1

1 1

4 4

0 0

14 1.6 14 1.6

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

7 18 25

3 46 49

10 64 74

1.4 2.5 2.2

3 47 50

0 1 1

3 26 29

3 27 30

0 4 4

0 8 8

2 0.3 152 5.8 154 4.7

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

21 39 60

1.7 1.7 1.7

11 35 46

0 0 0

8 11 19

8 23 31

0 1 1

0 2 2

40 2.9 84 3.2 124 3.1

off

.333 .333

4 4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 7, North Park -- 2/6/13 Rebounds: 6, North Park -- 2/6/13 Assists: 1, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13 Blocks: 2, North Park -- 2/6/13 FG made: 3, North Park -- 2/6/13 FG attempts: 3, North Park -- 2/6/13 3FG made: 1, North Park -- 2/6/13 3FG attempts: 1, North Park -- 2/6/13 FT made: 1, Elmhurst -- 1/5/13 FT attempts: 2, Elmhurst -- 1/5/13

Mayberger, Michael

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

7-0 26-0 33-0

28/4.0 351/13.5 379/11.5

1-5 49-100 50-105

.200 .490 .476

3-Point fg-fga

0-1 28-58 28-59

pct

.000 .483 .475

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-0 26-39 26-39

.000 .667 .667

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 22, at Washington U. -- 12/1/12 Rebounds: 7, at Wheaton College -- 1/2/13 Assists: 3, Elmhurst -- 1/5/13 Steals: 1, 9 times Blocks: 2, at Washington U. -- 12/1/12 FG made: 8, at Washington U. -- 12/1/12 FG attempts: 13, at Washington U. -- 12/1/12 3FG made: 5, at Washington U. -- 12/1/12 3FG attempts: 9, at Washington U. -- 12/1/12 FT made: 4, Illinois College -- 11/20/12 FT attempts: 5, at Wabash College -- 11/24/12

Musselman, Parker

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

14-0 26-0 40-0

83/5.9 234/9.0 317/7.9

12-23 28-53 40-76

.522 .528 .526

3-Point fg-fga

5-8 13-27 18-35

pct

.625 .481 .514

F-Throws ft-fta pct

11-18 15-26 26-44

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 13, at Elmhurst -- 1/21/12 Rebounds: 5, at Elmhurst -- 1/21/12; at Washington U. -- 12/1/12 Assists: 3, Webster -- 12/3/11 Steals: 1, Elmhurst -- 1/5/13; Coe College -- 11/16/12 Blocks: 1, Coe College -- 11/16/12 FG made: 4, at MILLIKIN -- 1/19/13; at Elmhurst -- 1/21/12; Wis.-Whitewater -- 11/27/12 FG attempts: 6, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11 3FG made: 2, at Elmhurst -- 1/21/12; Wis.-Whitewater -- 11/27/12 3FG attempts: 3, 4 times FT made: 4, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11 FT attempts: 6, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11

.611 .577 .591

off

3 5 8

24 44 68


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball Individual Career History

Nelms, Brian

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

2012-13 TOTAL

12-0 12-0

56/4.7 56/4.7

1-7 1-7

.143 .143

0-1 0-1

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

4-6 4-6

.667 .667

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

2 2

0.2 0.2

2 2

0 0

9 9

9 9

0 0

2 2

6 0.5 6 0.5

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

3 8 5 16

3 11 5 19

0.6 0.7 0.6 0.6

1 6 4 11

0 0 0 0

1 4 4 9

1 2 3 6

0 0 0 0

0 2 0 2

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

2 21 23

5 70 75

0.6 3.1 2.5

3 47 50

0 6 1 130 1 136

4 78 82

0 2 2

3 22 25

22 2.0 272 9.4 294 7.4

off

0 0

Rebounds def tot

2 2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, at MILLIKIN -- 1/19/13; U. of Chicago -- 12/15/12; North Park -- 2/6/13 Rebounds: 1, at Elmhurst -- 1/26/13; North Park -- 2/6/13 Assists: 3, North Park -- 2/6/13 Steals: 1, at MILLIKIN -- 1/19/13; vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12 FG made: 1, U. of Chicago -- 12/15/12 FG attempts: 2, Coe College -- 11/16/12; Loras -- 11/17/12 3FG attempts: 1, Coe College -- 11/16/12 FT made: 2, at MILLIKIN -- 1/19/13; North Park -- 2/6/13 FT attempts: 4, at MILLIKIN -- 1/19/13

Oswald, Daniel

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2009-10 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

5-0 16-0 9-0 30-0

16/3.2 91/5.7 63/7.0 170/5.7

1-8 22-43 7-20 30-71

.125 .512 .350 .423

3-Point fg-fga

1-2 15-31 5-15 21-48

pct

F-Throws ft-fta pct

off

.500 .484 .333 .438

0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-1 .000 2-3 .667

0 3 0 3

3 61 19 83

0.6 3.8 2.1 2.8

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 16, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11 Rebounds: 3, Monmouth (Ill.) -- 11/22/11; at UW-Whitewater -- 11/30/11 Assists: 1, 10 times Steals: 2, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11 FG made: 6, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11 FG attempts: 8, Monmouth (Ill.) -- 11/22/11 3FG made: 4, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11; at MILLIKIN -- 2/14/12 3FG attempts: 5, vs MacMurray College -- 11/18/11; at MILLIKIN -- 2/14/12 FT made: 2, at Ripon College -- 11/26/11 FT attempts: 2, at Ripon College -- 11/26/11

Overstreet, Dylan

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

11-0 29-29 40-29

44/4.0 939/32.4 983/24.6

9-12 90-206 99-218

.750 .437 .454

3-Point fg-fga

4-5 28-79 32-84

pct

.800 .354 .381

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-0 64-86 64-86

.000 .744 .744

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 20, at Augustana -- 01/30/13; at Augustana -- 1/30/16 Rebounds: 8, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13 Assists: 10, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13 Steals: 3, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13 Blocks: 1, at Augustana -- 01/30/13; at Augustana -- 1/30/16; vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12 FG made: 8, at Augustana -- 01/30/13; at Augustana -- 1/30/16 FG attempts: 14, U. of Chicago -- 12/15/12 3FG made: 4, vs Hope College -- 12/22/12 3FG attempts: 6, U. of Chicago -- 12/15/12; vs Hope College -- 12/22/12 FT made: 6, Carthage -- 1/12/13 FT attempts: 7, at Augustana -- 01/30/13; at Augustana -- 1/30/16 SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Assists: t-12th (130 in 2012-13)

7 91 98


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball Individual Career History

Reed, Kevin

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

6-0 23/3.8 4-2 28/7.0 31-31 690/22.3 29-28 709/24.4 70-61 1450/20.7

6-7 2-7 119-200 114-204 241-418

.857 .286 .595 .559 .577

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

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-0 0-0 33-66 51-97 84-163

off

Rebounds def tot

.000 2 7 .000 3 5 .500 59 127 .526 72 130 .515 136 269

9 8 186 202 405

avg

pf

1.5 2 2.0 4 6.0 90 7.0 77 5.8 173

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

0 1 3 0 2 4 1 51 46 4 79 51 5 133 104

1 1 18 29 49

0 0 27 22 49

12 4 271 279 566

fo

ast

2.0 1.0 8.7 9.6 8.1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 22, at Carthage -- 2-9-13; at Carthage -- 2/9/13 Rebounds: 16, at Elmhurst -- 1/26/13 Assists: 6, vs Cabrini -- 3/16/12 Steals: 4, vs Bethany College -- 12/29/11 Blocks: 4, U. of Chicago -- 12/15/12 FG made: 10, at Carthage -- 2-9-13; at Carthage -- 2/9/13 FG attempts: 14, vs Tufts -- 11/30/12 3FG attempts: 1, Washington U. (Mo.) -- 12/17/11 FT made: 6, Wheaton College -- 2/2/13 FT attempts: 8, Wheaton College -- 2/2/13 ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Offense rebound avg: 6th (1.9) Defense rebound avg: 8th (3.8) Offensive rebounds: 15th (136) Defensive rebounds: 19th (269)

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Offensive rebounds: 10th (72 in 2012-13) Offense rebound avg: 10th (2.5 in 2012-13) Blocked shots: 12th (29 in 2012-13) Defensive rebounds: 17th (130 in 2012-13) Offensive rebounds: t-17th (59 in 2011-12) Defensive rebounds: 20th (127 in 2011-12)

Sodemann, Pat

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2012-13 TOTAL

22-22 22-22

545/24.8 545/24.8

69-159 69-159

.434 .434

3-Point fg-fga

35-85 35-85

pct

.412 .412

F-Throws ft-fta pct

57-66 57-66

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 20, Carthage -- 1/12/13 Rebounds: 7, Elmhurst -- 1/5/13 Assists: 4, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13; Millikin -- 2/16/13 Steals: 3, vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12 Blocks: 1, at Elmhurst -- 1/26/13 FG made: 6, Carthage -- 1/12/13; at MILLIKIN -- 1/19/13; at Wheaton College -- 1/2/13 FG attempts: 11, 4 times 3FG made: 5, Elmhurst -- 1/5/13 3FG attempts: 8, vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12; Augustana -- 2/22/13 FT made: 6, at Wheaton College -- 1/2/13; vs Hope College -- 12/22/12 FT attempts: 6, at Wheaton College -- 1/2/13; vs Hope College -- 12/22/12 ALL-TIME RANKINGS: 3-point FG percentage: 12th (.412)

.864 .864

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

14 14

56 56

3.2 3.2

38 38

0 0

30 30

30 30

1 1

12 12

230 10.5 230 10.5

70 70


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball Individual Career History

Ziemnik, Andrew

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

12-0 130/10.8 31-0 616/19.9 29-29 824/28.4 72-29 1570/21.8

12-29 74-174 105-241 191-444

.414 .425 .436 .430

3-Point fg-fga

2-7 20-62 32-112 54-181

F-Throws ft-fta pct

pct

.286 .323 .286 .298

15-22 62-83 77-107 154-212

off

Rebounds def tot

.682 11 10 .747 50 80 .720 54 126 .726 115 216

21 130 180 331

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

1.8 16 4.2 70 6.2 70 4.6 156

0 0 0 0

6 34 40 80

5 25 41 71

4 6 6 16

1 5 14 20

41 230 319 590

avg

3.4 7.4 11.0 8.2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 19, North Central -- 1/23/13 Rebounds: 11, at Carthage -- 2-9-13; at Carthage -- 2/9/13 Assists: 5, Transylvania -- 3/2/13 Steals: 2, Wheaton -- 1/4/12; vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12; at Washington U. -- 3-9-13 Blocks: 3, vs Wittenberg Univ. -- 03/10/12 FG made: 6, 5 times FG attempts: 14, Coe College -- 11/16/12 3FG made: 5, vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12 3FG attempts: 8, vs Mississippi -- 12/21/12 FT made: 8, U. of Chicago -- 12/15/12 FT attempts: 9, U. of Chicago -- 12/15/12; at Franklin -- 12/30/12 ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Offense rebound avg: 14th (1.6) Offensive rebounds: 19th (115) Defense rebound avg: 20th (3.0)

Zimmer, Brady

Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2010-11 2012-13 TOTAL

8-0 20-2 28-2

27/3.4 363/18.2 390/13.9

1-5 62-106 63-111

.200 .585 .568

3-Point fg-fga

1-2 22-40 23-42

pct

.500 .550 .548

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-1 68-83 68-84

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 23, Transylvania -- 3/2/13 Rebounds: 6, North Central -- 1/23/13; Augustana -- 1/9/13 Assists: 4, vs Tufts -- 11/30/12 Steals: 3, at Wabash College -- 11/24/12 Blocks: 1, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13; Elmhurst -- 1/5/13 FG made: 8, Augustana -- 1/9/13 FG attempts: 10, Transylvania -- 3/2/13 3FG made: 4, Transylvania -- 3/2/13 3FG attempts: 6, Transylvania -- 3/2/13 FT made: 9, at North Park -- 01/16/13; at North Park -- 1/16/13; Transylvania -- 3/2/13 FT attempts: 11, at North Central -- 2/19/13

.000 .819 .810

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

0 12 12

3 32 35

0.4 2.2 1.7

3 31 34

0 1 1

1 18 19

0 37 37

0 2 2

1 9 10

3 0.4 214 10.7 217 7.8

3 44 47


Titans in Pro Basketball Jack Sikma, IWU’s all-time leading scorer, was the first small college athlete to be inducted into the Academic All-America Hall of Fame. Sikma had a 14-year career in the National Basketball Association with the Seattle SuperSonics and the Milwaukee Bucks. Sikma, now a businessman in the Seattle area and an assistant coach with the Sonics, finished his NBA career with 17,287 points and 10,816 rebounds in 1,107 games. A seven-time all-star, Sikma was the first NBA center to lead the league in free throw shooting, making 92.2 per cent of his charity tosses in 1987-88 for the Bucks. He is currently an assistant coach with the NBA Houston Rockets. An early Titan to play pro basketball was Harold Dembo, who played two games for the Chicago Bruins (owned by football Hall of Famer George Halas) in the 1939-40 National Basketball League season. Dembo scored two points on one field goal. Zach Freeman, a 2007 graduate, played in Germany for the Hagen Phoenix and Keelan Amelianovich, a 2006 All-American, played with Cibo Lliria in Spain in 2006-07. Bryan Crabtree, the 1997 NCAA Division III “Player of the Year”, played for several seasons in Portugal, Germany and the Czech Republic. Other recent IWU players Jeff Kuehl (1990 grad) and David Caldwell (1991) also played professional basketball in foreign lands — Kuehl in Germany and Caldwell in Australia.

In The Polls The Titans were picked to finish first in the CCIW 2013-14 preseason coaches’ poll and were No. 2 in the preseason poll done by D3hoops.com, No. 3 in the Division III preseaon rankings done by veteran writer Chuck Mistovich in 2013 Sporting News College Basketball Annual Magazine and No. 7 in the 2013 DIII News Preseason Top 25.. The Titans’ 2012-13 rankings are broken down in a week-by-week basis below. D3hoops.com Preseason 8 November 27 7 December 3 17 December 10 18 December 17 17 January 2 25 January 8 22 January 15 18 January 22 16 January 29 12 February 4 9 February 11 4 February 18 3

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Yearly Records, Coaches, Captains SEASON............REC................. CCIW REC........ PLACE........................ COACH........................................................................................................ CAPTAINS 1909-10...............3-2............................................................................................. No Coach....................................................................................................................F.R. Kerley 1910-11...............15-4........................................................................................... Fred Muhl............................................................................................................ Arch Schaeffer 1911-12*..............14-3........................................................................................... Fred Muhl................................................................................................................. Fred Young 1912-13...............11-6........................................................................................... Fred Muhl.........................................................................................................George Hinshaw 1913-14*..............14-5........................................................................................... Fred Muhl........................................................................................................J. Norman Elliott 1914-15...............8-7............................................................................................. Fred Muhl.................................................................................................................Harlan Hart 1915-16...............15-4........................................................................................... Fred Muhl........................................................................................................J. Norman Elliott 1916-17...............7-9............................................................................................. Fred Muhl..........................................................................................................Howard Millard 1917-18...............11-4........................................................................................... Fred Muhl.....................................................................................................Harlow Sutherland 1918-19*..............15-4........................................................................................... Fred Muhl............................................................................................................Russell Strange 1919-20...............7-8............................................................................................. Fred Muhl............................................................................................................Russell Strange 1920-21...............12-8........................................................................................... Fred Muhl.................................................................................................................Irv Pennock 1921-22...............15-7........................................................................................... Byron Wimberly............................................................................................ Frenchy Haussler 1922-23*..............15-4........................................................................................... Byron Wimberly...................................................................................................... Frank Finks 1923-24...............16-4........................................................................................... Clarence Cartwright...........................................................................................Tommy Oliver 1924-25...............12-7........................................................................................... Wally Roettger....................................................................................................Ross Anderson 1925-26*..............14-4........................................................................................... Wally Roettger....................................................................................................Ross Anderson 1926-27*..............14-2........................................................................................... Wally Roettger.......................................................................................................... Eldon Volk 1927-28*..............13-1........................................................................................... Wally Roettger.................................................................................................. Hugo Lindquist 1928-29*..............9-4............................................................................................. Wally Roettger............................................................................................................ Fritz Rhea 1929-30...............10-5........................................................................................... Wally Roettger............................................................................................................. Joe Baker 1930-31...............8-10........................................................................................... Wally Roettger.......................................................................................................Billy Meehan 1931-32...............8-7............................................................................................. Wally Roettger........................................................................................................John Callans 1932-33...............12-5........................................................................................... Wally Roettger..................................................................................................Barney Munday 1933-34...............14-5........................................................................................... Wally Roettger.......................................................................................................Tony Blazine 1934-35...............10-7........................................................................................... Wally Roettger, Fred Parker............................................................................Willard Benson 1935-36*..............20-0........................................................................................... Harry Bell....................................................................................................... Jack Horenberger 1936-37...............12-5........................................................................................... Harry Bell...............................................................................................................John Wallace 1937-38...............8-14........................................................................................... Harry Bell....................................................................................... George Ruff. Ken Chittum 1938-39...............11-12........................................................................................ Harry Bell....................................................................................George Walker, Frank Soeka 1939-40...............17-5........................................................................................... Bob Voigts............................................................................................................... Frank Soeka 1940-41...............8-11........................................................................................... Bob Voigts.................................................................................. Harry Anderson, Ed Quigley 1941-42...............4-18........................................................................................... Don Drumm..........................................................................................................Bob Crabtree 1942-43...............7-14........................................................................................... Jack Horenberger................................................................................................Clyde Buettner 1943-44...............1-14........................................................................................... Cecil Russell.............................................................................................Wallace Waddington 1944-45...............8-8............................................................................................. Mel Brewer............................................................................................................Hank Bennett 1945-46...............10-8........................................................................................... Jack Horenberger..................................................................................................Hank Bennett 1946-47...............8-9...................... 6-4......................... T4................................... Jack Horenberger............................................................................................. Harry Anderson 1947-48...............11-9.................... 4-6......................... T5................................... Jack Horenberger.............................................................................................Jim Hershbarger 1948-49*..............19-6.................... 9-1......................... 1...................................... Jack Horenberger................................................................................................... None elected 1949-50...............12-11................. 7-3......................... 2...................................... Jack Horenberger....................................................................................................Fran Somers 1950-51...............16-8.................... 7-3......................... T2................................... Jack Horenberger................................................................................. John Lane, Steve Zebos 1951-52...............11-10................. 5-5......................... 5...................................... Jack Horenberger..............................................................................................Bob Hildebrand 1952-53...............15-5.................... 7-2......................... T2................................... Jack Horenberger................................................................................................... None elected 1953-54*..............17-10................. 10-2....................... 1...................................... Jack Horenberger............................................ Earl Neeman, Fran Conlee, Howie Berggren 1954-55...............16-10................. 8-4......................... 3...................................... Jack Horenberger...................................................................................................Glen Newton 1955-56...............14-9.................... 10-4....................... 2...................................... Jack Horenberger......................................................................Glen Newton, Teddy Winkles 1956-57...............7-15.................... 7-7......................... T4................................... Jack Horenberger.......................................................................................... Chuck Hohlfelder 1957-58...............8-14.................... 7-7......................... T4................................... Jack Horenberger.................................................................................................. Dean Padgett 1958-59...............6-18.................... 6-8......................... T4................................... Jack Horenberger.................................................................................................Dennis Mattix 1959-60*..............9-10.................... 9-3......................... T1................................... Jack Horenberger............................................................................................... Dennie Bridges 1960-61*..............17-11................. 7-3......................... 1...................................... Jack Horenberger............................................................................................... Dennie Bridges 1961-62*..............17-10................. 11-1....................... 1...................................... Jack Horenberger...............................................................................................Jon Hawthorne 1962-63...............14-9.................... 8-6......................... T3................................... Jack Horenberger.................................................................................................... Jerry Wisted 1963-64*..............12-10................. 9-3......................... T1................................... Jack Horenberger................................................................................................Vic Armstrong 1964-65*..............18-6.................... 12-0....................... 1...................................... Jack Horenberger.....................................................................................................Jim Hedrick 1965-66*..............21-10................. 10-2....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges.......................................................................................................Jim Gresham 1966-67*..............15-11................. 10-2....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges........................................................................................................... Steve Laub 1967-68...............11-14................. 10-6....................... T4................................... Dennie Bridges.......................................................................................................Dennis Kagel 1968-69...............11-15................. 8-8......................... T4................................... Dennie Bridges.......................................................................................................Dennis Kagel 1969-70*..............21-4.................... 16-0....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges...................................................................................................Tom Gramkow 1970-71*..............19-8.................... 12-4....................... T1................................... Dennie Bridges........................................................................................... Sheldon Thompson 1971-72...............18-7.................... 12-4....................... T2................................... Dennie Bridges..........................................................................................................Stan Broers 1972-73...............15-9.................... 10-6....................... T2................................... Dennie Bridges.........................................................................................................Don Wright 1973-74...............12-12................. 10-6....................... 3...................................... Dennie Bridges....................................................................................... Dan Hiser, Curt Nord 1974-75*..............23-7.................... 14-2....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges.........................................................................................................Bruce Foote 1975-76*..............23-7.................... 15-1....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges................................................................................... Bruce Foote. Jack Sikma 1976-77*..............25-6.................... 15-1....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges...........................................................................................................Jack Sikma 1977-78...............13-11................. 11-5....................... 3...................................... Dennie Bridges....................................................................................................Chris Eldredge 1978-79...............14-11................. 9-7......................... 5...................................... Dennie Bridges......................................................................................................... Dave Pavlik


SEASON............REC................. CCIW REC........ PLACE........................ COACH........................................................................................................ CAPTAINS 1979-80...............17-11................. 11-5....................... T3................................... Dennie Bridges.............................................................................................................Greg Yess 1980-81...............15-11................. 11-5....................... T2................................... Dennie Bridges.............................................................................................................Greg Yess 1981-82*..............20-8.................... 13-3....................... T1................................... Dennie Bridges.............................................................................................................Greg Yess 1982-83...............17-11................. 11-5....................... T2................................... Dennie Bridges...................................................................................................Brad Gregurich 1983-84*..............17-11................. 14-2....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges....................................................................................................Blaise Bugajski 1984-85...............10-17................. 8-8......................... 5...................................... Dennie Bridges.......................................................................................................... Tom Baffes 1985-86*..............19-10................. 14-2....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges........................................................................................................Dwight Zivo 1986-87...............17-10................. 12-4....................... T2................................... Dennie Bridges....................................................................... Eric Bridges, Keith Luechtefeld 1987-88*..............24-5.................... 15-1....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges..................................................................................................... Brian Coderre 1988-89...............12-14................. 7-9......................... T4................................... Dennie Bridges..................................................................................................... Matt Chadesh 1989-90...............22-9.................... 14-2....................... 2...................................... Dennie Bridges.......................................................................... Jeff Kuehl, Mark Edmundson 1990-91*..............18-9.................... 15-1....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges..................................................................................Dave Kunka, Jason Jones 1991-92*..............22-6.................... 14-2....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges........................................................................................................ Dave Kunka 1992-93...............16-9.................... 9-5......................... 2...................................... Dennie Bridges...................................................... S. Kuehl, B. Martin, D. Kunka, S. Czirjak 1993-94*..............19-8.................... 11-3....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges......................................................................John Lipic, Mike Groenenboom 1994-95*..............24-4.................... 13-1....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges.............................................................................. Mark Aubry, Chad Hutson 1995-96...............28-3.................... 12-2....................... 2...................................... Dennie Bridges............................................................................. Chris Simich, Brady Knight 1996-97*..............29-2.................... 13-1....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges................................................................................................... Bryan Crabtree 1997-98*..............22-5.................... 13-1....................... 1...................................... Dennie Bridges..................................................................................................Andrew Boyden 1998-99...............17-9.................... 10-4....................... 2...................................... Dennie Bridges................................................................. Andrew Boyden, Nathan Hubbard 1999-00...............17-8.................... 9-5......................... 3...................................... Dennie Bridges.........................................................................................................Korey Coon 2000-01...............24-7.................... 10-4....................... 3...................................... Dennie Bridges.....................................................................................................Adam Osborn 2001-02...............12-12................. 6-8......................... T4................................... Scott Trost......................................................................................................... Ryan McCreery 2002-03 *............22-6.................... 11-3....................... T1................................... Scott Trost............................................................................... John Camardella, Luke Kasten 2003-04 *............21-7.................... 12-2....................... 1...................................... Scott Trost................................................................................................................... Jim Lehan 2004-05 *............21-5.................... 12-2....................... 1...................................... Scott Trost.............................................Keelan Amelianovich, Adam Dauksas, Cory Jones 2005-06...............25-7.................... 9-5......................... T3................................... Scott Trost.............................................Keelan Amelianovich, Adam Dauksas, Cory Jones 2006-07...............11-14................. 4-10....................... 7...................................... Ron Rose..............................................................................Andrew Freeman, Zach Freeman 2007-08...............16-11................. 9-5......................... T2................................... Ron Rose.................................................................................. Darius Gant, Andrew Gilmore 2008-09...............13-12................. 5-9......................... 5...................................... Ron Rose................................................................................... Brett Chamernik, Sean Dwyer 2009-10...............23-8.................... 10-4....................... T2................................... Ron Rose................................................................................................................... Sean Dwyer 2010-11...............20-9.................... 9-5......................... 4...................................... Ron Rose................................................... Sean Johnson, Doug Sexauer, Travis Rosenkranz 2011-12...............23-8.................... 10-4....................... 3...................................... Ron Rose.............................................................................................................Jordan Zimmer 2012-13 *............23-6.................... 13-1....................... 1...................................... Ron Rose........................................................................................Kevin Reed, Daniel Oswald *—Conference championship teams.

All-Time Scores, Coaches, Captains 1909-10 (3-2) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: F.R. Kerley Illinois State 32-41 Millikin 55-17 Eureka 21-20 Millikin Knox 35-20 1910-11 (15-4) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: Arch Schaeffer Pontiac YMCA 28-20 Eureka 66-26 Illinois State 25-28 Millikin 28-16 Knox 18-52 Lombard 28-27 Illinois College 31-16 Lincoln 35-19 Millikin 28-16 Illinois College 53-3 Bradley 13-31 Lake Forest 26-20 Millikin 26-23 Lombard 41-30 Hedding 49-29 Millikin 20-32 Illinois College 31-24 Illinois State 20-8 Bradley 22-19 1911-12 (14-3)

Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: Fred Young Eureka 41-27 Lake Forest 23-36 DePaul 35-25 Lake Forest 15-25 Illinois State 29-28 Millikin 30-26 Lombard 46-33 William & Vashti 45-36 Bradley 23-19 Millikin 13-29 Shurtleff 27-25 Lombard 23-19 Illinois State 31-22 Hedding 20-10 Lombard 23-13 Shurtleff 36-21 Millikin 18-8 1912-13 (11-6) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: George Hinshaw Illinois 13-18 Charleston 72-17 Illinois State 11-18 Bradley 31-16 Millikin 25-22 Illinois College 22-18 Christian Brothers 37-32 Eastern Illinois 38-22 Christian Brothers 39-14 Millikin 18-22

Shurtleff 49-21 Bradley 17-23 Illinois State 17-23 William & Vashti 62-16 Illinois College 18-12 Millikin 28-25 Bradley 17-18 1913-14 (14-5) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: J.Norman Elliott Eureka 84-13 Illinois State 29-23 Lincoln 47-20 Illinois State 39-11 Millikin 36-19 William & Vashti 56-17 Millikin 22-28 McKendree 62-22 Illinois State 15-38 Bradley 21-19 Lincoln 32-23 Illinois College 27-29 McKendree 13-31 Millikin 19-35 Eastern Illinois 65-14 McKendree 44-31 Bradley 50-24 Hedding 61-23 Illinois State 40-26 1914-15 (8-7) Coach: Fred Muhl

Captain: Harlan Hart Illinois 39-50 Illinois State 19-10 Lincoln 41-21 Illinois College 23-34 Augustana 30-34 William & Vashti 21-23 Hedding 19-29 Millikin 32-24 Augustana 36-27 Hedding 43-28 Lincoln 28-26 Millikin 26-27 Illinois College 28-20 Augustana 36-17 Bradley 24-27 1915-16 (15-4) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: J. Norman Elliott Lincoln 57-8 Illinois 18-25 Charleston 33-16 Millikin 27-26 Bradley 18-17 Millikin 32-26 McKendree 29-23 Millikin 16-23 Illinois College 30-22 McKendree 37-20 Blackburn 34-20 Lincoln 64-6 Bradley 40-36

Illinois State 36-18 Illinois College 41-15 Illinois State 31-19 Bradley 25-16 Millikin 11-19 Bradley 23-24 1916-17 (7-9) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: Howard Millard Illinois College 41-31 Eureka 26-21 Wabash 20-32 Monmouth 36-31 Illinois State 20-32 Bradley 33-20 Millikin 19-21 Eastern Illinois 25-23 Rose Polytech 32-26 Augustana 38-40 Augustana 23-24 Millikin 20-34 Bradley 14-18 Illinois State 27-7 Eureka 20-32 Millikin 19-35 1917-18 (11-4) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: Harlow Sutherland Eureka 27-30 Millikin 36-18 Bradley 42-19


Illinois State 32-15 Eastern Illinois 51-25 Bradley 31-14 Augustana 34-25 Illinois College 39-23 Millikin 15-19 Eastern Illinois 44-24 Illinois State 17-15 Lombard 17-12 Millikin 28-23 Eureka 20-38 Millikin 20-23 1918-19 (15-4) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: Russell Strange Eureka 18-12 Augustana 26-13 Bradley 10-18 Millikin 19-32 Illinois State 22-7 Eureka 31-21 Eastern Illinois 38-21 Sparks 29-28 Eastern Illinois 18-19 Augustana 35-30 Illinois State 27-20 Illinois College 39-6 Bradley 30-23 Millikin 11-30 Millikin 30-24 Augustana 31-10 Illinois State 26-25 Eureka 29-21 Millikin 17-15 1919-20 (6-9) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: Russell Strange Eureka 35-18 Augustana 27-28 Eastern Illinois 25-24 Millikin 10-39 Bradley 16-22 Illinois State 22-25 Bradley 14-13 Eureka 10-19 Augustana 20-31 Illinois State 25-17 Millikin 21-23 Lombard 26-35 Hedding 34-27 Eureka 40-27 Augustana 23-24 1920-21 (12-8) Coach: Fred Muhl Captain: Irv Pennock Northwestern 18-14 Armour 36-13 Nebraska 17-30 Augustana 20-26 Eureka 26-22 Augustana 24-29 Illinois State 25-24 Northwestern 20-17 Millikin 25-29 Knox 21-23 Knox 26-22 Millikin 16-21 Armour 41-29 Eureka 32-23 Illinois State 36-31 Northwestern 38-27 Monmouth 32-21 Lombard 40-22 Millikin 13-21 Augustana 26-42 1921-22 (15-7) Coach: Byron Wimberly Captain: Frenchy Haussler Illinois 19-35 Colgate 20-16 Eureka 25-7 Northern Illinois 22-13

Illinois State 37-18 Arkansas 33-22 Lombard 29-38 Illinois College 44-26 Millikin 26-27 Monmouth 32-22 Bradley 23-32 Knox 25-13 Augustana 18-25 Millikin 22-19 Eureka 23-16 Illinois State 29-16 Illinois College 38-26 Lombard 23-24 Bradley 29-16 Augustana 29-16 Wabash 16-39 Alumni 31-27 1922-23 (15-4) Coach: Byron Wimberly Captain: Frank Finks Notre Dame 25-32 American Legion 36-19 Concordia Seminary 20-36 Shurtleff 42-7 Northern Illinois 32-21 Lake Forest 28-16 Illinois College 41-8 Augustana 31-16 Millikin 25-16 Illinois State 23-14 Bradley 22-15 Knox 27-20 Millikin 24-31 Augustana 38-23 Illinois State 26-29 Lake Forest 32-30 Monmouth 24-17 St. Viator’s 30-17 Bradley 35-24 1923-24 (16-4) Coach: Clarence Cartwright Captain: Tommy Oliver Butler 19-51 YMCA 27-15 Illinois State 17-9 Shurtleff 58-18 Eureka 33-13 Lincoln 43-16 Bradley 22-20 Knox 16-30 Lombard 21-28 Millikin 25-21 McKendree 38-18 Lake Forest 41-18 Northwestern 45-19 Lake Forest 28-22 St. Viator’s 27-23 Millikin 27-21 Illinois State 40-13 Eureka 20-22 Bradley 37-21 St. Viator’s 25-23 1924-25 (12-7) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: Ross Anderson Lincoln 25-14 Cornell 23-9 Lincoln 33-21 Alumni 33-15 Eureka 17-27 Bradley 20-19 Augustana 25-22 Monmouth 36-28 Eureka 26-14 Monmouth 27-28 Lombard 21-28 Millikin 23-30 Augustana 18-26 St. Viator’s 32-28 Bradley 26-33 Illinois State 45-12 Millikin 31-19

St. Viator’s Illinois State

21-26 22-21

1925-26 (14-4) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: Ross Anderson Lincoln 32-30 Cornell 28-19 DePauw 20-37 Knox 42-18 Lake Forest 41-21 Augustana 42-30 Millikin 19-20 Northwestern 35-20 Bradley 27-30 Bradley 30-24 Illinois State 35-22 Illinois College 28-23 Carthage 27-21 Eureka 21-22 Millikin 41-28 Eureka 37-32 Illinois State 28-22 Lincoln 25-22 1926-27 (13-2) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: Eldon Volk Chicago Tech 61-7 Butler 21-27 Millikin 26-21 Lincoln 33-23 Eureka 32-23 Illinois State 37-22 Eureka 30-28 Bradley 26-23 Carthage 56-28 Millikin 39-26 Knox 40-23 Monmouth 31-13 Bradley 30-31 Lincoln 36-34 Illinois State 45-22 1927-28 (13-1) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: Hugo Lindquist Notre Dame 23-40 DePauw 25-23 Millikin 24-15 Monmouth 36-18 Eureka 42-22 Lincoln 46-32 Eureka 33-21 Illinois State 53-11 Lincoln 56-27 Bradley 34-28 Augustana 37-8 Bradley 30-22 Illinois State 40-19 Millikin 41-25 1928-29 (9-4) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: Fritz Rhea Concordia 37-18 North Dakota 38-40 Fargo 37-22 DePauw 20-15 Lincoln 42-26 Millikin 21-16 St. Viator’s 31-22 Bradley 30-36 Illinois State 29-21 St. Viator’s 20-23 Eureka 34-21 Bradley 34-42 Illinois State 26-18 1929-30 (10-5) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: Joe Baker Marquette 25-18 North Central 27-14 DePauw 29-28 Lombard 24-20

Millikin 27-30 St. Viator’s 23-14 Illinois State 25-24 Illinois State 21-24 Bradley 31-23 Eureka 35-16 Millikin 32-14 Lombard 25-24 Bradley 21-28 St. Viator’s 9-12 Eureka 24-28 1930-31 (8-10) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: Billy Meehan Marquette 11-16 Brigham Young 33-34 Rice 27-36 Notre Dame 17-24 North Dakota State 26-23 Bradley 32-25 Eureka 27-15 Millikin 15-16 Centenary 27-19 Eureka 20-11 St. Viator’s 29-35 Millikin 32-18 Monmouth 25-21 Illinois State 18-23 Bradley 28-27 St. Viator’s 22-30 Illinois State 29-44 Monmouth 29-34 1931-32 (8-7) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: John Callans Rose Polytech 39-9 Cornell 33-22 Shurtleff 41-42 St. Viator’s 22-24 Millikin 31-18 McKendree 28-19 Bradley 17-16 Illinois State 29-30 Shurtleff 22-23 Eureka 34-14 Millikin 18-22 Bradley 37-30 Eureka 35-23 Illinois State 17-28 St. Viator’s 24-28 1932-33 (12-5) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: Barney Munday Notre Dame 12-24 Shurtleff 33-25 St. Viator’s 15-23 Illinois College 41-31 Millikin 39-30 Bradley 22-24 Illinois State 46-20 Eureka 36-21 St. Viator’s 32-21 Loyola 28-21 Bradley 27-31 Shurtleff 24-16 Millikin 34-25 Illinois State 31-29 Eureka 34-24 Loyola 33-22 Alumni 34-35 1933-34 (14-5) Coach: Wally Roettger Captain: Tony Blazine Illinois 19-39 Centenary 41-28 Washington 33-32 Arizona 49-44 Northern Illinois 37-31 Southern Illinois 30-28 Shurtleff 42-23 Millikin 25-19 Illinois State 35-29

Eureka 27-33 Illinois State 30-27 Eastern Illinois 49-25 Bradley 40-29 Eureka 42-22 Bradley 49-32 Illinois College 36-39 Millikin 19-26 South Carolina 18-14 Pittsburgh 15-18 1934-35 (10-7) Coach: W. Roettger, F. Parker Captain: Willard Benson Illinois 33-32 Illinois 26-36 Mauline 32-24 Centenary 29-44 Eureka 46-30 North Central 25-27 Millikin 32-49 Illinois State 21-38 Northern Illinois 31-25 Bradley 39-21 Shurtleff 34-23 Illinois College 29-44 Southern Illinois 33-24 Eureka 42-17 Illinois State 24-26 Bradley 34-32 Millikin 34-30 1935-36 (20-0) Coach: Harry Bell Captain: Jack Horenberger Sparks 58-13 Cahkosh 42-19 Louisville 29-20 Centenary 40-18 Southern Illinois 27-25 McKendree 36-25 Millikin 42-24 Illinois College 47-35 Illinois State 31-29 St. Viator’s 30-23 Northern Illinois 42-15 Eureka 31-22 Bradley 34-15 Illinois College 50-25 Eureka 42-21 Illinois State 31-27 Millikin 33-32 Northern Illinois 42-34 Bradley 40-28 St. Viator’s 35-24 1936-37 (12-5) Coach: Harry Bell Captain: John Wallace McKendree 26-25 St. Thomas 48-43 Long Island 29-41 Toledo 31-32 Mississippi 60-21 Millikin 62-32 Illinois State 30-26 Southern Illinois 45-23 Illinois College 29-33 Northern Illinois 45-34 Bradley 36-42 Millikin 35-26 Illinois State 28-25 Illinois College 54-51 Hawaii 43-44 Northern Illinois 46-18 Bradley 32-22 1937-38 (8-14) Coach: Harry Bell Captain: G. Ruff, Ken Chittum Sparks 36-40 DePaul 11-35 Akron 22-30 St. Thomas 30-42 St. John’s 25-47 CCNY 34-49


Duquesne 22-29 Toledo 39-42 Illinois College 48-32 Millikin 40-28 Northern Illinois 37-26 Southern Illinois 46-44 Hawaii 34-28 DePaul 39-41 Bradley 22-37 Millikin 34-15 St. Viator’s 34-27 Southern Illinois 27-50 Illinois College 32-35 Northern Illinois 27-26 St. Viator’s 36-47 Bradley 27-34 1938-39 (11-12) Coach: Harry Bell Captain: G. Walker, F. Soeka Morton J.C. 35-41 Joliet J.C. 48-35 Sparks 52-28 DeLaSalle 25-23 Terre Haute 28-31 Louisiana Tech 37-53 Pensacola 61-38 Pensacola 59-32 Pensacola 35-32 Centenary 29-35 North Central 35-32 Lake Forest 33-22 Millikin 40-29 Chicago Teachers 32-28 DePaul 17-58 Western Illinois 39-54 Millikin 26-32 Bradley 26-33 North Central 46-19 DePaul 38-45 Bradley 35-65 1939-40 (17-5) Coach: Bob Voigts Captain: Frank Soeka St. Joseph’s 35-29 Morton J.C. 39-34 Joliet J.C. 47-22 Indiana State 21-26 S.W. Louisiana 34-33 Southern Illinois 28-36 Illinois College 43-41 Southern Illinois 32-21 St. Joseph’s 37-36 Chicago Teachers 55-22 Lake Forest 37-32 Wabash 48-30 Millikin 57-32 St. Joseph’s 38-40 North Central 42-18 Evansville 44-29 Bradley 30-36 Illinois College 59-32 Millikin 32-27 Concordia 50-31 Bradley 31-37 Illinois College 52-35 1940-41 (8-11) Coach: Bob Voigts Captain: Anderson, Quigley St. Joseph’s 33-44 Notre Dame 28-34 Chicago Teachers 31-25 Southwestern College 35-27 Baltimore 34-44 New York 39-55 Seton Hall 26-44 Evansville 30-50 Millikin 40-44 St. Joseph’s 56-55 Lake Forest 37-33 Loyola 48-62 Illinois College 30-22 Illinois College 48-47

Millikin 28-37 Bradley 31-49 Concordia 62-41 Bradley 31-58 North Central 53-43 1941-42 (4-18) Coach: Don Drumm Captain: Bob Crabtree North Park 34-32 Indiana Central 33-54 St. Joseph’s 32-40 Eureka 44-38 Camp Grant 38-45 St. Norbert 35-39 Western Kentucky 40-60 Murray State 39-49 Illinois College 52-55 North Central 36-49 Chanute Field 38-41 Bradley 44-59 Lake Forest 32-44 Eureka 50-41 Camp Grant 20-40 Chicago Teachers 42-18 Bradley 35-72 Millikin 37-57 North Central 45-57 Augustana 51-55 St. Joseph’s 57-60 Illinois College 44-46 1942-43 (7-14) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Clyde Buettner Joliet Junior College 55-37 St. Joseph’s 32-41 Camp Grant 42-46 Loyola 48-51 Illinois College 48-43 Southern 48-51 Millikin University 47-30 Eureka College 43-37 North Central College 33-32 Bradley 35-41 Illinois College 42-39 Joliet Junior College 39-42 Eureka College 46-54 Bradley 57-54 Millikin University 38-44 Loyola 40-54 North Central College 25-43 Camp Grant 36-51 DePaul University 35-52 Eastern Oregon 40-45 St. Joseph’s 33-37 1943-44 (1-14) Coach: Cecil Russell Captain: Wallace Waddington Camp Ellis 40-55 Wabash 38-42 Western 33-36 Wabash 38-58 Washington University 37-49 Concordia 46-58 Illinois State 34-51 Western 45-49 Monmouth 29-38 Indiana State 35-49 Concordia 37-41 Eastern 37-56 Illinois State 32-62 Eastern 44-42 Camp Ellis 46-58 1944-45 (8-8) Coach: Mel Brewer Captain: Hank Bennett DePaul 43-66 Concordia 41-43 Concordia 66-25 San Jose Indees 64-47 Illinois State 43-52 Camp Ellis 46-55 Chanute Field 45-43

Eastern 39-35 Concordia 38-43 Eastern 43-50 Southern 41-33 Western 58-39 Illinois State 38-42 Camp Ellis 55-42 Southern 32-33 North Central College 48-29 1945-46 (10-8) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Hank Bennett Wabash 47-37 Butler 52-45 Millikin University 45-32 Butler 50-73 Illinois State 46-29 Chanute Field 36-55 Northern 47-41 Illinois College 40-42 Northern 50-41 North Central College 37-34 Concordia 47-45 Eastern 47-51 Illinois State 50-51 North Central College 45-38 Millikin University 39-60 Illinois College 39-38 Concordia 41-55 Eastern 50-52 1946-47 (8-9) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Harry Anderson Wabash 47-37 St. Joseph’s 60-52 Wheaton 47-60 Augustana College 41-45 DePaul University 45-77 Illinois State 47-49 Northern 36-35 Carthage College 73-40 Elmhurst 65-37 North Central College 60-50 Marshall College, W.Va 60-70 Illinois State 60-54 Lake Forest College 68-45 St. Joseph’s 53-57 Millikin University 50-72 Millikin University 52-58 Illinois College 58-48 1947-48 (11-9) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Jim Hershbarger Chanute Field 74-49 Carthage 68-64 Northern Illinois 50-74 Illinois College 50-52 Louisiana Tech 57-44 Auburn 42-44 Augustana 71-55 Millikin 54-56 North Central 47-40 St. Joseph’s 45-48 Illinois College 62-49 Illinois State 69-62 Kenyon 80-60 Elmhurst 55-58 Millikin 57-82 Lake Forest 73-52 Illinois State 56-66 Wheaton 47-51 Oklahoma City 61-47 Northern 70-64 1948-49 (19-6) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: None St. Joseph’s 66-57 DePaul 57-61 Carthage 79-50 DePauw 70-69 Ottawa 71-66 Wabash 56-50

Claire State 87-57 Illinois College 76-59 Illinois State 68-57 Southern 55-47 North Central 72-60 Northern Illinois 64-54 Millikin 70-69 Illinois College 64-67 Wheaton 60-58 Illinois State 57-56 DePauw 60-68 Lake Forest 92-46 Millikin 79-61 Duquesne 57-78 Seton Hall 51-70 Augustana 70-49 Elmhurst 71-48 Western Illinois 56-49 Eastern Illinois 59-67 1949-50 (12-11) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Fran Somers DePaul 63-70 St. Joseph’s 45-49 Northern Illinois 51-50 Wheaton 52-56 Murray State 62-69 Ottawa 66-46 Western Illinois 64-74 Wabash 69-57 Millikin 71-57 Illinois State 57-70 Augustana 80-65 Carthage 85-48 Illinois College 67-88 North Central 71-60 Illinois State 68-64 Lake Forest 67-57 Millikin 73-88 Illinois College 81-74 St. Joseph’s 75-55 Southern Illinois 47-77 Washington 67-76 Illinois State 44-50 Elmhurst 63-57 1950-51 (16-8) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: J. Lane, Steve Zebos Wabash 74-42 Washington 59-68 DePaul 62-92 McPherson 64-37 Texas Tech 76-68 Alabama State 73-76 Loyola 41-49 Southern Illinois 62-56 Western Illinois 70-65 Chicago Teachers 62-55 Millikin 62-64 Augustana 62-64 North Central 80-63 Illinois State 68-50 Carthage 81-57 Illinois College 69-58 Elmhurst 65-54 Wheaton 71-69 Illinois State 64-63 Millikin 51-53 Illinois College 71-68 Lake Forest 68-51 Southern Illinois 60-46 Eastern Illinois 62-95 1951-52 (11-10) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Bob Hildebrand Washington 54-46 Elmhurst 69-58 Eastern New Mexico 63-62 North Central 61-73 DePaul 47-87 Quincy 78-71 St. Francis 48-67 Western Ontario 66-59

Millikin 67-71 Southern Illinois 53-32 Illinois State 68-36 Wheaton 85-73 Illinois College 69-60 Wabash 92-72 Millikin 66-69 Illinois State 80-77 Augustana 76-72 Illinois College 64-59 Lake Forest 70-71 Carthage 62-64 Brandeis 65-67 1952-53 (15-5) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: None elected DePaul 56-70 Camp Breckinridge 67-83 Elmhurst 75-47 North Central 74-66 Dubuque 82-53 Stetson 82-72 Wheaton 62-84 Illinois State 77-72 Eastern Illinois 77-68 Illinois College 100-52 Millikin 87-62 DePauw 79-75 Illinois State 98-66 Lake Forest 86-58 Illinois College 90-60 Augustana 68-58 Southern Illinois 95-82 Millikin 73-74 Wheaton 95-71 Eastern Illinois 69-90 1953-54 (17-10) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captains: Neeman, Conlee, Berggren DePaul 63-73 Augustana 71-63 St. Joseph’s 89-73 Elmhurst 114-60 North Central 79-63 Mississippi Southern 77-71 Hamline 70-65 East Texas 54-60 Augsburg 74-64 Gustavus Adolphus 52-64 Creighton 66-75 Millikin 61-66 Wheaton 64-61 Eastern Illinois 60-75 Illinois State 88-80 Lake Forest 97-95 Elmhurst 106-73 DePauw 93-79 Augustana 89-78 Southern Illinois 65-68 Illinois State 95-89 Wheaton 66-91 Millikin 68-66 Lake Forest 94-80 Bradley 72-87 North Central 90-79 Western Illinois 53-68 1954-55 (16-10) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Glen Newton Ft. Sheridan 84-69 Augustana 80-42 Quincy 88-69 Lake Forest 82-77 Elmhurst 90-67 Macalaster 70-64 Southern Illinois 78-72 Quincy 64-65 Monmouth 85-68 N.E. Missouri 67-69 Wheaton 95-88 Southern Illinois 82-68 Illinois State 84-85


North Central 86-68 Millikin 64-87 St. Joseph’s 77-87 DePaul 78-89 Augustana 76-44 Illinois State 83-81 North Central 89-75 Wheaton 95-103 Lake Forest 63-76 Millikin 66-71 Elmhurst 102-91 Millikin 83-69 Quincy 79-81 1955-56 (14-9) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: G. Newton, T. Winkles DePaul 64-84 Eastern Illinois 89-92 Southern Illinois 71-70 Carroll 74-61 Lake Forest 65-90 Millikin 86-106 Beloit 63-82 DePauw 75-79 North Central 100-81 Augustana 85-70 Wheaton 46-51 Lewis 82-77 Illinois State 74-70 Elmhurst 85-67 North Central 86-69 Augustana 79-73 Elmhurst 84-63 Lake Forest 74-71 Quincy 71-79 Millikin 97-86 Carroll 104-89 Illinois State 113-96 Wheaton 66-105 1956-57 (7-15) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Chuck Hohlfelder DePaul 62-80 S.E. Oklahoma 74-76 Augustana 97-78 Wheaton 60-71 Lake Forest 88-59 Beloit 65-77 DePauw 74-79 North Central 71-73 Illinois State 66-94 Carroll 68-69 Millikin 71-86 Elmhurst 79-73 Southern Illinois 69-72 Eastern Illinois 82-97 Elmhurst 87-82 North Central 100-83 Millikin 80-87 Lake Forest 93-78 Illinois State 88-92 Carroll 94-80 Wheaton 61-88 Augustana 65-66 1957-58 (8-14) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Dean Padgett Iowa Wesleyan 71-79 Wheaton 56-94 Eastern Illinois 70-82 Elmhurst 56-61 Carroll 62-61 Quincy 61-62 DePauw 73-78 Beloit 66-75 Southern Illinois 49-90 Illinois State 62-61 Augustana 48-52 Millikin 91-74 Lake Forest 77-81 North Central 94-76 Elmhurst 76-68 Augustana 78-61

Lake Forest 69-60 North Central 54-65 Millikin 69-74 Wheaton 64-97 Illinois State 66-81 Carroll 68-61 1958-59 (6-18) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Dennis Mattix Beloit 53-56 Elmhurst 66-56 Lake Forest 66-60 Augustana 43-45 Eastern Illinois 73-85 Quincy 69-81 Quincy 64-70 Hamline 63-74 Rockhurst 64-80 Illinois State 62-87 Wheaton 56-85 Millikin 74-70 Beloit 62-65 Carroll 69-71 North Central 72-80 Carroll 69-71 Lake Forest 72-76 Illinois State 60-84 Wheaton 69-86 Southern 65-92 Millikin 81-77 Elmhurst 67-64 1959-60 (9-10) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Dennie Bridges DePaul 50-95 Iowa Wesleyan 62-70 Augustana 65-55 Millikin 74-65 Quincy 52-63 Millikin 69-64 North Central 57-69 Elmhurst 79-68 Carroll 52-50 Lake Forest 61-60 Illinois State 43-47 DePauw 68-77 Carroll 46-44 Lake Forest 63-64 Elmhurst 66-58 North Central 58-59 Augustana (forfeit) 2-0 Eastern Illinois 76-85 Illinois State 63-67 1960-61 (17-11) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Dennie Bridges Dubuque 97-75 MacMurray 64-70 Carthage 107-81 DePaul 58-62 North Central 58-71 Elmhurst 64-55 Quincy 90-69 Tennessee A&I 62-84 Villa Madonna 59-77 Quincy 79-61 Augustana 78-76 Elmhurst 73-62 Carroll 65-73 Lake Forest 83-72 Millikin 79-70 DePauw 87-81 Carthage 77-87 Augustana 67-56 Millikin 75-71 North Central 85-60 Illinois State 63-67 Lake Forest 61-77 Illinois State 63-74 Carroll 91-66 McKendree 87-74 Lewis 73-57 Gustavus Adolphus 79-63

Central Oklahoma

62-81

1961-62 (17-10) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Jon Hawthorne MacMurray 59-73 Quincy 74-79 Augustana 102-66 DePauw 53-71 North Central 79-55 Southeast Louisiana 69-70 Eastern Tennessee 70-71 Mississippi Southern 73-70 Arkansas State 73-87 Butler 65-73 Elmhurst 80-48 North Central 82-62 Carroll 67-46 Illinois State 70-69 Augustana 70-56 North Park 87-62 St. Joseph’s 71-82 Millikin 86-67 Carthage 49-31 Carroll 58-74 Lake Forest 63-73 Illinois State 68-63 Carthage 79-62 Millikin 74-57 Elmhurst 73-54 Lake Forest 85-59 McKendree 58-62 1962-63 (14-9) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Jerry Wisted Elmhurst 59-44 Augustana 55-56 DePauw 68-62 Carthage 68-65 Millikin 66-37 Southeast Louisiana 84-72 Southwest Louisiana 62-68 Carroll 67-66 Lake Forest 80-51 North Central 71-50 North Park 92-56 Illinois State 70-74 St. Joseph’s 69-63 Augustana 50-51 Carthage 58-60 Carroll 72-78 Lake Forest 80-65 Quincy 69-75 Millikin 62-94 Illinois State 54-47 North Park 66-57 North Central 71-72 Elmhurst 58-52 1963-64 (12-10) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Vic Armstrong MacMurray 87-68 DePauw 69-71 Millikin 80-67 Augustana 53-68 Carthage 82-68 Gannon 59-75 Youngstown 65-92 Wheaton 73-89 Illinois State 59-57 Carroll 75-89 North Park 57-55 Quincy 63-73 Elmhurst 74-48 North Central 95-81 Carthage 68-66 Augustana 63-57 North Park 91-63 Illinois State 63-69 North Central 85-68 Millikin 93-78 Carroll 82-94 Lewis College 80-81

1964-65 (18-6) Coach: Jack Horenberger Captain: Jim Hedrick DePauw 69-61 MacMurray 93-81 Millikin 98-92 Augustana 77-65 St. Bonaventure 76-114 Gannon 65-93 Iona 67-81 Youngstown 55-60 Wheaton 89-75 Carroll 81-66 North Park 67-52 Carthage 84-73 Illinois State 76-71 North Central 64-53 Quincy 61-64 Augustana 70-60 Millikin 86-74 Carroll 63-61 Illinois State 72-67 Carthage 74-72 North Central 78-62 North Park 72-63 Eastern Illinois 60-59 Lewis College 56-73 1965-66 (21-10) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Jim Gresham DePaul 55-77 DePauw 66-80 MacMurray* 101-73 Carthage* 76-67 Augustana 82-68 Steubenville 63-77 Iona 83-76 Gannon 69-70 Youngstown 56-68 Carson-Newman 65-90 Georgetown 86-102 Union (Tenn.) 75-67 Quincy 83-79 Carroll* 113-75 Millikin* 92-76 Ferris State* 76-66 Illinois State 90-71 North Central* 85-59 North Park* 83-55 Carroll 108-62 Carthage 81-70 North Park 76-61 Millikin 73-82 Augustana* 90-53 North Central 79-80 (OT) Illinois State* 91-69 Illinois College* 103-55 Lewis 83-77 Dickinson State (N.D.) 86-76 Midwestern (Texas) 96-82 Georgia Southern 72-96 1966-67 (15-11) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Steve Laub Wayne State* 70-60 MacMurray 91-83 Carthage* 79-71 DePauw* 74-53 Loyola 68-89 Wittenberg 68-90 Iona 79-85 Gannon 62-57 Youngstown 66-97 Lincoln (Mo.) 84-122 St, Mary’s (Minn.) 81-80 Millikin 67-74 Carroll* 131-77 Illinois State* 70-76 Augustana 76-58 North Park 68-60 Quincy* 86-88 North Central* 44-35 Augustana* 106-83 Carroll 93-70

Carthage 89-83 Illinois State 103-105 North Central 67-56 North Park* 84-63 Millikin* 69-75 Quincy* 68-72 1967-68 (10-6) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Dennis Kagel Augustana 87-85 DePauw 77-99 North Central* 97-73 Youngstown 83-97 Gannon 69-95 Iona 73-89 William Carey 107-92 West Florida 73-92 Augustana* 92-76 Millikin 101-110 Wheaton* 91-110 Elmhurst* 105-86 Illinois State 63-64 North Park* 83-68 DePaul 77-93 North Central 63-61 Carroll 70-82 Carthage 74-100 Millikin* 71-64 Elmhurst 88-65 Illinois State* 66-83 Carroll* 102-83 Wheaton 98-102 (OT) North Park 77-82 Carthage* 94-87 1968-69 (11-15) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Dennis Kagel Augustana 106-79 DePauw 87-78 Southeast Louisiana 79-65 North Central 70-74 Elmhurst 90-71 DePaul 84-107 St. Bonaventure 76-109 Youngstown 93-107 Iona 88-98 Gannon 80-103 Akron 68-79 Millikin 87-94 Carthage* 76-88 Wheaton* 75-81 North Central* 80-69 North Park 85-92 Carroll* 88-78 Illinois State* 79-86 Augustana* 85-75 Elmhurst* 88-55 Carroll 71-77 Carthage 90-88 Illinois State 94-81 Wheaton 77-96 North Park* 76-82 Millikin* 91-75 1969-70 (21-4) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Tom Gramkow DePauw 82-90 Millikin 123-87 Carroll* 107-56 North Park* 100-77 Wheaton* 87-84 Iona 92-86 Ashland 37-69 Youngstown 64-79 Lakeland 96-95 Illinois State 69-68 Wheaton 90-78 Elmhurst* 68-60 North Central* 70-57 Carroll 68-54 Carthage 78-73 Augustana 93-74 Millikin* 85-80


Elmhurst 77-66 North Central 74-58 North Park 85-83 Carthage* 91-75 Augustana* 84-82 Olivet Nazarene * 113-83 Quincy* 96-92 (OT) Kentucky State 56-64 1970-71 (19-8) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Sheldon Thompson Illinois College* 86-66 Lakeland* 83-65 Loyola 79-74 Elmhurst 81-76 Carroll* 84-62 St. Bonaventure 57-92 Drury 83-62 Oral Roberts 69-87 Western New England 74-67 DePaul 71-88 Wheaton* 75-92 North Central* 92-65 Augustana 74-91 Carthage* 102-90 Elmhurst* 97-66 North Park* 80-67 Millikin 98-86 Wheaton 86-84 Augustana* 71-62 North Park 85-68 Carroll 97-82 Carthage 79-88 North Central 73-75 Millikin* 93-88 Blackburn* 112-96 Eastern Illinois 85-71 Northern State (S.D.) 76-88 1971-72 (18-7) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Stan Broers Illinois College* 108-45 DePauw* 99-85 North Park* 89-78 Carroll* 108-88 Akron 78-88 Iona 88-73 Youngstown 76-85 Georgetown (Ky.) 93-91 (OT) Bethel (Tenn.) 80-64 Sam Houston State 68-79 Wis.-Stevens Pt. 109-58 Millikin* 119-73 Wheaton* 92-82 Carroll 95-74 Carthage 75-73 Augustana 65-75 Elmhurst 85-71 North Central* 93-76 North Park 56-61 Augustana* 65-72 Carthage * 108-72 Elmhurst* 89-77 North Central 91-76 Wheaton 84-85 Millikin 76-73 1972-73 (15-9) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Don Wright DePauw 63-58 St. Bonaventure 63-92 Lakeland* 90-79 North Central* 74-56 Oglethorpe 76-68 Florida Southern 57-60 South Florida 58-51 Stetson 70-80 Aurora* 88-71 Augustana* 52-65 Wheaton* 82-79 Elmhurst 70-74 North Park* 61-56 (OT) Carroll* 79-62

North Central 63-50 Carthage* 79-69 Wheaton 73-69 Millikin 80-78 Augustana 41-73 Carroll 86-88 Carthage 98-95 (OT) Elmhurst* 63-60 North Park 78-80 Millikin* 80-87 1973-74 (12-12) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: D. Hiser, Curt Nord St. Bonaventure 75-83 DePauw* 90-70 North Central* 99-59 Samford 59-84 Armstrong State 86-95 Bethune-Cookman 88-73 Stetson 63-89 Augustana* 65-67 Valparaiso 73-83 Carroll* 99-78 Millikin* 82-87 Wheaton* 76-78 North Park 69-51 Elmhurst 74-73 North Central 85-68 Lakeland 66-90 Augustana 64-65 Carthage* 80-66 North Park* 67-52 Wheaton 65-59 Elmhurst* 71-72 Millikin 79-76 Carroll 79-82 (OT) Carthage 80-71 1974-75 (24-7) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Bruce Foote Lakeland* 84-56 Bradley 72-76 Bemidji State* 81-69 Elmhurst 66-73 North Park* 91-80 Valparaiso* 71-59 DePauw 82-65 U. of Detroit 73-81 Marymount 79-74 Henderson State 54-68 Southeastern Louisiana 55-62 Indiana Central* 85-75 Wheaton* 73-68 Elmhurst* 83-68 Athletes in Action East 86-85 Carroll 100-82 Carthage 78-72 North Central* 68-60 Augustana 73-77 Wheaton 77-70 Millikin 81-75 Carroll* 100-76 Augustana* 75-68 North Park 75-72 North Central 87-51 Carthage* 91-82 Millikin* 88-68 Rockford* 88-63 Chicago State* 103-82 Montevallo (Ala.) 76-67 Grand Canyon (Ariz.) 63-66 NAIA Dist. 20 All-Stars 63-118 1975-76 (23-7) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: B. Foote, Jack Sikma Illinois Benedictine* 66-67 Wheaton* 92-70 Indiana Central 72-70 Valparaiso 66-65 St. Bonaventure 84-95 Henderson (Ark.) State 59-74 Salem (W. Va.) 82-95 Southeastern La. 78-65

North Park* 81-66 Elmhurst 80-74 DePauw* 80-54 North Central 80-51 Wis.-Stevens Point* 100-78 Carroll 63-56 Carthage 69-79 Augustana* 89-73 Wheaton 75-71 Millikin* 81-59 Bradley 74-79 North Central * 114-60 Elmhurst* 80-51 North Park 77-66 Carthage* 106-74 Augustana 59-57 Carroll* 107-85 Millikin 81-80 Northeastern Illinois* 103-77 Quincy* 80-64 Southwest Baptist 100-84 Henderson (Ark.) State 66-68 1976-77 (25-6) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Jack Sikma Illinois College* 88-54 DePauw 96-83 Indiana Central* 115-73 Valparaiso* 69-63 Quincy* 69-51 @Jacksonville 64-66 @Florida 68-78 @Bradley 81-92 Benedictine* 99-56 North Park* 91-63 Carthage* 88-75 North Central 102-80 Elmhurst 78-55 Carroll* 126-88 Millikin 71-66 @DePaul 63-82 Augustana* 82-60 Wheaton 70-69 North Park 78-64 Elmhurst* 78-61 North Central* 100-67 Carroll 73-62 Carthage 84-74 Wheaton* 96-65 Augustana 68-79 Millikin* 76-61 Olivet Nazarene* 91-71 Quincy* 56-54 St. Augustine 87-67 Hawaii-Hilo 85-74 (OT) Henderson (Ark.) State 73-87 1977-78 (13-11) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Chris Eldredge DePauw* 68-65 Indiana Central 75-89 Wheaton* 81-69 North Park* 68-62 @Bradley 64-80 Alabama-Huntsville 66-89 Athens (Ala.) State 58-68 Millikin* 82-76 Carthage* 69-71 Elmhurst 84-75 Kentucky Wesleyan* 74-78 Augustana* 58-53 North Park 64-81 North Central 91-82 Augustana 65-81 Kentucky Wesleyan 77-88 Elmhurst* 78-47 Carroll 66-65 Carthage 71-79 North Central* 83-65 Wheaton 87-82 Quincy 58-49 Carroll* 81-72 Millikin 84-82

1978-79 (14-11) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Dave Pavlik DePauw 75-68 Indiana Central* 80-74 North Central 80-62 Quincy* 73-64 Wooster* 79-71 @Iowa 55-95 @Calif.-Santa Barbara 66-81 @Pepperdine 51-62 @Pacific 73-89 Wisconsin-Platteville* 86-84 Augustana* 69-66 Carthage* 77-83 North Park 48-70 Wheaton 91-73 Carroll* 97-77 Millikin 81-78 North Central* 77-75 Elmhurst* 94-60 North Park* 78-75 Augustana 76-92 Carroll 80-92 Carthage 56-63 Wheaton* 80-96 Elmhurst 85-74 Millikin* 61-71 1979-80 (17-11) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Greg Yess DePauw* 67-76 Northwestern 71-104 Indiana Central 78-82 Olivet Nazarene* 101-74 Quincy 70-81 North Central* 94-73 @Florida 74-93 MacMurray* 77-71 North Park* 54-72 Millikin 72-84 Carthage* 97-64 Augustana* 59-55 North Central 67-54 Wheaton* 76-62 Carroll* 79-71 North Park 81-109 Wheaton 94-80 Augustana 61-65 St. Xavier* 98-73 Elmhurst* 69-47 Carroll 79-59 Carthage 77-72 Elmhurst 6l-66 Millikin* 67-60 Aurora 96-85 Chicago State 70-69 Quincy 65-63 Abilene Christian 55-75 1980-81 (15-11) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Greg Yess Olivet Nazarene* 56-66 DePauw 88-75 Quincy* 72-85 (OT) Indiana Central* 90-83 @Bradley 42-48 @California-Stanislaus 70-83 @Fresno Pacific 86-74 @Arizona State 65-88 Chicago State* 68-62 Elmhurst 88-90 (OT) Carthage* 67-53 Augustana* 54-79 Carroll* 78-68 North Central 82-71 Millikin 61-46 North Park 81-67 Augustana 60-68 Wheaton* 41-40 Elmhurst* 70-54 Carroll 78-80 Carthage 80-76 North Central* 99-86

North Park* 58-74 Wheaton 99-97 (3OT) Millikin* 94-80 McKendree 59-73 1981-82 (20-8) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Greg Yess DePauw* 73-57 Olivet Nazarene* 77-68 Indiana Central 71-70 @Northwestern 57-71 Elmhurst* 83-70 @Arizona 57-82 @U. of San Diego 48-78 Wisconsin-Platteville* 74-71 Millikin* 65-66 Augustana* 56-34 Carroll 80-81 Carthage 84-74 North Park* 72-54 North Central 84-63 Wheaton* 88-64 Colorado College* 86-60 North Park 66-69 Quincy 66-82 Chicago State* 93-82 Wheaton 69-61 Elmhurst 73-66 Carroll* 92-84 (OT) Augustana 72-70 Carthage* 73-55 North Central* 74-59 Millikin 76-68 St. Francis* 93-65 Chicago State* 63-65 1982-83 (17-11) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Brad Gregurich DePauw 72-73 Indiana Central* 78-75 Olivet Nazarene* 94-71 Wabash 64-70 St. Xavier* 73-67 @South Alabama 66-86 @Mississippi 65-77 @Arizona 67-64 MacMurray* 88-74 Elmhurst 81-71 Carthage* 89-75 Augustana* 78-76 (OT) Carroll* 90-75 North Central 53-64 Wheaton* 79-72 North Park 75-79 (OT) Millikin 69-68 Quincy* 72-73 North Central* 64-66 (OT) Carroll 78-75 Carthage 67-64 Augustana 67-69 North Park* 81-68 Elmhurst* 69-61 Millikin* 61-70 Wheaton 88-80 (OT) Eureka* 84-70 Quincy 74-81 1983-84 (17-11) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Blaise Bugajski Iowa 60-86 DePauw* 67-81 Indiana Central 78-85 @Northwestern 54-63 Wabash* 67-56 Quincy 87-90 (OT) Kearney State 92-102 Midwestern State 92-76 Carson-Newman 83-90 Olivet Nazarene* 91-69 North Central* 54-55 Wheaton 76-57 North Park* 68-65 Carthage* 96-69


Augustana* 60-53 Elmhurst 81-75 Millikin* 85-66 Carroll 77-76 Carthage 70-59 North Park 75-58 Wheaton* 81-72 North Central 72-60 Elmhurst* 67-66 Augustana 72-73 Carroll* 81-69 Millikin 79-65 Wis.-Whitewater 67-75 North Central* 77-82 1984-85 (10-17) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Tom Baffes DePauw 65-77 Indiana Central* 74-77 Wabash 73-75 Carthage* 74-47 North Park* 90-85 (OT) Augustana* 61-62 @Iowa 39-99 California-Santa Barbara 68-86 Long Beach State 54-65 @Chaminade 75-89 @Hawaii Pacific 75-97 @Hawaii Loa 78-66 Olivet Nazarene* 81-59 North Central* 70-59 Wheaton 81-72 Carroll* 58-59 Augustana 74-85 North Central 56-59 Aurora* 77-86 Carroll 65-66 Carthage 83-92 Millikin 87-61 Elmhurst* 83-81 Wheaton* 62-65 North Park 70-105 1985-86 (19-10) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Dwight Zivo @Northwestern 62-79 @Arizona State 67-86 Wabash* 80-72 Indiana Central 56-72 Wheaton 87-73 DePauw* 58-60 North Park* 84-73 Coe* 74-65 @Bradley 64-74 Olivet Nazarene* 86-76 Carthage* 89-55 North Central* 71-62 Elmhurst 71-55 Carroll* 76-57 Augustana* 78-66 North Park 65-67 Millikin* 82-85 (OT) Southern Miss. 88-95 Washington (Mo.) 60-72 North Central 62-59 (OT) Elmhurst* 73-69 Wheaton* 80-59 Carthage 66-64 (OT) Carroll 51-42 Augustana 78-65 Millikin 71-70 Wisconsin-Whitewater* 79-75 Ripon* 63-57 LeMoyne-Owen 85-93 1986-87 (17-10) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: E. Bridges, K. Luechtefeld Marycrest* 111-89 Mississippi State 78-83 Wabash 85-62 @Northwestern 58-80 North Park* 92-81

Wheaton* 94-65 Carthage* 91-60 @Southern Mississippi 90-91 Washington U.* 78-82 North Central* 70-71 Augustana* 78-62 Carroll* 92-62 DePauw 76-80 Elmhurst 92-76 Wheaton 88-65 Millikin 80-78 North Park 74-95 North Central 63-78 Elmhurst* 107-60 Illinois Benedictine* 85-70 Carroll 83-68 Carthage 87-82 Augustana 75-94 Millikin* 96-79 Indianapolis* 85-71 DePauw 69-61 North Park 77-82 1987-88 (24-5) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Brian Coderre Washington U. 79-72 LeMoyne-Owen* 2-0 (forfeit) Wabash* 114-92 Indianapolis 95-103 Augustana* 95-57 Coe * 112-83 MacMurray 103-72 @Florida Southern 65-104 @Tampa 74-88 St. Mary’s (Mich.)* 120-90 North Park* 82-76 Millikin* 70-60 Carroll 89-71 Carthage 83-68 Elmhurst 101-72 Augustana 76-68 North Central* 97-73 North Park 74-89 Wheaton* 88-68 Carthage* 103-74 DePauw* 85-79 Elmhurst* 94-66 North Central 64-55 Carroll* 94-70 Wheaton 89-78 Millikin 84-70 Monmouth 99-74 Millikin 91-74 @Ohio Wesleyan 103-106 1988-89 (12-14) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Matt Chadesh St. Ambrose* 78-87 @Northwestern 61-100 Wabash 75-70 MacMurray* 86-61 Indianapolis* 98-80 Wheaton* 85-63 DePauw 63-76 @St. Leo 79-83 @Tampa 80-112 Washington U.* 70-63 North Central* 83-94 Augustana* 92-74 North Park* 86-80 Millikin 73-86 Wheaton 80-67 Augustana* 55-60 Aurora* 88-87 Elmhurst 93-84 Carthage* 73-75 North Park 65-71 Carroll* 101-83 Elmhurst* 84-93 Carroll 78-96 Carthage 81-79 North Central 66-68 Millikin* 79-93

1989-90 (22-9) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: J. Kuehl, Mark Edmundson Hawaii Pacific* 84-73 Olivet Nazarene* 85-68 Northwestern 72-81 Northern Illinois 70-73 Wabash* 96-70 Wheaton* 77-56 Indianapolis 78-92 Illinois Benedictine* 82-76 Washington U. 69-78 @Hawaii-Hilo 75-72 @Brigham Young-Hawaii 75-93 DePauw* 65-67 North Central* 80-87 Carthage 73-70 Carroll 85-82 Millikin* 75-67 North Park 77-76 Augustana* 74-73 (2OT) Elmhurst* 84-79 Augustana 85-68 North Park* 96-104 Wheaton 85-71 Carroll* 102-79 Elmhurst 105-88 Carthage* 93-91 North Central 76-66 Millikin 87-82 North Park* 83-68 North Central 71-63 Nebraska Wesleyan 85-63 DePauw 65-68 1990-91 (18-9) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: D. Kunka, J. Jones St. Ambrose* 97-62 Northwestern 62-84 Illinois Benedictine* 78-90 Wittenberg* 73-89 Olivet Nazarene 86-96 Washington U.* 82-80 Augustana 93-65 Wheaton* 91-81 (OT) @Tampa 73-94 @Florida Tech 86-90 Coe* 96-53 Carthage* 95-78 North Central* 79-50 Carroll* 109-81 Millikin 85-74 Augustana* 82-72 Wheaton 69-58 Elmhurst* 76-64 North Park 63-64 North Central 103-68 Carroll 85-70 Carthage 94-76 Elmhurst 71-56 North Park* 93-87 (OT) DePauw 75-89 Millikin* 101-71 Ripon 63-65 1991-92 (22-6) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: David Kunka @Northwestern 59-80 Washington U. 92-82 Otterbein* 81-83 Olivet Nazarene* 82-68 Wheaton* 77-63 Aurora* 97-63 Wittenberg 57-79 Nazareth 105-89 DePauw* 63-60 Millikin* 83-72 North Central* 92-62 Chicago 88-57 Carthage* 84-72 Augustana 95-78 North Park 69-65 Rockford* 100-77

Carroll 94-53 Carthage 63-61 North Park* 79-60 Elmhurst 66-71 Augustana* 91-98 Carroll* 102-81 North Central 91-70 Elmhurst* 91-83 Wheaton 82-76 Millikin 97-77 Elmhurst* 95-70 Maryville 71-73 1992-93 (16-9) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: S. Kuehl, B. Martin, Steve Czirjak, David Kunka Nebraska Wesleyan* 93-81 DePauw* 86-81 (OT) @Northern Illinois 66-86 Loras* 71-59 St. Joseph’s 96-72 Olivet Nazarene 83-93 @Hawaii Pacific 90-101 @Brigham Young-Hawaii 76-80 @Sheldon Jackson 91-75 Chicago* 91-63 Augustana 80-94 North Central* 90-54 Wheaton* 99-84 Carthage* 93-76 Elmhurst* 85-74 North Park 66-67 North Central 99-63 Millikin 89-92 (OT) Wheaton 83-78 Carthage 79-71 North Park* 85-69 Elmhurst 96-104 (2OT) Augustana* 78-79 (OT) Millikin* 118-94 Olivet Nazarene* 103-98 1993-94 (19-8) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: Groenenboom, Lipic DePauw* 64-70 LaVerne 86-74 Bradley 63-81 Chicago 90-56 Olivet Nazarene* 75-77 Illinois Benedictine 102-60 Rose-Hulman* 84-80 Aurora 92-103 Hanover 81-78 Denison 84-63 Anderson* 83-54 Carthage* 94-63 Augustana* 90-66 Wheaton 80-83 North Central 72-59 Elmhurst* 89-81 North Park 73-83 Millikin* 90-75 Augustana 87-77 Wheaton* 95-87 (OT) North Central* 73-59 Elmhurst 68-67 Carthage 76-75 North Park* 91-80 Millikin 84-86 @Manchester 79-77 Washington & Jefferson 82-97 1994-95 (24-4) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: M. Aubry, C. Hutson Washington U. 81-78 DePauw 94-89 (2OT) Rose-Hulman 68-64 Aurora* 99-96 Rockford* 117-80 Anderson 83-66 Illinois Benedictine* 85-64 @Florida Tech 78-82 @Florida Southern 65-87

Carthage* 98-62 Augustana 87-46 Wheaton* 96-93 North Central* 91-58 Elmhurst 78-63 North Park* 105-76 Millikin 93-89 Augustana* 73-65 Wheaton 83-91 North Central 82-71 Elmhurst* 104-75 Carthage 105-78 North Park 71-53 Millikin* 84-64 Westminster* 115-74 Washington U.* 90-65 Baldwin-Wallace* 67-51 Manchester* 82-89 1995-96 (28-3) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: B. Knight, C. Simich Nebraska Wesleyan* 80-65 Washington U.* 83-74 Rose-Hulman* 72-67 Rockford* 110-39 Olivet Nazarene 62-57 Illinois Benedictine* 82-63 Teikyo-Marycrest* 103-64 Aurora* 105-89 Florida Tech 81-71 Eckerd 82-77 Carthage 72-59 Augustana* 98-72 Wheaton* 68-67 North Central 85-60 Elmhurst* 84-47 Illinois College* 82-67 North Park 86-76 Millikin 86-71 Augustana 76-66 North Central* 84-68 Wheaton 71-83 Elmhurst 72-86 Carthage* 94-64 North Park* 96-89 Millikin* 100-90 Ripon* 77-66 Hanover* 73-67 Roanoke (Va.) 116-88 Washington U. 73-61 Rowan (N.J.) 77-79 Franklin & Marshall 89-57 1996-97 (29-2) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Bryan Crabtree DePauw 82-62 Wittenberg 91-69 Rockford* 89-64 Carthage* 88-61 Olivet Nazarene* 81-75 @Aurora 98-90 Ind.-South Bend* 78-67 Rose-Hulman* 88-63 @Concordia (Calif.) 82-77 Montana St.-Northern 83-69 @Westmont (Calif.) 68-60 Millikin* 80-76 North Park* 95-70 Augustana* 71-54 @Wheaton 94-90 (OT) @North Central 72-81 @Elmhurst 80-71 @Carthage 98-64 @Augustana 81-68 Elmhurst* 82-60 Wheaton* 75-63 @North Park 96-62 North Central* 84-66 @Millikin 100-81 @Benedictine 65-77 Maryville (Mo.)* 105-66 Rose-Hulman* 54-53 Bridgewater (Va.)* 87-60 Methodist (N.C.)* 95-63


Alvernia (Pa.) Nebraska Wesleyan

85-82 89-86

1997-98 (22-5) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Andrew Boyden Washington U. 76-63 DePauw 71-72 Benedictine * 94-86 Olivet Nazarene * 93-86 Aurora * 84-76 Rose-Hulman 74-75 Lewis & Clark 102-85 Bethel (Ind.) 94-108 Webber 90-67 Rockford * 109-60 Carthage * 99-85 Elmhurst 87-84 (OT) Wheaton 85-88 (2OT) Augustana 85-80 Carthage 77-66 North Park * 85-65 North Central * 87-74 Millikin 91-81 Elmhurst * 73-58 Wheaton * 103-73 Augustana * 78-65 North Central 84-70 North Park 90-73 Chicago * 88-76 Millikin * 92-73 Franklin * 95-92 (OT) Gustavus Adolphus 61-67 1998-99 (17-9) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: A. Boyden, N. Hubbard Pomona-Pitzer 87-71 Washington U. 81-75 Nebraska Wesleyan 89-85 (OT) Olivet Nazarene 83-79 BENEDICTINE 70-73 AURORA 78-64 ILLINOIS COLLEGE 89-82 Chaminade 73-80 Brigham Young Hawa ii 92-87 Hawaii Pacific 71-89 NORTH CENTRAL 79-62 Wheaton 81-83 North Park 85-72 MILLIKIN 63-65 AUGUSTANA 55-57 Elmhurst 63-75 NORTH PARK 81-64 Carthage 77-52 WHEATON 87-76 North Central 67-55 Augustana 81-69 CARTHAGE 74-63 ELMHURST 75-66 Millikin 87-69 Ripon 58-63 1999-2000 (17-8) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Korey Coon ROANOKE 93-85 WITTENBERG 77-60 Hastings 75-71 Nebraska Wesleyan 70-72 CHICAGO 75-71 BENEDICTINE 93-87 OLIVET NAZARENE 90-74 Aurora 115-113 2OT U.C.-SANTA CRUZ 72-61 Florida Southern 60-93 Eckerd 70- 77 AUGUSTANA 83-75 NORTH PARK 85-78 ELMHURST 72-59 Wheaton 70-53 North Central 85-62 North Park 67-69 CARTHAGE 95-84 MILLIKIN 82-76 Augustana 74-89

Carthage 75- 80 Elmhurst 84-78 WHEATON 83-88 NORTH CENTRAL 99-89 Millikin 101-106 2OT 2000-01 (24-7) Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Adam Osborne BLACKBURN 79-64 at Chicago 76-77 MacMURRAY 96-50 at Benedictine 84-81 AURORA 67-60 WASHINGTON U. 94-86 OLIVET NAZARENE 87-63 vs Brewton Parker 79-75 vs Wisconsin-Superior 72-82 at Florida Tech 88-85 RIPON 89-80 at Elmhurst 87-89 AUGUSTANA 91-72 WHEATON 74-62 at North Central 85-82 at Carthage 70-90 NORTH PARK 68-62 MILLIKIN 98-84 at Augustana 70-76 at North Park 92-85 OT at Wheaton 63-67 NORTH CENTRAL 86-72 ELMHURST 71-63 CARTHAGE 83-71 at Millikin 96-65 GRINNELL 132-91 at Wartburg 65-60 vs Elmhurst 63-60 at Chicago 77-68 vs William Paterson 52-67 vs Ohio Northern 76-73 2001-02 (12-13) Coach: Scott Trost Captain: Ryan McCreery vs Concordia University 72-74 at Ripon College 51-73 HARDIN SIMMONS 88-47 BENEDICTINE U. 84-56 U. OF CHICAGO 65-60 AURORA 81-58 at Washington University 5 8-81 at Olivet Nazarene 81-88 OT vs Univ. of Alberta 76-82 vs St. Xavier 73-67 at California Lutheran 97-71 ELMHURST 80-70 AUGUSTANA 77-85 NORTH PARK 102-68 at Carthage 49-72 at Millikin University 63-61 at Wheaton 60-55 NORTH CENTRAL 76-79 OT CARTHAGE 56-76 at Elmhurst 61-71 at North Park 55-68 WHEATON 85-74 at Augustana 92-106 at North Central 74-77 OT MILLIKIN 82-79 2002-03 (22-6) Coach: Scott Trost Captains: Luke Kasten, John Camardella vs DePauw University 77-64 at Wabash College 78-64 DOMINICAN 79-55 at Chicago 69-77 WASHINGTON U. 75-88 OLIVET NAZARENE 104-67 at Fontbonne 87-63 vs St. John’s (Minn.) 76-56 vs UW-Stout 89-75 vs Nebraska Wesleyan 68-56 BELOIT COLLEGE 76-61 AUGUSTANA 66-62

MILLIKIN 69-54 at Wheaton 62-55 CARTHAGE 64-62 at North Central 103-95 NORTH PARK 78-51 at Elmhurst 72-74 at Augustana 75-80 NORTH CENTRAL 81-67 WHEATON 80-75 at North Park 98-97 OT at Carthage 64-75 at Millikin 70-62 ELMHURST 73-65 BLACKBURN 79-59 at Washington U. 85-73 vs Hampden-Sydney 68-76 2003-04 (21-7) Coach: Scott Trost Captain: Jim Lehan at Chicago 73-48 vs Trinity (Texas) 65-67 BELOIT 104-84 vs Johns Hopkins 77-64 at Washington University 61-65 OLIVET NAZARENE 85-66 HANOVER 54-63 BENEDICTINE 89-56 at Johnson & Wales 73-54 at Florida Gulf Coast 97-109 WABASH 94-67 ELMHURST 84-74 AUGUSTANA 78-77 OT at Wheaton 64-88 at North Park 74-77 at Millikin 85-69 NORTH PARK 82-51 at North Central 81-74 CARTHAGE 80-68 MILLIKIN 65-51 at Elmhurst 62-55 at Carthage 81-62 at Augustana 84-73 NORTH CENTRAL 97-71 WHEATON 75-72 MARYVILLE 82-73 at Hanover College 77-67 at College of Wooster 53-58 2004-05 (21-5) Coach: Scott Trost Captain: Adam Dauksas, Keelan Amelianovich, Cory Jones AURORA 70-68 DEPAUW 67-48 WASHINGTON (MO.) 90-70 at Olivet Nazarene 80-73 CHICAGO 78-63 FONTBONNE 94-51 at Hanover 53-55 at Beloit 93-53 vs Trinity University 63-67 OT at Southwestern 65-57 at Benedictine 79-68 ELMHURST 84-62 at Wheaton 80-73 AUGUSTANA 67-52 at Millikin 82-66 NORTH PARK 73-58 NORTH CENTRAL 81-67 CARTHAGE 91-67 WHEATON 74-86 at Augustana 76-77 at Carthage 76-68 at Elmhurst 75-59 at North Central 73-70 at North Park 98-89 MILLIKIN 74-51 HANOVER 76-81 2005-06 (25-7) Coach: Scott Trost Captains: A. Dauksas, K. Amelianovich, Cory Jones vs Univ. of Texas-Dallas 71-58 at Wabash College 79-67

OLIVET NAZARENE 87-68 ST. XAVIER 81-61 at Chicago 71-67 at Washington University 83-56 at Illinois College 85-57 HANOVER 72-61 vs Puget Sound 104-87 at Westmont 76-60 NORTH CENTRAL 70-74 at Carthage 80-79 at Millikin 68-60 OT at Elmhurst 64-72 WHEATON 87-81 OT at North Park 78-57 AUGUSTANA 54-57 CARTHAGE 95-61 at North Central 91-88 ELMHURST 88-87 OT MILLIKIN 95-76 at Wheaton 66-69 at Augustana 85-93 OT NORTH PARK 94-67 at Augustana 81-67 vs North Central 49-51 vs Carroll College 81-68 at UW-Whitewater 85-71 at Lawrence 71-68 vs Puget Sound 113-99 vs Virginia Wesleyan 79-81 vs Amherst 71-68 2006-07 (11-14) Coach: Ron Rose Captain: Z. Freeman, A. Freeman vs Clarke 86-59 at UW-Whitewater 69-68 OT ILLINOIS COLLEGE 75-70 vs Ohio Wesleyan 74-87 vs Judson (Ill.) College 92-50 at Saint Xavier 73-75 at Olivet Nazarene 64-63 WASHINGTON U. 63-75 U. OF CHICAGO 60-64 at Hanover 84-65 ALBION 94-80 CARTHAGE 79-76 MILLIKIN 82-84 at Elmhurst 57-76 at Wheaton 65-79 NORTH PARK 81-90 at Augustana 62-64 at Carthage 83-94 NORTH CENTRAL 65-51 ELMHURST 69-84 at Millikin 66-60 WHEATON 84-93 AUGUSTANA 77-80 at North Park 81-80 at North Central 70-77 2007-08 (16-11) Coach: Ron Rose Captain: D. Gant, A. Gilmore vs Tri-State U. 89-82 OT at Albion 55-75 OLIVET NAZARENE 79-97 DOMINICAN 69-67 WEBSTER 82-69 at Illinois College 88-75 at Washington University 66-69 at Chicago 70-85 HANOVER 88-76 at Occidental College 67-88 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 70-61 NORTH CENTRAL 68-59 at Carthage 79-81 OT at Millikin 62-47 at Elmhurst 77-90 WHEATON 63-60 at North Park University 5 7-55 AUGUSTANA 61-65 CARTHAGE 87-77 at North Central 81-67 ELMHURST 75-71 MILLIKIN 95-52

at Wheaton at Augustana NORTH PARK vs Wheaton at Augustana

61-59 68-83 57-67 OT 81-78 60-71

2008-09 (13-12) Coach: Ron Rose Captain: Brett Chamernik, Sean Dwyer vs Taylor-Fort Wayne 90-70 at Manchester 78-73 MARYVILLE (MO.) 95-77 at Olivet Nazarene 63-76 at Washington U. 86-93 vs Hamilton College 70-55 at Hanover 76-75 OT U. OF CHICAGO 70-55 vs St. Xavier 72-74 vs Missouri Baptist 82-73 ILLINOIS COLLEGE 82-59 at Wheaton College 70-74 NORTH CENTRAL 70-77 at Carthage 73-70 ELMHURST 72-90 NORTH PARK 102-82 at Augustana 66-82 MILLIKIN 81-64 at Elmhurst 92-98 CARTHAGE 67-74 at North Central 77-71 at North Park 67-64 WHEATON 60-86 at Millikin 57-80 AUGUSTANA 65-74 2009-10 (23-8) Coach: Ron Rose Captain: Sean Dwyer BENEDICTINE (ILL.) 89-79 WEBSTER 78-49 JOHNSON & WALES 101-62 WASHINGTON U. 71-76 MANCHESTER 79-77 MONMOUTH (ILL.) 65-55 at Chicago 60-68 MACMURRAY 79-70 at Illinois College 70-59 at Trinity University 96-67 vs Southwestern Univ. 91-75 at North Central 84-79 CARTHAGE 79-69 MILLIKIN 75-71 at Elmhurst 77-67 at Wheaton 65-66 NORTH PARK 83-77 AUGUSTANA 71-64 at Carthage 55-80 NORTH CENTRAL 92-85 ELMHURST 73-59 at Millikin 75-66 WHEATON 59-65 at Augustana 62-59 at North Park 67-70 vs Wheaton (Ill.) 68-59 at Carthage 67-70 vs Central College 86-81 at Washington University 75-70 vs Carthage 77-72 at UW-Stevens Point 56-72 2010-11 (20-9) Coach: Ron Rose Captain: Sean Johnson, Doug Sexauer, Travis Rosenkranz at Benedictine 78-64 AURORA 78-76 RIPON 82-74 at Monmouth College 81-68 DOMINICAN 83-70 at Webster University 84-80 CHICAGO 78-83 MACMURRAY 94-65 at Washington University 75-83 (OT) vs. Gettysburg College 67-53


at California Lutheran 81-69 NORTH CENTRAL 7 2-67 (OT) at Carthage College 52-73 at Millikin University 75-56 ELMHURST 75-55 WHEATON 82-72 at North Park University 57-65 at Augustana 67-69 CARTHAGE 103-94 (2OT) at Elmhurst 72-68 at Millikin 78-53 at Wheaton College 76-78 (OT) at North Central 58-64 (OT) NORTH PARK 73-57 AUGUSTANA 70-68 CCIW Tournament at North Central 69-57 vs. Augustana 52-76 NCAA Tournament vs. Wisconsin-River Falls 83-76 at St. Thomas (Minn.) 70-78 2011-12 (23-8) Coach: Ron Rose Captain: Jordan Zimmer

BENEDICTINE (ILL.) 99-70 vs MacMurray College 102-62 at Illinois College 79-73 MONMOUTH (ILL.) 77-49 at Ripon College 61-80 at UW-Whitewater 53-65 WEBSTER 97-64 at Chicago 84-63 WASHINGTON U. 71-56 vs Bethany College 63-60 at Staten Island 90-79 WHEATON 87-77 at North Park 76-70 AUGUSTANA 73-63 CARTHAGE 69-61 at North Central 69-82 at Elmhurst 77-60 MILLIKIN 75-53 at Wheaton College 53-60 at Augustana 78-80 NORTH PARK 84-63 NORTH CENTRAL 73-80 at Carthage 69-64 at MILLIKIN 84-45 CCIW Tournament

ELMHURST 79-60 vs Wheaton College 56-69 NCAA Tournament at UW-Stevens Point 69-61 at Hope 108-101 (2OT) at College of Wooster 69-67 vs Wittenberg Univ. 70-49 vs Cabrini 78-81 2012-13 (23-6) Coach: Ron Rose Captain: Kevin Reed, Dan Oswald COE 52-51 LORAS 75-63 ILLINOIS COLLEGE 74-65 at Wabash College 62-56 WIS.-WHITEWATER 65-71 vs Tufts 71-62 at Washington U. 57-67 U. OF CHICAGO 82-63 vs Mississippi 67-50 vs Hope College 68-67 at Franklin 66-67 at Wheaton College 83-80 ELMHURST 80-51

AUGUSTANA 63-60 CARTHAGE 82-65 at North Park 86-59 at Millikin 93-60 NORTH CENTRAL 69-61 at Elmhurst 71-52 at Augustana 71-65 WHEATON 79-64 NORTH PARK 88-44 at Carthage 78-59 MILLIKIN 68-54 at North Central 83-87 CCIW Tournament AUGUSTANA 47-53 NCAA Tournament TRANSYLVANIA 80-71 at Washington U. 71-67 at North Central 73-83

The Illinois Wesleyan men’s basketball team won 24 straight games from late 1934-35 (final two games), all of 1935-36 (20-0), and the first two games of 1936-37. Other long winning streaks are 15 games (1996-97), 13 games (1997-98), 12 (2002-03 and 2003-04), and nine games (2004-05).

IWU National Semifinal Teams 1995-96 (28-3)

Coach: Dennie Bridges Captains: Brady Knight, Chris Simich Nebraska Wesleyan* 80-65 Washington U.* 83-74 Rose-Hulman* 72-67 Rockford* 110-39 Olivet Nazarene 62-57 Illinois Benedictine* 82-63 Teikyo-Marycrest* 103-64 Aurora* 105-89 Florida Tech 81-71 Eckerd 82-77 Carthage 72-59 Augustana* 98-72 Wheaton* 68-67 North Central 85-60 Elmhurst* 84-47 Illinois College* 82-67 North Park 86-76 Millikin 86-71 Augustana 76-66 North Central* 84-68 Wheaton 71-83 Elmhurst 72-86 Carthage* 94-64 North Park* 96-89 Millikin* 100-90 Ripon* 77-66 Hanover* 73-67 Roanoke (Va.) 116-88 Washington U. 73-61 Rowan (N.J.) 77-79 Franklin & Marshall 89-57

The 1995-96 team finished third in the NCAA Division III tournament. Front row (from left): Scott Peterson, Jon Litwiller, Chris Senica, Chris Simich, Andy Boyden, John Baines and Bryan Crabtree. Back row: Assistant coach Dennis Martel, assistant coach David Steinbrueck, Kyle Tudeen, Brian Green, Brent Niebrugge, Matt Swingler, T.J. Posey, Brady Knight, Tony Pacetti, head coach Dennie Bridges.


1996-97 (29-2)

Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Bryan Crabtree DePauw 82-62 Wittenberg 91-69 Rockford* 89-64 Carthage* 88-61 Olivet Nazarene* 81-75 @Aurora 98-90 Ind.-South Bend* 78-67 Rose-Hulman* 88-63 @Concordia (Calif.) 82-77 Montana St.-Northern 83-69 @Westmont (Calif.) 68-60 Millikin* 80-76 North Park* 95-70 Augustana* 71-54 @Wheaton 94-90 (OT) @North Central 72-81 @Elmhurst 80-71 @Carthage 98-64 @Augustana 81-68 Elmhurst* 82-60 Wheaton* 75-63 @North Park 96-62 North Central* 84-66 @Millikin 100-81 @Benedictine 65-77 Maryville (Mo.)* 105-66 Rose-Hulman* 54-53 Bridgewater (Va.)* 87-60 Methodist (N.C.)* 95-63 Alvernia (Pa.) 85-82 Nebraska Wesleyan 89-86

The 1996-97 team was 29-2 and won the NCAA Division III tournament. Front row (from left): Seth Zeller, Tony Pacetti, Korey Coon, Jason Osborn, Jerry Happ, Mike Pope, Mike Rogers. Back row: Andy Boyden, Kyle Tudeen, Buck Condill, Brent Niebrugge, Bryan Crabtree, Matt Hoder, Matt Mann, Nathan Hubbard, John Baines, head coach Dennie Bridges.

2000-01 (24-7)

Coach: Dennie Bridges Captain: Adam Osborn Blackburn* 79-64 Chicago 76-77 MacMurray* 96-50 Benedictine U. 84-81 Aurora* 67-60 Washington U.* 94-86 Olivet Nazarene* 87-63 Brewton Parker 79-75 Wisconsin-Superior 72-82 Florida Tech 88-85 Ripon College* 89-80 Elmhurst 87-89 Augustana* 91-72 Wheaton* 74-62 North Central 85-82 Carthage 70-90 North Park* 68-62 Millikin* 98-84 Augustana 70-76 North Park 92-85 Wheaton 63-67 North Central* 86-72 Elmhurst* 71-63 Carthage* 83-71 Millikin 96-65 Grinnell* 132-91 Wartburg 65-60 Elmhurst 63-60 Chicago 77-68 William Paterson 52-67 Ohio Northern 76-73

The 2000-01 team finished third in the NCAA Division III tournament. Front row (from left): Head coach Dennie Bridges, Martin Eich, Seth Hubbard, Luke Kasten, Todd Wente, Mike Rogers, Ryan McCreery, John Camardella. Back row: Assistant coach David Steinbrueck, Laban Cross, Adam Osborn, Eric Starkey, Jabari Adams, Craig Bunting, John O’Brien, Casey Tushaus, Chris Silagi, Shawn McGuire, Jim Lehan, assistant coach Dennis Martel.


2005-06 (25-7)

Coach: Scott Trost Captains: Keelan Amelianovich, Adam Dauksas, Cory Jones Texas-Dallas 71-58 Wabash 79-67 Olivet Nazarene* 87-68 St. Xavier* 81-61 Chicago 71-67 Washington U. 83-56 Illinois College 85-57 Hanover * 72-61 Puget Sound 104-87 Westmont 76-60 North Central* 70-74 Carthage 80-79 Millikin 68-60 (OT) Elmhurst 64-72 Wheaton* 87-81 (OT) North Park 78-57 Augustana* 54-57 Carthage* 95-61 North Central 91-88 Elmhurst* 88-87 (OT) Millikin* 95-76 Wheaton 66-69 Augustana 85-93 (OT) North Park* 94-67 Augustana* 81-67 North Central # 49-51 Carroll # 81-68 Wis.-Whitewater* 85-71 Lawrence* 71-68 Puget Sound # 113-99 Virginia Wesleyan # 79-81 Amherst # 71-68

The 2005-06 team finished third in the NCAA Division III tournament. Front row (from left): Jordan Morris, Charlie Grady, Teddy Toliver, Andrew Gilmore, Greg Milligan, Matt Bone. Middle: Steve Schweer. Jason Fisher, Cory Jones, Adam Dauksas, Keelan Amelianovich, Mike McGraw, Chris Jones, Zach Freeman. Back: Assistant Dennis Martel, Kevin Bryant, Brett Chamernik, Steve Manus, Brian Nussbaum, Tyler Smith, Andrew Freeman, Darius Gant, Mike Harrigan, Jason Bloom, Anthony Pavone, John Caywood, assistant coach Chad Hutson, head coach Scott Trost. Not present: Matt Arnold, assistant coach David Steinbrueck..

2011-12 (23-8)

Coach: Ron Rose Captain: Jordan Zimmer BENEDICTINE (ILL.) 99-70 vs MacMurray College 102-62 at Illinois College 79-73 MONMOUTH (ILL.) 77-49 at Ripon College 61-80 at UW-Whitewater 53-65 WEBSTER 97-64 at Chicago 84-63 WASHINGTON U. (MO.) 7 1-56 vs Bethany College 63-60 at Staten Island 90-79 WHEATON 87-77 at North Park 76-70 AUGUSTANA 73-63 CARTHAGE 69-61 at North Central 69-82 at Elmhurst 77-60 MILLIKIN 75-53 at Wheaton College 53-60 at Augustana 78-80 NORTH PARK 84-63 NORTH CENTRAL 73-80 at Carthage 69-64 at MILLIKIN 84-45 CCIW Tournament ELMHURST 79-60 vs Wheaton College 56-69 NCAA Tournament at UW-Stevens Point 69-61 at Hope 108-101 (2OT) at College of Wooster 69-67 vs Wittenberg Univ. 70-49 vs Cabrini 78-81

The 2011-12 team advanced to the semifinals in the NCAA Division III tournament. Front row (from left): Josh Wiggs, John Koschnitzky, Parker Musselman, Nick Anderson, Drew Blumenshine, Brandon Heyen, Kevin Reed, Michael Mayberger. Middle row: Brady Zimmer, Victor David, manager Ashlyn Huegel, assistant coach Lucas Lopez, assistant coach David Steinbrueck, Dave Feeney, head coach Ron Rose, assistant coach Buddy Sodemann, trainer Justin Stanek, Andrew Ziemnik, Jordan Zimmer. Back row: Eloiud Gonzalez, David Molinari, Connor Wheeler, Stephen Rudnicki, Eric Dortch, Dylan Overstreet, Daniel Oswald, Randy Azuogu.


IWU National Tournament Results YEAR OPPONENT 1948-49 Western Illinois Eastern Illinois 1950-51 Eastern Illinois 1952-53 Wheaton Eastern Illinois 1953-54 Millikin Quincy 1960-61 McKendree Lewis Gustavus Adolphus Central Oklahoma 1961-62 McKendree 1963-64 Lewis 1964-65 Eastern Illinois Lewis 1965-66 Illinois College Lewis Dickinson State (N.D.) Midwestern Georgia Southern 1966-67 Quincy 1969-70 Olivet Nazarene Quincy Kentucky State 1970-71 Blackburn Eastern Illinois Northern State (S.D.) 1974-75 Rockford Chicago State Montevallo Grand Canyon 1975-76 Northeastern Illinois Quincy Southwest Baptist Henderson (Ark.) 1976-77 Olivet Nazarene Quincy St. Augustine Hawaii-Hilo Henderson (Ark.) 1979-80 Aurora Chicago State Quincy Abilene Christian 1980-81 McKendree 1981-82 St. Francis Chicago State 1982-83 Eureka Quincy

W/L SCORE W 56-49 L 58-67 L 62-95 W 95-71 L 69-90 W 83-69 L 79-81 W 87-74 W 73-56 W 79-63 L 62-84 L 58-62 L 80-81 W 60-59 L 56-73 W 103-55 W 83-77 W 86-76 W 96-82 L 72-96 L 68-72 W 113-83 W 96-92 L 56-64 W 112-96 W 85-71 L 76-88 W 88-63 W 103-82 W 76-67 L 63-66 W 103-77 W 80-64 W 100-84 L 66-68 W 91-71 W 56-54 W 87-67 W 85-74 L 73-87 W 96-85 W 70-69 W 65-63 L 55-75 L 59-73 W 93-65 L 63-65 W 84-70 L 74-81

NCAA DIVISION III IWU has appeared in 21 Division III tournaments in the 28 years since joining the NCAA. The Titans have lost to formidable opponents in the NCAA tourney — Wis.-Whitewater (1984 champs), LeMoyne-Owen (1986 runner-up), North Park (1987 champs), Ohio Wesleyan (1988 champs), DePauw (1990 runner-up), Manchester (1995 runner-up), Rowan (1996 champions),Virginia Wesleyan (2006 champions), and Wis.-Stevens Point (2010 champions). 1983-84 + Wis.-Whitewater * @ North Central 1985-86 Wisconsin Whitewater Ripon @ LeMoyne-Owen # 1986-87 + DePauw @ North Park * 1987-88 + Monmouth @ Millikin @ Ohio Wesleyan *

L 67-75 L 75-82 W 79-75 W 63-57 L 85-93 W 69-61 L 77-82 W 99-74 W 91-74 L 103-106

1989-90 North Park W 83-68 North Central W 71-63 + Nebraska Wesleyan W 85-63 + DePauw # L 65-68 1990-91 @ Ripon L 63-65 1991-92 Elmhurst W 95-70 @ Maryville (Tenn.) L 71-73 1993-94 @ Manchester W 79-77 + Wash. & Jefferson (Pa. L 82-97 1994-95 Westminster W 115-74 Washington (Mo.) W 90-65 Baldwin-Wallace W 67-51 Manchester# L 82-89 1995-96 Ripon W 77-66 Hanover W 73-67 @ Roanoke W 116-88 + Washington (Mo.) W 73-61 + Rowan* L 77-79 + Franklin & Marshall W 89-57 1996-97 Maryville (Mo.) W 105-66 Rose-Hulman W 54-53 Bridgewater (Va.) W 87-60 Methodist (N.C.) W 95-63 + Alvernia (Pa.) W 85-82 + Nebraska Wesleyan W 89-86 1997-98 Franklin (Ind.) W 95-92 (OT) + Gustavus Adolphus L 61-67 1998-99 @ Ripon L 58-63 2000-01 Grinnell W 132-91 @ Wartburg W 65-60 + Elmhurst W 63-60 @ Chicago W 77-68 + William Paterson L 52-67 + Ohio Northern W 76-73 2002-03 Blackburn W 79-59 @ Washington U. W 85-73 + Hampden-Sydney L 68-76 2003-04 Maryville (Mo.) W 82-73 @ Hanover W 77-67 @ College of Wooster L 53-58 2004-05 Hanover L 76-81 2005-06 + Carroll W 81-68 @ Wisconsin-Whitewater W 85-71 @ Lawrence W 71-68 + Puget Sound W 113-99 + Virginia Wesleyan L 79-81 + Amherst W 71-68 2009-10 + Central (Iowa) W 86-81 @ Washington U. W 75-70 + Carthage W 77-72 @ Wis.-Stevens Point * L 56-72 2010-11 + Wis.-River Falls W 83-76 + St. Thomas L 70-78 2011-12 + Wis.-Stevens Point W 69-61 @ Hope W 108-101 (2ot) @ College of Wooster W 69-67 + Wittenberg W 70-49 + Cabrini L 78-81 2012-13 Transylvania W 80-71 @ Washington U. W 71-67 @ North Central L 73-83 @ - Away game. * - Eventual Division III national champion. # - Eventual Division III national runner-up.

+ - Neutral site game.


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

Points 1. 2272 - Jack Sikma (107 games) - 1973-77 2. 2062 - Blaise Bugajski (103 games) - 1979-80,81-84 3. 1871 - Bryan Crabtree (114 games) - 1993-97 4. 1848 - Luke Kasten (109 games) - 1999-03 5. 1833 - Greg Yess (107 games) - 1978-82 6. 1782 - Korey Coon (109 games) - 1996-00 7. 1688 - Zach Freeman (107 games) - 2003-07 8. 1590 - Keelan Amelianovich (104 games) - 2002-06 9. 1583 - Sean Johnson (111 games) - 2007-11 10. 1573 - Sheldon Thompson (101 games) - 1967-71 1573 - Jeff Kuehl (89 games) - 1986-90 12. 1475 - Adam Dauksas (114 games) - 2002-06 13. 1430 - Steve Kuehl (111 games) - 1989-93 14. 1418 - Tom Gramkow (93 games) - 1966-70 15. 1392 - Doug Sexauer (112 games) - 2007-11 16. 1375 - John Gibson (97 games) - 1968-72 17. 1363 - Chris Simich (104 games) - 1992-96 18. 1353 - Eric Bridges (107 games) - 1983-87 19. 1326 - Dennis Kagel (94 games) - 1965-69 20. 1294 - John Lipic (105 games) - 1990-94 21. 1292 - Stan Broers (102 games) - 1968-72 22. 1256 - Dean Padgett (78 games) - 1954-58 23. 1248 - Jerry Wisted (97 games) - 1959-63 24. 1238 - Brian Coderre (111 games) - 1984-88 25. 1231 - Bruce Foote (108 games) - 1972-76 26. 1230 - Al Black (97 games) - 1975-79 27. 1228 - Jordan Zimmer (107 games) - 2008-12 28. 1227 - Glen Newton (96 games) - 1952-56 29. 1218 - Steve Laub (102 games) - 1963-67 30. 1212 - Brian Martin (111 games) - 1989-93 31. 1202 - Larry Lessen (112 games) - 1984-88 32. 1195 - Andy Boyden (105 games) - 1994-99 33. 1178 - Dean Gravlin (81 games) - 1969-73 34. 1154 - David Kunka (109 games) - 1988-91,92-93 35. 1145 - Mark Edmundson (113 games) - 1986-90 36. 1108 - Steve Czirjak (107 games) - 1989-93 37. 1088 - Ken Lock (93 games) - 1962-66 38. 1075 - Chris Eldredge (114 games) - 1974-78 39. 1035 - Bob Spear (115 games) - 1973-77 40. 997 - Keith Luechtefeld (108 games) - 1983-87 41. 971 - Brent Niebrugge (75 games) - 1994-98 42. 959 - Jamie Shouba (64 games) - 1963-66 43. 955 - Mark Aubry (71 games) - 1992-95 44. 949 - Paul Petersen (110 games) - 1984-88 45. 931 - Seth Hubbard (108 games) - 1999-03 46. 926 - Dennie Bridges (93 games) - 1957-61 47. 913 - Brad Gregurich (106 games) - 1979-83 48. 910 - Travis Rosenkranz (101 games) - 2007-11 49. 870 - Nathan Hubbard (94 games) - 1995-99 50. 791 - Chad Hutson (99 games) - 1991-95

Scoring average (min. 5 games) 1. 21.2 - Jack Sikma (107 games) - 1973-77 2. 20.0 - Blaise Bugajski (103 games) - 1979-80,81-84 3. 17.7 - Jeff Kuehl (89 games) - 1986-90 4. 17.1 - Greg Yess (107 games) - 1978-82 5. 17.0 - Luke Kasten (109 games) - 1999-03 6. 16.4 - Bryan Crabtree (114 games) - 1993-97 7. 16.3 - Korey Coon (109 games) - 1996-00 8. 16.1 - Dean Padgett (78 games) - 1954-58 9. 15.8 - Zach Freeman (107 games) - 2003-07 10. 15.6 - Sheldon Thompson (101 games) - 1967-71 11. 15.3 - Keelan Amelianovich (104 games) - 2002-06 12. 15.2 - Tom Gramkow (93 games) - 1966-70 13. 15.0 - Jamie Shouba (64 games) - 1963-66 14. 14.5 - Dean Gravlin (81 games) - 1969-73 15. 14.5 - Bill Braksick (29 games) - 1987-88 16. 14.3 - Sean Johnson (111 games) - 2007-11 17. 14.2 - John Gibson (97 games) - 1968-72 18. 14.1 - Dennis Kagel (94 games) - 1965-69 19. 13.6 - David Caldwell (57 games) - 1989-91 20. 13.5 - Mark Aubry (71 games) - 1992-95 21. 13.1 - Chris Simich (104 games) - 1992-96 22. 12.9 - Brent Niebrugge (75 games) - 1994-98 23. 12.9 - Adam Dauksas (114 games) - 2002-06 24. 12.9 - Steve Kuehl (111 games) - 1989-93 25. 12.9 - Jerry Wisted (97 games) - 1959-63 26. 12.8 - Glen Newton (96 games) - 1952-56 27. 12.7 - Al Black (97 games) - 1975-79 28. 12.7 - Stan Broers (102 games) - 1968-72 29. 12.6 - Eric Bridges (107 games) - 1983-87 30. 12.4 - Doug Sexauer (112 games) - 2007-11 31. 12.3 - John Lipic (105 games) - 1990-94 32. 12.0 - Jon Litwiller (59 games) - 1994-96 33. 11.9 - Steve Laub (102 games) - 1963-67 34. 11.7 - Ken Lock (93 games) - 1962-66 35. 11.5 - Jordan Zimmer (107 games) - 2008-12 36. 11.4 - Bruce Foote (108 games) - 1972-76 37. 11.4 - Andy Boyden (105 games) - 1994-99 38. 11.2 - Brian Coderre (111 games) - 1984-88 39. 10.9 - Brian Martin (111 games) - 1989-93 40. 10.7 - Larry Lessen (112 games) - 1984-88 41. 10.6 - David Kunka (109 games) - 1988-91,92-93 42. 10.5 - Matt Hoder (58 games) - 1996-98 43. 10.5 - Pat Sodemann (22 games) - 2012-13 44. 10.4 - Steve Czirjak (107 games) - 1989-93 45. 10.2 - Bill Patterson (72 games) - 1964-67 46. 10.1 - Mark Edmundson (113 games) - 1986-90 47. 10.0 - Fred Evans (25 games) - 1969-70 48. 10.0 - Dan Hiser (70 games) - 1970-74 49. 10.0 - Dennie Bridges (93 games) - 1957-61 50. 9.4 - Chris Eldredge (114 games) - 1974-78


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

Field goals made 1. 941 - Jack Sikma (107 games) - 1973-77 2. 814 - Blaise Bugajski (103 games) - 1979-80,81-84 3. 750 - Greg Yess (107 games) - 1978-82 4. 687 - Luke Kasten (109 games) - 1999-03 5. 629 - Jeff Kuehl (89 games) - 1986-90 6. 618 - Sheldon Thompson (101 games) - 1967-71 7. 602 - Zach Freeman (107 games) - 2003-07 8. 592 - Doug Sexauer (112 games) - 2007-11 9. 591 - Tom Gramkow (93 games) - 1966-70 10. 587 - Bryan Crabtree (114 games) - 1993-97 11. 581 - Stan Broers (102 games) - 1968-72 12. 576 - Dennis Kagel (94 games) - 1965-69 13. 570 - John Gibson (97 games) - 1968-72 14. 569 - Keelan Amelianovich (104 games) - 2002-06 15. 555 - Eric Bridges (107 games) - 1983-87 16. 544 - Korey Coon (109 games) - 1996-00 17. 539 - Chris Simich (104 games) - 1992-96 18. 529 - Sean Johnson (111 games) - 2007-11 19. 524 - Steve Kuehl (111 games) - 1989-93 20. 513 - Al Black (97 games) - 1975-79 21. 497 - Bruce Foote (108 games) - 1972-76 22. 493 - Brian Coderre (111 games) - 1984-88 23. 481 - Larry Lessen (112 games) - 1984-88 24. 474 - Steve Laub (102 games) - 1963-67 25. 472 - Andy Boyden (105 games) - 1994-99 26. 467 - John Lipic (105 games) - 1990-94 27. 466 - Dean Gravlin (81 games) - 1969-73 28. 451 - Ken Lock (93 games) - 1962-66 29. 447 - Adam Dauksas (114 games) - 2002-06 30. 440 - David Kunka (109 games) - 1988-91,92-93 31. 438 - Dean Padgett (78 games) - 1954-58 32. 436 - Glen Newton (96 games) - 1952-56 33. 435 - Jerry Wisted (97 games) - 1959-63 34. 426 - Brian Martin (111 games) - 1989-93 35. 413 - Steve Czirjak (107 games) - 1989-93 36. 410 - Mark Edmundson (113 games) - 1986-90 37. 405 - Jordan Zimmer (107 games) - 2008-12 38. 401 - Keith Luechtefeld (108 games) - 1983-87 39. 396 - Bob Spear (115 games) - 1973-77 40. 394 - Chris Eldredge (114 games) - 1974-78 41. 385 - Brent Niebrugge (75 games) - 1994-98 42. 377 - Brad Gregurich (106 games) - 1979-83 43. 363 - Paul Petersen (110 games) - 1984-88 44. 357 - Dennie Bridges (93 games) - 1957-61 45. 344 - Tom Baffes (107 games) - 1981-85 46. 329 - Seth Hubbard (108 games) - 1999-03 47. 320 - Jamie Shouba (64 games) - 1963-66 48. 315 - David Caldwell (57 games) - 1989-91 315 - Mark Aubry (71 games) - 1992-95 50. 311 - Travis Rosenkranz (101 games) - 2007-11

Field goal percentage (min. 350 made) 1. .635 - Brent Niebrugge (385-606) - 1994-98 2. .584 - Andy Boyden (472-808) - 1994-99 3. .582 - Zach Freeman (602-1035) - 2003-07 4. .572 - Jeff Kuehl (629-1100) - 1986-90 5. .566 - Al Black (513-906) - 1975-79 6. .563 - Doug Sexauer (592-1051) - 2007-11 7. .542 - Dean Gravlin (466-859) - 1969-73 8. .539 - Steve Kuehl (524-973) - 1989-93 9. .534 - Chris Simich (539-1009) - 1992-96 10. .531 - Blaise Bugajski (814-1533) - 1979-80,81-84 11. .527 - Brian Coderre (493-935) - 1984-88 12. .522 - Larry Lessen (481-922) - 1984-88 13. .519 - Luke Kasten (687-1323) - 1999-03 14. .514 - Jack Sikma (941-1830) - 1973-77 15. .512 - Keelan Amelianovich (569-1111) - 2002-06 16. .505 - David Kunka (440-871) - 1988-91,92-93 17. .504 - Brad Gregurich (377-748) - 1979-83 18. .499 - Bob Spear (396-793) - 1973-77 19. .497 - Korey Coon (544-1095) - 1996-00 20. .489 - Jordan Zimmer (405-829) - 2008-12 21. .487 - Greg Yess (750-1539) - 1978-82 22. .487 - Steve Czirjak (413-848) - 1989-93 23. .482 - John Lipic (467-969) - 1990-94 24. .481 - Paul Petersen (363-754) - 1984-88 25. .478 - Brian Martin (426-892) - 1989-93 26. .476 - Chris Eldredge (394-827) - 1974-78 27. .465 - Bryan Crabtree (587-1262) - 1993-97 28. .464 - Ken Lock (451-972) - 1962-66 29. .459 - Sheldon Thompson (618-1347) - 1967-71 30. .457 - Eric Bridges (555-1214) - 1983-87 31. .448 - Tom Gramkow (591-1319) - 1966-70 32. .443 - Keith Luechtefeld (401-906) - 1983-87 33. .440 - Bruce Foote (497-1129) - 1972-76 34. .435 - Mark Edmundson (410-942) - 1986-90 35. .432 - Steve Laub (474-1096) - 1963-67 36. .429 - Sean Johnson (529-1232) - 2007-11 37. .428 - John Gibson (570-1332) - 1968-72 38. .425 - Adam Dauksas (447-1052) - 2002-06 39. .422 - Stan Broers (581-1377) - 1968-72 40. .414 - Dennis Kagel (576-1391) - 1965-69


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

3-point field goals made 1. 264 - Jordan Zimmer (107 games) - 2008-12 2. 252 - Keelan Amelianovich (104 games) - 2002-06 3. 245 - Korey Coon (109 games) - 1996-00 4. 238 - Sean Johnson (111 games) - 2007-11 5. 235 - Mark Edmundson (113 games) - 1986-90 6. 208 - Adam Dauksas (114 games) - 2002-06 7. 179 - Bryan Crabtree (114 games) - 1993-97 8. 136 - Adam Osborn (90 games) - 1997-01 9. 135 - Mark Aubry (71 games) - 1992-95 10. 117 - Chris Silagi (87 games) - 1999-03 11. 113 - Steve Czirjak (107 games) - 1989-93 12. 111 - Steve Kuehl (111 games) - 1989-93 13. 109 - Nathan Hubbard (94 games) - 1995-99 14. 108 - Brian Martin (111 games) - 1989-93 15. 107 - Laban Cross (93 games) - 1999-03 16. 102 - Paul Petersen (110 games) - 1984-88 17. 84 - Chad Hutson (99 games) - 1991-95 84 - John Camardella (91 games) - 1999-03 84 - David Kunka (109 games) - 1988-91,92-93 84 - Jeff Hay (87 games) - 1987-91 21. 80 - Travis Rosenkranz (101 games) - 2007-11 22. 74 - John Lipic (105 games) - 1990-94 23. 69 - Jason Fisher (88 games) - 2002-06 24. 67 - John Koschnitzky (92 games) - 2008-12 25. 65 - Jordan Morris (70 games) - 2006-09 26. 58 - T.J. Posey (59 games) - 1994-96 27. 57 - Eric Starkey (88 games) - 1999-03 28. 54 - Andrew Ziemnik (72 games) - 2010-13 29. 53 - Ryan McCreery (80 games) - 1999-02 30. 49 - Matt Arnold (62 games) - 2003-06 31. 44 - Victor Davis (70 games) - 2010-13 32. 41 - Doug Sexauer (112 games) - 2007-11 33. 40 - Andrew Freeman (86 games) - 2003-07 34. 39 - Duncan Lawson (72 games) - 2007-11 35. 38 - Mike Harrigan (39 games) - 2005-07 38 - Matt Hoder (58 games) - 1996-98 37. 37 - Andrew Gilmore (42 games) - 2005-08 37 - Sean Dwyer (77 games) - 2006-10 39. 35 - Matt Schick (87 games) - 2007-11 35 - Jim Lehan (86 games) - 2000-04 35 - Pat Sodemann (22 games) - 2012-13 35 - Luke Kasten (109 games) - 1999-03 43. 33 - Jason Osborn (73 games) - 1996-99 44. 32 - Dylan Overstreet (40 games) - 2011-13 45. 30 - Mike McGraw (58 games) - 2003-06 46. 28 - Michael Mayberger (33 games) - 2010-13 47. 27 - Mike Pope (53 games) - 1996-98,99-00 48. 26 - Brady Knight (57 games) - 1994-96 26 - Ron Rose (99 games) - 1984-88 50. 24 - Kyle Tudeen (63 games) - 1994-98 24 - Stephen Rudnicki (76 games) - 2008-12

3-point FG percentage (min. 35 made) 1. .485 - Steve Kuehl (111-229) - 1989-93 2. .481 - Mike Harrigan (38-79) - 2005-07 3. .476 - Keelan Amelianovich (252-529) - 2002-06 4. .466 - Korey Coon (245-526) - 1996-00 5. .462 - John Camardella (84-182) - 1999-03 6. .452 - Matt Hoder (38-84) - 1996-98 7. .445 - Matt Arnold (49-110) - 2003-06 8. .444 - David Kunka (84-189) - 1988-91,92-93 9. .441 - Doug Sexauer (41-93) - 2007-11 10. .439 - Jordan Zimmer (264-602) - 2008-12 11. .423 - Jason Fisher (69-163) - 2002-06 12. .412 - Pat Sodemann (35-85) - 2012-13 13. .411 - Adam Dauksas (208-506) - 2002-06 14. .407 - Andrew Gilmore (37-91) - 2005-08 15. .406 - Steve Czirjak (113-278) - 1989-93 16. .405 - Paul Petersen (102-252) - 1984-88 17. .404 - Chad Hutson (84-208) - 1991-95 18. .403 - Brian Martin (108-268) - 1989-93 19. .402 - Mark Edmundson (235-584) - 1986-90 20. .402 - Luke Kasten (35-87) - 1999-03 21. .385 - Laban Cross (107-278) - 1999-03 22. .384 - Nathan Hubbard (109-284) - 1995-99 23. .382 - Jeff Hay (84-220) - 1987-91 24. .378 - Adam Osborn (136-360) - 1997-01 25. .376 - Mark Aubry (135-359) - 1992-95 26. .375 - Sean Johnson (238-635) - 2007-11 27. .374 - Bryan Crabtree (179-479) - 1993-97 28. .367 - T.J. Posey (58-158) - 1994-96 29. .361 - John Lipic (74-205) - 1990-94 30. .359 - Chris Silagi (117-326) - 1999-03 31. .358 - Ryan McCreery (53-148) - 1999-02 32. .355 - Jordan Morris (65-183) - 2006-09 33. .354 - Matt Schick (35-99) - 2007-11 34. .351 - Andrew Freeman (40-114) - 2003-07 35. .350 - Jim Lehan (35-100) - 2000-04 36. .343 - Sean Dwyer (37-108) - 2006-10 37. .322 - Duncan Lawson (39-121) - 2007-11 38. .322 - Eric Starkey (57-177) - 1999-03 39. .319 - Victor Davis (44-138) - 2010-13 40. .316 - John Koschnitzky (67-212) - 2008-12 41. .298 - Andrew Ziemnik (54-181) - 2010-13 42. .291 - Travis Rosenkranz (80-275) - 2007-11


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

Free throws made 1. 518 - Bryan Crabtree (114 games) - 1993-97 2. 472 - Zach Freeman (107 games) - 2003-07 3. 449 - Korey Coon (109 games) - 1996-00 4. 439 - Luke Kasten (109 games) - 1999-03 5. 434 - Blaise Bugajski (103 games) - 1979-80,81-84 6. 390 - Jack Sikma (107 games) - 1973-77 7. 380 - Dean Padgett (78 games) - 1954-58 8. 378 - Jerry Wisted (97 games) - 1959-63 9. 373 - Adam Dauksas (114 games) - 2002-06 10. 355 - Glen Newton (96 games) - 1952-56 11. 337 - Sheldon Thompson (101 games) - 1967-71 12. 333 - Greg Yess (107 games) - 1978-82 13. 319 - Jamie Shouba (64 games) - 1963-66 14. 308 - Jeff Kuehl (89 games) - 1986-90 15. 287 - Sean Johnson (111 games) - 2007-11 287 - Don Wright (100 games) - 1969-73 287 - Chris Eldredge (114 games) - 1974-78 18. 286 - John Lipic (105 games) - 1990-94 19. 282 - Chris Simich (104 games) - 1992-96 20. 279 - Chad Hutson (99 games) - 1991-95 21. 271 - Steve Kuehl (111 games) - 1989-93 22. 270 - Steve Laub (102 games) - 1963-67 23. 265 - Seth Hubbard (108 games) - 1999-03 24. 252 - Brian Martin (111 games) - 1989-93 252 - Brian Coderre (111 games) - 1984-88 26. 251 - Andy Boyden (105 games) - 1994-99 27. 246 - Dean Gravlin (81 games) - 1969-73 28. 243 - Bob Spear (115 games) - 1973-77 29. 241 - Eric Bridges (107 games) - 1983-87 30. 238 - Larry Lessen (112 games) - 1984-88 31. 237 - Bruce Foote (108 games) - 1972-76 32. 236 - Tom Gramkow (93 games) - 1966-70 33. 235 - John Gibson (97 games) - 1968-72 34. 212 - Dennie Bridges (93 games) - 1957-61 35. 208 - Travis Rosenkranz (101 games) - 2007-11 36. 204 - Al Black (97 games) - 1975-79 37. 201 - Brent Niebrugge (75 games) - 1994-98 38. 200 - Keelan Amelianovich (104 games) - 2002-06 39. 190 - David Kunka (109 games) - 1988-91,92-93 190 - Mark Aubry (71 games) - 1992-95 41. 186 - Ken Lock (93 games) - 1962-66 42. 179 - Keith Luechtefeld (108 games) - 1983-87 43. 174 - Dennis Kagel (94 games) - 1965-69 44. 169 - Steve Czirjak (107 games) - 1989-93 45. 167 - Doug Sexauer (112 games) - 2007-11 167 - Nathan Hubbard (94 games) - 1995-99 47. 159 - Brad Gregurich (106 games) - 1979-83 48. 156 - Mike Groenenboom (76 games) - 1991-94 49. 154 - Andrew Ziemnik (72 games) - 2010-13 154 - Jordan Zimmer (107 games) - 2008-12

Free throw percentage (min. 200 made) 1. .913 - Korey Coon (449-492) - 1996-00 2. .846 - Al Black (204-241) - 1975-79 3. .835 - Chad Hutson (279-334) - 1991-95 4. .829 - Chris Simich (282-340) - 1992-96 5. .827 - John Lipic (286-346) - 1990-94 6. .820 - Blaise Bugajski (434-529) - 1979-80,81-84 7. .817 - Tom Gramkow (236-289) - 1966-70 8. .806 - Keelan Amelianovich (200-248) - 2002-06 9. .804 - Larry Lessen (238-296) - 1984-88 10. .797 - Bryan Crabtree (518-650) - 1993-97 11. .785 - Adam Dauksas (373-475) - 2002-06 12. .779 - Bob Spear (243-312) - 1973-77 13. .774 - Steve Laub (270-349) - 1963-67 14. .772 - Eric Bridges (241-312) - 1983-87 15. .765 - Jack Sikma (390-510) - 1973-77 16. .762 - Jeff Kuehl (308-404) - 1986-90 17. .755 - Sean Johnson (287-380) - 2007-11 .755 - Chris Eldredge (287-380) - 1974-78 19. .746 - John Gibson (235-315) - 1968-72 20. .744 - Zach Freeman (472-634) - 2003-07 21. .742 - Seth Hubbard (265-357) - 1999-03 22. .740 - Greg Yess (333-450) - 1978-82 23. .738 - Bruce Foote (237-321) - 1972-76 24. .733 - Jamie Shouba (319-435) - 1963-66 25. .725 - Travis Rosenkranz (208-287) - 2007-11 26. .717 - Andy Boyden (251-350) - 1994-99 27. .712 - Luke Kasten (439-617) - 1999-03 28. .711 - Dennie Bridges (212-298) - 1957-61 29. .702 - Brian Coderre (252-359) - 1984-88 30. .699 - Dean Padgett (380-544) - 1954-58 31. .697 - Jerry Wisted (378-542) - 1959-63 32. .691 - Steve Kuehl (271-392) - 1989-93 33. .685 - Don Wright (287-419) - 1969-73 34. .682 - Sheldon Thompson (337-494) - 1967-71 35. .670 - Dean Gravlin (246-367) - 1969-73 36. .670 - Brian Martin (252-376) - 1989-93 37. .642 - Brent Niebrugge (201-313) - 1994-98


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

Rebounds 1. 1405 - Jack Sikma (107 games) - 1973-77 2. 1069 - Sheldon Thompson (101 games) - 1967-71 3. 1068 - Greg Yess (107 games) - 1978-82 4. 819 - Zach Freeman (274o-545d) - 2003-07 5. 793 - Ken Lock (93 games) - 1962-66 6. 750 - Keith Luechtefeld (108 games) - 1983-87 7. 718 - Blaise Bugajski (103 games) - 1979-80,81-84 8. 709 - John Lipic (242o-467d) - 1990-94 9. 702 - Luke Kasten (186o-516d) - 1999-03 10. 624 - Brian Coderre (111 games) - 1984-88 624 - Chris Simich (180o-444d) - 1992-96 12. 592 - Jeff Kuehl (85o-507d) - 1986-90 13. 585 - Bryan Crabtree (189o-396d) - 1993-97 14. 580 - Doug Sexauer (150o-430d) - 2007-11 15. 576 - Tom Baffes (107 games) - 1981-85 16. 536 - John Gibson (97 games) - 1968-72 17. 521 - John Camardella (193o-328d) - 1999-03 18. 516 - Dennis Kagel (94 games) - 1965-69 19. 509 - Dean Gravlin (81 games) - 1969-73 20. 503 - Chris Eldredge (114 games) - 1974-78 21. 491 - Steve Laub (102 games) - 1963-67 22. 482 - Brent Niebrugge (186o-296d) - 1994-98 23. 468 - John Lenahan (69 games) - 1974-77 24. 458 - Bob Spear (115 games) - 1973-77 25. 451 - Stan Broers (102 games) - 1968-72 26. 450 - Andy Boyden (105o-345d) - 1994-99 27. 439 - Jamie Shouba (64 games) - 1963-66 28. 438 - David Kunka (141o-297d) - 1988-91,92-93 29. 432 - Mark Edmundson (65o-367d) - 1986-90 30. 429 - Seth Hubbard (158o-271d) - 1999-03 31. 420 - Keelan Amelianovich (69o-351d) - 2002-06 32. 416 - Steve Kuehl (153o-263d) - 1989-93 33. 415 - Larry Lessen (112 games) - 1984-88 34. 414 - Cory Jones (135o-279d) - 2002-06 35. 405 - Kevin Reed (136o-269d) - 2009-13 36. 403 - Bruce Foote (108 games) - 1972-76 37. 398 - Darius Gant (156o-242d) - 2004-08 38. 388 - Nathan Hubbard (83o-305d) - 1995-99 39. 386 - John Koschnitzky (130o-256d) - 2008-12 40. 381 - Don Wright (100 games) - 1969-73 41. 380 - Adam Dauksas (50o-330d) - 2002-06 42. 378 - Steve Czirjak (89o-289d) - 1989-93 43. 361 - Chris Jones (149o-212d) - 2003-06 44. 354 - Eric Bridges (107 games) - 1983-87 45. 347 - David Caldwell (98o-249d) - 1989-91 347 - Todd Wente (111o-236d) - 1997-01 347 - Bill Braksick (29 games) - 1987-88 48. 331 - Andrew Ziemnik (115o-216d) - 2010-13 49. 328 - Mike Groenenboom (146o-182d) - 1991-94 50. 319 - Brian Martin (109o-210d) - 1989-93

Defensive rebounds 1. 545 - Zach Freeman (274o-545d) - 2003-07 2. 516 - Luke Kasten (186o-516d) - 1999-03 3. 507 - Jeff Kuehl (85o-507d) - 1986-90 4. 467 - John Lipic (242o-467d) - 1990-94 5. 444 - Chris Simich (180o-444d) - 1992-96 6. 430 - Doug Sexauer (150o-430d) - 2007-11 7. 396 - Bryan Crabtree (189o-396d) - 1993-97 8. 367 - Mark Edmundson (65o-367d) - 1986-90 9. 351 - Keelan Amelianovich (69o-351d) - 2002-06 10. 345 - Andy Boyden (105o-345d) - 1994-99 11. 330 - Adam Dauksas (50o-330d) - 2002-06 12. 328 - John Camardella (193o-328d) - 1999-03 13. 305 - Nathan Hubbard (83o-305d) - 1995-99 14. 297 - David Kunka (141o-297d) - 1988-91,92-93 15. 296 - Brent Niebrugge (186o-296d) - 1994-98 16. 289 - Steve Czirjak (89o-289d) - 1989-93 17. 279 - Cory Jones (135o-279d) - 2002-06 18. 271 - Seth Hubbard (158o-271d) - 1999-03 19. 269 - Kevin Reed (136o-269d) - 2009-13 20. 268 - Sean Johnson (43o-268d) - 2007-11 21. 263 - Steve Kuehl (153o-263d) - 1989-93 22. 256 - John Koschnitzky (130o-256d) - 2008-12 23. 249 - David Caldwell (98o-249d) - 1989-91 24. 242 - Darius Gant (156o-242d) - 2004-08 25. 236 - Todd Wente (111o-236d) - 1997-01 26. 217 - Travis Rosenkranz (37o-217d) - 2007-11 217 - Victor Davis (96o-217d) - 2010-13 28. 216 - Andrew Ziemnik (115o-216d) - 2010-13 29. 212 - Chris Jones (149o-212d) - 2003-06 30. 210 - Brian Martin (109o-210d) - 1989-93 31. 206 - Eric Starkey (63o-206d) - 1999-03 32. 201 - Jon Litwiller (93o-201d) - 1994-96 33. 200 - Korey Coon (66o-200d) - 1996-00 34. 196 - Mike Rogers (92o-196d) - 1996-01 35. 192 - Andrew Freeman (66o-192d) - 2003-07 36. 187 - Edmond O'Callaghan (66o-187d) - 2007-11 37. 182 - Mike Groenenboom (146o-182d) - 1991-94 38. 181 - Laban Cross (72o-181d) - 1999-03 39. 174 - Jordan Zimmer (82o-174d) - 2008-12 40. 171 - Ryan McCreery (53o-171d) - 1999-02 41. 165 - Adam Osborn (45o-165d) - 1997-01 42. 162 - Steve Schweer (114o-162d) - 2002-06 43. 160 - Mark Aubry (52o-160d) - 1992-95 160 - Chris Silagi (34o-160d) - 1999-03 45. 158 - Chad Hutson (47o-158d) - 1991-95 46. 154 - Brett Chamernik (116o-154d) - 2005-09 47. 139 - Matt Hoder (76o-139d) - 1996-98 48. 138 - Sean Dwyer (36o-138d) - 2006-10 49. 137 - Duncan Lawson (38o-137d) - 2007-11 50. 126 - John Baines (64o-126d) - 1994-98


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

Defense rebound avg (min. 5 games) 1. 5.7 - Jeff Kuehl (89 games) - 1986-90 2. 5.1 - Zach Freeman (107 games) - 2003-07 3. 4.7 - Luke Kasten (109 games) - 1999-03 4. 4.4 - John Lipic (105 games) - 1990-94 5. 4.4 - David Caldwell (57 games) - 1989-91 6. 4.3 - Chris Simich (104 games) - 1992-96 7. 3.9 - Brent Niebrugge (75 games) - 1994-98 8. 3.8 - Kevin Reed (70 games) - 2009-13 9. 3.8 - Doug Sexauer (112 games) - 2007-11 10. 3.6 - John Camardella (91 games) - 1999-03 11. 3.5 - Bryan Crabtree (114 games) - 1993-97 12. 3.4 - Jon Litwiller (59 games) - 1994-96 13. 3.4 - Keelan Amelianovich (104 games) - 2002-06 14. 3.4 - Cory Jones (83 games) - 2002-06 15. 3.4 - Darius Gant (72 games) - 2004-08 16. 3.3 - Andy Boyden (105 games) - 1994-99 17. 3.2 - Mark Edmundson (113 games) - 1986-90 18. 3.2 - Nathan Hubbard (94 games) - 1995-99 19. 3.1 - Victor Davis (70 games) - 2010-13 20. 3.0 - Andrew Ziemnik (72 games) - 2010-13 21. 2.9 - Adam Dauksas (114 games) - 2002-06 22. 2.9 - Todd Wente (82 games) - 1997-01 23. 2.8 - John Koschnitzky (92 games) - 2008-12 24. 2.7 - David Kunka (109 games) - 1988-91,92-93 25. 2.7 - Edmond O'Callaghan (69 games) - 2007-11 26. 2.7 - Steve Czirjak (107 games) - 1989-93 27. 2.7 - Chris Jones (79 games) - 2003-06 28. 2.6 - Mike Rogers (76 games) - 1996-01 29. 2.5 - Pat Sodemann (22 games) - 2012-13 30. 2.5 - Seth Hubbard (108 games) - 1999-03 31. 2.4 - Sean Johnson (111 games) - 2007-11 32. 2.4 - Matt Hoder (58 games) - 1996-98 33. 2.4 - Mike Groenenboom (76 games) - 1991-94 34. 2.4 - Steve Kuehl (111 games) - 1989-93 35. 2.4 - Mike Pope (53 games) - 1996-98,99-00 36. 2.3 - Eric Starkey (88 games) - 1999-03 37. 2.3 - Mark Aubry (71 games) - 1992-95 38. 2.2 - Andrew Freeman (86 games) - 2003-07 39. 2.2 - Nate Nollen (27 games) - 1994-95 40. 2.1 - Travis Rosenkranz (101 games) - 2007-11 41. 2.1 - Scott Peterson (55 games) - 1994-96 42. 2.1 - Ryan McCreery (80 games) - 1999-02 43. 2.1 - Phil Hurst (25 games) - 1998-00 44. 2.0 - Brett Chamernik (76 games) - 2005-09 45. 1.9 - Laban Cross (93 games) - 1999-03 46. 1.9 - Duncan Lawson (72 games) - 2007-11 47. 1.9 - Brian Martin (111 games) - 1989-93 48. 1.9 - Dylan Overstreet (40 games) - 2011-13 49. 1.8 - Chris Silagi (87 games) - 1999-03 50. 1.8 - Korey Coon (109 games) - 1996-00

Offensive rebounds 1. 274 - Zach Freeman (274o-545d) - 2003-07 2. 242 - John Lipic (242o-467d) - 1990-94 3. 193 - John Camardella (193o-328d) - 1999-03 4. 189 - Bryan Crabtree (189o-396d) - 1993-97 5. 186 - Brent Niebrugge (186o-296d) - 1994-98 186 - Luke Kasten (186o-516d) - 1999-03 7. 180 - Chris Simich (180o-444d) - 1992-96 8. 158 - Seth Hubbard (158o-271d) - 1999-03 9. 156 - Darius Gant (156o-242d) - 2004-08 10. 153 - Steve Kuehl (153o-263d) - 1989-93 11. 150 - Doug Sexauer (150o-430d) - 2007-11 12. 149 - Chris Jones (149o-212d) - 2003-06 13. 146 - Mike Groenenboom (146o-182d) - 1991-94 14. 141 - David Kunka (141o-297d) - 1988-91,92-93 15. 136 - Kevin Reed (136o-269d) - 2009-13 16. 135 - Cory Jones (135o-279d) - 2002-06 17. 130 - John Koschnitzky (130o-256d) - 2008-12 18. 116 - Brett Chamernik (116o-154d) - 2005-09 19. 115 - Andrew Ziemnik (115o-216d) - 2010-13 20. 114 - Steve Schweer (114o-162d) - 2002-06 21. 111 - Todd Wente (111o-236d) - 1997-01 22. 109 - Brian Martin (109o-210d) - 1989-93 23. 105 - Andy Boyden (105o-345d) - 1994-99 24. 98 - David Caldwell (98o-249d) - 1989-91 25. 96 - Victor Davis (96o-217d) - 2010-13 26. 93 - Jon Litwiller (93o-201d) - 1994-96 27. 92 - Mike Rogers (92o-196d) - 1996-01 28. 89 - Steve Czirjak (89o-289d) - 1989-93 29. 85 - Jeff Kuehl (85o-507d) - 1986-90 30. 83 - Nathan Hubbard (83o-305d) - 1995-99 31. 82 - Jordan Zimmer (82o-174d) - 2008-12 32. 76 - Matt Hoder (76o-139d) - 1996-98 33. 73 - Scott Peterson (73o-118d) - 1994-96 34. 72 - Laban Cross (72o-181d) - 1999-03 35. 69 - Eric Dortch (69o-112d) - 2010-13 69 - Keelan Amelianovich (69o-351d) - 2002-06 37. 66 - Andrew Freeman (66o-192d) - 2003-07 66 - Edmond O'Callaghan (66o-187d) - 2007-11 66 - Korey Coon (66o-200d) - 1996-00 40. 65 - Mark Edmundson (65o-367d) - 1986-90 41. 64 - John Baines (64o-126d) - 1994-98 42. 63 - Eric Starkey (63o-206d) - 1999-03 43. 56 - Jerry Happ (56o-106d) - 1996-00 44. 53 - Ryan McCreery (53o-171d) - 1999-02 53 - Matt Schick (53o-114d) - 2007-11 46. 52 - Mark Aubry (52o-160d) - 1992-95 47. 51 - Ryan Connolly (51o-116d) - 2008-11 48. 50 - Nick Anderson (50o-107d) - 2010-13 50 - Adam Dauksas (50o-330d) - 2002-06 50. 48 - T.J. Posey (48o-83d) - 1994-96


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

Offense rebound avg (min. 5 games) 1. 2.6 - Zach Freeman (107 games) - 2003-07 2. 2.5 - Brent Niebrugge (75 games) - 1994-98 3. 2.3 - John Lipic (105 games) - 1990-94 4. 2.2 - Darius Gant (72 games) - 2004-08 5. 2.1 - John Camardella (91 games) - 1999-03 6. 1.9 - Kevin Reed (70 games) - 2009-13 7. 1.9 - Mike Groenenboom (76 games) - 1991-94 8. 1.9 - Chris Jones (79 games) - 2003-06 9. 1.7 - Chris Simich (104 games) - 1992-96 10. 1.7 - David Caldwell (57 games) - 1989-91 11. 1.7 - Luke Kasten (109 games) - 1999-03 12. 1.7 - Bryan Crabtree (114 games) - 1993-97 13. 1.6 - Cory Jones (83 games) - 2002-06 14. 1.6 - Andrew Ziemnik (72 games) - 2010-13 15. 1.6 - Jon Litwiller (59 games) - 1994-96 16. 1.5 - Brett Chamernik (76 games) - 2005-09 17. 1.5 - Seth Hubbard (108 games) - 1999-03 18. 1.4 - John Koschnitzky (92 games) - 2008-12 19. 1.4 - Steve Kuehl (111 games) - 1989-93 20. 1.4 - Victor Davis (70 games) - 2010-13 21. 1.4 - Todd Wente (82 games) - 1997-01 22. 1.3 - Doug Sexauer (112 games) - 2007-11 23. 1.3 - Scott Peterson (55 games) - 1994-96 24. 1.3 - Matt Hoder (58 games) - 1996-98 25. 1.3 - David Kunka (109 games) - 1988-91,92-93 26. 1.2 - Steve Schweer (93 games) - 2002-06 27. 1.2 - Mike Rogers (76 games) - 1996-01 28. 1.0 - Eric Dortch (68 games) - 2010-13 29. 1.0 - Andy Boyden (105 games) - 1994-99 30. 1.0 - Brian Martin (111 games) - 1989-93 31. 1.0 - Jason Bloom (30 games) - 2006-08 32. 1.0 - Edmond O'Callaghan (69 games) - 2007-11 33. 1.0 - Jeff Kuehl (89 games) - 1986-90 34. 0.9 - Jerry Happ (59 games) - 1996-00 35. 0.9 - Nate Nollen (27 games) - 1994-95 36. 0.9 - Nathan Hubbard (94 games) - 1995-99 37. 0.9 - Marty Eich (50 games) - 1999-00,01-03 38. 0.8 - Mike Pope (53 games) - 1996-98,99-00 39. 0.8 - Steve Czirjak (107 games) - 1989-93 40. 0.8 - Dan Schouten (35 games) - 2009-11 41. 0.8 - John Baines (78 games) - 1994-98 42. 0.8 - T.J. Posey (59 games) - 1994-96 43. 0.8 - Phil Hurst (25 games) - 1998-00 44. 0.8 - Nick Anderson (64 games) - 2010-13 45. 0.8 - Laban Cross (93 games) - 1999-03 46. 0.8 - Andrew Freeman (86 games) - 2003-07 47. 0.8 - Jordan Zimmer (107 games) - 2008-12 48. 0.8 - Michael Mayberger (33 games) - 2010-13 49. 0.8 - Ryan Connolly (68 games) - 2008-11 50. 0.7 - Mark Aubry (71 games) - 1992-95

Assists 1. 584 - Adam Dauksas - 2002-06 2. 524 - Brian Martin - 1989-93 3. 449 - Chad Hutson - 1991-95 4. 407 - Brad Gregurich - 1979-83 5. 390 - Travis Rosenkranz - 2007-11 6. 377 - Paul Petersen - 1984-88 7. 356 - Ron Rose - 1984-88 8. 348 - Eric Bridges - 1983-87 9. 335 - Nathan Hubbard - 1995-99 10. 330 - Sean Johnson - 2007-11 11. 326 - David Kunka - 1988-91,92-93 12. 316 - Keith Luechtefeld - 1983-87 13. 281 - Adam Osborn - 1997-01 14. 279 - Mark Edmundson - 1986-90 15. 273 - Steve Kuehl - 1989-93 16. 253 - Korey Coon - 1996-00 17. 241 - Tom Baffes - 1981-85 18. 229 - Terry Edlen - 1977-81 19. 220 - Bryan Crabtree - 1993-97 20. 219 - Mark Aubry - 1992-95 21. 218 - Eliud Gonzalez - 2008-12 22. 214 - Steve Czirjak - 1989-93 23. 211 - Jason Jones - 1987-91 24. 191 - Sean Dwyer - 2006-10 25. 172 - Matt Schick - 2007-11 26. 163 - Seth Hubbard - 1999-03 27. 162 - Brent Niebrugge - 1994-98 28. 158 - T.J. Posey - 1994-96 29. 157 - Zach Freeman - 2003-07 30. 155 - Luke Kasten - 1999-03 31. 150 - Brady Knight - 1994-96 32. 148 - Eric Starkey - 1999-03 33. 142 - Jeff Hay - 1987-91 34. 136 - Dylan Overstreet - 2011-13 35. 133 - Kevin Reed - 2009-13 36. 127 - Brian Coderre - 1984-88 37. 126 - John Lipic - 1990-94 38. 125 - Jim Lehan - 2000-04 125 - Andy Boyden - 1994-99 40. 124 - Jeff Kuehl - 1986-90 41. 121 - Stephen Rudnicki - 2008-12 42. 120 - Chris Silagi - 1999-03 43. 118 - Doug Sexauer - 2007-11 44. 117 - Todd Wente - 1997-01 45. 116 - John Camardella - 1999-03 46. 111 - Keelan Amelianovich - 2002-06 47. 106 - Ryan McCreery - 1999-02 48. 105 - Jordan Zimmer - 2008-12 49. 103 - Chris Simich - 1992-96 103 - Scott Peterson - 1994-96


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

Games played 1. 115 - Bob Spear - 1973-77 2. 114 - Chris Eldredge - 1974-78 114 - Adam Dauksas - 2002-06 114 - Bryan Crabtree - 1993-97 5. 113 - Mark Edmundson - 1986-90 6. 112 - Larry Lessen - 1984-88 112 - Doug Sexauer - 2007-11 8. 111 - Steve Kuehl - 1989-93 111 - Brian Martin - 1989-93 111 - Brian Coderre - 1984-88 111 - Sean Johnson - 2007-11 12. 110 - Jason Jones - 1987-91 110 - Paul Petersen - 1984-88 14. 109 - Korey Coon - 1996-00 109 - Luke Kasten - 1999-03 109 - David Kunka - 1988-91,92-93 17. 108 - Seth Hubbard - 1999-03 108 - Bruce Foote - 1972-76 108 - Keith Luechtefeld - 1983-87 20. 107 - Jack Sikma - 1973-77 107 - Zach Freeman - 2003-07 107 - Tom Baffes - 1981-85 107 - Eric Bridges - 1983-87 107 - Jordan Zimmer - 2008-12 107 - Greg Yess - 1978-82 107 - Steve Czirjak - 1989-93 27. 106 - Brad Gregurich - 1979-83 28. 105 - Andy Boyden - 1994-99 105 - John Lipic - 1990-94 30. 104 - Chris Simich - 1992-96 104 - Keelan Amelianovich - 2002-06 32. 103 - Blaise Bugajski - 1979-80,81-84 33. 102 - Steve Laub - 1963-67 102 - Stan Broers - 1968-72 35. 101 - Travis Rosenkranz - 2007-11 101 - Sheldon Thompson - 1967-71 37. 100 - Don Wright - 1969-73 38. 99 - Ron Rose - 1984-88 99 - Chad Hutson - 1991-95 40. 97 - Jerry Wisted - 1959-63 97 - John Gibson - 1968-72 97 - Al Black - 1975-79 43. 96 - Ed Moore - 1974-78 96 - Glen Newton - 1952-56 45. 94 - Dennis Kagel - 1965-69 94 - Nathan Hubbard - 1995-99 47. 93 - Steve Schweer - 2002-06 93 - Ken Lock - 1962-66 93 - Dennie Bridges - 1957-61 93 - Tom Gramkow - 1966-70 93 - Laban Cross - 1999-03


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

Points 1. 837 - Jack Sikma (31 games) - 1976-77 2. 738 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1983-84 3. 678 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1996-97 4. 610 - Jack Sikma (30 games) - 1974-75 5. 597 - Chris Simich (31 games) - 1995-96 6. 596 - Keelan Amelianovich (32 games) - 2005-06 7. 573 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1982-83 8. 559 - Chris Simich (28 games) - 1994-95 9. 550 - Korey Coon (25 games) - 1999-00 10. 547 - Bill Patterson (26 games) - 1966-67 11. 543 - David Caldwell (26 games) - 1990-91 12. 541 - Brent Niebrugge (27 games) - 1997-98 13. 539 - Zach Freeman (25 games) - 2006-07 14. 534 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1995-96 15. 533 - Dean Gravlin (25 games) - 1971-72 16. 532 - Greg Yess (26 games) - 1980-81 17. 529 - Dean Gravlin (24 games) - 1972-73 18. 526 - Sean Johnson (31 games) - 2009-10 19. 525 - Jeff Kuehl (21 games) - 1988-89 20. 519 - Zach Freeman (32 games) - 2005-06 21. 512 - Korey Coon (26 games) - 1998-99 22. 504 - Jamie Shouba (31 games) - 1965-66 504 - Luke Kasten (31 games) - 2000-01 24. 502 - Keelan Amelianovich (28 games) - 2003-04 25. 501 - Jack Sikma (25 games) - 1975-76

Field goals made 1. 324 - Jack Sikma (31 games) - 1976-77 2. 280 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1983-84 3. 265 - Jack Sikma (30 games) - 1974-75 4. 236 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1982-83 5. 231 - Chris Simich (31 games) - 1995-96 6. 228 - Chris Simich (28 games) - 1994-95 7. 226 - David Caldwell (26 games) - 1990-91 8. 225 - Bill Patterson (26 games) - 1966-67 9. 217 - Keelan Amelianovich (32 games) - 2005-06 10. 214 - Jeff Kuehl (29 games) - 1987-88 214 - Greg Yess (26 games) - 1980-81 12. 212 - Dean Gravlin (24 games) - 1972-73 13. 211 - Doug Sexauer (31 games) - 2009-10 14. 208 - Brent Niebrugge (27 games) - 1997-98 15. 207 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1996-97 207 - Dean Gravlin (25 games) - 1971-72 207 - Dennis Kagel (25 games) - 1967-68 18. 206 - Greg Yess (28 games) - 1979-80 206 - Tom Gramkow (26 games) - 1968-69 20. 204 - Jack Sikma (25 games) - 1975-76 21. 203 - Al Black (25 games) - 1978-79 22. 200 - Jeff Kuehl (21 games) - 1988-89 200 - Sheldon Thompson (26 games) - 1970-71 24. 196 - Zach Freeman (25 games) - 2006-07 25. 194 - Tom Gramkow (25 games) - 1967-68

Scoring average (min. 5 games) 1. 27.0 - Jack Sikma (31 games) - 1976-77 2. 26.4 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1983-84 3. 25.0 - Jeff Kuehl (21 games) - 1988-89 4. 22.6 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1996-97 5. 22.0 - Dean Gravlin (24 games) - 1972-73 6. 22.0 - Korey Coon (25 games) - 1999-00 7. 21.6 - Zach Freeman (25 games) - 2006-07 8. 21.3 - Dean Gravlin (25 games) - 1971-72 9. 21.0 - Bill Patterson (26 games) - 1966-67 10. 20.9 - David Caldwell (26 games) - 1990-91 11. 20.8 - Jeff Kuehl (24 games) - 1989-90 12. 20.5 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1982-83 13. 20.5 - Greg Yess (26 games) - 1980-81 14. 20.3 - Jack Sikma (30 games) - 1974-75 15. 20.2 - Dean Padgett (19 games) - 1957-58 16. 20.0 - Jack Sikma (25 games) - 1975-76 17. 20.0 - Brent Niebrugge (27 games) - 1997-98 18. 20.0 - Chris Simich (28 games) - 1994-95 19. 19.8 - Al Black (25 games) - 1978-79 20. 19.7 - Korey Coon (26 games) - 1998-99 21. 19.6 - Dean Padgett (20 games) - 1956-57 22. 19.4 - Dennis Kagel (25 games) - 1967-68 23. 19.3 - Chris Simich (31 games) - 1995-96 24. 19.2 - Tom Gramkow (26 games) - 1968-69 25. 19.1 - Blaise Bugajski (21 games) - 1981-82

Field goals attempted 1. 602 - Jack Sikma (31 games) - 1976-77 2. 537 - Jack Sikma (30 games) - 1974-75 3. 530 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1983-84 4. 507 - Bill Patterson (26 games) - 1966-67 5. 497 - Dennis Kagel (25 games) - 1967-68 6. 475 - Tom Gramkow (26 games) - 1968-69 7. 462 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1996-97 8. 458 - Chris Simich (31 games) - 1995-96 9. 440 - John Gibson (27 games) - 1970-71 440 - Jamie Shouba (31 games) - 1965-66 11. 438 - Greg Yess (28 games) - 1979-80 12. 437 - Dennis Kagel (26 games) - 1966-67 13. 432 - Stan Broers (27 games) - 1970-71 14. 430 - Greg Yess (26 games) - 1980-81 15. 420 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1982-83 16. 419 - Dennis Kagel (25 games) - 1968-69 17. 416 - Dean Gravlin (24 games) - 1972-73 18. 407 - Tom Gramkow (25 games) - 1969-70 19. 406 - Sheldon Thompson (25 games) - 1967-68 20. 404 - Keelan Amelianovich (32 games) - 2005-06 21. 403 - Tom Gramkow (25 games) - 1967-68 22. 402 - Ken Lock (31 games) - 1965-66 23. 394 - Chris Simich (28 games) - 1994-95 24. 386 - Sheldon Thompson (26 games) - 1970-71 25. 385 - Jack Sikma (25 games) - 1975-76


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

Field goal percentage (min. 125 made) 1. .642 - Brent Niebrugge (165-257) - 1996-97 2. .638 - Brent Niebrugge (208-326) - 1997-98 3. .633 - David Caldwell (226-357) - 1990-91 4. .625 - Jeff Kuehl (190-304) - 1989-90 5. .621 - Doug Sexauer (211-340) - 2009-10 6. .614 - Zach Freeman (196-319) - 2006-07 7. .599 - Zach Freeman (185-309) - 2005-06 8. .594 - Andy Boyden (126-212) - 1996-97 9. .587 - Al Black (135-230) - 1976-77 10. .586 - Dean Gravlin (207-353) - 1971-72 11. .581 - Steve Kuehl (133-229) - 1990-91 12. .579 - Chris Simich (228-394) - 1994-95 13. .578 - Andy Boyden (149-258) - 1998-99 14. .577 - Jeff Kuehl (214-371) - 1987-88 15. .572 - Mike Groenenboom (131-229) - 1993-94 16. .570 - Andy Boyden (143-251) - 1997-98 17. .568 - Jon Litwiller (159-280) - 1995-96 18. .564 - John Camardella (133-236) - 2002-03 19. .562 - Al Black (203-361) - 1978-79 20. .562 - David Kunka (140-249) - 1989-90 21. .562 - Blaise Bugajski (236-420) - 1982-83 22. .562 - Steve Kuehl (178-317) - 1991-92 23. .559 - Darius Gant (127-227) - 2007-08 24. .556 - Al Black (158-284) - 1977-78 25. .551 - Doug Sexauer (167-303) - 2010-11 3-point field goals made 1. 107 - Jordan Zimmer (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 97 - Keelan Amelianovich (32 games) - 2005-06 3. 82 - Keelan Amelianovich (28 games) - 2003-04 4. 79 - Mark Edmundson (29 games) - 1987-88 5. 75 - Sean Johnson (31 games) - 2009-10 6. 74 - Korey Coon (26 games) - 1998-99 7. 73 - Adam Dauksas (32 games) - 2005-06 8. 72 - Mark Edmundson (31 games) - 1989-90 9. 68 - Mark Edmundson (26 games) - 1988-89 10. 67 - Paul Petersen (29 games) - 1987-88 67 - Keelan Amelianovich (26 games) - 2004-05 12. 65 - Korey Coon (25 games) - 1999-00 13. 60 - Mark Aubry (26 games) - 1994-95 60 - Adam Osborn (25 games) - 1999-00 60 - Sean Johnson (27 games) - 2007-08 16. 59 - Sean Johnson (29 games) - 2010-11 17. 58 - Mark Aubry (27 games) - 1993-94 18. 57 - Steve Kuehl (25 games) - 1992-93 57 - Korey Coon (27 games) - 1997-98 20. 55 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1996-97 55 - Adam Osborn (31 games) - 2000-01 22. 54 - Jordan Zimmer (31 games) - 2009-10 23. 53 - Jordan Zimmer (25 games) - 2008-09 24. 52 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1995-96 52 - Nathan Hubbard (27 games) - 1997-98

3-point field goals attempted 1. 251 - Jordan Zimmer (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 207 - Keelan Amelianovich (32 games) - 2005-06 3. 192 - Mark Edmundson (26 games) - 1988-89 4. 181 - Sean Johnson (29 games) - 2010-11 181 - Sean Johnson (31 games) - 2009-10 6. 179 - Adam Dauksas (32 games) - 2005-06 7. 178 - Mark Edmundson (29 games) - 1987-88 8. 168 - Paul Petersen (29 games) - 1987-88 9. 166 - Mark Edmundson (31 games) - 1989-90 166 - Korey Coon (25 games) - 1999-00 11. 162 - Mark Aubry (27 games) - 1993-94 162 - Keelan Amelianovich (28 games) - 2003-04 13. 160 - Sean Johnson (27 games) - 2007-08 14. 152 - Korey Coon (26 games) - 1998-99 152 - Mark Aubry (26 games) - 1994-95 16. 150 - Adam Osborn (31 games) - 2000-01 17. 147 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1996-97 147 - Adam Osborn (25 games) - 1999-00 147 - Keelan Amelianovich (26 games) - 2004-05 20. 132 - Nathan Hubbard (27 games) - 1997-98 132 - Jordan Zimmer (31 games) - 2009-10 22. 130 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1995-96 130 - Laban Cross (25 games) - 2001-02 24. 129 - Chris Silagi (25 games) - 2001-02 25. 115 - Jordan Zimmer (20 games) - 2010-11 115 - Steve Czirjak (28 games) - 1991-92 115 - Steve Kuehl (25 games) - 1992-93 3-point FG percentage (min. 40 made) 1. .516 - Brian Martin (48-93) - 1992-93 2. .514 - Korey Coon (57-111) - 1997-98 3. .510 - Jordan Zimmer (53-104) - 2008-09 4. .506 - Keelan Amelianovich (82-162) - 2003-04 5. .505 - Korey Coon (49-97) - 1996-97 6. .496 - Steve Kuehl (57-115) - 1992-93 7. .487 - Korey Coon (74-152) - 1998-99 8. .473 - John Camardella (44-93) - 2002-03 9. .469 - Keelan Amelianovich (97-207) - 2005-06 10. .456 - Keelan Amelianovich (67-147) - 2004-05 11. .447 - Bryan Crabtree (42-94) - 1994-95 12. .444 - Mark Edmundson (79-178) - 1987-88 13. .435 - Jordan Zimmer (50-115) - 2010-11 14. .434 - Mark Edmundson (72-166) - 1989-90 15. .433 - Adam Dauksas (45-104) - 2002-03 16. .426 - Jordan Zimmer (107-251) - 2011-12 17. .417 - Steve Czirjak (48-115) - 1991-92 18. .414 - Sean Johnson (75-181) - 2009-10 19. .413 - Adam Dauksas (45-109) - 2003-04 20. .409 - Jordan Zimmer (54-132) - 2009-10 21. .408 - Adam Osborn (60-147) - 1999-00 22. .408 - Adam Dauksas (73-179) - 2005-06 23. .400 - Bryan Crabtree (52-130) - 1995-96 24. .399 - Paul Petersen (67-168) - 1987-88 25. .398 - Chris Silagi (45-113) - 2002-03


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

Free throws made 1. 209 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1996-97 2. 189 - Jack Sikma (31 games) - 1976-77 3. 178 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1983-84 4. 157 - Korey Coon (25 games) - 1999-00 5. 150 - Jamie Shouba (31 games) - 1965-66 6. 148 - Zach Freeman (32 games) - 2005-06 7. 144 - Jamie Shouba (24 games) - 1964-65 8. 142 - Zach Freeman (25 games) - 2006-07 9. 140 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1995-96 10. 133 - Chris Simich (31 games) - 1995-96 11. 128 - Korey Coon (26 games) - 1998-99 12. 127 - Luke Kasten (25 games) - 2001-02 127 - Luke Kasten (31 games) - 2000-01 14. 125 - Brent Niebrugge (27 games) - 1997-98 15. 119 - Jeff Kuehl (21 games) - 1988-89 119 - Dean Gravlin (25 games) - 1971-72 119 - Jerry Wisted (23 games) - 1962-63 18. 118 - Jeff Kuehl (24 games) - 1989-90 19. 114 - Dean Padgett (19 games) - 1957-58 20. 113 - John Lipic (28 games) - 1991-92 113 - Don Wright (27 games) - 1970-71 22. 110 - Adam Dauksas (28 games) - 2003-04 23. 109 - Adam Dauksas (26 games) - 2004-05 109 - Dean Padgett (20 games) - 1956-57 25. 106 - Sean Johnson (29 games) - 2010-11

Free throw percentage (min. 70 made) 1. .963 - Korey Coon (157-163) - 1999-00 2. .897 - Korey Coon (105-117) - 1997-98 3. .892 - Chad Hutson (83-93) - 1993-94 4. .883 - Korey Coon (128-145) - 1998-99 5. .882 - David Caldwell (90-102) - 1990-91 6. .876 - Jordan Zimmer (78-89) - 2011-12 7. .874 - Chad Hutson (76-87) - 1991-92 8. .873 - Al Black (89-102) - 1978-79 9. .869 - Tom Gramkow (86-99) - 1968-69 10. .864 - Larry Lessen (89-103) - 1985-86 11. .862 - Bob Spear (75-87) - 1974-75 12. .856 - John Lipic (113-132) - 1991-92 13. .851 - Bill Patterson (97-114) - 1966-67 14. .848 - Blaise Bugajski (178-210) - 1983-84 15. .843 - Bryan Crabtree (209-248) - 1996-97 16. .839 - Tom Gramkow (73-87) - 1969-70 17. .837 - Blaise Bugajski (87-104) - 1981-82 18. .833 - John Lipic (95-114) - 1993-94 19. .831 - Chris Simich (133-160) - 1995-96 20. .828 - Blaise Bugajski (101-122) - 1982-83 21. .828 - Keelan Amelianovich (72-87) - 2003-04 22. .824 - Chris Simich (103-125) - 1994-95 23. .813 - Chris Eldredge (78-96) - 1977-78 24. .811 - Sean Johnson (103-127) - 2009-10 25. .808 - Jeff Kuehl (118-146) - 1989-90

Free throws attempted 1. 248 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1996-97 2. 235 - Jack Sikma (31 games) - 1976-77 3. 211 - Jamie Shouba (31 games) - 1965-66 4. 210 - Blaise Bugajski (28 games) - 1983-84 5. 207 - Zach Freeman (32 games) - 2005-06 6. 192 - Jamie Shouba (24 games) - 1964-65 7. 186 - Brent Niebrugge (27 games) - 1997-98 8. 184 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1995-96 184 - Luke Kasten (25 games) - 2001-02 10. 182 - Ken Lock (31 games) - 1965-66 11. 179 - Zach Freeman (25 games) - 2006-07 12. 176 - Luke Kasten (31 games) - 2000-01 13. 175 - Dean Gravlin (25 games) - 1971-72 14. 173 - Darius Gant (27 games) - 2007-08 15. 170 - Jerry Wisted (23 games) - 1962-63 16. 163 - Korey Coon (25 games) - 1999-00 17. 160 - Chris Simich (31 games) - 1995-96 18. 157 - Dean Padgett (20 games) - 1956-57 19. 154 - Don Wright (27 games) - 1970-71 154 - Dean Padgett (19 games) - 1957-58 154 - Jeff Kuehl (21 games) - 1988-89 22. 152 - Dean Gravlin (24 games) - 1972-73 23. 146 - Jeff Kuehl (24 games) - 1989-90 24. 145 - Korey Coon (26 games) - 1998-99 25. 139 - Greg Yess (26 games) - 1980-81 139 - Sean Johnson (29 games) - 2010-11 139 - Luke Kasten (28 games) - 2002-03

Rebounds 1. 477 - Jack Sikma (31 games) - 1976-77 2. 415 - Jack Sikma (30 games) - 1974-75 3. 353 - Ken Lock (31 games) - 1965-66 4. 347 - Bill Braksick (29 games) - 1987-88 5. 316 - Fred Evans (25 games) - 1969-70 6. 291 - Greg Yess (26 games) - 1980-81 7. 290 - Jack Sikma (25 games) - 1975-76 8. 282 - Sheldon Thompson (26 games) - 1968-69 9. 280 - Sheldon Thompson (25 games) - 1967-68 10. 278 - Sheldon Thompson (26 games) - 1970-71 11. 270 - Greg Yess (28 games) - 1979-80 12. 268 - Keith Luechtefeld (29 games) - 1985-86 13. 265 - John Lenahan (30 games) - 1975-76 14. 262 - Greg Yess (28 games) - 1981-82 15. 256 - Darius Gant (96o-160d) - 2007-08 16. 254 - Brent Niebrugge (90o-164d) - 1997-98 17. 253 - Chris Simich (77o-176d) - 1995-96 18. 248 - Chris Simich (62o-186d) - 1994-95 248 - John Lipic (93o-155d) - 1993-94 20. 245 - Greg Yess (25 games) - 1978-79 21. 242 - Dean Gravlin (25 games) - 1971-72 242 - Zach Freeman (73o-169d) - 2005-06 242 - Ken Lock (24 games) - 1964-65 24. 231 - Jamie Shouba (31 games) - 1965-66 25. 229 - Sheldon Thompson (24 games) - 1969-70


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

Rebounding average (min. 5 games) 1. 15.4 - Jack Sikma (31 games) - 1976-77 2. 13.8 - Jack Sikma (30 games) - 1974-75 3. 12.6 - Fred Evans (25 games) - 1969-70 4. 12.0 - Bill Braksick (29 games) - 1987-88 5. 11.6 - Jack Sikma (25 games) - 1975-76 6. 11.4 - Ken Lock (31 games) - 1965-66 7. 11.2 - Sheldon Thompson (25 games) - 1967-68 8. 11.2 - Greg Yess (26 games) - 1980-81 9. 10.8 - Sheldon Thompson (26 games) - 1968-69 10. 10.7 - Sheldon Thompson (26 games) - 1970-71 11. 10.6 - Jack Sikma (21 games) - 1973-74 12. 10.1 - Ken Lock (24 games) - 1964-65 13. 9.8 - Greg Yess (25 games) - 1978-79 14. 9.7 - Dean Gravlin (25 games) - 1971-72 15. 9.6 - Greg Yess (28 games) - 1979-80 16. 9.5 - Sheldon Thompson (24 games) - 1969-70 17. 9.5 - Darius Gant (27 games) - 2007-08 18. 9.4 - Brent Niebrugge (27 games) - 1997-98 19. 9.4 - Jeff Kuehl (21 games) - 1988-89 20. 9.4 - Greg Yess (28 games) - 1981-82 21. 9.2 - Keith Luechtefeld (29 games) - 1985-86 22. 9.2 - John Lipic (27 games) - 1993-94 23. 9.1 - Zach Freeman (25 games) - 2006-07 24. 9.0 - Ken Lock (22 games) - 1963-64 25. 8.9 - Chris Simich (28 games) - 1994-95 Defensive rebounds 1. 186 - Chris Simich (62o-186d) - 1994-95 2. 176 - Chris Simich (77o-176d) - 1995-96 3. 169 - Zach Freeman (73o-169d) - 2005-06 4. 165 - David Caldwell (51o-165d) - 1990-91 5. 164 - Brent Niebrugge (90o-164d) - 1997-98 6. 160 - Darius Gant (96o-160d) - 2007-08 7. 155 - John Lipic (93o-155d) - 1993-94 8. 154 - Jeff Kuehl (43o-154d) - 1988-89 9. 147 - John Lipic (76o-147d) - 1991-92 10. 145 - Zach Freeman (83o-145d) - 2006-07 145 - Luke Kasten (47o-145d) - 2002-03 12. 144 - Jeff Kuehl (42o-144d) - 1989-90 13. 141 - Bryan Crabtree (55o-141d) - 1996-97 14. 136 - Doug Sexauer (43o-136d) - 2010-11 15. 135 - John Camardella (67o-135d) - 2002-03 16. 134 - Andy Boyden (30o-134d) - 1998-99 17. 130 - Kevin Reed (72o-130d) - 2012-13 18. 128 - Luke Kasten (52o-128d) - 1999-00 128 - Keelan Amelianovich (15o-128d) - 2003-04 20. 127 - Kevin Reed (59o-127d) - 2011-12 21. 126 - Luke Kasten (39o-126d) - 2001-02 126 - Andrew Ziemnik (54o-126d) - 2012-13 126 - Zach Freeman (74o-126d) - 2003-04 24. 125 - Doug Sexauer (55o-125d) - 2009-10 25. 124 - Cory Jones (53o-124d) - 2005-06

Defense rebound avg (min. 5 games) 1. 7.3 - Jeff Kuehl (21 games) - 1988-89 2. 6.6 - Chris Simich (28 games) - 1994-95 3. 6.3 - David Caldwell (26 games) - 1990-91 4. 6.1 - Brent Niebrugge (27 games) - 1997-98 5. 6.0 - Jeff Kuehl (24 games) - 1989-90 6. 5.9 - Darius Gant (27 games) - 2007-08 7. 5.8 - Zach Freeman (25 games) - 2006-07 8. 5.7 - John Lipic (27 games) - 1993-94 9. 5.7 - Chris Simich (31 games) - 1995-96 10. 5.3 - Zach Freeman (32 games) - 2005-06 11. 5.3 - John Lipic (28 games) - 1991-92 12. 5.2 - Luke Kasten (28 games) - 2002-03 13. 5.2 - Andy Boyden (26 games) - 1998-99 14. 5.1 - Luke Kasten (25 games) - 1999-00 15. 5.0 - Luke Kasten (25 games) - 2001-02 16. 5.0 - Jerry Happ (9 games) - 1999-00 5.0 - John Camardella (27 games) - 2002-03 18. 4.8 - John Lipic (25 games) - 1992-93 19. 4.8 - Zach Freeman (22 games) - 2004-05 20. 4.7 - Mike Rogers (26 games) - 1998-99 21. 4.7 - Bryan Crabtree (30 games) - 1996-97 22. 4.7 - Doug Sexauer (29 games) - 2010-11 23. 4.6 - Keelan Amelianovich (28 games) - 2003-04 24. 4.5 - Andrew Freeman (25 games) - 2006-07 25. 4.5 - Nathan Hubbard (24 games) - 1998-99 4.5 - Zach Freeman (28 games) - 2003-04 Offensive rebounds 1. 96 - Darius Gant (96o-160d) - 2007-08 2. 93 - John Lipic (93o-155d) - 1993-94 3. 90 - Brent Niebrugge (90o-164d) - 1997-98 4. 89 - Brent Niebrugge (89o-118d) - 1996-97 5. 83 - Zach Freeman (83o-145d) - 2006-07 6. 77 - Chris Simich (77o-176d) - 1995-96 7. 76 - John Lipic (76o-147d) - 1991-92 8. 74 - Zach Freeman (74o-126d) - 2003-04 9. 73 - Zach Freeman (73o-169d) - 2005-06 10. 72 - Kevin Reed (72o-130d) - 2012-13 11. 71 - Mike Groenenboom (71o-65d) - 1993-94 12. 67 - John Camardella (67o-135d) - 2002-03 13. 66 - John Camardella (66o-120d) - 2000-01 14. 63 - Brett Chamernik (63o-84d) - 2007-08 15. 62 - Mike Rogers (62o-123d) - 1998-99 62 - Chris Simich (62o-186d) - 1994-95 17. 59 - Kevin Reed (59o-127d) - 2011-12 59 - Cory Jones (59o-110d) - 2003-04 19. 58 - Chris Jones (58o-72d) - 2005-06 20. 57 - Chris Jones (57o-106d) - 2004-05 21. 55 - Doug Sexauer (55o-125d) - 2009-10 55 - Darius Gant (55o-78d) - 2006-07 55 - Bryan Crabtree (55o-141d) - 1996-97 24. 54 - Andrew Ziemnik (54o-126d) - 2012-13 25. 53 - Cory Jones (53o-124d) - 2005-06


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

Offense rebound avg (min. 5 games) 1. 3.6 - Darius Gant (27 games) - 2007-08 2. 3.4 - John Lipic (27 games) - 1993-94 3. 3.3 - Brent Niebrugge (27 games) - 1997-98 4. 3.3 - Zach Freeman (25 games) - 2006-07 5. 2.9 - Brent Niebrugge (31 games) - 1996-97 6. 2.8 - Mike Groenenboom (25 games) - 1993-94 7. 2.7 - John Lipic (28 games) - 1991-92 8. 2.6 - Zach Freeman (28 games) - 2003-04 9. 2.5 - Chris Simich (31 games) - 1995-96 10. 2.5 - Kevin Reed (29 games) - 2012-13 11. 2.5 - John Camardella (27 games) - 2002-03 12. 2.4 - Mike Rogers (26 games) - 1998-99 13. 2.3 - Brett Chamernik (27 games) - 2007-08 14. 2.3 - Zach Freeman (32 games) - 2005-06 15. 2.3 - John Camardella (29 games) - 2000-01 16. 2.2 - Chris Simich (28 games) - 1994-95 17. 2.2 - Darius Gant (25 games) - 2006-07 18. 2.2 - Chris Jones (26 games) - 2004-05 19. 2.1 - Cory Jones (28 games) - 2003-04 20. 2.1 - Luke Kasten (25 games) - 1999-00 21. 2.0 - Jeff Kuehl (21 games) - 1988-89 22. 2.0 - John Camardella (18 games) - 2001-02 2.0 - Zach Freeman (22 games) - 2004-05 24. 2.0 - David Caldwell (26 games) - 1990-91 25. 2.0 - John Lipic (25 games) - 1992-93

Blocked shots 1. 75 - David Caldwell - 1990-91 2. 41 - David Caldwell - 1989-90 3. 37 - Andy Boyden - 1998-99 4. 34 - Jeff Kuehl - 1989-90 34 - Cory Jones - 2005-06 6. 33 - Chris Jones - 2004-05 33 - Jeff Kuehl - 1988-89 33 - Doug Sexauer - 2008-09 9. 32 - Luke Kasten - 2000-01 32 - Zach Freeman - 2005-06 11. 31 - Mike Rogers - 1998-99 12. 29 - Kevin Reed - 2012-13 13. 28 - Luke Kasten - 1999-00 28 - John Camardella - 2002-03 15. 27 - Zach Freeman - 2006-07 27 - John Lipic - 1992-93 17. 26 - Nate Nollen - 1994-95 26 - John Lipic - 1991-92 19. 25 - Scott Peterson - 1994-95 25 - Cory Jones - 2003-04 21. 23 - Luke Kasten - 2002-03 23 - John Lipic - 1993-94 23. 22 - Nick Anderson - 2011-12 24. 21 - Luke Kasten - 2001-02 21 - Scott Peterson - 1995-96

Assists 1. 204 - Adam Dauksas - 2005-06 2. 198 - Chad Hutson - 1994-95 3. 165 - Brian Martin - 1990-91 4. 154 - Eliud Gonzalez - 2011-12 5. 150 - Adam Dauksas - 2003-04 6. 149 - Brian Martin - 1991-92 7. 145 - Adam Dauksas - 2004-05 8. 137 - Ron Rose - 1987-88 9. 136 - Brad Gregurich - 1981-82 10. 134 - Paul Petersen - 1987-88 134 - Chad Hutson - 1993-94 12. 130 - Dylan Overstreet - 2012-13 130 - Brad Gregurich - 1982-83 130 - Adam Osborn - 2000-01 15. 128 - Nathan Hubbard - 1997-98 16. 127 - T.J. Posey - 1995-96 17. 126 - Travis Rosenkranz - 2009-10 18. 118 - Terry Edlen - 1980-81 19. 115 - Keith Luechtefeld - 1985-86 115 - Eric Bridges - 1984-85 21. 111 - Terry Edlen - 1979-80 22. 110 - Travis Rosenkranz - 2008-09 23. 107 - Brian Martin - 1992-93 24. 106 - Brady Knight - 1995-96 25. 105 - Nathan Hubbard - 1996-97

Steals 1. 61 - Brady Knight - 1995-96 2. 58 - Brent Niebrugge - 1997-98 3. 51 - Nathan Hubbard - 1998-99 4. 50 - Todd Wente - 2000-01 50 - Eliud Gonzalez - 2011-12 6. 49 - Bryan Crabtree - 1996-97 7. 47 - Bryan Crabtree - 1995-96 8. 44 - Bryan Crabtree - 1994-95 9. 43 - Mark Aubry - 1993-94 10. 42 - Adam Dauksas - 2004-05 11. 39 - Chad Hutson - 1994-95 39 - Travis Rosenkranz - 2008-09 13. 37 - T.J. Posey - 1995-96 14. 36 - Adam Osborn - 1999-00 15. 35 - Adam Dauksas - 2005-06 16. 34 - Korey Coon - 1996-97 34 - Chad Hutson - 1993-94 18. 33 - Adam Dauksas - 2003-04 33 - Steve Kuehl - 1992-93 33 - Bryan Crabtree - 1993-94 21. 32 - Mark Aubry - 1994-95 32 - Keelan Amelianovich - 2005-06 23. 31 - Chris Simich - 1995-96 31 - Jim Lehan - 2003-04 31 - Eliud Gonzalez - 2010-11


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

Most points 1. 47 - Yess, Greg; Indiana Central; 12/10/1980 2. 44 - Sikma, Jack; at Millikin; 1/17/1977 3. 42 - Conlee, Fran; North Central; 2/24/1954 42 - Coon, Korey; North Central; 2/23/2000 5. 40 - Bugajski, Blaise; Kearney State; 12/27/1983 40 - Bugajski, Blaise; Midwestern State; 12/29/1983 40 - Crabtree, Bryan; Millikin; 2/24/1996 40 - Patterson, Bill; at ISU; 2/16/1967 9. 39 - Conlee, Fran; Lake Forest; 2/20/1954 39 - Padgett, Dean; Millikin; 2/19/1948 39 - Yess, Greg; at Wheaton; 2/21/1981 12. 38 - Bugajski, Blaise; Carroll; 2/18/1984 38 - Coon, Korey; at Olivet Nazerene; 12/7/1998 38 - Grady, Paul; Millikin; 2/2/1962 38 - Kuehl, Jeff; at Augustana; 1/11/1989 38 - Sikma, Jack; Carthage; 1/8/1977 17. 37 - Gravlin, Dean; Carthage; 1/26/1973 37 - Niebrugge, Brent; at Wheaton; 1/17/1998 37 - Yess, Greg; Millikin; 2/25/1981 20. 36 - Kuehl, Jeff; St. Ambrose; 11/19/1988 36 - Padgett, Dean; North Central; 2/9/1957 36 - Patterson, Bill; Quincy; 1/21/1967 36 - Yess, Greg; at Indiana Central; 12/1/1979 Field goals made 1. 20 - Yess, Greg; Indiana Central; 12/10/1980 2. 19 - Conlee, Fran; North Central; 2/24/1954 3. 18 - Bugajski, Blaise; at Kearney State; 12/27/1983 4. 16 - Braksick, Jim; Kentucky Wesleyan; 1/14/1978 16 - Eldredge, Chris; at Millikin; 2/28/1978 16 - Kuehl, Jeff; St. Ambrose; 11/19/1988 16 - Sikma, Jack; at Millikin; 1/17/1977 16 - Sikma, Jack; Wheaton; 2/14/1974 16 - Sikma, Jack; Olivet Nazerene; 2/28/1977 10. 15 - Freeman, Zach; at Carthage; 1/27/2007 15 - Gramkow, Tom; Wheaton; 1/10/1968 15 - Gramkow, Tom; Elmhurst; 12/14/1968 15 - Gravlin, Dean; Carthage; 1/26/1973 15 - Kuehl, Jeff; North Park; 1/30/1988 15 - Kuehl, Jeff; at Indianapolis; 12/4/1989 15 - Sikma, Jack; Wheaton; 1/8/1975 15 - Walsh, Dick; Elmhurst; 2/5/1979 15 - Yess, Greg; Indiana Central; 12/1/1979 15 - Yess, Greg; Elmhurst; 12/12/1981 20. 14 - Sexauer, Doug; Carthage; 1/29/2011

Field goal percentage (8 made) 1. 1.000 - Connolly, Ryan; at Millikin; 1/12/2011 (10-10) 1.000 - Freeman, Zach; vs Judson (Ill.) College; 11/25/2006 (11-11) 1.000 - Kasten, Luke; North Central; 2/12/2003 (8-8) 1.000 - Reed, Kevin; at Carthage; 2/9/2013 (10-10) 1.000 - Reed, Kevin; at Carthage; 2/9/2013 (10-10) 6. .917 - Gant, Darius; Wheaton; 2/9/2007 (11-12) .917 - Sexauer, Doug; at North Central; 1/6/2010 (11-12) 8. .909 - Sexauer, Doug; Carthage; 1/9/2010 (10-11) 9. .889 - Arnold, Matt; at MILLIKIN; 1/26/2005 (8-9) .889 - Camardella, John; at North Central College; 1/25/2003 (8-9) .889 - Dauksas, Adam; at Carthage; 2/16/2005 (8-9) .889 - Kasten, Luke; North Park; 1/12/2002 (8-9) .889 - Kasten, Luke; Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 (8-9) .889 - Koschnitzky, John; at North Central; 2/25/2011 (8-9) .889 - Morris,Jordan; Millikin; 2/13/2008 (8-9) .889 - Overstreet, Dylan; at Augustana; 1/30/2013 (8-9) .889 - Overstreet, Dylan; at Augustana; 1/30/2016 (8-9) .889 - Zimmer, Brady; Augustana; 1/9/2013 (8-9) 19. .846 - Freeman, Zach; Olivet Nazarene; 11/22/2005 (11-13) 20. .833 - Eich, Marty; Beloit College; 1/5/2003 (10-12) .833 - Sexauer, Doug; Millikin; 1/28/2009 (10-12) .833 - Sexauer, Doug; at Millikin; 2/10/2010 (10-12) 3-point field goals made 1. 8 - Aubry, Mark; at Carthage; 2/19/1994 8 - Coon, Korey; at Olivet Nazerene; 12/7/1989 8 - Coon, Korey; North Central; 2/23/2000 8 - Dauksas, Adam; at Elmhurst College; 1/14/2006 8 - Edmundson, Mark; at Wabash; 11/30/1988 6. 7 - Johnson,Sean; at North Central (Ill.); 2/7/2008 7 - Johnson,Sean; at Elmhurst College; 1/19/2008 7 - Zimmer, Jordan; at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 7 - Zimmer, Jordan; Illinois College; 1/3/2009 7 - Zimmer, Jordan; Washington U. (Mo.); 12/17/2011 7 - Zimmer, Jordan; vs Southwestern Univ.; 12/29/2009 12. 6 - Amelianovich, Keelan; vs Univ. of Texas-Dallas; 11/18/2005 6 - Amelianovich, Keelan; Fontbonne U. (men); 12/8/2004 6 - Amelianovich, Keelan; at North Central (Ill.); 2/1/2006 6 - Amelianovich, Keelan; North Central College; 2/25/2004 6 - Cross, Laban; at Olivet Nazarene; 12/15/2001 6 - Cross, Laban; Wheaton; 2/13/2002 6 - Dauksas, Adam; at Wabash College; 11/19/2005 6 - Dauksas, Adam; at UW-Whitewater; 3/4/2006 6 - Johnson, Sean; Manchester; 11/29/2009 6 - Johnson, Sean; at Washington University; 12/8/2007 6 - Johnson, Sean; vs Central College; 3/5/2010 6 - Schweer, Steve; Beloit; 12/2/2003 6 - Silagi, Chris; at Augustana; 2/16/2002 6 - Zimmer, Jordan; vs Bethany College; 12/29/2011 6 - Zimmer, Jordan; Webster; 12/3/2011 6 - Zimmer, Jordan; at Staten Island; 12/30/2011


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

3-point field goals attempted 1. 17 - Mark Aubry; at Aurora; 12/18/1993 2. 16 - Johnson,Sean; North Park University; 2/23/2008 16 - Mark Edmundson; at Wabash; 11/30/1988 4. 15 - Zimmer, Jordan; Washington U. (Mo.); 12/17/2011 5. 14 - Johnson,Sean; at North Central (Ill.); 2/7/2008 14 - Silagi, Chris; at Augustana; 2/16/2002 14 - Zimmer, Jordan; at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 14 - Zimmer, Jordan; vs Bethany College; 12/29/2011 9. 13 - Dauksas, Adam; at Elmhurst College; 1/14/2006 13 - Johnson, Sean; at Washington University; 12/18/2010 13 - Johnson, Sean; at Washington University; 12/18/2010 12. 12 - Amelianovich, Keelan; Fontbonne U. (men); 12/8/2004 12 - Zimmer, Jordan; at Staten Island; 12/30/2011 14. 11 - Amelianovich, Keelan; vs Univ. of Texas-Dallas; 11/18/2005 11 - Amelianovich, Keelan; at North Central (Ill.); 2/1/2006 11 - Johnson, Sean; at UW-Stevens Point; 3/13/2010 11 - Johnson, Sean; Manchester; 11/29/2009 11 - Zimmer, Jordan; Carthage; 1/14/2012 11 - Zimmer, Jordan; vs Southwestern Univ.; 12/29/2009 11 - Zimmer, Jordan; at Chicago; 12/5/2009 Free throws made 1. 19 - Crabtree, Bryan; Alvernia; 3/21/1997 2. 16 - Bugajski, Blaise; Carroll; 1/27/1984 16 - Freeman, Zach; at Millikin; 1/11/2006 16 - Neeman, Earl; Augustana; 2/5/1954 5. 12 - Dauksas, Adam; at Olivet Nazarene; 11/30/2004 12 - Dauksas, Adam; at Carthage; 2/16/2005 7. 11 - Dauksas, Adam; North Central; 1/4/2006 11 - Dauksas, Adam; at Augustana; 2/12/2004 11 - Kasten, Luke; ELMHURST; 1/5/2002 11 - Silagi, Chris; Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 11 - Starkey, Eric; at Wabash College; 11/23/2002 12. 10 - Cross, Laban; at Florida Tech; 1/2/2001 10 - Dauksas, Adam; vs Johns Hopkins Univers; 12/5/2003 10 - Dauksas, Adam; Beloit; 12/2/2003 10 - Freeman, Zach; Carthage; 1/6/2007 10 - Freeman, Zach; at Florida Gulf Coast Un; 12/30/2003 10 - Freeman, Zach; at Millikin; 2/7/2007 10 - Hubbard, Seth; at North Central College; 1/25/2003 10 - Johnson, Sean; at Monmouth College; 11/23/2010 10 - Kasten, Luke; Ripon College; 1/6/2001 10 - Kasten, Luke; at North Central; 2/20/2002 10 - Koschnitzky, John; North Central; 1/5/2011

Most rebounds 1. 24 - Davidson, Don; MacMurray; 12/3/1966 24 - Sikma, Jack; Bradley; 12/30/1976 3. 23 - Braksick, Bill; LeMoyne-Owen; 11/30/1987 4. 22 - Sikma, Jack; at North Central; 1/10/1977 22 - Thompson, Sheldon; Millikin; 3/1/1969 6. 21 - Gant,Darius; North Park University; 2/23/2008 21 - Sikma, Jack; at Wheaton; 1/24/1976 21 - Sikma, Jack; Quincy; 3/3/1976 21 - Yess, Greg; at North Central; 1/19/1980 21 - Yess, Greg; DePauw; 11/27/1979 11. 20 - Gant,Darius; Carthage; 2/2/2008 20 - Sikma, Jack; at Millikin; 1/17/1977 20 - Sikma, Jack; North Central; 1/22/1975 20 - Sikma, Jack; Bemidji State; 12/2/1974 20 - Sikma, Jack; Valparaiso; 12/7/1976 20 - Sikma, Jack; at Carthage; 2/12/1977 20 - Thompson, Sheldon; North Central; 2/3/1968 18. 19 - Luechtefeld, Keith; North Park; 12/8/1986 19 - Niebrugge, Brent; Benedictine; 11/30/1997 19 - Nord, Curt; Millikin; 1/8/1972 19 - Sikma, Jack; Indiana Central; 1/4/1975 19 - Sikma, Jack; Wheaton; 1/8/1975 19 - Sikma, Jack; Illinois College; 11/29/1976 19 - Sikma, Jack; at Elmhurst; 12/5/1974 19 - Sikma, Jack; at Augustana; 2/19/1977 19 - Sikma, Jack; at North Park; 2/2/1977 19 - Sikma, Jack; Elmhurst; 2/5/1977 19 - Sikma, Jack; Southwest Baptist; 3/1/1976 Most assists 1. 14 - Dauksas, Adam; Benedictine; 12/22/2003 14 - Martin, Brian; Carthage; 2/9/1991 3. 13 - Dauksas, Adam; Washington (Mo.); 11/23/2004 13 - Dauksas, Adam; vs University of Puget S; 3/11/2006 5. 12 - Dauksas, Adam; at Washington University; 12/10/2005 12 - Dauksas, Adam; vs Puget Sound; 12/29/2005 12 - Martin, Brian; St. Joseph's; 12/10/1992 12 - Martin, Brian; Nazareth; 12/28/1991 9. 11 - Dauksas, Adam; at North Park University; 1/21/2006 11 - Dauksas, Adam; at Illinois College; 12/17/2005 11 - Gonzalez, Eliud; at Chicago; 12/10/2011 11 - Gregurich, Brad; Elmhurst; 12/12/1981 11 - Hutson, Chad; Washington U.; 11/18/1994 11 - Martin, Brian; at Wheaton; 2/26/1992 15. 10 - Dauksas, Adam; North Park University; 2/18/2006 10 - Dauksas, Adam; Millikin; 2/8/2006 10 - Edmundson, Mark; Indianapolis; 12/5/1988 10 - Gonzalez, Eliud; at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 10 - Hay, Jeff; Wheaton; 12/7/1988 10 - Hutson, Chad; LaVerne; 11/20/1993 10 - Hutson, Chad; Rose-Hulman; 11/28/1994 10 - Hutson, Chad; Aurora; 11/30/1994 10 - Hutson, Chad; Wheaton; 2/27/1995 10 - Hutson, Chad; Washington U.; 3/4/1995 10 - Martin, Brian; North Central; 2/18/1992 10 - Osborn, Adam; Carthage; 2/21/2001 10 - Overstreet, Dylan; at North Park; 1/16/2013 10 - Overstreet, Dylan; at North Park; 1/16/2013 10 - Rose, Ron; Wabash; 12/2/1987 10 - Rosenkranz, Travis; North Park; 1/21/2009


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

3 - Ziemnik, Andrew; vs Wittenberg Univ.; 3/10/2012 Most steals 1. 7 - Hubbard, Nathan; BYU-Hawaii; 1/2/1999 2. 6 - Gonzalez, Eliud; vs Wittenberg Univ.; 3/10/2012 6 - Jones, Jason; John, Jones; 11/30/1988 6 - Lehan, Jim; Augustana; 1/12/2004 5. 4 - Camardella, John; vs DePauw University; 11/22/2002 4 - Chamernik, Brett; at Chicago; 12/15/2007 4 - Dauksas, Adam; at Benedictine; 1/2/2005 4 - Dauksas, Adam; vs Puget Sound; 12/29/2005 4 - Dwyer,Sean; Wheaton; 1/23/2008 4 - Gonzalez, Eliud; Carthage; 1/14/2012 4 - Gonzalez, Eliud; vs Bethany College; 12/29/2011 4 - Johnson, Sean; vs Gettysburg; 12/29/2010 4 - Jones, Cory; Wabash; 1/7/2004 4 - Koschnitzky, John; Benedictine (Ill.); 11/16/2011 4 - Reed, Kevin; vs Bethany College; 12/29/2011 4 - Silagi, Chris; at Benedictine Universit; 12/2/2000 4 - Starkey, Eric; vs DePauw University; 11/22/2002 4 - Starkey, Eric; MacMurray College; 11/28/2000 4 - Wente, Todd; at Wheaton College Thund; 2/10/2001 4 - Wente, Todd; at North Park; 2/6/2001 4 - Wente, Todd; vs Ohio Northern; 3/17/2001 Most blocked shots 1. 5 - Freeman, Zach; Hanover; 12/20/2005 5 - Kasten, Luke; MacMurray College; 11/28/2000 3. 4 - Camardella, John; Beloit College; 1/5/2003 4 - Camardella, John; at North Park; 2/18/2003 4 - Freeman, Andrew; North Park; 1/21/2007 4 - Jones, Chris; Chicago; 12/4/2004 4 - Reed, Kevin; U. of Chicago; 12/15/2012 4 - Sexauer, Doug; Augustana; 2/21/2009 9. 3 - Anderson, Nick; Monmouth (Ill.); 11/22/2011 3 - Anderson, Nick; vs Mississippi; 12/21/2012 3 - Camardella, John; at Millikin University; 1/23/2002 3 - Camardella, John; vs St. Xavier; 12/29/2001 3 - Camardella, John; Wheaton; 2/15/2003 3 - Camardella, John; Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 3 - Freeman, Andrew; Carthage; 2/5/2005 3 - Freeman, Zach; at Chicago; 12/3/2005 3 - Freeman, Zach; at North Central (Ill.); 2/1/2006 3 - Freeman, Zach; at Millikin; 2/7/2007 3 - Freeman, Zach; vs University of Puget S; 3/11/2006 3 - Jones, Chris; Elmhurst; 1/8/2005 3 - Jones, Chris; at Westmont; 12/30/2005 3 - Jones, Cory; at North Park; 1/21/2004 3 - Jones, Cory; Augustana; 1/25/2006 3 - Jones, Cory; Carthage; 1/28/2006 3 - Jones, Cory; vs Univ. of Texas-Dallas; 11/18/2005 3 - Jones, Cory; at Illinois College; 12/17/2005 3 - Jones, Cory; at Augustana; 2/12/2004 3 - Jones, Cory; at Elmhurst College; 2/19/2005 3 - Jones, Cory; at College of Wooster; 3/12/2003 3 - Kasten, Luke; at Elmhurst; 2/5/2002 3 - Kasten, Luke; Wheaton; 1/13/2001 3 - Kasten, Luke; vs Concordia University; 11/17/2001 3 - Kasten, Luke; North Central; 2/12/2003 3 - Kasten, Luke; vs Ohio Northern; 3/17/2001 3 - Reed, Kevin; Monmouth (Ill.); 11/22/2011 3 - Reed, Kevin; vs Hope College; 12/22/2012 3 - Reed, Kevin; at Washington U.; 3/9/2013 3 - Sexauer, Doug; North Central; 1/10/2009 3 - Sexauer, Doug; vs Taylor-Fort Wayne; 11/21/2008 3 - Sexauer, Doug; at North Park; 2/11/2009


Illinois Wesleyan’s Year-by-Year Leaders POINTS 1964-65 Shouba 1965-66 Shouba 1966-67 Patterson 1967-68 Kagel 1968-69 Gramkow 1969-70 Gramkow 1970-71 S.Thompson 1971-72 Gravlin 1972-73 Gravlin 1973-74 Sikma 1974-75 Sikma 1975-76 Sikma 1976-77 Sikma 1977-78 Black 1978-79 Black 1979-80 Yess 1980-81 Yess 1981-82 Yess 1982-83 Bugajski 1983-84 Bugajski 1984-85 Bridges 1985-86 Lessen 1986-87 Bridges 1987-88 Jeff Kuehl 1988-89 Jeff Kuehl 1989-90 Jeff Kuehl 1990-91 Caldwell 1991-92 Steve Kuehl 1992-93 Steve Kuehl 1993-94 Aubry 1994-95 Simich 1995-96 Simich 1996-97 Crabtree 1997-98 Niebrugge 1998-99 Coon 1999-00 Coon 2000-01 Kasten 2001-02 Kasten 2002-03 Kasten 2003-04 Amelianovich 2004-05 Amelianovich 2005-06 Amelianovich 2006-07 Z. Freeman 2007-08 Gant 2008-09 Sexauer 2009-10 Johnson 2010-11 Johnson 2011-12 J. Zimmer 2012-13 Ziemnik

378 504 547 484 498 427 485 533 529 324 610 501 837 370 495 490 532 454 573 738 349 475 378 496 525 499 543 487 445 445 559 597 678 541 512 550 504 461 476 502 465 596 539 348 313 526 465 483 319

REBOUNDS 1964-65 Lock 242 1965-66 Lock 353 1966-67 Davidson 238 1967-68 S.Thompson 280 1968-69 S.Thompson 282 1969-70 Evans 316 1970-71 S.Thompson 278 1971-72 Gravlin D.Thompson 242 1972-73 Gravlin 203 1973-74 Sikma 223 1974-75 Sikma 415 1975-76 Sikma 290 1976-77 Sikma 477 1977-78 Braksick 162 1978-79 Yess 245 1979-80 Yess 270 1980-81 Yess 291 1981-82 Yess 262 1982-83 Freundt 228

1983-84 Thomas 1984-85 Baffes 1985-86 Luechtefeld 1986-87 Luechtefeld 1987-88 Braksick 1988-89 Jeff Kuehl 1989-90 Jeff Kuehl 1990-91 Caldwell 1991-92 Lipic 1992-93 Lipic 1993-94 Lipic 1994-95 Simich 1995-96 Simich 1996-97 Niebrugge 1997-98 Niebrugge 1998-99 Rogers 1999-00 Kasten 2000-01 Camardella 2001-02 Kasten 2002-03 Camardella 2003-04 Z. Freeman 2004-05 Chris Jones 2005-06 Z. Freeman 2006-07 Z. Freeman 2007-08 Gant 2008-09 Sexauer 2009-10 Sexauer 2010-11 Sexauer 2011-12 Reed 2012-13 Reed

240 204 268 214 347 197 186 216 223 169 248 248 253 207 254 185 180 186 165 202 200 163 242 228 256 138 180 179 186 202

FIELD GOAL PCT. min. 5 made per game 1964-65 Lock 1965-66 LaGow 1966-67 Laub 1967-68 Gramkow 1968-69 S.Thompson 1969-70 S.Thompson 1970-71 S.Thompson 1971-72 Hill 1972-73 Gravlin 1973-74 Sikma, Hill 1974-75 Spear 1975-76 Eldredge 1976-77 Black 1977-78 Black 1978-79 Black 1979-80 Musselman 1980-81 Musselman 1981-82 Bugajski 1982-83 Freundt 1983-84 Thomas 1984-85 Coderre 1985-86 Lessen 1986-87 Bridges 1987-88 Jeff Kuehl 1988-89 Caldwell 1989-90 Jeff Kuehl 1990-91 Caldwell 1991-92 Steve Kuehl 1992-93 Groenenboom 1993-94 Groenenboom 1994-95 Simich 1995-96 Litwiller 1996-97 Niebrugge 1997-98 Niebrugge 1998-99 Boyden 1999-00 Wente 2000-01 Kasten 2001-02 Kasten 2002-03 Camardella

.451 .507 .454 .481 .479 .545 .518 .625 .510 .484 .546 .552 .587 .556 .562 .506 .577 .532 .603 .605 .565 .544 .519 .577 .633 .625 .633 .562 .620 .572 .579 .568 .642 .638 .578 .522 .533 .531 .564

2003-04 Amelianovich 2004-05 Amelianovich 2005-06 Z. Freeman 2006-07 Z. Freeman 2007-08 Gant 2008-09 Sexauer 2009-10 Sexauer 2010-11 Sexauer 2011-12 Reed 2012-13 B. Zimmer

.512 .487 .599 .614 .559 .545 .621 .551 .595 .585

FREE THROW PCT. min. 2.5 made per game 1964-65 Laub .841 1965-66 Laub .774 1966-67 Patterson .851 1967-68 Kagel .787 1968-69 Gramkow .869 1969-70 Gramkow .839 1970-71 Gibson .763 1971-72 Gibson .733 1972-73 Foote .767 1973-74 Bradley .815 1974-75 Spear .862 1975-76 Spear .795 1976-77 Black .859 1977-78 Pavlik .888 1978-79 Black .873 1979-80 Houpt .773 1980-81 Gregurich .809 1981-82 Gregurich .900 1982-83 Zivo .850 1983-84 Bugajski .848 1984-85 Lessen .854 1985-86 Lessen .864 1986-87 Bridges .796 1987-88 Braksick .861 1988-89 Edmundson .826 1989-90 Czirjak .867 1990-91 Hay .893 1991-92 Hutson .874 1992-93 Aubry .905 1993-94 Hutson .892 1994-95 Aubry .897 1995-96 Simich .831 1996-97 Crabtree .843 1997-98 Coon .897 1998-99 Coon .883 1999-00 Coon .963 2000-01 Hubbard .789 2001-02 Kasten .690 2002-03 Hubbard .769 2003-04 Amelianovich .828 2004-05 Dauksas .807 2005-06 Dauksas .762 2006-07 Z. Freeman .793 2007-08 Rosenkranz .750 2008-09 Sexauer .741 2009-10 J. Zimmer .833 2010-11 J. Zimmer .875 2011-12 J. Zimmer .876 2012-13 Sodemann .864 ASSISTS 1979-80 Edlen 1980-81 Edlen 1981-82 Gregurich 1982-83 Gregurich 1983-84 Judson 1984-85 Bridges 1985-86 Luechtefeld 1986-87 Luechtefeld

111 118 136 130 114 115 115 99

1987-88 Rose 1988-89 Jones 1989-90 Edmundson 1990-91 Martin 1991-92 Martin 1992-93 Martin 1993-94 Hutson 1994-95 Hutson 1995-96 Posey 1996-97 Hubbard 1997-98 Hubbard 1998-99 Hubbard 1999-00 Adam Osborn 2000-01 Adam Osborn 2001-02 Silagi 2002-03 Dauksas 2003-04 Dauksas 2004-05 Dauksas 2005-06 Dauksas 2006-07 Gilmore 2007-08 Rosenkranz 2008-09 Rosenkranz 2009-10 Rosenkranz 2010-11 Schick 2011-12 Gonzalez 2012-13 Overstreet

137 98 104 165 149 107 134 198 127 105 128 97 89 130 60 85 150 145 204 80 88 110 126 94 154 130

3-POINT FG PCT. 1986-87 Luechtefeld 1987-88 Rose 1988-89 Hay 1989-90 Kunka 1990-91 Czirjak 1991-92 Steve Kuehl 1992-93 Martin 1993-94 Hutson 1994-95 Crabtree 1995-96 Crabtree 1996-97 Coon 1997-98 Coon 1998-99 Coon 1999-00 Adam Osborn 2000-01 Cross 2001-02 Cross 2002-03 Camardella 2003-04 Amelianovich 2004-05 Amelianovich 2005-06 Amelianovich 2006-07 Harrigan 2007-08 Johnson 2008-09 J. Zimmer 2009-10 Johnson 2010-11 Sexauer 2011-12 J. Zimmer 2012-13 B. Zimmer

.471 .453 .465 .520 .462 .500 .516 .386 .447 .400 .505 .514 .487 .408 .424 .392 .473 .506 .456 .469 .493 .375 .510 .414 .517 .426 .540


Year-by-Year Team Performances FG PCT. FT PCT. 3-PT FG PCT. 1964-65 .394 .726 x 1965-66 .437 .627 x 1966-67 .420 .745 x 1967-68 .428 .700 x 1968-69 .439 .717 x 1969-70 .459 .690 x 1970-71 .443 .670 x 1971-72 .476 .660 x 1972-73 .454 .702 x 1973-74 .451 .719 x 1974-75 .481 .720 x 1975-76 .478 .732 x 1976-77 .499 .727 x 1977-78 .471 .737 x 1978-79 .500 .741 x 1979-80 .465 .702 x 1980-81 .470 .700 x 1981-82 .486 .759 x 1982-83 .527 .712 x 1983-84 .491 .733 x 1984-85 .472 .706 x 1985-86 .479 .744 x 1986-87 .501 .700 .360 1987-88 .514 .718 .412 1988-89 .474 .753 .360 1989-90 .511 .729 .421 1990-91 .511 .740 .387 1991-92 .498 .752 .383 1992-93 .499 .756 .439 1993-94 .452 .788 .332 1994-95 .511 .744 .400 1995-96 .519 .719 .386 1996-97 .514 .780 .408 1997-98 .545 .722 .403 1998-99 .491 .725 .384 1999-00 .466 .785 .376 2000-01 .497 .719 .379 2001-02 .449 .711 .361 2002-03 .498 .741 .395 2003-04 .479 .733 .439 2004-05 .510 .708 .434 2005-06 .512 .797 .409 2006-07 .493 .711 .371 2007-08 .460 .627 .344 2008-09 .491 .694 .390 2009-10 .489 .695 .380 2010-11 .479 .698 .370 2011-12 .464 .679 .363 2012-13 .469 .674 .374

IWU OPP REB. REB. 36.7 na 40.9 na 39.0 na 38.7 45.9 39.4 47.0 43.0 42.9 45.3 44.1 47.2 42.8 39.4 41.6 43.2 41.2 42.7 40.1 44.9 38.4 45.2 36.8 35.3 37.4 35.8 37.4 40.5 36.5 39.5 37.8 35.3 32.9 33.2 33.4 36.3 34.0 37.0 34.5 37.0 38.1 37.9 38.3 40.9 38.8 37.2 35.9 35.3 35.8 37.5 35.0 35.4 35.0 32.3 35.2 36.3 34.7 38.9 33.4 37.8 32.3 36.7 30.4 36.6 32.0 36.3 35.0 37.6 38.2 36.9 34.1 36.2 36.9 35.9 31.8 37.8 32.7 36.5 30.9 36.8 29.8 35.9 28.1 36.1 33.5 33.3 31.8 34.6 30.8 33.6 33.0 37.9 31.8 39.3 29.7

IWU OPP PTS. PTS. 73.0 na 81.7 72.3 78.7 75.6 83.2 85.5 83.2 84.1 83.4 74.8 83.0 77.7 87.6 75.0 71.8 70.8 76.4 73.8 79.1 70.2 81.5 70.2 82.7 69.0 73.0 73.0 74.7 75.8 75.3 72.8 72.5 71.8 73.8 67.9 74.5 71.9 75.3 71.2 72.0 74.7 72.6 68.9 83.5 75.1 90.2 77.5 78.9 80.2 80.9 75.6 83.7 74.3 83.8 72.3 87.4 79.5 82.5 74.5 88.2 72.3 84.5 69.3 84.4 69.4 86.9 75.9 76.3 70.7 81.8 78.0 81.0 73.0 73.5 71.9 77.3 68.1 77.7 68.0 77.4 65.3 79.8 69.9 74.2 73.8 72.4 71.3 75.3 74.6 75.0 69.0 74.7 69.3 76.5 66.7 72.6 62.7

Conference and National Athletic Affiliations Entering its 68th season in 2013-14, the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) enjoys a reputation as the “Best Small-College Conference in the Nation.” While still a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, Illinois Wesleyan joined the NCAA in 1977 and held joint memberships in both organizations, competing in the NAIA in basketball until dropping after the 1982-83 season. When IWU shifted exclusively to NCAA membership, it resulted in the CCIW receiving an automatic berth in Division III playoffs, since all members were competing only in the NCAA nationally. The first IWU team to participate in NCAA postseason was the 1978 baseball team, which placed second in the West Regional. Most recently the 2012 women’s basketball team won the national championship and the 2010 baseball team and outdoor women’s track teams won national titles in the same week. Other Illinois Wesleyan national championship teams have been men’s basketball (1997), women’s indoor track (2008), and women’s outdoor track (2008). In NCAA Division III competition, CCIW schools have accounted for 42 national championships, including 13 in men’s cross country, six in men’s basketball, six in men’s outdoor track and field, four in football, three in women’s soccer and men’s indoor track and field, women’s outdoor track & field, two in men’s

soccer and one apiece in women’s basketball, baseball and women’s indoor track and field. The CCIW sponsors 21 sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s indoor track & field, men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, volleyball and wrestling. The league, formed with nine members at a meeting in Jacksonville, Ill., on April 26, 1946, opened competition in the 1946-47 school year as the College Conference of Illinois. The charter members were Augustana, Carthage (then in Illinois), Elmhurst, Illinois College (left in 1953), Illinois Wesleyan, Lake Forest (left in 1963), Millikin, North Central, and Wheaton. Carthage left in 1952, then returned in 1961. Wheaton left in 1959 and returned in 1967, and Elmhurst left in 1960 and returned in 1967. Carroll joined in 1955 and left in 1992. North Park joined in 1962. The name was changed in May 1967 to recognize two Wisconsin schools.


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball TEAM GAME RECORDS

Most points 1. 132 - Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 2. 131 - Carroll; 1/6/1967 3. 116 - at Roanoke; 1996 4. 115 - Aurora; 12/11/1999 5. 113 - vs University of Puget S; 3/11/2006 6. 110 - Rockford; 1995 7. 108 - at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 8. 105 - Maryville; 1997 9. 104 - Beloit; 12/2/2003 104 - Olivet Nazarene; 12/14/2002 104 - vs Puget Sound; 12/29/2005 12. 103 - at North Central College; 1/25/2003 103 - Carthage; 1/29/2011 14. 102 - North Park; 1/12/2002 102 - North Park; 1/21/2009 102 - vs MacMurray College; 11/18/2011 17. 101 - Johnson & Wales; 11/21/2009 18. 99 - Benedictine (Ill.); 11/16/2011 19. 98 - Millikin; 1/31/2001 98 - at North Park; 2/18/2003 98 - at North Park University; 2/23/2005 Field goals made 1. 56 - Carroll; 1/6/1967 2. 43 - Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 3. 42 - vs MacMurray College; 11/18/2011 4. 40 - Carthage; 1/29/2011 40 - Johnson & Wales; 11/21/2009 40 - vs University of Puget S; 3/11/2006 7. 39 - vs Puget Sound; 12/29/2005 39 - Webster; 12/3/2011 9. 38 - at California Lutheran; 1/2/2002 38 - Millikin; 1/31/2001 38 - Olivet Nazarene; 12/14/2002 12. 37 - North Park; 1/21/2009 37 - North Central College; 2/25/2004 14. 36 - at Elmhurst College; 1/31/2009 36 - Benedictine (Ill.); 11/16/2011 36 - vs Taylor-Fort Wayne; 11/21/2008 36 - Beloit; 12/2/2003 36 - Olivet Nazarene; 12/16/2000 36 - at Trinity University; 12/28/2009 36 - vs UW-Stout; 12/29/2002 36 - Albion College; 12/30/2006 36 - Millikin; 2/13/2008

Field goals attempted 1. 76 - at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 2. 75 - Fontbonne U. (men); 12/8/2004 3. 73 - Johnson & Wales; 11/21/2009 73 - vs Central College; 3/5/2010 5. 72 - MacMurray; 12/11/2010 72 - vs Univ. of Alberta; 12/28/2001 7. 71 - Benedictine (Ill.); 11/16/2011 71 - Aurora University; 12/4/2001 71 - vs Carroll College; 3/3/2006 10. 70 - Wheaton; 1/13/2001 70 - Aurora; 11/19/2010 70 - Maryville (Mo.); 11/30/2008 13. 69 - vs MacMurray College; 11/18/2011 69 - Beloit; 12/2/2003 69 - at Olivet Nazarene; 12/15/2001 69 - at Florida Gulf Coast Un; 12/30/2003 17. 68 - Webster; 12/3/2011 68 - Carthage; 2/2/2008 68 - North Central College; 2/25/2004 20. 67 - Carthage; 1/29/2011 67 - Wheaton; 1/4/2012 67 - Monmouth (Ill.); 11/22/2011 67 - MacMurray College; 11/28/2000 67 - Olivet Nazarene; 12/14/2002 67 - vs Puget Sound; 12/29/2005 67 - North Central College; 2/14/2001 67 - North Park University; 2/18/2006 67 - North Park University; 2/23/2008 67 - Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 67 - vs Cabrini; 3/16/2012 Field goal percentage (20 made) 1. .783 - Elmhurst; 2/2/1990 (36-46) 2. .720 - Albion College; 12/30/2006 (36-50) 3. .705 - North Park; 2/6/2013 (31-44) 4. .653 - at North Central College; 1/25/2003 (32-49) 5. .642 - Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 (43-67) 6. .640 - Olivet Nazarene; 11/22/2005 (32-50) 7. .639 - North Central; 2/12/2003 (23-36) 8. .638 - Elmhurst; 1/8/2005 (30-47) 9. .635 - Carthage; 2/21/2001 (33-52) 10. .633 - at California Lutheran; 1/2/2002 (38-60) .633 - at Beloit College; 12/18/2004 (31-49) 12. .630 - Elmhurst; 1/15/2011 (29-46) 13. .627 - North Park; 1/21/2009 (37-59) 14. .625 - Carthage; 1/9/2010 (25-40) .625 - vs University of Puget S; 3/11/2006 (40-64) 16. .621 - at Elmhurst College; 1/31/2009 (36-58) .621 - Olivet Nazarene; 12/16/2000 (36-58) 18. .620 - at North Central; 1/6/2010 (31-50) 19. .615 - at MILLIKIN; 1/19/2013 (32-52) 20. .612 - at MILLIKIN; 1/26/2005 (30-49)


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3-point field goals made 1. 19 - Millikin; 2/20/1993 2. 17 - Olivet Nazarene; 12/14/2002 3. 16 - at Olivet Nazarene; 12/15/2001 4. 14 - Ripon; 11/20/2010 14 - at MILLIKIN; 2/14/2012 6. 13 - at North Central (Ill.); 2/7/2008 13 - at Augustana; 2/16/2002 13 - at Elmhurst College; 1/19/2008 13 - vs Southwestern Univ.; 12/29/2009 13 - North Central; 2/18/1992 11. 12 - at California Lutheran; 1/2/2002 12 - Carthage; 1/28/2006 12 - at Manchester; 11/22/2008 12 - Beloit; 12/2/2003 12 - vs Mississippi; 12/21/2012 12 - at Staten Island; 12/30/2011 12 - Fontbonne U. (men); 12/8/2004 12 - Carthage; 2/5/2005 19. 11 - Wabash; 1/7/2004 11 - at Millikin; 1/12/2011 11 - at Elmhurst College; 1/14/2006 11 - at MILLIKIN; 1/19/2013 11 - North Park; 1/21/2007 11 - Illinois College; 1/3/2009 11 - Elmhurst; 1/5/2013 11 - at Elmhurst College; 1/8/2001 11 - vs MacMurray College; 11/18/2011 11 - Hardin Simmons; 11/20/2001 11 - Benedictine U.; 11/27/2001 11 - at Webster University; 11/29/2010 11 - at Beloit College; 12/18/2004 11 - at Trinity University; 12/28/2009 11 - Webster; 12/3/2011 11 - Aurora University; 12/4/2001 11 - North Park; 2/1/2003 11 - at North Central (Ill.); 2/1/2006 11 - vs UWRF-MEN; 3/4/2011 11 - vs University of Puget S; 3/11/2006 3-point field goals attempted 1. 35 - at Olivet Nazarene; 12/15/2001 2. 34 - Olivet Nazarene; 12/14/2002 3. 32 - North Park University; 2/23/2008 4. 29 - Hardin Simmons; 11/20/2001 29 - Beloit; 12/2/2003 29 - vs Mississippi; 12/21/2012 29 - vs Cabrini; 3/16/2012 8. 28 - at North Central (Ill.); 2/7/2008 28 - at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 28 - DePauw; 11/20/2004 11. 27 - at Augustana; 2/16/2002 27 - Ripon; 11/20/2010 27 - at Washington University; 12/18/2010 27 - Washington U. (Mo.); 12/17/2011 27 - at Washington University; 12/18/2010 27 - at Staten Island; 12/30/2011 27 - at MILLIKIN; 2/14/2012 27 - North Park University; 2/18/2006 27 - North Park; 2/19/2011 20. 26 - vs Clarke; 11/17/2006 26 - Manchester; 11/29/2009 26 - North Park; 2/1/2003 26 - at North Central; 2/20/2002

3-point FG percentage (10 made) 1. .786 - North Central; 2/21/1990 (11-14) 2. .769 - at Westmont; 12/30/2005 (10-13) 3. .625 - at North Central (Ill.); 2/7/2009 (10-16) .625 - Olivet Nazarene; 12/13/2003 (10-16) 5. .611 - Wabash; 1/7/2004 (11-18) .611 - at Elmhurst College; 1/8/2001 (11-18) .611 - at Beloit College; 12/18/2004 (11-18) 8. .591 - vs Southwestern Univ.; 12/29/2009 (13-22) 9. .588 - Elmhurst; 1/8/2005 (10-17) 10. .579 - at MILLIKIN; 1/19/2013 (11-19) .579 - Illinois College; 1/3/2009 (11-19) 12. .571 - Carthage; 1/28/2006 (12-21) .571 - Carthage; 2/5/2005 (12-21) 14. .556 - Loras; 11/17/2012 (10-18) .556 - at UW-Whitewater; 3/4/2006 (10-18) 16. .550 - Benedictine U.; 11/27/2001 (11-20) .550 - at North Central (Ill.); 2/1/2006 (11-20) 18. .526 - Elmhurst; 1/10/2004 (10-19) .526 - at North Central College; 1/25/2003 (10-19) .526 - at Illinois College; 12/17/2005 (10-19) .526 - vs Hamilton College; 12/7/2008 (10-19) .526 - at Millikin; 2/10/2010 (10-19) .526 - Millikin; 2/13/2008 (10-19) Free throws made 1. 40 - Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 (40-50) 2. 35 - at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 35 - at North Park; 2/18/2003 4. 34 - Wheaton; 1/10/1973 34 - Carroll; 1/15/1977 6. 32 - at Florida Tech; 1/2/2001 7. 29 - at North Central College; 1/25/2003 29 - ELMHURST; 1/5/2002 9. 27 - Carthage; 1/12/2013 27 - at Wheaton College; 1/2/2013 27 - vs Johns Hopkins Univers; 12/5/2003 27 - at Illinois College; 12/15/2010 13. 26 - Wheaton; 1/4/2012 26 - Ripon College; 1/6/2001 26 - at North Park; 1/7/2012 26 - at Florida Gulf Coast Un; 12/30/2003 26 - North Central; 2/12/2003 26 - Wheaton College; 2/2/2013 19. 25 - at Elmhurst; 1/26/2013 25 - Carthage; 1/9/2010 25 - MacMurray College; 11/28/2000 25 - Hanover; 12/18/2007 25 - at Augustana; 2/12/2004 25 - at North Central; 2/19/2013 25 - at UW-Whitewater; 3/4/2006


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Free throws attempted 1. 50 - Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 2. 47 - at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 3. 41 - at Augustana; 2/12/2004 4. 40 - at Florida Tech; 1/2/2001 40 - at Wheaton College; 1/2/2013 6. 38 - at North Central College; 1/25/2003 38 - Wheaton; 1/4/2012 38 - ELMHURST; 1/5/2002 9. 37 - North Park University; 2/18/2006 10. 36 - at North Park; 1/7/2012 36 - Illinois College; 11/21/2006 36 - MacMurray College; 11/28/2000 36 - Webster; 12/2/2007 36 - North Central; 2/12/2003 36 - at North Park; 2/18/2003 36 - at North Central; 2/19/2013 36 - at UW-Whitewater; 3/4/2006 18. 35 - Carthage; 1/9/2010 35 - at Illinois College; 12/15/2010 35 - Elmhurst College; 2/9/2008 Free throw percentage (10 made) 1. 1.000 - at Washington University; 12/6/2003 (12-12) 1.000 - Millikin; 1988 (20-20) 3. .972 - at North Park; 2/18/2003 (35-36) 4. .950 - North Park; 1/21/2009 (19-20) 5. .947 - Webster; 11/18/2009 (18-19) 6. .941 - vs Univ. of Texas-Dallas; 11/18/2005 (16-17) 7. .929 - North Central; 1/5/2011 (13-14) 8. .923 - at Elmhurst College; 1/8/2001 (12-13) 9. .917 - at Chicago; 11/22/2003 (11-12) .917 - U. of Chicago; 12/1/2001 (11-12) .917 - at Hanover; 12/19/2006 (22-24) 12. .905 - Benedictine (Ill.); 11/16/2011 (19-21) 13. .900 - Carthage; 1/12/2013 (27-30) .900 - vs St. Xavier; 12/29/2001 (18-20) 15. .895 - at North Central; 1/6/2010 (17-19) 16. .889 - at Fontbonne University; 12/18/2002 (16-18) .889 - at North Park University; 2/23/2005 (24-27) 18. .882 - at Carthage; 2/9/2013 (15-17) .882 - at Carthage; 2/9/2013 (15-17) 20. .875 - Olivet Nazarene; 11/22/2005 (14-16) .875 - U. of Chicago; 12/16/2006 (14-16) .875 - at Carthage; 2/16/2005 (21-24)

Most rebounds 1. 73 - Carroll; 12/6/1969 2. 68 - Fontbonne U. (men); 12/8/2004 3. 59 - Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 4. 54 - at Illinois College; 12/17/2005 5. 53 - Johnson & Wales; 11/21/2009 53 - MacMurray College; 11/28/2000 7. 52 - vs Hamilton College; 12/7/2008 8. 51 - Washington (Mo.); 11/23/2004 51 - vs Judson (Ill.) College; 11/25/2006 10. 50 - at Wheaton College; 1/2/2013 50 - vs Tri-State University; 11/16/2007 50 - North Park University; 2/23/2008 50 - vs Carroll College; 3/3/2006 14. 49 - at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 49 - North Park; 1/12/2002 49 - Illinois College; 11/21/2006 49 - Monmouth (Ill.); 11/22/2011 49 - Aurora University; 12/4/2001 49 - North Park University; 2/18/2006 20. 48 - vs Clarke; 11/17/2006 48 - Aurora; 11/19/2010 48 - at Illinois College; 12/15/2010 48 - Webster; 12/3/2011 Most assists 1. 31 - Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 2. 29 - vs University of Puget S; 3/11/2006 3. 27 - Olivet Nazarene; 12/14/2002 4. 26 - vs MacMurray College; 11/18/2011 26 - Benedictine; 12/22/2003 6. 25 - at North Central; 1/6/2010 7. 24 - at North Park; 1/16/2013 24 - at North Park; 1/16/2013 24 - North Park; 1/21/2009 24 - at Augustana; 1/26/2011 24 - vs Taylor-Fort Wayne; 11/21/2008 24 - North Park University; 2/18/2006 13. 23 - Benedictine (Ill.); 11/16/2011 23 - Johnson & Wales; 11/21/2009 23 - at Beloit College; 12/18/2004 23 - Webster; 12/3/2011 23 - North Park; 2/1/2003 18. 22 - at California Lutheran; 1/2/2002 22 - North Park; 1/24/2010 22 - Illinois College; 1/3/2009 22 - Washington (Mo.); 11/23/2004 22 - at Chicago; 12/10/2011 22 - at Fontbonne University; 12/18/2002 22 - at Benedictine Universit; 12/2/2000 22 - Wheaton; 2/13/2002 22 - Millikin; 2/13/2008 22 - North Central College; 2/25/2004 22 - North Park; 2/4/2012 22 - North Park; 2/6/2013


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6 - MILLIKIN; 2/26/2005 Most steals 1. 14 - vs Puget Sound; 12/29/2005 2. 13 - North Park University; 2/18/2006 3. 12 - MacMurray College; 11/28/2000 12 - at Benedictine Universit; 12/2/2000 12 - at North Central; 2/20/2002 6. 11 - Wabash; 1/7/2004 11 - Wheaton; 1/23/2008 11 - at Augustana; 1/26/2011 11 - vs Concordia University; 11/17/2001 11 - at Wabash College; 11/19/2005 11 - at Olivet Nazarene; 11/30/2004 11 - Fontbonne U. (men); 12/8/2004 13. 10 - vs MacMurray College; 11/18/2011 10 - at Illinois College; 11/19/2011 10 - vs Trinity (Texas); 11/23/2003 10 - at Chicago; 12/15/2007 10 - vs Mississippi; 12/21/2012 10 - vs University of Puget S; 3/11/2006 10 - at College of Wooster; 3/12/2003 20. 9 - at Hope College Men; 3/3/2012 9 - at Elmhurst College; 1/13/2007 9 - at Wheaton College; 1/15/2005 9 - at Benedictine; 1/2/2005 9 - at North Central College; 1/25/2003 9 - at North Park University; 1/26/2008 9 - Ripon College; 1/6/2001 9 - Blackburn; 11/21/2000 9 - vs Taylor-Fort Wayne; 11/21/2008 9 - vs DePauw University; 11/22/2002 9 - at Washington University; 12/10/2005 9 - U. of Chicago; 12/1/2001 9 - vs Gettysburg; 12/29/2010 9 - vs Bethany College; 12/29/2011 9 - vs Missouri Baptist; 12/30/2008 9 - Millikin University; 2/11/2004 9 - at Augustana; 2/12/2005 9 - Millikin; 2/13/2008 9 - at MILLIKIN; 2/14/2012 Most blocked shots 1. 8 - Hanover; 12/20/2005 8 - North Central; 2/12/2003 3. 7 - Carthage; 1/28/2006 7 - MacMurray College; 11/28/2000 7 - vs Hope College; 12/22/2012 7 - vs Puget Sound; 12/29/2005 7 - at Chicago; 12/3/2005 7 - at Westmont; 12/30/2005 7 - Aurora University; 12/6/2000 7 - Augustana; 2/21/2009 7 - Carthage; 2/5/2005 7 - Grinnell College; 3/1/2001 13. 6 - Beloit College; 1/5/2003 6 - vs Wittenberg Univ.; 3/10/2012 6 - North Park; 1/21/2007 6 - Aurora; 11/19/2004 6 - Monmouth (Ill.); 11/22/2011 6 - at Illinois College; 12/17/2005 6 - vs Mississippi; 12/21/2012 6 - at North Park; 2/11/2009 6 - Wheaton; 2/13/2002 6 - North Central; 2/2/2005 6 - at Millikin; 2/24/2001


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Points 1. 2619 (31 games) - 1995-96 2. 2616 (29 games) - 1987-88 2616 (31 games) - 1996-97 4. 2565 (31 games) - 1976-77 5. 2554 (32 games) - 2005-06 6. 2533 (31 games) - 1965-66 7. 2510 (31 games) - 2000-01 8. 2509 (31 games) - 1989-90 9. 2470 (28 games) - 1994-95 10. 2444 (30 games) - 1975-76 11. 2372 (31 games) - 2011-12 2372 (30 games) - 1974-75 13. 2347 (27 games) - 1997-98 14. 2346 (28 games) - 1991-92 15. 2325 (31 games) - 2009-10 16. 2260 (27 games) - 1990-91 17. 2254 (27 games) - 1986-87 18. 2242 (27 games) - 1970-71 19. 2227 (27 games) - 1993-94 20. 2189 (25 games) - 1971-72 21. 2186 (25 games) - 1992-93 22. 2176 (28 games) - 2003-04 23. 2165 (28 games) - 2002-03 2165 (29 games) - 2010-11 25. 2163 (26 games) - 1968-69

Field goals made 1. 1028 (31 games) - 1965-66 2. 1024 (31 games) - 1976-77 3. 992 (29 games) - 1987-88 4. 982 (30 games) - 1975-76 5. 974 (30 games) - 1974-75 6. 941 (31 games) - 1995-96 7. 925 (31 games) - 1989-90 8. 909 (32 games) - 2005-06 9. 908 (31 games) - 1996-97 10. 905 (27 games) - 1970-71 11. 901 (27 games) - 1986-87 12. 891 (31 games) - 2000-01 13. 885 (28 games) - 1994-95 14. 877 (28 games) - 1979-80 15. 875 (25 games) - 1971-72 16. 871 (26 games) - 1968-69 17. 868 (29 games) - 1985-86 18. 863 (27 games) - 1990-91 19. 855 (28 games) - 1982-83 20. 846 (31 games) - 2009-10 21. 844 (28 games) - 1981-82 22. 843 (31 games) - 2011-12 843 (27 games) - 1997-98 24. 842 (25 games) - 1967-68 25. 840 (25 games) - 1969-70

Scoring average 1. 90.2 (29 games) - 1987-88 2. 88.2 (28 games) - 1994-95 3. 87.6 (25 games) - 1971-72 4. 87.4 (25 games) - 1992-93 5. 86.9 (27 games) - 1997-98 6. 84.5 (31 games) - 1995-96 7. 84.4 (31 games) - 1996-97 8. 83.8 (28 games) - 1991-92 9. 83.7 (27 games) - 1990-91 10. 83.5 (27 games) - 1986-87 11. 83.4 (25 games) - 1969-70 12. 83.2 (25 games) - 1967-68 13. 83.2 (26 games) - 1968-69 14. 83.0 (27 games) - 1970-71 15. 82.7 (31 games) - 1976-77 16. 82.5 (27 games) - 1993-94 17. 81.8 (25 games) - 1999-00 18. 81.7 (31 games) - 1965-66 19. 81.5 (30 games) - 1975-76 20. 81.0 (31 games) - 2000-01 21. 80.9 (31 games) - 1989-90 22. 79.8 (32 games) - 2005-06 23. 79.1 (30 games) - 1974-75 24. 78.9 (26 games) - 1988-89 25. 78.7 (26 games) - 1966-67

Field goals attempted 1. 2351 (31 games) - 1965-66 2. 2055 (30 games) - 1975-76 3. 2054 (31 games) - 1976-77 4. 2039 (27 games) - 1970-71 5. 2025 (30 games) - 1974-75 6. 1983 (26 games) - 1968-69 7. 1963 (25 games) - 1967-68 8. 1959 (26 games) - 1966-67 9. 1930 (29 games) - 1987-88 10. 1886 (28 games) - 1979-80 11. 1835 (25 games) - 1971-72 12. 1832 (25 games) - 1969-70 13. 1816 (31 games) - 2011-12 14. 1812 (29 games) - 1985-86 1812 (31 games) - 1995-96 16. 1811 (31 games) - 1989-90 17. 1798 (27 games) - 1986-87 18. 1791 (31 games) - 2000-01 19. 1776 (32 games) - 2005-06 20. 1765 (31 games) - 1996-97 21. 1737 (28 games) - 1981-82 22. 1731 (31 games) - 2009-10 1731 (28 games) - 1994-95 24. 1729 (27 games) - 1984-85 25. 1714 (27 games) - 1993-94


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Field goal percentage 1. .545 (843-1546) - 1997-98 2. .527 (855-1622) - 1982-83 3. .519 (941-1812) - 1995-96 4. .514 (908-1765) - 1996-97 5. .514 (992-1930) - 1987-88 6. .512 (909-1776) - 2005-06 7. .511 (885-1731) - 1994-95 8. .511 (925-1811) - 1989-90 9. .511 (863-1690) - 1990-91 10. .510 (709-1391) - 2004-05 11. .501 (901-1798) - 1986-87 12. .500 (785-1571) - 1978-79 13. .499 (755-1513) - 1992-93 14. .499 (1024-2054) - 1976-77 15. .498 (767-1540) - 2002-03 16. .498 (821-1649) - 1991-92 17. .497 (891-1791) - 2000-01 18. .493 (666-1350) - 2006-07 19. .491 (686-1396) - 2008-09 20. .491 (712-1451) - 1998-99 21. .491 (833-1698) - 1983-84 22. .489 (846-1731) - 2009-10 23. .486 (844-1737) - 1981-82 24. .481 (974-2025) - 1974-75 25. .479 (760-1586) - 2003-04 3-point field goals made 1. 235 (32 games) - 2005-06 2. 231 (31 games) - 2011-12 3. 215 (29 games) - 2010-11 4. 210 (28 games) - 2002-03 5. 208 (25 games) - 1992-93 6. 205 (31 games) - 2009-10 7. 203 (29 games) - 2012-13 8. 201 (28 games) - 2003-04 9. 190 (31 games) - 2000-01 10. 188 (25 games) - 2001-02 11. 184 (31 games) - 1996-97 12. 181 (25 games) - 1999-00 13. 180 (27 games) - 1993-94 14. 177 (25 games) - 2008-09 177 (29 games) - 1987-88 16. 175 (26 games) - 2004-05 17. 170 (31 games) - 1989-90 18. 169 (28 games) - 1994-95 19. 164 (27 games) - 2007-08 20. 150 (27 games) - 1997-98 21. 148 (28 games) - 1991-92 22. 142 (25 games) - 2006-07 23. 137 (26 games) - 1998-99 24. 135 (27 games) - 1990-91 25. 134 (31 games) - 1995-96

3-point field goals attempted 1. 637 (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 581 (29 games) - 2010-11 3. 575 (32 games) - 2005-06 4. 543 (29 games) - 2012-13 5. 542 (27 games) - 1993-94 6. 540 (31 games) - 2009-10 7. 531 (28 games) - 2002-03 8. 521 (25 games) - 2001-02 9. 501 (31 games) - 2000-01 10. 482 (25 games) - 1999-00 11. 477 (27 games) - 2007-08 12. 474 (25 games) - 1992-93 13. 458 (28 games) - 2003-04 14. 454 (25 games) - 2008-09 15. 451 (31 games) - 1996-97 16. 430 (29 games) - 1987-88 17. 423 (28 games) - 1994-95 18. 404 (31 games) - 1989-90 19. 403 (26 games) - 2004-05 20. 386 (28 games) - 1991-92 21. 383 (25 games) - 2006-07 22. 372 (27 games) - 1997-98 23. 357 (26 games) - 1998-99 24. 349 (27 games) - 1990-91 25. 347 (26 games) - 1988-89 347 (31 games) - 1995-96 3-point FG percentage 1. .439 (201-458) - 2003-04 2. .439 (208-474) - 1992-93 3. .434 (175-403) - 2004-05 4. .421 (170-404) - 1989-90 5. .412 (177-430) - 1987-88 6. .409 (235-575) - 2005-06 7. .408 (184-451) - 1996-97 8. .403 (150-372) - 1997-98 9. .400 (169-423) - 1994-95 10. .395 (210-531) - 2002-03 11. .390 (177-454) - 2008-09 12. .387 (135-349) - 1990-91 13. .386 (134-347) - 1995-96 14. .384 (137-357) - 1998-99 15. .383 (148-386) - 1991-92 16. .380 (205-540) - 2009-10 17. .379 (190-501) - 2000-01 18. .376 (181-482) - 1999-00 19. .374 (203-543) - 2012-13 20. .371 (142-383) - 2006-07 21. .370 (215-581) - 2010-11 22. .363 (231-637) - 2011-12 23. .361 (188-521) - 2001-02 24. .360 (125-347) - 1988-89 25. .360 (81-225) - 1986-87


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Free throws made 1. 616 (31 games) - 1996-97 2. 603 (31 games) - 1995-96 3. 556 (28 games) - 1991-92 4. 538 (31 games) - 2000-01 5. 531 (28 games) - 1994-95 6. 517 (31 games) - 1976-77 7. 511 (27 games) - 1997-98 8. 501 (32 games) - 2005-06 9. 497 (27 games) - 1993-94 10. 492 (27 games) - 1960-61 11. 489 (31 games) - 1989-90 12. 481 (29 games) - 2012-13 13. 480 (30 games) - 1975-76 14. 477 (31 games) - 1965-66 15. 468 (25 games) - 1992-93 16. 455 (31 games) - 2011-12 455 (29 games) - 1987-88 455 (28 games) - 2003-04 19. 443 (28 games) - 1983-84 20. 441 (27 games) - 1961-62 21. 439 (25 games) - 1971-72 22. 432 (27 games) - 1970-71 23. 428 (31 games) - 2009-10 24. 426 (25 games) - 1999-00 25. 424 (30 games) - 1974-75 424 (26 games) - 1998-99 Free throws attempted 1. 839 (31 games) - 1995-96 2. 790 (31 games) - 1996-97 3. 761 (31 games) - 1965-66 4. 748 (31 games) - 2000-01 5. 739 (28 games) - 1991-92 6. 714 (28 games) - 1994-95 714 (29 games) - 2012-13 8. 711 (31 games) - 1976-77 9. 709 (32 games) - 2005-06 10. 708 (27 games) - 1997-98 11. 696 (27 games) - 1960-61 12. 671 (31 games) - 1989-90 13. 670 (31 games) - 2011-12 14. 665 (25 games) - 1971-72 15. 656 (30 games) - 1975-76 16. 645 (27 games) - 1970-71 17. 637 (27 games) - 1961-62 18. 634 (29 games) - 1987-88 19. 631 (27 games) - 1993-94 20. 621 (28 games) - 2003-04 21. 619 (25 games) - 1992-93 22. 617 (27 games) - 2007-08 23. 616 (31 games) - 2009-10 24. 605 (28 games) - 1983-84 25. 592 (26 games) - 2004-05

Free throw percentage 1. .788 (497-631) - 1993-94 2. .785 (426-543) - 1999-00 3. .780 (616-790) - 1996-97 4. .759 (377-497) - 1981-82 5. .756 (468-619) - 1992-93 6. .753 (405-538) - 1988-89 7. .752 (556-739) - 1991-92 8. .745 (403-541) - 1966-67 9. .744 (370-497) - 1985-86 10. .744 (531-714) - 1994-95 11. .741 (298-402) - 1978-79 12. .741 (421-568) - 2002-03 13. .740 (399-539) - 1990-91 14. .737 (328-445) - 1977-78 15. .733 (455-621) - 2003-04 16. .732 (443-605) - 1983-84 17. .732 (480-656) - 1975-76 18. .729 (489-671) - 1989-90 19. .727 (517-711) - 1976-77 20. .725 (424-585) - 1998-99 21. .722 (511-708) - 1997-98 22. .720 (424-589) - 1974-75 23. .719 (538-748) - 2000-01 24. .719 (603-839) - 1995-96 25. .719 (304-423) - 1973-74 Rebounds 1. 1401 (31 games) - 1976-77 2. 1348 (30 games) - 1975-76 3. 1281 (30 games) - 1974-75 4. 1267 (31 games) - 1965-66 5. 1222 (27 games) - 1970-71 6. 1185 (29 games) - 1987-88 7. 1181 (25 games) - 1971-72 8. 1178 (357o-821d) - 2005-06 9. 1176 (399o-777d) - 2011-12 10. 1171 (326o-845d) - 1995-96 11. 1143 (344o-799d) - 2000-01 12. 1141 (344o-797d) - 2012-13 13. 1138 (312o-826d) - 1996-97 14. 1134 (28 games) - 1979-80 15. 1093 (301o-792d) - 1989-90 16. 1090 (291o-799d) - 1994-95 17. 1075 (25 games) - 1969-70 18. 1073 (316o-757d) - 2009-10 1073 (29 games) - 1985-86 20. 1057 (327o-730d) - 2003-04 21. 1036 (24 games) - 1973-74 22. 1028 (26 games) - 1980-81 23. 1025 (26 games) - 1968-69 24. 1024 (27 games) - 1986-87 25. 1015 (28 games) - 1983-84


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Rebounding average 1. 47.2 (25 games) - 1971-72 2. 45.3 (27 games) - 1970-71 3. 45.2 (31 games) - 1976-77 4. 44.9 (30 games) - 1975-76 5. 43.2 (24 games) - 1973-74 6. 43.0 (25 games) - 1969-70 7. 42.7 (30 games) - 1974-75 8. 40.9 (31 games) - 1965-66 9. 40.9 (29 games) - 1987-88 10. 40.5 (28 games) - 1979-80 11. 39.5 (26 games) - 1980-81 12. 39.4 (26 games) - 1968-69 13. 39.4 (24 games) - 1972-73 14. 39.3 (29 games) - 2012-13 15. 38.9 (28 games) - 1994-95 16. 38.7 (25 games) - 1967-68 17. 37.9 (31 games) - 2011-12 18. 37.9 (27 games) - 1986-87 19. 37.8 (31 games) - 1995-96 20. 37.8 (28 games) - 2003-04 21. 37.6 (25 games) - 1999-00 22. 37.5 (27 games) - 1990-91 23. 37.0 (26 games) - 1988-89 37.0 (29 games) - 1985-86 25. 37.0 (27 games) - 1984-85

Defense rebound avg 1. 28.5 (28 games) - 1994-95 2. 27.6 (25 games) - 1999-00 3. 27.5 (27 games) - 1990-91 4. 27.5 (29 games) - 2012-13 5. 27.3 (31 games) - 1995-96 6. 26.9 (27 games) - 1997-98 7. 26.6 (31 games) - 1996-97 8. 26.6 (26 games) - 1998-99 9. 26.1 (28 games) - 2003-04 10. 25.8 (26 games) - 2004-05 11. 25.8 (31 games) - 2000-01 12. 25.7 (28 games) - 2002-03 13. 25.7 (32 games) - 2005-06 14. 25.5 (31 games) - 1989-90 15. 25.5 (26 games) - 1988-89 16. 25.4 (25 games) - 2001-02 17. 25.1 (31 games) - 2011-12 18. 24.8 (29 games) - 2010-11 19. 24.6 (28 games) - 1991-92 20. 24.4 (31 games) - 2009-10 21. 24.3 (25 games) - 2006-07 22. 24.3 (25 games) - 2008-09 23. 24.2 (27 games) - 2007-08 24. 23.9 (27 games) - 1993-94 25. 22.8 (25 games) - 1992-93

Defensive rebounds 1. 845 (326o-845d) - 1995-96 2. 826 (312o-826d) - 1996-97 3. 821 (357o-821d) - 2005-06 4. 799 (291o-799d) - 1994-95 799 (344o-799d) - 2000-01 6. 797 (344o-797d) - 2012-13 7. 792 (301o-792d) - 1989-90 8. 777 (399o-777d) - 2011-12 9. 757 (316o-757d) - 2009-10 10. 743 (269o-743d) - 1990-91 11. 730 (327o-730d) - 2003-04 12. 726 (261o-726d) - 1997-98 13. 720 (254o-720d) - 2010-11 720 (286o-720d) - 2002-03 15. 691 (252o-691d) - 1998-99 16. 690 (249o-690d) - 1999-00 17. 689 (303o-689d) - 1991-92 18. 672 (278o-672d) - 2004-05 19. 663 (299o-663d) - 1988-89 20. 653 (322o-653d) - 2007-08 21. 646 (335o-646d) - 1993-94 22. 636 (270o-636d) - 2001-02 23. 608 (289o-608d) - 2006-07 24. 607 (226o-607d) - 2008-09 25. 569 (238o-569d) - 1992-93

Offensive rebounds 1. 399 (399o-777d) - 2011-12 2. 357 (357o-821d) - 2005-06 3. 344 (344o-799d) - 2000-01 344 (344o-797d) - 2012-13 5. 335 (335o-646d) - 1993-94 6. 327 (327o-730d) - 2003-04 7. 326 (326o-845d) - 1995-96 8. 322 (322o-653d) - 2007-08 9. 316 (316o-757d) - 2009-10 10. 312 (312o-826d) - 1996-97 11. 303 (303o-689d) - 1991-92 12. 301 (301o-792d) - 1989-90 13. 299 (299o-663d) - 1988-89 14. 291 (291o-799d) - 1994-95 15. 289 (289o-608d) - 2006-07 16. 286 (286o-720d) - 2002-03 17. 278 (278o-672d) - 2004-05 18. 270 (270o-636d) - 2001-02 19. 269 (269o-743d) - 1990-91 20. 261 (261o-726d) - 1997-98 21. 254 (254o-720d) - 2010-11 22. 252 (252o-691d) - 1998-99 23. 249 (249o-690d) - 1999-00 24. 238 (238o-569d) - 1992-93 25. 226 (226o-607d) - 2008-09


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Offense rebound avg 1. 12.9 (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 12.4 (27 games) - 1993-94 3. 11.9 (27 games) - 2007-08 4. 11.9 (29 games) - 2012-13 5. 11.7 (28 games) - 2003-04 6. 11.6 (25 games) - 2006-07 7. 11.5 (26 games) - 1988-89 8. 11.2 (32 games) - 2005-06 9. 11.1 (31 games) - 2000-01 10. 10.8 (28 games) - 1991-92 11. 10.8 (25 games) - 2001-02 12. 10.7 (26 games) - 2004-05 13. 10.5 (31 games) - 1995-96 14. 10.4 (28 games) - 1994-95 15. 10.2 (28 games) - 2002-03 16. 10.2 (31 games) - 2009-10 17. 10.1 (31 games) - 1996-97 18. 10.0 (27 games) - 1990-91 19. 10.0 (25 games) - 1999-00 20. 9.7 (31 games) - 1989-90 21. 9.7 (26 games) - 1998-99 22. 9.7 (27 games) - 1997-98 23. 9.5 (25 games) - 1992-93 24. 9.0 (25 games) - 2008-09 25. 8.8 (29 games) - 2010-11 Assists 1. 582 - 1990-91 2. 566 - 1989-90 3. 534 - 1991-92 4. 527 - 1994-95 5. 503 - 1985-86 6. 502 - 1996-97 7. 500 - 1995-96 8. 490 - 1986-87 9. 477 - 1997-98 477 - 1984-85 477 - 2009-10 12. 474 - 2010-11 13. 473 - 1987-88 14. 472 - 2005-06 15. 467 - 2011-12 16. 465 - 1983-84 17. 463 - 2000-01 18. 449 - 1982-83 449 - 1992-93 20. 442 - 1988-89 21. 434 - 2012-13 22. 432 - 1993-94 23. 408 - 1981-82 24. 407 - 2002-03 25. 387 - 2003-04

Blocked shots 1. 173 - 1987-88 2. 148 - 1990-91 3. 122 - 1989-90 4. 114 - 1994-95 5. 108 - 2005-06 6. 102 - 1991-92 7. 97 - 1998-99 8. 96 - 2000-01 9. 90 - 2002-03 90 - 1988-89 11. 89 - 1999-00 12. 87 - 2012-13 87 - 1995-96 14. 85 - 2011-12 15. 84 - 2004-05 16. 82 - 1997-98 17. 78 - 1993-94 18. 74 - 2003-04 19. 67 - 1996-97 20. 65 - 2001-02 21. 63 - 2006-07 22. 61 - 2008-09 23. 60 - 1992-93 24. 44 - 2007-08 25. 41 - 2009-10 41 - 2010-11 Steals 1. 268 - 1995-96 2. 223 - 1996-97 3. 209 - 1993-94 4. 191 - 1994-95 5. 186 - 1998-99 6. 181 - 2005-06 7. 179 - 2000-01 179 - 1992-93 9. 175 - 2011-12 10. 165 - 2004-05 165 - 2010-11 12. 164 - 2003-04 164 - 1997-98 14. 142 - 2007-08 15. 139 - 1991-92 16. 132 - 2008-09 132 - 2012-13 18. 129 - 2002-03 19. 127 - 1999-00 127 - 2001-02 21. 114 - 2009-10 22. 108 - 2006-07 108 - 1989-90 24. 86 - 1990-91 25. 84 - 1988-89


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Scoring defense 1. 62.7 (29 games) - 2012-13 2. 65.3 (26 games) - 2004-05 3. 66.7 (31 games) - 2011-12 4. 67.9 (28 games) - 1981-82 5. 68.0 (28 games) - 2003-04 6. 68.1 (28 games) - 2002-03 7. 68.9 (29 games) - 1985-86 8. 69.0 (31 games) - 2009-10 9. 69.0 (31 games) - 1976-77 10. 69.3 (31 games) - 1995-96 11. 69.3 (29 games) - 2010-11 12. 69.9 (32 games) - 2005-06 13. 70.2 (30 games) - 1974-75 14. 70.2 (30 games) - 1975-76 15. 70.7 (26 games) - 1998-99 16. 70.8 (24 games) - 1972-73 17. 71.2 (28 games) - 1983-84 18. 71.3 (27 games) - 2007-08 19. 71.9 (28 games) - 1982-83 20. 71.9 (25 games) - 2001-02 21. 72.2 (28 games) - 1991-92 72.2 (28 games) - 1994-95 23. 72.8 (28 games) - 1979-80 24. 73.0 (24 games) - 1977-78 25. 73.0 (31 games) - 2000-01

Field goal pct defense 1. .388 (628-1619) - 2012-13 2. .404 (607-1502) - 2004-05 3. .411 (646-1571) - 1998-99 4. .412 (672-1632) - 2003-04 5. .415 (672-1620) - 2002-03 6. .415 (700-1687) - 2011-12 7. .419 (633-1509) - 2001-02 8. .422 (792-1878) - 2005-06 9. .423 (791-1869) - 2000-01 10. .424 (796-1878) - 1996-97 11. .425 (797-1874) - 1995-96 12. .427 (875-2051) - 1987-88 13. .427 (723-1693) - 1971-72 14. .429 (780-1819) - 1994-95 15. .429 (885-2062) - 1974-75 16. .432 (883-2046) - 1975-76 17. .435 (885-2036) - 1976-77 18. .435 (716-1646) - 1999-00 19. .438 (753-1721) - 1990-91 20. .441 (704-1598) - 1972-73 21. .442 (745-1687) - 1991-92 22. .444 (843-1897) - 1985-86 23. .446 (762-1710) - 1997-98 24. .446 (898-2014) - 1989-90 25. .448 (629-1405) - 2006-07

Scoring margin 1. 83.4 (83.4-0.0) - 1969-70 2. 83.2 (83.2-0.0) - 1967-68 3. 83.2 (83.2-0.0) - 1968-69 4. 81.7 (81.7-0.0) - 1965-66 5. 78.7 (78.7-0.0) - 1966-67 6. 77.3 (77.3-0.0) - 1960-61 7. 73.1 (73.1-0.0) - 1963-64 8. 72.5 (72.5-0.0) - 1980-81 9. 72.5 (72.5-0.0) - 1961-62 10. 67.5 (67.5-0.0) - 1962-63 11. 65.8 (65.8-0.0) - 1957-58 12. 65.0 (65.0-0.0) - 1958-59 13. 61.4 (61.4-0.0) - 1959-60 14. 16.0 (88.2-72.2) - 1994-95 15. 15.2 (84.5-69.3) - 1995-96 16. 13.7 (82.7-69.0) - 1976-77 17. 12.7 (90.2-77.5) - 1987-88 18. 12.6 (87.6-75.0) - 1971-72 19. 12.0 (77.4-65.3) - 2004-05 20. 11.5 (83.8-72.2) - 1991-92 21. 11.2 (81.5-70.2) - 1975-76 22. 11.1 (86.9-75.9) - 1997-98 23. 9.9 (79.8-69.9) - 2005-06 24. 9.9 (72.6-62.7) - 2012-13 25. 9.8 (76.5-66.7) - 2011-12

3-point FG pct defense 1. .305 (155-508) - 2002-03 2. .309 (164-531) - 2012-13 3. .313 (184-588) - 2000-01 4. .320 (203-635) - 2003-04 5. .323 (176-545) - 1996-97 6. .325 (151-465) - 1997-98 7. .333 (167-501) - 1998-99 8. .334 (105-314) - 1990-91 9. .337 (128-380) - 1987-88 10. .340 (171-503) - 1994-95 11. .342 (183-535) - 2009-10 12. .345 (168-487) - 2010-11 13. .345 (136-394) - 1991-92 14. .345 (183-530) - 2001-02 15. .347 (208-600) - 2004-05 16. .349 (256-734) - 2005-06 17. .351 (181-515) - 1995-96 18. .355 (189-533) - 2007-08 19. .355 (168-473) - 1999-00 20. .359 (139-387) - 1992-93 21. .362 (83-229) - 1986-87 22. .364 (205-563) - 2011-12 23. .369 (149-404) - 1993-94 24. .373 (134-359) - 1988-89 25. .377 (160-424) - 2008-09


Illinois Wesleyan Basketball TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Rebounding defense 1. 28.1 (25 games) - 2006-07 2. 29.7 (29 games) - 2012-13 3. 29.8 (32 games) - 2005-06 4. 30.8 (31 games) - 2009-10 5. 30.9 (26 games) - 2004-05 6. 31.8 (31 games) - 2011-12 7. 31.8 (28 games) - 2002-03 8. 31.8 (25 games) - 2008-09 9. 32.0 (27 games) - 1997-98 10. 32.3 (31 games) - 1995-96 11. 32.7 (28 games) - 2003-04 12. 32.9 (28 games) - 1981-82 13. 33.0 (29 games) - 2010-11 14. 33.4 (28 games) - 1994-95 33.4 (28 games) - 1982-83 16. 33.5 (27 games) - 2007-08 17. 34.0 (28 games) - 1983-84 18. 34.1 (31 games) - 2000-01 19. 34.5 (27 games) - 1984-85 20. 34.7 (27 games) - 1993-94 21. 35.0 (27 games) - 1990-91 22. 35.0 (26 games) - 1998-99 35.0 (28 games) - 1991-92 24. 35.2 (25 games) - 1992-93 25. 35.8 (31 games) - 1989-90 Rebounding margin 1. 43.0 (43.0-0.0) - 1969-70 2. 40.9 (40.9-0.0) - 1965-66 3. 39.5 (39.5-0.0) - 1980-81 4. 39.4 (39.4-0.0) - 1968-69 5. 38.7 (38.7-0.0) - 1967-68 6. 9.6 (39.3-29.7) - 2012-13 7. 8.4 (45.2-36.8) - 1976-77 8. 7.8 (35.9-28.1) - 2006-07 9. 7.0 (36.8-29.8) - 2005-06 10. 6.5 (44.9-38.4) - 1975-76 11. 6.2 (37.9-31.8) - 2011-12 12. 5.7 (36.5-30.9) - 2004-05 13. 5.5 (38.9-33.4) - 1994-95 14. 5.5 (37.8-32.3) - 1995-96 15. 5.1 (37.8-32.7) - 2003-04 16. 4.6 (36.6-32.0) - 1997-98 17. 4.4 (47.2-42.8) - 1971-72 18. 4.1 (35.9-31.8) - 2002-03 19. 4.0 (40.5-36.5) - 1979-80 20. 3.8 (34.6-30.8) - 2009-10 21. 2.7 (36.9-34.1) - 2000-01 22. 2.6 (36.1-33.5) - 2007-08 23. 2.6 (42.7-40.1) - 1974-75 24. 2.5 (37.5-35.0) - 1990-91 25. 2.4 (37.0-34.5) - 1984-85


IWU Most Valuable Players 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71

Fran Somers Bob Hildebrand Bob Hildebrand Earl Neeman Earl Neeman Glen Newton Teddy Winkles Jim Wasem Dean Padgett Dennis Mattix Dennis Bridges Jon Hawthorne Jon Hawthorne Jerry Wisted Vic Armstrong Ken Lock Ken Lock Steve Laub Tom Gramkow Tom Gramkow Tom Gramkow, Fred Evans Sheldon Thompson

1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

Dean Gravlin Dean Gravlin Curt Nord Jack Sikma Jack Sikma Jack Sikma Chris Eldredge Al Black Greg Yess Greg Yess Greg Yess Blaise Bugajski Blaise Bugajski Tom Baffes Keith Luechtefeld Eric Bridges Bill Braksick Jeff Kuehl Jeff Kuehl David Caldwell Steve Kuehl Steve Kuehl

1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

John Lipic Chris Simich Chris Simich Bryan Crabtree Brent Niebrugge Nathan Hubbard Korey Coon Adam Osborn, Todd Wente Luke Kasten John Camardella Keelan Amelianovich Adam Dauksas K. Amelianovich, A. Dauksas Zach Freeman Darius Gant Doug Sexauer Doug Sexauer, Sean Johnson Doug Sexauer, Sean Johnson Jordan Zimmer Kevin Reed

IWU’s First Team CCIW All-Stars 1946-47 1947-48 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70

Jackie White Jim Hershbarger Fran Somers Bobby Winkles, John Lane Bob Hildebrand Earl Neeman Earl Neeman, Fran Conlee Glen Newton Glen Newton Dean Padgett Dean Padgett Dennie Bridges J. Hawthorne, J. Wisted, P. Grady Jerry Wisted Vic Armstrong Jamie Shouba, Ken Lock Jamie Shouba, Ken Lock Bill Patterson, Steve Laub Tom Gramkow Tom Gramkow Tom Gramkow

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1985-86 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

Sheldon Thompson Dean Gravlin Dean Gravlin Jack Sikma Jack Sikma Jack Sikma Chris Eldredge Al Black Greg Yess Greg Yess, Blaise Bugajski Blaise Bugajski Blaise Bugajski Eric Bridges Bill Braksick Jeff Kuehl Jeff Kuehl David Caldwell, Dave Kunka Steve Kuehl, Steve Czirjak Steve Kuehl John Lipic Chris Simich Chris Simich

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Bryan Crabtree Brent Niebrugge, Korey Coon Korey Coon Korey Coon Luke Kasten Luke Kasten Luke Kasten Keelan Amelianovich Adam Dauksas, Keelan Amelianovich Adam Dauksas, Keelan Amelianovich Zach Freeman Darius Gant Doug Sexauer Doug Sexauer Jordan Zimmer Dylan Overstreet, Andrew Ziemnik

CCIW “Fred Young Most Outstanding Player” Award Winners 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

Jesse Price, Millikin Jesse Price, Millikin Tom Gramkow, IWU John Butler, Carthage John Laing, Augustana John Laing, Augustana Leon Gobczynski, Millikin Jack Sikma, Illinois Wesleyan Jack Sikma, Illinois Wesleyan Jack Sikma, Illinois Wesleyan Mike Harper, North Park Mike Harper, North Park Mike Harper, North Park Mike Thomas, North Park Greg Yess, Illinois Wesleyan Wayne Dunning, Millikin Blaise Bugajski, Illinois Wesleyan Justyne Monegain, No. Park

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Steve Albinger, Carroll Mark Starks, North Park Make Barach, North Park Jeff Kuehl, Illinois Wesleyan Robert Brown, No. Central David Caldwell, Illinois Wesleyan Alonzo Alexander, No. Central Kirk Anderson, Augustana John Lipic, Illinois Wesleyan Chris Simich, Illinois Wesleyan Wesley Pitts, Wheaton Bryan Crabtree, Illinois Wesleyan Brent Niebrugge, Illinois Wesleyan Korey Coon, Illinois Wesleyan; Rob Hamann, Wheaton Korey Coon, Illinois Wesleyan; Jason Wiertel, Carthage Ryan Knuppel, Elmhurst

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Antoine McDaniel, Carthage Joel Kolmodin, Wheaton Keelan Amelianovich, IWU Adam Dauksas, Illinois Wesleyan Rick Harrigan, Augustana Kent Raymond, Wheaton Kent Raymond, Wheaton Kent Raymond, Wheaton Steve Djurickovic, Carthage Steve Djurickovic, Carthage Tim McCrary, Wheaton Derek Raridon, North Central


2013-14 CCIW OPPONENT INFORMATION AUGUSTANA

Enrollment: 2,500 Nickname: Vikings Coach: Grey Giovanine (Central Missouri St. ’82) Career Record: 343193 (20 seasons overall, including six seasons at Lamar) ; 245-100 (14 seasons at Augustana) 2012-13 Record: 19-7 (8-6 CCIW) Preseason CCIW pick: 3rd Sports Information: Dave Wrath, (309) 794-7265

CARTHAGE

MILLIKIN

Enrollment: 2,300 Nickname: Big Blue Coach: Matt Nadelhoffer (Wheaton ‘98) Career Record: 128154 (11 seasons overall, including nine at Eastern University(PA)) 9-41 (one season at Millikin) 2012-13 Record: 8-17 (4-10 CCIW) Preseason CCIW pick: 6th Sports Information: Bryan Marshall, (217) 362-6429

NORTH CENTRAL Enrollment: 2,554 Nickname: Red Men Coach: Bosko Djurickovic (North Park ‘73) Career Record: 477238 (27 seasons overall, including 10 at North Park); 281-159 (17 sea-

sons at Carthage) 2012-13 Record: 12-13 (7-7 CCIW) Preseason CCIW pick: 5th Sports Information: Steve Marovich, (262) 551-5740

Enrollment: 2,550 Nickname: Cardinals Coach: Todd Raridon (Hastings ‘80) Career Record: 425212 (24 seasons overall, including 15 seasons at Nebraska Wesleyan) 156-87 (nine seasons at North Central) 2012-13 Record: 28-4 (11-3 CCIW) Preseason CCIW pick: 4th Sports Information: Clark Teuscher, (630) 637-5302

ELMHURST

NORTH PARK

Enrollment: 3,000 Nickname: Vikings Coach: Tom Slyder (Anderson ‘88) Career Record: 102-84 (8 seasons overall, including seven with Anderson) 6-19 (one season at North

Park) 2012-13 Record: 6-19 (1-13 CCIW) Preseason CCIW pick: 8th Sports Information: Kevin Shepke, (773) 244-5594

WHEATON

Enrollment: 2,400 Nickname: Thunder Coach: Mark Shauer (Wheaton ’93) Career Record: 227121 (13 seasons overall, including two at Eastern College (PA) and seven at Gordon College (Mass.)) 81-31 (three seasons at Wheaton) 2012-13 Record: 21-7 (10-4 CCIW) Preseason CCIW pick: 2nd Sports Information: Brett Marhanka, (630) 752-5747

Enrollment: 2,900 Nickname: Bluejays Coach: John Baines Career Record: 0-0 (1st season; 57-38 in three seasons at St. Francis) 2012-13 Record: 6-19 (2-12 CCIW) Preseason CCIW pick: 7th Sports Information: Kevin Juday, (630) 617-3380

Media Information

Arrangements for broadcasts in the Shirk Center, additional stories, pictures, or other services may be obtained should be made with IWU sports information director Stew Salowitz at salowitz@iwu.edu. A 1976 IWU graduate, Salowitz has worked at his alma mater since November 1988 and handles publicity and maintains web sites for 18 varsity sports. In addition, Salowitz does general University news coverage and writes for the IWU alumni magazine. He has handled media arrangements for the 2010 and 2011 NCAA Div. III women’s basketball final four, 2007 and 2008 NCAA Div. III national volleyball championship, 2000 and 2005 Div. III national indoor track meets, the 2000 Div. III national women’s golf championship, 17 Div. III men’s basketball tournament home games, nine Div. III women’s basketball tournament home games, five Div. III regional baseball

tournaments and two Division III softball regionals. He was a broadcaster for Bloomington’s WJBC Radio from 1977-88. Information about Illinois Wesleyan athletics is available through the Internet. The CCIW (web address below) publicity director is Mike Krizman (630/637-5719). Current Titan news as well as live stats for home games, are available by accessing the University web site at:

www.iwusports.com http://www.sidearmstats.com/iwu/mbball/ www.cciw.org


Series Records vs. Opponents This list includes Division III opponents and select former Division I foes. For a complete listing of IWU’s series records vs. all opponents, contact Stew Salowitz, Sports Information Director. School W-L Akron 0-3 Albion 1-1 Alvernia (Pa.) 1-0 Anderson 2-0 Arizona 2-1 Arizona State 0-2 Auburn 0-1 Augustana (Ill.) 90-64 Aurora 14-2 Beloit 3-5 Benedictine (Ill.) 14-4 Bethany 1-0 Bradley 35-38 Bridgewater (Va.) 1-0 Brigham Young-Hawaii 1-2 Butler 1-4 Cabrini 0-1 Cal Lutheran 1-0 Carroll 59-16 Carthage 91-25 Centenary 3-2 Central 1-0 Chicago, U. of 14-7 Chicago State 4-1 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Calif.) 1-0 Clarke 1-0 Coe College 4-0 Concordia (Ill.) 5-6 Concordia (Calif.) 1-0 Denison 1-0 DePaul 0-23 DePauw 29-23 Dominican (Ill.) 3-0 Eastern Illinois 15-14 Eckerd (Fla.) 1-1 Elmhurst 101-21 Eureka 39-9 Evansville 1-2 Florida 0-2 Florida Gulf Coast 0-1 Florida Southern 0-4 Florida Tech 2-2 Fontbonne 2-0 Franklin 1-1 Franklin & Marshall 1-0

Gannon Gettysburg Gustavus Adolphus Hanover Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Hawaii Pacific Henderson State (Ark.) Hope Illinois Illinois College Illinois State Indiana U.-South Bend Indianapolis Indiana State Iona Iowa Jacksonville Kentucky Wesleyan Knox Lake Forest Lakeland LaVerne (Calif.) Lawrence LeMoyne-Owen Lewis Lombard Loras Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola (Chicago) MacMurray Manchester Marquette Maryville (Mo.) Maryville (Tenn.) McKendree Methodist (N.C.) Millikin Mississippi Mississippi State Monmouth (Ill.) Montana State-Northern Murray State Nebraska Nebraska Wesleyan North Central North Park Northern Illinois Northwestern Notre Dame

All-Time Winningest Division III Schools (by victories) TEAM............................................... YRS........ RECORD................. PCT. 1. Wittenberg................................................. 102 ............ 1,670-674 .................... .712 2. Wooster....................................................... 113 ............ 1,601-777 .................... .673 3. St. Thomas (MN)...................................... 104 ............ 1,555-825 .................... .653 4. Ill. Wesleyan .............................................. 104 ............ 1,549-861 .................... .643 5. Hope ........................................................... 108 ............ 1,518-738 .................... .673 6. Westminster (PA) ..................................... 110 ............ 1,476-883 .................... .626 7. Randolph-Macon...................................... 99 .............. 1,421-885 .................... .616 8. Williams .................................................... 113 ............ 1,410-729...................... .659 9. Geneva........................................................ 116 ............ 1,404-1,238 ................. .531 10. Augustana (IL)......................................... 108 ............ 1,398-885 .................... .612 11. Wis.-Stevens Point.................................. 115 ............ 1,397-779 .................... .642 12. Springfield................................................ 104 ............ 1,390-925 .................... .600 13. Scranton .................................................. 96 .............. 1,387-892 .................... .609 14. Gustavus Adolphus................................. 104 ............ 1,380-950 .................... .592 15. Neb. Wesleyan......................................... 108 ............ 1,376-996 .................... .580 16. Wheaton (IL)........................................... 112 ............ 1,373-1,004 ................. .578 17. Birmingham-Southern........................... 92 .............. 1,366-761 .................... .642 18. Wis.-Eau Claire....................................... 97 .............. 1,356-781 .................... .635 19. Defiance.................................................... 104 ............ 1,349-865 .................... .609 20. Calvin........................................................ 94 .............. 1,329-648 .................... .672

1-5 1-0 1-2 7-3 1-1 2-0 1-3 0-4 2-0 0-5 51-13 69-42 1-0 9-8 0-3 3-4 1-3 0-1 0-2 6-3 29-10 4-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 3-2 9-5 2-0 1-1 1-0 3-4 12-2 3-1 1-1 3-0 0-1 9-3 1-0 141-77 2-1 0-1 13-3 1-0 0-2 0-1 5-1 112-38 77-29 17-2 0-9 0-5

Occidental (Calif.) Ohio Wesleyan Olivet Nazarene Oral Roberts Pomona-Pitzer Puget Sound Quincy Ripon Roanoke (Va.) Rockford Rose-Hulman Rowan U. of San Diego Seton Hall South Carolina Southeast Louisiana Southern Illinois Southern Mississippi Southwestern U. St. Bonaventure St. John’s (N.Y.) St. Joseph (Ind.) St. Thomas (Minn.) St. Viator St. Xavier Staten Island Tampa Texas Tech Toledo Transylvania Trinity (Texas) Tri-State Tufts Valparaiso Wabash Washington U. (Mo.) Washington & Jefferson Webster Western Illinois Western Kentucky Westminster (Mo.) Westmont (Calif.) Wheaton (Ill.) Wisconsin-Platteville Wisconsin-River Falls Wisconsin-Stevens Point Wisconsin-Whitewater Wittenberg Wooster Youngstown

0-1 0-2 22-7 0-1 1-0 2-0 12-19 4-4 2-0 6-0 7-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-0 3-2 14-10 2-2 1-0 0-6 0-1 8-11 1-0 10-9 4-2 1-0 0-3 1-0 0-2 1-0 1-2 1-0 1-0 3-1 16-7 19-15 0-1 4-0 4-4 0-1 1-0 1-0 74-43 2-0 1-0 3-1 3-3 3-3 2-1 0-8

All-Time Winningest Div. III Schools (by percentage) TEAM............................................... YRS........ RECORD................. PCT. 1. Wittenberg................................................. 102 ............ 1,670-674 .................. .7124 2. Husson........................................................ 59 .............. 1,101-445 .................. .7121 3. Cabrini........................................................ 33 .............. 636-289 ........................ .688 4. Wooster....................................................... 113 ............ 1,601-777 .................... .673 5. Hope ........................................................... 107 ............ 1,500 729 ..................... .673 6. Calvin.......................................................... 93 .............. 1,303 644 ..................... .669 7. Richard Stockton....................................... 42 .............. 737-383 ........................ .662 8. Williams .................................................... 113 ............ 1,410-729...................... .659 9. St. Joseph’s (ME)........................................ 41 .............. 720 373 ........................ .658 10. Christopher Newport............................. 46 .............. 798- 420 ...................... .655 11. St. Thomas (MN).................................... 104 ............ 1,555-825 .................... .653 12. Ill. Wesleyan ............................................ 104 ............ 1,549-861 .................... .643 13. Birmingham-Southern........................... 92 .............. 1,366-761 .................... .642 14. Wis.-Stevens Point.................................. 115 ............ 1,397-779 .................... .642 15. Staten Island............................................. 35............... 621-353......................... .638 16. Wis.-Eau Claire....................................... 97 .............. 1,356-781 .................... .635 17. New York U.............................................. 95 .............. 1,259- 726 ................... .634 18. St. John Fisher......................................... 51 .............. 801-463 ........................ .634 19. Westminster (PA) ................................... 110 ............ 1,476-883 .................... .626 20. New Jersey City....................................... 72 .............. 1,064-642 .................... .624


CCIW Conference Champions 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

Millikin (9-1) Millikin, Wheaton (9-1) Illinois Wesleyan (9-1) Millikin (8-2) Millikin (9-1) Millikin (9-1) Wheaton (9-0) Illinois Wesleyan (10-2) Millikin (10-2) Wheaton (14-0) Wheaton (14-0) Wheaton (14-0) Wheaton (14-0) Illinois Wesleyan (9-3) North Central (9-3) Illinois Wesleyan (7-3) Illinois Wesleyan (11-1) Augustana (13-1) Illinois Wesleyan (9-3) Carthage (9-3) Illinois Wesleyan (12-0) Illinois Wesleyan (10-2) Illinois Wesleyan (10-2) Millikin (14-2) North Park (13-3) Illinois Wesleyan (16-0) Illinois Wesleyan (12-4) Augustana (12-4) Augustana (14-2)

1972-73 Augustana (16-0) 1973-74 Augustana (15-1) 1974-75 Illinois Wesleyan (14-2) 1975-76 Illinois Wesleyan (15-1) 1976-77 Illinois Wesleyan (15-1) 1977-78 North Park (15-1) 1978-79 North Park (14-2) 1979-80 North Park (14-2) 1980-81 Augustana (15-1) 1981-82 Illinois Wesleyan (13-3) Augustana (13-3) 1982-83 Millikin (12-4) 1983-84 Illinois Wesleyan (14-2) 1984-85 No. Central, North Park (14-2) 1985-86 Illinois Wesleyan (14-2) 1986-87 North Park (14-2) 1987-88 Illinois Wesleyan (15-1) 1988-89 Millikin, North Central (13-3) 1989-90 North Central (15-1) 1990-91 Illinois Wesleyan (15-1) 1991-92 Illinois Wesleyan (14-2) 1992-93 Augustana (12-2) 1993-94 Illinois Wesleyan (11-3) 1994-95 Illinois Wesleyan (13-1) 1995-96 Wheaton (13-1) 1996-97 Illinois Wesleyan (13-1) 1997-98 Illinois Wesleyan (13-1) 1998-99 Wheaton (11-3)

1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Carthage (11-3) Elmhurst (12-2) Carthage (13-1) Illinois Wesleyan, Augustana, Carrhage (11-3) Illinois Wesleyan (12-2) Illinois Wesleyan (12-2) Augustana (11-3) Augustana (11-3) Augustana (11-3) Wheaton (11-3) Carthage (12-2) Augustana (11-3) North Central (11-3) North Central (12-2) Illinois Wesleyan (13-1)

HISTORY LESSON: Not since 1973 (Augustana, 16-0) has there been an undefeated CCIW champion. Since 1973, CCIW schools have won six NCAA Division III championships, finished second twice and third three times and have had several final eight finishes in both the NCAA and NAIA tournaments (including IWU in 2010) — but no undefeated league champion. In the 38 years since Augustana’s 16-0 season, 12 champions had one loss and 13 champions had lost twice.

Illinois Wesleyan’s CCIW Statistical Leaders SCORING 1956-57 Dean Padgett 1961-62 Paul Grady 1981-82 Blaise Bugajski 1983-84 Blaise Bugajski 1998-99 Korey Coon 2001-02 Luke Kasten

AVG. 24.5 21.7 19.5 25.3 19.1 20.9

REBOUNDING AVG. 1974-75 Jack Sikma 14.8 1976-77 Jack Sikma 16.7 1983-84 Doug Thomas 10.4 1985-86 Keith Luechtefeld 9.9 2007-08 Darius Gant 11.1 ASSISTS 2004-05 Adam Dauksas 2005-06 Adam Dauksas 2011-12 Eliud Gonzalez 2012-13 Dylan Overstreet

AVG. 5.14 6.21 4.86 5.50

STEALS 2000-01 Todd Wente

AVG. 2.1

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1964-65 Steve Laub 1967-68 Tom Gramkow 1983-84 Doug Thomas 1989-90 Jeff Kuehl 1990-91 David Caldwell 1996-97 Andrew Boyden 1997-98 Brent Niebrugge 2004-05 Matt Arnold 2005-06 Cory Jones 2009-10 Doug Sexauer 2011-12 Kevin Reed * - CCIW record.

PCT. .496 .537 .610 .645 .646 .659 .687* .613 .624 .667 .614

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE 1992-93 Steve Kuehl 1996-97 Korey Coon 1997-98 Korey Coon 1998-99 Korey Coon 2003-04 Jason Fisher 2004-05 Matt Arnold

PCT. .506 .511 .557 .487 .567 .553

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1955-56 Chuck Hohlfelder 1963-64 Jim Hedrick 1964-65 Jim Gresham 1967-68 Dennis Kagel 1968-69 Tom Gramkow 1969-70 Tom Gramkow 1974-75 Bob Spear 1976-77 Al Black 1981-82 Brad Gregurich 1983-84 Blaise Bugajski 1987-88 Bill Braksick 1988-89 Mark Edmundson 1990-91 David Caldwell 1992-93 Mark Aubry 1996-97 Korey Coon 1999-00 Korey Coon 2012-13 Pat Sodemann

PCT. .870 .917 .813 .847 .869 .865 .933 .935 .893 .905 .940 .900 .908 .945 .897 .967 .925


THE 3-POINTER Prior to the 2013-2014 season, the Illinois Wesleyan men’s basketball team has made a 3-point field goal in 490 straight games. The streak dates back to the 1995-96 season when the Titans were 0-for-8 in 3-point attempts in an 86-76 win at North Park on Jan. 28, 1996. They finished that season making a 3-pointer in the final 14 games and in the 447 after that. The record is 552 by Salisbury (since November 25, 1986). The Division I record is held by Nevada-Las Vegas with 840, also from November 1986 to present (source: NCAA Basketball Records Book).

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

FRESHMAN SCORING

Luke Kasten Sheldon Thompson Greg Yess Blaise Bugajski Brian Martin Jack Sikma Zach Freeman Bob Spear Korey Coon Sean Johnson Bryan Crabtree Adam Dauksas

407 362 357 350 347 324 318 316 314 312 292 261

1999-00 1967-68 1978-79 1979-80 1989-90 1973-74 2003-04 1973-74 1996-97 2007-08 1993-94 2002-03

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN SCHOOL COLORS, NICKNAME HISTORIES COLORS: According to the book, Our College Colors by Henry L. Snyder, the college colors at Illinois Wesleyan in 1887 were navy blue and light gray, then changed in 1892 to purple and a steel color. It was in 1896 that IWU adopted the color scheme of green and white. NICKNAME: The 1929-30 basketball season was the first time the nickname “Titans” was pinned on the Illinois Wesleyan athletic teams. At one time or another, such names as “Gaws,” “Green Dragons,” and “Boy Beauties” were used, but none of those endured.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FRESHMAN/SOPHOMORE SCORING Jack Sikma Luke Kasten Greg Yess Blaise Bugajski Korey Coon Larry Lessen Sheldon Thompson Bryan Crabtree Adam Dauksas Zach Freeman

934 911 847 751 720 718 714 659 648 630

1973-75 1999-01 1978-80 1979-81 1996-98 1984-86 1967-69 1993-95 2002-04 2003-05

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Illinois Wesleyan has had 115 Academic All-Americans since the program began in 1970, a total that ranks eighth of all participating universi-

ties. Jack Sikma, a 1977 IWU graduate was inducted into the Academic All-America Hall of Fame in 1998, the first small college honoree to be inducted. Basketball players Keelan Amelianovich (‘06) and Korey Coon (‘00), football player Lon Erickson (‘96), baseball player James Rinne (‘98) and women’s track athlete Rachel Anderson (‘08) were all named College Division “Academic All-Americans of the Year” for their respective sports with Coon earning the honor in both 1999 and 2000. FIRST TEAM (50) MEN’S BASKETBALL—Dean Gravlin, ‘72, ‘73; Bob Spear, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77; Jack Sikma, ‘76, ‘77; Al Black ‘78; Greg Yess, ‘81, ‘82; Brian Coderre, ‘87; Korey Coon ‘99, ‘00; Keelan Amelianovich ‘06. FOOTBALL—Keith Ihlanfeldt ‘71; Mike Watson, ‘80, ‘81; Rick Hanna, ‘80; Jim Eaton, ‘80; Chris Bisaillon ‘91; Chris Udovich ‘92; Jason Richards, ‘95; Lon Erickson ‘96. BASEBALL—Mike Sprague ‘74; Kurt Swearingen ‘78; Kurt Swearingen ‘79; Mike Billington ‘81; Rich Calcagno ‘83; John Ralph ‘88; Rich Wilkening ‘90; James Rinne ‘98. MEN’S AT-LARGE—J.C. Anderson ‘83, ‘84, ‘85; Chad Moser ‘97, ‘98. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL—Terri Friedman ‘82. SOFTBALL —Jill Misener ‘83; Carolyn Albert ‘90; Jennifer Jancik ‘92; Alisa Swanson ‘94; Sara Powers ‘01; Molly Coers ‘07. VOLLEYBALL—Kirstin Rajala ‘88, ‘89; LeAnn Genzel ‘98. WOMEN’S TRACK— Rachel Anderson ‘07, Lauren Alpert ‘12. MEN’S SOCCER—Danny Kenny ‘12. SECOND TEAM (35) MEN’S BASKETBALL—Greg Yess, ‘80; Brian Coderre, ‘88; Bryan Crabtree ‘97; Brent Niebrugge ‘98; Korey Coon ‘98; Keelan Amelianovich ‘05; Zach Freeman ‘07. FOOTBALL—Bill Farrar, ‘70; Wes Schneider, ‘73; Jim Snikeris ‘76; Marty Anderson, ‘78; J.C. Anderson, ‘82, ’83, ‘84; Steve Bridges, ‘85; Chris Bisaillon, ‘90, ‘92; Jeff Leman, ‘90; Marcus Dunlop ‘07; Dennis Zic ‘10. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL—Terri Friedman ‘81. MEN’S AT-LARGE—Steve Struck, ‘87, Chad Moser, ‘96; Craig Jacobs ‘98. SOFTBALL—Genda Potter ‘84; Jennifer Jancik ‘91, ‘93; Mary Larson, ‘92; Monica Urban ‘09. BASEBALL—James Rinne ‘97; John Feely, ‘95. Mike Billington, ‘82. VOLLEYBALL—LeAnn Genzel, ‘97. WOMEN’S SOCCER—Ann Bernard ‘03. MEN’S SOCCER—Ikenna Odinaka ‘07. WOMEN’S TRACK—Tara Clemens ‘13. THIRD TEAM OR HONORABLE MENTION (29) MEN’S BASKETBALL—Dave Pavlik, ‘79; Jeff Clements ‘82; Larry Lessen ‘86. BASEBALL—Mike Mulberry, ‘83; Barry Brave ‘84, ‘85; Mike Simeur, ‘85; Joe Lira, ‘85; Steve Bridges ‘85, ‘86; Brian Metz ‘83, ‘87; Jon Jones, ‘86; Rich Wilkening ‘91; Andy Mulberry ‘92; Cody Smith ‘97; Nathan Knuffman ‘98. VOLLEYBALL—Elise LoBue ‘95. SOFTBALL—Jill Misener ‘84; Carolyn Albert ‘88, ‘89; Missy McEndree ‘91, Alisa Swanson, ‘93; Sara Kummer ‘99; Brynn Hasse ‘04; Monica Urban ‘08. WOMEN’S AT-LARGE — Nata Prasertphon ‘91; Erin Bicek ‘04. MEN’S AT-LARGE- Chris Morton ‘93.


Individual Records MOST POINTS SCORED Game: 47, Greg Yess vs. Indiana Central, 12/10/80 Season: 837, Jack Sikma, 1976-77 Career: 2,272, Jack Sikma, 1973-77 Freshman year: 407, Luke Kasten, 1999-2000 Sophomore year: 610, Jack Sikma, 1974-75 Junior year: 573, Blaise Bugajski, 1982-83 Senior year: 837, Jack Sikma, 1976-77

FREE THROWS MADE Game: 19 (of 22 attempts), Bryan Crabtree vs. Alvernia, 3/21/97 Season: 209, Bryan Crabtree, 1996-97 Career: 518, Bryan Crabtree, 1996-97 Consecutive (single season): 45, Blaise Bugajski, 1983-84 Consecutive (career): 70, Korey Coon, 1998-99 into 1999-2000 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Season: .963, Korey Coon, 1999-00 (157 of 163) - also NCAA D-III record Career: .913, Korey Coon, 1996-00 (449 of 492)

SCORING AVERAGE Season: 27.0, Jack Sikma, 1976-77 Career: 21.2, Jack Sikma, 1973-77

REBOUNDS Game: 24, Don Davidson vs. MacMurray 12/3/66; Jack Sikma vs. Bradley, 12/30/76 Season: 477, Jack Sikma, 1976-77 Career: 1,405, Jack Sikma, 1973-77

FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 20, Greg Yess vs. Indiana Central, 12/10/80 Season: 324, Jack Sikma, 1976-77 Career, 941, Jack Sikma, 1973-77

REBOUNDING AVERAGE Season: 15.4, Jack Sikma, 1976-77 Career: 13.1, Jack Sikma, 1973-77

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Season: .642, Brent Niebrugge, 1996-97 (165 of 257) Career: .635, Brent Niebrugge, 1994-98 (385 of 606) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 8, Mark Edmundson at Wabash, 11/30/88; Mark Aubry at Carthage, 2/19/94; Korey Coon at Olivet Nazarene, 12/7/98; Korey Coon vs. North Central, 2/23/00; Adam Dauksas at Elmhurst, 1/14/06 Season: 107, Jordan Zimmer, 2011-12 Career: 264, Jordan Zimmer, 2008-12 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 17, Mark Aubry at Aurora, 12/18/93 Season: 251, Keelan Amelianovich, 2011-12 Career: 602, Jordan Zimmer, 2008-12

ASSISTS Game: 14, Adam Dauksas vs. Benedictine, 12/22/03; Brian Martin vs. Carthage 2/9/91 Season: 209, by Adam Dauksas, 2005-06 Career: 589, by Adam Dauksas, 2002-06 STEALS Game: 7, Nathan Hubbard vs. Brigham Young-Hawaii, 1/2/99 GAMES PLAYED Career (also record for consecutive): 115, Bob Spear, 1973-77 CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED Career: Brian Martin, 111, 1989-93

Team Records MOST POINTS SCORED Game: 132 vs. Grinnell, March 1, 2001 (132-91, NCAA game) Season: 2,619, 1995-96 Season game average: 90.2, 1987-88 MOST POINTS ALLOWED Game: 122 vs. Lincoln (Mo.) Dec. 29, 1966 (122-84) Season: 2,344, 1989-90 MOST COMBINED POINTS Game: 228, December 11, 1999 (IWU 115, Aurora 113 2 OT) Season: 4,864, 1987-88 (IWU 2,616; opponents 2,248) WINNING MARGIN Game: 71 (vs. Rockford, 1995-96, 110-39; and vs. Eureka, 1913-1914, 84-13) Season: 15.9, 1994-95 (IWU 88.2; opponents 72.3) LOSING MARGIN Game: 60 vs. Iowa Dec. 15, 1984 (99-39) MOST VICTORIES Season: 29, 1996-97 (29-2) Consecutive: 24, 1935-37

Game: 19 vs. Millikin, Feb. 20, 1993 Season: 235, 2005-06 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 35 at Olivet Nazarene, Dec. 15, 2001 Season: 637, 2011-12 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: .786 at North Central Feb. 21, 1990 (11 of 14) Season: .439, 1992-93 (208 of 474); 2003-04 FREE THROWS MADE Game: 40 vs. Grinnell, March 1, 2001 (40 of 50, NCAA game) Season: 616, 1996-97 (of 790) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 50 vs. Grinnell, March 1, 2001 (NCAA game) Season: 839, 1995-96 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (20 of 20, Millikin 1988; 12 of 12, Washington U., Dec. 6, 2003) Season: .788, 1993-94 (497 of 631)

MOST LOSSES Season: 18, 1941-42 (4-18) Consecutive: 20, 1942-44

REBOUNDS Game: 73 vs. Carroll Dec. 6, 1969 Season: 1,401, 1976-77 Season game average: 47.2, 1971-72

SEASON PERCENTAGE Best: l.000, 1935-36 (20-0) Worst: .067, 1943-44 (1-14)

ASSISTS Game: 31 vs. Grinnell, March 1, 2001 (40 of 50, NCAA game) Season: 582, 1990-91

FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 56 vs. Carroll Jan. 6, l967 Season: 1,028, 1965-66

BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 8 vs. Hanover, Dec. 20, 2005; vs. North Central, Feb. 12, 2003 Season: 173, 1987-88

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 76 at Hope College, March 3, 2012 (NCAA game) Season: 2,351, 1965-66

STEALS Game: 14 vs. Puget Sound, Dec. 29, 2005 Season: 268, 1995-96

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: .783 at Elmhurst Feb. 2, 1990 (36 of 46) Season: .545, 1997-98

BEST CONFERENCE RECORD Season: 16-0, 1935-36 and 1969-70; 12-0, 1927 and 1964-65

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE GAMES WON 26, 1963-66


2013-14 IWU SCHEDULE November 2 November 15 November 16 November 22 November 23 November 26 December 7 December 14 December 17 December 20 December 21 January 2 January 4 January 8 January 11 January 15 January 18 January 22 January 25 January 29 February 1 February 5 February 8 February 12 February 15 February 22 February 28-March 1

at Winona State (exhibition) + MANCHESTER + AURORA or RIPON at Coe at Loras WABASH WASHINGTON U. at University of Chicago BLACKBURN % vs. Wilmington College % Hope or Lake Forest FRANKLIN * at Elmhurst * at Augustana * at North Park * at Millikin * WHEATON * NORTH CENTRAL * at Carthage * MILLIKIN * NORTH PARK * AUGUSTANA * ELMHURST * at North Central * CARTHAGE * at Wheaton CCIW Tournament (location/time TBA)

+ - Beer Nuts速 Titan Tip-Off Tournament % - at Holland Sentinel/Devette Classic, Holland, Mich.

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2013 14 Illinois Wesleyan Men's Basketball Yearbook  

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