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Johnson C. Smith University 2010-11 Golden Bulls Basketball Media Guide

Rebuilding Excellence


2010-11 JCSU TV/Radio Roster

#3 Robert Williams

#5 Ronald Thornhill

#10 Richard Daniels, Jr.

#12 James Otey

#15 Thaddeus Williams Fr • Guard • 6-0 • 165 Salisbury, NC/Salisbury HS Undecided Major

#21 Ryan Carter

Sr • Guard • 5-11 • 200 Charlotte, NC/ Harding HS Sports Management Major

R-Soph • Forward • 6-6 • 225 Auburn, AL/ Auburn HS Sports Management Major

#23 Antwan Wilkerson

#31 Terrance Hampton

#42 Michael Cooper

#44 Earl Jackson

Fr • Forward • 6-4 • 190 Atlanta, GA/Sandy Creek HS Undecided Major

Jr • Guard • 5-11 • 160 Roanoke, VA/William Fleming HS Sports Management Major

Fr • Forward • 6-6 • 205 Greensboro, NC/ Western Guilford HS Undecided Major

Sr • Guard • 5-10 • 157 Alberta, VA/Brunswick HS Psychology Major

Fr • Forward • 6-6 • 230 Charlotte, NC/ Providence HS Computer Information Major

Fr • Guard • 5-10 • 180 Winston-Salem, NC/ Carver HS Undecided Major

Jr • Center • 6-8 • 240 New Rochelle, NY/New Rochelle HS Computer Information Major

#52 Delonta Boyd

Soph • Center • 6-6 • 260 District Heights, MD/ Henry A. Wise HS Sports Management Major

#11 Trevin Parks

Soph • Guard • 5-9 • 165 Hickory, NC/UNCCharlotte Business Major

#22 Calvin Smith

Sr • Forward • 6-6 • 235 Temple Hills, MD/ Crossland HS Business Management Major


Page 1 Table of Contents Page 2 Quick Facts Page 4 Media Information Page 5 Roster Page 6 Community Involvement Page 8 Season Preview-Outlook Page 9-16 Returners Page 17 Athletic Facilities Page 18-21 Newcomers Page 22 CIAA Predicted Order of Finish Page 23-25 Coaching Staff Page 26 Team Support Staff Page 28-29 Statistics Page 30-31 History & Records Page 32-34 The University Page 35 University President Page 36 Director of Athletics Page 37-38 JCSU Athletic Staff Page 40 The Department of Athletics Page 43 Partners & Supporters Page 44 CIAA Basketball

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JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY

GOLDEN BULLS BASKETBALL COSIDA FORM GENERAL INFORMATION Address: ................................................... 100 Beatties Ford Road ................................................... Charlotte, North Carolina 28216 Founded: ............................................................................... 1867 Enrollment: ........................................................................... 1630 President:...........................Dr. Ronald L. Carter (Morehouse ‘71) Conference: .............. Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Affiliation:....................................................... NCAA Division II Nickname: ................................................................ Golden Bulls Colors: ........ Gold (Pantone Solid Coat 7406) & Navy (PMS 296) Website: ............................................ www.goldenbullsports.com Basketball Gymnasium: .................. Jack S. Brayboy Gymnasium Capacity: .............................................................................. 1,800 Year built: ............................................................................. 1961 Athletic Department Phone .................................. (704) 378-1205 Athletic Department Fax: ..................................... (704) 378-1073 Athletic Director: ........................ Stephen Joyner, Sr. (JCSU ‘73) AD Phone: ............................................................ (704) 330-1406 E-mail: .............................................................. sjoyner@jcsu.edu Senior Woman Administrator: ............................. Vanessa Taylor SWA Phone:......................................................... (704) 378-1203 E-mail: .............................................................. vtaylor@jcsu.edu Sports Information Director: ........................... Lamont M. Hinson SID Office Phone: ................................................ (704) 378-1118 E-mail: .............................................................. lhinson@jcsu.edu BASKETBALL HISTORY First Year of basketball: ........................................................ 1928 Overall All-Time record: ............................................... 1063-717 Years in Post-season Play/Last: .............................. 11 years/2009 Last Post-season Opponent: ........................... Alderson-Broaddus Result: ............................................................. L 92-83 (03/14/09) BASKETBALL COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ................................ Stephen Joyner, Sr. (JCSU ‘73) Basketball Office Phone: ..................................... (704) 330-1406 Basketball Email Address: ................................ sjoyner@jcsu.edu Best Time to Contact: ................................. 9:00 am - 12:00 noon JCSU Record (years):.................................. 420-245 (24th season) Career Record (years): .................................... 420-245 (23 years) Assistant Coaches: First Assistant: ....................................Mark Sherrill (18th season)

MEDIA INFORMATION News 14 Carolina: ................................................... 704-973-5792 WCCB-Fox Charlotte: ............................................ 704-632-7551 Charlotte Observer: ................................................. 704-358-5125 Charlotte Post: ......................................................... 704-342-2160

TEAM INFORMATION (2009-10) Overall Home Away Neutral All Games: 18-10 11-3 6-5 1-2 Conference Record: 12-8 8-3 4-5 0-0 Non-Conference Record: 6-2 3-0 2-0 1-2 DATE

2010-11 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE OPPONENT SITE RESULTS

11/3/10 11/16/10

Bluefield State Queens Univ. (NC)

Scrimmage Bluefield, WV Charlotte, NC JCSU Tip-off Classic 11/20/10 Wash. Adventist Univ. Charlotte, NC 11/21/10 Newberry Charlotte, NC Fresh Coast Classic 11/26/10 TBA 11/29/10 Campbell Univ. Buies Creek, NC 12/4/10 Belmont Abbey Charlotte, NC 12/13/10 Saint Paul's* Charlotte, NC 12/16/10 Virginia State* Charlotte, NC 12/18/10 Bluefield State Charlotte, NC 1/6/11 Chowan* Murfreesboro, NC 1/8/11 Elizabeth City State* Elizabeth City, NC 1/10/11 Lincoln (PA) * Charlotte, NC 1/13/11 Saint Paul's* Lawrenceville, VA 1/17/11 Virginia Union* Charlotte, NC 1/20/11 Bowie State* Charlotte, NC 1/22/11 Livingstone* Charlotte, NC 1/29/11 Fayetteville State* Fayetteville, NC 1/31/11 Winston-Salem State* Winston-Salem, NC 2/5/11 Shaw* Raleigh, NC 2/7/11 Fayetteville State* Charlotte, NC 2/12/11 Saint Augustine's* Raleigh, NC 2/14/11 Shaw* Charlotte, NC 2/19/11 Winston-Salem State* Charlotte, NC 2/21/11 Saint Augustine's* Charlotte, NC 2/26/11 Livingstone* Salisbury, NC 2011 CIAA Tournament 2/28-3/5/11 TBA Charlotte, NC

* indicates conference opponent Key Returnees Ronald Thornhill Ryan Carter Earl Jackson James Otey Michael Cooper Delonta Boyd Calvin Smith

TBA 7:30 pm 8:00 PM 6:00 PM TBA 7:00 pm 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM TBA

Team Information G G F/C G F/C F/C G/F

5-10 5-11 6-6 5-11 6-8 6-6 6-6

157 175 235 160 240 260 225

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

Alberta, VA Charlotte, NC Temple Hills, MD Roanoke, VA New Rochelle, NY District Heights, MD Auburn, AL

Newcomers/Transfers Trevin Parks G 5-9 Robert Williams F 6-4 Richard Daniels PG 5-10 Thaddeus Williams G 6-0 Antwan Wilkerson F 6-6 Terrance Hampton F 6-6

165 190 180 165 205 230

So Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

Hickory, NC Atlanta, GA Winston-Salem, NC Salisbury, NC Greensboro, NC Charlotte, NC

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Media Information Interviews: For all non-match interviews, please contact the JCSU Sports Information Director at least 24 hours prior to the desired time. Post game interviews requests should be arranged through the Sports Information Office within five minutes of the contest’s final point. At the conclusion of the contest, players and coaches are available for interviews after a 10-minute “cooling-off” period. Post-Game Packets: Final game statistics will be available approximately 10 minutes following the game.

Media Outlets Newspapers Charlotte Observer Harry Pickett Office: (704) 358-5125 Fax: (704) 358-5110

The Charlotte Post Herbert L. White Pre-Game Notes: The media may obtain game-day information, including notes Office: (704) 376-0496 and statistics for both teams on press row. Game notes are available the day of the Fax: (704) 342-2160 game for all media members. Media members wishing to receive an emailed copy of the game-day notes prior to arriving at the Gymnasium should contact Lamont Associated Press Hinson at (704) 378-1118. Office: (704) 334-4624 Fax: (919) 834-1078 Post-Game Services: A copier and fax machine are available at the Coaches Office on first come, first serve basis. As a service to visiting media and sports information directors, the JCSU Sports Information will email box scores and Television game scores to media if provided the email addresses. A member of the sports WBTV (CBS) information staff will carry out any fax requests you may have. Delano Little Office: (704) 374-3711 Press Passes: Press row arrangements must be made through the JCSU Sports Fax: (704) 374-3818 Information Office at least 24 hours in advance of the desired game. WCCB (FOX) Radio Broadcast: All requests for broadcasts must be arranged through the Bruce Snyder; Kelli Bartik Sports Information Office at least three weeks in advance. When there is more Office: (704) 632-7554 than one request received for the same game, top priority will be given to the radio Fax: (704) 358-4841 station that regularly broadcasts the visiting team’s games. All arrangements for telephone lines are the responsibility of the visiting radio station. WSOC (ABC) Tiffany Wright; Bill Voth Office: (704) 335-4746 Fax: (704) 335-4746 News 14 Carolina Mike Solarte Office: (704) 973-5792 Fax: (704) 731-2760 For the most up to the minute coverage of Golden Bull athletics on the world wide WCNC (NBC) web, visit www.goldenbullsports.com, the official athletic website of Johnson C. Office: (704) 329-3667 Smith University. In addition to update results, statistics, and game stories, you Fax: (704) 329-4975 can find photos, player and coach biographies, schedule and roster information, and weekly releases for the Gold and Blue. GoldenBullSports.com includes information on all 14 varsity sports, along with general information, including ticket and summer camp information, special events, and online media guides. Johnson C. Smith Golden Bulls Basketball


JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY GOLDEN BULLS 2010-11 ROSTER

No. Name 3 Robert Williams 5 Ronald Thornhill 10 Richard Daniels, Jr. 11 Trevin Parks 12 James Otey 15 Thaddeus Williams 21 Ryan Carter 22 Calvin Smith 23 Antwan Wilkerson 31 Terrance Hampton 42 Michael Cooper 44 Earl Jackson 52 Delonta Boyd

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

Pos F G PG G G G G G/F F F F/C F/C F/C

Ht 6-4 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-8 6-6 6-6

Wt 190 157 180 165 160 165 200 225 205 230 240 235 260

Hometown/Previous school Atlanta, GA/Sandy Creek HS Alberta, VA/Brunswick HS Winston-Salem, NC/Carver HS Hickory, NC/UNC-Charlotte Roanoke, VA/William Fleming HS Salisbury, NC/ Salisbury HS Charlotte, NC/Harding University HS Auburn, AL/Auburn HS Greensboro, NC/Western Guilford HS Charlotte, NC/Providence HS New Rochelle, NY/New Rochelle HS Temple Hills, MD/Crossland HS District Heights, MD/Wise HS

Head Coach: Stephen Joyner, Sr. Assistant Coaches: Mark Sherrill Manager: Sherrell Purcell Athletic Trainer: Tim Botic • Asst. Trainer: Katie Hanes-Romano Johnson C. Smith Golden Bulls Basketball


Community Involvement Preparing for life after college sports is a major focus of the Johnson C. Smith University Athletics program. Student-athletes are given the opportunity to develop the foundation for a lifelong commitment to volunteerism through a variety of local organizations. In recent years, JCSU student-athletes have been actively involved in many community service activities, including Habitat for Humanity, Loaves and Fishes projects, and the Great American Cleanup.

to promote support amongst teams. The SAAC sends a representative to the CIAA-SAAC meeting each semester to discuss ideas with other schools in the conference. Officers are elected each August.

Each year, all 13 JCSU athletic programs and cheerleading participate in group and individual community service activities. The Golden Bulls have participated in projects ranging from planting trees and tutoring school children to visiting nursing homes and serving meals to the homeless. Being a student-athlete at Johnson C. Smith University is much more than just games and practices. Serving the community is an important part of each student’s life at Johnson C. Smith University. Student-athletes find that participating in community service activities is a great way to help others and gain valuable leadership skills. Student-Athlete Affairs (SAA) The NCAA Student-Athlete Affairs unit provides life skills support in the areas of academics, athletics, personal development, career development and service through the distribution of accessible resources, strategic partnerships and customized programming at little or no expense to member institutions. Student-Athlete Affairs programs, resources and events are designed to promote the wellbeing and development of student-athletes and to provide on-going education and training to athletics professionals who identify and serve student-athlete needs. Student-Athlete Advisory Committe (SAAC)

Johnson C. Smith University SAAC Advisor: Dr. Antonia Mead President: Rolanda Sue (Women’s Tennis) Vice President: Robert Butts (Men’s Tennis) Parliamentarian: Monique Kelly (Women’s Track & Field) Secretary: Jasamine Hill (Women’s Bowling, Track & Field) Treasurer: Richard Harkness (Men’s Cross Country, Track & Field)

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committe (SAAC) offers student-athletes the opportunity to enhance their experience as Golden Bulls through leadership opportunities. The SAAC is an organization comprised of student-athletes from all varsity teams as JCSU. The goal of the committee is to inform all student-athletes, through their team representatives, of what is going on in the athletic department as well as campus-wide issues that directly affect the student-athlete. The SAAC is made up of at least two representatives from each team. The committee meets once a month to discuss relevant issues, plan upcoming events, organize community projects, and

Men’s Basketball volunteering with the Whitewater Academy’s Leader in Me Boys Group

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Season Preview


Season Outlook - Rebuilding Excellence The Golden Bulls of Johnson C. Smith University embark on a journey to rebuild a squad that lost four seniors, including two All-conference performers and three of their top scorers. Head coach Stephen Joyner, Sr. has won two of the last three CIAA Championship and is use to replenishing talent after being at the helm as head coach for 23 seasons. “We have a lot of new additions this year and we’ve recruited young men that we hope to become outstanding studentathletes for us (JCSU),” said Joyner. “We’ve enjoyed some success over the years, but our last two teams had large groups of seniors, which means we’re starting new in a lot of aspects.” There will be a few familiar faces, including the team’s third leading scorer and top three pointer shooter, Ronald Thornhill. Thornhill is a 5-foot-10 shooting guard from Alberta, VA, who averaged 13.2 points per game and made 82 3-ptrs shooting 40 percent. “We’re really hoping Thornhill will come forth this season and showcase his leadership ability,” commented Joyner. “He’s been our scorer in the past, but we’ll need contributions on several levels this year.” Also returning in the backcourt are senior guard Ryan Carter and junior guard James Otey. Carter, a 5-foot-11 Charlotte, NC native played in 28 games last season and started in 13. He led the team in assists with 105. Carter will be transitioning over from football season; he is currently the JCSU starting quarterback. Otey saw action in 28 games last year and started in 15. He is known for being an accurate three-point shooting, despite only averaging 2.6 ppg last season. Returning in the frontcourt will be senior forward Earl Jackson, junior forward Michael Cooper, and sophomore forwards Calvin Smith and Delonta Boyd. Jackson, a 6-foot-6 native of Temple Hills, MD averaged 5.3 minute per contest in 23 games played last season. Jackson can be a strong defensive presence in the post and capitalizes on limited opportunities. Cooper, a 6-foot-8 post from New Rochelle, NY, has progressed each season at JCSU. Last season, he played in all 28 games and has worked this offseason to improve his footwork. Smith, a 6-foot-6 native of Auburn, AL, played in 25 games last season, but only averaged five minutes per contest. Boyd, a 6-foot-6 native of District Heights, MD returns to the squad after only seeing action in eight games during the first semester. Boyd scored 31 points in those games and has become more leaning since last season after dropping 15 pounds. New to the Golden Bulls are two transfers and six freshmen. Transferring in will be junior forward Terrell Barrett and sophomore guard Trevin Parks. Barrett, a 6-foot-6, 225 lbs, native of Farmville, North Carolina, is transferring into JCSU from Tallahassee Community College in Tallahassee, FL. While at TCC, Barrett received All-conference honors as a starter

for two consecutive seasons. Barrett averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds, and four assists in his senior season at Farmville Central HS. Parks, a 5-foot-9, 165 lbs, native of Hickory, North Carolina, joins the Golden Bulls after seeing limited playing time as a freshman at UNC-Charlotte. Parks was the NCBCA District 10 Player of the Year and averaged 24 points, three rebounds and five assists his senior season at Hickory. The incoming freshmen including forwards Robert Williams, Antwan Wilkerson, Terrance Hampton, Zachery O’Brien well at guard will be Richard Daniels, Jr. and Thaddeus Williams. Williams, a 6-foot-4, 190 lbs, native of Atlanta, Georgia, was listed on the Prep Zone as one of the top 50 offensive players for high school students in the state of Georgia. Williams led Sandy Creek High School in scoring, assists, and rebounds his senior season. Wilkerson, a 6-foot-6, 205 lbs, native of Greensboro, NC, averaged 18 points and nine rebounds in his senior season at Western Guilford HS. Wilkerson earned All-conference and All-area first team honors as a senior. Hampton, a 6-foot-6, 230 lbs, native of Charlotte, NC, averaged 22.3 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 2.5 blocks in his senior season at Providence High. He led the team in scoring, rebounding, and blocked shots. Hampton was the fourth player to score 1,000 points at Providence (1,115 career points). O’Brien, a 6-foot-3, 190 lbs, native of Warren, NJ, set a county record by scoring 552 points in his senior season at Watchung Hills Regional HS. O’Brien was offensive player of the year, AllState, and first team All-County. He averaged 19 points and nine rebounds in his final season. Daniels, a 5-foot-10, 180 lbs, native of Winston-Salem, NC, averaged 20 points, 10 boards, and six steals in his senior campaign at Carver HS. Williams is 6-foot combo guard from nearby Salisbury, NC. Williams enrolled last season, but this will be his first season on the court. “We’re looking to develop the program into a national championship contending team, but that takes all parties being focused and on the same page,” said Joyner. “Competitiveness has shown upward mobility and institutions strategically plan to win the CIAA. Winning is no easy task, but one that can be accomplished with hard win, determination, and focus.” Johnson C. Smith will begin home action as host of the JCSU Tip-Classic on November 20th versus Washington Adventist University at 8:00 p.m. J.C. Smith begins CIAA play on December 13th when they host St. Paul’s College at 7:30 p.m. The CIAA tournament begins at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, N.C. on Feb. 28.

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Returning Players


#52 Delonta Boyd

Sophomore • Center • 6-5 • 270 • District Heights, MD/Wise HS 2009-10 Season: Played in eight games…averaged 4.3 minutes per game…recorded 31 points on the season…total 16 rebounds…averaged 3.9 ppg…1st on the team in field goal percentage…shot 75% from the floor (15-20)…scored a season-high 12 points against Lincoln PA (11/28/09) High School/ Personal: Standout post player at Dr. Henry A. Wise High School in Washington, D.C. …named Top 100 Prospect by Capital Hoops in the DC, MD, VA, Baltimore region Class of 2009 (#64)…named one of the top players in the all-area greater DC by ESPN Rise…averaged 16.9 points per game and 8.3 rebounds his senior season at Wise CAREER HIGHS Points FG Made FG Atts FT FT Att Total Rebs TO Blocks Steals Minutes

12, at Lincoln PA (11/28/09) 6, at Lincoln PA (11/28/09) 6, at Lincoln PA (11/28/09) 1, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 3, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 4, at Lincoln PA (11/28/09) 2, at Bluefield State (12/12/09) N/A 1, Catawba (12/17/09) 7, at Bluefield State (12/12/09)

BOYD’S CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. GP/GS FG-FGA 09-10 8/0 15-20 Totals 8/0 15-20

Pct. 75% 75%

3FG-FGA 0-0 0-0

Pct. 0% 0%

FT-FTA 1-5 1-5

Pct. Rebs Avg. 20% 16 2.0 20% 16 2.0

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A 2 2

TO Blk 4 0 4 0

S Pts Avg. 1 31 3.9 1 31 3.9


#21 Ryan Carter

Senior • Guard • 5-11 • 200 • Charlotte, NC/Harding HS 2009-10 Season: Played in 28 games…started in 13 games…averaged 25.5 minutes per game…1st on the team in assists (105)…averaged 3.8 assists per game…scored 81 total points, averaged 2.9 ppg…2nd on the team in steals (44)…shot 65% from the free throw line (26-40)…shot 36.1% from the floor (26-72)…scored a season-high eight points against Bluefield State (11/17/09) and Livingstone (02/06/10)…dished out a season-high eight assists against Felician (11/21/09) and Fayetteville State (02/13/10)…pulled down 74 total rebounds 2008-09 Season: Played in 26 games…started once…averaged 9.0 minutes per game… first on the team in free throw shooting percentage with .778 (14-18)… averaging 1.5 points and 1.6 assists per game… dished out a season-high five assists against Bowie State (01/25/09)…scored a season-high five points against Shaw (02/26/09) … 2009 CIAA Tournament Champion… played eight minutes with two points and two steals in the NCAA DII Regional Tournament against Alderson-Broaddus (03/14/09) 2007-08 Season: Played in 11 games as a true freshman...had a career high five points against Virginia State...averaged 1.3 points per game…had a season total of 14 points and eight assists...2008 CIAA Tournament Champion High School/Personal: Played both football and basketball at Harding University High School under coaches William Perkins for football and Walt Aikens for basketball...03-07 second in conference football, 04-07 conference champions for basketball, one-time all-conference for football, basketball, and baseball...career ambition is to play professional sports...biggest influence in life is his father...son of Henry and Sharee Carter. CAREER HIGHS Points FG Made FG Atts FT FT Att Total Rebs TO Blocks Steals Minutes

8, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 3, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 6, Virginia Union (01/04/10) 8, at Livingstone (02/06/10) 10, at Livingstone (02/06/10) 6, vs. Chowan (02/25/10) 8, vs. Felician (11/21/09) 1, Livingstone (02/12/09) 4, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 39, St. Augustine’s (02/08/10)

CARTER’S CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. GP/GS FG-FGA Pct. 07-08 11/0 5-12 41.7% 08-09 26/1 12-40 30% 09-10 28/13 26-72 36.1% Totals 65/14 43-124 34.7%

3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 0-3 0% 4-8 0-8 0% 14-18 3-14 21.4% 26-40 3-25 12% 44-66

Pct. Rebs Avg. A TO 50% 1 0-1 8 12 77.8% 20 0.8 41 40 65% 74 2.6 105 82 66.7% 95 1.46 154 134

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Blk S Pts Avg. 0 2 14 1.3 1 19 38 1.5 3 44 81 2.9 4 65 133 2.0


#42 Michael Cooper

Junior • Center • 6-7 • 240 • New Rochelle, NY/New Rochelle HS 2009-10 Season: Played in 28 games…averaged nine minutes per game…shot 55.6% from the floor (40-72)…2nd on the team field goal percentage…pulled down a seasonhigh seven rebounds against Lincoln PA (11/28/09)…scored a season-high 12 points against Lincoln PA (11/28/09) and Virginia State (01/02/10)…averaged 4.2 ppg…shot 67.9% from the free throw line (38-56) 2008-09 Season: Played in 25 games… averaged 9.4 minutes per game…averaging 3.2 points and 1.7 rebounds per game… grabbed a career-high five rebounds against Lincoln PA (02/21/09)…scored a career-high 15 points against Concord (01/07/09) … .649 free throw shooting percentage (24-37)…2009 CIAA Tournament Champion… played six minutes and scored two points in the NCAA DII Regional Tournament against Alderson-Broaddus (03/14/09) High School/Personal: Played at New Rochelle High School under Coach Bill Murphy...2008 semi-finalist in section 1...record of 15-7...honored for outstanding player in the Westchester Round ball classics, most outstanding senior in all star game, all conference, all tri county...ambitious about the field of technology and computers for a career... enjoys playing the drums...biggest influence in his life is his parents...son of Thomas and Joyce Cooper...born 6-24-89. CAREER HIGHS Points FG Made FG Atts FT FT Att Total Rebs TO Blocks Steals Minutes

12, at Lincoln PA (11/28/09) 5, Virginia State (01/02/10) 7, Virginia State (01/02/10) 5, at Bowie State (11/30/09) 6, at Bowie State (11/30/09) 7, at Lincoln PA (11/28/09) 2, vs Allen (11/20/09) 2, at St. Augustine’s (02/10/09) 1, Bluefield State (12/06/08) 23, at Fayetteville State (02/17/09)

COOPER’S CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. GP/GS FG-FGA Pct. 08-09 25/0 28-56 50% 09-10 28/0 40-72 55.6% Totals 53/0 68-128 53.1%

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

Pct. 0% 0% 0%

FT-FTA 24-37 38-56 62-93

Pct. Rebs Avg. 64.9% 42 1.7 67.9% 57 2.0 66.7% 99 1.8

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A 1 5 6

TO 9 19 28

Blk 7 3 10

S 2 3 5

Pts Avg. 80 3.2 118 4.2 198 3.7


#44 Earl Jackson

Senior • Forward • 6-6 • 235 • Temple Hills, MD/Crossland HS 2009-10 Season: Played in 23 games…started in one…averaged 5.8 minutes per game… recorded a total 31 points and 35 rebounds…shot 57.6% from the free throw line (1933)…shot 28.6% from the floor (6-21)…scored a season-high six points against Bluefield State (11/17/09)…pulled down a season-high six rebounds against Virginia State (01/02/10) 2008-09 Season: Played in 20 games…averaged 5.7 minutes per game…recorded a total 33 points and 29 rebounds…shot 54.2% from the free throw line (13-24)…shot 45.5% from the floor (10-22)…scored a season-high six points against Concord (01/07/09)…also had a season-best five steals against Concord (01/07/09)…2009 CIAA Champion 2007-2008 Season: Played in four games…recorded a total six points and five rebounds…shot 42.9% from the floor (3-7)…played 13 minutes and scored six points against St. Paul’s (01/19/08)…2008 CIAA Champion High School/Personal: Played at Crossland High School under Coach Sam Harris... team finished 3rd in the playoffs with a record of 16-9...Honor Roll student...chose JCSU because of the basketball program...son of Gwendolyn Wright...born 4-8-88

CAREER HIGHS Points FG Made FG Atts FT FT Att Total Rebs TO Blocks Steals Minutes

6, at Concord (01/07/09) 2, West Virginia State (11/16/08) 3, at Lincoln PA (11/28/09) 4, Virginia State (01/02/10) 6, Virginia State (01/02/10) 6, Virginia State (01/02/10) 6, Livingstone (02/20/10) 1, vs. Lincoln PA (11/17/07) 5, at Concord (01/07/09) 19, at Concord (01/07/09)

JACKSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. GP/GS FG-FGA Pct. 07-08 4/0 3-7 42.9% 08-09 20/0 10-22 45.5% 09-10 23/1 6-21 28.6% Totals 47/1 19-50 38%

3FG-FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct. 0% 0% 0% 0%

FT-FTA 0-0 13-24 19-33 32-57

Pct. Rebs Avg. 0% 5 1.3 54.2% 29 1.5 57.6% 35 1.5 56.1% 69 1.4

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A 0 3 6 9

TO 1 6 5 12

Blk 1 2 1 4

S 1 6 2 9

Pts 6 33 31 70

Avg. 1.5 1.7 1.3 1.4


#12 James Otey

Junior • Guard • 5-11 • 160 • Roanoke, VA/William Fleming HS 2009-10 Season: Played in 28 games…started in 15 games…averaged 14.3 minutes per game…scored a season-high 13 points against St. Paul’s (01/11/10)…recorded a total 74 points, 64 assists, 49 rebounds, and 27 steals…dished out a season-high seven assists against Fayetteville State (02/02/10)…pulled down a season-high six rebounds against Bowie State (01/18/10)…3rd on the team in assists (64)…shot 78.6% from the free throw line (11-14)…3rd on the team in FT percentage…shot 31.2% from the floor (24-77)…shot 34.9% from the three point line (15-43)…3rd on the team in three-pointers made 2008-09 Season: Played in 20 games…started once…averaged 7.0 minutes per game… second on the team in 3-ptrs shooting percentage with .448 (13-29)… averaging 2.8 points and 1.0 rebounds per game… snatched a season-high five steals against Bluefield State (12/20/08)…scored a career-high 18 points against Catawba (12/17/08) … .800 free throw shooting percentage (4-5)…2009 CIAA Tournament Champion… played seven minutes with one rebound in the NCAA DII Regional Tournament against AldersonBroaddus (03/14/09) Transferred from Patrick Henry Community College High School/Personal: Attended William Fleming High School and played under Coach Mickey Hardy...2006 District Champions...record of 25-3...honored for 1st team All-District, 1st team All-Region...Two-time Player of the Year...First Team All-State... enjoys basketball...biggest influence in life is his father...son of Eric and Lori Otey...born 11-5-87. CAREER HIGHS Points FG Made FG Atts FT FT Att Total Rebs TO Blocks Steals Minutes

18, at Catawba (12/17/08) 6, at Catawba (12/17/08) 7, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 4, at Catawba (12/17/08) 4, at Catawba (12/17/08) 6, Concord (12/08/08) 5, at Elizabeth City State (01/09/10) 1, at Livingstone (01/31/09) 5, at Bluefield State (12/20/08) 31, at Elizabeth City State (01/09/10)

OTEY’S CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. GP/GS FG-FGA Pct. 08-09 20/1 19-44 43.2% 09-10 28/15 24-77 31.2% Totals 48/16 43-121 35.5%

3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 13-29 44.8% 4-5 15-43 34.9% 11-14 28-72 38.9% 15-19

Pct. Rebs Avg. 80% 19 1.0 78.6% 49 1.8 78.9% 68 1.4

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A TO Blk S Pts Avg. 18 12 1 10 55 2.8 64 44 0 27 74 2.6 82 56 1 37 129 2.6


#22 Calvin Smith

R-Sophomore • Forward • 6-7 • 225 • Auburn, AL/Auburn HS 2009-10 Season: Played in 25 games…averaged five minutes per game…recorded a total 28 points and 19 rebounds…shot 38.9% from the floor (14-36)…scored a season-high four points on six occasions…pulled down a season-high four rebounds against Virginia State (01/02/10) 2008-09 Season: Redshirted as a freshman High school/Personal: Played at Auburn High School under coach Frank Tolbert...2008 regional champions, record of 20-7...honored for 06-07 offensive player of the year, 06-07 rebounder of the year, 07-08 MVP, 07-08 scholastic player of the year, 07-08 rebounder of the year, Auburn High Holiday classic MVP...high school academic achievement of all A’s with a golden cord for a high GPA of 3.56 upon graduating...numerous of community service for the community market...biggest influence in his life is his mother and father...son of Calvin and Tracy Jones...full name is Calvin Smith...born 6-7-90. CAREER HIGHS Points FG Made FG Atts FT FT Att Total Rebs TO Blocks Steals Minutes

4, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 2, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 7, Virginia State (01/02/10) N/A 2, St. Paul’s (01/11/10) 4, Virginia State (01/02/10) 3, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 1, Virginia State (01/02/10) 1, Bluefield State (11/17/09) 14, Bluefield State (11/17/09)

SMITH’S CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. GP/GS FG-FGA Pct. 09-10 25/0 14-36 38.9% Totals 25/0 14-36 38.9%

3FG-FGA 0-5 0-5

Pct. 0% 0%

FT-FTA 0-2 0-2

Pct. 0% 0%

Rebs Avg. 19 0.8 19 0.8

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A 6 6

TO Blk 17 1 17 1

S Pts Avg. 5 28 1.1 5 28 1.1


#5 Ronald Thornhill

Senior • Guard • 5-10 • 157 • Alberta, VA/Brunswick HS 2009-10 Season: Played in 27 games…started in 25…averaged 34.6 minutes per game… 4th on the team in scoring (357 points)…averaged 13. 2 ppg…shot 39.7% from the field (119-300)…shot 40% from the three point line (82-205)…shot 82.2% from the free throw line (37-45)…1st on the team in FT percentage…1st on the team in 3-pointers made…3rd on the team in steals (35)…scored a season-high 25 points against St. Paul’s (12/15/09) and Fayetteville State (02/02/10)…tallied double digits in points in 19 of 27 games…season-high six assists against Allen (11/20/09) 2008-09 Season: Played in 31 games…started 30…averaged 32.5 minutes per game…first on the team in assists with 110… second on the team in 3-ptrs made with 70… .417 3-pt shooting percentage (70-168)…averaging 10.6 points and 3.5 assists per game… dished a season-high eight assists against Livingstone (02/12/09)…scored a season-high 18 points against Lincoln PA (02/21/09) … .545 free throw shooting percentage (30-55)…2009 CIAA Tournament Champion…started and played 39 minutes with 14 points, five assists, and three rebounds in the NCAA DII Regional Tournament against AldersonBroaddus (03/14/09) 2007-08 Season: CIAA All-Rookie Team selection...has played in all 31 games and started in 19...scored in double-figures in six games, including a 19-point performance vs. Bowie State University...averaged 6.4 points and 2.9 assists per game…2008 CIAA Tournament Champion High school/Personal: Played at Brunswick High School under Coach Bryant Smith... Region Champs, District Champs, and State Runner-Ups...member of the National Honor Society... volunteered at Tabernacle of Zion Afterschool Program... chose JCSU because of his mother... hopes to win a National Championship and make it to the NBA... enjoys ping pong, track, and watching ESPN’s SportsCenter... son of Ronald and Patrice Thornhill...full name Ronald Keith Thornhill...born 9-5-1989 CAREER HIGHS Points FG Made FG Atts FT FT Att Total Rebs TO Blocks Steals Minutes

25, St. Paul’s (12/15/09) 10, Virginia Union (01/04/10) 17, Virginia Union (01/04/10) 8, Bowie State (01/18/10) 9, Fayetteville State (02/02/10) 8, St. Augustine’s (02/12/08) 6, at Virginia State (02/07/08) 1, Virginia State (02/05/08) 5, Catawba (12/17/07) 45, at St. Paul’s (01/17/09)

THORNHILL’S CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. GP/GS FG-FGA Pct. 07-08 31/19 67-179 37.4% 08-09 31/30 115-264 43.6% 09-10 27/25 119-300 39.7% Totals 89/74 301-743 40.5%

3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 38-96 39.6% 27-29 70-168 41.7% 30-55 82-205 40% 37-45 190-469 40.5% 94-129

Pct. Rebs Avg. A TO 93.1% 59 1.9 90 62 54.5% 65 2.1 110 55 82.2% 63 2.3 63 44 72.9% 187 2.1 261 161

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Blk 2 1 2 5

S Pts Avg. 35 199 6.4 44 330 10.6 35 357 13.2 114 886 9.9


JCSU Athletic Facilities BIDDLEVILLE PARK Biddleville Park (opened 2000) features seating for 250 fans, complete with dugouts and lights. The park is opened in agreement with Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation. COLEMAN/CUTHBERTSON TENNIS COURTS The 250-seat Dr. Winston Coleman/James O. Cuthbertson, Jr. Tennis Courts are home to the men’s and women’s programs at JCSU and has six lighted courts. There have been 14 conference championships won between both outstanding coaches. IRWIN BELK COMPLEX The Irwin Belk Complex at Johnson C. Smith University, which features an Olympic-size track with an eight-lane Mondo surface, bleacher seating for approximately 4,500 and high-tech academic facility, has been open since January 2003 and is already receiving a major workout. The complex hosted the 2007 & 2010 NCAA DII Outdoor Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Championships. The infield was recently named after Eddie C. McGirt for the works of the legendary coach who coached the Golden Bulls to 118 victories (most in school history). Because it sits just under the beautiful Charlotte skyline and tight off the highway, it’s facility for everyone to see and enjoy. FITNESS & WELLNESS CENTER The Fitness & Wellness center is located in the lower level of the Irwin Belk Complex. Our experienced/certified instructors will work with you to get you started toward your fitness success. JACK S. BRAYBOY GYMNASIUM The Jack S. Brayboy Gymnasium is exclusively the home for the JCSU volleyball and both the men’s and women’s basketball teams. It is known for energetic and boisterous home crowds that provide incredible atmosphere and home-court advantage. The court in the gym has been named for longtime head men’s basketball coach Stephen Joyner, Sr. Brayboy Gymnasium is the premier gathering place for JCSU fans to cheer on the Golden Bulls. The crowd acts as the collective Sixth Man during basketball contests and regularly helps the team destroy opponents left and right. Fact, the “Brayboy Madness” is famous—Sports Illustrated named it “One of the Loudest Gymnasiums in the Country.” The Golden Bulls field NCAA Division II contenders on a regular basis in both the men and women’s leagues. In 2001, the NCAA Division II Basketball Regional were held inside Brayboy. JCSU students and fans alike have a great time at Brayboy gymnasium...especially when their team wins, which they usually do. PRACTICE FIELD The practice field opened in the fall of 1999 and sits adjacent to the Coleman/Cuthbertson Tennis Courts. It takes less than two minutes to walk from the football locker room in the Jack S. Brayboy gymnasium to the practice fields. Where the Golden Bulls football team conducts practice on a regular basis.

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Newcomers


#10 Richard Daniels, Jr.

Freshman • Guard • 5-10 • 180 • Winston-Salem, NC/Carver HS High School/Personal Daniels averaged 20 points, 10 boards, and six steals in his senior campaign at Carver HS. Daniels as a team captain was named all-conference, most valuable player, and student-athlete of the year. Daniels also excelled on the football field, but he will focus on basketball as a Golden Bull

#31 Terrance Hampton

Freshman • Forward • 6-6 • 230 • Charlotte, NC/Providence HS High School/Personal Hampton averaged 22.3 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 2.5 blocks in his senior season at Providence High School in Charlotte, NC. He led the team in scoring, rebounding, and blocked shots. Hampton was the fourth player to score 1,000 points at Providence (1,115 career points). He was selected to play in the Charlotte Pro-Am All-Star Classic and named MVP in the Lindberg Moody Holiday Classic. Hampton earned All-District honors from the NC Basketball Coaches Association.

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#11 Trevin Parks

Sophomore • Guard • 5-9 • 165 • Hickory, NC/UNC-Charlotte High School/Personal Joins the Golden Bulls after seeing limited playing time as a freshman at UNCCharlotte. Parks was the NCBCA District 10 Player of the Year and averaged 24 points, three rebounds and five assists his senior season at Hickory. He was a three-year varsity letter winner for head coach Shawn Johnson. Parks led Hickory to a 72-17 combined record that included Catawba Valley Athletic 2A-3A Conference regular-season titles in 2008 and 2009. He completed his career with 1,461 points.

PARKS’ CAREER STATISTICS (@ UNC-CHARLOTTE) Yr. GP/GS FG-FGA Pct. 09-10 10/0 6-11 54.5% Totals 10/0 6-11 54.5%

3FG-FGA 0-1 0-1

Pct. 0% 0%

FT-FTA 4-7 4-7

Pct. Rebs Avg. 57.1% 3 0.3 57.1% 3 0.3

#23 Antwan Wilkerson

Freshaman • Forward • 6-6 • 205 • Greensboro, NC/Western Guilford HS High School/Personal Wilkerson averaged 18 points and nine rebounds in his senior season at Western Guilford HS. Wilkerson earned All-conference and All-area first team honors as a senior.

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A 4 4

TO Blk 1 0 1 0

S Pts Avg. 0 16 1.6 0 16 1.6


#3 Robert Williams

Freshman • Forward • 6-4 • 190 • Atlanta, GA/Sandy Creek HS High School/Personal Williams was listed on the Prep Zone as one of the top 50 offensive players for high school students in the state of Georgia. Williams led Sandy Creek HS in scoring, assists, and rebounds his senior season. He was MVP, captain, and selected to the Fayette County All-Star and All-State Basketball Team in his final high school season.

#15 Thaddeus Williams

Freshman • Guard • 6-0 • 165 • Salisbury, NC/Salisbury HS High School/Personal Played point guard at Salisbury High School…U.S. Marines Distinguished Athlete Scholarship recipent…named team captain his senior season…selected to the Indiana All-Star Team…career aspiration is to become successful…hobbies include listening to music, movies, and sleeping…chose JCSU because it’s close and provides HBCU experience and I wanted to play basketball here

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2010-11 CIAA Predicted Order of Finish NORTHERN DIVISION

Elizabeth City University Bowie State University Virginia Union University Virginia State University Chowan University St. Paul’s College Lincoln University (PA)

SOUTHERN DIVISION

Winston-Salem State University Johnson C. Smith University Shaw University St. Augustine’s College Livingstone College Fayetteville State University

2010-11 All-CIAA Preseason Men’s Basketball Team Name School Class Pos Travis Hyman BSU JR C Mark Brown CU JR G Marquie Cooke ECSU JR G Paul Goldsmith ECSU JR F Ronald Thornhill JCSU SR G Greg Henry LC JR F Donte Durant LC SR F Maurice Reevy SPC SR F Raheem Smith SU SR G Brandon Plummer VSU SR G Paul Davis WSSU SR F Braxton Byerson VUU SR G

Ht 6’11 6’4 6’3 6’6 5’10 6’4 6’3 6’6 6’2 6’1 6’9 6’3

Major Hometown Communications Glen Burnie, MD Pre-law Suffolk, VA Sports Management Suffolk, VA Sports Management Fayetteville, NC Psychology Alberta, VA Computer Info System Atlanta, GA Criminal Justice Washington, DC Business Management Richmond, VA Recreation Greenville, SC Biology Norfolk, VA Physical Education Clio, SC Marketing Colonial Heights, VA

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Coaching Staff


Stephen Joyner, Sr. Head Coach JCSU, 1973 • 24th Season at JCSU

Stephen Joyner, Sr. is in his 24th season as head coach of the JCSU Golden Bulls men’s basketball team. A native of Winston-Salem, NC Joyner’s success in basketball began at Atkins High School where he was the second leading scorer on the 1969 undefeated North Carolina State 4-A Championship Team. With a stellar high school career, Joyner became the star point guard for the Golden Bulls from 1969-73. After a stint as an assistant coach at Virginia Union University, he received his first head coaching position with Smith’s women’s team in 1980, building the Golden Bulls into one of the CIAA’s most competitive programs. He guided the women’s team to its first appearance in the NCAA South Atlantic Regional Tournament. To get there, Smith won its first CIAA Southern Division Championship and finished second in the conference tournament. After compiling a 92-87 record with the women’s team, Joyner took over as the head men’s coach in 1987. For over two decades, he has taken the men’s program to unprecedented levels, establishing Smith as one of the most feared teams in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association. His career record is 420-245 (as of 10/07/10). Throughout his 23-year tenure as coach, Joyner has collected numerous accomplishments during his career. Joyner is the winningest men’s basketball coach in Golden Bulls history, having recorded over 400 victories. He led the Golden Bulls to the CIAA Western Division Title in 1992, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. In 2000, his team finished fourth in the CIAA, third place finishes in 1991, 1993 and 2003, second place finishes in 1992, 1998, 2002, and 2006. Coach Joyner has captured the CIAA

Tournament Championship in 2001, 2008, and 2009. He was selected as the CIAA Coach of the Year and (1992, 1997, 2001) and NCAA Division II South Atlantic Region Coach of the Year in 2001. In the 2000-01 season, he led the team to victory in the Harbor City Classic in Baltimore, Maryland, the Legacy Classic in Charlotte, North Carolina, the CIAA Western Division Championship, the University’s first ever CIAA Tournament Championship, the University’s first ever NCAA South Atlantic Regional Championship and first appearance in the NCAA Elite Eight National Tournament held in Bakersfield, California. His Golden Bulls completed their historical season by being ranked #10 in the final NCAA poll and #2 in the Final Sheridan Broadcasting Network poll of black colleges. In all, Joyner has taken the Bulls to seven CIAA Divisional Titles and has produced 25 All-CIAA performers and five All-Americans, many who received those honors multiple times. In addition, his up-tempo style produced JCSU’s top two career scorers, Columbus “Green Light” Parker and Mark Sherrill, who now serves as Joyner’s top assistant coach at Smith. Joyner is an active member of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Basketball Coaches Association (CIAA-BCA) and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). Joyner is an NCAA Division II Congressmen and member of the All-American Committee. He previously served as a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) South Atlantic Regional Ranking Committee. He serves as a member of the McCrorey YMCA Board. The Bulls success on the court is matched by the success of the student-athletes in the classroom. Joyner strongly believes that students who excel in academics give him an advantage as a coach. “Watching an athlete mature is an accomplishment in its self,” said Joyner. “When athletes graduate, you know that you have developed the student spiritually, physically, and mentally.” Under Joyner, Smith consistently ranks at the top of the CIAA cumulative grade point average. At Smith, where academics are always priority, Joyner is a vindicator for education first for all players. Joyner earned a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from Johnson C. Smith University and a master’s degree in guidance and counseling from Virginia State University. Joyner and his wife Narell live in Charlotte, North Carolina. They have two sons and a daughter: Steve Jr., who serves as the top assistant women’s basketball coach at Florida A&M University, Brian, and Janel, a graduate from The University of North Carolina. The Joyners are also the proud grandparents of a baby girl (Alicia).

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Joyner Career Breakdown

Season-By-Season

Year 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Overall

School W- L Johnson C. Smith 14-14 Johnson C. Smith 6-21 Johnson C. Smith 16-12 Johnson C. Smith 23-7 Johnson C. Smith 25-7 Johnson C. Smith 20-8 Johnson C. Smith 15-11 Johnson C. Smith 21-9 Johnson C. Smith 11-16 Johnson C. Smith 9-17 Johnson C. Smith 22-9 Johnson C. Smith 19-8 Johnson C. Smith 16-13 Johnson C. Smith 27-5 Johnson C. Smith 23-8 Johnson C. Smith 20-9 Johnson C. Smith 16-13 Johnson C. Smith 16-13 Johnson C. Smith 23-8 Johnson C. Smith 16-9 Johnson C. Smith 21-10 Johnson C. Smith 23-8 Johnson C. Smith 18-10 Johnson C. Smith 420-245

W/L Pct .500 .222 .571 .767 .781 .714 .577 .700 .407 .346 .710 .704 .552 .844* .742 .690 .552 .552 .742 .640 .677* .742* .643 .632

*=CIAA Championship Coaching Career Accolades • • • • • • • •

Winningest Active Coach in CIAA (420 wins) NCAA Division II South Atlantic Regional Champion (2001) Three-time CIAA Champion (2001, 2008, 2009) NCAA Division II South Atlantic Region Coach of the Year (2001) Three-time CIAA Coach of the Year (1992, 1997, 2001) Seven-time CIAA Western Divisional Title (1992, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) Winningest Men’s Basketball Coach in Johnson C. Smith history Won first conference and regional championship in Johnson C. Smith history Johnson C. Smith Golden Bulls Basketball


Assistant Coach & Support Staff

Mark Sherrill First Assistant

Mark Sherrill begins his 18th season as the top assistant coach for his alma mater. As a student-athlete at Johnson C. Smith, Sherrill was a four year letterman and completed his basketball career ranking second in all-time JCSU scoring with 2,552 points. He is currently sixth in all-time CIAA scoring. Sherrill was recognized as All-CIAA “Rookie of the Year” in 1989 and an All-American and All-CIAA athlete during the 1990-92 seasons. As the assistant coach, his main duties with the team include development of post players, scouting, and recruiting. During his 17 years along side head coach Stephen Joyner, Sr., Sherrill has helped the Golden Bulls men’s basketball team reach new heights. JCSU captured the CIAA Western Division title in 2001, 2002, 2006, 2007, and 2008. The 2000-01 season proved to be magical when Johnson C. Smith won the CIAA Western Division Championship, the University’s first ever CIAA Tournament Championship, the University’s first ever NCAA South Atlantic Regional Championship and first appearance in the NCAA Elite Eight National Tournament held in Bakersfield, California. Sherrill’s contributions have guided the Golden Bulls to three CIAA Tournament Championships (2001, 2008, 2009). Sherrill earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from JCSU in 1992. He currently resides in Charlotte, NC with his three children: M.J., Stephen and Stephanie.

Sherrell Purcell

Team Manager

Sherrell Purcell enters her fourth season as the men’s basketball team manager. Purcell faciliates various aspects of the men’s basketball program. Purcell is a senior Social Work major from Raeford, NC. Upon graduation, she aspires to work in a social work agency and pursue a master’s degree. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging with her friends, shopping, and texting on the phone.

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2009-10 Statistics JCSU Golden Bulls Johnson C. Smith Combined Team Statistics (as of Dec 18, 2010) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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02 03 05 10 11 12 20 21 22 23 25 42 44 52

Player

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

HOME 11-3 8-3 3-0

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

gp-gs

HOLLIS,Jerry DIXON,Mitchell THORNHILL,Ronald LEWIS,Devonne BURUM,Bobby OTEY,James MOBLEY,Brian CARTER,Ryan SMITH,Calvin DRUMMER,Dante' DILLARD,James COOPER,Michael JACKSON,Earl BOYD,Delonta Team Total.......... Opponents......

OVERALL 18-10 12-8 6-2

26-23 16-0 27-25 23-2 7-0 28-15 28-28 28-13 25-0 28-14 26-19 28-0 23-1 8-0

770 65 933 140 17 400 758 713 126 547 734 253 134 34

28 28

5624 5576

29.6 4.1 34.6 6.1 2.4 14.3 27.1 25.5 5.0 19.5 28.2 9.0 5.8 4.3

JCSU-M 2018 72.1 +5.9 728-1530 .476 128-340 .376 4.6 434-628 .691 15.5 992 35.4 -0.8 404 14.4 466 16.6 -0.4 0.9 237 8.5 117 4.2 14987 14-1070 -

1st 2nd 938 1076 863 977

157-284 4-11 119-300 14-35 2-9 24-77 124-227 26-72 14-36 48-107 135-259 40-72 6-21 15-20

.553 1-3 .364 0-0 .397 82-205 .400 2-8 .222 0-2 .312 15-43 .546 22-50 .361 3-14 .389 0-5 .449 2-8 .521 1-2 .556 0-0 .286 0-0 .750 0-0

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

OT Totals 4 2018 16 1856

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100-143 14-23 37-45 2-3 0-0 11-14 59-72 26-40 0-2 45-70 82-122 38-56 19-33 1-5

Date 11/17/09 11/20/09 11/21/09 11/23/09 11/28/09 11/30/09 12/12/09 12/15/09 12/17/09 01/02/10 01/04/10 01/09/10 01/11/10 01/16/10 01/18/10 01/23/10 01/25/10 01/28/10 02/02/10 02/04/10 02/06/10 02/08/10 2/11/10 02/13/10 02/15/10 02/18/10 02/20/10 02/25/10

.699 .609 .822 .667 .000 .786 .819 .650 .000 .643 .672 .679 .576 .200

off

65 1 10 1 1 10 34 12 7 42 43 16 12 7 42 728-1530 .476 128-340 .376 434-628 .691 303 654-1638 .399 145-559 .259 401-600 .668 412 OPP 1854 66.2 654-1638 .399 145-559 .259 5.2 401-600 .668 14.3 1015 36.2 322 11.5 455 16.3 0.7 239 8.5 80 2.9 15353 11-1190 3-754

.333 .000 .400 .250 .000 .349 .440 .214 .000 .250 .500 .000 .000 .000

AWAY 6-5 4-5 2-0

NEUTRAL 1-2 0-0 1-2

Rebounds def tot avg

138 2 53 9 1 39 86 62 12 53 119 41 23 9 42 689 603

203 3 63 10 2 49 120 74 19 95 162 57 35 16 84 992 1015

7.8 0.2 2.3 0.4 0.3 1.8 4.3 2.6 0.8 3.4 6.2 2.0 1.5 2.0

pf dq

56 6 34 16 2 32 79 53 13 56 70 44 20 10

35.4 491 36.2 503

Opponent BLUEFIELD STATE vs Allen vs Felician ELIZABETH CITY STATE at Lincoln University at Bowie State at Bluefield State ST. PAUL'S CATAWBA VIRGINIA STATE VIRGINIA UNION at Elizabeth City State ST. PAUL'S LINCOLN UNIVERSITY BOWIE STATE at Virginia Union at Virginia State at St. Augustine's FAYETTEVILLE STATE SHAW at Livingstone College ST. AUGUSTINE'S at Chowan at Fayetteville State at Shaw CHOWAN LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE vs Chowan

* - Conference game

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a

0 66 0 7 0 63 0 7 0 1 1 64 4 27 0 105 0 6 0 22 2 23 0 5 0 6 0 2

to blk stl

83 8 44 12 2 44 58 82 17 35 44 19 5 4 9 7 404 466 - 322 455

W W L L W L W W W W L L W W W W W L W W L Lot W W L W W L

51 1 2 0 0 0 14 3 1 7 34 3 1 0

31 4 35 5 0 27 46 44 5 15 19 3 2 1

pts

avg

415 22 357 32 4 74 329 81 28 143 353 118 31 31

16.0 1.4 13.2 1.4 0.6 2.6 11.8 2.9 1.1 5.1 13.6 4.2 1.3 3.9

117 237 2018 80 239 1854

72.1 66.2

Score 92-58 68-57 68-72 38-54 74-53 64-76 80-50 92-71 65-59 88-57 77-87 65-74 91-63 86-69 79-70 64-61 72-71 78-85 84-70 68-67 65-82 71-83 67-62 84-50 60-65 66-56 66-60 46-74

Att. 893 1139 1123 849 509 1261 158 241 217 691 314 2614 1231 1371 1437 1432 3050 727 583 1796 1200 1684 0 1037 1103 1298 2382 0


2009-10 Statistics JCSU Golden Bulls Johnson C. Smith Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (as of Dec 18, 2010) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date 11/17/09 11/20/09

OVERALL 18-10 12-8 6-2

Opponent BLUEFIELD STATE vs Allen

HOME 11-3 8-3 3-0 W W

Score 92-58 68-57 L L

L

11/21/09 11/23/09 11/28/09

vs Felician *ELIZABETH CITY STATE at Lincoln University

W

68-72 38-54 74-53

11/30/09 12/12/09 12/15/09

*at Bowie State at Bluefield State *ST. PAUL'S

W W

64-76 80-50 92-71

12/17/09 01/02/10 01/04/10 01/09/10 01/11/10 01/16/10 01/18/10 01/23/10 01/25/10 01/28/10 02/02/10 02/04/10 02/06/10

CATAWBA *VIRGINIA STATE *VIRGINIA UNION *at Elizabeth City State *ST. PAUL'S LINCOLN UNIVERSITY *BOWIE STATE *at Virginia Union *at Virginia State *at St. Augustine's *FAYETTEVILLE STATE *SHAW *at Livingstone College

02/08/10 2/11/10 02/13/10 02/15/10 02/18/10 02/20/10 02/25/10

*ST. AUGUSTINE'S *at Chowan *at Fayetteville State *at Shaw *CHOWAN *LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE vs Chowan

W W

W W W W W W W

W W W W

65-59 88-57 77-87 65-74 91-63 86-69 79-70 64-61 72-71 78-85 84-70 68-67 65-82

71-83 67-62 84-50 60-65 66-56 66-60 46-74

L L

L

L

Lot

L

L

AWAY 6-5 4-5 2-0 Att. High Points 893 (25)DILLARD,James 1139 (16)DILLARD,James (16)HOLLIS,Jerry 1123 (17)DRUMMER,Dante' 849 (10)HOLLIS,Jerry 509 (12)COOPER,Michael (12)BOYD,Delonta (12)HOLLIS,Jerry 1261 (23)HOLLIS,Jerry 158 (19)MOBLEY,Brian 241 (25)THORNHILL,Ronald 217 691 314 2614 1231 1371 1437 1432 3050 727 583 1796 1200

(26)HOLLIS,Jerry (20)THORNHILL,Ronald (24)THORNHILL,Ronald (12)DRUMMER,Dante' (21)DILLARD,James (32)HOLLIS,Jerry (22)THORNHILL,Ronald (20)THORNHILL,Ronald (17)THORNHILL,Ronald (20)THORNHILL,Ronald (25)THORNHILL,Ronald (14)HOLLIS,Jerry (14)DRUMMER,Dante' (14)MOBLEY,Brian

1684 (24)DILLARD,James (25)HOLLIS,Jerry 1037 (21)DILLARD,James 1103 (17)HOLLIS,Jerry 1298 (28)MOBLEY,Brian 2382 (20)HOLLIS,Jerry (16)THORNHILL,Ronald

* - Conference game Attendance Summary

Home Away Neutral Total

Games

Attend

Avg/Game

14 11 3 28

14987 13091 2262 30340

1070 1190 754 1084

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NEUTRAL 1-2 0-0 1-2 High Rebounds (8)DILLARD,James (12)DILLARD,James (8)DILLARD,James (11)HOLLIS,Jerry (7)COOPER,Michael

(10)HOLLIS,Jerry (8)DRUMMER,Dante' (9)DILLARD,James (9)HOLLIS,Jerry (13)HOLLIS,Jerry (9)HOLLIS,Jerry (6)HOLLIS,Jerry (8)HOLLIS,Jerry (10)HOLLIS,Jerry (19)HOLLIS,Jerry (11)HOLLIS,Jerry (9)DILLARD,James (8)DILLARD,James (6)HOLLIS,Jerry (8)HOLLIS,Jerry (7)HOLLIS,Jerry (5)DILLARD,James (5)JACKSON,Earl (5)DRUMMER,Dante' (7)DILLARD,James (9)HOLLIS,Jerry (9)HOLLIS,Jerry (5)DILLARD,James (11)HOLLIS,Jerry (11)HOLLIS,Jerry (6)DILLARD,James (6)CARTER,Ryan


History & Records


Men’s All-Time Records COACHING RECORDS C. Randolph Taylor (1928-29) J. Frederick Thomas (1929-30) *L.P. Bynum (1930-31) Herbert Penn (1935-45) Jack S. Brayboy (1946-48; (1952-55) Calvin Irving (1951-52) C.L. Cline (1955-56) Eddie McGrit (1959-62) Bill McCullough (1962-69) Joe Alston (1969-74) Jerome Fitch (1974-78) Robert Moore (1978-87) Steve Joyner (1988- )

6-11 11-10 10-15 125-57 67-67 14-5 1-15 48-26 82-63 81-49 49-61 148-101 420-245

All-Time men’s record:

1,041-715

Most Free-Throws 1,099 Columbus Parker, 1989-93

Field Goals Attempted: 36 Walter Hurd, 1989

Rebound Average 17.3 Bob Butts, 1968-72

ALL-CIAA PERFORMERS Claude Saunders 1955 Joseph Crenshaw 1959 Larry Hancock 1961 James Hester 1962 Fred “Curly” Neal 1963 Charles Turner 1965 Reginald Randolph 1967 Jackie Wilson 1967 Robert Butts 1970-71 George Cooper 1974-75 Robert Lewis 1976 Herbert Entminger 1977-78 Sonny Proctor 1978 Francis Proctor 1979-80 William Tibbs 1979, 1982 Larcell Oliver 1980 Phil Flores 1981 Roosevelt McGruder 1984 Dante Johnson 1985-87 Vincent Brown 1986-87 Chris Jones 1988 Walter Hurd 1989 Mark Sherill 1990-92 Columbus Parker 1991-93 Robert Boykins 1993-95 Tyron Satterfield 1993 Melvin Abrams 1995-96 Alex Thompson 1996-97 Benny Mars 1998 Marquis Wright 1998 Christopher Reese 1999 Lemans Shingler 1999-2001 Wiyle Petty 2000-01 Marco Spears 2002-03 Antoine Sims 2002 Vernon Benjamin 2003 Charles Clark 2005-06 John Fulton 2005-06 Maurice Hooper 2007 Jerry Hollis 2008-2009 James Dillard 2009

Best Free-Throw Percentage: 83.9% Vincent Brown, 1985-88 Most Rebounds: 1,379 George Cooper, 1971-75 Assists: 732 Phil Flores, 1978-81 Steals: 341 Sonny Proctor, 1977-81

*Records for 1931-35 seasons for L.P. Bynum are undetermined

Points by a Freshman 605 Columbus Parker, 1989-93

SCORING 2,586 Columbus Parker 2,552 Mark Sherrill 2,077 George Cooper 2,012 Dante Johnson 1,769 Melvin Abrams 1,737 Francis Proctor 1,640 Robert Boykins 1,627 Wiyle Petty 1,616 Larcell Oliver 1,544 John Fulton 1,502 Roosevelt McGruder 1,470 Clarence Barnes 1,460 James Hester 1,426 Jerry Hollis 1,420 Lemans Shingler 1,404 Herbert Entzimger 1,400 Phil Flores 1,344 Maurice Hooper 1,295 Antoine Sims 1,161 Ryan Scott 1,150 Marco Spears 1,076 James Dillard 1,050 Jerome Givens

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

1989-93 1988-92 1971-75 1983-87 1993-96 1976-1980 1992-95 1997-2001 1978-1982 2003-06 1980-1984 1957-61 1959-63 2006-10 1997-2001 1975-78 1978-82 2004-08 2000-02 2006-09 2001-03 2006-10 2003-07

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Scoring: 2,586 Columbus Parker, 1989-93 Scoring Average: 22.4 Columbus Parker 1989-93 Field Goals Attempted: 1,950 Mark Sherrill, 1988-92

Field Goals Made: 301 George Cooper, 1974-75 Field Goals Attempted: 642 Robert Lewis 1974-75 Field Goal Percentage: 68% Dante Johnson 1986-87 68.6% Lemans Shingler 1997-98 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: 279 Antoine Sims 2001-02 Free Throws Made: 110 Antoine Sims 2001-02 Free Throw percentage: 100% Benjamin Chasten 2001-02 INDIVDUAL GAME RECORD Points: 49 Jackie Wilson vs. Fayetteville State, 1967 George Cooper vs. Virginia State, 1975 Walter Hurd vs. Shaw, 1989 Columbus Parker vs. Fayetteville State, 1990 Free-throw percentage: 100% Walter Hurd (18 of 18) vs. St. Paul’s 1989 Three-Point Field Goals Made: 9 Columbus parker, 1990 Antoine Sims vs. Augustine’s (2-12-02)

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The University


Johnson C. Smith University Founded in 1867 as Biddle Memorial Institute, the university enrolls approximately 1,500 students and confers bachelor’s degrees to hundreds of students each year in 27 different majors. Each student receives an IBM laptop computer equipped with the latest software and wireless capabilities. Internet access is provided through electronic data ports in the library, dormitory rooms and multimedia classrooms. Network access is available through dial-up modem for offcampus students.

The university’s service learning component, which combines academics and community service, has become a national model to other higher education institutions. Extensive career development opportunities abound through co-op programs and internships with more than 90 companies.

Administration

President – Dr. Ronald L. Carter Executive Asst. to the President for Administration – Mr. Rixon Campbell Vice President for Academic Affairs – Dr. Lisa Montgomery Vice President for Institutional Advancement – Ms. Joy Paige Vice President for Business and Finance – Mr. Gerald Hector Asst. Vice President for Business and Finance – Mr. James King Dean of Student Development - Mrs. Cathy Jones Dean of Enrollment Services - Mr. George Harris Asst. VP for Government Sponsored Programs & Research– Dr. Diane Bowles Director of Athletics – Mr. Stephen Joyner, Sr. Special Assistant to the President - Mr. Idrise Strange

School Motto:

“Sit Lux” – “Let There Be Light”

Presidental Vision

Johnson C. Smith’s 13th President, Dr. Ronald L. Carter, has issued a challenge to faculty, staff, students, staff, alumni, trustees and friends. He has envisioned a path to move JCSU from good to great on the educational landscape so that we may live on our growing edge. In his vision, he has six priorities that will outline the way we move forward: • • • • • •

Academic Excellence – Shift the weight between quantity and quality in the University’s policies and procedures that currently lean toward quantity, which in effect has led to inconsistent levels of Smith’s programs, faculty and students. Operational Performance – Develop a focused University strategy that is based on a comprehensive management information system and measureable outcomes. Advising Research Mastery – Attract, hire, and maintain a differential faculty of teacher-advisers, teacher scholars, and applied researchers. Diversity – Attract a critical mass of highly motivated, high achieving students across racial, ethnic, and national boundaries. Distinctive Student Experience – Accelerate the University’s scheduled maintenance plan, especially in the classrooms and dormitories. Community Engagement – Lead sustained and actionable conversations with the City and coalitions of developers concerning the revitalization of the Urban Distinct that is Johnson C. Smith’s front door.

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University Facts •

• •

Each full-time student receives laptop computer equipped with complete access to a campus-wide network through wired and wireless connectivity. Internet access is provided through electronic data ports in the library, dormitory rooms (one per pillow) and multimedia classrooms. The university has made a commitment to utilizing technology in the classroom by implementing “Smart Classrooms” which have varying degrees of technology faculty can use to engage students. JCSU has been ranked several times by U.S. News and World Report as one of the best comprehensive colleges in the South, Johnson C. Smith University continues to be a leader among private liberal arts colleges in the nation.

The University enrolls approximately 1,500 students and confers bachelor’s degrees to hundreds of students each year in 27 different majors. Johnson C. Smith’s service learning component, which combines academics and community service, has become a national model to other higher education institutions. Extensive career development opportunities abound through co-op programs and internships with more than 90 companies.

On December 27, 1892, Livingstone College and then Biddle Memorial Institute, (Johnson C. Smith University) played in the first black college football contest in snows of Salisbury, North Carolina, just two days after Christmas. This 118-year old historic rivalry still exist today with the Commemorative Classic.

Purpose/Mission Statement

Founded in 1867 under the auspices of the Committee on Freedmen of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) is an independent, private, coeducational institution of higher learning. Located in the rapidly growing metropolis of Charlotte, North Carolina, “Queen City of the South,” this historically African-American university has a residential campus with a familiar atmosphere in which students are stimulated and nurtured by dedicated and caring faculty and staff. Consistent with its Christian roots, the university recognizes the importance of moral and ethical values to undergird intellectual development and all endeavors. JCSU believes in the unrelenting pursuit of knowledge and in the values of cultivating the life of the mind. The university assigns great significance to the development of self-confidence, to the understanding of ones’ own heritage as well as an awareness of the cultures of others, to exploration of the myriad forces affecting people of a complex technological age, and to formulating a sense of one’s role in this schema.

The mission of JCSU is to provide an outstanding education for a diverse group of talented and highly motivated students from various ethnic, socioeconomic, and geographical backgrounds. The university offers a liberal education in conjunction with concentrated study in specialized fields, in preparation for advanced study and specific careers.

as collaboratively, and demonstrate competence in their chosen fields. Further, it provides an environment in which students can fulfill their physical, social, cultural, spiritual, and other personal needs through which they can develop a compelling sense of social and civic responsibility for leadership and service in a dynamic, multicultural society. Likewise, the university embraces its responsibility to provide leadership, service, and lifelong learning to the larger community. Regarding teaching effectiveness as paramount in its educational enterprise, JCSU has a commitment to the recruitment and retention of an outstanding faculty. To this end, the university promotes faculty development, encourages faculty involvement in research and other creative activities, and endorses the principles of academic freedom.

To ensure the integrity and stability of its status and the perpetuation of its rich legacy, Johnson C. Smith University has a firm resolve to maintain the fiscal and human resources requisite to be a truly distinctive institution—a hallmark of excellence in its students, faculty, staff, administrators, academic and other programs, facilities, operations, and environment.

Notable Alumni

Frederick Branch ’42 first African American officer in the United States Marine Corps.

Eva M. Clayton ‘55 Clayton and Mel Watt were the first African Americans elected to the House of Representatives from North Carolina since 1898 (since Clayton won the special election, she took office before Watt).

Charlie Dannelly ‘62 is a Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly representing the state’s thirty-eighth Senate district since 1995. Richard Erwin ‘47 In 1980, President Jimmy Carter appointed Erwin as the first black federal judge in North Carolina. Vincent Matthew ‘70 winner of two gold medals at the 1968 Summer Olympics and 1972 Summer Olympics.

Pettis Norman ’62 former tight end with the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and San Diego Chargers. He is on the top-50 greatest Dallas Cowboys of All-Time. (the school’s annual award given to the outstanding student-athlete is called the Pettis Norman Award.) Fred “Curly” Neal ‘62 legendary former member of the Harlem Globetrotters.

Chet Grimsley ’78 recognized as the first Euro-American to garner accolades as All-CIAA and All-American at JCSU and at an HBCU. Author of “White Golden Bull.”

The university endeavors to produce graduates who are able to communicate effectively, think critically, learn independently as well

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Dr. Ronald Carter President of Johnson C. Smith University

Dr. Ronald L. Carter, a native of High Point, N.C., became the 13th president of Johnson C. Smith University on July 1, 2008. With more than 30 years serving students and universities, Dr. Carter brings an impressive record of community leadership, academic administration, and budget management to the position. Upon graduating magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology and philosophy from Morehouse College in 1971, Dr. Carter began his distinguished career at Boston University’s Martin Luther King Jr. Center, where by 1981, he rose to become the school’s youngest dean of students. While at Boston University, Dr. Carter pursued graduate studies, earning both a Master of Theology degree and a Ph.D. in philosophy of religion. In the late 1980s, Dr. Carter’s interaction with relatives of Nelson Mandela compelled him to put his abilities to work in South Africa. Prior to Mandela’s release from prison in 1990 and the abolition of apartheid, Dr. Carter was named senior administrator of the Health Services Development Unit at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. The program he served was dedicated to improving the health of local communities through the development of model approaches based on primary health care principles and decentralized rural health systems. Within five years at the university, he again defied the status quo by becoming the school’s dean of students— and one of the first black administrators at the traditionally white institution. As dean of students, he created and received funding for the Wits Black Schools Partnership Programme that brought the university together with more than 4,000 high school students to enhance learning in township schools that were disadvantaged by apartheid. In addition, he helped raise $500,000 to support an initiative between the BookSmart Foundation and the university to provide five computer centers and more than four million books to children, schools, and libraries in South African townships. Dr. Carter returned to the United States in 1997 as the provost and dean of faculty at Coker College in Hartsville, S.C. His almost 11-year tenure at Coker College included key roles in the private liberal arts college’s strategic planning, academic and student development, financial management, and fund-raising. At Coker College he created a Distinguished International Visiting Scholars Program and a Distinguished Lecture Series. He also provided guidance and oversight for the college’s Center for Leadership and Community Development, which partnered the college with community-based organizations, governmental departments, and funding organizations. A conceptual

framework he worked with at Coker College for assessing and evaluating student learning outcomes in general education has been published in Assessing Student Learning in General Education. His many community involvements have included serving as ethicist for the Pee Dee Regional Center Ethics Committee, chairman of the Darlington County Disabilities and Special Needs Board, member of the Greater Timmonsville Friends United Board of Directors, chair of the Darlington County Habitat for Humanity board, first vice-president and director of education of the Palmetto State and Baptist Convention, member of the Pee Dee United Negro College Fund Advisory Board, member of the Coastal Carolina University Dalton and Linda Floyd Mentoring Program Advisory Board, and vice president of the Hartsville Rotary Club. With research and teaching interests in the areas of medical ethics, ethical theory, and philosophic-religious issues, Dr. Carter has held faculty positions at both Coker College and Boston University. While at Boston University, he was director of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Career, Educational and Counseling Services and served as senior editor of Debate and Understanding, a scholarly journal for the study of minority Americans’ economic, political, and social development. His expertise in medical ethics and community involvement have brought him several national appointments, including moderator for the National Meeting of the Medical Institute for Sexual Health (2004-2006), chair of expert panel for the Connecting Parenting Adults and Youth Project funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2006), and chair of expert review panel of scientific measurement for an abstinence rating tool funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2007). He has appeared on numerous television and radio programs in South Africa and in the U.S., discussing educational issues and policies. Among his many honors and awards, Dr. Carter was appointed a Sloan Scholar at Morehouse College, a Danforth Fellow at Boston University, and a Merrill Scholar, Robert College, Istanbul, Turkey. He was a senior fellow at the Stedman Graham Leadership Institute of Chicago, and nominated by South Carolina Governor Jim Hodges to serve as a member of the John De La Howe School Board of Trustees. In 2006, Dr. Carter was the recipient of the 2006 South Carolina Dance Association President’s Award for promoting and supporting dance in South Carolina. He was recognized in the 2005/2006 edition of Blackbook as an outstanding citizen who is making a difference in Eastern South Carolina. Since becoming president, Dr. Carter has become very involved

in the Charlotte community. Currently, he is a board member with the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, Chair of the Charlotte Street Car Advisory Committee, Charlotte Center City Partners, Charlotte Museum of History, and Foundation for the Carolinas. He is the father of a daughter, Tumelo Rosalind Carter, and has been the foster parent of four other children.

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Director of Athletics

Stephen Joyner, Sr.

Stephen Joyner enters his sixth full season as Johnson C. Smith University’s Director of Athletics, a position he has held since April 1, 2005. Joyner previously served as the University’s assistant director of athletics. He also holds his longstanding position as JCSU Men’s Head Basketball Coach. “In my role as Director of Athletics, my primary focus has been and will continue to be the day-to-day operations and supervision of the departmental staff, while striving to promote effective communication amongst JCSU faculty, staff, studentathletes, alumni, media, and the general public,” says Joyner. JCSU has enjoyed unparalleled success under Joyner’s watch. During the 2005-06 season, JCSU won three CIAA Western Division Championships. The Golden Bulls claimed CIAA titles in men’s tennis, women’s basketball, and men’s basketball. In addition to a strong year in the CIAA, two Golden Bulls teams advanced to NCAA post-season competition (men’s and women’s basketball). Men’s and women’s basketball repeated this success during the 2007-08 season and again last season, when both teams captured the CIAA Tournament Championship (2008-09). Along with their excellence on the field, JCSU student-athletes have reached new heights in the classroom during Joyner’s tenure at the helm of the athletics program. Since his arrival, nearly 200 student-athletes have received their undergraduate degrees, half have graduated with honors, and several have gone on to pursue graduate degrees. The Class of 2010 Valedictorian and Salutatorian were studentathletes from the men’s tennis team and women’s track and field, respectively. The Salutatorian has been student-athlete three times from the previous four graduating classes. During the 2008-09 season, Joyner earned his 400th career coaching victory, his third CIAA Tournament crown (2001, 2008, 2009), and he was named Athletic Director of the Year by the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Joyner recently completed his 22nd season as head coach of the JCSU Golden Bulls Basketball Team. His career record is 420-245. A native of Winston-Salem, NC, Joyner was the standout point guard for the Golden Bulls from 1969-73. For more than two decades, he has taken the men’s program to unprecedented levels, establishing J.C. Smith as one of the most competitive teams in the CIAA and NCAA DII basketball. Joyner earned a bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Education from Johnson C. Smith University and a master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling from Virginia State University. Joyner and his wife, Narell, live in Charlotte, North Carolina. They have two sons and a daughter: Steve Jr., who serves as the Head Women’ Basketball Coach at Winston-Salem State University, Brian, and Janel, a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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JCSU Athletic Staff

Vanessa Taylor

Interim Senior Woman Administrator Vanessa Taylor is entering her first year as the Interim Senior Woman Administrator and entering her 10th season as head coach of the JCSU women’s basketball program. Prior to her joining the Golden Bulls staff, Taylor compiled an 83-95 record over seven years at Elizabeth City State University.

with sportsmanship, cooperate with the athletic director, athletic administration, fellow coaches and student-athletes to promote the best interests of the entire athletic program, conduct off-season training and conditioning sessions, and recruiting college caliber student-athletes that can improve the program and the University. Fulmore brings experience from Towson University where she served as the assistant director of compliance services since 2007. Prior to her stint at Towson, Fulmore was the compliance assistant at Morgan State University from 2005-2006.

The Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) is the highest ranking female in each NCAA athletic department or member conference. The designation of SWA is intended to encourage and promote the involvement of female administrators in meaningful ways in the decision-making process in intercollegiate athletics. The designation is intended to enhance representation of female experience and perspective at the institutional, conference and national levels and support women’s interests. Her daily responsibilities can include any department tasks and must include senior management team responsibilities. In nine seasons as head coach of the Lady Golden Bulls, Taylor has guided her team to the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Championship game on four separate occasions. JCSU finished as runners-up in 2003, 2006 and 2008; then captured the first ever women’s CIAA Tournament Championship at Johnson C. Smith in 2009. Thus far, her career record at JCSU is an impressive 167-100 and 250-195 overall.

Emerald Fulmore Compliance Coordinator

Emerald Fulmore joined Johnson C. Smith in December 2008 as the compliance coordinator for the athletic department. She also serves the Lady Golden Bulls Head Volleyball Coach. Fulmore brings coaching experience from her time spent as the head volleyball coach and assistant women’s basketball coach at Baltimore City Community College from 2006-2007. As the head volleyball coach, Fulmore will develop game strategies and direct student-athletes during games to compete

Originally from North Carolina, Fulmore is a native of Lumberton, NC. She graduated from Winston-Salem State University in 2004 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management and Business Administration. She received her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Morgan State University in May 2009.

Lamont Hinson Sports Information Director

Lamont Hinson is within his second year as the Director of Sports Information at Johnson C. Smith University. He joined the Golden Bull family in January of 2009. The multi-faceted SID has added many new features to the department in the area of sports information. Thus far, the JCSU Athletic media functionality has expanded. The Golden Bulls now provides live webcasts of football, basketball, home track & field, and some special events through the official JCSU Athletic website www.goldenbullsports.com. Prior to relocating to Charlotte, NC, Hinson served two years as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Fayetteville State University. Hinson also served the play-by-play announcer for volleyball and women’s basketball webcasts. He was the host during football season for the weekly coach’s show FSU Pigskin Press Talk as well as some other innovative ventures at Fayetteville State Hinson has covered Johnson C. Smith University athletics through a men’s and women’s basketball CIAA Championship seasons, hosting the 2010 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships, and the launch of the Commemorative Classic (annual football clash between JCSU and Livingstone College). A native of Fayetteville, NC, Hinson graduated cum laude from Fayetteville State University in 2003 with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration with a Marketing concentration. He later earned a Master’s in Business Administration and in Sports Management from Barry University in 2006.

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Dr. Deborah Quick

Tim Botic

Head Athletic Trainer

Tim Botic begins his sixth season as a member of the Golden Bulls athletic training staff. This is his second season as the head athletic trainer; Botic spent the previous four seasons as the assistant athletic trainer. Botic was born and raised in Milwaukee, WI.

He attended the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Athletic Training. He then attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he received a master’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science. While at UNCG, Botic worked as a graduate assistant at Greensboro College for two years. He enjoys woodworking, hiking, backwoods camping, reading and riding his Harley. He is a certified and licensed athletic trainer (ATC, LAT) and is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS). He, his wife Katie, and daughter Isabella make their home in Charlotte, NC with their two dogs, Ruckus and Melee.

Katie Hanes-Romano

Faculty Athletic Representative Deborah Brown Quick, Ph.D was appointed Faculty Athletic Representative for Johnson C. Smith University beginning in the 2010-2010 academic year.

As a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Johnson C. Smith University is required to designate a faculty member as Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR). The Faculty Athletics Representative plays a key role in the oversight of the intercollegiate athletics program by providing a voice that reflects traditional faculty values to ensure the academic integrity of the program and the welfare of student-athletes. She is also Associate Professor of Sociology and presently serves as Chair of Social and Behavioral Sciences. She is married with one child.

Dr. Antonia Mead

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Advisor

Kathryn Hanes-Romano enters her second season as the assistant athletic trainer on the Golden Bulls athletic training staff. Hanes-Romano attended Greensboro College, where she earned a bachelor of science in Athletic Training in 2006.

Dr. Antonia Mead currently serves as the advisor to the StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) her at JCSU. Mead has served as an Assistant Professor of Health Education at Johnson C. Smith University since 2005. She is also a Faculty Liaison for the Smith Institute for Applied Research.

She also earned a professional certificate in Nutrition for Optimal Health, Wellness, and Sports from North Carolina State University in 2007. Prior to joining the JCSU family, Hanes-Romano served as a certified and licensed athletic trainer for The Running School in Swan Lake, NY, Southeastern Orthopedic Specialists in Greensboro, NC, and Carolina Physical Therapy in New Bern from 2006 to 2008. She is currently a certified and licensed athletic trainer (ATC, LAT) and lifeguard/swim instructor. She and her husband, Victor, live in Lake Wylie, SC with their two dogs, Chip and Wilson.

She received her Ph.D. in Health Education & Health Promotion from the University of Alabama, a M.S. in Human Movement Science, and a B.S. in Biology both from the University of Memphis. CHES certified (Community Health Education Specialist), her research interest include minority health, college student health, and faith-based initiatives. Previous employment includes program coordinator for a teen pregnancy prevention program, community outreach program coordinator for a non-profit organization, research assistant, and communications/marketing intern. In addition to the SAAC Advisor, she is advisor for the Zeta Xi Chapter of Phi Epsilon Kappa. Involvement in professional organizations includes American Alliance for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD), the American Academy of Health Behavior (AAHB), Eta Sigma Gamma, and Phi Epsilon Kappa. Service/ volunteer activities include United Negro College Fund, Antioch MB Church, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

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JCSU Department of Athletics

Steven Aycock Head Football Coach

TIm Botic Head Athletic Trainer

Thomas Eaton Assistant Softball Coach

Ronnie Enoch Asst. Women’s Basketball / Bowling Coach

Lamont Hinson Sports Information Director

Stephen Joyner, Sr. AD / Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Venessa Roy Assistant Softball Coach

Mark Sherrill Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Eric Brown Craig Cox Assistant Football Assistant Football (DBs/Special Teams) (Def. Line/Recruiting)

James Cuthbertson Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach

Reginald Douglas Administrative Assistant

Emerald Fulmore Clement Gibbs Compliance Coordinator Strength & / Head Volleyball Coach Conditioning Coach

Lennox Graham Head T&F Coach / Stadium Manager

Katie Hanes-Romano Assistant Athletic Trainer

Peggy Lide Jarvis McConneaughay Anika Pimentel Cheerleader Advisor / Head Women’s Assistant Volleyball Athletics Event Bowling Coach Coach Coordinator

Dr. Deborah Quick Faculty Athletic Representative

Greg Richardson Assistant Football (Asst. HC/Def. Coord.)

Jovon Times Head Softball Coach

William Watkins Head Golf Coach

Maurice Flowers Assistant Football (QBs/Off. Coord.)

Steve Shipp Assistant Football (Wide Receivers)

Vanessa Taylor Head Women’s Basketball Coach/SWA

Mike Craft Assistant Football (Running Backs)

Kevin Thompson Assistant Football (Offensive Line)

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Amtrak Carolina Screen Printing Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Charlotte Mecklenburg Black Chamber of Commerce The Charlotte Observer The Charlotte Post Charlotte Regional Visitors Association (CRVA) Charlotte Sports Commission Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated Comfort Suites Northlake FDY, Inc. JCSU 100 Club JCSU Business Office JCSU CharlotteAlumni Chapter JCSU Print Shop Millennia Sports and Entertainment Solutions OrthoCarolina Visit Charlotte Wendy’s, a Carolina Restaurant Group

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CIAA Basketball History in the Making The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association is the oldest African-American athletic conference in the United States. Founded in 1912 on the campus of Hampton Institute (now Hampton University), the CIAA embodies a history rich in tradition which epitomizes the fortitude of its 10 colleges and universities. When the conference was founded it was originally known as the Colored Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Its founding fathers were Allen Washington and C.H. Williams of Hampton Institute; Earnest J. Marshall of Howard University; George Johnson of Lincoln University (PA); W.E. Atkins, Charles Fraser and H.P. Hargrove of Shaw University and J.W. Barco and J.W. Pierce of Virginia Union University. Student-athletes who compete in CIAA basketball this season continue a legacy of excellence that culminated in a competitive frenzy that began a half century ago. That culminating event was the first CIAA basketball tournament. Today, it is highly regarded as model for sports promotion. The first CIAA tournament was held at the end of the 1945-46 season in Turner’s Arena in Washington, D.C., where the North Carolina College men’s team reined victorious over that inaugural tournament. Lem Graves, who chronicled the tournament’s events for a weekly newspaper, wrote that it was the “all-time sports thrill of a lifetime.” Graves should receive a chorus of affirmation. The CIAA, which is comprised of 13 member institutions: Bowie State University, Chowan University, Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, Johnson C. Smith University, Lincoln University (PA), Livingstone College, Saint Augustine’s College, Saint Paul’s College, Shaw University, Virginia State University, Virginia Union University, and Winston-Salem State University, is divided into Northern and Southern Divisions, and sponsors sixteen annual championships. The men’s championships are football, cross country, basketball, indoor track, golf, outdoor track, baseball, and tennis. The eight women’s championships are cross country, basketball, indoor track, outdoor track, softball, volleyball, bowling and tennis. CIAA teams are recognized as national contenders in sports. In basketball, Virginia Union won NCAA Division II national titles in 2005, 1992, and 1980. North Carolina Central University (former affiliate) also won the national championship in 1989. CIAA basketball teams have appeared in the NCAA tournament each of the last thirty

years, and the conference has distinguished itself by having more teams compete for the national basketball title than any other conference at the Division II level. Division rivalries and heroic finishes are CIAA hallmarks. This season, more than any other, the legacy will surely continue… CIAA Sports Information Directors Association Greg Goings Sports Information Director Bowie State University goings@bowiestate.edu (301) 860-3574

Anthony Jeffries Sports Information Director Saint Augustine’s College awjeffries@st-aug.edu (919) 516-5158

Meredith Long Deputy Athletics Director/SID Chowan University longm@chowan.edu (252) 398-6468

Bianca Warren Sports Information Director Saint Paul’s College bwarren@saintpauls.edu (434) 848-1828

April Emory Sports Information Director Elizabeth City State University aemory@mail.ecsu.edu (252) 335-3278

Sherri Fillingham Sports Information Director Shaw University sfillingham@shawu.edu (919) 546-8250

Adrian Ferguson Sports Information Director Fayetteville State University afergus1@uncfsu.edu (910) 672-1254

Jason Pompey Sports Information Director Virginia State University jpompey@vsu.edu (804) 524-5028

Lamont Hinson Sports Information Director Johnson C. Smith University lhinson@jcsu.edu (704) 378-1118

Jim Junot Sports Information Director Virginia Union University jjunot@vuu.edu (804) 342-1493

Chris Weeden Sports Information Director Lincoln University (PA) cweeden@jcsu.edu (484) 365-7384

Trevin Goodwin Athletic Media Relations Director Winston-Salem State University goodwintq@wssu.edu (336) 750-2909

Richard Rogers Sports Information Director Livingstone College rrogers@livingstone.edu (704) 216-6179

Golden Bulls Game Operations Staff Otis Stroud Voice of the Golden Bulls Herbert Gidney Game Clock Operator Darryl Patterson Shot Clock Operator William Watkins Sports Info IT Specialist Kiana Brooks Statistician


• The population of the city of Charlotte is estimated at 648,000 with almost 1.6 million residents in the metro area. • The 21st largest city in the United States, Charlotte is the largest trading center in the southeast, second largest financial center in the United States and the center of the nation’s fifth largest urban region. • The Charlotte region is composed of 16 counties, including two counties in South Carolina, with the city of Charlotte serving as the hub. • Charlotte/Douglas International Airport, the national hub of US Airways, carries on average more than 585 flights daily on eight major airlines and six commuter carriers, which provide non-stop service to over 120 destinations. • Charlotte is the largest and most accessible city between Washington, D.C. and Atlanta, GA. More than 60% of the Unites States population lives within a two-hour flight of Charlotte and over six million people live within a 100-mile radius. • More than $1.8 trillion in financial assets are managed in the Charlotte region, home to the headquarters of the largest (Bank of America) and fourth largest (Wachovia) bank holding companies in the country. The Queen City was founded in 1769 and named for Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III of England. Charlotte is the nation’s second leading financial center.

• Site Selection Magazine placed Charlotte No. 1 in foreign business growth; there are more than 500 foreign-owned firms in Charlotte. • Fortune Magazine named Charlotte the city with the No. 1 “Pro-Business Attitude” in America. Charlotte ranks fifth in the number of Fortuneheadquartered companies; more than 300 of the Fortune 500 businesses have an office in Charlotte. Sources: Chamber of Commerce and the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport.


2010-11 MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE November 10 13

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Wingate Scrimmage Wingate, NC Claflin Scrimmage CHARLOTTE, NC 2010 Wendy’s/Claude Saunders JCSU Tip-off Classic St. Paul’s vs. Newberry Charlotte, NC WASHINGTON ADVENTIST CHARLOTTE, NC St. Paul’s vs. Washington Adventist Charlotte, NC NEWBERRY CHARLOTTE, NC 2010 Fresh Coast Classic Bowie State Milwaukee, WI St. Paul’s Milwaukee, WI Campbell Buies Creek, NC

December 4 13 16 18

BELMONT ABBEY ST. PAUL’S VIRGINIA STATE APPRENTICE SCHOOL

CHARLOTTE, NC CHARLOTTE, NC CHARLOTTE, NC CHARLOTTE, NC

7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 3:00PM

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Chowan Elizabeth City State LINCOLN (PA) St. Paul’s VIRGINIA UNION BOWIE STATE LIVINGSTONE Fayetteville State Winston-Salem State

Murfreesboro, NC Elizabeth City, NC CHARLOTTE, NC Lawrenceville, VA CHARLOTTE, NC CHARLOTTE, NC CHARLOTTE, NC Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem, NC

7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM

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Shaw FAYETTEVILLE STATE St. Augustine’s SHAW WINSTON-SALEM STATE ST. AUGUSTINE’S Livingstone

Raleigh, NC CHARLOTTE, NC Raleigh, NC CHARLOTTE, NC CHARLOTTE, NC CHARLOTTE, NC Salisbury, NC

7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM

Charlotte, NC

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Feb. 28- Mar. 5 CIAA Tournament *Home Games in Bold* Head Coach: Stephen Joyner, Sr. Assistant Coach – Mark Sherrill Sports Information Director: Lamont M. Hinson Athletic Director: Steve Joyner President: Ronald L. Carter, Ph.D.

7:00PM 12:00PM 2:00PM 4:00PM 12:00PM 6:00PM 2:00PM 2:00PM 7:00PM


2010-11 JCSU MBB Media Guides