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2013-2014 Recruiting Guide


University of the Ozarks


Table of Contents General Information 1 Table of Contents Coaching Staff 2 Head Coach David Ferrell 2 Assistant Coach Dillon Buchanan 2013-2014 Men’s Basketball Preview 3 Preview 4 Roster 4 Team Picture 2013-2014 Player Profiles 5-10 Player Profiles

2012-2013 Final Statistics and Results 11 Final Statistics and Results Men’s Program History 12 Career Leaders 12 Miscellaneous Records 13-15 Honors & Awards 16 Coaching Records 17 All-Time Series Records American Southwest Conference 18 ASC History & Current Members

Location Clarksville, Arkansas (7,719) Founded 1834 Enrollment 585 Nickname Eagles School Colors Purple & Gold Gym Mabee Gymnasium Mabee Gym Capacity 1700 National Affiliation NCAA III Conference American Southwest President Richard Dunsworth, JD Athletics Director Jimmy Clark Web Site www.ozarks.edu Team Information 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conference Record/Finish Home/Away/Neutral 2012-13 Postseason Returning Starters/Lost Lettermen Returning/Lost Newcomers

7-18 4-15 (7th ASC) 6-6/1-11/0-1 Did not qualify 1/4 5/12 10

Coaching Staff Head Coach David Ferrell (1st season) Office Phone 479-979-1326 E-mail dferrell@ozarks.edu Alma Mater, Yr. University of Arkansas, ‘86 Assistant Coach Dillon Buchanan Office Phone 479-979-1326 E-mail dbuchanan@ozarks.edu Student Assistant Coach Dylan Ballard Manager Mason Binkley Manager Vance Larison Sports Information Office Sports Information Director Josh Peppas Email jpeppas@ozarks.edu Phone 479-979-1483 Director of Social Media Emily Black Director of Video Technology Ryan West

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Coaching Staff David Ferrell Head Coach David Ferrell enters his first season as the Head Men’s Basketball at Ozarks. Ferrell, who was named the head coach in June of 2013, spent the last 21 years as the head boy’s basketball coach at West Fork High School (Ark.) where he posted a 458-176 (.733) record and made eight trips to the state tournament. He compiled a 510-202 (.716) career record in 24 years as a head coach at Shiloh Christian, Lincoln, Gravette and West Fork. Ferrell, who never had a losing season, won six conference championships and two regional championships at WFHS. He led the 2010-2011 Tigers to its best season in school history with a 34-3 record and an appearance in the state championship game. In his final three seasons at WFHS, Ferrell owned the school’s best three-year run with an 87-18 mark. Ferrell was voted the head coach of the Arkansas High Coaches Association (AHSCA) All-Star Game in 1994 and 2011. Ferrell, who has worked alongside Gus Malzahn, Mike Anderson and Jimmy Dykes during his coaching career, served as the Vice-President of the Arkansas High School Basketball Coaches Association prior to his position Ozarks. “I am extremely excited about this opportunity,” he Ferrell. “It is any coach’s dream to coach at the college level. I just knew it was the right time for me. And, it is icing on the cake to be able to coach my son for four more years and be with my daughter, who is the assistant women’s coach.” Ferrell’s on-the-court philosophy includes playing a fast-paced offensive style as well as taking threepoint shots in any offensive set. “I prefer to play a fast-paced game and shoot a high percentage from the three-point line,” he said. “I like to press and play fast on defense, too. It is a fun system to play in and the one key to it is effort.” During his career at WFHS, his teams won 27 different tournaments over 21 years. Ferrell produced 15 All-State players and 10 college players during his tenure. He was the Conference Coach of the Year eight times and was named the Northwest

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Arkansas Media Small Schools Coach of the Year in 2011. In 1995, he founded the popular Arkansas Athletes Outreach Top-25 basketball camp. Ferrell was also the athletics director the past 12 years at WFHS. “I am sold on the quality education the University of the Ozarks offers,” he said. “I am thankful the professors are so supportive. The student-teacher ratio is a great benefit also.” Ferrell received his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Physical Education from University of Arkansas. Ferrell and his wife, Kelly, are the parents of three children. Josh will be a freshman guard for the Eagles, daughter Jassa is a student at the University of Central Arkansas and daughter Jordyn is the assistant women’s basketball coach. Dillon Buchanan Assistant Coach Dillon Buchanan begins his first year as the assistant coach. Buchanan, a native of West Fork, Ark., was a volunteer assistant coach during the 20122013 season at West Fork High School where he helped the Tigers to a 27-8 record. He was a head coach at the Arkansas Athletes Outreach top-25 camp and has worked numerous summer camps at WFHS.


2013-2014 Outlook A bit of uncertainty surrounds the men’s basketball team entering the 2013-2014 season, but that won’t change how new head coach David Ferrell leads his program. With the loss of four starters, including two AllConference players, a season of change awaits the Eagles. Ferrell, who won 458 games at West Fork High School, will do what he has always done: preach the importance of taking strides daily. “I know it is cliché, but we want to take it one day at a time,” said Ferrell. “We talk to them constantly about trying to make progress each day. We just try to get better every day, and my experience is that if you do that, you can be pretty good before it is over. We only want to focus on the next opponent.” Key returners include 6-foot senior guard Andrew Cummings, 6-foot-3 junior forward Joshua Clark, 6-foot-4 sophomore forward Kristopher McCrary and 6-foot-6 sophomore forward Adam Geller. Added to the mix are a number of freshman as well as senior transfer Ricky Allen and 6-foot-3 sophomore forward Ted Beard IV. Allen played at Southern Arkansas University last season, while Beard IV is back after playing at Ozarks in 20072008. Cummings is the top scorer returning with a 11.6 points per game average. Cummings, who made the conference All-Defensive Team a year ago, led the team in steals (1.7) in 22 starts. Clark averaged 6.5 points and 2.5 rebounds per game, while McCrary averaged 2.5 points per game and nearly three rebounds per contest. Geller has made progress in year two and is expected to play a much bigger role this season. Beard IV averaged over ten points a game in 2007-2008. Allen could have the biggest impact of any player on the team, according to Ferrell. “If Ricky has a good year, we could have a good year,” said Ferrell. “If you have a point guard that can handle it and someone that can score, you should be able to find a way to stay in games. We have six or seven freshman that could get significant playing time, too.” The Eagles will likely be among the smallest teams in the American Southwest Conference. No player is taller than 6-foot-6. “Inside play is a big question mark,” he said. “It is yet to be determined how productive our inside game will be.” Ozarks was picked to finish last in the ASC preseason poll, but Ferrell is using it as motivation. A

preseason poll was hung in each player’s locker as a reminder of others’ expectations. Ferrell believes this type of expectation presents a unique opportunity. “We remind them daily about the preseason poll,” he said. “We try to tell them that the preseason has no bearing on what reality is. I’ve told our guys we have a unique opportunity to do something special.” Ferrell inherits a guard-oriented team, and anticipates taking full advantage of it. He hopes his team will play as fast on Andrew Cummings defense as it does on offense. “We want to push the ball the whole game,” he said. “One of our strengths is we are deep at guard. We will shoot a lot of three-pointers. But everything we do is built out of a trap. We like to pressure the ball and make other teams uncomfortable. Hopefully, we will play as fast on defense as we will on offense. I like to play with reckless abandonees on defense.” The key to finding success this season, according to Ferrell, is keeping his players mentally tough through the season’s entirety. “We need to be mentally tough enough to improve and then stay with that fight for the entire year,” he said. “I want to know how we handle success and failure.” Ferrell feels his team has made positive adjustments, but a new culture always brings new challenges. “It is hard to change the culture,” he said. “The guys have some built in excuses that don’t need to be there. We are chipping away at it. But we have some guys that are buying into it.”

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2013-2014 Roster No. Name

Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Class

Hometown/Previous School

2

Ricky Allen

G

5-9

160

Sr.-Tr.

Little Rock, Ark. (McClellan HS/Southern Arkansas Univ.)

3

Josh Ferrell

G

6-1

155

Fr.-HS

West Fork, Ark. (West Fork HS)

G

5-8

150

So.-1L

Piggott, Ark. (Piggott HS)

Andrew Cummings F

6-0

185

Sr.-3L

Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS)

4 Spencer Coomer 5

11 Ted Beard IV

F

6-3

180

So.-1L

Tyler, Texas (John Tyler HS)

12 Jordan Walker

G

6-0

170

Fr.-HS

Allen, Texas (Plano East HS)

14 Cade Niswonger

G

5-10 140

Fr.-HS

Tuckerman, Ark. (Tuckerman HS)

15 Joshua Clark

F

6-5

175

Jr.-2L

Sanger, Texas (Sanger HS/Ranger College)

20 Adam Geller

F

6-6

175

So.-1L

Celina, Texas (Celina HS)

21 Dillon Gash

G

6-1

150

Fr.-HS

Elkins, Ark. (Elkins HS)

22 Jordan Kaluanga

F

6-3

190

Fr.-HS

Leige, Belgium (College St Joseph De Chenee HS)

23 Josh Berard

F

6-3

165

Fr.-HS

Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside HS)

25 Ricky Scott

F

6-6

190

Fr.-HS

Huntsville, Ark. (Huntsville HS)

32 Kelby Robinson

F

6-5

225

Jr.-Tr.

Little Rock, Ark. (McClellan HS/Pasco-Hernando CC)

33 Aaron Johnson

G

6-1

215

Jr.-1L

El Paso, Texas (Chapin HS/Central Christian College)

35 Kristopher McCrary

F

6-4

230

So.-1L

Converse, Texas (Judson HS)

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2013-14 Player Profiles #5 Andrew Cummings

#15 Joshua Clark

Sr. - Guard - 6-0, 185 Mansfield, Texas Mansfield HS

2012-2013 Named to the ASC East Division All-Defensive Team. Ranked eighth in the ASC in steals (1.8). Finished eleventh in the ASC in field goal percentage (50%) and twentysixth in scoring (11.6). Started in 22 games and led the team in total steals (44). Scored in double figures 18 times. Scored 24 points on 9-of-13 shooting from the field against Howard Payne Jan. 3. Grabbed 7 rebounds against HardinSimmons. Had 5 steals against Texas-Dallas Feb. 11. Had 3 or more steals in seven different games. Made all five of his field goal attempts against Texas Lutheran. 2011-2012 Started in 8 games and played in 22 total. Averaged 7.6 points, 1.0 steals and nearly two rebounds per game. Reached double figures in scoring seven times. Went 11-of-12 from the free throw line and scored 17 points against LeTourneau Jan. 12. Had 10 points and 4 steals against Schreiner Dec. 10. Made 5-of-6 from the floor to score 16 points against Concordia Jan. 7. Snagged 6 rebounds against TexasTyler Jan. 14. Dished out 5 assists against Mississippi College Feb. 11. 2010-2011 Played in one varsity game. Mansfield HS Averaged 8.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game as a senior. Took 10 charges. Named to the Spring Creek All-Tournament Team. Helped team to the playoffs as a junior and senior.

Jr. - Forward - 6-5, 175 Sanger, Texas Sanger HS/Ranger College 2012-2013 Started in 6 games and played in all 25. Averaged 6.5 points and 2.5 rebounds per game. Led the team in free throw percentage hitting 28of-34 (82.4%). Finished second on the team in three-pointers (25). Hit three three-pointers and scored 18 points against Mississippi College Jan. 17. Had 14 points against Rhema Bible College. Grabbed 5 rebounds on five different occasions. 2011-2012 Started in 9 games and played in a total of 15. Averaged 8.0 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. Led team in free throw percentage 83.3%. Scored 14 points in 25 minutes of action against Louisiana College Jan. 19. Had 13 points and 9 rebounds against Mary Hardin-Baylor. Had at least 3 rebounds in all but two games. Grabbed 5 or more rebounds seven times. Made all of his free throw attempts in six different games. Sanger HS Averaged 9.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game as a senior. Shot 90 percent from the free throw line. Named to the All-District Second Team and All-Star Team during the 2008-09 season. Helped team to a state ranking and the regional tournament that season. Clark’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG

AST

ST

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

9-.6

6-.40

28-.7

22-.55 8-.20 93-236-39.4 34-92-36.9 63-76-82.8

11-12 22-8 168-7.6 42-1.9 32-1.4 24-1.0 2-.09 61-127-48.0 4-16-25.0 42-61-68.9 0-0.0 0

0

0

0-0-0.0

110-1.4

68-1.4

3-.06

172-347-50.0 13-41-32.0 101-158-64.9

458-9.5

92-1.9

0-0-0.0

FT-ATT-PCT

Career 40-15 283-7.0 129-3.2

FT-ATT-PCT

Career 48-30

3PT-ATT-PCT

11-12 15-9 120-8.0 67-4.5

12-13 25-22 290-11.6 68-2.7 60-2.4 44-1.8 1-.04 111-220-50.5 9-25-36.0 59-97-60.8

10-11 1-0 0-0.0

FG-ATT-PCT

19-.76 16-.64 5-.20 55-135-40.7 25-67-37.3 28-34-82.4

Cummings’ Career Statistics Year

BLK

12-13 25-6 163-6.5 62-2.5

0-0-0.0

5

3-.20 38-101-37.6 9-25-36.0 35-42-83.3


2013-14 Player Profiles #33 Aaron Johnson

#11 Ted Beard IV

2012-2013 Played in 3 games.

2007-2008 Played in 6 games and averaged 10.3 points. Hit 51 percent of his shots from the field. Had 17 points against Henderson State and totaled four games with 10 or more points.

Jr. - Guard - 6-1, 215 El Paso, Texas Chapin HS/Central Christian

So. - Forward - 6-3, 180 Tyler, Texas John Tyler HS

Central Christian College Averaged 7.0 points and 4.0 rebounds per game as a freshman. Chapin HS Averaged 12.0 points and 6.0 rebounds per game as a senior. Named First Team All-District as a senior. Earned Honorable Mention AllDistrict his junior year. Helped team to back-toback playoff appearances during prep career. Johnson’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG

AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

12-13 3-0 2-.7

3-1.7

0

0

0

1-5-20.0

0-2-00.0 0-0-00.0

Career 3-0

3-1.7

0

0

0

1-5-20.0

0-2-00.0

2-.7

FT-ATT-PCT

0-0-00.0

2006-2007 Finished second on the team in scoring (12.1) and assists (1.9). Hit 27 three-pointers, tops on the team. Led the team in steals (1.5). Scored season-high 22 points on two different occasions. Scored in double figures 14 times. Had 22 points and 7 rebounds against UT-Tyler. 2005-2006 Played in all 26 games and scored 11 points on two different occasions. Hit 3-of-4 three-pointers against LeTourneau. Went 5-for-8 from the field against McMurry. John Tyler HS Named First Team All-District, All-East Texas Team and 5A Academic All-District Team. Averaged 12.7 points, 3.2 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 4.4 steals per game as a senior. Team captain. Helped team to a District championship during the 2002-2003 season and a District runner-up finish in 2003-2004. Beard’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

07-08 6-1

AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

13-2.1 6-1.0 0-0.0 26-51-51.0

3PT-ATT-PCT 6-18-33.3

FT-ATT-PCT 4-9-44.4

06-07

22-18 266-12.1 56-2.5

42-1.9 35-1.5 1-.04

100-242-41.3 27-97-27.8

39-59-66.1

05-06

26-0

25-1.0

4-.1

1-.04

32-79-40.5

7-11-63.6

87-1.6

59-1.0 50-.9

2-.03

158-372-42.4 46-148-31.0

84-3.2

Career 54-19 412-7.6

6

REB-AVG

62-10.3 6-1.0

9-.3

13-33-39.4

50-79-63.2


2013-14 Player Profiles #4 Spencer Coomer

#35 Kristopher McCrary

So. - Guard - 5-8, 150 Piggott, Ark. Piggott HS 2012-2013 Played in 7 games.

Piggott HS Averaged 12.0 points, 6.0 assists and 4.0 rebounds per game as a senior. Named All-Conference his senior and sophomore season. Coomer’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG

AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

12-13 7-0 0-0.0 2-.30 0-.00 0-.00 0-.00 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0 Career 7-0 0-0.0 2-.30 0-.00 0-.00 0-.00 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0

#20 Adam Geller

So. - Forward - 6-6, 175 Celina, Texas Celina HS

So. - Forward - 6-4, 230 Converse, Texas Judson HS

2012-2013 Started in 3 games and played in a total of 23. Averaged 2.5 points and 2.9 rebounds per game. Scored 8 points on two occasions. Had 9 rebounds against Rhema Bible College. Had a pair of blocks in two different games. Judson HS Averaged nearly 4 points and 3 rebounds per game as a senior. Named Second Team AllDistrict as a sophomore. Earned team’s Most Improved Award and Spirit Award his senior year. Helped team to a district championship and area championship during prep career. Team finished as district runner-up his senior campaign. McCrary’s Career Statistics

2012-2013 Played in 3 games.

Year

Celina HS Averaged 6.2 points and 8.0 rebounds per game his senior season. Earned Academic All-District his senior campaign. Helped team to a secondplace finish in district as a junior and senior.

AST

ST

12-13 23-3 58-2.5 67-2.9

GP-GS PT-AVG

6-.26

6-.26 11-.48 24-69-34.8 0-2-00.0

10-16-62.5

Career 23-3

6-.26

6-.26

10-16-62.5

58-2.5

REB-AVG

67-2.9

Geller’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS PT-AVG

REB-AVG

AST

ST

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

FT-ATT-PCT

12-13 3-0 0-0.0 2-.30 0-.00 0-.00 0-.00 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0 Career 3-0 0-0.0 2-.30 0-.00 0-.00 0-.00 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0 0-0-00.0

7

BLK

FG-ATT-PCT

3PT-ATT-PCT

11-.48 24-69-34.8 0-2-00.0

FT-ATT-PCT


2013-14 Player Profiles #2 Ricky Allen

Sr. - Guard - 5-9, 180 Little Rock, Ark. McClellan HS Southern Arkansas University Southern Arkansas University Started in 5 games and played in all 27. Finished third on the team in assists (47) and fourth in steals (24). Averaged 3.0 points, 2.0 rebounds and shot 36 percent from the three-point line. Hit 4-of-5 three-pointers and scored 13 points against Harding University. Dished out 7 assists against Ecclesia. McClellan HS Averaged 14.0 points, 5.0 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game his senior season. Named All-State and All-Conference as a senior. Led team to the State Championship and earned MVP of the championship game as a senior. Helped team to a conference championship his junior and senior year.

#3 Josh Ferrell

Fr. - Guard - 6-1, 155 West Fork, Ark. West Fork HS West Fork HS Averaged 22.0 points, 6.9 assists and 5.3 steals per game as a senior while earning AllState, All-Region and All-Conference honors. Hit 90 threepoint shots as a senior and owns the Arkansas Activity Association record for most career steals (383), most steals in a season (181) and most three-pointers in a quarter (6). Finished his career as a three-time AllConference performer and a two-time All-Region player. Played in the Arkansas High School Coaches Association All-Star Basketball Game.

#21 Dillon Gash

Fr. - Guard - 6-1, 150 Elkins, Ark. Elkins HS

#23 Josh Berard

Fr. - Forward - 6-3, 165 Fort Smith, Ark. Northside HS Northside HS Averaged 19.8 points, 7.3 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game as a senior. Named All-State, All-Conference and All-Area as a senior. Named to Arkansas High School Coaches Association All-Star Basketball Game. Led the conference in scoring (19.8 ppg). Led team to the state tournament his junior and senior season.

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senior season.

Elkins HS Averaged 15.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game his senior season. Named All-State and All-Conference his senior campaign. Helped team to the regional tournament his junior and


2013-14 Player Profiles #22 Jordan Kaluanga Fr. - Forward - 6-3, 190 Leige, Belgium

College St Joseph De Chenee

Averaged 12.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game for his CRF AWBB club team.

#14 Cade Niswonger Fr. - Guard - 5-10, 140 Tuckerman, Ark. Tuckerman HS

Tuckerman HS Averaged 22.1 points, 6.8 assists and 8.0 steals per game as a senior while earning AllConference honors. Pumped in 19.9 points as a junior and 15.7 points as a sophomore. Finished his career as a three-time All-Conference performer. Named to the Northeast Arkansas All-Tournament Team and Williams Baptist College All-Tournament Team during his prep career. Garnered top scorer, most assists and highest free throw percentage awards during prep career. Selected to the Jonesboro Sun All-Star Game.

#32 Kelby Robinson Jr. - Forward - 6-5, 225 Little Rock, Ark. McClellan HS Pasco-Hernando CC

McClellan HS Averaged 11.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game as a senior. Helped team to a conference championship his senior campaign.

#25 Ricky Scott

Fr. - Forward - 6-6, 190 Huntsville, Ark. Huntsville HS Huntsville HS Averaged 15.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game his senior season. Made the All-State Tournament Team and was named All-Conference as a senior. Voted to the Arkansas High School Coaches Association All-Star Basketball Game. Played in the Northwest Arkansas All-Star MVP Game. Helped team to the state tournament his senior campaign.

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2013-14 Player Profiles #12 Jordan Walker Fr. - Guard - 6-0, 170 Allen, Texas Plano East HS

Plano East HS Averaged 7.0 points, 5.0 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game as a senior. Finished second in the conference in steals and assists. Helped team to the playoffs his junior and senior season.

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2012-13 Final Stats & Results

GP-GS Min Avg FG

Total Opponents

25 25

Ronnie Dodd Marcus Bobb Andrew Cummings Jermery Victor Joshua Clark Dylan Ballard Vashun Lusk John Martin Isaiah Boxell Kristopher McCrary Deon Pleasant Darius Tabron Aaron Johnson Spencer Coomer Adam Geller Aaron England. Claude Anderson Roman Manikowski Team

Pct 3FG

Pct FT

Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

25-22 713 28.5 147-347 .424 21-71 .296 79-103 .767 30 157 187 7.5 60 1 27 49 22 29 394 15.8 25-25 802 32.1 131-273 .480 22-71 .310 100-123 .813 70 106 176 7.0 44 0 41 29 7 21 384 15.4 25-22 709 28.4 111-220 .505 9-25 .360 59-97 .608 18 50 68 2.7 62 1 60 55 1 44 290 11.6 25-17 506 20.2 75-192 .391 29-72 .403 31-42 .738 9 57 66 2.6 47 1 44 50 0 32 210 8.4 25-6 452 18.1 55-135 .407 25-67 .373 28-34 .824 19 43 62 2.5 41 0 19 23 5 16 163 6.5 23-4 240 10.4 24-50 .480 6-15 .400 28-36 .778 11 15 26 1.1 13 0 3 11 0 4 82 3.6 17-0 196 11.5 23-54 .426 1-3 .333 12-26 .462 21 39 60 3.5 26 0 8 10 1 4 59 3.5 11-0 127 11.5 15-37 .405 0-0 .000 5-6 .833 10 14 24 2.2 14 0 2 5 9 2 35 3.2 25-25 756 30.2 21-75 .280 14-54 .259 18-27 .667 9 63 72 2.9 29 0 168 63 2 28 74 3.0 23-3 204 8.9 24-69 .348 0-2 .000 10-16 .625 25 42 67 2.9 35 1 6 5 11 6 58 2.5 25-1 269 10.8 7-39 .179 3-18 .167 23-34 .676 7 15 22 0.9 36 1 26 26 0 7 40 1.6 14-0 56 4.0 5-12 .417 1-6 .167 3-7 .429 0 5 5 0.4 12 0 3 7 0 3 14 1.0 3-0 15 5.0 1-5 .200 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 2 3 5 1.7 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.7 7-0 13 1.9 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 2 2 0.3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 3-0 3 1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0.0 1-0 0 0.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1-0 1 1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1-0 0 0.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 35 45 80 3.2 0 足

5062 5063

639-1508 .424 131-406 .323 396-551 .719 266 658 924 37.0 421 5 407 360 58 197 1805 72.2 758-1668 .454 191-560 .341 301-472 .638 335 693 1028 41.1 458 0 451 342 83 207 2008 80.3

2012-2013 Final Results Nov. 5 at Rust College W 81-77 Nov. 16 at Birmingham-Southern L 75-84 Nov. 17 vs Emory L 80-90 Nov. 20 at Hendrix L 60-70 Nov. 24 TEXAS-DALLAS L 53-72 Nov. 29 at Hardin-Simmons L 77-83 Dec. 1 at Concordia L 76-129 Dec. 5 TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY W 81-70 Dec. 7 SCHREINER UNIVERSITY L 60-62 Dec. 15 at Mary Hardin-Baylor L 73-89 Dec. 18 RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE W 92-61 Jan. 3 HOWARD PAYNE UNIVERSITY L 82-83 (OT) Jan. 5 SUL ROSS STATE UNIVERSITY W 88-86 (OT) Jan. 10 TEXAS-TYLER L 68-80 Jan. 12 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY W 81-65 Jan. 17 at Mississippi College L 64-86 Jan. 19 at Louisiana College L 76-98 Jan. 23 RUST COLLEGE W 77-74 Jan. 26 at LeTourneau University L 53-65 Jan. 31 at East Texas Baptist University L 78-97 Feb. 1 at Texas-Tyler L 63-95 Feb. 7 LOUISIANA COLLEGE L 67-77 Feb. 9 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE W 74-66 Feb. 11 at Texas Dallas L 50-67 Feb. 14 LETOURNEAU UNIVERSITY L 76-82

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Men’s Program Records Game Records Most Points Most Rebounds Most Field Goals Most Free Throws Most 3-Pointers Most Steals Most Assists Most Blocked Shots

42 (John Reed, 1971) 27 (Ricky Donnerson, 1988) 17 (Bob Chance, 1968) 22 (Bill Crumpley, 1964) 11 (Marcus Thompson, 1992) 11 (Tony Joyner, 1984) 11 (Donald Williams, 2000) 14 (Tom Terry, 1984) 6 (Blake Mitchem, 2010)

Season Records Most Points Most Rebounds Most Field Goals Most Free Throws Most 3-Pointers Highest Points Per Game Ave. Highest Field Goal Percentage Most Steals Most Assists Most Blocked Shots Highest Free Throw Percentage Highest 3-Point Percentage

684 (Ricky Donnerson, 1988) 335 (Elton White, 1979) 272 (Ricky Donnerson, 1988) 181 (Elton White, 1979) 84 (Shane Werling, 1992) 22.5 (Bob Chance, 1969) 65.7% (Sam Scott, 1978) 119 (Tony Joyner, 1984) 214 (Tom Terry, 1973) 42 (Blake Mitchem, 2010) 89.9% (Andre Williams, 2011) 48.4% (Chris Williams, 2009)

Career Records Most 3-Pointers Most Steals Most Blocked Shots

241 (Anthony Porchia, 1990-93) 232 (Brad Johnson, 2002-06) 70 (Travis Acord, 1999-01)

Miscellaneous Records Largest margin of victory Largest margin of defeat Most points in a game Longest winning streak Longest losing streak

Ricky Donnerson

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Career Leaders Scoring 1. Stephen Kennedy 2. Anthony Porchia 3. Habeeb Kareem 4. Ronnie Graham 5. Patrick Prater 6. Bob Chance 7. Ernest Frazier 8. Terrance Rhodes 9. Josh Joyner 10. Marc Pace

2,318 (1991-95) 1,671 (1989-93) 1,610 (2004-08) 1,502 (1967-71) 1,384 (1996-99) 1,288 (1964-68) 1,221 (1975-79) 1,197 (1981-85) 1,175 (2002-06) 1,165 (1983-87)

Rebounding 1. Stephen Kennedy 2. Paul Person 3. Myron Butler 4. Habeeb Kareem 5. Bob Chance 6. Roscoe Gordon 7. Josh Joyner 8. Ashley Whitman Gary Metcalf 9. Willie Grace

1,048 (1991-95) 820 (1967-71) 759 (1964-68) 666 (2004-08) 644 (1964-68) 576 (1981-85) 568 (2002-06) 560 (1983-87) 560 (1975-79) 529 (1969-73)

Assists 1. Isaiah Boxell 2. Marcus Hampton 3. Brad Johnson 4. Roger Kendrick 75 points 5. Patrick Prater (107-32 vs Messenger Coll. 1998-99) 6. Earnest Frazier 57 (89-32 vs UCA, 1977) 7. Stephen Kennedy 135 (vs Austin College, 1999) 8. Tom Terry 11 (1990 & 1998) 9. Andre Webster 10 (1978) 10. Tony Brock

386 (2009-13) 359 (1988-92) 358 (2002-06) 327 (1983-87) 324 (1996-00) 294 (1975-79) 280 (1991-95) 263 (1969-73) 259 (1996-98) 253 (2005-09)

Anthony Porchia

Michael Bollman

Stephen Kennedy


Honors & Awards NAIA/AIC HONORS NAIA All-American 1993-94 Stephen Kennedy (3rd team) 1992-93 Stephen Kennedy (Hon. Men.) 1987-88 Ricky Donnerson (2nd team) 1983-84 Tony Joyner (3rd team)

1988-89 1987-88 AIC Player of the Year 1993-94 Stephen Kennedy 1986-87 AIC Freshman of the Year 1991-92 Stephen Kennedy 1985-86 All-AIC Freshman Team 1991-92 Stephen Kennedy 1984-85 1989-90 Anthony Porchia 1988-89 Marcus Hampton 1983-84 1970-71 John Reed AIC Coach of the Year 1992-93 Johnny Johnson 1982-83 1987-88 Jimmy Allen 1983-84 Bruce Terry 1981-82 District 17 Coach of the Year 1993-94 Johnny Johnson 1980-81 1992-93 Johnny Johnson 1983-84 Bruce Terry 1979-80 All-NAIA District 17 1978-79 1992-93 Anthony Porchia 1992-93 Stephen Kennedy 1977-78 1989-90 Kenneth Thompson 1984-85 Tony Joyner 1983-84 Keith Johnson 1976-77 All-AIC 1975-76 1994-95 Stephen Kennedy Marcus Thompson 1974-75 Kevin Bloodsaw (Hon. Men.) 1993-94 Stephen Kennedy 1972-73 1992-93 Anthony Porchia 1971-72 Stephen Kennedy Kevin Warren (Hon. Men.) 1970-71 1991-92 Marcus Hampton 1969-70 Anthony Porchia (Hon. Men.) 1968-69 Stephen Kennedy (Hon. Men.) 1967-68 1990-91 Kenneth Appleberry 1966-67 Marcus Hampton 1965-66 1989-90 Kenneth Thompson Kenneth Shannon (Hon. Men.) Terry Swinson (Hon. Men.) 1962-63

Kenneth Thompson Daryl Scott (Hon. Men.) Greg Scott (Hon. Men.) William Hendrix (Hon. Men.) Vince Harris (Hon. Men.) Ricky Donnerson Willie Rice Roger Kendrick (Hon. Men.) Jimmie Pratt (Hon. Men.) Michael Barnett Willie Rice (Hon. Men.) Marc Pace Terrance Rhodes Michael Barnett (Hon. Men.) Marc Pace Terrance Rhodes (Hon. Men.) Keith Johnson Tony Joyner Freddie Frye (Hon. Men.) John Lewis (Hon. Men.) Keith Johnson Tony Joyner (Hon. Men.) Jeff Jones (Hon. Men.) Mike Alsbrook (Hon. Men.) Freddie Frye (Hon. Men.) Roscoe Gordon Jeff Jones (Hon. Men.) Myron Butler Earnest Frazier (Hon. Men.) Elton White Myron Butler (Hon. Men.) Sam Scott (Hon. Men.) Myron Butler (Hon. Men.) Carl Johnson (Hon. Men.) Johnny Keaton (Hon. Men.) Paul Person (Hon. Men.) Stanley Holt (Hon. Men.) Paul Person (Hon. Men.) Stanley Holt (Hon. Men.) Paul Person (Hon. Men.) Gary Metcalf (Hon. Men.) John Reed Ronnie Graham (Hon. Men.) John Reed (Hon. Men.) Ronnie Graham (Hon. Men.) Bob Chance (Hon. Men.) Bob Chance Richard Pyland (Hon. Men.) Carroll Cookson (Hon. Men.) Richard Pyland (Hon. Men.) Ashley Whitman (Hon. Men.) Joe Bagwell (Hon. Men.)

1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54 1952-53 1951-52 1950-51 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48

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Cleve Branscum Cleve Branscum Clyde Traylor (Hon. Men.) Rudy Parks (Hon. Men.) Bobby Matthews (Hon. Men.) Clyde Traylor (Hon. Men.) John Wyatt (Hon. Men.) Gerald Sanders John Wyatt Francis Pitts (Hon. Men.) Ronnie Bateman (Hon. Men.) Phillip Sanders (Hon. Men.) Dave Hosley (Hon. Men.) Claudie Eubanks (Hon. Men.) Claudie Eubanks Gene Bradley (Hon. Men.) Bill Wilson (Hon. Men.) Lonnie Qualls (Hon. Men.) Claudie Eubanks (Hon. Men.) Gene Bradley (Hon. Men.) Bill Eddington (Hon. Men.) Don Austin (Hon. Men.) Lonnie Qualls (Hon. Men.) Claudie Eubanks (Hon. Men.) Phillip Sanders (Hon. Men.) Bill Eddington Jim Neal (Hon. Men.) Bill Eddington (Hon. Men.) Rex Yerby Charles Roffine Gayle Kaundart Charles Roffine Bob Baroline Bill Jacobs Gayle Kaundart (Hon. Men.) Lester Ledbetter (Hon. Men.) Lester Ledbetter


Honors & Awards NCAA III/ASC HONORS ASC East Division Player of the Year 2009-10 Blake Mitchem 2002-03 Michael Bollman ASC East Division Newcomer of the Year 2011-12 Ronnie Dodd ASC East Division Freshman of the Year 2003-04 Mike Taylor 1998-99 Ricky Johnson ASC Freshman of the Year 1997-98 Kwincii Stewart ASC East Division All-Freshman Team 2010-11 Kasey Lewis 2009-10 Mark Perez 2008-09 Colby Woolverton 2007-08 Andre Williams 2006-07 Blake Belford 2004-05 Habeeb Kareem 2003-04 Mike Taylor ASC All-Tournament Team 2001-02 Mandrell Howell 2000-01 Mandrell Howell 1999-00 Patrick Prater

Blake Mitchem

ASC East Division Coach of the Year 1999-00 Johnny Johnson ASC East Division Defensive Player of the Year 1999-00 Travis Acord ASC East Division All-Defensive Team 2012-13 Andrew Cummings ASC Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year 2012-13 Marcus Bobb (East) 2010-11 Andre Williams (East) 2009-10 Andre Williams (East)

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Honors & Awards ASC All-East Division 2012-13 Ronnie Dodd (2nd) 2012-13 Marcus Bobb (2nd) 2011-12 Ronnie Dodd (2nd) 2011-12 Marcus Bobb (Hon. Men.) 2010-11 Andre Williams (1st) 2010-11 Marcus Bobb (Hon. Men.) 2009-10 Blake Mitchem (1st) 2009-10 Andre Williams (Hon. Men.) 2008-09 Chris Williams (2nd) Jeremy Clark (Hon. Men.) 2007-08 Habeeb Kareem (1st) 2006-07 Habeeb Kareem (2nd) Chris Clark (Hon. Men.) 2005-06 Habeeb Kareem (1st) Brad Johnson (Hon. Men.) Josh Joyner (Hon. Men.) 2004-05 Brent Johnson (2nd) Josh Joyner (Hon. Men.) Habeeb Kareem (Hon. Men.) 2003-04 Brent Johnson (1st) 2002-03 Michael Bollman (1st) Mandrell Howell (2nd) Ricky Johnson (Hon. Men.) 2001-02 Mandrell Howell (2nd) Brent Johnson (Hon. Men.) Ricky Johnson (Hon. Men.) 2000-01 Travis Acord (2nd) Brent Gibbs (Hon. Men.) Ryan Koerdt (Hon. Men.) 1999-00 Travis Acord (2nd) Patrick Prater (2nd) 1998-99 Ben Jones (1st) Patrick Prater (2nd) Daniel Shepherd (Hon. Men.) All-ASC 2009-10 1997-98 1996-97

Blake Mitchem Andre Webster (2nd) Caleb Tisdale (Hon. Men.) Patrick Prater (Hon. Men.) Patrick Prater Ryan Marshall (Hon. Men.) Andre Webster (Hon. Men.)

NAIA Midwest All-Region Team 1995-96 Jason Wilbanks

American Southwest Conference All-Academic 1996-97 Doug Batie 1997-98 Doug Batie Eric Goodwin Daniel Shepherd Dennis Wright 1999-00 Travis Acord Michael Young 2000-01 Michael Young 2001-02 John White 2004-05 David Hamilton 2005-06 David Hamilton 2006-07 Clint McHenry 2007-08 Clint McHenry 2009-10 Justin James Ben Martin Patrick Prater Colby Woolverton 2010-11 Justin James 2011-12 Claude Anderson Dylan Ballard Marcus Bobb Tyler Martin David Robertson Colby Woolverton• 2001 Marcos Gonzalez (1st Team) 2012-13 Claude Anderson Dylan Ballard • 2002 Marcus Bobb Aaron Coats (2nd Team)

Ricky Herrera (3rd Team)

• 2003 Ricky Herrera (3rd Team) • 2004 Will Brahic (3rd Team)

Josh Joyner

• 2005 Lars Nyberg (3rd Team) • 2006 Brian Sarber (1st Team) Jared Gordon (3rd Team) Ryan Skelly (3rd Team)

Habeeb Kareem

• 2007 Brian Sarber (2nd Team) Darren Clark (3rd Team) • 2008 Brian Sarber (1st Team) Dan De Hart (2nd Team) Shaun Renfro (3rd Team) • 2009 Aaron Brueckner (3rd Team)

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All-Time Coaching Records Year Coach W 2012-2013 Doug Boxell 7 2011-2012 Doug Boxell 9 2010-2011 Doug Boxell 6 2009-2010 Doug Boxell 8 Total: 30 2008-2009 Matt O’Connor 10 2007-2008 Matt O’Connor 8 2006-2007 Matt O’Connor 8 2005-2006 Matt O’Connor 14 2004-2005 Matt O’Connor 12 2003-2004 Matt O’Connor 11 2002-2003 Matt O’Connor 14 2001-2002 Matt O’Connor 14 Totals: 91 2000-2001 Johnny Johnson 17 1999-2000 Johnny Johnson 16 1998-1999 Johnny Johnson 12 1997-1998 Johnny Johnson 17 1996-1997 Johnny Johnson 8 1995-1996 Johnny Johnson 6 1994-1995 Johnny Johnson 20 1993-1994 Johnny Johnson 22 1992-1993 Johnny Johnson 23 1991-1992 Johnny Johnson 18 1990-1991 Johnny Johnson 14 Totals: 173 1989-1990 Jimmy Allen 11 1988-1989 Jimmy Allen 24 1987-1988 Jimmy Allen 25 1986-1987 Jimmy Allen 19 Totals: 79 1985-1986 Bruce Terry 21 1984-1985 Bruce Terry 8 1983-1984 Bruce Terry 27 1982-1983 Bruce Terry 12 Totals: 68 1981-1982 Jack Jones 8 1980-1981 Jack Holley 8 1979-1980 Jack Holley 12 1978-1979 Jack Holley 17 1977-1978 Jack Holley 14 1976-1977 Jack Holley 3 Totals: 62 1975-1976 George Jones 10 1974-1975 George Jones 13 Totals: 23

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L 18 16 19 16 69 15 17 17 12 14 14 10 12 111 8 9 12 7 17 15 9 13 9 11 16 126 17 8 9 13 47 14 20 6 18 58 22 25 13 17 17 22 116 15 22 37

G Pct. 25 .280 25 .360 24 .240 25 .333 99 .303 25 .400 25 .320 25 .320 26 .538 26 .461 25 .440 24 .583 26 .538 202 .450 25 .680 25 .640 24 .500 24 .708 25 .320 21 .285 29 .689 35 .628 32 .718 29 .620 30 .466 299 .578 28 .392 32 .750 34 .735 32 .593 126 .626 35 .600 28 .285 33 .818 30 .400 126 .539 30 .266 33 .242 25 .480 34 .500 31 .451 25 .120 178 .348 25 .400 35 .371 60 .383

1973-1974 Paul Castleman 2 25 27 .074 1972-1973 Paul Castleman 7 22 29 .241 1971-1972 Paul Castleman 12 21 33 .363 1970-1971 Paul Castleman 5 27 32 .156 Totals: 26 95 121 .214 1969-1970 Jack Grasinger 1 21 22 .045 1968-1969 Vern Moser 5 18 23 .217 1967-1968 Willard Smith 9 16 25 .360 1966-1967 Willard Smith 2 22 24 .083 Totals: 11 38 49 .224 1965-1966 Sam Starkey 9 15 24 .375 1964-1965 Sam Starkey 7 17 24 .291 Totals: 16 32 48 .333 1963-1964 Don Jones 2 22 24 .083 1962-1963 Don Jones 4 22 26 .153 1961-1962 Don Jones 7 16 22 .304 1960-1961 Don Jones 10 11 21 .476 1959-1960 Don Jones 11 15 26 .423 Totals: 34 86 120 .283 1958-1959 Bill Ballard 6 16 22 .272 1957-1958 Bill Ballard 6 12 18 .333 1956-1957 Bill Ballard 0 12 12 .000 Totals: 12 40 52 .230 1955-1956 Leon Richardson 6 10 16 .375 1954-1955 Frank Koon 1 15 16 .062 1953-1954 Frank Koon 6 12 18 .333 1952-1953 Frank Koon 4 18 22 .181 1951-1952 Frank Koon 4 18 22 .181 1950-1951 Frank Koon 7 15 22 .318 1949-1950 Frank Koon 14 11 25 .560 1948-1949 Frank Koon 20 6 26 .769 1947-1948 Frank Koon 9 8 17 .529 Totals: 65 103 168 .386 OVERALL TOTAL: 710 1007 1717 .413

Doug Boxell

Matt O’Connor

Johnny Johnson

Jimmy Allen

Bruce Terry

Jack Holley


All-Time Series Records Alaska-Anchorage 0-1 American Christian Coll. 1-3 Arkansas Baptist 30-5 Austin College 12-9 UA-Fort Smith 0-1 UA-Little Rock 5-17 UA-Monticello 26-45 UA-Pine Bluff 10-6 Arkansas Tech 25-54 Austin College 1-2 Baker University 1-0 Baptist Bible College 6-0 Baptist Christian Coll. 2-0 Bartlesville Wesleyan 3-0 Belhaven College 1-0 Berry College 1-1 Bethany Nazarene 1-4 Bethel College 4-2 Birmingham-Southern 0-4 Bluffton College 1-0 Brigham Young-Hawaii 1-2 Cameron University 2-1 Centenary College 1-3 Central Arkansas 19-54 Central Baptist College 5-0 Central Bible College 5-0 Central Missouri 0-1 Central State University 2-2 Chaminade University 0-1 Charleston College 0-1 Christian Brothers Coll. 2-1 Concorde Seminary 1-0 Concordia Univ. Texas 6-4 Dillard University 1-0 Drury College 1-6 East Texas Baptist 13-15 East Texas State 1-1 East Central Oklahoma 0-2 Eastern New Mexico 0-1 Ecclesia College 1-0 Emory 0-1 Evangel College 3-2 Freed-Hardeman 1-1 Hardin-Simmons Univ. 8-9 Harding University 38-40 Hawaii-Hilo 0-2 Hawaii Pacific College 3-1 Hawaii University 0-1 Henderson State 21-49

Hendrix College 33-51 Howard Payne Univ. 9-8 Illinois University 0-1 John Brown University 24-17 Lamar University 0-1 Lambuth College 1-0 Langston University 1-1 LeTourneau University 18-12 Lincoln University 1-0 Louisiana College 11-12 Louisiana Tech Univ. 0-1 Lyon College 31-42 Malone College 1-0 Mary Hardin-Baylor 5-8 Marymount College 0-2 McKendree College 0-1 McMurry University 1-18 McNeese State 0-1 Messenger College 2-0 Mississippi College 5-25 Mississippi Industrial 1-0 Mississippi Southern 1-0 Missouri Baptist 0-2 Missouri Southern 1-3 Missouri-St. Louis 1-0 Montevallo University 0-1 National Christian Univ. 1-0 North Central Coll. 0-1 Northeastern Louisiana 0-1 Northeastern Okla. 12-16 Northeastern State 2-3 Northwestern State 0-2 Oakland City Coll. 0-2 Oklahoma Baptist 1-2 Okla. Science & Arts 2-2 Oklahoma Christian 2-5 Oklahoma City Univ. 1-1 Oklahoma State Univ. 0-2 Oral Roberts University 1-2 Ouachita Baptist Univ 22-52 Ozark Bible College 2-0 Peru State 3-1 Pfeiffer College 1-0 Philander Smith 10-4 Phillips University 0-1 Pittsburg State 1-1 Principia College 0-1 Racine College 0-1 Rhema Bible College 7-1

Rhodes College Rust College Sam Houston State School of the Ozarks Schreiner University Southeastern Louisiana Southern Nazarene Southeastern Okla. Southern Arkansas Southwest Baptist Southwest Missouri Southwestern Okla. Southwestern University St. Francis College Sul Ross State University Texas Lutheran Univ. Translyvania University Tulsa University Tusculum College Union University University of Dallas Univ. of Missouri-Rolla Univ. of Texas-Dallas Univ. of Texas-Tyler • 2001 Urbana University Marcos Gonzalez (1st Team) Wayland Baptist Wayne State • 2002 Michigan Western Aaron Coats (2nd Team) Westminister Ricky Herrera College (3rd Team) Whitworth College • 2003 Wiley College Williams Ricky Herrera (3rd Team) Baptist Coll. Wisconsin-River Falls • 2004 West Texas State Will Brahic (3rd Team) Xavier University • 2005 Lars Nyberg (3rd Team) • 2006 Brian Sarber (1st Team) Jared Gordon (3rd Team) Ryan Skelly (3rd Team) • 2007 Brian Sarber (2nd Team) Darren Clark (3rd Team) • 2008 Brian Sarber (1st Team) Dan De Hart (2nd Team) Shaun Renfro (3rd Team) • 2009 Aaron Brueckner (3rd Team)

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2-2 10-4 0-1 6-4 6-7 0-1 1-3 2-1 19-55 1-2 0-1 1-3 3-1 1-0 11-7 5-7 1-0 0-2 0-1 4-1 9-5 0-1 9-19 8-10 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-0 0-1 5-1 1-0 0-1 2-0


American Southwest Conference The American Southwest Conference, one of the largest intercollegiate athletic conferences in NCAA Division III, is in its second decade of providing quality athletic experiences for its student-athletes, coaches and administrators. Founded in May 1996 to provide a structure for intercollegiate athletics among member institutions, the American Southwest Conference includes former members of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA) and other institutions from outside the Texas borders. From the eight founding institutions to today’s present group of 12 colleges and universities, the ASC encompasses institutions sharing similar educational and athletic philosophies. The roster of American Southwest Conference members includes Concordia University Texas, East Texas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana College, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Mississippi College, University of the Ozarks, Sul Ross State University, University of Texas at Dallas and University of Texas at Tyler. ASC championships are conducted in 16 sports (8 men, 8 women). Men’s championships are offered in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and track and field. Women’s championships are offered in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball. The American Southwest Conference is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

AT H L E T I C S

Concordia University Texas (Austin, TX) East Texas Baptist University (Marshall, TX) Hardin-Simmons University (Abilene, TX) Howard Payne University (Brownwood, TX) LeTourneau University (Longview, TX) Louisiana College (Pineville, LA) University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (Belton, TX) Mississippi College (Clinton, MS) University of the Ozarks (Clarksville, AR) Sul Ross State University (Alpine, TX) University of Texas-Dallas (Richardson, TX) University of Texas-Tyler (Tyler, TX)

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University of the Ozarks UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS has approached education with an unyielding search for truth. That search led our founders to establish the first co-educational college west of the Mississippi. It set the stage for the first Arkansas woman to receive a college degree. And because truth often defies convention, ours was the first historically white college in the state to admit AfricanAmericans. Every day, our history inspires Ozarks students to discover their own individual truths.


2013-2014 Schedule

Nov. 16 Baptist Bible College Home 3:00 pm Nov. 22 #Austin College Sherman, TX 7:00 pm Nov. 26 Hendrix College Home 5:30 pm Nov. 30 *University of Texas-Tyler Home 1:00 pm Dec. 2 *East Texas Baptist University Home 5:30 pm Dec. 5 *Hardin-Simmons University Home 5:30 pm Dec. 7 *University of Texas-Dallas Home 1:00 pm Dec. 14 *University of Texas-Tyler Tyler, TX 1:00 pm Dec. 19 *LeTourneau University Home 1:00 pm Jan. 2 *Howard Payne University Brownwood, TX 5:30 pm Jan. 4 *Sul Ross State University Alpine, TX 1:00 pm Jan. 9 *Concordia University Texas Austin, TX 5:30 pm Jan. 11 *University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Belton, TX 1:00 pm Jan. 16 *Louisiana College Home 5:30 pm Jan. 18 *Mississippi College Home 1:00 pm Jan. 23 *University of Texas-Dallas Richardson, TX 5:30 pm Jan. 25 *Hardin-Simmons University Abilene, TX 1:00 pm Jan. 30 *LeTourneau University Longview, TX 5:30 pm Feb. 1 *East Texas Baptist University Marshall, TX 1:00 pm Feb. 6 *Sul Ross State University Home 5:30 pm Feb. 8 *Howard Payne University Home 1:00 pm Feb. 13 *University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Home 5:30 pm Feb. 15 ^*Concordia University Texas Home 1:00 pm Feb. 20 *Mississippi College Clinton, MS 5:30 pm Feb. 22 *Louisiana College Pineville, LA 1:00 pm Feb. 28-Mar 2 ASC Tournament # University of Dallas Classic * American Southwest Conference Game ^Senior Day, Hall of Fame, Homecoming www.eagles.ozarks.edu

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