Page 1


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE General

Location: Jacksonville, FL 32211 Founded: 1934 Enrollment: 3,936 Nickname: Dolphins School Colors: Green & Gold Facility (Capacity): Veterans Memorial Arena (5,191) Swisher Gymnasium (1,500) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic Sun President: Tim Cost Alma Mater: Jacksonville '81 Faculty Athletics Rep: Dr. Kim Capriotti Director of Athletics: Brad Edwards Alma Mater: South Carolina '87 Senior Women’s Admin. Marsha Haskew Athletics Department Phone: (904) 256-7400

History

First season of competition: 1948-49 All-time Record: 920-820 (.529) Postseason Appearances: 12 NCAA: 5, last in 1986 NIT: 6, last in 2010 CIT: 1, last in 2011 Conference Championships: 3, last in 2010

Media Relations

Assoc. MR Director/MBB Contact: Alex Keil e-mail: akeil@ju.edu Office Phone: (904)-256-7444 Cell Phone: (563)-580-9229 Director of Media Relations: Todd Vatter Media Relations Assistants: Stacey Kilpatrick Monyae Williamson Press Row Phone: (904)-854-6653 (Arena) (904)-256-7488 (Swisher) Media Relations Fax: (904)-256-7424 Twitter: @JUDolphins, @JUMensHoops

Team Information

2012-13 Record: 14-18 (Home: 10-3, Away: 3-13, Neutral: 1-2) A-Sun Record (Finish): 9-9 (4th) Postseason: --Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Returning Starters Kordario Fleming Jarvis Haywood Keith McDougald

7.6 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 1.0 spg 11.5 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 1.4 apg 13.1 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 1.4 apg

Starters Lost Glenn Powell Russell Powell

Key Returnees Tyler Alderman Marcellous Bell Jeremy Bogus Javon Dawson

Newcomers

Omar El Manasterly J.R. Holder Sam Hunt Vince Martin Joshua Murray RJ Slawson Marcel White

9.1 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 0.9 bpg 5.8 ppg, 4.2 apg, 2.5 rpg 1.5 ppg, 2.0 rpg, 0.5 bpg 3.8 ppg, 0.7 rpg 2.3 ppg, 0.6 rpg 7.0 ppg, 4.5 rpg Sugar Land, Texas Atlanta, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Marietta, Ga. Burlington, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Lake Wales, Fla.

2013-14 Schedule

Nov. 8 at Florida State Nov. 12 $ Florida College Nov. 16 at Gardner-Webb Nov. 18 at Wake Forest Nov. 23 Florida A&M Nov. 25 Florida Dec. 3 $ Trinity Baptist Dec. 7 at FAU Dec. 17 at UCF Coaching Staff Dec. 20 Samford Head Coach: Cliff Warren Dec. 23 South Carolina State $ Mercer* Record at JU: 114-132 (eight years) Dec. 30 $ Kennesaw State* Career Record: same Jan. 1 Jan. 4 at Northern Kentucky* Assistant Coaches: Will Jones Jan. 6 at Lipscomb* Winston Neal Jan. 9 Stetson* Florida Gulf Coast* Trevor Quinn Jan. 11 at North Florida* Director of Basketball Ops.: Don Anderson Jan. 17 Jan. 23 at USC Upstate* Graduate Assistant: Matt Daniels Jan. 25 at East Tennessee State* Athletic Trainer: Danielle Chesnut Jan. 30 Lipscomb* Feb. 1 Northern Kentucky* Feb. 6 at Florida Gulf Coast* Feb. 8 at Stetson* Feb. 14 North Florida* Feb. 20 East Tennessee State* Feb. 22 USC Upstate* GUIDE CREDITS Feb. 27 at Kennesaw State* The 2013-14 Jacksonville Men’s Basketball Guide is a Mar. 1 at Mercer* production of the Jacksonville Media Relations Office; Alex Keil, Associate Director; Editor/Layout: Todd Vatter; Director Mar. 4-9 Atlantic Sun Tournament Contributors: Stacey Kilpatrick, Monyae Williamson and All times EST Past JU SIDs; Photography: Fran Ruchalski * Atlantic Sun Conference game $ Game held at Swisher Gymnasium www.judolphins.com

8:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:30 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:15 pm 7:00 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:15 pm 3:15 pm 7:05 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:15 pm 3:15 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm TBA

Table of Contents General Information

Quick Facts ..........................................................................1 Team Roster .......................................................................2 TV/Radio Roster ..............................................................3

Coaching Staff

Cliff Warren ........................................................................4 Assistant Coaches ...........................................................8

The 2013-14 Dolphins

Javon Dawson.................................................................10 Keith McDougald ........................................................... 11 Jeremy Bogus.................................................................12 Tyler Alderman ...............................................................13 Marcellous Bell ...............................................................14 Kordario Fleming ...........................................................15 Jarvis Haywood ..............................................................16 Newcomers .....................................................................17

2012-13 In Review

Individual Statistics/Game Highs...........................19 Team Statistics/Game Highs ..................................20 Individual Points-Rebounds-Assists ........................21 Team/Opponent Game-by-Game............................22 Atlantic Sun Team Statistics/Recap ....................23 The Last Time .................................................................25

Postseason History

1970 NCAA Runner-Up ..............................................26 1971 NCAA ......................................................................28 1973 NCAA......................................................................29 1979 NCAA......................................................................30 1986 NCAA .....................................................................31 NIT Teams.........................................................................32 NCAA Tournament Box Scores/Records ..........35 Conference Tournament History............................38

Opponents

All-Time Series Records..............................................40 All-Time Results/2013-14 Opponents .................41

History

Individual Honors ...........................................................44 All-Time Roster ...............................................................46 Year-by-Year Results .....................................................48 Year-by-Year Coaching Records ..............................54 Overtime Games ............................................................55 100-Point Games ..........................................................56 JU and the AP Top 25 .................................................57 Homes of the Dolphins................................................58

Record

Scoring Records ............................................................59 Field Goal Records ........................................................61 3-Point Records .............................................................63 Free Throw Records ....................................................65 Rebound Records..........................................................67 Block Records .................................................................68 Assist Records ...............................................................69 Steal Records .................................................................70 Miscellaneous Records ..............................................71 JU Media Relations Policies......................................72

1


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE NUMERICAL TEAM ROSTER

NO.

NAME

POS.

HT.

WT.

YR.

0 1 2 5 10 11 13 14 15 21 22 33 34 44

Javon Dawson Jeremy Bogus Kordario Fleming Vince Martin Marcellous Bell Jarvis Haywood Marcel White Omar El Manasterly J.R. Holder Keith McDougald Sam Hunt RJ Slawson Joshua Murray Tyler Alderman

F G F G G G G/F F F G G F C C

6-6 6-5 6-6 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-6 6-6 6-7 6-1 6-2 6-9 6-9 6-9

260 190 210 200 175 185 200 220 180 205 170 220 220 235

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

HOMETOWN / LAST SCHOOL Cordele, Ga. / University of Utah Birmingham, Ala. / Wenonah Memphis, Tenn. / Ridgeway Marietta, Ga. / Young Harris College Hyattsville, Md. / DeMatha Catholic Charlotte, N.C. / Harding Lake Wales, Fla. / Vermont Prep Sugar Land, Texas / Fort Bend Austin Atlanta, Ga. / Mt. Zion Jacksonville, Fla. / Bishop Kenny Greensboro, N.C. / Dudley Charleston, S.C. / University of South Carolina Burlington, N.C. / Cummings Fishers, Ind. / Fishers

ALPHABETICAL TEAM ROSTER NO.

NAME

POS.

HT.

WT.

YR.

44 10 1 0 14 2 11 15 22 5 21 34 33 13

Tyler Alderman Marcellous Bell Jeremy Bogus Javon Dawson Omar El Manasterly Kordario Fleming Jarvis Haywood J.R. Holder Sam Hunt Vince Martin Keith McDougald Joshua Murray RJ Slawson Marcel White

C G G F F F G F G G G C F G/F

6-9 5-11 6-5 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-4 6-7 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-9 6-9 6-6

235 175 190 260 220 210 185 180 170 200 205 220 220 200

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

HOMETOWN / LAST SCHOOL Fishers, Ind. / Fishers Hyattsville, Md. / DeMatha Catholic Birmingham, Ala. / Wenonah Cordele, Ga. / University of Utah Sugar Land, Texas / Fort Bend Austin Memphis, Tenn. / Ridgeway Charlotte, N.C. / Harding Atlanta, Ga. / Mt. Zion Greensboro, N.C. / Dudley Marietta, Ga. / Young Harris College Jacksonville, Fla. / Bishop Kenny Burlington, N.C. / Cummings Charleston, S.C. / University of South Carolina Lake Wales, Fla. / Vermont Prep

Head Coach: Cliff Warren (Ninth Season) Assistant Coaches: Winston Neal (Ninth Season) Trevor Quinn (Sixth Season) Will Jones (Third Season) Director of Basketball Operations: Don Anderson (Second Season)

BY CLASS SENIORS & GRADS (4) Javon Dawson, Vince Martin, Keith McDougald, RJ Slawson Jeremy Bogus

JUNIORS (1)

SOPHOMORES (4) Tyler Alderman, Marcellous Bell, Kordario Fleming, Jarvis Haywood

BY HEIGHT

Tyler Alderman, Joshua Murray, RJ Slawson J.R. Holder Javon Dawson, Omar El Manasterly, Kordario Fleming, Marcel White Jeremy Bogus Jarvis Haywood Sam Hunt, Vince Martin Keith McDougald Marcellous Bell

FRESHMEN (5) Omar El Manasterly, J.R. Holder, Sam Hunt, Joshua Murray, RJ Slawson

2

www.judolphins.com

6-9 6-7 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-1 5-11

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Kordario Fleming - Core-DAR-ee-o Marcellous Bell - Mar-cell-us Omar El Manasterly - El Ma-NAST-er-lee Keith McDougald - Mc-DEW-gold


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE #44

#10

#1

Tyler ALDERMAN

Marcellous BELL

Jeremy BOGUS

#0

#2

Javon DAWSON

#14 Omar EL MANASTERLY

Kordario FLEMING

#11

#15

#22

Jarvis HAYWOOD

J.R. HOLDER

Sam HUNT

#5

#21

#34

Vince MARTIN

Keith McDOUGALD

Josh MURRAY

#33

#13

RJ SLAWSON

Marcel WHITE

www.judolphins.com

3


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Head Coach Cliff Warren Birthdate: March 8, 1968 Hometown: Silver Spring, Md. High School: Paint Branch (Silver Spring, Md.) College: Mount St. Mary's Degree: B.S., Business Finance (1990) Graduate School: Mount St. Mary's Degree: MBA (1993) Playing Experience 1986-1990 Mount St. Mary's 1993-1994 Frederick Flyers (ABA) Coaching Experience 1994-1997 Assistant Coach, Mount St. Mary's 1997-2000 Assistant Coach, Siena 2000-2005 Assistant Coach, Georgia Tech 2005-Present Head Coach, Jacksonville

4

Cliff Warren enters his ninth season at the helm of the Jacksonville University men’s basketball program ready to break more records and get the Dolphins back to the postseason. In three of the last five seasons, JU has made the postseason, and in the last two trips advanced with memorable wins on the road. On the heels of a rebuilding season in 201213, the Dolphins are ready to bounce back and return to the recent success that is becoming the norm. With a 99-92 win over Kennesaw State in triple overtime on January 10, 2013, Warren became the winningest head coach in school history, surpassing the record of 107 wins previously held by Rollie Rourke, who ran the program from 1953-1960. Warren enters this season with 114 victories in his time at JU.

Continued Success Despite losing two of the top 15 scorers in school history, the 2010-11 squad recorded its record third straight trip to the postseason, a first since the 1969-72 campaigns. The 2011 upset of East Carolina in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament gave JU its 20th win of the season – marking the first back-to-back 20-win campaigns since 1974. The 2011 postseason, which ended in the second round of the Collegeinsider.com tournament, came as a result of a 20-11 campaign (13-7 in the A-Sun and a third place finish) that saw JU post a glittering 11-2 home record. The team’s big year also marked the fifth consecutive winning season in men’s basketball, the second-longest streak of its kind in the program’s illustrious history. The 2010-11 team had plenty of highlights of which to boast, including a six-game win streak early in the season. During that run, the Dolphins went on the road and defeated Auburn, 69-55. It was the program’s first win over an SEC opponent since the 1994-95 season. Less than a month later, JU beat Florida (an eventual Elite Eight participant), 71-68 in overtime. The Dolphins also racked up a winning record in non-conference play for the first time since the 2004-05 season. A Run for the Ages The stage was set by the success of the 2009-10 squad which went down as one of the iconic teams in program history, featuring two of the top 15 scorers in school history – Ben Smith and Lehmon Colbert. The dynamic duo became the first four-year seniors in JU history to never endure a losing season. In 2009, Warren became the first JU coach to have three career 1,000-point scorers on the same team with Marcus Allen, Ben Smith and Lehmon Colbert. He has now coached three of the top 15 scorers and claimed the first two regular season conference titles in program history. www.judolphins.com

JU became the first A-Sun team to successfully defend its title since Troy State in 2003 and 2004. The first title didn’t come easily. On the final day of the regular season, JU knocked off three-time defending tournament champion Belmont on its home floor in overtime for the program’s first regular season title. The feat capped the Dolphins meteoric rise from the cellar, becoming the first program in the modern era of college basketball to win a conference title within three years of winning one game or less. The title and the ensuing berth in the NIT – JU’s first postseason trip since 1987 – may be one of the greatest reclamation projects in college basketball, resuscitating a downtrodden program that once played for the national title. In fact, the Dolphins have played to crowds of more than 5,000 fans at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in five of the last six seasons – the most since the early 1990s. Warren has also led the Dolphins to the edge of the promised land, advancing to the Atlantic Sun Championship game twice in his tenure – JU’s first appearances in a title game since 1989. Program Builder One of the top recruiters in the country, Warren and his coaching staff have developed a great knack for finding student-athletes that fit in with the program as well as the Jacksonville University community. That has led to JU putting seven players on the Atlantic Sun AllFreshman team, along with five players named first-team All-Atlantic Sun in his time as coach. Getting student-athletes to come to JU is one thing, but Warren has built a network with former JU student-athletes as well. He has created a strong support group that has brought the basketball alumni back into the program – including greats such as Artis Gilmore, Otis Smith and Dee Brown, along with former coaches Joe Williams, Tom Wasdin, Tates Locke and Bob Wenzel. "This program has a longstanding tradition of excellence and it is my responsibility to carry that tradition," Warren said. "The former players have come back and taken an interest in the program, talking to the guys, attending games and showing their support. That means a lot to our players when the guys whose jerseys are on the wall are supporting them in their efforts, not just as basketball players, but as people too." His hard work has not gone unnoticed. He earned conference “Coach of the Year” honors from CollegeInsider.com in 2007 while being named a finalist for the Hugh Durham “Mid-Major Coach of the Year” Award and the Jim Phelan “National Coach of the Year” Award. After winning the league title in 2009, Warren was honored by his peers by being named Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year.


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Winning at Every Level While this is Warren's first head coaching opportunity. it isn't his first stop where he's been in charge of a reclamation project. In 11 seasons as an assistant coach, Warren helped turn around the fortunes at his alma mater, Mount St. Mary's, as well as Siena and Georgia Tech – eventually helping lead the Yellow Jackets to the national title game in 2004. During his career as an assistant coach, Warren's teams have been to the postseason eight times, with five NCAA Tournaments bids and three NIT appearances. "Cliff Warren is a winner on and off the basketball court," said former JU director of athletics Alan Verlander. "He sees the value of playing basketball, but he also sees the value of a great education. Cliff is also a community builder whose level of enthusiasm is contagious throughout Jacksonville. Cliff's basketball knowledge, coupled with his tenacious personality, is paying dividends for JU. We are fortunate to have a coach of his caliber, and we’re reaping the harvest of his hard work and dedication." Warren's arrival on campus has transformed the program, providing the dynamic to bring Jacksonville basketball back to the forefront in the community. With Warren at the helm, and the backing of the administration - including President Dr. Kerry Romesburg and Verlander - the Dolphins returned to the Downtown area for the first time since 1999, playing home games at the state-of-the- art Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.

Returning JU to Prominence His first season saw the Dolphins undergo a rash of injuries, finishing the season with only eight healthy players. Despite winning just one game, the team did not quit at any point in the season and a star was born in freshman Marcus Allen, who earned a spot on the A-Sun All-Freshman team. With his first full year of recruiting under his belt, Warren’s second team pulled off the biggest turnaround in the country – improving from one win to a 15-14 record and a third-place finish in the league. Led by senior point guard Jesse Kimbrough, the Dolphins' turnaround came after a 4-8 start that saw Kimbrough develop into one of the most potent scorers in the league – earning first team all-conference honors. Aiding Kimbrough’s efforts was a pair of freshmen – Ben Smith and Lehmon Colbert. The duo averaged more than 21 points per game combined and were selected to the A-Sun All-Freshman team. Another strong recruiting class brought in more talent and much-needed depth, leading JU to an 18-13 record and a second-place finish in the Atlantic Sun. The Dolphins finished the season by advancing to the A-Sun Championship game before falling to Belmont in front of a nationally televised audience on ESPN2. Smith led the Dolphins in points, assists and steals and was ranked in the top five in the league in 10 statistical categories – receiving First Team all-conference honors. Joining Smith in the all-conference recognition was freshman Ayron Hardy, the fourth Dolphin in

three seasons to earn All-Freshman honors. Championship Run All of that provided the back story for the Jacksonville title run in 2009, with it all coming full circle in the last game of the regular season at Belmont. Trailing by two with 35 seconds left in overtime, it was Warren’s first signee at JU – Marcus Allen – who calmly stepped up to hit a 3- pointer to give JU the lead one last time to clinch the title. Allen was a key member of the Dolphins title drive, finishing his career tied for 14th on the school’s all-time scoring list with the legendary Gilmore. Smith meanwhile enjoyed another stellar season, leading JU in points, assists, steals and 3-pointers – earning First Team all-conference honors for the second straight season. Hardy didn’t suffer a sophomore jinx either, finishing in the top 15 in the A-Sun in rebounds, blocks and steals to earn Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Year honors. While the Dolphins lost Allen, they didn’t lose the core of Smith, Colbert and Hardy as they tried to defend their championship. After getting off to a 1-7 start, including an 0-3 start to A-Sun play, the Dolphins went on a run to end the season winning 18 of its final 22 games. JU won 10 straight after the slow start to A-Sun play, tying for the fifth-longest winning streak in program history. From there, the Dolphins were rolling and clinched a share of their second straight A-Sun title with an impressive 65-52 win over Campbell at home.

Year-by-Year with Cliff Warren As an assistant coach... YEAR 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 CAREER

SCHOOL Mount St. Mary's Mount St. Mary's Mount St. Mary's Siena Siena Siena Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech

As a head coach... YEAR 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 CAREER

SCHOOL Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville

RECORD 17-13 21-8 14-13 17-12 25-6 24-9 17-13 15-16 16-15 28-10 20-12 214-127

POSTSEASON Northeast Conference (NEC) Tournament Champions, NCAA NEC Regular Season Champions, NIT none Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Conference Tournament Runner-up MAAC Regular Season and Tournament Champions, NCAA MAAC Regular Season Champions, NIT 2nd Round NCAA none NIT Quarterfinalists NCAA Finalist NCAA 2nd Round 5 NCAA Tournaments, 3 NIT Appearances

RECORD 1-26/1-19 15-14/11-7 18-13/12-4 18-14/15-5 20-13/14-6 20-12/13-7 8-22/6-12 14-18/9-9 114-132/81-69

CONFERENCE FINISH 11th t-3rd 2nd 1st 1st 3rd 8th t-4th

www.judolphins.com

POSTSEASON none Atlantic Sun Quarterfinals Atlantic Sun Championship Game Atlantic Sun Champions, NIT 1st Round Atlantic Sun Champions, NIT 2nd Round CIT 2nd Round Atlantic Sun Quarterfinals Atlantic Sun Quarterfinals 2 A-Sun Championships, 2 NIT Apps., 1 CIT App.

5


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Despite an upset loss in the conference tournament semifinals, the Dolphins got another shot at the NIT – traveling across the country to face Arizona State. Trailing by eight with four minutes to go and by five with 20 seconds left, the Dolphins found a way to rally – with Smith banking home the game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer in a shot that made ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays and giving Jacksonville its first postseason win since the 1974 NIT.

Prior to JU Before taking over at JU, Warren spent five seasons as an assistant to Paul Hewitt at Georgia Tech, where he helped lead the Yellow Jackets to 96 wins and four postseason appearances (3 NCAA; 1 NIT). Tech was 20-12 his last season and made its second straight NCAA Tournament appearance. In 2004, Warren helped lead the Yellow Jackets to a 28-10 record and the school's first-ever trip to the NCAA National Championship Game, where Tech lost to Connecticut. The Yellow Jackets also went to the NCAA Tournament in 2001 following a 17-13 campaign and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT in 2002. Warren was nationally recognized for his recruiting abilities as he was named among the top 50 recruiters in the country by Rivals.com. Prior to joining the Tech staff, Warren spent three years (1998-2000) as an assistant at Siena College under Hewitt, where he helped lead the Saints to a 66-27 record, two postseason berths and three straight appearances in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) title game. In 1999, Siena won the MAAC Tournament title and made its first NCAA Tournament visit in 10 years, while ranking third in the nation in scoring with 86.6 points per game. The Saints followed that by winning the 2000 MAAC regular-season championship and advancing to the second round of the NIT, while once again finishing as the third-highest scoring team in the country (86.7 ppg).Warren's work at Siena was recognized by Eastern Basketball Magazine, naming him one of the top recruiters at a mid-major program. The Silver Spring, Md. native started his career as an assistant at his alma mater, Mount St. Mary's, under the legendary Jim Phelan. In 1995, Warren helped lead the Mountaineers to their first NCAA Tournament appearance after winning the Northeast Conference (NEC) Tournament. He followed that with an NIT appearance in 1996 after Mount St. Mary's won the NEC regular season championship. Warren was a two-year starter for the Mountaineers, where he finished his career ranked in the top five in assists and top 50 in scoring in the school record book. As a senior in 1989-90, he averaged 10.4 points and 5.0 assists per game, while leading The Mount to its first winning season in Division I (16-12).

6

Education and Family Warren earned his bachelor of science in business finance from Mount St. Mary's in 1990 and then worked there as a graduate assistant coach and earned a master of business administration in 1993. Before returning to Mount St. Mary's as an assistant coach in 1994, Warren played professionally for the Frederick Flyers of the Atlantic Basketball Association. Midway through the season, he was named assistant coach. He worked as an intern for the NBA's Washington Bullets in 1993-94 Warren is married to the former Jennifer Love, and the couple has one child, Jon Clifford (J.C.) II.

All-Time Wins at JU Head Coach

Wins

Years

1. Cliff Warren

114

2005-present

2. Rollie Rourke

107

1953-1960

3. Hugh Durham

106

1997-2005

4. Joe Williams

92

1964-1970

5. Bob Wenzel

88

1981-1987

6. John Geilen

67

1948-1953

7. Tom Wasdin

63

1970-1973

Postseason Wins at JU Head Coach

Wins

Years

1. Joe Williams

4

1970 NCAA

2. Cliff Warren

2

2010 NIT 2011 CIT

Longest Tenure at JU Head Coach

Seasons

1. Cliff Warren

9

2. Hugh Durham

8

3. Rollie Rourke

7

4. Bob Wenzel

6

Joe Williams

6

6. John Geilen

5

Winning Percentage at JU Head Coach

Pct.

Record

1. Tom Wasdin

.778

63-18

2. Rollie Rourke

.695

107-47

3. John Geilen

.677

67-32

4. Joe Williams

.601

92-61

5. Dick Hendall

.510

51-49

6. Bob Wenzel

.506

88-86

7. Hugh Durham

.471

106-119

8. Cliff Warren

.463

114-132

Among the Atlantic Sun Coaches Head Coach

at School

A-Sun

1. Murry Bartow, ETSU (10)

189-135

110-55

2. Dave Bezold, NKU (9)*

172-95

9-9

3. Eddie Payne, Upst (11)

157-176

44-67

4. Cliff Warren, JU (8)

114-132

81-69

5. Bob Hoffman, Mer (5)

99-73

59-37

*Northern Kentucky played at the Division II level prior to 2012-13

www.judolphins.com


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

The Cliff Warren Timeline April 20, 2005

Cliff Warren is named the 15th head coach in the history of the JU men's basketball program, the first by director of athletics Alan Verlander.

May 20, 2005

March 8, 2008

November 27, 2010

December 4, 2008

December 20, 2010

Making its first appearance in a conference title game since 1990, JU falls to Belmont in the A-Sun championship game.

Warren signs his first student-athlete at JU -- Marcus Allen.

In a rematch of the A-Sun title game, JU rallies from a 19-point deficit to defeat Belmont, 65-64.

November 19, 2005

January 15, 2009

JU loses its first game in the Warren Era to Florida State at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.

December 2, 2005

Warren picks up his first career win with an 88-71 decision over North Florida at Swisher Gymnasium.

March 19, 2006

JU hosts the 1st and 2nd rounds of the NCAA Tournament.

The Dolphins top UNF, 78-38, for the fourthlargest margin of victory on the road in school history.

February 28, 2009

JU downs Belmont on the road in overtime, 84-82, for the program's first regular season conference title in the Atlantic Sun. Marcus Allen's 3-pointer with 35 seconds left propelled the Dolphins to a comeback in the extra session.

March 7, 2009

JU announces that it is moving all of its home games downtown to the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.

JU falls to East Tennessee State in the A-Sun championship game, sending the Dolphins to the NIT and marking their first postseason bid since 1986-87.

February 24, 2007

March 18, 2009

June 20, 2006

JU knocks off Lipscomb, 74-67, sending the Dolphins into the A-Sun Tournament as the No. 3 seed.

The Dolphins fall on the road to Florida in the first round of the NIT, 84-62.

February 27, 2007

JU tops UCF, 61-51, to win the UCF Holiday Classic title. The win was the first for the Dolphins over UCF since 2005.

Warren's second year sees three Dolphins earn all-conference honors. Jesse Kimbrough was an All-Atlantic Sun selection, while Lehmon Colbert and Ben Smith were named to the All-Freshman team.

March 8, 2007

Warren is named A-Sun Coach of the Year by Collegeinsider.com and a finalist for both the Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year and Hugh Durham Mid-Major Coach of the Year awards.

November 17, 2007

The Dolphins' win over Concordia at home gives JU a 3-0 record. It is the best start for the program since the 2001-02 campaign.

March 7, 2008

JU eliminates Gardner-Webb, 89-80, in the A-Sun semifinals for its second win in the tournament -- advancing to the championship game in the process.

December 30, 2009

January 31, 2010

JU knocks off USC Upstate, 79-63, giving the Dolphins their 10th straight win. It is tied for the fourth-longest streak in program history.

The Dolphins defeat their first SEC opponent since 1994 with a 69-55 takedown of Auburn on the road.

The Dolphins rock the college basketball establishment with an upset of #20 Florida, 71-68, in overtime. It is JU's first win over the Gators since 1994 and the first win over a team ranked in the AP Top 25 since then as well.

March 2, 2011

Warren is named as an assistant on the USA Basketball Men's U19 World Championship team.

May 26, 2011

Warren is named to the Black Coaches Association Board of Directors.

February 20, 2012

Warren earns win No. 100 at JU with a 7371 victory over Kennesaw State.

August 12, 2012

Warren takes the team on a week-long mission trip to the Dominican Republic.

November 12, 2012

It is announced that JU will once again play host to the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship, hosting a 2nd and 3rd round site in 2015.

January 10, 2013

Warren becomes the all-time winningest coach in JU history after a 99-92 triple overtime victory over Kennesaw State. The win is the 108th of Warren's career.

February 25, 2010

With a 65-52 home win over Campbell, JU wins its second straight A-Sun regular season title.

March 17, 2010

In front of a nationally-televised crowd on ESPN2, Ben Smith banks in a 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds left to give the Dolphins an epic 67-66 win at Arizona State in the first round of the NIT. It is JU's first postseason win since 1974 and snaps a 41-game losing streak to BCS schools.

www.judolphins.com

7


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Winston Neal

8

Winston Neal begins his ninth season as an assistant coach for the Dolphins and is responsible for handling team travel, coordinating JU’s recruiting efforts, working with post players and advance scouting. As the recruiting coordinator, Neal has helped pull in key recruits who have all pushed for playing time. This influx of talent has seen JU put seven student-athletes on the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman team in his time with the program. Neal came to Jacksonville after working as director of basketball operations for the University of Southern California men's basketball team. "Winston is extremely intelligent and creative,” said JU head coach Cliff Warren. “His creative ideas and fresh thinking will be an important part of our development process." At USC, Neal was in charge of many key facets of the Trojans’ program, including the planning of all team travel as well as managing all of the Trojans’ Summer Basketball camps and winter clinics. He was also involved in planning and coordinating all recruiting visits on campus. Neal implemented individual player workouts for guards and post players. He also was in charge of the film breakdown and teaching

sessions for the guards and forwards. Under Neal's guidance, freshman point guard Gabe Pruitt earned a spot on the Pac-10 All-Freshman team and Nick Young earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Freshman team honors. Later that year, Young was the first round pick (16th overall) in the 2007 NBA Draft of the Washington Wizards. Pruitt was picked in the second round (32nd overall) by the Boston Celtics. Before USC, Neal started his coaching career as a graduate assistant coach at Loyola Marymount for two seasons. He was responsible for preseason and postseason workouts, player development and recruiting. Neal helped develop forward Sherman Gray into the West Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year and all-conference honoree. Before Neal started his coaching career, he was a four-year letterwinner for the Georgia Tech men's basketball team from 1998-2002. Neal played under Warren while he was an assistant at Tech. He served as the Yellow Jackets team captain in his senior season and was a two-time Scholar-Athlete Award recipient, while also being named to the ACC Academic honor roll for three consecutive seasons (1999-2001). Neal earned the Iron Athlete Award in his

Trevor Quinn begins his seventh season on the JU men’s basketball staff and his sixth as an assistant coach. Quinn served as the Director of Basketball Operations his first season, overseeing scouting, team travel and academic progress. With the promotion to assistant coach, Quinn is responsible for the basketball program’s study hall efforts, which has produced seven Academic All-Conference honorees. He is also involved in recruiting as well as player development and scouting. “Trevor knows the game of basketball and he knows the in-and-outs of a program,” said JU head coach Cliff Warren. “His knowledge and experience will be a great asset for our program.” A four-year letterwinner at Goucher College, Quinn was team captain his final three seasons. A student of the game, he has worked several camps as a coach including the Army Basketball Camp, the Navy Basketball Camp, Morgan Wooten’s Basketball Camp and Leonard Hamilton’s Florida State Basketball Camp. Prior to his arrival at JU, Quinn spent two seasons at Florida State as a graduate assistant. During his time with the Seminoles, he assisted in recruiting, and was respon-

sible for film exchange as well as off-season workouts. He gained valuable experience in player development, working with Alexander Johnson and Al Thornton as they prepared for the NBA Draft. Johnson subsequently played with the Memphis Grizzlies and Miami Heat, while Thornton was a lottery pick of the Los Angeles Clippers. During his two seasons at Florida State, the Seminoles made back-toback NIT appearances along with a win at Duke. A native of Serena Park, Md., Quinn graduated from Goucher College in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in communications. He followed that by getting his master’s degree in sports management from Florida State in 2007.

first three seasons at Georgia Tech. Neal received his bachelor’s degree in management from Georgia Tech in 2002. In 2004, Neal earned his master's degree from Loyola Marymount in business administration. Neal is married to the former Bridget Walker and the couple resides in Jacksonville.

Trevor Quinn www.judolphins.com


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Will Jones Will Jones is an up-and-coming assistant basketball coach who enters his third season at Jacksonville University. Jones has built an impressive resume, having starred at South Carolina State and leading the Bulldogs to the 2003 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) title for a spot in the NCAA Tournament, later cutting his teeth in the coaching trade with stops at Tennessee State, Lemoyne-Owen, South Carolina State, Okaloosa-Walton and Charleston Southern. At JU, Jones' duties include overseeing the basketball budget, scheduling, recruiting, player development, academics and all other projects assigned by Head Coach Cliff Warren. In 2012, Jones was selected to the prestigious NCAA–ACE program, which highlights some of the best men’s and women’s assistant basketball coaches from across the country. During his time at Charleston Southern, Jones helped the Buccaneers to their best record in more than 15 years and recruited two All-Conference performers. Prior to his two years at CSU, Jones was an assistant coach at Okaloosa-Walton College. During his two-year tenure at O-W, Jones helped the program compile a 48-14

overall record and sent 12 players to Division I NCAA programs, including four players to the SEC. Jones also served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, South Carolina State, during the 2006-07 season. He had another one-year stint as an assistant at LemoyneOwen College in 2005-06. Prior to joining the full-time ranks, Jones spent two years as a graduate assistant at Tennessee State University from 2003-05. During his playing days, Jones was a team captain his senior year at South Carolina State, leading the Bulldogs to the MEAC Championship in 2002-03, defeating Hampton to advance to the first round of the NCAA Tournament. He was a member of the MEAC All-Academic Team from 2001-03 and earned 2003 Black Voices Magazine Academic All-America honors as well. Jones is also the Founder of the Will Jones Future Star Basketball Camp in his home town of Moncks Corner, S.C. A 2002 graduate of South Carolina State University with a bachelor's in sport communication, Jones went on to receive his master's in sport administration from Tennessee State University in 2005.

Don Anderson begins his second season as Director of Operations on the Dolphins' men's basketball staff. Anderson comes to JU after serving a five-year stint at Binghamton University from 2007-12. He served as the operations director for the first two seasons before finishing the final three as assistant coach for the Bearcats. Outside of Binghamton, Anderson has also had coaching stints at UMBC (2006-07), Coppin State (2002-06), Mount Saint Mary's (1989-02) and Gettysburg College (1985-89). During his time under the tutelage of legendary coach Jim Phelan at Mount Saint Mary's, he helped guide The Mount to two NCAA bids (1995 & 1999) and an NIT bid (1996). He also coached and worked with JU head coach Cliff Warren during his tenure. Anderson was a four-year starter at Franklin & Marshall College, finishing as a 1,000-point scorer. He was later named to the All-Era team.Anderson received his bachelor’s degree in history from Franklin & Marshall College in 1982. He lives in Jacksonville and has a son named Malcolm.

Don Anderson www.judolphins.com

9


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Career Highs

Points ............................. 17 (1/18/13 at North Florida) Rebounds .................................... 12 (1/7/13 at Stetson) Assists ..............................3, six times (3/2/13 at NKU) Blocks ................ 2, two times (2/28/13 at Lipscomb) Steals ..........................3, two times (11/21/12 at UALR) Minutes................................................. 26 (3/2/13 at NKU)

2012-13 – Junior Season • Earned back-to-back Atlantic Sun Newcomer of the Week awards (1/22 and 1/29) • Played in 28 games, making 10 starts • Averaged 20.1 minutes per contest • Ranked sixth on the team in scoring (7.0 points per game) and third in rebounding (4.5 per game) • Scored seven points and collected eight boards in season opener at Georgia (11/9) • Reached double-figures in scoring for the first time at JU with 14 at UALR (11/21) • Put together back-to-back games of 10 points and four rebounds at South Carolina State (11/28) and against Florida Christian (12/3) • Scored nine points and scooped up 12 rebounds at Stetson (1/7) • Poured in a season-high 17 points along with six boards at UNF (1/18) • Connected on 5-of-7 from the field and 5-of-6 from the stripe, notching 16 points and six rebounds at East Tennessee State (1/24) • Ended just a rebound short of a double-double at Mercer, with 12 points and nine boards (2/7) • Played a season-high 26 minutes, scoring nine points along with 10 rebounds at Northern Kentucky (3/2)

#0 Javon Dawson Senior Forward 6-6 260 Cordele, Ga.

Prior to JU • Spent the 2011-12 season at the University of Utah • Recorded 96 points and 70 rebounds in 31 contests • Redshirted the 2010-11 season at Gulf Coast Community College due to injury • As a freshman at GCCC, posted 8.1 points per game and led the squad with 7.3 boards per game to earn all-conference and all-freshman honors High School • Four-year starter at Crisp County HS • Earned two First Team All-State honors and was a McDonald’s All-America nominee Personal • Born Sept. 10, 1990 in Americus, Ga. • Son of Debra • Has a sister, Dementria, and a brother, Kanney • Also has a son, Javon, Jr. • Major is communications

Dawson's Career Stats

YEAR............ GP/S Min./Avg FG-A Pct. 2012-13 ......28/10 562/20.1 75-175 .429 Totals ........28/10 562 75-175 .429

10

3FG-A Pct. 7-21 .333 7-21 .333

FT-A Pct. 39-49 .796 39-49 .796

www.judolphins.com

O-D 42-85 42-85

Reb./Avg. 127/4.5 127/4.5

PF A TO BS S Pts./Avg. 58 34 40 8 17 196/7.0 58 34 40 8 17 196/7.0


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Career Highs

Points ......................................26 (12/11/11 at Furman) Rebounds ...............13 (1/10/13 vs. Kennesaw State) Assists ......................5 (12/3/12 vs. Florida Christian) Steals .........................4, three times (1/24/13 at ETSU) 3-Point FG ...................................5 (1/2/13 vs. Lipscomb) Minutes .........35, two times (1/10/13 vs. Kennesaw St.)

#21 Keith McDougald Senior Guard 6-1 206 Jacksonville, Fla.

2012-13 – Junior Season • Played in 28 games, making 22 starts • Led Jacksonville in scoring at 13.1 points per game • Also led JU in steals (1.4) and was fifth in rebounds (3.9) and assists (1.4) • Notched 17 points and five rebounds in a win at Missouri State (11/19) • Scored 20 points and had six rebounds against Rider (11/23) • Made five three-pointers and scored 19 points against Lipscomb (1/2) • Recorded first career double-double with 25 points and 13 rebounds in triple-OT victory over Kennesaw State (1/10) • Had 23 points and four steals in a win at East Tennessee State (1/24) • Poured in 21 points against USC Upstate (2/21) • Added a second double-double on the season with 21 points and 13 boards at Northern Kentucky (3/2) 2011-12 – Sophomore Season • Missed time due to injury, but started 17 of the 19 contests he competed in • Finished second on the team in scoring (11.2) and three-pointers made (32) • Hit the 20-point barrier for the first time in his career against Florida State, scoring 21 (11/11) • Set a season-high with 26 points against Furman (12/11) • Totaled eight rebounds against Belmont (1/4) 2010-11 – Freshman Season • Earned Atlantic Sun All-Freshman honors • Played in 31 games as a freshman, making 15 starts • Finished third on the team in scoring, averaging 9.1 per game • Led the Dolphins with 45 made three-pointers, connecting at a 34.9 percent clip • Set season highs in points (18) and three-pointers (four) in a win at #20 Florida (12/20) High School • Played at Bishop Kenny HS, averaging 17 points a game as a senior • First Team all-state selection, as well as earning all-Jacksonville honors and the MVP trophy from The Bolles School tournament • A McDonald’s All-America nominee Personal • Born March 3, 1992 in Jacksonville, Fla. • Son of Keith and Stacy • Major is communications

YEAR............ GP/S 2010-11 ...... 31/15 2011-12 ...... 19/17 2012-13 ..... 28/22 Totals ...... 78/54

McDougald's Career Stats

Min./Avg FG-A Pct. 3FG-A 629/20.3 94-248 .379 45-129 503/26.5 78-209 .373 32-94 688/24.6 125-290 .431 45-124 1820 297-747 .398 122-347

Pct. FT-A Pct. O-D .349 49-71 .690 27-48 .340 24-31 .774 24-36 .363 71-94 .755 20-90 .352 144-196 .735 71-174 www.judolphins.com

Reb./Avg. 75/2.4 60/3.2 110/3.9 245/3.1

PF 89 45 72 206

A TO BS S Pts./Avg. 29 55 1 29 282/9.1 24 32 0 19 212/11.2 39 68 2 38 366/13.1 92 155 3 86 860/11.0

11


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Career Highs

Points ........................8 (12/3/12 vs. Florida Christian) Rebounds ....... 3, two times (3/7/13 vs. USC Upstate) Steals ............................2 (12/3/12 vs. Florida Christian) 3-Point FG .............2, five times (12/28/12 at Indiana) Minutes ....................21 (12/3/12 vs. Florida Christian)

#1 Jeremy Bogus Junior Guard 6-5 190 Birmingham, Ala.

2012-13 – Sophomore Season • Saw action in 19 games, averaging 8.4 minutes per contest • Set season-highs with 21 minutes and eight points against Florida Christian (12/3) • Scored seven points at #5 Indiana (12/28) • Had five points in a road win at East Tennessee State (1/24) • Chipped in with three points, three rebounds, a block, steal and assist in conference tournament matchup against USC Upstate (3/7) 2011-12 – Freshman Season • Played in 21 games • Scored a season-high seven points at UAB (12/22) • Scored six points in consecutive games against Florida Gulf Coast (2/4) and Stetson (2/6) • Played a season-high 12 minutes at Florida (11/25) and Wofford (12/18) • Earned A-Sun All-Academic honors High School • Three-year starter at Wenonah HS under coach Cedric Lane • Averaged 19.6 points and 6.8 rebounds as a senior, helping the Dragons to a state title • Earned Class 5A State Tournament MVP honors • Named to the Alabama all-star team and played in an annual game against a team of Mississippi all-stars Personal • Born Sept. 30, 1992 in Birmingham, Ala. • Son of Lorene Sanders • Has three sisters: Kesha, Thomisha and Sabrina • Major is business management

YEAR............ GP/S Min./Avg 2011-12 .........21/0 138/6.6 2012-13 .........19/0 160/8.4 Totals ........... 40/0 298

12

FG-A Pct. 11-45 .244 16-54 .296 27-99 .273

Bogus' Career Stats

3FG-A Pct. 10-39 .256 8-34 .235 18-73 .247

FT-A Pct. 3-3 1.000 3-4 .750 6-7 .857

www.judolphins.com

O-D 4-3 4-7 8-10

Reb./Avg. 7/0.3 11/0.6 18/0.5

PF 22 13 35

A TO BS 1 4 1 6 5 3 7 9 4

S Pts./Avg. 2 35/1.7 4 43/2.3 6 78/2.0


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Career Highs

Points ........................8 (12/3/12 vs. Florida Christian) Rebounds ............ 6, two times (2/28/13 at Lipscomb) Blocks ................... 4 (11/28/12 at South Carolina State) Steals ............................... 2 (11/13/12 vs. Trinity Baptist) Minutes .........................................20 (11/21/12 at UALR)

2012-13 – Freshman Season • Played in all 32 games, averaging 8.8 minutes per contest • Spent a season-high 20 minutes on the court at UALR, scoring seven points and grabbing five rebounds (11/21) • Scored a season-high eight points against Florida Christian (12/3) • Had four points and six rebounds in conference opener against Northern Kentucky (12/31) • Matched season high with six rebounds at Lipscomb (2/28)

#44 Tyler Alderman Sophomore Center 6-9 235 Fishers, Ind.

YEAR............ GP/S Min./Avg 2012-13 ........ 32/0 283/8.8 Totals .......... 32/0 283

High School • As a senior, led Fishers HS in blocks, rebounds and double-doubles • Played AAU basketball for Indiana Elite One Personal • Born March 29, 1994 in Indianapolis, Ind. • Son of Jim and Brenda • Has two sisters, Jenny and Lauren; and a brother, Kyle • Major is communications

Alderman's Career Stats

FG-A Pct. 19-47 .404 19-47 .404

3FG-A Pct. 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FT-A Pct. 11-17 .647 11-17 .647

www.judolphins.com

O-D 22-42 22-42

Reb./Avg. 64/2.0 64/2.0

PF 55 55

A TO BS 4 13 17 4 13 17

S Pts./Avg. 7 49/1.5 7 49/1.5

13


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Career Highs

Points .......................... 17 (12/7/12 at South Carolina) Rebounds ...............2, six times (2/28/13 at Lipscomb) Assists ...............................3 (12/3/12 vs. Trinity Baptist) Steals .................................2 (12/7/12 at South Carolina) 3-Point FG .............3, three times (1/7/13 at Stetson) Minutes.....................23 (12/3/12 vs. Florida Christian)

#10 Marcellous Bell Sophomore Guard 5-11 175 Hyattsville, Md.

2012-13 – Freshman Season • Played in 27 games, averaging 12.3 minutes per game • Hit all three of his three-point attempts and scored 11 points against Trinity Baptist (11/13) • Set a season high with 23 minutes played against Florida Christian, scoring 12 points along with three assists and two rebounds (12/3) • Led JU in scoring with 17 points at South Carolina (12/7) • Scored nine points on 3-of-4 from behind the arc at Stetson (1/7) • Connected on 2-of-3 shots from distance, scoring eight points against UNF (2/15) High School • Played at DeMatha Catholic HS under Mike Jones • Helped the Stags to three 30-win seasons • Averaged 19.7 points per game as a senior Personal • Born April 10, 1994 in Bethesda, Md. • Son of Randy and Felecia • Major is accounting

YEAR............ GP/S Min./Avg FG-A Pct. 2012-13 ........ 27/0 333/12.3 32-119 .269 Totals .......... 27/0 333/12.3 32-119 .269

14

Bell's Career Stats

3FG-A Pct. 24-84 .286 24-84 .286

FT-A Pct. 15-17 .882 15-17 .882

www.judolphins.com

O-D 6-14 6-14

Reb./Avg. 20/0.7 20/0.7

PF A TO BS S Pts./Avg. 28 14 14 2 12 103/3.8 28 14 14 2 12 103/3.8


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Career Highs

Points ..........18 (2/23/13 vs. East Tennessee State) Rebounds ..............11, three times (2/7/13 at Mercer) Assists ........5, two times (1/10/13 vs. Kennesaw St.) Blocks......................................4 (11/24/12 vs. Milwaukee) Steals .........................3, two times (11/16/12 at Miami) Minutes...........................46 (1/10/13 vs. Kennesaw St.)

#2 Kordario Fleming Sophomore Forward 6-6 210 Memphis, Tenn.

2012-13 – Freshman Season • Earned Atlantic Sun All-Freshman honors • Played in all 32 games, making 22 starts • Led the Dolphins in minutes played, averaging 28.0 per contest • Finished fifth on the team in scoring (7.6 per game), as well as second in rebounding (5.4), steals (1.0) and blocked shots (0.8) • Secured first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Trinity Baptist (11/13) • Shot 6-of-9 from the floor, scoring 13 points at South Carolina State (11/28) • Had 10 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in 46 minutes of action in a triple-OT win over Kennesaw State (1/10) • Tallied 16 points and four rebounds against Stetson (1/31) • Went for 10 points, 11 rebounds, three blocks and a pair of assists at Mercer (2/7) • Put together a season high with 18 points as well as six rebounds against East Tennessee State (2/23) High School • Played at Ridgeway HS under Wesley Henning • Helped the Roadrunners to more than 25 wins in all four seasons, including a 35-2 record as a senior Personal • Born May 6, 1994 in Memphis, Tenn. • Son of Roman Fleming, Sr. and LaKisha Christion • Has two sisters, Nakisha and Khadijah; and a brother, Roman Jr. • Major is sports administration

YEAR............ GP/S Min./Avg FG-A Pct. 2012-13 ..... 32/22 896/28.0 94-199 .472 Totals ....... 32/22 896/28.0 94-199 .472

Fleming's Career Stats 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. O-D 0-2 .000 54-101 .535 61-112 0-2 000 54-101 .535 61-112 www.judolphins.com

Reb./Avg. 173/5.4 173/5.4

PF A TO BS S Pts./Avg. 65 54 70 24 31 242/7.6 65 54 70 24 31 242/7.6

15


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Career Highs

Points ....................................26 (2/28/13 at Lipscomb) Rebounds ..................... 9, four times (2/15/13 vs. UNF) Assists ...............................................5 (12/31/12 vs. NKU) Steals .......2, seven times (2/21/13 vs. USC Upstate) Minutes .......................................... 37 (2/7/13 at Mercer)

2012-13 – Freshman Season • Unanimous selection to the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman team • Named Atlantic Sun Newcomer of the Week on three occasions (1/15, 2/5 and 3/3) • Played in 31 games, starting 30 times • Finished second on the team in scoring (11.5 points per game), as well as fourth in rebounds (4.3) and assists (1.4) per contest • Scored in double figures on 18 occasions, including the final six games of the season and nine of the last 10 • Totaled 16 points and nine rebounds in only 17 minutes against Trinity Baptist (11/13) • Notched 13 points and five rebounds in consecutive games at South Carolina State (11/28) and South Carolina (12/7) • Ended just a rebound shy of a double-double with 16 points and nine boards against Furman (12/22) • Set a season high with five assists, adding eight points and nine rebounds in a win over Northern Kentucky (12/31) • Poured in 18 points along with five rebounds, three assists and two steals in JU’s triple-OT win over Kennesaw State (1/10) • Shot 8-of-12 from the floor to score 19 points and grab nine rebounds in a win over UNF (2/15) • Continued his torrid stretch from the field with a 7-of-11 night to again notch 19 points against USC Upstate (2/21) • Set a season high with 26 points on 9-12 from the field and 8-of-9 from the charity stripe at Lipscomb (2/28) • Led the Dolphins with 16 points in their A-Sun Tournament matchup against USC Upstate (3/7)

#11 Jarvis Haywood Sophomore Guard 6-4 185 Charlotte, N.C.

High School • Played his senior season at Harding University HS under Walter Aikens • Averaged 23 points per game as a senior, leading the Rams to a 23-5 mark • Played in the Jordan Brand Classic regional game, leading his West squad with 17 points and three steals • Spent his sophomore and junior seasons at Waddell HS Personal • Born Jan. 29, 1994 in Charlotte, N.C. • Son of Melissa • Has a brother, Cortez, and a sister, Coby • Majoring in accounting with a business minor

Haywood's Career Stats

YEAR............ GP/S Min./Avg FG-A Pct. 2012-13 ..... 31/30 798/25.7 127-286 .444 Totals ....... 31/30 798/25.7127-286 .444

16

3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 10-34 .294 92-119 .773 10-34 .294 92-119 .773

www.judolphins.com

O-D 45-88 45-88

Reb./Avg. 133/4.3 133/4.3

PF A TO BS S Pts./Avg. 81 42 77 9 27 356/11.5 81 42 77 9 27 356/11.5


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE #5 Vince Martin

#14 Omar El Manasterly

Graduate Guard 6-2 200 Marietta, Ga. Young Harris College

Freshman Forward 6-6 220 Sugar Land, Texas Fort Bend Austin HS

Prior to JU • Spent the last two seasons at Young Harris College • Started 52 games in that span and compiled a 16.9 points per game average with the Mountain Lions • Also averaged 7.3 assists, 4.3 rebounds and 2.0 steals per contest in that time • Named to the All-Peach Belt Third Team in 2012-13, leading the league in assists per game with 8.0

High School • Transferred in from Egypt entering his senior year of high school • Named First Team All-District in 2012-13 • Averaged more than 12 points and seven rebounds a game • Played for the Egypt U16 National Team and joined the Houston Cowboys AAU team

#33 RJ Slawson

#15 J.R. Holder

Graduate Forward 6-9 220 Charleston, S.C. University of South Carolina

Freshman Forward 6-7 180 Atlanta, Ga. Mt. Zion HS

Prior to JU • Has spent the previous three seasons with the University of South Carolina • Played in 91 games and started 15 times in that span • Hit career highs with 13 points and 14 rebounds against No. 1 North Carolina on Nov. 25, 2011 • The Gatorade South Carolina Player of the Year coming out of high school and a Top 100 recruit nationally

High School • Selected to the 5A-South All-State team as a senior • Named to the 4-AAAAA All-Region team • Atlanta Constitution-Journal All-Metro honorable mention • Atlanta Tipoff Club All-Metro Third Team • Averaged 22 points and 10 rebounds per contest as a senior • Averaged 24.5 points, seven rebounds, four assists and five blocks a game as a junior

www.judolphins.com

17


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE #22 Sam Hunt

#13 Marcel White

Freshman Guard 6-2 170 Greensboro, N.C. Dudley HS

Freshman Guard/Forward 6-6 200 Lake Wales, Fla. Vermont Prep / Lake Wales HS

High School • Averaged 20 points, five assists and four rebounds per game as a senior • Named the Metro Conference Player of the Year in 2012-13 • Also awarded NCPreps.com 4A All-State, All-Conference and All-County honors as a senior • Played in North Carolina's East/West All-Star Game, leading the West squad with 18 points

High School • Averaged 15 points and eight rebounds in one season at Vermont Prep • Before his year of prep school, led Lake Wales HS to a 5A state title in 2011-12, winning every game of the state tournament by at least 30 points • Led Lake Wales in both scoring and rebounding en route to the state title, averaging 15 points and eight rebounds per game

#34 Josh Murray Freshman Center 6-9 220 Burlington, N.C. Cummings HS High School • Named to the NCPreps.com 2A All-State team in 2012-13 • Was also an All-Region selection • Led team to a 21-5 record as a senior • Named MVP of the Eastern Guilford Christmas Holiday Tournament, recording a triple-double of 22 points, 20 rebounds and 10 blocks in the championship game

18

www.judolphins.com


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Individual Statistics - All Games ## PLAYER ...................GP-GS

Min/Avg

21 McDougald, Keith ....... 28-22 11 Haywood, Jarvis ...........31-30 20 Fritsch, Dylan .................26-12 42 Powell, Glenn................. 32-32 23 Fleming, Kordario ....... 32-22 0 Dawson, Javon..............28-10 2 Powell, Russell.............. 32-32 10 Bell, Marcellous ...............27-0 5 Graham, Evin.................... 28-0 1 Bogus, Jeremy .................19-0 44 Alderman, Tyler............... 32-0 12 Spurling, Chris..................10-0 14 Coleman, Connor .............. 4-0 TEAM ........................................................ Jacksonville Totals ....................... 32 Opponent Totals ............................ 32

688/24.6 798/25.7 569/21.9 807/25.2 896/28.0 562/20.1 882/27.6 333/12.3 470/16.8 160/8.4 283/8.8 46/4.6 6/1.5

SCORE BY PERIODS........ 1ST Jacksonville ............................1033 Opponents ...............................1120

2ND 1113 1149

FG-A Pct

125-290 127-286 85-226 116-221 94-199 75-175 57-141 32-119 26-69 16-54 19-47 2-4 0-0

3FG-A

Pct

.431 45-124 .444 10-34 .376 59-171 .525 0-0 .472 0-2 .429 7-21 .404 8-28 .269 24-84 .377 4-11 .296 8-34 .404 0-0 .500 1-3 .000 0-0

OT2 5 5

Pct Off-Def Tot/Avg PF

A TO

.755 20-90 110/3.9 72 39 68 .773 45-88 133/4.3 81 42 77 .800 12-47 59/2.3 35 12 20 .638 81-139 220/6.9 90 18 65 .535 61-112 173/5.4 65 54 70 .796 42-85 127/4.5 58 34 40 .780 15-66 81/2.5 68 133 72 .882 6-14 20/0.7 28 14 14 .577 23-43 66/2.4 45 56 36 .750 4-7 11/0.6 13 6 5 .647 22-42 64/2.0 55 4 13 .000 1-1 2/0.2 5 1 0 .000 0-0 0/0.0 0 1 0 52-36 88/2.8 8 .324 467-664 .703384-7701154/36.1 615 414 488 .338488-697 .700 361-7761137/35.5598453 470

774-1831 .423 166-512 805-1820 .442202-598

OT 17 20

FT-A

.363 71-94 .294 92-119 .345 28-35 .000 60-94 .000 54-101 .333 39-49 .286 64-82 .286 15-17 .364 30-52 .235 3-4 .000 11-17 .333 0-0 .000 0-0

OT3 13 6

B

2 9 7 28 24 8 0 2 4 3 17 0 0

S

38 27 4 26 31 17 24 12 22 4 7 2 1

Pts/Avg

366/13.1 356/11.5 257/9.9 292/9.1 242/7.6 196/7.0 186/5.8 103/3.8 86/3.1 43/2.3 49/1.5 5/0.5 0/0.0

104 215 2181/68.2 135 235 2300/71.9

TOTALS 2181 2300

Individual Statistics - Atlantic Sun Games ## PLAYER ...................GP-GS

Min/Avg

21 McDougald, Keith ........ 17-13 11 Haywood, Jarvis ........... 18-18 20 Fritsch, Dylan ....................13-5 42 Powell, Glenn.................. 18-18 23 Fleming, Kordario ........ 18-18 0 Dawson, Javon.................15-0 2 Powell, Russell............... 18-18 10 Bell, Marcellous ...............13-0 5 Graham, Evin.....................16-0 1 Bogus, Jeremy ................. 11-0 44 Alderman, Tyler................18-0 12 Spurling, Chris.................... 5-0 14 Coleman, Connor .............. 1-0 TEAM ........................................................ Jacksonville Totals ........................18 Opponent Totals .............................18

434/25.5 489/27.2 287/22.1 481/26.7 540/30.0 316/21.1 538/29.9 136/10.5 276/17.3 62/5.6 125/6.9 15/3.0 1/1.0

SCORE BY PERIODS........ 1ST Jacksonville ...............................581 Opponents .................................603

2ND 633 642

FG-A Pct

89-184 75-167 40-109 72-142 60-130 39-95 29-79 12-48 14-37 5-21 6-21 0-0 0-0

.484 .449 .367 .507 .462 .411 .367 .250 .378 .238 .286 .000 .000

3FG-A

Pct

37-80 5-17 29-87 0-0 0-0 4-13 6-18 11-33 1-8 2-12 0-0 0-0 0-0

.463 .294 .333 .000 .000 .308 .333 .333 .125 .167 .000 .000 .000

OT2 5 5

Pct Off-Def Tot/Avg PF

13-61 74/4.4 49 25-58 83/4.6 51 6-27 33/2.5 16 39-73 112/6.2 52 38-69 107/5.9 35 29-47 76/5.1 27 5-44 49/2.7 42 1-6 7/0.5 9 11-28 39/2.4 26 1-3 4/0.4 6 13-23 36/2.0 25 1-0 1/0.2 5 0-0 0/0.0 0 30-26 56/3.1 .354272-370 .735 212-465677/37.6 343 .322277-389 .712 199-436635/35.3336

441-1033 .427 95-268 445-1043 .427 109-338

OT 17 20

FT-A

OT3 13 6

46-60 .767 53-68 .779 17-20 .850 29-47 .617 39-65 .600 23-26 .885 46-58 .793 2-2 1.000 13-18 .722 2-2 1.000 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

A TO

26 34 3 12 33 18 80 3 34 5 1 0 0

B

S

Pts/Avg

54 1 23 261/15.4 48 5 15 208/11.6 8 4 4 126/9.7 27 18 17 173/9.6 34 13 14 159/8.8 14 4 2 105/7.0 41 0 15 110/6.1 2 0 5 37/2.8 14 3 10 42/2.6 2 0 0 14/1.3 6 4 4 14/0.8 0 0 1 0/0.0 0 0 0 0/0.0 6 249 256 52 110 1249/69.4 240 235 66 119 1276/70.9

TOTALS 1249 1276

2012-13 Player Game Highs Points .........................................26 (Jarvis Haywood at Lipscomb, 2/28/13) Field Goals............ 9, two times (Jarvis Haywood at Lipscomb, 2/28/13) 3-Point Field Goals ............................6 (Dylan Fritsch at Miami, 11/16/12) Free Throws .................11 (Keith McDougald vs. Kennesaw St., 1/10/13) Rebounds ...........................13, two times (Keith McDougald at NKU, 3/2/13) Assists .........................................................9 (Russell Powell at ETSU, 1/24/13) Blocks ............................ 4, three times (Glenn Powell vs. Lipscomb, 1/2/13) Steals ................................... 4, five times (Glenn Powell vs. Stetson, 1/31/13) www.judolphins.com

19


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

RECORD ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

ALL 14-18 9-9 5-9

Opponent

HOME 10-3 7-2 3-1

Score

NEUTRAL 1-2 0-0 1-2

Attend

High Points

11/9/12 11/13/12 11/16/12

at Georgia Trinity Baptist at Miami

62-68 78-48 57-73

L W L

5232 1077 3135

(13) McDougald, Keith (16) Haywood, Jarvis (23) Fritsch, Dylan

11/19/12 11/21/12

at Missouri St. at UALR

64-58 56-78

W L

5046 2905

(17) McDougald, Keith (14) Dawson, Javon (14) Haywood, Jarvis

11/23/12 11/24/12 11/28/12 12/3/12 12/7/12 12/18/12 12/22/12 12/28/12 12/31/12 1/2/13 1/5/13 1/7/13 1/10/13 1/12/13

vs. Rider vs. Milwaukee at South Carolina St. Florida Christian at South Carolina Wofford Furman at Indiana Northern Kentucky* Lipscomb* at Florida Gulf Coast* at Stetson* Kennesaw State* Mercer*

71-86 71-66 72-74 89-66 74-91 52-94 65-53 59-93 53-51 85-71 55-78 72-81 99-92 (3ot) 49-47

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

112 257 975 1107 6980 3191 896 17472 860 671 1704 534 917 1272

1/18/13 1/24/13

at North Florida* 77-68 at East Tennessee St.* 83-80

W W

4018 2638

(22) Powell, Glenn (14) Fritsch, Dylan (14) Fritsch, Dylan (18) Fritsch, Dylan (17) Bell, Marcellous (11) Dawson, Javon (16) Haywood, Jarvis (15) Fritsch, Dylan (10) Powell, Russell (19) McDougald, Keith (19) Powell, Glenn (15) McDougald, Keith (25) McDougald, Keith (12) McDougald, Keith (12) Powell, Glenn (17) Dawson, Javon (23) McDougald, Keith

1/26/13

at USC Upstate*

64-79

L

699

1/31/13

Stetson*

71-70

W

1012

2/2/13 2/7/13 2/9/13 2/15/13 2/21/13 2/23/13 2/28/13 3/2/13 3/7/13

Florida Gulf Coast* at Mercer* at Kennesaw St.* North Florida* USC Upstate* East Tennessee St.* at Lipscomb* at Northern Kentucky* vs. USC Upstate

78-81 64-67 (ot) 68-75 70-68 68-64 58-61 73-77 62-66 62-76

L L L W W L L L L

899 2372 1757 4637 757 1216 986 6719 1211

ATTENDANCE - TOTALS (GAMES/AVG.) HOME - 18,512 (13/1,424) AWAY - 63,172 (16/3,948) NEUTRAL - 1,580 (3/527) TOTAL - 83,264 (32/2,602)

20

AWAY 3-13 2-7 1-6

(12) McDougald, Keith (12) Powell, Glenn (19) McDougald, Keith (7) Haywood, Jarvis (16) Haywood, Jarvis (13) Haywood, Jarvis (15) McDougald, Keith (19) Haywood, Jarvis (21) McDougald, Keith (18) Fleming, Kordario (26) Haywood, Jarvis (21) McDougald, Keith (16) Haywood, Jarvis

High Rebounds

(8) Dawson, Javon (10) Fleming, Kordario (5) Dawson, Powell (5) Powell, Glenn (8) Powell, Glenn (5) Fleming, Kordario (5) McDougald, Keith (5) Powell, Russell (12) Powell, Glenn (9) Powell, Glenn (7) Powell, Glenn (8) Powell, Glenn (9) Powell, Glenn (8) Powell, Glenn (9) Haywood, Jarvis (12) Powell, Glenn (9) Haywood, Jarvis (6) Powell, Glenn (11) Fleming, Kordario (12) Dawson, Javon (13) McDougald, Keith (7) Powell, Glenn (8) Powell, Glenn (6) Dawson, Javon (6) Powell, Glenn (6) Fleming, Kordario (7) McDougald, Keith (10) Fleming, Kordario (11) Fleming, Kordario (7) Powell, Glenn (9) Haywood, Jarvis (12) Powell, Glenn (8) McDougald, Keith (9) Fleming, Kordario (13) McDougald, Keith (7) Graham, Evin

2012-13 Team Game Highs Points ............................................................ 99 (vs. Kennesaw State, 1/10/13) Field Goals................................................... 32 (vs. Kennesaw State, 1/10/13) 3-Point Field Goals ..................................11 (vs. Florida Christian, 12/3/12) Free Throws .........................................................29 (vs. Milwaukee, 11/24/12) Rebounds ........................................................ 57 (vs. Kennesaw State, 1/10/13) Assists ............................................................................ 21 (vs. Lipscomb, 1/2/13) Blocks ..................................................................... 8 (at South Carolina, 12/7/12) Steals ...................................................................18 (vs. Florida Christian, 12/3/12) www.judolphins.com


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Opponent ............. Date ............Score

at Georgia ......................... 11/9 ................62-68 L Trinity Baptist ................11/13 ............. 78-48 W at Miami ..........................11/16 ................57-73 L at Missouri State ........11/19 ............. 64-58 W at UALR ...........................11/21 ................56-78 L vs. Rider.......................... 11/23 ................ 71-86 L vs. Milwaukee ................11/24 ..............71-66 W at South Carolina St. . 11/28 ................ 72-74 L Florida Christian ............ 12/3 ............. 89-66 W at South Carolina .......... 12/7 .................74-91 L Wofford ...........................12/18 ................52-94 L Furman ........................... 12/22 ............. 65-53 W at Indiana ....................... 12/28 ................59-93 L Northern Kentucky .....12/31 ..............53-51 W Lipscomb..............................1/2 ..............85-71 W at Florida Gulf Coast .......1/5 ................55-78 L at Stetson ............................1/7 ................72-81 L Kennesaw State ............ 1/10 ..(3ot) 99-92 W Mercer............................... 1/12 ............. 49-47 W at North Florida ............. 1/18 ............. 77-68 W at ETSU .............................. 1/24 ............. 83-80 W at USC Upstate ..............1/26 ................64-79 L Stetson .............................. 1/31 ..............71-70 W Florida Gulf Coast .............2/2 ................78-81 L at Mercer ............................2/7 ....... (ot) 64-67 L at Kennesaw State ..........2/9 ................68-75 L North Florida ................... 2/15 ............. 70-68 W USC Upstate ................... 2/21 ............. 68-64 W ETSU ...................................2/23 ................ 58-61 L at Lipscomb .....................2/28 ................73-77 L at Northern Kentucky ....3/2 ................62-66 L vs. USC Upstate................3/7 ................62-76 L

Dawson 7-8-3 4-5-3 8-5-1 6-3-0 14-3-0 4-2-2 4-2-0 10-4-1 10-4-2 1-2-2 11-1-1 1-7-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 9-12-0 5-2-1 4-4-1 17-6-0 16-6-1 3-3-2 4-4-0 7-1-3 12-9-3 2-3-0 7-4-0 4-2-1 4-6-0 2-4-3 9-10-3 11-5-1

Opponent ............. Date ............Score Coleman at Georgia ......................... 11/9 ................62-68 L Trinity Baptist ................11/13 ............. 78-48 W at Miami ..........................11/16 ................57-73 L at Missouri State ........11/19 ............. 64-58 W at UALR ...........................11/21 ................56-78 L vs. Rider.......................... 11/23 ................ 71-86 L vs. Milwaukee ................11/24 ..............71-66 W at South Carolina St. . 11/28 ................ 72-74 L Florida Christian ............ 12/3 ............. 89-66 W at South Carolina .......... 12/7 .................74-91 L Wofford ...........................12/18 ................52-94 L Furman ........................... 12/22 ............. 65-53 W at Indiana ....................... 12/28 ................59-93 L Northern Kentucky .....12/31 ..............53-51 W Lipscomb..............................1/2 ..............85-71 W at Florida Gulf Coast .......1/5 ................55-78 L at Stetson ............................1/7 ................72-81 L Kennesaw State ............ 1/10 ..(3ot) 99-92 W Mercer............................... 1/12 ............. 49-47 W at North Florida ............. 1/18 ............. 77-68 W at ETSU .............................. 1/24 ............. 83-80 W at USC Upstate ..............1/26 ................64-79 L Stetson .............................. 1/31 ..............71-70 W Florida Gulf Coast .............2/2 ................78-81 L at Mercer ............................2/7 ........(ot) 64-67 L at Kennesaw State ..........2/9 ................68-75 L North Florida ................... 2/15 ............. 70-68 W USC Upstate ................... 2/21 ............. 68-64 W ETSU ...................................2/23 ................ 58-61 L at Lipscomb .....................2/28 ................73-77 L at Northern Kentucky ....3/2 ................62-66 L vs. USC Upstate................3/7 ................62-76 L

DNP 0-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Bogus DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 2-0-0 8-0-0 0-0-0 4-2-0 5-1-0 7-1-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 2-1-0 DNP DNP 3-0-1 0-1-0 5-0-1 4-2-1 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 3-3-1

Powell, R. Graham 10-5-5 2-1-5 3-2-3 5-1-3 5-5-4 8-3-3 7-1-1 6-2-5 4-3-3 4-1-5 5-1-2 8-2-3 4-2-7 10-2-3 8-3-9 0-4-2 5-2-6 13-2-6 0-1-5 10-4-1 6-3-9 4-4-3 5-3-8 9-4-3 8-6-3 7-5-6 6-2-5 6-0-5 2-1-1 6-2-2 5-1-3 5-3-4

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

Fritsch McDougald Fleming 5-3-0 5-2-2 23-1-1 5-3-0 3-1-0 2-2-3 14-4-0 14-4-0 18-2-1 6-0-0 7-2-0 14-2-1 15-0-1 5-3-0 12-3-0 13-6-0 9-1-0 6-5-0 5-4-0 2-0-0 17-3-1 10-3-0 8-1-2 15-1-0 10-3-0 14-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

13-4-1 12-3-0 2-1-3 17-5-0 2-5-0 20-6-1 8-4-2 4-1-0 10-3-5 12-4-1 DNP DNP DNP 5-0-1 19-5-1 6-0-2 15-3-1 25-13-2 12-5-1 14-4-1 23-2-3 12-5-1 19-7-1 10-1-0 DNP 15-0-3 16-1-3 21-3-1 11-8-3 17-4-1 21-13-1 5-0-0

www.judolphins.com

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

Bell

0-1-0 11-2-1 0-2-2 6-1-0 3-0-1 3-0-0 6-0-0 0-1-0 12-2-3 17-2-0 5-0-2 3-0-2 0-1-0 3-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 9-0-0 3-1-0 0-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 3-0-0 3-0-0 8-2-0 5-0-0 0-0-0 3-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

Haywood Spurling 9-2-1 16-9-0 6-2-0 4-1-0 14-1-0 12-3-1 13-4-0 13-5-0 DNP 13-5-2 7-3-0 16-9-2 9-4-1 8-9-5 14-5-3 3-4-1 8-3-1 18-5-3 9-4-1 8-1-1 2-2-0 6-2-2 11-7-3 16-6-1 13-5-2 6-6-1 19-9-2 19-3-1 11-2-2 26-7-3 11-3-2 16-2-1

DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 5-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP

Powell, G. Alderman 11-6-0 4-8-1 9-5-0 10-8-2 0-3-0 22-12-0 10-9-0 4-7-0 11-8-1 9-9-0 4-8-1 6-7-1 6-12-0 6-6-0 16-6-2 19-4-0 13-7-0 16-11-1 12-7-0 14-8-0 3-6-0 12-5-0 6-4-2 10-8-1 5-3-0 12-7-0 2-6-2 3-12-1 6-6-0 10-2-1 8-4-2 13-6-0

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

21


Opponent

MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 1st-2nd (ot)

Jacksonville ...................... 21-41 at Georgia .........................34-34 Jacksonville ...................... 37-41 Trinity Baptist ..................30-18 Jacksonville ......................23-34 at Miami ............................27-46 Jacksonville ......................30-34 at Missouri State ......... 26-32 Jacksonville ......................27-29 at UALR ............................ 42-36 Jacksonville ..................... 26-45 vs. Rider.............................34-52 Jacksonville ......................37-34 vs. Milwaukee ................. 23-43 Jacksonville ..................... 30-42 at South Carolina St. ... 45-29 Jacksonville ......................57-32 Florida Christian ............35-31 Jacksonville ..................... 30-44 at South Carolina ..........57-34 Jacksonville ...................... 34-18 Wofford ............................. 47-47 Jacksonville ......................38-27 Furman ............................. 30-23 Jacksonville ..................... 33-26 at Indiana ......................... 48-45 Jacksonville ......................27-26 Northern Kentucky* ....21-30 Jacksonville ..................... 46-39 Lipscomb* ...................... 33-38 Jacksonville ......................17-38 at Florida Gulf Coast* 43-35 Jacksonville ......................34-38 at Stetson* ..................... 42-39 Jacksonville ........... 34-36 (29) Kennesaw State*42-28 (22) Jacksonville ......................32-17 Mercer*............................23-24 Jacksonville ......................31-46 at North Florida* ..........31-37 Jacksonville ......................42-41 at East Tenn. St.* ......... 44-36 Jacksonville ......................34-30 at USC Upstate* ...........38-41 Jacksonville ......................30-41 Stetson* ...........................34-36 Jacksonville ..................... 42-36 Florida Gulf Coast* ...... 46-35 Jacksonville .............. 25-33 (6) at Mercer* ...............27-31 (9) Jacksonville ..................... 38-30 at Kennesaw State* ... 33-42 Jacksonville ..................... 30-40 North Florida* ............... 32-36 Jacksonville ..................... 29-39 USC Upstate* ................21-43 Jacksonville ..................... 25-33 East Tennessee St.* ... 28-33 Jacksonville ..................... 35-38 at Lipscomb* ..................36-41 Jacksonville ..................... 30-32 at Northern Kentucky*29-37 Jacksonville ..................... 29-33 vs. USC Upstate.............39-37

22

Final

62 68 78 48 57 73 64 58 56 78 71 86 71 66 72 74 89 66 74 91 52 94 65 53 59 93 53 51 85 71 55 78 72 81 99 92 49 47 77 68 83 80 64 79 71 70 78 81 64 67 68 75 70 68 68 64 58 61 73 77 62 66 62 76

FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct.

23-61 20-49 31-61 17-53 20-50 23-39 24-49 19-55 20-57 29-64 25-61 30-57 19-54 24-55 27-60 29-55 28-58 26-63 26-68 31-56 19-50 34-61 26-57 19-56 22-56 29-57 21-54 16-44 29-60 24-59 18-63 27-61 25-61 31-62 32-81 34-73 18-44 17-50 26-52 27-54 29-54 26-54 25-62 28-60 30-70 28-61 22-55 22-49 22-58 23-60 25-57 27-59 26-53 22-61 26-61 21-61 21-52 23-43 24-53 28-72 22-43 21-60 23-56 30-57

.377 .408 .508 .321 .400 .590 .490 .345 .351 .453 .410 .526 .352 .436 .450 .527 .483 .413 .382 .554 .380 .557 .456 .339 .393 .509 .389 .364 .483 .407 .286 .443 .410 .500 .395 .466 .409 .340 .500 .500 .537 .481 .403 .467 .429 .459 .400 .449 .379 .383 .439 .458 .491 .361 .426 .344 .404 .535 .453 .389 .512 .350 .411 .526

2-14 4-19 6-19 4-24 7-20 4-12 5-13 6-21 3-18 7-18 1-14 9-18 4-18 2-11 6-18 5-13 11-27 7-21 3-20 10-16 2-13 13-25 5-13 6-24 10-17 11-25 4-11 9-21 8-17 3-14 4-24 7-24 5-17 3-12 8-19 6-21 5-14 8-20 3-5 6-18 10-24 10-23 2-12 6-13 6-19 4-20 8-14 8-19 4-16 8-21 9-19 5-10 5-9 8-25 4-10 4-17 1-14 2-9 5-13 5-20 4-11 7-31 6-20 5-13

.143 .211 .316 .167 .350 .333 .385 .286 .167 .389 .071 .500 .222 .182 .333 .385 .407 .333 .150 .625 .154 .520 .385 .250 .588 .440 .364 .429 .471 .214 .167 .292 .294 .250 .421 .286 .357 .400 .600 .333 .417 .435 .167 .462 .316 .200 .571 .421 .250 .381 .474 .500 .556 .320 .400 .235 .071 .222 .385 .250 .364 .226 .300 .385

FT-A Pct.

14-22 24-38 10-13 10-14 10-20 23-35 11-14 14-24 13-17 13-17 20-27 17-26 29-40 16-23 12-20 11-16 22-30 7-10 19-28 19-29 12-17 13-15 8-15 9-15 5-13 24-31 7-8 10-14 19-26 20-28 15-21 17-24 17-25 16-27 27-35 18-27 8-10 5-6 22-27 8-12 15-20 18-19 12-18 17-30 5-6 10-17 26-32 29-35 16-20 13-20 9-16 16-20 13-20 16-22 12-17 18-24 15-18 13-18 20-29 16-22 14-22 17-24 10-18 11-15

.636 .632 .769 .714 .500 .657 .786 .583 .765 .765 .741 .654 .725 .696 .600 .688 .733 .700 .679 .655 .706 .867 .533 .600 .385 .774 .875 .714 .731 .714 .714 .708 .680 .593 .771 .667 .800 .833 .815 .667 .750 .947 .667 .567 .833 .588 .813 .829 .800 .650 .563 .800 .650 .727 .706 .750 .833 .722 .690 .727 .636 .708 .556 .733

www.judolphins.com

O-D Reb.

15-24 13-27 16-29 9-16 12-15 7-23 3-28 14-20 14-18 19-26 15-25 10-25 16-22 11-25 17-18 10-20 7-24 14-26 13-18 10-32 9-15 12-25 12-31 11-21 9-19 10-31 11-25 6-23 7-27 13-29 18-23 14-32 12-25 13-28 20-37 9-33 6-25 8-21 9-24 6-19 7-21 7-20 11-27 10-29 13-21 16-25 14-21 9-24 17-29 13-21 10-21 13-27 14-26 16-16 12-27 18-28 14-20 2-19 12-30 18-22 5-36 8-20 14-19 12-23

39 40 45 25 27 30 31 34 32 45 40 35 38 36 35 30 31 40 31 42 24 37 43 32 28 41 36 29 34 42 41 46 37 41 57 42 31 29 33 25 28 27 38 39 34 41 35 33 46 34 31 40 40 32 39 46 34 21 42 40 41 28 33 35

PF 26 19 19 14 22 12 20 15 16 13 22 25 18 30 19 20 14 22 22 25 17 16 16 14 25 20 13 14 24 20 19 21 21 18 22 27 12 15 17 18 19 19 22 18 12 12 24 23 17 19 18 18 17 17 20 18 20 16 22 22 24 21 16 17

A

12 13 16 10 11 13 11 10 10 16 12 16 8 12 13 18 20 16 11 20 8 20 12 13 11 21 15 13 21 8 10 13 15 24 18 16 12 11 4 15 17 12 12 14 20 21 14 12 10 13 12 10 16 14 14 7 9 9 15 13 15 15 10 15

TO

21 23 20 19 16 15 15 12 19 18 19 16 13 20 18 20 16 26 7 17 16 8 16 15 20 15 9 12 10 16 17 15 13 12 15 16 18 17 12 12 12 12 14 11 12 18 14 15 18 12 9 9 16 14 9 12 20 15 19 12 19 5 16 11

B

1 5 4 3 1 3 0 2 2 7 4 6 5 3 7 12 5 1 8 6 5 3 5 4 4 7 4 3 7 3 0 3 4 3 2 2 3 5 3 5 1 1 4 4 2 9 3 4 4 8 2 3 3 3 2 5 1 1 4 4 3 0 1 7

S

11 13 10 9 8 12 5 5 8 8 5 9 11 5 5 8 18 8 7 3 2 12 7 8 3 5 3 6 9 6 5 10 7 4 7 7 7 5 6 6 9 4 3 5 10 7 8 8 2 7 3 2 8 9 11 4 4 9 6 13 2 7 5 11


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

2012-13 Atlantic Sun Team Stats (All Games) Scoring Offense

Team ..............................................G 1. Florida Gulf Coast ................... 37 2. Stetson ........................................31 3. USC Upstate ............................ 33 4. Lipscomb ................................... 30 5. Jacksonville............................... 32 6. North Florida ........................... 32 7. Mercer ........................................ 36 8. East Tennessee State .......... 32 9. Kennesaw State ..................... 30 10. Northern Kentucky ............. 27

Scoring Defense

Team ....................................G 1. Mercer .............................36 2. Florida Gulf Coast........ 37 3. USC Upstate .................33 4. Stetson ............................ 31 5. Northern Kentucky..... 27 6. North Florida ................32 7. Jacksonville ....................32 8. Lipscomb ........................30 9. East Tennessee St. .....32 10. Kennesaw State........30

Free Throw Percentage Team ....................................G 1. Mercer .............................36 2. Stetson ............................ 31 3. Jacksonville.................... 31 4. Northern Kentucky..... 27 5. Florida Gulf Coast........ 37 6. East Tennessee St. .....32 7. North Florida .................32 8. Kennesaw State ..........30 9. USC Upstate .................33 10. Lipscomb......................30

Field Goal Percentage

Team ....................................G 1. Florida Gulf Coast ........ 37 2. Stetson ............................ 31 3. USC Upstate .................33 4. North Florida ................32 5. Mercer ............................36 6. Lipscomb ........................30 7. Jacksonville ....................32 8. Northern Kentucky..... 27 9. East Tennessee St ......32 10. Kennesaw State........30

Avg. 72.9 70.3 70.2 69.3 68.2 66.3 65.9 62.3 61.0 58.6

Pts 2,135 1,647 2,194 2,235 2,235 2,284 2,218 2,150 2,300 2,300

Avg. 59.3 61.0 66.5 69.8 69.8 71.4 71.5 71.7 71.9 76.7

7. 9. 10.

Field Goal Percentage Defense

Team ..............................................G 1. Mercer ........................................ 36 2. Northern Kentucky................ 27 3. USC Upstate ............................ 33 4. Florida Gulf Coast................... 37 5. North Florida ........................... 32 6. East Tennessee State .......... 32 7. Stetson .........................................31 8. Kennesaw State ..................... 30 9. Jacksonville............................... 32 10. Lipscomb................................. 30

Scoring Margin

Pts 2,696 2,180 2,315 2,079 2,181 2,121 2,371 1,994 1,831 1,582

1. 2. 3. 4.

2012-13 A-Sun Standings Conference Overall Mercer 14-4 24-12 FGCU 13-5 26-11 Stetson 11-7 15-16 Jacksonville 9-9 14-18 USC Upstate 9-9 16-17 NKU 9-9 11-16 ETSU 8-10 10-22 North Florida 8-10 13-19 Lipscomb 7-11 12-18 Kennesaw State 2-16 3-27

Team ....................................G 1. Mercer .............................36 2. Florida Gulf Coast........ 37 3. USC Upstate .................33 4. Northern Kentucky..... 27 5. North Florida ................32 6. Jacksonville....................32 7. Lipscomb .........................30 8. Stetson ............................ 31 9. East Tennessee St ......32 10. Kennesaw State........30

3-Point FG Percentage Off. 65.9 72.9 70.2 70.3 58.6 66.3 68.2 69.3 62.3 61.0

Def. +/59.3 +6.6 66.7 +6.1 66.5 +3.7 71.5 -1.2 61.0 -2.4 69.8 -3.6 71.9 -3.7 76.7 -7.4 71.4 -9.1 71.7 -10.6

FT 492 414 467 272 497 370 343 391 416 486

FTA 653 587 664 387 736 554 519 601 640 754

FG 976 768 843 763 807 717 774 553 708 644

FGA 2,112 1,683 1,896 1,746 1,856 1,690 1,831 1,363 1,751 1,609

Team ....................................G 1. Mercer .............................36 2. Stetson ............................ 31 3. USC Upstate .................33 4. North Florida ................32 5. Florida Gulf Coast........ 37 6. Northern Kentucky..... 27 7. East Tennessee St .......32 8. Jacksonville....................32 9. Lipscomb ........................30 10. Kennesaw State........30

FG 719 866 769 579 810 805 776 829 807 742

FGA 1,821 2,133 1,789 1,319 1,841 1,820 1,732 1,847 1,761 1,499

Pct. .395 .406 .430 .439 .440 .442 .448 .449 .458 .495

FG 265 230 213 250 247 204 208 166 159 152

FGA 746 662 614 726 722 617 637 512 497 502

Pct. .355 .347 .347 .344 .342 .331 .327 .324 .320 .303

FGA 808 635 683 714 462 598 647 444 759 469

Pct. .309 .329 .332 .335 .335 .338 .340 .349 .368 .382

3-Point FG Percentage Defense Pct. .753 .705 .703 .703 .675 .668 .661 .651 .650 .645

Team ....................................G 1. Florida Gulf Coast ........ 37 2. Stetson ............................ 31 3. Mercer ............................36 4. Lipscomb ........................30 5. Northern Kentucky..... 27 6. Jacksonville....................32 7. USC Upstate ..................33 8. North Florida ................32 9. East Tennessee St ......32 10. Kennesaw State........30

Rebounding Margin Pct. .462 .456 .445 .437 .435 .424 .423 .406 .404 .400

Team ....................................G 1. USC Upstate..................33 2. Lipscomb ........................30 3. Stetson ............................ 31 4. Florida Gulf Coast........ 37 5. Jacksonville....................32 6. Mercer ............................36 7. Kennesaw State ...........30 8. North Florida ................32 9. Northern Kentucky..... 27 10. East Tennessee St. ..32

FG 250 209 227 239 155 202 220 155 279 179

Team 36.5 38.2 35.1 36.3 36.1 32.2 30.4 32.4 28.7 30.8

www.judolphins.com

Opp. +/32.6 +3.9 35.1 +3.1 33.1 +2.0 35.5 +0.8 35.5 +0.6 32.4 -0.2 34.4 -4.0 36.7 -4.2 33.7 -5.0 36.8 -6.0

Blocked Shots

Team ..............................................G 1. Mercer ........................................ 36 2. USC Upstate ............................ 33 3. Florida Gulf Coast................... 37 4. North Florida ........................... 32 5. Jacksonville............................... 32 6. Stetson ........................................31 7. East Tennessee State ........... 32 8. Northern Kentucky................ 27 9. Lipscomb ................................... 30 10. Kennesaw State................... 30

Assists

Team ..............................................G 1. Stetson ........................................31 2. USC Upstate ............................ 33 3. Mercer ....................................... 36 4. Florida Gulf Coast................... 37 5. North Florida ........................... 32 6. Jacksonville............................... 32 7. Northern Kentucky ................ 27 8. Lipscomb ................................... 30 9. Kennesaw State ..................... 30 10. East Tennessee State ....... 32

Steals

Team ..............................................G 1. Florida Gulf Coast ................... 37 2. USC Upstate ............................ 33 3. Kennesaw State ..................... 30 4. Lipscomb ................................... 30 5. Jacksonville............................... 32 6. Mercer ....................................... 36 7. East Tennessee State ........... 32 8. Northern Kentucky................ 27 9. North Florida ........................... 32 10. Stetson .....................................31

Turnover Margin

Team ....................................G 1. Mercer .............................36 2. Northern Kentucky..... 27 3. East Tennessee St. .....32 4. Florida Gulf Coast........ 37 5. USC Upstate .................33 6. Kennesaw State ..........30 7. Jacksonville ....................32 8. North Florida ................32 9. Lipscomb ........................30 10. Stetson ......................... 31

Assist/Turnover Ratio Team ....................................G 1. USC Upstate..................33 2. Mercer ............................36 3. Northern Kentucky..... 27 4. Stetson ............................ 31 5. Florida Gulf Coast........ 37 6. North Florida ................32 7. Jacksonville ....................32 8. East Tennessee St. .....32 9. Kennesaw State ..........30 10. Lipscomb......................30

3-Point FG Made

No. 145 131 139 119 104 78 71 52 52 50

Avg. 4.0 4.0 3.8 3.7 3.3 2.5 2.2 1.9 1.7 1.7

No. 502 513 516 523 441 414 340 345 312 323

Avg. 16.2 15.5 14.3 14.1 13.8 12.9 12.6 11.5 10.4 10.1

No. 331 233 211 209 215 239 203 165 195 165

Avg. 8.9 7.1 7.0 7.0 6.7 6.6 6.3 6.1 6.1 5.3

Team 12.6 11.4 13.2 14.7 13.5 13.8 15.3 14.7 16.8 15.8

Opp. +/14.2 +1.6 12.7 +1.3 14.2 +1.0 15.7 +1.0 14.0 +0.5 14.0 +0.2 14.7 -0.6 12.6 -2.1 13.5 -3.3 12.1 -3.7

Ast 513 516 340 502 523 441 414 323 312 345

TO Ratio 445 1.15 454 1.14 308 1.10 490 1.02 545 0.96 469 0.94 488 0.85 423 0.76 414 0.75 504 0.68

Team ..............................................G 1. North Florida ............................ 32 2. Northern Kentucky................ 27 3. Stetson ........................................31 4. Mercer ....................................... 36 5. Florida Gulf Coast................... 37 6. East Tennessee State .......... 32 7. USC Upstate ............................. 33 8. Lipscomb ................................... 30 9. Jacksonville............................... 32 10. Kennesaw State................... 30

No. 250 204 230 265 247 208 213 159 166 152

Avg. 7.8 7.6 7.4 7.4 6.7 6.5 6.5 5.3 5.2 5.1

23


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

2012-13 Atlantic Sun Team Stats (Atlantic Sun Games Only) Scoring Offense Team ..............................................G 1. Florida Gulf Coast ....................18 2. Stetson ........................................18 3. Lipscomb ....................................18 4. USC Upstate .............................18 5. Jacksonville................................18 6. Mercer ........................................18 7. North Florida .............................18 8. East Tennessee State ...........18 9. Kennesaw State ......................18 10. Northern Kentucky ..............18

Pts 1,328 1,285 1,283 1,269 1,249 1,230 1,222 1,206 1,146 1,066

Avg. 73.8 71.4 71.3 70.5 69.4 68.3 67.9 67.0 63.7 59.2

Pts 1,065 1,066 1,194 1,207 1,250 1,252 1,276 1,285 1,316 1,373

Avg. 59.2 59.2 66.3 67.1 69.4 69.6 70.9 71.4 73.1 76.3

Scoring Defense Team ..............................................G 1. Northern Kentucky .................18 2. Mercer ........................................18 3. Florida Gulf Coast....................18 4. USC Upstate .............................18 5. Stetson ........................................18 6. North Florida ............................18 7. Jacksonville ................................18 8. East Tennessee State ...........18 9. Kennesaw State ......................18 10. Lipscomb..................................18

Scoring Margin

Team ....................................G 1. Mercer ............................. 18 2. Florida Gulf Coast........ 18 3. USC Upstate ................. 18 4. Stetson ............................ 18 5. Northern Kentucky..... 18 6. Jacksonville.................... 18 7. North Florida ................. 18 8. East Tennessee St. ..... 18 9. Lipscomb ........................ 18 10. Kennesaw State........ 18

Free Throw Percentage Team ....................................G 1. Mercer ............................. 18 2. Jacksonville.................... 18 3. Northern Kentucky..... 18 4. Stetson ............................ 18 5. East Tennessee St. ..... 18 6. Florida Gulf Coast........ 18 7. USC Upstate .................. 18 8. Lipscomb ........................ 18 9. North Florida ................ 18 10. Kennesaw State........ 18

Field Goal Percentage

Team ....................................G 1. Stetson ............................ 18 2. Florida Gulf Coast........ 18 3. Mercer ............................ 18 4. East Tennessee St. ..... 18 5. North Florida ................ 18 6. USC Upstate ................. 18 7. Lipscomb ......................... 18 8. Jacksonville.................... 18 9. Northern Kentucky..... 18 10. Kennesaw State........ 18

24

Off. 68.3 73.8 70.5 71.4 59.2 69.4 67.9 67.0 71.3 63.7

Def. +/59.2 +9.1 66.3 +7.5 67.1 +3.4 69.4 +2.0 59.2 0.0 70.9 -1.5 69.6 -1.7 71.4 -4.4 76.3 -5.0 73.1 -9.4

FT 274 272 180 250 242 237 254 301 205 242

FTA 360 370 249 353 350 354 380 451 313 381

Pct. .761 .735 .723 .708 .691 .669 .668 .667 .655 .635

FG 445 479 412 421 438 448 443 441 369 404

FGA 958 1,045 907 956 997 1,027 1,036 1,033 895 1,004

Pct. .465 .458 .454 .440 .439 .436 .428 .427 .412 .402

Field Goal Percentage Defense Team ....................................G 1. Mercer ............................. 18 2. Florida Gulf Coast........ 18 3. USC Upstate ................. 18 4. Jacksonville.................... 18 5. Northern Kentucky..... 18 6. Stetson ............................ 18 7. North Florida ................. 18 8. East Tennessee St ...... 18 9. Lipscomb ........................ 18 10. Kennesaw State........ 18

3-Point FG Percentage Team ....................................G 1. Stetson ............................ 18 2. East Tennessee St ...... 18 3. Mercer ............................ 18 4. Northern Kentucky..... 18 5. Jacksonville.................... 18 6. USC Upstate ................. 18 7. Florida Gulf Coast ........ 18 8. North Florida ................ 18 9. Lipscomb ........................ 18 10. Kennesaw State........ 18

FG 350 403 426 445 382 480 462 438 468 446

FGA 907 1,004 1,005 1,043 883 1,095 1,027 955 1,020 919

Pct. .386 .401 .424 .427 .433 .438 .450 .459 .459 .485

FG 145 122 132 148 95 119 133 141 96 96

FGA 375 331 368 413 268 339 391 415 300 311

Pct. .387 .369 .359 .358 .354 .351 .340 .340 .320 .309

FGA 338 386 355 312 376 341 415 423 269 296

Pct. .322 .329 .330 .333 .338 .343 .352 .371 .394 .395

3-Point FG Percentage Defense Team ....................................G 1. Jacksonville .................... 18 2. Florida Gulf Coast........ 18 3. Mercer ............................ 18 4. Northern Kentucky..... 18 5. Stetson ............................ 18 6. USC Upstate ................. 18 7. Lipscomb ......................... 18 8. East Tennessee St ...... 18 9. North Florida ................ 18 10. Kennesaw State........ 18

Rebounding Margin

Team ....................................G 1. USC Upstate.................. 18 2. Stetson ............................ 18 3. Lipscomb ........................ 18 4. Jacksonville.................... 18 5. Florida Gulf Coast........ 18 6. Mercer ............................ 18 7. North Florida ................. 18 8. Kennesaw State .......... 18 9. East Tennessee St ...... 18 10. Northern Kentucky .. 18

FG 109 127 117 104 127 117 146 157 106 117

Team 37.8 35.8 37.9 37.6 36.5 32.0 33.3 32.4 30.4 27.5

Opp. +/33.1 +4.7 32.4 +3.4 34.8 +3.1 35.3 +2.3 35.3 +1.2 31.5 +0.5 35.4 -2.1 35.1 -2.7 34.4 -4.0 33.9 -6.4

Blocked Shots Team ..............................................G 1. USC Upstate..............................18 2. Florida Gulf Coast....................18 3. Mercer ........................................18 4. North Florida ............................18 5. Stetson ........................................18 6. Jacksonville................................18 7. East Tennessee State ............18 t-8. Northern Kentucky ..............18 t-8. Lipscomb..................................18 10. Kennesaw State....................18

No. 80 78 72 64 53 52 41 31 31 30

www.judolphins.com

Avg. 4.4 4.3 4.0 3.6 2.9 2.9 2.3 1.7 1.7 1.7

Assists

Team ..............................................G 1. Stetson ........................................18 2. USC Upstate .............................18 3. Mercer ........................................18 4. Florida Gulf Coast....................18 5. Jacksonville................................18 6. North Florida ............................18 7. Northern Kentucky .................18 8. Lipscomb ....................................18 9. East Tennessee State ...........18 10. Kennesaw State....................18

No. 297 274 260 252 249 247 233 207 195 189

Avg. 16.5 15.2 14.4 14.0 13.8 13.7 12.9 11.5 10.8 10.5

No. 151 139 121 118 118 110 110 106 103 96

Avg. 8.4 7.7 6.7 6.6 6.6 6.1 6.1 5.9 5.7 5.3

Steals Team ..............................................G 1. Florida Gulf Coast ....................18 2. Lipscomb ....................................18 3. Kennesaw State ......................18 t-4. Mercer......................................18 t-4. Northern Kentucky ..............18 t-6. Jacksonville .............................18 t-6. North Florida ..........................18 8. USC Upstate .............................18 9. East Tennessee State ...........18 10. Stetson .....................................18

Turnover Margin

Team ....................................G 1. Northern Kentucky ..... 18 2. Florida Gulf Coast........ 18 3. Mercer ............................ 18 4. East Tennessee St ...... 18 5. Kennesaw State .......... 18 6. USC Upstate ................. 18 7. North Florida ................. 18 8. Jacksonville.................... 18 9. Lipscomb ........................ 18 10. Stetson ......................... 18

Assist/Turnover Ratio Team ....................................G 1. Northern Kentucky ..... 18 2. Mercer ............................ 18 3. USC Upstate ................. 18 4. Stetson ............................ 18 5. Florida Gulf Coast........ 18 6. North Florida ................ 18 7. Jacksonville .................... 18 8. East Tennessee St. ..... 18 9. Kennesaw State .......... 18 10. Lipscomb...................... 18

Team 10.1 13.4 12.1 12.1 13.7 12.8 13.3 14.2 15.1 15.8

Opp. +/12.8 +2.7 15.1 +1.7 13.6 +1.5 13.5 +1.4 13.7 0.0 12.5 -0.3 12.4 -0.9 13.1 -1.1 13.8 -1.3 12.1 -3.7

Ast 233 260 274 297 252 247 249 195 189 207

TO Ratio 182 1.28 217 1.20 231 1.19 284 1.05 241 1.05 239 1.03 256 0.97 217 0.90 247 0.77 271 0.76

3-Point FG Made Team ..............................................G 1. Northern Kentucky .................18 2. Stetson ........................................18 3. North Florida ............................18 4. Florida Gulf Coast....................18 5. Mercer ........................................18 6. East Tennessee State ...........18 7. USC Upstate ..............................18 t-8. Lipscomb..................................18 t-8. Kennesaw State ...................18 10. Jacksonville .............................18

No. 149 145 141 133 132 122 119 96 96 95

Avg. 8.2 8.1 7.8 7.3 7.3 6.8 6.6 5.3 5.3 5.3


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE The Last Time a Jacksonville Player...

Was conference Player of the Year ......................................................................................................................................... 1979-80 (James Ray, Sun Belt Conference) Was first-team all-conference...............................................................................................................................................................................................2010-11 (Ayron Hardy) Was a conference All-Freshman selection .........................................................................................................................2012-13 (Kordario Fleming, Jarvis Haywood) Averaged 20 points for a season ...................................................................................................................................................... 1994-95 (Artemus McClary, 20.5 ppg) Averaged 10 rebounds for a season ................................................................................................................................................. 1995-96 (Artemus McClary, 10.0 rpg) Recorded a double-double ......................................................................................................... Keith McDougald at Northern Kentucky, 3/2/13 (21 pts./13 rebs.) Recorded a double-double (Pts/Ast) .......................................................................................................Ben Smith at Kennesaw State, 1/10/08 (17 pts./11 ast.) Recorded a triple-double .................................................................................................... Kip Stone at Texas-Pan American, 1/14/95 (16 pts./10 rebs./11 ast.) Recorded at least 20 points and 20 rebounds ...................................................................................... Haminn Quaintance vs. Troy, 1/5/05 (26 pts./21 rebs.) Scored 30+ points ..................................................................................................................................................... 32 - Ben Smith at East Tennessee State (12/21/09) Scored 35+ points ............................................................................................................................................................ 35 - Calvin Warner vs. Gardner-Webb (1/25/03) Scored 40+ points .......................................................................................................................................................................... 41 - Dee Brown vs. Old Dominion (3/3/90) Freshman scored 20+ points ................................................................................................................................................ 26 - Jarvis Haywood at Lipscomb (2/28/13) Made 5+ 3-pointers ................................................................................................................................................... 5 - Dylan Fritsch at East Tennessee State (1/24/13) Made 10+ 3-pointers ..................................................................................................................................................... 10 - John Knox vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (2/17/97) Made 15+ field goals .........................................................................................................................................................16 - Calvin Warner vs. Gardner-Webb (1/25/03) Perfect from the field (5 attempts) .........................................................................................................................7 - Ayron Hardy at East Tennessee State (1/3/09) Perfect from the field (10 attempts) .................................................................................................................................................11 - Jure Lozancic at Troy (12/17/03) Made 10+ free throws ............................................................................................................................................. 11 - Keith McDougald vs. Kennesaw State (1/10/13) Made 15+ free throws ...........................................................................................................................................................15 - Ernie Fleming vs. Saint Peter's (1/29/72) Perfect from the line (10 attempts) ....................................................................................................................... 10-10 - Delwan Graham vs. North Florida (2/8/11) Had 15+ rebounds ................................................................................................................................................................ 15 - Delwan Graham vs. North Florida (2/8/11) Had 20+ rebounds...........................................................................................................................................................................21 - Haminn Quaintance vs. Troy (1/5/05) Had 25+ rebounds.................................................................................................................................................................. 27 - Willie Fisher vs. Louisiana Tech (12/4/93) Had 10+ assists ................................................................................................................................................................ 10 - Russell Powell at #16 Marquette (11/28/11) Had 5+ blocks ...............................................................................................................................................................6 - Keion Palmer at East Tennessee State (2/11/11) Had 10+ blocks ............................................................................................................................................................... 11 - Artis Gilmore vs. Western Kentucky (3/13/71) Had 5+ steals ........................................................................................................................................................................................5 - Delwan Graham vs. Stetson (2/6/12) Hit a last-second shot to force overtime ........................................................................................................................................Kordario Fleming vs. Mercer (2/7/13) Hit a last-second shot to win a game ...............................................................................................................................Keith McDougald lay-up vs. Stetson (1/31/13) Hit a last-second free throw to force overtime ............................................................................................................ Ben Smith vs. Bethune Cookman (12/22/08) Hit a last-second free throw to win a game ........................................................................................................... Russell Powell vs. Northern Kentucky (12/31/12) Played every minute of a game ................................................................................................................................................. 40 - Ben Smith at Arizona State (3/16/10) Played more than 50 or more minutes in a game .........................................................................................................................50, Ben Smith vs. Stetson (1/3/08)

The Last Time Jacksonville...

Scored 100 points in a game ................................................................................................................................................................W, 101-97 at Mercer (OT) (2/16/07) Allowed 100 points in a game ..........................................................................................................................................................................L, 62-107 at Florida (11/26/11) Scored less than 50 points in a game.......................................................................................................................................................... W, 49-47 vs. Mercer (1/12/13) Held an opponent to less than 50 points .................................................................................................................................................... W, 49-47 vs. Mercer (1/12/13) Won by 40 or more points .................................................................................................................................................................................... 40 - 78-38 at UNF (1/15/09) Trailed by 10 or more points and won ............................................................................11 - 39-28 at 3:13 of the 1st Half at East Tennessee State (1/24/13) Trailed by 15 or more points and won ......................................................................... 15 - 35-20 at 2:22 of the 1st Half vs. East Tennessee State (1/30/09) Hit 60 percent or better from the floor .......................................................................................................................60.8% (31-51) at Florida Gulf Coast (2/28/08) Hit 70 percent or better from the floor in a half ................................................................................................. 72.2% (13-18) vs. Bethune-Cookman (12/30/10) Had two players with a double-double in the same game .........1/16/12 vs. USC Upstate; Delwan Graham (10 pts./11 rebs.), Glenn Powell (14 pts./12 rebs.) Had three players with a double-double in the same game ......................................................................................................................1/10/13 vs. Kennesaw State .................................................................................Kordario Fleming (10 pts./10 rebs.), Keith McDougald (25 pts./13 rebs.), Glenn Powell (16 pts./11 rebs.) Had two players with 20+ points in a game ................................................................... 11/23/12 vs. Rider (Glenn Powell 22 pts.; Keith McDougald 20 pts.) Had three players with 20+ points in a game ........................ 12/17/03 at Troy State (David Lee 31 pts.; Woury Diallo 25 pts.; Jure Lozancic 24 pts. Had five players score 10 or more ............................................................................................................................................................ 5 - vs. Kennesaw State (1/10/13) Had six or more players score 10 or more ....................................................................................................................................6 - at East Tennessee State (1/3/09) Hit 10 or more 3-pointers in a game ................................................................................................................................................................10 - at #5 Indiana (12/28/12) Had 15 steals in a game ...............................................................................................................................................................................18 - vs. Florida Christian (12/3/12) Had 20 assists in a game ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 21 - vs. Lipscomb (1/2/13) Had 10 blocks in a game .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 11 - vs. Mercer (1/9/09) Had less than 10 turnovers ............................................................................................................................................................................... 7 - at South Carolina (12/7/12) Scored 50 or more points off the bench ............................................................................................................................. 55 - vs. Puerto Rico-Mayaguez (11/21/03)

www.judolphins.com

25


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Before Wichita State, Butler or George Mason were the Cinderellas in the NCAA Tournament, there was Jacksonville University - the original Cinderella. JU was a team that came from a city trying to find itself in the "New South." The team was comprised of players who came from different places, with different stories, to create the tallest basketball team in the world - topped off by a pair of 7-footers that BOTH started (7-foot Pembrook Burrows and 7-foot-2 Artis Gilmore). Throw in a scrappy 6-foot-4 playmaker named Rex Morgan and you had one of the greatest front lines in the history of college basketball. It was a group coached by a man named Joe Williams, whose passion for the game saw him coach successfully from the early 60s through the mid 80s. All of this was at a small private school with 2,300 students, across the St. Johns River from a paper mill and a cigar factory. And they all came together to put the city of Jacksonville and Jacksonville University on the map in a big way. Only 15 years before, Jacksonville had been a junior college. Six years before, the team had an annual recruiting budget of $250 and played to crowds of less than 1,000. Head coach Joe Williams had put together a respectable record during his first five years at JU, but nothing that would lead you to believe that the program was going to stun the basketball world. It wasn't something that was planned - it just happened and Williams was the genius behind it. In 1968-69, the Dolphins had gone 17-7 and they returned all five starters. But the Dolphins continued to recruit size and a lot of it. Assistant coach Tom Wasdin beat the bushes finding players and came up with a pair of junior college gems in Burrows and Gilmore - a pair of 7-foot behemoths that would lead JU to glory. To offset the size inside was returning starter Morgan - a sparkplug of a player who had great shooting touch and range. Mercer 102-62 that night. The Dolphins continued to climb the His hustle and gutsy play was infectious to everyone on the team. poll, getting as high as #6 before dropping its only game during the regular season at Florida State, 89-83. To round out the starting five was another returning starter The Dolphins got six more wins under their belt before a rein Chip Dublin, an all-city prep player from New York City. Wasdin, match with the Seminoles in Jacksonville. In front of a capacity in New York trying to recruit another player, found him working crowd at the Coliseum, JU avenged its only loss with an 85-81 as a clerk at Chase-Manhattan Bank on Wall Street and easily win. convinced him that playing basketball would be a lot more fun. Three more wins put the Dolphins in the NCAA Tournament And together they made history. with a 23-1 record and a first round matchup in Dayton, Ohio. Here’s a rundown of what they accomplished: A sign at one of the motels said "Jacksonville Who?" •Became the first team in NCAA history to average 100 They found out the next night as JU unleashed its scoring points or more in a season frenzy, winning 109-96 over Western Kentucky to advance to •Set the JU record for most wins in a season (27) face seventh-ranked Iowa. •Became the first team from the state of Florida to advance Once again, JU found itself as the underdog in Columbus, to the Final Four and to play for the NCAA title Ohio, but pulled out a 104-103 win to get a chance to face •JU remains the smallest school ever to make the Final Four Kentucky in the region final. and play for the national championship Williams, a player under Hank Iba disciple Abe Lemons at The season started easily and under the radar. The Dolphins Oklahoma City, got a chance to face Iba's rival - Adolph Rupp. rattled off 13 straight wins to start out, drilling teams that they The Dolphins once again took a close game, 106-100, and had played close in the previous years. With each win, the attenadvanced to the Final Four with St. Bonaventure, New Mexico tion grew. State and UCLA. JU made its debut at #18 in the AP poll on Dec. 9, beating The Dolphins got past St. Bonaventure easily in the semi-

26

www.judolphins.com


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

final and faced THE DYNASTY in basketball - UCLA - which had won six of the last seven national titles. After a hot start to the game, JU gave up the last nine points of the first half and UCLA slowly pulled away for an 80-69 win. It was a memory that many JU fans still remember with great clarity. It's a team that will never be forgotten - for its style, panache or for the way it came together to help a city and a school step into the national spotlight.

FG FGA 307 529 190 372 172 326 124 199 109 212 78 175 59 127 32 90 23 46 11 32 8 17 5 12 1118 2137 848 2038

Pct. .580 .510 .526 .622 .514 .446 .465 .356 .500 .344 .471 .417 .524 .417

Dec. 1 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 13 Dec. 18 Dec. 22 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 10 Jan. 16 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 24 Feb. 26 Mar. 2 Mar. 7 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. 19 Mar. 21

National Runner-Up 4th (AP), 5th (UPI) Coach: Joe Williams

#East Tennessee State-C #Morehead State-C Mercer Biscayne Georgetown (forfeit) Harvard-C %Arizona %Evansville at Hawaii at Hawaii Richmond-C Miami-C Virgin Islands-C at Florida State St. Peter's-C Iona-C at East Carolina at Richmond at Oklahoma City at Loyola (La.) Florida State-C Oklahoma City-C at Georgia Tech at Miami &Western Kentucky ^Iowa ^Kentucky !St. Bonaventure !UCLA

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

92-74 117-63 102-62 130-65 41-26 103-64 104-72 100-70 100-78 63-58 113-77 121-87 114-66 83-89 124-101 110-75 111-94 88-49 103-83 96-75 85-81 77-75 86-81 108-97 109-96 104-103 106-100 91-83 69-80

# Sunshine Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) % Evansville Invite (Evansville, Ind.) & NCAA Tournament (Dayton, Ohio) ^ NCAA Regionals (Columbus, Ohio) ! NCAA Final Four (College Park, Md.) C - Jacksonville Coliseum

1969-1970 Final Statistics PLAYER ..................... G Artis Gilmore ..............28 Rex Morgan ................28 Vaughn Wedeking ....28 Pembrook Burrows .28 Greg Nelson................28 Chip Dublin ..................28 Rod McIntyre..............22 Mike Blevins ................26 Rusty Baldwin.............26 Don Hawkins...............14 Curtis Kruer ...............13 Ken Selke .....................12 TEAM .............................28 Opponents ...................28

1969-1970 (27-2)

FT 128 129 39 44 80 76 26 24 15 8 4 2 575 502

FTA 202 176 53 77 107 98 42 43 23 11 6 4 842 717

Pct. .633 .732 .736 .571 .748 .776 .619 .558 .652 .727 .667 .500 .683 .700

Reb. 621 179 52 198 176 90 87 34 9 9 5 15 1561 1130

Avg. 22.2 6.4 1.9 7.3 6.3 3.2 4.0 1.3 0.3 0.6 0.4 1.3 55.7 40.3

www.judolphins.com

A PF Pts. PPG 51 83 742 26.5 251 78 509 18.2 124 41 383 13.7 50 68 292 10.8 23 55 298 10.6 96 87 232 8.3 21 40 144 6.5 26 35 88 3.4 45 37 61 2.3 8 18 30 2.1 3 13 20 1.5 1 7 12 1.0 699 562 2811 100.4 434 618 2198 78.5

27


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

As the 1970-71 season began, expectations were high for JU. The Dolphins were coming off a run to the national championship game and returned the tallest front line in the country - led by a pair of 7-footers in Artis Gilmore and Pembrook Burrows. But gone from the previous year was head coach Joe Williams, who had gone to take the head coaching job at Furman, along with Rex Morgan. Taking Williams' place on the bench was longtime assistant coach Tom Wasdin. Known more for his recruiting prowess, Wasdin was looking to repeat the Dolphins' Cinderella run from the previous season. But no one was taking the Dolphins lightly. The surprise from the year before entered the season ranked fourth in the country and quickly rose to No. 3 after opening the year with five straight wins, including a 114-108 win over Florida State. The Dolphins' first loss of the year came at the hands of 10th-ranked Western Kentucky, 97-84, on the road on Dec. 23. After a win over Creighton, the Dolphins dropped their second game - the total that they had lost the year before - a 78-77 decision to Wake Forest. That loss dropped the Dolphins to ninth in the country, but they would rally back. JU went on to win 15 straight after that loss, including an 18-point win over FSU at home and an 11-point win on the road.

The streak came to an end against Houston on the road, an 83-82 loss on Feb. 27 and with it the Dolphins ranking dropped from sixth to ninth. Despite an impressive 94-75 win at Miami to finish the regular season, the Dolphins dropped two more spots in the polls to 11th. It was in the first round of the tournament that the Dolphins found a familiar foe - Western Kentucky, which was ranked seventh in the country. The matchup was the third time that the two schools had played each other in a year, with JU looking to launch another NCAA run against the Hilltoppers. But another Cinderella run wasn't in the works for the Dolphins as JU fell by two, 74-72. The Dolphins turned the ball over 33 times and struggled shooting, hitting just 26-of-60 shots from the floor while the Hilltoppers were 35-of-96. In their final collegiate games, Gilmore scored just 12 points but pulled down 22 rebounds while Burrows was held to only one point and eight rebounds. It was the two newcomers that kept JU in the game as Harold Fox led the team in scoring with 19 while Ernie Fleming added 18 points. Despite the first round loss, it capped a magical two-year stretch that saw the Dolphins go 49-6, by far the best twoyear stretch in school history.

1970-1971 (22-4)

NCAA First Round 11th (AP), 11th (UPI) Coach: Tom Wasdin

Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 8 Dec. 12 Dec. 23 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 13 Jan. 20 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 27 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 13

1970-1971 Final Statistics

28

FT 112 57 87 53 17 51 45 6 7 7 2 444 405

FTA 188 80 121 83 33 76 53 16 11 10 6 677 612

Pct. .595 .713 .719 .639 .515 .671 .849 .375 .636 .700 .333 .655 .662

Reb. 603 67 147 226 50 133 65 21 28 3 8 1443 985

Avg. 23.2 2.6 5.7 8.7 2.1 5.8 2.5 1.3 1.3 0.1 0.4 55.5 37.9

www.judolphins.com

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

132-88 152-106 110-85 114-108 94-69 84-97 94-85 77-78 124-82 95-67 67-40 94-60 93-76 91-76 83-65 102-83 103-77 111-93 100-69 89-79 90-79 124-90 127-69 82-83 94-75 72-74

# Civitan Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) ^ Gold Coast Classic (W. Palm Beach, Fla.) & NCAA Tournament (South Bend, Ind.)

During the streak, the Dolphins climbed steadily up the polls and got as high as sixth.

PLAYER ..................... G FG FGA Pct. Artis Gilmore ..............26 229 405 .565 Harold Fox ...................26 218 439 .496 Ernie Fleming..............26 173 302 .572 Pembrook Burrows .26 132 197 .670 Vaughn Wedeking ....24 126 256 .492 Greg Nelson................23 85 153 .556 Chip Dublin ..................26 60 135 .444 Mike Blevins ................16 20 42 .476 Curtis Kruer ...............21 24 46 .522 Rusty Baldwin.............24 5 15 .333 Phil Carter ...................18 5 18 .278 TEAM .............................26 1077 2008 .542 Opponents ...................26 824 1881 .439

Biscayne at St. Peter's # G. Washington #Florida State at Richmond at Western Kentucky ^Creighton ^Wake Forest Miami Oklahoma City Manhattan Furman at Mercer South Alabama Florida State at South Alabama at Oklahoma City Loyola (La.) at William & Mary at Bradley at Florida State Valdosta State East Carolina at Houston at Miami &Western Kentucky

A PF Pts. PPG 42 58 570 21.9 153 47 493 19.0 36 47 433 16.7 42 61 317 12.2 137 46 269 11.2 18 51 221 9.6 4.7 68 165 6.3 8 13 46 2.9 28 36 55 2.6 27 33 17 0.7 8 11 12 0.7 546 471 2598 99.9 365 517 2053 79.0


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

1972-1973 (21-6)

After missing the NCAA Tournament in 1972, the Dolphins made a return to the Big Dance in 1973. But unlinke the previous two NCAA Tournament participants, this team had no 7-footer to lean on. Instead, it had a balanced team attack that pushed the tempo and created a lot of offensive chances. The Dolphins were headlined by four players that averaged at least 14.9 points per game, including the two inside forces of Barlow Taylor and Abe Stewart. Taylor led the team in scoring (17.4 ppg) and rebounds (12.1 rpg) while Stewart averaged 14.9 points and 8.7 boards. The two weren’t too shabby at shooting the ball either. Taylor hit 61 percent of his shots while Stewart hit 59.1 percent of his. Setting up their inside play was the backcourt of Leon Benbow and Henry Williams. Benbow led the team with 110

assists and a 15.9 points per game average while Williams complemented him on the perimeter, hitting 43.4 percent of his shots while averaging 17.3 points per game. After a rocky 5-2 start, the Dolphins rattled off nine straight wins to spark a run to the postseason. Making their second trip to Dayton for the NCAAs, the Dolphins fell behind by 15 at the half, leading to a second half rally that fell just short in a 77-75 loss to Austin Peay.

Nov. 27 Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 20 Dec. 23 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Jan. 2 Jan. 6 Jan. 10 Jan. 15 Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 31 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Feb. 28 Mar. 10

NCAA First Round Coach: Tom Wasdin at William & Mary Florida Tech ^Southern Illinois ^Duquesne at St. Peter's *Oral Roberts *Long Beach State Furman #Miami (OH) #Rutgers at Georgia Southern Southwestern La. at Furman Texas-Pan American Florida State East Carolina at Providence at Stetson at Rhode Island Creighton at South Alabama at Florida State Illinois State South Alabama at Houston Georgia Southern &Austin Peay

W 103-94 W 70-50 W 89-77 L 73-82 W (ot) 96-89 W 92-89 L 70-97 W 86-66 W 66-59 W 84-71 W 87-72 W 120-78 W 73-71 W 94-64 W 70-66 W 100-61 L 84-87 W 78-74 W 96-83 W 78-62 W 77-63 L 74-83 W 95-86 W 101-56 L 75-76 W 88-75 L 75-77

^ Steel Bowl Tourney (Pittsburgh, Pa.) * Nassau Classic (Nassau, N.Y.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) & NCAA Tournament (Dayton, Ohio)

1972-1973 Final Statistics PLAYER ..................... G Butch Taylor ................27 Henry Williams ..........27 Leon Benbow..............27 Abe Stewart ...............27 Jimmie Clark ..............26 Ricky Coleman ...........22 Dave Stowers ............24 Bob Nylan ....................26 Shawn Leftwich .........14 Paul Molinaro .............. 4 George Scholz............14 Lindsay Huth ................ 4 TEAM ........................27 Opponents ...............27

FG FGA Pct. FT 191 313 .610 93 195 449 .434 77 172 390 .441 84 162 274 .591 75 71 126 .563 19 49 116 .422 11 30 56 .536 31 35 61 .574 16 16 46 .348 13 5 9 .556 0 7 22 .318 5 1 3 .333 0 934 1865 .501 426 868 1940 .447 272

FTA 124 88 101 103 24 13 42 21 18 0 6 0 540 392

Pct. .750 .875 .832 .728 .792 .846 .738 .762 .722 .000 .833 .000 .789 .694

Reb. 327 145 119 235 50 33 54 80 33 4 13 3 1213 1017

Avg. A PF Pts. PPG 12.1 22 77 471 17.4 5.4 87 59 467 17.3 4.4 110 58 428 15.9 8.7 49 57 401 14.9 1.9 72 45 161 6.2 1.5 40 26 109 5.0 2.3 11 29 91 3.8 3.1 15 44 86 3.3 2.4 2 31 45 3.2 1.0 1 1 10 2.5 0.9 16 9 19 1.2 0.8 1 3 2 0.5 44.9 426 438 2294 85.0 37.7 379 236 2008 74.4

www.judolphins.com

29


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

1978-1979 (19-11)

In the coaching world, Tates Locke was renowned for his ability to turn struggling programs back into great ones. In his first year at the helm of the JU program he did just that, guiding the Dolphins to the Sun Belt Conference title and an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. To say he had some talent is an understatement. Locke built the squad around do-everything junior center James Ray. Ray led the team with a 16.1 points per game average and 7.7 rebounds per game. The two other stars of the team were Paul DeVito and Cricket Williams. Williams led the team with 118 assists while directing the offense. DeVito, a freshman from the legendary DeMatha High School,

averaged 7.5 points per game in starting all 30 games. To get to the Big Dance, the Dolphins had to win the Sun Belt Conference title. And they were struggling towards the end of the year, having lost four of the last six games. But JU was able to put together a magical run, winning three straight games over New Orleans, South Alabama and a convincing 14-point win over South Florida to punch a ticket to the Big Dance. In the first round against Virginia Tech, the Dolphins held an eight-point lead at the half, but saw the Hokies storm back in the second half for the win.

Nov. 24 Nov. 29 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Dec. 14 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 23 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Jan. 3 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 17 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Mar. 9

NCAA First Round Coach: Tates Locke

30

FG FGA Pct. FT 198 342 .579 87 114 246 .463 22 103 175 .589 53 93 197 .472 34 81 189 .445 55 71 149 .477 66 58 108 .537 20 35 76 .461 35 30 79 .380 9 26 59 .441 19 11 23 .478 4 9 24 .375 8 2 11 .182 2 4 13 .308 3 835 1691 .494 417 794 1687 .471 438

FTA 118 32 80 45 72 88 28 46 16 23 6 11 2 9 576 625

Pct. .737 .688 .663 .756 .764 .750 .714 .761 .563 .826 .667 .727 1.000 .333 .724 .701

Reb. Avg. 233 7.7 104 5.5 167 8.0 44 1.5 69 2.3 59 2.0 58 2.5 19 0.8 52 2.4 41 1.8 9 0.8 14 0.7 8 1.0 7 0.4 884 29.5 959 32.0

www.judolphins.com

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

68-70 81-68 91-87 83-73 71-83 56-85 (ot) 74-71 68-78 80-57 74-61 74-72 60-59 71-68 84-62 74-67 59-65 (ot) 61-57 53-52 61-72 84-76 54-59 81-84 (ot) 71-72 54-52 (ot) 59-60 79-68 56-47 85-77 68-54 53-70

* Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) & NCAA Tournament (Lawrence, Kan.)

1978-1979 Final Statistics PLAYER ..................... G James Ray...................30 Dwayne Smith ............19 Mike Hackett ..............21 Paul DeVito .................30 Cricket Williams........30 Jimmy Martin ............30 Steve Tutson ...............23 Phil Parisi .....................25 Singh Guram ..............22 Barlow Taylor..............23 Stan Conley .................12 Pete Boyle ...................20 Frankie Lemmons ..... 8 Greg Harris.................19 TEAM ........................30 Opponents ...............30

Wake Forest Augusta Memphis State Cameron at Stetson at North Carolina *at New Orleans North Park *Georgia State Fairleigh Dickinson at Pittsburgh at Florida Florida State Hartford *at Georgia State *South Florida *UNC Charlotte *New Orleans *at South Alabama *at UAB *at UNC Charlotte at Florida State *South Alabama *UAB *at South Florida at South Carolina %New Orleans %South Alabama %South Florida &Virginia Tech

A PF Pts. PPG 33 116 483 16.1 43 50 250 13.2 19 43 259 12.3 97 54 220 7.3 120 86 217 7.2 83 67 208 6.9 14 59 136 5.9 29 41 105 4.2 20 45 69 3.1 3 32 71 3.1 6 4 26 2.2 12 18 26 1.3 1 2 6 0.8 7 8 11 0.6 514 625 2087 69.6 - 589 2026 67.5


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

1985-1986 (21-10)

The 1985-86 Dolphins were all about timing. Three seasons before, JU was an afterthought in the Sun Belt Conference. But head coach Bob Wenzel had a plan - led by a pair of sharp-playing recruits Otis Smith and Ronnie Murphy. The duo combined to put together one of the most legendary streaks in JU basketball lore, leading the Dolphins to eight straight wins to close the season including three straight and an upset over regular-season champion UAB on the Blazers’ home floor for the conference title. The dynamic of Smith and Murphy, two future NBA draft selections, had the Dolphins in the conversation for an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament for the final month of the season.

But there was no sitting on the bubble as JU earned its NCAA Tournament bid and was seeded ninth in the Midwest Region facing the highly-regarded Temple Owls. Despite losing Murphy early in the game to an eye injury, the Dolphins were able to stay in the game before a late run in overtime gave the Owls the win. The Cinderella run to the title is one of the most talked about moments in JU basketball.

Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 20 Dec. 21 Dec. 27 Dec. 28 Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 6 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 27 Feb. 1 Feb. 3 Feb. 8 Feb. 10 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 29 Mar. 13

NCAA First Round Coach: Bob Wenzel

at Southwestern La. W 80-66 Eckerd W 83-69 Francis Marion W 69-60 at Geo. Washington L 77-83 UCF W 67-47 North Carolina L 65-69 #So. Mississippi W 80-66 #Georgia Tech L 53-72 &Washington W 67-65 &Tulsa L 57-67 Bethune-Cookman W 103-54 at Florida State W 69-62 Southwestern La. W 55-51 *UNC-Charlotte W 86-77 *at South Alabama L 53-57 *at UNC-Charlotte W 67-58 *UAB L 67-75 *at VCU L(2ot) 80-81 *at Old Dominion L 56-64 *South Alabama W 64-61 *at UAB W 65-60 *at Western Kentucky L 46-51 *at South Florida W 62-54 *Western Kentucky W 70-65 *Old Dominion W 69-51 *VCU W 67-58 *South Florida W 62-45 &VCU W 56-49 &Old Dominion W 67-61 &UAB W 70-69 ^Temple L (ot) 50-61

* Sun Belt Conference Game # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) & Tulsa Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) % Sun Belt Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) ^ NCAA Tournament (Dayton, Ohio)

1985-1986 Final Statistics PLAYER ..................... G Otis Smith ....................31 3Ronnie Murphy .......30 Danny Pearson ..........31 Willie McDuffie ..........31 Cleveland Williams ...30 Rod Kittles ...................31 Pat Laguerre ..............27 Ken Nadaskay ............. 9 Eric Lewis .....................13 Tom Terrell ..................27 John Worsowicz .......10 Others ...........................14 TEAM ........................31 Opponents ...............31

FG FGA Pct. FT 180 387 .465 113 182 406 .448 85 139 285 .488 58 125 204 .613 32 90 180 .500 24 69 143 .483 37 22 58 .379 39 8 19 .421 5 5 9 .556 3 5 11 .455 11 2 2 1.000 0 6 20 .300 9 833 1724 .483 416 789 1826 .432 350

FTA 149 121 71 71 27 65 47 6 3 18 0 18 596 505

Pct. .758 .702 .817 .451 .889 .569 .830 .833 1.000 .611 .000 .500 .698 .693

Reb. Avg. PF A 248 8.0 82 99 129 4.3 77 150 127 4.1 54 72 182 5.9 95 23 63 2.1 24 23 140 4.5 73 29 30 1.1 14 51 16 1.8 11 1 6 0.5 5 0 27 1.0 23 2 2 0.2 1 1 23 1.6 11 1 1093 35.3 470 452 1042 33.6 547 401

www.judolphins.com

TO 90 104 55 41 32 40 33 9 0 13 2 9 428 419

B S Pts/Avg. 72 60 473/15.3 19 60 449/15.0 5 25 336/10.8 48 19 282/9.1 1 19 204/6.8 11 33 175/5.6 0 9 83/3.1 1 1 21/2.3 1 0 13/1.0 4 5 21/0.8 0 2 4/0.4 8 3 21/1.5 170 2362082/67.2 59 2111928/62.2

31


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

1972 & 1974 NIT 

With the loss of Artis Gilmore and Pembrook Burrows, the Dolphins were looking to a new wave of stars to carry the momentum forward after the 1970-71 season. Despite the loss of two of the most prolific players in school history, head coach Tom Wasdin was able to put a team together that not only was invited to the NIT - but made it to the Final Four and finished in third place. It was a season with highs and lows, none lower than the three-game losing streak in early February that put the Dolphins' postseason fate in doubt. But a 110-108 overtime win over Houston helped propel the Dolphins into the NIT for the first time in program history. Much like their first trip to the NCAA Tournament, the Dolphins made another deep run - advancing to the semifinals. Despite a loss to Maryland in the semifinals, JU was able to bounce back and beat St. John’s 83-80 at Madison Square Garden in front of a partisan crowd to claim third place.

1971-1972 (20-8) Dec. 1 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 7 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Dec. 27 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 3

32

Biscayne at East Carolina #Tennessee Tech #Florida State Ga. Southern William & Mary ^Santa Clara ^Texas Tech ^North Texas East Tenn. St. South Alabama Stetson at Florida St. St. Peter's Furman at Furman

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

110-75 77-68 86-72 83-90 106-88 83-72 88-109 81-66 95-82 97-75 120-65 107-82 84-82 132-100 91-90 102-87

Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 6 Mar. 17 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 25

at Creighton at Cincinnati at Marquette at South Alabama Florida State Mercer Houston (ot) Providence &Fordham &Lafayette &Maryland &St. John's

L 66-71 L 84-88 L 79-88 W 82-59 L 61-70 W 90-77 W 110-108 L 76-90 W 94-75 W 87-76 L 77-91 W 83-80

# Civitan Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) ^ All-College Tourney (Oklahoma City, Okla.) & NIT (New York, N.Y.)

For the first time in JU’s postseason history, Joe Williams or Tom Wasdin wasn’t sitting on the bench. Instead, it was first-year head coach Bob Gottlieb who led JU to its fifth straight postseason appearance - a berth in the NIT in 1974 as the Dolphins missed out on atlarge bid to the NCAA Tournament. With new life in the NIT, the Dolphins took advantage - making a run to the semifinals for the second time in three seasons. The new coach had a new style that wasn’t as focused on inside play as in the past. Instead, the Dolphins worked harder on the defensive side of the ball - forcing 567 turnovers, still the most turnovers forced by JU in a season. The regular season was punctuated with big wins over Auburn, Oklahoma, Western Kentucky, Florida State, Illinois, Cincinnati and Houston. The Dolphins then rolled in the postseason, beating UMass by four and Maryland-Eastern Shore by two before falling to Purdue in Madison Square Garden.

1973-1974 (20-10)

Nov. 30 Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 21 Dec. 22 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 29

^St. John's ^Auburn Oklahoma Ga. Southern Oral Roberts $Columbia $St. John's #Florida #Western Ky. Austin Peay South Alabama St. Peter's Furman at Richmond at Florida St. at Illinois Providence

www.judolphins.com

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

64-69 90-78 66-64 82-69 91-86 58-50 60-68 62-64 85-77 93-70 101-83 84-72 77-68 84-74 74-78 89-86 90-106

Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Mar. 4 Mar. 16 Mar. 19 Mar. 23 Mar. 24

at G. Washington at Pan-American at South Alabama Florida State NE Louisiana at Stetson at Furman Cincinnati Houston &UMass &UMES &Purdue &Boston College

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

69-77 84-71 76-83 113-89 100-84 71-62 61-71 81-66 83-80 73-69 85-83 63-78 77-87

^ Clemson Tip-Off Tourney (Clemson, S.C.) $ Connecticut Classic (New Haven, Conn.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) & NIT (New York, N.Y.)


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

1980 & 1987 NIT

The 1980 season was bittersweet for the Dolphins as they advanced to the NIT. JU opened the season with 10 straight wins, the second best streak to start a season in school history. But the Dolphins slumped late in the year, dropping five out of seven at one point - including two crushing losses to instate rivals Florida and Florida State. While being on the NCAA Tournament bubble was nothing new, JU still had a chance at winning the Sun Belt Conference Tournament, but came up short in the semifinals, falling to UAB, 64-60. Armed with a 20-8 record, JU accepted its second straight postseason bid - a trip to the NIT. The Dolphins were selected to host, but fell to Murray State, 53-49. The end of the season marked the end of an era at JU as James Ray would graduate. One of the top players ever at JU, he went out with a bang - setting career highs in points per game (17.2), points (498) and free throws made (98).

1979-1980 (20-9)

Nov. 30 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 25

Georgia College at Florida St. Stetson *at VCU *at New Orleans Catholic Duquesne #William & Mary #Florida St. Francis (Pa.) *at UNC-Charlotte *South Alabama *UNC Charlotte *VCU *UAB *South Florida *at Georgia St.

W 95-62 W 77-76 W 75-63 W 65-63 W 72-57 W 62-45 W 73-54 W 58-43 W 61-55 W 61-52 L 65-68 L 63-64 W (ot) 72-68 W 73-61 W 62-52 W 91-75 W 67-57

Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Mar. 5

*New Orleans *at UAB *at South Ala. at Wake Forest *at South Florida at Stetson Florida State at Florida *Georgia State %Georgia State %UAB ^Murray State

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

86-71 68-72 58-65 56-69 61-41 60-56 55-64 55-60 80-47 70-59 60-64 49-53

* Sun Belt Conference Game # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) % Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.)

JU was looking to catch lightning in a bottle twice, but the Dolphins couldn’t repeat as Sun Belt Conference champions and instead took their 19-10 record to the NIT. But getting to the NIT was a great accomplishment from where the team started the year. JU opened the season by losing five of its first seven games before an eight-game winning streak starting in late December. Led by senior Ronnie Murphy, the Dolphins were able to make a run at the Sun Belt regular season title - finishing with an 11-3 record, just one game out of first place in the league. Despite a loss to UAB in the conference tournament, the Dolphins accepted their second straight postseason bid with the NIT invite. Once again on the road, JU found itself facing SEC power Vanderbilt. In what turned out to be Bob Wenzel’s final game as head coach at JU, the Dolphins fell 74-72.

1986-1987 (19-11)

Nov. 28 Nov. 29 Dec. 5 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 13 Dec. 19 Dec. 20 Dec. 29 Jan. 3 Jan. 6 Jan. 8 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 22 Jan. 26 Jan. 31

^Rhode Island ^Hartford &Northeastern &Oklahoma St. Armstrong St. at North Carolina #Ohio State ! #Va. Tech Geo. Washington Florida State *at South Alabama *at UAB *South Florida *Western Ky. *at Old Dominion Virginia *at UNC-Charlotte *UAB *South Alabama

www.judolphins.com

L 57-61 W 63-49 L 70-76 W 85-66 L 53-54 L 69-98 L 74-85 W 2-0 W 90-80 W 90-78 W 88-81 W 77-69 W 65-56 W 80-71 W 89-71 L 81-82 W 79-67 L (ot) 80-81 W 98-89

Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 12

Morgan State *UNC-Charlotte *at VCU *VCU *at South Florida *at Western Ky. *Old Dominion %South Florida %UAB Central Conn. St. &Vanderbilt

W W W L W L W W L W L

102-66 99-68 77-66 75-88 94-85 74-87 71-66 68-63 86-93 123-83 72-74

* Sun Belt Conference Game ^ Hartford Invitational (Hartford, Conn.) & Carrier Classic (Syracuse, N.Y.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) % Sun Belt Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.) @ NIT (Nashville, Tenn.) ! Forfeit

33


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

2009 & 2010 NIT 

With a mid-season surge, the 2008-09 Jacksonville Dolphins ended a 21-year postseason drought with a trip to the NIT. Playing a tough out-of-league schedule, JU lost its first five games of the season and were sitting at just 3-7 as the calendar turned to 2009. But a nine-game January winning streak turned the season around and vaulted the Dolphins to an Atlantic Sun regular season championship. After dispatching Lipscomb in the conference semifinals, the Dolphins ended one victory shy of a NCAA Tournament bid, falling to East Tennessee State in the A-Sun title game. Though the season ended with a loss at Florida in the opening round of the NIT, the Dolphins ended with a third straight winning season under Cliff Warren and a postseason memory for outgoing senior Marcus Allen.

2008-2009 (18-14)

Nov. 15 Nov. 17 Nov. 22 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 17 Dec. 22 Dec. 29 Jan. 3 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. 20

34

Florida State at Georgetown American at Baylor at Georgia Tech *Belmont *Lipscomb at Ohio State Bethune-Cookman Troy *at ETSU *at USC Upstate *Mercer *Kennesaw St. *at UNF *at Campbell Savannah St.

L 57-59 L 62-71 L 67-75 L 68-76 L 76-79 W 65-64 W 83-67 L 68-81 L (ot) 64-66 W 86-73 L 82-84 W 79-69 W 80-59 W 82-61 W 78-38 W 76-63 W 69-56

Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 18

*at Stetson *at FGCU *ETSU *USC Upstate *at Mercer *at Kennesaw St. *UNF *Campbell *FGCU *Stetson *at Lipscomb *at Belmont #Lipscomb #ETSU $ at Florida

W 84-61 W 75-65 W (ot) 82-72 L 59-70 L 71-72 W 59-56 W 72-50 L 83-89 W 71-53 W 81-66 L 82-92 W (ot) 84-82 W 88-72 L 68-85 L 62-84

* Atlantic Sun Conference Game # Atlantic Sun Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) & NIT

The parallels between the 2009 and the 2010 JU teams are too obvious to ignore. Each lost five in a row to open the season. Each ended the calendar year at 3-7 overall. Each then regrouped with a massive winning streak in the month of January. This time, the Dolphins one-upped themselves, reeling off 10 wins in a row from Jan. 4-31. With nine of those 10 victories coming against conference opponents, Jacksonville once again claimed an Atlantic Sun regular season title. A loss to Mercer on the road in the Atlantic Sun semifinals once again consigned the Dolphins to the NIT, but JU made the most of its second opportunity, shocking Arizona State on the road to advance to the second round, and locking up the program's first 20-win season since the 1985-86 NCAA Tournament team.

2009-2010 (20-13)

Nov. 16 Nov. 24 Nov. 27 Nov. 30 Dec. 4 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 23

at Florida State at California at South Carolina at Georgia St. Florida at Bethune-Cookman *at Campbell *at ETSU %Buffalo %at UCF *Mercer *Kennesaw St. *at Stetson *at FGCU *Lipscomb *Belmont *UNF *USC Upstate

www.judolphins.com

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

61-87 47-79 93-97 54-64 67-85 56-48 57-73 70-93 83-73 61-51 74-75 91-52 80-70 82-58 79-73 82-66 62-55 65-52

Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 3 Mar. 5 Mar. 16 Mar. 20

at Savannah St. *at UNF *at USC Upstate *at Belmont *at Lipscomb *FGCU *Stetson *at Kennesaw St. *at Mercer *Campbell *ETSU #UNF #Mercer &at Arizona St. &at Texas Tech

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

72-68 73-61 79-63 70-73 61-79 68-62 69-54 75-67 76-64 65-52 62-64 76-69 63-66 67-66 64-69

* Atlantic Sun Conference Game % UCF Holiday Classic (Orlando, Fla.) # Atlantic Sun Tournament (Macon, Ga.) & NIT


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

All-Time NCAA Tournament Boxes Western Ky. Perry Glover McDaniels Sundmacker Rose Banks Johnson Bright Haskins Davis Eaton team TOTALS

1970 NCAA Mideast First Round Jacksonville 109, Western Ky. 96 March 7 at Dayton, Ohio FG-A FT-A RB PF 6-15 0-0 7 3 3-12 1-2 6 4 13-22 3-4 7 5 3-7 2-2 1 1 6-11 4-4 3 2 1-4 1-1 2 5 3-5 2-2 6 3 1-4 0-0 6 5 3-4 4-4 1 1 0-2 0-0 1 0 0-3 1-2 0 0 6 39-89 18-21 40 29

JU Mike Belvins Pembrook Burrows Artis Gilmore Rex Morgan Vaughn Wedeking Chip Dublin Greg Nelson Rod McIntyre Rusty Baldwin Curtis Kruer Ken Selke team TOTALS

FG-A 2-5 2-4 11-20 7-12 9-15 4-4 3-3 1-3 1-1 0-1 0-2

FT-A 0-1 0-2 8-13 10-13 1-2 1-1 5-7 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

40-70

29-43

RB 2 3 19 6 4 4 7 3 0 0 3 5 50

TP 12 7 29 8 16 3 8 2 10 0 1

Kentucky Parker Pratt Issel Dinwiddie Hollenbeck Key Mills Steele Soderberg team TOTALS

96

JU Vaughn Wedeking Mike Blevins Pembrook Burrows Artis Gilmore Rex Morgan Chip Dublin Greg Nelson Rod McIntyre team TOTALS

PF 0 3 2 1 0 4 2 3 1 0 0

TP 4 4 30 24 19 9 11 6 2 0 0

16

109

Turnovers: JU 22, WKU 15. Halftime: JU 53, WKU 47. 1970 NCAA Mideast Semifinals Jacksonville 104, Iowa 103 March 12 at Columbus, Ohio JU FG-A FT-A RB PF Mike Blevins 0-1 0-0 1 3 Pembrook Burrows 11-12 1-2 9 3 Artis Gilmore 13-24 4-7 17 5 Vaughn Wedeking 2-8 1-3 4 1 Rex Morgan 9-14 5-9 4 4 Chip Dublin 2-8 0-0 2 5 Greg Nelson 6-7 6-6 9 1 Rod McIntyre 0-1 1-2 1 0 Rusty Baldwin 0-1 0-0 0 1 team 4 TOTALS 43-76 18-29 47 23 Iowa Vidnovic Johnson Jensen Brown Calabria McGilmer Grabinski team TOTALS

FG-A 8-13 9-19 1-8 13-23 7-12 4-8 0-0

FT-A 8-11 1-3 2-3 1-2 7-8 0-2 0-2

42-83

19-31

RB 8 8 4 4 8 3 2 9 37

TP 0 23 30 5 23 4 18 1 0 104

PF 3 3 3 3 4 4 0

TP 24 19 4 27 21 8 0

20

103

1970 NCAA Mideast Finals Jacksonville 106, Kentucky 100 March 14 at Columbus, Ohio FG-A FT-A RB PF 8-18 5-5 4 2 4-13 6-9 13 5 13-25 2-2 10 5 1-2 0-1 0 0 4-8 2-2 7 3 0-2 4-4 1 1 7-11 1-1 3 5 1-4 0-0 2 5 2-5 0-0 3 0 1 40-89 20-24 44 26 FG-A 4-13 0-1 3-4 10-29 10-10 6-8 5-7 1-2

FT-A 4-5 0-0 2-2 4-7 8-9 7-8 3-5 0-0

39-69

28-36

RB 3 3 4 20 3 2 6 3 3 47

TP 21 14 28 2 10 0 18 3 4 100

PF 0 2 3 4 4 4 1 2

TP 12 0 8 24 28 19 13 2

20

106

Halftime: JU 52, Kentucky 45. Officials: Marich, Bussenius. Attendance: 13,865 1970 NCAA Semifinals - Final Four Jacksonville 109, St. Bonaventure 96 March 19 at College Park, Md. JU FG-A FT-A RB PF Vaughn Wedeking 7-15 1-1 6 4 Rex Morgan 6-15 5-6 5 3 Pembrook Burrows 2-4 1-1 4 4 Rod McIntyre 0-3 0-0 3 1 Artis Gilmore 9-14 11-15 21 2 Chip Dublin 1-3 9-9 2 2 Greg Nelson 1-7 10-12 7 3 Mike Blevins 1-1 0-0 0 1 Rusty Baldwin 0-1 0-1 0 1 team 4 TOTALS 27-63 37-45 48 21 St. Bonaventure B. Kalbaugh P. Hoffan G. Gary T. Baldwin M. Gantt M. Kull V. Thomas P. Greys D. Tepas G. Fahey team TOTALS

FG-A 5-8 4-14 2-7 2-10 8-17 4-7 7-17 1-5 0-0 1-1

FT-A 2-2 2-4 5-8 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 2-2 0-0

34-86

15-22

RB 4 6 13 4 8 0 4 1 1 0 6 41

TP 15 17 5 0 29 11 12 2 0 109

PF 0 3 5 5 5 5 3 2 0 1

TP 12 10 9 5 16 8 15 4 2 2

32

96

Halftime: JU 42, St. Bonaventure, 34. Attendance: 14,380

Halftime: JU 50, Iowa 49. Attendance: 13,937 www.judolphins.com

35


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

1970 NCAA Championship UCLA 80, Jacksonville 69 March 21 at College Park, Md. JU FG-A FT-A RB PF Mike Blevins 1-2 1-2 0 1 Pembrook Burrows 6-9 0-0 6 1 Artis Gilmore 9-29 1-1 16 5 Rex Morgan 5-11 0-0 4 5 Vaughn Wedeking 6-11 0-0 2 2 Chip Dublin 0-5 2-2 1 4 Greg Nelson 3-9 2-2 5 1 Rod McIntyre 1-3 0-0 3 3 Rusty Baldwin 0-0 0-0 0 0 Dan Hawkins 0-1 1-1 1 1 Ken Selke 0-0 0-0 0 0 team 2 TOTALS 31-80 7-8 40 23 UCLA Rick Betchley Andy Hill Sidney Wicks Curtis Rowe Steve Patterson John Vallely Henry Bibby Kenny Booker John Ecker Terry Schofield Bill Seibert Jon Chapman team TOTALS

FG-A 0-0 0-0 5-9 7-15 8-15 5-10 2-11 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-1

FT-A 0-1 0-1 7-10 5-5 1-4 5-7 4-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

28-63

24-35

RB 0 0 18 8 11 7 4 0 0 0 1 1 3 53

TP 3 12 19 10 12 2 8 2 0 1 0 69

PF 0 0 3 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0

TP 0 0 17 19 17 15 8 2 2 0 0 0

12

80

Turnovers: UCLA 23, JU 18. Halftime: UCLA 41, JU 36. Officials: Bobby Scott, Lenny Wirtz. Attendance: 14,380

1971 NCAA Mideast First Round Western Kentucky 74, Jacksonville 53 March 13 at South Bend, Ind. Western Ky. FG-A FT-A RB PF J. Rose 6-17 1-2 7 2 R. Bailey 3-7 0-1 6 3 J. McDaniels 11-28 1-4 13 4 J. Dunn 5-16 1-4 10 5 C. Glover 8-21 0-1 17 2 G. Sudmacker 0-0 0-0 2 1 C. Witt 2-7 1-1 0 1 team 6 TOTALS 35-96 4-13 55 18 JU FG-A FT-A RB PF Chip Dublin 2-4 1-2 3 2 Harold Fox 9-18 1-1 6 2 Artis Gilmore 3-10 6-10 22 1 Pembrook Burrows 0-6 1-3 8 3 Ernie Fleming 8-15 2-2 8 4 Vaughn Wedeking 3-8 1-3 3 0 Rusty Baldwin 0-0 0-0 0 0 Mike Blevins 3-3 0-0 2 2 Greg Nelson 2-2 0-0 0 3 team 3 TOTALS 26-60 12-21 52 20 Turnovers: JU 33, WKU 17. Halftime: JU 44, WKU 30.

Austin Peay D. Odums P. Howard E. Childress J. Williams H. Jackson J. Wanstrath R. Turner R. Jimmerson K. Hampton Team TOTALS JU Henry Williams Leon Benbow Abe Stewart Jimmie Clark Barlow Taylor Dave Stowers Ricky Coleman Bob Nylan Team TOTALS

1973 NCAA Mideast First Round Austin Peay 77, Jacksonville 75 March 10 at Dayton, Ohio FG-A FT-A RB PF 2-9 2-2 9 2 4-11 2-4 5 5 5-10 0-0 1 4 12-26 2-2 5 3 4-6 0-2 4 3 1-2 2-2 1 3 2-4 1-2 6 2 4-7 0-1 5 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 5 34-75 9-15 36 25 FG-A 6-17 6-13 3-7 4-6 6-9 0-0 2-6 1-1

FT-A 3-4 6-8 2-5 0-0 8-10 0-0 0-0 0-0

28-59

19-27

Halftime: Austin Peay 47, JU 32.

36

www.judolphins.com

RB 6 3 13 3 16 0 1 1 3 43

TP 13 6 23 11 16 0 5 74 TP 5 19 12 1 18 7 0 6 4 53

TP 6 10 10 26 8 4 5 8 0 77

PF 2 3 2 3 3 3 1 2

TP 15 18 8 8 20 0 4 2

19

75


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 1979 NCAA Mideast First Round Virginia Tech 70, Jacksonville 53 March 9 at Lawrence, Kan. Virginia Tech FG-A FT-A RB PF Les Henson 3-7 6-8 7 1 Wayne Robinson 1-4 2-4 9 1 Dale Solomon 10-14 4-4 4 2 Dexter Reid 5-7 0-0 4 3 Marshall Ashford 7-10 1-1 1 1 Tic Price 0-2 0-0 3 1 Gordy Bryan 0-2 0-0 1 0 John Hillenbrand 0-0 1-3 2 0 Chris Scott 0-2 2-3 0 0 David Bennett 0-0 0-0 1 0 Mark Shrader 1-1 0-0 0 0 Linwood Henson 0-0 0-0 0 0 team 3 TOTALS 27-49 16-23 35 9 JU Singh Guram Barlow Taylor James Ray Cricket Williams Paul DeVito Jimmy Martin Steve Tutson Greg Harris Phil Parisi Pete Boyle Stan Conley Frankie Lemmons team TOTALS

FG-A 1-2 3-7 7-14 3-7 1-6 7-11 3-6 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-3

FT-A 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

26-60

1-1

RB 1 2 9 2 4 1 3 0 0 1 0 3 2 28

Temple Tim Perry Ed Coe Ramon Rivas Nate Blackwell Howard Evans Derrick Brantly Kevin Clifton team TOTALS

TP 12 4 24 10 15 0 0 1 2 0 2 0

JU Otis Smith Ronnie Murphy Willie McDuffie Danny Pearson Pat LaGuerre Rod Kittles Cleveland Williams Tom Terrell John Worsowicz team TOTALS

70

PF 4 0 5 1 0 2 5 0 1 2 0 0

TP 2 6 15 6 2 14 6 0 0 0 0 2

20

53

1986 NCAA Midwest First Round Temple 61, Jacksonville 50 (OT) March 13 at Dayton, Ohio FG-A FT-A RB PF 4-8 3-10 18 2 8-18 0-0 8 4 1-2 1-2 1 4 4-11 0-0 1 0 4-14 5-5 0 3 1-6 2-2 7 1 0-0 6-6 4 1 5 22-59 17-25 44 15 FG-A 3-11 9-21 1-2 3-8 0-0 1-1 2-8 0-0 0-0

FT-A 5-7 4-5 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0

19-51

12-16

RB 8 7 2 3 2 2 5 1 0 3 33

TP 11 16 3 8 13 4 6 61

PF 2 3 1 4 0 5 1 2 0

TP 11 22 2 7 0 2 4 2 0

18

50

Turnovers: JU 14, Temple 9. Halftime: JU 24, Temple 23. Technical foul: Kittles (JU). Officials: Paul Galvin, John Moreau, Frank Bosone. Attendance: 13,270

Turnovers: Tied at 15. Halftime: JU 27, Va. Tech 21. Technical foul: Ray (JU). Officials: Maracich, Tuner, Korte. Attendance: 3,625

Jacksonville NCAA Record Book TEAM

All-time record ..........................................................................4-5 (.444) Overtime record .................................................................0-1 (.000) Deepest tournament run ................1970, national title game Points in a game ...........................109, vs. Western Ky., 3/7/70 Points in a half ............ 56 (2nd half), vs. Western Ky., 3/7/70 Points allowed in a game ....................... 103, vs. Iowa, 3/12/70 FG Made ...........................................................43, vs. Iowa, 3/12/70 FG Attempted ............................................. 80, vs. UCLA, 3/21/70 FG Percentage ..............57.1 (40-70), vs. Western Ky. 3/7/70 FT Made ....................................37, vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/19/70 FT Attempted .........................45, vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/19/70 Rebounds ............................................ 50, vs. Western Ky. 3/7/70 Rebound Margin .....................................................................+10, Twice .................................................... 50-40, vs. Western Ky., 3/7/70 ...................................................................47-37, vs. Iowa, 3/12/70 Rebound Deficit ..........................................-13, vs. UCLA, 3/21/70 Fouls ............................................................................................... 23, Twice .....................................vs. UCLA, 3/21/70; vs. Iowa, 3/12/70

INDIVIDUAL

Points in a game ...................................................................... 30, Twice ......................................Artis Gilmore, vs. Western Ky., 3/7/70 ................................................... Artis Gilmore, vs. Iowa, 3/12/70 FG Made .............................. 13, Artis Gilmore vs. Iowa, 3/12/70 FG Attempted ................ 29, Artis Gilmore vs. UCLA, 3/21/70 FG Percentage ....................................................................100, (10-10) ............................................. Rex Morgan vs. Kentucky, 3/14/70 ................................................................................................91.6 (11-12) ....................................... Pembrook Burrows vs. Iowa, 3/12/70 FT Made ....... 11, Artis Gilmore vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/19/70 FT Att. ........... 15, Artis Gilmore vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/19/70 Rebounds ............ 22, Artis Gilmore vs. Western Ky., 3/13/71

www.judolphins.com

37


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Conference Tournament History

Sun Belt Tournament (20-20)

1977 - Charlotte, N.C.

First Round - Campus Sites #4 Jacksonville 64, #5 South Florida 49 Semifinals #1 UNC-Charlotte 74, #4 Jacksonville 69 Third Place #4 Jacksonville 102, #6 Georgia State 72

1978 - Charlotte, N.C.

First Round - Campus Sites #3 Jacksonville 82, #6 Georgia State 77 Semifinals #2 New Orleans 79, #3 Jacksonville 64

1979 - Charlotte, N.C. Sun Belt Tournament Champions

Quarterfinals #4 Jacksonville 56, #5 New Orleans 47 Semifinals #4 Jacksonville 85, #1 South Alabama 77 Championship #4 Jacksonville 68, #2 South Florida 54

1980 - Charlotte, N.C.

Quarterfinals #3 Jacksonville 70, #6 Georgia State 59 Semifinals #2 UAB 64, #3 Jacksonville 60

1981 - Jacksonville, Fla.

Quarterfinals #4 South Florida 52, #5 Jacksonville 50 (OT)

1982 - Birmingham, Ala.

Quarterfinals #6 South Alabama 77, #3 Jacksonville 75 (OT)

1983 - Birmingham, Ala.

Quarterfinals #8 Jacksonville 63, #1 Old Dominion 59 Semifinals #4 South Florida 71, #8 Jacksonville 58

1984 - Birmingham, Ala.

Quarterfinals #2 Old Dominion 79, #7 Jacksonville 68

1985 - Hampton, Va.

Quarterfinals #5 Jacksonville 75, #4 South Florida 69 (OT) Semifinals #1 VCU 75, #5 Jacksonville 57

1986 - Birmingham, Ala. Sun Belt Tournament Champions

1988 - Richmond, Va.

Quarterfinals #1 UNC-Charlotte 73, #8 Jacksonville 72

1989 - Charlotte, N.C.

Quarterfinals #6 Jacksonville 93, #3 VCU 85 (OT) Semifinals #6 Jacksonville 77, #7 Western Ky. 72 Championship #1 South Alabama 105, #6 Jacksonville 59

1990 - Birmingham, Ala.

Quarterfinals #6 Jacksonville 94, #3 Old Dominion 88 Semifinals #2 South Florida 86, #6 Jacksonville 59

1991 - Mobile, Ala.

Quarterfinals #1 South Alabama 84, #8 Jacksonville 68

1992 - Biloxi, Miss.

First Round #9 Jacksonville 105, #8 Lamar 78 Quarterfinals #1 Louisiana Tech 80, #9 Jacksonville 66

1993 - Biloxi, Miss.

First Round #9 Louisiana Tech 63, #8 Jacksonville 62

1994 - Bowling Green, Ky.

Quarterfinals #4 Jacksonville 68, #5 Arkansas State 55 Semifinals #1 Western Ky. 83, #4 Jacksonville 72

1995 - Little Rock, Ark.

Quarterfinals #6 Ark.-Little Rock 99, #3 Jacksonville 76

1996 - Little Rock, Ark.

Quarterfinals #3 Jacksonville 63, #6 Lamar 62 Semifinals #2 Ark.-Little Rock 99, #3 Jacksonville 60

1997 - Little Rock, Ark.

First Round #9 Jacksonville 101, #8 Arkansas State 80 Quarterfinals #1 New Orleans 76, #9 Jacksonville 63

1998 - Lafayette, La.

First Round #9 Western Ky. 75, #8 Jacksonville 70 (OT)

Quarterfinals #4 Jacksonville 56, #5 VCU 49 Semifinals #4 Jacksonville 67, #1 Old Dominion 61 Championship #4 Jacksonville 70, #3 UAB 69

1987 - Bowling Green, Ky.

Quarterfinals #2 Jacksonville 68, #7 South Florida 63 Semifinals #3 UAB 93, #2 Jacksonville 86

38

www.judolphins.com

Record by Seeding

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 OT

1st Rd. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-0 0-0

Qtr. 0-0 1-0 3-3 4-0 1-1 2-0 0-1 1-2 0-2 2-3

Semis 0-0 0-1 0-3 2-2 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

Champ 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Conference Tournament History

Atlantic Sun Tournament (5-14)

Record by Seeding

1999 - Jacksonville, Fla.

Quarterfinals #3 Georgia State 78, #6 Jacksonville 58

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 OT

2000 - Jacksonville, Fla.

First Round #8 Mercer 55, #9 Jacksonville 48

2001 - Atlanta, Ga.

Quarterfinals #5 Samford 44, #4 Jacksonville 41

2002 - Orlando, Fla.

Quarterfinals #3 Florida Atlantic 59, #6 Jacksonville 50

1st Rd. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

Qtr. 0-0 2-0 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-1

Semis 1-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Champ 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2003 - Atlanta, Ga.

Quarterfinals #1 Mercer 73, #8 Jacksonville 57

2004 - Nashville, Tenn.

Quarterfinals #2 UCF 71, #7 Jacksonville 63

2005 - Nashville, Tenn.

Quarterfinals #4 Jacksonville 68, #5 Lipscomb 64 Semifinals #1 Gardner-Webb 77, #4 Jacksonville 76

2007 - Johnson City, Tenn.

Quarterfinals #6 Campbell 91, #3 Jacksonville 86 (OT)

2008 - Nashville, Tenn.

Quarterfinals #2 Jacksonville 65, #7 Mercer 57 Semifinals #2 Jacksonville 89, #6 Gardner-Webb 80 Championship #1 Belmont 79, #2 Jacksonville 61

2009 - Nashville, Tenn.

Semifinals #1 Jacksonville 88, #4 Lipscomb 72 Championship #2 East Tennessee St. 85, #1 Jacksonville 68

2010 - Macon, Ga.

Quarterfinals #2 Jacksonville 76, #7 North Florida 69 Semifinals #6 Mercer 66, #2 Jacksonville 63

2011 - Macon, Ga.

Quarterfinals #6 North Florida 68, #3 Jacksonville 64

2012 - Macon, Ga.

Quarterfinals #1 Belmont 76, #8 Jacksonville 62

2013 - Macon, Ga.

Quarterfinals #5 USC Upstate 76, #4 Jacksonville 62

www.judolphins.com

39


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE All-Time Series Records (D-I Opponents) Atlantic Sun

East Tennessee State ....... 6-12 Florida Gulf Coast ..................7-5 Kennesaw State .................. 12-4 Lipscomb ..............................12-10 Mercer .................................31-20 North Florida ........................ 15-4 Northern Kentucky ...............1-1 Stetson ................................ 44-33 USC Upstate............................8-4 America East (8-1) Hartford .....................................4-1 New Hampshire ......................3-0 UMBC ..........................................1-0 American Athletic (39-46) Cincinnati ...................................1-3 Houston ......................................2-2 Memphis ....................................1-4 Rutgers .......................................1-1 Temple .........................................1-1 UCF ..........................................12-11 USF ......................................... 21-24 Atlantic 10 (18-33) Dayton .........................................0-1 Duquesne...................................1-1 Fordham.....................................2-1 George Washington ..............2-2 Massachusetts .......................1-0 Rhode Island .............................2-1 Saint Joseph's..........................1-3 Saint Louis .................................0-1 St. Bonaventure ......................1-4 VCU ........................................... 8-19 Atlantic Coast (33-103) Boston College ........................0-1 Clemson .....................................0-1 Florida State .......................19-46 Georgia Tech ............................5-5 Maryland ....................................1-2 Miami (FL) ...............................6-26 North Carolina.........................0-6 North Carolina State ............0-2 Pittsburgh..................................1-2 Virginia ........................................0-3 Virginia Tech .............................1-4 Wake Forest.............................0-5 Big East (6-18) Butler ...........................................0-2 Creighton ...................................3-2 DePaul .........................................0-2 Georgetown ..............................1-2 Marquette .................................0-2 Providence ................................0-5 St. John's ...................................1-2 Villanova......................................1-0 Xavier...........................................0-1 Big Sky (0-2) Montana State ........................0-1 Northern Arizona ...................0-1

40

Big South (28-19) Campbell ...............................14-11 Charleston Southern ............1-0 Coastal Carolina .....................3-1 Gardner-Webb.........................7-5 High Point ..................................2-0 Radford .......................................1-0 Winthrop....................................0-2 Big Ten (3-10) Illinois ...........................................1-0 Indiana .........................................0-2 Iowa ..............................................1-0 Michigan State ........................1-1 Minnesota .................................0-2 Northwestern ..........................0-1 Ohio State ..................................0-2 Penn State ................................0-1 Purdue ........................................0-1 Big 12 (5-8) Baylor ..........................................0-3 Iowa State .................................1-0 Oklahoma ...................................1-1 Oklahoma State ......................1-2 Texas ............................................0-1 Texas Tech .................................2-1 Big West (4-3) Cal State Northridge ............0-1 Hawaii ..........................................4-0 Long Beach State ..................0-1 UC Irvine .....................................0-1 Colonial (9-6) Hofstra .......................................2-1 Northeastern...........................0-1 Towson ........................................0-1 UNC-Wilmington .....................0-2 William & Mary .......................7-1 Conference USA (61-79) Charlotte ...............................13-17 East Carolina ............................5-0 Florida Atlantic...................... 12-8 Louisiana Tech ......................6-10 Marshall .....................................3-1 Middle Tennessee ..................1-0 North Texas ..............................1-0 Old Dominion ......................... 9-13 Southern Miss .........................3-4 Tulsa .............................................0-1 UAB ...........................................8-25 Horizon League (3-0) Milwaukee ..................................3-0 Ivy League (5-1) Brown ..........................................1-1 Columbia ....................................2-0 Dartmouth ................................1-0 Harvard ......................................1-0 Metro Atlantic (19-9) Iona ...............................................2-1 Manhattan ................................1-0 Monmouth.................................2-1

Niagara .......................................2-3 Rider ............................................1-1 Saint Peter's .............................9-3 Siena ............................................2-0 Mid-American (7-3) Akron ...........................................1-0 Ball State ...................................0-1 Bowling Green .........................0-1 Buffalo .........................................3-1 Miami (OH) ................................1-0 Northern Illinois ......................2-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic (37-7) Bethune-Cookman ..............10-2 Florida A&M .............................6-2 Md.-Eastern Shore ................1-0 Morgan State ..........................1-0 Savannah State.................... 15-2 South Carolina State ............4-1 Missouri Valley (6-2) Bradley ........................................1-0 Evansville ....................................1-0 Illinois State...............................1-1 Indiana State ............................0-1 Missouri State .........................1-0 Southern Illinois.......................1-0 Wichita State...........................1-0

Southeastern (12-56) Alabama .....................................0-2 Arkansas ....................................0-1 Auburn ........................................2-3 Florida ......................................5-29 Georgia .......................................0-9 Kentucky .....................................1-1 LSU ...............................................1-0 Mississippi .................................1-2 Mississippi State ....................0-3 South Carolina .........................1-4 Texas A&M ................................0-1 Vanderbilt...................................1-1 Southern (39-36) Chattanooga .............................0-1 Davidson.....................................0-3 Furman .......................................8-7 Georgia Southern..............16-15 Samford .....................................9-7 The Citadel ................................4-1 Western Carolina ..................1-0 Wofford ......................................1-2 Southland (22-23) Lamar ....................................... 11-4 New Orleans .......................... 7-17 Nicholls State...........................1-0 Oral Roberts .............................3-2

Mountain West (1-3) Colorado State ........................0-1 New Mexico ..............................0-1 UNLV ............................................0-1 Utah State.................................1-0

Southwestern Athletic (1-0) Grambling State .....................1-0

Northeast (6-1) Central Connecticut St. .......1-0 Fairleigh Dickinson .................3-0 LIU-Brooklyn ..............................1-1 Saint Francis (PA) ...................1-0

Sun Belt (85-110) Arkansas-Little Rock ..........3-14 Arkansas State .......................7-8 Georgia State......................14-13 Louisiana-Lafayette................9-9 Louisiana-Monroe ..................1-0 South Alabama ................. 26-32 Troy ............................................ 7-11 Western Kentucky ...........18-23

Ohio Valley (20-24) Austin Peay ...............................1-1 Belmont ...................................6-16 Jacksonville State ..................7-2 Morehead State .....................2-1 Murray State ...........................0-2 Tennessee Tech.......................4-2 Pac-12 (3-10) Arizona ........................................1-0 Arizona State ...........................1-1 California ....................................0-1 Colorado .....................................0-2 UCLA............................................0-2 Washington ..............................1-2 Washington State..................0-2 Patriot League (6-6) American ...................................0-5 Army ............................................1-0 Boston University ...................0-1 Lafayette ....................................1-0 Lehigh ..........................................2-0 Navy..............................................2-0

www.judolphins.com

Summit League (1-0) Nebraska-Omaha ...................1-0

West Coast (0-4) Loyola Marymount .................0-1 Pepperdine ................................0-2 Santa Clara ...............................0-1 Western Athletic (14-4) Cal State Bakersfield ............2-0 Texas Pan-American .......... 12-4


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 2013-14 Series Records EAST TENNESSEE ST. (6-12) Dec. 1, 1969 W 92-74 Jan. 10, 1972 W 97-75 Jan. 14, 2006 L 87-98 Feb. 3, 2006 L 73-88 Jan. 15, 2007 L 59-71 Feb. 8, 2007 W 74-66 Jan. 25, 2008 L 77-83 Jan. 3, 2009 L 82-84 Jan. 30, 2009 W (ot) 82-72 March 7, 2009 L 68-85 Dec. 21, 2009 L 70-93 Feb. 27, 2010 L 62-64 Jan. 15, 2011 L 62-74 Feb. 11, 2011 L 64-80 Jan. 14, 2012 L 58-72 Feb. 13, 2012 W 61-55 Jan. 24, 2013 W 83-80 Feb. 23, 2013 L 58-61

N H A H A H H A H N A H H A H A A H

FLORIDA (5-29) Dec. 28, 1960 Dec. 3, 1962 Dec. 1, 1965 Dec. 1, 1966 Dec. 1, 1967 Dec. 6, 1968 Dec. 26, 1973 Dec. 26, 1975 Dec. 29, 1976 Dec. 27, 1978 Dec. 27, 1979 Feb. 18, 1980 Dec. 26, 1980 Dec. 5, 1981 Dec. 10, 1982 Dec. 29, 1982 Dec. 10, 1983 Dec. 8, 1984 Nov. 21, 1987 Dec. 2, 1991 Dec. 8, 1992 Dec. 8, 1993 Dec. 21, 1994 Feb. 3, 1997 Jan. 19, 1998 Dec. 12, 1998 Nov. 19, 2004 Dec. 18, 2005 Nov. 16, 2006 Dec. 3, 2007 March 18, 2009 Dec. 4, 2009 Dec. 20, 2010 Nov. 25, 2011

H A A H A H H H H A H A A N N H H A A H A H H A H A H A A A A H A A

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

68-82 (2ot) 81-82 59-80 59-93 73-109 67-64 62-64 64-65 87-99 60-59 61-55 55-60 59-65 73-84 78-104 47-56 51-52 70-83 52-82 77-80 (ot) 75-82 67-68 68-67 82-102 69-75 72-79 59-81 58-101 61-90 72-88 62-84 67-85 (ot) 71-68 62-107

FLORIDA A&M (6-2) Dec. 9, 1980 L Feb. 5, 1985 W Dec. 22, 1989 W Jan. 30, 1992 W Feb. 7, 1994 W Nov. 20, 1997 W Dec. 2, 1997 L Dec. 29, 1998 W

49-56 68-52 78-63 81-65 80-59 76-54 77-86 71-70

FLORIDA ATLANTIC (12-8) Dec. 11, 1993 W 105-73 Feb. 10, 1995 W 81-59 Nov. 30, 1995 W 88-70 Jan. 16, 1999 L 80-88 Feb. 10, 1999 W 57-46 Jan. 22, 2000 W 82-63 Jan. 31, 2000 W 75-60 Jan. 18, 2001 L 62-71 Jan. 27, 2001 W 71-55 Jan. 2, 2002 W 73-58 Feb. 21, 2002 L 72-76 Feb. 28, 2002 L 50-59 Jan. 18, 2003 W 74-63 Feb. 15, 2003 W 89-54 Jan. 9, 2004 L 67-87 Feb. 14, 2004 W 70-69 Jan. 11, 2005 W 82-81 Feb. 10, 2005 L 73-100 Dec. 4, 2005 L (2ot) 104-107 Feb. 25, 2006 L 76-85

H H H H H H A H H A H A H H A A H A H N A H H A A H A H

FLORIDA COLLEGE (0-0) First Meeting FLORIDA GULF COAST (7-5) Jan. 5, 2008 W 74-55 Feb. 28, 2008 W 89-80 Jan. 25, 2009 W 75-65 Feb. 21, 2009 W 71-53 Jan. 10, 2010 W 82-58 Feb. 11, 2010 W 68-62 Dec. 4, 2010 W 71-56 Feb. 24, 2011 L 55-56 Jan. 9, 2012 L 66-77 Feb. 4, 2012 L 55-65 Jan. 5, 2013 L 55-78 Feb. 2, 2013 L 78-81

H A A H H A H A A H A H

FLORIDA STATE (19-46) Dec. 29, 1959 L Feb. 22, 1964 L Feb. 10, 1965 L Jan. 24, 1966 W Feb. 10, 1966 L Jan. 26, 1967 L Feb. 10, 1967 L Jan. 16, 1968 L

H A A H A A H A

69-86 77-101 74-97 90-86 49-78 70-81 67-68 79-92

www.judolphins.com

Feb. 16, 1968 Dec. 7, 1968 Jan. 4, 1969 Feb. 1, 1969 Jan. 27, 1970 Feb. 18, 1970 Dec. 8, 1970 Jan. 27, 1971 Feb. 15, 1971 Dec. 7, 1971 Jan. 26, 1972 Feb. 23, 1972 Jan. 20, 1973 Feb. 14, 1973 Jan. 24, 1974 Feb. 13, 1974 Feb. 6, 1975 Feb. 19, 1975 Jan. 10, 1976 Feb. 18, 1976 Jan. 26, 1977 Feb. 23, 1977 Jan. 3, 1979 Feb. 3, 1979 Dec. 2, 1979 Feb. 16, 1980 Dec. 6, 1980 Jan. 20, 1981 Dec. 4, 1981 Dec. 9, 1981 Jan. 27, 1982 Dec. 11, 1982 Jan. 4, 1983 Feb. 12, 1983 Dec. 8, 1983 Feb. 13, 1984 Dec. 5, 1984 Feb. 13, 1985 Jan. 4, 1986 Jan. 3, 1987 Jan. 6, 1988 Jan. 11, 1989 Jan. 8, 1990 Feb. 16, 1991 Nov. 26, 1991 Feb. 2, 1993 Dec. 2, 1995 Dec. 14, 1996 Dec. 6, 1997 Dec. 17, 1998 Nov. 27, 1999 Dec. 17, 2000 Dec. 21, 2004 Nov. 19, 2005 Nov. 15, 2008 Nov. 16, 2009 Nov. 11, 2011

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

65-106 88-93 76-68 89-93 83-89 85-81 114-108 83-65 90-79 83-90 84-82 61-70 70-66 74-83 74-78 113-89 55-63 76-71 57-77 65-74 77-70 70-64 71-68 81-84 77-76 55-64 57-59 50-59 (ot) 93-94 83-80 (ot) 80-79 66-81 60-61 74-83 63-76 56-47 60-61 72-88 69-62 90-78 63-87 70-85 (2ot) 99-104 79-99 91-100 77-92 80-87 84-108 44-74 53-72 59-83 61-75 57-101 48-78 57-59 61-87 67-79

H H H A A H H H A H A H H A A H A H H A H A H A A H A H N A H N H A A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A A A H H A A

41


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 2013-14 Series Records (cont.) GARDNER-WEBB (7-5) Jan. 25, 2003 W Jan. 19, 2004 L Feb. 5, 2004 W Jan. 22, 2005 L Jan. 31, 2005 W Mar. 4, 2005 L Jan. 19, 2006 L Jan. 28, 2006 L Jan. 2, 2007 W Jan. 25, 2007 W Feb. 2, 2008 W Mar. 7, 2008 W

42

87-75 62-74 83-78 53-81 69-58 76-77 57-62 73-77 73-64 64-59 75-62 89-80

H A H A H N H A H A H N

KENNESAW STATE (12-4) Jan. 16, 2006 L 64-88 Feb. 5, 2006 L 76-80 Jan. 13, 2007 L 76-83 Feb. 10, 2007 W 76-72 Jan. 10, 2008 W 73-56 Feb. 23, 2008 W 84-79 Jan. 11, 2009 W 82-61 Feb. 9, 2009 W 59-56 Jan. 4, 2010 W 91-52 Feb. 18, 2010 W 75-67 Jan. 22, 2011 W 87-59 Feb. 18, 2011 W 75-60 Jan. 21, 2012 W 66-50 Feb. 20, 2012 W 73-71 Jan. 10, 2013 W (3ot) 99-92 Feb. 9, 2013 L 68-75

A H A H A H H A H A A H A H H A

LIPSCOMB (12-10) Dec. 20, 1962 Jan. 5, 2004 Feb. 19, 2004 Jan. 15, 2005 Feb. 3, 2005 Mar. 3, 2005 Jan. 7, 2006 Feb. 11, 2006 Nov. 30, 2006 Feb. 26, 2007 Feb. 9, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Feb. 26, 2009 Mar. 6, 2009 Jan. 14, 2010 Feb. 7, 2010 Jan. 8, 2011 Feb. 5, 2011 Jan. 2, 2012 Jan. 30, 2012 Jan. 2, 2013 Feb. 28, 2013

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

97-70 82-65 71-66 58-49 63-73 68-64 67-75 78-101 61-73 74-67 70-83 83-67 82-92 88-72 79-73 61-79 60-56 78-68 71-77 68-82 85-71 73-77

H A H H A N H A A H A H A A H A A H H A H A

MERCER (31-20) Dec. 9, 1963 Jan. 17, 1964

W L

67-52 76-89

H A

Dec. 1, 1964 Jan. 9, 1965 Feb. 5, 1966 Feb. 26, 1966 Feb. 18, 1967 Feb. 26, 1967 Dec. 14, 1967 Feb. 23, 1968 Jan. 21, 1969 Feb. 20, 1969 Dec. 9, 1969 Jan. 23, 1971 Feb. 25, 1972 Dec. 12, 1981 Dec. 23, 1981 Jan. 25, 1999 Feb. 13, 1999 Jan. 25, 2000 Feb. 3, 2000 Mar. 1, 2000 Jan. 22, 2001 Feb. 3, 2001 Jan. 17, 2002 Jan. 26, 2002 Jan. 6, 2003 Feb. 27, 2003 Mar. 6, 2003 Jan. 24, 2004 Feb. 1, 2004 Dec. 4, 2004 Feb. 27, 2005 Jan. 2, 2006 Feb. 17, 2006 Jan. 18, 2007 Feb. 16, 2007 Jan. 12, 2008 Feb. 21, 2008 Mar. 5, 2008 Jan. 9, 2009 Feb. 7, 2009 Jan. 2, 2010 Feb. 20, 2010 Mar. 5, 2010 Jan. 20, 2011 Feb. 20, 2011 Jan. 23, 2012 Feb. 18, 2012 Jan. 12, 2013 Feb. 7, 2013

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

NORTH FLORIDA (15-4) Nov. 23, 2004 W Dec. 2, 2005 W Jan. 25, 2006 L Jan. 9, 2007 W Feb. 3, 2007 W Jan. 19, 2008 W Feb. 15, 2008 W Jan. 15, 2009 W

73-71 75-82 87-73 87-61 71-65 93-89 85-64 93-67 76-71 102-80 102-62 93-76 90-77 81-83 62-65 71-44 65-61 (2ot) 70-72 (ot) 68-65 48-55 72-69 68-55 75-62 74-58 68-71 63-73 57-73 (ot) 88-83 62-75 67-71 61-88 81-90 (ot) 90-93 87-77 (ot) 101-97 72-70 (ot) 96-87 65-57 80-59 71-72 74-75 76-64 63-66 (ot) 68-70 74-68 65-75 81-75 49-47 (ot) 64-67

A H A A H A H A A H H A H A H H A A H N H A H A H A N H A H A A H H A A H N H A H A A A H A H H A

78-73 88-71 78-90 64-60 75-61 67-56 (ot) 76-70 78-38

H H A A H A H A

www.judolphins.com

Feb. 12, 2009 Jan. 18, 2010 Jan. 29, 2010 Mar. 3, 2010 Jan. 26, 2011 Feb. 8, 2011 Mar. 3, 2011 Dec. 3, 2011 Feb. 24, 2012 Jan. 18, 2013 Feb. 15, 2013

W W W W W W L L L W W

72-50 62-55 73-61 76-69 (ot) 64-63 71-69 64-68 58-80 64-70 77-68 70-68

H H A N A H N A H A H

NORTHERN KENTUCKY (1-1) Dec. 31, 2012 W 53-51 Mar. 2, 2013 L 62-66

H A

SAMFORD (9-7) Nov. 29, 1974 Feb. 5, 1976 Dec. 13, 1976 Jan. 26, 1978 Feb. 11, 1978 Feb. 4, 1999 Dec. 4, 1999 Feb. 12, 2000 Jan. 3, 2001 Feb. 8, 2001 Mar. 1, 2001 Jan. 7, 2002 Feb. 7, 2002 Feb. 8, 2003 Nov. 24, 2010 Nov. 18, 2011

H A H A H H H A A H N H A A A H

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

102-72 (ot) 79-75 86-66 83-73 96-81 68-77 73-71 58-79 51-70 74-51 41-44 58-65 51-52 43-70 60-49 70-57

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (4-1) Dec. 4, 1998 W 66-63 Dec. 14, 2002 W 76-68 Nov. 25, 2006 W 87-74 Nov. 14, 2007 W 76-64 Nov. 28, 2012 L 72-74

N H H A A


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 2013-14 Series Records (cont.) STETSON (44-33) Feb. 7, 1958 Feb. 25, 1958 Jan. 10, 1959 Feb. 17, 1959 Dec. 1, 1959 Feb. 19, 1960 Dec. 3, 1960 Jan. 10, 1961 Jan. 22, 1962 Feb. 23, 1962 Mar. 3, 1962 Nov. 30, 1962 Feb. 26, 1963 Mar. 5, 1963 Dec. 2, 1963 Feb. 10, 1964 Mar. 2, 1964 Dec. 9, 1964 Feb. 23, 1965 Mar. 1, 1965 Dec. 9, 1965 Feb. 15, 1966 Dec. 10, 1966 Jan. 23, 1967 Dec. 12, 1967 Jan. 10, 1968 Jan. 13, 1969 Feb. 24, 1969 Jan. 24, 1972 Jan. 31, 1973 Feb. 18, 1974 Feb. 15, 1975 Jan. 21, 1976 Feb. 10, 1976 Feb. 7, 1977 Feb. 16, 1977 Jan. 20, 1978 Dec. 6, 1978 Dec. 4, 1979 Feb. 14, 1980 Feb. 3, 1981 Feb. 17, 1981 Feb. 15, 1982 Feb. 23, 1982 Nov. 27, 1993 Nov. 30, 1994 Dec. 4, 1995 Jan. 7, 1999 Feb. 20, 1999 Jan. 15, 2000 Feb. 24, 2000 Jan. 13, 2001 Feb. 24, 2001 Dec. 1, 2001 Jan. 22, 2002 Jan. 10, 2003 Feb. 22, 2003 Jan. 14, 2004

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

91-108 74-86 84-68 94-110 78-90 (ot) 70-66 99-91 61-86 90-85 67-88 57-61 65-69 69-63 59-63 65-68 93-77 86-82 65-55 70-67 73-72 86-76 79-65 88-97 70-80 65-67 77-66 85-74 96-86 107-82 78-74 71-62 47-48 66-59 57-51 54-60 68-86 63-52 71-83 75-63 60-56 51-64 (ot) 54-56 98-84 60-59 95-69 89-77 74-66 47-62 (ot) 62-61 69-71 79-83 68-78 82-64 67-57 58-68 75-71 73-59 64-66

H A H A A H H A A H N H A N A H N H A N A H H A A H H A H A A A A H H A H A H A A H A H H A H H A H A A H H A A H A

Jan. 27, 2004 Jan. 3, 2005 Jan. 26, 2005 Jan. 5, 2006 Feb. 19, 2006 Jan. 20, 2007 Feb. 18, 2007 Jan. 3, 2008 Mar. 1, 2008 Jan. 23, 2009 Feb. 23, 2009 Jan. 8, 2010 Feb. 13, 2010 Dec. 2, 2010 Feb. 26, 2011 Jan. 7, 2012 Feb. 6, 2012 Jan. 7, 2013 Jan. 31, 2013

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

TRINITY BAPTIST (1-0) Nov. 13, 2012 W UCF (12-11) Dec. 5, 1972 Jan. 14, 1985 Dec. 14, 1985 Jan. 18, 1988 Jan. 11, 1992 Feb. 8, 1992 Jan. 14, 1999 Feb. 18, 1999 Jan. 19, 2000 Jan. 29, 2000 Jan. 20, 2001 Jan. 29, 2001 Nov. 29, 2001 Feb. 23, 2002 Jan. 20, 2003 Feb. 13, 2003 Jan. 11, 2004 Feb, 12, 2004 Mar. 4, 2004 Jan. 9, 2005 Feb. 12, 2005 Nov. 27, 2006 Dec. 30, 2009

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

80-74 63-68 70-58 57-69 66-81 69-65 57-62 (3ot) 98-94 64-81 84-61 81-66 80-70 69-54 70-61 60-72 61-73 74-63 72-81 71-70

H H A A H H A H A A H A H H A A H A H

78-48

H

70-50 64-49 67-47 92-76 78-74 78-73 58-74 60-65 70-79 57-65 58-54 74-65 72-73 (ot) 82-80 48-72 80-75 51-63 69-78 63-71 57-75 (ot) 83-82 62-99 61-51

H H H H A H A H H A A H A H A H H A N A H A A

www.judolphins.com

USC UPSTATE (8-4) Jan. 27, 2008 Jan. 5, 2009 Feb. 1, 2009 Jan. 23, 2010 Jan. 31, 2010 Jan. 13, 2011 Feb. 13, 2011 Jan. 16, 2012 Feb. 11, 2012 Jan. 26, 2013 Feb. 21, 2013 Mar. 7, 2013

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

WAKE FOREST (0-5) Dec. 30, 1970 L Nov. 24, 1978 L Feb. 9, 1980 L Nov. 29, 1980 L Dec. 28, 1983 L

68-51 79-69 59-70 65-52 79-63 (ot) 57-47 79-69 (ot) 77-74 66-70 64-79 68-64 62-76

A A H H A H A H A A H N

77-78 68-70 56-69 44-57 54-57

N H A A H

43


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1971 Artis Gilmore

NCAA FINAL FOUR ALL-TOURNAMENT 1970 Artis Gilmore NCAA MIDEAST REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT 1970 Artis Gilmore (MVP) Rex Morgan NAIA ALL-TOURNAMENT 1962 Ralph Tiner NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 1971 Vaughn Wedeking 1983 Maurice Roulhac 1986 Tom Terrell AP ALL-AMERICA 1984 Ronnie Murphy (HM) Otis Smith (HM) 1986 Otis Smith (HM)

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1971 Vaughn Wedeking 1983 Maurice Roulhac THE SPORTING NEWS ALL-AMERICA 1984 Ronnie Murphy (HM) Otis Smith (HM) 1986 Otis Smith (HM) 1987 Ronnie Murphy (HM)

UPI ALL-AMERICA 1962 Roger Strickland (HM)

AP LITTLE ALL-AMERICA 1962 Roger Strickland 1963 Roger Strickland

HELMS FOUNDATION ALL-AMERICA 1969 Rex Morgan 1970 Artis Gilmore 1971 Artis Gilmore 1972 Ernie Fleming

UPI LITTLE ALL-AMERICA 1959 Eddie Cone (HM) 1962 Roger Strickland 1963 Roger Strickland 1964 Ralph Tiner (HM)

BASKETBALL NEWS ALL-AMERICA 1963 Roger Strickland

CONVERSE ALL-AMERICA 1962 Roger Strickland 1963 Roger Strickland (2nd Team) 1970 Artis Gilmore 1971 Artis Gilmore 1980 James Ray

BASKETBALL TIMES ALL-AMERICA 1983 Otis Smith (HM) 1984 Ronnie Murphy (HM) Otis Smith (HM) 1985 Otis Smith (HM) 1986 Ronnie Murphy (HM) Otis Smith (HM) 1987 Ronnie Murphy (HM) Danny Pearson (HM) 1989 Dee Brown (HM) 1990 Dee Brown (HM) 1991 Tim Burroughs (HM) 1994 Barry Brown (HM)

44

BASKETBALL WEEKLY ALL-AMERICA 1983 Otis Smith (HM) 1984 Ronnie Murphy (HM) 1985 Otis Smith (HM) 1986 Ronnie Murphy (HM) Otis Smith (HM) 1987 Ronnie Murphy (HM) Danny Pearson (HM) 1989 Dee Brown (HM) 1990 Dee Brown (HM) 1991 Tim Burroughs (HM) Danny Tirado (HM) 1994 Barry Brown (HM)

NABC ALL-AMERICA 1970 Artis Gilmore 1971 Artis Gilmore NABC ALL-DISTRICT 3 1995 Artemus McClary (2nd Team) NABC SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM 1996 Artis Gilmore

www.judolphins.com

NABC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 1996 Glen Brown BASKETBALL TIMES ALL-SOUTH 1995 Jerome Malloy (HM) 1996 Artemus McClary (HM) BLUE RIBBON ALL-AMERICA 1986 Otis Smith (HM) 1987 Ronnie Murphy (HM) 1990 Dee Brown (HM) 1991 Reggie Law (HM) NJCAA ALL-AMERICA 1955 Chuck Brendler (HM) 1956 Chuck Brendler NJCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT 1956 Chuck Brendler NAIA ALL-AMERICA 1962 Roger Strickland 1963 Roger Strickland 1964 Ralph Tiner (HM) 1965 Ralph Tiner (2nd Team) CIVITAN CLASSIC MVP 1969 Rex Morgan 1970 Artis Gilmore EVANSVILLE CLASSIC MVP 1969 Artis Gilmore GATOR BOWL TOURNAMENT MVP 1972 Leon Benbow 1978 James Ray 1983 Otis Smith ATLANTIC SUN ALL-CONFERENCE 1999 Calvin Slaughter (2nd) 2000 Calvin Slaughter (2nd) 2001 Shawn Platts (2nd) 2002 Kevin Sheppard (2nd) 2003 Kevin Sheppard (2nd) 2004 Haminn Quaintance (2nd) 2005 Haminn Quaintance (1st) 2007 Jesse Kimbrough (1st) 2008 Ben Smith (1st) 2009 Ben Smith (1st) 2010 Ben Smith (1st)


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

2011

Lehmon Colbert (2nd) Ayron Hardy (1st)

ATLANTIC SUN ALL-FRESHMAN 2004 Haminn Quaintance Jarred Stockton 2006 Marcus Allen 2007 Lehmon Colbert Ben Smith 2008 Ayron Hardy 2011 Keith McDougald 2013 Kordario Fleming Jarvis Haywood ATLANTIC SUN ALL-NEWCOMER 1999 Calvin Slaughter ATLANTIC SUN ALL-TOURNAMENT 2008 Marcus Allen Ben Smith 2009 Lehmon Colbert Ben Smith ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2004 Haminn Quaintance ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 2009 Cliff Warren ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 Ayron Hardy 2011 Ayron Hardy ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE PRESEASON PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2010 Ben Smith FLORIDA INTERCOLLEGIATE ALL-CONFERENCE 1957 Jim Kirkland 1958 Jim Kirkland 1959 Jim Kirkland 1960 Jim Kirkland Eddie Cone 1961 Eddie Cone 1962 Roger Strickland Ralph Tiner (HM) 1963 Roger Strickland

1964 1965

Ralph Tiner Ralph Tiner Ralph Tiner

FLORIDA INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE MVP 1962 Roger Strickland ALL-STATE SELECTIONS 1957 Jim Kirkland 1958 Jim Kirkland 1959 Jim Kirkland 1960 Jim Kirkland Eddie Cone 1962 Roger Strickland SUN BELT CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1980 James Ray SUN BELT CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 1980 Tates Locke 1994 Matt Kilcullen SUN BELT CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1980 Maurice Roulhac 1983 Otis Smith 1984 Ronnie Murphy 1988 Sean Byrd 1996 Aaron Fox SUN BELT ALL-CONFERENCE 1977 Kent Glover Felton Young (2nd Team) 1978 James Ray 1979 James Ray 1980 James Ray Mike Hackett (2nd Team) 1982 Mike Hackett Maurice Roulhac (2nd Team) 1983 Otis Smith (2nd Team) 1984 Ronnie Murphy Otis Smith (2nd Team) 1985 Otis Smith (2nd Team) Ronnie Murphy (HM) 1986 Otis Smith Ronnie Murphy (2nd Team) 1987 Ronnie Murphy Danny Pearson www.judolphins.com

1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Dee Brown (2nd Team) Dee Brown Tim Burroughs Barry Brown Barry Brown Artemus McClary Artemus McClary Kip Stone Artemus McClary

SUN BELT CONFERENCE TOP PLAYER IN CLASS 1979 James Ray (Jr.) 1980 Maurice Roulhac (Fr.) 1981 Maurice Roulhac (So.) 1982 Maurice Roulhac (Jr.) 1983 Otis Smith (Fr.) 1984 Ronnie Murphy (Fr.) Otis Smith (So.) 1988 Sean Byrd (Fr.) 1989 Dee Brown (Jr.) SUN BELT CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1977 Kent Glover 1979 Paul DeVito James Ray 1980 James Ray 1981 Mike Hackett 1983 Maurice Roulhac 1986 Ronnie Murphy Otis Smith 1987 Ronnie Murphy 1990 Dee Brown 1994 Barry Brown 1997 John Knox SUN BELT CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP 1979 James Ray 1986 Otis Smith

45


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE All-Time Roster Tyler Alderman Ken Aldrich Marcus Allen Tom Allison Will Alston Bob Alvarez Jameel Anderson Ron Anthony Marvin Augustin

A

B

Jamar Bailey Rusty Baldwin Jim Barker Marcellous Bell Leon Benbow Dave Berg Carlos Bermudez Mike Vezner Dave Blaisdell Mike Blevins Jeremy Bogus Tyrone Boykin Pete Boyle A.J. Braswell Larry Breeland David Brent Bob Brewer Aric Brooks Alfred Brown Barry Brown Dee Brown Glen Brown Mario Brown Tabari Brown Terry Brush Tom Bumbico Nate Burrell Tim Burroughs Pembrook Burroughs Sean Byrd Aloys Cabell Chris Capers Phil Carter Jim Cavanaugh Edwin Cayenne Farnell Charles Jamal Childs Corey Claitt Jimmie Clark Travis Cohn Lehmon Colbert Connor Coleman Ricky Coleman Eddie Cone Aubrey Conerly Stan Conley Amos Conyers Antonio Cool Dan Copeland Desmond Copeland Jim Correll Harvin Council

46

C

20131988-89 2006-09 1962-65 2009-10 1974-76 1999 1978 1999-2000 1998-2000 1970-72 1958-59 20131972-74 1959-62 1974-75 1977-78 1967 1970-71 20121987-1990 1979 1963 1961-62 1972 1963-64 2008-09 1984 1993-94 1987-90 1995-98 2005-06 2001-03 1981-82 1964-67 1991-94 1991-92 1970-71 1988-89 2010-12 1990 1971-72 1988 1996-97 1995-97 2000 2007 1973-75 2008-11 2007-10 2013 1973-75 1959-61 2004-06 1979 1999 2005-06 1963-66 2003 1958 1981-84

Bob Crittendon Flenoil Crook Darren Cross Jason Cudd Tyrone Curnell

1959-62 1978 1982-84 1986 2007

D

Jason Dangerfield James Daniels Chris Davis Jeremy Davis Linwood Davis Rich Davis Javon Dawson Mike Denney Paul DeVito Woury Diallo Michael DiBendetto Tom Dice Riley Didion Dick Dietrich Glenn Dockery Dolan Douglas Mike Drasites Chip Dublin Derek Duggins Chris Edwards Tom Erney Dick Fannon Kevin Fannon Pete Fannon David Fine Willie Fisher John Flaiz Ernie Fleming Kordario Fleming Aaron Fox Harold Fox Toby Frazier Dylan Fritsch Bob Freer James Fuller Tevin Galvin Gary Gann A.J. Garden Steve Gay Jake Giesler Adam Gibeault Brian Gilbert Ernie Gilbert Steve Gilbert Artis Gilmore Jevon Glenn Kent Glover Delwan Graham Evin Graham Garry Grier Ray Grodzicki Marty Gross Scott Gruendle

E F

G

1998-99 2000-03 2010-12 1999-2000 1980-83 1974 20131973 1979 2004 2006-08 1963 2003-04 1959-60 1972 1980-83 1969 1969-71 2007 2009-10 1966-69 1958 1963-66 1958-59 2006-07 1992-95 1977-78 1971-72 20131995-97 1971-72 2001-02 2013 1959 1992 2008-12 1968 2009-11 1962 2011-12 1996-97 2008-09 1966-67 1988-90 1970-71 1997 1976-77 2010-12 2011-13 1981 1958 1974-77 1994

www.judolphins.com

Ivin Gunder Singh Guram Dave Gustin

Mike Hackett Tabarris Hamilton Ayron Hardy Alonzo Harris Greg Harris John Harrison Dan Hawkins Jarvis Haywood Ricky Head Jerry Hickman Andrew Hinton Bryan Hipsher Gary Holmes Jeff Howard Kris Hunter Lindsay Huth Willie Ivery Tyree Jackson Shamile Jeffers Evan Jefferson Charles Jemison Calvin Johnson Ed Johnson Jamie Johnson Terrell Johnson Johnny Jones Chris Juall Ali Kaba Matt Kampfe Mike Kellam Jesse Kimbrough Jim King Jim Kirkland Rod Kittles John Knox Paul Kohlheim Albert Kramer Josh Krieger Curtis Kruer Wayne Kruer Pat Laguerre DeMarques Lakes Ron LaPann Reggie Law Darrell Leake Danny Lee David Lee Shawn Leftwich Eric Lewis Ryan Lewis Richie Kiebowitz Frankie Lemmons Jeremy Livingston

1999-2000 1979-82 1962

H

I J

K

L

1979-82 1990-91 2008-11 1990-92 1977-80 1965-66 1968-70 20131975-76 1961-62 1982-85 2006 1958-60 2001-03 2001 1973 1989-92 1998-99 2010-12 2006-09 1995 1976 1964-66 1997 1993-96 2000-02 1987, 1989 2001-02 2004-06 1966-69 2005-07 1958 1958-61 1985-86 1996-97 2008 1967 1993-97 1970-72 1965-68 1986-89 1996 1961 1988-91 1958-61 1964-67 2002-05 1973-74 1983-86 2002-03 1964 1978-79 1992-95


Marvin Lloyd Jure Lozancic Joe Luckett Szymon Lukasiak

MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIAAll-Time INFORMATION GUIDE Roster

John Machiaverna Jerome Malloy Tom Mango Jimmy Martin Marcell Martin Gene Martineau Nolan McBride Artemus Mcclary Keith McDougald Jerome McDuffie Willie McDuffie Rod McIntyre Jim McKenzie Kelly McKinnon Andre McMillan Dan McLaughlin Reggie McNair Jerry McNeil Paul Molinaro Jim Moraski Rex Morgan Troy Mundine Ronnie Murphy Ken Nadaskay Greg Nelson Joseph Newman Tony Noblet Bob Nylin Kevin O'Riordan Phillip Okonma Keion Palmer Phil Parisi John Patrone Henry Patterson Danny Pearson Darryl Pearson Terry Pike Shawn Platts John Pittman Boris Primorac Corey Pouncy Al Powell Glenn Powell Russell Powell Dick Pruet Tom Purvis

1975-76 2004 1961-62 2008-10

M

N

O P

Q

Haminn Quaintance James Ray John Richards Eric Richardson

R

1972 1994-96 1974 1978-81 1994-96 1964-67 2003-04 1993-96 20101990-92 1985-87 1968-70 1964 1991-92 2008 1982-83 1997 1987 1973 1960-63 1969-70 1987-88 1984-87 1984-86 1969-71 2006-07 1959-61 1972-73 1972 2006-07 2011 1977-1981 1965 1976 1985-87 1984 1983 1999-2001 1958-59 1997-98 1992 1990-91 2010-13 2010-13 1964-67 1968 2004-05 1977-80 1976-77 2011-12

Travis Ritz Antwan Robertson Travis Robinson Gary Rose Micah Ross Maurice Roulhac Chris Rozier Wesley Russell

Admir Sahbegovic Ralph Sanders George Scholz Jerry Schomberger James Scott Marcel Scott Ron Seiden Ken Selke Kent Shafer Kevin Sheppard Keith Showers Adrian Simmons Eddie Simmons Calvin Slaughter Chris Slocum Ben Smith Dwayne Smith Emmett Smith Jim Smith John Smith John Smith Kent Smith Otis Smith John Sodec Josh Sparks Matt Spinella Larry Spires Chris Spurling Al Stephenson Abe Steward Kent Stewart Nate Stewart Jarred Stockton Arnold Stone Kip Stone Bobby Stovall Dave Stowers Roger Strickland Manny Suarez Tommy Sweat Wally Tanner Karl Tatham Barlow Taylor Butch Taylor Curtis Taylor Larry Teague Tom Terrell Dave Thaxton Clark Thomas Ralph Tiner Danny Tirado Alan Treece Steve Tutson Donnie Tyler

1996 2000-03 2002 1963 1995-98 1980-83 2010-11 1992-94

S

T

2012-13 1963-65 1972-74 1959-62 1985 1993 1968 1968-70 1991-94 2000-03 1985 1989 2000-01 1999-2000 1987-89 2007-10 1978-79 1987-88 1974 1961 1988 1968-69 1983-86 1961-62 2010 1963 1959-62 2013 1962-63 1972-73 1966-68 1998-99 2004 1975 1994-95 1980-83 1973 1961-63 1975-77 1962-64

Ljubisa Vrcelj Dave Wagner Jim Waldon Butch Walton Calvin Warner Dorsett Watson Jim Watson Tony Watson Evan Weber Vaughn Wedeking Chip White Brandon Williams Cleveland Williams Cricket Williams Henry Williams Johnnie Williams Randy Williams Ricky Williams Tim Wisnewski Larry Woodrow John Worsowicz Del Wright Felton Young

V

W

Y

2004-07 1961 1974 1959 2002-03 1997 1958-59 1984-85 1989 1969-71 2000-03 2000-01 1985-87 1976-79 1973-74 1977 1975-77 1977 1974-75 1963-64 1985-86 1994 1976-78

1961-62 1978 1979-82 1973-74 1988-90 1964-66 1983-86 1958 1958 1962-65 1990-91 1967-68 1979-82 1975-78

www.judolphins.com

47


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE ROLLIE ROURKE

7 SEASONS | 1953-60 107-74 (.695) D2 D3 D7 D13 D14 D18 J10 J14 J17 F1 F4 F7 F15 F21 F25 F28

1957-58 (11-5)

at Miami at Florida Southern Pikeville College at Valdosta State at Troy State at Georgia Southern Tampa Valdosta State Miami Rollins at Rollins Stetson Troy State Florida Southern at Stetson at Tampa

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

87-89 70-68 104-94 104-77 98-78 76-70 70-76 120-73 86-72 73-64 72-68 91-108 80-75 82-60 74-86 73-79

1958-59 (11-8)

D4 Georgia Southern D9 SE Oklahoma D13 at Belmont Abbey D17 #Rider D18 #West Chester St. J2 Toronto J6 Tampa J10 Stetson J12 Florida Southern J13 Tampa J16 Miami J27 at Valdosta State J31 Rollins F3 at Rollins F7 at Georgia Southern F10 Valdosta State F14 at Miami F17 at Stetson F21 at Florida Southern #Quantico Marine Tourney (Quantico, Va.)

W 65-60 W 49-48 L 68-77 W 77-72 W 73-70 W 57-50 W 71-59 W 84-68 L 79-88 L 78-83 (ot) L 62-64 W 98-55 W 61-60 L 79-96 L 92-98 (4ot) W 89-69 L 93-95 L 94-110 W 76-69

1959-60 (11-10)

D1 at Stetson L 78-90 D3 at Miami L 98-106 D8 Rollins W 80-57 D11 Belmont Abbey L 60-63 D15 #Belmont Abbey W 67-56 D16 #Lewis College W 79-66 D29 ^Florida State L 69-86 D30 ^LSU W 72-63 J5 Transylvania W 79-74 J9 Florida Southern W 95-86 J13 Miami L 70-78 J19 Valdosta State W 77-52 J21 at Georgia Southern L 64-103 J23 at Rollins W 31-30 F2 at Valdosta State W 78-63 F5 Tampa W 80-64 F12 at Tampa L 77-90 F13 at Florida Southern L 73-75 F16 Georgia Southern L 92-97 F19 Stetson W 70-66 (ot) F24 Kentucky Wesleyan L 79-99 #Quantico Marine Tourney (Quantico, Va.) ^Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.)

DICK KENDALL

4 SEASONS | 1960-64 51-49 (.510) D3 D7 D10 D13 D14

48

1960-61 (12-11)

Stetson at Rollins Western Carolina #St. Michael's #Belmont Abbey

W W W W L

99-91 93-81 103-77 100-62 71-73

D15 #American L 62-68 D21 Georgia Southern W 86-74 D28 ^Florida-C L 68-82 J3 Transylvania W 90-83 J10 at Stetson L 61-86 J13 Miami L 84-93 (ot) J21 Tampa L 64-67 J27 St. Peter's W 97-85 J28 at Georgia Southern W 87-75 F1 at Belmont Abbey L 70-71 F4 So. Mississippi L 62-72 F8 Newberry W 106-95 F11 Rollins W 97-64 F15 at Florida Southern L 99-104 F16 at Tampa L 81-101 F20 at Miami L 80-96 F22 Morehead State W 96-87 F25 Florida Southern W 110-81 #Quantico Marine Tourney (Quantico, Va.) ^Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) C-Jacksonville Coliseum

1961-62 (12-13) NAIA Tournament

D3 at Miami L 80-93 D4 at Tampa L 104-112 (ot) D8 Rollins W 92-55 D13 at Murray State L 65-75 D14 at Middle Tenn. St. W 78-76 D15 at Tennessee Tech L 68-85 D22 St. Peter's L 84-95 J6 at Oglethorpe L 56-69 J8 Nicholls State W 84-75 J10 Miami-C L 89-90 J17 at Georgia Southern L 80-93 J22 at Stetson W 90-85 J26 Tampa W 133-102 J30 Cumberland W 90-74 F1 at So. Mississippi L 77-92 F2 at William Carey L 84-86 (ot) F9 Oglethorpe L 59-61 F12 Florida Southern W 85-70 F16 at Rollins W 98-72 F17 at Florida Southern W 95-88 F19 ! Belmont Abbey W 2-0 F23 Stetson L 67-88 F24 Georgia Southern W 118-112 M2 $ at Oglethorpe W 98-92 M3 $ at Stetson L 57-61 $ NAIA District 25 Tournament C-Jacksonville Coliseum ! - Forfeit

1962-63 (14-12) NAIA Tournament

N30 Stetson L 65-69 D3 at Florida L 81-82 (2ot) D5 at Rollins W 97-71 D15 at Xavier L 94-103 D18 Tennessee Tech W 74-67 D20 David Lipscomb W 97-70 D31 New Hampshire W 118-77 J5 Transylvania W 78-70 J9 Miami-C L 91-103 J12 at Davidson L 78-112 J16 at Florida Southern L 77-84 J17 at Tampa L 64-72 J21 Georgia Southern W 99-70 J24 St. Peter's W 105-81 J31 at Morehead State L 80-106 F2 at Ky. Wesleyan W 102-94 F4 DePauw W 90-61 F7 at Miami L 105-112 F8 Rollins W 94-54 F9 Centenary L 79-102 F12 Florida Southern W83-79 (2ot) F16 Tampa W 79-75 F25 at Georgia Southern L 71-73 F26 at Stetson W 69-63 M4 $ Valdosta State W 68-62 M5 $ Stetson L 59-63 $ NAIA District 25 Tournament C-Jacksonville Coliseum

1963-64 (13-13) NAIA Tournament

D2 at Stetson L 65-68 D9 Mercer W 67-52 D11 Rollins W 128-77 D14 at Davidson L 93-121 D18 at Ky. Wesleyan L 79-102 D20 at Indiana State L 63-68 D30 Taylor W 104-81 J2 Carson-Newman W 73-66 J3 Macalester W 90-56 J8 Miami-C L 92-97 J13 Tampa W 95-70 J17 at Mercer L 76-89 J18 ! at Oglethorpe L 0-2 J22 at Georgia Southern L 95-123 J25 Florida Southern W 88-87 (ot) J31 Spring Hill W 86-78 F4 at Miami L 92-117 F7 Oglethorpe W 82-79 (ot) F10 Stetson W 93-77 F14 at Tampa W 89-88 F15 at Florida Southern L 81-86 F19 Rollins W 118-69 F22 at Florida State L 77-101 F26 Georgia Southern L 80-93 M2 $ at Stetson W 86-82 M3 $ at Ga. Southern L 75-89 $ NAIA District 25 Tournament C-Jacksonville Coliseum ! - Forfeit

JOE WILLIAMS

6 SEASONS | 1964-70 92-61 (.601) 1964-65 (15-11) NAIA Tournament

D1 at Mercer W 73-71 D9 Stetson W 65-55 D12 Davidson-C L 70-91 D14 at So. Mississippi L 68-88 D16 at Spring Hill W 72-71 D19 Georgetown (Ky.) W 75-68 J1 at Tennessee Tech W 72-61 J2 at Carson-Newman L 65-75 J7 Miami-C L 82-86 J9 Mercer L 75-82 J12 Tampa W 107-87 J15 Wilmington (OH) W 93-72 J16 at Miami L 99-127 J22 at Tampa L 82-90 J23 at Florida Southern W 84-73 J26 So. Mississippi W 93-88 J28 Georgia Southern L 82-87 F5 at Rollins W 87-55 F10 at Florida State L 74-97 F13 Florida Southern W 107-81 F17 at Georgia Southern L 82-87 F19 Rollins W 91-70 F23 at Stetson W 70-67 M1 $ at Stetson W 73-72 M2 $ at Ga. Southern W 57-51 M9 # Central St. (Ohio) L 57-78 $ NAIA District 25 Tournament # NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) C-Jacksonville Coliseum

D1 D4 D6 D9 D11 D13 D20 D22 D29 D31 J8 J15 J24 F2

1965-66 (12-11)

at Florida at The Citadel Valdosta State at Stetson at Auburn at Alabama William & Mary MacMurray at Georgia Augusta Miami-C at Tampa Florida State-C at Valdosta State

www.judolphins.com

L 59-80 L 84-93 W 84-82 (ot) W 86-76 L 69-77 L 76-91 W 82-76 W 112-89 L 71-91 W 86-83 W 71-69 L 81-88 W 90-86 L 73-90

F5 Mercer F7 Creighton-C F10 at Florida State F12 at Miami F15 Stetson F18 Tampa F19 at Memphis State F21 at Augusta F26 at Mercer C-Jacksonville Coliseum

W L L L W W L W W

87-73 77-87 49-78 104-117 79-65 82-73 65-84 92-79 87-61

1966-67 (8-17)

D1 Florida-C D3 Augusta D7 Wilmington (Ohio) D10 Stetson D16 Georgia-C D20 Brown-C D22 at William & Mary D23 at Saint Joseph's J2 at Hofstra J6 at The Citadel J12 Miami-C J14 Oklahoma City-C J18 at Miami J21 at Valdosta State J23 at Stetson J26 at Florida State J31 The Citadel-C F6 Memphis State-C F8 Georgia Tech-C F10 Florida State-C F18 Mercer F20 at Oklahoma City F23 at Memphis State F25 Valdosta State F26 at Mercer C-Jacksonville Coliseum

L 59-93 W 92-73 W 70-65 L 88-97 L 70-85 L 69-87 L 68-72 L 63-81 L 65-67 (ot) W 87-80 L 70-75 L 92-97 L 86-106 W 73-71 L 70-80 L 70-81 W 87-85 (ot) L 58-63 L 71-81 L 67-68 W 71-65 L 86-89 L 39-62 W 98-72 W 93-89

1967-68 (13-13)

D1 at Florida D4 Wilmington (Ohio) D9 at Georgia D12 at Stetson D14 Mercer D16 Newberry D18 Richmond-C D23 Dartmouth D29 at Richmond J2 at William & Mary J4 Morris Harvey J8 Georgia Tech-C J10 Stetson J13 Miami-C J16 at Florida State J18 at Miami J22 North Carolina St.-C J25 The Citadel J27 Hofstra F6 Augusta F10 at The Citadel F12 at Georgia Tech F16 Florida State-C F23 at Mercer F26 Creighton-C F29 at Loyola (La.) C-Jacksonville Coliseum

N30 D6 D7 D14 D19 D21 J2 J4 J6 J11 J13 J18 J21 J25

L 73-109 L 73-75 L 50-84 L 65-67 W 85-64 W 75-70 L 66-73 W 69-59 L 77-82 (ot) W 71-69 W 79-75 W 63-53 W 77-55 L 67-72 L 79-92 L 75-76 L 52-69 W 63-59 W 77-62 W 75-60 W 101-90 L 77-97 L 65-106 W 93-67 W 93-67 L 95-97

1968-69 (17-7)

Biscayne # Florida-C # Florida State-C at Richmond Saint Peter's at Iona New Hampshire Florida State-C at Georgia Tech Miami Stetson at North Carolina St. at Mercer Fairleigh Dickinson

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

93-71 67-64 88-93 93-82 80-92 63-84 111-66 76-68 71-62 87-94 85-74 72-76 76-71 94-68


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

J27 Hawaii W 89-65 J28 Hawaii-C W 72-61 F1 at Florida State L 89-93 F5 William & Mary-C W 88-74 F8 Georgia Tech-C W 73-67 F17 Loyola (La.)-C W 96-69 F20 Mercer W 102-80 F24 at Stetson W 96-86 F25 at Miami L 86-95 F27 at Virgin Islands W 87-80 # Sunshine Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) C-Jacksonville Coliseum

1969-70 (27-2)

NCAA Final Four NCAA Runner-Up Final Ranking: 4th (AP), 5th (UPI)

D1 # East Tennessee St.-C W 92-74 D2 # Morehead St.-C W 117-63 D9 Mercer W 102-62 D13 Biscayne W 130-65 D18 ! Georgetown W 41-26 D22 Harvard-C W 103-64 D26 % Arizona W 104-72 D27 % Evansville W 100-70 J2 at Hawaii W 100-78 J5 at Hawaii W 63-58 J9 Richmond-C W 113-77 J10 Miami-C W 121-87 J16 Virgin Islands-C W 114-66 J27 at Florida State L 83-89 J30 Saint Peter's-C W 124-101 F2 Iona-C W 110-75 F5 at East Carolina W 111-94 F6 at Richmond W 88-49 F13 at Oklahoma City W 103-83 F14 at Loyola (La.) W 96-75 F18 Florida State-C W 85-81 F24 Oklahoma City-C W 77-75 F26 at Georgia Tech W 86-81 M2 at Miami W 108-97 M7 & Western Kentucky W 109-96 M12 ^ Iowa W 104-103 M14 ^ Kentucky W 106-100 M19 • Saint Bonaventure W 91-83 M21 • UCLA L 69-80 # Sunshine Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) % Evansville Invite (Evansville, Ind.) & NCAA Tournament (Dayton, Ohio) ^ NCAA Regionals (Columbus, Ohio) • NCAA Final Four (College Park, Md.) C-Jacksonville Coliseum ! - Forfeit

TOM WASDIN

3 SEASONS | 1970-73 63-18 (.778) 1970-71 (22-4)

NCAA First Round Final Ranking: 11th (AP), 11th (UPI)

D1 D3 D7 D8 D12 D23 D29 D30 J9 J11 J13 J20 J23 J25 J27 F4 F6 F8 F11 F13 F15 F20

Biscayne Saint Peter's # George Washington # Florida State at Richmond at Western Kentucky ^ Creighton ^ Wake Forest Miami Oklahoma City Manhattan Furman at Mercer South Alabama Florida State at South Alabama at Oklahoma City Loyola (La.) at William & Mary at Bradley at Florida State Valdosta State

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

132-88 152-106 110-85 114-108 94-69 84-97 94-85 77-78 124-82 95-67 67-40 94-60 93-76 91-76 83-65 102-83 103-77 111-93 100-69 89-79 90-79 124-90

F22 East Carolina W 127-69 F27 at Houston L 82-83 M2 at Miami W 94-75 M13 & Western Kentucky L 72-74 # Civitan Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) ^ Gold Coast Classic (Palm Beach, Fla.) & NCAA Tournament (South Bend, Ind.)

1971-72 (20-8) NIT Semifinals

D1 Biscayne W 110-75 D4 at East Carolina W 77-68 D6 # Tennessee Tech W 86-72 D7 # Florida State L 83-90 D11 Georgia Southern W 106-88 D18 William & Mary W 83-72 D27 ^ Santa Clara L 88-109 D28 ^ Texas Tech W 81-66 D29 ^ North Texas W 95-82 J10 East Tennessee St. W 97-75 J17 South Alabama W 120-65 J24 Stetson W 107-82 J26 at Florida State W 84-82 J29 Saint Peter's W 132-100 J31 Furman W 91-90 F3 at Furman W 102-87 F6 at Creighton L 66-71 F12 at Cincinnati L 84-88 F16 at Marquette L 79-88 F21 at South Alabama W 82-59 F23 Florida State L 61-70 F25 Mercer W 90-77 F28 Houston W 110-108 (ot) M6 Providence L 76-90 M17 & Fordham W 94-75 M20 & Lafayette W 87-76 M23 & Maryland L 77-91 M25 & St. John's W 83-80 # Civitan Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) ^ All-College Tourney (Oklahoma City, Okla.) & NIT (New York, N.Y.)

1972-73 (21-6) NCAA First Round

N27 at William & Mary W 103-94 D5 Florida Tech W 70-50 D8 ^ Southern Illinois W 89-77 D9 ^ Duquesne L 73-82 D16 at Saint Peter's W 96-89 (ot) D19 * Oral Roberts W 92-89 D20 * Long Beach State L 70-97 D23 Furman W 86-66 D26 # Miami (Ohio) W 66-59 D27 # Rutgers W 84-71 J2 at Georgia Southern W 87-72 J6 Southwestern La. W 120-78 J10 at Furman W 73-71 J15 Texas Pan-American W 94-64 J20 Florida State W 70-66 J22 East Carolina W 100-61 J27 at Providence L 84-87 J31 at Stetson W 78-74 F3 at Rhode Island W 96-83 F5 Creighton W 78-62 F8 at South Alabama W 77-63 F14 at Florida State L 74-83 F16 Illinois State W 95-86 F21 South Alabama W 101-56 F24 at Houston L 75-76 F28 Georgia Southern W 88-75 M10 & Austin Peay L 75-77 ^ Steel Bowl Tourney (Pittsburgh, Pa.) * Nassau Classic (Nassau, N.Y.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) & NCAA Tournament (Dayton, Ohio)

BOB GOTTLIEB

2 SEASONS | 1973-75 35-21 (.625)

1973-74 (20-10) NIT Semifinals

N30 ^ St. John's L 64-69 D1 ^ Auburn W 90-78 D3 Oklahoma W 66-64 D8 Georgia Southern W 82-69 D15 Oral Roberts W 91-86 D21 $ Columbia W 58-50 D22 $ St. John's L 60-68 D26 # Florida L 62-64 D27 # Western Kentucky W 85-77 J5 Austin Peay W 93-70 J9 South Alabama W 101-83 J12 Saint Peter's W 84-72 J16 Furman W 77-68 J19 at Richmond W 84-74 J24 at Florida State L 74-78 J26 at Illinois W 89-86 J29 Providence L 90-106 F2 at George Washington L 69-77 F7 at Texas-Pan American W 84-71 F9 at South Alabama L 76-83 F13 Florida State W 113-89 F15 NE Louisiana W 100-84 F18 at Stetson W 71-62 F23 at Furman L 61-71 F25 Cincinnati W 81-66 M4 Houston W 83-80 M16 & Massachusetts W 73-69 M19 & Md.-Eastern Shore W 85-83 M23 & Purdue L 63-78 M24 & Boston College L 77-87 ^ Clemson Tip-Off Tourney (Clemson, S.C.) $ Connecticut Classic (New Haven, Conn.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) & NIT (New York, N.Y.)

1974-75 (15-11)

N29 Samford W 102-72 D6 South Florida L 78-80 (ot) D9 Oklahoma L 69-87 D14 at South Florida W 71-69 (ot) D16 Cal-St. Bakersfield W 52-47 D20 ^ New Mexico L 64-72 D21 ^ Vanderbilt W107-104 (2ot) D26 # Penn State L 73-75 D27 # Temple W 63-52 J4 Wisc.-Milwaukee W 100-85 J6 Georgia Southern W 94-78 J11 at Providence L 87-98 J13 Nebraska-Omaha W 75-60 J18 at Oral Roberts L 67-73 J22 Hofstra W 87-68 J27 at Niagara L 76-78 (ot) J29 Richmond W 66-58 F3 Furman L 90-92 F6 at Florida State L 55-63 F11 Northern Illinois W 83-70 F15 at Stetson L 47-48 F19 Florida State W 76-71 F22 Marshall W 72-68 F24 at Furman L 79-80 F27 at Georgia Southern W 70-66 M3 South Alabama W 81-75 ^ Trojan Invitational (Los Angeles, Calif.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.)

DON BEASLEY

3 SEASONS | 1975-78 37-46 (.446) D3 D6 D8 D16 D20 D26 D27 J3 J5 J7

1975-76 (13-13)

South Alabama at Washington State at Cal-St. Bakersfield Clemson West Texas State # Florida # Saint Joseph's Furman at Dayton at South Alabama

www.judolphins.com

L 68-79 L 77-82 W 81-69 L 54-59 L 59-69 (ot) L 64-65 W 91-90 L 70-71 L 83-92 W 68-62

J10 Florida State L 57-77 J12 Rhode Island W 55-52 J17 at Virginia Tech L 58-86 J21 at Stetson W 66-59 J24 Niagara L 53-54 J28 South Florida L 60-79 F2 at Northern Illinois W 75-72 F5 at Samford W 79-75 (ot) F7 at Cincinnati L 62-87 F10 Stetson W 57-51 F14 at Furman W 81-75 (ot) F18 at Florida State L 65-74 F24 Southwestern La. W 84-77 F25 Wisc.-Milwaukee W 58-53 F28 at Marshall W 64-54 M1 Georgia Southern W 77-65 # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.)

1976-77 (10-19)

N26 at Auburn L 67-92 D1 at UCLA L 68-99 D4 at West Texas State L 75-88 D6 at Colorado L 72-89 D11 Washington State L 67-74 D13 Samford W 86-66 D18 Illinois Wesleyan W 66-64 D21 Western Kentucky W 83-62 D29 # Florida L 87-99 D30 # Michigan State W 65-63 J4 at Georgia State L 63-85 J6 at Furman L 74-88 J8 Marshall W 96-91 J10 at South Florida W 68-59 J15 Virginia Tech L 68-74 J18 Furman L 65-75 J22 Saint Bonaventure L 63-69 J26 Florida State W 77-70 F2 at Georgia Southern L 79-85 F5 at Richmond L 65-67 F7 Stetson L 54-60 F12 at Southwestern La. L 59-61 (ot) F16 at Stetson L 68-86 F21 Auburn L 66-80 F23 at Florida State W 70-64 F26 Cincinnati L 61-78 M2 % South Florida W 64-49 M8 % UNC-Charlotte L 69-94 M9 % Georgia State W 102-72 # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) % Sun Belt Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.)

1977-78 (14-14, 6-4 SBC)

N30 Alabama-Huntsville W 91-81 D6 Valdosta State W 89-73 D10 at Mississippi L 73-90 D12 at Memphis State L 77-79 D19 Colorado L 61-62 D27 # Indiana L 59-69 D28 # Saint Bonaventure L 75-103 J3 St. Xavier W 89-65 J7 *at South Florida L 62-64 J9 at Marshall L 80-102 J11 at Western Kentucky L 94-96 (ot) J14 *UNC-Charlotte W 64-60 J16 *South Alabama W 85-82 J18 *South Florida W 70-60 J20 Stetson W 63-52 J23 *at New Orleans L 82-100 J26 at Samford W 83-73 J28 *at UNC-Charlotte L 82-101 J30 *New Orleans L 71-90 F4 at Saint Bonaventure L 89-94 F6 *at Georgia State W 70-63 F11 Samford W 96-81 F13 *at South Alabama W 83-72 F15 at Brown W 77-70 F18 at Providence L 50-52 (ot) F21 *Georgia State W 86-78 F24 % Georgia State W 82-77 F25 % New Orleans L 64-79 # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.)

49


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

TATES LOCKE

3 SEASONS | 1978-81 47-39 (.547) 1978-79 (19-11, 6-4 SBC) Sun Belt Conference Champions NCAA First Round

N24 Wake Forest L 68-70 N29 Augusta W 81-68 D2 Memphis State W 91-87 D4 Cameron W 83-73 D6 at Stetson L 71-83 D9 at North Carolina L 56-85 D14 *at New Orleans W 74-71 (ot) D16 North Park L 68-78 D19 Georgia State W 80-57 D23 Fairleigh Dickinson W 74-61 D26 at Pittsburgh W 74-72 D27 at Florida W 60-59 J3 Florida State W 71-68 J6 Hartford W 84-62 J13 *at Georgia State W 74-67 J15 *South Florida L 59-65 J17 *UNC-Charlotte W 61-57 J20 *New Orleans W 53-52 J22 *at South Alabama L 61-72 J27 *at UAB W 84-76 J30 *at UNC-Charlotte L 54-59 F3 at Florida State L 81-84 F10 *South Alabama L 71-72 (ot) F12 *UAB W 54-52 F17 *at South Florida L 59-60 (ot) F21 at South Carolina W 79-68 F23 % New Orleans W 56-47 F24 % South Alabama W 85-77 F25 % South Florida W 68-54 M9 ^ Virginia Tech L 53-70 * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) ^ NCAA Tournament (Lawrence, Kan.)

1979-80 (20-9, 10-4 SBC) NCAA First Round

N30 Georgia College W 95-62 D2 at Florida State W 77-76 D4 Stetson W 75-63 D6 *at VCU W 65-63 D9 *at New Orleans W 72-57 D19 Catholic W 62-45 D22 Duquesne W 73-54 D26 # William & Mary W 58-43 D27 # Florida W 61-55 J2 Saint Francis (Pa.) W 61-52 J5 *at UNC-Charlotte L 65-68 J9 *South Alabama L 63-64 J14 *UNC-Charlotte W 72-68 (ot) J16 *VCU W 73-61 J19 *UAB W 62-52 J23 *South Florida W 91-75 J25 *at Georgia State W 67-57 J27 *New Orleans W 86-71 F2 *at UAB L 68-72 F4 *at South Alabama L 58-65 F9 at Wake Forest L 56-69 F12 *at South Florida W 61-41 F14 at Stetson W 60-56 F16 Florida State L 55-64 F18 at Florida L 55-60 F20 *Georgia State W 80-47 F23 % Georgia State W 70-59 F25 % UAB L 60-64 M5 ^ Murray State L 49-53 # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) ^ NIT (Jacksonville, Fla.)

1980-81 (8-19, 4-8 SBC)

N29 D2 D6 D9 D13

50

at Wake Forest Eckerd at Florida State Florida A&M at Saint Joseph's

L W L L L

44-57 90-60 57-59 49-56 40-45

D16 *South Florida W 65-60 D19 ^ Mississippi L 50-59 D20 ^ Niagara W 63-44 D26 # Florida L 59-65 D27 # Georgia Tech W 64-41 J3 *at UAB L 55-73 J5 *UNC-Charlotte W 56-54 (3ot) J7 *Georgia State W 86-67 J10 Saint Joseph's L 42-44 J20 Florida State L 50-59 J24 *UAB L 64-76 J27 *South Alabama L 48-55 J29 *at VCU L 42-62 F1 *at South Florida L 59-62 F3 at Stetson L 51-64 F8 *at South Alabama L 65-86 F10 *at UNC-Charlotte W 69-67 F12 *at Georgia State L 50-52 F17 Stetson L 54-56 (ot) F22 *VCU L 51-59 F24 Ga. Southwestern W 80-58 F27 % South Florida L 50-52 (ot) ^ Dayton Invitational (Dayton, Ohio) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.)

BOB WENZEL

6 SEASONS | 1981-87 88-86 (.506) 1981-82 (14-13, 5-5 SBC)

N28 George Washington L 49-54 D1 Flagler W 95-62 D4 ^ Florida State L 93-94 (ot) D5 ^ Florida L 73-84 D9 at Florida State W 83-80 D12 at Mercer L 81-83 D18 $ Kentucky L 91-107 D19 $ Utah State W 89-82 D23 Mercer L 62-65 D29 # Texas Tech W 59-58 D30 # Virginia Tech L 83-102 J4 *at UAB L 62-82 J6 Francis Marion W 67-54 J10 *at South Florida W 64-60 J13 *UNC-Charlotte L 88-94 J18 Baptist W 84-59 J20 *at VCU L 68-92 J22 *at South Alabama W 95-91 (ot) J27 Florida State W 80-79 (ot) F1 *UAB L 57-59 (ot) F8 *South Alabama W 75-72 F10 *at UNC Charlotte W 86-82 F15 at Stetson W 98-84 F17 *VCU L 73-81 F20 *South Florida W 67-64 F23 Stetson W 60-59 F26 % South Alabama L 75-77 (ot) ^ Florida Four Tourney (Tampa, Fla.) $ Kentucky Invitational (Lexington, Ky.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)

1982-83 (7-22, 0-14 SBC)

N27 N29 D2 D7 D10 D11 D18 D22 D28 D29 J4 J8 J11 J16 J18 J20 J22

Eckerd at Georgia Southern at Rutgers Berry ^ Florida ^ Florida State Wofford Minnesota # Iowa State # Florida Florida State *South Florida *Western Kentucky *at UAB Utica *at South Alabama *UAB

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

75-56 53-46 65-71 69-58 78-104 66-81 97-59 48-62 78-60 47-56 60-61 68-71 52-66 73-74 75-63 73-88 65-82

J26 *Old Dominion L 64-69 J29 *at Western Ky. L 79-86 F5 *at Old Dominion L 58-71 F7 *South Alabama L 82-92 F12 at Florida State L 74-83 F14 *VCU L 61-68 F16 *at UNC-Charlotte L 75-82 F20 *UNC-Charlotte L 75-83 F23 *at VCU L 58-65 F26 *at South Florida L 67-100 M4 % Old Dominion W 63-59 M5 % South Florida L 58-71 ^ Florida Four Tourney (Tampa, Fla.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)

1983-84 (12-16, 3-11 SBC)

N26 Eckerd W 70-46 D2 Methodist W 78-58 D8 at Florida State L 63-76 D10 Florida L 51-52 D16 Akron W 71-62 D19 at Minnesota L 50-52 D27 # Villanova W 67-63 D28 # Wake Forest L 54-57 J2 Army W 57-41 J5 Hartford W 63-46 J7 *Old Dominion L 61-79 J9 Baptist W 77-71 (ot) J11 *Western Kentucky L 58-59 J15 *at South Florida L 48-57 J19 *at Western Ky. W 76-74 (ot) J21 *UNC-Charlotte W 71-69 (ot) J28 *at UAB L 74-75 (ot) J31 *at South Alabama L 76-91 F2 *UAB L 45-68 F4 *VCU L 49-55 F7 Francis Marion W 68-61 F11 *at UNC Charlotte L 70-85 F13 Florida State W 56-47 F16 *at Old Dominion L 55-62 F18 *at VCU L 48-50 F21 *South Alabama W 63-58 F24 *South Florida L 38-42 M2 % Old Dominion L 68-79 # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)

1984-85 (15-14, 6-8 SBC)

N24 Eckerd W 61-45 N30 ^ Northern Arizona L 64-65 D1 ^ Columbia W 81-61 D5 Florida State L 60-61 D8 at Florida L 70-83 D15 Bethune-Cookman W 86-66 D21 # Niagara W 73-61 D22 # Mississippi W 71-47 J2 Francis Marion W 74-61 J5 *VCU L 65-67 (ot) J8 *at Western Ky. L 64-75 J10 *at UAB L 55-67 J12 *at UNC-Charlotte W 82-72 J14 UCF W 64-49 J16 *UAB L 64-69 J21 UNC-Greensboro L 68-74 J24 *Western Kentucky W 69-65 J26 *UNC-Charlotte W 96-67 J31 *at VCU L 54-81 F2 *at Old Dominion W 79-78 (ot) F5 Florida A&M W 68-52 F7 *South Alabama W 72-64 F9 *Old Dominion L 65-67 F13 at Florida State L 72-88 F16 *at South Florida L 60-61 F21 *at South Alabama W 67-66 F23 *South Florida L 54-56 M1 % South Florida W 75-69 (ot) M2 % VCU L 57-75 ^ Lobo Tip-Off Tourney (Albuquerque, N.M.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)

www.judolphins.com

1985-86 (21-10, 9-5 SBC) Sun Belt Conference Champions NCAA First Round

N23 at Southwestern La. W 80-66 N30 Eckerd W 83-69 D3 Francis Marion W 69-60 D7 at Geo. Washington L 77-83 D14 UCF W 67-47 D17 North Carolina L 65-69 D20 # So. Mississippi W 80-66 D21 # Georgia Tech L 53-72 D27 & Washington W 67-65 D28 & Tulsa L 57-67 J2 Bethune-Cookman W 103-54 J4 at Florida State W 69-62 J6 Southwestern La. W 55-51 J11 *UNC-Charlotte W 86-77 J16 *at South Alabama L 53-57 J18 *at UNC-Charlotte W 67-58 J21 *UAB L 67-75 J23 *at VCU L 80-81 (2ot) J25 *at Old Dominion L 56-64 J27 *South Alabama W 64-61 F1 *at UAB W 65-60 F3 *at Western Ky. L 46-51 F8 *at South Florida W 62-54 F10 *Western Kentucky W 70-65 F15 *Old Dominion W 69-51 F17 *VCU W 67-58 F22 *South Florida W 62-45 F27 %VCU W 56-49 F28 %Old Dominion W 67-61 F29 %UAB W 70-69 M13 ^Temple L 50-61 (ot) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) & Tulsa Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.) ^ NCAA Tournament (Dayton, Ohio)

1986-87 (19-11, 11-3 SBC) NIT First Round

N28 & Rhode Island L 57-61 N29 & Hartford W 63-49 D5 $ Northeastern L 70-76 D6 $ Oklahoma State W 85-66 D8 Armstrong State L 53-54 D13 at North Carolina L 69-98 D19 # Ohio State L 74-85 D20 #! Virginia Tech W 2-0 D29 George Washington W 90-80 J3 Florida Sate W 90-78 J6 *at South Alabama W 88-81 J8 *at UAB W 77-69 J11 *South Florida W 65-56 J14 *Western Kentucky W 80-71 J17 *at Old Dominion W 89-71 J19 Virginia L 81-82 J22 *at UNC-Charlotte W 79-67 J26 *UAB L 80-81 (ot) J31 *South Alabama W 98-89 F3 Morgan State W 102-66 F5 *UNC-Charlotte W 99-68 F7 *at VCU W 77-66 F11 *VCU L 75-88 F14 *at South Florida W 94-85 F16 *at Western Ky. L 74-87 F21 *Old Dominion W 71-66 F26 %South Florida W 68-63 F27 %UAB L 86-93 M2 Central Conn. State W 123-83 M12 ^at Vanderbilt L 72-74 & Hartford Invitational (Hartford, Conn.) $ Carrier Classic (Syracuse, N.Y.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.) ^ NIT (Nashville, Tenn.) !-Forfeit


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE RICH HADDAD

4 SEASONS | 1987-91 41-75 (.353) 1987-88 (8-21, 2-12 SBC)

N21 & at Florida L 52-82 N30 Eckerd W 82-57 D4 ^ UC-Irvine L 76-79 D5 ^ Navy W 69-64 D9 St. Thomas W 55-45 D19 Saint Peter's W 70-54 D22 # Saint Bonaventure L 60-83 D23 # Boston University L 69-75 D26 Pittsburgh L 67-81 D29 Towson L 51-58 J2 *UNC-Charlotte L 77-90 J6 at Florida State L 63-87 J9 *Old Dominion L 77-78 J16 *at UNC-Charlotte L 65-68 J18 UCF W 92-76 J25 *at UAB L 55-70 J28 *South Florida L 55-57 J30 *at Old Dominion L 64-73 F1 at Virginia L 52-77 F4 *at South Florida L 61-75 F6 *at VCU L 64-86 F8 Hartford W 91-84 F11 *South Alabama W 98-80 F13 *Western Kentucky L 58-60 F18 *at South Alabama L 69-82 F20 *UAB L 75-77 F25 *VCU W 79-75 F27 *at Western Ky. L 79-80 M5 %UNC-Charlotte L 72-73 & Preseason NIT ^ Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City, Iowa) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Richmond, Va.)

1988-89 (14-16, 5-9 SBC)

N25 Eckerd W 95-64 N28 Georgia L 70-75 D2 # So. Mississippi W 80-76 (ot) D3 # Oral Roberts W 92-89 D6 at Pittsburgh L 74-81 D9 ^ Chattanooga L 76-77 (ot) D10 ^ Lehigh W 75-73 D19 at Virginia L 81-86 D23 Bethune-Cookman W 76-64 D30 Monmouth W 70-59 J3 at Saint Peter's L 62-68 J11 Florida State L 70-85 J14 *at Western Ky. W98-93 (2ot) J16 *at UAB L 86-93 J18 *South Florida W 98-84 J23 *at South Alabama L 74-103 J30 *Old Dominion W 79-76 F2 *at UNC-Charlotte L 79-84 F4 *Western Kentucky W 87-76 F7 *at Old Dominion L 84-91 F11 *at South Florida L 94-104 F13 *at VCU L 89-92 F15 Flagler W 87-55 F18 *UAB W 98-79 F23 *at UNC-Charlotte L 71-84 F25 *South Alabama L 78-93 F27 *VCU L 70-85 M3 %VCU W 93-85 (ot) M4 %Western Kentucky W 77-72 M5 %South Alabama L 59-105 # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) ^ Longhorn Classic (Austin, Texas) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.)

1989-90 (13-16, 5-9 SBC)

N24 N25 N28 D1

^ Bowling Green ^ New Hampshire Bethune-Cookman # Campbell

L W L W

75-87 57-49 68-71 87-67

D2 # Loyola Marymount L 105-106 D5 Saint Peter's W 64-62 D9 at Maryland L 53-68 D16 UMBC W 81-66 D20 at Georgia L 62-91 D22 Florida A&M W 78-63 D28 Augusta W 102-73 J4 *UAB L 61-77 J6 *Western Kentucky L 58-61 J8 at Florida State L99-104 (2ot) J13 *at UNC-Charlotte L 70-77 J15 *VCU L 81-86 (ot) J22 *at Old Dominion L 71-94 J24 *UAB W 86-84 J27 *at Western Ky. L 64-80 J29 Fairleigh Dickinson W 74-73 F1 *at South Florida L 84-96 F7 *at South Alabama L 66-94 F10 *UNC-Charlotte L 86-90 F12 *at VCU W 79-53 F15 *South Alabama W 87-85 (ot) F17 *Old Dominion W 81-72 F22 *South Florida W 86-84 M3 %Old Dominion W 94-88 M4 %South Florida L 59-86 ^ Providence Fleet Classic(Providence, R.I.) # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)

1990-91 (6-22, 2-12 SBC)

N24 Flagler W 81-61 N27 at North Carolina L 61-104 N30 # Navy W 84-82 D1 # Colorado State L 56-59 D4 Mississippi State L 65-79 D8 Maryland W 71-70 D15 Bethune-Cookman W 96-84 D19 at Oklahoma State L 58-91 D22 at Pepperdine L 69-75 D29 Hartford L 74-84 J7 *at South Florida L 67-71 J10 *at Old Dominion L 58-83 J14 *Western Kentucky W 91-87 J16 Butler L 58-71 J19 *VCU L 59-75 J26 *at UNC-Charlotte L 71-78 J28 *at VCU L 67-85 J31 Long Island L 67-68 F2 *UAB L 72-92 F4 *at Western Ky. L 81-82 F7 *South Alabama L 76-97 F9 *at UAB L 68-84 F11 *South Florida W 81-72 F16 Florida State L 79-99 F18 *at South Alabama L 66-68 F20 *UNC-Charlotte L 73-81 F23 *Old Dominion L 75-82 M2 %South Alabama L 68-84 # Gator Bowl Tourney (Jacksonville, Fla.) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Mobile, Ala.)

MATT KILCULLEN

3 SEASONS | 1991-94 34-50 (.405) 1991-92 (12-17, 4-10 SBC)

N23 N26 N30 D2 D7 D14 D17 D19 D23 D28 J2 J4 J6 J11

Pepperdine at Florida State Long Island Florida *at Ark.-Little Rock at Mississippi State North Carolina Bethune-Cookman at Washington Iona *at South Alabama *Southwestern La. *Lamar at UCF

L 64-84 L 91-100 W 97-82 L 77-80 L 72-75 L 74-77 L 87-98 W 110-93 L 53-63 W 88-85 L 95-113 L 66-96 L 82-93 (ot) W 78-74

J18 *Western Kentucky W 89-85 (ot) J23 *at Louisiana Tech L 64-85 J25 *at New Orleans L 58-66 J27 *Texas-Pan American W 58-45 J30 Florida A&M W 81-65 F1 *at Western Ky. L 67-92 F5 *at Arkansas State L 89-98 (ot) F8 UCF W 78-73 F12 Charleston Southern W 67-60 F17 *Louisiana Tech L 63-91 F22 *at Texas-Pan Am. W 74-73 F27 *South Alabama W 102-85 F29 *Arkansas-Little Rock L 67-71 M5 %Lamar W 105-78 M6 %Louisiana Tech L 66-80 * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Biloxi, Miss.)

1992-93 (5-22, 3-15 SBC)

D8 at Florida L 75-82 (ot) D10 at Buffalo W 75-60 D12 Bethune-Cookman W 84-63 D19 Washington L 65-78 D30 at DePaul L 71-80 J2 *at New Orleans L 69-79 (ot) J4 Oklahoma State L 59-60 J6 Buffalo L 63-70 J11 *at Arkansas State L 55-60 J14 *Southwestern La. L 84-90 J16 *Lamar W 86-80 J18 *at Ark.-Little Rock L 59-66 J23 *at Texas-Pan Am. L 79-80 (ot) J25 *at Lamar L 88-97 J28 *New Orleans L 50-66 J30 *Arkansas-Little Rock L 61-77 F2 Florida State L 77-92 F4 *at Louisiana Tech L 75-78 F7 *at South Alabama L 58-73 F11 *at Western Ky. L 58-66 F13 *Arkansas State L 73-86 F15 *Texas-Pan American W 90-85 F20 *South Alabama L 86-109 F22 *Louisiana Tech W 84-71 F25 *at Southwestern La. L 63-87 F27 *Western Kentucky L 66-101 M2 %Louisiana Tech L 62-63 * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Biloxi, Miss.)

1993-94 (17-11, 11-7 SBC)

N27 Stetson W 95-69 D1 Bethune-Cookman W 93-68 D4 *Louisiana Tech W 80-60 D8 Florida L 67-68 D11 Florida Atlantic W 105-73 D18 DePaul L 83-90 D21 at Butler L 73-89 J3 *Southwestern La. L 78-89 J6 *Lamar W 78-69 J8 *at Texas-Pan Am. L 83-94 J12 *Arkansas State W 75-72 J15 *Western Kentucky L 65-83 J20 *at South Alabama W 71-59 J22 *at New Orleans L 54-74 J26 *at Ark.-Little Rock W 90-76 J29 *Texas-Pan Am. W 87-86 (ot) F1 Buffalo W 79-77 F5 *Ark.-Little Rock W 88-86 F7 Florida A&M W 80-59 F10 *Lamar W 89-78 F12 *at Western Ky. W 84-77 F14 *New Orleans L 56-64 F19 *at Southwestern La. W 70-68 F21 *at Louisiana Tech W 74-68 F26 *South Alabama L 66-77 F28 *at Arkansas State L 71-86 M5 %Arkansas State W 68-55 M6 %Western Kentucky L 72-83 * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.)

www.judolphins.com

GEORGE SCHOLZ

2+ SEASONS | 1994-95 33-28 (.541) 1994-95 (18-9, 12-6 SBC)

N26 Flagler W 84-70 N30 at Stetson W 89-77 D3 *Western Kentucky W100-88 (2ot) D6 at South Florida W 71-70 D10 Georgia L 68-75 D17 South Florida L 67-71 D21 Florida W 68-67 D29 *at Louisiana Tech L 63-65 J3 Siena W 61-57 J5 *Southwestern La. W 85-83 J7 *at Ark.-Little Rock L 72-75 J9 *Arkansas State W 86-80 (ot) J12 *at Lamar W 72-69 J14 *at Texas-Pan Am. W83-82 (2ot) J16 *South Alabama W 112-99 J23 *New Orleans W 89-69 J26 *at Western Ky. L 72-76 J28 *Texas-Pan American W 65-60 F2 *at New Orleans L 67-69 F4 *at Southwestern La. L 62-66 F10 at Florida Atlantic W 81-59 F12 *at South Alabama L 69-89 F16 *Lamar W 75-69 F18 *Louisiana Tech W 65-58 F23 *at Arkansas State W 74-72 F27 *Ark.-Little Rock W 86-70 M4 %Ark.-Little Rock L 76-99 * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.)

1995-96 (15-13, 10-8 SBC)

N30 Florida Atlantic W 88-70 D2 at Florida State L 80-87 D4 Stetson W 74-66 D7 at UAB L 56-61 D16 *South Alabama W 65-53 D18 UAB L 64-67 D20 South Florida W 84-75 D23 at Siena W 89-76 D30 at Georgia L 59-86 J4 *Lamar W 85-75 J6 *Southwestern La. W 80-69 J11 *at Western Ky. W 87-85 J13 *at Louisiana Tech L 75-76 J22 *Arkansas State W 101-93 J25 *at New Orleans L 69-73 J28 *at South Alabama L 76-80 F1 *at Texas-Pan Am. L 61-75 F3 *Western Kentucky W 92-78 F5 *Ark.-Little Rock L 57-89 F7 *Louisiana Tech W 70-68 F10 *at Lamar W 80-70 F15 *New Orleans L 88-97 F17 *at Arkansas State W 77-75 F19 *Texas-Pan American W 81-73 F22 *at Southwestern La. L 84-86 F24 *at Ark.-Little Rock L 77-103 M2 %Lamar W 63-62 M3 %Ark.-Little Rock L 60-67 * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.)

51


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

BUSTER HARVEY

1 SEASON | 1996-97 5-17 (.227)

1996-97 (5-23, 4-14 SBC)

N22 at Arizona State L 69-111 N26 at UNLV L 79-85 (ot) N30 *Arkansas State L 83-85 (ot) D7 at South Florida L 43-78 D14 Florida State L 84-108 D18 at Miami L 57-74 D21 *Western Kentucky L 73-91 D28 Fordham L 74-77 D30 Monmouth L 70-82 J2 *New Orleans L 62-95 J4 *Southwestern La. W 91-87 J9 *at Arkansas State L 64-97 J11 *at Ark.-Little Rock L 80-84 J13 *South Alabama L 45-77 J16 *at Louisiana Tech L 70-83 J18 *at Lamar L 83-93 (ot) J25 *at Texas-Pan Am. W 69-67 J30 *at Western Ky. L 87-97 F1 *Lamar W 99-96 (ot) F3 at Florida L 82-102 F6 *at Southwestern La. L 87-95 F8 *Texas-Pan American W 71-67 F13 *at New Orleans L 62-88 F15 *at South Alabama L 74-92 F17 *Ark.-Little Rock L 89-96 F22 *Louisiana Tech L 65-71 F28 %Arkansas State W 101-80 M1 %New Orleans L 63-76 * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.) # Scholz was replaced by Harvey after six games

HUGH DURHAM

8 SEASONS | 1998-05 106-119 (.471) 1997-98 (8-19, 6-12 SBC)

N20 Florida A&M W 76-54 N24 South Florida L 57-69 N29 Miami (FL) L 70-74 D2 at Florida A&M L 77-86 D6 at Florida State L 44-74 D18 at Fordham L 52-60 D20 at Monmouth W 76-73 D27 *at New Orleans L 64-67 D30 *Louisiana Tech W 64-57 J3 *South Alabama L 59-72 J5 *Southwestern La. L 58-65 J8 *Texas-Pan American L 78-101 J10 *at Louisiana Tech L 61-70 J15 *Ark.-Little Rock L 53-65 J19 Florida L 69-75 J22 *at Western Ky. W 75-70 J24 *at Ark.-Little Rock L 53-65 J29 *at South Alabama L 31-52 J31 *at Southwestern La. W 80-79 F5 *Arkansas State L 65-70 F7 *Texas-Pan American W 100-79 F12 *Western Kentucky W 67-64 F14 *Lamar W 78-68 F19 *at Arkansas State L 70-87 F21 *at Lamar L 56-62 F23 *New Orleans L 53-57 F27 %Western Kentucky L 70-75 (ot) * Sun Belt Conference Game % Sun Belt Tournament (Lafayette, La.)

1998-99 (12-15, 7-9)

N18 N25 N30 D4 D5 D12 D17 D22

52

Florida Tech Palm Beach Atlantic at South Carolina ^ South Carolina St. ^ at Ball State at Florida Florida State at Baylor

W W L W L L L L

98-62 89-72 56-73 66-63 47-65 72-79 53-72 53-68

D29 & Florida A&M W 71-70 D30 & Radford W 73-70 J2 *Centenary L 71-83 J7 *Stetson L 47-62 J9 *at Centenary L 52-58 J14 *at UCF L 58-74 J16 *at Florida Atlantic L 80-88 J23 *Troy State W 76-68 J25 *Mercer W 71-44 J28 *at Georgia State L 54-68 J30 *at Campbell L 61-66 F4 *Samford L 68-77 F6 *Jacksonville State W 72-51 F10 *Florida Atlantic W 57-46 F13 *at Mercer W 65-61 F15 *at Troy State W 81-76 F18 *UCF L 60-65 F20 *at Stetson W 62-61 (ot) F25 %Georgia State L 58-78 ^ Cardinal Varsity Club Classic (Muncie, Ind.) & Capital City Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.)

1999-2000 (8-19, 5-12)

N20 at Coastal Carolina W 88-84 N23 Georgia Southern L 85-93 N27 at Florida State L 59-83 D1 at Troy State L 69-77 D4 *Samford W 73-71 D11 at American L 59-61 D14 at Northwestern L 59-67 D18 Baylor L 71-82 D21 High Point W 101-86 D30 Florida Tech W 92-65 J3 *Jacksonville State L 73-82 J8 *at Georgia State L 57-67 J10 *Campbell L 51-52 J15 *Stetson L 69-71 J19 *UCF L 70-79 J22 *Florida Atlantic W 82-63 J25 *at Mercer L 70-72 (2ot) J29 *at UCF L 57-65 J31 *at Florida Atlantic W 75-60 F3 *Mercer W 68-65 (ot) F5 *Troy State W 103-93 F10 *at Jacksonville St. L 68-74 F12 *at Samford L 58-79 F17 *Campbell L 63-68 F19 *Georgia State L 67-68 F24 *at Stetson L 79-83 M1 %Mercer L 48-55 * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.)

2000-01 (18-10, 12-7)

N18 N21 N27 N29 D2 D5 D9 D17 D21 D28 D30 J3 J6 J8 J13 J18 J20 J22 J27 J29 F1 F3 F8 F10 F15 F17 F24 M1

at Coastal Carolina Georgia Southern *at Troy State Florida Tech *at Jacksonville St. *Troy State at High Point at Florida State American Savannah State Lehigh *Samford *Campbell *Georgia State *at Stetson *at Florida Atlantic *at UCF *Mercer *Florida Atlantic *UCF *Troy State *at Mercer *Samford *Jacksonville State *at Georgia State *at Campbell *Stetson %Samford

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

88-69 80-78 96-46 95-44 51-40 79-71 54-41 61-75 66-70 67-52 73-70 51-70 75-56 82-93 68-78 62-71 58-54 72-69 71-55 74-65 60-76 68-55 74-51 64-59 82-90 68-78 82-64 41-44

* Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)

2001-02 (18-12, 12-8)

N16 Florida Tech W 77-67 N19 New Orleans W 73-58 N24 *Belmont W 58-37 N29 *at UCF L 72-73 D1 *Stetson W 67-57 D8 Savannah State W 91-49 D15 at Texas L 86-90 D17 at Wichita State W 67-65 D20 ^ Oral Roberts L 64-73 D21 ^ Niagara L 52-64 D22 ^ UPR-Mayaguez W 85-43 D29 at Savannah State W 58-55 J2 *at Florida Atlantic W 73-58 J5 *Jacksonville State W 69-67 J7 *Samford L 58-65 J10 *at Campbell W 67-53 J12 *at Georgia State W 84-72 J17 *Mercer W 75-62 J19 *Troy State W 74-71 J22 *at Stetson L 58-68 J26 *at Mercer W 74-58 J28 *at Troy State L 61-76 F2 *Georgia State L 75-81 (ot) F4 *Campbell W 85-57 F7 *at Samford L 51-52 F9 *at Jacksonville State W100-98 (3ot) F16 *at Belmont L 68-91 F21 *Florida Atlantic L 72-76 F23 *UCF W 82-80 (ot) F28 %Florida Atlantic L 50-59 ^ San Juan Shootout (San Juan, P.R.) * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)

2002-03 (13-16, 8-8)

N22 St. Leo W 85-55 N24 # Cal St.-Northridge L 55-67 N25 # Grambling State W 82-68 N27 at Savannah State W 60-47 N30 at Mississippi State L 65-100 D2 at New Orleans L 57-90 D6 ^ So. Mississippi L 61-62 D7 ^ Montana State L 55-64 D14 South Carolina St. W 76-68 D18 at Illinois State L 50-74 D30 UNC-Wilmington L 62-81 J4 *Troy State L 68-70 J6 *Mercer L 68-71 J10 *at Stetson W 75-71 J13 Savannah State W 73-53 J18 *at Florida Atlantic W 74-63 J20 *at UCF L 48-72 J23 *Campbell W 65-51 J25 *Gardner-Webb W 87-75 J30 *Jacksonvillle State W 57-56 F6 *at Belmont L 52-84 F8 *at Samford L 43-70 F13 *UCF W 80-75 F15 *Florida Atlantic W 89-54 F18 *at Georgia State L 69-71 F22 *Stetson W 73-59 F27 *at Mercer L 63-73 M1 *at Troy State L 72-94 M6 %Mercer L 57-73 # John Thompson Foundation Challenge (Eugene, Ore.) ^ Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City, Iowa) * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)

2003-04 (13-15, 8-12)

N21 N24 N29 D6 D13 D17 D22

UPR-Mayaguez at UNC-Wilmington at Arkansas Savannah State Nova Southeastern *at Troy State at Savannah State

www.judolphins.com

W 88-47 L 53-71 L 65-85 W 86-74 W 72-51 L 99-107 (2ot) W 65-60

D29 Tennessee State W 71-67 J3 *at Belmont L 54-70 J5 *at Lipscomb W 82-65 J9 *Florida Atlantic L 67-87 J11 *UCF L 51-63 J14 *at Stetson L 64-66 J17 *at Campbell L 73-85 J19 *at Gardner-Webb L 62-74 J22 *Georgia State L 58-66 J24 *Mercer W 88-83 J27 *Stetson W 80-74 J30 *at Georgia State W 77-75 F1 *at Mercer L 62-75 F5 *Gardner-Webb W 83-78 F7 *Campbell W 79-76 F12 *at UCF L 69-78 F14 *at Florida Atlantic W 70-69 F19 *Lipscomb W 71-66 F21 *Belmont L 63-73 F27 *Troy State L 73-113 M4 %UCF L 63-71 * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

2004-05 (16-13, 11-9)

N19 Florida L 59-81 N23 North Florida W 78-73 N27 at Savannah State W 73-67 D2 *Georgia State W 78-75 (ot) D4 *Mercer L 67-71 D11 Savannah State W 84-62 D19 at Tennessee Tech L 74-92 D21 at Florida State L 57-101 D29 Eckerd W 71-65 J3 *Stetson L 63-68 J5 *Troy L 76-87 J9 *at UCF L 57-75 J11 *at Florida Atlantic W 82-81 J15 *Lipscomb W 58-49 J17 *Belmont W 70-68 J20 *at Campbell W 61-57 J22 *at Gardner-Webb L 53-81 J26 *at Stetson W 70-58 J29 *Campbell W 78-65 J31 *Gardner-Webb W 69-58 F3 *at Lipscomb L 63-73 F5 *at Belmont W 93-89 F10 *Florida Atlantic L 73-100 F12 *UCF W 83-82 (ot) F18 *at Troy L 73-85 F25 *at Georgia State W 81-67 F27 *at Mercer L 61-88 M3 %Lipscomb W 68-64 M4 %Gardner-Webb L 76-77 * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

CLIFF WARREN

8 SEASONS | 2005-PRES. 114-132 (.463) 2005-06 (1-26, 1-19)

N19 Florida State L 48-78 N25 at South Florida L 78-91 D2 *North Florida W 88-71 D4 *at Florida Atlantic L104-107 (2ot) D11 at Coastal Carolina L 66-81 D14 at Georgia Southern L 67-81 D18 at Florida L 58-101 D22 at Georgia Tech L 67-92 D29 Georgia Southern L 79-84 J2 *at Mercer L 81-90 J5 *at Stetson L 57-69 J7 *Lipscomb L 67-75 J9 *Belmont L 78-91 J14 *at East Tenn. State L 87-98 J16 *at Kennesaw State L 64-88 J19 *Gardner-Webb L 57-62 J21 *Campbell L 75-87 J25 *at North Florida L 78-90 J28 *at Gardner-Webb L 73-77 J30 *at Campbell L 77-91 F3 *East Tennessee St. L 73-88 F5 *Kennesaw State L 76-80 F9 *at Belmont L 65-83 F11 *at Lipscomb L 78-101 F17 *Mercer L 90-93 (ot) F19 *Stetson L 66-81 F25 *Florida Atlantic L 76-85 * Atlantic Sun Conference Game

2006-07 (15-14, 11-7)

N12 at Savannah State L 64-67 N14 St. Leo W 77-73 N16 at Florida L 61-90 N22 Florida Tech W 89-60 N25 South Carolina St. W 87-74 N27 at UCF L 62-99 N30 *at Lipscomb L 61-73 D2 *at Belmont L 62-76 D10 Coastal Carolina W 85-72 D16 at Texas A&M L 58-97 D19 at Georgia L 77-93 D29 at South Carolina L 73-80 J2 *Gardner-Webb W 73-64 J4 *Campbell W 90-71 J9 *at North Florida W 64-60 J13 *at Kennesaw State L 76-83 J15 *at East Tenn. State L 59-71 J18 *Mercer W 87-77 J20 *Stetson W 69-65 J25 *at Gardner-Webb W 64-59 J27 *at Campbell L 74-84 F3 *North Florida W 75-61 F8 *East Tennessee St. W 74-66 F10 *Kennesaw State W 76-72 F16 *at Mercer W101-97 (ot) F18 *at Stetson L 57-62 F22 *Belmont L 71-86 F24 *Lipscomb W 74-67 M1 %Campbell L 85-90 * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Johnson City, Tenn.)

2007-08 (18-13, 12-4)

N11 N14 N17 N24 N28 D1 D3 D7 D9 D17 D29 J3 J5 J10 J12

Savannah State at South Carolina St. Concordia at UAB Georgia State at Michigan State at Florida at American at Georgetown at Troy at South Alabama *Stetson *Florida Gulf Coast *at Kennesaw State *at Mercer

W 79-63 W 76-64 W 78-71 L 72-84 L 60-65 L 51-80 L 72-88 L 50-52 L 55-87 L 80-98 L 57-70 W98-94 (3ot) W 74-55 W 73-56 W 72-70

J15 at Savannah State W 65-64 J19 *at North Florida W 67-56 J25 *East Tennessee St. L 77-83 J27 *at USC Upstate W 68-51 J31 *Campbell W 77-66 F2 *Gardner-Webb W 75-62 F7 *at Belmont L 78-85 F9 *at Lipscomb L 70-83 F15 *North Florida W 76-70 (ot) F21 *Mercer W 96-87 (ot) F23 *Kennesaw State W 84-79 F28 *at Florida Gulf CoastW 89-80 M1 *at Stetson L 64-81 M5 %Mercer W 65-57 M7 %Gardner-Webb W 89-80 M8 %Belmont L 61-79 * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

2008-09 (18-14, 15-5)

Atlantic Sun Conference Champions NIT First Round

N15 Florida State L 57-59 N17 at Georgetown L 62-71 N22 American L 67-75 N24 at Baylor L 68-76 N28 at Georgia Tech L 76-79 D4 *Belmont W 65-64 D6 *Lipscomb W 83-67 D17 at Ohio State L 68-81 D22 Bethune-Cookman L 64-66 (ot) D29 Troy W 86-73 J3 *at East Tenn. State L 82-84 J5 *at USC Upstate W 79-69 J9 *Mercer W 80-59 J11 *Kennesaw State W 82-61 J15 *at North Florida W 78-38 J17 *at Campbell W 76-63 J20 Savannah State W 69-56 J23 *at Stetson W 84-61 J25 *at Fla. Gulf Coast W 75-65 J30 *East Tennessee St. W 82-72 (ot) F1 *USC Upstate L 59-70 F7 *at Mercer L 71-72 F9 *at Kennesaw State W 59-56 F12 *North Florida W 72-50 F16 *Campbell L 83-89 F21 *Florida Gulf Coast W 71-53 F23 *Stetson W 81-66 F26 *at Lipscomb L 82-92 F28 *at Belmont W 84-82 (ot) M5 %Lipscomb W 88-72 M6 %East Tennessee St. L 68-85 M18 $Florida L * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) $ NIT

2009-10 (20-13, 14-6)

Atlantic Sun Conference Champions NIT Second Round

N16 N24 N27 N30 D4 D16 D19 D21 D29 D30 J2 J4 J8 J10 J14 J16 J18 J23 J25 J29 J31 F5 F7

at Florida State at California at South Carolina at Georgia State Florida at Bethune-Cookman *at Campbell *at East Tenn. State # Buffalo # at UCF *Mercer *Kennesaw State *at Stetson *at Fla. Gulf Coast *Lipscomb *Belmont *North Florida *USC Upstate at Savannah State *at North Florida *at USC Upstate *at Belmont *at Lipscomb

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

61-87 47-79 93-97 54-64 67-85 56-48 57-73 70-93 83-73 61-51 74-75 91-52 80-70 82-58 79-73 82-66 62-55 65-52 72-68 73-61 79-63 70-73 61-79

F11 *Florida Gulf Coast W 68-62 F13 *Stetson W 69-54 F18 *at Kennesaw State W 75-67 F20 *at Mercer W 76-64 F25 *Campbell W 65-52 F27 *East Tennessee St. L 62-64 M3 %North Florida W 76-69 M5 %Mercer L 63-66 M16 $ at Arizona State W 67-66 M20 $ at Texas Tech L 64-69 # UCF Holiday Classic (Orlando, Fla.) * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Macon, Ga.) $ NIT

2010-11 (20-12, 13-7) CIT Second Round

N12 at Miami L 77-89 N16 Savannah State W 64-54 N20 Florida Tech W 87-75 N24 at Samford W 60-49 N27 at Auburn W 69-55 D2 *Stetson W 70-61 D4 *Fla. Gulf Coast W 71-56 D12 at Winthrop L 66-73 D15 at Saint Louis L 64-69 D20 at Florida W 71-68 (ot) D30 Bethune-Cookman W 67-60 J3 *at Campbell W 67-65 J8 *at Lipscomb W 60-56 J10 *at Belmont L 50-81 J13 *USC Upstate W 57-47 (ot) J15 *East Tennessee St. L 62-74 J20 *at Mercer L 68-70 (ot) J22 *at Kennesaw State W 87-59 J26 *at North Florida W 71-69 (ot) J31 *Campbell W 71-58 F3 *Belmont L 70-76 F5 *Lipscomb W 78-68 F8 *North Florida W 71-69 F11 *at East Tenn. State L 64-80 F13 *at USC Upstate W 79-69 F18 *Kennesaw State W 75-60 F20 *Mercer W 74-68 F24 *at Fla. Gulf Coast L 55-56 F26 *at Stetson L 62-70 M3 %North Florida L 64-68 M15 $ at East Carolina W 71-66 (ot) M19 $ at SMU L 62-63 * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Macon, Ga.) $ Collegeinsider.com Tournament

F29 %Belmont L 62-76 % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Macon, Ga.) * Atlantic Sun Conference Game

2012-13 (14-18, 9-9)

N9 at Georgia L 62-68 N13 Trinity Baptist W 78-48 N16 at Miami L 57-73 N19 # at Missouri State W 64-58 N21 # at Ark.-Little Rock L 56-78 N23 # vs. Rider L 71-86 N24 # vs. Milwaukee W 71-66 N28 at South Carolina St. L 72-74 D3 Florida Christian W 89-66 D7 at South Carolina L 74-91 D18 Wofford L 52-94 D22 Furman W 65-53 D28 at Indiana L 59-93 D31 *Northern Kentucky W 53-51 J2 *Lipscomb W 85-71 J5 *at Fla. Gulf Coast L 55-78 J7 *at Stetson L 72-81 J10 *Kennesaw State W 99-92 (3ot) J12 *Mercer W 49-47 J18 *at North Florida W 77-68 J24 *at East Tenn. State W 83-80 J26 *at USC Upstate L 64-79 J31 *Stetson W 71-70 F2 *Florida Gulf Coast L 78-81 F7 *at Mercer L 64-67 (ot) F9 *at Kennesaw State L 68-75 F15 *North Florida W 70-68 F21 *USC Upstate W 68-64 F23 *East Tennessee St. L 58-61 F28 *at Lipscomb L 73-77 M2 *at No. Kentucky L 62-66 M7 % USC Upstate L 62-76 # Hoops for Hope Classic (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico) * Atlantic Sun Conference Game % Atlantic Sun Tournament (Macon, Ga.)

2011-12 (8-22, 6-12)

N11 N16 N18 N21 N25 N28 D3 D11 D15 D18 D22 D29 J2 J4 J7 J9 J14 J16 J21 J23 J28 J30 F4 F6 F11 F13 F18 F20 F24

at Florida State at Savannah State Samford at Bethune-Cookman at Florida at Marquette *at North Florida at Furman Winthrop at Wofford at UAB at Alabama *Lipscomb *Belmont *at Stetson *at Fla. Gulf Coast *East Tennessee St. *USC Upstate *at Kennesaw State *at Mercer *at Belmont *at Lipscomb *Florida Gulf Coast *Stetson *at USC Upstate *at East Tenn. State *Mercer *Kennesaw State *North Florida

www.judolphins.com

L 67-79 L 70-73 (ot) W 70-57 W 65-66 L 62-107 L 56-88 L 58-80 L 79-85 L 45-59 L 57-63 L 65-70 L 55-72 L 71-77 L 63-75 L 61-73 L 66-77 L 58-72 W 77-74 (ot) W 66-50 L 65-75 L 71-85 L 68-82 L 55-65 W 74-63 L 66-70 W 61-55 W 81-75 W 73-71 L 64-70

53


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Year 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

54

W-L 17-1 20-3 9-12 6-11 15-5 17-7 15-8 23-3 19-6 11-5 11-8 11-10 12-11 12-13 14-12 13-13 15-11 12-11 8-17 13-13 17-7 27-2 22-4 20-8 21-6 20-10 15-11 13-13 10-19 14-14 19-11 20-9 8-19 14-13 7-22 12-16 15-14 21-10 19-11 8-21 14-16 13-16 6-22 12-17 5-22 17-11 18-9 15-13 5-23 8-19 12-15 8-19 18-10 18-12 13-16 13-15 16-13 1-26 15-14 18-13 18-14 20-13 20-12 8-22 14-18 920-820

Pct. .944 .870 .429 .353 .750 .708 .652 .885 .760 .688 .579 .524 .522 .480 .538 .500 .577 .522 .320 .500 .708 .931 .846 .714 .778 .667 .577 .500 .345 .500 .633 .690 .296 .519 .241 .429 .517 .677 .633 .276 .467 .448 .214 .414 .185 .607 .667 .536 .179 .296 .444 .296 .643 .600 .448 .464 .552 .037 .517 .581 .563 .606 .625 .267 .438 .529

Conf. 2-4/T4th 6-4/3rd 5-5/4th 10-4/T2nd 4-8/5th 5-5/3rd 0-14/8th 3-11/7th 6-8/T4th 9-5/T3rd 11-3/2nd 2-12/8th 5-9/6th 5-9/T6th 2-12/8th 6-10/9th 3-15/T8th 11-7/4th 12-6/3rd 10-8/T3rd 4-14/9th 6-12/T8th 7-9/4th 5-13/9th 11-7/T3rd 12-8/T4th 8-8/T4th-S 8-12/7th 11-9/T4th 1-19/T10th 11-7/T3rd 12-4/2nd 15-5/1st 14-6/T1st 13-7/3rd 6-12/8th 9-9/T4th 270-320

Coaching Records

Head Coach Postseason John Geilen John Geilen NJCAA Nationals John Geilen NJCAA Nationals John Geilen John Geilen NJCAA Nationals Rollie Rourke NJCAA Nationals Rollie Rourke NJCAA Nationals Rollie Rourke NJCAA Nationals Rollie Rourke NJCAA Nationals Rollie Rourke NJCAA Nationals Rollie Rourke Rollie Rourke Dick Kendall Dick Kendall NAIA District 25 Dick Kendall NAIA District 25 Dick Kendall NAIA District 25 Joe Williams NAIA District 25 Joe Williams Joe Williams Joe Williams Joe Williams Joe Williams NCAA Runner-up Tom Wasdin NCAA First Round Tom Wasdin NIT Semifinals Tom Wasdin NCAA First Round Bob Gottlieb NIT Semifinals Bob Gottlieb Don Beasley Don Beasley Don Beasley Tates Locke NCAA First Round Tates Locke NIT First Round Tates Locke Bob Wenzel Bob Wenzel Bob Wenzel Bob Wenzel Bob Wenzel NCAA First Round Bob Wenzel NIT First Round Rich Haddad Rich Haddad Rich Haddad Rich Haddad Matt Kilcullen Matt Kilcullen Matt Kilcullen George Scholz George Scholz George Scholz/Buster Harvey Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Cliff Warren Cliff Warren Cliff Warren Cliff Warren NIT First Round Cliff Warren NIT Second Round Cliff Warren CIT Second Round Cliff Warren Cliff Warren 5 NCAA, 6 NIT, 1 CIT, 4 NAIA, 7 NJCAA

No. Coach 1. John Geilen 2. Rollie Rourke 3. Dick Kendall 4. Joe Williams 5. Tom Wasdin 6. Bob Gottlieb 7. Don Beasley 8. Tates Locke 9. Bob Wenzel 10. Rich Haddad 11. Matt Kilcullen 12. George Scholz 13. Buster Harven 14. Hugh Durham 15. Cliff Warren TOTALS

Overall Conference Seasons W L Pct. W L Pct.Postseason 1948-53 67 32 .677 50,51,53 1953-60 107 47 .695 - 54,55,56,57 1960-64 51 49 .510 62,63,64 1964-70 92 61 .601 65,70 1970-73 63 18 .778 71,72,73 1973-75 35 21 .625 74 1975-78 37 46 .446 8 8 .500 1978-81 47 39 .547 19 17 .528 79,80 1981-87 88 86 .506 34 46 .425 86,87 1987-91 41 75 .353 14 42 .250 1991-94 34 50 .405 20 32 .385 1994-96 33 28 .541 22 15 .595 1996-97 5 17 .227 4 13 .308 1997-05 106 119 .471 68 78 .466 2005-pres. 114 132 .463 81 69 .540 09,10,11 64 920 820 .529 270 320 .457

All-time Assistant Coaches COACH YEARS AT JU Roland L. Rourke 1956-1957 Robert J. Daughton 1956-1965 Sam Leibowitz 1962-1966 William S. Clendinen 1965-1966 Ralph Sanders 1965-1966 Bill Curtis 1966-1969 Tom Wasdin 1966-1970 Bill Coulthart 1969-1970 Art Tolis 1970-1972 Jim Watson 1970-1973 Drayton Miller 1971-1973 Nelson Vinal 1971-1973 Don Beasley 1972-1973 Les Yellin 1973-1974 Dave Lawrence 1973-1975 Lowell Wood 1974-1975 Roger Dorio 1975-1976 Gerald Oliver 1976-1977 Andy Russo 1973-1978 Kent Glover (2) 1977-1978 Thom Shannon 1978-1979 John Baldwin 1977-1981 Tom Barrise 1978-1981 Mike Steele (2) 1978-1981 Rick Duckett 1983-1984 Greg Blatt 1981-1985 Rich Haddad 1981-1986 Kevin Moran 1984-1987 Jeff Mitchell 1987-1988 David Robinson 1987-1988 Tom Watson 1988-1989 Karl Tatham 1989-1990 Sam Hare 1987-1991 Mark McKown 1988-1991 Lemerrell Douglas 1990-1991 Marty Gross (1) 1981-1983, 1985-1992 Jeff House (2) 1991-1993 Glynn Cyprien (1) 1991-1994 Bill Pope 1993-1994 Jimmie Clark 1978-1979, 1994-1995 Jim Dolan (1) 1991-1997 Buster Harvey 1994-1997 Philip Stitt 1994-1997 James Ray 1995-1997 Andy Manning 1997-1998

www.judolphins.com

COACH Charlton Young Clayton Bates Mark Pittman (3) Calvin Sinkfield Ivin Gunder Marcus King Doug Durham Shawn Platts Ronnie Dean Bobby Kennen Beau Archibald William Faulkner Trey Brown (3) Darryl Bruce Brian Gilbert (3) Winston Neal Trevor Quinn Will Jones

YEARS AT JU 1997-1999 1997-2000 1998-2000 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 1997-2003 2002-2004 2003-2004 2000-2005 2004-2005 2005-2008 2008-2009 2005-2011 2009-2011 2005-pres. 2008-pres. 2011-pres.

1-Associate Head Coach 2-Graduate Assistant Coach 3-Administrative Assistant


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Overtime Games

Date Jan. 13, 1959 Feb. 7, 1959 Feb. 19, 1960 Jan. 13, 1961 Dec. 4, 1961 2, 1962 Dec. 3, 1962 Feb. 12, 1963 Jan. 25, 1964 Feb. 7, 1964 Dec. 6, 1965 Jan. 2, 1967 Jan. 31, 1967 Dec. 29, 1967 Feb. 28, 1972 Dec. 16, 1972 Dec. 6, 1974 Dec. 14, 1974 Dec. 21, 1974 Jan. 27, 1975 Dec. 20, 1975 Feb. 5, 1976 Feb. 14, 1976 Feb. 12, 1977 Jan. 11, 1978 Feb. 18, 1978 Dec. 14, 1978 Jan. 17, 1979 Feb. 10, 1979 Feb. 17, 1979 Jan. 14, 1980 Jan. 5, 1981 Feb. 17, 1981 Feb. 27, 1981 Dec. 4, 1981 Jan. 22, 1982 Jan. 27, 1982 Feb. 1, 1982 Feb. 26, 1982 Jan. 9, 1984 Jan. 19, 1984 Jan. 21, 1984 Jan. 28, 1984 Jan. 5, 1985 Feb. 2, 1985 Mar. 1, 1985 Jan. 23, 1986 Mar. 13, 1986 Jan. 26, 1987 Dec. 2, 1988 Dec. 9, 1988 Jan. 14, 1989 Mar. 4, 1989 Jan. 8, 1990 Jan. 15, 1990 Feb. 15, 1990 Jan. 6, 1992 Jan. 18, 1992 Feb. 5, 1992 Dec. 8, 1992 Jan. 2, 1993 Jan. 23, 1993 Jan. 29, 1994 Dec. 3, 1994 Jan. 9, 1995 Jan. 14, 1995 Nov. 26, 1996 Nov. 30, 1996

Opponent at Tampa at Georgia Southern Stetson Miami at Tampa at William Carey at Florida Florida Southern Florida Southern Oglethorpe Valdosta State at Hofstra The Citadel at Richmond Houston at Saint Peter's South Florida at South Florida vs. Vanderbilt at Niagara West Texas State at Samford at Furman at Southwestern La. at Western Kentucky at Providence at New Orleans UNC-Charlotte South Alabama at South Florida UNC-Charlotte UNC-Charlotte Stetson South Florida vs. Florida State at South Alabama Florida State UAB vs. South Alabama Baptist at Western Kentucky UNC-Charlotte at UAB VCU at Old Dominion vs. South Florida at VCU vs. Temple (NCAA First Round) UAB vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Chattanooga at Western Kentucky vs. VCU at Florida State VCU South Alabama Lamar Western Kentucky at Arkansas State at Florida at New Orleans at Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American Western Kentucky Arkansas State at Texas-Pan American at UNLV Arkansas State

Result L, 78-83 L, 92-98 (4ot) W, 70-66 L, 84-93 L, 104-112 Feb. L, 84-86 L, 81-82 (2ot) W, 83-79 (2ot) W, 88-87 W, 82-79 W, 84-82 L, 65-67 W, 87-85 L, 77-82 W, 110-108 W, 96-89 L, 78-80 W, 71-69 W, 107-104 (2ot) L, 76-78 L, 59-69 W, 79-75 W, 81-75 L, 59-61 L, 94-96 L, 50-52 W, 74-71 W, 61-57 L, 71-72 L, 59-60 W, 72-68 W, 56-54 (3ot) L, 54-56 L, 50-52 L, 93-94 W, 95-91 W, 80-79 L, 57-59 L, 75-77 W, 77-71 W, 76-74 W, 71-69 L, 74-75 L, 65-67 W, 79-78 W, 75-69 L, 80-81 (2ot) L, 50-61 L, 80-81 W, 80-76 L, 76-77 W, 98-93 (2ot) W, 93-85 L, 99-104 (2ot) L, 81-86 W, 87-85 L, 82-93 W, 89-85 L, 89-98 L, 75-82 L, 69-79 L, 79-80 W, 87-86 W, 100-88 (2ot) W, 86-80 W, 83-82 (2ot) L, 79-85 L, 83-85

Date Jan. 18, 1997 Feb. 1, 1997 Feb. 27, 1998 Feb. 20, 1999 Jan. 25, 2000 Feb. 3, 2000 Feb. 2, 2002 Feb. 9, 2002 Feb. 23, 2002 Dec. 17, 2003 Jan. 24, 2004 Dec. 2, 2004 Feb. 12, 2005 Dec. 4, 2005 Feb. 17, 2006 Feb. 16, 2007 Mar. 1, 2007 Jan. 3, 2008 Feb. 15, 2008 Feb. 21, 2008 Dec. 22, 2008 Jan. 30, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 Dec. 20, 2010 Jan. 13, 2011 Jan. 20, 2011 Jan. 26, 2011 Mar. 15, 2011 Nov. 16, 2011 Jan. 16, 2012 Jan. 10, 2013 Feb. 7, 2013

Opponent at Lamar Lamar vs. Western Kentucky at Stetson at Mercer Mercer Georgia State at Jacksonville State UCF at Troy State Mercer Georgia State UCF at Florida Atlantic Mercer at Mercer vs. Campbell Stetson North Florida Mercer Bethune-Cookman East Tennessee State at Belmont at Florida USC Upstate at Mercer at North Florida at East Carolina (CIT First Round) at Bethune-Cookman USC Upstate Kennesaw State at Mercer

Result L, 83-93 W, 99-96 L, 70-75 W, 62-61 L, 70-72 (2ot) W, 68-65 L, 75-81 W, 100-98 (3ot) W, 82-80 L, 99-107 (2ot) W, 88-83 W, 78-75 W, 83-82 L, 104-107 (2ot) L, 90-93 W, 101-97 L, 85-90 W, 98-94 (3ot) W, 76-70 W, 96-87 L, 64-66 W, 82-72 W, 84-82 W, 71-68 W, 57-47 L, 68-70 W, 71-69 W, 71-66 L, 70-73 W, 77-74 W, 99-92 (3ot) L, 64-67

OVERTIME RECORD ...............................................................52-48 Home Overtime Record .................................................31-15 Road Overtime Record ...................................................17-27 Neutral Overtime Record ..............................................4-6 Quadruple Overtime Games...........................................................0-1 Triple Overtime Games .....................................................................4-0 Double Overtime Games ..................................................................5-6 Single Overtime Games ....................................................................43-41 Most Overtime Games in a Season.......................................... 5 (1981-82, 2010-11) Most Conference OT Games in a Season ..............4 (1978-79) Most Frequent OT Opponent ...............................Western Kentucky, 6 (4-2) Most Consecutive OT Games .........................3, twice, last 1983-84 Current Streak ...................................................................Lost 1

www.judolphins.com

55


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 100-Point Games

SCORE 152-106 133-102 132-100 132-88 130-65 128-77 127-69 124-101 124-90 124-82 123-83 121-87 120-78 120-73 120-65 118-112 118-77 118-69 117-104 117-63 114-108 114-66 113-89 113-77 112-105 112-104 112-99 112-89 111-94 111-93 111-66 110-108 (ot) 110-93 110-91 110-85 110-75 110-75 109-96 108-97 107-104 (2ot) 107-104 (2ot) 107-87 107-82 107-81 107-62 106-105 106-100 106-95 106-88 105-81 105-78 105-73 104-103 104-94 104-81 104-77 104-72 103-94 103-93 103-83 103-77 103-77 103-64 103-54 102-94 102-87 102-85 102-83

56

W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W L L W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W L L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

OPPONENT at Saint Peter's Tampa Saint Peter's Biscayne Biscayne Rollins East Carolina Saint Peter's Valdosta State Miami Central Connecticut State Miami Southwestern La. Valdosta State South Alabama Georgia Southern New Hampshire Rollins Miami Morehead State Florida State Virgin Islands Florida State Richmond at Miami at Tampa South Alabama MacMurry College at East Carolina Loyola (La.) New Hampshire Houston Bethune-Cookman Florida Southern George Washington Biscayne Iowa vs. Western Kentucky at Miami at Florida Atlantic vs. Vanderbilt Tampa Stetson Florida Southern at Florida Loyola Marymount vs. Kentucky Newberry Georgia Southern Saint Peter's vs. Lamar Florida Atlantic vs. Iowa Pikeville Taylor at Valdosta State vs. Arizona at William & Mary Troy State at Oklahoma City at Oklahoma City Western Carolina Harvard Bethune-Cookman at Kentucky Wesleyan at Furman South Alabama at South Alabama

DATE Dec. 3, 1970 Jan. 26, 1962 Jan. 29, 1972 Dec. 1, 1970 Dec. 13, 1969 Dec. 11, 1963 Feb. 22, 1971 Jan. 30, 1970 Feb. 20, 1971 Jan. 9, 1971 Mar. 2, 1987 Jan. 10, 1970 Jan. 6, 1973 Jan. 14, 1958 Jan. 17, 1972 Feb. 24, 1962 Dec. 31, 1962 Feb. 19, 1964 Feb. 12, 1966 Dec. 2, 1969 Dec. 8, 1970 Jan. 16, 1970 Feb. 13, 1974 Jan. 9, 1970 Feb. 7, 1963 Dec. 4, 1961 Jan. 16, 1995 Dec. 22, 1965 Feb. 5, 1970 Feb. 8, 1971 Jan. 2, 1969 Feb. 28, 1972 Dec. 19, 1991 Feb. 25, 1961 Dec. 7, 1970 Dec. 1, 1971 Feb. 2, 1970 Mar. 7, 1970 Mar. 2, 1970 Dec. 4, 2005 Dec. 21, 1974 Jan. 12, 1965 Jan. 24, 1972 Feb. 13, 1965 Nov. 25, 2011 Dec. 2, 1989 Mar. 14, 1970 Feb. 8, 1961 Dec. 11, 1971 Jan. 24, 1963 Mar. 25, 1992 Dec. 11, 1993 Mar. 12, 1970 Dec. 7, 1957 Dec. 30, 1963 Dec. 13, 1957 Dec. 26, 1969 Nov. 27, 1972 Feb. 5, 2000 Feb. 13, 1970 Feb. 6, 1971 Dec. 10, 1960 Dec. 22, 1969 Jan. 1, 1986 Feb. 2, 1963 Feb. 3, 1972 Feb. 27, 1992 Feb. 4, 1971

SCORE 102-80 102-73 102-72 102-72 102-66 102-62 101-97 101-93 101-90 101-86 101-83 101-80 101-78 101-58 101-57 101-56 100-98 (3ot) 100-88 (2ot) 100-85 100-84 100-79 100-78 100-73 100-70 100-69 100-62 100-61

W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W L L L W W W W W W W L W W W W

OPPONENT Mercer Augusta Georgia State Samford Morgan State Mercer at Mercer Arkansas State at The Citadel High Point South Alabama vs. Arkansas State at Lipscomb at Florida at Florida State South Alabama at Jacksonville State Western Kentucky Wisconsin-Milwaukee Northeast Louisiana Texas-Pan American at Hawaii Florida Atlantic Evansville at William & Mary vs. St. Michael's East Carolina

DATE Feb. 20, 1969 Dec. 24, 1989 Mar. 11, 1977 Nov. 29, 1974 Feb. 3, 1987 Dec. 9, 1969 Feb. 16, 2007 Jan. 22, 1996 Feb. 10, 1968 Dec. 21, 1999 Jan. 9, 1974 Feb. 28, 1997 Feb. 11, 2006 Dec. 18, 2005 Dec. 21, 2004 Feb. 21, 1973 Feb. 9, 2002 Dec. 3, 1994 Jan. 4, 1975 Feb. 15, 1974 Feb. 7, 1998 Jan. 2, 1970 Feb. 10, 2005 Dec. 27, 1969 Feb. 11, 1971 Dec. 13, 1960 Jan. 22, 1973

100-Point Games Breakdown (85-10)

Home: 63-3 Away: 14-7 Neutral: 8-0 Most 100-point games in a season ......................................... 20 (1969-70) Most 100-point games in conference ....................... 2, five times, last 1994-95 Most consecutive 100s ..................................... 4, four times, last 1970-71 High home total .............................................133 vs. Tampa (Jan. 26, 1972) High road total ......................................152 at Saint Peter's (Dec. 3, 1970) High neutral total ..................................109 vs. Western Ky. (Mar. 7, 1970) Highest total in a loss...........................105 vs. Loyola Marymount (Dec. 2, 1989) Highest combined total .............................258 at Saint Peter's (Dec. 3, 1970)

www.judolphins.com


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

JU vs. the AP Top 25 DATE Jan. 13, 1960 Jan. 27, 1969 Feb. 18, 1969 Mar. 7, 1969 Mar. 12, 1969 Mar. 14, 1969 Mar. 19, 1969 Mar. 21, 1969 Dec. 23, 1970 Mar. 13, 1970 Dec. 7, 1971 Jan. 26, 1972 Feb. 16, 1972 Feb. 23, 1972 Feb. 28, 1972 Mar. 23, 1972 Dec. 19, 1972 Dec. 20, 1972 Jan. 20, 1973 Jan. 27, 1973 Feb. 24, 1973 Jan. 5, 1974 Jan. 29, 1974 Mar. 23, 1974 Jan. 11, 1975 Feb. 7, 1976 Feb. 26, 1977 Feb. 18, 1978 Dec. 9, 1978 Dec. 18, 1981 Dec. 28, 1983 Dec. 17, 1985 Dec. 21, 1985 Jan. 21, 1986 Feb. 10, 1986 Nov. 21, 1987 Dec. 26, 1987 Jan. 11, 1989 Nov. 27, 1990 Dec. 17, 1991 Feb. 2, 1993 Dec. 21, 1994 Dec. 30, 1995 Dec. 6, 1997 Nov. 30, 2002 Dec. 18, 2005 Nov. 16, 2006 Dec. 16, 2006 Dec. 1, 2007 Dec. 9, 2007 Nov. 17, 2008 Dec. 17, 2008 Nov. 24, 2009 Dec. 4, 2009 Dec. 20, 2010 Nov. 25, 2011 Nov. 28, 2011 Dec. 28, 2012

JU in the AP Top 25

OPPONENT JU RANKING SCORE #15 Miami L, 70-78 at #18 Florida State 6 L, 83-89 #8 Florida State 6 W, 85-81 vs. #12 Western Ky. 6 W, 109-96 vs. #7 Iowa 4 W, 104-103 vs. #1 Kentucky 4 W, 106-100 vs. #3 Saint Bonaventure 4 W, 91-83 vs. #2 UCLA 4 L, 69-80 #10 Western Kentucky 4 L, 84-97 vs. #7 Western Ky. 11 L, 72-74 #18 Florida State 8 L, 83-90 at #10 Florida State W, 84-82 at #2 Marquette L, 79-88 #11 Florida State L, 61-70 #16 Houston W, 110-108 (ot) vs. #14 Maryland L, 77-91 #16 Oral Roberts W, 92-89 #6 Long Beach State L, 70-97 #19 Florida State 15 W, 70-66 at #14 Providence 13 L, 84-87 at #9 Houston 18 L, 75-76 #20 Austin Peay W, 93-70 #9 Providence L, 90-106 vs. #18 Purdue L, 63-78 at #19 Providence L, 87-98 at #16 Cincinnati L, 62-87 #14 Cincinnati L, 61-78 at #13 Providence L, 50-52 (ot) at #14 North Carolina L, 56-85 at #2 Kentucky L, 91-107 #10 Wake Forest L, 54-57 #1 North Carolina L, 65-69 #7 Georgia Tech L, 53-72 #18 UAB L, 67-75 #19 Western Kentucky W, 70-65 at #14 Florida L, 52-82 #3 Pittsburgh L, 67-81 #14 Florida State L, 70-85 at #4 North Carolina L, 61-104 #9 North Carolina L, 87-98 #12 Florida State L, 77-92 #8 Florida W, 68-67 at #16 Georgia L, 59-86 at #19 Florida State L, 44-74 at #23 Mississippi State L, 65-100 at #6 Florida L, 58-101 at #1 Florida L, 61-90 at #13 Texas A&M L, 58-97 at #10 Michigan State L, 51-80 at #5 Georgetown L, 55-87 at #18 Georgetown L, 62-71 at #21 Ohio State L, 68-81 at #23 California L, 47-79 #13 Florida L, 67-85 at #20 Florida W, 71-68 (ot) at #9 Florida L, 62-107 at #16 Marquette L, 56-88 at #5 Indiana L, 59-93

JU vs. the AP Top 25 Breakdown (13-45) Home: 7-16 Away: 2-26 Neutral: 4-3 As a Top 25 team .................................................................................................. 6-7 When not ranked ................................................................................................ 7-38 Most consecutive wins .............................................. 5, 2/19/69-3/19/69 Against No. 1 ........................................................................................................... 1-2 Against the Top 5 ................................................................................................... 2-9 Against the Top 10 ..............................................................................................6-19

NOTE: Jacksonville has been ranked in the AP Top 25 on 45 occasions, including a stretch of 36 straight dating from Dec. 9, 1969 to Dec. 28, 1971. The following is a list of all the games the Dolphins have played while ranked. DATE OPPONENT JU RANKING SCORE Dec. 9, 1969 Mercer 18 W, 117-63 Dec. 13, 1969 Biscayne 18 W, 130-65 Dec. 18, 1969 Georgetown (forfeit) 18 W, 41-26 Dec. 22, 1969 Harvard 18 W, 103-64 Dec. 26, 1969 vs. Arizona 13 W, 104-72 Dec. 27, 1969 at Evansville 13 W, 100-70 Jan. 2, 1970 at Hawaii 10 W, 100-78 Jan. 5, 1970 at Hawaii 10 W, 63-58 Jan. 9, 1970 Richmond 7 W, 113-77 Jan. 10, 1970 Miami 7 W, 121-87 Jan. 16, 1970 Virgin Islands 6 W, 114-66 Jan. 27, 1970 at #18 Florida State 6 L, 83-89 Jan. 30, 1970 Saint Peter's 6 W, 124-101 Feb. 2, 1970 Iona 6 W, 110-75 Feb. 5, 1970 at East Carolina 8 W, 111-94 Feb. 6, 1970 at Richmond 8 W, 88-49 Feb. 13, 1970 at Oklahoma City 7 W, 103-83 Feb. 14, 1970 at Loyola (La.) 7 W, 96-75 Feb. 18, 1970 #8 Florida State 6 W, 85-81 Feb. 24, 1970 Oklahoma City 6 W, 77-75 Feb. 26, 1970 at Georgia Tech 6 W, 86-81 Mar. 2, 1970 at Miami 6 W, 108-97 Mar. 7, 1970 vs. #12 Western Ky. 6 W, 109-96 Mar. 12, 1970 vs. #7 Iowa 4 W, 104-103 Mar. 14, 1970 vs. #1 Kentucky 4 W, 106-100 Mar. 19, 1970 vs. #3 Saint Bonaventure 4 W, 91-83 Mar. 21, 1970 vs. #2 UCLA 4 L, 69-80 Dec. 1, 1970 Biscayne 4 W, 132-88 Dec. 3, 1970 at Saint Peter's 4 W, 152-106 Dec. 7, 1970 George Washington 4 W, 110-85 Dec. 8, 1970 Florida State 3 W, 114-108 Dec. 12, 1970 at Richmond 3 W, 94-69 Dec. 23, 1970 at #10 Western Ky. 4 L, 84-97 Dec. 29, 1970 Creighton 9 W, 94-85 Dec. 30, 1970 Wake Forest 9 L, 77-78 Jan. 9, 1971 Miami 7 W, 124-82 Jan. 11, 1971 Oklahoma City 7 W, 95-67 Jan. 13, 1971 Manhattan 7 W, 67-40 Jan. 20, 1971 Furman 6 W, 94-60 Jan. 23, 1971 at Mercer 6 W, 93-76 Jan. 25, 1971 South Alabama 6 W, 91-76 Jan. 27, 1971 Florida State 6 W, 83-65 Feb. 4, 1971 at South Alabama 6 W, 102-83 Feb. 6, 1971 at Oklahoma City 6 W, 103-77 Feb. 8, 1971 Loyola (La.) 6 W, 111-93 Feb. 11, 1971 at William & Mary 6 W, 100-69 Feb. 13, 1971 at Bradley 6 W, 89-79 Feb. 15, 1971 at Florida State 6 W, 90-79 Feb. 20, 1971 Valdosta State 6 W, 124-90 Feb. 22, 1971 East Carolina 6 W, 127-69 Feb. 27, 1971 at Houston 6 L, 82-83 Mar. 2, 1971 at Miami 9 W, 94-75 Mar. 13, 1971 vs. #7 Western Ky. 11 L, 72-74 Dec. 1, 1971 Biscayne 11 W, 110-75 Dec. 4, 1971 at East Carolina 11 W, 77-68 Dec. 6, 1971 Tennessee Tech 11 W, 86-72 Dec. 7, 1971 #18 Florida State 8 L, 83-90 Dec. 11, 1971 Georgia Southern 8 W, 106-88 Dec. 18, 1971 William & Mary 14 W, 83-72 Dec. 27, 1971 Santa Clara 16 L, 88-109 Feb. 3, 1972 at Furman 17 W, 102-87 Feb. 6, 1972 at Creighton 17 L, 66-71 Feb. 12, 1972 at Cincinnati 16 L, 84-88 Jan. 10, 1973 at Furman 15 W, 73-71 Jan. 15, 1973 Texas-Pan American 15 W, 94-64 Jan. 20, 1973 #19 Florida State 15 W, 70-66 Jan. 22, 1973 East Carolina 15 W, 100-61 Jan. 27, 1973 at #14 Providence 13 L, 84-87 Jan. 31, 1973 at Stetson 15 W, 78-74 Feb. 3, 1973 at Rhode Island 15 W, 96-83 Feb. 5, 1973 Creighton 15 W, 78-62 Feb. 8, 1973 at South Alabama 16 W, 77-63 Feb. 14, 1973 at Florida State 13 L, 74-83 Feb. 16, 1973 Illinois State 13 W, 95-86 Feb. 21, 1973 South Alabama 20 W, 101-56 Feb. 24, 1973 at #9 Houston 18 L, 75-76 Feb. 28, 1973 Georgia Southern 18 W, 88-75 Mar. 10, 1973 vs. Austin Peay 16 L, 75-77 Nov. 30, 1973 vs. St. John's 17 L, 64-69 Dec. 1, 1973 vs. Auburn 17 W, 90-78 Dec. 3, 1973 Oklahoma 17 W, 66-64 Dec. 8, 1973 Georgia Southern 17 W, 82-69 Dec. 15, 1973 Oral Roberts 19 W, 91-86 Dec. 21, 1973 vs. Columbia 19 W, 58-50 Dec. 22, 1973 vs. St. John's 19 L, 60-68

www.judolphins.com

57


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Homes of the Dolphins

With its completion in 2004, JU began playing games in the stateof-the-art Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. In 2004 and 2005, the Dolphins played a single game against Florida and Florida State, respectively, before returning downtown full-time for the 2006-07 season. The Arena served as host of the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament in 2006 and 2010, and will again in 2015 as JU serves as host institution of what is now the second and third rounds.

JU at JVM

Years.................................................................................... 2004-present Games ......................................................................................................... 76 Record .................................................................................................54-22 Winning Percentage...........................................................................711

JU's return downtown brings the basketball program back to the site of its greatest success. In its first season as the official home court of the Dolphins, JU ran up an impressive 9-1 record at JVM, averaging more than 2,000 fans per game. Built in the early 1950's, Swisher Gymnasium serves as the base of operations for the Jacksonville basketball program. The Dolphins began playing in the facility in 1953 and still host games there every year. Swisher Gymnasium currently serves as JU's practice facility as well as the home for the women's basketball and volleyball programs. During its heyday, Swisher hosted the Dolphins on a regular basis until 1969, when the crowds would be pouring out of the stands and the games were moved to the more spacious Coliseum.

JU at Swisher

Years.....................................................................................1953-present Games ......................................................................................................226 Record ...............................................................................................161-65 Winning Percentage...........................................................................712

In 1999, the Dolphins moved back on campus and started a seven-year run that saw JU win 56 games, including a 12-4 home mark during the 2000-01 season. In 1959, JU began playing at the Jacksonville Coliseum, eventually moving downtown permanently in 1969, starting a relationship that would last until the Coliseum was torn down in 2001. The Coliseum was home to all five of JU's NCAA Tournament teams and was traditionally packed during each of those seasons, especially the 1969-70 season that saw the Dolphins reach the national title game. During its tenure at the Coliseum, JU hosted programs such as Florida, Florida State, North Carolina, Wake Forest, Villanova, Pitt, Ohio State and Maryland.

JU at the Coliseum

Years.........................................................................................1959-2000 Games ......................................................................................................457 Record ........................................................................................... 278-179 Winning Percentage..........................................................................608

58

The Coliseum also served as the site of the annual Gator Bowl Tournament -- which ran from the early 1960's until 1991 -- as well as the 1999 and 2000 Atlantic Sun Tournaments.

www.judolphins.com


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Scoring Records

POINTS Game: 59 Season: 783 Career: 2,184

Ernie Fleming vs. St. Peter’s Roger Strickland Ralph Tiner

TOP 10 SCORING PERFORMANCES - GAME 59 Ernie Fleming vs. St. Peter’s 54 Dick Pruet vs. MacMurray 52 Roger Strickland vs. Georgia Southern 50 Roger Strickland vs. Tampa 50 Artis Gilmore vs. Biscayne 47 Roger Strickland vs. Miami 46 Roger Strickland vs. Rollins 46 Artis Gilmore vs. St. Peter’s 45 James Ray vs. South Florida 43 Rex Morgan vs. Fairleigh Dickinson TOP 10 SCORING PERFORMANCES - SEASON 783 Roger Strickland 742 Artis Gilmore 682 Ernie Fleming 661 Ronnie Murphy 656 Ralph Tiner 652 Ben Smith 638 Roger Strickland 618 Leon Benbow 613 Rex Morgan 589 Dee Brown 1,000 POINT SCORERS 1. Ralph Tiner 2. Ben Smith 3. Ronnie Murphy 4. Artemus McClary 5. Otis Smith 6. Roger Strickland 7. Dick Pruet 8. James Ray 9. Jim Kirkland 10. Reggie Law 11. Mike Hackett 12. Dee Brown 13. Leon Benbow 14. Lehmon Colbert 15. Artis Gilmore Marcus Allen 17. Kevin Sheppard 18. Gene Martineau 19. Ayron Hardy 20. Danny Pearson 21. Rex Morgan 22. Ernie Fleming 23. Micah Ross 24. Curtis Taylor 25. Harold Fox 26. Wayne Kruer 27. Barry Brown 28. Maurice Rouhlac

2,184 1,971 1,937 1,789 1,715 1,691 1,648 1,591 1,574 1,531 1,508 1,503 1,407 1,460 1,312 1,312 1,290 1,172 1,233 1,123 1,122 1,115 1,093 1,091 1,077 1,052 1,049 1,004

1/29/72 1961-62 1962-65 1/29/72 12/22/65 2/24/62 1/26/62 12/1/70 1/10/62 2/16/62 1/30/70 1/23/80 1/25/69 1961-62 1969-70 1971-72 1986-87 1963-64 2009-10 1962-63 1973-74 1968-69 1988-89 1962-65 2007-10 1984-87 1993-96 1983-86 1961-63 1964-67 1977-80 1958-61 1989-92 1979-82 1987-90 1972-74 2007-10 1970-71 2006-09 2000-03 1964-67 2007-11 1984-87 1969-70 1971-72 1995-98 1987-90 1971-72 1965-68 1992-94 1980-83

CAREER SCORING AVERAGE 27.3 Roger Strickland 24.3 Artis Gilmore 22.0 Rex Morgan 21.4 Ralph Tiner 20.6 Ernie Fleming 19.9 Harold Fox 19.4 Jim Kirkland 19.1 Barry Brown 17.0 Ronnie Murphy 17.0 Leon Benbow

1961-63 1970-71 1969-70 1962-65 1971-72 1971-72 1958-61 1993-94 1984-87 1972-74

TEAM RECORDS Game: 152 vs. St. Peter’s Season: 2,811

12/3/70 1969-70

TOP 10 MOST POINTS - GAME 152 vs. St. Peter’s 133 vs. Tampa 132 vs. Biscayne 132 vs. St. Peter’s 130 vs. Biscayne 128 vs. Rollins 127 vs. East Carolina 124 vs. St. Peter’s 124 vs. Miami 124 vs. Valdosta State

12/3/70 1/26/62 12/1/70 11/29/72 12/13/69 12/11/63 2/22/71 1/30/70 1/9/71 2/20/71

TOP 10 MOST PTS. - SEASON 1. 2,811 2. 2,598 3. 2,532 4. 2,422 5. 2,406 6. 2,386 7. 2,304 8. 2,294 9. 2,262 10. 2,248

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1988-89 1986-87 1973-74 2009-10 1972-73 1991-92 2007-08

TOP 10 AVERAGES - SEASON 1. 100.4 2. 99.9 3. 90.4 4. 86.3 5. 85.5 6. 85.1 7. 85.0 8. 84.8 9. 84.6 10. 80.7

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1962-63 1960-61 1963-64 1972-73 1968-69 1961-62 1988-89

www.judolphins.com

59


Year 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 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 Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

60

MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Yearly Scoring Leaders Player Jim Kirkland Jim Kirkland Jim Kirkland Roger Strickland Roger Strickland Roger Strickland Ralph Tiner Ralph Tiner Dick Pruet Dick Pruet Rod McIntyre Rex Morgan Artis Gilmore Artis Gilmore Ernie Fleming Butch Taylor Leon Benbow Ricky Coleman Kent Glover Kent Glover Ron Anthony James Ray James Ray Mike Hackett Mike Hackett Otis Smith Ronnie Murphy Otis Smith Otis Smith Ronnie Murphy Troy Mundine Dee Brown Dee Brown Reggie Law Tim Burroughs Barry Brown Barry Brown Artemus McClary Artemus McClary John Knox Micah Ross Calvin Slaughter Calvin Slaughter Brandon Williams Shawn Platts Travis Robinson Calvin Warner H. Quaintance H. Quaintance Antonio Cool Jesse Kimbrough Ben Smith Ben Smith Ben Smith Player Ayron Hardy Aloys Cabell Keith McDougald

G 18 19 21 12 24 26 26 26 23 22 26 23 28 26 28 27 30 26 26 23 22 30 29 26 27 29 26 29 31 30 29 30 29 28 28 27 28 27 28 28 27 27 25 28 28 24 23 28 27 27 29 31 32 33 G 32 29 28

Pts. 377 329 399 270 783 638 656 535 447 433 553 613 742 570 682 475 618 551 462 347 426 483 498 314 562 414 465 375 473 661 431 589 561 494 436 467 582 553 518 524 341 427 405 406 405 336 289 399 367 415 405 491 540 652 Pts. 392 358 366

Avg. 20.9 17.3 19.0 22.5 32.6 24.5 25.2 20.6 19.4 19.7 21.2 26.7 26.5 21.9 24.4 17.6 20.6 21.2 17.8 15.1 19.4 16.1 17.2 12.1 20.8 14.3 17.9 12.9 15.3 22.0 14.9 19.6 19.3 17.6 15.6 17.3 20.8 20.5 18.5 18.7 12.6 15.8 16.2 14.5 14.5 14.0 16.9 14.3 13.6 15.4 14.0 15.8 16.9 19.8 Avg. 12.3 12.3 13.1

www.judolphins.com


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Field Goal Records

FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 24 Season: 307 307 Career: 815

Dick Pruet vs. MacMurray Roger Strickland Artis Gilmore Ralph Tiner

FIELD GOALS MADE - GAME 24 Dick Pruet vs. MacMurray 22 Ernie Fleming vs. St. Peter’s 21 Roger Strickland vs. Rollins 20 Roger Strickland vs. Tampa 20 Artis Gilmore vs. St. Peter’s 19 Artis Gilmore vs. Geo. Wash. 18 Roger Strickland vs. Miami 18 Roger Strickland vs. Fla. Southern 18 Roger Strickland vs. Georgia Southern 17 Roger Strickland vs. Nicholls St. 17 Roger Strickland vs. Oglethorpe FIELD GOALS MADE - SEASON 307 Artis Gilmore 307 Roger Strickland 263 Roger Strickland 262 Ernie Fleming 252 Leon Benbow 246 Ralph Tiner 243 Ronnie Murphy 231 Dee Brown 229 Artis Gilmore 222 Artemus McClary

1962-65 1984-87 1993-96 1983-86 1972-74 1961-63 1977-80 1964-67 1988-91 1979-82 Roger Strickland vs. Miami Roger Strickland Ronnie Murphy

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPT - GAME 40 Roger Strickland vs. Miami 34 Roger Strickland vs. Miami 32 Roger Strickland vs. Tampa 32 Roger Strickland vs. Tampa 32 Ernie Fleming vs. St. Peter’s 31 Roger Strickland vs. Ga. Southern 31 Roger Strickland vs. Cumberland 31 Dick Pruet vs. Hofstra FG ATTEMPTS - SEASON 644 Roger Strickland 568 Roger Strickland 529 Artis Gilmore 521 Ronnie Murphy 509 Leon Benbow 477 Harold Fox 466 Dee Brown 460 Ernie Fleming 458 Ben Smith 450 Henry Williams

12/22/65 1/29/72 2/16/62 1/26/62 1/30/70 12/7/70 1/10/62 2/12/62 2/24/62 1/8/62 3/2/62 1969-70 1961-62 1962-63 1971-72 1973-74 1963-64 1986-87 1989-90 1970-71 1994-95

FIELD GOALS MADE - CAREER 815 Ralph Tiner 770 Ronnie Murphy 692 Artemus McClary 685 Otis Smith 677 Leon Benbow 672 Roger Strickland 655 James Ray 638 Dick Pruet 631 Reggie Law 600 Mike Hackett FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Game: 40 Season: 644 Career: 1,699

12/22/65 1961-62 1969-70 1962-65

1/10/62 1961-62 1984-87 1/10/62 12/3/61 12/4/61 1/26/62 12/3/70 2/24/62 1/30/62 12/23/66 1961-62 1962-63 1969-70 1986-87 1973-74 1971-72 1989-90 1971-72 2009-10 1972-73

FG ATTEMPTS - CAREER 1,699 Ronnie Murphy 1,464 Ralph Tiner 1,437 Otis Smith 1,407 Ben Smith 1,407 Roger Strickland 1,325 Dick Pruet 1,309 Artemus McClary 1,235 Reggie Law 1,217 Dee Brown 1,216 Leon Benbow FG PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 Season: .670 Career: .646

1984-87 1962-65 1983-86 2007-10 1961-63 1964-67 1993-96 1988-91 1987-90 1972-74 nine times (11-11 best) Pembrook Burrows Pembrook Burrows

FG PERCENTAGE - GAME 11-11 Jure Lozancic at Troy State 10-10 Rex Morgan vs. Kentucky 10-10 Carlos Bermudez vs. Samford 9-9 Pembrook Burrows vs. Biscayne 9-9 Ronnie Murphy vs. Bethune Cook. 8-8 James Ray vs. UNC-Charlotte 8-8 Linwood Davis vs. Eckerd 7-7 Mario Brown vs. Mercer 7-7 Cricket Williams vs. So. Ala. 24-26 (.923) Dick Pruet vs. MacM. 12-13 (.923) Rex Morgan vs. Virgin Islands

1970-71 1969-71 12/17/03 3/14/70 11/29/74 12/1/70 1/2/86 1/28/78 11/27/82 2/17/06 12/13/78 12/22/65 1/16/70

FG PERCENTAGE - SEASON .670 Pembrook Burrows .622 Pembrook Burrows .613 Willie McDuffie .610 Butch Taylor .609 Sean Byrd .606 Ayron Hardy .605 Ralph Tiner .592 Willie McDuffie .591 Rod McIntyre .587 Micah Ross

1970-71 1969-70 1985-86 1972-73 1987-88 2008-09 1962-63 1986-87 1968-69 1997-98

FG PERCENTAGE - CAREER .646 Pembrook Burrows .613 Willie McDuffie .610 Butch Taylor .579 Mario Brown .574 Artis Gilmore .571 Ernie Fleming .557 Ralph Tiner .556 Abe Steward .549 Mike Hackett .548 Calvin Slaughter

1970-71 1985-87 1973-74 2004-06 1970-71 1971-72 1962-65 1972-73 1979-82 1999-00

FG MADE - TEAM Game: 65 vs. St. Peter’s Season: 1,118

12/3/70 1969-70

FG MADE - GAME 65 vs. St. Peter’s 56 vs. Rollins 53 vs. Valdosta State 53 vs. Miami 52 vs. Biscayne 51 vs. St. Peter’s 50 eight times, last vs. Cent. Conn. State

www.judolphins.com

12/3/70 12/11/63 1/14/58 1/9/71 12/13/69 1/29/72 3/2/87

61


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Yearly Field Goal Leaders

FG MADE - SEASON 1. 1,118 2. 1,018 3. 1,007 4. 952 5. 934 6. 904 7. 885 8. 884 9. 880 10. 865

1969-70 1973-74 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1988-89 1989-90 1977-78 1986-87 1962-63

FG ATTEMPTS -TEAM Game: 126 vs. St. Peter’s Season: 2,156

12/3/70 1973-74

FG ATTEMPTS - GAME 126 vs. St. Peter’s 99 vs. Ga. Southern 97 vs. Rollins 96 vs. Hawaii 94 vs. Biscayne 93 vs. Miami 93 vs. Houston 92 vs. Harvard 92 vs. St. Peter’s 91 vs. Geo. Washington

12/3/70 1/17/62 12/11/63 1/2/70 12/13/69 1/16/65 2/28/72 12/22/69 1/29/72 12/7/70

FG ATTEMPTS - SEASON 1. 2,156 2. 2,137 3. 2,008 4. 1,970 5. 1,915 6. 1,879 7. 1,872 8. 1,846 1,846 10. 1,840 FG PERCENTAGE -TEAM Game: .796 Season: .542

1973-74 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 2009-10 1988-89 1986-87 1989-90 2010-11 1962-63 vs. Valdosta St. (39-49) (1,077-2,008)

FG PERCENTAGE - GAME .796 vs. Valdosta State (39-49) .714 vs. Miami (50-70) .674 vs. Florida State (31-46) .650 vs. Stetson (39-60) .649 vs. Troy State (37-57) .646 vs. Old Dominion (31-48) .641 vs. MacMurray (50-78) .632 vs. Columbia (31-49) .631 vs. Bethune-Cookman (41-65) FG PERCENTAGE - SEASON .542 (1,077-2,008) .524 (1,118-2,137) .501 (934-1,866) .497 (884-1,777) .494 (835-1,691) .490 (730-1,491) .487 (704-1,447) .483 (883-1,724) .481 (904-1,879) .479 (885-1,846)

62

12/13/57 1970-71 12/13/57 1/10/70 2/3/79 2/15/82 2/5/00 1/9/88 12/22/65 12/1/84 1/2/86 1970-71 1969-70 1972-73 1977-78 1978-79 1968-69 1965-66 1985-86 1988-89 1989-90

Year 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

www.judolphins.com

Player Ralph Tiner Ralph Tiner Ralph Tiner Ralph Tiner Wayne Kruer Wayne Kruer Rod McIntyre Rod McIntyre Pembrook Burrows Pembrook Burrows Ernie Fleming Butch Taylor Butch Taylor Carlos Bermudez Marvin Lloyd Felton Young James Ray James Ray Steve Tutson Mike Hackett Mike Hackett Linwood Davis Andrew Hinton Willie McDuffie Willie McDuffie Willie McDuffie Sean Byrd Reggie Law Chris Capers Tim Burroughs Tim Burroughs Artemus McClary Artemus McClary Artemus McClary Aaron Fox Micah Ross Micah Ross Calvin Slaughter Jeremy Davis Shawn Platts Tabari Brown Calvin Warner Haminn Quaintance Haminn Quaintance Mario Brown Tyrone Curnell Marcus Allen Ayron Hardy Ayron Hardy Ayron Hardy Glenn Powell Glenn Powell

G 24 26 26 26 23 24 26 22 28 26 28 27 30 26 25 29 23 30 29 26 27 28 28 29 31 30 28 30 29 27 28 27 28 27 28 28 27 27 25 28 27 23 28 27 26 27 30 32 33 32 30 32

FG Pct. .561 .605 .584 .486 .543 .508 .564 .591 .622 .670 .570 .610 .540 .569 .510 .533 .572 .579 .551 .500 .569 .527 .497 .563 .613 .592 .609 .534 .551 .539 .502 .524 .538 .547 .527 .488 .587 .559 .556 .555 .570 .536 .532 .512 .560 .529 .558 .606 .506 .530 .549 .525


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE 3-Point FG Records

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 10 Season: 98 Career: 235

John Knox vs. UALR John Knox John Knox

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE - GAME 10 John Knox vs. UALR 9 John Knox vs. Arkansas State 8 John Knox vs. Arkansas State 8 Ben Smith at Georgia Tech 7 six times, last Ben Smith vs. ETSU 3-POINT FG MADE - SEASON 98 John Knox 83 Kelly McKinnon 81 Ben Smith 78 Jerome Malloy 76 John Knox 74 Brandon Williams 72 Jerome Malloy 69 Ronnie Murphy 69 Travis Robinson 66 Two with (last, Ben Smith)

2/17/97 1996-97 1996-98 2/17/97 2/28/97 11/30/96 11/28/08 2/27/10 1996-97 1991-92 2009-10 1995-96 1995-96 1999-00 1994-95 1986-87 2001-02 2008-09

3-POINT FG MADE - CAREER 235 John Knox 220 Ben Smith 156 Kevin Sheppard 150 Jerome Malloy 140 Brandon Williams 132 Nate Burrell 132 James Daniels 122 Keith McDougald 120 Evan Jefferson 112 Barry Brown

1995-97 2006-10 1999-03 1994-96 2000-01 1991-94 1999-03 2010-pres. 2005-09 1991-94

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS Game: 17 John Knox vs. Fordham 17 John Knox vs. UALR Season: 258 John Knox Career: 592 John Knox

12/28/96 2/17/97 1996-97 1996-98

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS - GAME 17 John Knox vs. Fordham 17 John Knox vs. UALR 16 Travis Robinson at Troy State 15 John Knox vs. Arkansas St. 14 seven times, last Dylan Fritsch at FGCU 3-PT FG ATTEMPTS - SEASON 258 John Knox 226 Ben Smith 204 Jerome Malloy 188 Travis Robinson 183 Brandon Williams 181 David Lee 179 Brandon Williams 177 Kelly McKinnon 177 Jerome Malloy 173 John Knox

12/28/96 2/17/97 1/28/02 11/30/96 1/5/13 1996-98 2009-10 1995-96 2001-02 1999-00 2003-04 2000-01 1991-92 1994-95 1995-96

3-PT FG ATTEMPTS - CAREER 625 Ben Smith 592 John Knox 459 Kevin Sheppard 423 James Daniels 381 Jerome Malloy 362 Brandon Williams 347 Keith McDougald 328 Evan Jefferson 314 Nate Burrell 314 Barry Brown 3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 James Daniels at FAU (5-5) Season: .574 Kelly McKinnon (27-47) Career: .510 Danny Pearson (53-104) 3-POINT FG PCT. - GAME (Min. 5 made) 1.000 James Daniels at Florida Atlantic (5-5) .857 Danny Pearson vs. ODU (6-7) .833 John Malloy vs. Western Ky. (5-6) .833 Calvin Warner at Texas (5-6) .818 John Knox vs. Arkansas St. (9-11) .750 Kelly McKinnon vs. FSU (6-8) .714 Ronnie Murphy vs. South Ala. (5-7) .714 James Fuller vs. South Ala. (5-7) .714 Nate Burrell vs. Lamar (5-7) .714 Nate Burrell vs. Stetson (5-7)

2006-10 1996-98 1999-2003 1999-2003 1995-96 2000-01 2010-pres. 2005-09 1991-94 1993-94 1/2/02 1990-91 1985-87 1/2/02 1/17/87 1/26/95 12/15/01 2/28/97 11/26/91 1/6/87 2/27/92 1/16/93 11/27/93

3-PT FG PCT. - SEASON .574 Kelly McKinnon .510 Danny Pearson .476 Ronnie Murphy .469 Kelly McKinnon .467 Shawn Platts .460 Pat Laguerre .461 Nate Burrell .439 John Knox .429 Pat Laguerre .426 Dee Brown

1990-91 1986-87 1986-87 1991-92 2000-01 1988-89 1993-94 1995-96 1986-87 1988-89

3-PT FG PCT. - CAREER .510 Danny Pearson .490 Kelly McKinnon .476 Ronnie Murphy .429 Shawn Platts .426 Pat Laguerre .421 Nate Burrell .397 John Knox .394 Jerome Malloy .387 Brandon Williams .384 James Fuller

1985-87 1991-92 1984-87 1999-01 1986-89 1991-94 1996-98 1994-96 2000-01 1992

3-POINT FG MADE -TEAM Game: 15 at Troy State Season: 200

12/17/03 2001-02

3-PT FG MADE - GAME 15 at Troy State 13 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock 13 vs. Saint Leo 12 eight times, last at East Tennessee State

12/17/03 2/17/97 11/22/02 12/21/09

www.judolphins.com

63


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

Yearly 3-Point FG Leaders

3-POINT FG MADE - SEASON 1. 201 2. 200 3. 192 4. 188 5. 183 6. 176 7. 175 175 9. 174 10. 172

2008-09 2001-02 2003-04 1986-87 1991-92 2009-10 2006-07 2000-01 1999-00 2005-06

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS -TEAM Game: 34 at Troy State Season: 629

12/17/03 2001-02

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS - GAME 34 at Troy State 32 at Troy State 31 vs. Washington 31 vs. Troy State 31 at Illinois State 30 vs. Georgia State 29 vs. Jacksonville State 29 at Mercer 28 five times, last at Lipscomb

12/17/03 1/28/02 12/23/91 1/19/02 12/18/02 2/2/02 1/3/00 2/16/07 2/26/09

3-PT FG ATTEMPTS - SEASON 1. 629 2. 574 3. 554 4. 546 5. 540 6. 529 7. 512 8. 507 9. 492 10. 488 3-POINT FG PCT. -TEAM Game: .750 Season: .456

2001-02 2008-09 2003-04 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10 2012-13 1991-92 1999-00 2005-06 vs. Savannah St. (6-8) (188-412)

3-PT FG PCT. - GAME .750 vs. Savannah State (6-8) .727 vs. UNC-Charlotte (8-11) .667 vs. SW Louisiana (10-15) .667 vs. Va. Commonwealth (6-9) .667 vs. UAB (6-9) .643 vs. Arkansas State (9-14) .636 vs. Oklahoma State (7-11) .632 vs. Stetson (12-19) .632 at Florida Gulf Coast (12-19) .615 vs. Kennesaw State (8-13) 3-POINT FG PCT. - SEASON .456 (188-412) .405 (119-294) .385 (167-434) .382 (166-435) .364 (175-481) .361 (164-454) .361 (183-507) .358 (143-400) .354 (174-492) .352 (172-488)

64

12/6/03 1986-87 12/6/03 1/23/87 2/22/96 2/7/87 2/18/89 2/28/97 12/6/86 11/27/93 2/28/08 1/4/10 1986-87 1988-89 1995-96 1993-94 2000-01 2004-05 1991-92 1994-95 1999-00 2005-06

Year 1982-83 1986-87 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 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Player Maurice Roulhac Danny Pearson Troy Mundine Pat Laguerre Dee Brown Kelly McKinnon Kelly McKinnon Nate Burrell Nate Burrell Jerome Malloy John Knox John Knox John Knox Shawn Platts Shawn Platts Brandon Williams Shawn Platts Travis Robinson Kevin Sheppard Jarred Stockton Antonio Cool Marcus Allen Jesse Kimbrough Ben Smith Ayron Hardy Ben Smith Travis Cohn Aloys Cabell Keith McDougald

Year 1982-83 1986-87 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 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Player Maurice Roulhac Ronnie Murphy Troy Mundine Pat Laguerre Dee Brown Kelly McKinnon Kelly McKinnon Barry Brown Nate Burrell Jerome Malloy John Knox John Knox John Knox Ivin Gunder Brandon Williams Brandon Williams Travis Robinson James Daniels David Lee Antonio Cool Antonio Cool Jesse Kimbrough Ben Smith Ben Smith Ben Smith Keith McDougald Aloys Cabell Dylan Fritsch

www.judolphins.com

G 28 30 29 30 29 19 29 27 27 25 28 28 24 26 27 28 24 29 28 29 27 29 31 32 33 31 29 26

G 28 30 29 30 29 19 29 26 27 25 28 28 24 26 22 27 28 24 29 28 29 27 29 31 32 33 31 29 28

Pct. .320 .510 .337 .460 .375 .574 .469 .389 .461 .407 .439 .380 .379 .385 .404 .404 .467 .367 .341 .407 .405 .442 .409 .370 .429 .358 .369 .408 .363

3FGM 24 69 29 58 30 27 83 48 63 72 78 98 61 50 74 66 69 55 60 47 55 36 47 66 81 45 42 59

Avg. 0.9 2.3 1.0 1.9 1.0 1.4 2.9 1.8 2.3 2.9 2.8 3.5 2.5 1.9 2.7 2.4 2.9 1.9 2.1 1.6 2.0 1.2 1.5 2.1 2.5 1.5 1.4 2.3


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Free Throw Records

FREE THROWS MADE Game: 18 Season: 215 Career: 609

Artis Gilmore vs. Biscayne Rex Morgan Ben Smith

FREE THROWS MADE - GAME 18 Artis Gilmore vs. Biscayne 17 Rod McIntyre vs. Stetson 17 Rex Morgan vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 16 Pete Fannon vs. Rollins 16 Roger Strickland vs. Georgia Southern 15 Wayne Kruer vs. Stetson 15 Rex Morgan vs. Florida State 15 Ernie Fleming vs. St. Peter’s 14 Jim Kirkland vs. St. Michael’s 14 Ralph Tiner vs. Tennessee Tech 14 Ben Smith vs. Savannah State 14 Ben Smith at Mercer 14 Ben Smith vs. North Florida

12/1/70 1968-69 2006-10 12/1/70 12/12/67 1/25/69 2/1/58 2/24/62 12/7/66 12/7/68 1/29/72 12/13/60 12/31/64 11/11/08 2/20/10 3/3/10

FREE THROWS MADE - SEASON 215 Rex Morgan 209 Rod McIntyre 197 Ben Smith 185 Ben Smith 169 Roger Strickland 164 Ralph Tiner 164 Harold Fox 158 Ernie Fleming 153 Ralph Tiner 138 Ben Smith

1968-69 1967-68 2009-10 2007-08 1961-62 1963-64 1971-72 1971-72 1962-63 2008-09

FREE THROWS MADE - CAREER 609 Ben Smith 554 Ralph Tiner 401 Artemus McClary 378 Jim Kirkland 372 Dick Pruet 347 Roger Strickland 344 Rex Morgan 343 Otis Smith 330 Rod McIntyre 328 Ronnie Murphy

2006-10 1962-65 1993-96 1958-61 1964-67 1961-63 1969-70 1983-86 1968-70 1984-87

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Game: 26 Season: 293 Career: 787

Artis Gilmore vs. Biscayne Rod McIntyre Ralph Tiner

FT ATTEMPTS - GAME 26 Artis Gilmore vs. Biscayne 23 Rex Morgan vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 21 Rod McIntyre vs. Wilmington 19 Ralph Tiner vs. Tennessee Tech 19 Mike Hackett vs. UNC-Charlotte 19 Micah Ross vs. Arizona St. 18 Roger Strickland vs. Georgia Southern 18 Ralph Tiner vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 18 Rod McIntyre vs. Stetson 18 Rod McIntyre vs. Richmond 18 Ben Smith vs. North Florida FT ATTEMPTS - SEASON 293 Rod McIntrye 276 Rex Morgan 226 Ben Smith 225 Ralph Tiner 224 Artemus McClary 224 Ben Smith

12/1/70 1967-68 1962-65 12/1/70 1/25/69 12/4/67 12/31/64 1/13/82 11/22/96 2/24/62 2/2/63 12/12/67 12/18/67 3/3/10 1967-68 1968-69 2009-10 1962-63 1995-96 2007-08

220 212 212 210

Ralph Tiner Mike Hackett Micah Ross Ernie Fleming

1963-64 1981-82 1996-97 1971-72

FT ATTEMPTS - CAREER 787 Ralph Tiner 754 Ben Smith 685 Artemus McClary 511 Mike Hackett 470 Otis Smith 457 Rod McIntyre 452 Rex Morgan 448 Lehmon Colbert 443 Ronnie Murphy 438 Gene Martineau

1962-65 2006-10 1993-96 1979-82 1983-86 1968-70 1969-70 2006-10 1984-87 1964-67

FT PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 - 12 times (10-10 or better) Season: .909 Cricket Williams (70-77) Career: .861 John Knox (136-158)

1977-78 1996-98

FREE THROW PCT. - GAME 1.000 13 Times (10-10 or better): 16-16 Pete Fannon vs. Rollins 13-13 Ed Johnson vs. Southern Miss. 13-13 Wayne Kruer vs. Georgia Tech 12-12 Ronnie Murphy vs. UNC-Charlotte 12-12 Danny Pearson vs. George Wash. 11-11 Aubrey Conerly at Coastal Carolina 11-11 Roger Strickland vs. Miami 11-11 Tommy Sweat vs. W. Carey 10-10 Roger Strickland vs. Tampa 10-10 Curtis Taylor vs. FSU 10-10 Artemus McClary vs. FAU 10-10 Ben Smith at North Florida 10-10 Delwan Graham vs. North Florida

2/1/58 1/26/65 2/12/68 1/18/86 12/29/86 12/11/05 12/3/61 2/2/62 1/26/62 1/8/90 2/10/95 1/18/10 2/8/11

FT PCT. - SEASON .909 Cricket Williams .900 Vaughn Wedeking .881 John Knox .880 Roger Strickland .875 Henry Williams .870 Jerome Malloy .866 John Knox .859 Phil Parisi .859 Ed Johnson .859 Kent Glover

1977-78 1968-69 1995-96 1960-61 1972-73 1994-95 1997-98 1976-77 1964-65 1971-72

FT PERCENTAGE - CAREER .861 John Knox .853 Kent Glover .825 Curtis Taylor .820 Roger Strickland .815 Jerome Malloy .808 Ben Smith .803 Danny Pearson .798 Pat Laguerre .796 Chip Dublin .788 Cricket Williams

1996-98 1976-77 1988-90 1961-63 1995-96 2006-10 1985-87 1986-89 1969-71 1976-79

FT MADE - TEAM Game: 38 vs. Biscayne Season: 628

12/1/70 1971-72

www.judolphins.com

65


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

FT MADE - GAME 38 vs. Biscayne 37 vs. South Carolina State 37 vs. St. Bonaventure 37 vs. Bethune-Cookman 36 vs. Southern Mississippi 36 vs. Va. Commonwealth 35 vs. North Texas State 35 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock 34 vs. St. Michael’s 34 vs. William Carey 34 vs. Florida State 34 vs. UNF FT MADE - SEASON 1. 628 2. 575 3. 574 4. 553 5. 522 6. 519 7. 513 8. 495 9. 491 10. 478 FT ATTEMPTS - TEAM Game: 54 Season: 872

1971-72 1969-70 1968-69 2007-08 2009-10 1963-64 1967-68 1988-89 1964-65 1993-94 vs. Southern Miss.

FT ATTEMPTS - GAME 54 vs. Southern Mississippi 50 vs. St. Michael’s 49 vs. Stetson 48 vs. Biscayne 48 vs. North Texas State 12/30/71 48 vs. Va. Commonwealth 47 vs. Western Kentucky 47 vs. Arkansas State 46 vs. St. Peter’s 46 vs. Bethune-Cookman 12/19/91 46 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock FT ATTEMPTS - SEASON 1. 872 2. 842 3. 752 4. 749 749 6. 739 7. 737 8. 734 9. 733 733 FT PERCENTAGE -TEAM Game: 1.000 Season: .780 (574-733)

12/2/88 1971-72 12/2/88 12/13/60 1/3/08 12/1/70 3/4/89 2/27/93 1/9/95 1/27/61 2/24/96 1971-72 1969-70 2007-08 2008-09 1995-96 2009-10 1963-64 1967-68 1968-69 1993-94

vs. UAB (20-20)

FT PERCENTAGE - GAME 1.000 vs. UAB (20-20) 1.000 vs. Stetson (15-15) .950 vs. Auburn (19-20) .950 vs. South Alabama (19-20) .944 vs. Western Kentucky (17-18) .941 at Florida (16-17) .933 at USC Upstate (14-15) .923 vs. Stetson (24-26) .923 vs. UNC-Charlotte (24-26) .923 vs. Florida Atlantic (24-26)

66

12/1/70 11/25/06 3/19/70 12/19/91 12/2/88 3/4/89 12/30/71 1/26/94 12/13/60 2/2/62 12/7/68 2/12/09

2/18/89 1968-69 2/18/89 2/23/63 12/11/65 2/21/85 2/11/93 12/3/07 1/27/08 12/9/65 1/28/78 1/27/01

FT PERCENTAGE - SEASON .780 (574-733) .779 (426-547) .745 (495-664) .735 (553-752) .728 (438-601) .724 (417-576) .724 (458-633) .723 (628-872) .717 (379-528) .715 (441-617)

1968-69 1972-73 1988-89 2007-08 1965-66 1978-79 1986-87 1971-72 1977-78 1961-62

Yearly Free Throw Leaders Year 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Player Roger Strickland Roger Strickland Dick Pruet Ed Johnson Wayne Kruer Wayne Kruer Tom Erney Vaughn Wedeking Chip Dublin Chip Dublin Harold Fox Henry Williams Leon Benbow Ricky Coleman Kent Glover Kent Glover Phil Parisi Cricket Williams Cricket Williams Maurice Roulhac Maurice Roulhac Maurice Roulhac Maurice Roulhac Andrew Hinton Cleveland Williams Danny Pearson Danny Pearson Dee Brown Curtis Taylor Curtis Taylor Tim Burroughs Kelly McKinnon Kent Shafer Terrell Johnson Jerome Malloy John Knox Josh Krieger John Knox Ivin Gunder Brandon Williams Brandon Williams Shawn Platts Kevin Sheppard Kevin Sheppard David Lee Aubrey Conerly Aubrey Conerly Ben Smith Ben Smith Aric Brooks Travis Cohn Ayron Hardy Keith McDougald Russell Powell

www.judolphins.com

G 24 26 26 26 23 24 25 24 28 26 28 27 30 26 26 23 23 28 30 28 26 21 28 28 27 31 30 28 30 29 27 28 27 27 25 28 25 24 26 27 28 28 29 29 28 28 27 29 31 32 33 32 19 32

Pct. .809 .806 .759 .859 .832 .811 .800 .900 .776 .849 .815 .875 .765 .838 .850 .859 .859 .909 .764 .846 .707 .818 .703 .831 .796 .817 .857 .818 .850 .833 .615 .785 .706 .744 .870 .881 .870 .866 .826 .778 .835 .835 .747 .765 .798 .786 .838 .824 .848 .859 .821 .791 .774 .780


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE REBOUNDS Game: 34 Season: 621 Career: 1,224

Artis Gilmore vs. St. Peter’s Artis Gilmore Artis Gilmore

REBOUNDS - GAME 34 Artis Gilmore vs. St. Peter’s 32 Artis Gilmore vs. Mercer 30 Artis Gilmore vs. Biscayne 30 Artis Gilmore vs. St. Peter’s 29 Artis Gilmore vs. Richmond 29 Artis Gilmore vs. Biscayne 29 Artis Gilmore vs. George Washington 28 Artis Gilmore vs. Hawaii 28 Artis Gilmore vs. Florida State 28 Artis Gilmore vs. Loyola (La.) 28 Artis Gilmore vs. East Carolina

Rebound Records Yearly Rebound Leaders 12/3/70 1970-71 1970-71

12/3/70 12/9/69 12/13/69 1/30/70 1/9/70 12/1/70 12/7/70 1/2/70 1/27/71 2/8/71 2/22/71

REBOUNDS - SEASON 621 Artis Gilmore 603 Artis Gilmore 370 Tim Burroughs 364 Butch Taylor 350 Tim Burroughs 327 Butch Taylor 314 Abe Steward 304 Mike Hackett 283 Rod McIntyre 280 Roger Strickland

1970-71 1969-70 1991-92 1973-74 1990-91 1972-73 1971-72 1981-82 1967-68 1962-63

REBOUNDS - CAREER 1,224 Artis Gilmore 950 Dick Pruet 939 Gene Martineau 911 Otis Smith 883 Artemus McClary 862 Mike Hackett 808 Marcus Allen 793 James Ray 747 James Kirkland

1970-71 1964-67 1964-67 1983-86 1993-96 1979-82 2006-09 1977-80 1958-61

REBOUND AVERAGE - CAREER 22.7* Artis Gilmore 13.1 Tim Burroughs 12.1 Butch Taylor 10.9 Roger Strickland 10.3 Rod McIntyre 10.0 Abe Steward 9.8 Dick Pruet 9.3 Gene Martineau 9.2 James Kirkland 8.5 Mike Hackett *NCAA Record REBOUNDS - TEAM Game: 82 Season: 1,561 REBOUNDS - GAME 82 vs. St. Peter’s 79 vs. Harvard 76 vs. Mercer 73 vs. Tampa 71 vs. Rollins 70 vs. Hawaii 66 vs. Rollins 66 vs. Miami 65 vs. Harvard 65 vs. Columbia

1970-71 1991-92 1973-74 1961-63 1968-70 1972-73 1964-67 1964-67 1958-61 1979-82

vs. St. Peter’s

12/3/70 1969-70 12/3/70 12/22/69 12/9/69 1/13/64 2/5/65 1/2/70 2/19/65 1/9/71 12/22/69 12/21/73

Year 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Player Jim Kirkland Eddie Cone Jim Kirkland Jim Kirkland Roger Strickland Roger Strickland Dick Pruet Dick Pruet Dick Pruet Dick Pruet Rod McIntyre Rod McIntyre Artis Gilmore Artis Gilmore Abe Steward Butch Taylor Butch Taylor Carlos Bermudez Marvin Lloyd Felton Young Ron Anthony James Ray Mike Hackett Mike Hackett Mike Hackett Otis Smith Otis Smith Otis Smith Otis Smith Danny Pearson Sean Byrd Dee Brown Chris Capers Tim Burroughs Tim Burroughs Willie Fisher Artemus McClary Willie Fisher Artemus McClary Micah Ross Micah Ross Marvin Augustin Calvin Slaughter Kris Hunter Calvin Warner Calvin Warner Haminn Quaintance Haminn Quaintance Marcus Allen Marcus Allen Marcus Allen Marcus Allen Lehmon Colbert Ayron Hardy Delwan Graham Glenn Powell

G 18 12 21 23 24 26 26 26 23 22 26 22 28 26 28 27 30 26 25 29 22 30 27 26 27 29 28 29 31 30 28 30 29 27 28 27 28 26 28 28 27 22 25 28 29 23 28 27 27 29 30 32 28 32 30 32

No. 171 120 214 202 233 280 243 259 243 205 283 252 621 603 314 327 364 258 227 185 200 233 208 183 304 251 215 197 248 222 152 228 198 350 370 171 242 279 279 186 202 141 168 209 238 180 246 241 175 203 217 213 191 197 197 220

Avg. 9.5 10.0 10.2 8.8 9.7 10.8 9.3 10.0 10.6 9.3 10.8 11.5 22.2 23.2 11.2 12.1 12.1 9.9 9.1 6.4 9.1 7.8 7.7 7.0 11.3 8.7 7.7 6.8 8.0 7.4 5.4 7.6 6.8 13.0 13.2 6.6 8.6 10.7 10.0 6.6 7.5 6.4 6.7 7.5 8.2 7.8 8.8 8.9 6.5 7.0 7.2 6.7 6.8 6.2 6.6 6.9

REBOUNDS - SEASON 1. 1,561 2. 1,443 3. 1,362 4. 1,298 5. 1,250 6. 1,230 7. 1,223 8. 1,220 9. 1,203 10. 1,187 1,187

1969-70 1970-71 1973-74 1963-64 1991-92 2009-10 1972-73 1962-63 1971-72 1964-65 2010-11

REBOUND AVERAGE - SEASON 1. 55.8 2. 55.1 3. 49.9 4. 46.9 5. 45.6 6. 45.4 7. 45.3 8. 44.3 9. 43.8 10. 43.1

1969-70 1970-71 1963-64 1962-63 1964-65 1973-74 1972-73 1974-75 1965-66 1991-92

www.judolphins.com

67


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Block Records

BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 14 Season: 269 Career: 269

Artis Gilmore vs. Miami Artis Gilmore Artis Gilmore

BLOCKED SHOTS - GAME 14 Artis Gilmore vs. Miami 13 Artis Gilmore vs. East Carolina 12 Artis Gilmore vs. Florida St. 11 Artis Gilmore vs. Loyola (La.) 11 Artis Gilmore vs. William & Mary 11 Artis Gilmore vs. Western Ky. 10 Artis Gilmore vs. Valdosta St. 10 Artis Gilmore vs. Houston 9 Artis Gilmore vs. Oklahoma City 9 Steve Gilbert vs. VCU 9 Ryan Lewis vs. Sav. St. 9 Haminn Quaintance vs. Sav. St.

3/2/71 2/22/71 2/15/71 2/8/71 2/11/71 3/13/71 2/20/71 2/27/71 2/16/71 12/27/89 12/8/01 12/6/03

BLOCKED SHOTS - SEASON 269 Artis Gilmore 114 Kris Hunter 84 Haminn Quaintance 75 Otis Smith 72 Otis Smith 66 Ryan Lewis 66 Haminn Quaintance 57 Steve Gilbert 56 Ryan Lewis 52 Willie McDuffie

1970-71 2000-01 2003-04 1984-85 1985-86 2002-03 2004-05 1988-89 2001-02 1986-87

BLOCKED SHOTS - CAREER 269 Artis Gilmore 211 Otis Smith 150 Haminn Quaintance 132 James Ray 127 Willie McDuffie 122 Ryan Lewis 118 Ayron Hardy 118 Steve Gilbert 117 Micah Ross 114 Kris Hunter

1970-71 1983-86 2004-05 1977-80 1985-87 2001-03 2007-10 1988-90 1995-98 2000-01

BLOCKED SHOTS - TEAM Game: 15 Season: 269

vs. Francis Marion

BLOCKED SHOTS - GAME 15 vs. Francis Marion 14 vs. Miami 13 vs. East Carolina 13 vs. Eckerd 13 vs. Savannah State 12 vs. Florida State 12 vs. UNC-Charlotte 12 at New Orleans 11 vs. East Tenn. St. 11 vs. Loyola (La.) 11 vs. William & Mary 11 vs. Western Kentucky 11 vs. Francis Marion 11 vs. Va. Commonwealth 11 vs. Savannah State 11 vs. Savannah State 11 vs. Florida Atlantic

68

3/2/71 1970-71 1970-71

12/3/85 1970-71 12/3/85 3/2/71 2/22/71 11/24/84 12/6/03 2/15/71 1/18/86 12/2/02 2/3/06 2/8/71 2/11/71 3/13/71 1/2/85 2/27/89 12/8/01 1/13/03 2/15/03

BLOCKED SHOTS - SEASON 269 170 169 162 159 157 153 151 140 137

Yearly Block Leaders

Year 1970-71 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Player Artis Gilmore James Ray James Ray James Ray Barlow Taylor Barlow Taylor Otis Smith Otis Smith Otis Smith Otis Smith Willie McDuffie Steve Gilbert Steve Gilbert Chris Capers Reggie Law Tim Burroughs Terrell Johnson Terrell Johnson Artemus McClary Willie Fisher Artemus McClary Micah Ross Micah Ross Marvin Augustin Marvin Augustin Kris Hunter Ryan Lewis Ryan Lewis H.Quaintance H.Quaintance Mario Brown Marcus Allen Ayron Hardy Ayron Hardy Glenn Powell Ayron Hardy Glenn Powell Glenn Powell

www.judolphins.com

G 26 23 30 29 21 26 29 28 29 31 30 24 28 29 28 28 27 27 28 26 28 28 27 22 27 28 28 28 28 27 26 29 31 31 33 32 30 32

No. 269 45 48 27 15 14 21 43 75 72 52 30 57 42 29 13 35 33 33 27 37 45 25 30 27 114 56 66 84 66 67 33 27 28 37 31 37 28

1970-71 1985-86 2003-04 2004-05 2002-03 1984-85 2001-02 2000-01 1989-90 2009-10 Avg. 10.3 2.0 1.6 0.9 0.7 0.5 0.7 1.5 2.6 2.3 1.7 1.3 2.0 1.4 1.0 0.5 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.0 1.3 1.6 0.9 1.4 1.0 4.1 2.0 2.4 3.0 2.4 2.5 1.1 0.9 0.9 1.1 0.9 1.2 0.9


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE ASSISTS Game: 20 Season: 259 Career: 515

Assist Records

Roger Strickland vs. Rollins Danny Tirado Ben Smith

ASSISTS - GAME 20 Roger Strickland vs. Rollins 17 Danny Tirado vs. South Alabama 16 Danny Tirado vs. Western Kentucky 15 Roger Strickland vs. N.H. 15 Harold Fox vs. George Washington 15 Danny Tirado vs. Maryland 14 Harold Fox vs. Houston 14 Ricky Coleman vs. Georgia Southern 14 Danny Tirado vs. Navy 14 Danny Tirado vs. Western Kentucky 14 Danny Tirado vs. UNCC 14 Jeremy Livingston vs. Lamar

12/5/62 1990-91 2006-10 12/5/62 2/7/91 1/14/91 12/31/62 12/7/70 12/8/90 2/28/72 1/6/75 11/30/90 2/7/91 2/20/91 1/25/93

ASSISTS - SEASON 259 Danny Tirado 251 Rex Morgan 196 Harold Fox 161 Aubrey Conerly 153 Harold Fox 151 Dee Brown 150 Ronnie Murphy 147 Pat Laguerre 144 Jeremy Livingston 143 Ben Smith

1990-91 1969-70 1971-72 2005-06 1970-71 1989-90 1985-86 1988-89 1991-92 2007-08

ASSISTS - CAREER 515 Ben Smith 507 Jeremy Livingston 427 Kevin Sheppard 407 Ronnie Murphy 384 Russell Powell 380 Cricket Williams 359 Rex Morgan 356 Vaughn Wedeking 349 Harold Fox 336 Maurice Roulhac

2006-10 1992-95 1999-03 1984-87 2009-13 1976-79 1969-70 1969-71 1971-72 1980-83

ASSISTS - TEAM Game: 33 vs. Miami 33 vs. Houston Season: 699 ASSISTS - GAME 33 vs. Miami 33 vs. Houston 31 vs. St. Peter’s 30 vs. South Alabama 30 vs. George Washington 28 vs. South Alabama 27 vs. Hartford 27 vs. Augusta 27 vs. UAB 27 vs. Long Island

1/9/71 2/28/72 1969-70 1/9/71 2/28/72 1/29/72 1/17/72 12/7/70 2/27/92 1/6/79 12/28/89 1/24/90 11/30/91

ASSISTS - SEASON 1. 699 2. 551 3. 546 4. 518 5. 515 6. 489 7. 483 8. 459 9. 452 452 452

Year 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

1969-70 1971-72 1970-71 1990-91 1989-90 1978-79 1988-89 1973-74 1985-86 1986-87 1991-92

Yearly Assist Leaders

Player Rex Morgan Rex Morgan Harold Fox Harold Fox Leon Benbow Henry Williams Ricky Coleman Cricket Williams Ricky Williams Cricket Williams Cricket Williams Maurice Roulhac Maurice Roulhac Maurice Roulhac Maurice Roulhac Andrew Hinton Otis Smith Ronnie Murphy Pat Laguerre Tyrone Boykin Pat Laguerre Dee Brown Danny Tirado Jeremy Livingston Jeremy Livingston Jeremy Livingston Kip Stone Artemus McClary John Knox Tyree Jackson Jameel Anderson Shawn Platts Kevin Sheppard Kevin Sheppard Kevin Sheppard Aubrey Conerly H. Quaintance Aubrey Conerly Jesse Kimbrough Ben Smith Ben Smith Ben Smith Russell Powell Russell Powell Russell Powell

www.judolphins.com

G 23 28 26 28 27 30 26 25 24 28 30 28 26 21 28 28 29 30 30 28 30 29 28 26 27 28 27 28 28 22 22 22 28 29 29 28 27 27 29 31 32 33 32 30 32

No. 108 251 153 196 116 135 119 97 84 120 119 71 74 76 115 100 117 150 116 75 147 151 259 144 137 134 107 103 86 70 64 92 80 119 131 103 89 161 127 143 128 120 97 119 133

Avg. 4.7 9.0 5.9 7.0 4.3 4.5 4.6 3.9 3.5 4.3 4.0 2.5 2.8 3.6 4.1 3.6 4.0 5.0 3.9 2.7 4.9 5.2 9.3 5.5 5.1 4.8 4.0 3.7 3.1 3.2 2.9 4.2 2.9 4.1 4.5 3.7 3.3 6.0 4.4 4.6 4.0 3.6 3.0 4.0 4.2

69


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE STEALS Game: Season: Career:

Steal Records

9 88 230

Ronnie Murphy vs. USF Dee Brown Ben Smith

STEALS - GAME 9 Ronnie Murphy vs. South Florida 8 Toby Frazier vs. Coastal Carolina 8 Shawn Platts vs. Samford 7 Artemus McClary vs. Florida State 7 Jesse Kimbrough vs. Savannah St. 7 Ayron Hardy vs. ETSU 6 Chip Dublin, vs. Mercer 6 Cricket Williams vs. Augusta 6 Otis Smith vs. UNC-Charlotte 6 Ronnie Murphy vs. Washington 6 Ronnie Murphy vs. Tulsa 6 Dee Brown vs. VCU 6 Dee Brown vs. Maryland 6 Dee Brown vs. Fair. Dickinson 6 Dee Brown vs. South Florida 6 Danny Tirado vs. VCU 6 Danny Tirado vs. South Alabama 6 Danny Tirado vs. South Florida 6 Jeremy Livingston vs. DePaul 6 Jeremy Livingston vs. SW Louisiana 6 Tyrone Curnell vs. Mercer 6 Ben Smith vs. Bethune-Cookman

1/11/87 11/18/00 2/8/01 2/2/93 11/12/06 2/27/10 1/21/69 11/29/78 1/12/85 12/27/85 12/28/85 2/25/88 12/9/89 1/29/90 2/22/90 1/28/91 2/7/91 2/11/91 12/30/92 2/19/94 2/16/07 12/16/08

STEALS - SEASON 88 Dee Brown 76 Danny Tirado 70 Ronnie Murphy 70 Ben Smith 66 Ben Smith 66 Ayron Hardy 62 Artemus McClary 60 Ronnie Murphy 60 Otis Smith 58 Haminn Quaintance

1989-90 1990-91 1986-87 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 1995-96 1985-86 1985-86 2004-05

STEALS - CAREER 230 Ben Smith 218 Ayron Hardy 208 Jeremy Livingston 205 Ronnie Murphy 201 Dee Brown 192 Artemus McClary 189 Otis Smith 147 Kevin Sheppard 138 James Daniels 128 Jimmy Martin

2006-10 2007-11 1992-95 1984-87 1987-90 1993-96 1983-86 1999-03 1999-03 1978-81

STEALS - GAME 19 vs. Georgia Southwestern 18 vs. Florida Christian 17 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock 17 vs. Florida State 17 vs. Texas-Pan American 17 at Savannah State 16 vs. UNC-Charlotte 16 vs. Texas-Pan American 16 vs. Saint Leo 15 vs. UNC Charlotte 15 vs. Florida A&M 15 vs. SW Louisiana 15 vs. Lamar 15 vs. Florida Tech 15 vs. Savannah State 15 vs. Savannah State 15 vs. Gardner-Webb

70

1/11/87 1989-90 2006-10

2/24/81 12/3/12 1/30/93 2/2/93 1/8/98 11/12/06 2/5/87 2/7/98 11/22/02 1/11/86 2/22/89 1/5/95 2/1/97 12/30/99 11/27/00 12/8/01 3/4/05

STEALS - SEASON 1. 279 2. 274 3. 256 4. 252 5. 246 6. 245 7. 242 8. 239 9. 238 10. 237

Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Yearly Steal Leaders

Player Cricket Williams Jimmy Martin Jimmy Martin Jimmy Martin Mike Hackett Maurice Roulhac Ronnie Murphy Otis Smith Ronnie Murphy Otis Smith Ronnie Murphy Dee Brown Dee Brown Dee Brown Danny Tirado Jeremy Livingston Jeremy Livingston Jeremy Livingston Artemus McClary Artemus McClary Micah Ross Tyree Jackson Tyree Jackson Marvin Augustin Toby Frazier James Daniels James Daniels H. Quaintance H. Quaintance Aubrey Conerly Jesse Kimbrough Ben Smith Ben Smith Ben Smith Ayron Hardy Ayron Hardy Russell Powell Keith McDougald

www.judolphins.com

G 28 30 29 26 27 28 26 29 30 31 30 29 30 29 28 26 27 28 27 28 28 22 27 27 28 30 29 28 27 27 29 31 32 33 33 32 30 28

No. 30 45 33 32 42 55 38 57 60 60 70 46 56 88 76 51 57 48 56 62 40 30 52 32 40 52 46 49 58 40 57 56 70 66 66 63 39 38

2009-10 2010-11 2004-05 2006-07 1992-93 2001-02 1991-92 2007-08 1989-90 1994-95 Avg. 1.1 1.5 1.1 1.2 1.6 2.0 1.5 2.0 2.0 1.9 2.3 1.6 1.9 3.0 2.7 2.0 2.1 1.7 2.1 2.2 1.4 1.4 1.9 1.2 1.4 1.7 1.6 1.8 2.1 1.5 1.9 1.8 2.2 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.3 1.4


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE Miscellaneous Records

LARGEST WINNING MARGIN 65 vs. Biscayne (130-65) 58 vs. East Carolina (127-69) 55 vs. South Alabama (120-65) 54 vs. Morehead St. (117-63) 1 51 vs. Rollins (128-77) 51 vs. Florida Tech (95-44) 50 vs. Savannah State (96-46) 49 at Rollins (118-69) 49 vs. Bethune-Cookman (103-54) 48 vs. Virgin Islands (114-66)

12/13/1969 2/22/1971 1/17/1972 2/2/1969 12/1/63 11/29/00 11/27/00 2/19/64 1/1/86 1/16/70

LARGEST WINNING MARGIN, HOME 65 vs. Biscayne (130-65) 12/13/1969 58 vs. East Carolina (127-69) 2/22/1971 55 vs. South Alabama (120-65) 1/17/1972 54 vs. Morehead State (117-63) 12/2/1969 51 vs. Rollins (128-77) 12/1/1963 51 vs. Florida Tech (95-44) 11/29/2000 50 vs. Savannah State (96-46) 11/27/2000 49 vs. Bethune-Cookman (103-54) 1/1/1986 48 vs. Virgin Islands (114-66) 1/16/1970 47 vs. Valdosta State (120-73) 1/14/1958 LARGEST WINNING MARGIN, ROAD 49 at Rollins (118-69) 2/19/1964 46 at St. Peter’s (152-106) 12/3/1970 43 at Valdosta St. (98-55) 1/27/1959 40 at North Florida (78-38) 1/15/2009 39 at Richmond (88-49) 2/6/1970 32 at Rollins (87-55) 2/5/1965 28 at Kennesaw State (87-59) 1/22/2011 27 at Valdosta St. (104-77) 12/13/1957 26 at Rollins (97-71) 12/5/1962 26 at Rollins (98-72) 2/16/1962 26 at Mercer (87-61) 2/26/1966 26 at Mercer (93-67) 2/23/1968 26 at Oklahoma City (103-77) 2/6/1971 26 at Va. Commonwealth (79-53) 2/12/1990 LARGEST LOSING MARGIN 46 vs. South Alabama (59-105) 45 at #9 Florida (62-107) 44 at Florida State (57-101) 43 at Florida (58-101) at North Carolina (61-104) 42 Wofford (52-94) at Arizona State (69-111) 41 vs. Florida State (65-106) 40 vs. Troy State (73-113) 39 at Georgia Southern (64-103) at #13 Texas A&M (58-97)

3/6/1989 11/25/2011 12/21/2004 12/18/2005 11/27/1990 12/18/2012 11/22/1996 2/16/1968 2/27/2004 1/21/1960 12/16/2006

LARGEST LOSING MARGIN, HOME 42 vs. Wofford (52-94) 12/18/2012 41 vs. Florida State (65-106) 2/16/1968 40 vs. Troy State (73-113) 2/27/2004 35 vs. Western Kentucky (66-101) 2/27/1993 34 vs. Florida (59-93) 12/1/1966 33 vs. New Orleans (62-95) 1/2/1997 32 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (57-89) 2/5/1996 32 vs. South Alabama (45-77) 1/13/1997 30 vs. SW Louisiana (66-96) 1/4/1992 28 vs. St. \Bonaventure (75-103) 12/28/1977 28 vs. Louisiana Tech (63-91) 2/17/1992 LARGEST LOSING MARGIN, ROAD 45 at #9 Florida (62-107) 44 at Florida State (57-101) 43 at Florida (58-101) at North Carolina (61-104) 42 at Arizona State (69-111) 39 at Georgia Southern (64-103) at #13 Texas A&M (58-97) 37 at UCF (62-99) 36 at Florida (73-109) 35 at South Florida (43-78) at Mississippi State (65-100) LONGEST WIN STREAK Began vs. Miami (124-82) Ended at Houston (82-83)

11/25/2011 12/21/2004 12/18/2005 11/27/1990 11/22/1996 1/21/1960 12/16/2006 11/27/2006 12/1/1967 12/7/1996 11/30/2002

15 games 1/9/1971 2/27/1971

SINGLE-SEASON WIN STREAK 15 Began vs. Miami (124-82) Ended at Houston (82-83)

1/9/1971 2/27/1971

SEASON-OPENING WIN STREAK 13 Began vs. East Tenn. St. (92-74) 12/1/1969 Ended vs. Fla. State (83-90) 1/27/1970 LONGEST HOME STREAK 35 Began vs. Stetson (85-74) Ended vs. Fla. State (83-90)

1/13/1969 12/7/1971

LONGEST ROAD STREAK 15 Began at E. Carolina (111-94) Ended at Houston (82-83)

2/5/1970 2/27/1971

LONGEST OVERTIME STREAK 4 Began vs. Fla. Southern (83-79, 2OT) 2/12/1963 Ended at Hofstra (65-67, OT) 12/23/1966 LONGEST LOSING STREAK 25 Began at FAU (104-107, 2OT) 12/4/2005 Ended vs. St. Leo (77-73) 11/14/2006

MINUTES PLAYED Game: 52 Kevin Sheppard Season: 1,237 Ben Smith Career: 4,472 Ben Smith

2/9/2002 2009-10 2006-10

MINUTES PLAYED - SEASON 1,237 Ben Smith 1,164 Otis Smith 1,160 Ben Smith 1,133 Dee Brown 1,126 Ben Smith 1,095 Otis Smith 1,085 Ayron Hardy 1,052 Dee Brown

2009-10 1985-86 2008-09 1988-89 2007-08 1983-84 2010-11 1989-90

MINUTES PLAYED - CAREER 4,472 Ben Smith 4,263 Otis Smith 3,867 Ronnie Murphy 3,779 Ayron Hardy 3,444 Lehmon Colbert 3,267 Kevin Sheppard 3,202 Artemus McClary 3,135 Dee Brown 3,111 Russell Powell 3,053 Micah Ross

2006-10 1982-86 1984-87 2007-11 2006-10 1999-03 1993-96 1987-90 2009-13 1995-98

SINGLE - SEASON LOSING STREAK 24 Began at FAU (104-107, 2OT) 12/4/2005 Ended vs. FAU (76-85) 2/25/2006

OPPONENT RECORDS POINTS Indiv: 60, Fran Florian, Georgia Southern Team: 117, Miami

SEASON - OPENING LOSING STREAK 10 Began at Arizona State (69-11)11/22/1996 Ended vs. SW Louisiana (91-87) 1/4/1997

FIELD GOALS Indiv: 29, Fran Florian, Georgia Southern Team: 56, Georgia Southern

LONGEST HOME LOSING STREAK 10 Began vs. Georgia Southern (79-84) 12/29/2005 Ended vs. St. Leo (77-73) 11/14/2006

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Indiv: 1.000, Mike Schlegal, VCU (10-10) 1.000 , Rory White, So. Ala. (9-9) 1.000 , Chad Hartman, Lips. (8-8) Team: .653, N.C. State (32-49)

3/2/1985 2/6/1981 2/19/2004 1/18/1969

3-POINT FIELD GOALS Indiv: 9, Thomas Terrell, Georgia St. Team: 18, Troy State

1/8/2001 2/27/2004

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Indiv: 19, Chris DiMascio, Fordham Team: 43, South Alabama

12/28/1996 1/16/1995

LONGEST ROAD LOSING STREAK 23 Began at USF (79-91) 11/25/2005 Ended at UNF (64-60) 1/9/2007 OVERTIME LOSING STREAK 4 Began vs. Miami (84-93, OT) Ended vs. Florida So. (83-79, 2OT)

1/13/1961 2/12/1963

VICTORIES Season: 27 20-WIN SEASONS (11 times) 27-2 1969-70 20-8 23-3 1955-56 20-9 22-4 1970-71 20-10 21-6 1972-73 20-13 21-10 1985-86 20-12 20-3 1949-50

1969-70 1971-72 1979-80 1973-74 2009-10 2010-11

GAMED PLAYED SEASON: 33 Travis Cohn Russell Powell Ben Smith Ayron Hardy Tevin Galvin Will Alston Glenn Powell GAMES PLAYED - CAREER 127 Russell Powell 127 Ayron Hardy 127 Travis Cohn 125 Ben Smith 124 Glenn Powell 120 Lehmon Colbert 118 Tevin Galvin 118 Marcus Allen 117 Otis Smith

www.judolphins.com

2009-13 2007-11 2007-11 2006-10 2009-13 2006-10 2008-12 2005-09 1983-86

1/22/1964 1/16/1965 1/22/1964 1/22/1964

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 5 Attempts) Indiv: .833 Four Times (Last Jeff Smith, Mercer) 1/2/2010 Team: .818, Western Kentucky (9-11) 1/27/1990 FREE THROWS Indiv: 18, George Shary, Tampa 18, Dave Patton, Georgia St. Team: 39, Lamar FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Indiv: 21, George Shary, Tampa 21, Don Curnutt, Miami Team: 57, Pepperdine

12/4/1961 1/17/1962 1/25/1993 12/4/1961 1/13/1968 11/22/1996

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Indiv: 1.000, Rick Barry, Miami (15-15) Team: .957, UNC Charlotte (22-23)

1/16/1965 1/5/1981

REBOUNDS Indiv: 29, Don Boyt, Tampa Team: 74, Florida

2/16/1961 12/1/1967

ASSISTS Indiv: 16, Tony William, Florida St. Team: 34, Arizona State

2/12/1983 11/22/1996

BLOCKED SHOTS Indiv: 8, Doug Edwards, Florida St. 8, Jeremy Veal, Arizona St. Team: 12 Three Times (Last S.C. State)

12/2/1993 11/22/1996 11/28/2012

STEALS Indiv: 9, Darnell Mee, Western Ky. Team: 20, Western Kentucky

2/11/1993 2/11/1993

71


MEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION GUIDE

JU Media Relations Overnight/Mailing Address: Athletics 2800 University Blvd. N. Jacksonville, FL 32211 Fax: (904) 256-7424

Todd Vatter, Director of Media Relations Sports: Football, Baseball, Men's Golf Alex Keil, Associate Director Sports: Women's Soccer, Men's Basketball, Men's Lacrosse, Women's Golf Monyae Williamson, Intern Sports: Men's Soccer, Women's Basketball, Women's Lacrosse, Rowing Stacey Kilpatrick, Intern Sports: Volleyball, XC/Track & Field, Softball, Sand Volleyball Corey Gaynor, Multimedia Director The JU Media Relations staff is here to assist you in the coverage of JU athletics. Please feel free to contact us at any time with questions.

The 2013-14 Jacksonville University Men’s Basketball Media Guide is designed to aid members of the media covering Dolphin hoops. We appreciate your coverage and if there is anything we can do to assist, please contact the Media Relations Office at (904) 256-7444. The Jacksonville University Media Relations office has certain policies and procedures that we ask for you to abide by while covering the Dolphins. These are for the benefit of your needs and those of JU’s student-athletes and coaches. We ask that you please respect these requests in order to create a good working atmosphere for all parties involved. Credentials Credentials for all JU games are for working media only. Requests for media credentials should be made at least 72 hours prior to tip-off. Requests should be directed to Alex Keil, Associate Media Relations Director. Requests from the media covering visiting teams will be confirmed with that team’s sports information director. Spouses, dates, children and other non-workers are not permitted in working media areas in compliance with the working code of the United States Basketball Writers Association. Credentials can be picked up at the Will Call area at the south end of the JVM Arena. Will Call will be open one hour before all home games. Parking Media parking is located on a limited basis in the West Lot adjacent to the JVM Arena. Requests for parking credentials should be submitted to Alex Keil, Associate Media Relations Director. At The Game JVM Arena is the site of most Dolphin basketball home games. All press seating will be on the South side of the arena. All media services (statistics, telephones, game info, etc.) will be readily available for your convenience. JU grants broadcast rights to the official radio outlet of the visiting team on a reciprocal basis. Two phone lines are available for visiting radio use. These telephones require collect calls or a credit card for billing. Photographers Jacksonville University will adhere to all NCAA guidelines regarding outside photography. Photographers and videographers are not permitted to shoot on the sidelines and must wear proper credentials at all times. Flash photography is prohibited at all times. Post-Game Interviews Head coach Cliff Warren and requested players will be available courtside upon request, following a 10-minute cool down period. The JU locker room will not be open to the media. Each visiting team will set its own post-game policy. Interview Policy All JU players and coaches will be available throughout the season for interviews with members of the media. It is important, however, that all requests for interviews be made through the Media Relations Office at (904) 256-7444.

72

www.judolphins.com

This policy allows us to arrange a time that will not interfere with a student-athletes academic schedule, which has top priority. No player’s phone number will be given out. Daily Practices The JU Media Relations staff encourages coverage of Dolphins basketball to not be limited to game-day. As a general rule, all practices are closed to the media and public. Please contact the Media Relations Office at least one day in advance to request an interview so an escort can be made available. The Media Relations office will make every effort to accommodate requests as quickly as possible. Daily practices typically run in the middle of the afternoon. Game Notes The weekly release, or “game notes” regarding JU basketball is made available at least 48 hours before tip-off. A copy of the notes will be placed on the JU athletics web page at JUDolphins.com. The release will be posted on the website in a portable document format (pdf.), will include notes, statistics, and other pertinent information about that week’s opponent and contest. These notes are also emailed to those media members on the JU Media Relations e-mail broadcast list. Fax and E-mail Service Media outlets may request to be included on the broadcast fax and e-mail lists to receive daily news regarding JU basketball. The JU Media Relations Office fax number is (904) 256- 7424. To be added to the daily e-mail list, please contact Alex Keil via e-mail at akeil@ju.edu. Dolphin Website Notes, releases, statistics and other pertinent information are available on JU’s official athletic website: judolphins.com. Updated statistics will be available following each game, while updated game notes should be ready by Tuesday afternoon prior to the game. 92.5 FM (1010XL)- Home of the Dolphins All JU broadcasts will be heard on 92.5 FM (1010XL) for the seventh straight season. 1010XL, the largest and highest rated sports talk station in Jacksonville, has a 50,000-watt signal and is the flagship station of the JU Sports Network.

Jacksonville Men's Basketball Media Guide 2013-14  
Jacksonville Men's Basketball Media Guide 2013-14  
Advertisement