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General Information ______________________________3 2013-14 Schedule ________________________________4 2013-14 Roster __________________________________5 Season Preview ________________________________6-7

27 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 4 FINAL FOURS 11 ELITE EIGHTS 16 SWEET 16s 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Championship Tradition____________________________8-9 Legendary Coaches ____________________________10-11 Big 12 Champions ____________________________12-13 NCAA Tournament ____________________________14-15 Head Coach Bruce Weber ________________________16-17 An Experience Coaching Staff ______________________18-19 Gameday at K-State ____________________________20-21 Wildcat For Life ______________________________22-23 Basketball Training Facility ________________________24-25 Summer Trip to Brazil __________________________26-27 Big 12 Conference______________________________28-29 Kansas State University __________________________30-31

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Head Coach Bruce Weber ________________________32-35 Weber’s Year-by-Year Record ______________________36-37 Associate Head Coach Chris Lowery ____________________38 Assistant Coach Alvin Brooks III ________________________39 Assistant Coach Chester Frazier ________________________40 Director of Operations Drew Speraw ____________________41 Support Staff ________________________________42-44 Head Coaches/2012-13 Review________________________45 President Kirk Schulz ______________________________46 Athletics Director John Currie ________________________47

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Senior Shane Southwell __________________________48-49 Senior Will Spradling ____________________________50-51 Senior Omari Lawrence __________________________52-53 Senior Ryan Schultz ____________________________54-55 Junior Nino Williams ____________________________56-57 Junior Thomas Gipson __________________________58-59 Junior Justin Edwards __________________________60-61 Junior Shawn Meyer ______________________________62 Sophomore Brian Rohleder __________________________63 Sophomore D.J. Johnson__________________________64-65 Sophomore Brandon Bolden ________________________66 Freshman Marcus Foster ____________________________67 Freshman Wesley Iwundu __________________________68 Freshman Nigel Johnson____________________________69 Freshman Jack Karapetyan __________________________70 Freshman Jevon Thomas____________________________71

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2012-13 Review ______________________________88-89 2012-13 Results ________________________________90 2012-13 Season Statistics __________________________91 2012-13 Game-by-Game Totals ______________________92 2012-13 Points-Rebounds-Assists ______________________93 2012-13 Season Superlatives ________________________94 2012-13 Miscellaneous Statistics ______________________95 2012-13 Big 12 Review ____________________________96 2012-13 Big 12 Statistics ________________________97-98 2012-13 Boxscores ____________________________99-104 Last Time ____________________________________105

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Annual Team Results __________________________106-107 Annual Team Statistics ________________________108-109 Scoring __________________________________110-113 Top Performances ____________________________114-115 Field Goals ________________________________116-117 3-Point Field Goals____________________________118-119 Free Throws________________________________120-121 Rebounds ________________________________122-123 Assists __________________________________124-125 Steals ______________________________________126 Blocks ______________________________________127 Miscellaneous ______________________________128-129 Class Records ______________________________130-131 Streaks/Memorable Games ________________________132 Wildcats in the AP Poll ____________________________133 Attendance __________________________________134 National Television Appearances ______________________135 100-point/Overtime ____________________________136 Buzzer Beaters ________________________________137 Bramlage Coliseum Records ______________________138-139 Conference Championship History __________________140-141 Postseason History __________________________142-143 NCAA Tournament Boxscores______________________144-149 All-Time Letterwinners ________________________150-151 All-Time Jersey Numbers ________________________152-153 Career Statistics ____________________________154-163 Year-by-Year Results __________________________164-175

Record vs. Opponents ____________________________72 Record vs. Conferences ____________________________73 Non-Conference Profiles __________________________74-75 Big 12 Profiles ________________________________76-78 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship ______________________79 Opponent Records ______________________________80 Big 12 Series Histories __________________________81-83 Non-Conference Series Histories ____________________84-87

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The 2013-14 Kansas State men’s basketball media guide includes a main photo of the four seniors and the 2012-13 Big 12 Championship ring. These images can be found on the team’s poster and schedule cards. The back cover features the five other returning lettermen in 2013-14 as well as this year’s schedule.

Credits The 2013-14 Kansas State University Men’s Basketball Media Guide is a product of the Athletics Communications Office, published by K-State Athletics, Inc. MANAGING EDITOR AND PRINCIPLE DESIGN: Tom Gilbert, Associate Athletics Communication Director RESEARCH/EDITORAL ASSISTANCE: Anthony Meier, graduate assistant; Ryan Chambers, Robby Hudson, Emily McMillan, Steven Mills, Paul Payton, student assistants COVER DESIGNS: Ron Cook, Graphics Designer COVER IMAGES: Scott Weaver of Scott Weaver Photography, Inc., PHOTOGRAPHY: Action photos by Scott Weaver and Pete Aiken. Mugshots by Weaver and Matt Binter (University Photo Services). Family photos by Weaver. Weber Family photo courtesy of Shannon Leigh Anderson Photography. USA Basketball photos courtesy of Scott Kurtz. NBA photos courtesy of NBA Entertainment/Getty Images (Rocky Widner, Garrett W. Ellwood, Jonathan Daniel, Joe Murphy). PRINTING: Mainline Printing [Topeka, Kan.] www.mainlineprinting.com SPECIAL THANKS: Debbie Newman and Rob Roy Rutherford of Mainline Printing. Current and previous athletics communications staff for their contributions to this publication. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics recognizes the diversity of individuals and their contributions that support Kansas State University. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is committed to providing student-athletes with an inclusive university experience and environment. The department respects each individual’s participation in the success of their team, the department and the college at large and is committed to providing equal opportunities for all student-athletes.

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A Championship Tradition ______________________176-179 Coaching History________________________________180 Team Awards__________________________________181 All-Century Team ____________________________182-185 Retired Jerseys ______________________________186-187 Individual Honors ____________________________188-189 Wildcats in the Pros __________________________190-191 Bramlage Coliseum __________________________192-193 Ahearn Field House ______________________________194 Nichols Gym __________________________________195

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Kansas State University ________________________196-197 The Colleges of Kansas State ________________________198 K-State Traditions ______________________________199 Big 12 Conference ____________________________200-201 Big 12 Composite Schedule ______________________202-203 Media Information __________________________204-205 K-State Sports Network____________________________206 TV/Radio Speed Chart ____________________________208

Media Guide Honors Norma Lawrence The 2013-14 K-State men’s basketball media guide is dedicated to longtime sports information secretary Norma Lawrence, who passed away at the age of 86 on September 30, 2013. She began employment with K-State Athletics in 1967 as the secretary in the SID office for Dev Nelson and served in that role until 1996, working for six different SIDs. She shifted her duties to the communications office until 2005 where she worked with Boyle. Following her retirement in 2005, she remained an active support of Wildcat Athletics and could be seen at numerous events, including the West Stadium Center grand opening in August.


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n Basketball History First Year of Basketball__________________________1902 Overall All-Time Record ________________1,529-1,077 (.587) Conference Championships (Last)________________18 (2013) Overall Postseason Record __________________39-39 (.500) Years in NCAA Tournament ________________________27 All-Time Record ________________________33-31 (.516) Final Four Appearances (Last) __________________4 (1964) Elite Eight Appearances (Last) __________________11 (2010) Sweet 16 Appearances (Last) __________________16 (2010) Regional Titles (Last) ________________________3 (1964) Last Appearance ______2013 NCAA West Regional Second Round Result ________________________Lost to La Salle, 63-61 Years in National Invitational Tournament (NIT) __________7 All-Time Record __________________________6-8 (.429) Final Four Appearances (Last) __________________1 (1994) Last Appearance ________________2009 NIT Second Round Result ____________________Lost at San Diego State, 70-52 Conference Tournament Titles (Last) ______________2 (1980) All-Time Conference Tournament Record __________30-34 (.469) Big 12 Tournament Record __________________10-16 (.385) Last Appearance________________2013 Big 12 Championship Result ______________________Lost to 7/6 Kansas, 70-54

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n Personnel Picture Starters Returning 2) ■ Shane Southwell (6-7, 210, Sr.-3L, G) 8.4 ppg., 3.8 rpg., 2.5 apg., 25.9 mpg. (33 GP, 26 GS) 2013 All-Big 12 Honorable Mention ■ Will Spradling (6-2, 180, Sr.-3L, G) 7.4 ppg., 2.6 rpg., 2.4 apg. (34 GP, 33 GS) Other Lettermen Returning (6)

Lettermen Lost (3) ■ Rodney McGruder (6-4, 205, Sr., G)

15.6 ppg., 5.4 rpg., 2.0 apg., 1.3 spg. (35 GP, 35 GS) 2013 First Team All-Big 12 | AP Honorable Mention All-American ■ Angel Rodriguez (5-11, 180, So., G) 11.4 ppg., 5.2 apg., 1.5 spg. (33 GP, 33 GS) 2013 Second Team All-Big 12 ■ Jordan Henriquez (6-11, 250, Sr., F) 5.0 ppg., 5.0 rpg., 1.9 bpg. (33 GP, 21 GS)

■ Thomas Gipson (6-7, 275, Jr.-2L, F)

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7.9 ppg., 5.0 rpg., 51.7 FG% (35 GP, 14 GS) ■ Nino Williams (6-5, 220, Jr.-2L, F) 4.2 ppg., 3.3 rpg. (34 GP, 11 GS) ■ D.J. Johnson (6-8, 250, So.-1L, F) 2.3 ppg., 2.5 rpg. (30 GP) ■ Omari Lawrence (6-3, 220, Sr.-2L, G) 2.1 ppg., 1.4 rpg. (31 GP) ■ Ryan Schultz (6-5, 200, Sr.-1L, F) 0.3 ppg., 0.3 rpg. (13 GP) [walk-on] ■ Shawn Meyer (6-3, 210, Jr.-2L, G) 0.2 ppg., 0.1 rpg. (11 GP) [walk-on] ■ Brian Rohleder (6-3, 210, So.-1L, G) Redshirted in 2012-13

■ Martavious Irving (6-1, 210, Sr., G)

Newcomers (7) ■ Brandon Bolden (6-10, 210, So., F)

Transfer from Georgetown, must sit out 2013-14 season ■ Justin Edwards (6-4, 190, Jr., G)

Transfer from Maine, must sit out 2013-14 season ■ Marcus Foster (6-2, 180, Fr., G)

PARADE All-American; Texas Class 3A Player of the Year Wesley Iwundu (6-6, 190, Fr., F) Texas Class 5A All-State; TABC All-Star Game ■ Nigel Johnson (6-1, 180, Fr., G) First Team All-Met by the Washington Post ■ Jack Karapetyan (6-7, 215, Fr., F) First Team All-CIF Division 6A as a junior and senior ■ Jevon Thomas (6-0, 180, Fr., G) Most Outstanding Player of National Prep School Invitational ■

5.1 ppg., 1.8 rpg., 2.2 apg. (33 GP, 2 GS) ■ Adrian Diaz (6-10, 225, So., F)

2.7 ppg., 1.6 rpg., 53.1 FG% (26 GP) ■ Michael Orris (6-2, 180, Fr., G)

0.3 ppg., 0.1 rpg., 0.5 apg.

n Returning Team Stats Percentage of Scoring __________________45.2 (1090/2414) Percentage of Rebounds ________________50.4 (622/1235) Percentage of Field Goals__________________45.9 (400/872) Percentage of 3-Point Field Goals ____________40.8 (97/238) Percentage of Free Throws ________________43.8 (189/432) Percentage of Assists ____________________38.6 (215/557) Percentage of Steals ____________________49.0 (121/247) Percentage of Blocks______________________38.0 (49/129) Percentage of Minutes __________________49.1 (3439/7000)

n Returning Leaders Points ____________________Shane Southwell - 277 (8.4 ppg.) Field Goals ________________________Thomas Gipson - 106 Field Goal Percentage ______________Thomas Gipson - 51.7% 3-Point Field Goals __________________Shane Southwell - 48 Free Throws ________________________Thomas Gipson - 64 Rebounds __________________Thomas Gipson - 175 (5.0 rpg.) Assists ____________________Shane Southwell - 83 (2.5 apg.) Steals ____________________Shane Southwell - 37 (1.1 spg.) Blocks ____________________Shane Southwell - 15 (0.5 bpg.) Minutes __________________Will Spradling - 933 (27.4 mpg.)

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n Basketball Staff Head Coach ____________________________Bruce Weber Alma Mater, Year ________________Wisconsin-Milwaukee ’78 Record at School/Years ________________27-8/Second Year Career Record/Years __________________340-163/16th Year Basketball Office Phone __________________785.532.6531 Basketball Office Fax______________________785.532.7729 Best time to reach Weber ____________________Contact SID Administrative Assistant ______Bailey Bachamp (Kansas State ‘11) Associate Head Coach ________ Chris Lowery (Southern Illinois ‘95) Assistant Coach ______________Alvin Brooks III (Idaho State ‘02) Assistant Coach ________________Chester Frazier (Illinois ‘09) Director of Operations ______________Drew Speraw (UCF ‘09) Director of Player Development ____Matt McCumber (Illinois ‘05) Video Coordinator ________________Dustin Yoder (Illinois ‘11) Strength Coach ________________Jimmy Price (Texas Tech ‘01) Athletic Trainer ______________Brandon Yoder (Graceland ‘03)

n Athletics Communications Associate Director/Men’s Basketball Contact ______Tom Gilbert Office Phone __________________________785.532.7979 Mobile Phone __________________________785.587.7868 E-mail ________________________tgilbert@kstatesports.com

n Team Information Total Home Away Neutral 2012-13 Overall Record 27-8 17-1 7-3 3-4 2012-13 Big 12 Record 14-4 8-1 6-3 0-0 Big 12 Finish ________________________________t-1st National Ranking __________________#12 (AP)/#20 (Coaches) Starters Returning/Lost __________________________2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost______________________8/6 Newcomers____________________________________7 Roster Breakdown (Sr./Jr./So./Fr.) ________________4/4/3/5

n Important Locations In Bramlage Media Will Call: All passes/parking not mailed will be available for pick up with the parking attendant at Gate 7 on Kimball Avenue. Media Entrance: Located at the northeast entrance of the coliseum. Media Room: Located at court level in the south tunnel on the east side. Interview Room: Located at the top of the south tunnel. Media Restrooms: There are two restrooms located just off the south tunnel next to the media room. 3

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Name __________________________Kansas State University City/Zip __________________________Manhattan, KS 66502 Founded __________________________________1863 Enrollment ________________________24,581 (new record) Nickname ________________________________Wildcats School Fight Song ______________________Wildcat Victory Affiliation ____________________________NCAA Division I Conference ________________________________Big 12 Arena (Year Opened) ______________Bramlage Coliseum (1988) Capacity ________________________________12,528 President ________________Dr. Kirk H. Schulz (Virginia Tech ‘86) Director of Athletics ____________John Currie (Wake Forest ‘93) Faculty Representative ________Dr. Be Stoney (Texas-El Paso ‘81) Department Phone Number ________________785.532.6910 Ticket Office Phone Number ______785.532.7606/1.800.221.CATS Athletic Department Website ________www.k-statesports.com

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n Numerical Name Shane Southwell Marcus Foster Jack Karapetyan Jevon Thomas Nino Williams Omari Lawrence Justin Edwards Brandon Bolden Nigel Johnson Ryan Schultz* Wesley Iwundu Brian Rohleder* Shawn Meyer* Thomas Gipson D.J. Johnson Will Spradling

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Hometown (Schools) Harlem, N.Y. (Rice) Wichita Falls, Texas (Hirschi) Los Angeles, Calif. (Cathedral) Queens, N.Y. (St. John’s [Wis.] Northwest Military Academy) St. Louis, Mo. (Leavenworth [Kan.]) Bronx, N.Y. (South Kent [Conn.] Prep/St. John’s) Whitby, Ontario (Anderson CVI/Maine) Sumter, S.C. (Quality Education Academy/Georgetown) Ashburn, Va. (Riverdale (Md.) Baptist) Wichita, Kan. (Maize/Hutchinson [Kan.] Community College) Houston, Texas (Westfield) Wichita, Kan. (Bishop Carroll) Kansas City, Mo. (Blue Springs South) Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill) St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway North) Overland Park, Kan. (Shawnee Mission South)

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Hometown (Schools) Sumter, S.C. (Quality Education Academy/Georgetown) Whitby, Ontario (Anderson CVI/Maine) Wichita Falls, Texas (Hirschi) Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill) Houston, Texas (Westfield) St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway North) Ashburn, Va. (Riverdale (Md.) Baptist) Los Angeles, Calif. (Cathedral) Bronx, N.Y. (South Kent [Conn.] Prep/St. John’s) Kansas City, Mo. (Blue Springs South) Wichita, Kan. (Bishop Carroll) Wichita, Kan. (Maize/Hutchinson [Kan.] Community College) Harlem, N.Y. (Rice) Overland Park, Kan. (Shawnee Mission South) Queens, N.Y. (St. John’s [Wis.] Northwest Military Academy) St. Louis, Mo. (Leavenworth [Kan.])

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Name Brandon Bolden Justin Edwards Marcus Foster Thomas Gipson Wesley Iwundu D.J. Johnson Nigel Johnson Jack Karapetyan Omari Lawrence Shawn Meyer* Brian Rohleder* Ryan Schultz* Shane Southwell Will Spradling Jevon Thomas Nino Williams

n Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bruce Weber (Wisconsin-Milwaukee ’78), 16th Season Overall [340-163, .676] , Second Season at K-State [27-8, .771] Associate Head Coach: Chris Lowery (Southern Illinois ‘95), Second Season Assistant Coach: Alvin Brooks III (Idaho State ‘02), Second Season Assistant Coach: Chester Frazier (Illinois ‘09), Second Season Director of Operations: Drew Speraw (UCF ‘09), Second Season Director of Student-Athlete Development/Student Manager: Matt McCumber (Illinois ‘05) Strength and Conditioning Coach: Jimmy Price (Texas Tech ‘01), Second Season Video Coordinator: Dustin Yoder (Illinois ‘11), Second Season

n Support Staff Athletic Trainer: Brandon Yoder (Graceland ‘03), Fifth Season Graduate Student Manager: Dennan Morrow (Kansas State ‘13), First Season Graduate Student Manager: Kevin O’Connor (Illinois ‘12), First Season Administrative Assistant: Bailey Bachamp (Kansas State ‘11), Second Season

n Pronunciation Guide Jack KARAPETYAN Thomas GIPSON Wesley IWUNDU OMARI Lawrence Brian ROHLEDER* Will SPRADLING NINO Williams

CARE-ah-pet-YAN GIP-son Ah-one-DOO oh-MAR-ee ROW-letter spuh-RAD-ling KNEE-no

*Walk-on ^Received a medical redshirt after playing in just three games in 2010-11 #Must sit out the Fall 2013 semester due to NCAA regulations $Redshirted the 2012-13 season after playing as a freshman in 2011-12 %Must sit out the 2013-14 season due to NCAA transfer rules

Returning Starters (2) Shane Southwell Will Spradling Starters Lost (3) Jordan Henriquez Rodney McGruder Angel Rodriguez

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n By Position Forwards (6) Brandon Bolden Thomas Gipson Jack Karapetyan Wesley Iwundu D.J. Johnson Nino Williams Guards (10) Justin Edwards Marcus Foster Omari Lawrence Nigel Johnson Shawn Meyer* Brian Rohleder* Ryan Schultz* Shane Southwell Will Spradling Jevon Thomas

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For the first time in 36 years, Kansas State will enter a season as a defending conference champion as the Wildcats enjoyed one of their greatest seasons ever in 2012-13, posting a 27-8 overall record and a 14-4 mark in league play en route to their first-ever Big 12 regular-season championship and a fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. The 27 wins were the second-most in school history, while the 14 in league play tied the school record held by the 1958-59 team. It was the 20th league championship in school history, including the 18th won in the regular season, and the first since the 1976-77 team claimed the Big Eight title. For his efforts, firstyear head coach Bruce Weber was named the Phillips 66 Big 12 Coach of the Year, while three players - senior Rodney McGruder (first team), Angel Rodriguez (second team) and Shane Southwell (honorable mention) - earned recognition to the all-conference team for just the third time in school history.

The change to a four-guard lineup by Weber nine games into the 2012-13 season should prove to be a huge asset to the Wildcats in the upcoming season with more depth in the backcourt. The squad posted a 20-6 mark after the change last season, which included victories over NCAA Tournament teams Florida, Oklahoma State (twice), Oklahoma (twice) and Iowa State and NIT champion Baylor (twice). Although the team averaged more points before the shift (70.8 ppg. to 68.3 ppg.), they connected on nearly five percent higher from the field (44.6 from 40.8), four percent higher from 3-point range (37.1 from 33.3) and posted more 3-pointers (7.1 from 6.0), while dishing out more assists (16.0 from 15.6) and producing fewer turnovers (11.1 from 12.8) in these last 26 games. During this span, the Wildcats connected on better than 45 percent from the field in 13 games, including 50 percent or better on eight occasions, while shooting better than 40 percent from 3-point range in 12 games.

Weber, who became just the third first-year head coach to win the Big 12 regular-season title since the league’s inception in 1997, must replace six lettermen from this historic team, including seniors - Jordan Henriquez, Martavious Irving and McGruder - from the winningest class in school history. The trio posted a 101-38 (.727) overall record in their four-year careers and became just the second class in K-State history to advance to the NCAA Tournament in four consecutive seasons. All three seniors also finished in the Top 10 on the career games played list, as McGruder (135) tied the school record held by Jacob Pullen, while Irving (130) tied for third and Henriquez (126) sixth, respectively. McGruder finished among the Top 10 in 14 career categories, including both scoring and rebounding, while Henriquez holds nearly every shot blocking record, including career (202) and single-season (77) marks. In addition, the squad was dealt a difficult blow when Angel Rodriguez, who was also named to the Coaches’ All-Defensive Team, opted to transfer after a terrific sophomore campaign. He posted the second-most assists (173) in school history in 2012-13, while he finished among the Big 12’s Top 15 in six categories, including second in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.22), third in assists (5.24) and fourth in steals (1.52).

Southwell was the biggest beneficiary of the four-guard offense change, averaging 9.0 points on 43.5 percent shooting, including 42.3 percent from 3-point range, to go with 4.0 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.2 steals in 28.7 minutes per game. Nine of his 10 double-digit scoring efforts came in this span, including a season-best 19-point outburst vs. Kansas (1/22/13) and a 17-point outing vs. La Salle (3/22/13) in the NCAA Tournament. Spradling was also in solid in this span, averaging 6.9 points on nearly 40 percent shooting, while Gipson, who was moved to the five-spot in the offense, connected on a team-high 55.4 percent of his field goals to go with averages of 8.1 points and 4.5 rebounds in 18.1 minutes per game in the last 26 games.

Despite significant losses to personnel, hope still abounds in 2013-14 with the Wildcats, who have won 20 or more games in a school-record seven consecutive seasons and advanced to the postseason in each of those seven seasons, including trips to the NCAA Tournament in 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. The squad returns eight total lettermen, including starters Shane Southwell and Will Spradling, as well as key reserves from a year ago in senior Omari Lawrence, juniors Thomas Gipson and Nino Williams and sophomore D.J. Johnson. Spradling, who has seen action in 101 games in his career with 72 starts, has started 66 of the last 68 games with experience as both a point and shooting guard, while Southwell earned the starting nod in each of the last 26 games after the switch to the four-guard lineup. Gipson is the only returning player to see action in all 35 games a year ago and Williams (34), Lawrence (31) and Johnson (30) each saw action in 30 or more contests. A strong seven-man recruiting class boosted by freshmen Marcus Foster, Wesley Iwundu and Jevon Thomas also look to contribute immediately for a Wildcat team, which returns 50 percent of its rebounding (50.4) and 40 percent or better of its scoring (45.2), field goals (45.9), 3-point field goals (40.8), steals (49.0) and minutes (49.1).

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One of 40 high school seniors named to the PARADE All-America team, Foster will see significant time at the shooting guard spot, along with Spradling. He scored 2,388 points in his four-year prep career at Hirschi High School in Wichita Falls, Texas and averaged a double-double in each of his last two seasons. He averaged 27.1 points on 58.6 percent shooting, including 39.7 percent from 3-point range, with 11.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.2 blocks per game as a senior. He led the team in nearly every statistical category, scoring 20 or more points 22 times and 30 or more points on 12 occasions to go with 22 double-doubles.

Frontcourt Much like the backcourt, the frontcourt has plenty of talent and experience, which includes the return of seniors Shane Southwell, Omari Lawrence and Ryan Schultz, juniors Nino Williams and Thomas Gipson, sophomore D.J. Johnson and freshman Wesley Iwundu and Jack Karapetyan. The versatile Southwell was named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Honorable Mention team after earning the same honors in the postseason a year ago. He averaged 8.4 points on 45.2 percent shooting, including 43.6 from 3point range, to go with 3.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.1 steals in 25.9 minutes per game as a junior. He ranked among the team’s Top 5 in a number of categories, including first in 3-point field goal percentage, second in assists, defensive rebounds and blocked shots and third in scoring, 3-point field goals and steals.

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Lawrence, along with Williams, could become the ‘X-Factor’ that Southwell was a year ago after playing in 31 games as a junior and averaging 2.1 points and 1.4 rebounds in 8.5 minutes per game. He scored in double figures twice, including a 12-point, 6-rebound outing in a win over Texas (1/30/13). Williams saw time in all but one game as a sophomore, averaging 4.2 points on 46.2 percent shooting with 3.3 rebounds in 12.5 minutes per game. He posted double-figure scoring in five games, including three in Big 12 play. He came up big in the home win over Oklahoma State, scoring 17 points on 7-of-11 field goals in 21 minutes. Iwundu has the ability to play multiple spots for the Wildcats after an outstanding prep career at Westfield High School in Houston, Texas. One of the Top 30 players in the Lone Star State, he averaged 18 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks in helping the Mustangs to a 31-7 record as a senior. Karapetyan played one season at Catheral Prep in Los Angeles, Calif., and was considered one of the top prospects on the West Coast. Schultz and Rohleder, both walk-ons, will provide depth in the front court. Schultz saw time in 13 games as junior after transferring from Hutchinson Community College, while Rohleder was redshirted a season ago after playing as a freshman. Gipson and Johnson was spent significant time at the power forward spot. Gipson, who lost nearly 25 pounds in the off-season to weigh at 265 pounds, averaged 7.9 points on 51.7 percent shooting as a sophomore to go with 5.0 rebounds in 18.7 minutes per game. He ranked among the team’s Top 5 in a number of categories, including first in field goal percentage and offensive rebounds, second in total rebounds and third in double-figure scoring, field goals, free throws made and attempted and defensive rebounds. Johnson played in 30 games as a freshman a year ago, averaging 2.3 points on 56 percent shooting with 2.5 rebounds per game. He came through in a big way in the win over Texas at the Big 12 Championship with eight points and seven rebounds in 15 minutes.

Schedule Kansas State will face a challenge schedule in 2013-14, as the Wildcats could play as many as 21 games against teams that advanced to the postseason a year ago, including 12 that earned invitations to the NCAA Tournament. In addition to year three of the 18-game round-robin Big 12 schedule, the squad will face non-conference tests with home matchups with Oral Roberts (Nov. 13), Long Beach State (Nov. 17), Ole Miss (Dec. 5) and George Washington (Dec. 31) as well as the Puerto Rico Tip-Off (Nov. 21-24), Gonzaga in the Wichita Wildcat Classic (Dec. 21) and Tulane at the Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival (Dec. 28) at the Barclays Center. K-State opens its 111th season of basketball when the Wildcats host Pittsburg State in their lone exhibition game on Nov. 1 with the official opener a week later on Nov. 8 when the squad hosts Northern Colorado for the first time since 1937. Following its trip to Puerto Rico, the team opens the month of December with four consecutive home games before its contest with Gonzaga in Wichita. The Wildcats play NCAA Tournament participant Ole Miss four days later on Dec. 5 in the inaugural Big 12-SEC Challenge. After trips to Wichita and Brooklyn, the squad wraps up non-conference play Dec. 31 with a home game George Washington. The Big 12 will again be one of the nation’s top conferences with seven teams advancing to the postseason a year ago, including five in the NCAA Tournament. The league slate starts on Saturday, Jan. 4 with a home game vs. cofavorite Oklahoma State and includes visits by NCAA Tournament participants Iowa State, Kansas and Oklahoma as well as NIT champion Baylor. For the seventh consecutive season, the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship will be played at Kansas City’s Sprint Center.

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Championship Tradition Kansas State has one of the most tradition-rich men’s basketball programs in the nation. From famed players such as Bob Boozer, Rolando Blackman, Mitch Richmond and Michael Beasley to legendary head coaches Jack Gardner, Fred ‘Tex’ Winter, Lowell ‘Cotton’ Fitzsimmons and Jack Hartman, Kansas State has one of the nation’s proudest traditions in men’s basketball. The program was rated among top 30 all-time by two groups, including 22nd by Street & Smith’s in its publication titled the “100 Greatest College Basketball Programs of All-Time” and 27th by ESPN in its college basketball encyclopedia, which chronicles the complete history of men’s basketball. The Wildcats have been playing the game since 1902 and have racked up over 1,500 victories, 27 NCAA Tournament appearances and 20 conference championships. The program has advanced to the Sweet 16 on 16 occasions, while making 11 trips to the Elite Eight and four ventures to the game’s ultimate destination, the Final Four. Along the way, K-State has captured the passion of its fans, as the Wildcats have played before hundreds of sellouts crowds at its legendary home venues - Nichols Gym, Ahearn Field House and now, Bramlage Coliseum.

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Legendary Coaches Kansas State has a rich coaching heritage that includes some of the game’s greatest tacticians. Through the years, K-State’s coaching ledger has read like a who’s who of great basketball minds. Naismith Hall of Fame inductee Jack Gardner was one of the school’s first great coaches, guiding the Wildcats to 147 wins, two NCAA Final Four appearances, including the NCAA title game in 1951, and three conference titles. Fellow Naismith Hall of Fame inductee Tex Winter followed him in 1954 and would win 261 games in his 15-year tenure en route to two Final Fours and eight league titles. Cotton Fitzsimmons took the reins in 1968 and guided the ‘Cats to a Big Eight title before embarking on a 21-year NBA coaching career. Jack Hartman became coach in 1970 and guided the Wildcats to a school-record 295 wins, seven NCAA Tournaments and four league titles. Others to follow include 400+ game winners Lon Kruger (1986-90) and Dana Altman (1990-94) and future Hall of Famer and 700-game winner Bob Huggins (2006-07).

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Kansas State has seen six players earn distinction as the Conference Player of the Year. Two of those players - Lon Kruger and Mike Evans - won the award twice in their careers. Michael Beasley became the latest to join the club in 2008.

Kansas State has produced 11 first team All-Americans in its history, including two consensus selections (Bob Boozer in 1959 and Michael Beasley in 2008). Three players - Bob Boozer, Rolando Blackman and Chuckie Williams - did it twice in their careers.

Kansas State is one of just 17 schools in the nation to have more than one NBA No. 1 Draft pick since the Draft was instituted in 1947. Among the headliners of this prestigious list include Duke, Georgetown, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina and UCLA.

Kansas State’s 20 overall conference titles (18 regular season and two tournament titles) rank as the third-most among all current Big 12 schools. Only Kansas (55, Big 6/7/8) and Texas (24, SWC/Big 12) own more titles among the 10 institutions.

Kansas State became the 41st school in Division I history to tally 1,500 wins in 2011-12. The Wildcats became the sixth Big 12 Conference school to do so, joining Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and conference newcomer West Virginia.

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Big 12 Champs! Kansas State earned its 20th league title in school history and first in the Big 12 era in 2013. Led by 2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year Bruce Weber, Kansas State enjoyed one of its greatest men’s basketball seasons in 2012-13, posting a 27-8 overall record and a 14-4 mark in league play en route to their first-ever Big 12 regular-season championship and first conference title in 36 seasons. The 27 wins were the secondmost in school history and just the fifth 25-win season overall, while the 14 in league play tied the school record held by the 1958-59 team. The league title was the 20th in school history, including the 18th regular season crown, and the first regular season championship since the 1976-77 season. The Wildcats finished the season in the Top 25 of both major polls, including No. 12 in The Associated Press and No. 20 in the USA Today Coaches polls. The squad also placed three players on all-conference teams for just the third time in school history, including first team selection Rodney McGruder, who was the only men’s basketball player to earn First Team All-Big 12 honors in both athletics and academics in 2012-13. In the process, the senior class of Jordan Henriquez, Martavious Irving and McGruder became the winningest class (101) in school history and just the second to advance to four consecutive NCAA Tournaments.

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Kansas State led the Big 12 in five statistical categories, including scoring defensive (60.4 ppg.), turnover margin (+2.6), assist-toturnover ratio (1.4) and offensive rebounds (13.4). The squad also placed among the league’s Top 5 in five other categories.

The 14 conference wins in 2012-13 tied the 1958-59 squad for the most in school history. It also marked the sixth time in the last seven seasons that the Wildcats have collected 10+ wins in league play. The six league road wins tied for the most in the Big 12 era.

Kansas State’s 27 wins in 2012-13 were the second-most in a single season in school history and just the fifth 25-win season overall. Only the 2009-10 Elite Eight team (29) won more games. It also marked the 26th 20-win season, including the seventh consecutive.

The three-man senior class of Jordan Henriquez, Martavious Irving and Rodney McGruder became the winningest senior class in school history, posting a 10138 overall record. They are just the second class in school history to advance to four NCAA Tournaments.

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‘Cats at the Big Dance Kansas State made its fifth NCAA Tournament trip in six years with its appearance in 2013. Big 12 regular-season co-champion and No. 12/14 K-State was rewarded for its successful 2012-13 season, as the Wildcats earned their 27th NCAA Tournament appearance, including its fifth in the last six seasons, by receiving an at-large bid to the “Big Dance”. It was the Kansas State’s record-setting seventh consecutive postseason appearance (5 NCAAs and 2 NITs) and just the second time in school history that it has advanced to the NCAA Tournament in four straight seasons. The Wildcats earned a No. 4 seed in the West Regional - its fourth single-digit seed since 1989 - and was sent to Kansas City’s Sprint Center where they played before a sold-out crowd of more than 18,000. Down as many as 19 points, including 18 at halftime, the squad nearly mounted its greatest comeback in school history before losing 63-61 to La Salle. The Wildcats recorded their school-record seventh consecutive 20-win season (and 26th in school history) and posted at least 10 league wins for the sixth time in seven years (one of two Big 12 schools to do so in the last four years) and received its seventh straight bye at the Big 12 Championship.

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K-State advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive season in 2012-13, a feat which has only been done one other time in school history (198690). The three-man 2013 senior class also became the winningest in school history with 101 victories.

In making the NCAA Tournament in 2012-13, K-State advanced to the postseason for the seventh straight season, including its fifth “Big Dance” trip in the last six years. It marked the first time in school history that the Wildcats have gone to seven consecutive postseasons.

K-State has finished the season ranked in the Top 25 of at least one major poll (The Associated Press or ESPN/USA Today Coaches polls) 23 times in school history, including three times (No. 7 in 200910, No. 21 in 2010-11 and No. 20 in 2012-13) in the last four years.

K-State made its 34th all-time postseason appearance when it received its at-large bid to the 2013 NCAA Tournament. It marked the 27th appearance in the “Big Dance” for the Wildcats in school history and the fifth since 2008. The other seven have come in the NIT.

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Named the 24th head men’s basketball coach at Kansas State on March 31, 2012, Weber enjoyed a memorable first season in Manhattan as he led the Wildcats to a 27-8 overall record and a share of their first conference title since 1977 with a 14-4 Big 12 mark. He is just the third first-year coach to win the Big 12 title since the league’s inception in 1997, while his 27 wins are the third-most by a rookie coach in conference history. The team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 27th time, including a school-record tying fourth consecutive season, and received its third-highest seed - No. 4 in the West Regional - in school history. He has compiled a 340-163 record in 15 seasons as a head coach, while his teams have participated in postseason play 11 times, including nine NCAA Tournament appearances. He has advanced to the Sweet 16 three times, while his 2004-05 Illinois squad advanced to the Final Four and played North Carolina for the NCAA Championship. Weber’s teams have won six conference regular season and tournament titles, including the 2002 and 2003 Missouri Valley, 2004 and 2005 Big Ten and 2013 Big 12 regular season titles. He has won 20+ games in 11 of his 15 campaigns and he has averaged 22.7 victories a season in his career.

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Bruce Weber has earned Coach of the Year honors 11 times, including consensus National Coach of the Year honors in 2005. He has won conference Coach of the Year accolades in three leagues, including Missouri Valley (2003), Big Ten (2005) and Big 12 (2013).

Bruce Weber has compiled a 340-163 (.676) in his 15 seasons as a head coach, which includes stints at Southern Illinois (1998-2004) and Illinois (2004-12). His teams have posted 11 20-win seasons, including a 37-win campaign en route to trip to the 2005 Final Four.

Ensuring stability and commitment to the program for years to come, university officials signed head coach Bruce Weber to a 1-year extension that will keep him at the helm of the program through the 2017-18 season.

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An Experienced Staff Led by one of the nation’s top veteran coaches, K-State has a talented and experienced staff. Head coach Bruce Weber has assembled a coaching staff that is not only talented and experienced but the perfect fit for how he wants to build K-State into one of the top programs in the country. The group is led by three talented assistant coaches - Chris Lowery, Alvin Brooks III and Chester Frazier - who have a combined 26 years of coaching experience at the Division I and junior college levels. Lowery has Division I head coaching experience and is a two-time Missouri Valley Conference Coach of the Year, having won 145 games during a stint at Southern Illinois (2004-12), which included three NCAA Tournament appearances and two Missouri Valley Conference titles. Brooks has helped win junior college national titles at both Arkansas-Fort Smith (2005-06) and Midland College (2006-07), while Frazier is considered one of the top point guards in Illinois history, leading the Fighting Illini to three trips to the NCAA Tournament. In addition, there are a number of key support personnel, including strength coach Jimmy Price, director of operations Drew Speraw, director of development Matt McCumber and video coordinator Dustin Yoder .

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Four staffers - assistants Chris Lowery and Chester Frazier, strength coach Jimmy Price and video coordinator Dustin Yoder have either played or coached with Bruce Weber. Frazier (Illinois) played for him, while Lowery, Price and Yoder were on his Illinois staff.

Drew Speraw played in 66 career games for his father, Kirk, at UCF from 2005-10. A captain as a senior in 2009-10, he connected on 39 percent from 3-point range during his career. The elder Speraw is alltime winningest coach in UCF history with 279 victories.

Chester Frazier was a four-year lettermen and two-time captain for Bruce Weber at Illinois (200509), guiding the Fighting Illini to 89 wins and three trips to the NCAA Tournament. He still ranks seventh all-time in the school’s history in career assists (484).

Chris Lowery has 145 career victories as a head coach at the Division I level, all coming at Southern Illinois (2004-12). He helped the Salukis to three NCAA Tournament appearances and three Missouri Valley titles. Twice he was named Coach of the Year.

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è Fans packed Bramlage Coliseum for the first visit by ESPN’s College Gameday in 2010.

Home of the Wildcats Kansas State fans are known to be some of the most passionate in all of college sports.

Fans have helped make Bramlage Coliseum one of the most intimidating environments in all of college basketball. K-State has won nearly 73 percent of its home games in its history, including 75 percent since moving to Bramlage Coliseum, dubbed “The Octogon of Doom,” in 1988-89. The school has ranked among the top 30 nationally in attendance in six of the past seven seasons, including finishing 25th in 2011-12 and third in the Big 12 with an average of 12,528 fans. K-State is one of just 13 schools nationally to draw over 12,000 in paid attendance for every regular season home game over the last three years. The 225,503 fans that attended K-State’s 18 home games in 2012-13 rank second in school history behind the 227,738 that passed through the turnstiles in 2010-11 and marks the sixth time in the last seven seasons that the school has drawn 200,000+ fans. The 12,528 per game average ranks fifth in school history, while four of the school’s top 5 attendance averages have come in the last six years. The Wildcats also play regular home games at Kansas City’s Sprint Center and Wichita’s INTRUST Bank Arena.

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Kansas State is one of just 13 schools nationally to draw over 12,000 in paid attendance for every regular season home game over the last three seasons (201013). Bramlage Coliseum has been sold out each of the past three seasons, a streak of 49 games.

Kansas State has posted 23 wins over ranked opponents in the 25year history of Bramlage Coliseum. In 2010-11, the Wildcats knocked off the No. 1 team in the country (Kansas) for the second straight season (Texas in 2009-10) and third time overall at home.

Kansas State has enjoyed 67 straight seasons with a winning record on its home courts. The streak has spanned four arenas and 10 head coaches. Since the streak began in 1946 at Nichols Gym, the program has an impressive 716-188 (.792) mark at home.

Kansas State tied records for wins (16) and highest winning percentage (16-1; .941) in Bramlage Coliseum history in 2012-13. The Wildcats have posted a 101-17 (.856) record at home in the past seven years, including a 43-15 (.741) mark vs. Big 12 foes.

Kansas State has posted a 301-97 (.756) overall record at Bramlage Coliseum, as the arena celebrated its 25th year in 201213. The team has won 10 or more home games 20 times in 25 seasons, including at least 11 each of the past 12 seasons.

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è All-Big 12 standout Rodney McGruder was one of four Wildcats to earn their degrees in 2013, along with Jordan Henriquez and Martavious Irving.

More Than Basketball Success in the classroom is just as important as the success on the court at K-State. Kansas State, which has led the Big 12 in graduation rate in four of the last six years, scored record-high marks across the board in 2013 as all 16 athletic teams met and exceeded the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) multi-year standard for the third straight year. The school earned APR Public Recognition distinction for men’s and women’s golf and men’s cross country after posting multi-year APRs in the top 10 percent of all squads in each sport. The Academic Progress Rate measures the eligibility, retention and graduation of student-athletes competing on every Division I sports team and also serves as a predictor of graduation success. The Division I Board of Directors set cut scores of 930 (multi-year) and 900 (out of 1,000) as a threshold for teams to meet or face possible immediate and historical sanctions. The men’s basketball team scored a 981 to soar past the standard after raising its multi-year score by 101 points over the last six seasons. During this span, K-State has seen 17 of 18 student-athletes earn their degrees, including Jordan Henriquez, Martavious Irving, Omari Lawrence and Rodney McGruder.

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Senior Victor Ojeleye was the male winner of the 2012 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award by Diverse magazine and the NCAA. He was selected the winner from over 600 minority candidates nominated across the country, including 10 male finalists.

Kansas State has seen seven men’s basketball players earn Academic All-America honors 11 times, including three-time recipient Tim Jankovich (198081-82) and two-time honorees Lon Kruger (1973-74) and Ed Nealy (1981-82).

A program-best 11 players were named to the Spring 2013 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll, including All-Big 12 First Team selection Rodney McGruder. McGruder, who was one of eight to make the Fall 2012 list, was named First Team Academic All-Big 12.

Kansas State has seen its men’s basketball players earn Academic All-Big Eight/12 accolades 53 times since 1965, including 28 times in the Big 12 era. Nine studentathletes have earned the honor three times, including recent 2012 graduate Victor Ojeleye.

Kansas State saw its Academic Progress Rate (APR) score in men’s basketball rise to 981 in 2012-13, soaring past the 930 mark after raising its multi-year score by a total of 101 points over the last six seasons. During that span, 17 of 18 have earned their degrees.

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è K-State’s new $18 million Basketball Training Facility was dedicated on October 5, 2012.

New Training Facility A new era of K-State Basketball has begun with the $18 million Training Facility. Located on the east side of Bramlage Coliseum, the 50,000-square foot facility will be the central headquarters for the Kansas State men’s and women’s basketball teams with close proximity to game day activities and other facilities such as the Academic Learning Center. The building is equipped with two practice courts, coaches’ offices, locker rooms for both teams and coaches, player lounges, a theatre-style team film room, a 2,500-square foot weight room, a sports medicine center with a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy facility and an atrium lobby with viewing deck. The facility was designed by Populous and constructed by MW Builders, and blends a modern glass and steel structure with the tradition of K-State limestone on the exterior. The building was dedicated on October 5, 2012 in a ceremony that included K-State President Kirk Schulz, athletics director John Currie and lead contributors Rand and Patti Berney and Jim and Laura Johnson.

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“It’s amazing. I said ‘wow’. It has the ‘wow factor’, no doubt about that. I’ve been in a lot of buildings over the years, including NBA buildings and other college basketball areas. This place is special and is up there with some of the best facilities in the country. It has all the bells and whistles and the people who built it didn’t skip anything. I think our players will appreciate it, because a lot of people have sacrificed by donating money or playing through the years, at Ahearn Fieldhouse or Bramlage Coliseum toughing it out. Now, our players have it made. It’s a great time for K-State basketball, and I’m very fortunate to be a part of it.”

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Summer Trip to Brazil Kansas State enjoyed a trip of a lifetime in the summer of 2012 with a 10-day trip to Brazil. Kansas State got a jump start on its preparations for the 2012-13 men’s basketball season with a 10-day trip to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from August 8-17, 2012. It was the program’s first international trip since 2004 and the first to the continent of South America. The Wildcats played four games during the trip, posting a 2-2 record against professional teams in both Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro utilizing international rules. The first three days of the trip (August 9-11) were spent in Sao Paulo, which at just over 11 million people is the largest city in Brazil and the largest in the southern hemisphere. The squad then spent the last half of the trip (August 13-16) in Rio de Janeiro, which is Brazil’s second largest city and the site of the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympic games. Between games the squad was able to visit various attractions in Rio, including Sugarloaf Mountain, Ipanema Beach and Christ The Redeemer Statue.

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“Brazil was a great experience that I will never forget, and I can probably vouch for my teammates. I had a chance to explore different cities, neighborhoods, and even areas of the city that people haf very little. I had a chance to meet people that were wealthy and kids who were poor. I had a very good time giving back to those who didn't have much, and it made me realize how blessed I am. I also had chance to eat many different varieties of Brazilian food, from the pizza to the steak! I loved the beach even though I only put my feet in the ocean, and watching some of the guys "trying" to ride the waves. I was also able to visit the souvenir shop where I bought many different things for my family and friends. Overall, it is by far the most memorable trip I have had with my K-State Family!!!�

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è K-State and Kansas played before a sellout crowd in the 2013 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship at the Sprint Center.

A Big Time Conference Kansas State is a part of the nation’s best athletic conference - the Big 12 Conference The Big 12 has established a consistent level of national success on the field and in the classroom as it enters its 18th season in 2013-14. Since it began play in 1996-97, the Conference can boast 52 national championships and 537 individual NCAA titles. The success continued during the 2012-13 season, as five teams won NCAA team national championships, including Kansas in outdoor track and field, Oklahoma in softball, Oklahoma State in men’s cross country, Texas in women’s volleyball and West Virginia in rifle, while two student-athletes - Baylor’s Brittney Griner (basketball) and Oklahoma’s Keilani Ricketts (softball) - brought national acclaim to the Big 12 by being named National Players of the Year in their respective sports. Additionally, the Big 12 collected 20 individual national titles. Over the past nine seasons, 28 NCAA trophies have been hoisted by Big 12 schools, with at least one national crown won in all but one year for the Big 12, including each of the past 16 seasons. In basketball, the Big 12 is tied for first nationally with 19 teams advancing to the Elite Eight, while the league boasts seven Final Four teams in the past eight years. In 2012-13, five men’s teams (Iowa State, Kansas, K-State, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State) advanced to the NCAA Tournament.

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The Big 12 has been ranked among the top five conferences in the final RPI in six consecutive seasons and 11 of 12 years since 2002. The Big 12 has had at least five teams with 20+ wins for 15 consecutive years and six squads with 20+ victories for seven years in a row.

The Big 12 is the only conference in the country where all 10 head coaches has guided at least one team to the NCAA Tournament, while six have led a squad to a Final Four at some point in their careers with five boasting at least 500 career victories.

In the last five years, the Big 12 has been among the national leaders in earning NCAA bids (29), including five in 2012-13. Only the old Big East (43) and Big Ten (32) has more in that span. Since 2002, the Big 12 is tied for first with 19 teams advancing to Elite Eight.

The Big 12 has seen 91 players selected in the NBA Draft since 1996-97, including 44 in the last six years. The Big 12 has had at least four players drafted in each of the last 10 years, while the league has at least one first-round choice in 16 of its 17 seasons.

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A Vibrant University Kansas State is a first-class public institution with more than 250 majors offered in nine colleges. It’s a great time to be a K-Stater! Kansas State University is coming off a historic year as it celebrated its 150th anniversary as the first land-grant institution and Kansas’ first public university. Providing more than 24,000 students a world-class education, the university offers more than 250 majors in nine colleges Agriculture, Architecture, Planning and Design, Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Human Ecology, Technology and Aviation and Veterinary Medicine. K-State is the nation’s No. 1 public school in Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater and Udall scholarship winners since 1986. President Kirk Schulz, Provost April Mason, student, staff and alumni are working toward the goal of becoming recognized as a Top 50 public research university by 2025. To do that the university is working to boost total research and development expenditures, among other goals. Check out the progress at www.k-state.edu/2025.

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Kansas State was once again recognized by the Princeton Review as one of “The Best 377 Colleges” in 2012, an honor only 15 percent of the nation’s 2,500 college receive. The university was also featured on Forbes magazine’s 2012 America’s Best Colleges list.

Kansas State raised a record amount of research funding during the 2011-12 fiscal year. For the second consecutive year, the Kansas State Foundation set a new fundraising record with gifts totaling $121 million, which helped establish 92 scholarships.

Debuting in 2011, K-StateHD.TV is an exclusive high-definition online network providing K-State a world-wide connection for live athletics and academics. A joint venture with athletics, the network plans to broadcast 200+ hours of programming in 2012-13.

K-State is working toward the goal of becoming recognized nationally as a Top 50 public research university in the next 13 years. To do that, the university is working to boost total research and development expenditures, among other goals.

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Weber guided K-State to one of its best seasons ever in 2012-13, as the Wildcats posted a 27-8 overall record and captured a share of their first conference title since 1977 with a 14-4 Big 12 mark. He became just the third first-year head coach to win the Big 12 regular season since the league’s inception in 1997, while his 27 wins were the third-most by a rookie head coach in conference history. The team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 27th time, including a schoolrecord tying fourth consecutive season, and received its third-highest seed – No. 4 in the West Regional – since the NCAA began seeding teams in 1979. Weber’s 27 wins in 2012-13 were the second-most in a single season in school history and just the fifth 25-win season overall, while the 14 conference wins tied the 1958-59 team for the most in school history. The league title was the 20th overall and the 18th won in the regular season and the first by the school since winning the Big Eight Championship in 1977. The Wildcats were ranked for 13 consecutive weeks to end the season, including two weeks in the Top 10. For his efforts, Weber was selected as the 2013 Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year by the league coaches and The Associated Press, while he was named the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District Coach of the Year. It was his third league Coach of the Year accolade in his career after winning the honor in the Missouri Valley in 2002-03 and the Big Ten in 2004-05. He was also a finalist for the 2013 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year and Skip Prosser Man of the Year awards. Weber agreed to an original 5-year contract, but it was extended an extra year on April 10, 2013, and now runs through the 2017-18 season. He will be paid $1.75 million in 2013-14 and will receive a $100,000 base salary increase each year remaining on the contract ($1.85 million in 2014-15, $1.95 million in 2015-16, $2.05 million in 2016-17 and $2.15 million in 2017-18). The extension was unanimously approved by the K-State Athletics, Inc., Board of Directors. “My family and I couldn’t be more thrilled with our decision to come to K-State,” said Weber upon his contract extension. “It was a magical year in our athletic department that started with the success of our football team under Coach Snyder’s leadership and our team was able to seize that momentum and win our first conference title in nearly four decades. Whenever you have success, it is a direct reflection of your team and staff and I have said all along we had great chemistry between our players and staff all year. I’m so proud to be associated with this group of players and coaches and I can’t thank them enough for their hard work and sacrifice this season.”

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The success enjoyed at K-State in 2012-13 was nothing new for Weber, who has compiled a 340-163 (.676) in his 15 seasons as a head coach, which includes stints at Southern Illinois and Illinois. His .676 winning percentage ranks 25th among active Division I head coaches, including fourth among head coaches in the Big 12, while his 340 wins are the 11th-most by a head coach in his first 15 seasons in NCAA history. His teams have participated in postseason play in 11 of 15 seasons, including nine NCAA Tournament appearances. He has won 11 NCAA Tournament games, including trips to the Sweet 16 in 2002, 2004 and 2005, while his 200405 Illinois squad played North Carolina for the NCAA title. Weber’s teams have won a combined six conference regular season and tournament championships, including the 2002 and 2003 Missouri Valley, 2004 and 2005 Big Ten and 2013 Big 12 Conference regular season titles. He has won 20 or more games in all but four of his 15 campaigns, including an Illinois school-record 37 wins in 2004-05, and he has averaged 22.7 victories a season in his head coaching career. Weber has won numerous Coach of the Year honors in his career, including consensus National Coach of the Year accolades in 2005 en route to guiding Illinois to the National Championship game. Among the National Coach of the Year awards earned by Weber in 2005 were the Naismith Award, The Associated Press, Adolph F. Rupp Cup, U.S. Basketball Writers Association’s Henry Iba Award, National Association of Basketball Coaches, Chevrolet/CBS, The Sporting News and Basketball Times. He was also selected as the 2003 Missouri Valley Conference, 2005 Big Ten Conference and 2013 Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year. “Our men’s basketball program, from top to bottom, has made continued improvement under Coach Weber and his staff since their arrival last April,” said Currie upon announcing Weber’s one-year contract extension. “From our first conference championship in 36 seasons to a record-number of players on the Big 12 Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll, I am extremely excited about the forward trajectory of our program under his leadership.” In all, Weber has 33 years of college coaching experience, which includes 19 seasons as an assistant coach for 2013 College Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Gene Keady, a native of Garden City, Kan., and 1958 K-State graduate. Weber spent his entire assistant coaching career with Keady, first at Western Kentucky (1979-80) and then Purdue (1981-98). The coaching duo helped the Hilltoppers to the Ohio Valley Conference regular season and tournament titles and a trip to NCAA Tournament in 1980 before moving to West Lafayette and the Purdue Boilermakers the following season. In Weber’s 18 years at Purdue, the Boilermakers won six Big Ten titles, played in 14 NCAA Tournaments and made three NIT appearances. All told, Weber has been a part of more than 700 victories, 24 NCAA Tournament appearances and 12 conference championships in his coaching career, which has included stops at Western Kentucky, Purdue, SIU, Illinois and now, K-State. “Bruce Weber, in my opinion, is one of the Top 5 coaches in the nation,” said Keady, currently a special assistant to St. John’s head coach Steve Lavin. “I am so happy for Bruce and his family, and I feel proud and lucky as a K-State alum to have him as the coach of my alma mater.”

2013 District VI Coach of the Year [U.S. Basketball Writers Association]

2007 Champion Award [Coaches vs. Cancer] 2004-05 Naismith Trophy Coach of the Year [Atlanta Tipoff Club] 2004-05 National of the Year [Chevrolet/CBS] 2004-05 National Coach of the Year [The Associated Press] 2004-05 National Coach of the Year [National Association of Basketball Coaches] 2004-05 National Coach of the Year [The Sporting News] 2004-05 National Coach of the Year [Basketball Times] 2004-05 Adolph F. Rupp Cup Recipient [Commonwealth Athletic Club of Kentucky] 2004-05 Henry Iba Award [U.S. Basketball Writers Association] 2004-05 Victor Awards National Coach of the Year [Academy of American Sports Awards] 2004-05 Coach of the Year [Nike Championship Basketball Clinic] 2004-05 Big Ten Coach of the Year [league coaches] 2002-03 Missouri Valley Coach of the Year [league coaches]

■ The Illinois Years (2003-12) Weber arrived at K-State after a nine-year stint (2004-12) as the head coach at Illinois, where he posted a 210101 (.675) overall record with six NCAA Tournament appearances, two Big Ten Championships (2004, 2005) and one Big Ten Tournament title (2005). He also had two runner-up finishes (2006, 2009) and seven upper-division finishes in his tenure. Through his nine years at the helm of the Fighting Illini program, Illinois was the 15th winningest program in the nation. Seven times in his tenure his teams reached the coveted 20-win mark, including a school-record 37 wins in 2004-05 en route to the NCAA Championship game.

Weber’s 210 wins rank third in school history behind Lou Henson (423; 1976-96) and Harry Combes (316; 1948-67), while his nine-year stint was the longest since Henson retired in 1996 and represents the fifth-longest in school history. In addition, his win total is the second-most in Big Ten history by a coach after his first nine years, while his .675 winning percentage ranks as the seventh-highest of any head coach in Big Ten history who coached at least nine seasons in the conference. His winning percentage is higher than mentor Gene Keady (.611) as well as other Big Ten icons Branch McCracken (Indiana), Tom Davis (Iowa), Lou Henson (Illinois), Johnny Orr (Michigan) and Jud Heathcote (Michigan State). In addition, his 89 Big Ten wins rank 26th all-time in the league’s history. Weber had five players taken in the NBA Draft during his stint at Illinois, as Deron Williams (No. 3, Utah Jazz) and Luther Head (No. 24, Houston Rockets) were taken in the first round of the 2005 Draft, James Augustine (No. 41, Orlando Magic) and Dee Brown (No. 46, Utah Jazz) were chosen in the second round of the 2006 Draft and Meyers Leonard (No. 11, Portland Trail Blazers) was selected in the first round of the 2012 Draft. The selection of Williams at No. 3 overall in the 2005 lottery made him the highest-drafted players in Illinois history. A current Brooklyn Net and three-time NBA All-Star (2010, 2011, 2012), Williams helped Team USA win gold at the 2012 London Olympic Games for the second consecutive Games.

è Bruce Weber led K-State to the 2013 Big 12 title.

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The Wildcats also excelled off the basketball court under Weber’s leadership, as a program-best 11 players, including starters McGruder, Rodriguez and Jordan Henriquez as well as reserves Thomas Gipson and Nino Williams, were named to the Spring 2013 Big 12 Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll after eight were selected to the Fall list. In addition, McGruder (first team) and Spradling (second team) were selected to the Academic All-Big 12 Team. McGruder was the lone Big 12 men’s basketball player to earn both All-Big 12 First Team honors for his efforts on the court and in the classroom. All three seniors – Henriquez, Martavious Irving and McGruder – the winningest class in school history – along with rising senior Omari Lawrence earned their degrees from K-State this past May.

Weber Trophy Case

2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year [league coaches/The Associated Press]


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27 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 4 FINAL FOURS 11 ELITE EIGHTS 16 SWEET 16s 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

■ Weber

vs. Opponents

Air Force ______________1-0 Alabama-Huntsville ______1-0 Arizona ______________1-2 Arizona State __________1-0 Arkansas ______________2-0 Arkansas-Little Rock ______1-0 Austin Peay ____________1-0 Ball State ____________1-1 Baylor ______________2-0 Belmont ______________2-0 Boise State ____________1-0 Bradley ______________6-8 BYU ________________0-1 BYU-Hawai’i ____________1-0 Cal State Northridge ______2-0 Charlotte______________1-1 Chicago State __________3-0 Cincinnati ____________2-0 Clemson ______________1-1 Colorado ______________1-0 Colorado State __________1-1 Connecticut ____________0-1 Coppin State____________2-0 Cornell ______________1-0 Creighton ____________5-7 Dayton ______________0-1 Delaware______________1-0 Delaware State __________1-0 Detroit ______________1-0 Drake ________________9-1 Duke ________________0-2 Eastern Michigan ________1-0 Eastern Washington ______1-0 Evansville ____________9-2 Fairleigh Dickinson ________1-0 Florida ______________1-0 Florida A&M ____________2-0 George Mason __________2-0 George Washington ______1-0 Georgetown ____________2-0 Georgia ______________2-1 Georgia Southern ________1-0 Gonzaga ______________3-2 Hartford ______________1-0 Hawai’i ______________2-0 Idaho State ____________1-0 Illinois ______________0-1 Illinois State __________10-3 Illinois-Chicago __________5-3 Indiana ______________12-7 Indiana State __________9-2 Iowa ______________13-3 Iowa State ____________2-1 IUPUI ________________1-0 Jackson State __________2-0 Kansas ______________0-4 Kansas City ____________1-0 Kent State ____________2-0 Lamar ______________1-0 La Salle ______________0-1 Lipscomb ____________1-0 Long Beach State ________1-1 Longwood ____________1-0 Louisville______________1-0 Loyola (Md.)____________1-0 Loyola Chicago __________1-0 Maryland ____________2-2 Md.-Eastern Shore ________1-0 Massachusetts __________1-0 Memphis______________1-0 Mercer ______________1-0 Miami (Ohio) __________1-1 Michigan ____________10-8 Michigan State __________8-8

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Milwaukee ____________2-0 Minnesota ____________13-3 Mississippi ____________0-1 Missouri ______________6-4 Missouri State __________6-7 Murray State __________4-1 Nebraska______________1-1 Nevada ______________1-0 North Carolina __________2-2 Northeastern __________1-0 Northern Colorado ________1-0 North Dakota __________1-0 North Florida __________1-0 Northern Illinois ________1-0 Northern Iowa __________7-3 Northwestern __________13-4 Northwestern State ______1-0 Oakland ______________2-0 Ohio State ____________6-11 Oklahoma ____________2-0 Oklahoma State__________3-1 Oregon ______________2-1 Penn State ____________10-7 Presbyterian____________1-0 Providence ____________0-1 Purdue ______________7-11 Richmond ____________1-0 Rutgers ______________1-0 Saint Louis ____________3-2 Saint Mary’s (Calif.)________1-0 Santa Clara ____________0-1 Savannah State __________1-0 SE Missouri State ________5-1 SIU Edwardsville ________2-0 South Dakota __________1-0 South Dakota State________1-0 Southern Illinois ________1-0 St. Bonaventure__________1-0 Stony Brook ____________1-0 Temple ______________1-0 UT-Martin ____________2-0 Tennessee ____________0-1 Tennessee State__________0-1 TCU ________________2-0 Texas ________________3-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ____1-0 Texas Southern __________1-0 Texas Tech ____________3-0 Texas-Pan American ______1-0 Texas Southern __________1-0 Toledo ______________1-0 Troy ________________0-1 Tulsa ________________2-0 UC Irvine ______________1-0 UNLV ________________1-1 USC Upstate ____________1-0 Utah ________________0-1 Valparaiso ____________1-0 Vanderbilt ____________2-0 VCU ________________1-0 Virginia Tech____________0-1 Wake Forest ____________1-0 Washington ____________0-1 Weber State ____________1-0 West Virginia __________2-0 Western Carolina ________1-0 Western Illinois __________1-0 Western Kentucky ________1-2 Western Michigan ________2-0 Wichita State __________10-1 Wisconsin ____________9-12 Wofford ______________1-0 Xavier________________1-1 Yale ________________1-0

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W E B E R

Weber coached five All-Americans at Illinois, including three during the run to the 2005 Final Four, while Brown became the first Fighting Illini player in more than 50 years to earn consensus first team All-American status. Brown was also selected as The Sporting News National Player of the Year in 2005 to go along with Big Ten Player and Defensive Player of the Year honors. Weber also coached three consensus second team All-Americans in Head (2005), Williams (2005) and Brown (2006). In addition, Brown earned the Bob Cousy Award, as the nation’s top point guard, and the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award, as the nation’s top player as a senior in 2006. In total, Weber coached 27 All-Big Ten selections, including seven first team honorees, during his time at Illinois to go with one Big Ten Player of the Year, one Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and one Big Ten Freshman of the Year (D.J. Richardson, 2010). He also helped coach three to both the Big Ten All-Freshman and All-Defensive Teams, including two-time selection and current assistant coach Chester Frazier. In addition, 20 players earned recognition to the Academic All-Big Ten team during Weber’s tenure. Hired as the 16th head coach in Illinois history on April 30, 2003, Weber saw immediate success in his first season in Champaign, as he led the Fighting Illini to 26-7 record and the school’s first outright Big Ten title in 52 years with a 13-3 league mark. He became just the third coach in Big Ten history to win a conference title in his first year. The squad won 10 in a row to end the regular season, including six straight road wins, to clinch the title. Armed with a balanced team with four players in double figures, Illinois knocked off Murray State and Cincinnati in the NCAA Atlanta First/Second Rounds in Columbus, Ohio before losing to top-seed Duke at the Georgia Dome. The following year, Weber guided the team to 29 consecutive victories to open the 2004-05 campaign. It marked the best start in school history and 12th-best start in NCAA Division I history. During the 100th season of Illinois basketball, Weber would take the Fighting Illini all the way to the NCAA Championship game. Illinois closed the year with a 37-2 record (tying the then-NCAA record for wins in a season), claiming both the Big Ten regular season and tournament titles. His team won the Big Ten regular-season title with a 15-1 record, becoming the first coach in Big Ten history to win outright conference titles in his first two years. The Fighting Illini were ranked No. 1 in the nation for 15 consecutive weeks, including a first-ever No. 1 ranking in the final The Associated Press poll. Weber’s Illinois squad defeated Fairleigh Dickinson and Nevada in the NCAA Chicago First/Second Round in Indianapolis, Ind., before dispatching of Milwaukee and Arizona in overtime in Rosemont, Ill., to earn the school’s first Final Four in 16 years. Led by National Player of the Year and consensus All-American Dee Brown as well as All-Americans Luther Head and Deron Williams, the Fighting Illini knocked off fourth-ranked Louisville, 72-57, in the first national semifinal to reach the championship game for the first time in school history. In a battle of the nation’s two best teams, No. 2 North Carolina used a late rally to earn a 75-70 win and deny top-ranked Illinois its first NCAA title. Head and Williams were named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament team. Despite losing three starters and 63 percent of its scoring from the NCAA runner-up team, Weber helped the Fighting Illini to a third consecutive 25-win season, a runner-up finish in the Big Ten and the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2005-06. The team spent the majority of the season in the Top 10 and recorded 26 wins to tie for the fourth-winningest season in school history. Illinois defeated Fairleigh Dickinson before losing to No. 17 Nevada in the second round of the NCAA Washington, D.C. Regional in San Diego. With a depleted roster that had six different players combine to miss a total of 58 games due to injury during the 2006-07 season, Illinois still advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive season under Weber en route to its fourth straight 20-win season at 23-12 overall and a tie for fourth place in the Big Ten with a 9-7 record. Three players were named to the All-Big Ten team. Weber suffered his first and only losing season as a head coach in 2007-08, as the Fighting Illini fell to a 16-19 record and a tie for ninth in the Big Ten. After losing eight games by less than seven points at one point in the season, the squad came on strong to win four of its last five and five of its final seven games, culminating with a runner-up finish at the Big Ten Tournament. Weber’s squad became the first No. 10 seed in the tournament’s history to advance to the title game, winning three games in three days over Penn State, No. 17 Purdue and Minnesota to reach the championship game vs. No. 8 Wisconsin. è Bruce Weber-coached teams have won six conference regular season and tournament titles.


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Weber’s 2008-09 squad was one of the most improved teams in the country, as the Fighting Illini posted a 24-10 record, including a tie for second place in the Big Ten with an 11-7 mark, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fifth time in six seasons. With 10 more regular season victories than it achieved the year before, Illinois tallied the third-biggest turnaround in NCAA Division I and the second-largest turnaround among BCS programs on the year. The team earned a No. 5 seed in the NCAA West Regional in Portland, Ore., where they lost to upstart Western Kentucky before finishing the year ranked 24th in the Pomeroy rankings.

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■ Weber

Coaching Record

Weber recorded his seventh 20-win season at Illinois in 2010-11 with a 20-14 record, as the squad spent more than of the season in the Top 25 and finished a tie for fourth place in a competitive Big Ten race that resulted in the conference having a then record-tying seven teams in the NCAA Tournament. With its NCAA second-round victory over UNLV, Illinois defeated a higher-seeded team for the second time in school history and recorded its first tournament win since 2006 before falling to top-seed Kansas in the second round. The team finished the year ranked 18th in the Ken Pomeroy’s rankings and 25th in Jeff Sagarin’s ratings. A team loaded with six freshmen, Weber guided the Fighting Illini to a 17-15 overall record in 2011-12, including a tie for ninth in the Big Ten with a 6-12 mark. The squad jumped out to a 15-3 record, which included wins over NCAA Tournament teams Gonzaga, St. Bonaventure, UNLV and No. 5 Ohio State, before the youthful Illini dropped 12 of their last 14 games. Two players were named to the All-Big Ten team, including sophomore Meyers Leonard, who opted to forgo his final two college seasons for the NBA Draft and was selected with the No. 11 pick by the Portland Trail Blazers. Weber has earned a solid reputation as a coach who stresses player development and fosters an unselfish brand of basketball where the most important facet is chemistry. His teams strive for up-tempo motion offense to go with hard-nosed man-to-man defense. Offensively, Weber’s teams have proven to be efficient with the ball in averaging 70 or more points in five of his nine seasons with Illinois, while leading the Big Ten in scoring in 2004 (72.8 ppg.) and ranking second in 2005. (77.0 ppg.). His teams at Southern Illinois also scored the ball well with averages of 75.5 (2002) and 74.5 (2003) points per game in his final two seasons. In 2009, Weber’s Illini led the nation in assist rate with an impressive 69.3 percent of Illinois’ baskets scored off of an assist, while the squad led the Big Ten and ranked seventh nationally with 17.5 assists per game average. In 2012-13, K-State ranked among the Top 20 nationally in assists (16th, 15.9 apg.) and assist-to-turnover ratio (11th, 1.38), while setting school records in both categories. A trademark of Weber-led teams are its fundamentally sound defense, holding opponents to less than 43 percent shooting each of the last 12 seasons, including a K-State squad which held foes to 41.8 percent from the field in 2012-13. The Wildcats, who led the Big 12 in scoring defense and ranked 36th nationally, posted the lowest opponent scoring average (60.4 ppg.) since 1982-83 and ninthlowest in school history. It marked the fourth time since 2006 that a Weber-coached squad paced a league in scoring defense and ranked among the Top 20 nationally in the category, including third in 2009 (57.2 ppg.) and fourth (57.1 ppg.) in 2007. ■ Southern Illinois Years (1998-2003)

Prior to his time at Illinois, Weber spent five seasons at Southern Illinois, where he led the Salukis to the top of the Missouri Valley, including league titles in 2002 and 2003, while collecting a 103-54 (.656) record from 1998 to 2003. His teams were a combined 52-15 (.776) those last two seasons, including consecutive MVC regular-season titles and NCAA Tournament appearances. His 2001-02 squad collected 28 wins, including 14 in league play, and made a run to the Sweet 16 with wins over Texas Tech and Georgia. He once again led the Salukis to the NCAA Tournament in 2002-03, where his team tallied 24 wins, including an impressive 16-2 mark in MVC play, before losing in the first round to No. 23 Missouri. Named head coach in April 1998, Weber led the Salukis to its first winning season in four years with a 15-12 record in 1998-99, including a tie for fifth-place in the Missouri Valley. He followed with the school’s first 20win season since 1994-95 in year two, which included a trip to the 2000 NIT. He led SIU to its first postseason victory since 1990-91 with a 94-92 win at Colorado in the first round before losing at BYU in the second round. ■ Western Kentucky and Purdue Years (1980-98)

Weber has a long association with Gene Keady for whom he spent 19 years an assistant coach, first at Western Kentucky (1979-80) and then at Purdue (1980-98). After helping the Hilltoppers to a 21-8 overall record, an Ohio Valley Conference title and a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 1979-80, Weber followed Keady to West Lafayette, Ind., where for the next 18 seasons, he helped build the Boilermaker program into one of the best in the nation. During his stint, Purdue advanced to the postseason play 17 times, including 14 trips to the NCAA Tournament and three appearances in the NIT. The squad averaged nearly 22 wins with Keady-Weber at the controls, including six Big Ten titles, and a 394-168 (.701) overall record. ■ USA

Basketball Experience Weber is also actively involved in USA Basketball, where he serves on the Men’s Junior National Committee with Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim, North Carolina’s Roy Williams and Washington’s Lorenzo Romar, which selects coaches and athletes for USA Basketball college-aged competitions, including the World University Games, FIBA U19 World Championships, FIBA Americas U18 Championships and Pan American Games. He also served as an assistant coach for the USA Team at the World University Games in 1989 and head court coach for the Pan American team trials in 1991. Weber assisted Gene Keady in preparation for the Jones Cup, World University Game and Pan American Games while an assistant at Purdue.

■ Coaches vs. Cancer

Weber is involved in a number of charities, most notably Coaches vs. Cancer. He has been one of the nation’s most active coaches in the program, currently serving on the organization’s Council, and was the recipient of the 2007 Coaches vs. Cancer Champion Award. ■ Personal

Weber, 57, began his coaching career in his hometown of Milwaukee, where he started as a volunteer assistant at Madison (Wis.) High School before becoming a varsity assistant at Marquette University (Wis.) High School. Weber earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1978 and a master’s degree in education adminstration and physical education from Western Kentucky in 1981. He and his wife, Megan, of 33 years, have three daughters: Hannah, Christy and Emily.

Assistant Coach Western Kentucky (1979-80) Year 1979-80

Overall 21-8

Conf. Finish 10-2 (t-1st)

Postseason NCAA First Round

Conf. Finish 10-8 (4th) 11-7 (5th) 11-7 (t-2nd) 15-3 (t-1st) 11-7 (3rd) 11-7 (t-4th) 15-3 (t-1st) 16-2 (1st) 8-10 (t-6th) 13-5 (2nd) 9-9 (t-5th) 8-10 (t-6th) 9-9 (t-5th) 14-4 (1st) 15-3 (1st) 15-3 (1st) 12-6 (t-2nd) 12-4 (3rd)

Postseason NIT Third Place NIT Runner-Up NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Sweet 16

Assistant Coach Purdue (1980-98) Year 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

Overall 21-11 18-14 21-9 22-7 20-9 22-10 25-5 29-4 15-16 22-8 17-12 18-15 18-10 29-5 25-7 26-6 18-12 28-8

NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round NIT Final Eight NCAA First Round NCAA Elite Eight NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Sweet 16

Overall Record As An Assistant Coach: 415-176 (.702)

Head Coach Southern Illinois (1999-2003) Year 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Overall 15-12 20-13 16-14 28-8 24-7

Conf. Finish 10-8 (t-5th) 12-6 (3rd) 10-8 (t-4th) 14-4 (t-1st) 16-2 (1st)

Postseason NIT Second Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA First Round

Head Coach Illinois (2003-12) Year 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Overall 26-7 37-2 26-7 23-12 16-19 24-10 21-15 20-14 17-15

Conf. Finish 13-3 (1st) 15-1 (1st) 11-5 (t-2nd) 9-7 (t-4th) 5-13 (t-9th) 11-7 (t-2nd) 10-8 (5th) 9-9 (t-4th) 6-12 (t-9th)

Postseason NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Runner-Up NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NIT Quarterfinals NCAA Third Round

Head Coach Kansas State (2013-present) Year 2012-13 Total

Overall 27-8 340-163

Conf. Finish 14-4 (t-1st) 165-97

Postseason NCAA Second Round 9 NCAAs, 2 NITs

By the Number

Overall: 340-163 (.676) Conference Play: 165-97 (.630) ■ Non-Conference: 175-66 (.726) Home: 197-38 ■ Away: 79-80 ■ Neutral: 64-45 Conference Championship: 20-13 (.606) Postseason: 14-11 [11-9 in NCAAs] Overtime: 13-8

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Weber’s seventh Illini squad in 2009-10 tallied 21 victories - including six wins over Top 25 opponents - a fifth-place finish in the Big Ten with a 10-8 mark and a trip to the quarterfinals of the NIT. Led by junior Demetri McCamey and Big Ten Freshman of the Year D.J. Richardson, the team knocked off No. 5 Michigan State and No. 11 Wisconsin in back-to-back games during the regular season before earning the team’s sixth postseason appearances in seven years under Weber and the first in the NIT.


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Southern Illinois Era [1998-2003] 1998-99 [15-12/10-8 MVC (t-5th)] Home: 11-3 ■ Away: 3-8 ■ Neutral: 1-1 Date N14 N21 N28 D5 D12 D15 D21 D23 D28 J2 J6 J9 J13 J16 J18 J20 J23 J27 J30 F1 F7 F10 F13 F17 F20 F22

27 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 4 FINAL FOURS 11 ELITE EIGHTS 16 SWEET 16s 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Opp Opponent W/L — at Murray State L — VCU W — OREGON L — at Creighton* L — MISSOURI STATE* L — SAINT LOUIS W — ILLINOIS-CHICAGO W — at Western Kentucky L — vs. SE Missouri State! W — TULSA W — BRADLEY* L — INDIANA STATE* W — WICHITA STATE* W — at Northern Iowa* L — DRAKE* W — at Indiana State* W — at Wichita State* W — at Evansville* L — ILLINOIS STATE* W — CREIGHTON* W — at Illinois State* W — at Missouri State* (OT) L — EVANSVILLE* W — at Drake* L — NORTHERN IOWA* W — at Bradley* L Missouri Valley Tournament - St. Louis, Mo. — — vs. Bradley L

Score 62-65 59-58 64-70 60-86 62-76 70-58 63-37 69-78 70-49 70-56 59-65 63-62 67-55 58-80 69-52 64-63 58-52 56-61 60-49 85-78 69-63 68-72 80-65 60-64 66-61 56-58 59-62

!Played at TWA Dome (St. Louis, Mo.)

Scoring Leaders Name Monte Jenkins Ricky Collum Chris Thunell Derrick Tilmon Joshua Cross

Ht. 6-4 5-11 6-9 6-7 6-4

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

Pos. F G F C F

PPG 14.5 11.4 10.2 7.3 5.6

1999-2000 [20-13/12-6 MVC (3rd)] NIT SECOND ROUND Home: 10-3 ■ Away: 6-7 ■ Neutral: 4-3 Date N20 N24 N28 D4 D8 D11 D18 D21 D22 D23 D23 J2 J5 J8 J11 J16 J19 J22 J26 J28 F3 F5 F10 F12 F17 F19 F23 F26 F28 M4 M5 M16 M20

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Opp Opponent W/L — WESTERN KENTUCKY W — at Ball State L — at Long Beach State L — SANTA CLARA L — EVANSVILLE* W — at Illinois-Chicago W — at Missouri State* L Puerto Rico Holiday Classic - San Juan, P.R. — — vs. Massachusetts W — 11 vs. Tennessee L — — vs. Charlotte (OT) W — — TENNESSEE-MARTIN W — — SE MISSOURI STATE W — — at Illinois State* W — — CREIGHTON* L — — at Saint Louis L — — at Wichita State* W — — at Indiana State* L — — BRADLEY* W — — DRAKE* W — — at Evansville* W — — at Northern Iowa* L — — at Drake* W — — WICHITA STATE* W — — ILLINOIS STATE* W — — NORTHERN IOWA* W — — at Creighton* W — — INDIANA STATE* W — — at Bradley* L — — MISSOURI STATE* L Missouri Valley Tournament - St. Louis, Mo. — — vs. Evansville W — — vs. Missouri State L NIT First Round - Boulder, Colo. — — at Colorado W NIT Second Round - Provo, Utah — — at BYU L

Score 82-67 74-79 77-78 77-78 82-51 65-58 73-80 65-63 74-87 66-65 69-48 62-51 77-72 66-72 64-76 87-79 56-91 72-59 76-48 81-59 58-72 79-62 72-63 65-54 51-46 92-83 80-61 63-71 59-62 75-63 56-67 94-92 57-82

Scoring Leaders Name Kent Williams Chris Thunell Ricky Collum Derrick Tilmon Abel Schrader

Ht. 6-2 6-9 5-11 6-7 6-4

Yr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. F F G C F

PPG 13.3 10.8 9.6 8.2 8.0

2000-01 [16-14/10-8 MVC (t-4th)] Home: 10-4 ■ Away: 5-7 ■ Neutral: 1-3 Date N17 N21 N25 D2 D5 D9

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Opponent LONG BEACH STATE SAINT LOUIS BALL STATE at Indiana at SE Missouri State at Illinois-Chicago

W/L W W W L L L

Score 101-89 82-72 93-80 63-85 84-87 79-88

R D17 D21 D22 D23 D31 J2 J6 J10 J14 J17 J20 J24 J27 J31 F3 F7 F10 F12 F15 F17 F21 F24 F26 M3

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— MURRAY STATE W Yahoo! Sports Invitational - Laie, Hawai’i 24 vs. Mississippi L — vs. BYU-Hawai’i W — vs. Troy L — SAINT MARY’S (Calif.) W — NORTHERN IOWA* W — at Missouri State* L — BRADLEY* L — ILLINOIS STATE* L — at Wichita State* (OT) W — INDIANA STATE* W — at Bradley* L — DRAKE* W — at Creighton* L — at Evansville* W — MISSOURI STATE* W — CREIGHTON* L — at Drake* (OT) W — at Illinois State* L — at Northern Iowa* W — WICHITA STATE* (OT) W — EVANSVILLE* L — at Indiana State* W Missouri Valley Tournament - St. Louis, Mo. — — vs. Indiana State L

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66-70 85-64 69-77 80-55 72-59 62-72 65-76 74-88 80-72 68-65 54-57 65-61 63-78 67-65 68-65 63-77 89-84 60-69 76-65 68-62 74-79 61-59 64-67

Scoring Leaders Name Kent Williams Jermaine Dearmon Joshua Cross Abel Schrader Tyrese Buie

Ht. 6-2 6-8 6-4 6-4 6-6

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

Pos. G C F F F

PPG 17.6 11.6 10.6 9.2 6.6

2001-02 [28-8/14-4 MVC (t-1st)] NCAA EAST REGIONAL SEMIFINALS MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Home: 13-0 ■ Away: 9-5 ■ Neutral: 6-3 Date N16 N19 N22 N23 N24 N29 D1 D8 D16 D18 D22 D29 J2 J5 J7 J10 J12 J16 J19 J24 J26 J30 F3 F6 F9 F13 F16 F20 F23 F25 M2 M3 M4 M15 M17 M22

SIU — —

Opp Opponent W/L — BELMONT W — at Saint Louis W Las Vegas Invitational - Las Vegas, Nev. — — vs. Iowa State W — — vs. Hartford W — 2 vs. Illinois L — — ILLINOIS-CHICAGO W — 24 INDIANA W — — at George Mason W — — at Cal State Northridge W — — at Colorado State L — — SE MISSOURI STATE W — — at Murray State W — — at Evansville* W — — ILLINOIS STATE* W — — MISSOURI STATE* W — — at Wichita State* L — — NORTHERN IOWA* W — — at Bradley* W — — INDIANA STATE* W — — at Drake* W — — at Northern Iowa* L — — EVANSVILLE* W — — at Creighton* W — — WICHITA STATE* W — — DRAKE* W — — at Missouri State* L — — at Illinois State* L — — CREIGHTON* W — — at Indiana State* W — — BRADLEY* W Missouri Valley Tournament - St. Louis, Mo. — — vs. Bradley W — — vs. Missouri State W — — vs. Creighton L NCAA East First/Second Rounds - Chicago, Ill. — — vs. (6) Texas Tech W — 23 vs. (3) Georgia W NCAA East Semifinals - Syracuse, N.Y. — 10 vs. (2) Connecticut L

Score 82-71 69-64 66-57 78-46 72-75 76-68 72-60 73-66 74-60 62-80 92-80 67-63 82-72 79-58 84-74 79-88 83-58 55-49 91-73 79-64 64-69 101-62 79-77 78-58 66-57 71-78 70-84 65-62 84-74 84-73 66-44 86-63 76-84 76-68 77-75 59-71

Ht. 6-2 6-6 6-8 6-3 6-3

Yr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Pos. G C F G G

PPG 15.8 13.8 12.3 9.4 7.3

2002-03 [24-7/16-2 MVC (1st)] NCAA MIDWEST FIRST ROUND MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Home: 14-0 ■ Away: 8-5 ■ Neutral: 2-2 Date N24 N27 D3 D7 D14 D18 D22 D28 J2 J4 J8

SIU — — — — — — — — — — —

Opp — — — — — — — — — — —

J11 J15 J18 J22 J25 J29 F1 F6 F8 F13 F15 F19 F22 F26 M1 M3 M8 M9 M10 M22

Opponent GEORGE MASON COLORADO STATE MURRAY STATE at SE Missouri State at Illinois-Chicago at Charlotte CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE at Saint Louis DRAKE* ILLINOIS STATE* at Evansville*

W/L W W W W L L W L W W W

Score 83-74 83-71 85-56 85-69 71-73 67-80 86-74 60-71 76-63 74-65 90-84

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— at Indiana State* W — WICHITA STATE* W 13 at Creighton* L — at Northern Iowa* (OT) W — INDIANA STATE* W — BRADLEY* W — at Wichita State* W — at Drake* W — at Missouri State* W — NORTHERN IOWA* W — at Bradley* (OT) L — MISSOURI STATE* W ESPN Bracketbuster - Carbondale, Ill. — — MILWAUKEE W — — EVANSVILLE* W — 17 CREIGHTON* W — — at Illinois State* W Missouri Valley Tournament - St. Louis, Mo. — — vs. Illinois State W — — vs. Missouri State W — 19 vs. Creighton L NCAA Midwest First Round - Indianapolis, Ind. — 23 vs. (6) Missouri L

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69-61 69-64 76-85 88-78 60-48 75-72 94-59 65-64 76-75 72-61 73-77 74-69 66-64 76-64 70-62 78-62 75-63 64-55 56-80 71-72

Scoring Leaders Name Kent Williams Jermaine Dearman Darren Brooks Stetson Hairston Josh Warren

Ht. 6-2 6-8 6-3 6-3 6-8

Yr. Sr. Sr. So. So. So.

Pos. G F G G C

PPG 15.3 14.5 12.9 10.9 5.7

Illinois Era [2003-12]

Date N22 N26 N29 D2 D6 D9 D11 D13 D23 D30 J3 J7 J10 J14 J17 J21 J24 J31 F3 F8 F10 F18 F21 F25 F28 M3 M7 M12 M13 M14 M19 M21

#Played at The Palestra (Philadelphia, Pa.) !Played at the United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Scoring Leaders Yr. So. So. Jr. Jr. So.

Pos. G G F G C

PPG 14.0 13.3 11.6 11.0 9.6

2004-05 [37-2/15-1 Big Ten (1st)] NCAA FINAL FOUR (RUNNER-UP) NCAA CHICAGO REGIONAL CHAMPIONS BIG TEN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS BIG TEN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPION FINAL RANKING: No. 1 (AP), No. 2 (USA Today/ESPN) Home: 15-0 ■ Away: 8-1 ■ Neutral: 14-1 Date N19 N21

UI 6 6

Opp Opponent — DELAWARE STATE — FLORIDA A&M

W/L W W

N27 D1 D4 D6 D9 D11 D19 D22 D27 D30 D31 J5 J8 J12 J15 J20 J25 J29 F1 F6 F8 F12 F16 F19 F23 M3 M6

M24 M26

Opp Opponent W/L Score — WESTERN ILLINOIS W 94-66 — MERCER W 93-61 — at Temple# W 75-60 ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Greensboro, N.C. 11 10 vs. North Carolina L 81-88 11 — vs. Arkansas! W 84-61 Jimmy V Classic - New York City, N.Y. 14 — vs. Providence L 51-70 14 — MD.-EASTERN SHORE W 85-43 14 — MEMPHIS W 74-64 Braggin’ Rights - St. Louis, Mo. 21 11 vs. Missouri W 71-70 20 — vs. Illinois-Chicago! W 75-60 20 — ILLINOIS STATE (OT) W 80-73 19 — OHIO STATE* W 85-63 19 24 PURDUE* L 54-58 25 — at Northwestern* L 60-70 25 — IOWA* W 88-82 — — PENN STATE* W 80-37 — — at Wisconsin* L 56-76 — — MICHIGAN* W 67-52 — — at Indiana* W 51-49 — — at Minnesota* W 79-69 — — MICHIGAN STATE* W 75-51 — 12 WISCONSIN* W 65-57 — — at Penn State* W 66-58 23 — at Iowa* W 78-59 23 — NORTHWESTERN* W 66-56 18 — at Purdue* (OT) W 81-79 18 — at Ohio State* W 64-63 Big Ten Tournament - Indianapolis, Ind. 12 — vs. Indiana W 71-59 12 — vs. Michigan W 74-60 12 10 vs. Wisconsin L 53-70 NCAA Atlanta First/Second Round - Columbus, Ohio 13 — vs. (12) Murray State W 72-53 13 11 vs. (4) Cincinnati W 92-68 NCAA Atlanta Semifinals - Atlanta, Ga. 13 6 vs. (1) Duke L 62-72

Ht. 6-3 6-1 6-6 6-3 6-10

N24

M17 M19

UI 12 12 12

Name Deron Williams Dee Brown Roger Powell Luther Head James Augustine

C O

M11 M12 M13

2003-04 [26-7/13-3 Big Ten (1st)] NCAA ATLANTA REGIONAL SEMIFINALS BIG TEN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS FINAL RANKING: No. 13 (AP), No. 11 (USA Today/ESPN) Home: 12-1 ■ Away: 7-2 ■ Neutral: 7-4

M26

Scoring Leaders Name Kent Williams Rolan Roberts Jermaine Dearman Darren Brooks Stetson Hairston

B Y - Y E

Score 87-67 91-60

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— OAKLAND W 85-54 Wooden Tradition - Indianapolis, Ind. 24 vs. Gonzaga W 89-72 ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Champaign, Ill. 5 1 WAKE FOREST W 91-73 5 — vs. Arkansas! W 72-60 1 — CHICAGO STATE W 78-59 1 — at Georgetown W 74-59 1 — vs. Oregon# W 83-66 1 — VALPARAISO W 93-56 Braggin’ Rights - St. Louis, Mo. 1 — vs. Missouri W 70-64 1 — LONGWOOD W 105-79 Las Vegas Invitational - Las Vegas, Nev. 1 — vs. Northwestern State W 69-51 1 22 vs. Cincinnati W 67-45 1 — OHIO STATE* W 84-65 1 — at Purdue* W 68-59 1 — PENN STATE* W 90-64 1 — at Northwestern* W 78-66 1 23 IOWA* (OT) W 73-68 1 18 at Wisconsin* W 75-65 1 — MINNESOTA* W 89-66 1 12 at Michigan State* W 81-68 1 — INDIANA* W 60-47 1 — at Michigan* W 57-51 1 20 WISCONSIN* W 70-59 1 — at Penn State* W 83-63 1 — at Iowa* W 75-65 1 — NORTHWESTERN* W 84-48 1 — PURDUE* W 84-50 1 — at Ohio State* L 64-65 Big Ten Tournament - Chicago, Ill. 1 — vs. Northwestern W 68-51 1 — vs. Minnesota W 64-56 1 23 vs. Wisconsin W 54-43 NCAA Chicago First/Second Round - Indianapolis, Ind. 1 — vs. (16) Fairleigh Dickinson W 67-55 1 — vs. (9) Nevada W 71-59 NCAA Chicago Semifinals/Finals - Rosemont, Ill. 1 — vs. (12) Milwaukee W 77-63 1 9 vs. (3) Arizona (OT) W 90-89 NCAA Final Four - St. Louis, Mo. 1 4 vs. (4) Louisville W 72-57 1 2 vs. (3) North Carolina L 70-75 5

!Played at Verizon Arena (Little Rock, Ark.) #Played at the United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Scoring Leaders Name Luther Head Dee Brown Deron Williams Roger Powell James Augustine

Ht. 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-6 6-10

Yr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. G G G F C

PPG 15.9 13.3 12.5 12.0 10.1

2005-06 [26-7/11-5 Big Ten (t-2nd)] NCAA WASHINGTON, D.C. REGIONAL SECOND ROUND FINAL RANKING: No. 13 (AP), No. 17 (USA Today/ESPN) Home: 15-1 ■ Away: 5-4 ■ Neutral: 6-2 Date UI Opp Opponent W/L Score N18 17 — SOUTH DAKOTA STATE W 90-65 N20 17 — TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN W 71-59 N22 17 — TEXAS SOUTHERN W 93-59 South Padre Island Invitational - South Padre Island, Texas N25 15 — vs. Wichita State W 55-54 N26 15 — vs. Rutgers W 77-57 ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Chapel Hill, N.C. N29 12 — at North Carolina W 68-64 D3 12 — vs. Xavier! W 65-62 D5 11 — ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK W 75-49 D8 11 — GEORGETOWN W 58-48 D10 11 — vs. Oregon# W 89-59 D18 9 — COPPIN STATE W 61-42 Braggin’ Rights - St. Louis, Mo. D21 6 — vs. Missouri W 82-50 D28 6 — SE MISSOURI STATE W 89-64 D30 6 — TENNESSEE-MARTIN W 84-46 J5 6 7 MICHIGAN STATE* W 60-50 J7 6 — at Iowa* L 48-63 J14 7 — MICHIGAN* W 79-74 J17 7 13 at Indiana* L 60-62 J21 7 — at Northwestern* W 58-47 J25 8 — MINNESOTA* W 77-53 J28 8 — PURDUE* W 76-58 J31 6 — at Wisconsin* W 66-51 F4 6 — PENN STATE* L 65-66 F12 10 19 at Ohio State* L 53-69 F15 14 — NORTHWESTERN* W 63-47 F19 14 — INDIANA* W 70-58 F21 8 — at Michigan* L 64-72 F25 8 20 IOWA* W 71-59 F28 10 — at Minnesota* W 71-65 M4 10 — at Michigan State* W 75-68 Big Ten Tournament - Indianapolis, Ind. M10 9 — vs. Michigan State L 56-61 NCAA Washington, D.C. First/Second Round - San Diego, Calif. M16 13 — vs. (13) Fairleigh Dickinson W 78-69 M18 13 17 vs. (5) Nevada L 64-67 !Played at the United Center (Chicago, Ill.) #Played at The Rose Garden (Portland, Ore.)


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Scoring Leaders Name Dee Brown James Augustine Rich McBride Brian Randle Jamar Smith

Ht. 6-1 6-10 6-3 6-8 6-3

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

Pos. G F G F G

PPG 14.2 13.6 10.0 8.5 8.0

2006-07 [23-12/9-7 Big Ten (t-4th)] Date N13 N15 N17 N19 N21 N24 N25 N28 D2 D6 D9 D17 D19 D21 D29 J3 J6 J10 J14 J17 J20 J23 J27 J30 F3 F7 F10 F18 F21 F24 M3 M8 M9 M10 M16

UI Opp Opponent W/L Score — — AUSTIN PEAY W 80-35 — — JACKSON STATE W 76-55 — — GEORGIA SOUTHERN W 85-50 — — FLORIDA A&M W 84-63 — — SAVANNAH STATE W 81-34 Basketball Hall of Fame Challenge - Hoffman Estates, Ill. — — vs. Miami (Ohio) W 51-49 — — vs. Bradley W 75-71 ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Champaign, Ill. — 23 MARYLAND L 66-72 — 16 vs. Arizona! L 72-84 — — IUPUI W 87-59 — — vs. Illinois-Chicago# W 71-66 — — BELMONT W 77-51 Braggin’ Rights - St. Louis, Mo. — — vs. Missouri W 73-70 — — IDAHO STATE W 71-60 — — vs. Xavier% L 59-65 — — at Michigan* L 61-71 — 6 OHIO STATE* L 44-62 — — IOWA* W 74-70 — — at Michigan State* L 57-63 — — at Minnesota* W 64-52 — 2 WISCONSIN* L 64-71 — 23 INDIANA* W 51-43 — — at Purdue* L 47-64 — — MICHIGAN STATE* W 57-50 — — MINNESOTA* W 59-49 — — at Northwestern* W 58-43 — — at Indiana* L 61-65 — — NORTHWESTERN* W 48-37 — — MICHIGAN* W 54-42 — — at Penn State* W 68-50 — — at Iowa* L 53-60 Big Ten Tournament - Chicago, Ill. — — vs. Penn State W 66-60 — — vs. Indiana (OT) W 58-54 — 3 vs. Wisconsin L 41-53 NCAA West First Round - Columbus, Ohio — — vs. (5) Virginia Tech L 52-54

!Played at the U.S. Airways Center (Phoenix, Ariz.) #Played at United Center (Chicago, Ill.) %Played at U.S. Bank Arena (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Scoring Leaders Name Warren Carter Shaun Pruitt Rich McBride Jamar Smith Brian Randle

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

Pos. F C G G F

PPG 13.7 11.4 9.6 8.1 7.4

Home: 7-8 ■ Away: 3-8 ■ Neutral: 6-3 UI — —

N19 N20 N21

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N28 D1 D8 D17 D20

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D22 D28 D30 J3 J6 J10 J13 J16 J19 J22 J27 J30 F2 F7 F12 F16 F20 F23 M1 M6 M8

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54-50 48-61

Opp Opponent W/L — NORTHEASTERN W — at Hawai’i W Maui Invitational - Maui, Hawai’i — vs. Arizona State W 13 vs. Duke L — vs. Oklahoma State W ACC/Big Ten Challenge - College Park, Md. — at Maryland L — WEBER STATE W 22 vs. Arizona! (OT) L — WESTERN CAROLINA W — MIAMI (OHIO) L Braggin’ Rights - St. Louis, Mo. — vs. Missouri W — LOYOLA (MD.) W — TENNESSEE STATE L — OHIO STATE* L — PENN STATE* L 21 at Wisconsin* L 10 at Indiana* L — MICHIGAN* W — at Purdue* L — at Ohio State* L — NORTHWESTERN* W 8 at Michigan State* L — PURDUE* L 14 INDIANA* (2OT) L — at Minnesota* W — at Penn State* L 11 WISCONSIN* L — at Michigan* L — at Iowa* W 17 MICHIGAN STATE* L — MINNESOTA W Big Ten Tournament - Indianapolis, Ind. — vs. Penn State W 17 vs. Purdue (OT) W

M17

Scoring Leaders Name Shaun Pruitt Trent Meacham Brian Randle Demetri McCamey Calvin Brock

Ht. 6-10 6-2 6-8 6-3 6-5

Yr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

Pos. C G F G G

PPG 12.6 10.1 9.4 8.2 7.4

NCAA WEST REGIONAL FIRST ROUND Home: 14-3 ■ Away: 5-5 ■ Neutral: 5-2 Date UI Opp Opponent W/L Score N14 — — EASTERN WASHINGTON W 66-50 N16 — — TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI W 72-53 N20 — — at Vanderbilt W 69-63 N23 — — JACKSON STATE W 78-64 South Padre Island Invitational - South Padre Island, Texas N28 — — vs. Kent State (OT) W 69-63 N29 — — vs. Tulsa W 48-44 ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Champaign, Ill. D2 — — CLEMSON L 74-76 D6 — — vs. Georgia! W 76-42 D8 — — HAWAI’I W 68-58 D10 — — CHICAGO STATE W 89-50 D20 — — DETROIT W 82-51 Braggin’ Rights - St. Louis, Mo. D23 — — vs. Missouri W 75-59 D28 — — EASTERN MICHIGAN W 62-53 D30 — 9 at Purdue* W 71-67 J4 — 23 at Michigan* L 64-74 J10 — — INDIANA* W 76-45 J14 — 25 MICHIGAN* W 66-51 J17 — 7 at Michigan State* L 57-63 J20 25 — OHIO STATE* W 67-49 J24 25 — WISCONSIN* W 64-57 J29 19 — at Minnesota* L 36-59 F1 19 — IOWA* W 62-54 F5 23 — at Wisconsin* L 50-63 F8 23 12 PURDUE* W 66-48 F12 22 — at Northwestern* W 60-59 F15 22 — at Indiana* W 65-52 F18 18 — PENN STATE* L 33-38 F22 18 — at Ohio State* W 70-68 F26 20 — MINNESOTA* W 52-41 M1 20 9 MICHIGAN STATE* L 66-74 M5 23 — at Penn State* L 63-64 Big Ten Tournament - Indianapolis, Ind. M13 — — vs. Michigan W 60-50 M14 — 24 vs. Purdue L 56-66 NCAA South First Round - Portland, Ore. M16 — — vs. (12) Western Kentucky L 72-76

Scoring Leaders Name Demetri McCamey Mike Davis Mike Tisdale Trent Meacham Dominique Keller

Ht. 6-3 6-9 7-1 6-2 6-7

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

Pos. G F C G F

PPG 11.5 11.3 10.2 10.2 5.9

2009-10 [21-15/10-8 Big Ten (5th)] NIT THIRD ROUND Home: 13-5 ■ Away: 7-4 ■ Neutral: 1-6

77-54 66-79 65-49

Date N13 N17 N21 N24

UI 23 23 23 20

N27 N28

20 20

D2 D5 D8 D13 D19

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D23 D30 J2 J5 J9 J12 J16 J19 J23 J27 J30 F3 F6 F9 F14 F20 F23 F27 M2 M7

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59-58 77-43 58-60 58-74 64-68 60-70 58-62 75-57 67-74 58-64 70-37 41-51 75-83 79-83 84-60 51-52 57-71 43-49 58-47 51-59 67-58 64-63 74-67

Opp Opponent W/L — SIU EDWARDSVILLE W — NORTHERN ILLINOIS W — PRESBYTERIAN W — WOFFORD W Las Vegas Invitational - Las Vegas, Nev. — vs. Utah L — vs. Bradley L ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Clemson, S.C. 18 at Clemson W — BOISE STATE W — VANDERBILT W — WESTERN MICHIGAN W — vs. Georgia! L Braggin’ Rights - St. Louis, Mo. — vs. Missouri L 25 NORTHWESTERN* W — vs. Gonzaga# (OT) L — IOWA* W — at Indiana* W — PENN STATE* W — at Michigan State* L — PURDUE* L — at Northwestern* L — at Penn State* W — INDIANA W — at Iowa* W 5 MICHIGAN STATE* W 11 at Wisconsin* W 13 OHIO STATE* L 4 at Purdue* L — at Michigan* W — MINNESOTA* L 6 at Ohio State* L 15 WISCONSIN* L

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Big Ten Tournament - Indianapolis, Ind. 13 vs. Wisconsin W 5 vs. Ohio State (2 OTs) L NIT First Round - Stony Brook, N.Y. — — at Stony Brook W NIT Second Round - Champaign, Ill. — — KENT STATE W NIT Third Round - Champaign, Ill. — — DAYTON L — —

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58-54 81-88 76-66 75-58

58-60 68-72 76-74 84-77 79-68 88-53 67-70 68-81 89-83 83-85 59-42 66-60 54-53 63-73 78-84 68-73 77-67 72-70 57-49 78-73 63-56 53-72 65-75 51-44 60-62 57-73 57-72

F9 F12 F15 F18 F21 F26 M1 M4 M11

!Played at Gwinnett Arena (Duluth, Ga.) #Played at the United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Name Demetri McCamey Mike Tisdale Mike Davis D.J. Richardson Brandon Paul

N18 N19 N23 N27 N30 D4 D8 D12 D18 D22 D29 J2 J6 J11 J15 J18 J22 J27 F1 F5 F10 F13 F16 F19 F22 F26 M1 M5 M11 M18 M20

Yr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Pos. G C F G G

UI Opp Opponent W/L 13 — UC IRVINE W 13 — TOLEDO W 13 — SOUTHERN ILLINOIS W Coaches vs. Cancer Classic - New York City, N.Y. 13 — vs. Texas (OT) L 13 — vs. Maryland W 19 — YALE W 13 — WESTERN MICHIGAN W ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Champaign, Ill. 20 — NORTH CAROLINA W 20 — vs. Gonzaga! W 16 — OAKLAND W 16 — NORTHERN COLORADO W 12 — vs. Illinois-Chicago# L Braggin’ Rights - St. Louis, Mo. 21 9 vs. Missouri L 23 — at Iowa* W 23 — WISCONSIN* W 20 — NORTHWESTERN* W 16 — at Penn State* L 16 20 at Wisconsin* L 23 17 MICHIGAN STATE* W 23 1 OHIO STATE* L 20 — at Indiana* L — — PENN STATE* W — — at Northwestern* L — — at Minnesota* W — 14 PURDUE* L — — MICHIGAN* W — — at Michigan State* L — 2 at Ohio State* L — — IOWA* W — 6 at Purdue* L — — INDIANA* W Big Ten Tournament - Indianapolis, Ind. — — vs. Michigan L NCAA Southwest First/Second Round - Tulsa, Okla. — — vs. (8) UNLV W — 2 vs. (1) Kansas L

PPG 15.1 11.9 10.7 10.5 7.8

Score 79-65 84-45 85-63 84-90 80-76 73-47 78-63 79-67 73-61 74-63 86-76 54-57 64-75 87-77 69-61 88-63 55-57 66-76 71-62 68-73 49-52 68-51 70-71 71-62 70-81 54-52 57-61 70-89 81-68 67-75 72-48 55-60 73-62 59-73

!Played at Key Arena (Seattle, Wash.) #Played at the United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Name Demetri McCamey Mike Davis Mike Tisdale Brandon Paul D.J. Richardson

Ht. 6-3 6-9 7-1 6-4 6-3

Yr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So.

Pos. G F C G G

PPG 14.6 12.5 10.0 9.0 8.4

2011-12 [17-15/6-12 Big Ten (t-9th)] Home: 13-4 ■ Away: 2-8 ■ Neutral: 2-3 Date N11 N14 N17

UI — — —

N22 N23 N27

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N29 D3 D7 D11 D17 D19

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D22 D27 D31 J4 J7 J10 J19 J22 J28 J31 F5

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23 at Indiana* L 22 at Michigan* L — PURDUE* L — at Nebraska* L 8 at Ohio State* L — IOWA* W 13 MICHIGAN* L 14 at Wisconsin* L Big Ten Tournament - Indianapolis, Ind. — — vs. Iowa L

71-84 61-70 62-67 57-80 67-83 65-54 61-72 56-70 61-64

Scoring Leaders Ht. 6-3 7-1 6-9 6-2 6-4

2010-11 [20-14/9-9 Big Ten (t-4th)] NCAA SOUTHWEST REGIONAL SECOND ROUND Home: 15-2 ■ Away: 2-7 ■ Neutral: 3-5 Date N8 N10 N13

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!Played at the United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Scoring Leaders

Score 96-69 80-61 94-48 78-64

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2008-09 [24-10/11-7 Big Ten (t-2nd)]

Score 63-55 79-77

61-69 78-61 72-78 58-35 58-61

M12 M13

!Played at the United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

!Played at the United Center (Chicago, Ill.) Ht. 6-8 6-10 6-3 6-3 6-8

2007-08 [16-19/5-13 Big Ten (t-9th)] Date N11 N16

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Opp Opponent W/L — LOYOLA CHICAGO W — SIU EDWARDSVILLE W — LIPSCOMB W Cancun Challenge - Cancun, Mexico — vs. Richmond W — vs. Illinois State W — CHICAGO STATE W ACC/Big Ten Challenge - College Park, Md. — at Maryland W 19 GONZAGA W — ST. BONAVENTURE W — COPPIN STATE W — vs. UNLV! L — CORNELL W Braggin’ Rights - St. Louis, Mo. 9 vs. Missouri L — MINNESOTA* (2 OTs) W — at Purdue* L — at Northwestern* W — NEBRASKA* W 5 OHIO STATE* W — at Penn State* L — WISCONSIN* L — at Minnesota* (OT) L 9 MICHIGAN STATE* W — NORTHWESTERN* L

Score 67-49 66-46 79-64

Name Brandon Paul Meyers Leonard D.J. Richardson Joseph Bertrand Sam Maniscalco

Ht. 6-4 7-1 6-3 6-5 6-0

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

Pos. G C G G G

PPG 14.7 13.6 11.6 6.5 6.1

K-State Era [2012-present] 2012-13 [27-8/14-4 Big 12 (t-1st)] NCAA WEST REGIONAL SECOND ROUND BIG 12 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS FINAL RANKING: No. 12 (AP), No. 20 (USA Today/ESPN) Home: 17-1 ■ Away: 7-3 ■ Neutral: 3-4 Date N9 N12 N13 N18 N21 N23 D2 D8 D15 D18 D22 D29 D31 J5 J12 J16 J19 J22 J26 J30 F2 F5 F9 F11 F16 F18 F23 F25 M2 M5 M9 M14 M15 M16 M22

KSU Opp Opponent W/L Score — — NORTH DAKOTA W 85-52 NIT Season Tip-Off Midwest Regional - Manhattan, Kan. — — LAMAR W 79-55 — — ALA.-HUNTSVILLE W 87-26 — — NORTH FLORIDA W 74-55 NIT Season Tip-Off Championship - New York City, N.Y. — — vs. Delaware W 66-63 — 4 vs. Michigan L 57-71 — — USC UPSTATE W 72-53 — — at George Washington W 65-62 Battle in Seattle - Seattle, Wash. — 14 vs. Gonzaga L 52-68 — — TEXAS SOUTHERN W 78-69 Hy-Vee Wildcat Classic - Kansas City, Mo. — 8 FLORIDA W 67-61 25 — KANSAS CITY W 52-44 25 — SOUTH DAKOTA W 70-50 25 22 OKLAHOMA STATE* W 73-67 18 — at West Virginia* W 65-64 16 — at TCU* W 67-54 16 — OKLAHOMA* W 69-60 11 3 KANSAS* L 55-59 11 — at Iowa State* L 67-73 18 — TEXAS* W 83-57 18 — at Oklahoma* W 52-50 13 — at Texas Tech* W 68-59 13 — IOWA STATE* W 79-70 10 14 at Kansas* L 62-83 10 — BAYLOR* W 81-61 13 — WEST VIRGINIA* W 71-61 13 — at Texas* W 81-69 13 — TEXAS TECH* W 75-55 13 — at Baylor* W 64-61 9 — TCU* W 79-68 9 13 at Oklahoma State* L 70-76 Big 12 Championship - Kansas City, Mo. 11 — vs. Texas W 66-49 11 14 vs. Oklahoma State W 68-57 11 7 vs. Kansas L 54-70 NCAA West Second/Third Rounds - Kansas City, Mo. 12 — vs. (13) La Salle L 61-63

Scoring Leaders Name Rodney McGruder Angel Rodriguez Shane Southwell Thomas Gipson Will Spradling

Ht. 6-5 5-11 6-7 6-7 6-2

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

Pos. G G G/F F G

70-61 63-59 90-43 71-62 82-75 48-43 80-63 48-64 64-60 74-78 81-72 60-75 57-56 59-54 79-74 52-54 63-67 72-77 42-41 70-74

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Chris Lowery Associate Head Coach Second Year | Southern Illinois ‘95

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The Lowery File Experience: 19th year (Second at K-State)

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Date Hired: April 5, 2012 Named associate head coach on October 2, 2012 Alma Mater: Southern Illinois, 1995 [B.A. Physical Education] Hometown: Evansville, Ind. Birthdate: July 7, 1972 Family: Wife - Erika Children - Lexis, C.J., Kahari, Jazmyn Playing Experience: Southern Illinois, 1990-94 Coaching Experience: Rend Lake (Ill.) College, Assistant Coach, 1995-97 Missouri Southern, Assistant Coach, 1997-2000 SE Missouri State, Assistant Coach, 2000-01 Southern Illinois, Assistant Coach, 2001-03 Illinois, Assistant Coach, 2003-04 Southern Illinois, Head Coach, 2004-12 Kansas State, Associate Head Coach, 2012- present

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A veteran coach with more than 18 years of college coaching experience, Lowery proved instrumental in one of the best seasons in K-State history in 2012-13, as the Wildcats posted a 27-8 overall record and a 14-4 mark in league play en route to their first-ever Big 12 regular-season championship and a fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. The 27 wins were the second-most in school history, while the 14 in league play tied the school record held by the 1958-59 team. It was the 20th league championship in school history and the first since the 1976-77 season. Lowery also helped coach three players - Rodney McGruder (first team), Angel Rodriguez (second team) and Shane Southwell (honorable mention) - named to the 2013 Coaches’ All-Big 12 Team. It marked just the third time in school history that three Wildcats appeared on an all-conference team in the same year, while McGruder became just the third Wildcat in the Big 12 era to earn first team allleague accolades. Rodriguez was also named to the Coaches’ All-Defensive Team. An honorable mention AP All-American, McGruder ranked among the Top 10 in four statistical categories in the Big 12, including fourth in scoring (15.6 ppg.). Lowery is in his third stint as a member of Weber’s staff after having served as his assistant coach at Southern Illinois (2001-03), Illinois (2003-04) and now, K-State. During this period, the duo have helped the three schools to a combined 105-30 (.778) record, including a 57-13 (.814) mark in conference play, with four NCAA Tournament appearances, including trips to the Sweet 16 in 2002 and 2004.

Lowery arrived at K-State after an eight-year stint (2004-12) as the head coach at his alma mater, Southern Illinois, where he posted a 145-116 (.556) record with four postseason appearances, two Missouri Valley Conference Championships and one State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Tournament title. His teams averaged 18.1 wins over his tenure, including three 20-win seasons, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament on three occasions (2005, 2006, 2007), including a 2007 trip to the Sweet 16. Lowery was twice named the Missouri Valley Coach of the Year (2005, 2007). He finished his tenure with the fourth-most wins in school history. Lowery coached two AP honorable mention All-Americans at SIU, including Darren Brooks in 2005 and Jamaal Tatum in 2007. In addition, his players earned numerous Missouri Valley honors, including two Players of the Year (Brooks and Tatum), four Defensive Players of the Year (Brooks, Randal Falker, Bryan Mullins twice), two Freshmen of the Year (Mullins and Kevin Dillard) and one Sixth Man Award (Tony Young). He coached 12 all-conference players, including five first-team selections, to go with 10 MVC All-Defensive Team honorees, five All-Freshmen picks and four All-Newcomer and Most Improved Team members. Lowery began his coaching career at Rend Lake College in Ina, Ill., in 1995, where he helped the Warriors to a 20-win season. He followed with stints at Missouri Southern (1997-2000) and SE Missouri State (2000-01) before returning to his alma mater as an assistant to Weber, helping the Salukis to a 52-15 (.776) record from 2001-03 with back-to-back Missouri Valley Conference titles and consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament. He followed Weber to Illinois in 2003-04, where he helped the Illini to a 26-7 record and a trip to the Sweet 16. Illinois also captured its first outright Big Ten regular season title in more than 52 years, as Lowery helped coach current NBA players Deron Williams, Dee Brown, Roger Powell and Luther Head. After a one-year stint at Illinois, Lowery returned to his alma mater as the 12th head coach at Southern Illinois on April 9, 2004. In his first year, SIU posted a 27-8 record, including a 15-3 mark in MVC play, and Lowery became the youngest coach, at the age 32, to ever win Missouri Valley Conference Coach of the Year honors. The Salukis won the MVC regular season crown and beat Saint Mary’s in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. In 200607, he helped SIU to its greatest season in school history, as the team won a school-record 29 games and advanced to the Sweet 16 in 2006-07. The squad finished with a No. 11 ranking in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll and earned its highest NCAA Tournament seed (No. 4). Lowery was a standout player for legendary Saluki coach Rich Herrin from 1990-94. Known as a scrappy, hustling player, he helped lead a basketball renaissance at SIU, guiding the Salukis to consecutive NCAA Tournaments in 1993 and 1994. He helped the school to an 86-37 mark during his playing career, including four postseason appearances and two Missouri Valley Conference titles. He scored 1,225 points and dished out 391 assists in his career. He earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from the university in 1995. Lowery also has some international coaching experience with USA Basketball, serving as an assistant with the U-19 team who won the gold medal at the 2009 World Championships. He coached alongside Pittsburgh’s Jamie Dixon and Purdue’s Matt Painter for a squad that included current NBA players Gordon Heyward, Shelvin Mack, Trey Thompkins, Klay Thompson, Tyshawn Taylor and Kemba Walker. A native of Evansville, Ind., Lowery, 41, was born on July 7, 1972 and attended Harrison (Ind.) High School. He and wife, Erika, have four children, Lexis, C.J., Kahari and Jazmyn.

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Alvin Brooks III Assistant Coach Second Year | Idaho State ‘02

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The Brooks File Experience: 10th year (Second at K-State) Date Hired: April 30, 2012 Alma Mater: Idaho State, 2002 [B.A. Finance] Idaho State, 2003 [M.A. Athletics Administration] Hometown: Houston, Texas Birthdate: September 11, 1979 Family: Wife - Tiffany

Playing Experience: Midland [Texas] College, 1998-2000 Idaho State, 2000-02 Coaching Experience: Arkansas-Fort Smith, Assistant Coach, 2004-06 Midland College, Assistant Coach, 2006-07 Bradley, Assistant Coach, 2007-10 Sam Houston State, Assistant Coach, 2010-12 Kansas State, Assistant Coach, 2012- present

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Brooks helped the Wildcats to one of their best seasons in school history in 2012-13, as the squad posted a 27-8 overall record and a 14-4 mark in league play en route to their first-ever Big 12 regular-season championship and a fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. The 27 wins were the second-most in school history, while the 14 in league play tied the school record held by the 1958-59 team. It was the 20th league championship in school history and the first since the 1976-77 season.

In addition, Brooks helped coached three players - Rodney McGruder (first team), Angel Rodriguez (second team) and Shane Southwell (honorable mention) named to the 2013 Coaches’ All-Big 12 Team. It marked just the third time in school history that three players appeared on an all-conference team in the same season, while McGruder became just the third Wildcat in the Big 12 era to earn first team honors. Rodriguez was also selected to the Coaches’ All-Defensive Team. Brooks also played a key role in the seven-man 2013 recruiting class, which included Top 30 Texas high school recruits Marcus Foster and Wesley Iwundu. Foster, the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) 3A Player of the Year, was one of 40 high school seniors named to the Parade All-America Team after averaging 27.1 points and 11.3 rebounds per game. Iwundu also enjoyed a stellar senior season in 2013, as he earned TABC Class 5A All-State honors after averaging 16.3 points. Brooks has more than nine years of college coaching experience, including stints at Arkansas-Fort Smith (2004-06), Midland College (2006-07), Bradley (2007-10) and Sam Houston State (2010-12) and now, K-State. Twice he was part of a staff that won national championships, including back-toback NJCAA titles at Arkansas-Fort Smith (2005-06) and Midland (2006-07), while he helped Bradley advance to the finals of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) in 2007-08 and CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) in 2008-09. Brooks came to K-State in April 2012 after spending two seasons as an assistant at Sam Houston State (2010-12) for head coach Jason Hooten. The Bearkats won 31 games the past two seasons, including an 18-win campaign and the Southland Conference West Division title in 2010-11. He helped coach Gilberto Clavell, who was the Southland Conference Player of the Year and a first team all-conference selection in 2010-11. Prior to Sam Houston State, Brooks spent three years as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Bradley (2007-09) for head coach Jim Les (currently the head coach at UC Davis). The Braves posted a 58-47 (.552) overall record during his stint with the team winning 20 or more games twice in his three seasons. Bradley also advanced to the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) Championship Series (losing a three-game series to Tulsa) in 2007-08 and to the finals of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (losing to Old Dominion in the championship game) in 2008-09. He also helped three players earn All-Missouri Valley Conference honors, including a pair of first team selections in Jeremy Crouch (2007-08) and Theron Wilson (2008-09). Brooks broke into the coaching ranks at the junior college level, spending two years as an assistant coach to Jeremy Cox (currently the head coach at College of Southern Idaho) at Arkansas-Fort Smith (2004-06) and one year as an assistant to Grant McCasland (currently an assistant coach at Baylor) at Midland College (2006-07). He helped the Lions to a 62-7 (.899) mark from 2004-06, including the NJCAA Division I Championship in his final season in 2005-06. He helped coach NJCAA third team All-American Sonny Weems while at Arkansas-Fort Smith, who was the 39th pick of the 2008 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls. In Brooks’ lone season at Midland, the Chaparrals posted a 29-8 overall record and won the Western Junior College Athletic Conference and Region V titles en route to the NJCAA Division I Championship in 2006-07. Six players on the squad went on to sign scholarships with Division I schools, including Nathan Jawai, who went on to be selected 41st overall in the 2008 NBA Draft by the Indiana Pacers. Brooks played two seasons at Midland College (1998-2000), where he helped the Chapparals to a sixth-place finish in the 2000 NJCAA national tournament before transferring to Idaho State. He played two years for the Bengals (2000-02) under head coach Doug Oliver, earning Academic All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 2002. He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance in 2002 and his master’s degree in athletics administration in 2003 from the school. Brooks served as an aide to former Idaho State athletics director Jim Senter for one year before beginning his coaching career at Arkansas-Fort Smith in 2004. Brooks is the son of former Houston head coach, Alvin Brooks II, who has been a college basketball coach for over 30 years. He was the Cougars’ first African-American head coach, leading the school to 54 wins from 1993-98. After stints with Billy Gillispie at UTEP, Texas A&M and Kentucky, the elder Brooks returned to Houston in 2010 to serve as associate head coach under former Texas Tech head coach James Dickey. A native of Houston, Brooks, 34, was born on September 11, 1979. He married the former Tiffany Wafer in August 2012. Tiffany is a teacher in the Manhattan area. 39

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Chester Frazier Assistant Coach Second Year | Illinois ‘09

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A former collegiate point guard at Illinois, Chester Frazier is in his second season at Kansas State as an assistant coach to former coach Bruce Weber.

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Date Hired: May 29, 2012 Alma Mater: Illinois, 2009 [B.A. Recreation Management] Hometown: Baltimore, Md. Birthdate: April 14, 1986 Family: Wife - Sarah Playing Experience: Illinois, 2005-09 Coaching Experience: Illinois, Graduate Assistant Coach, 2010-11 Kansas State, Assistant Coach, 2012- present

In his first season as an assistant coach in 2012-13, Frazier played a major role in one of the best seasons in K-State history, as the Wildcats posted a 27-8 overall record and a 14-4 mark in league play en route to their first-ever Big 12 regular-season championship and a fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. The 27 wins were the second-most in school history, while the 14 in league play tied the school record held by the 1958-59 team. It was the 20th league championship in school history and the first since the 1976-77 season.

Working primarily with the guards, Frazier helped K-State pace the Big 12 in four statistical categories, including scoring defense (60.4 ppg.), turnover margin (+2.6), assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4), while placing in the league’s Top 5 in assists (15.9, 2nd), 3-point field goals (6.8, 3rd), 3-point field goal percentage (36.2, 3rd) and steals (7.1, 4th). The team also set school single-season records in both assists (557) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4). Three Wildcats - Rodney McGruder (first team), Angel Rodriguez (second team) and Shane Southwell (honorable mention) were named to the Coaches’ All-Big 12 Team. It marked just the third time in school history that three players appeared on an all-conference team in the same season. A member of the Big 12 All-Defensive Team, Rodriguez tallied the second-most assists (173) in a single season in school history, while he recorded the fifth-best assist-toturnover (2.22) ratio. He ranked among the Big 12’s Top 5 in assist-to-turnover ratio (second), assists (third), free throw percentage (third) and steals (fourth). Frazier was also instrumental in the Wildcats’ seven-man 2013 recruiting class, including the signing of transfers Brandon Bolden (Georgetown) and Justin Edwards (Maine) and freshmen Nigel Johnson and Jevon Thomas. Frazier came to K-State after playing professionally in Germany, first for Goettingen (2009-10) and then for S. Oliver Baskets Wuerzburg Basketball Club (2011-12). As the starting point guard for head coach John Patrick, he helped Wuerzburg to a 20-14 record and trip to the semifinals of the German Bundesliga playoffs. He averaged 7.7 points on 37.7 percent shooting with 3.7 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.1 steals in 24.4 minutes per game. He ranked first on the team in assists, while he was second in steals and fourth in both minutes and rebounds. He helped Goettingen to the 2010 EuroChallenge title, averaging 20.4 minutes in 31 games. He averaged 5.9 points on 50.6 percent shooting with 3.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. In helping Goettingen to the EuroChallenge title, he averaged 3.8 points, 3.1 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.0 steals per game. Prior to his stint in Germany, Frazier served as a graduate assistant and video coordinator for Weber at Illinois from 2010-11. He helped the Fighting Illini to a 20win season and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2010-11. He resigned midway through his second year to resume his playing career in Germany. Frazier was a four-year lettermen and two-time captain for the Fighting Illini from 2005-09, playing all four seasons for Weber. Known for being a hard-nose point guard, he helped Illinois to 89 wins, including three 20-win seasons, and three trips to the NCAA Tournament during his career. He played 125 games with 88 starts in his career, averaging 4.9 points on 35.9 percent shooting with 4.1 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.0 steals in 28.5 minutes per game. He still ranks seventh at Illinois in career assists (484) and ninth in career assists per game (3.9 apg.), while he is just outside the Top 10 in minutes played (3,566).

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As a senior, Frazier led Illinois to 24 wins and an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2008-09. He earned honorable mention All-Big Ten and Big Ten All-Defensive Team honors and was selected as the team’s most valuable player. He led the Big Ten in assists (5.3 apg.) and held a 2.4 assist-to-turnover ratio as a senior. He also averaged 5.7 points on 44.8 percent shooting and was one of the best rebounding point guards nationally, averaging 4.8 per game. He was also named to the Big Ten All-Defensive Team as a sophomore in 2006-07 after averaging 7.2 points and 4.5 rebounds in 31.5 minutes per game. Frazier prepped at Lake Clifton-Eastern High School in Baltimore, Md., for head coach Herman Harried, where he earned first team All-Baltimore City/County honors and second team AllMetro accolades by the Baltimore Sun as a senior after averaging 16 points, eight assists, six rebounds and two steals in 2003-04. He helped lead Lake Clifton-Eastern to a 19-5 record as a senior and a final ranking of 10th by the Baltimore Sun. He also played for the Cecil-Kirk AAU program, where he was coached by former Wildcat Ronald Lucas (1992-94). Frazier also spent one postgraduate year at Notre Dame Preparatory School in Fitchburg, Mass., averaging 16 points and seven assists in 2004-05, playing for head coach Bill Barton (current assistant coach at Pittsburgh). He was a second team All-Prep selection by Scout.com and a Top 50 Prep player by Hoop Scoop. A native of Baltimore, Md., Frazier, 27, earned a bachelor’s degree in recreation management from Illinois in 2009. He also took courses towards a master’s degree in educational policy studies from Illinois. Frazier and his wife, Sarah, were married in July 2012.

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Drew Speraw Director of Men’s Basketball Operations Second Year | UCF ‘09

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The Speraw File Experience: Fourth year (Second at K-State)

Date Hired: August 11, 2012 Named director of operations on August 16, 2013 Alma Mater: UCF, 2009 [B.S.B.A. Finance] UCF, 2010 [M.A. Finance] Iowa, 2012 [M.A. Business Administration] Hometown: Orlando, Fla. Birthdate: June 1, 1986 Family: Wife - Jamie Playing Experience: UCF, 2005-10 Experience: Iowa, Graduate Assistant, 2010-11 Iowa, Administrative Assistant, 2011-12 Kansas State, Video Coordinator, 2012-13 Kansas State, Director of Operations, 2013-present

A former shooting guard for his father, Kirk Speraw, at UCF, the younger Speraw was instrumental in helping Kansas State to one of its best men’s basketball season in 2012-13 in his role as video coordinator. The Wildcats posted a 27-8 overall record and 14-4 mark in league play en route to their first-ever Big 12 regular-season championship and a fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. The 27 wins were the second-most in school history, while the 14 in league play tied the school record held by the 1958-59 team. It was the 20th league championship in school history and the first since the 1976-77 season. “This is a well deserved promotion for Drew,” said Weber. “I think staff continuity and chemistry is very important and he was critical to the success we had last season. Drew is a very hard-working and detailed-oriented person, which are important characteristics for a director of operations.”

Speraw initially came to K-State in August 2012 after spending the two seasons at Iowa as first, a graduate student manager (2010-11), and then as an administrative assistant (2011-12) for head coach Fran McCaffery. He took on the added responsibility as video coordinator during the 2011-12 season after the departure of another staff member. Speraw was part of a staff that improved the Hawkeyes’ win total by seven in 2011-12 from the previous season and helped the team earn its first postseason win since 2003. In all, he helped Iowa win 39 games in two years, including 18 victories and a trip to the second round of the NIT in 2011-12. The son of former University of Central Florida head coach Kirk Speraw, he played for his father from 2005-10. A team captain as a senior, he played in 66 career games as a Golden Knight. The younger Speraw connected on 39 percent from 3-point range during his college career. The elder Speraw, currently an assistant coach at Iowa, is the all-time winningest coach in UCF history with 279 victories to go with four NCAA Tournament appearances from 1993-2010. Speraw earned his bachelor’s degree in finance in 2009 from UCF. He also fulfilled requirements for a master’s degree in sports and fitness with a concentration in sport leadership and coaching from UCF in 2010. He added a second master’s degree in business administration from Iowa in 2012. A native of Lakeland, Fla., he attended Oviedo High School in Orlando, Fla., where he was two-year basketball lettermen, helping the Lions to a 24-5 record as a senior en route to the Class 6A Elite Eight. He also competed on the AAU level for the Seminole Shooters. In addition, he was a two-year lettermen for the Lion football team, serving as the starting quarterback in 2004. Speraw, 27, has a wife, Jamie, who is a graduate assistant in K-State’s Student-Athlete Services.

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Director of Student-Athlete Development First Year | Illinois ‘05

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The newest member of the coaching staff, Matt McCumber is in his first season as the director of student-athlete development at Kansas State for head coach Bruce Weber.

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A four-year student manager at Illinois (2001-05), McCumber arrives at K-State with four years of previous basketball administrative experience, including stints at Texas A&M (2005-06), Northern Illinois (2006-07) and Southern Illinois (2010-12). He spent the past year working in the private sector in Dallas, Texas, as an associate sales representative for clinic therapies for Bioventus, a global medical technology company based in Durham, N.C. In his position as the director of student-athlete development, McCumber is responsible for a variety of areas, including basketballrelated matters, handling special projects for the staff and assisting with community service projects and the Life Skills program. He is also involved in the student-athlete’s academic development and counseling each in career planning and goal setting. Prior to his stint in the private sector, McCumber spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach and director of basketball operations for current associate head coach Chris Lowery at Southern Illinois from 2010-12. He coordinated the Salukis’ team travel and film exchange, prepared scouting reports and monitored studentathletes’ academic progress. McCumber joined the SIU staff after a one-year stint as the director of basketball operations at Northern Illinois for then head coach Rob Judson from 2006-07. He was responsible for managing all aspects of the office, including organizing team travel and coordinating film exchange for scouting and editing purposes. McCumber began his athletics administrative career at Texas A&M from 2005-06, where he served as an athletic assistant coach for Billy Gillispie at Texas A&M. During his time in College Station, he structured a recruiting database and prepared scouting reports for the staff, coordinated monthly schedules for practice times and established a film exchange system. The Aggies posted a 22-9 record in his lone season and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 18 years. Texas A&M knocked off fifth-seeded Syracuse in the first round, the school’s first NCAA Tournament win in 26 seasons, before dropping a 58-57 decision to LSU in the second round. During his four-year stint as a manager at Illinois, the Fighting Illini posted a 114-25 record and advanced to four NCAA Tournaments, including three Sweet 16 appearances and a trip to NCAA National Championship game in 2004-05. The school also won three Big Ten regular season championships and one tournament title and finished among the Top 15 all four seasons. In 2002, McCumber was selected to manage the U.S. Youth Development Festival for USA Basketball. A native of Tuscola, Ill., McCumber, 31, obtained his bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2005 from Illinois. He also earned his master’s degree in business administration with honors from Southern Illinois in 2012. 42

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One of the first people hired by head coach Bruce Weber, Jimmy Price begins his second season as the strength and conditioning coach for the Kansas State men’s basketball team after being hired to the position on April 23, 2012. He has over 10 years of strength and conditioning experience at Texas Tech, Illinois and K-State. Price helped train a Wildcat squad in 2012-13 which posted a 27-8 record and captured a share of their first league title since 1977 with a 14-4 Big 12 mark. Three Wildcats were named to All-Big 12 Teams, including first team selection Rodney McGruder, who also earned honorable mention All-America honors from The Associated Press. Price came to K-State after nine seasons at Illinois (2003-12), where he coordinated the strength and conditioning program for the men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as serving as a sports nutritionist. He helped train a Fighting Illini program that posted a 210-101 overall record with one Final Four, six NCAA Tournament appearances, two Big Ten regular-season championships and one Big Ten Tournament title. Seven times the squad reached the 20-win plateau, while the 2004-05 team won a school-record 37 games.

Price trained five All-Americans at Illinois, including consensus first team selection Dee Brown (2005), while four players went on to be selected in the NBA Draft, including first round draftees Deron Williams and Luther Head in 2005. In all, he helped coach 27 AllBig Ten selections, including seven first team honorees, one Big Ten Player, Defensive Player and Freshman of the Year and three Big Ten All-Freshman and All-Defensive Team members.

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A former manager for Bruce Weber at Illinois, Dustin Yoder is in his second season at Kansas State after being promoted on the staff to video coordinator on August 16, 2013. He spent the 2012-13 season as one of the program’s graduate assistants. Yoder was instrumental in helping K-State to one of its best seasons in 2012-13, as the Wildcats posted a 27-8 overall record and a 14-4 mark in league play en route to their first-ever Big 12 regular-season championship and a fourth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. In his role as graduate assistant, he helped with the initial breakdown of game video, aided in scouting opponents and coordinated film exchange with then video coordinator Drew Speraw.

Yoder, 26, came to K-State in August 2012 after a one-year stint as an assistant coach at Parkland College in Champaign, Ill. He helped the Cobras to a 19-13 record and a trip to the finals of the Region 24 Tournament. He spent three years (2008-11) as a manager for Weber at Illinois, including serving as head manager in 2010-11. He spent two years playing point guard at Lake Land College in Mattoon, Ill. The all-time leading scorer (1,517) at Okaw Valley High School in Bethany, Ill. Yoder graduated from Illinois in May 2011 with a degree in kinesiology. He is pursuing a master’s degree in College Student Personnel and Intercollegiate Athletics.

In addition to his experience in men’s basketball, Price worked with Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Theresa Grentz (200307) and Jolette Law (2007-12) during his time at Illinois. While training the women’s team, the Illini made five postseason trips and won at least 16 games in five seasons. He also helped coach one honorable mention All-American (Jenna Smith, 2007-08) and 16 All-Big Ten selections, including four first team picks, along with five All-Freshmen Team and three All-Defensive Team honorees. Prior to Illinois, Price spent two years as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at his alma mater Texas Tech, where he worked with legendary head coach Bob Knight from 2001-03. He helped train a Red Raider program, which posted a 45-22 record and earned back-to-back postseason appearances, including a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2002. It marked the school’s first NCAA Tournament in six seasons. He coached three All-Big 12 picks, including two-time first team selection and all-time leading scorer Andre Emmett. In addition to men’s basketball, he also worked with Texas Tech football, men’s and women’s tennis and track and field teams. A Texas native, Price, 35, served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 19962004. He earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise sports science with an emphasis in fitness, wellness and nutrition from Texas Tech in 2001. He currently holds certifications as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Specialist in Performance Nutrition.

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Joel Plummer enters his second year as a graduate equipment manager at Kansas State, working primarily with the men’s and women’s basketball teams. He also assists the athletics staff with equipment needs for all 16 sports teams. Plummer came to K-State in July 2012 after working as a student equipment manager at Kansas from two seasons. He helped issue gear to players and staff and worked at both practices and games. A native of Paola, Kan., he graduated from Kansas in May 2012 with a degree in sports management. He is pursuing a master’s degree in College Student Personnel and Intercollegiate Athletics.


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Liane Fowler is in her 13th year at Kansas State as assistant director of student services and academic counselor for the men’s basketball team. She is responsible for assisting and continuing eligibility and academic progress towards degree completion. She also provides academic assistance to all student-athletes with a documented disability and/or deemed at-risk academically. In addition, she provides tutorial and advising assistance.

Fowler has been a key figure in helping transform the team’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) from one of the worst in the Big 12 to one of the best. The team’s APR score has increased each of the last six years to sit at its current year score of 981, which is significantly above the NCAA standard of 925. She has seen 17 of 18 studentathletes earn their degrees, including all three seniors - Jordan Henriquez, Martavious Irving and Rodney McGruder - from the winningest class in school history. McGruder was the lone Big 12 men’s basketball student-athlete to earn First Team All-Big 12 honors in both academics and athletics. In addition, a program-best 11 players were named to the Spring Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll after eight were named to the Fall list. Fowler came to K-State from Butler County Community College in El Dorado, Kan., where she served as the director of special needs/ADA compliance and an athletic academic advisor for eight years. In this role, she provided academic assistance to any student enrolled at Butler County with a documented disability, while also providing tutorial and advising assistance to all student-athletes. Fowler received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Emporia State in 1983 and her master’s in counseling and school psychology from Wichita State in 1988. Fowler and her husband of 26 years, D.A., have three children: Jeremy, Justin and Amber.

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Now in his 29th season in athletics administration, Casey Scott has been a member of the staff since 2002. A 1977 graduate of Kansas State from Wichita, Kan., he directs the Athletics Operations unit overseeing the facilities maintenance, game management and special event operations and supervises the departments of communications and strength and conditioning. He also serves as the primary administrator for men’s basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s golf. He was promoted to Senior Associate Athletics Director for Operations and Event Management in 2012. During his time at K-State, Scott has helped successfully direct two NCAA women’s basketball tournaments, three NCAA volleyball tournaments, an NCAA baseball regional, two National Invitation Tournaments (NIT), the pre- and postseason WNIT, three football games at Arrowhead Stadium, two Big 12 Conference outdoor track and field and men’s golf championships and one cross country and equestrian championship. He also has been instrumental in the negotiation and staging of what has become an annual men’s basketball game in the Sprint Center in Kansas City and the 2011 and 2013 Wichita Wildcat Classic games in INTRUST Bank Arena. Prior to K-State, he served as Associate Athletics Director for External Operations at Colorado State, where he oversaw the marketing, development, ticketing and special-event operations. He began his athletics career in 1985 as Sports Information Director at Wichita State. During his more than 12 years at WSU, he served in roles as Assistant Athletics Director for External Operations, Facilities and Events, and Associate Athletics Director until leaving for CSU in 1998.

The Academic Progress Rate (APR) measures the eligibility, retention and graduation of student-athletes competing on every Division I sports team and also serves as a predictor of graduation success. The Division I Board of Directors set cut scores of 925 (multi-year) and 900 (out of 1,000) as a threshold for teams to meet or face possible immediate and historical sanctions. The men’s basketball scored a 981 to soar past the 925 mark after raising its multi-year score by a total of 101 points over the last six seasons. During that time, 17 of 18 student-athletes earned their degrees from K-State, including the winningest senior class of Jordan Henriquez, Martavious Irving and Rodney McGruder and current senior Omari Lawrence this past Spring.

Yoder joined the men's basketball staff after spending three years with the Wildcat baseball and women's equestrian teams. The baseball team earned its first bid to the NCAA Tournament in his final season in 2009. Prior to this stint, he spent the 2006 spring season as the primary athletic trainer with the track and field program. Before coming to Manhattan, Yoder worked at the University of Cincinnati covering Bearcat football and baseball for one year. Prior to Cincinnati, he received his master's degree in Liberal Arts from Southern Methodist University. While a graduate assistant at SMU, Yoder was the primary care provider for both the men's and women's tennis teams, while assisting with the Mustangs' football team for two years under NATA Hall of Fame member Cash Birdwell. Yoder earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in athletic training and a second in physical education from Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa, in 2003. While attending Graceland, he was a four-year letterwinner for the Yellowjacket baseball team. He and his wife, Kelly, reside in Manhattan with their three daughters, Peyton, Kamryn and Brooklyn.

Scott earned a B.S. in journalism and mass communication from K-State in 1977. He and his wife, Christy, have a son, Brett, and a daughter, Shannon. Brett was a four-year lettermen for the Wildcat baseball team, earning Academic All-America honors in 2008.

K-State Again Scores High Marks in Latest APR Report Kansas State, which has led the Big 12 in graduation rate four times in the last six years, scored record-high marks across the board and for the third time since the APR guidelines were established nine years ago, all teams exceeded the standard.

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Bailey Bachamp is in her second year as an administrative assistant for the K-State men's basketball program in 2013-14. Hired July 2012, Bachamp is responsible for a number of administrative duties, including coordinating coaches' travel, organizing the men’s basketball office, maintaining coaches' calendars and monitoring the budget. She also handles the personal schedule of head coach Bruce Weber. In addition, Bachamp is responsible for all aspects of the annual men’s basketball banquet each April. Bachamp joined the basketball staff after spending four months as an inside spirit sales representative at GTM Sportswear. She has athletics experience as an undergraduate, serving four years as a student assistant in the football office, where she assisted in the recruiting process. She also spent a summer as a cheerleading marketing intern with the Kansas City Chiefs. A native of Manhattan, Kan., and graduate of Manhattan High, she earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing from Kansas State in 2011. Formerly Bailey Borck, she recently married former Wildcat wide receiver Cole Bachamp. 43

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A two-year basketball manager at K-State, Dennan Morrow enters his first year as a graduate student manager at his alma mater. His primary duties are to assist in the initial breakdown of game video, aid in gathering scouting information as well as help coordinate film exchange. He also assists with recruiting database and travel. Morrow spent two seasons as a manager for the Wildcats, including serving as head manager in 2012-13. He transferred to K-State after playing basketball at Barton County Community College (2008-10) and Southwestern College (2010-11). He helped the Barton Cougars to a 28-5 record and the Jayhawk Conference West title as a freshman in 2008-09 before averaging 9.0 points as team captain in 2009-10. In his one year at Southwestern, he averaged 8.8 points and 2.4 rebounds en route to earning NAIA Academic All-America honors. A native of Norwich, Kan., he graduated from K-State in May 2013 with a degree in business management. He is pursuing a master’s degree in College Student Personnel and Intercollegiate Athletics.

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O’Connor arrives at K-State after a one-year stint as an assistant coach at Hopkins Academy in his hometown of Hadley, Mass., in 2012-13. He assisted the Golden Hawks under the direction of head coach Fred Ciaglo. O’Conner also has experience as a coach in The Drive Hoops AAU organization located in Greenfield, Mass. He spent three years (2009-12) as a team manager for Weber at Illinois after transferring from Endicott College in Beverly, Mass. O’Connor graduated from Illinois in May 2012 with a degree in psychology. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in College Student Personnel and Intercollegiate Athletics. 44

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Five goals for the university’s vision of a model athletics program: n A world-class student-athlete experience. n Value to our University, community and state. n Integrity and transparency in matters of ethics, NCAA compliance and finance. n Championship-level athletic performances. n The best fan experience in the Big 12 Conference.


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All-Americans (26): Jharyl Bowry (Outdoor Long Jump), Arthur Brown (Football), Brittany Chambers (Women’s Basketball), Anthony Cantele (Football), Devin Dick (Heptathlon), Meredith Finch (Equestrian), Jared King (Baseball), Tomas Kirielius (Decathlon), Ross Kivett (Baseball), Collin Klein (Football), Erik Kynard (Indoor & Outdoor High Jump), Tyler Lockett (Football), Nigel Malone (Football), Jake Matthys (Baseball), Merryl Mbeng (Pentathlon), Rodney McGruder (Men’s Basketball), Petra Niedermayerova (Tennis), Kaitlynn Pelger (Volleyball), Hannah Ribera (Equestrian), Carlos Rodriguez (Indoor 200 meters), Travis Tannahill (Football), Martina Tresch (3,000-meter Steeplechase), Kyle Wait (Indoor & Outdoor Pole Vault), Rachel Webster (Equestrian), Kali Yates (Equestrian), Ty Zimmerman (Football).

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Men’s Golf | 17th year

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Women’s Basketball | 18th year

Track & Field | 22nd year

Academic All-Americans (1): Petra Niedermayerova (Tennis) All-Big 12 selections (41): 8 - Baseball, 1 - Cross Country, 2 - Women’s Equestrian, 3 - Men’s Basketball, 1 - Women’s Basketball, 1 - Men’s Golf, 18 - Football, 2 - Women’s Rowing, 2 - Women’s Tennis, 3 - Women’s Volleyball. Dr. Prentice Gautt Postgraduate Scholarships: Alex Muff (Volleyball) and David Taylor (Track & Field) Dr. Gerald Lage Award (the Big 12’s highest academic honor): Katie Arrow (Women’s Rowing), Allison Dorau (Women’s Rowing), Samantha McCloud (Women’s Rowing), David Klaudt (Men’s Golf), Ethan Hammes (Football), Jared Loomis (Football)

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Academic All-Big 12 selections (95): 6 - Baseball, 16 - Women’s Equestrian, 2 - Men’s Basketball, 5 - Women’s Basketball, 5 - Cross Country, 7 - Football, 23 - Women’s Rowing, 4 - Men’s Golf, 5 - Women’s Golf, 1 - Women’s Tennis, 13 - Track & Field, 8 - Women’s Volleyball. Speciality Awards: Arthur Brown - Lott IMPACT Trophy Finalist; Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year, Brittany Chambers - Big 12 Scholar Athlete of the Year; WNIT All-Championship Team, Devin Dick - Wilma Rudolph Student-Athlete Achievement Award, Brad Hill - Big 12 Coach of the Year, Jared King - Big 12 co-Scholar Athlete of the Year, Ross Kivett - Big 12 Player of the Year, Collin Klein - Heisman Trophy Finalist; Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Winner; Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year, Erik Kynard - Indoor and Outdoor Midwest Region Field Athlete of the Year, Jake Matthys - Big 12 Freshman of the Year, Petra Niedermayerova - ITA Central Region Player To Watch; Big 12 Scholar Athlete of the Year, Whitney Pyle - Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year, Hannah Ribera - Most Outstanding Performer at NCEA Championship, Sara Savatovic - Big 12 Freshman of the Year, Bill Snyder - Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year; Chuck Neinas Big 12 Coach of the Year, Bruce Weber - Big 12 Coach of the Year, Meshak Williams - Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year.

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Virginia Tech, 1991 [Ph.D. Chemical Engineering] Birthdate: May 11, 1963 Family: Wife - Dr. Noel Nunnally Schulz Children - Tim and Andrew Read the latest blog from Dr. Schulz at: blogs.k-state.edu/president/

A dynamic leader, he initiated the campus-wide goal to move K-State forward to be recognized as a Top 50 Public Research University by 2025. At the end of the K-State 2025 planning process the goal is to have a visionary plan that is inclusive of the K-State family, is exciting and innovative, and most importantly, is a plan that has enjoyed campus-wide involvement and participation.

Among recent university highlights: ■ For the third consecutive year, the Kansas State Foundation set a new fundraising record with gifts totaling $152 million for the fiscal year 2013. The mark, the largest in the 69-year history of the KSU Foundation, surpassed the previous record of $111 million in 2012. ■

■ Athletics has made $125+ million in facility improvements, including the recently-completed $90 million West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, $18 million Basketball Training Facility, $3 million Intercollegiate Rowing Center and $3 million Mike Goss Tennis Stadium. K-State became just the fourth BCS school and the second in Big 12 history to win league championships in football, men’s basketball and baseball in same athletics year. ■

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With 40,000+ members, K-State was No. 1 in the Big 12 for the 17th consecutive year for percentage of graduates who are members of the Alumni Association.

■ The Kansas Congressional Delegation, the Office of Governor Sam Brownback, and the Kansas Legislature worked with the university to secure funding for the construction of the $650 million National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF), which is set to open in Manhattan in 2017. ■

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Researchers brought in a record high $137.5 million in funding.

Enrollment set a record in Fall 2013 with 24,581 students, as K-State continued its status as the top choice among Kansas high school graduating seniors.

Schulz also holds the Kansas State Leadership Professorship and represents the Big 12 Conference on the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Board of Directors. He was recently unanimously appointed to the NCAA Executive Committee by NCAA President Mark Emmert. The Executive Committee is the highest governance body in the NCAA and is composed of institutional chief executive officers that oversee Association-wide issues.

President’s Advisory Committee on Athletics The President’s Advisory Committee meets quarterly and provides advice and recommendations on matters such as: fiscal integrity, long-range planning, compliance, equity, academic integrity and student welfare. Athletics Representatives ■ John Currie - Director of Intercollegiate Athletics ■ Jill Shields - Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA

Before his appointment as president, Schulz served as vice president for research and economic development at Mississippi State University. He has also served on the faculty at Michigan Technological University and the University of North Dakota. In recognition of achievements in the field of Chemical Engineering, Schulz was selected as a Fellow in the American Society of Engineering Education and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is active in the Boy Scouts of America, and serves on the Executive Board of the Coronado Council. He also serves various roles on the boards of Cereal Food Processors, the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation, the Kansas Bioscience Authority, and the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. Schulz is married to Dr. Noel Nunnally Schulz, who serves as the associate dean for research and graduate programs at the College of Engineering, where she is the Paslay professor of electrical engineering. They have two sons — Timothy, a graduate student at the University of Tulsa, and Andrew, a freshman at Oklahoma State University. Schulz's parents are Carl and Judy Schulz of Norfolk, Va.

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Faculty Representatives Kenneth Hughey - Special Education & Counseling ■ Daniel Ireton - Hale Library ■ Melody LeHew - Apparel, Textiles & Interior Design ■ Jennifer Vellenga - Music, Theatre & Dance ■

Alumni Members Barbara Bachman [Centralia, Kan.] ■ Mary Ice [Westlake, Texas] ■ Barry Robinson [Manhattan, Kan.] ■

Student-Athlete Members ■ David Klaudt [Dallas, Texas] ■ Haley Texada [Frisco, Texas]

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Read the latest letters from John at: www.k-statesports.com/telljohn Follow on Twitter: john_currie

With the vision of K-State president Kirk Schulz, the re-earned trust of Wildcat fans nationwide and the efforts of an outstanding coaching staff, Currie's rebuilt senior leadership team has turned an inherited deficit into national acclaim as the NCAA's most financially solvent program, initiated $125 million in comprehensive athletic facility improvement, including the recently-completed West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Basketball Training Facility, Mike Goss Tennis Stadium and Intercollegiate Rowing Center, and launched the nation's No. 1 digital network all while student-athletes were turning out championship performances on the field and in the classroom. Athletically Currie's tenure reached a new high in the 2012-13 year as the football, men’s basketball and baseball teams captured conference championships in the same season, making K-State just the fourth BCS school to achieve this milestone since 1998. K-State also became the first Big 12 school to have league coach of the year winners in football, men’s basketball and baseball in the same year as Bill Snyder, Bruce Weber and Brad Hill took top coach honors. A BCS bowl berth in football and second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance in volleyball highlighted the fall season before both basketball teams advanced to the postseason with Weber leading the men’s team to the most wins ever by a first-year head coach in school history and its first league title in 36 years. Five track and field athletes were crowned Big 12 champions in the spring before Hill’s baseball squad went from being picked seventh out of nine teams in the Big 12 to winning the program’s first conference title in 80 years, hosting and winning its first-ever NCAA Regional and advancing to its first Super Regional. From implementing a new communications plan the day he was introduced as K-State's 15th Athletics Director, to consistently emphasizing the importance of transparency and accountability as well as the student-athlete and fan experience, Currie has laid a solid foundation for K-State achieving its vision of a model intercollegiate athletics program. K-State's fundraising efforts have been completely overhauled in Currie's tenure with a personal interaction and communication for Ahearn Fund donors of all levels. K-State supporters immediately responded by increasing gifts more than 50 percent versus the previous year, while fiscal year 2013's record $36.8 million total means that yearly cash giving has nearly tripled since Currie's arrival in 2009. Providing K-State student-athletes a world-class experience is a priority as Currie's staff initiated new events such as the Powercat Choice Awards to showcase K-State's student-athletes and a special graduation reception and ring ceremony to honor their accomplishments on the field and in the classroom. K-State has claimed the Big 12's No. 1 graduation rate among all student-athletes in four of the last six years, while all Wildcat programs are also well above the recently increased NCAA .930 APR standard with football and men's basketball sporting current year marks of .969 and .981, respectively. A total of 95 student-athletes earned Academic All-Big 12 recognition in all sports during the 2012-13 season, while senior women’s basketball player Brittany Chambers, junior outfielder Jared King and junior women’s tennis player Petra Niedermayerova all earned the Big 12 Scholar Athlete of the Year award in their respective sports.

Dr. Be Stoney Faculty Athletics Representative Fourth Year | UTEP ‘81

BeEtta “Be” Stoney, a Kansas State University professor who was a standout student-athlete in college and a coach at the collegiate level, was named the athletics department’s faculty athletics representative in September 2010. Stoney, associate professor of curriculum and instruction, was appointed to the position by Dr. Kirk Schulz and will work closely with the K-State athletics department and Big 12 Conference on issues related to academic integrity, rules compliance and student-athlete welfare.

Fiscal integrity is another key pillar of the K-State Pledge. Despite inheriting a $2 million projected budget deficit on arrival in 2009, Currie's staff instead achieved a first-year surplus of $5 million, thanks to new measures promoting efficiency and cost containment, coupled with terrific fundraising success. USA Today has recognized K-State in each of the last three years as one of just 20-plus athletic departments in the nation to operate in a surplus, and in 2009-10 it was one of only five to do so while decreasing expenses from the previous year. And, in May of 2012, ESPN recognized K-State's FY 2011 final budget margin as the nation's leader, ahead of traditional stalwarts Texas, Florida and Michigan. In August 2011, K-State capitalized on the Big 12's unique retained rights opportunities when it launched an exclusive, high-definition digital television network known as K-StateHD.TV. The network provides a world-wide connection for K-State fans and alumni and has established the university as an international leader in programming, accessibility and exposure. In fact, K-State immediately took over the No. 1 spot in total subscriptions across the CBS College Sports network, K-State's online network provider, and remains No. 1 two years later. Currie received a signal national honor as one of just four FBS Athletics Directors to be named a 2013 Under Armour AD of the Year, while he also was named the 2013 Bobby Dodd AD of the Year. He was one of only two ADs named to SportsBusiness Journal's 2011 prestigious Forty Under 40 list of national sports leaders and has served on as a faculty member of the Division 1-A Athletics Director’s Institute. He is also a member of the NCAA Division I Administrative Cabinet and the Fiesta Bowl Board of Directors. A 1993 graduate of Wake Forest, he earned his master's in sports management from Tennessee. He and his wife, Mary Lawrence, have three children, Jack, Virginia and Mary-Dell.

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Stoney earned a bachelor's in secondary education and a master's in kinesiology from the University Texas at El Paso, and a doctorate in special education and multicultural education from the University of Texas at Austin. Stoney was inducted into the UTEP Athletics Hall of Fame in October 2011 for her accomplishments as a member of the women's basketball team from 1977-81. She held the school’s career points record for 30 years with 1,249 points; she now ranks third all-time.

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Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Peyton Manning When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Tracy McGrady Best advice I have ever received: Hard work always beats talent when talent doesn’t work If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Tracy McGrady

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As A Junior (2012-13): Saw action in 33 games, including 26 starts, as a junior... All starts came in the last 26 games after the change to a four-guard lineup... Named AllBig 12 honorable mention by the league coaches... Named to the Fall 2012 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Played 30 or more minutes in 13 games, including a careerbest 38 minutes vs. La Salle (3/22/13) in the NCAA Tournament... Averaged 8.4 points on 45.2 percent shooting (104-of-230), including 43.6 percent (48-of-110) from 3-point range, with 3.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.1 steals in 25.9 minutes per game... Connected on 60 percent (21-of-35) from the free throw line... Ranked among the team’s Top 5 in a number of statistical categories, including first in 3-point field goal percentage, second in assists, defensive rebounds and blocked shots and third in scoring, 3-point field goals made and attempted and steals... Also placed fourth in minutes per game, field goals made and rebounds per game... Registered the team’s second-best assist-to-turnover ratio (2.08) and the 10th-best mark in school history... Led the team in scoring four times, including a season-best 19 points vs. No. 3/2 Kansas (1/22/13)... Also led the way with 17 points vs. La Salle (3/22/13) in the NCAA Tournament on 7-of-10 field goals... Posted 10 double-digit scoring efforts, including seven in Big 12 play... Connected on two or more 3-point field goals in 14 games, including a season-high six vs. Baylor (2/16/13)... Also tallied five treys vs. No. 3/2 Kansas (1/22/13)... Led the team in rebounding three times, including a season-best nine vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12)... Grabbed at least five rebounds in 10 other games... Paced the team in assists on eight occasions, including a season-high six vs. both South Dakota (12/31/12) and Texas (2/23/13)... Dished out four or more assists in seven contests... Tallied three or more steals in four games, including a season-best 4 vs. No. 14/13 Kansas (2/11/13)... Started all 18 Big 12 games, averaging 9.6 points on 43.7 percent shooting (62-of-142), including 44 percent (33-of-75) from 3-point range with 4.0 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 1.3 steals in 27.3 minutes per game... Connected on 68.2 percent (15-of-22) from the free throw line... Placed among the team’s Top 5 in several conference-only statistics, including first in 3-point field goals made (33) and defensive rebounds (57), second in 3-point field goal percentage, assists and steals in third in scoring... Ranked in the Top 10 in three Big 12-only categories, including fourth in 3-point field goal percentage, eighth in steals and 10th in 3-point field goals per game... Made tremendous strides after the change to the four-guard lineup vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12), helping the Wildcats post 20 wins in their last 26 games... Averaged 9.0 points on 43.5 percent shooting (87-of-200), including 42.3 percent (41-of-97) from 3-point range, during this final 26-game stretch with 4.0 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.2 steals in 28.7 minutes per game... Ranked second on the team in field goals, 3-point field goals and assists and third in scoring during this stretch... Posted 15 points in a win over TCU (3/5/13) on 6-of-8 field goals... All 18 points vs. Baylor (2/16/13) came on a season-high six treys... Scored double-digit points in three consecutive games vs. Oklahoma (1/19/13), No. 3/2 Kansas (1/22/13) and Iowa State (1/26/13)... Averaged 14 points on 47.1 percent shooting and 6.0 rebounds in that three-game span... Capped a 17-point effort in a win at West Virginia (1/12/13) with the game-winning free throws with 21 seconds left... Also blocked the game-winning shot with one second left vs. the Mountaineers... Scored 12 points vs. South Dakota (12/31/12) on 5-of-7 field goals with a season-high six assists... Nearly tallied in his first career double-double vs. UAH (11/13/12) with 16 points and season-high 9 rebounds... Coached by Bruce Weber. As A Sophomore (2011-12): Saw action in 32 games, including two starts, as a sophomore... His starts came against Loyola Chicago (11/14/11) and Howard (12/31/11)... Registered double-digit minutes in 21 games, including 11 in Big 12 play... Played 30 or more minutes in five games, including a season-best 37 minutes vs. Loyola Chicago (11/14/11)... Averaged 3.2 points on 37.3 percent shooting (38-of-102), including 24 percent (6-of-25) from 3-point range, with 2.2 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 16.8 minutes per game... Connected on 75 percent (21-of-28) from free throw line... Scored in 20 games, including a season-best 13 points vs. Texas Tech (2/7/12)... Grabbed at least five rebounds in six games, including season-high six rebounds vs. Loyola Chicago (11/14/11)... Dished out four or more assists in six contests, including six vs. UTEP (12/23/11), Howard (12/31/11) and Missouri (1/7/12)... Led the team in assists in seven games... Had at least one steal in 11 games, including a season-best two vs. Loyola Chicago (11/14/11) and Syracuse (3/17/12)... Posted at least two blocks in three games, including a season-high three vs. Loyola Chicago (11/14/11)... Saw action in all 18 Big 12 games, averaging 2.8 points on 38.5 percent shooting (20-of-52) with 1.8 assists and 1.4 rebounds in 14.4 minutes per game... Played in both NCAA Tournament games, averaging 10.5 minutes per game... Scored eight points on perfect 4-of-4 shooting vs. Iowa State (2/25/12)... Was a perfect 6-of-6 from free throw line with a season-high 13 points vs. Texas Tech (2/7/12)... Helped K-State knock off 7/6 Missouri with four points, five rebounds and six assists in 25 minutes... Notched 11 points in a win at Virginia Tech (12/4/11)... Opened the year with 11 points vs. Charleston Southern (11/11/11)... Coached by Frank Martin. As A Freshman (2010-11): Saw action in 30 games, including 17 games, as a true freshman... His starts came in the last 17 games of the season, including both games in the NCAA Tournament... His start total ranked fifth on the team... Registered double-digit minutes in 15 games, including 12 in Big 12 play... Played 30 or more minutes twice, including a season-best 31 vs. Baylor (1/24/11)... Averaged 1.8 points on 33.9 percent shooting (19-of-56), including 27.3 percent (3-of-11) from 3-point range, with 2.1 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 12.6 minutes per game... Scored in 15 games, including a season-best 10 points against Utah State (3/17/11) in the second-round of the NCAA Tournament... Scored 47 of his 55 points in the last 17 games... Grabbed at least five rebounds in three games, including a season-best six games vs. Oklahoma (2/19/11)... Dished out four or more assists in five contests, including five against the Sooners... Led the team in assists in six games, including five times in Big 12 play... Had at least one steal in nine games, including two vs. Colorado (2/12/11) and No. 7/7 Texas (2/28/11)... Posted multiple blocks in five games with season-best three vs. Colorado (2/12/11) and No. 7/7 Texas (2/28/11)... Saw action in 15 Big 12 games, including 14 starts... Averaged 18.0 minutes per game in Big 12 play... Averaged 2.5 points on 35 percent shooting (14-of-40) in Big 12 play with 2.8 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game... Solid all-around in NCAA Tournament contest with Utah State (3/17/11) with 10 points, four rebounds and three assists in 25 minutes... Went 6-of-6 from the line against the Aggies... Had a tremendous all-around game in the win over No. 7/7 Texas (2/28/11), posting eight points on perfect shooting (2-of-2 from the field and 4-of-4 from free throw line) with five rebounds, four assists, three blocks and two steals in 24 minutes... Dished out four assists in win over No. 20/21 Missouri (2/26/11)... Tallied season-highs in both rebounds (six) and assists (five) vs. Oklahoma (2/19/11) to go with two steals... Collected four assists in win over Baylor (1/24/11) on ESPN’s Big Monday in 31 minutes... Saw his first major minutes against Texas Southern (11/26/10) with three points, three rebounds, two blocks and one steal in 10 minutes... Scored his first points (three) vs. Presbyterian (11/18/10) to go with three rebounds and one steal... Saw first college action in win over No. 22/24 Virginia Tech (11/16/10)... Coached by Frank Martin. High School: Rated one of the top small forwards in the country, ranking as the No. 131 in the Rivals150 by Rivals.com... Ranked among the top-30 at his position by a number of outlets, including No. 25 by Rivals.com and No. 28 by Scouts, Inc. ... Named the No. 7 player in the city by NYCHoops.net... A two-year starter and letterman at now-defunct Rice High School in New York City, N.Y. ... Helped the Raiders to a 21-6 overall record and a final No. 4 ranking in the city by New York Post as a senior... Lost to Bishop Loughlin in the CHSAA Class AA intersectional semifinals, falling short in attempt to repeat as CHSAA champions... Named to the New York Post All-Manhattan team... Selected to the New York Daily News’ All-Star second team... Averaged 7.6 points per game as a senior, which ranked third on the team... Played in the Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game at Madison Square Garden... Nominated for the McDonald’s All-American Game... Helped the Raiders to a 25-3 record as a junior en route to the 2009 Class AA State Championship and a No. 15 national ranking... Played two seasons at All Hollows High School prior to transferring to Rice... Coached at Rice High School by current St. John’s assistant coach Mo Hicks. Personal: Shane D. Southwell was born Feb. 12, 1992 in New York, N.Y. ... Mother is Susan Southwell... Has a sister, Simone... Received scholarship offers from a number of schools, including Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, South Carolina and Xavier... Third New York product and member of the AAU’s New York Gauchos to play for the Wildcats in the past five seasons, joining former teammates Jordan Henriquez and Curtis Kelly... Once interviewed LeBron James for BET... Major is social science with emphasis in communication.


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Mins 120 95 144 115 93 166 49 118 74

Career Highs Points: 19, vs. Kansas (1/22/13) Field Goals: 7, twice [last time: vs. La Salle (3/22/13)] Field Goal Attempts: 16, vs. Kansas (1/22/13) 3-Point Field Goals: 6, vs. Baylor (2/16/13) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 11, vs. Kansas (1/22/13) Free Throws Made: 6, twice [last time: vs. Texas Tech (2/7/12)] Free Throw Attempts: 6, four times [last time: vs. West Virginia (1/12/13)] Rebounds: 9, vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) Assists: 6, four times [last time: at Texas (2/23/13)] Blocked Shots: 3, six times [last time: vs. Texas (3/14/13)] Steals: 4, at Kansas (2/11/13) Minutes Played: 38, vs. La Salle (3/22/13)

Miscellaneous Double-Figure Points: 14 (11-3) Led team in scoring: 5 (3-2) 20 or more points: 0 (0-0) 5 or more assists: 7 (7-0) Led team in assists: 20 (17-3) Led team in rebounding: 4 (3-1) Led team in steals: 7 (4-3)

FG-FGA 10-27 13-23 14-47 8-23 7-22 12-26 9-16 12-36 7-10

FG% .370 .565 .298 .348 .318 .462 .563 .333 .700

3FG-3FGA 6-10 3-8 7-22 2-11 4-13 6-12 4-7 3-13 3-4

3FG% .600 .375 .318 .182 .308 .500 .571 .231 .750

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

FT% .667 .250 .667 .800 .333 .857 .000 .750 .750

Pts. 26 30 39 23 19 36 22 33 23

Ppg. 4.3 5.0 5.6 4.6 3.8 6.0 11.0 6.6 7.7

Rebs. 15 11 20 18 10 20 8 18 9

Rpg. 2.5 1.8 2.9 3.6 2.0 3.3 4.0 3.6 3.0

Asts. 12 10 8 12 9 23 5 12 8

Apg. 2.0 1.7 1.1 2.4 1.8 3.8 5.0 2.4 2.7

Stls 3 2 10 7 3 9 2 2 1

Spg. 0.5 0.3 1.4 1.4 0.6 1.5 2.0 0.4 0.3

Blks 0 0 4 1 3 8 1 3 1

Bpg. 0.0 0.0 0.6 0.2 0.6 1.3 1.0 0.6 0.3

Stl Pts 12 55 13 103 37 277 62 435

Avg 1.8 3.2 8.4 4.6

Southwell Career Statistics Year 2010-11 (Fr.) 2011-12 (So.) 2012-13 (Jr.) Totals

GP-GS 30-17 32-2 33-26 95-45

Min 377 539 854 1770

Avg FG-A 12.6 19-56 16.8 38-102 25.9 104-230 18.6 161-388

Freshman (2010-11) Opponent James Madison Virginia Tech Presbyterian vs. Gonzaga vs. Duke Texas Southern Emporia St. @Washington St. Alcorn St. @Loyola Chicago vs. Florida UNLV UMKC North Florida Savannah St. @Oklahoma St. Colorado Texas Tech* @Missouri* @Texas A&M* Baylor* @Kansas* Nebraska* @Iowa St.* @Colorado* Kansas* Oklahoma* @Nebraska* Missouri* @Texas* Iowa St.* vs. Colorado^* vs. Utah St.+* vs. Wisconsin+* *Starts ^Big 12 Championship +NCAA Tournament

MP FG DNP 2 0-3 9 1-3 2 0-0 3 0-0 10 1-2 3 0-0 5 0-0 DNP DNP 4 1-1 4 0-0 2 0-0 8 0-0 3 0-0 DNP 2 0-0 30 2-5 23 1-2 10 2-4 31 1-4 18 0-4 22 2-5 6 1-2 20 1-5 11 1-4 27 1-2 20 0-1 17 0-0 24 2-2 9 0-0 9 0-0 25 2-5 18 0-2

Pct 3FG-A .339 3-11 .373 6-25 .452 48-110 .415 57-146

Pct .273 .240 .436 .390

FT-A 14-17 21-28 21-35 56-80

Pct O-D-T Avg .824 17-46-63 2.1 .750 18-52-70 2.2 .600 21-105-126 3.8 .700 56-230-259 2.7

PF 35 35 55 125

A 39 65 83 187

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0 0 0 0 0

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 6-6 0-0

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Opponent Charleston Southern Loyola Chicago* Md.-Eastern Shore George Washington @Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia North Florida vs. Alabama vs. So. Illinois vs. UTEP vs. Long Beach St. Howard* @Kansas Missouri Baylor @Oklahoma Texas @Oklahoma St. @Texas Tech Oklahoma @Iowa St. Texas A&M Texas Tech @Texas Kansas @Baylor @Missouri Iowa St. @Texas A&M Oklahoma St. vs. Baylor^ vs. Southern Miss+ vs. Syracuse+ *Starts ^Big 12 Championship +NCAA Tournament

MP 32 37 19 25 20 32 21 5 18 21 22 9 25 9 30 11 9 15 2 9 19 23 32 17 1 9 15 17 7 7 13 8

FG 4-11 1-4 3-4 2-4 3-6 1-2 DNP 1-2 0-1 1-5 1-3 1-5 0-1 2-4 0-1 2-7 0-1 0-1 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-10 3-4 0-4 0-1 2-2 4-4 1-4 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1

Blk 14 13 15 42

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TO 37 41 40 118

3FG 0-2 0-0 1-1 1-2 1-2 0-0

FT 3-4 0-0 2-2 0-0 4-6 1-2

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Pts 11 2 9 5 11 3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0

1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Opponent North Dakota Lamar Alabama-Huntsville North Florida vs. Delaware vs. Michigan USC Upstate @George Washington vs. Gonzaga Texas Southern* Florida* Kansas City* South Dakota* Oklahoma St.* @West Virginia* @TCU* Oklahoma* Kansas* @Iowa St.* Texas* @Oklahoma* @Texas Tech* Iowa St.* @Kansas* Baylor* West Virginia* @Texas* Texas Tech* @Baylor* TCU* @Oklahoma St.* vs. Texas^* vs. Oklahoma St.^* vs. Kansas^* vs. La Salle+*

MP 18 11 20 17 13 11

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

3FG 1-1 0-2 4-5 0-0 2-2 0-2

FT 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0

R 3 1 9 3 2 2

A 3 3 1 2 2 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 2 1 0 0 0 1

Pts 9 2 16 2 8 0

0-1 0-3 1-2 0-1 2-3 1-2 2-3 1-2 2-4 5-11 1-3 2-4 0-4 1-5 2-5 2-5 6-9 1-1 3-5 0-2 0-1 3-5 1-4 0-1 2-5 0-4 3-3

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

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Will Spradling Guard | 6-2 | 185 | Senior-3L Overland Park, Kan. (Shawnee Mission South) Biography

27 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 4 FINAL FOURS 11 ELITE EIGHTS 16 SWEET 16s 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Summer 2013: Averaged 11 points, 3 assists and 3 rebounds during his summer tour of Belgium and Netherlands... Team went 5-0.

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The Spradling File Full Name: William Sadler Spradling Birthplace: Columbia, Mo. Birthday: June 7, 1991 Parents: Shannon and Misty Spradling Major: Business Management

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More About Will Future Plans: Basketball Coach Favorite TV show(s): “Revenge”, “Breaking Bad” Favorite NBA team: Golden State Warriors In my IPod: J. Cole First job: Working basketball tournaments

Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Tiger Woods When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Pete Maravich

As A Junior (2012-13): Saw action in 34 games, including 33 starts, as a junior... Saw his streak of 96 consecutive games played, including 62 starts in a row, end vs. TCU (3/5)... Ranked second on the team in starts and third in games played... Named to the Academic All-Big 12 Second Team... Selected to the Fall 2012 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Registered double-digit minutes in 32 of 34 games played, including 30 or more minutes in 14 games... Averaged 7.4 points on 39.5 percent shooting (77-of195), including 35.9 percent (46-of-128) from 3-point range, with 2.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 27.4 minutes per game... Connected on a team-best 86.4 percent from the free throw line... Ranked among the Top 5 in eight categories, including third in minutes per game and assists and fourth in 3-point field goals and steals... Registered the team’s best assist-to-turnover ratio (2.41), which ties for the third-best mark in school history... Scored in 30 games, including 12 double-digit scoring efforts... Led the team in scoring on five occasions, including a season-high 19 points vs. West Virginia (2/18/13)... Also led the way with 17 points in a win over No. 8/9 Florida (12/22/13) at the Sprint Center, which was the Wildcats’ first regular season Top 10 non-conference win since 1981... Added six rebounds, five assists and a steal vs. the Gators in 39 minutes... Connected on at least two 3-point field goals in 15 games, including a season-best 4 treys vs. both Lamar (11/12/12) and Iowa State (1/26/13)... Went perfect from the free throw line on 12 occasions, including a 7-of-7 effort vs. West Virginia (2/18/13)... Combined to go 10-of-10 from the line in the last 35 seconds of wins over Delaware (11/21/12), George Washington (12/6/12) and Texas Southern (12/18/12)... Went 21-of-27 from the stripe in the last five minutes of games... Paced the team in assists in eight games, including a season-best 7 vs. Delaware (11/21/12)... Dished out four or more assists in 10 games... Had at least one steal in 20 games, including a season-high 4 vs. North Florida (11/18/12)... Twice grabbed a season-high six rebounds vs. Delaware (11/21/12) and No. 8/9 Florida (12/22/13)... Led the team with 14 charges taken... Saw action in 17 of 18 Big 12 games, including 16 starts... Averaged 7.2 points on 43.5 percent shooting (40-of-92), including 40 percent (24-of-60) from 3-point range, with 2.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 27.1 minutes per game in Big 12 play... Connected on 79.2 percent (19-of-24) from the free throw line in league games... Ranked among the Top 5 in five categories in Big 12 play, including fourth in 3-point field goals, assists and minutes per game and fifth in scoring and field goals... Scored 15 points each vs. Oklahoma (1/19/13) and Iowa State (1/26/13)... Also posted 12 points in a road win over the Sooners (2/2/13)... Tallied 10 points in a road win at George Washington (12/8/12)... Opened the year with double-figure points in four of the first five games, including each of the first three games... Coached by Bruce Weber. As A Sophomore (2011-12): Started all 33 games as a sophomore... One of two players (Rodney McGruder) to both start and play in all 33 games... Named to the Spring 2012 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Registered double-digit minutes in all 33 games, including 30 or more minutes in 21 games... Played a season-best 41 minutes in overtime win vs. North Florida (12/11/11)... Averaged 9.3 points on 36.2 percent shooting (93-of-257), including 33.1 percent (47-of-142) from 3-point range, with 2.8 assists, 2.1 rebounds and 0.8 steals in 31.2 minutes per game... Connected on a team-best 82 percent (73-of-89) from the free throw line... Ranked among the Top 5 in 10 categories, including first in 3-point field goal attempts, second in field goals, field goal attempts, 3-point field goals, assists and minutes and third in scoring and doublefigure scoring games... Scored in all 33 games, including 16 double-digit efforts... Led the team in scoring with a season-best 19 vs. Texas A&M (2/4/12)... Connected on at least two 3-point field goals in 13 games, including a season-best 4 treys vs. West Virginia (12/8/11) and Texas A&M (2/4/12)... Went 10-of-10 from the free throw line vs. Texas Tech (2/7/12)... Grabbed a season-high five rebounds vs. North Florida (12/11/11) and Oklahoma State (1/21/12)... Paced the team in assists in 10 games, including a season-best 9 vs. North Florida (12/11/11)... Dished out five or more assists in six games... Had at least one steal in 20 games, including a season-best 3 vs. Alabama (12/17/11)... Led the team with 26 charges taken... Started all 18 Big 12 games... Averaged 8.2 points on 30.5 percent shooting, including 27.8 percent from 3-point range, with 2.9 assists and 2.2 rebounds in 31.9 minutes per game in Big 12 play... Connected on 83.3 percent (40-of-48) from the free throw line in league games... Ranked among the Top 5 in six categories in Big 12 play, including second in assists, 3-point field goals, free throws and minutes and third in scoring... Started both NCAA Tournament games, averaging 35 minutes per game... Chipped in 10 points vs. Syracuse (3/17/12) in the NCAA Tournament... Dished a team-high seven assists in a win vs. Oklahoma State (3/3/12)... Scored eight points at 3/3 Missouri to hand the Tigers their only home loss... Tallied double-digit scoring in four consecutive games from Feb. 4-13, which included a season-best 19-point effort vs. Texas A&M (2/4/12)... Had 10 points and four assists vs. Kansas (2/13/12)... Notched 11 points in back-to-back games at Oklahoma (1/14/12) and Texas (1/18/12)... Helped the Wildcats to a win over No. 7/6 Missouri with 14 points on 4-of-8 field goals... Scored 17 points vs. Long Beach State (12/25/11) in Diamond Head Classic Championship game... Had near double-double vs. North Florida (12/11/11) with 12 points and a season-best nine assists... Recorded 16 points vs. West Virginia (12/8/11) on 6-of-11 field goals, including four treys... Opened the year with double-digit scoring efforts in three of the first four games, including 15 points each vs. Charleston Southern (11/11/11) and Loyola Chicago (11/14/11)... Garnered 14 points in a win over George Washington (12/1/11)... Coached by Frank Martin. As A Freshman (2010-11): Saw action in all 34 games with six starts as a freshman... One of just three players (along with Jordan Henriquez and Rodney McGruder) to play all 34 games... Became first Wildcat freshman to play in all games in a season since Michael Beasley and Jacob Pullen in 2007-08... Named to the Spring 2011 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Registered double-digit minutes in 32 games, including a season-high 30 minutes twice... Averaged 6.4 points on 39.7 percent shooting (62-of156), including 37 percent (40-of-108) from 3-point range, with 1.8 assists, 1.6 rebounds and 0.8 steals in 21.9 minutes per game... Ranked among the Top 5 in nine team statistics, including second in assists, steals and free throw percentage and third in 3-point field goals and attempts... Scored in 31 games, including seven double-digit efforts... Led the team in scoring with a season-best 17 points against Baylor (1/24/11)... Connected on at least two 3-point field goals in 13 games, including a season-high four in a win over Iowa State (2/5/11)... One of the team’s best free throw shooters, going perfect from the line in 11 games... Went a perfect 9-of-9 in the win over Baylor (1/24/11)... Paced the squad in assists in five games... Dished out a season-best five assists against Texas Tech (1/15/11)... Had at least one steal in 18 games, including three vs. Alcorn State (12/6/10)... Led the team with 21 charges taken... Saw action in all 16 Big 12 games, averaging 6.6 points on 37.7 percent shooting (29-of-77) with 1.8 assists and 1.8 rebounds in 21.3 minutes per game... Ranked among the Top 5 in seven categories in Big 12 play, including second in assists and steals, third in 3-point fields and attempts and fifth in scoring and field goals... Scored in double figures in back-to-back games vs. Iowa State (3/5/11) and Colorado (3/10/11)... Tallied nine points in win over No. 1/1 Kansas (2/14/11)... Instrumental in win at Iowa State (2/5/11) with 14 points with four treys... Scored in double figures in consecutive games vs. UMKC (12/23/10) and North Florida (12/31/10)... Earned first career start vs. Alcorn State (12/6/10)... Notched double figures for the first time in win over No. 18/22 Gonzaga (11/22/10) in the CBE Classic semifinals with 13 points... Saw his first career action in opener vs. James Madison (11/12/10) with nine points... Coached by Frank Martin.

Greatest influence on my life: My family

High School: A four-year starter at Shawnee Mission South High School in Overland Park, Kan. ... Finished as the school’s second-leading scorer with 1,225 points... Averaged 20.1 points, 6.1 rebounds and 5.7 assists as a senior in 2009-10... Helped the Raiders to just their second Kansas 6A State Tournament appearance in the program’s history and first since 2004... The team lost in overtime to Blue Valley North in the quarterfinals despite his 34 points... Led the team in most categories, including scoring, rebounding and assists... Finalist for the 2010 DiRenna Award, which goes to the top player in the Kansas City area... Selected first team Class 6A All-State as a senior by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA) and the Wichita Eagle... Named to the all-state second team by Topeka Capital-Journal... Also selected Sunflower League Player of the Year and first team all-conference as a senior... Posted eight 20-point games, four 30-point games and one 40-point game in 2009-10... Scored a game-high 21 points in the Hy-Vee/Pepsi High School All-Star Challenge, helping the Kansas All-Stars defeat Missouri All-Stars, 115-104... Averaged 23.2 points per game as a junior for the Raiders before going down with a season-ending calf injury on Jan. 27, 2009... Averaged 17.2 points and 4.9 assists per game as a sophomore... Named to the Kansas City Star’s All-Johnson County Boys’ team in both 2007-08 and 2008-09... Selected as the conference Freshman and Sophomore of the Year... Coached by Brett McFall.

If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Larry Bird

Personal: William Sadler Spradling was born June 7, 1991 in Columbia, Mo. ... Parents are Shannon and Misty Spradling... Received scholarship offers from a number of schools, including UNLV, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Virginia Tech... First Kansas City area recruit to earn a scholarship at K-State since 2002... Played for the Mo-Kan Spiece AAU team... Major is business administration with a management option.

Best advice I have ever received: Always workout with a purpose My most prized possession: Big 12 Championship ring

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Career Highs Points: 19, twice [last time: West Virginia (2/18/13)] Field Goals: 6, vs. West Virginia (12/8/11) Field Goal Attempts: 15, at Oklahoma (1/14/12) 3-Point Field Goals: 4, five times [last time: at Iowa State (1/26/13)] 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 12, at Oklahoma (1/14/12) Free Throws Made: 10, vs. Texas Tech (2/7/12) Free Throw Attempts: 10, vs. Texas Tech (2/7/12) Rebounds: 6, twice [last time: vs. Florida (12/22/12)] Assists: 9, vs. North Florida (12/11/11) Blocked Shots: 3, vs. North Florida (12/11/11) Steals: 3, twice [last time: vs. Alabama (12/17/11)] Minutes Played: 41, vs. North Florida (12/11/11)

Miscellaneous Double-Figure Points: 35 (28-7) Led team in scoring: 7 (6-1) 2 or more 3-pointers: 41 (29-12) 5 or more assists: 10 (8-2) Led team in assists: 22 (15-7) Led team in steals: 10 (9-1)

Mins 157 176 191 149 130 148 30 133 102

FG-FGA 11-38 18-40 13-43 18-49 6-24 11-33 2-3 8-28 12-25

FG% .289 .450 .302 .367 .250 .333 .667 .286 .480

3FG-3FGA 5-23 13-29 4-26 10-32 3-15 8-16 2-3 3-16 6-15

3FG% .217 .448 .154 .313 .200 .500 .667 .188 .400

FT-FTA 11-11 6-8 8-9 7-9 7-12 8-12 0-0 14-14 7-7

FT% 1.000 .750 .889 .778 .583 .667 .000 1.000 1.000

Pts. 38 55 38 53 22 38 6 33 37

Ppg. 6.3 9.2 5.4 10.6 3.7 6.3 6.0 6.6 12.3

Rebs. 6 14 10 13 16 13 1 14 10

Rpg. 1.0 2.3 1.4 2.6 2.7 2.2 1.0 2.8 3.3

Asts. 16 17 16 10 15 10 1 11 7

Apg. 2.7 2.8 2.3 2.0 2.5 1.7 1.0 2.2 2.3

Stls 5 4 7 4 1 4 0 7 4

Spg. 0.8 0.7 1.0 0.8 0.2 0.7 0.0 1.4 1.3

Blks 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Bpg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.0

Spradling Career Statistics Year 2010-11 (Fr.) 2011-12 (So.) 2012-13 (Jr.) Totals

GP-GS Min 34-6 745 33-33 1029 34-33 933 101-72 2707

Avg FG-A 21.9 62-156 31.2 93-257 27.4 77-195 26.8 232-608

*Starts ^Big 12 Championship +NCAA Tournament

MP 20 27 17 21 13 9 26 23 23 23 17 28 29 25 20 12 15 16 19 23 23 16 8 19 29 29 24 26 31 21 29 30 30 24

FG 2-2 2-6 1-3 4-6 1-1 0-2 1-3 2-7 1-6 0-3 1-3 2-4 5-10 3-5 1-2 0-2 0-1 3-5 2-4 2-6 3-6 2-6 1-3 5-9 1-6 3-4 2-7 0-4 2-5 0-3 3-6 5-9 2-5 0-2

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

FT 3-4 0-0 0-0 3-3 1-1 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-4 2-2 2-2 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 9-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 3-4 1-2 3-4 0-1 4-5 1-2 0-0 2-2

Pct FT-A .370 52-63 .331 73-89 .359 51-59 .352 176-211

Pct O-D-T .825 15-41-56 .820 14-56-70 .864 11-76-87 .834 40-173-213

Avg 1.6 2.1 2.6 2.1

PF 66 88 69 223

A 63 91 82 236

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Freshman (2010-11) Opponent James Madison Virginia Tech Presbyterian vs. Gonzaga vs. Duke Texas Southern Emporia St. @Washington St. Alcorn St.* @Loyola Chicago* vs. Florida* UNLV* UMKC* North Florida* Savannah St. @Oklahoma St. Colorado Texas Tech @Missouri @Texas A&M Baylor @Kansas Nebraska @Iowa St. @Colorado Kansas Oklahoma @Nebraska Missouri @Texas Iowa St. vs. Colorado^ vs. Utah St.+ vs. Wisconsin+

Pct 3FG-A .397 40-108 .362 47-142 .395 46-128 .382 133-378

R 1 1 2 0 2 2 5 1 0 3 0 0 3 4 1 0 2 1 1 3 0 2 2 3 2 0 3 1 2 2 5 1 1 0

A 0 1 2 3 1 1 4 3 4 3 1 1 3 2 4 1 3 5 1 3 1 1 0 2 1 1 3 0 2 1 4 0 0 1

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Pts 9 5 3 13 3 2 4 6 4 0 2 6 15 11 5 0 3 7 6 7 17 4 3 14 4 9 9 1 9 0 13 14 6 2

Opponent Charleston Southern* Loyola Chicago* Md.-Eastern Shore* George Washington* @Virginia Tech* vs. West Virginia* North Florida* vs. Alabama* vs. So. Illinois* vs. UTEP* vs. Long Beach St.* Howard* @Kansas* Missouri* Baylor* @Oklahoma* Texas* @Oklahoma St.* @Texas Tech* Oklahoma* @Iowa St.* Texas A&M* Texas Tech* @Texas* Kansas* @Baylor* @Missouri* Iowa St.* @Texas A&M* Oklahoma St.* vs. Baylor^* vs. Southern Miss+* vs. Syracuse+* *Starts ^Big 12 Championship +NCAA Tournament

MP 25 35 18 28 38 39 41 28 21 29 32 18 33 31 35 32 35 24 22 34 37 36 38 24 35 35 33 29 39 22 33 37 33

FG 3-7 4-7 2-6 5-12 2-8 6-11 3-12 3-6 2-2 4-6 4-7 5-8 2-7 4-8 1-5 4-15 3-9 1-5 0-5 2-10 2-6 5-8 0-5 3-8 4-13 2-10 3-6 2-9 2-5 3-7 2-9 1-4 4-11

3FG 1-4 2-3 1-4 2-6 2-4 4-8 2-5 1-3 1-1 1-2 3-5 3-6 1-4 3-6 1-4 3-12 1-1 0-2 0-3 0-5 1-3 4-5 0-2 3-7 0-5 1-7 1-2 0-5 2-3 1-3 0-3 0-3 2-6

FT 8-9 5-6 2-3 2-3 3-4 0-0 4-5 1-2 0-0 2-2 6-7 0-0 0-0 3-4 2-2 0-0 4-6 6-8 2-2 2-2 1-2 5-5 10-10 2-2 2-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TO Blk Stl 40 1 28 54 6 26 34 4 29 128 11 83

Pts 216 306 251 773

Avg 6.4 9.3 7.4 7.7

Junior (2012-13) R 2 2 2 4 3 4 5 0 1 2 2 1 2 3 1 1 1 5 3 3 1 1 3 4 1 4 1 0 4 1 0 1 3

A 3 2 3 0 3 1 9 5 1 2 2 1 5 2 4 4 3 0 1 2 5 3 1 0 4 4 2 2 3 7 5 0 1

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Pts 15 15 7 14 9 16 12 8 5 11 17 13 5 14 5 11 11 8 2 6 6 19 10 11 10 5 8 4 6 7 4 2 10

Opponent North Dakota* Lamar* Alabama-Huntsville* North Florida* vs. Delaware* vs. Michigan* USC Upstate* @George Washington* vs. Gonzaga* Texas Southern* Florida* Kansas City* South Dakota* Oklahoma St.* @West Virginia* @TCU* Oklahoma* Kansas* @Iowa St.* Texas* @Oklahoma* @Texas Tech* Iowa St.* @Kansas* Baylor* West Virginia* @Texas* Texas Tech* @Baylor* TCU @Oklahoma St.* vs. Texas^* vs. Oklahoma St.^* vs. Kansas^* vs. La Salle+*

MP 25 17 19 22 33 36 32 37 34 29 39 38 35 34 28 30 34 26 37 21 25 29 25 35 26 35 23 28 5 19 24 19 17 17

FG 3-5 4-6 4-6 1-6 3-7 1-9 3-8 3-8 2-6 2-3 4-12 2-8 3-8 0-4 1-5 2-3 5-9 0-5 5-8 2-5 5-8 3-7 1-2 2-6 3-7 5-9 2-4 2-6 0-1 DNP 2-3 1-4 0-3 0-2 1-2

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

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

R 2 2 5 3 6 0 1 0 2 4 6 4 4 5 2 1 3 2 3 4 3 4 2 0 1 4 1 3 0

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Pts 10 14 10 3 12 3 9 10 8 8 17 8 11 1 2 6 15 0 15 5 12 9 3 10 7 19 8 5 0

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Omari Lawrence Guard | 6-3 | 205 | Senior-2L Bronx, N.Y. (South Kent [Conn.] Prep/St. John’s)

27 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 4 FINAL FOURS 11 ELITE EIGHTS 16 SWEET 16s 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

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The Lawrence File Full Name: Omari R. Lawrence Birthplace: Bronx, N.Y. Birthday: October 1, 1990 Mother: Alma Lawrence Degree: Family Studies and Human Services (2013) Pursuing a Master’s in Family Studies

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More About Omari Nickname: Young O Favorite movie: Love 3 Basketball Favorite dinner: Any Jamaican Food Favorite NBA team: L.A. Lakers

Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Floyd Mayweather Favorite city to visit: New York In my IPod: Gucci Mane, Drake, Future, R. Kelly, Meek Mill Proudest accomplishment of my life: Graduating college My greatest love: Family and food My hero: My mother Greatest influence on my life: My older brother Abebe

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As A Junior (2012-13): Saw action in 31 games as a junior... Registered double-digit minutes in 11 games, including a season-high 22 vs. Kansas City (12/29/12)... Named to the Spring 2013 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Averaged 2.1 points on 37.3 percent shooting (22-of-59), including 20 percent (3-of-15) from 3-point range, with 1.4 rebounds, 0.5 steals and 0.5 assists in 8.5 minutes per game... Connected on 72 percent (18-of-25) from the free throw line... Scored in double figures twice, including a season-high 12 points vs. Texas (1/30/13)... Knocked down 5-of-10 field goals vs. the Longhorns with a seasonhigh six rebounds and two steals in 19 minutes of action... Also registered double figures vs. USC Upstate (12/2/13) with 10 points on 3-of-7 field goals with two treys... Added five rebounds, three assists and one steal vs. the Spartans in 18 minutes... Posted five or more rebounds in three games, including a season-high six vs. Texas (1/30/13)... Tallied two or more steals on four occasions, including a season-best 3 vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) and Kansas City (12/29/12)... Saw action in 16 Big 12 games as a reserve, averaging 1.8 points on 52.2 percent shooting (12-of-23) with 1.2 rebounds in 6.4 minutes per game... Connected on 66.7 percent (4-of-6) from the free throw line... Came off the bench to score four points in six minutes vs. Texas Tech (2/25/13)... Also scored four points vs. No. 14/14 Gonzaga (12/15/12) in five minutes of action... Scored in each of the team’s first four games, including a 5-point effort in the opener with North Dakota (11/9/12)... Coached by Bruce Weber. As A Sophomore (2011-12): Saw action in nine games as a sophomore... Played a season-high four minutes vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (11/22/11) and Howard (12/31/11)... Averaged 0.6 points on 50 percent shooting (2-of-4) with 0.7 rebounds in 2.2 minutes per game... Scored in three games, including a season-high two points vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (11/22/11) and North Florida (12/11/11)... Had at least one rebounds in four games, including a season-best three vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (11/22/11)... Dished out two assists vs. Howard (12/31/11)... Saw action in four Big 12 games, averaging 0.3 points and 0.3 rebounds in 1.5 minutes per game... First career points as a Wildcat came vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (11/22/11) on 1-of-1 field goals... Registered his first career minutes in opener vs. Charleston Southern (11/11/11) with no statistics... Had to sit out the 2010-11 season due to NCAA rules after transferring from St. John’s... Coached by Frank Martin. At St. John’s (2009-10): Played one season at St. John’s University in Queens, N.Y. in 2009-10... Helped the Red Storm to a 17-16 record, including a 6-12 mark in BIG EAST play, and a trip to the NIT... The team lost in the first round of the NIT at Memphis, 73-71... Saw action in 25 games as a freshman with one start... Averaged 2.5 points on 34.7 percent (25-of-72) shooting, including 33.3 percent (4-of-12) from 3point range, with 1.5 rebounds, 0.7 steals and 0.5 assists in 9.3 minutes per game... Saw action in 10 BIG EAST games, averaging 2.4 points on 35.7 percent (10-of-28) shooting with 0.9 rebounds in 7.4 minutes per game... Registered double-digit minutes in 15 contests, including a season-high 16 minutes against St. Bonaventure (11/17/09) and Bryant (12/23/09)... Scored in 19 games, including a season-best eight points against Villanova (1/23/10) on 4-of-6 shooting... Grabbed at least one rebound in 18 contests, including a season-high seven against Siena (11/27/09)... Had three points and one steal at Memphis (3/18/10) in the NIT First Round... Played 14 minutes in the BIG EAST Tournament win over Connecticut (3/9/10) with four points on 2-of-3 field goals... Scored four points vs. West Virginia (2/6/10)... Tallied four points in BIG EAST home opener vs. Providence (1/3/10)... Solid all-around game vs. Bryant (12/23/09) with four points, five rebounds and season-high three steals in 16 minutes... Earned his first start vs. Georgia (12/9/09) with three points in 11 minutes... Recorded seven points on 3-of-5 field goals in his collegiate debut against Long Island (11/13/09)... Coached by current Kansas assistant Norm Roberts. High School: Played his senior season at South Kent School in South Kent, Conn., in 2008-09... Led the Cardinals to a 26-7 overall record and appearance in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) title game... Helped the team to a 16-game regular-season winning streak... Averaged 14.1 points, 6.6 assists and 5.4 rebounds as a senior... Also connected on 79 percent from the free throw line... Scored 25 points for the New York City Team in the Jordan Classic Regional game at Madison Square Garden on April 18, 2009... Connected on 12-of-21 field goals with five rebounds on a game-high 35 minutes... Led the City Team to a 129-120 victory over the Suburban Team at Madison Square Garden... His senior class at South Kent included seven players who would earn Division I scholarship offers, including former Arizona star Kevin Parrom and former Manhattan (Kan.) High star Jackie Carmichael... Tore his labrum the summer before his senior year, causing him to miss AAU circuit and some games his senior season... Starred at St. Raymond’s High School in the Bronx before transferring to South Kent... Averaged 18.2 points as a junior in 2007-08... Earned first team All-City distinction from the New York Daily News and first team all-league honors from the New York Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) following his junior season... Coached by Kelvin Jefferson. Personal: Omari R. Lawrence was born Oct. 1, 1990, in Bronx, N.Y. ... Parents are Alma Lawrence and the late Norman Lawrence... Has an older brother, Abebe... Grew up with former St. John’s All-American Dwight Hardy and former Red Storm star Justin Burrell... Before choosing St. John’s out of high school, he earned scholarship offers from a number of schools, including Georgetown, Clemson, Auburn, Arizona, Memphis, Pittsburgh and Xavier... Graduated from K-State in May 2013 with a degree in family studies and human services... Currently pursuing a Master’s degree in family studies.


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Mins 13 4 4 11 8 36 17 18 15

Career Highs Points: 12, vs. Texas (1/30/13) Field Goals: 5, vs. Texas (1/30/13) Field Goal Attempts: 10, vs. Texas (1/30/13) 3-Point Field Goals: 2, vs. USC Upstate (12/2/12) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 3, vs. USC Upstate (12/2/12) Free Throws Made: 3, twice [last time: vs. Kansas City (12/29/12)] Free Throw Attempts: 4, twice [last time: vs. Kansas City (12/29/12)] Rebounds: 7, vs. Siena (11/27/09) Assists: 3, vs. USC Upstate (12/2/12) Blocked Shots: 1, six times [last time: vs. TCU (3/5/13] Steals: 3, three times [last time: vs. Kansas City (12/29/12)] Minutes Played: 22, vs. Kansas City (12/29/12)

Miscellaneous Double-Figure Points: 2 (2-0) Led team in scoring: 0 (0-0) 20 or more points: 0 (0-0) Led team in rebounding: 0 (0-0)

FG-FGA 1-2 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 5-11 1-3 2-2 3-5

FG% .500 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .455 .333 1.000 .600

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

3FG% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-4 0-0 1-4 0-1

FT% 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .750 .000 .250 .000

Pts. 3 0 0 2 3 13 2 5 6

Ppg. 1.5 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.8 3.3 1.0 1.4 3.0

Rebs. 1 2 1 2 2 9 1 2 0

Rpg. 0.5 1.0 0.5 2.0 0.5 2.3 0.5 0.5 0.0

Asts. 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0

Apg. 0.5 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.8 0.0 0.0 0.0

Stls 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0

Spg. 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Blks 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

Bpg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.3 0.5 0.3 0.0

Lawrence Career Statistics Year *2009-10 (Fr.) 2011-12 (So.) 2012-13 (Jr.) **Totals

GP-GS 25-1 9-0 31-0 40-0

Min 233 20 262 282

Avg 9.3 2.2 8.5 7.1

FG-A 25-72 2-4 22-59 24-63

Freshman @ St. John’s (2009-10) Opponent LIU @St. Bonaventure Brown vs. Siena vs. Temple Stony Brook @Duke vs. Georgia* Fordham Hofstra Cornell Bryant @Georgetown Providence @Louisville Cincinnati DePaul @Connecticut Villanova @Pittsburgh @Rutgers West Virginia Louisville @Notre Dame Seton Hall @USF Marquette Pittsburgh @Syracuse @DePaul vs. Connecticut^ vs. Marquette^ @Memphis&

MP 14 16 10 9 12 12 9 11 11 7 6 16 5 4 10 12 14 11 4 10 3 1

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

Pct .347 .500 .373 .381

3FG-A 4-12 0-0 3-15 3-15

Pct .333 .000 .200 .200

FT-A 8-23 1-2 18-25 19-27

Pct .348 .500 .720 .704

O-D-T 8-29-37 2-4-6 12-31-43 14-35-49

Avg 1.5 0.7 1.4 1.2

PF 21 5 27 32

FT 0-1 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-0 1-2

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B 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 3

Pts 7 3 2 2 4 2 2 3 0 0 2 4

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

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8 1 0 4 2

0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 4 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1 0 1-1 0-0 1 0 0 1 3

Opponent Charleston Southern Loyola Chicago Md.-Eastern Shore George Washington @Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia North Florida vs. Alabama vs. So. Illinois vs. UTEP vs. Long Beach St. Howard @Kansas Missouri Baylor @Oklahoma Texas @Oklahoma St. @Texas Tech Oklahoma @Iowa St. Texas A&M Texas Tech @Texas Kansas @Baylor @Missouri Iowa St. @Texas A&M Oklahoma St. vs. Baylor^ vs. Southern Miss+ vs. Syracuse+ *Starts ^Big 12 Championship +NCAA Tournament

MP FG 2 0-0 DNP 4 1-1 DNP DNP DNP 2 1-1 DNP 2 0-0 DNP DNP 4 0-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2 0-0 DNP DNP DNP 1 0-0 2 0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1 0-0 DNP DNP DNP

3FG FT R A B S Pts 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 2

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0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0

0-0 1-2 0 0 0 0 1

0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0

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Avg 2.5 0.6 2.1 1.8

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3FG 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2

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Opponent North Dakota Lamar Alabama-Huntsville North Florida vs. Delaware vs. Michigan USC Upstate @George Washington vs. Gonzaga Texas Southern Florida Kansas City South Dakota Oklahoma St. @West Virginia @TCU Oklahoma Kansas @Iowa St. Texas @Oklahoma @Texas Tech Iowa St. @Kansas Baylor West Virginia @Texas Texas Tech @Baylor TCU @Oklahoma St. vs. Texas^ vs. Oklahoma St.^ vs. Kansas^ vs. La Salle+

MP 13 19 18 14 2 9 18 2 5 6 3 22 21 3 11 2 3 19 11 9 1 2 8 5 11 6 5 6 1 4 3

FG 1-2 0-4 2-4 1-5 0-0 0-1 3-7 0-2 1-2 0-2 0-0 1-3 1-4 1-1 DNP 1-3 DNP 0-0 0-1 5-10 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 DNP DNP

3FG 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-1 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0

FT 3-4 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 3-4 1-2 1-1

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A 0 2 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 1 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0

Pts 5 2 4 3 0 0 10 0 4 0 0 5 3 3

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

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

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Ryan Schultz Forward | 6-5 | 205 | Senior-1L Wichita, Kan. (Maize/Hutchinson [Kan.] Community College) Biography Note: Walk-on who joined the squad during the 2012 summer semester.

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As A Junior (2012-13): Saw action in 13 games as a junior... Named to both the Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Played a season-high 15 minutes vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) while he played at least a minute in 10 other games... Averaged 0.3 points on 22.2 percent shooting (2-of-9) with 0.3 rebounds in 1.9 minutes per games... Scored in three games, including a season-best three points in the opener with North Dakota (11/9/12)... Also had two points vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) and Texas (1/30/13)... Grabbed at least one rebound in four games with a season-high 4 vs. North Dakota (11/9/12)... Notched one steal each vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) and USC Upstate (12/2/12)... Coached by Bruce Weber.

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Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Tiger Woods/Adrian Peterson Favorite city to visit: Breckenridge, Colo. People would be surprised to know: I’m a good cook Love to trade places for day with: Tiger Woods Biggest thrill in my life to date is: Snorkeling a reef in the Bahamas If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: Larry Bird, Kobe Bryant, Jerry West My bucket list includes: Golf a course in all 50 states, snowboard in the Alps

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Community College (2010-12): Played two seasons at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kan. ... Helped the Blue Dragons to a 25-7 record as a sophomore in 2011-12, including a second-place finish in the Jayhawk West Conference with an 11-5 mark... The squad fell to Cowley College in the Region VI Quarterfinals... Named a NCJAA Academic All-American as a sophomore... Saw action in 27 games with 27 starts... Averaged 7.9 points on a team-best 54.9 percent shooting (67-of-122), including 38.7 percent (12-of-31) from 3-point range, with 5.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.0 steals in 28.4 minutes per game... Connected on a team-best 82.7 percent (67-of-81) from the free throw line... Paced the team in all major shooting categories with team-bests in field goal percentage (54.9), 3-point field goal percentage (38.7) and free throw percentage (82.7)... Led the squad with 31 offensive charges... Also è Ryan Schultz, ranked third in rebounds and fifth in scoring... Missed five games mid-season who aspires to follow in his due to injury... Scored in double figures seven times, including a career-best father’s footsteps and 19 points in the first meeting vs. Pratt on 6-of-8 field goals, including 3-of-4 become a doctor, was named from 3-point range... Collected 18 points in the second meeting vs. Pratt, also to both the Fall and Spring on 6-of-8 shooting... Grabbed five or more rebounds in 18 of 27 games played, Big 12 Commissioner’s including a career-best 10 boards vs. Allen County... Helped the Blue Dragons to a 26-7 record as a freshman in 2010-11, including a second-place finish Honor Roll last year. in the Jayhawk West Conference with a 10-6 mark... Saw action in 28 games with one start... Averaged 2.0 points on 52.5 percent shooting (21-of-40) with 1.1 rebounds and 0.5 assists in 6.9 minutes per game... Coached by Steve Eck. High School: A two-year lettermen at Maize High School in Wichita, Kan. ... Helped the Eagles to a 17-6 overall record in 2009-10, including the Ark Valley/Chisholm Trail League title with a 9-0 mark... Captured the Class 6A sub-state title before falling to Leavenworth (and future teammate Nino Williams), 51-49, in the state quarterfinals... Williams blocked Schultz’s game-tying baskets with six seconds remaining... Selected second team Class 6A and first team All-City by the Wichita Eagle as a senior... Also named first team allleague... Earned first team academic all-state... Averaged 13.5 points, 9.2 rebounds and 2 assists as a senior... Connected on 58.8 percent from the field... Helped Maize to a 15-7 record as a junior in 2008-09, including a tie for second in the Ark Valley/Chisholm Trail League with a 6-3 mark... Averaged 9.8 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game... Named second team all-league as a junior... Coached by Chris Grill. Personal: Ryan Edward Schultz was born Feb. 25, 1992 in Kirksville, Mo. ... Parents are Drew and Kylee Schultz... Father is a family physician... Parents are both K-State graduates... One of six children, including sister, Kelsey, and brothers, Jordan, Jacob, Logan and Austin... Earned high academic honors at Maize, where he was a member of the National Honor Society and Principal’s Honor Roll and a candidate for Wendy’s High School Heisman.... Wants to follow in his father’s footsteps and a become a doctor (orthopedic surgeon)... Major is nutrition and kinesiology.


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Career Highs Points: 3, vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) Field Goals: 1, twice [last time: vs. Texas (1/30/13)]

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FG-FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0

FG% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000

3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 1, twice [last time: vs. Texas (3/14/13)] Free Throws Made: 3, vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) Free Throw Attempts: 4, vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) Rebounds: 3, vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) Assists: 1, vs. South Dakota (12/31/12) Blocked Shots: 0 Steals: 1, twice [last time: vs. USC Upstate (12/2/12)] Minutes Played: 15, vs. North Dakota (11/9/12)

Miscellaneous Double-Figure Points: 0 (0-0) Led team in scoring: 0 (0-0) 20 or more points: 0 (0-0) Led team in rebounding: 0 (0-0)

3FG% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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FT% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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Rpg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0

Asts. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Apg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Stls 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Spg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Blks 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Field Goal Attempts: 5, vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) 3-Point Field Goals: 0

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

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è Ryan Schultz saw action

Junior (2012-13) Opponent North Dakota Lamar Alabama-Huntsville North Florida vs. Delaware vs. Michigan USC Upstate @George Washington vs. Gonzaga Texas Southern Florida Kansas City South Dakota Oklahoma St. @West Virginia @TCU Oklahoma Kansas @Iowa St. Texas @Oklahoma @Texas Tech Iowa St. @Kansas Baylor West Virginia @Texas Texas Tech @Baylor TCU @Oklahoma St. vs. Texas^ vs. Oklahoma St.^ vs. Kansas^ vs. La Salle+

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in 13 games in 2012-13, scoring in three games and grabbing at least one rebound in four contests.

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Nino Williams Forward | 6-5 | 220 | Junior-2L St. Louis, Mo. (Leavenworth [Kan.] High)

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Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Johnny Manziel Talent I’d most like to have: Ability to play the drums In my IPod: Drake Proudest accomplishment of my life: Coming to college When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Michael Jordan Love to trade places for day with: Drake Best advice I have ever received: Just play and have fun Favorite moment in a game: A game-winning putback dunk If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal

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As A Sophomore (2012-13): Saw action in 34 games, including 11 starts, as a sophomore... Trailed only Thomas Gipson and Rodney McGruder for number of games played... Named to both the Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Registered double-digit minutes in 19 games, including a season-best 32 minutes vs. Kansas City (12/29/12)... Averaged 4.2 points on 46.2 percent shooting (60-of-130) with 3.3 rebounds and 0.5 assists in 12.5 minutes per game... Connected on 69.7 percent (23-of-33) from the free throw line... Ranked fourth on the squad in offensive rebounds and fifth in total rebounds and rebounds per game... Led the team in scoring with 16 points vs. South Dakota (12/31/12) on 7-of-10 field goals... Posted five double-digit scoring efforts, including three in Big 12 play... Scored a season-high 17 points in the win over No. 22/21 Oklahoma State (1/5/13) on 7-of-11 field goals... It marked the first time in his career he scored in double figures in back-to-back games... Led the squad in rebounding four times, including a season-best 13 rebounds vs. Kansas City (12/29/12) in a season-high 32 minutes of action... Also snagged five or more rebounds in nine other games, including nine boards in back-to-back wins over USC Upstate (12/2/12) and George Washington (12/8/12)... Dished out a season-high four assists vs. Lamar è Nino Williams was (11/12/12)... Had at least one steal in 11 contests with a season-best two vs. Lamar 11/12/12)... Saw action in all 18 Big 12 games, averaging one of the Wildcats’ top 3.4 points on 50.9 percent shooting (27-of-53) with 2.1 rebounds reserves in 2012-13, in 11.0 minutes per game... Connected on 61.5 percent (8-of-13) scoring in double figures from the free throw line... Came off the bench to score in five times and grabbing double figures in wins over West Virginia (2/18/13) and Texas at least five rebounds Tech (2/25/13)... Posted 13 points vs. the Mountaineers on in 10 contests. 6-of-8 field goals to go with five rebounds, while he added 11 points vs. the Red Raiders on 5-of-8 field goals with seven boards... Started 11 of the first 13 games, including nine in a row to start the season... Averaged 6.3 points on 43.8 percent shooting during this 13-game span with 5.6 rebounds in 17.2 minutes per game... Was injured vs. No. 14/14 Gonzaga (12/15/12) and missed the Texas Southern (12/18/12) game... Moved to the bench after the change to the four-guard lineup on Dec. 18, serving as a reserve in the last 22 contests... Had seven rebounds in the win over No. 8/9 Florida (12/22/12), which was the Wildcats’ first win over a Top 10 non-conference opponent in the regular season since 1981... Scored in double figures vs. North Florida (11/18/12) with 10 points... Coached by Bruce Weber. As A Redshirt Freshman (2011-12): Played in 12 games as a redshirt freshman... Registered double-digit minutes in three games, including a season-best 15 minutes at Oklahoma (1/14/12)... Averaged 2.2 points on 33.3 percent shooting (7-of-21) with 2.1 rebounds in 6.2 minutes per game... Connected on 76.9 percent (10-of-13) from the free throw line... Scored in six games, including a season-best 12 points at Oklahoma (1/14/12)... Grabbed a season-best nine rebounds at Oklahoma (1/14/12)... Had at least one rebound in nine games... Dished out an assist in three games... Saw time in four Big 12 games, averaging 4.3 points on 38.5 percent (5-of-13) with 3.8 rebounds in 8.3 minutes per game in Big 12 play... Connected on 85.7 percent (6-of-7) from the free throw line in league games... Set season-highs in 10 categories at Oklahoma (1/14/12) with a near double-double of 12 points and nine boards in just 15 minutes... Scored five points at Kansas (1/4/12) with four rebounds in 12 minutes... Grabbed five rebounds vs. Howard (12/31/11)... Recorded four points vs. Loyola Chicago in eight minutes... Coached by Frank Martin. As A Freshman (2010-11): Received a medical redshirt after receiving two concussions... Played in just three games, averaging 2.3 points on 60 percent shooting with 1.3 rebounds in 6.3 minutes per game... Played a season-high 13 minutes against Emporia State (11/29/10), totaling four points on 2-of-3 field goals with four rebounds, one block and one steal... Made his Wildcat debut against Gonzaga (11/22/10) in the O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic semifinals at the Sprint Center with three points in two minutes of action... Made his first and only 3pointer against the Bulldogs... Coached by Frank Martin. High School: Rated No. 89 on the Rivals' 150 for 2011, including No. 20 among small forwards, before opting to enroll early after committing to the program in October 2009... Helped Leavenworth to a 17-8 overall record as a senior in 2009-10, including a No. 7 final ranking by the Kansas City Star... Lost to Blue Valley North in the Class 6A state tournament third-place game... Selected Mr. Kansas Basketball by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA)... He became the sixth Wildcat to earn the honor, following Steve Henson (1986), Gaylon Nickerson (1988), Brian Henson (1991), Josh Reid (1996) and Quentin Buchanan (1999)... Named second team All-State for all classes and first team Class 6A by the Topeka Capital-Journal... Scored a game-high 20 points for the North squad in the KBCA All-Star Game in August... Averaged 20 points and 9.5 rebounds as a senior in 2009-10... Recorded 11 20-point games and led the team in scoring on 15 occasions... Scored a season-high 29 points twice, including against Wichita Heights in the Class 6A semifinals on March 12... Led the Pioneers to the state tournament with a 20-point, 14-rebound effort against Shawnee Mission Northwest... Named the Kansas City Star's Athlete of the Week on Jan. 4... Selected honorable mention Class 6A by the Topeka Capital-Journal as a junior... Led the team in scoring and rebounding as a junior... Coached by Larry Hogan. Personal: Nino Lorenzo Williams was born Sept. 13, 1991 in St. Louis, Mo. ... Guardian is Derek Zeck... Played his AAU ball with the Mo-Kan Spiece... Major is social science.


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Mins 6 26 34 36 41 29 14 23 36

Career Highs Points: 17, vs. Oklahoma State (1/5/13) Field Goals: 7, twice [last time: vs. Oklahoma State (1/5/13)] Field Goal Attempts: 13, vs. Kansas City (12/29/12) 3-Point Field Goals: 1, three times [last time: vs. Loyola Chicago 11/14/11)] 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 3, at Oklahoma (1/14/12) Free Throws Made: 5, at Oklahoma (1/14/12) Free Throw Attempts: 6, at Oklahoma (1/14/12) Rebounds: 13, vs. Kansas City (12/29/12) Assists: 4, vs. Lamar (11/12/12) Blocked Shots: 1, twice [last time: vs. North Florida (11/11/11)] Steals: 1, six times [last time: at Oklahoma State (3/9/13)] Minutes Played: 32, vs. Kansas City (12/29/12)

Miscellaneous Double-Figure Points: 6 (5-1) Led team in scoring: 1 (1-0) 20 or more points: 0 (0-0) Double-digit rebounds: 1 (1-0) Led team in rebounding: 4 (3-1) Double-doubles: 0 (0-0)

FG-FGA 0-1 2-3 3-7 3-8 9-16 2-7 0-4 5-8 9-14

FG% .000 .667 .429 .375 .563 .286 .000 .625 .643

3FG-3FGA 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

3FG% .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 0-0 0-1 1-1 5-6 3-5 7-8 0-0 1-1 1-2

FT% .000 .000 1.000 .833 .600 .875 .000 1.000 .500

Pts. 0 4 7 12 21 11 0 11 19

Ppg. 0.0 2.0 1.8 4.0 7.0 2.8 0.0 5.5 9.5

Rebs. 2 6 5 10 13 6 1 8 6

Rpg. 1.0 3.0 1.4 3.3 4.3 1.5 0.5 4.0 3.0

Asts. 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 2

Apg. 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.3 0.3 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.0

Stls 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0

Spg. 0.5 0.0 0.3 0.3 0.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Blks 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Bpg. 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Williams Career Statistics Year *2010-11 (Fr.) 2011-12 (RFr.) 2012-13 (So.) Totals

GP-GS 3-0 12-0 34-11 49-11

Min Avg 19 6.3 74 6.2 424 12.5 517 10.6

FG-A 3-5 7-21 60-130 70-156

Freshman (2010-11) Opponent James Madison Virginia Tech Presbyterian vs. Gonzaga vs. Duke Texas Southern Emporia St. @Washington St. Alcorn St. @Loyola Chicago vs. Florida UNLV UMKC North Florida Savannah St. @Oklahoma St. Colorado Texas Tech @Missouri @Texas A&M Baylor @Kansas Nebraska @Iowa St. @Colorado Kansas Oklahoma @Nebraska Missouri @Texas Iowa St. vs. Colorado^ vs. Utah St.+ vs. Wisconsin+ *Starts ^Big 12 Championship +NCAA Tournament

MP FG DNP DNP DNP 2 1-1 DNP 4 0-1 13 2-3 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

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Pct .600 .333 .462 .449

3FG-A 1-2 2-11 0-2 3-15

Pct .500 .182 .000 .200

FT-A 0-2 10-13 23-33 33-48

Pct O-D-T Avg PF .000 1-3-4 1.3 2 .769 6-19-25 2.1 13 .697 53-58-111 3.3 66 .688 60-80-140 2.9 81

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Opponent Charleston Southern Loyola Chicago Md.-Eastern Shore George Washington @Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia North Florida vs. Alabama vs. So. Illinois vs. UTEP vs. Long Beach St. Howard @Kansas Missouri Baylor @Oklahoma Texas @Oklahoma St. @Texas Tech Oklahoma @Iowa St. Texas A&M Texas Tech @Texas Kansas @Baylor @Missouri Iowa St. @Texas A&M Oklahoma St. vs. Baylor^ vs. Southern Miss+ vs. Syracuse+ *Starts ^Big 12 Championship +NCAA Tournament

MP FG DNP 8 1-1 5 0-1 4 0-0 2 0-2 DNP 4 0-2 DNP 6 0-0 DNP 1 0-0 11 1-2 12 2-5 4 0-1 DNP 15 3-6 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

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Opponent North Dakota* Lamar* Alabama-Huntsville* North Florida* vs. Delaware* vs. Michigan* USC Upstate* @George Washington* vs. Gonzaga* Texas Southern Florida Kansas City* South Dakota* Oklahoma St.* @West Virginia* @TCU* Oklahoma* Kansas* @Iowa St.* Texas* @Oklahoma* @Texas Tech* Iowa St.* @Kansas* Baylor* West Virginia* @Texas* Texas Tech* @Baylor* TCU* @Oklahoma St.* vs. Texas^* vs. Oklahoma St.^ vs. Kansas^ vs. La Salle+

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FG 1-3 4-5 1-2 3-6 1-6 2-4 3-7 4-9 1-3 DNP 2-6 3-12 7-10 7-11 3-6 0-3 0-1 0-1 2-3 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 6-8 0-1 5-8 0-0 0-1 1-4 0-2 1-1 0-0 0-1

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

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Summer 2013: Traveled to Vilnius and Klaipeda, Lithuania with Athletes in Action from August 6-19... Averaged 11.4 points on 49 percent shooting (24-of-49) with 7.2 rebounds in 20.2 minutes per game during AIA’s five-game tour... Scored in double figures in three games, including a tour-high 19 points in a 103-92 win over Siauliai on August 17... Registered double-digit rebounds in back-to-back games vs. Zalgiris on August 13 and Neptunas on August 15.

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As A Sophomore (2012-13): Saw action in all 35 games, including 14 starts, as a sophomore... One of two players (Rodney McGruder) to see action in all 35 contests... Named to the Spring 2013 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Registered double-digit minutes in 34 of 35 games, including 20 or more minutes 15 times, with a seasonhigh 31 minutes played at George Washington (12/8/12)... Averaged 7.9 points on 51.7 percent shooting (106-of-205) with 5.0 rebounds in 18.7 minutes per game... Connected on 62.1 percent (64-of-103) from the free throw line... Ranked among the team’s Top 5 in a number of categories, including first in field goal percentage and offensive rebounds, second in total rebounds and rebounds per game and third in double-figure scoring (14), field goals, free throws made and attempted and defensive rebounds... Also placed fifth in scoring... Led the team in scoring four times, including a season-best 20 points vs. Texas Tech (2/25/13) on 7-of-9 field goals... Also led the way with 17 points vs. Texas (1/30/13) on 7-of-10 field goals... Scored in double figures 14 times, including eight times in Big 12 play... Collected a double-double vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) with 14 points and 12 rebounds... Also grabbed double-digit rebounds in a road win at George Washington (12/8/12) with season-tying 12... Led the squad in rebounding nine times, including on five occasions in Big 12 play... Notched five or more rebounds in 19 games... Saw action in all 18 Big 12 games, including seven starts... Averaged 8.7 points on 58.2 percent shooting (64-of-110) with 4.2 rebounds in 18.6 minutes per game... Connected on 71.8 percent (28-of-39) from the free throw line... Placed among the team’s Top 5 in several conference-only statistics, including first in field goal percentage and offensive rebounds and third in field goals, rebounds, rebounds per game and fourth in scoring... Scored eight points vs. La Salle (3/22/13) in the NCAA Tournament... Posted 15 points at No. 13/14 Oklahoma State (3/9/13) on 7of-10 field goals... Went a perfect 5-of-5 from the field with 11 points vs. TCU (3/5/13)... Tallied double figures in three consecutive games vs. West Virginia (2/18/13), Texas (2/23/13) and Texas Tech (2/25/13)... Averaged 13.7 points in the three-game stretch on 72.7 percent shooting (16-of-22)... His 20-point outing vs. the Red Raiders was the first of his career in Big 12 play... Scored 16 points in a win over Iowa State (2/9/13), knocking down 6-of-8 field goals with seven rebounds in 21 minutes... Tallied 17 points vs. Texas (1/30/13) on 7-of-10 field goals with seven rebounds... Had nine points and six rebounds in the win over No. 22/21 Oklahoma State (1/5/13)... Posted 13 points vs. Kansas City (12/29/12) with six rebounds... Was solid all-around vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) with season-highs for blocks (four) and steals (three) to go with his doubledouble... Also had double-figure scoring vs. North Dakota (11/9/12), North Florida (11/18/12), Delaware (11/21/12) and USC Upstate (12/2/12)... Coached by Bruce Weber. As A Freshman (2011-12): Saw action in all 33 games with 22 starts as a true freshman... One of just three players (along with Rodney McGruder and Will Spradling) to play in all 33 games... Led all freshmen in games played and started... Earned starts in the first 13 games... Named to the Fall 2011 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Named the Phillips 66 Big 12 Rookie of the Week on Dec. 12 after averaging 19 points on 53.8 percent shooting (14-of-26) in helping the Wildcats split two overtime games with West Virginia (12/8/11) and North Florida (12/11/11) with 11.0 rebounds in 32.5 minutes per game... First K-State true freshman to earn the weekly honor since Michael Beasley won the award for the eighth and final time on March 3, 2008... Registered double-digit minutes in 27 games, including 20 or more 13 games... Played a season-high 37 minutes in the overtime win over North Florida (12/11/11)... Averaged 7.0 points on 49.1 percent shooting (86-of-175) with 4.7 rebounds and 0.8 assists in 17.5 minutes per game... Ranked among the Top 5 in six categories, including fourth in offensive rebounds, defensive rebounds, overall rebounds, rebounds per game and blocks and fifth in field goals... Scored in 27 games, including eight double-digit efforts... Scored a season-best 23 points vs. North Florida (12/11/11)... Had double-digit points in five of his first seven games... Collected three double-doubles on the year... Posted his first career double-double just four games into his freshman season with 17 rebounds and 13 rebounds vs. George Washington (12/1/11)... Followed with back-to-back doubledoubles with 15 points and 10 rebounds vs. West Virginia (12/8/11) and 23 points and 12 rebounds è Thomas Gipson posted vs. North Florida (12/11/11)... Paced the team in rebounding in three games, all with double14 double-digit scoring digit totals... Pulled down five or more rebounds in 16 games... Saw action in all 18 Big 12 games in 2012-13. games, averaging 14.1 minutes per game... Averaged 5.2 points on 56.1 percent shooting (37of-66) in Big 12 play with 3.2 rebounds per game... Earned the start in the NCAA Tournament game vs. Syracuse (3/17/12) with eight points, eight rebounds and two steals in 30 minutes of action... Helped the Wildcats sweep Missouri (2/21/12) and hand the Tigers their lone home loss with 13 points... Notched 13 points at Iowa State (1/31/12)... Had 11 points in a win over Texas (1/18/12)...Posted first 20-point game vs. North Florida (12/11/11) on 10of-18 field goals, both season-highs... Scored 19 points vs. Loyola Chicago (11/14/11)... Played 16 minutes in first game vs. Charleston Southern (11/11/11), including his first points on a field goal... Coached by Frank Martin. High School: Rated one of the top power forwards in the country, ranking as the No. 147 in the Rivals150 by Rivals.com... Ranked among the top-35 at his position by a number of outlets, including No. 24 by Rivals.com and No. 32 by ESPN Scouts, Inc. ... Rated as the No. 17 prospect in Texas by TexasHoops.com... A four-year lettermen at Cedar Hill High School in Cedar Hills, Texas... Helped the Longhorns to a 33-4 record, including a District 5-5A title with a 12-1 mark, as a senior in 2010-11... The team lost to eventual state champion Flower Mound Marcus, 46-38, in the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Class 5A Regional Final... Averaged 15 points per game... Scored in double figures in 32 games, including seven 20point outings... Averaged 20 points in the playoffs, including a season-best 28 points vs. Colleyville Heritage (3/2/11) in the UIL quarterfinals... Led the team in scoring 19 times... Named first team Class 5A by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC)... Selected to the TABC AllStar game... Guided the squad to a 27-5 record and a trip to the area round of the UIL Class 5A Tournament as a junior in 2009-10... Averaged a team-best 16 points and 7.2 rebounds as a junior... Named first team Class 5A and co-MVP of District 7-5A by the TABC... Led Cedar Hill to a 35-4 record and the 2009 Class 5A state final as a sophomore... Averaged 12.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game in 200809... Named first team All-Area by the Dallas Morning News... Also selected District 7-5A Sophomore of the Year... Coached by Tim Thomas. Personal: Thomas Allen Gipson, III was born Jan. 11, 1993, in Dallas, Texas... Parents are Thomas Gipson, Jr. and Cassundra Gipson... Father, Thomas, played at Texas before transferring to Sam Houston State... Mother is an assistant principal... Has a younger brother, Trevis... Received offers from a number of schools, including Baylor, California, Florida International, Georgia State, Iowa, Oklahoma State, SMU, Tulane and West Virginia... Major is family studies and human services.


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Thomas Gipson vs. Big 12 Gms 5 4 5 4 5 5 2 4 3

Career Highs Points: 23, vs. North Florida (12/11/11) Field Goals: 10, vs. North Florida (12/11/11)

Mins 71 57 79 66 78 78 21 94 69

FG-FGA 8-22 13-19 7-20 5-12 14-27 17-31 7-8 17-26 8-16

FG% .363 .684 .350 .417 .519 .548 .875 .654 .500

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

3FG% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 2-3 7-8 4-5 2-3 4-7 9-15 1-2 11-17 13-16

FT% .667 .875 .800 .667 .571 .600 .500 .647 .813

Pts. 18 33 18 12 32 43 15 45 29

Ppg. 3.6 8.3 3.6 3.0 6.4 8.6 7.5 11.3 9.7

Rebs. 14 15 24 10 14 21 3 23 16

Rpg. 2.8 3.8 4.8 2.5 2.8 4.2 1.5 5.8 5.3

Asts. 1 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 2

Apg. 0.3 0.8 0.6 0.8 0.6 0.2 0.5 0.5 0.7

Stls 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 2 2

Spg. 0.0 0.0 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.0 0.5 0.7

Blks 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 2 0

Gipson Career Statistics Year 2011-12 (Fr.) 2012-13 (So.) Totals

GP-GS 33-22 35-14 68-36

Min 578 653 1231

Avg FG-A Pct 17.5 86-175 .491 18.7 106-205 .517 18.1 192-380 .505

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T .000 60-111 .541 63-92-155 .000 64-103 .621 82-93-175 .000 124-214 .579 145-185-330

Avg 4.7 5.0 4.9

PF A 68 25 83 13 151 38

TO Blk Stl Pts 44 11 7 232 51 12 16 276 95 23 23 508

Field Goal Attempts: 18, vs. North Florida (12/11/11) 3-Point Field Goals: 0 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 0 Free Throws Made: 7, twice [last time: vs. North Dakota (11/9/12)] Free Throw Attempts: 12, vs. Loyola Chicago (11/14/11) Rebounds: 13, vs. George Washington (12/1/11) Assists: 4, vs. UMES (11/22/11) Blocked Shots: 4, vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) Steals: 3, vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) Minutes Played: 37, vs. North Florida (12/11/11)

Miscellaneous Double-Figure Points: 22 (19-3) Led team in scoring: 9 (8-1) 20 or more points: 2 (2-0) 10 or more rebounds: 5 (4-1) Led team in rebounding: 11 (9-2) Led team in assists: 1 (1-0) Double-doubles: 4 (3-1) 2 or more blocks: 4 (4-0)

Bpg. 0.3 0.7 0.4 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.0

Freshman (2011-12) Opponent Charleston Southern* Loyola Chicago* Md.-Eastern Shore* George Washington* @Virginia Tech* vs. West Virginia* North Florida* vs. Alabama* vs. So. Illinois* vs. UTEP* vs. Long Beach St.* Howard* @Kansas* Missouri Baylor @Oklahoma Texas* @Oklahoma St.* @Texas Tech* Oklahoma* @Iowa St.* Texas A&M* Texas Tech* @Texas* Kansas @Baylor @Missouri Iowa St. @Texas A&M Oklahoma St. vs. Baylor^ vs. Southern Miss+ vs. Syracuse+ *Starts ^Big 12 Championship +NCAA Tournament

MP FG 16 1-3 28 7-14 22 5-8 26 6-11 22 4-9 28 4-8 37 10-18 20 1-6 20 2-5 16 2-6 18 2-6 22 2-4 16 0-3 12 4-5 22 1-2 15 1-3 16 4-7 7 3-5 24 3-4 7 0-0 22 5-7 15 3-3 19 2-4 8 1-4 17 2-5 15 2-4 19 6-7 5 0-1 10 0-1 5 0-1 8 0-1 11 1-1 30 2-9

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

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

Sophomore (2012-13) R 0 7 9 13 6 10 12 4 5 5 7 7 3 5 2 1 6 1 6 1 7 4 4 2 8 3 3 1 1 0 1 3 8

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Pts 2 19 13 17 9 15 23 3 7 4 5 8 0 9 4 3 11 6 8 0 13 9 5 2 7 4 13 0 0 0 0 5 8

Opponent North Dakota Lamar Alabama-Huntsville North Florida vs. Delaware vs. Michigan USC Upstate* @George Washington* vs. Gonzaga* Texas Southern* Florida* Kansas City* South Dakota* Oklahoma St.* @West Virginia* @TCU* Oklahoma* Kansas* @Iowa St.* Texas @Oklahoma @Texas Tech Iowa St. @Kansas Baylor West Virginia @Texas Texas Tech* @Baylor TCU @Oklahoma St. vs. Texas^ vs. Oklahoma St.^ vs. Kansas^ vs. La Salle+

MP 20 14 14 20 27 11 27 31 19 26 18 24 11 26 19 10 18 14 9 21 26 23 21 14 10 22 18 28 16 11 29 15 11 18 12

FG 3-4 1-7 3-5 3-9 5-10 1-5 5-9 3-7 0-1 5-7 2-3 4-8 0-1 3-8 0-1 2-3 1-2 2-5 2-3 7-10 3-7 5-9 6-8 0-2 3-8 4-7 5-6 7-9 2-7 5-5 7-10 0-4 1-3 3-5 3-7

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

FT 7-10 1-2 0-0 6-10 2-3 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-2 4-9 3-4 5-8 2-4 3-4 3-4 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 3-3 0-0 2-4 4-5 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-1 6-7 0-0 1-2 1-2 3-4 0-0 0-0 2-3

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The Edwards File Full Name: Justin Stefan Edwards Birthplace: Scarborough, Ontario Birthday: October 31, 1992 Parents: Julian Edwards and Nancy Downes Major: Kinesiology

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At Maine (2011-13): Played two seasons at the University of Maine in Orono, Maine from 2011-13... Saw action in 58 of 60 games in his career with 56 starts... Helped the Black Bears to a two-year record of 23-37 record, including an 11-19 record in America East play... Totaled 887 points, 312 rebounds, 196 assists and 96 steals in his career... Averaged 15.3 points on 43.1 percent shooting with 5.4 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.7 steals in 32.0 minutes per game during his two-year career... Averaged an America East-best 16.7 points per game as a sophomore on 43.8 percent shooting with 5.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.9 steals in 32.8 minutes per game... Scored in double figures in 26 of 29 games, including six 20-point games, to go with three double-doubles... Became fifth sophomore in America East history to lead the league in scoring and first since 2007-08... Was one of two sophomores to make the All-America East Team (Second Team)... Also paced the league in steals and ranked in the Top 20 in six other categories... Led the Black Bears in six categories (scoring, field goals, field goals attempted, free throws, free throws attempted and steals) as a sophomore in 2012-13... Also was second in assists and minutes and third in 3-point field goals, rebounding and blocks... Scored a season-high 30 points on 11of-12 field goals against Northeastern (11/28/12)... Tallied 29 points in the regular season finale at New Hampshire (3/3/13)... His three double-doubles came against Florida State (19 points and 12 rebounds) on Dec. 9, 2012, Florida Gulf Coast (27 points and 11 rebounds) on Dec. 22, 2012 and Stony Brook (19 points and 13 rebounds) on Feb. 24, 2013... Had one of the best freshman campaigns in Maine’s history in 2011-12... Earned CollegeHoops.net America East Rookie of the Year and recognition to the All-America East Rookie Team by the league coaches... Named America East Rookie of the Week four times, including three consecutive weeks to start the season... Averaged 13.9 points on 42.5 percent shooting with 5.6 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.4 steals in 31.2 minutes per game... Scored in double figures 23 of 29 games, including five 20 point games, to go with two double-doubles... Scored a season-high 24 points on 10-of-13 field goals in his first career game vs. Maine-Machias (11/14/11)... Posted double-doubles vs. Boston (10 points and 10 rebounds) on Jan. 11, 2012 and New Hampshire (14 points and 10 rebounds) on Jan. 25, 2012... Coached by Ted Woodward.

More About Justin Nickname: Air Canada What I drive: Mazda 3 Favorite NBA team: L.A. Lakers People would be surprised to know: I’m Canadian Favorite thing I like best about myself: My smile Worst habit: Biting nails

High School: Played for Anderson Collegiate Vocational Institution for five years in Whitby, Ontario... Ranked as the eighth-best player in Canada for the 2011 class... Led the Raiders to five Lake Ontario Secondary Athletic Association championships and an Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations title... Scored more than 3,400 points in his high school career... Averaged 20.4 points, 5.7 assists, 4.4 rebounds and 3.5 steals per game in his career... Selected as a captain... Named the most valuable player of the LOSSA Championship as well as the Windsor Invitational and Anderson Invitational... Also was a Humber Classic All-Star and Silverfox Tournament AllStar... Competed in the All-Canada Classic... Also competed in volleyball... Coached by Dean Hutchcroft, who has been a mentor since the age of six. Personal: Justin Stefan Edwards was born Oct. 31, 1992, in Scarborough, Ontario... Parents are Julian Edwards and Nancy Downes... Named to 2013 Canadian National Team training camp roster... First Division I player to transfer to K-State since teammate Omari Lawrence (St. John’s) in 2010... Second Canadian player in the program’s history following Juevol Myles (Ajax, Ontario) in 2010-11... Recruited by Fresno State, Missouri and George Washington... Major is kinesiology.

Favorite city to visit: Toronto When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Allen Iverson Greatest love: Basketball è Justin Edwards transferred to K-State in

Most prized possession: My family and girlfriend My motto is: YOLO (You only live once)

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Justin Edwards vs. Big 12 Gms 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Mins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Points: 30, at Northeastern (11/28/12) Field Goals: 11, at Northeastern (11/28/12)

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

FG% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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

3FG% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Year *2011-12 (Fr.) *2012-13 (So.) Totals

GP-GS 27-25 29-29 56-54

Min 905 950 1855

Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A 33.5 149-351 .425 17-65 32.8 175-400 .438 27-99 33.1 324-751 .431 44-164

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3-Point Field Goals: 3, vs. Hartford (2/13/13)

Opponent MP FG 3FG FT R A B S Pts Maine-Machias 25 10-13 1-3 3-4 9 2 3 5 24 @Connecticut* 31 7-15 2-3 4-4 5 2 1 2 20 Holy Cross* 37 9-15 1-2 3-5 7 0 1 6 22 @Eastern Illinois* 26 7-12 0-1 0-0 3 2 3 2 14 @Rhode Island* 26 6-11 1-1 8-8 7 2 0 1 21 @Notre Dame* 38 9-19 1-4 1-1 6 4 0 3 20 @San Diego* 27 2-10 0-1 0-0 4 2 0 3 4 Utah Valley* 36 7-15 2-4 1-2 7 5 1 0 17 Eastern Illinois* 33 6-10 1-1 1-6 9 4 0 0 14 @Brown* 35 6-12 1-1 4-5 8 5 0 0 17 @Florida Gulf Coast* 29 2-8 0-2 0-2 3 3 2 2 4 @Binghamton* 34 6-12 1-1 2-3 9 6 0 0 15 UMBC* 24 2-8 0-2 7-8 3 3 1 1 11 Boston* 33 4-8 0-3 2-4 10 6 0 1 10 @Albany* 36 5-12 0-1 9-10 5 2 0 1 19 @Vermont* 33 8-18 0-2 3-4 3 7 2 1 19 Hartford* 23 4-13 1-1 0-2 5 1 1 2 9 Stony Brook* 30 4-7 1-4 5-7 9 7 0 1 14 @New Hampshire* 33 6-14 1-3 1-1 10 3 0 0 14 Binghampton* 31 6-14 0-3 6-7 5 0 0 2 18 @UMBC* 36 6-14 0-1 4-4 7 6 0 3 16 Vermont* 33 5-20 1-4 4-6 9 5 3 1 15 @Boston* 31 2-12 0-1 0-0 3 2 0 1 4 Albany* 31 4-10 1-2 2-4 5 4 0 1 11 @Hartford* 33 3-10 1-3 0-0 3 3 0 0 7 Marist* 28 4-9 0-1 4-4 1 3 0 0 12 New Hampshire 24 2-5 0-2 9-10 1 3 0 0 13 @Stony Brook* 34 5-11 0-3 2-2 3 3 0 0 12 vs. Vermont^* 35 2-14 0-5 2-2 3 2 0 1 6

Free Throws Made: 11, at Hartford (1/9/13) Free Throw Attempts: 14, at Hartford (1/9/13) Rebounds: 13, at Stony Brook (1/26/13) Assists: 8, at Duquesne (12/1/12) Blocked Shots: 3, three times [last time: vs. Vermont (2/6/12)] Steals: 6, vs. Holy Cross (11/27/11) Minutes Played: 38, twice [last time: vs. Florida Gulf Coast (12/22/12)]

Miscellaneous Double-Figure Points: 49 (23-26) 20 or more points: 11 (7-4) Led team in scoring: 27 (11-16) 10 or more rebounds: 5 (2-3) Double-doubles: 5 (2-3) 5 or more assists: 17 (7-10) 5 or more steals: 2 (2-0)

Pts. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ppg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Rebs. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Rpg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Asts. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Apg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Stls 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Spg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Blks 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Bpg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Edwards Career Statistics

Field Goal Attempts: 22, at Marist (12/16/12)

3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 7, at New Hampshire (3/3/13)

FT% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Freshman @ Maine (2011-12)

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Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg .262 87-115 .757 57-105-162 5.6 .273 108-158 .684 50-100-150 5.2 .268 195-273 .714 107-205-312 5.6

PF A TO Blk 78 97 87 18 83 99 119 12 161 196 206 30

Stl Pts Avg 40 402 13.9 56 485 16.7 96 887 15.8

Sophomore @ Maine (2012-13) Opponent @Dartmouth* @Holy Cross* Brown* @Seton Hall* Siena* @Northeastern* @Duquesne* Fisher* @Florida State* @Army* @Marist* Florida Gulf Coast* @Quinnipiac* Boston* UMBC* @Hartford* @Albany* Binghamton* Vermont* @Stony Brook* New Hampshire* @UMBC @Boston* Albany* Hartford* @Binghamton* @Vermont* Stony Brook* @New Hampshire* vs. Albany^*

MP FG 37 4-12 34 1-16 36 7-13 36 6-13 29 8-15 36 11-12 37 8-16 26 5-5 32 7-18 31 8-18 36 9-22 38 9-14 37 10-16 34 2-11 33 6-8 37 3-11 33 5-16 35 4-11 37 8-13 24 7-14 12 3-8 DNP 26 5-14 35 5-15 34 6-10 32 5-16 31 2-12 30 4-10 37 9-21 35 8-20

3FG 0-3 0-6 0-2 0-4 1-1 1-1 2-3 0-0 1-4 0-3 0-3 1-3 2-3 2-5 0-0 0-4 1-5 1-6 2-3 1-4 0-0

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Shawn Meyer Guard | 6-3 | 215 | Junior-2L Kansas City, Mo. (Blue Springs South) Biography Note: Walk-on who joined the squad during the 2011 summer semester. As A Sophomore (2012-13): Saw action in 11 games as a sophomore... Named to the Spring 2013 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Played a season-high two minutes vs. USC Upstate (12/2/12), while he played at least a minute in eight other games... Averaged 0.2 points on 25 percent shooting (1-of-4) with 0.1 rebounds in 0.9 minutes per game... Scored his only basket of the season in the win over Baylor (2/16/13)... Grabbed a rebound vs. USC Upstate... Coached by Bruce Weber.

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As A Freshman (2011-12):: Saw action in four games as a true freshman... Played a season-high three minutes vs. Howard (12/31/11), while he played at least a minute in three other games... Averaged 0.5 points on 50 percent shooting (1-of-2) with 0.3 rebounds in 1.5 minutes per game... Scored his first career points as a Wildcat came vs. Howard (12/31/11) on 1-of-1 field goals... Grabbed a rebound vs. MarylandEastern Shore (11/22/11)... Saw action in two Big 12 games, averaging 1.0 minute per game... Registered his first career minute vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (11/22/11) with a rebound... Coached by Frank Martin.

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High School: A two-year lettermen at Blue Springs South High School in Blue Springs, Mo. ... Helped the Jaguars to a 20-8 record in 2010-11, including a share of the Suburban Big Six Conference title with a 6-3 mark... The squad lost in the district title game to Lee’s Summit North, 60-55... Averaged 16 points, eight rebounds and two assists per game during his career... Scored in double figures 11 times, including a season-high 22 points against Rockhurst (1/17/11)... Twice named first team alldistrict, all-area and allconference... Was the area scoring leader as a junior in 200910... Selected the Mid-State Sports most valuable player... Broke the school single-game scoring mark with 36 points... Also holds marks for most field goals made in a game (14)... Helped the Jaguars break the record for most points scored in a game (98)... Named to the College Coaches Network All-Star Team... Coached by Jimmy Cain. Personal: Shawn Anthony Meyer was born Feb. 25, 1993 in Rolla, Mo. ... Parents are Anthony and Claudia Meyer... Has a younger brother, Marcus... Father, Anthony, was his first coach and is an elementary physical education teacher... Mother, Claudia, is a counselor at Valley View High School in Blue Springs, Mo. ... Earned high academic honors at Blue Springs South, where he maintained a 3.5 GPA all four years... Major is business administration with a management option.

Favorite movie: The One: Jet Li Favorite dinner: Mom’s Brazilian cooking Favorite city to visit: Kansas City In my IPod: J.Cole First job: Selling shoes at Journey Kids When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Tracy McGrady Greatest influence on my life: My parents

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As A Freshman (2011-12): Saw action in eight games as a freshman... Named to the Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Rolls... Earned a perfect 4.0 GPA during the fall semester... Played a season-high five minutes vs. Howard (12/31/11)... Averaged 0.3 points on 50 percent shooting (1-of-2) with 0.8 rebounds in 1.9 minutes per game... Scored his first career points as a Wildcat came vs. Howard (12/31/11) on 1of-2 field goals... Grabbed at least one rebound in four games, including season-best three vs. Howard (12/31/11)... Posted first steals vs. Texas Tech (2/7/12)... Earned a block vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (11/22/11)... Saw action in four Big 12 games, averaging 1.3 minutes per game... Registered his first career minutes vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (11/22/11)... Coached by Frank Martin. High School: A two-year letterman at Bishop Carroll High School in Wichita, Kan. ... Helped the Golden Eagles to a 13-10 record in 2010-11 and advanced to the Class 5A State Tournament... Selected honorable mention Class 5A and first team All-City by the Wichita Eagle as a senior... Named most valuable player of the Port City Classic, the first mid-season tournament won by the school... Averaged 13 points, six rebounds, three assists and 1.5 steals per game as a senior... Paced the team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals... Shot 54 percent from the field... Collected a double-double (13 points and 17 rebounds) in the 49-32 win over West in the sub-state final to qualify for the state tournament... Earned honorable mention all-state and all-league honors as a junior in 200910... Averaged 12.4 points and 3.6 rebounds per game as a junior... Also lettered as a wide receiver on the football team, where helped the Eagles to an 8-2 record for head coach Alan Schuckman and a runner-up finish in Class 5A in 2010... Named honorable mention all-league as a senior... Coached by Lonnie Lollar. Personal: Brian Patrick Rohleder was born April 8, 1993 in Wichita, Kan. ... Parents are Al and Maureen Rohleder... Has four brothers, Pete, Danny and Kevin... Brother, Kevin, played on the K-State football team from 2007-10... Member of the National Honor Society... Graduated in the top 10 percent of his class... President of K-State’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)... Third men’s basketball player to hold the title of SAAC president, following Clent Stewart and Chris Merriewether... Spent the summer working as an intern with G.E. Johnson and worked on the new West Stadium Center... Major is mechanical engineering.

Proudest moment of my life: Being a Division I student-athlete Favorite moment in a game: Getting a big defensive stop Talent I’d most like to have: Musical ability When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: J.J. Redick Love to trade places for day with: The President Favorite moment in a game: Getting a big defensive stop Best advice I have ever received: Relax and play the game to have fun If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, LeBron James

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D.J. Johnson Forward | 6-9 | 250 | Sophomore-1L St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway North) Biography Summer 2013: Traveled to the Far East with Reach USA from May 14-19... Averaged 8.3 points on 45.8 percent shooting (22-of-48) with 8.5 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game during Reach USA’s six-game tour... Scored in double figures in two games, including a tour-high 13 points in an 84-77 win over Lithuania... Also tallied a tour-best 14 rebounds in the win over Lithuania.

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As A Freshman (2012-13): Saw action in 30 games as a true freshman... Registered double-digit minutes in 11 games, including each of the team’s first nine games... Played a season-high 21 minutes vs. Delaware (11/21/12) at Madison Square Garden... Averaged 2.3 points on 56 percent (28-of-50) with 2.5 rebounds in 9.3 minutes per game... Connected on 54.5 percent (12-of-22) from the free throw line... Scored in 17 games, including a season-high eight points vs. Texas (3/14/13) in the quarterfinals of the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship at Sprint Center... Went 4-of-4 from the field vs. the Longhorns to go with seven rebounds and one steal in 15 minutes... Led the team in rebounding three times, including in each of the team’s first two games... Grabbed a season-high nine rebounds in his first college game vs. North Dakota (11/9/12)... Also added a season-best four blocks vs. UND to go with four points in 16 minutes... Notched five or more rebounds in five games... Saw action in 14 Big 12 games, averaging 0.9 points on 55.6 percent shooting (5-of-9) with 1.3 rebounds in 6.3 minutes per game... Scored in five league games, including four points at Iowa State (1/26/12) in a Big 12high of 20 minutes... Totaled 42 points in scoring in each of the team’s first nine games (average of 4.7 ppg.), including seven points each vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) and No. 4/4 Michigan (11/23/12)... Also talled 47 rebounds in his first nine games (5.2 rpg.), including eight each vs. Lamar (11/12/12) and North Florida (11/18/12)... Averaged 4.7 points on 51.5 percent shooting (17-of-33) with 5.2 rebounds in 15.9 minutes per game during this nine-game span... Coached by Bruce Weber.

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People would be surprised to know: I play the piano Best advice I have ever received: You have to desire to have the ball to be a great rebounder Greatest love: Music If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Shaquille O’Neal My motto is: You get out, what you put in

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High School: A three-year starter and lettermen at Parkway North High School in St. Louis, Mo. ... The Vikings earned their first-ever Class 5, District 5 title in 2011-12 en route to a 21-7 overall record... Finished with a No. 10 final ranking in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch large school classification... Averaged 16.3 points on 64.6 percent shooting (190-of-294) from the field to go with 11.9 rebounds, 5.0 blocks, 1.6 steals and 1.2 assists per game in 28 games... Earned second team All-Class 5 as a senior by a panel of sports writers and sports broadcasters in 2011-12... Named first team All-Suburban South Conference and league co-Defensive Player of the Year as a senior... Selected to the All-Metro second team by St. Louis Post-Dispatch... Led the Vikings in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage and blocks, while he ranked among the area leaders in both blocks (second) and rebounding (fourth)... Collected 18 double-doubles as a senior... Tallied nine è D.J. Johnson saw 20-point games, three 20-rebound games and 14 games of five or more blocked shots... Registered triple-doubles on back-to-back nights, including a 19-point, 15-rebound, 14action in 30 games as a block effort vs. Summit on Jan. 3 and a 14-point, 11-rebound, 10-block performance true freshmen, including vs. Hazelwood West on Jan. 4... His 14 blocks vs. Summit were a seasonan 8-point, 7-rebound high... Scored a season-high 31 points on 15-of-19 field goals vs. effort vs. Texas in the Howell Center to go with 20 rebounds on Feb. 14... Totaled a Big 12 Championship. season-best 25 rebounds vs. Parkway Central on Feb. 22... Had an all-around strong effort in helping Parkway North to its first district title vs. top-seeded De Smet, 57-46, on Feb. 24, collecting 12 points, 12 rebounds, three assists, three steals and two blocks... Averaged 12.4 points on 58.3 percent shooting with 8.3 rebounds, 4.3 blocks, 1.3 steals and 1.0 assists per game as a unior in 2010-11... Ranked first on the team in rebounding and blocks and second in points... Posted three 20-point games, including a season-high 23 points vs. Francis Howell Central on Feb. 15, 2011... Collected 10 or more rebounds 12 times, including a season-best 16 vs. De Smet on Feb. 23, 2011... Had five or more blocks 10 times, including a season-high 11 vs. Fort Zumwalt North on Jan. 25, 2011... Selected all-conference and all-district as a junior... A multi-sport athlete, who excelled for the Vikings on the football field, where he spent time as both a tight end and defensive end... Ranked fourth on the team in tackles in 2011 with 45, including 27 solo stops... Tied for the team with four sacks... Returned a fumble for 18 yards... Named all-conference in football as a senior... Coached by Russell Vincent. Personal: Darrell Jerome Johnson, Jr. was born Oct. 8, 1993 in St. Louis, Mo. ... Parents are Darrell Johnson, Sr. and Danielle Little... Has three older sisters (Denetra, Denisha and Denae) and a younger brother, Johnathan... Selected K-State over a number of other offers, including those from Alabama, Colorado State, Memphis, Minnesota and Virginia Tech... Became the first player to commit Bruce Weber and the first to sign a National Letter of Intent on April 27, 2012... Major is business administration.


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D.J. Johnson vs. Big 12 Gms 2 2 2 1 2 3 2 2 1

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Career Highs Points: 8, vs. Texas (3/14/13) Field Goals: 4, vs. Texas (3/14/13) Field Goal Attempts: 6, vs. Delaware (11/21/12) 3-Point Field Goals: 0 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 0 Free Throws Made: 2, three times [last time: at George Washington (12/8/12) Free Throw Attempts: 3, vs. Lamar (11/12/12) Rebounds: 9, vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) Assists: 1, three times [last time: vs. Iowa State (2/9/13)] Blocked Shots: 4, vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) Steals: 2, vs. Michigan (11/23/12) Minutes Played: 21, vs. Delaware (11/21/12)

Miscellaneous Double-Figure Points: 0 (0-0) Led team in scoring: 0 (0-0) 20 or more points: 0 (0-0) 10 or more rebounds: 0 (0-0) Led team in rebounding: 3 (3-0) Double-doubles: 0 (0-0)

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Rebs. 2 5 2 2 0 10 1 3 1

Rpg. 1.0 2.5 1.0 2.0 0.0 3.3 0.5 1.5 1.0

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Apg. 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0

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Spg. 1.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

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Min 278 278

Avg 9.3 9.3

FG-A 28-50 28-50

Pct .560 .560

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O-D-T 42-33-75 42-33-75

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Pts 68 68

Freshman (2012-13) Opponent North Dakota Lamar Alabama-Huntsville North Florida vs. Delaware vs. Michigan USC Upstate @George Washington vs. Gonzaga Texas Southern Florida Kansas City South Dakota Oklahoma St. @West Virginia @TCU Oklahoma Kansas @Iowa St. Texas @Oklahoma @Texas Tech Iowa St. @Kansas Baylor West Virginia @Texas Texas Tech @Baylor TCU @Oklahoma St. vs. Texas^ vs. Oklahoma St.^ vs. Kansas^ vs. La Salle+

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

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At Georgetown (2012-13): Played one season at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., in 2012-13... A member of a Hoyas team that finished 25-7 overall and share of the BIG EAST title with a 14-4 mark... Also advanced to the NCAA Tournament as a No. 2 seed... Played in four games as a true freshman, registering just five minutes of playing time with no statistics... Coached by John Thompson III. High School: Played his senior season at Quality Education Academy in Winston-Salem, N.C., in 2011-12... Led the Fighting Pharaohs to a 23-6 overall record and 10-1 mark in GCHSAA play... Played alongside freshman teammate Jevon Thomas his senior year... Helped QEA finish 7th overall in North Carolina and ranked No. 281 nationally... Ended senior year by winning six straight games... As a senior, was rated No. 14 center prospect in the country and the No. 81 overall player in the Class of 2012 by Rivals.com... Participated in the Elite Showcase Basketball Classic in 2012... Played Club for Nike Team Florida... Selected for the NBPA Top 100 Camp in summer of 2011... Prior to QEA, played for Sumter High School in Sumter, S.C., for two years before transferring for one season at the Miller School of Albemarle in Charlottesville, Va., in 2009-10... Led the Mavericks to a 17-12 record while averaging 5.2 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game... Coached at QEA by Isaiah F. Pitts.

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Birthday: September 11, 1993 Mother: Lori Ann Bolden Major: Sociology

n More About Brandon Nickname: Brann Friend from another college team: Georgetown’s D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera Favorite TV show(s): Sportscenter, Cartoons Favorite website: www.hotnewhiphop.com Favorite dinner: Steak Favorite NBA Team: New York Knicks Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Jadeveon Clowney/Roderick McDowell My hero: My mom When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Michael Jordan Favorite value in others: Humor and honesty My motto is: No struggle, no progress

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Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Usan Bolt When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Kobe Bryant Best advice I have ever received: Every day in every way get a little bit better Love to trade places for day with: Floyd Mayweather If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant My motto is: Get buckets

High School: Selected as one of 40 high school seniors to the 2013 PARADE All-America Boys Basketball Team, including one of three from the state of Texas... Ranked among the top-50 at his position by a number of outlets, including No. 40 by Rivals.com and No. 45 by ESPN Scouts, Inc. ... Rated as the No. 13 prospect in Texas by TexasHoops.com... A four-year starter and lettermen at Hirschi High School in Wichita Falls, Texas... Helped the Huskies to a 91-41 overall record and 33-5 mark in conference play during his career... Scored 2,388 points in his four-year career... Averaged 18.5 points, 7.1 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game in his career... Averaged a double-double in each of his last two years at Hirschi... Helped the Huskies to 22-8 overall record, including an 8-0 record in league play, and a trip to the Class 3A Region I title game as a senior in 2012-13... Posted a doubledouble (28 points and 12 rebounds) in the title game loss to Abilene to go along with four assists and two steals... Averaged 27.1 points on 58.6 percent shooting (235-of-401), including 39.7 percent (48-of-121) from 3-point range, with 11.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.2 blocks per game as a senior... Connected on 69.9 percent (123-of-176) from the free throw line... Named the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) 3A Player of the Year and Class 3A All-State... Also selected to the Class 3A All-Region I team... Invited to the TABC All-Star Game in San Antonio on May 17, 2013, where he scored 25 points in helping his squad to a victory in the 1A-2A-3A All-Star Game... Scored 17 points to help the North defeat the South, 111-86, at the Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game on July 29 at TCU... Led the team in nearly every statistical category as a senior, including scoring, field goals, field goals attempted, 3-point field goals, free throws, free throws attempted, blocked shots and rebounding... Scored in double figures in all 30 games, including 30 or more points on 12 occasions and 20 or more points 22 times... Registered 22 double-doubles... Totaled a seasonhigh 39 points vs. Bowie (12/15/12) on 16-of-28 field goals, including a season-high six 3-pointers... Grabbed a season-best 18 rebounds (including 16 defensive boards) vs. Faith Christian (2/16/13)... Shot 50 percent or better from the field in 17 games... Went a perfect 13-of-13 from the field vs. Graham (2/5/13), including 6-of-6 from 3-point range... Twice had a season-high of five steals... Four times had a season-best of four blocks... Dished out a season-high six assists vs. Bowie (12/15/12)... Helped the Huskies to a 24-7 overall record as a junior in 2011-12 and a tie for first in the Region I and District 6... Named to the TABC All-State team and was the most valuable player of Region I and District 6... Averaged a team-high 24.2 points on 56 percent shooting (235-of419) from the field, including 40.3 percent (62-of-154) from 3point range, to go with 10.0 rebounds, 4.4 assists, 2.6 steals and 1.2 blocks in 27 games in 2011-12... Connected on 72.6 percent (122-of-168) from the free throw line... Scored in double figures in every game played as a junior... Led the squad in nearly every category, including points, field goals, 3-point field goals, free throws, rebounds, assists and steals... Collected 13 double-doubles in 2011-12... Tallied 20 games of at least 20 points and seven games of at least 30 points... Scored a season-high 40 points vs. Northeast (11/29/11)... Registered a triple-double against Vernon (2/7/12) with 16 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists... Averaged 16.2 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.5 steals as a sophomore in 2010-11... Recorded double-figure scoring in 46 of 70 games played as a freshman and sophomore... Was also a two-year regional qualifier in the high jump... Coached at Hirschi by Donald Hedge.

è Marcus Foster, a PARADE All-American, scored 2,388 points in his four-year prep career and averaged a doubledouble in each of his last two seasons.

Personal: Marcus Franklee Foster was born June 3, 1995 in Wichita Falls, Texas... Parents are Melvin and Alvita Doster... Has two older sister (Jennifer and Genedra)... Was an honor graduate at Hirschi and a member of the National Honor Society... Selected K-State over a number of other offers, including California, Creighton, Lehigh, Oklahoma and SMU... Prominent member of the Dallas Mustangs AAU program led by Tony Johnson... Major is nutrition and kinesiology.

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Wesley Iwundu Guard/Forward | 6-7 | 195 | Freshman-HS Houston, Texas (Westfield)

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Biography High School: Named one of the Top 10 seniors outside the Rivals150... Checked in at No. 27 on the TexasHoops.com’s Top 100 players in the state of Texas... A three-year starter and lettermen at Westfield High School in Houston, Texas... Led the Mustangs to a 57-18 overall record in his last two seasons, including a 27-3 mark in Class 5A Region II District 13 play... Helped Westfield to a 31-7 overall record, including a 16-0 mark in district play, a trip to the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Class 5A Region II semifinals, where they lost to Berkner, 64-56, in overtime, in 2012-13... Team reeled off 14 consecutive wins before the loss to Berkner... Finished the year ranked No. 9 in the state of Texas and No. 37 nationally... Averaged 18 points, 13 rebounds and 5 assists per game as a senior... Helped the Mustangs to score 2,397 points in 2012-13, leading all conference opponents and ranking in the Top 15 in Division 5A... Named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) Class 5A All-State team as well as to the Class 5A All-Region II squad... Selected most valuable player of District 13-5A and to the all-district first team... Invited to the TABC All-Star Game in San Antonio on May 17, 2013, where he scored 20 points in a loss in the 4A-5APrivate School All-Star Game... Helped the Mustangs to a 26-11 overall record and 11-3 mark in league play in 2011-12... Averaged 14 points and 8 rebounds as a junior... Named to all-district and all-region squads... Went a perfect 7-of-7 from the field against Katy Taylor (11/18/11) with a team-high 16 points... Notably scored a game-high 18 points on 7-of-8 shooting as a sophomore in a tightly-contested win against conference foe Klein Oak, 47-44... Coached at Westfield by Van Price

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Full Name: Wesley DeShawn Iwundu Birthplace: Houston, Texas Birthday: December 20, 1994 Parents: Larry and Marilyn Williams Major: Business Administration

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Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Floyd Mayweather In my IPod: Lil Wayne, Drake, Rich Homie Quan People would be surprised to know: I’m the tallest in my family Talent I’d like to have: The ability to speak different languages When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Tracy McGrady Love to trade places for day with: LeBron James Best advice I have ever received: Go hard no matter what If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal

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Nigel Johnson Guard | 6-1 | 180 | Freshman-HS Ashburn, Va. (Riverdale [Md.] Baptist)

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More About Nigel Future Plans: Doctor or lawyer Friend from another college team: Ole Miss’ Jerron Martin Favorite NBA Team: L.A. Lakers

High School: Played one season at Riverdale Baptist School in Upper Marlboro, Md. ... Helped the Crusaders to a 26-10 overall record, including an 8-2 mark in league play, en route to the inaugural Capital Beltway League (CBL) title as a senior in 2012-13... Averaged 17.9 points and 2.3 rebounds per game as a senior to go with 71 3-pointers... Named First Team All-Met by the Washington Post... Also selected as the area Player of the Year and first team all-area by the Prince George Gazette and Maryland Community News... Collected 12 games of 20 or more points, including four 30-point games... Scored a season-high 39 points vs. National Christian (1/15/13), which included an 18-of20 effort from the free throw line... Selected as most valuable player of the Capital Beltway League Tournament after scoring a team-high 33 points in a 95-89 win over Princeton Day... Went 13of-15 from the free throw line in the victory... Connected on 81.8 percent (108-of-132) from the charity stripe... Transferred to Riverdale Baptist after playing at for head coach John Costello at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Va., where he helped the school to the Northwest Region playoffs in their inaugural season in Virginia’s AAA classification... Averaged an area-best 29.5 points, 8.4 assists, 4.4 rebounds and 4.0 steals as a junior in 2011-12... Scored 30 or more points on 11 occasions, including a career-best 55 points in a 109-104 overtime loss at Osbourn (2/25/12)... Went 20-of-22 from the free throw line in the contest to go with five 3-pointers... Scored a team-leading 31 points to go with nine assists and four rebounds in the Spartans’ Regional Play-in game, a 65-63 victory over Battlefield... Led all D.C., Maryland and Virginia scorers as a junior, while he set a Virginia single-season AAA record with 211 assists.. Named Second Team AllMet by the Washington Post and was the league’s Player of the Year in 201112... Led the Spartans to a 19-5 overall record and a 13-3 mark in AA Dulles play as a sophomore in 2010-11... Helped the team score a region-high 1,245 points in region competition to go along with an 11-game win streak during theseason... Averaged 27.4 points, 7.1 assists, 3.9 steals and 3.4 rebounds per game as a sophomore... Scored 20 or more points in all but four games during the 24-game season... Posted five games of 30 or more points... Scored a season-high 39 points in an 89-78 win over Stone Bridge (12/28/10)... Coached at Riverdale Baptist by Louis Wilson. Personal: Nigel Armoni Johnson was born Jan. 20, 1995 in Fairfax, Va. ... Parents are Sidney and Catrice Johnson... Has three siblings (C.J., Erik and Xavier)... Father, Sidney, played four seasons in the NFL as a defensive back, including stints with Kansas City (1988) and Washington (1990-92)... Played four years at California... Selected K-State over a number of other offers, including Seton Hall, American, Bucknell, Lehigh, Holy Cross, UNC Greensboro, Northeastern, FIU and William & Mary... Hails from the same AAU program D.C. Assault - as former Wildcats Michael Beasley, Rodney McGruder, Jamar Samuels and Dominique Sutton... Selected to play in the 40th Capital Classic on April 28, 2013 - the longest running high school allstar game in the country - against a squad of U.S. All-Stars... Played alongside Baylor signee Ishmail Wainright on the All-Star squad... Major is business administration.

Favorite city to visit: Las Vegas Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Robert Griffin III/Adrian Peterson Proudest moment of my life: Signing at a Division I school When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Kobe Bryant Favorite moment in a game: Game-winner Love to trade places for day with: Floyd Mayweather

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seletion by the Washington Post as a senior at Riverdale Baptist, once scored 55 points in a game as a junior. His father, Sidney, played four years in the NFL as a defensive back.

Greatest influence on my life: My dad If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson

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Jack Karapetyan Forward | 6-7 | 220 | Freshman-HS Los Angeles, Calif. (Cathedral)

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n The Karapetyan File Full Name: Hagop “Jack” Karapetyan Birthplace: Los Angeles, Calif. Birthday: February 26, 1994 Parents: John Karapetyan and Mary Shammosian

High School: Played one season at Cathedral Prep in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Helped the Phantoms to a 15-8 overall record and 8-2 mark in Camino Real League in 2012-13... Advanced to the Elite Eight in California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) play before falling to eventual CIF champion St. John Bosco... Selected to play in the 2013 BallisLife All-American game, which featured some of the top high school seniors on the West Coast, in Long Beach, Calif., in May 2013... Played on the White team with fellow Big 12 signee Stephen Clark of Oklahoma State... Played four years at TCA Arshag Dickranian School, a small private Armenian school in Hollywood, Calif., for head coach Rudolph Rameh prior to his time at Cathedral... The school joined the CIFduring his sophomore year in 2009-10... Helped the Lions to a third-place finish in the 2010 CIF Division 6A Tournament... Named First Team All-CIF Division 6A as both a junior and senior... Helped the Lions to a 17-4 record and the 2011 CIF-Southern Section Divison 6A title game as a junior... Posted 20 points, 15 rebounds and five blocked shots in the 2011 CIF-Southern Section Division 6A title game... Earned most valuable player honors in helping the school to the CIF Mulholland League title and a second consecutive trip to the Division 6A Tournament in 2010-11... Also named MVP in leading the Lions to first-place finishes in both the 2010 and 2011 Eastside Christian’s Eagles Classic Basketball Tournament... Averaged 32 points and 18 rebounds in both tournaments... Coached at Cathedral Prep by William Middlebrooks. Personal: Hagop “Jack” Karapetyan was born Feb. 26, 1994 in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Parents are John Karapetyan and Mary Shammosian... Has a younger sibling (Christim)... Also recruited by several other schools, including Gonzaga and Arizona State... Played AAU for Compton Magic... Major is business adminstration.

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Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Peyton Manning In my IPod: Meek Mill, Kendrick Lamar, Dom Kennedy First job: Dad’s auto body shop When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Kobe Bryant Proudest moment of my life: College basketball scholarship Love to trade places for day with: Kevin Durant Greatest love: God and family If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, LeBron James

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Jevon Thomas Guard | 6-0 | 180 | Freshman-HS Queens, N.Y. (St. John’s [Wis.] Northwest Military Academy)

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High School: Rated as No. 22 and No. 26 point guard in nation by Scout.com and Rivals.com, respectively... Played one season at St. John’s Northwest Military Academy in Delafield, Wis. ... Averaged 15 points and seven assists in his lone season at St. John’s Northwest... Named most outstanding player of the 2013 National Prep School Invitational in Providence, R.I., from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3 after averaging 17 points and eight assists per game... Posted 17 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in the team’s firstround upset of St. Thomas More (Conn.)... Also tallied eight points and eight assists in a win over Notre Dame (Mass.) Prep... Scored a tournament-high 26 points in a loss to Worcester (Mass.) Academy... Performed well at the Best Western Plus Caisson Shootout in Waynesboro, Va., posting 38 points, 13 rebounds and five assists against power Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy... Also played at for head coach Isaiah F. Pitts at Quality Education Academy in Winston-Salem, N.C., where he played alongside future teammate Brandon Bolden... Helped the Fighting Pharoahs to a 23-6 overall record and a 10-1 league mark... Team had a perfect 12-0 mark at home and a nine-game winning streak in 2011-12... Also led the school to a No. 7 rank in the state of North Carolina and among the Top 300 in the nation... Ended the season with a 79-68 win vs. Body of Christ Academy in the GCHSAA Tournament... Averaged 16 points and 12 assists... Played as Our Savior New American High School in Centereach, N.Y. ... Coached at St. John’s Northwest by Brian Richert. Personal: Jevon Travis Thomas was born Feb. 2, 1994 in New York... Mother is Jackie Ramsay... Has two sisters, Felicia Ramsey and Datalia Holness... Major is undecided.

Future Plans: Business hospitality Favorite NBA Team: L.A. Clippers In my IPod: Vybz Kartel, Gucci Mane Favorite athlete to watch in another sport: Michael Vick/Floyd Mayweather My biggest thrill in my life to date is: Signing to play college basketball When I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Allen Iverson What’s on the walls of my apartment/dorm: Posters of Muhammed Ali/Lionel Messi Love to trade places for day with: Chris Paul Greatest love: Basketball Best advice I have ever received: Don’t worry about anyone feelings, it’s a game If I were selecting a basketball “Dream Team,” the first three players I would pick: Isaiah Thomas, LeBron James, Chris Paul

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K-State in Preseason and Holiday Tournaments Event Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series Big 12-SEC Challenge BMA Holiday Classic Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival BYU Classic Capital City Classic Commissioner’s Classic Coors Classic Diamond Head Classic Earth Grains Basketball Classic Far West Classic Fiesta Bowl Classic Great Alaska Shootout Hawai’i-Nike Festival Jimmy V Classic Kansas Tournament Kansas City Tournament Kansas City Holiday Tournament K-State Hy-Vee Wildcat Classic Kentucky Invitational Las Vegas Holiday Classic Las Vegas Invitational Maui Invitational Michigan State Tournament Music City Invitational N.C. State Tournament Paradise Jam NIT Season Tip-Off Puerto Rico Tipoff Old Spice Classic Orange Bowl Classic O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic Otis Spunkmeyer Classic State Farm Battle in Seattle Sun Bowl Classic Sun Carnival Classic Sun Met Classic Tribune Charities UNLV/Budweiser Holiday Classic Vanderbilt Invitational Washington Tournament Wichita Wildcat Classic Wyoming Shootout

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American Athletic Conference UCF 2 0 Cincinnati 1 6 Connecticut 0 0 Houston 5 3 Louisville 1 4 Memphis 1 2 Rutgers 1 1 South Florida 0 0 SMU 6 2 Temple 1 2 Conference Total 18 20 [Home: 8-3; Away: 5-6; Neutral: 5-11] Atlantic Coast [ACC] Boston College 1 1 Clemson 1 1 Duke 0 1 Florida State 2 0 Georgia Tech 0 0 Maryland 0 1 Miami (Fla.) 0 0 North Carolina 1 4 N.C. State 2 2 Notre Dame 1 4 Pittsburgh 0 0 Syracuse 1 2 Virginia 0 0 Virginia Tech 0 0 Wake Forest 0 0 Conference Total 9 16 [Home: 3-2; Away: 0-4; Neutral: 6-10] Atlantic Sun East Tennessee State 0 0 Florida Gulf Coast 0 0 Jacksonville 0 0 Kennesaw State 1 0 Lipscomb 2 0 Mercer 1 0 North Florida 3 0 Northern Kentucky 0 0 South Carolina Upstate 1 0 Stetson 0 0 Conference Total 8 0 [Home: 8-0; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 0-0] Atlantic 10 Dayton 1 0 Duquesne 0 0 Fordham 0 0 George Mason 0 1 George Washington 2 1 La Salle 3 1 Massachusetts 0 0 Rhode Island 0 0 Richmond 0 0 St. Bonaventure 0 0 Saint Joseph's (Pa.) 2 1 Saint Louis 8 9 VCU 1 0 Conference Total 13 11 [Home: 7-3; Away: 4-7; Neutral: 2-1] Big East Butler 0 1 Creighton 7 8 DePaul 3 3 Georgetown 0 0 Marquette 7 3 Providence 1 0 St. John's 1 1 Seton Hall 0 1 Villanova 0 1 Xavier 4 4 Conference Total 23 22 [Home: 11-2; Away: 5-14; Neutral: 7-6] Big Sky Eastern Washington Idaho State Montana Montana State North Dakota Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Portland State

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Sacramento State 1 0 Southern Utah 3 0 Weber State 0 0 Conference Total 15 4 [Home: 13-2; Away: 2-2; Neutral: 0-0] Big South North Campbell (N.C.) High Point (N.C.) Liberty (Va.) Longwood (Va.) Radford (Va.) VMI North Total

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South Charleston Southern 1 0 Coastal Carolina 1 0 Gardner-Webb (N.C.) 3 0 UNC Asheville 1 0 Presbyterian (S.C.) 1 0 Winthrop (S.C.) 0 0 South Total 7 0 Conference Total 8 1 [Home: 8-1; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 0-0] Big Ten Illinois 2 8 Indiana 12 19 Iowa 4 4 Michigan 1 3 Michigan State 2 5 Minnesota 7 8 Nebraska 126 93 Northwestern 1 2 Ohio State 2 0 Penn State 1 1 Purdue 6 2 Wisconsin 2 4 Conference Total 166 149 [Home: 89-51; Away: 51-84; Neutral: 26-14] Big 12 Baylor 16 12 Iowa State 135 80 Kansas 91 186 Oklahoma 93 104 Oklahoma State 74 49 Texas 16 10 TCU 5 2 Texas Tech 18 12 West Virginia 3 1 Conference Total 451 456 [Home: 247-163; Away: 156-237; Neutral: 48-56] Big West UC Davis 1 0 UC Irvine 0 0 UC Riverside 0 0 UC Santa Barbara 1 1 Cal Poly 0 0 Cal State Fullerton 3 0 Cal State Northridge 2 0 Hawaii 2 0 Long Beach State 4 2 Conference Total 13 3 [Home: 8-2; Away: 3-1; Neutral: 2-0] Colonial [CAA] College of Charleston 0 0 Delaware 1 0 Drexel (Pa.) 0 0 Hofstra (N.Y.) 1 0 James Madison 1 0 UNC Wilmington 0 0 Northeastern (Mass.) 0 0 Towson (Md.) 0 0 William & Mary (Va.) 1 0 Conference Total 4 0 [Home: 3-0; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 1-0] Conference USA UAB Charlotte East Carolina Florida Atlantic FIU Louisiana Tech Marshall Middle Tennessee State North Texas Old Dominion Rice Southern Miss UTEP UTSA Tulane Tulsa Conference Total

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[Home: 16-4; Away: 3-7; Neutral: 5-3] Horizon League Cleveland State 3 0 Detroit 0 0 Green Bay 1 1 Illinois-Chicago 0 0 Milwaukee 0 0 Oakland 2 0 Valparaiso 0 0 Wright State 0 0 Youngstown State 0 0 Conference Total 6 1 [Home: 5-0; Away: 1-1; Neutral: 0-0] Independent NJIT 0 0 Conference Total 0 0 [Home: 0-0; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 0-0] Ivy Brown 0 0 Columbia 0 0 Cornell 0 0 Dartmouth 0 0 Harvard 0 0 Pennsylvania 1 0 Princeton 0 0 Yale 1 0 Conference Total 2 0 [Home: 1-0; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 1-0] Metro Atlantic Canisius (N.Y.) 1 1 Fairfield (Conn.) 0 0 Iona (N.Y.) 0 0 Manhattan (N.Y.) 0 0 Marist (N.Y.) 0 0 Monmouth (N.J.) 1 0 Niagara (N.Y.) 0 0 Quinnipiac (Conn.) 0 0 Rider (N.J.) 1 0 Saint Peter's (N.J.) 0 0 Siena (N.Y.) 0 1 Total 3 2 [Home: 1-0; Away: 1-1; Neutral: 1-1] Mid-American East Akron (Ohio) Bowling Green (Ohio) Buffalo (N.Y.) Kent State (Ohio) Miami (Ohio) Ohio East Total

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West Ball State (Ind.) 0 0 Central Michigan 0 0 Eastern Michigan 0 0 Northern Illinois 8 1 Toledo (Ohio) 0 1 Western Michigan 0 0 Total 8 2 Conference Total 12 2 [Home: 9-0; Away: 1-1; Neutral: 2-1] Mid-Eastern Athletic [MEAC] Bethune-Cookman (Fla.) 3 0 Coppin State (Md.) 6 0 Delaware State 1 0 Florida A&M 3 0 Hampton (Va.) 1 0 Howard (D.C.) 2 0 UMES 2 0 Morgan State (Md.) 3 0 Norfolk State (Va.) 0 0 North Carolina A&T 0 0 North Carolina Central 1 0 Savannah State 3 0 South Carolina State 0 0 Conference Total 25 0 [Home: 25-0; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 0-0] Missouri Valley Bradley 2 2 Drake 20 6 Evansville 1 1 Illinois State 2 0 Indiana State 1 0 Loyola Chicago 5 4 Missouri State 0 2 Northern Iowa 6 1 Southern Illinois 7 0 Wichita State 20 11 Conference Total 64 27 [Home: 41-5; Away: 19-21; Neutral: 4-1]

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Mountain West Air Force 1 0 Boise State 0 0 Colorado State 7 5 Fresno State 3 1 Nevada 1 1 UNLV 2 4 New Mexico 4 2 San Diego State 2 2 San Jose State 0 0 Utah State 5 0 Wyoming 8 3 Conference Total 33 18 [Home: 21-2; Away: 7-13; Neutral: 5-3]

Southern Appalachian State 0 0 Chattanooga 0 0 Citadel 0 0 Davidson (N.C.) 1 0 Elon (N.C.) 0 0 Furman 0 0 Georgia Southern 1 0 UNC Greensboro 0 0 Samford (Ala.) 0 0 Western Carolina 1 1 Wofford (S.C.) 0 0 Conference Total 3 1 [Home: 2-1; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 1-0]

Northeast [NEC] Bryant (R.I.) 0 0 Central Connecticut State 1 0 Fairleigh Dickinson (N.J.) 1 0 LIU Brooklyn 3 3 Mount St. Mary's (Md.) 0 0 Robert Morris (Pa.) 0 0 Sacred Heart (Conn.) 0 0 Saint Francis (N.Y.) 0 0 Saint Francis (Pa.) 1 0 Wagner (N.Y.) 2 0 Conference Total 8 3 [Home: 6-0; Away: 2-3; Neutral: 0-0]

Southland Abilene Christian 2 0 Central Arkansas 0 0 Houston Baptist 0 0 Incarnate Word 0 0 Lamar (Texas) 2 1 McNeese State (La.) 0 0 New Orleans 1 0 Nicholls State (La.) 0 0 Northwestern State (La.) 1 0 Oral Roberts 2 2 Sam Houston State 0 0 SE Louisiana 0 0 Stephen F. Austin 1 0 A&M-Corpus Christi 1 0 Conference Total 10 3 [Home: 10-0; Away: 0-3; Neutral: 0-0]

Ohio Valley [OVC] East Belmont Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Morehead State Tennessee State Tennessee Tech East Total

1 1 0 0 3 2 7

0 1 0 0 0 0 1

West Austin Peay 1 0 Eastern Illinois 2 0 Murray State 1 0 SE Missouri State 1 0 SIU-Edwardsville 3 0 UT-Martin 0 0 West Total 8 0 Conference Total 15 1 [Home: 11-0; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 4-1] Pacific-12 Arizona 8 5 Arizona State 4 4 California 6 1 Colorado 96 47 Oregon 2 2 Oregon State 2 3 Stanford 1 0 UCLA 0 4 USC 4 1 Utah 2 1 Washington 9 6 Washington State 4 2 Conference Total 138 76 [Home: 74-14; Away: 45-53; Neutral: 19-9] Patriot League American (D.C.) 0 0 Army 0 1 Boston 1 0 Bucknell (Pa.) 0 0 Colgate (N.Y.) 0 0 Holy Cross (Mass.) 1 1 Lafayette (Pa.) 1 0 Lehigh (Pa.) 0 0 Loyola Maryland 1 0 Navy 0 0 Conference Total 4 2 [Home: 1-0; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 3-2] Southeastern [SEC] Alabama 2 1 Arkansas 8 3 Auburn 1 0 Florida 1 1 Georgia 1 0 Kentucky 0 8 LSU 0 0 Mississippi 0 3 Mississippi State 3 0 Missouri 119 116 South Carolina 0 1 Tennessee 0 0 Texas A&M 17 7 Vanderbilt 5 4 Conference Total 157 144 [Home: 82-48; Away: 47-80; Neutral: 28-16]

Southwestern Athletic [SWAC] Alabama A&M 0 0 Alabama State 1 0 Alcorn State (Miss.) 1 0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 4 0 Grambling (La.) 0 0 Jackson State (Miss.) 0 0 Mississippi Valley State 0 0 Prairie View (Texas) 0 0 Southern (La.) 0 0 Texas Southern 2 0 Conference Total 8 0 [Home: 8-0; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 0-0] Summit League Denver 4 0 IPFW 0 0 IUPUI 1 0 Nebraska-Omaha 0 0 North Dakota State 4 0 South Dakota 8 0 South Dakota State 3 0 Western Illinois 3 0 Conference Total 19 0 [Home: 18-0; Away: 1-0; Neutral: 0-0] Sun Belt UALR 1 0 Arkansas State 1 0 Georgia State 2 0 Louisiana 1 0 Louisiana-Monroe 0 0 South Alabama 0 0 Texas-Arlington 2 0 Texas State 2 0 Troy 1 0 Western Kentucky 3 0 Conference Total 13 0 [Home: 8-0; Away: 2-0; Neutral: 3-0] West Coast BYU 4 3 Gonzaga 2 1 Loyola Marymount 0 0 Pacific 2 0 Pepperdine 0 0 Portland 0 0 Saint Mary’s 1 0 San Diego 0 0 San Francisco 4 2 Santa Clara 0 1 Conference Total 13 7 [Home: 4-0; Away: 2-5; Neutral: 7-2] Western Athletic Cal State Bakersfield 1 0 Chicago State 2 0 Grand Canyon 1 0 Idaho 0 0 Kansas City [UMKC] 16 1 New Mexico State 0 1 Seattle 0 1 Texas-Pan American 3 0 Utah Valley 0 0 Conference Total 23 3 [Home: 16-0; Away: 6-1; Neutral: 1-2]

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America East Albany (N.Y.) 0 0 Binghamton (N.Y.) 0 0 Hartford (Conn.) 0 0 Maine 0 0 Maryland-Baltimore County 0 0 Massachusetts-Lowell 0 0 New Hampshire 0 0 Stony Brook (N.Y.) 0 0 Vermont 1 0 Conference Total 1 0 [Home: 1-0; Away: 0-0; Neutral: 0-0]

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27 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 4 FINAL FOURS 11 ELITE EIGHTS 16 SWEET 16s 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

GORILLAS

BEARS

P R O F I L E S GOLDEN EAGLES

49ERS

Pittsburg State No. Colorado

Oral Roberts

Long Beach State

@PittStGorillas | #Gorillas

@UNC_Bears | #GoBears

@ORUAthletics | #ORUMBB

@LBSUHoops | #GoBeach

Friday, November 1 n Manhattan general information

Sunday, November 4 n Manhattan general information

Wednesday, November 13 n Manhattan general information

Sunday, November 17 n Manhattan general information

Location: Pittsburg, Kan. Enrollment: 7,277 Colors: Crimson & Gold Founded: 1903 Nickname: Gorillas Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: MIAA President: Dr. Steven A. Scott Athletics Director: Jim Johnson Arena: John Lance Arena (6,500) Website: www.pittstategorillas.com

Location: Greeley, Colo. Enrollment: 12,258 Colors: Blue & Gold Founded: 1889 Nickname: Bears Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. Kay Norton Athletics Director: TBD Arena: Butler-Hancock Sports Pavilion (2,977) Website: www.UNCBears.com

Location: Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment: 3,259 Colors: Vegas Gold, Navy Blue & White Founded: 1963 Nickname: Golden Eagles Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland President: Dr. William Wilson Athletics Director: Mike Carter Arena: Mabee Center (10,575) Website: www.ORUgoldeneagles.com

Location: Long Beach, Calif. Enrollment: 36,288 Colors: Black & Gold Founded: 1949 Nickname: 49ers Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big West Interim President: Dr. Donald J. Para Athletics Director: Vic Cegles Arena: Walter Pyramid (4,200) Website: www.LongBeachState.com

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Head Coach: Kevin Muff Alma Mater: Kansas State ‘86 Career Record (Years): 48-37 (3) Record at School (Years): 48-37 (3) Assistants: Ryan Stock and Preston Ingram Operations: n/a 2012-13 Record: 18-10 Conference Record/Finish: 10-8/8th Postseason: n/a Lettermen R/L: 4/9 Starters R/L: 1/4 Newcomers: 9

Head Coach: B.J. Hill Alma Mater: Grand View ‘96 Career Record (Years): 43-48 (3) Record at School (Years): 43-48 (3) Assistants: Will Hensley, Joel Davidson, Austin Hansen Operations: Eric Murphy 2012-13 Record: 13-18 Conference Record/Finish: 10-10/5th Postseason: n/a Lettermen R/L: 8/6 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 8

Head Coach: Scott Sutton Alma Mater: Oklahoma State ‘95 Career Record (Years): 270-177 (14) Record at School (Years): 270-177 (14) Assistants: Kyan Brown, Sean Sutton, Wade Mason Operations: Steve Upshaw 2012-13 Record: 20-15 Conference Record/Finish: 13-5/3rd Postseason: CIT Lettermen R/L: 5/4 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 8

Head Coach: Dan Monson Alma Mater: Idaho ‘85 Career Record (Years): 274-214 (15) Record at School (Years): 104-91 (6) Assistants: Vic Couch, Eric Brown, Rod Palmer Operations: Ryan Hellenthal 2012-13 Record: 19-14 Conference Record/Finish: 14-4/1st Postseason: NIT First Round Lettermen R/L: 5/7 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 8

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Kevin Muff

SID Contact: Dan Wilkes Office Phone: 620.235.4147 Cell Phone: n/a E-mail: dwilkes@pittstate.edu

Head Coach

SID Contact: Collin Boyles Office Phone: 970.351.1065 Cell Phone: 701.771.1108 E-mail: collin.boyles@unco.edu

B.J. Hill Head Coach

SID Contact: Blake Freeland Office Phone: 918.495.7181 Cell Phone: 918.892.1975 E-mail: bfreeland@oru.edu

Scott Sutton Head Coach

SID Contact: Roger Kirk Office Phone: 562.985.7565 Cell Phone: 562.505.0975 E-mail: roger.kirk@csulb.edu

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Series Record: K-State leads 2-0 (exhibition) Last Meeting: W, 89-53 (11/8/2009) Current Streak: K-State, 2 Weber vs. PSU: 0-0 Weber vs. Muff: 0-0

Series Record: Tied 2-2 Last Meeting: W, 44-42 (12/11/1937) Current Streak: K-State, 1 Weber vs. UNC: 1-0 Weber vs. Hill: 1-0

Series Record: Tied 2-2 Last Meeting: L, 71-86 (1/3/1985) Current Streak: ORU, 1 Weber vs. ORU: 0-0 Weber vs. Sutton: 0-0

Series Record: K-State leads 4-2 Last Meeting: W, 77-60 (12/25/2011) Current Streak: K-State, 1 Weber vs. LBSU: 1-1 Weber vs. Monson: 5-0

Jake Bullard Sophomore Guard

Puerto Rico Tip-Off November 21, 22 & 24 Coliseo Roberto Clemente San Juan, P.R. Charlotte Game 1 Thursday November 21 9:30 am CT

Tate Unruh Senior Guard

Game 5 Friday November 22 11 am

Northeastern

Game 6 Friday November 22 1:30 pm or

Game 2 Thursday November 21 11:30 am CT

Georgetown Game 9: Sunday, November 24 at 10:30 am CT Game 10: Sunday, November 24 at 1 pm CT Game 11: Sunday, November 24 at 3:30 pm CT Game 12: Sunday, November 24 at 5:30 pm CT

media/credential information Media Contact: Tim Simmons Office Phone: (720) 244.6580 | E-mail: bfishinc@aol.com

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Mike Caffey Junior Guard

49ERS

HOYAS

Charlotte

Georgetown

Florida State

@Charlotte49ers | #GoNiners

@GeorgetownHoyas | #GoHoyas

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First Round Opponent general information

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Location: Charlotte, N.C. Enrollment: 26,232 Colors: Green & White Founded: 1946 Nickname: 49ers Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Philip Dubois Athletics Director: Judy Rose Arena: Halton Arena (9,105) Website: www.Charlotte49ers.com

Head Coach: John Thompson III Alma Mater: Princeton ‘88 Career Record (Years): 277-131 (13) Record at School (Years): 209-89 (9) Assistants: Kevin Broadus, Tavaras Hardy, Kevin Sutton 2012-13 Record: 25-7 [14-4/t-1st - BIG EAST] Postseason: NCAA Second Round Lettermen R/L: 13/2 [starters R/L: 4/1] SID Contact: Mike “Mex” Carey [mbc32@georgetown.edu] Cell Phone: 917.576.7445 Website: www.guhoyas.com Series Record: First meeting Weber vs. Georgetown: 2-0 Weber vs. Thompson: 2-0

Head Coach: Leonard Hamilton (UTM ‘71) Career Record (Years): 397-353 (25) Record at School (Years): 197-143 (11) Assistants: Stan Jones, Dennis Gates, Charlton Young 2012-13 Record: 18-16 [9-9/6th - ACC] Postseason: NIT First Round Lettermen R/L: 9/5 Starters R/L: 4/1 SID Contact: Chuck Walsh [cwalsh@fsu.edu] Cell Phone: 850.694.2540 Website: www.seminoles.com

team information Kansas State

Shawn Glover

Dan Monson

Head Coach: Alan Major Alma Mater: Purdue ‘92 Career Record (Years): 44-49 (3) Record at School (Years): 44-49 (3) Assistants: Ryan Odum, Desmond Oliver, Orlando Vandross Operations: Mark Bialkoski 2012-13 Record: 21-12 Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/t-8th Postseason: NIT First Round Lettermen R/L: 8/8 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 6

sports information SID Contact: Brent Stastny Office Phone: 704.687.1021 Cell Phone: 980.253.4046 E-mail: bmstastn@uncc.edu

Alan Major Head Coach

series information Series Record: First meeting Last Meeting: n/a Current Streak: n/a Weber vs. Charlotte: 1-1 Weber vs. Major: 0-0

Pierria Henry Junior Guard

HUSKIES

Northeastern @GoNUathletics | #GoNU Possible Opponent general information Head Coach: Bill Coen Alma Mater: Hamilton ‘83 Career Record (Years): 111-112 (7) Record at School (Years): 111-112 (7) Assistants: David McLaughlin, Antonio Reynolds-Dean, Steve Scalzi 2012-13 Record: 20-13 [14-4/1st - Colonial] Postseason: NIT First Round Lettermen R/L: 8/2 [starters R/L: 3/2] SID Contact: Matt McDonald [ma.mcdonald@neu.edu] Cell Phone: 617.373.2691 Website: www.gonu.com Series Record: First meeting Weber vs. NU: 1-0 Weber vs. Coen: 1-0

OTHER PARTICIPANTS

Michigan general information Head Coach: John Beilein (Wheeling Jesuit ‘75) Career Record (Years): 673-403 (35) Record at School (Years): 128-85 (6) Assistants: Jeff Myer, Bacari Alexander, LaVall Jordan 2012-13 Record: 31-8 [12-6/t-3rd - Big 12] Postseason: NCAA Runner-up Lettermen R/L: 8/7 Starters R/L: 3/2 SID Contact: Tom Wywrot [twywrot@umich.edu] Cell Phone: 734.320.1148 Website: www.mgoblue.com

VCU general information Head Coach: Shake Smart (Kenyon ‘99) Career Record (Years): 111-37 (4) Record at School (Years): 111-37 (4) Assistants: Mike Rhoades, Jeremy Ballard, Mike Morrell 2012-13 Record: 27-9 [12-4/2nd - CAA] Postseason: NCAA Third Round Lettermen R/L: 6/6 Starters R/L: 3/2 SID Contact: Scott Day [sdday@vcu.edu] Cell Phone: 804.263.6769 Website: www.vcuathletics.com


O P P O N E NHEADLINE T P R O F I L E S n Season Openers

BEARS

REBELS

COYOTES

C. Arkansas

Ole Miss

South Dakota

@UCAMBB | #GoBears

@OleMissMBB | #Rebels

@SDCoyotesSID | #GoYotes

Sunday, December 1 n Manhattan general information

Thursday, December 5 n Manhattan general information

Tuesday, December 10 n Manhattan general information

Location: Conway, Ark. Enrollment: 11,573 Colors: Purple & Gray Founded: 1907 Nickname: Bears Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland President: Dr. Tom Courtway Athletics Director: Dr. Brad Teague Arena: Farris Center (5,000) Website: www.ucasports.com

Location: Oxford, Miss. Enrollment: 21,535 Colors: Cardinal Red & Navy Blue Founded: 1848 Nickname: Rebels Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southeastern Chancellor: Dr. Daniel W. Jones Athletics Director: Ross Bjork Arena: C.M. Smith Coliseum (8,867) Website: www.OleMissSports.com

Location: Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment: 10,235 Colors: Red & White Founded: 1862 Nickname: Coyotes Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League Interim President: Dr. James W. Abbott Athletics Director: David Herbster Arena: DakotaDome (10,000) Website: www.goyotes.com

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Interim Head Coach: Clarence Finley Alma Mater: Arkansas-Pine Bluff ‘78 Career Record (Years): 0-0 (1) Record at School (Years): 0-0 (1) Assistants: James Johnson, Keith Richardson, Jr., Chris Sartorius Operations: Joey Moon 2012-13 Record: 13-17 Conference Record/Finish: 7-11/8th Postseason: n/a Lettermen R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 10

Head Coach: Andy Kennedy Alma Mater: UAB ‘91 Career Record (Years): 173-100 (8) Record at School (Years): 152-87 (7) Assistants: Sergio Rouco, Al Pinkins, Bill Armstrong Operations: Dayton Miller 2012-13 Record: 27-9 Conference Record/Finish: 12-6/t-2nd Postseason: NCAA Third Round Lettermen R/L: 11/3 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 4

Interim Head Coach: Joey James Alma Mater: South Dakota ‘00 Career Record (Years): 0-0 (1) Record at School (Years): 0-0 (1) Assistants: Chris Kassin, Lloyd Williams, Eric Johnson Operations: Clint Farrar 2012-13 Record: 10-20 Conference Record/Finish: 5-11/t-7th Postseason: n/a Lettermen R/L: 7/4 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 8

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SID Contact: Steve East Office Phone: 501.450.5743 Cell Phone: 501.339.8215 E-mail: seast@uca.edu

Clarence Finley Interim Head Coach

SID Contact: Daniel Snowden Office Phone: 662.915.7509 Cell Phone: 662.816.7511 E-mail: desnowde@olemiss.edu

Andy Kennedy Head Coach

SID Contact: Bryan Boettcher Office Phone: 605.677.5927 Cell Phone: 563.260.4316 E-mail: Bryan.Boettcher@usd.edu

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Series Record: First meeting Last Meeting: n/a Current Streak: n/a Weber vs. UCA: 0-0 Weber vs. Finley: 0-0

Series Record: Ole Miss leads 3-0 Last Meeting: L, 74-86 (11/20/2009) Current Streak: Ole Miss, 3 Weber vs. Ole Miss: 0-1 Weber vs. Kennedy: 0-0

Series Record: K-State leads 8-0 Last Meeting: W, 70-50 (12/31/2012) Current Streak: K-State, 8 Weber vs. USD: 1-0 Weber vs. James: 0-0

DeShone McClure Senior Guard

Jarvis Summers Junior Guard

Joey James Interim Head Coach

Trevor Gruis Senior Center

TROJANS

BULLDOGS

GREEN WAVE

COLONIALS

Troy

Gonzaga

Tulane

G. Washington

@TroyMensHoops | #Trojans

@GonzagaBulldogs | #GoZags

@GreenWaveMBB | #RollWave

@GW_MBB | #RaiseHigh

Sunday, December 15 n Manhattan general information

Saturday, December 21 n Wichita, Kan. general information

Saturday, December 28 n Brooklyn, N.Y. general information

Tuesday, December 31 n Manhattan general information

Location: Troy, Ala. Enrollment: 25,000 Colors: Cardinal, Silver & Black Founded: 1887 Nickname: Trojans Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. Athletics Director: John Hartwell Arena: Trojan Arena (5,200) Website: www.TroyTrojans.com

Location: Spokane, Wash. Enrollment: 7,837 Colors: Blue, White & Red Founded: 1887 Nickname: Bulldogs Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: West Coast President: Dr. Thayne McCulloh Athletics Director: Mike Roth Arena: McCarthey Center (6,000) Website: www.GoZags.com

Location: New Orleans, La. Enrollment: 1834 Colors: Olive Green & Sky Blue Founded: 1834 Nickname: Green Wave Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Scott Cowen Athletics Director: Rick Dickson Arena: Devlin Fieldhouse (3,600) Website: www.TulaneGreenWave.com

Location: Washington, D.C. Enrollment: 25,000 Colors: Buff & Blue Founded: 1821 Nickname: Colonials Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic 10 President: Dr. Steven Knapp Athletics Director: Patrick Nero Arena: Charles E. Smith Center (4,338) Website: www.GWSports.com

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Head Coach: Phil Cunningham Alma Mater: Campbellsville College ‘90 Career Record (Years): 0-0 (1) Record at School (Years): 0-0 (1) Assistants: Marcus Grant, Ben Fletcher, Billy Begley Operations: Mike Worley 2012-13 Record: 12-21 Conference Record/Finish: 6-14/6th East Postseason: n/a Lettermen R/L: 7/3 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 6

Head Coach: Mark Few Alma Mater: Oregon ‘87 Career Record (Years): 374-93 (14) Record at School (Years): 374-93 (14) Assistants: Tommy Lloyd, Donny Daniels, Brian Michaelson Operations: Jerry Krause, George Pfeifer 2012-13 Record: 32-3 Conference Record/Finish: 16-0/1st Postseason: NCAA Third Round Lettermen R/L: 9/4 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 5

Head Coach: Ed Conroy Alma Mater: The Citadel ‘89 Career Record (Years): 138-180 (10) Record at School (Years): 48-48 (3) Assistants: Jeff Strohm, Andy Fox, Shammond Williams Operations: TBA 2012-13 Record: 20-15 Conference Record/Finish: 6-10/8th Postseason: CIT Lettermen R/L: 7/9 Starters R/L: 1/4 Newcomers: 8

Head Coach: Mike Lonergan Alma Mater: Catholic ‘88 Career Record (Years): 400-194 (20) Record at School (Years): 23-38 (2) Assistants: Hajj Turner, Pete Strickland, Maurice Joseph Operations: Matt Lisiewski 2012-13 Record: 13-17 Conference Record/Finish: 7-9/t-11th Postseason: n/a Lettermen R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 4

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SID Contact: Joe St. Pierre Office Phone: 334.670.5654 Cell Phone: 603.475.8548 E-mail: jst.pierre@troy.edu

Phil Cunningham Head Coach

SID Contact: Oliver Pierce Office Phone: 509.313.6373 Cell Phone: n/a E-mail: pierce@athletics.gonzaga.edu

Mark Few Head Coach

SID Contact: Brian Miller Office Phone: 504.314.7219 Cell Phone: 504.390.6772 E-mail: bmiller@tulane.edu

Ed Conroy Head Coach

SID Contact: Jesse Hooker Office Phone: 202.994.8604 Cell Phone: 202.251.3786 E-mail: jhooker@gwu.edu

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Series Record: K-State leads 1-0 Last Meeting: W, 64-60 (11/16/2001) Current Streak: K-State, 1 Weber vs. Troy: 0-1 Weber vs. Cunningham: 0-0

Series Record: K-State leads 2-1 Last Meeting: L, 52-68 (12/15/2012) Current Streak: Gonzaga, 1 Weber vs. Gonzaga: 3-2 Weber vs. Few: 3-2

Series Record: Tulane leads 2-1 Last Meeting: L, 53-55 (3/18/1993) Current Streak: Tulane, 1 Weber vs. Tulane: 0-0 Weber vs. Conroy: 0-0

Series Record: K-State leads 2-1 Last Meeting: W, 65-62 (12/8/2012) Current Streak: K-State, 2 Weber vs. GW: 1-0 Weber vs. Lonergan: 1-0

Hunter Williams Senior Guard

Kevin Pangos Junior Guard

Tre Drye Junior Forward

Mike Lonergan Head Coach

Isaiah Armwood Senior Forward

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Overall: 85-24 Home: 73-8 (20-1 at Bramlage Coliseum) Away: 9-13 Neutral: 3-3 Current Streak: Won 10 Last Loss: BYU, 73-64, Paradise Jam, 11/23/2002 Last Loss in a Home Season Opener: Southern Miss, 74-60, 11/27/1993 Bruce Weber in Season Openers: 14-1 (9-0 at Illinois) (14-0 when starting at home) 11/9/12 ______________K-State 85, North Dakota 52 11/11/11 ________K-State 72, Charleston Southern 67 11/12/10 __________#3 K-State 75, James Madison 61 11/13/09 ____________K-State 92, Loyola Chicago 54 11/14/08 ______________K-State 96, Florida A&M 57 11/9/07____________K-State 94, Sacramento State 63 11/11/06 ____________K-State 70, William & Mary 60 11/18/05 __________K-State 83, Georgia Southern 58 11/19/04 __________K-State 70, North Dakota State 61 11/21/03________K-State 70, Birmingham-Southern 50 11/23/02 __________________BYU 73, K-State 64 11/16/01 __________________K-State 64, Troy 60 11/18/00 __________K-State 71, Texas-San Antonio 55 11/16/99 ______________#10 Arizona 88, K-State 69 11/13/98________________K-State 83, St. Mary’s 60 11/14/97 __________K-State 93, Western Carolina 74 11/22/96 __________________K-State 73, UMKC 53 11/25/95 ______________K-State 75, Bradley 72 (OT) 11/16/94 ____________#18 Alabama 79, K-State 48 11/27/93 ____________Southern Miss 74, K-State 60 12/1/92 ______________K-State 85, Coppin State 61 11/23/91__________K-State 103, Texas-San Antonio 65 11/24/90 __________________K-State 61, Akron 54 11/24/89 ______________K-State 71, Florida State 70 11/26/88 ________________K-State 81, Purdue 77 first game at Bramlage Coliseum 11/27/87 ____________K-State 79, San Diego State 68 11/29/86 ____________K-State 95, South Dakota 45 11/22/85 ______________K-State 68, Chaminade 56 11/24/84 ______________K-State 72, North Texas 50


O P P O N E N T

COWBOYS

Oklahoma State

TCU

Kansas

@OSUAthletics | #OKState Saturday, January 4 n 11 a.m. n Manhattan, Kan. Monday, March 3 n 8 p.m. n Stillwater, Okla.

@TCU_Athletics | #GoFrogs Tuesday, January 7 n 7 p.m. n Fort Worth, Texas Wednesday, February 19 n 8 p.m. n Manhattan, Kan.

@KUAthletics | #KUMBB Saturday, January 11 n 1 p.m. n Lawrence, Kan. Monday, February 10 n 8 p.m. n Manhattan, Kan.

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Location: Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment: 35,214 Colors: Orange & Black Founded: 1890 Nickname: Cowboys Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Burns Hargis Athletics Director: Mike Holder Arena: Gallagher-Iba Arena Capacity: 13,611 Website: www.okstate.com Department Phone: 405.744.7714

Location: Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment: 9,725 Colors: Purple & White Founded: 1873 Nickname: Horned Frogs, Frogs Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Athletics Director: Chris Del Conte Arena: Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Capacity: 7,201 Website: www.GoFrogs.com Department Phone: 817.257.FROG

Location: Lawrence, Kan. Enrollment: 27,939 Colors: Crimson & Blue Founded: 1866 Nickname: Jayhawks Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Bernadette Gray-Little Athletics Director: Dr. Sheahon Zenger Arena: Allen Field House Capacity: 16,300 Website: www.kuathletics.com Department Phone: 785.864.3143

2013-14 schedule O27 ________CAMPBELLSVILLE (Exh.) N1 __________EMPORIA STATE (Exh.) N8 ______MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE N12 ______________UTAH VALLEY N15 ________ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF N19 ________________MEMPHIS N25 ____________@South Florida N28 ______________vs. Purdue^ N29 ____vs. Butler/Washington State^ D1 __________________vs. TBA^ D6 ____________SOUTH CAROLINA D14 ____________vs. Louisiana Tech D17 ____________DELAWARE STATE D21 ______________vs. Colorado# D30 ____________ROBERT MORRIS J4 ____________@Kansas State* J8 __________________TEXAS* J11 ____________@West Virginia* J15 ____________________TCU* J18 ________________@Kansas* J25 ____________WEST VIRGINIA* J27 ______________@Oklahoma* F1 __________________BAYLOR* F3________________IOWA STATE* F8 ______________@Texas Tech* F11__________________@Texas* F15 ______________OKLAHOMA* F17 ________________@Baylor* F22 ______________TEXAS TECH* F24 __________________@TCU* M1 ________________KANSAS* M3 ____________KANSAS STATE* M8 ______________@Iowa State* M12-15 ______Big 12 Championship

First Year: 1907-08 All-Time Record: 1555-1083 Years in NCAA Tournament: 25 Last Appearance: 2013

27 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 4 FINAL FOURS 11 ELITE EIGHTS 16 SWEET 16s 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

JAYHAWKS

HORNED FROGS

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team information Head Coach: Travis Ford Alma Mater: Kentucky ‘94 Career Record (Years): 294-210 (16) Record at School (Years): 104-63 (5) Assistant Coaches: Butch Pierre, Chris Ferguson, Steve Middleton Operations: Joey Biggs Office Phone: 405.744.5845 2012-13 Record: 24-9 Conference Record/Finish: 13-5/3rd Postseason: NCAA Second Round Lettermen R/L: 12/3 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 4

sports information SID Contact: Mike Noteware Office Phone: 405.744.7756 Cell Phone: 405.612.4843 E-mail: mike.noteware@okstate.edu SID Fax: 405.744.7754 Press Row Phone: 405.744.5757

^Old Spice Classic (Orlando, Fla.) #MGM Grand Showcase (Las Vegas, Nev.)

2013-14 schedule N1 ____ARKANSAS-FORT SMITH (Exh.) N8 ________________vs. SMU^ N12 ______________LONGWOOD N19 __________ABILENE CHRISTIAN N24 __________@Washington State N27 ________@Alaska-Anchorage# N29 ________vs. Indiana State/Tulsa# N30 ________________vs. TBA# D5 ____________@Mississippi State D15 ________TEXAS PAN AMERICAN D19 __________GRAMBLING STATE D21 __________________TULSA D29 ____________TEXAS SOUTHERN J4______________WEST VIRGINIA* J7 ____________KANSAS STATE* J11 ________________@Baylor* J15 __________@Oklahoma State* J18 ______________TEXAS TECH* J22 ______________@Oklahoma* J25 ________________KANSAS* F1 ______________@Texas Tech* F4 __________________TEXAS* F8 ______________@Iowa State* F12 ________________BAYLOR* F15 ________________@Kansas* F19____________@Kansas State* F22 ______________IOWA STATE* F24 __________OKLAHOMA STATE* M1 ____________@West Virginia* M5 __________________@Texas* M8 ______________OKLAHOMA* M12-15 ______Big 12 Championship

history First Year: 1908-09 All-Time Record: 1121-1308 Years in NCAA Tournament: 7 Last Appearance: 1998

team information Head Coach: Trent Johnson Alma Mater: Boise State ‘83 Career Record (Years): 237-206 (14) Record at School (Years): 11-21 (1) Assistant Coaches: Donny Guerinoni, Brent Scott, Kwanza Johnson Operations: Chris Tifft Office Phone: 817.257.7968 2012-13 Record: 11-21 Conference Record/Finish: 2-16/10th Postseason: n/a Lettermen R/L: 8/5 Starters R/L: 1/4 Newcomers: 6

sports information SID Contact: Matt Hoover Office Phone: 817.257.5299 Cell Phone: 817.343.9914 E-mail: m.hoover@tcu.edu SID Fax: 817.257.7964 Press Row Phone: 817.257.7337

^Dallas, Texas (American Airlines Center) #Great Alaskan Shootout (Anchorage, Alaska)

history First Year: 1898-99 All-Time Record: 2101-812 Years in NCAA Tournament: 42 Last Appearance: 2013

team information Head Coach: Bill Self Alma Mater: Oklahoma State ‘85 Career Record (Years): 507-164 (20) Record at School (Years): 300-59 (10) Assistant Coaches: Kurtis Townsend, Norm Roberts, Jerrance Howard Operations: Brennan Bechard Office Phone: 785.670.1355 2012-13 Record: 31-6 Conference Record/Finish: 14-4/t-1st Postseason: NCAA Sweet 16 Lettermen R/L: 10/6 Starters R/L: 0/5 Newcomers: 8

sports information SID Contact: Chris Theisen Office Phone: 785.864.3474 Cell Phone: 785.331.9356 E-mail: theisen@ku.edu SID Fax: 785.864.7944 Press Row Phone: 785.864.3417

^Champions Classic (Chicago, Ill.) #Battle 4 Atlantis (Paradise Island, Bahamas) !M&I Kansas City Shootout (Kansas City, Mo.)

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Series Record: K-State leads 74-49 Last Meeting: W, 68-57 (3/15/13) Current Streak: K-State, 1 Weber vs. OSU: 3-1 Weber vs. Ford: 2-1

Series Record: K-State leads 5-2 Last Meeting: W, 79-68 (3/5/2013) Current Streak: K-State, 2 Weber vs. TCU: 2-0 Weber vs. Johnson: 2-0

Series Record: Kansas leads 186-91 Last Meeting: L, 54-70 (3/16/2013) Current Streak: Kansas, 5 Weber vs. KU: 0-4 Weber vs. Self: 1-5

Travis Ford

Marcus Smart

Head Coach

Sophomore Guard

Starters Returning Marcus Smart Markel Brown Le’Bryan Nash Michael Cobbins

Pos. G F F F

Statistics 15.4 ppg., 5.8 rpg., 4.2 apg. 15.3 ppg., 4.4 rpg., 2.4 apg. 14.0 ppg., 4.1 rpg., 1.8 apg. 6.9 ppg., 6.1 rpg. 56.2 FG%

Others Returning Phil Forte Kamari Murphy

Pos. G F

Statistics 10.2 ppg., 1.5 rpg., 91.3 FT% 3.8 ppg., 3.9 rpg., 46.1 FG%

2013-14 roster Name Ford Stuen Le’Bryan Nash Brian Williams Stevie Clark Phil Forte Marek Soucek Christien Sager Michael Cobbins Kamari Murphy Markel Brown Leyton Hammonds Alex Budke Jeffrey Carroll Marcus Smart Gary Gaskins Mason Cox

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Kyan Anderson

Head Coach

Senior Guard

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No. 1 2 4 5 13 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 30 33 34 53

Trent Johnson

Ht. 6-2 6-7 6-5 5-11 5-11 7-0 6-4 6-8 6-8 6-3 6-7 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-10 6-10

Wt. 190 235 210 175 185 240 205 230 220 190 205 190 205 220 200 230

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

Hometown Henderson, Ky. Dallas, Texas Baton Rouge, La. Oklahoma City, Okla. Flower Mound, Texas Brno, Czech Republic Wichita Falls, Texas Amarillo, Texas Brooklyn, N.Y. Alexandria, La. North Richland Hills, Texas Stillwater, Okla. Rowlett, Texas Flower Mound, Texas Beaufort, S.C. Highland Village, Texas

Bill Self

Perry Ellis

Head Coach

Sophomore Forward

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Starters Returning Kyan Anderson

Pos. G

Statistics 12.0 ppg., 3.2 apg., 1.8 rpg.

Starters Returning none

Pos.

Statistics

Others Returning Devonta Abron Amric Fields Charles Hill, Jr. Jarvis Ray

Pos. F F G G

Statistics 7.4 ppg., 5.9 rpg., 0.7 bpg. 7.3 ppg., 2.7 rpg., 1.0 apg. 4.6 ppg., 1.9 rpg., 0.8 apg. 6.2 ppg., 1.9 rpg., 1.1 apg.

Others Returning Perry Ellis Naadir Tharpe Andrew White III Jamari Traylor

Pos. F G G F

Statistics 5.8 ppg., 3.9 rpg., 0.6 apg. 5.5 ppg., 3.1 apg., 1.5 rpg. 2.2 ppg., 1.2 rpg. 2.1 ppg., 2.1 rpg.

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2013-14 roster Pos. G G/F G/F G G F/C G F F G F G F G F F

2013-14 schedule O29 ________PITTSBURG STATE (Exh.) N5 ________FORT HAYS STATE (Exh.) N8 __________LOUISIANA-MONROE N12 __________________Duke^ N19 __________________IONA N22 ________________TOWSON# N28 ____________vs. Wake Forest# N29 __________vs. Villanova/USC# N30 ________________vs. TBA# D7 ________________@Colorado D10 ________________@Florida D14 ______________NEW MEXICO! D21 ______________GEORGETOWN D30 __________________TOLEDO J5 ____________SAN DIEGO STATE J8________________@Oklahoma* J11 ____________KANSAS STATE* J13 ______________@Iowa State* J18 __________OKLAHOMA STATE* J20 ________________BAYLOR* J25 __________________@TCU* J29 ______________IOWA STATE* F1 __________________@Texas* F4 __________________@Baylor* F8______________WEST VIRGINIA* F10____________@Kansas State* F15 ____________________TCU* F18 ______________@Texas Tech* F22 __________________TEXAS* F24 ______________OKLAHOMA* M1 __________@Oklahoma State* M5 ______________TEXAS TECH* M8 ____________@West Virginia* M12-15 ______Big 12 Championship

No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 13 20 21 22 23 32 33 44

Name Charles Hill, Jr. Karviar Shepherd Michael Williams Clyde Smith III Amric Fields Kyan Anderson Kemal Dincer Brandon Parrish Christian Gore Thomas Montigel Hudson Price Jarvis Ray Devonta Abron Trey Zeigler Chris Washburn Aaron Durley

Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. G 6-2 185 So. C 6-10 225 Fr. G 6-2 185 Fr. G 6-2 180 So. F 6-9 220 Sr. G 5-11 175 Jr. G 6-3 187 So. F 6-6 185 Fr. G 6-2 175 So. G 6-2 195 Sr. G 6-6 200 Fr. G 6-6 195 Sr. F 6-8 255 JR. G 6-5 2003 Sr. F 6-8 240 So. C 6-10 270 RFr.

Hometown Fort Worth, Texas Dallas, Texas San Antonio, Texas Houston, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla. Fort Worth, Texas Istanbul, Turkey Arlington, Texas El Paso, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Orlando, Fla. New Orleans, La. Dallas, Texas Detroit, Mich. Grand Prairie, Texas Houston, Texas

No. 0 1 3 4 5 10 11 14 15 20 21 22 23 25 31 33 34

Name Frank Mason Wayne Selden Andrew White III Justin Wesley Evan Manning Naadir Tharpe Tyler Self Brannen Greene Christian Garrett Niko Roberts Joel Embiid Andrew Wiggins Conner Frankamp Tarik Black Jamari Traylor Landen Lucas Perry Ellis

Pos. G G G F G G G F G G F F G F F G F

Ht. 5-11 6-5 6-6 6-9 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-7 6-3 5-11 7-0 6-8 6-0 6-9 6-8 6-10 6-8

Wt. Cl. 185 Fr. 230 Fr. 210 So. 220 Sr. 170 So. 170 Jr. 165 So. 215 Fr. 185 Jr. 175 Sr. 250 Fr. 200 Fr. 165 Fr. 260 Sr. 220 So. 240 RFr. 225 Fr.

Hometown Petersburg, Va. Roxbury, Mass. Richmond, Va. Fort Worth, Texas Lawrence, Kan. Worchester, Mass. Lawrence, Kan. Monroe, Ga. Los Angeles, Calif. Huntington, N.Y. Gainesville, Fla. Thornhill, Ontario Wichita, Kan. Memphis, Tenn. Chicago, Ill. Portland, Ore. Wichita, Kan.


O P P O N E NHEADLINE T P R O F I L E S

SOONERS

MOUNTAINEERS

LONGHORNS

West Virginia

Texas

@WVUSportsBuzz | #WVUMBB Saturday, January 18 n 12:30 p.m. n Manhattan, Kan. Saturday, February 1 n 12:30 p.m. n Morgantown, W.Va.

@TexasSports | #Longhorns Tuesday, January 21 n 6 p.m. n Austin, Texas Saturday, February 8 n 12:30 p.m. n Manhattan, Kan.

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Location: Norman, Okla. Enrollment: 30,753 Colors: Crimson & Cream Founded: 1890 Nickname: Sooners Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: David L. Boren Athletics Director: Joe Castiglione Arena: Lloyd Noble Center Capacity: 12,000 Website: www.SoonerSports.com Department Phone: 402.325.3916

Location: Morgantown, W.Va. Enrollment: 32,595 Colors: Blue & Gold Founded: 1867 Nickname: Mountaineers Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. James P. Clements Athletics Director: Oliver Luck Arena: WVU Coliseum Capacity: 14,000 Website: www.WVUSports.com Department Phone: 304.293.5621

Location: Austin, Texas Enrollment: 49,449 Colors: Burnt Orange & White Founded: 1883 Nickname: Longhorns Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. William Powers, Jr. Athletics Director: DeLoss Dodds Arena: Erwin Center Capacity: 16,755 Website: www.TexasSports.com Department Phone: 512.471.5757

2013-14 schedule N2 ____________WASHBURN (Exh.) N4 ____OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN (Exh.) N8 ______________vs. Alabama^ N11 ____________NORTH TEXAS# N13 __________________IDAHO# N22______________vs. Seton Hall# N23 __vs. Michigan State/Virginia Tech# N29 ________ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK D2 __________________MERCER D5______TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI D8 ____________vs. George Mason$ D14 __________________TULSA D17 ____________UT-ARLINGTON D21 ______________vs. Texas A&M D30 ____________LOUISIANA TECH J4 __________________@Texas* J8 __________________KANSAS* J11 ______________IOWA STATE* J14 ____________@Kansas State* J18 ________________@Baylor* J22 ____________________TCU* J25 ______________@Texas Tech* J27 __________OKLAHOMA STATE* F1 ______________@Iowa State* F5______________@West Virginia* F8 __________________BAYLOR* F12 ______________TEXAS TECH* F15 __________@Oklahoma State* F22 ____________KANSAS STATE* F24 ________________@Kansas* M1 __________________TEXAS* M5 ____________WEST VIRGINIA* M8 __________________@TCU* M12-15 ______Big 12 Championship

history First Year: 1907-08 All-Time Record: 1547-1006 Years in NCAA Tournament: 27 Last Appearance: 2013

team information Head Coach: Lon Kruger Alma Mater: Kansas State ‘75 Career Record (Years): 514-332 (27) Record at School (Years): 35-28 (2) Assistant Coaches: Steve Henson, Chris Crutchfield, Lew Hill Operations: Mike Shepherd Office Phone: 402.325.4732 2012-13 Record: 20-12 Conference Record/Finish: 11-7/t-4th Postseason: NCAA Second Round Lettermen R/L: 6/6 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 9

sports information SID Contact: Mike Houck Office Phone: 405.325.8227 Cell Phone: 405.249.5892 E-mail: mhouck@ou.edu SID Fax: 405.325.7623 Press Row Phone: 405.325.1024

^Dallas, Texas (American Airlines Center) ^Coaches vs. Cancer Classic (Brooklyn, N.Y.) $BB&T Classic (Washington, D.C.)

2013-14 schedule N4 ________FAIRMONT STATE (Exh.) N8____________MOUNT ST. MARY’S N12______________@Virginia Tech N17 ________________DUQUESNE N21 ________GEORGIA SOUTHERN^ N23 ____________PRESBYTERIAN^ N26 __________vs. Old Dominion^ N27 ______vs. Wisconsin/Saint Louis^ D2 ____________LOYOLA CHICAGO D5 ________________@Missouri D10 ________________GONZAGA D14 ______________vs. Marshall# D22__________________PURDUE D29 __________vs. William & Mary# J4 __________________@TCU* J6________________@Texas Tech* J11 __________OKLAHOMA STATE* J13 __________________TEXAS* J18 ____________@Kansas State* J22 ______________TEXAS TECH* J25 __________@Oklahoma State* J28 ________________@Baylor* F1 ____________KANSAS STATE* F5________________OKLAHOMA* F8 ________________@Kansas* F10 ______________IOWA STATE* F15__________________@Texas* F22 ________________BAYLOR* F26 ______________@Iowa State* M1 ____________________TCU* M5 ______________@Oklahoma* M8 ________________KANSAS* M12-15 ______Big 12 Championship

history First Year: 1903-04 All-Time Record: 1634-1024 Years in NCAA Tournament: 25 Last Appearance: 2012

team information Head Coach: Bob Huggins Alma Mater: West Virginia ‘77 Career Record (Years): 723-286 (31) Record at School (Years): 133-75 (6) Assistant Coaches: Larry Harrison, Ron Everhart, Erik Martin Operations: Billy Hahn Office Phone: 304.293.2193 2012-13 Record: 13-19 Conference Record/Finish: 6-12/8th Postseason: n/a Lettermen R/L: 5/7 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 6

sports information SID Contact: Bryan Messerly Office Phone: 304.293.2821 Cell Phone: 304.216.3833 E-mail: bryan.messerly@mail.wvu.edu SID Fax: 304.293.4105 Press Row Phone: 304.293.2821

^Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) #Charleston, W.Va.

2013-14 schedule N8 __________________MERCER N12 __________SOUTH ALABAMA^ N15 __________STEPHEN F. AUSTIN N18 __________HOUSTON BAPTIST^ N25 ________________vs. BYU^ N26 ______vs. DePaul/Wichita State^ N29 __________TEXAS-ARLINGTON D2 ________________VANDERBILT D7 __________________@Temple D14 ______________TEXAS STATE D18 ____________@North Carolina D21 ____________MICHIGAN STATE D30 ____________________RICE J4 ________________OKLAHOMA* J8 ____________@Oklahoma State* J11 ______________TEXAS TECH* J13 ____________@West Virginia* J18 ______________IOWA STATE* J21 ____________KANSAS STATE* J25 ________________@Baylor* F1 __________________KANSAS* F4 __________________@TCU* F8 ____________@Kansas State* F11 __________OKLAHOMA STATE* F15 ____________WEST VIRGINIA* F18 ______________@Iowa State* F22 ________________@Kansas* F26 ________________BAYLOR* M1 ______________@Oklahoma* M5 ____________________TCU* M8 ______________@Texas Tech* M12-15 ______Big 12 Championship

history First Year: 1905-06 All-Time Record: 1674-997 Years in NCAA Tournament: 30 Last Appearance: 2012

team information Head Coach: Rick Barnes Alma Mater: Lenoir-Rhyne ‘77 Career Record (Years): 540-289 (26) Record at School (Years): 358-155 (15) Assistant Coaches: Rob Lanier, Russell Springmann, Chris Ogden Operations: Jerry Johnson Office Phone: 512.471.5816 2012-13 Record: 16-18 Conference Record/Finish: 7-11/7th Postseason: CBI Opening Round Lettermen R/L: 6/7 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 4

sports information SID Contact: Scott McConnell Office Phone: 512.471.1345 Cell Phone: 512.748.9313 E-mail: sm@utexas.edu SID Fax: 512.471.4246 Press Row Phone: 512.471.4246

^CBE Hall of Fame Classic (Kansas City, Mo.)

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Series Record: Oklahoma leads 104-93 Last Meeting: W, 52-50 (2/2/2013) Current Streak: K-State, 2 Weber vs. OU: 2-0 Weber vs. Self: 3-0

Series Record: K-State leads 3-1 Last Meeting: W, 71-61 (2/18/2013) Current Streak: K-State, 2 Weber vs. WVU: 2-0 Weber vs. Huggins: 4-0

Series Record: K-State leads 16-10 Last Meeting: W, 66-49 (3/14/2013) Current Streak: K-State, 3 Weber vs. Texas: 3-1 Weber vs. Barnes: 3-1

Lon Kruger

Buddy Hield

Head Coach

Sophomore Guard

player information Pos. G G

Statistics 7.8 ppg., 4.2 rpg., 1.2 spg. 5.6 ppg., 2.7 rpg., 1.0 spg.

Others Returning Cameron Clark Isaiah Cousins Tyler Neal

Pos. G G F

Statistics 6.5 ppg., 3.2 rpg. 2.7 ppg., 2.0 rpg., 1.6 apg. 1.1 ppg., 1.4 rpg.

2013-14 roster Name Ryan Spangler Frank Booker Keshaun Hamilton Je’lon Hornbeak Jordan Woodard Isaiah Cousins James Fraschilla Tyler Neal Cameron Clark Daniel Harper Buddy Hield C.J. Cole D.J. Bennett Austin Mankin Trey Slate

Eron Harris

Head Coach

Sophomore Guard

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Starters Returning Buddy Hield Je’lon Hornbeck

No. 00 1 4 5 10 11 13 15 21 22 24 25 31 41 42

Bob Huggins

Wt. 230 201 270 186 185 181 150 231 209 174 200 230 202 200 196

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

Hometown Blanchard, Okla. Augusta, Ga. Palatka, Fla. Arlington, Texas Edmond, Okla. Mount Vernon, N.Y. Dallas, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla. Sherman, Texas Norman, Okla. Freeport, Bahamas Sperry, Okla. Chicago, Ill. Coppell, Texas Gore, Okla.

Pos. G G F

Statistics 9.8 ppg., 2.3 rpg. 7.6 ppg., 2.9 rpg. 3.0 ppg., 4.4 rpg.

Others Returning Terry Henderson Gary Browne

Pos. G G

Statistics 8.0 ppg., 2.4 rpg. 5.6 ppg., 2.8 rpg.

No. 0 1 3 5 10 11 14 15 20 30 34 45

Name Remi Dibo Jonathan Holton Juwan Staten Devin Williams Eron Harris Nathan Adrian Gary Browne Terry Henderson Brandon Watkins Richard Romeo Kevin Noreen Elijah Macon

Javan Felix

Head Coach

Sophomore Guard

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Starters Returning Eron Harris Juwan Staten Kevin Noreen

2013-14 roster Pos. Ht. F 6-8 G 6-4 F 6-10 F 6-4 G 6-0 G 6-4 G 5-10 F 6-7 G 6-7 G 6-1 G 6-4 F 6-7 F 6-8 F 6-7 G 6-1

Rick Barnes

Starters Returning Jonathan Holmes Cameron Ridley

Pos. F C

Statistics 6.4 ppg., 5.6 rpg., 0.7 bpg. 4.1 ppg., 4.3 rpg., 1.4 bpg.

Others Returning Javan Feliz Connor Lammert Demarcus Holland Prince Ibeh

Pos. G F G C

Statistics 6.8 ppg., 4.1 apg., 2.6 rpg. 4.5 ppg., 4.2 rpg. 3.6 ppg., 1.4 rpg. 2.2 ppg., 2.6 rpg.

2013-14 roster Pos. Ht. F 6-7 F 6-7 G 6-1 F 6-9 G 6-3 F 6-9 G 6-1 G 6-4 F 6-9 G 5-11 F 6-10 F 6-9

Wt. 225 210 190 255 195 230 195 200 235 190 250 240

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

Hometown Montreuil, France Miami, Fla. Dayton, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Indianapolis, Ind. Morgantown, W.Va. Cupey, P.R. Raleigh, N.C. Decatur, Ga. White Sulphur Spring, W.Va. Minneapolis, Minn. Columbus, Ohio

No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 21 24 44 55

Name Kendal Yancy Isaiah Taylor Demarcus Holland Javan Felix Danny Newsome Damarcus Croaker Jonthan Holmes Connor Lammert Martez Walker Prince Ibeh Cameron Ridley

Pos. Ht. G 6-3 G 6-1 G 6-2 G 5-11 F 6-9 G 6-2 F 6-8 F 6-9 G 6-4 F/C 6-10 C 6-9

Wt. Cl. 200 Fr. 170 Fr. 185 So. 195 So. 190 RFr. 185 Fr. 240 Jr. 235 So. 185 Fr. 250 So. 285 So.

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@BaylorAthletics | #SicEm Saturday, February 15 n 6 p.m. n Waco, Texas Saturday, March 8 n 12:30 p.m. n Manhattan, Kan.

@TechAthletics | #GunsUp Tuesday, January 28 n 7 p.m. n Manhattan, Kan. Tuesday, February 25 n 6 p.m. n Lubbock, Texas

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Location: Ames, Iowa Enrollment: 31,040 Colors: Cardinal & Gold Founded: 1858 Nickname: Cyclones Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Steven Leath Athletics Director: Jamie Pollard Arena: Hilton Coliseum Capacity: 14,356 Website: www.Cyclones.com Department Phone: 515.294.3662

Location: Waco, Texas Enrollment: 15,364 Colors: Green & Gold Founded: 1845 Nickname: Bears Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: Ken Starr Athletics Director: Ian McCaw Arena: Ferrell Center Capacity: 10,284 Website: www.baylorbears.com Department Phone: 254.710.1234

Location: Lubbock, Texas Enrollment: 32,611 Colors: Scarlet & Black Founded: 1923 Nickname: Red Raiders Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Duane Nellis Athletics Director: Kirby Hocutt Arena: United Spirit Arena Capacity: 15,098 Website: www.texastech.com Department Phone: 806.742.3355

2013-14 schedule N3 ____________AUGUSTANA (Exh.) N10 __________UNC WILMINGTON N12 ____TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI N17 ________________MICHIGAN N20 __________________@BYU N25 __________________UMKC D2 __________________AUBURN D7 ____________@Northern Iowa D13 __________________IOWA D22 __________vs. George Mason^ D23 ______vs. Oregon State/Akron^ D25 ________________vs. TBA^ D31 __________NORTHERN ILLINOIS J4________________@Texas Tech* J7 __________________BAYLOR* J11 ______________@Oklahoma* J13 ________________KANSAS* J18 __________________@Texas* J25 ____________KANSAS STATE* J29 ________________@Kansas* F1________________OKLAHOMA* F3 ____________@Oklahoma State* F8 ____________________TCU* F10 ____________@West Virginia* F15 ______________TEXAS TECH* F18 __________________TEXAS* F22 __________________@TCU* F26 ____________WEST VIRGINIA* M1 ____________@Kansas State* M4 ________________@Baylor* M8 __________OKLAHOMA STATE* M12-15 ______Big 12 Championship

history First Year: 1907-08 All-Time Record: 1239-1253 Years in NCAA Tournament: 15 Last Appearance: 2013

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team information Head Coach: Fred Hoiberg Alma Mater: Iowa State ‘95 Career Record (Years): 62-39 (3) Record at School (Years): 62-39 (3) Assistant Coaches: Doc Sadler, Matt Abdelmassih, Cornell Mann Operations: Micah Byars Office Phone: 515.294.8232 2012-13 Record: 23-12 Conference Record/Finish: 11-7/t-4th Postseason: NCAA Third Round Lettermen R/L: 6/8 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 6

sports information SID Contact: Matt Shoultz Office Phone: 515.594.1393 Cell Phone: 515.520.7642 E-mail: mshoultz@iastate.edu SID Fax: 515.294.0125 Press Row Phone: 515.294.6178

^Diamond Head Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii)

2013-14 schedule N8 ______________vs. Colorado^ N12 ____________SOUTH CAROLINA N17 ________LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE N20________CHARLESTON SOUTHERN N25 ____________vs. Chaminade# N26__________vs. Dayton/Gonzaga# N27 ________________vs. TBA# D1 ____________HARDIN-SIMMONS D6 ______________vs. Kentucky$ D18 ________NORTHWESTERN STATE D22 ________________SOUTHERN D30 ____________ORAL ROBERTS J3 ____________SAVANNAH STATE J7 ______________@Iowa State* J11 ____________________TCU* J15 ______________@Texas Tech* J18 ______________OKLAHOMA* J20 ________________@Kansas* J25 __________________TEXAS* J28 ____________WEST VIRGINIA* F1 ____________@Oklahoma State* F4 __________________KANSAS* F8 ______________@Oklahoma* F12 __________________@TCU* F15 ____________KANSAS STATE* F17 __________OKLAHOMA STATE* F22 ____________@West Virginia* F26__________________@Texas* M1 ______________TEXAS TECH* M4 ______________IOWA STATE* M8 ____________@Kansas State* M12-15 ______Big 12 Championship

history First Year: 1906-07 All-Time Record: 1215-1305 Years in NCAA Tournament: 7 Last Appearance: 2012

team information Head Coach: Scott Drew Alma Mater: Butler ‘93 Career Record (Years): 198-149 (11) Record at School (Years): 178-138 (10) Assistant Coaches: Jerome Tang, Grant McCasland, Paul Mills Operations: Tim Maloney Office Phone: 254.710.3096 2012-13 Record: 23-14 Conference Record/Finish: 9-9/6th Postseason: NIT Champions Lettermen R/L: 7/4 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 5

sports information SID Contact: David Kaye Office Phone: 254.710.4389 Cell Phone: 254.709.5147 E-mail: David_Kaye@baylor.edu SID Fax: 254.710.1369 Press Row Phone: 254.710.3955

^Dallas, Texas (American Airlines Center) #Maui Invitational (Maui, Hawaii) $Arlington, Texas (AT&T Stadium)

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history First Year: 1925-26 All-Time Record: 1289-1040 Years in NCAA Tournament: 13 Last Appearance: 2007

team information Head Coach: Tubby Smith Alma Mater: High Point ‘73 Career Record (Years): 511-226 (22) Record at School (Years): 0-0 (1) Assistant Coaches: Joe Esposito, Vince Taylor, Pooh Williamson Operations: Mark Adams Office Phone: 806.742.7600 2012-13 Record: 11-20 Conference Record/Finish: 3-15/9th Postseason: n/a Lettermen R/L: 9/4 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 3

sports information SID Contact: Trenten Hilburn Office Phone: 806.742.2771 ext. 235 Cell Phone: 806.392.3543 E-mail: trenten.hilburn@ttu.edu SID Fax: 806.742.7414 Press Row Phone: 806.742.6688

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Series Record: K-State leads 135-80 Last Meeting: W, 79-70 (2/9/2013) Current Streak: K-State, 1 Weber vs. ISU: 2-1 Weber vs. Hoiberg: 1-1

Series Record: K-State leads 16-12 Last Meeting: W, 64-61 (3/2/2013) Current Streak: K-State, 2 Weber vs. Baylor: 2-0 Weber vs. Drew: 2-0

Series Record: K-State leads 18-12 Last Meeting: W, 75-55 (2/25/2013) Current Streak: K-State, 7 Weber vs. Tech: 3-0 Weber vs. Smith: 6-3

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Statistics 12.1 ppg., 4.6 rpg., 51.5 FG% 11.3 ppg., 9.3 rpg., 50.4 FG%

Others Returning Percy Gibson Naz Long

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Statistics 4.5 ppg., 2.6 rpg. 1.4 ppg., 1.0 apg.

2013-14 roster Name Abdel Nader Melvin Ejim Sherron Dorsey-Walker Monte Morris Naz Long Matt Thomas Dustin Hogue K.J. Bluford Percy Gibson Georges Niang Tyler Ellerman Daniel Edozie DeAndre Kane

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Hometown Skokie, Ill. Toronto, Ontario Detroit, Mich. Flint, Mich. Mississauga, Ontario Onalaska, Wis. Yonkers, N.Y. Minneapolis, Minn. Detroit, Mich. Methuen, Mass. Dallas Center, Iowa Compton, Calif. Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Statistics 13.3 ppg., 8.0 rpg., 1.9 bpg. 13.0 ppg., 8.3 rpg., 1.7 bpg. 8.6 ppg., 83 3FGs, 38.6 3FG%

Others Returning Rico Gathers Gary Franklin Taurean Prince

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Statistics 5.7 ppg., 5.7 rpg. 4.0 ppg., 1.1 apg., 0.9 rpg. 3.7 ppg., 2.2 rpg.

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Name Royce O’Neale Kenny Chery Rico Gathers Gary Franklin Brady Heslip Johnathan Motley Chad Rykhoek Logan Lowery Isaiah Austin Ish Wainright Allerik Freeman Cory Jefferson Taurean Prince

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Tubby Smith

Jaye Crockett

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Starters Returning Cory Jefferson Isaiah Austin Brady Heslip

Starters Returning Jordan Tolbert Dejan Kravic Dusty Hannahs Jamal Williams, Jr.

Pos. F F G G

Statistics 9.9 ppg., 5.5 rpg., 0.3 apg. 9.0 ppg., 5.2 rpg., 1.2 apg. 6.9 ppg., 1.1 rpg., 0.3 apg. 4.7 ppg., 2.1 rpg., 1.3 apg.

Others Returning Jaye Crockett Kader Tapsoba Toddrick Gotcher

Pos. F F G

Statistics 11.9 ppg., 6.5 rpg., 0.7 apg. 2.4 ppg., 1.6 rpg. 2.2 ppg., 1.4 rpg.

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N1 __________ANGELO STATE (Exh.) N8 ____________HOUSTON BAPTIST N11 __________NORTHERN ARIZONA N14 ________________@Alabama N18 __________TEXAS SOUTHERN^ N21 ________SOUTH DAKOTA STATE^ N25 ____________vs. Pittsburgh^ N26 ________vs. Houston/Stanford^ N29 __________________UTSA D3__________________@Arizona D15 __________CENTRAL ARKANSAS D18 ____________________LSU D21 ____________@Arizona State D30 __________MOUNT ST. MARY’S J4 ________________IOWA STATE* J6______________WEST VIRGINIA* J11 __________________@Texas* J15 ________________BAYLOR* J18 __________________@TCU* J22 ____________@West Virginia* J25 ______________OKLAHOMA* J28 ____________@Kansas State* F1 ____________________TCU* F8 ____________OKLAHOMA STATE* F12 ______________@Oklahoma* F15 ______________@Iowa State* F18 ________________KANSAS* F22 __________@Oklahoma State* F25 ____________KANSAS STATE* M1 ________________@Baylor* M5 ________________@Kansas* M8 __________________TEXAS* M12-15 ______Big 12 Championship

Pos. Ht. F 6-6 G 5-11 F 6-8 F 6-2 G 6-2 F 6-9 F/C 6-11 F 6-6 C 7-1 G/F 6-5 G 6-3 F 6-9 F 6-7

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Hometown Killeen, Texas Montreal, Quebec LaPlace, La. Inglewood, Calif. Burlington, Ontario Houston, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Kingwood, Texas Arlington, Texas Kansas City, Mo. Charlotte, N.C. Killeen, Texas San Antonio, Texas

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Name Randy Onwuasor Dusty Hannahs Dejan Kravic Kader Tapsoba Luke Adams Robert Turner Aaron Ross Toddrick Gotcher Jamal Williams, Jr. Jaye Crockett Jordan Tolbert Alex Foster Clark Lammert

Pos. Ht. G 6-3 G 6-4 F 6-11 F 6-10 G 5-9 G 6-1 F 6-8 G 6-4 G 6-4 F 6-7 F 6-7 F 6-8 F 6-8

Wt. Cl. 190 Fr. 210 So. 240 Sr. 225 Sr. 170 Jr. 180 Jr. 235 RFr. 195 So. 190 Sr. 200 Sr. 225 Jr. 215 Fr. 210 Jr.

Hometown Inglewood, Calif. Little Rock, Ark. London, Ontario Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso Big Spring, Texas Augusta, Ga. Little Rock, Ark. Garland, Texas Brooklyn, N.Y. Clovis, N.M. Fort Worth, Texas Chicago, Ill. San Antonio, Texas


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Tournament History Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Championship Game (seed) (1) Kansas 87, (10) Missouri 60 (1) Kansas 72, (3) Oklahoma 58 (3) Kansas 53, (5) Oklahoma State 37 (1) Iowa State 70, (3) Oklahoma 58 (3) Oklahoma 54, (4) Texas 45 (2) Oklahoma 64, (1) Kansas 55 (2) Oklahoma 49, (5) Missouri 47 (1) Oklahoma State 65, (2) Texas 49 (3) Oklahoma State 72, (4) Texas Tech 68 (2) Kansas 80, (1) Texas 68 (1) Kansas 88, (2) Texas 84 (OT) (2) Kansas 84, (1) Texas 74 (3) Missouri 73, (9) Baylor 60 (1) Kansas 72, (2) Kansas State 64 (1) Kansas 85, (2) Texas 73 (2) Missouri 90, (4) Baylor 75 (1) Kansas 70, (2) Kansas State 54

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Most Outstanding Player Paul Pierce, Kansas Paul Pierce, Kansas Jeff Boschee, Kansas Marcus Fizer, Iowa State Nolan Johnson, Oklahoma Hollis Price, Oklahoma Hollis Price, Oklahoma Tony Allen, Oklahoma State Joey Graham, Oklahoma State Mario Chalmers, Kansas Kevin Durant, Texas Brandon Rush, Kansas DeMarre Carroll, Missouri Sherron Collins, Kansas Marcus Morris, Kansas Kim English, Missouri Jeff Withey, Kansas

Tournament Site Address: 1407 Grand Boulevard, Kansas City, MO 64106 Capacity: 18,897 Date Opened: October 10, 2007 Cost: $276 million Total Square Feet: 666,480 General Information: (816) 949.7000 Tickets: (800) 745.3000

Ticket Information Number of Sessions: 6 Tournament Packages - Includes All Sessions: $330, $300, $240 Individual Session Prices: $55, $50, $40 Availability: www.Big12Sports.com or via member school’s ticket offices

Future Championship Dates 2015: March 11-14 [Sprint Center, Kansas City] 2016: March 9-12 [Sprint Center, Kansas City]

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Overall: 85-24 Home: 73-8 (20-1 at Bramlage Coliseum) Away: 9-13 Neutral: 3-3 Current Streak: Won 10 Last Loss: BYU, 73-64, Paradise Jam, 11/23/2002 Last Loss in a Home Season Opener: Southern Miss, 74-60, 11/27/1993 n Conference Openers

Overall: 50-50 (6-11 in Big 12 era) Home: 34-18 (4-2 Big 12) Away: 16-32 (2-9 Big 12) Ranked Teams: 5-10 Current Streak: Won 1 Last Win: vs. Oklahoma State, 73-67, 1/5/2013 Last Loss: at Kansas, 67-49, 1/4/2012 Records vs. Big 12: vs. Baylor: 0-0 vs. Iowa State: 9-6 [6-2 home, 3-4 road] vs. Kansas: 3-8 [1-4 home, 2-4 road] vs. Oklahoma: 5-8 [4-4 home, 1-4 road] vs. Oklahoma State: 7-4 [3-0 home, 4-4 road] vs. Texas: 0-0 vs. TCU: 0-0 vs. Texas Tech: 1-1 [1-0 home, 0-1 road] vs. West Virginia: 0-0

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Overall: 10-8 As Home Team: 5-1 (Hy-Vee Wildcat Classic considered home game) Big 12 Championship: 4-5 vs. Ranked Teams: 4-4 Current Streak: Lost 2 Last Win: vs. Oklahoma State, 68-57, 3/15/2013 Last Loss: vs. La Salle, 63-61, 3/22/2013 12/4/2007________________________K-State 87, Florida A&M 60# 3/14/2008 ________________________Texas A&M 63, K-State 60^ 12/11/2008______________________K-State 74, Southern Miss 55# 11/28/2009 __________________________K-State 70, IUPUI 57# 3/11/2010 ____________________K-State 83, Oklahoma State 64^ 3/12/2010 __________________________K-State 82, Baylor 75^ 3/13/2010__________________________Kansas 72, K-State 64^$ 11/22/2010 ________________________K-State 81, Gonzaga 64* 11/23/2010 __________________________Duke 82, K-State 68* 12/21/2010 __________________________UNLV 63, K-State 59# 3/10/2011 ________________________Colorado 87, K-State 75^ 12/17/2011 ________________________K-State 71, Alabama 58# 3/8/2012____________________________Baylor 82, K-State 74^ 12/22/2012 __________________________K-State 67, Florida 61# 3/14/2013 __________________________K-State 66, Texas 49^ 3/15/2013 ____________________K-State 68, Oklahoma State 57^ 3/16/2013 __________________________Kansas 70, K-State 54$ 3/22/2013 __________________________La Salle 63, K-State 61+ n INTRUST Bank Arena Games

Overall: 0-1 As Home Team: 0-0 (Wichita Wildcat Classic considered neutral site game) vs. Ranked Teams: 0-0 Current Streak: Lost 1 Last Win: n/a Last Loss: vs. West Virginia, 80-85 [2 OTs], 12/8/2011 12/8/2011 __________________West Virginia 85, K-State 80 [2 OTs] #Hy-Vee Wildcat Classic ^Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship $Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship Game *O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic +NCAA West Regional Second Round

1/17/1964 ____________________________K-State 92, Peru 60 11/23/1973 ________________________K-State 74, Yugoslavia 62 1/19/1978 ________________________K-State 57, Soviet Union 54 11/29/1979 __________K-State, 122, University of Windsor (Canada) 39 7/4/1981 ____________________________K-State 87, Japan 68* 7/5/1981 ______________________K-State 88, Czechslovakia 70* 7/7/1981____________________________K-State 114, China 80* 7/9/1981 ______________________K-State 79, Czechslovakia 73* 7/11/1981____________________________K-State 99, Japan 64* 7/12/1981____________________________K-State 90, China 60* 11/17/1983______________K-State 79, Brandon University (Canada) 48 11/14/1987 ______________________K-State 88, Spirit Express 51 11/18/1988__________________________K-State 85, Denmark 66 1988 ________________________K-State 97, Athletes in Action 91 11/9/1989 __________________K-State 101, Brisbane (Australia) 66 11/18/1989____________________K-State 106, Athletes in Action 94 11/14/1990 ____________K-State 89, Czechslovakian National Team 80 11/19/1990 ______________________K-State 90, Michigan AAU 81 11/7/1991 ________________K-State 63, Ukrainan National Team 57 11/15/1991 ______________________K-State 111, Michigan AAU 90 11/18/1992 ________________________K-State 92, Fort Hood 77 11/23/1992 __________________K-State 84, Cuban National Team 72 5/15/1993__________________Finnish National Team 81, K-State 68# 5/16/1993____________Finnish National Under-22 Team 82, K-State 74# 5/18/1993____________K-State 73, Finnish National Under-22 Team 72# 5/19/1993 ________________Finnish National Team 103, K-State 82# 5/21/1993 __________________Polish National Team 64, K-State 62# 5/22/1993 ________________Swedish National Team 72, K-State 60# 5/23/1993 __________________Czech National Team 89, K-State 58# 11/17/1993 ________________K-State 85, Slovenia National Team 51 11/22/1993 ________________________K-State 101, Fort Hood 80 11/8/1994____________________K-State 99, Russian Select Team 62 11/11/1994 ______________________Marathon Oil 89, K-State 83 11/11/1995 __________________K-State 74, Zagreb Club (Croatia) 61 11/18/1995 ______________________K-State 92, Pella Windows 86 11/15/1996 __________________Adelaide (Australia) 74, K-State 62 11/8/1996 ________________________K-State 80, NBC Thunder 63 11/7/1997 ________________________NBC Thunder 85, K-State 73 11/10/1997 ____________________K-State 97, California All-Stars 89 11/3/1998 ____________________California All-Stars 77, K-State 74 11/7/1998 ________________________NBC Thunder 83, K-State 79 11/5/1999 ____________________K-State 79, California All-Stars 78 11/11/1999 ______________________NBC Thunder 75, K-State 59 11/6/2000 ____________________Global Sports 78, K-State 73 (OT) 11/14/2000 ____________________K-State 97, California All-Stars 96 11/1/2001 ________________________Global Sports 58, K-State 57 11/8/2001 ________________________K-State 74, NBC Thunder 64 11/7/2002 ____________________K-State 91, EA Sports All-Stars 81 11/13/2002 ______________________K-State 95, Athletes First 68 11/6/2003 ____________________EA Sports All-Stars 79, K-State 67 11/15/2003 ______________________K-State 70, Global Sports 68 10/9/2004 ________________K-State 80, Simon Fraser University 73^ 10/10/2004 ____________________K-State 68, Langara College 55^ 10/10/2004 ________University of British Columbia 89, K-State 84 (OT)^ 10/11/2004 ________________K-State 92, University of Victoria 64^ 11/3/2004 ____________________K-State 71, EA Sports All-Stars 59 11/11/2004 ______________________K-State 88, Pittsburg State 69 11/3/2005 ____________________K-State 62, EA Sports All-Stars 53 11/10/2005 ______________________K-State 79, Emporia State 75 11/4/2006 ____________________K-State 94, Washburn 90 (3 OTs) 11/3/2007 ______________________K-State 95, Fort Hays State 59 11/9/2008 __________________________K-State 81, Washburn 57 11/8/2009 ______________________K-State 89, Pittsburg State 53 11/2/2010 __________________________K-State 83, Newman 56 11/7/2010 __________________________K-State 90, Washburn 44 11/6/2011 ______________________K-State 90, Fort Hays State 60 8/10/2012 __________________Sao Jose dos Campos 81, K-State 67% 8/11/2012 ____________________K-State 79, Mogi Das Cruzes 72% 8/12/2012 __________________K-State 59, Pindamonhangaba 42% 8/13/2012 __________________________Tijuca 77, K-State 75% 10/30/2012 ________________________K-State 81, Washburn 61 11/4/2012 ______________________K-State 81, Emporia State 51 n Miscellaneous Exhibition Records

Overall: 54-18 Home: 42-9 (36-9 at Bramlage Coliseum) Away: 8-7 Neutral: 4-2 Current Streak: Won 2 Last Loss: Tijuca, 77-75, 8/13/2012 Last Loss in a Home Game: EA Sports All-Stars, 79-67, 11/6/2003 All games played in Manhattan unless noted. *The third annual Kirin World Basketball Championships featured games at various locations in Japan. K-State, representing the U.S., won the title with a 6-0 record. #K-State played seven games at various locations in the Netherlands, including Stockholm, Sweden and Helsinki, Finland. ^Exhibition tour to Vancouver, British Columbia. %Exhibition tour to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


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3-20-48 ________Baylor 60-52+ __________Kansas City 12-16-49________K-State 78-30 __________Manhattan 1-30-60 ________K-State 77-63 __________Manhattan 12-9-66 ________K-State 77-70 __________Manhattan First Year of Bramlage Coliseum 12-7-88 ________K-State 84-60 __________Manhattan 12-4-89 ________K-State 60-53 ______________Waco First Year of Big 12 Conference 2-26-97 ________Baylor 75-58 ____________Manhattan 1-10-98 ________Baylor 73-62 ______________Waco 2-13-99 ________K-State 77-68 __________Manhattan 3-1-00 ________Baylor 67-66 ______________Waco 1-13-01 ________Baylor 63-55 ____________Manhattan 1-16-02 ________Baylor 73-70 ______________Waco 3-7-02 ________K-State 74-73 (OT)^ ______Kansas City 2-19-03 ________Baylor 66-57 ____________Manhattan 3-3-04 ________K-State 64-62 ______________Waco 2-23-05 ________K-State 80-69 __________Manhattan 2-1-06 ________Baylor 72-70 (OT) ____________Waco 1-17-07 ________K-State 69-60 __________Manhattan 2-23-08 ________Baylor 92-86 ______________Waco 1-21-09________Baylor 83-65 ____________Manhattan 1-26-10 ________K-State 76-74 ______________Waco 3-12-10 ________K-State 82-75^ __________Kansas City 1-24-11 ________K-State 69-61 __________Manhattan 1-10-12 ________Baylor 75-73 ____________Manhattan 2-18-12 ________K-State 57-56 ______________Waco 3-8-12 ________Baylor 82-74^ __________Kansas City 2-16-13 ________K-State 81-61 __________Manhattan 3-2-13 ________K-State 64-61 ______________Waco n Iowa State

K-State leads 135-80 Home: 78-25, Away: 50-46, Neutral: 7-9 Bramlage Coliseum: 18-7 Big 12 play: 18-17, Big 12 Championship: 0-1 Overtime: 9-2 Bruce Weber vs. ISU: 2-1 (1-0 home, 0-1 away, 1-0 neutral) Fred Hoiberg vs. K-State: 4-4 (3-2 home, 1-2 away) Weber vs. Hoiberg: 1-1 (1-0 home, 0-1 away) Most Points: 108 (108-93) in Ames, 1-29-1975 Fewest Points: 40, twice Last time: 40 (40-59) in Ames, 2-12-1983 Biggest Win: 42 (99-57) in Manhattan, 1-16-1950 Biggest Loss: 35 (74-39) in Ames, 2-18-1946 Longest Winning Streak: 11 (1949-53, 1960-64) Longest Losing Streak: 6 (1928-31) Current Streak: K-State, 1 Last 10: K-State leads 6-4 1-12-09 ________K-State 42-32 __________Manhattan 1-9-14 ________K-State 19-7 ____________Manhattan 1-10-14 ________Iowa State 14-18 ________Manhattan 2-26-15 ________Iowa State 25-19 ________Manhattan 2-27-15 ________Iowa State 15-14 ________Manhattan 1-19-18 ________K-State 33-27 __________Manhattan 2-23-18 ________K-State 22-18 ______________Ames 2-11-19 ________K-State 22-18 ______________Ames 2-12-19 ________K-State 27-17 ______________Ames 2-13-20 ________K-State 37-20 __________Manhattan 2-14-20 ________K-State 27-21 __________Manhattan 1-21-21 ________Iowa State 27-17 ____________Ames 1-22-21 ________K-State 25-21 ______________Ames 1-16-22 ________Iowa State 36-26 ________Manhattan 2-24-22 ________Iowa State 28-22 ________Manhattan 2-5-23 ________Iowa State 22-14 ________Manhattan 3-1-23 ________Iowa State 14-12 ____________Ames 3-1-24 ________K-State 24-20 ______________Ames 2-7-24 ________K-State 18-17 __________Manhattan 1-17-25 ________K-State 33-19 __________Manhattan 2-3-25 ________K-State 34-20 ______________Ames 2-13-26 ________K-State 34-10 __________Manhattan 3-4-26 ________K-State 23-22 ______________Ames 1-14-27 ________K-State 31-24 __________Manhattan 2-25-27 ________Iowa State 36-23 ____________Ames 1-18-28 ________K-State 38-28 __________Manhattan 2-10-28 ________Iowa State 39-38 ____________Ames 1-11-29 ________Iowa State 41-30 ____________Ames 2-16-29 ________Iowa State 44-35 ________Manhattan 1-31-30 ________Iowa State 25-24 ____________Ames 2-21-30 ________Iowa State 37-21 ________Manhattan

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Kansas leads 186-91 Home: 45-75, Away: 35-84, Neutral: 11-27 Bramlage Coliseum: 2-23 Big 12 play: 3-38, Big 12 Championship: 0-8 Overtime: 5-9 Bruce Weber vs. KU: 0-4 (0-1 home, 0-1 away, 0-2 neutral) Bill Self vs. K-State: 18-3 (9-1 home, 8-2 away, 4-0 neutral) Weber vs. Self: 1-5 (1-1 home, 0-2 away, 0-2 neutral) Most Points: 96 (96-69) in Manhattan, 1-20-1979 Fewest Points: 39 (39-50) in Lawrence, 1-20-1947 Biggest Win: 29 (38-9) in Manhattan, 2-2-1917 Biggest Loss: 45 (45-90) in Manhattan, 3-10-1995 Longest Winning Streak: 5 (1972-74, 1982-83) Longest Losing Streak: 31 (1994-2005) Current Streak: Kansas, 5 Last 10: Kansas leads 9-1 1-25-07 ________Kansas 54-39 ____________Lawrence 2-11-07 ________K-State 29-25 __________Manhattan 1-31-08 ________Kansas 50-12 ____________Lawrence 12-14-08________Kansas 42-27 __________Manhattan 1-27-10 ________Kansas 44-19 ____________Lawrence 1-27-12 ________Kansas 37-24 ____________Lawrence 2-29-12 ________K-State 33-28 __________Manhattan 1-21-13 ________K-State 39-21 ____________Lawrence 1-22-13 ________K-State 27-25 ____________Lawrence 1-30-13 ________Kansas 34-19 __________Manhattan 1-31-13 ________Kansas 30-20 __________Manhattan 1-22-14 ________Kansas 44-26 __________Manhattan 1-23-14 ________K-State 29-25 __________Manhattan 1-30-14 ________Kansas 28-24 ____________Lawrence 1-31-14 ________Kansas 41-16 ____________Lawrence 1-28-15 ________Kansas 38-22 __________Manhattan 1-29-15 ________Kansas 36-32 __________Manhattan 2-10-15 ________K-State 21-18 ____________Lawrence 2-11-15 ________Kansas 39-20 ____________Lawrence 2-17-16 ________K-State 38-28 __________Manhattan 2-18-16 ________K-State 45-21 __________Manhattan 1-21-16 ________K-State 26-12 ____________Lawrence 1-20-16 ________K-State 31-18 ____________Lawrence 1-23-17 ________Kansas 34-16 ____________Lawrence 1-24-17 ________Kansas 27-19 ____________Lawrence 2-2-17 ________K-State 38-9 ____________Manhattan 2-3-17 ________K-State 32-29 __________Manhattan 1-30-18 ________K-State 36-23 ____________Lawrence 1-31-18 ________Kansas 35-32 ____________Lawrence 3-4-18 ________Kansas 35-33 __________Manhattan 3-5-18 ________K-State 32-25 __________Manhattan 2-6-19 ________K-State 33-30 __________Manhattan 2-7-19 ________K-State 41-27 __________Manhattan 2-27-19 ________K-State 37-22 ____________Lawrence 2-28-19 ________K-State 31-18 ____________Lawrence 2-6-20 ________Kansas 33-18 __________Manhattan 2-7-20 ________K-State 26-12 __________Manhattan 3-9-20 ________Kansas 30-24 ____________Lawrence 3-10-20 ________Kansas 31-23 ____________Lawrence 2-4-21 ________K-State 31-18 ____________Lawrence 2-5-21 ________K-State 24-22 ____________Lawrence 2-18-21 ________K-State 36-30 __________Manhattan 2-19-21 ________K-State 26-18 __________Manhattan 2-9-22 ________Kansas 32-23 __________Manhattan 2-28-22 ________Kansas 44-26 ____________Lawrence 2-7-23 ________Kansas 44-23 ____________Lawrence 2-21-23 ________Kansas 24-17 __________Manhattan 1-22-24 ________Kansas 36-21 __________Manhattan 2-12-24 ________Kansas 23-15 ____________Lawrence 1-14-25 ________K-State 40-28 ____________Lawrence 2-24-25 ________Kansas 27-17 __________Manhattan 1-13-26 ________Kansas 26-15 __________Manhattan 3-1-26 ________Kansas 34-29 ____________Lawrence 2-9-27 ________Kansas 35-34 ____________Lawrence 3-4-27 ________Kansas 29-24 __________Manhattan 12-16-27________K-State 20-13 ____________Lawrence 3-7-28 ________K-State 40-30 __________Manhattan 2-2-29 ________Kansas 31-24 ____________Lawrence 3-5-29 ________K-State 36-35 __________Manhattan 2-5-30 ________Kansas 29-26 __________Manhattan 2-18-30 ________Kansas 32-30 ____________Lawrence 1-17-31 ________Kansas 37-29 __________Manhattan 2-17-31 ________Kansas 40-26 ____________Lawrence 12-16-31________Kansas 27-25 __________Manhattan 12-11-31________Kansas 32-30 ____________Lawrence 1-15-32 ________Kansas 27-26 ____________Lawrence 2-12-32 ________Kansas 30-22 __________Manhattan 12-2-32 ________K-State 31-27 ____________Lawrence 12-7-32 ________K-State 15-11 __________Manhattan 1-10-33 ________Kansas 36-24 ____________Lawrence 2-25-33 ________Kansas 33-25 __________Manhattan 12-12-33________Kansas 27-13 ____________Lawrence 12-15-33________Kansas 34-20 __________Manhattan 1-20-34 ________Kansas 32-24 ____________Lawrence 2-24-34 ________Kansas 39-23 __________Manhattan 12-14-34________K-State 39-35 (OT) ________Lawrence 12-18-34________Kansas 40-26 __________Manhattan 1-11-35 ________Kansas 40-14 ____________Lawrence 1-26-35 ________Kansas 43-37 ____________Lawrence 2-22-35 ________Kansas 39-33 __________Manhattan 2-23-35 ________Kansas 36-30 __________Manhattan

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Home: 9-5, Away: 5-5, Neutral: 2-2 Bramlage Coliseum: 6-5 Big 12 play: 11-11, Big 12 Championship: 2-1 Overtime: 1-1 Bruce Weber vs. Baylor: 2-0 (1-0 home, 1-0 away) Scott Drew vs. K-State: 5-9 (2-3 home, 2-5 away, 1-1 neutral) Weber vs. Drew: 2-0 (1-0 home, 1-0 away, 0-0 neutral) Most Points: 84 (84-60) in Manhattan, 12-7-1988 Fewest Points: 52 (52-60) in Kansas City, 3-20-1948 Biggest Win: 48 (78-30) in Manhattan, 12-16-1949 Biggest Loss: 18 (83-65) in Manhattan, 1-21-2009 Longest Winning Streak: 5 (1949-89) Longest Losing Streak: 3 (2000-02) Current Streak: K-State, 2 (2013-present) Last 10: K-State leads 6-4

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èRoger Craft (1951-55) scored the first points in Allen Fieldhouse history in the Wildcats’ 77-67 loss to the Jayhawks on March 1, 1955.

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Oklahoma leads 104-93 Home: 56-36, Away: 26-59, Neutral: 11-9 Bramlage Coliseum: 10-8 Big 12 play: 8-12, Big 12 Championship: 0-1 Overtime: 3-3 Bruce Weber vs. OU: 2-0 (1-0 home, 1-0 away) Lon Kruger vs. K-State: 4-3 (2-1 home, 2-1 away, 0-1 neutral) Weber vs. Kruger: 3-0 (1-0 home, 1-0 away, 1-0 neutral) Most Points: 108 (108-71) in Manhattan, 2-26-1981 Fewest Points: 30 (30-50) in Manhattan, 1-18-1947 Biggest Win: 45 (90-45) in Manhattan, 1-12-1959 Biggest Loss: 41 (76-117) in Manhattan, 1-18-1992 Longest Winning Streak: 14 (1951-56) Longest Losing Streak: 11 (1982-87) Current Streak: K-State, 4 Last 10: K-State leads 6-4 1-23-20 ________K-State 37-18 __________Manhattan 1-24-20 ________K-State 21-14 __________Manhattan 2-20-20 ________Oklahoma 28-26 __________Norman 2-21-20 ________Oklahoma 37-28 __________Norman 1-14-21 ________K-State 28-16 __________Manhattan 1-15-21 ________K-State 23-9 ____________Manhattan 1-20-22 ________Oklahoma 31-26 __________Norman 2-10-22 ________Oklahoma 32-21 ________Manhattan 1-19-23 ________Oklahoma 23-18 ________Manhattan 2-26-23 ________Oklahoma 40-25 __________Norman 1-5-24 ________Oklahoma 29-15 ________Manhattan 1-24-24 ________Oklahoma 34-22 __________Norman 2-6-25 ________Oklahoma 35-23 ________Manhattan 2-28-25 ________K-State 34-29 ____________Norman 2-5-27 ________Oklahoma 35-20 __________Norman 2-19-27 ________K-State 29-19 __________Manhattan 1-14-28 ________Oklahoma 40-29 __________Norman 2-24-28 ________Oklahoma 40-27 ________Manhattan 1-15-29 ________Oklahoma 44-23 ________Manhattan 2-23-29 ________Oklahoma 41-28 __________Norman 1-21-30 ________K-State 24-23 __________Manhattan 2-24-30 ________K-State 37-32 ____________Norman

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K-State leads 74-49 Home: 36-15, Away: 24-30, Neutral: 14-4 Bramlage Coliseum: 8-9 Big 12 play: 7-14, Big 12 Championship: 2-0 Overtime: 4-1 Bruce Weber vs. OSU: 3-1 (1-0 home, 0-1 away, 2-0 neutral) Travis Ford vs. K-State: 4-6 (3-1 home, 1-3 away, 0-2 neutral) Weber vs. Ford: 2-1 (1-0 home, 0-1 away, 1-0 neutral) Most Points: 91 (91-67) in Stillwater, 2-26-1973 Fewest Points: 34 (34-72) in Stillwater, 1-6-1992 Biggest Win: 38 (62-24) in Stillwater, 2-25-1929 Biggest Loss: 38 (34-72) in Stillwater, 1-6-1992 Longest Winning Streak: 17 (1929-62) Longest Losing Streak: 7 (1990-92) Current Streak: K-State, 1 Last 10: K-State leads 6-4

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69-58 ____________Stillwater 1-28-61 ________K-State 45-43 __________Manhattan 1-13-62 ________K-State 50-44 __________Manhattan 3-5-62 ________OSU 78-68 ______________Stillwater 12-28-62 _______K-State 52-44% __________Kansas City 1-26-63 ________K-State 57-44 __________Manhattan 3-2-63 ________K-State 56-54 ____________Stillwater 12-30-63________K-State 58-55% __________Kansas City 1-13-64 ________OSU 77-58 ______________Stillwater 3-2-64 ________K-State 63-59 (OT) ________Manhattan 2-13-65 ________OSU 52-49 ____________Manhattan 3-1-65 ________OSU 69-60 ______________Stillwater 1-8-66 ________K-State 67-47 ____________Stillwater 2-5-66 ________K-State 50-44 __________Manhattan 1-21-67 ________K-State 75-50 ____________Stillwater 3-4-67 ________K-State 51-49 __________Manhattan 1-6-68 ________K-State 56-46 ____________Stillwater 3-9-68 ________K-State 49-47 __________Manhattan 12-28-68________OSU 60-52% ____________Kansas City 2-1-69 ________OSU 64-59 ______________Stillwater 2-22-69 ________K-State 58-50 __________Manhattan 12-26-69________K-State 51-49% __________Kansas City 1-5-70 ________K-State 72-56 __________Manhattan 1-26-70 ________K-State 71-60 ____________Stillwater 12-29-70________K-State 67-64% __________Kansas City 2-8-71 ________OSU 51-50 ____________Manhattan 2-27-71 ________K-State 69-58 ____________Stillwater 1-22-72 ________K-State 66-64 ____________Stillwater 2-21-72 ________K-State 74-52 __________Manhattan 1-27-73 ________K-State 74-64 __________Manhattan 2-26-73 ________K-State 91-67 ____________Stillwater 1-14-74 ________K-State 72-69 ____________Stillwater 2-4-74 ________K-State 65-48 __________Manhattan 2-8-75 ________K-State 87-74 ____________Stillwater 3-8-75 ________K-State 72-63 __________Manhattan 2-7-76 ________K-State 60-55 __________Manhattan 3-6-76 ________K-State 82-78 (OT) ________Stillwater 12-27-76________K-State 74-56% __________Kansas City 1-19-77 ________K-State 72-67 ____________Stillwater 2-16-77 ________K-State 74-67 __________Manhattan 1-18-78 ________K-State 62-59 __________Manhattan 2-15-78 ________OSU 67-65 ______________Stillwater 1-24-79 ________K-State 77-73 (OT) ________Stillwater 2-14-79 ________K-State 59-50 __________Manhattan 1-9-80 ________K-State 60-59 ____________Stillwater 2-9-80 ________K-State 82-72 __________Manhattan 1-21-81 ________OSU 90-83 ____________Manhattan 2-11-81 ________K-State 73-70 ____________Stillwater 1-27-82 ________OSU 56-53 ______________Stillwater 2-17-82 ________OSU 72-62 ____________Manhattan 2-1-83 ________OSU 71-47 ______________Stillwater 2-23-83 ________OSU 76-58 ____________Manhattan 3-8-83 ________OSU 75-61 ______________Stillwater 1-18-84 ________OSU 60-58 ______________Stillwater 2-18-84 ________K-State 72-56 __________Manhattan 1-23-85 ________K-State 88-83 __________Manhattan 2-13-85 ________OSU 81-77 ______________Stillwater 1-29-86 ________OSU 86-70 ______________Stillwater 2-19-86 ________■ K-State 78-73__________Manhattan 1-28-87 ________K-State 88-77 ____________Stillwater 2-17-87 ________K-State 81-60 __________Manhattan 1-23-88 ________K-State 76-60 ____________Stillwater 2-27-88 ________K-State 59-58 __________Manhattan First Year of Bramlage Coliseum 1-25-89 ________OSU 89-71 ______________Stillwater 2-25-89 ________K-State 69-62 __________Manhattan 1-31-90 ________OSU 89-67 ______________Stillwater 2-20-90 ________K-State 69-66 __________Manhattan 3-9-90 ________OSU 82-78^ ____________Kansas City 1-26-91 ________OSU 85-70 ______________Stillwater 2-19-91 ________OSU 76-65 ____________Manhattan 3-8-91 ________OSU 77-66^ ____________Kansas City 1-6-92 ________OSU 72-34 ______________Stillwater 3-7-92 ________OSU 77-69 ____________Manhattan 3-13-92 ________OSU 81-57^ ____________Kansas City 1-9-93 ________K-State 75-62 (OT) ________Stillwater 2-27-93 ________OSU 78-61 ____________Manhattan 1-15-94 ________OSU 71-61 ____________Manhattan 2-2-94 ________OSU 80-59 ______________Stillwater 1-7-95 ________K-State 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K-State leads 16-10 Home: 8-3, Away: 6-6, Neutral: 2-1 Bramlage Coliseum: 6-3 Big 12 play: 10-10, Big 12 Championship: 1-1 Overtime: 1-1 Bruce Weber vs. Texas: 3-1 (1-0 home, 1-0 away, 1-1 neutral) Rick Barnes vs. K-State: 9-10 (5-4 home, 3-5 away, 1-1 neutral) Weber vs. Barnes: 3-1 (1-0 home, 1-0 away, 1-1 neutral) Most Points: 87 (87-60) in Manhattan, 12-8-1971 Fewest Points: 41 (41-63) in Austin, 1-10-2001 Biggest Win: 27 (87-60) in Manhattan, 12-8-1971 Biggest Loss: 41 (63-104) in Austin, 1-12-1997 Longest Winning Streak: 5 (1971-84) Longest Losing Streak: 3 (1999-2001) Current Streak: K-State, 3 Last 10: K-State leads 7-3 12-8-71 ________K-State 87-60 __________Manhattan 3-16-72 ________K-State 66-55+ __________Ames, Iowa 12-6-73 ________K-State 71-63 ______________Austin 1-8-83 ________K-State 51-43 ______________Austin 1-4-84 ________K-State 64-54 __________Manhattan First Year of Big 12 Conference 1-12-97 ________Texas 104-63 ______________Austin 2-11-98 ________K-State 81-77 __________Manhattan 1-16-99 ________Texas 65-59 ______________Austin 3-4-00 ________Texas 99-70 ____________Manhattan 1-10-01 ________Texas 63-41 ______________Austin 1-30-02 ________K-State 71-70 __________Manhattan 3-4-03 ________Texas 74-60 ______________Austin 3-6-04 ________K-State 58-48 __________Manhattan 2-12-05 ________Texas 75-72 (OT) ____________Austin 2-22-06 ________Texas 65-64 ____________Manhattan 2-3-07 ________K-State 73-72 ______________Austin 2-25-08 ________Texas 74-65 ____________Manhattan 1-31-09 ________K-State 85-81 (OT) __________Austin 3-12-09 ________Texas 61-58^ ________Oklahoma City 1-18-10 ________K-State 71-62 __________Manhattan 2-28-11 ________K-State 75-70 ______________Austin 1-18-12 ________K-State 84-80 __________Manhattan 2-11-12 ________Texas 75-64 ______________Austin 1-30-13 ________K-State 83-57 __________Manhattan 2-23-13 ________K-State 81-69 ______________Austin 3-14-13 ________K-State 66-49^ __________Kansas City n TCU

3-5-13 ________K-State 79-68 __________Manhattan n Texas Tech

K-State leads 18-12 Home: 11-3, Away: 6-7, Neutral: 1-2 Bramlage Coliseum: 7-3 Big 12 play: 11-11, Big 12 Championship: 1-2 Overtime: 0-0 Bruce Weber vs. Tech: 3-0 (1-0 home, 1-0 away, 1-0 neutral) Tubby Smith vs. K-State: 0-0 Weber vs. Smith: 6-3 (3-1 home, 2-2 away, 1-0 neutral) Most Points: 90 (90-84) in Manhattan, 12-3-1956 Fewest Points: 49 (49-74) in Lubbock, 1-6-2002 Biggest Win: 34 (94-60) in Manhattan, 1-15-2011 Biggest Loss: 25 (74-49) in Lubbock, 1-6-2002 Longest Winning Streak: 7 (2009-present) Longest Losing Streak: 5 (2004-07) Current Streak: K-State, 7 Last 10: K-State leads 8-2 12-6-55 ________K-State 89-70 __________Manhattan 12-3-56 ________K-State 90-84 ____________Lubbock 12-16-65________K-State 74-68 __________Manhattan 12-16-66________K-State 66-58 ____________Lubbock 12-7-74 ________K-State 88-65 __________Manhattan 11-29-75________Texas Tech 66-58 __________Lubbock 12-7-85 ________K-State 80-57 __________Manhattan 12-4-86 ________K-State 73-72 ____________Lubbock First Year of Big 12 Conference 1-18-97 ________■ Texas Tech 73-64 ________Manhattan 3-6-97 ________■ Texas Tech 73-57^ ______Kansas City 1-21-98 ________Texas Tech 79-76 __________Lubbock 1-9-99 ________K-State 82-63 __________Manhattan 2-26-00 ________Texas Tech 75-64 __________Lubbock 2-18-01 ________K-State 73-54 __________Manhattan 1-6-02 ________Texas Tech 74-49 __________Lubbock 1-11-03 ________K-State 68-44 __________Manhattan 2-14-04 ________Texas Tech 82-71 __________Lubbock 1-12-05 ________Texas Tech 79-76 ________Manhattan 2-15-06 ________Texas Tech 70-56 __________Lubbock 3-9-06 ________Texas Tech 73-65 ____________Dallas 1-8-07 ________Texas Tech 62-52 ________Manhattan 3-9-07 ________K-State 66-45^ ________Oklahoma City 2-13-08 ________Texas Tech 84-75 __________Lubbock 2-11-09 ________K-State 85-73 __________Manhattan 2-23-10 ________K-State 83-64 ____________Lubbock 1-15-11 ________K-State 94-60 __________Manhattan 1-25-12 ________K-State 69-47 ____________Lubbock 2-7-12 ________K-State 65-46 __________Manhattan 2-5-13 ________K-State 68-59 ____________Lubbock 2-25-13 ________K-State 75-55 __________Manhattan n West Virginia

K-State leads 3-1 Home: 1-0, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 0-1 Bramlage Coliseum: 1-0 Big 12 play: 2-0, Big 12 Championship: 0-0 Overtime: 0-1 Bruce Weber vs. WVU: 2-0 (1-0 home, 1-0 away) Bob Huggins vs. K-State: 1-2 (0-1 home, 0-1 away, 1-0 neutral) Weber vs. Huggins: 4-0 (1-0 home, 1-0 away, 2-0 neutral) Most Points: 80 (80-85, 2 OTs) in Wichita, Kan., 12-8-2011 Fewest Points: 49 (49-44) in Morgantown, 12-12-1949 Biggest Win: 10 (71-61) in Manhattan, 2-18-2013 Biggest Loss: 5 (80-85, 2 OTs) in Wichita, Kan., 12-8-2011 Longest Winning Streak: 2 (2013-present) Longest Losing Streak: 1 (2011) Current Streak: K-State, 2 Last 10: n/a 12-12-49________K-State 49-44 __________Morgantown 12-8-11 ________WVU 85-80 (2 OTs) ______Wichita, Kan. 1-12-13 ________K-State 65-64 __________Morgantown 2-18-13 ________K-State 71-61 __________Manhattan

K-State leads 5-2 Home: 3-1, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 0-1 Bramlage Coliseum: 1-1 Big 12 play: 2-0, Big 12 Championship: 0-0 Overtime: 0-0 Bruce Weber vs TCU: 2-0 (1-0 home, 1-0 away) Trent Johnson vs. K-State: 0-2 (0-1 home, 0-1 away) Weber vs. Johnson: 2-0 (1-0 home, 1-0 away) Most Points: 79, twice Last time: 79 (79-68) in Manhattan, 3-5-2013 Fewest Points: 67 (67-54) in Fort Worth, 1-16-2013 Biggest Win: 58 (75-17) in Manhattan, 12-11-1947 Biggest Loss: 5 (72-77) in Wichita, Kan., 3-15-1968 Longest Winning Streak: 2, twice Longest Losing Streak: 1, twice Current Streak: K-State, 2 Last 10: n/a

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later forfeited + NCAA Tournament # NIT % Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament ^ Big 8/12 Championship

12-11-47________K-State 75-17 __________Manhattan 3-15-68 ________TCU 77-72+ __________Wichita, Kan. 12-19-69________K-State 75-65 __________Fort Worth 12-1-70 ________K-State 79-70 __________Manhattan 3-10-99 ________TCU 72-71# ____________Manhattan 1-16-13 ________K-State 67-54 __________Fort Worth

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n Oklahoma (cont.) 1-31-72 ________K-State 70-58 __________Manhattan 2-26-72 ________K-State 80-71 ____________Norman 1-20-73 ________Oklahoma 81-69 __________Norman 2-24-73 ________K-State 82-78 __________Manhattan 1-12-74 ________Oklahoma 65-63 __________Norman 2-23-74 ________K-State 90-67 __________Manhattan 1-25-75 ________K-State 87-72 __________Manhattan 2-15-75 ________Oklahoma 78-71 __________Norman 1-24-76 ________K-State 65-51 ____________Norman 2-14-76 ________K-State 75-70 __________Manhattan 1-29-77 ________Oklahoma 64-63 __________Norman 2-23-77 ________K-State 68-55 __________Manhattan 1-28-78 ________K-State 73-64 (OT) ________Manhattan 2-25-78 ________K-State 65-54 ____________Norman 2-28-78 ________K-State 52-44 __________Manhattan 12-28-78________Oklahoma 62-61% ________Kansas City 1-31-79 ________Oklahoma 70-62 ________Manhattan 2-24-79 ________Oklahoma 65-52 __________Norman 3-2-79 ________Oklahoma 72-68^ ________Kansas City 1-12-80 ________Oklahoma 72-62 ________Manhattan 2-2-80 ________Oklahoma 56-55 __________Norman 1-24-81 ________Oklahoma 65-63 __________Norman 2-21-81 ________K-State 108-71 __________Manhattan 3-3-81 ________K-State 75-56 __________Manhattan 1-20-82 ________K-State 47-42 __________Manhattan 2-10-82 ________Oklahoma 68-58 __________Norman 3-5-82 ________Oklahoma 68-62^ ________Kansas City 2-9-83 ________Oklahoma 64-62 ________Manhattan 3-5-83 ________Oklahoma 72-70 __________Norman 1-21-84 ________Oklahoma 83-80 ________Manhattan 2-11-84 ________Oklahoma 80-74 __________Norman 1-26-85 ________Oklahoma 94-75 __________Norman 2-9-85 ________Oklahoma 81-75 ________Manhattan 1-25-86 ________Oklahoma 83-80 ________Manhattan 2-11-86 ________Oklahoma 85-77 __________Norman 1-24-87 ________Oklahoma 81-78 ________Manhattan 2-27-87 ________K-State 90-89 ____________Norman 1-16-88 ________K-State 69-62 __________Manhattan 2-13-88 ________Oklahoma 112-95 __________Norman 3-13-88 ________Oklahoma 88-83^ ________Kansas City First Year of Bramlage Coliseum 2-1-89 ________Oklahoma 90-82 ________Manhattan 2-22-89 ________Oklahoma 86-82 __________Norman 1-16-90 ________K-State 66-51 __________Manhattan 2-14-90 ________Oklahoma 85-69 __________Norman 2-5-91 ________K-State 95-70 __________Manhattan 3-2-91 ________K-State 101-98 (OT) ________Norman 1-18-92 ________Oklahoma 117-76 ________Manhattan 2-16-92 ________Oklahoma 104-75 __________Norman 2-3-93 ________K-State 62-61 (OT) ________Manhattan 2-23-93 ________K-State 67-63 ____________Norman 1-26-94 ________Oklahoma 87-77 __________Norman 2-19-94 ________K-State 89-76 __________Manhattan 1-25-95 ________K-State 87-77 __________Manhattan 2-8-95 ________Oklahoma 81-66 __________Norman 1-9-96 ________Oklahoma 64-59 ________Manhattan 1-20-96 ________K-State 75-60 ____________Norman First Year of Big 12 Conference 2-8-97 ________K-State 67-63 __________Manhattan 1-7-98 ________Oklahoma 71-64 __________Norman 1-23-99 ________K-State 66-51 __________Manhattan 2-8-00 ________Oklahoma 85-64 __________Norman 1-20-01 ________Oklahoma 64-63 (OT) ______Manhattan 2-16-02 ________Oklahoma 73-62 __________Norman 3-8-02 ________Oklahoma 63-52^ ________Kansas City 2-1-03 ________Oklahoma 91-89 (OT) ______Manhattan 1-24-04 ________Oklahoma 61-49 __________Norman 2-19-05 ________Oklahoma 69-68 ________Manhattan 2-25-06 ________Oklahoma 71-70 __________Norman 3-3-07 ________K-State 72-61 __________Manhattan 1-12-08 ________K-State 84-82 ____________Norman 1-10-09 ________Oklahoma 61-53 ________Manhattan 2-20-10 ________K-State 83-68 ____________Norman 2-19-11 ________K-State 77-62 __________Manhattan 1-14-12 ________Oklahoma 82-73 __________Norman 1-28-12 ________Oklahoma 63-60 ________Manhattan 1-19-13 ________K-State 69-60 __________Manhattan 2-2-13 ________K-State 52-50 ____________Norman

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n Abilene Christian

n Belmont

n Central Missouri

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-9-86 _____K-State 91-69 __________Manhattan 12-11-86 _____K-State 90-67 __________Manhattan

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-29-05 _____K-State 66-62 __________Manhattan

n Air Force

K-State leads 3-0

Home: 4-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-0 1-23-13 _____CMSU 22-23 __________Warrensburg 3-2-16 _____K-State 39-33 __________Manhattan 1-5-34 _____CMSU 21-36 __________Warrensburg 12-15-75 _____K-State 77-57 __________Manhattan 12-18-76 _____K-State 85-55 __________Manhattan 1-3-05 _____K-State 80-58 __________Manhattan

K-State leads 2-0

K-State leads 1-0 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-7-63 _____K-State 58-42 __________Manhattan

n Akron

K-State leads 3-0 Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-19-88 _____K-State 70-68 ______________Akron 1-24-90 _____K-State 84-60 __________Manhattan 11-24-90 _____K-State 61-54 __________Manhattan

n Alabama

K-State leads 2-1 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 1-0 11-16-94 _____Alabama 79-48 __________Tuscaloosa 12-19-09 _____K-State 87-74 __________Mobile, Ala. 12-17-11 _____K-State 71-58 __________Kansas City

n Alabama-Huntsville K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-13-12 _____K-State 87-26 __________Manhattan

n Alabama State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-14-94 _____K-State 99-81 __________Manhattan

n Alcorn State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-6-10 _____K-State 89-55 __________Manhattan

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n Arizona

K-State leads 8-5 Home: 5-0, Away: 2-5, Neutral: 1-0 3-21-51 _____K-State 61-59+ __________Kansas City 12-8-51 _____K-State 76-57 ______________Tucson 1-5-52 _____K-State 78-52 __________Manhattan 12-6-54 _____Arizona 86-81______________Tucson 12-18-61 _____K-State 59-43 __________Manhattan 12-23-72 _____K-State 85-69 __________Manhattan 12-19-73 _____Arizona 74-72______________Tucson 12-14-74 _____Arizona 67-65______________Tucson 12-8-75 _____K-State 71-61 __________Manhattan 12-6-80 _____K-State 55-53 ______________Tucson 12-9-81 _____K-State 63-55 __________Manhattan 12-30-97 _____Arizona 125-87 ____________Tucson 11-16-99 _____Arizona 88-69______________Tucson

n Arizona State Series Tied 4-4

Home: 2-1, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 1-1 12-15-62 _____ASU 77-72 __________Lawrence, Kan. 12-8-73 _____ASU 71-66 ____________Manhattan 12-13-74 _____ASU 80-69 ________________Tempe 12-14-77 _____K-State 101-74 ____________Tempe 12-12-79 _____K-State 63-50 __________Manhattan 12-8-80 _____ASU 84-61 ________________Tempe 12-20-82 _____K-State 49-46 __________Manhattan 11-24-98 _____K-State 84-80 (OT) ____________Maui

n Arkansas K-State leads 8-3

Home: 2-1, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 5-0 12-14-46 _____K-State 56-41 __________Kansas City 1-26-57 _____K-State 70-56 __________Manhattan 12-16-57 _____K-State 63-48 __________Fayetteville 1-15-75 _____K-State 73-71 (OT) ________Manhattan 12-20-76 _____Arkansas 80-65 __________Fayetteville 12-30-79 _____K-State 66-57 __________Minneapolis 3-6-80 _____K-State 71-53+ ________Lincoln, Neb. 12-27-80 _____K-State 47-46 (OT) ________Kansas City 3-14-82 _____K-State 65-64+ ____________Dallas 12-1-90 _____Arkansas 112-88 ________Fayetteville 12-10-91 _____Arkansas 70-59 __________Manhattan

n Arkansas-Little Rock K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-14-97 _____K-State 67-51 __________Manhattan

n Arkansas-Pine Bluff K-State leads 4-0

Home: 4-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-23-96 _____K-State 69-63 __________Manhattan 12-4-02 _____K-State 76-39 __________Manhattan 11-29-04 _____K-State 76-42 __________Manhattan 12-21-09 _____K-State 90-76 __________Manhattan

n Arkansas State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-29-76 _____K-State 83-61 __________Manhattan

n Army

Army leads 1-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 12-16-77 _____Army 57-55 ______________El Paso

K-State leads 1-0

n Bethune-Cookman Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-14-96 _____K-State 62-54 __________Manhattan 12-22-03 _____K-State 66-52 __________Manhattan 12-17-05 _____K-State 74-61 __________Manhattan

n Birmingham-Southern Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-21-03 _____K-State 70-50 __________Manhattan

n Charleston Southern

n Boston College Series Tied 1-1

n Boston University K-State leads 1-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-22-07 _____K-State 73-36 __________Manhattan 1-5-09 _____K-State 99-68 __________Manhattan

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 11-19-09 _____K-State 80-70__________San Juan, P.R.

n Cincinnati

n Bradley Series Tied 2-2

Home: 1-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-1 3-1-47 _____Bradley 48-41 ______________Peoria 3-15-74 _____Bradley 68-64 ____________St. Louis 11-25-95 _____K-State 75-72 (OT) ________Manhattan 12-7-96 _____K-State 73-61 ______________Peoria

n BYU

K-State leads 4-3 Home: 0-0, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 3-1 3-23-51 _____K-State 64-54+ __________Kansas City 12-15-58 _____BYU 77-68 ________________Provo 12-18-59 _____K-State 86-55 ________Lawrence, Kan. 12-3-71 _____BYU 78-72 ________________Provo 12-15-73 _____K-State 95-85 ______________Provo 11-23-02 _____BYU 73-64 __________St. Thomas, V.I. 3-20-10 _____K-State 84-72+ ________Oklahoma City

K-State leads 2-0

Cincinnati leads 6-1 Home: 0-1, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 1-3 3-14-58 _____K-State 83-80 (2 OTs)+ __Lawrence, Kan. 3-14-59 _____Cincinnati 85-75+ ______Lawrence, Kan. 3-18-61 _____Cincinnati 69-64+ ______Lawrence, Kan. 12-14-62 _____Cincinnati 75-61 ________Manhattan 12-23-63 _____Cincinnati 72-70 __________Cincinnati 12-16-67 _____Cincinnati 58-56 (OT) ____Lawrence, Kan. 12-2-68 _____Cincinnati 86-70 __________Cincinnati

n Clemson Series Tied 1-1

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-1 12-28-82 _____K-State 60-54______________El Paso 11-25-98 _____Clemson 79-45 ______________Maui

n Cleveland State K-State leads 3-0

n Butler

Butler leads 1-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-5-06 _____K-State 93-60 __________Manhattan 11-22-08 _____K-State 69-59 ____________Cleveland 12-29-10 _____K-State 85-56 __________Manhattan

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 3-27-10 _____Butler 63-56+ ________Salt Lake City

n Coastal Carolina

n California K-State leads 6-1

Home: 1-0, Away: 2-1, Neutral: 3-0 12-11-51 _____K-State 64-50 ____________Berkeley 12-28-54 _____K-State 88-75 __________Kansas City 12-20-57 _____K-State 58-44______________Seattle 12-12-58 _____K-State 68-65 ____________Berkeley 12-29-95 _____K-State 65-58 ________Oakland, Calif. 11-29-06 _____California 78-48 __________Berkeley 12-9-07 _____K-State 82-75 __________Manhattan

n UC Davis

K-State leads 1-0 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-1-82 _____K-State 84-54 __________Manhattan

n UC Santa Barbara Series Tied 1-1

Home: 0-1, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-22-90 _____UCSB 78-81 ____________Manhattan 12-30-92 _____K-State 60-59 ________Santa Barbara

n Cal Poly Pomona K-State leads 2-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-2-76 _____K-State 87-68 __________Manhattan 12-9-78 _____K-State 87-71 __________Manhattan

n Cal State Bakersfield K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-17-79 _____K-State 106-53 __________Manhattan

n Cal State Fullerton K-State leads 3-0

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-2-67 _____K-State 103-54 __________Manhattan 11-16-98 _____K-State 72-51 __________Manhattan 11-30-05 _____K-State 84-59 __________Manhattan

n Cal State Northridge K-State leads 2-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-23-83 _____K-State 64-50 __________Manhattan 11-30-87 _____K-State 91-46 __________Manhattan

n Canisius Series Tied 1-1

Home: 0-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-30-47 _____K-State 47-45 ____________Buffalo 12-10-49 _____Canisius 54-51 ____________Buffalo

n Centenary K-State leads 2-0

n Central Connecticut State K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-26-93 _____K-State 81-56 __________Manhattan

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-3-81 _____K-State 83-46 __________Manhattan

n Central Florida [UCF]

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Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-11-12 _____K-State 72-67 __________Manhattan

n Chicago State

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-30-94 _____K-State 78-75 ________Tallahassee, Fla.

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-28-89 _____K-State 74-42______________El Paso

K-State leads 1-0

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-1 3-20-75 _____K-State 74-65+ ______Providence, R.I. 3-19-82 _____BC 69-65+ ______________St. Louis

K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 1-0

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 11-22-85 _____K-State 68-56 ______________Maui

n Auburn

n Austin Peay

n Chaminade

K-State leads 1-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-7-83 _____K-State 65-58 __________Manhattan 12-20-08 _____K-State 73-51 __________Manhattan

n Auburn-Montgomery

K-State leads 4-2

K-State leads 2-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 1-6-03 _____K-State 71-59 __________Manhattan 11-23-07 _____K-State 73-71 __________Orlando, Fla.

K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-6-97 _____K-State 101-72 __________Manhattan

n Colorado

K-State leads 96-47 Home: 54-10, Away: 32-33, Neutral: 10-4 12-18-33 _____K-State 24-22 __________Manhattan 1-12-48 _____K-State 65-51 __________Manhattan 2-2-48 _____K-State 50-44 ____________Boulder 1-15-49 _____K-State 48-43 __________Manhattan 1-29-49 _____Colorado 48-41 ____________ Boulder 12-30-49 _____K-State 59-46% __________Kansas City 1-28-50 _____K-State 75-45 ____________Boulder 2-27-50 _____K-State 74-49 __________Manhattan 1-27-51 _____K-State 63-42 __________Manhattan 2-3-51 _____K-State 60-45 ____________Boulder 2-2-52 _____K-State 92-40 __________Manhattan 2-23-52 _____Colorado 67-57 ____________ Boulder 2-21-53 _____K-State 81-56 ____________Boulder 2-28-53 _____K-State 88-69 __________Manhattan 1-9-54 _____K-State 66-60 __________Manhattan 3-6-54 _____Colorado 79-76 ____________Boulder 2-19-55 _____Colorado 61-53 ____________Boulder 2-26-55 _____Colorado 63-60 __________Manhattan 2-4-56 _____K-State 82-51 __________Manhattan 2-11-56 _____Colorado 71-53 ____________Boulder 1-19-57 _____K-State 61-49 ____________Boulder 2-2-57 _____K-State 73-60 __________Manhattan 2-1-58 _____K-State 83-54 __________Manhattan 2-15-58 _____K-State 68-62 ____________Boulder 12-30-58 _____K-State 67-66% __________Kansas City 1-10-59 _____K-State 89-58 __________Manhattan 2-7-59 _____K-State 70-59 ____________Boulder 1-4-60 _____K-State 69-37 __________Manhattan 2-6-60 _____Colorado 65-50 ____________Boulder 2-13-61 ____■Colorado 81-80 __________Boulder 3-11-61 _____K-State 82-65 __________Manhattan 1-6-62 ____Colorado 75-61 ____________Boulder 3-3-62 ____K-State 60-48 __________Manhattan 1-14-63 _____Colorado 70-53 ____________Boulder 3-8-63 _____Colorado 69-56 __________Manhattan 1-6-64 _____Colorado 60-59 __________Manhattan 2-8-64 _____K-State 60-59 (OT) __________Boulder 1-9-65 _____Colorado 80-77 ____________Boulder 2-27-65 _____K-State 65-50 __________Manhattan 12-29-65 _____K-State 87-67% __________Kansas City 2-12-66 _____K-State 65-55 ____________Boulder 2-19-66 ____K-State 68-52 __________Manhattan 1-7-67 _____Colorado 71-68 ____________Boulder 2-18-67 _____K-State 55-53 __________Manhattan 12-29-67 _____K-State 74-69% __________Kansas City 1-15-68 _____K-State 57-56 (OT) __________Boulder 3-2-68 _____K-State 67-56 __________Manhattan 12-30-68 _____Colorado 78-75% ________Kansas City 1-13-69 ____Colorado 73-69 ____________Boulder 2-15-69 _____K-State 70-68 __________Manhattan 2-7-70 _____Colorado 72-59 ____________Boulder 2-26-70 _____K-State 79-69 __________Manhattan 12-28-70 _____Colorado 59-56% ________Kansas City 1-30-71 _____Colorado 86-72 ____________Boulder 2-20-71 _____K-State 84-72 __________Manhattan 2-12-72 _____K-State 89-71 ____________Boulder 3-4-72 _____K-State 73-55 __________Manhattan 2-10-73 _____K-State 81-62 ____________Boulder 3-10-73 _____K-State 76-66 __________Manhattan 12-29-73 ____K-State 84-82% __________Kansas City 2-2-74 ____K-State 57-56 __________Manhattan 2-16-74 _____K-State 76-74 ____________Boulder 1-22-75 _____K-State 87-72 ____________Boulder 2-12-75 _____K-State 80-66 __________Manhattan

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12-30-75 _____K-State 60-55% __________Kansas City 1-21-76 _____K-State 70-63 __________Manhattan 2-11-76 _____K-State 57-47 ____________Boulder 12-30-76 ____K-State 62-55% __________Kansas City 1-15-77 _____Colorado 78-75 ____________Boulder 2-5-77 _____K-State 73-61 __________Manhattan 12-27-77 ____K-State 82-72% __________Kansas City 1-14-78 _____K-State 68-52 __________Manhattan 2-4-78 _____K-State 86-80 ____________Boulder 1-10-79 ____K-State 58-56 __________Manhattan 2-10-79 _____K-State 59-57 ____________Boulder 1-16-80 ____K-State 71-65 ____________Boulder 2-6-80 _____K-State 62-61 (OT) ________Manhattan 1-17-81 ____K-State 63-62 (OT) __________Boulder 2-7-81 _____K-State 82-62 __________Manhattan 3-6-81 _____K-State 64-61^ __________Kansas City 1-16-82 ____K-State 78-68 ____________Boulder 2-6-82 _____K-State 65-58 __________Manhattan 1-13-83 ____K-State 62-56 __________Manhattan 2-19-83 _____Colorado 66-65 ____________Boulder 1-25-84 ____Colorado 74-66 ____________Boulder 2-15-84 _____K-State 74-64 __________Manhattan 1-19-85 ____Colorado 74-63 ____________Boulder 2-23-85 _____K-State 76-67 __________Manhattan 1-18-86 ____■K-State 77-69 (OT) ________Boulder 2-8-86 _____■K-State 79-53 __________Manhattan 1-21-87 ____K-State 92-61 ____________Boulder 2-11-87 _____K-State 74-56 __________Manhattan 1-27-88 ____K-State 68-60 ____________Boulder 2-16-88 _____K-State 83-65 __________Manhattan 1-18-89 ____K-State 98-84 __________Manhattan 2-15-89 _____K-State 87-79 ____________Boulder 1-13-90 ____Colorado 79-62 ____________Boulder 2-10-90 _____K-State 93-65 __________Manhattan 2-2-91 ____K-State 73-72 __________Manhattan 2-13-91 _____Colorado 85-71 ____________Boulder 2-1-92 _____K-State 62-56 __________Manhattan 2-26-92 _____K-State 74-66 ____________Boulder 1-16-93 _____K-State 83-78 (OT) ________Manhattan 2-16-93 _____Colorado 88-77 ____________Boulder 1-22-94 _____K-State 71-65 __________Manhattan 2-5-94 _____Colorado 67-61 ____________Boulder 2-11-95 _____Colorado 84-68 ____________Boulder 3-4-95 _____Colorado 70-51 __________Manhattan 1-13-96 _____K-State 70-57 ____________Boulder 2-7-96 _____Colorado 64-63 (OT) ______Manhattan 1-29-97 _____Colorado 69-60 __________Manhattan 2-19-97 _____Colorado 67-57 ____________Boulder 1-25-98 _____K-State 78-60 __________Manhattan 1-31-98 _____Colorado 77-66 ____________Boulder 3-5-98 _____K-State 75-61^ __________Kansas City 1-20-99 _____K-State 76-52 __________Manhattan 2-27-99 _____Colorado 69-60 ____________Boulder 1-22-00 _____Colorado 78-70 ____________Boulder 2-5-00 _____Colorado 67-63 __________Manhattan 2-10-01 _____Colorado 70-63 __________Manhattan 3-3-01 _____K-State 72-67 ____________Boulder 1-22-02 _____Colorado 85-71 ____________Boulder 2-20-02 _____K-State 66-64 __________Manhattan 1-15-03 _____Colorado 69-63 ____________Boulder 2-11-03 _____K-State 62-54 __________Manhattan 3-13-03 _____Colorado 77-76^ ____________Dallas 2-7-04 _____Colorado 82-81 ____________Boulder 2-21-04 _____Colorado 72-62 __________Manhattan 2-5-05 _____Colorado 70-60 __________Manhattan 2-26-05 _____K-State 84-82 ____________Boulder 1-28-06 _____Colorado 79-75 ____________Boulder 2-18-06 _____K-State 72-60 __________Manhattan 2-10-07 _____K-State 78-59 __________Manhattan 2-24-07 _____K-State 87-71 ____________Boulder 1-23-08 _____K-State 72-56 ____________Boulder 3-4-08 _____K-State 78-72 __________Manhattan 1-24-09 _____K-State 77-75 (OT) __________Boulder 3-7-09 _____K-State 76-64 __________Manhattan 1-16-10 _____K-State 87-81 ____________Boulder 2-13-10 _____K-State 68-51 __________Manhattan 1-12-11 _____Colorado 74-66 __________Manhattan 2-12-11 _____Colorado 58-56 ____________Boulder 3-10-11 _____Colorado 87-75^ ________Kansas City

n Colorado State K-State leads 7-5

Home: 7-0, Away: 0-5, Neutral: 0-0 12-30-37 _____CSU 50-40 ____________Fort Collins 12-16-38 _____K-State 44-32 __________Manhattan 12-17-38 _____K-State 31-20 __________Manhattan 12-15-39 _____K-State 42-36 __________Manhattan 12-16-39 _____CSU 52-44 ____________Fort Collins 12-10-41 _____K-State 30-25 __________Manhattan 12-11-41 _____K-State 37-35 __________Manhattan 12-20-45 _____CSU 52-43 ____________Fort Collins 12-21-45 _____CSU 60-37 ____________Fort Collins 12-21-60 _____K-State 63-56 __________Manhattan 12-7-05 _____K-State 71-67 __________Manhattan 12-2-06 _____CSU 84-83 ____________Fort Collins

n Colorado State-Pueblo K-State leads 4-0

Home: 4-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-27-82 _____K-State 72-57 __________Manhattan 1-14-84 _____K-State 59-44 __________Manhattan 12-1-84 _____K-State 72-59 __________Manhattan 11-30-85 _____K-State 95-57 __________Manhattan

n Coppin State K-State leads 6-0

Home: 6-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-1-92 _____K-State 85-61 __________Manhattan 12-4-93 _____K-State 73-54 __________Manhattan 12-10-94 _____K-State 66-56 __________Manhattan 12-12-96 _____K-State 84-80 (OT) ________Manhattan 12-21-98 _____K-State 62-36 __________Manhattan 11-25-06 _____K-State 68-57 __________Manhattan

n Creighton

Creighton leads 8-7 Home: 5-0, Away: 2-7, Neutral: 0-1 2-17-26 _____Creighton 27-23 ____________Omaha 1-8-27 _____Creighton 39-33 ____________Omaha 1-12-29 _____Creighton 50-25 ____________Omaha 12-20-33 _____Creighton 55-21 ____________Omaha 1-18-38 _____Creighton 44-39 ____________Omaha 1-9-40 _____K-State 50-44 __________Manhattan

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12-2-64 _____K-State 96-82 __________Manhattan 12-1-65 _____Creighton 83-75 ____________Omaha 2-12-68 _____K-State 85-75 __________Manhattan 12-14-68 _____Creighton 63-62 __________Nashville 12-5-69 _____K-State 64-56 ____________Omaha 12-13-71 _____K-State 90-68 __________Manhattan 1-13-76 _____Creighton 79-76 (OT) ________Omaha 12-9-86 _____K-State 81-64 __________Manhattan 12-5-87 _____K-State 88-78 ____________Omaha

n Davidson K-State leads 1-0

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-28-97 _____K-State 70-63 __________Tucson, Ariz.

n Dayton

K-State leads 1-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 11-22-09 _____K-State 83-75__________San Juan, P.R.

n Delaware K-State leads 1-0

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 11-21-12 _____K-State 66-63__________New York City

n Delaware State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-7-91 _____K-State 115-54 __________Manhattan

n Denver

K-State leads 4-0 Home: 4-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-15-51 _____K-State 65-55 __________Manhattan 12-5-53 _____K-State 70-41 __________Manhattan 12-18-63 _____K-State 72-65 __________Manhattan 11-24-04 _____K-State 60-56 __________Manhattan

n DePaul

Series Tied 3-3 Home: 0-2, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 3-0 2-22-39 _____DePaul 34-30 __________Manhattan 1-8-40 _____DePaul 56-30 ____________Chicago 3-13-59 _____K-State 102-70+ ______Lawrence, Kan. 12-19-70 _____K-State 78-68 ________Lexington, Ky. 3-19-88 _____K-State 66-58+ ______South Bend, Ind. 3-19-07 _____DePaul 70-65# __________Manhattan

n Drake

K-State leads 20-6 Home: 10-2, Away: 10-4, Neutral: 0-0 1-26-18 _____K-State 37-13 __________Manhattan 2-21-18 _____K-State 19-16 __________Des Moines 2-22-18 _____K-State 31-15 __________Des Moines 2-12-19 _____K-State 43-24 __________Des Moines 2-13-19 _____K-State 37-19 __________Des Moines 1-25-21 _____K-State 27-20 __________Des Moines 2-29-22 _____Drake 32-23 ____________Manhattan 3-1-22 _____Drake 38-26 ____________Des Moines 1-16-23 _____Drake 38-12 ____________Manhattan 3-3-23 _____Drake 31-12 ____________Des Moines 2-9-24 _____K-State 30-25 __________Des Moines 3-4-24 _____K-State 22-21 __________Manhattan 1-19-25 _____K-State 38-17 __________Manhattan 2-2-25 _____K-State 28-24 __________Des Moines 1-21-27 _____K-State 45-17 __________Manhattan 2-26-27 _____K-State 39-10 __________Des Moines 1-28-28 _____K-State 34-22 __________Manhattan 2-11-28 _____K-State 46-30 __________Des Moines 2-4-46 _____K-State 41-39 __________Manhattan 2-19-46 _____Drake 52-23 ____________Des Moines 12-6-46 _____K-State 46-43 (OT) ________Des Moines 12-19-46 _____K-State 74-37 __________Manhattan 1-24-48 _____K-State 56-45 __________Manhattan 12-6-52 _____K-State 79-73 (OT) ________Manhattan 12-12-55 _____Drake 70-64 ____________Des Moines 12-18-56 _____K-State 90-41 __________Manhattan

n Duke

Duke leads 1-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 11-23-10 _____Duke 82-68 ____________Kansas City

n Eastern Illinois K-State leads 2-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-10-81 _____K-State 74-62 __________Manhattan 12-30-04 _____K-State 81-63 __________Manhattan

n Eastern Kentucky Series Tied 1-1

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 12-29-45 _____EKU 54-47 ____________Kansas City 12-1-72 _____K-State 87-59 __________Manhattan

n Eastern Washington K-State leads 3-0

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-12-84 _____K-State 64-57 __________Manhattan 1-9-85 _____K-State 81-43 __________Manhattan 12-16-00 _____K-State 70-56 __________Manhattan

n Emporia State [Kan.] K-State leads 12-8

Home: 10-4, Away: 2-4, Neutral: 0-0 3-2-06 _____K-State 48-13 __________Manhattan 3-15-06 _____ESU 23-20 ______________Emporia 2-21-08 _____ESU 39-35 ______________Emporia 1-24-12 _____ESU 24-16 ____________Manhattan 1-14-13 _____K-State 44-19 __________Manhattan 2-20-13 _____K-State 40-22 __________Manhattan 2-3-14 _____K-State 40-15 __________Manhattan 1-27-16 _____K-State 26-19 __________Manhattan 2-19-17 _____K-State 33-29 __________Manhattan 2-22-19 _____K-State 31-18 __________Manhattan 1-25-22 _____ESU 22-14 ____________Manhattan 12-29-33 ____ESU 31-19 ____________Manhattan 12-27-33 _____ESU 24-21 ______________Emporia 12-20-38 _____ESU 41-37 ______________Emporia 1-4-39 _____ESU 36-33 ____________Manhattan 12-1-48 _____K-State 60-49 ____________Emporia 12-3-49 _____K-State 59-50 ____________Emporia 11-29-95 _____K-State 63-57 __________Manhattan


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n Evansville Series Tied 1-1

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n Houston

K-State leads 5-3

n Florida

n Howard

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 12-18-10 _____Florida 57-44 __________Sunrise, Fla. 12-22-12 _____K-State 67-61 __________Kansas City

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-7-94 _____K-State 93-61 __________Manhattan 12-31-11 _____K-State 82-46 __________Manhattan

n Florida A&M

n Idaho State

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-27-90 _____K-State 93-48 __________Manhattan 12-17-07 _____K-State 87-60 __________Kansas City 11-14-08 _____K-State 96-57 __________Manhattan

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-3-09 _____K-State 83-57 __________Manhattan

n Fairleigh Dickinson K-State leads 1-0

Series Tied 1-1

K-State leads 3-0

n Florida State K-State leads 2-0

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 2-0 12-10-66 _____K-State 81-58 ________Lawrence, Kan. 11-9-89 _____K-State 71-70 ______Anchorage, Alaska

n Fort Hays State [Kan.] K-State leads 3-2

Home: 3-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-8-36 _____FHSU 25-47 ____________Manhattan 12-14-38 _____FHSU 30-32 ________________Hays 12-2-46 _____K-State 48-40 __________Manhattan 1947 _____K-State 60-32 __________Manhattan 12-1-09 _____K-State 83-76 __________Manhattan

n Fresno State K-State leads 3-1

Home: 2-1, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-31-80 _____K-State 47-39 __________Manhattan 11-28-87 _____K-State 65-50 ______________Fresno 12-2-89 _____FSU 60-58 ____________Manhattan 3-24-94 _____K-State 115-77#__________Manhattan

n Gardner-Webb K-State leads 3-0

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-1-01 _____K-State 75-57 __________Manhattan 11-29-03 _____K-State 68-65 __________Manhattan 12-14-08 _____K-State 107-48 __________Manhattan

n George Mason George Mason leads 1-0

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 11-22-07 _____GMU 87-77____________Orlando, Fla.

n George Washington K-State leads 2-1

Home: 1-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-28-40 _____GWU 48-25 ________Washington, D.C. 12-1-11 _____K-State 69-56 __________Manhattan 12-8-12 _____K-State 65-62 ______Washington, D.C.

n Georgia

K-State leads 1-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 3-12-87 _____K-State 82-79 (OT)+______Salt Lake City

n Georgia Southern K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-18-05 _____K-State 83-58 __________Manhattan

n Georgia State K-State leads 2-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-29-98 _____K-State 78-71 __________Manhattan 11-29-99 _____K-State 74-61 ____________Atlanta

K-State leads 2-0

K-State leads 1-0

n Illinois

Illinois leads 8-2 Home: 1-3, Away: 0-5, Neutral: 1-0 1-4-26 _____Illinois 30-29 __________Champaign 1-2-41 _____Illinois 45-29 __________Champaign 3-14-51 _____K-State 91-72 __________Manhattan 3-19-81 _____K-State 57-52+ ________Salt Lake City 12-5-81 _____Illinois 55-49 __________Champaign 12-8-82 _____Illinois 59-55 __________Manhattan 12-5-94 _____Illinois 76-69 __________Manhattan 12-4-95 _____Illinois 82-56 __________Champaign 12-11-99 _____Illinois 81-48 __________Champaign 12-2-00 _____Illinois 76-56 __________Manhattan

n Illinois State K-State leads 2-0

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12-19-98 _____K-State 67-39 __________Manhattan 12-30-03 _____UMKC 93-52 ____________Kansas City 12-23-10 _____K-State 80-64 __________Manhattan 12-29-12 _____K-State 52-44 __________Manhattan

n Kennesaw State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-17-06 _____K-State 82-54 __________Manhattan

n Kentucky

Kentucky leads 8-0 Home: 0-3, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-3 1-1-40 _____Kentucky 53-26 __________Lexington 12-20-40 _____Kentucky 28-25 __________Manhattan 3-27-51 _____Kentucky 68-58+ ________Minneapolis 12-23-61 _____Kentucky 80-67 __________Lexington 12-23-66 _____Kentucky 83-79 __________Manhattan 12-6-71 _____Kentucky 71-64 __________Manhattan 3-16-76 _____Kentucky 81-78#________New York City 11-28-08 _____Kentucky 74-72 __________Las Vegas

K-State leads 2-1 Home: 2-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-15-90 _____K-State 81-64 __________Manhattan 12-21-91 _____Lamar 116-75 __________Beaumont 11-21-12 _____K-State 79-55 __________Manhattan

n La Salle

K-State leads 3-1 Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 1-1 3-17-88 _____K-State 66-53+ ______South Bend, Ind. 1-5-93 _____K-State 79-59 __________Manhattan 1-5-94 _____K-State 67-63 __________Philadelphia 3-22-13 _____La Salle 63-61 __________Kansas City

K-State leads 2-0

n Long Beach State K-State leads 4-2

Home: 2-1, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 1-0 12-23-78 _____LBSU 75-69 ____________Long Beach 1-2-80 _____K-State 90-67 __________Manhattan 11-22-97 _____K-State 89-50 __________Manhattan 12-12-98 _____K-State 90-77 __________Long Beach 1-4-00 _____LBSU 70-64 ____________Manhattan 12-25-11 _____K-State 77-60 ____________Honolulu

n Long Island Series Tied 3-3

Home: 2-0, Away: 1-3, Neutral: 0-0 1-6-48 _____Long Island 65-47 __________Brooklyn 12-18-48 _____Long Island 63-60 __________Brooklyn 12-8-49 _____K-State 58-51 ____________Brooklyn 12-2-50 _____Long Island 60-59 __________Brooklyn 1-31-51 _____K-State 85-65 __________Manhattan 12-7-93 _____K-State 85-60 __________Manhattan

n Longwood K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-5-05 _____K-State 89-60 __________Manhattan

n Louisiana K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 3-15-73 _____K-State 66-63+____________Houston

n Louisiana Tech K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-1-75 _____K-State 86-49 __________Manhattan

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-1-69 _____K-State 99-63 __________Manhattan

n Louisville

Louisville leads 4-1

n Iowa

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-1 3-22-94 _____K-State 66-64# __________Manhattan 11-22-10 _____K-State 81-64 __________Kansas City 12-15-12 _____Gonzaga 68-52 ____________Seattle

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-1-86 _____K-State 93-57 __________Manhattan

Home: 3-0, Away: 1-3, Neutral: 0-1 12-7-46 _____Iowa 54-41 ______________Iowa City 12-22-56 _____Iowa 85-83 ______________Iowa City 12-14-57 _____K-State 86-69 __________Manhattan 12-13-72 _____K-State 68-62 ____________Iowa City 12-11-73 _____K-State 105-67 __________Manhattan 12-23-00 _____K-State 86-78 __________Manhattan 12-22-01 _____Iowa 89-70 ______________Iowa City 11-29-08 _____Iowa 65-63______________Las Vegas

n Green Bay

n IUPUI

n Loyola [Md.]

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-20-01 _____K-State 68-55 __________Manhattan 12-7-02 _____Green Bay 64-68 __________Green Bay

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-28-09 _____K-State 70-57 __________Kansas City

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-28-95 _____K-State 76-69 __________Manhattan

n Hampton

n James Madison K-State leads 1-0

n Loyola Chicago

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-12-10 _____K-State 75-61 __________Manhattan

Home: 4-0, Away: 1-4, Neutral: 0-0 12-15-36 _____Loyola 44-32______________Chicago 12-11-64 _____K-State 77-67 __________Manhattan 1-29-66 _____Loyola 76-70______________Chicago 11-25-83 _____Loyola 71-62 __________Rosemont, Ill. 12-1-98 _____K-State 80-52 __________Manhattan 12-19-99 _____Loyola 69-64______________Chicago 11-13-09 _____K-State 92-54 __________Manhattan 12-11-10 _____K-State 68-60 ____________Chicago 11-14-11 _____K-State 74-61 __________Manhattan

n Grand Canyon K-State leads 1-0

Series Tied 1-1

K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-20-00 _____K-State 86-71 __________Manhattan

n Hawai’i

K-State leads 2-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 1-0 11-10-89 _____K-State 79-76 ______Anchorage, Alaska 12-18-93 _____K-State 65-61 ____________Honolulu

n Hofstra

K-State leads 1-0 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-9-74 _____K-State 92-60 __________Manhattan

n Holy Cross Series Tied 1-1

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-1 3-23-48 _____Holy Cross 60-54+ ______New York City

K-State leads 1-0

n Kansas City [UMKC] K-State leads 16-1

Home: 10-0, Away: 6-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-2-87 _____K-State 81-54 __________Manhattan 12-17-88 _____K-State 83-57 __________Kansas City 12-6-89 _____K-State 78-57 __________Manhattan 1-15-91 _____K-State 76-62 __________Kansas City 1-21-91 _____K-State 86-62 __________Manhattan 1-29-92 _____K-State 72-53 __________Manhattan 12-18-92 _____K-State 66-64 __________Kansas City 12-22-93 _____K-State 70-66 __________Kansas City 2-22-94 _____K-State 71-58 __________Manhattan 12-2-94 _____K-State 80-48 __________Manhattan 12-22-95 _____K-State 69-54 __________Kansas City 11-22-96 _____K-State 73-53 __________Manhattan 12-3-97 _____K-State 71-50 __________Kansas City

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12-22-82 _____Marquette 61-51 ________Milwaukee 12-15-84 _____K-State 55-54 __________Milwaukee 1-2-86 _____K-State 56-55 __________Manhattan 1-7-87 _____K-State 85-84 __________Milwaukee 1-3-88 _____K-State 78-57 __________Kansas City

n Marshall

K-State leads 3-1 Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-1 12-28-45 _____Marshall 88-42 __________Kansas City 12-9-93 _____K-State 100-57 __________Manhattan 12-22-94 _____K-State 87-81 __________Huntington 12-2-95 _____K-State 106-88 __________Manhattan

n Maryland

Maryland leads 1-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-11-65 _____Maryland 63-57__________Manhattan

n Maryland-Eastern Shore K-State leads 1-0

n Memphis

n Lamar

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-20-02 _____K-State 88-64 __________Manhattan 11-25-03 _____K-State 92-57 __________Manhattan

Series Tied 4-4

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Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-5-92 _____K-State 86-63 __________Manhattan

n Gonzaga

K-State leads 2-1

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Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-19-06 _____K-State 79-58 __________Manhattan 11-22-11 _____K-State 92-50 __________Manhattan

n Indiana

n Indiana State

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K-State leads 1-0

n Lipscomb

Home: 7-7, Away: 4-11, Neutral: 1-1 12-14-36 _____Indiana 60-33__________Bloomington 12-15-47 _____K-State 61-53 __________Kansas City 12-16-48 _____Indiana 56-35__________Bloomington 12-16-50 _____Indiana 58-52 __________Manhattan 12-22-51 _____Indiana 80-75__________Bloomington 12-13-52 _____K-State 82-80 __________Manhattan 12-7-53 _____Indiana 92-66__________Bloomington 12-21-54 _____K-State 91-74 __________Manhattan 12-10-55 _____Indiana 96-72__________Bloomington 12-15-56 _____K-State 84-77 (OT) ________Manhattan 12-7-57 _____K-State 66-61 __________Bloomington 12-6-58 _____K-State 82-79 (OT) ________Manhattan 12-14-59 _____Indiana 67-58__________Bloomington 12-5-60 _____Indiana 98-80 __________Manhattan 12-9-61 _____K-State 88-78 __________Bloomington 12-21-62 _____K-State 88-72 __________Manhattan 12-9-63 _____K-State 93-84 __________Bloomington 12-5-64 _____Indiana 74-70 __________Manhattan 12-13-65 _____K-State 103-76 ________Bloomington 12-12-66 _____K-State 82-69 __________Manhattan 12-11-67 _____Indiana 89-83__________Bloomington 12-9-68 _____K-State 87-83 (OT) ________Manhattan 12-8-69 _____Indiana 102-95 ________Bloomington 12-5-70 _____Indiana 75-72 __________Manhattan 12-23-80 _____Indiana 51-44 __________Manhattan 12-19-81 _____Indiana 58-49__________Bloomington 12-18-82 _____Indiana 48-46 __________Manhattan 12-21-83 _____Indiana 56-53 (OT) ______Bloomington 12-22-84 _____Indiana 70-58 __________Manhattan 12-10-85 _____Indiana 78-71__________Bloomington 11-23-98 _____Indiana 71-70 ______________Maui

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n Lafayette

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-19-86 _____K-State 87-86 (OT) ________Nashville 3-18-09 _____K-State 83-79 (OT)# ______Manhattan

Indiana leads 19-12

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Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-3 3-16-68 _____Louisville 93-63+ __________Wichita 3-18-72 _____Louisville 72-65+ ________Ames, Iowa 1-5-79 _____Louisville 85-73 __________Louisville 3-8-80 _____Louisville 71-69 (OT)+ ____Lincoln, Neb. 1-3-81 _____K-State 64-47 __________Manhattan

n Loyola [Calif.] K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-15-55 _____K-State 92-66 __________Manhattan

K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 5-4

n Marquette K-State leads 7-3

Home: 3-0, Away: 3-2, Neutral: 1-1 1-10-53 _____K-State 88-72 __________Manhattan 12-15-61 _____K-State 80-64 __________Milwaukee 12-10-62 _____Marquette 72-71 ________Milwaukee 3-17-77 _____Marquette 67-66+ ______Oklahoma City 1-6-82 _____K-State 70-65 __________Manhattan

Memphis leads 2-1 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-1 3-17-73 _____Memphis 92-72+ __________Houston 12-8-99 _____K-State 62-61 __________Manhattan 12-30-00 _____Memphis 81-58 __________Memphis

n Mercer

K-State lead 1-0 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-29-97 _____K-State 89-60 __________Manhattan

n Michigan

Michigan leads 3-1 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-3 3-21-64 _____Michigan 100-90+ ________Kansas City 11-23-85 _____Michigan 80-58______________Maui 11-25-02 _____K-State 82-71 ________St. Thomas, V.I. 11-23-12 _____Michigan 71-57 ________New York City

n Michigan State Michigan State leads 5-2

Home: 0-2, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 1-1 12-20-52 _____MSU 80-63 ____________East Lansing 1-5-54 _____MSU 78-63 ____________Manhattan 12-17-60 _____K-State 104-82 ________Lawrence, Kan. 12-1-62 _____K-State 66-56 __________East Lansing 11-11-89 _____MSU 72-68 ________Anchorage, Alaska 12-16-95 _____MSU 67-54 ____________Manhattan 12-21-96 _____MSU 75-43 ____________East Lansing

n Minnesota

Minnesota leads 8-7 Home: 3-3, Away: 3-4, Neutral: 1-1 12-19-36 _____K-State 37-36 __________Minneapolis 12-30-50 _____K-State 70-62 __________Kansas City 12-20-56 _____Minnesota 80-72 ________Minneapolis 1-6-58 _____Minnesota 72-71 ________Manhattan 12-3-62 _____Minnesota 73-62 ________Minneapolis 11-30-63 _____Minnesota 76-66 ________Manhattan 12-1-66 _____Minnesota 60-59 ________Manhattan 12-5-67 _____K-State 81-56 __________Minneapolis 12-23-76 _____oK-State 62-60__________Minneapolis 12-5-78 _____K-State 72-62 __________Manhattan 12-22-79 _____Minnesota 78-61 ________Minneapolis 12-21-81 _____K-State 62-52 __________Manhattan 1-7-89 _____Minnesota 72-67 ________Minneapolis 3-16-89 _____Minnesota 86-75+ ____Greensboro, N.C. 12-16-89 _____K-State 69-68 __________Manhattan

n Mississippi

Mississippi leads 3-0 Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-1 12-5-00 _____Ole Miss 60-46 ____________Oxford 11-24-01 _____Ole Miss 67-65 __________Manhattan 11-20-09 _____Ole Miss 86-74 ________San Juan, P.R.

n Mississippi State K-State leads 3-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-5-84 _____K-State 67-58 __________Manhattan 12-14-85 _____K-State 63-58 ____________Starkville 3-17-94 _____K-State 78-67# __________Manhattan

n Missouri

K-State leads 119-116 Home: 63-43, Away: 41-65, Neutral: 15-8 2-7-07 _____K-State 39-19 __________Manhattan 2-2-09 _____Missouri 31-29 __________Manhattan 1-24-13 _____K-State 31-18 ____________Columbia 1-25-13 _____K-State 34-26 ____________Columbia 2-12-13 _____K-State 26-25 __________Manhattan 2-18-14 _____K-State 35-32 ____________Columbia 2-19-14 _____K-State 22-21 ____________Columbia 2-27-14 ____K-State 32-20 __________Manhattan 2-28-14 _____K-State 34-23 __________Manhattan 2-16-15 _____Missouri 26-16 __________Manhattan 2-17-15 _____Missouri 21-19 __________Manhattan 3-1-15 _____K-State 28-19 ____________Columbia 3-2-15 _____Missouri 32-16 __________Columbia 2-26-16 _____Missouri 22-10 __________Manhattan 2-25-16 _____K-State 27-17 __________Manhattan 3-5-17 _____K-State 26-22 ____________Columbia 3-6-17 _____K-State 32-27 ____________Columbia 2-27-18 _____Missouri 22-19 __________Manhattan 2-28-18 _____Missouri 28-24 __________Manhattan 3-14-19 _____Missouri 47-26 __________Columbia 3-15-19 ____Missouri 38-23 __________Columbia 1-30-20 _____Missouri 21-19 __________Columbia 1-31-20 _____Missouri 33-19 __________Columbia 3-4-20 _____Missouri 29-21 __________Manhattan 3-5-20 _____K-State 29-26 __________Manhattan 2-11-21 _____Missouri 48-18 __________Columbia 2-12-21 ____Missouri 35-26 __________Columbia 3-4-21 _____Missouri 33-19 __________Manhattan 3-5-21 _____K-State 32-24 __________Manhattan 2-3-22 _____Missouri 39-24 __________Manhattan 3-6-22 _____Missouri 32-28 __________Columbia

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1-12-23 _____Missouri 40-17 __________Columbia 2-13-23 _____Missouri 36-10 __________Manhattan 1-31-24 _____K-State 29-26 __________Manhattan 2-26-24 _____K-State 23-15 ____________Columbia 2-9-25 _____Missouri 28-24 __________Manhattan 3-4-25 _____K-State 43-32 ____________Columbia 2-5-26 _____Missouri 25-24 __________Columbia 2-20-26 _____K-State 26-22 __________Manhattan 1-9-28 _____Missouri 44-33 __________Manhattan 3-2-28 ____Missouri 41-31 __________Columbia 1-19-29 _____Missouri 51-36 __________Columbia 2-8-29 _____Missouri 35-25 __________Manhattan 1-13-30 _____Missouri 34-21 __________Columbia 2-14-30 _____K-State 37-35 __________Manhattan 1-12-31 _____K-State 31-30 ____________Columbia 2-21-31 _____K-State 21-14 __________Manhattan 1-9-32 _____Missouri 32-29 __________Columbia 2-27-32 _____K-State 28-22 __________Manhattan 2-3-33 _____K-State 35-28 __________Manhattan 3-4-33 _____Missouri 37-33 __________Columbia 1-6-34 _____Missouri 32-20 __________Columbia 2-10-34 _____Missouri 41-20 __________Manhattan 2-8-35 _____Missouri 44-31 __________Columbia 2-9-35 _____Missouri 34-20 __________Columbia 2-1-35 _____K-State 27-20 __________Manhattan 2-2-35 _____K-State 32-29 __________Manhattan 12-20-35 _____K-State 39-25 __________Kansas City 1-11-36 _____K-State 37-19 __________Manhattan 2-22-36 _____K-State 39-35 ____________Columbia 2-8-37 _____K-State 46-42 ____________Columbia 2-20-37 _____K-State 39-26 __________Manhattan 1-15-38 _____K-State 29-28 (2 OTs) ______Manhattan 2-18-38 ____Missouri 59-46 __________Columbia 2-20-39 _____Missouri 39-29 __________Manhattan 2-25-39 _____Missouri 46-37 __________Columbia 2-5-40 _____Missouri 44-28 __________Manhattan 2-16-40 _____Missouri 36-23 __________Columbia 2-6-41 _____K-State 34-24 __________Manhattan 2-17-41 _____Missouri 30-28 __________Columbia 2-14-42 _____Missouri 44-36 __________Columbia 2-21-42 _____K-State 42-35 __________Manhattan 2-6-43 _____Missouri 44-30 __________Columbia 2-26-43 _____Missouri 42-34 __________Manhattan 2-7-44 _____Missouri 45-30 __________Manhattan 3-4-44 _____Missouri 38-14 __________Columbia 2-5-45 _____K-State 50-29 __________Manhattan 3-2-45 _____Missouri 45-42 __________Columbia 1-15-46 _____Missouri 44-34 __________Manhattan 2-9-46 _____Missouri 58-47 __________Columbia 1-14-47 _____Missouri 43-42 (OT)________Manhattan 2-7-47 _____Missouri 49-43 __________Columbia 2-7-48 _____Missouri 48-46 __________Columbia 2-21-48 _____K-State 55-53 __________Manhattan 1-8-49 _____Missouri 49-42 __________Columbia 2-5-49 _____Missouri 40-34 __________Manhattan 2-11-50 _____Missouri 59-43 __________Columbia 3-3-50 _____Missouri 58-55 __________Manhattan 1-6-51 _____K-State 60-43 ____________Columbia 2-10-51 _____K-State 75-64 __________Manhattan 2-9-52 _____K-State 55-52 ____________Columbia 2-16-52 _____K-State 86-58 __________Manhattan 1-24-53 _____K-State 94-85 ____________Columbia 2-25-53 _____K-State 75-68 __________Manhattan 1-23-54 _____Missouri 75-71 __________Manhattan 2-27-54 _____K-State 79-78 ____________Columbia 12-30-54 _____Missouri 89-71% ________Kansas City 1-15-55 _____Missouri 94-85 __________Manhattan 1-19-55 _____K-State 78-67 ____________Columbia 1-21-56 _____K-State 58-54 ____________Columbia 3-3-56 _____Missouri 85-72 __________Manhattan 12-30-56 _____K-State 79-75 (OT)% ______Kansas City 1-14-57 _____K-State 59-55 __________Manhattan 2-25-57 _____K-State78-71 ____________Columbia 12-27-57 _____K-State 60-51% __________Kansas City 2-22-58 _____K-State 82-61 ____________Columbia 3-1-58 _____K-State 86-75 __________Manhattan 12-26-58 _____K-State 69-66% __________Kansas City 1-17-59 _____K-State 75-60 ____________Columbia 3-7-59 _____K-State 108-69 __________Manhattan 1-9-60 _____K-State 65-60 ____________Columbia 2-13-60 _____K-State 89-80 __________Manhattan 2-18-61 _____K-State 99-70 ____________Columbia 2-25-61 _____K-State 91-71 __________Manhattan 12-29-61 _____K-State 62-57% __________Kansas City 1-17-62 _____K-State 69-66 ____________Columbia 2-10-62 _____K-State 65-59 __________Manhattan 12-27-62 _____K-State 61-43% __________Kansas City 2-4-63 _____K-State 90-55 __________Manhattan 2-16-63 _____K-State 67-55 ____________Columbia 12-28-63 _____K-State 84-67 % ________Kansas City 2-15-64 _____K-State 89-79 (OT) ________Columbia 3-7-64 _____K-State 88-68 __________Manhattan 12-30-64 _____K-State 90-62% __________Kansas City 1-16-65 _____Missouri 80-68 __________Columbia 3-6-65 _____Missouri 67-58 __________Manhattan 12-30-65 _____K-State 90-70% __________Kansas City 1-3-66 _____K-State 78-59 ____________Columbia 2-21-66 _____K-State 85-61 __________Manhattan 1-10-67 _____K-State 75-65 __________Manhattan 2-14-67 _____K-State 82-67 ____________Columbia 12-27-67 _____K-State 71-61% __________Kansas City 2-5-68 _____K-State 69-67 __________Manhattan 2-27-68 _____K-State 70-63 ____________Columbia 2-24-69 _____Missouri 66-62 __________Columbia 3-3-69 _____K-State 60-55 __________Manhattan 12-30-69 _____K-State 64-58% __________Kansas City 1-31-70 _____K-State 64-63 __________Manhattan 2-16-70 ____K-State 63-60 ____________Columbia 1-16-71 _____Missouri 80-72 __________Columbia 3-6-71 _____K-State 77-69 __________Manhattan 12-30-71 _____Missouri 67-58% ________Kansas City 2-5-72 _____K-State 69-67 __________Manhattan 3-7-72 _____K-State 79-76 ____________Columbia 12-30-72 _____Missouri 82-72% ________Kansas City 1-13-73 _____K-State 70-55 __________Manhattan 2-20-73 _____Missouri 80-66 __________Columbia 1-19-74 _____K-State 70-67 __________Manhattan 2-26-74 _____K-State 69-67 ____________Columbia 12-27-74 _____K-State 84-67% __________Kansas City 2-5-75 _____K-State 91-84 __________Manhattan 3-5-75 _____Missouri 83-75 __________Columbia 12-29-75 _____Missouri 86-66% ________Kansas City 2-4-76 _____K-State 85-81 ____________Columbia

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Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-19-01 _____K-State 88-45 __________Manhattan

Home: 1-1, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 3-0 12-21-55 _____Houston 86-79 ____________Houston 3-17-56 _____K-State 89-70+ ______Lawrence, Kan. 12-1-56 _____K-State 97-78 __________Manhattan 3-17-61 _____K-State 75-64+ ______Lawrence, Kan. 12-16-68 _____Houston 87-84 (OT) ________Houston 3-14-70 _____K-State 107-98+ ______Lawrence, Kan. 1-23-71 _____Houston 73-71 __________Manhattan 12-21-74 _____K-State 91-90 ____________Houston

Home: 0-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-12-36 _____K-State 60-46 ____________Evansville 12-30-39 _____Evansville 38-32 __________Evansville

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27 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 4 FINAL FOURS 11 ELITE EIGHTS 16 SWEET 16s 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

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3-3-76 _____Missouri 81-72 __________Manhattan 1-26-77 _____Missouri 66-60 __________Manhattan 2-19-77 _____K-State 88-77 ____________Columbia 3-4-77 _____K-State 72-67 (OT)^ ______Kansas City 1-25-78 _____Missouri 65-60 __________Columbia 2-18-78 _____K-State 67-54 __________Manhattan 3-4-78 _____Missouri 71-68 (OT)^ ______Kansas City 12-30-78 _____K-State 75-62% __________Kansas City 1-27-79 _____Missouri 83-79 __________Columbia 2-21-79 _____Missouri 67-63 __________Manhattan 1-30-80 _____K-State 66-64 ____________Columbia 2-23-80 _____Missouri 67-65 __________Manhattan 2-4-81 _____K-State 75-56 __________Manhattan 2-28-81 _____Missouri 46-43 __________Columbia 1-30-82 _____Missouri 59-58 __________Manhattan 2-24-82 _____K-State 57-56 ____________Columbia 2-5-83 _____Missouri 82-50 __________Columbia 3-1-83 _____Missouri 49-47 __________Manhattan 2-8-84 _____K-State 67-46 ____________Columbia 3-3-84 _____K-State 53-47 __________Manhattan 2-6-85 _____Missouri 54-47 __________Manhattan 3-2-85 _____K-State 69-54 ____________Columbia 3-6-85 _____Missouri 68-50 __________Columbia 1-21-86 _____Missouri 74-70 __________Manhattan 2-26-86 _____Missouri 84-69 __________Columbia 2-1-87 _____Missouri 68-64 __________Columbia 2-24-87 _____Missouri 80-75 __________Manhattan 3-7-87 _____Missouri 72-69^ ________Kansas City 2-9-88 _____Missouri 79-75 __________Columbia 3-5-88 _____K-State 92-82 __________Manhattan 2-4-89 _____Missouri 73-68 __________Columbia 3-1-89 _____K-State 76-75 __________Manhattan 3-11-89 _____Missouri 88-83^ ________Kansas City 2-8-90 _____K-State 65-58 __________Manhattan 2-28-90 _____Missouri 65-60 __________Columbia 1-12-91 _____Missouri 62-60 __________Columbia 2-27-91 _____Missouri 84-75 __________Manhattan 2-12-92 _____Missouri 67-59 __________Columbia 2-29-92 _____K-State 73-69 __________Manhattan 2-8-93 _____Missouri 67-51 __________Columbia 3-2-93 _____K-State 78-67 __________Manhattan 3-14-93 _____Missouri 68-56^ ________Kansas City 1-8-94 _____Missouri 63-43 __________Columbia 3-2-94 _____Missouri 68-57 __________Manhattan 1-14-95 _____Missouri 67-61 __________Columbia 2-4-95 _____Missouri 77-60 __________Manhattan 1-27-96 _____Missouri 86-80 __________Columbia 2-21-96 _____K-State 69-64 __________Manhattan 2-1-97 _____Missouri 85-59 __________Columbia 3-1-97 _____K-State 76-60 __________Manhattan 1-3-98 _____K-State 111-56 __________Manhattan 2-28-98 _____Missouri 89-59 __________Columbia 1-6-99 _____Missouri 78-73 __________Manhattan 1-27-99 _____Missouri 70-63 __________Columbia 3-5-99 _____K-State 84-74^ __________Kansas City 1-15-00 _____Missouri 73-56 __________Columbia 2-19-00 _____Missouri 84-74 __________Manhattan 1-16-01 _____K-State 80-59 __________Manhattan 2-7-01 _____Missouri 70-66 __________Columbia 1-12-02 _____Missouri 81-66 __________Manhattan 1-26-02 _____Missouri 86-74 __________Columbia 2-15-03 _____Missouri 71-63 __________Columbia 3-1-03 _____Missouri 71-63 __________Manhattan 1-31-04 _____Missouri 62-53 __________Columbia 2-28-04 _____Missouri 79-69 __________Manhattan 1-15-05 _____K-State 74-54 __________Manhattan 1-29-05 _____K-State 64-53 ____________Columbia 1-21-06 _____K-State 79-64 __________Manhattan 2-12-06 _____Missouri 74-71 __________Columbia 1-13-07 _____K-State 85-81 ____________Columbia 1-31-07 _____K-State 80-73 __________Manhattan 2-2-08 _____Missouri 77-74 __________Columbia 2-16-08 _____K-State 100-63 __________Manhattan 1-28-09 _____K-State 88-72 __________Manhattan 2-25-09 _____Missouri 94-74 __________Columbia 1-9-10 _____Missouri 74-68 __________Columbia 2-27-10 _____K-State 63-53 __________Manhattan 1-17-11 _____Missouri 75-59 __________Columbia 2-26-11 _____K-State 80-70 __________Manhattan 1-7-12 _____K-State 75-59 __________Manhattan 2-21-12 _____K-State 78-68 ____________Columbia

n Missouri-Rolla K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-2-91 _____K-State 90-78 __________Manhattan

n Missouri-St. Louis K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-22-88 _____K-State 67-61 __________Manhattan

n Missouri State Missouri State leads 2-0

Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-8-87 _____MSU 80-82 (4 OTs) ________Manhattan 1-3-89 _____MSU 55-58 ____________Springfield

n Monmouth K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-29-02 _____K-State 73-64 __________Manhattan

n Montana Series Tied 1-1

Home: 0-1, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-22-41 _____K-State 44-34 ____________Missoula 12-16-78 _____Montana 61-60 __________Manhattan

n Montana State K-State leads 2-1

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-23-41 _____MSU 45-38 ______________Bozeman 12-28-46 _____K-State 51-40 __________Manhattan 11-30-74 _____K-State 96-73 __________Manhattan

n Morgan State K-State leads 3-0

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-5-85 _____K-State 111-70 __________Manhattan 12-18-95 _____K-State 69-60 __________Manhattan 11-30-96 _____K-State 85-66 __________Manhattan

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n Murray State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-29-90 _____K-State 67-50 __________Kansas City

n Nebraska

K-State leads 126-93 Home: 69-35, Away: 38-55, Neutral: 19-3 2-19-06 _____Nebraska 50-14 __________Manhattan 1-15-08 _____Nebraska 36-18 __________Manhattan 1-7-09 _____Nebraska 36-31 __________Manhattan 1-6-10 _____K-State 27-16 __________Manhattan 2-14-10 _____K-State 30-17 __________Manhattan 1-18-12 _____Nebraska 26-25 __________Manhattan 2-15-13 _____Nebraska 27-16 ____________Lincoln 1-20-15 _____Nebraska 26-19 __________Manhattan 1-21-15 _____Nebraska 26-20 __________Manhattan 2-11-16 _____Nebraska 21-20 __________Manhattan 2-12-16 _____Nebraska 26-25 __________Manhattan 2-14-17 _____K-State 45-13 __________Manhattan 2-15-17 _____K-State 37-10 __________Manhattan 3-8-18 ____Nebraska 31-23 __________Manhattan 3-9-18 _____K-State 26-17 __________Manhattan 3-17-19 _____K-State 34-23 ____________Lincoln 3-8-19 _____K-State 30-19 __________Manhattan 3-3-22 _____Nebraska 21-13 ____________Lincoln 2-14-22 _____Nebraska 25-24 __________Manhattan 1-6-23 _____Nebraska 21-15 __________Manhattan 2-17-23 _____K-State 17-14 ____________Lincoln 1-11-24 _____Nebraska 17-14 ____________Lincoln 1-17-24 _____K-State 26-23 __________Manhattan 1-9-25 _____Nebraska 23-11 __________Manhattan 2-13-25 _____Nebraska 32-20 ____________Lincoln 2-9-26 _____K-State 41-26 __________Manhattan 2-16-26 _____K-State 28-21 ____________Lincoln 2-11-27 _____Nebraska 26-24 __________Manhattan 1-7-27 _____K-State 34-23 ____________Lincoln 1-21-28 _____K-State 29-24 ____________Lincoln 2-18-28 _____K-State 28-22 __________Manhattan 1-22-29 _____K-State 30-21 __________Manhattan 3-2-29 _____Nebraska 62-45 ____________Lincoln 2-1-30 _____K-State 46-42 ____________Lincoln 1-10-30 _____Nebraska 41-39 __________Manhattan 2-24-31 _____K-State 32-30 ____________Lincoln 2-9-31 _____Nebraska 37-31 __________Manhattan 1-18-32 _____K-State 32-20 __________Manhattan 2-6-32 _____Nebraska 32-26 ____________Lincoln 1-14-33 ____Nebraska 31-25 ____________Lincoln 2-13-33 _____K-State 36-30 __________Manhattan 1-15-34 ____K-State 25-24 (OT) ________Manhattan 2-3-34 _____Nebraska 38-31 ____________Lincoln 1-21-35 ____K-State 47-41 ____________Lincoln 3-2-35 _____Nebraska 28-21 __________Manhattan 2-1-36 ____Nebraska 43-30 ____________Lincoln 2-10-36 _____Nebraska 40-32 __________Manhattan 2-15-37 ____Nebraska 40-37 ____________Lincoln 1-30-37 _____Nebraska 41-38 __________Manhattan 1-22-38 ____Nebraska 46-32 ____________Lincoln 2-21-38 ____K-State 41-29 __________Manhattan 1-17-39 ____K-State 43-38 ____________Lincoln 2-8-39 _____Nebraska 42-34 __________Manhattan 1-19-40 ____K-State 32-25 ____________Lincoln 2-13-40 _____Nebraska 61-28 __________Manhattan 1-7-41 ____Nebraska 33-23 ____________Lincoln 1-17-41 _____K-State 35-32 __________Manhattan 1-6-42 ____Nebraska 44-38 ____________Lincoln 2-2-42 _____K-State 38-35 __________Manhattan 1-5-43 ____Nebraska 41-32 __________Manhattan 2-17-43 _____Nebraska 50-47 ____________Lincoln 2-1-44 ____Nebraska 54-47 ____________Lincoln 2-29-44 _____K-State 40-37 __________Manhattan 12-23-44 _____K-State 49-46% __________Kansas City 1-20-45 ____K-State 70-48 __________Manhattan 2-24-45 _____K-State 55-47 ____________Lincoln 12-15-45 _____Nebraska, 62-47% ________Kansas City 1-2-46 _____Nebraska 44-37 ____________Lincoln 2-28-46 _____K-State 54-49 __________Manhattan 1-4-47 ____K-State 63-54 __________Manhattan 2-27-47 _____Nebraska 54-50 ____________Lincoln 1-31-48 ____K-State 64-45 ____________Lincoln 2-27-48 _____K-State 56-49 __________Manhattan 12-27-48 _____K-State 48-34% __________Kansas City 1-31-49 _____Nebraska 70-48 ____________Lincoln 1-30-50 ____Nebraska 65-63 (OT) ________Lincoln 1-7-50 _____K-State 63-60 __________Manhattan 12-29-50 _____K-State 72-53% __________Kansas City 2-5-51 _____K-State 79-50 ____________Lincoln 2-26-51 _____K-State 74-48 __________Manhattan 12-27-51 _____K-State 87-67% __________Kansas City 1-12-52 _____K-State 71-36 __________Manhattan 3-1-52 _____K-State 75-60 ____________Lincoln 2-7-53 _____Nebraska 80-67 ____________Lincoln 3-10-53 _____K-State 108-80 __________Manhattan 12-26-53 _____Nebraska 78-74% ________Kansas City 1-11-54 _____Nebraska 88-75 ____________Lincoln 2-6-54 _____K-State 91-70 __________Manhattan 1-11-55 ____Nebraska 69-59 ____________Lincoln 2-5-55 _____K-State 79-62 __________Manhattan 12-30-55 _____K-State 79-51% __________Kansas City 2-6-56 ____K-State 66-52 ____________Lincoln 2-20-56 _____K-State 73-50 __________Manhattan 2-4-57 ____K-State 89-53 __________Manhattan 2-18-57 _____K-State 81-56 ____________Lincoln 12-28-57 _____K-State 88-57% __________Kansas City 1-11-58 ____K-State 74-59 __________Manhattan 3-3-58 _____Nebraska 55-48 ____________Lincoln 2-2-59 ____K-State 50-43 ____________Lincoln 3-9-59 _____K-State 76-54 __________Manhattan 12-29-59 _____K-State 71-63% __________Kansas City 2-20-60 _____Nebraska 70-60 ____________Lincoln 3-5-60 _____K-State 83-74 __________Manhattan 2-27-61 ____K-State 77-67 ____________Lincoln 3-4-61 _____K-State 75-56 __________Manhattan 12-27-61 ____K-State 60-48% __________Kansas City 2-3-62 _____K-State 72-53 __________Manhattan 3-7-62 _____K-State 84-60 ____________Lincoln 1-12-63 ____K-State 66-53 __________Manhattan 2-2-63 _____K-State 72-60 ____________Lincoln 12-26-63 _____K-State 100-78% ________Kansas City 2-3-64 _____K-State 73-66 (OT) __________Lincoln 2-17-64 _____K-State 50-48 __________Manhattan 2-9-65 ____Nebraska 62-57 __________Manhattan

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3-8-65 _____K-State 79-67 ____________Lincoln 1-15-66 ____Nebraska 82-71 __________Manhattan 3-1-66 _____Nebraska 79-69 ____________Lincoln 12-27-66 _____K-State 98-81% __________Kansas City 2-4-67 _____Nebraska 67-59 __________Manhattan 2-25-67 _____Nebraska 79-71 ____________Lincoln 12-30-67 _____Nebraska 66-62% ________Kansas City 1-9-68 _____K-State 78-62 __________Manhattan 2-10-68 _____Nebraska 92-68 ____________Lincoln 1-7-69 ____K-State 95-72 __________Manhattan 3-1-69 _____Nebraska 88-71 ____________Lincoln 1-13-70 ____K-State 71-64 ____________Lincoln 2-21-70 _____K-State 69-62 __________Manhattan 1-9-71 ____K-State 70-69 __________Manhattan 3-2-71 _____Nebraska 87-71 ____________Lincoln 2-1-72 ____Nebraska 61-60 ____________Lincoln 3-11-72 _____K-State 81-76 (OT) ________Manhattan 2-3-73 ____K-State 82-55 ____________Lincoln 3-3-73 _____K-State 97-70 __________Manhattan 12-27-73 _____K-State 68-47% __________Kansas City 1-22-74 _____K-State 73-65 ____________Lincoln 3-2-74 _____Nebraska 58-54 __________Manhattan 12-30-74 _____K-State 80-63% __________Kansas City 1-18-75 _____Nebraska 74-61 ____________Lincoln 2-19-75 _____K-State 65-64 __________Manhattan 1-17-76 ____Nebraska 65-59 __________Manhattan 2-18-76 _____K-State 65-53 ____________Lincoln 1-8-77 ____K-State 57-52 ____________Lincoln 2-9-77 _____K-State 67-62 __________Manhattan 12-29-77 _____K-State 69-60% __________Kansas City 1-7-78 _____Nebraska 77-63 __________Manhattan 2-8-78 _____Nebraska 63-50 ____________Lincoln 1-17-79 ____Nebraska 55-53 ____________Lincoln 2-7-79 _____K-State 58-46 __________Manhattan 2-27-79 _____K-State 61-60 (2 OTs)^ ____Kansas City 1-26-80 ____K-State 66-64 (2 OTs) ______Manhattan 2-20-80 _____Nebraska 70-58 ____________Lincoln 2-29-80 _____K-State 60-59$ __________Kansas City 1-14-81 ____Nebraska 59-49 ____________Lincoln 2-14-81 _____K-State 66-49 __________Manhattan 2-3-82 ____K-State 75-64 ____________Lincoln 2-27-82 _____K-State 67-50 __________Manhattan 1-26-83 ____Nebraska 59-43 ____________Lincoln 2-16-83 _____Nebraska 56-45 __________Manhattan 2-4-84 ____Nebraska 47-46 __________Manhattan 2-29-84 _____Nebraska 63-56 ____________Lincoln 3-6-84 _____K-State 41-39 ____________Lincoln 1-16-85 ____Nebraska 75-63 ____________Lincoln 2-16-85 _____K-State 68-62 __________Manhattan 2-5-86 ____K-State 64-54 ____________Lincoln 3-1-86 _____Nebraska 64-60 __________Manhattan 1-10-87 ____K-State 114-82 __________Manhattan 2-14-87 _____Nebraska 78-76 ____________Lincoln 3-6-87 _____K-State 47-45^ __________Kansas City 2-6-88 ____K-State 65-63 __________Manhattan 3-2-88 _____K-State 77-67 ____________Lincoln 3-11-88 _____K-State 75-70^ __________Kansas City 1-21-89 ____K-State 80-68 ____________Lincoln 2-11-89 _____K-State 80-66 __________Manhattan 2-3-90 ____Nebraska 74-71 ____________Lincoln 3-3-90 _____K-State 80-57 __________Manhattan 1-5-91 ____Nebraska 74-69 __________Manhattan 2-23-91 _____Nebraska 85-78 ____________Lincoln 2-8-92 _____K-State 70-66 __________Manhattan 3-4-92 _____Nebraska 91-62 ____________Lincoln 1-23-93 _____K-State 66-64 ____________Lincoln 2-13-93 _____Nebraska 80-59 __________Manhattan 3-12-93 _____K-State 47-45^ __________Kansas City 2-9-94 _____Nebraska 76-68 __________Manhattan 2-26-94 _____Nebraska 86-77 ____________Lincoln 1-12-95 _____Nebraska 78-56 ____________Lincoln 3-1-95 _____K-State 75-73 __________Manhattan 1-31-96 _____K-State 77-68 __________Manhattan 3-3-96 _____Nebraska 70-66 ____________Lincoln 1-15-97 _____Nebraska 87-77 (OT) ________Lincoln 2-10-97 _____K-State 61-53 __________Manhattan 1-28-98 _____K-State 72-49 __________Manhattan 2-7-98 _____K-State 69-63 ____________Lincoln 1-13-99 _____Nebraska 70-61 ____________Lincoln 2-24-99 _____K-State 62-45 __________Manhattan 1-8-00 _____K-State 97-79 __________Manhattan 1-29-00 _____Nebraska 81-72 ____________Lincoln 1-30-01 _____Nebraska 63-61 __________Manhattan 2-14-01 _____Nebraska 82-56 ____________Lincoln 3-8-01 _____K-State 62-58^ __________Kansas City 2-9-02 _____Nebraska 99-82 ____________Lincoln 3-2-02 _____K-State 67-58 __________Manhattan 1-22-03 _____K-State 77-53 __________Manhattan 2-25-03 _____Nebraska 68-61 ____________Lincoln 2-4-04 _____K-State 78-61 __________Manhattan 2-18-04 _____K-State 63-58 ____________Lincoln 1-8-05 _____Nebraska 95-85 (2 OTs) ________Lincoln 3-5-05 _____K-State 73-53 __________Manhattan 1-11-06 _____Nebraska 57-42 __________Manhattan 3-1-06 _____K-State 66-64 ____________Lincoln 1-27-07 _____K-State 61-45 __________Manhattan 2-13-07 _____Nebraska 74-63 ____________Lincoln 2-6-08 _____K-State 74-59 __________Manahttan 2-20-08 _____Nebraska 71-64 ____________Lincoln 1-17-09 _____Nebraska 73-51 ____________Lincoln 2-28-09 _____K-State 77-72 __________Manhattan 2-2-10 _____K-State 76-57 ____________Lincoln 2-17-10 _____K-State 91-87 __________Manhattan 2-2-11 _____K-State 69-53 __________Manhattan 2-23-11 _____K-State 61-57 ____________Lincoln

n Nevada Series Tied 1-1

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-28-92 _____Nevada 82-83 ______________Reno 12-11-93 _____K-State 78-52 __________Manhattan

n Nevada-Las Vegas [UNLV] UNLV leads 4-2

Home: 1-1, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 0-1 1-4-82 _____K-State 82-65 __________Manhattan 12-17-83 _____UNLV 84-78 ____________Las Vegas 12-28-84 _____UNLV 77-68 ____________Las Vegas 3-14-87 _____UNLV 80-61+ __________Salt Lake City 12-12-09 _____K-State 95-80 ____________Las Vegas 12-21-10 _____UNLV 63-59 ____________Kansas City

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n Northwestern State

Home: 2-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 1-1 12-12-60 _____K-State 81-64 __________Albuquerque 11-28-61 _____K-State 94-52 __________Manhattan 3-15-96 _____UNM 69-48+ ________Richmond, Va. 11-23-05 _____K-State 68-56 __________Manhattan 11-21-06 _____UNM 78-54 __________Albuquerque 12-23-06 _____K-State 72-56 ____________Las Vegas

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-21-99 _____K-State 76-71 __________Manhattan

K-State leads 4-2

n New Mexico State NMSU leads 1-0

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 3-12-70 _____NMSU 70-66+ ________Lawrence, Kan.

n New Orleans K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 1-0

n Notre Dame

Notre Dame leads 4-1 Home: 0-1, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 1-1 1-5-26 _____ND 38-23 ____________South Bend 12-19-52 _____K-State 80-64 ______East Lansing, Mich. 2-21-55 _____ND 76-74 ______________Manhattan 3-23-92 _____ND 64-47# ____________South Bend 12-4-07 _____ND 68-59 ______________New York

n Oakland

K-State leads 2-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-4-99 _____K-State 62-47 __________Manhattan

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-6-04 _____K-State 76-69 __________Manhattan 11-25-08 _____K-State 83-64 __________Manhattan

n North Carolina

n Ohio

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-4 12-12-59 _____UNC 68-52 ______________Raleigh 12-16-60 _____K-State 77-69 __________Manhattan 3-21-81 _____UNC 82-68+ __________Salt Lake City 12-27-86 _____UNC 81-62 ____________Rockford, Ill. 12-23-89 _____UNC 79-63 __________Charlotte, N.C.

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-8-92 _____K-State 73-72 (OT) ________Manhattan

UNC leads 4-1

n North Carolina-Asheville K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-26-96 _____K-State 80-54 __________Manhattan

K-State leads 1-0

n Ohio State K-State leads 2-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-4-50 _____K-State 68-51 ____________Columbus 12-3-51 _____K-State 78-54 __________Manhattan

n Old Dominion Series Tied 1-1

n North Carolina Central K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-22-99 _____K-State 68-64 __________Manhattan 12-9-00 _____ODU 62-51 ______________Norfolk

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 2-17-09 _____K-State 95-49 __________Manhattan

n Oral Roberts

n North Carolina State Series Tied 2-2

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 1-0 12-19-58 _____K-State 69-67 __________Manhattan 12-11-59 _____NCSU 66-59 ______________Raleigh 12-20-68 _____K-State 66-54 ____________Nashville 3-11-98 _____NCSU 59-39#______________Raleigh

n North Dakota K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-9-12 _____K-State 85-52 __________Manhattan

n North Dakota State K-State leads 4-0

Home: 3-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-19-67 _____K-State 79-52 __________Manhattan 11-19-04 _____K-State 70-61 __________Manhattan 1-2-06 _____K-State 82-56 __________Manhattan 12-9-06 _____K-State 83-81 ______________Fargo

n Northern Colorado Series Tied 2-2

Series Tied 2-2

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-0 12-8-77 _____K-State 75-64 __________Manhattan 11-29-78 _____ORU 61-55 ________________Tulsa 11-29-83 _____K-State 82-74 __________Manhattan 1-3-85 _____ORU 86-71 ________________Tulsa

n Oregon Series Tied 2-2

Home: 1-1, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-21-65 _____K-State 92-58 ____________Eugene 12-3-66 _____K-State 52-45 __________Manhattan 11-29-07 _____Oregon 80-77 (OT) ________Manhattan 12-7-08 _____Oregon 75-70 ____________Eugene

n Oregon State Oregon State leads 3-2

Home: 1-1, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 1-0 3-14-81 _____K-State 50-48+ ________Salt Lake City 1-12-85 _____OSU 56-55 ____________Manhattan 12-3-88 _____OSU 66-48 ______________Corvallis 12-22-02 _____K-State 90-72 __________Manhattan 12-6-03 _____OSU 87-82 (3 OTs) __________Corvallis

Home: 1-1, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-9-35 _____UNC 40-30 ______________Greeley 12-10-35 _____K-State 30-18 ____________Greeley 12-10-37 _____UNC 45-40 ____________Manhattan 12-11-37 _____K-State 44-42 __________Manhattan

n Pacific

n Northern Illinois

n Pennsylvania

Home: 6-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 2-0 12-10-75 _____K-State 86-59 __________Manhattan 12-8-76 _____K-State 79-58 __________Manhattan 11-26-77 _____K-State 76-74 __________Manhattan 3-12-82 _____K-State 77-68+ ____________Dallas 12-23-85 _____K-State 78-58 __________Manhattan 12-23-86 _____K-State 81-79 __________Rockford, Ill. 2-22-88 _____K-State 88-67 __________Manhattan 12-21-04 _____K-State 81-66 __________Manhattan 12-20-05 _____NIU 75-70 (OT) ____________DeKalb

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 3-15-75 _____K-State 69-62+ ________Philadelphia

K-State leads 8-1

n Northern Iowa K-State leads 6-1

Home: 6-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-25-78 _____K-State 82-53 __________Manhattan 12-1-79 _____K-State 84-38 __________Manhattan 11-29-80 _____K-State 72-54 __________Manhattan 11-28-81 _____K-State 86-50 __________Manhattan 1-15-83 _____K-State 69-48 __________Manhattan 1-7-84 _____UNI 67-64______________Cedar Falls 12-8-84 _____K-State 72-59 __________Manhattan

n North Florida K-State leads 3-0

K-State leads 2-0 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 1-4-56 _____K-State 67-36 __________Manhattan 12-4-71 _____K-State 80-75 __________Provo, Utah

K-State leads 1-0

n Penn State Series Tied 1-1

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-1 12-12-64 _____PSU 60-59 __________Lawrence, Kan. 12-22-66 _____K-State 83-59 ________Lawrence, Kan.

n Pittsburg State [Kan.] K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 11-11-07 _____K-State 76-66 __________Manhattan

n Portland State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-3-79 _____K-State 72-57 __________Manhattan

n Presbyterian K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-18-10 _____K-State 76-67 __________Manhattan

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-31-10 _____K-State 100-76 __________Manhattan 12-11-11 _____K-State 79-68 (OT) ________Manhattan 11-18-12 _____K-State 74-55 __________Manhattan

n Providence

n North Texas

n Purdue

Home: 4-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 1-0 12-11-72 _____K-State 76-62 __________Manhattan 12-6-76 _____UNT 87-83 ______________Denton 12-22-77 _____K-State 89-71 __________Manhattan 11-24-84 _____K-State 72-50 __________Manhattan 1-4-86 _____K-State 57-53 ____________Denton 12-15-01 _____K-State 84-70 __________Manhattan 3-18-10 _____K-State 82-62+ ________Oklahoma City

Home: 3-0, Away: 2-1, Neutral: 1-1 12-6-50 _____K-State 60-44 ________West Lafayette 12-1-51 _____K-State 67-51 __________Manhattan 12-9-57 ____K-State 79-73 ________West Lafayette 12-1-58 _____K-State 96-83 __________Manhattan 12-18-70 _____Purdue 87-68 ________Lexington, Ky. 12-20-87 _____Purdue 101-72 ________West Lafayette 3-25-88 _____K-State 73-70+ ________Pontiac, Mich. 11-26-88 _____K-State 81-77 __________Manhattan

K-State leads 6-1

n NW Missouri State Series Tied 1-1

K-State leads 1-0

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 3-12-77 _____K-State 87-80+ ______Oklahoma City

K-State leads 6-2

n Rider

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 1932 ____NWMS 23-28 ____________Maryville 12-8-90 _____K-State 98-44 __________Manhattan

K-State leads 1-0

n Northwestern

n Rutgers

Home: 0-1, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 1-2-26 _____K-State 30-28 ____________Evanston 12-8-01 _____NU 79-56 ______________Evanston 11-30-02 _____NU 59-55______________Manhattan

Home: 0-1, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-28-04 _____Rutgers 76-66 __________Manhattan 11-15-06 _____K-State 55-41 ________Piscataway, N.J.

Northwestern leads 2-1

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 11-25-07 _____K-State 82-69 __________Orlando, Fla.

Series Tied 1-1


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n South Dakota State

n Texas-San Antonio [UTSA]

n Vanderbilt

n Western Illinois

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-9-07 _____K-State 94-63 __________Manhattan

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-31-59 _____K-State 91-65 __________Manhattan 12-1-59 _____K-State 85-52 __________Manhattan 12-3-63 _____K-State 87-59 __________Manhattan

Home: 4-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-23-91 _____K-State 103-65 __________Manhattan 11-29-99 _____K-State 86-75 __________Manhattan 11-18-00 _____K-State 71-55 __________Manhattan 12-18-04 _____K-State 73-69 __________Manhattan

Home: 4-0, Away: 1-3, Neutral: 0-1 12-21-68 _____Vanderbilt 92-80 __________Nashville 12-15-69 _____K-State 91-78 __________Manhattan 12-14-70 _____K-State 81-74 __________Manhattan 11-27-76 _____K-State 89-66 __________Manhattan 12-5-77 _____K-State 69-55 ____________Nashville 12-20-86 _____Vanderbilt 79-72 __________Nashville 12-10-88 _____K-State 71-62 __________Manhattan 12-9-89 _____Vanderbilt 91-81 __________Nashville 3-28-94 ____Vanderbilt 82-76#__________New York

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-9-82 _____K-State 67-57 __________Manhattan 11-17-07 _____K-State 77-64 __________Manhattan 11-15-09 _____K-State 82-50 __________Manhattan

K-State leads 1-0

n St. Francis [Pa.] K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-17-70 _____K-State 78-71 __________Manhattan

n St. Mary’s [Calif.] K-State leads 1-0

n St. John’s Series Tied 1-1

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 12-16-61 _____K-State 63-50 __________Manhattan 12-10-65 _____SJU 72-65 __________Lawrence, Kan.

n St. Joseph’s [Pa.] K-State leads 2-1

Home: 0-0, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 0-1 1-3-48 _____K-State 59-44 __________Philadelphia 12-20-58 _____K-State 68-55 __________Philadelphia 12-26-85 _____SJU 65-63 (OT) ________Portland, Ore.

n Saint Louis SLU leads 9-8

Home: 4-3, Away: 4-6, Neutral: 0-0 1-7-29 _____SLU 39-22 ______________St. Louis 2-11-30 _____SLU 35-28 ______________St. Louis 12-13-30 _____K-State 16-15 ____________St. Louis 2-19-31 _____SLU 26-15 ____________Manhattan 12-19-31 _____SLU 34-28 ______________St. Louis 2-9-32 _____K-State 29-15 __________Manhattan 12-10-32 _____SLU 29-26 ______________St. Louis 2-15-33 _____K-State 28-24 __________Manhattan 12-14-48 _____SLU 51-45 ______________St. Louis 12-5-59 _____SLU 67-58 ____________Manhattan 12-7-61 _____K-State 71-60 ____________St. Louis 12-8-62 _____SLU 59-57 ____________Manhattan 12-7-63 _____K-State 68-67 ____________St. Louis 12-28-98 _____K-State 67-63 ____________St. Louis 12-1-99 _____K-State 69-68 __________Manhattan 1-2-03 _____K-State 65-48 __________Manhattan 1-3-04 _____SLU 65-64 ______________St. Louis

n Sam Houston State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-12-92 _____K-State 86-53 __________Manhattan

n San Diego State Series Tied 2-2

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 1-1 11-27-72 _____K-State 79-67 __________Manhattan 12-21-73 _____SDSU 88-75 ____________San Diego 11-27-87 _____K-State 79-68 __________Fresno, Calif. 3-20-09 _____SDSU 70-52 ____________San Diego

n San Francisco K-State leads 4-2

Home: 1-0, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 2-0 12-10-48 _____USF 55-53 ____________San Francisco 12-12-51 _____USF 55-52 ____________San Francisco 12-15-52 _____K-State 81-60 __________Manhattan 12-13-58 _____K-State 53-52__________San Francisco 12-19-59 _____K-State 83-62 ________Lawrence, Kan. 3-12-81 _____K-State 64-60+ ________Los Angeles

n SE Missouri State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-16-08 _____K-State 88-68 __________Manhattan

n Southern Illinois K-State leads 7-0

Home: 4-0, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-7-64 _____K-State 61-48 __________Manhattan 2-3-68 _____K-State 68-67 __________Carbondale 2-3-69 _____K-State 74-56 __________Manhattan 12-15-79 _____K-State 75-69 __________Carbondale 12-30-81 _____K-State 82-53 __________Manhattan 1-3-83 _____K-State 57-49 __________Manhattan 12-22-11 _____K-State 83-58 ____________Honolulu

n Southern Illinois-Edwardsville K-State leads 3-0

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-14-78 _____K-State 91-66 __________Manhattan 12-4-85 _____K-State 83-55 __________Manhattan 1-11-92 _____K-State 89-74 __________Manhattan

n SMU

K-State leads 6-2 Home: 3-0, Away: 3-0, Neutral: 0-2 12-13-46 _____SMU 46-36% __________Kansas City 1-10-73 _____K-State 57-55 ______________Dallas 12-3-73 _____K-State 77-61 __________Manhattan 12-5-74 _____K-State 64-58 __________Manhattan 12-4-76 _____K-State 103-85 ____________Dallas 12-3-77 _____K-State 76-53 __________Manhattan 12-2-78 _____K-State 86-83 ______________Dallas 12-29-82 _____SMU 53-50 ______________El Paso

n Southern Miss K-State leads 4-3

Home: 1-2, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 2-0 12-17-87 _____USM 71-69 ____________Manhattan 1-11-88 _____USM 91-89 (OT) ________Hattiesburg 12-28-91 _____K-State 70-68 __________Kansas City 11-27-93 _____USM 74-60 ____________Manhattan 12-30-93 _____K-State 84-78 __________Hattiesburg 12-11-08 _____K-State 74-55 __________Kansas City 3-15-12 _____K-State 70-64+ __________Pittsburgh

K-State leads 4-0

n Texas A&M K-State leads 17-7

Home: 10-0, Away: 3-6, Neutral: 4-1 12-3-60 _____K-State 69-64 __________Manhattan 12-15-67 _____K-State 82-77 ________Lawrence, Kan. 12-28-90 _____K-State 83-57 __________Kansas City 12-1-93 _____K-State 63-54 __________Manhattan 1-25-97 _____A&M 76-67 __________College Station 2-25-98 _____K-State 95-80 __________Manhattan 2-10-99 _____A&M 79-74 __________College Station 3-4-99 _____K-State 87-76^ __________Kansas City 2-23-00 _____K-State 81-76 __________Manhattan 1-6-01 _____K-State 53-48 ________College Station 2-12-02 _____K-State 69-38 __________Manhattan 1-25-03 _____A&M 79-66 __________College Station 1-21-04 _____K-State 70-61 __________Manhattan 1-22-05 _____A&M 65-51 __________College Station 3-10-05 _____K-State 68-62^ __________Kansas City 1-18-06 _____K-State 58-54 __________Manhattan 1-6-07 _____A&M 69-65 __________College Station 1-19-08 _____K-State 75-54 __________Manhattan 3-14-08 _____A&M 63-60^ __________Kansas City 2-7-09 _____K-State 65-60 ________College Station 1-12-10 _____K-State 88-65 __________Manhattan 1-22-11 _____A&M 64-56 __________College Station 2-4-12 _____K-State 64-53 __________Manhattan 2-28-12 _____K-State 76-70 ________College Station

n Texas A&M-Corpus Christi K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-20-03 _____K-State 89-50 __________Manhattan

n Texas Southern K-State leads 2-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-26-10 _____K-State 84-60 __________Manhattan 12-18-12 _____K-State 78-69 __________Manhattan

n Texas State K-State leads 2-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-6-86 _____K-State 98-83 __________Manhattan 12-17-93 _____K-State 59-58 ____________Honolulu

n Southern Utah

n Toledo

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-16-89 _____K-State 84-75 __________Manhattan 1-9-90 _____K-State 102-56 __________Manhattan 1-22-92 _____K-State 84-74 __________Manhattan

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 11-24-02 _____Toledo 58-50 ________St. Thomas, V.I.

K-State leads 3-0

n Stanford

Toledo leads 1-0

n Troy

K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-16-01 _____K-State 64-60 __________Manhattan

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-18-65 _____K-State 73-65 __________Manhattan

n Truman State [Mo.]

n Stephen F. Austin

K-State leads 3-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-26-05 _____K-State 71-54 __________Manhattan

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-9-74 _____K-State 76-54 __________Manhattan 12-20-75 _____K-State 99-69 __________Manhattan 12-10-84 _____K-State 58-48 __________Manhattan

n Syracuse

n Tulane

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-11-48 _____SCU 59-56 ____________Santa Clara

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-2 12-13-68 _____K-State 88-68 __________Manhattan 3-22-75 _____SU 95-87 (OT)+ ______Providence, R.I. 3-17-12 _____SU 75-59+ ____________Pittsburgh

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-1 1-11-75 _____Tulane 71-57 __________New Orleans 1-10-76 _____K-State 81-69 __________Manhattan 3-18-93 _____Tulane 55-53+ ________Orlando, Fla.

n Savannah State

n Tampa

n Tulsa

Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-10-04 _____K-State 92-51 __________Manhattan 1-7-08 _____K-State 85-25 __________Manhattan 1-3-10 _____K-State 92-61 __________Manhattan

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-28-85 _____K-State 69-68 (OT) ______Portland, Ore.

Home: 1-2, Away: 0-3, Neutral: 0-0 12-4-65 ____Tulsa 70-63 ____________Manhattan 12-9-67 _____Tulsa 62-58 ________________Tulsa 12-7-68 _____Tulsa 66-63 ____________Manhattan 12-9-72 _____Tulsa 89-79 ________________Tulsa 12-14-89 _____K-State 75-69 __________Manhattan 12-12-90 _____Tulsa 72-61 ________________Tulsa

n Santa Clara

Santa Clara leads 1-0

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n Seattle

Seattle leads 1-0 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 3-21-58 _____Seattle 73-51+ ________Louisville, Ky.

K-State leads 1-0

Syracuse leads 2-1

K-State leads 1-0

n Temple

Temple leads 2-1 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-2 3-22-58 _____Temple 67-57+ ________Louisville, Ky. 12-27-91 _____Temple 65-68 __________Kansas City 1-30-93 _____K-State 86-63 __________Manhattan

n Seton Hall

n Tennessee State

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-30-40 _____SHU 29-34 __________South Orange

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-29-94 _____K-State 71-58 ________Tallahassee, Fla. 11-28-00 _____K-State 69-67 (OT) ________Manhattan 11-27-01 _____K-State 79-73 __________Manhattan

Seton Hall leads 1-0

n Siena

Siena leads 1-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 3-30-94 _____Siena 92-79# ____________New York

K-State leads 3-0

n Tennessee Tech K-State leads 2-0

n South Carolina USC leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-27-85 _____K-State 89-61 ________Portland, Ore. 11-18-06 _____K-State 101-79 __________Manhattan

Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1 12-29-89 _____USC 62-60 (OT) ____________El Paso

n Texas-Arlington

n South Carolina Upstate K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-2-12 _____K-State 72-53 __________Manhattan

n South Dakota K-State leads 8-0

Home: 8-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-28-77 _____K-State 69-52 __________Manhattan 11-27-78 _____K-State 85-53 __________Manhattan 12-10-79 _____K-State 91-59 __________Manhattan 12-1-80 _____K-State 83-50 __________Manhattan 11-30-81 _____K-State 91-44 __________Manhattan 11-29-86 _____K-State 95-45 __________Manhattan 1-3-10 _____K-State 91-69 __________Manhattan 12-31-12 _____K-State 70-50 __________Manhattan

K-State leads 2-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-20-69 _____K-State 67-62 ______Fort Worth, Texas 1-5-89 _____K-State 83-52 __________Manhattan

n Texas-El Paso [UTEP] K-State leads 3-1

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 2-0 12-3-57 _____K-State 76-31 __________Manhattan 3-13-64 _____K-State 64-60+ ________Wichita, Kan. 12-17-77 _____UTEP 67-63 (OT) ____________El Paso 12-23-11 _____K-State 78-70 ____________Honolulu

n Texas-Pan American [UTPA] K-State leads 3-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 12-27-86 _____K-State 75-68 ____________Las Vegas 1-2-01 _____K-State 69-68 __________Manhattan 12-11-02 _____K-State 102-68 __________Manhattan

Tulane leads 2-1

Tulsa leads 5-1

n UCLA

UCLA leads 4-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-2 12-4-54 _____UCLA 86-87 ____________Los Angeles 12-9-60 _____UCLA 83-73 ____________Los Angeles 12-13-63 _____UCLA 78-75 __________Lawrence, Kan. 3-20-64 _____UCLA 90-82+ __________Kansas City

n USC

K-State leads 4-1 Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 2-1 12-10-60 _____K-State 65-57 __________Los Angeles 12-14-63 _____K-State 82-58 __________Manhattan 12-6-75 _____USC 81-80 ______________Nashville 12-22-06 _____K-State 68-55 ____________Las Vegas 3-20-08 _____K-State 80-67+ ________Omaha, Neb.

n Utah

K-State leads 2-1 Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-1 12-4-72 _____K-State 65-59 __________Salt Lake City 12-1-73 _____K-State 87-82 __________Manhattan 11-26-83 _____Utah 63-53 __________Rosemont, Ill.

n Utah State K-State leads 5-0

Home: 3-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 1-0 1-3-50 _____K-State 70-45 __________Manhattan 12-9-50 _____K-State 66-56 __________Manhattan 12-31-87 _____K-State 81-69 ______________Logan 11-30-88 _____K-State 86-67 __________Manhattan 3-17-11 _____K-State 73-68+ ________Tucson, Ariz.

K-State leads 5-4

n Vermont

K-State leads 1-0 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 3-14-07 _____K-State 59-57# __________Manhattan

n Villanova

Villanova leads 1-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-27-40 _____Villanova 51-34 ________Philadelphia

n VCU

K-State leads 1-0 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-20-97 _____K-State 76-70 __________Manhattan

n Virginia Tech K-State leads 2-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-16-10 _____K-State 73-57 __________Manhattan 12-4-11 _____K-State 69-61 __________Blacksburg

n Wagner

K-State leads 2-0 Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-29-07 _____K-State 101-59 __________Manhattan 12-30-08 _____K-State 82-53 __________Manhattan

n Washburn [Kan.] K-State leads 27-13

Home: 16-5, Away: 11-6, Neutral: 0-2 12-9-05 _____Washburn 43-22 ________Glasco, Kan. 3-16-06 _____Washburn 25-18 ____________Topeka 2-13-08 _____Washburn 30-26 ________Manhattan 3-4-08 _____Washburn 36-29 ____________Topeka 2-19-10 _____K-State 100-5 __________Manhattan 2-15-11 _____Washburn 32-23 ________Manhattan 3-4-11 _____K-State 36-23______________Topeka 2-1-12 _____K-State 38-27 __________Manhattan 2-2-12 _____K-State 29-25 __________Manhattan 2-23-12 _____K-State 38-26______________Topeka 2-24-12 _____K-State 33-32______________Topeka 2-5-13 _____K-State 48-20 __________Manhattan 2-22-13 _____K-State 31-25______________Topeka 1-27-14 _____Washburn 27-19 ________Manhattan 2- 7-14 _____Washburn 28-24 ____________Topeka 1-15-15 _____K-State 25-23 __________Manhattan 2-20-15 _____Washburn 48-28 ____________Topeka 1-14-16 _____K-State 66-10 __________Manhattan 1-13-17 _____K-State 71-5 ____________Manhattan 1-25-17 _____K-State 49-16______________Topeka 1-11-19 _____K-State 36-20 __________Manhattan 12-20-30 _____K-State 34-28______________Topeka 12-14-31 _____K-State 29-24______________Topeka 12-5-35 _____K-State 58-38 __________Manhattan 12-17-35 _____K-State 29-28______________Topeka 12-6-40 _____K-State 23-15 __________Manhattan 12-10-40 _____K-State 33-29______________Topeka 12-15-41 _____K-State 48-29 __________Manhattan 12-10-42 _____Washburn 40-32 ____________Topeka 2-1-43 _____K-State 53-20 __________Manhattan 12-13-43 _____K-State 34-31 __________Manhattan 12-30-43 _____Washburn 33-28 ________Kansas City 2-4-44 _____Washburn 51-37 ________Manhattan 12-11-44 _____Washburn 33-29 ____________Topeka 2-3-45 _____K-State 61-48 __________Manhattan 12-4-45 _____K-State 46-31______________Topeka 12-11-45 _____Washburn 42-38 ________Manhattan 12-2-46 _____K-State 47-27 __________Manhattan 12-30-46 _____K-State 42-40______________Topeka 11-18-98 _____K-State 76-60 __________Manhattan

n Washington K-State leads 9-6

Home: 4-1, Away: 4-5, Neutral: 1-0 12-18-53 _____K-State 74-64______________Seattle 12-19-53 _____K-State 87-76______________Seattle 12-29-53 _____K-State 81-75 __________Kansas City 12-18-54 _____K-State 81-74 __________Manhattan 12-17-55 _____K-State 74-69 __________Manhattan 12-19-41 _____Washington 45-32 __________Seattle 12-21-57 _____K-State 70-63______________Seattle 12-18-64 _____K-State 73-66______________Seattle 12-19-64 _____Washington 71-62 __________Seattle 12-21-70 _____Washington 64-51 ________Manhattan 12-17-71 _____Washington 96-90 __________Seattle 12-18-71 _____Washington 75-66 __________Seattle 12-16-72 _____K-State 71-64 __________Manhattan 12-17-95 _____K-State 63-62 __________Manhattan 12-9-95 _____Washington 74-60 __________Seattle

n Washington State K-State leads 4-2

Home: 3-0, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 0-0 12-20-41 _____WSU 47-22 ______________Pullman 12-22-49 _____K-State 63-39 __________Manhattan 11-27-04 _____K-State 62-53 __________Manhattan 12-3-05 _____WSU 58-57 ______________Pullman 12-5-09 _____K-State 86-69 __________Manhattan 12-3-10 _____K-State 63-58 ____________Pullman

n West Texas A&M K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-19-94 _____K-State 77-44 __________Manhattan

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n Western Kentucky K-State leads 3-0

Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 1-2-90 _____K-State 75-51 __________Manhattan 3-18-92 _____K-State 85-74 __________Manhattan 2-15-94 _____K-State 71-68 ________Bowling Green

n Wichita State K-State leads 20-11

Home: 14-2, Away: 4-9, Neutral: 2-0 12-17-32 _____WSU 29-27 ______________Wichita 1-8-35 _____WSU 50-34 ______________Wichita 12-26-46 _____K-State 48-41 ____________Wichita 2-24-47 _____K-State 60-41 __________Manhattan 12-12-50 _____K-State 73-42 __________Manhattan 3-14-64 _____K-State 94-86+ ____________Wichita 12-12-69 _____K-State 81-69 __________Manhattan 12-13-69 _____WSU 77-73 ______________Wichita 12-11-70 _____WSU 64-51 ______________Wichita 12-12-70 _____K-State 75-74 __________Manhattan 12-11-71 _____K-State 89-73 __________Manhattan 12-22-71 _____WSU 69-66 (OT) ____________Wichita 1-6-86 _____K-State 77-60 __________Manhattan 12-13-86 _____WSU 63-60 ______________Wichita 1-12-87 _____K-State 79-67 __________Manhattan 1-19-88 _____K-State 58-47 __________Manhattan 2-19-89 _____K-State 73-71 (OT) __________Wichita 1-20-90 _____K-State 83-62 __________Manhattan 1-7-91 _____K-State 67-66 ____________Wichita 1-15-92 _____K-State 72-50 __________Manhattan 12-21-92 _____WSU 74-61 ______________Wichita 1-12-94 _____K-State 71-55 __________Manhattan 1-3-95 _____WSU 75-51 ______________Wichita 1-2-96 _____K-State 70-64 __________Manhattan 12-3-96 _____WSU 74-59 ____________Manhattan 12-10-97 _____K-State 90-83 (OT) __________Wichita 12-8-98 _____K-State 64-47 __________Manhattan 11-21-00 _____WSU 76-66 ______________Wichita 12-5-01 _____WSU 65-56 ____________Manhattan 12-7-02 _____K-State 79-66 ____________Wichita 12-10-03 _____K-State 54-50 __________Manhattan

n William & Mary K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-11-06 _____K-State 70-60 __________Manhattan

n Winston-Salem State K-State leads 1-0

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-22-07 _____K-State 90-48 __________Manhattan

n Wisconsin

Wisconsin leads 4-2 Home: 2-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-2 12-6-49 _____Wisconsin 56-48 __________Madison 12-18-50 _____K-State 77-58 __________Manhattan 12-4-82 _____Wisconsin 64-52 __________Madison 12-10-83 _____K-State 71-64 __________Manhattan 3-22-08 _____Wisconsin 72-55+ ______Omaha, Neb. 3-19-11 _____Wisconsin 70-65+ ______Tucson, Ariz.

n Wisconsin-Parkside K-State leads 4-0

Home: 4-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-8-79 _____K-State 90-77 __________Manhattan 12-13-80 _____K-State 72-58 __________Manhattan 12-12-81 _____K-State 83-63 __________Manhattan 11-29-94 _____K-State 92-75 __________Manhattan

n Wyoming K-State leads 8-3

Home: 4-0, Away: 2-3, Neutral: 2-0 12-31-37 _____Wyoming 30-43 __________Laramie 12-22-45 _____Wyoming 27-43 __________Laramie 12-24-45 _____Wyoming 33-62 __________Laramie 3-19-48 _____K-State 58-48+ __________Kansas City 12-12-53 _____K-State 76-69 __________Manhattan 12-11-54 _____K-State 70-50 __________Manhattan 2-13-56 _____K-State 78-74 ____________Laramie 12-5-90 _____K-State 81-68 __________Manhattan 1-2-92 _____K-State 71-65 ____________Laramie 12-3-03 _____K-State 80-67 __________Manhattan 12-11-04 _____K-State 64-61 __________Casper, Wyo.

n Xavier [Ohio] Series Tied 4-4

Home: 2-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 2-2 12-22-61 _____K-State 75-67 ________Lexington, Ky. 3-16-90 _____Xavier 79-87+ __________Indianapolis _____12-20-95 ____________K-State 73-67 Manhattan 12-29-96 _____Xavier 54-95 ____________Cincinnati 1-3-07 _____Xavier 66-76 ____________Cincinnati 12-31-07 _____Xavier 103-77 ____________Cincinnati 12-8-09 _____K-State 71-56 __________Manhattan 3-25-10 _____K-State 101-96 (2 OTs)+ __Salt Lake City

n Yale

K-State leads 1-0 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 12-29-52 _____K-State 79-70 __________Kansas City KEY *Only includes opponents who are Division I or II ■ later forfeited + NCAA Tournament # NIT % Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament ^ Big 8/12 Championship

n Western Carolina Series Tied 1-1

Home: 1-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-14-97 _____K-State 93-74 __________Manhattan 12-19-01 _____WCU 64-66 ____________Manhattan

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Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-13-98 _____K-State 83-60 __________Manhattan

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Armed with a veteran squad and one of the winningest head coaches in college basketball, Kansas State enjoyed one of its greatest seasons in school history in 2012-13, as the Wildcats posted a 27-8 overall record and a 14-4 mark in league play en route to their first-ever Big 12 regular-season championship and a fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. The 27 wins were the second-most in school history, while the 14 in league play tied the school record held by the 1958-59 team. It was the 20th league championship in school history, including the 18th won in the regular season, and the first since the 1976-77 team claimed the Big Eight title.

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Big 12 Coach of the Year Bruce Weber became just the third first-year head coach to win the Big 12 regular season title since the league’s inception in 1997, while his 27 wins were the third-most by a rookie head coach in conference history. The team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 27th time, including a school-record tying fourth consecutive season, and received its third-highest seed - No. 4 in the West Regional - since the NCAA began seeding teams in 1979. The Wildcats rallied from an 18-point halftime deficit in its second round match-up with 13-seed La Salle at Kansas City’s Sprint Center before seeing their season end in a 63-61 loss. Following is a list of accomplishments from the 2012-13 season: n Earned its first-ever Big 12 Championship in men’s basketball and the first league title in the sport since the 1976-77 Big Eight crown. Overall, it was the 20th conference championship, which includes two Big Eight Tournament in 1977 and 1980, dating back to the start of league play in 1914 spanning the Missouri Valley, Big Six, Big Seven, Big Eight and now Big 12 and the 18th regular-season title. The other crowns came in 1917, 1919, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1973 and 1977. n Advanced to the postseason for the unprecedented seventh consecutive season, including the NCAA Tournament for the fifth time in the last six seasons. The school received a bid to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive season for just the second time in school history and the first time since 1987-90. n Tallied an unprecedented seventh consecutive 20-win season for the first time in school history. n Bruce Weber earned Big 12 Coach of the Year from the league coaches and The Associated Press, while Rodney McGruder, Angel Rodriguez and Shane Southwell were named to the coaches’ all-conference team. McGruder was named to the five-man All-Big 12 First Team and Rodriguez to the five-man All-Big 12 Second Team by both groups, while Southwell was named honorable mention by the coaches. It marked just the third time in school history that three players appeared on an all-conference team (1951 and 1999). n McGruder became just the third Wildcat to earn first team honors in the Big 12 era, while Weber became the sixth K-State head coach to earn conference Coach of the Year honors dating back to 1958 and the second in the Big 12 era. He also collected league Coach of the Year accolades for the third time in his career in his third different league (Missouri Valley and Big Ten). n Built a solid resume in 2012-13, as the Wildcats boasted a No. 19 RPI in the NCAA ranking prior to the NCAA Tournament. Five of the team’s eight losses were to teams (Gonzaga, Kansas and Michigan) ranked No. 1 in either the AP or the Coaches’ poll at some point during the season, while two of the other defeats (Iowa State and Oklahoma State) came on the road to teams with a combined home record of 31-3. K-State was one of five Big 12 schools in the NCAA Tournament, including Kansas, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma and Iowa State. n Set school single season records for assists (557) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4), while tying for the most wins (16) in Bramlage Coliseum history and highest winning percentage (.941, 16-1). Also posted Top 5 single season marks for games played (35, 2nd), total home attendance (225,503, 2nd), 3-point field goals (238, 3rd), steals (247, 5th) and blocks (129, 5th). n Led the Big 12 in scoring defense (60.4 ppg.), turnover margin (+2.6), assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4) and offensive rebounds (13.4), while were in the Top 5 in assists (15.9, 2nd), 3-point field goals made (6.8, 3rd), 3-point field goal percentage (36.2, 3rd), rebounding margin (+3.3, 3rd), scoring margin (+8.5, 4th), steals (7.1, 4th), field goal percentage (43.6%, 5th) and 3-point field goal percentage defense (31.8, 5th). n Tallied its seventh consecutive season of at least 10 non-conference wins after posting an 11-3 mark in 2012-13, including its first regular-season Top 10 non-conference win (No. 8 Florida) since defeating No. 8 Minnesota in 1981. The team has tallied a 69-15 (.829) record in non-conference play over the past six years. n Drew more than 12,000 fans for all 17 games in Bramlage Coliseum, including seven sellouts. The team drew 200,000 or more fans for the sixth time in the last seven seasons, while they ranked second in school history for home attendance (225,503). K-State is one of 13 schools nationally to draw over 12,000 in paid attendance for every home game over the last three seasons, which includes Kentucky, Syracuse, Louisville, North Carolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Kansas, Illinois, Michigan State, New Mexico, and Creighton.

Weber Era Begins on a High Note Bruce Weber’s 27 wins were the most by a first-year head coach in the school’s 109-year history, while he was just the fourth to win 20 games in his first year, joining Bob Huggins (23, 2006-07), Frank Martin (21, 200708) and Lon Kruger (20, 1986-87). He was the second first-year coach to win a league title, joining Zora Clevenger (15-2, 1916-17), while his 14 Big 12 wins were also the most by a rookie coach. He was one of three coaches (Rick Barnes and Larry Eustachy) to win the league title in his first season, while his 27 wins were the third-most by first-year coach in Big 12 history, trailing ISU’s Larry Eustachy (1999-2000) and Missouri’s Frank Haith (2011-12). Weber’s eight-game winning streak (Dec. 18, 2012-Jan. 19, 2013) was the second-longest by a first-year coach and the longest since Clevenger’s 1916-17 squad ended the year with 13 straight wins.

Wildcats Advance to NCAA Tournament... Again Kansas State made its 34th postseason appearance in 2012-13 and its 27th in the NCAA Tournament. It marked the first time in school history that the Wildcats have advanced to seven consecutive postseason tournaments, while it marked the first time that the team has earned four straight trips to the NCAA Tournament since the 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89 and 1989-90 seasons. The squad is now 39-39 all-time in postseason play, including 33-31 in NCAA Tournament. K-State’s 27 NCAA Tournament appearances tie Oklahoma for the third-most among Big 12 teams all-time, trailing just Kansas (42) and Texas (30), and two ahead of West Virginia (25).

Another 20-win Season Kansas State posted its 25th 20-win season in school history in 2012-13 and the 18th posted during the regular season. The team has now won 20 or more games in seven consecutive seasons for the first time in school history. The 27 wins were the second-most in school history, trailing just the 29 won by the Elite Eight squad in 2009-10. The 27 wins produced by head coach Bruce Weber were the most by a rookie head coach in school history (to go with a school-record tying 14 conference wins) and the third-most by a first-year head coach in Big 12 history.

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McGruder Named Honorable Mention All-American Senior Rodney McGruder capped his illustrous four-year career by earning honorable mention All-America honors by The Associated Press. The All-America honor was the first of McGruder’s career, while he is the first Wildcat to earn All-America honors since Jacob Pullen earned recognition to several third team teams in 2011. He is fifth player to earn some type of All-America distinction (first, second, third or freshmen) since 2008. McGruder led Big 12 champion K-State in eight categories, including scoring (15.6 ppg.), double-digit scoring games (29), 20-point games (11), field goals (204), field goals attempted (462), rebounding (5.4 rpg.), free throws attempted (117), starts (35) and minutes (33.5). He was just the third player to earn All-Big 12 First Team honors since the inception of the league, joining Michael Beasley (2008) and Jacob Pullen (2010, 2011). For the season, he averaged 15.6 points on 44.2 percent shooting, including 33.6 percent from 3-point range, with 5.4 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.3 steals in 33.5 minutes per game. In addition to All-Big 12 honors, McGruder was named to the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District teams. He also was selected to the Big 12 AllChampionship Team after averaging 22.3 points and 7.0 rebounds in guiding the Wildcats to the title game. He was only men’s basketball player to earn recognition to the All-Big 12 First Team in both athletics and academics. McGruder departed K-State in the Top 10 of 14 career categories, including first in games played (135), second in consecutive starts (102), third in minutes played (3,708), fourth in 3-point field goals made (188) and attempted (494), fifth in double-digit scoring games (86), steals (116) and starts (102). He is joins two-time All-American Bob Boozer as the only Wildcats to rank in the Top 10 in career scoring (1,576, seventh) and rebounding (654, seventh). He is a part of the winningest senior class in school history (101), while he is one of just four Wildcats to appear in four consecutive NCAA Tournaments (Steve Henson, Jordan Henriquez and Martavious Irving).

Winningest Senior Class in School History The three-man senior class of Jordan Henriquez, Martavious Irving and Rodney McGruder became the winningest class in school history on Feb. 25 vs. Texas Tech, earning its 97th victory. The trio ended their careers with a 101-38 (.727) overall record, which is five more than the 2011-12 class (Victor Ojeleye and Jamar Samuels) for the most wins by a class. They are the fourth consecutive class to tally 90 or more wins in their career, while they are just the second class in school history (1989-90) to advance to the NCAA Tournament in four straight seasons. All three seniors finished in the Top 10 on the career games played list at K-State, as McGruder (135) tied the school record held by Jacob Pullen, while Irving (130) tied for third and Henriquez (126) sixth. McGruder finished among the Top 10 in 14 career categories, including both scoring and rebounding, while Henriquez holds nearly every shot blocking record, including career (20) and single-season (77) marks.


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K-State proved to be a balanced team across the board with eight players averaging four or more points, including just two in double figures, and five averaging three or more rebounds per game. Rodney McGruder (15.6 ppg., 4th in Big 12) and Angel Rodriguez (11.4 ppg., 18th in Big 12) were the only Wildcats averaging in double figures, while three others - Shane Southwell (8.4 ppg.), Thomas Gipson (7.9 ppg.) and Will Spradling (7.4 ppg.) - averaged better than seven points per contest. The team saw 10 players collect 104 double-digit scoring games with McGruder (29) leading the way, while the squad had eight players with 50+ field goals made with McGruder’s 204 the second-most of any Big 12 player.

K-State has continued to be one of the nation’s best defensive teams, ranking 36th in scoring defense (60.4). In all, the Wildcats ranked either first, second or third in five Big 12 defensive categories, including first in scoring defense, turnover margin and rebounding defense and third in 3-point field goal percentage defense and rebounding margin. The squad also ranked fourth in steals, fifth in 3-point field goal percentage defense and sixth in field goal percentage defense and blocks.

K-State was the only Big 12 school to have eight players with 50+ made field goals and five players with 30+ 3-pointers, while Baylor was the only other league school with 10 players with double-digit scoring efforts. In all, the Wildcats had six players lead or share the lead in scoring led by McGruder (18). He also led the team in rebounding at 5.4 per game, while Gipson (5.0 rpg.) and Jordan Henriquez (5.0 rpg.) also averaged better than four rebounds per game. The team saw eight players either lead or share the lead in rebounding with Henriquez pacing the squad in 10 games, just ahead of Gipson (nine) and McGruder (eight). The Wildcats were also diverse in other categories, including five players posting 60 or more assists and seven with 15 or more steals. Four players averaged more than 20 minutes per game, while five others averaged better than 10 minutes per game.

Lineup Change The switch to a four-guard lineup on Dec. 18 proved to be a pivotal decision by head coach Bruce Weber, as the Wildcats averaged 68.3 points on 45 percent shooting, including 37 percent from 3-point range. The squad posted an 20-6 mark in that span, including victories over No. 8/9 Florida, No. 22/21 Oklahoma State (twice), Oklahoma (twice), Iowa State and Baylor (twice). Although the team scored 70.8 points in their first nine games, they connected on nearly five percent higher from the field (44.6 from 40.8), four percent higher from 3-point range (37.1 from 33.3) and posted more 3-pointers (7.1 from 6.0), while dishing out more assists (16.0 from 15.6) and producing fewer turnovers (11.1 from 12.8) in the last 26 games. K-State connected on better than 45 percent from the field in 13 of those games, including 50 percent or better on eight occasions, while shooting better than 40 percent from 3-point range in 12 games. Rodney McGruder averaged five more points per game (16.9 from 11.9) on nearly 10 percent higher field goal percentage (46.2 from 37.8) in the last 26 games, while Shane Southwell improved his average from 6.3 points in first nine to 9.0 points in the same span.

Heating Up in Big 12 Play K-State found more of an offensive rhythm during Big 12 play, where the Wildcats led the league in field goal percentage (45.7), assists (16.9), turnover margin (+2.7) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.6) and were second in 3-point field goal percentage (38.9) and makes (7.8). The squad connected on 45 percent or better in 11 league games, including better than 50 percent against West Virginia (twice), Iowa State (twice), Texas Tech and TCU. The team shot better than 40 percent from 3-point range in 10 league games with 9 or more 3-point makes in seven contests, including a season-high 12 vs. TCU on March 5. Rodney McGruder ranked first in Big 12 games in minutes (34.9), sixth in scoring (16.1 ppg.), seventh in free throw percentage (76.1), ninth in field goal percentage (46.2), 10th in 3-point field goal percentage (36.0) and 11th in 3-point field goals (1.8). Angel Rodriguez was second in league-only contests in assists (6.2), third in free throw percentage (83.3) and assist-to-turnover ratio (2.5), 13th in 3-point field goal percentage (34.5) and 15th in scoring (12.3 ppg.) and 3-point field goals (1.6). Shane Southwell ranked in the Top 10 in both 3-point field goal percentage (44.0, 4th) and makes (1.8, 10th), while he was 14th in assists (2.6).

Protecting the Ball K-State was solid protecting the ball in 2012-13, as the Wildcats ranked first in the Big 12 in both assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4) and turnover margin (+2.6). The assistto-turnover ratio ranked 11th nationally, while the turnover margin and turnovers per game rank 42nd and 46th, respectively. The team produced a Big 12-low 11.5 turnovers per game, while forcing its foes into an average of 14.1 turnovers (fourthmost in the Big 12). The Wildcats committed 14 or fewer miscues in 28 games, including a season-low six on three occasions, while they forced their foes into 18+ turnovers seven times, including a season-high 26 by Lamar. The 1.4 assist-to-turnover ratio set the school record, ahead of the previous mark of 1.28 posted by the 2004-05 team, while the 403 turnovers were the ninth-fewest for a season in school history and the fewest since the 2004-05 season. The team’s 557 assists also broke the school record previously held by the 2006-07 squad, while the 15.9 assists per game average tied for the fifth. Angel Rodriguez’s 173 assists were the second-most in school history behind Steve Henson (186, 198788), while his 5.24 per game average placed fifth and was the highest average since Larry Reid (5.32) in 2001-02. Will Spradling (2.41) and Shane Southwell (2.08) also finished among the Top 10 in season assist-to-turnover ratio.

The 2,115 points surrendered were the fewest in the shot clock era (1985-86) and the fewest since the 1982-83 squad allowed just 1,635 points (58.4 ppg.) through its 28-game schedule. The 60.4 points per game scoring average was the fifthlowest since 1953 behind the 1981-82 (58.0),1982-83 (58.4), 1980-81 (59.4) and 1961-62 (59.8) squads. The Wildcats held 24 opponents to 65 points or less, including 11 to 55 points or less, while 11 were held under 40 percent shooting from the field and 10 to 25 percent or less shooting from 3-point range. The team’s defense was nearly historic in the 87-26 win over Alabama-Huntsville on Nov. 13, as the 26 points allowed were one shy of the Bramlage Coliseum record of 25 set against Savannah State on Jan. 7, 2008. The Chargers’ 16.4 field goal percentage was only surpassed by Savannah State’s 15.5 percentage.

Points Off Turnovers A trademark of Frank Martin-coached teams were their ability to score points off of opponent’s mistakes and Bruce Weber continued that legacy in 2012-13. The Wildcats outscored their opponents, 574-409 (an average of 16.4 points per game), in 35 games in points off of turnovers. The squad has posted 10 or more points off of miscues in 30 of 35 games, including 20 or more points on 10 occasions, with a season-best 34 vs. Lamar on Nov. 12. The team out-scored its 18 Big 12 opponents, 314-215 (average of 17.4 points per game), in points off of turnovers, including 20+ points in wins over TCU (twice), Oklahoma, Baylor and Texas Tech and a near season-best 33-point effort in a win over Texas on Jan. 30. They were 20-2 when scoring more points off of turnovers, while they were 7-5 when being outscored in points off of turnovers. In contrast, the Wildcats outscored their opponents, 486306 (average of 18.0 points per game), in points off of turnovers in their 27 wins, while were outscored 103-88 (an average of 11.1 points per game) in points off of turnovers in their eight losses. K-State is forcing its opponents into 14.1 turnovers per game (fourth-highest in the Big 12), including a season-high 26 by Lamar, while turning the ball a Big 12-low 11.5 times per game. The 1.4 assist-to-turnover ratio ranked 11th and first in the Big 12 with Angel Rodriguez boasting the league’s second-best assist-to-turnover ratio. In Martin’s five seasons, the Wildcats averaged 18.2 points per game off of turnovers. Nearly 25 percent of the points scored from 2007-12 came off of offense generated from miscues. With 574 in 2012-13, the school has now scored 500 or more points off of opponent turnovers in seven straight seasons.

Close Games Although the season ended with a heartbreaking 63-61 loss to La Salle in the NCAA Tournament, the Wildcats were successful in close games in 2012-13, posting a 134 record in games decided by 10 points or less and a 7-4 mark in games decided by six points or less, including seven Big 12 wins. Angel Rodriguez, who knocked down the game-winning free throws in the last five seconds in the win at Oklahoma on Feb. 2 and was 6-of-6 in the last 2:24 in the win over Iowa State on Feb. 9, paced the team in free throws (35), attempted (38) and percentage (92.1) in the last five minutes of games. Will Spradling, who was also impressive from the line in clutch situations (21-of-27 in the last five minutes this season and 79-of-97 for his career), went a combined 10-of-10 from the line in the last 35 seconds in wins over Delaware, George Washington and Texas Southern. Rodney McGruder (24-of-28) and Shane Southwell (8-of-11) were also solid from the line in the last five minutes of games. In the 65-64 win over West Virginia on Jan. 12, Southwell knocked down two free throws in the last 21 seconds and also blocked the game-winning shot with one second left. With the score tied at 50-all at Oklahoma on Feb. 2, Rodriguez knocked down a pair of game-winning free throws with 5.6 seconds left. McGruder hit the game-winning 3-pointer with one second left in a 64-61 win at Baylor on March 2, as the team was 5-2 in games decided by three points or less. It was the first buzzer-beating 3-pointer since Jarrett Hart’s trey against Gardner-Weber on Nov. 29, 2003 and the third gamewinning 3-pointer since 1986.

Bench Production Adding to the K-State’s balanced attack was its the production from the bench, where the Wildcats averaged 20.2 points, including a 708-567 edge over foes. The team collected at least 20 points from its bench in 17 games, including a seasonhigh 45 points vs. North Dakota on Nov. 9 and Texas on Jan. 30. Reserves scored nearly half of the team’s points five times with Thomas Gipson posting the scoring lead vs. North Dakota (13), Delaware (12) and Texas (17). Gipson came off the bench in 15 of last 16 games, where he averaged 9.2 points on 57 percent shooting with 4.4 rebounds in 18.4 minutes per game off the bench. Ten of his 14 doubledigit efforts came from the bench, which included seven in Big 12 play.

Recapping 2012-13 n Overall Record: 27-8 n

Big 12 Record: 14-4 (t-1st)

n Final Ranking: No. 12 (AP), No. 20 (Coaches) n Big 12 Championship (No. 2 seed): Defeated No. 7 seed Texas (66-49, quarterfinals) and No. 3 seed Oklahoma State (68-57, semifinals) before losing to top-seed Kansas (54-70) in the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship (tournament played at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.). n NCAA Tournament (No. 4 seed, West Regional): Lost to No. 13 seed La Salle (61-63) in the second round (played at the the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.). n Athletic Honors: Rodney McGruder (Honorable mention All-American by The Associated Press, one of 30 candidates for the Naismith Player of the Year Award, First Team AllBig 12 by the league coaches and The Associated Press, Big 12 All-Championship Team, NABC AllDistrict 8 First Team, USBWA All-District VI, Academic All-Big 12 First Team, Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the Week four times (Dec. 10 and 24, 2012 and Jan. 7 and 21, 2013)... Angel Rodriguez (Second Team All-Big 12 by the league coaches and The Associated Press, Big 12 All-Defensive Team, Big 12 All-Championship Team, NABC AllDistrict 8 Second Team, Phillips 66 co-Big 12 Player of the Week (Feb. 18, 2013), Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off All-Tournament Team)... Shane Southwell (Honorable mention All-Big 12 by the league coaches)... Will Spradling (Academic All-Big 12 Second Team)... Bruce Weber (Big 12 Coach of the Year by the league coaches and The Associated Press, USBWA All-District VI Coach of the Year, NABC District 8 Coach of the Year). n Team Accomplishments: The team won its first-ever Big 12 Conference championship in 201213 and its first league title since 1977... It marked the 20th overall conference title in program history, including the 18th regular season crown... The 27 wins were the second-most in a single-season in school history behind the 29 won in 2009-10... The team has now posted 20 or more wins for seven consecutive years, which is the longest stretch in school history... The team has advanced to the postseason for seven straight seasons (5 NCAAs, 2 NITs) for the first time in school history... The 27 NCAA Tournament appearances tie for the thirdmost among Big 12 schools... The team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive year... It marks the second time in school history that the school has advanced to four straight NCAAs and the first time since 1986-90... The team tied the 1958-59 squad for the most conference wins (14) in school history... The team tied the 2010-11 squad for the most wins in Bramlage Coliseum (16)... Set school single-season records for assists (557) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4)... Led the Big 12 in scoring defensive (60.4 ppg.), turnover margin (+2.6), assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4) and offensive rebounds (13.4)... Led the Big 12 in field goal percentage (45.7), assists (16.9), turnover ratio (+2.7) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.6) in conference-only games.

Rn ecords/Milestones: The class of Martavious Irving, Jordan Henriquez and Rodney McGruder became the winningest in school history with 101 victories and just the second to advance to the NCAA Tournament four times... McGruder finished seventh on the all-time scoring list with 1,576 points, while he is just the second player in school history to rank in the Top 10 in both career scoring (7th) and rebounding (8th).

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Overall Record: 27-8 (Home: 17-1, Away: 7-3, Neutral: 3-4) Big 12 Record: 14-4 (Home: 8-1, Away: 6-3) Date Oct. 30 Nov. 4 Nov. 9 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Dec. 2 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 18 Dec. 22 Dec. 29 Dec. 31 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 22 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 March 2 March 5 March 9 March 14 March 15 March 16 March 22

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Opponent WASHBURN$ EMPORIA STATE$ NORTH DAKOTA LAMAR^ ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE^ NORTH FLORIDA vs. Delaware% vs. 4/4 Michigan% USC UPSTATE @George Washington vs. 14/14 Gonzaga# TEXAS SOUTHERN 8/9 FLORIDA& KANSAS CITY SOUTH DAKOTA 22/21 OKLAHOMA STATE* @West Virginia* @TCU* OKLAHOMA* 3/2 KANSAS* @Iowa State* TEXAS* @Oklahoma* @Texas Tech* IOWA STATE* @14/13 Kansas* BAYLOR* WEST VIRGINIA* @Texas* TEXAS TECH* @Baylor* TCU* @13/14 Oklahoma State* vs. Texas! vs. 14/15 Oklahoma State! vs. 7/6 Kansas! vs. La Salle+

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Record [Big 12] --1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 6-1 7-1 7-2 8-2 9-2 10-2 11-2 12-2 (1-0) 13-2 (2-0) 14-2 (3-0) 15-2 (4-0) 15-3 (4-1) 15-4 (4-2) 16-4 (5-2) 17-4 (6-2) 18-4 (7-2) 19-4 (8-2) 19-5 (8-3) 20-5 (9-3) 21-5 (10-3) 22-5 (11-3) 23-5 (12-3) 24-5 (13-3) 25-5 (14-3) 25-6 (14-4) 26-6 27-6 27-7 27-8

High Points Williams 14 Johnson 17 Two players 13 Rodriguez 19 Southwell 16 McGruder 16 Three players 12 McGruder 16 McGruder 22 Rodriguez 17 Rodriguez 14 McGruder 26 Spradling 17 McGruder 17 Williams 16 McGruder 28 Two players 17 McGruder 21 McGruder 20 Southwell 19 Spradling 15 Gipson 17 Spradling 12 McGruder 18 McGruder 22 McGruder 20 Rodriguez 22 Spradling 19 McGruder 20 Gipson 20 McGruder 18 Rodriguez 21 McGruder 22 McGruder 24 McGruder 25 McGruder 18 Two players 17

High Rebounds Two players 9 Johnson 9 Johnson 9 Two players 8 Southwell 9 Diaz 10 Two players 6 McGruder 7 Williams 9 Gipson 12 McGruder 5 Gipson 12 Williams 7 Williams 13 McGruder 9 Gipson 6 Henriquez 7 Henriquez 10 Southwell 7 Southwell 7 McGruder 7 Gipson 7 McGruder 9 McGruder 9 Gipson 7 McGruder 6 Henriquez 10 Henriquez 7 Henriquez 7 Gipson 8 Henriquez 9 Henriquez 5 Two players 6 Two players 7 Henriquez 11 Gipson 6 Henriquez 12

High Assists Southwell 5 Two players 3 Four players 3 Two players 4 Rodriguez 6 Rodriguez 6 Spradling 7 Rodriguez 6 Two players 4 Rodriguez 5 Rodriguez 3 Two players 5 Spradling 5 Two players 3 Two players 6 Rodriguez 8 Spradling 4 Irving 5 Rodriguez 9 Rodriguez 8 Rodriguez 6 Rodriguez 8 Southwell 4 Southwell 4 McGruder 5 Rodriguez 6 Rodriguez 10 Rodriguez 7 Two players 6 Rodriguez 7 Rodriguez 8 Rodriguez 10 Rodriguez 6 Rodriguez 5 Two players 4 Two players 2 Rodriguez 4

High Blocks Three players 2 Rodriguez 1 Henriquez 1 Henriquez 6 Two players 1 McGruder 2 Spradling 1 Henriquez 3 Two players 1 Henriquez 3 Johnson 2 Gipson 4 Henriquez 5 Henriquez 2 Henriquez 3 Henriquez 2 Two players 1 Two players 1 Henriquez 3 Henriquez 3 Two players 1 Henriquez 1 Henriquez 1 Three players 1 Henriquez 2 Henriquez 2 Henriquez 5 Henriquez 4 Henriquez 2 Gipson 2 Henriquez 3 Two players 1 Southwell 1 Southwell 3 Henriquez 3 Henriquez 1 Henriquez 5

High Steals Three players 2 Rodriguez 2 Two players 2 Spradling 3 Lawrence 3 Spradling 4 McGruder 3 Johnson 2 Diaz 3 Rodriguez 3 Two players 2 Gipson 3 McGruder 2 McGruder 4 McGruder 2 Two players 2 Irving 3 Irving 3 Rodriguez 3 Two players 2 Rodriguez 2 Southwell 3 Southwell 3 None McGruder 4 Two players 4 Rodriguez 3 Two players 2 McGruder 2 Rodriguez 4 McGruder 3 Southwell 2 Southwell 2 Southwell 3 Rodriguez 3 Two players 2 Two players 2

Attend. 12,104 12,248 12,199 12,068 12,006 12,119 7,230 7,198 12,223 3,570 16,241 12,005 16,303 12,528 12,230 12,528 10,039 4,872 12,528 12,528 14,376 12,109 11,882 8,145 12,528 16,300 12,528 12,329 11,420 12,216 9,656 12,528 13,611 17,527 19,160 19,256 18,301

$ – Exhibition ^ – Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off Midwest Regional (Bramlage Coliseum; Manhattan, Kan.) % – Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off Championship Rounds (Madison Square Gardens; New York City, N.Y.) # – State Farm Battle in Seattle (KeyArena; Seattle, Wash.) & – Hy-Vee Wildcat Classic (Sprint Center; Kansas City, Mo.) * – Big 12 Conference game ! – Phillips 66 Big 12 Conference Tournament (Sprint Center; Kansas City, Mo.) + – West Regional Second/Third Rounds (Sprint Center; Kansas City, Mo.)

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Total 225,503 111,822 103,871 100,301 104,643 434,017 212,123

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High 16,303 vs. Florida (12/22/12) 12,528 six times 16,300 at Kansas (2/11/13) 16,300 at Kansas (2/11/13) 19,256 vs. Kansas (3/16/13) 19,256 vs. Kansas (3/16/13) 16,300 at Kansas (2/11/13)

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GP 35 33 33 35 34 33 33 34 26 30 31 13 15 11

GS 35 33 26 14 33 2 21 11 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 1171 930 854 653 933 685 525 424 201 278 262 25 49 10

Avg 33.5 28.2 25.9 18.7 27.4 20.8 15.9 12.5 7.7 9.3 8.5 1.9 3.3 0.9

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TOTAL FG FGA 204 462 115 319 104 230 106 205 77 195 58 154 68 134 60 130 26 49 28 50 22 59 2 9 1 2 1 4

Pct .442 .361 .452 .517 .395 .377 .507 .462 .531 .560 .373 .222 .500 .250

3-PTS 3FG FGA 51 152 55 160 48 110 0 0 46 128 35 88 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 15 0 3 0 0 0 0

Pct .336 .344 .436 .000 .359 .398 .000 .000 .000 .000 .200 .000 .000 .000

FT 88 90 21 64 51 17 28 23 18 12 18 0 2 0

FTA 117 109 35 103 59 23 72 33 28 22 25 0 4 1

Pct .752 .826 .600 .621 .864 .739 .389 .697 .643 .545 .720 .000 .500 .000

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REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk 74 114 188 5.4 54 0 71 58 9 18 51 69 2.1 70 1 173 78 0 21 105 126 3.8 55 1 83 40 15 82 93 175 5.0 83 1 13 51 12 11 76 87 2.6 69 0 82 34 4 12 47 59 1.8 50 0 71 35 2 75 89 164 5.0 80 4 13 26 64 53 58 111 3.3 66 1 17 24 3 26 15 41 1.6 35 1 7 15 5 42 33 75 2.5 35 1 3 9 11 12 31 43 1.4 27 0 15 15 4 0 4 4 0.3 3 0 2 1 0 0 2 2 0.1 1 0 7 6 0 1 0 1 0.1 3 0 0 2 0 43 47 90 2.6 0 9 470 765 1235 35.3 631 10 557 403 129 375 745 1120 32.0 575 - 388 493 119

Stl 44 50 37 16 29 17 7 12 6 10 16 1 2 0

Pts 547 375 277 276 251 168 164 143 70 68 65 4 4 2 0 247 2414 194 2115

Avg 15.6 11.4 8.4 7.9 7.4 5.1 5.0 4.2 2.7 2.3 2.1 0.3 0.3 0.2 69.0 60.4

Stl 23 33 23 5 11 9 6 5 5 0 3 0 0 1

Avg 16.1 12.3 9.6 8.7 7.2 5.6 4.3 3.4 1.8 1.6 0.9 0.4 0.3 0.0

Big 12 Conference Games: (Overall: 14-4, Home: 8-1, Away: 6-3) No 22 13 01 42 55 03 21 11 12 20 50 24 40 44 TM

Player McGruder, Rodney Rodriguez, Angel Southwell, Shane Gipson, Thomas Spradling, Will Irving, Martavious Henriquez, Jordan Williams, Nino Lawrence, Omari Diaz, Adrian Johnson, DJ Schultz, Ryan Meyer, Shawn Orris, Michael TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

GP 18 18 18 18 17 18 17 18 16 12 14 5 6 6

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Min 628 547 492 335 460 385 281 198 103 59 88 7 5 12

Avg 34.9 30.4 27.3 18.6 27.1 21.4 16.5 11.0 6.4 4.9 6.3 1.4 0.8 2.0

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TOTAL FG FGA 103 223 69 186 62 142 64 110 40 92 34 83 31 62 27 53 12 23 7 9 5 9 1 2 1 2 0 1

Pct .462 .371 .437 .582 .435 .410 .500 .509 .522 .778 .556 .500 .500 .000

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Pct .360 .330 .440 .000 .400 .478 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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Avg PF FO A TO 4.9 36 0 37 31 2.1 36 1 112 45 4.0 35 1 46 18 4.2 50 1 8 26 2.3 40 0 34 13 1.8 32 0 37 21 4.9 49 4 10 13 2.1 36 1 8 11 1.2 15 0 5 3 0.7 13 0 3 4 1.3 14 0 2 4 0.2 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 2 2.4 0 4 30.9 356 8 305 195 30.9 281 - 212 243

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Avg 7.0 3.3 2.7 4.7 5.7 3.0 2.7 2.0 2.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 35.7 37.7

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Pct .500 .429 .250 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .143 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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Pts 67 40 18 18 16 11 8 6 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 188 176

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Player Southwell, Shane Henriquez, Jordan McGruder, Rodney Gipson, Thomas Irving, Martavious Rodriguez, Angel Spradling, Will Williams, Nino TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

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2 Opponent @KANSAS STATE North Dakota @KANSAS STATE Lamar @KANSAS STATE Alabama-Huntsville @KANSAS STATE North Florida KANSAS STATE vs. Delaware KANSAS STATE vs. Michigan @KANSAS STATE USC Upstate KANSAS STATE @George Washington KANSAS STATE vs. Gonzaga @KANSAS STATE Texas Southern @KANSAS STATE Florida @KANSAS STATE Kansas City @KANSAS STATE South Dakota @KANSAS STATE Oklahoma State KANSAS STATE @West Virginia KANSAS STATE @TCU @KANSAS STATE Oklahoma @KANSAS STATE Kansas KANSAS STATE @Iowa State @KANSAS STATE Texas KANSAS STATE @Oklahoma KANSAS STATE @Texas Tech @KANSAS STATE Iowa State KANSAS STATE @Kansas @KANSAS STATE Baylor @KANSAS STATE West Virginia KANSAS STATE @Texas @KANSAS STATE Texas Tech KANSAS STATE @Baylor @KANSAS STATE TCU KANSAS STATE @Oklahoma State KANSAS STATE vs. Texas KANSAS STATE vs. Oklahoma State KANSAS STATE vs. Kansas KANSAS STATE vs. La Salle

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Pct. 43.9 30.2 40.3 44.7 55.7 16.4 37.9 36.4 38.5 44.4 36.7 51.8 45.0 35.7 35.7 41.5 33.3 47.1 56.4 45.6 41.7 40.4 32.1 33.3 50.0 32.7 45.0 40.8 51.0 51.1 48.2 37.5 44.0 47.2 35.1 45.7 50.9 48.1 47.6 41.3 37.5 38.8 43.4 44.0 51.0 49.1 40.0 48.3 45.5 45.7 50.0 40.5 48.1 46.0 50.9 45.8 42.9 39.2 54.4 50.0 39.3 56.8 40.7 34.0 39.3 30.5 35.0 49.1 42.1 42.9

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OR 18 13 21 11 13 6 29 13 18 11 12 10 19 17 24 11 10 10 12 9 11 10 19 13 11 7 12 5 9 9 10 12 6 14 10 10 5 11 14 9 9 10 15 7 12 14 6 14 16 8 12 13 12 14 14 4 13 16 9 11 13 5 15 13 14 17 12 10 15 8

G DR 30 22 19 26 42 16 25 18 21 23 18 32 26 20 22 25 16 23 26 17 25 17 21 23 28 17 27 24 19 18 24 19 19 25 18 25 23 24 20 21 25 28 23 13 14 13 17 27 17 22 15 15 22 17 27 16 19 20 14 17 16 27 21 22 26 23 19 28 21 22

A Tot 48 35 40 37 55 22 54 31 39 34 30 42 45 37 46 36 26 33 38 26 36 27 40 36 39 24 39 29 28 27 34 31 25 39 28 35 28 35 34 30 34 38 38 20 26 27 23 41 33 30 27 28 34 31 41 20 32 36 23 28 29 32 36 35 40 40 31 38 36 30

M PF 18 25 17 17 14 12 16 22 20 16 15 17 20 21 18 18 16 17 11 18 16 20 14 24 19 10 24 18 22 12 21 10 15 18 15 11 23 15 21 20 18 12 17 19 13 18 19 17 16 13 28 21 26 17 15 16 19 13 19 14 25 17 14 16 18 19 15 9 14 13

E AST 16 7 20 13 17 6 16 10 18 8 13 12 19 11 11 9 10 15 21 15 16 11 12 5 19 4 19 6 12 13 17 9 17 16 12 12 18 15 21 8 11 8 10 9 16 11 16 16 20 13 19 13 19 7 20 12 17 16 27 15 14 13 10 11 14 10 8 17 12 12

T O T A TO 14 19 10 26 11 14 16 20 14 15 6 9 16 16 10 12 18 14 15 13 10 9 11 19 17 13 12 12 14 14 8 12 8 16 10 13 12 10 6 18 10 14 9 4 14 20 14 14 6 19 18 13 13 12 12 14 11 15 9 12 9 11 7 15 14 14 10 14 9 8

BLK 5 2 8 4 2 2 3 6 1 6 3 5 2 2 6 12 5 5 4 2 7 2 4 4 5 3 4 3 2 2 2 2 4 2 5 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 4 2 3 1 5 6 5 2 4 2 4 3 2 1 4 6 2 2 1 5 3 3 6 5 1 6 7 5

STL 8 11 11 5 9 6 10 6 7 5 5 2 9 8 7 6 6 6 5 6 5 4 9 4 3 13 5 6 8 4 6 5 7 1 6 6 4 3 9 1 10 4 0 5 8 6 12 9 9 2 7 10 5 4 8 6 9 5 4 7 7 6 9 4 6 7 8 7 6 4

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2H 49 25 36 40 40 15 34 29 39 38 33 42 36 33 38 33 26 41 43 38 34 38 27 23 40 32 43 35 29 31 29 29 34 33 28 28 40 47 45 38 24 27 31 30 46 38 33 36 43 32 38 41 41 37 44 25 31 27 37 41 40 40 32 21 40 34 38 46 35 19

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11 Williams 3-5-0 8-4-4 4-2-0 10-2-0 2-3-0 4-3-0 6-9-1 8-9-0 2-3-1 INJ 4-7-0 8-13-2 16-7-1 17-5-1 6-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-4-1 5-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-1 0-2-1 2-0-0 0-0-0 13-5-2 2-1-0 11-7-1 0-2-0 0-0-1 2-6-0 4-3-0 2-2-0 0-1-0 0-0-0

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LHEADLINE A N E 20 Diaz 3-3-0 4-2-0 4-5-1 9-10-0 6-3-0 7-1-0 10-4-2 2-1-1 4-3-0 0-1-0 CD 0-0-0 2-0-0 CD 0-0-0 8-2-2 4-2-0 0-0-0 CD 2-1-0 CD 0-1-0 CD 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 CD 3-0-0 CD 2-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 CD 0-0-0 CD

21 Henriquez 8-4-0 5-8-0 8-6-0 5-8-0 0-3-0 8-3-0 CD 2-3-0 0-0-0 8-2-0 9-6-0 0-3-0 5-5-1 4-5-0 9-7-0 8-10-1 2-3-1 4-5-0 2-2-0 7-4-0 8-3-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 2-5-1 10-10-2 2-7-2 6-7-0 CD 8-9-1 0-5-1 0-0-1 2-1-0 8-11-1 6-5-1 17-12-0

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S 24 Schultz 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-0-0 CD CD CD 0-0-0 CD 0-1-0 CD CD CD 0-1-1 CD CD 0-0-0 CD CD CD 2-0-0 CD CD CD 0-0-0 INJ INJ INJ 0-1-0 CD 0-0-0 CD 0-0-0 CD 0-0-0 CD

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42 Gipson 13-5-0 3-6-1 6-6-0 12-9-0 12-6-1 2-4-0 11-7-0 6-12-0 0-4-0 14-12-2 7-5-0 13-6-0 2-5-0 9-6-0 3-2-0 4-1-0 3-4-0 5-4-0 4-0-1 17-7-0 6-4-1 12-5-0 16-7-1 0-3-1 6-3-0 11-4-1 10-4-0 20-8-0 4-5-0 11-2-1 15-6-2 3-2-0 2-1-0 6-6-1 8-4-0

I 44 Orris 0-0-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 CD CD 0-1-0 CD 2-1-1 CD CD CD 0-0-0 CD CD 0-0-0 CD CD CD 0-0-2 CD CD CD 0-0-0 0-0-0 CD CD 0-0-1 CD 0-0-0 CD 0-0-0 CD 0-0-0 CD

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55 Spradling 10-2-3 14-2-1 10-5-1 3-3-4 12-6-7 3-0-1 9-1-4 10-0-3 8-2-1 8-4-5 17-6-5 8-4-3 11-4-6 1-5-4 2-2-4 6-1-1 15-3-1 0-2-2 15-3-4 5-4-2 12-3-0 9-4-0 3-2-0 10-0-2 7-1-2 19-4-2 8-1-3 5-3-4 0-0-0 INJ 6-1-3 3-1-1 0-4-0 0-3-1 2-1-2

^NIT Season Tip-Off Midwest Regional (Bramlage Coliseum; Manhattan, Kan.) | ^NIT Season Tip-Off Championship Round (Madison Square Garden; New York City, N.Y.) | $State Farm Battle in Seatte (KeyArena; Seattle, Wash.) | #Hy-Vee Wildcat Classic (Sprint Center; Kansas City, Mo.) | !Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship (Sprint Center; Kansas City, Mo.) | +NCAA West Regional Second/Third Rounds (Sprint Center; Kansas City, Mo.) | CD – DNP-Coach’s Decision | INJ – DNP-Injury

Starting Line-up Opponent North Dakota Lamar Alabama-Huntsville North Florida vs. Delaware vs. Michigan USC Upstate @George Washington vs. Gonzaga Texas Southern Florida# Kansas City South Dakota Oklahoma State* @West Virginia* @TCU* Oklahoma* Kansas* @Iowa State* Texas* @Oklahoma* @Texas Tech* Iowa State* @Kansas* Baylor* West Virginia* @Texas* Texas Tech* @Baylor* TCU* @Oklahoma State* vs. Texas! vs. Oklahoma State! vs. Kansas! vs. La Salle+

Speciality Statistics (K-State/Opponent) G Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Spradling Spradling Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez Rodriguez

G Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling McGruder McGruder Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling Irving Irving Spradling Spradling Spradling Spradling

G/F McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder Southwell Southwell McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder McGruder

F Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Southwell Southwell Williams Williams Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell Southwell

F Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Gipson Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Gipson Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez Henriquez

Opponent North Dakota Lamar Alabama-Huntsville North Florida vs. Delaware vs. Michigan USC Upstate @George Washington vs. Gonzaga Texas Southern Florida# Kansas City South Dakota Oklahoma State* @West Virginia* @TCU* Oklahoma* Kansas* @Iowa State* Texas* @Oklahoma* @Texas Tech* Iowa State* @Kansas* Baylor* West Virginia* @Texas* Texas Tech* @Baylor* TCU* @Oklahoma State* vs. Texas! vs. Oklahoma State! vs. Kansas! vs. La Salle+

Paint 30/28 26/20 44/8 36/24 28/32 30/30 39/30 26/32 12/38 46/20 12/32 26/22 32/26 36/34 26/26 34/26 16/34 16/26 36/28 42/26 24/26 18/30 28/24 16/34 34/20 22/14 24/36 44/26 28/26 30/28 24/36 22/20 28/22 24/36 32/26

OffTO 14/11 34/7 17/4 20/9 15/11 9/9 21/16 7/12 9/23 14/12 11/15 16/9 16/16 12/11 19/11 20/6 26/6 14/8 11/15 33/8 8/17 7/11 27/13 11/19 22/6 19/20 15/18 20/12 16/6 22/15 12/13 24/10 11/14 12/5 10/11

2ndCh 14/11 18/9 14/2 21/14 13/10 18/10 23/16 17/15 15/12 11/9 10/10 8/15 15/9 18/4 8/8 14/14 5/20 10/9 2/18 12/4 13/9 11/12 20/10 2/19 15/5 4/9 7/10 19/4 10/15 13/8 8/8 16/9 12/17 12/10 19/13

FBreak 9/6 15/2 12/0 14/3 6/4 11/8 8/6 7/8 5/6 10/3 0/4 2/4 8/8 4/12 4/4 3/6 9/4 14/6 10/4 11/10 6/4 2/6 6/10 12/8 9/10 10/4 9/14 10/10 4/2 14/13 6/8 6/8 16/9 6/6 2/4

Bench 45/18 24/21 44/11 38/18 32/6 16/27 23/28 9/22 24/13 13/3 21/7 5/19 14/4 27/11 17/25 26/20 7/13 6/14 15/11 45/17 18/24 22/25 26/17 4/8 14/9 26/32 20/28 18/28 17/2 15/14 23/6 22/21 11/14 11/24 10/7

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Opponent North Dakota Lamar Alabama-Huntsville North Florida vs. Delaware^ vs. Michigan^ USC Upstate @George Washington vs. Gonzaga$ Texas Southern Florida# Kansas City South Dakota Oklahoma State* @West Virginia* @TCU* Oklahoma* Kansas* @Iowa State* Texas* @Oklahoma* @Texas Tech* Iowa State* @Kansas* Baylor* West Virginia* @Texas* Texas Tech* @Baylor* TCU* @Oklahoma State* vs. Texas! vs. Oklahoma State! vs. Kansas! vs. La Salle+

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Kansas State 28 - Rodney McGruder vs. Oklahoma State (1/5/13) 12 - Rodney McGruder vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) 20 - Rodney McGruder vs. Texas (3/14/13) 100.0 (5-of-5) - Thomas Gipson vs. TCU (3/5/13) 70.6 (12-of-17) - Rodney McGruder vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) 6 - Shane Southwell vs. Baylor (2/16/13)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

11 - Shane Southwell vs. Kansas (1/22/13)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 4 made)

80.0 (4-of-5) - Shane Southwell vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 80.0 (4-of-5) - Will Spradling at Iowa State (1/26/13) 8 - Angel Rodriguez at Texas (2/23/13) 8 - Rodney McGruder vs. Oklahoma State (3/15/13) 10 - Thomas Gipson vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) 10 - Thomas Gipson vs. North Florida (11/18/12) 100.0 (8-of-8) - Angel Rodriguez at Texas (2/23/13) 100.0 (7-of-7) - Angel Rodriguez vs. Iowa State (2/9/13) 100.0 (7-of-7) - Will Spradling vs. West Virginia (2/18/13) 100.0 (5-of-5) - Rodney McGruder vs. USC Upstate (12/2/12) 100.0 (5-of-5) - Angel Rodriguez vs. Baylor (2/16/13) 100.0 (5-of-5) - Rodney McGruder at Texas (2/23/13) -8 - Adrian Diaz vs. North Florida (11/18/12) 9 - Shane Southwell vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 13 - Nino Williams vs. Kansas City (12/29/12) 10 - Angel Rodriguez vs. Baylor (2/16/13) 10 - Angel Rodriguez vs. TCU (3/5/13) 6 - Jordan Henriquez vs. Lamar (11/12/12) 4 - Will Spradling vs. North Florida (11/18/12) 4 - Rodney McGruder vs. Kansas City (12/29/12) 4 - Rodney McGruder vs. Iowa State (2/9/13) 4 - Shane Southwell at Kansas (2/11/13) 4 - Rodney McGruder at Kansas (2/11/13) 4 - Angel Rodriguez vs. Texas Tech (2/25/13) 40 - Rodney McGruder vs. Oklahoma (1/19/13) 40 - Rodney McGruder at Iowa State (1/26/13) 40 - Rodney McGruder vs. La Salle (3/22/13)

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Opponent 32 - Devon Saddler, Delaware (11/21/12) 12 - Devon Saddler, Delaware (11/21/12) 22 - Devon Saddler, Delaware (11/21/12) 100.0 (6-of-6) - Jerrell Wright, La Salle (3/22/13) 83.3 (10-of-12) - Le’Bryan Nash, Oklahoma State (3/9/13) 6 - Ray Penn, Texas Southern (12/18/12) 6 - Ben McLemore, Kansas (2/11/13) 10 - Jerron Granberry, North Florida (11/18/12) 10 - Ben McLemore, Kansas (2/11/13) 80.0 (4-of-5) - Donley Minor, Lamar (11/12/12) 9 - Marcus Smart, Oklahoma State (1/5/13) 9 - Jerrell Wright, La Salle (3/22/13) 12 - Marcus Smart, Oklahoma State (1/5/13) 100.0 (8-of-8) - Juwan Staten, West Virginia (2/18/13) 100.0 (6-of-6) - Elias Harris, Gonzaga (12/15/12) 100.0 (6-of-6) - Ben McLemore, Kansas (2/11/13) 100.0 (6-of-6) - Le’Bryan Nash, Oklahoma State (3/15/13)

-7 - Isaiah Austin, Baylor (3/2/13) 12 - Fred Chatmon, Kansas City (12/29/12) 16 - Fred Chatmon, Kansas City (12/29/12) 9 - Pierre Jackson, Baylor (2/16/13) 7 - Isaiah Armwood, George Washington (12/8/12) 5- Juevol Myles, South Dakota (12/31/12)

40 - Chris Babb, Iowa State (1/26/13) 40 - Ramon Galloway, La Salle (3/22/13)

Team K-State High 87 vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 34 vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 72 vs. Lamar (11/12/12) 56.4 vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) 12 vs. TCU (3/5/13) 30 vs. Kansas (1/22/13) 52.9 at TCU (1/16/13) 21 vs. North Florida (11/18/12) 30 vs. North Florida (11/18/12) 90.9 at Texas (2/23/13) 29 vs. North Florida (11/18/12) 42 vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 55 vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 28 vs. West Virginia (2/18/13) 2 at Oklahoma State (3/9/13) 27 vs. TCU (3/5/13) 18 twice 8 vs. Lamar (11/12/12) 12 at Kansas (2/11/13) 46 vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) 34 vs. Lamar (11/12/12) 23 vs. USC Upstate (12/2/12) 16 vs. Oklahoma State (3/15/13) 45 twice 47 vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 68.2 at West Virginia (1/12/13) 49 vs. North Dakota (11/9/12) 64.0 at Iowa State (1/26/13) 94

K-State Low 52 three times 16 vs. Gonzaga (12/15/12) 46 vs. West Virginia (2/18/13) 32.1 vs. Kansas City (12/29/12) 2 twice 10 vs. Kansas City (12/29/12) 15.4 vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) 4 twice 7 three times 40.0 at TCU (1/16/13) 5 at Iowa State (1/26/13) 14 vs. TCU (3/5/13) 23 twice 11 vs. Texas Southern (12/18/12) 0 26 times 8 vs. Kansas (3/16/13) 6 three times 1 four times 0 at Texas Tech (2/5/13) 12 twice 7 twice 2 twice 0 vs. Florida (12/22/12) 4 at Kansas (2/11/13) 16 vs. Kansas (3/16/13) 22.2 vs. Kansas (3/16/13) 24 at Oklahoma (2/2/13) 27.3 vs. Gonzaga (12/15/12)

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Opponent High 83 Kansas (2/11/13) 29 Michigan (11/23/12) 63 North Dakota (11/9/12) 56.8 Oklahoma State (3/9/13) 13 Texas Southern (12/18/12) 33 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 55.6 Lamar (11/12/12) 24 Oklahoma State (1/5/13) 33 Texas (2/23/13) 87.5 La Salle (3/22/13) 17 twice 32 Michigan (11/23/12) 42 Michigan (11/23/12) 25 North Dakota (11/9/12) 3 North Dakota (11/9/12) 17 vs. Kansas (3/16/13) 26 Lamar (11/12/12) 12 George Washington (12/8/12) 13 South Dakota (12/31/12) 38 Gonzaga (12/15/12) 23 Gonzaga (12/15/12) 20 Oklahoma (1/19/13) 15 Lamar (11/12/12) 32 West Virginia (2/18/13) 47 Kansas (2/11/13) 64.7 West Virginia (1/12/13) 47 Iowa State (1/26/13) 57.7 Lamar (11/12/12)

Opponent Low 26 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 9 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 42 West Virginia (2/18/13) 16.4 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 1 USC Upstate (12/2/12) 8 twice 9.1 twice 4 Texas Southern (12/18/12) 7 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 40.0 Texas Southern (12/18/12) 4 Texas Tech (2/25/13) 13 Texas Tech (2/5/13) 20 twice 9 vs. Kansas (3/16/13) 0 22 times 4 South Dakota (12/31/12) 4 Texas Tech (2/5/13) 1 four times 1 twice 8 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 4 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 4 four times 0 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 3 Texas Southern (12/18/12) 11 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 14.3 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 15 Alabama-Huntsville (11/13/12) 16.7 La Salle (3/22/13)


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K-State 0 5 0 2 6 0 7 2 19 2 1 991 (28.3) 574 (16.4) 447 (12.8) 280 (8.0) 708 (20.2)

Opponents 1 3 2 1 3 1 11 0 16 4 1 946 (27.0) 409 (11.7) 379 (10.8) 224 (6.4) 567 (16.2)

Scoring Leaders Rodney McGruder Angel Rodriguez Will Spradling Thomas Gipson Shane Southwell Jordan Henriquez Nino Williams Martavious Irving

‘12-13 18 7 5 4 4 1 1 --

Career 39 12 7 10 5 4 1 1

Rebounding Leaders Jordan Henriquez Thomas Gipson Rodney McGruder Shane Southwell Nino Williams D.J. Johnson Adrian Diaz Will Spradling

‘12-13 10 9 8 3 4 3 1 1

Career 26 12 32 4 4 3 2 1

Assist Leaders Angel Rodriguez Will Spradling Shane Southwell Martavious Irving Rodney McGruder Nino Williams Jordan Henriquez Thomas Gipson

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Career 36 23 21 11 7 1 2 1

Double-Figure Scoring Rodney McGruder Angel Rodriguez Thomas Gipson Will Spradling Shane Southwell Martavious Irving Nino Williams Jordan Henriquez Omari Lawrence Adrian Diaz

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Career 86 37 22 35 14 15 6 17 2 2

Double-Figure Rebounds Jordan Henriquez Thomas Gipson Rodney McGruder Adrian Diaz Nino Williams

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Career 10 5 5 1 1

Forward Henriquez Gipson Gipson Gipson Henriquez Henriquez

2012-13 5-1 2-1 7-2 2-0 10-3 1-1

Games 1-6 7-9 10-11, 14-19, 28 12-13 20-27, 29, 32-35 30-31

Double-Doubles Jordan Henriquez (points-rebounds) Rodney McGruder (points-rebounds) Thomas Gipson (points-rebounds) Angel Rodriguez (points-assists)

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Dunks Jordan Henriquez Rodney McGruder Thomas Gipson Adrian Diaz Omari Lawrence D.J. Johnson Nino Williams Shane Southwell

‘12-13 24 19 11 4 2 2 2 1

Career 62 36 14 10 2 2 2 4

FTs in Last 5 Minutes Angel Rodriguez Rodney McGruder Will Spradling Shane Southwell Omari Lawrence Martavious Irving Thomas Gipson Jordan Henriquez D.J. Johnson Michael Orris Nino Williams Adrian Diaz Shawn Meyer Brian Rohleder

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Career 62-80 62-80 79-97 17-21 7-8 28-38 13-22 34-55 2-6 2-4 6-11 5-12 0-5 0-2

Charges Drawn Will Spradling Thomas Gipson Angel Rodriguez Nino Williams Martavious Irving Jordan Henriquez Shane Southwell Omari Lawrence Rodney McGruder

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Leads and Deficits Largest Halftime Lead Largest Halftime Lead Blown Largest Halftime Deficit Largest Halftime Deficit Overcome in win Largest Lead Largest Lead Blown Largest Deficit Largest Deficit Overcome for win *Ties for largest in Bramlage Coliseum history **Ties for the largest in school history

‘12-13 36* 1 18 (twice) 2 (twice) 61** 8 25 7 (twice)

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Pct. .778 .778 .722 .611 .611 .500 .389 .333 .167 .111

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Pct. .838 .771 .727 .625 .657 .622 .471 .406 .355 .344

Home 17-1 17-1 15-2 12-2 16-1 15-5 12-4 8-6 9-11 9-9

Away 7-3 7-3 5-5 5-7 4-8 4-7 2-9 3-9 1-8 1-10

Neutral 7-2 3-4 4-2 3-3 3-3 4-2 2-5 2-4 1-1 1-2

Streak Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 2 Lost 3 Lost 1 Won 5 Lost 2 Lost 7 Lost 1 Lost 1

Versus Top 25 AP USA Today 5-2 5-2 3-6 3-6 3-5 3-4 1-5 1-5 3-7 2-7 2-6 2-6 1-9 1-9 0-7 0-7 0-6 0-6 1-4 1-4

^Big 12 Regular Season Champion | #Phillips 66 Big 12 Champion | $NCAA Tournament | !NIT Tournament

2013 All-Big 12 Awards ■ Player of the Year

Marcus Smart - Oklahoma State ■ Defensive Player of the Year

27 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 4 FINAL FOURS 11 ELITE EIGHTS 16 SWEET 16s 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Jeff Withey - Kansas ■ Newcomer of the Year

Will Clyburn - Iowa State ■ Freshman of the Year

Marcus Smart - Oklahoma State ■ Sixth Man Award

2013 NCAA Tournament Results

Final Rankings

■ Midwest Regional

Associated Press Top 25

Thursday, March 21 - Second Round - San Jose, Calif. (12) Oregon 68, (5) Oklahoma State 55

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

■ South Regional

Friday, March 22 - Second Round - Kansas City, Mo. (1) Kansas 64, (16) Western Kentucky 57 Friday, March 22 - Second Round - Philadelphia (7) San Diego State 70, (10) Oklahoma 55 Sunday, March 24 - Third Round - Kansas City, Mo. (1) Kansas 70, (8) North Carolina 58 Friday, March 29 - Sweet 16 - Arlington, Texas (4) Michigan 87, (1) Kansas 85

Tyrus McGee - Iowa State ■ West Regional ■ Coach of the Year

Bruce Weber - Kansas State ■ First Team All-Big 12

Ben McLemore - Kansas Jeff Withey - Kansas Rodney McGruder - Kansas State Romero Osby - Oklahoma Marcus Smart - Oklahoma State ■ Second Team All-Big 12

Pierre Jackson - Baylor Will Clyburn - Iowa State Travis Teleford - Kansas Angel Rodriguez - Kansas State Markel Brown - Oklahoma State ■ Third Team All-Big 12

Isaiah Austin - Baylor Melvin Ejim - Iowa State Amath M’Baye - Oklahoma Steven Pledger - Oklahoma Le’Bryan Nash - Oklahoma State ■ All-Big 12 Honorable Mention

Cory Jefferson (Baylor), Korie Lucious (Iowa State), Tyrus McGee (Iowa State), Elijah Johnson (Kansas),