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The Facts ??? Nickname: Cavaliers

Founded: 1966

President: John Avendano, Ph.D.

Colors: Scarlet, White, Navy

Enrollment: 4,178

Affiliation: NJCAA Division I

Head coach: Joseph Lightfoot 815-802-8563

Athletic director: Ted Petersen 815-802-8602

2010-11 record: 30-4 Home court: George H. Ryan Activities Center

Assistant coaches: Richard Baker Scott Deatherage Marcus Green Steve Whitlow

Location: 100 College Drive, Kankakee, IL 60901

Athletic office: 815-802-8600

Athletic facilities coordinator: Donnie Denson 815-802-8614 Team Managers: Drevon Harris Brad McKay

Kankakee Community College is an equal opportunity affirmative action institution. The Sixth Man – Power and strength to perform comes from those who enable us. On the front cover: (top row, left to right) Joan Riley, Carol Webber, Glenn Grant, Carol Wills, Pastor Howard Wills, Jeff Keast and Butch Webber; (middle row, left to right) David Hanson, Evelyn Riley and Jamil Thornton; (front row, left to right) Dzenan Mrkaljevic, Alan Arnett and James Suttles.

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Promo events Little Caesar Pizza Eating Contest

At halftime of each home game, two fans will be randomly selected for the Little Caesar pizza eating contest. The contestant who can eat the most slices in 2 minutes will win Little Caesar prizes.

Pack the House!

Come see the Cavaliers and help Pack The House

Free admission!

Saturday, Jan. 14 vs. Highland C.C. Lady Cavaliers game: 1 p.m. Men’s basketball game: 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11 vs. Sauk Valley C.C. Lady Cavaliers game: 3 p.m. Men’s basketball game: 5 p.m.

Come support the Cavaliers!

orthopedic associates of kankakee Michael Corcoran, M.D. Michael J. Corcoran, M.D. received his degree from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield. He completed an internship at Michigan State University, Butterworth Hospital, and an orthopedic residency at the University of Missouri, Columbia Hospitals. Corcoran then completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Ala. He is a member of the American Medical Association, Illinois State Medical Society, Illinois Association of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, and is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery. Corcoran currently serves as director of O.A.K. Sports Medicine. He also is team physician for Olivet Nazarene University and several area high schools.

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Carey E. Ellis, M.D. Carey E. Ellis, M.D. received a bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University in San Diego, and a medical degree from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Ellis completed a residency in family medicine at Kaiser Permanente in Woodland Hills, Calif. After four years of private practice in Los Angeles, Ellis completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine/Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center in Tulsa, Okla. He specializes in sports medicine, orthopedic medicine and sports injuries. Ellis is board certified by the American Board of Family Practice and also holds a certificate of added qualifications (CAQ) in sports medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Practice and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. He is also director of sports medicine for Olivet Nazarene University and team physician for Bishop McNamara Catholic and Bloom Township high schools.


from the president Welcome Kankakee Community College student athletes, parents, supporters and fans! Having now served the college for two years as president, I take pride in the level of commitment and quality of our student athletes. It is an honor to be part of the Cavaliers family, and I would like to thank the parents of our student athletes, each member of the coaching staff, and the members of our Cavalier Club who help to support our athletic teams. Having been a student athlete, I am aware of the desire to succeed as an athlete. More importantly, I am aware of the need to succeed as a student. Both the desire and the need may

be fulfilled through the student athlete’s drive, motivation, and hard work. As parents and educators, we pledge to continue to provide the encouragement and support to our student athletes. It has been my pleasure to

attend many of the college sporting events, both on campus and away, but last year’s Pack the House event to celebrate our undefeated women’s and men’s basketball teams was a highlight. It is my fondest wish to see that same occurrence this year for all of our teams. I wish each member of all of our teams the best of success! Please join the Board of Trustees, myself, faculty, staff, and all Cavalier fans in wishing each of our teams and coaches a successful season. John Avendano, Ph.D. President

cavalier club boosters The players and coaches of the 2011-12 men’s basketball team wish to extend sincere thanks to the following people and business that have helped support the athletic program at KCC. We appreciate your donations and hope to give you in return a great season of collegiate athletics. Any omissions are unintentional.

Keast Electric, Inc. Dr. Michael Corcoran Rex Barrett James Richter

Pat Martin, Homestar Bank & Financial Services John Betts, First National Bank

Little Caesar’s Pizza Papa John’s Pizza The Chicago Dough Company Oliver’s Bar & Grill

Bruce Albers

Jeff Hammes, Peoples Bank of Kankakee County

Nara Whitlow

McDonald’s

OAK Orthopedics

Butch & Carol Webber

Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church

Quality Inn & Suites

George Kirchmann

Pepsi

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season outlook 2011-12 The sky is the limit for this year’s team! The 2010-11 Cavaliers will be a tough act to follow. Last year’s team made a major mark in history by being ranked as high as No. 2 in the country, winning the Region IV championship for the second straight year and finishing with a 30-4 mark. The team also started the season with 26 wins before its first loss. This year’s team will look to make its mark in history. Returning players James Suttles, Dzenan Mrkaljevic, Jamil

Thornton and David Hanson will have the experience to navigate the chartered waters of this year’s season. Suttles will own the responsibility of being impactful in the interior, while Hanson, Mrkaljevic and Thornton will balance the scoring on the perimeter. This year’s recruiting class is the best of Coach Joseph Lightfoot’s tenure. This class has total balance with scoring, size, athletic ability and skill. Kyree

Jones, Najee Farr and Brandon Ware will be called upon to be the floor generals. Alan Arnett and Anthony Williams will add sharp shooting to the team while Karrington Ward, Cedric Johnson, Trai Jordan and Jermaine Gaines will give much athletic punch. Kirby Wright and Antone Warren will be assets in the interior by bringing size and toughness and rebounding. This year’s team will be exciting to watch!

behind the lines

Ted Petersen Athletic Director

Donnie Denson Athletic facilities coordinator

Joellen Vasquez Athletic administrative assistant

Roy Cordes Announcer

Cover, players and coaches photos taken by the Image Group, Bourbonnais. Media guide designed by the Image Group, with assistance from the KCC media department. Candice Brackett Trainer

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Drevon Harris Manager

Brad McKay Manager


meet the coaches Head Coach: Joseph Lightfoot

Joseph Lightfoot is beginning his 18th year in the Cavaliers program, and his sixth year as head coach. Coach Lightfoot was a starting guard/small forward for the nationally ranked Cavaliers squad in 1988 and 1989. In 1989, he was named to the NJCAA 12-member All-Star team. After KCC, he continued his career at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, playing for Ralph Willard. In 2000, Coach Lightfoot became the college’s first former athlete to both play and coach in the national finals. He has been directly involved in 404 wins as both a player and coach. Prior to completing his degree at Western Kentucky University, Coach Lightfoot graduated with an associate degree in Liberal Studies from KCC in 1989. He is a 1987 graduate of Kankakee High School and works in KCC’s department of athletics, coordinator of the Athletic Tutoring program, and the coordinator of KCC’s Brother 2 Brother program. Coach Lightfoot and his wife, Staci, reside in Kankakee. They are the proud parents of Joseph Willie III, Sion Joseph and Jace Sanaa.

Assistant Coach: Richard Baker

Coach Richard Baker is entering his 4th year as an assistant coach at KCC. Coach Baker has followed Cavaliers basketball for more than 32 years. He has a natural eye for talent and a tremendous knack for recruitment. He is directly responsible for recruiting players, and he frequently makes connections with prominent high school programs. A graduate of Westview High School in Kankakee, Coach Baker and his wife, Sue, reside in Kankakee.

Assistant Coach: Scott Deatherage Coach Deatherage is in his 4th year as an assistant men’s basketball coach. He is a 1985 graduate of Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School and spent six years in the United States Air Force. Coach Deatherage also has been plant manager at JR Short Milling Company for the past 20 years. Deatherage, his wife Amanda, and their daughter reside in Kankakee.

Assistant Coach: Steve Whitlow

Coach Whitlow is entering his 5th year as an assistant coach at KCC. He is a graduate of Westview High School in Kankakee, where he was the starting point guard for four years, and was ranked No. 4 in the state during his junior year. Coach Whitlow went on to play at Kentucky State University. He then joined the military for eight years and was commissioned as a lieutenant in 1986. “Coach Whitlow is a great asset to this staff because of his ability to teach and motivate players,” said Head Coach Joseph Lightfoot. “He has a great eye for situational basketball.” Whitlow resides in Kankakee.

Assistant Coach: Marcus Green

Marcus Green is returning to the KCC sideline after playing for the Cavaliers during the 1997-98 and 1998-99 seasons. A native of Chebanse, Green followed his outstanding athletic career at Clifton Central High School by playing for the Cavaliers. While at KCC, Green was a shooting guard. The Cavaliers finished 1997-98 with a record of 28-5, including a region championship. The team finished 25-7 in 1998-99. Green went on to play at Liberty Baptist University in Lynchburg, Va. As an assistant for the Cavaliers, Green will bring good knowledge of the game and a relentless approach to teaching defense. Green works at Kankakee Junior High School and has two children, Markail Green and Devail Bryant.

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meet the team

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Name Anthony Williams Jamil Thornton Trai Jordan Brandon Ware Kirby Wright Najee Farr Jermaine Gaines Cedric Johnson Karrington Ward Dzenan Mrkaljevic David Hanson Alan Arnett James Suttles Kyree Jones Antone Warren

Position Guard Guard Forward Guard Forward Guard Forward Forward Guard Forward Guard Guard Forward Guard Forward

Ht. 6’1” 6’1” 6’6” 6’1” 6’8” 6’2” 6’6” 6’5” 6’5” 6’8” 6’1” 6’5” 6’8” 6’2” 6’9”

Yr. Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman


anthony williams

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Position: Guard Class: Freshman Height: 6’1” Weight: 165 Hometown: East Chicago, Ind.

Jamil Thornton

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Position: Guard Class: Sophomore Height: 6’1” Weight: 165 Hometown: Muskegon, Mich.


Trai jordan

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Position: Forward Class: Freshman Height: 6’6” Weight: 215 Hometown: Oklahoma City, Okla.

brandon ware

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Position: Guard Class: Freshman Height: 6’1” Weight: 165 Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.

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kirby white

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Position: Forward Class: Freshman Height: 6’8” Weight: 220 Hometown: Middletown, Ohio

najee farr

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Position: Guard Class: Freshman Height: 6’2” Weight: 170 Hometown: Racine, Wis.

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Jermaine Gaines

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Position: Forward Class: Freshman Height: 6’6” Weight: 205 Hometown: Oakland, Calif.

Cedric Johnson

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Position: Forward Class: Freshman Height: 6’5” Weight: 200 Hometown: Racine, Wis.

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Karrington Ward

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Position: Guard Class: Freshman Height: 6’5” Weight: 195 Hometown: Lockport, Ill.

Dzenan Mrkaljevic

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Position: Forward Class: Sophomore Height: 6’8” Weight: 210 Hometown: Fishers, Ind.

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David Hanson

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Position: Guard Class: Sophomore Height: 6’1” Weight: 175 Hometown: Stockton, England

Alan Arnett

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Position: Guard Class: Sophomore Height: 6’5” Weight: 200 Hometown: Kokomo, Ind

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James Suttles

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Position: Forward Class: Sophomore Height: 6’8” Weight: 230 Hometown: Lansing, Mich.

Kyree Jones

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Position: Guard Class: Freshman Height: 6’2” Weight: 205 Hometown: Indianapolis, Ind.

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Antone Warren

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Position: Forward Class: Freshman Height: 6’9” Weight: 260 Hometown: Louisville, Ky.

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2010-11

Date

Opponent

Place

11/3/10 Olivet Nazarene University JV Bourbonnais 11/6/10 Prairie State College Chicago Heights 11/9/10 Future Academy Prep Home 11/13/10 Morton College Home 11/17/10 Parkland College Champaign 11/20/10 Wilbur Wright College Home 11/27/10 Sauk Valley C.C. Home 12/1/10 Danville Area C.C. Danville 12/3/10 Truman C.C. Home 12/4/10 Prairie State College Home 12/7/10 Moraine Valley C.C. Palos Heights 12/10-11/10 KCC Roundball Classic Home KCC vs. Olive Harvey KCC vs. Harper College 12/21/10 Malcolm X College Home 1/6/11 Parkland College Home 1/11/11 Richard J. Daley College Home 1/15/11 Sauk Valley C.C. Dixon 1/18/11 Kennedy-King College Home 1/20/11 Malcolm X College Chicago 1/22/11 St. John’s NW Military Academy Home 1/25/11 South Suburban College Home 1/29/11 Black Hawk East College Kewanee 2/1/11 Olive Harvey College Chicago 2/5/11 Olivet Nazarene University JV Bourbonnais 2/8/11 Richard J. Daley College Chicago 2/12/11 Highland C.C. Home 2/15/11 Southeastern Iowa C.C. West Burlington, Iowa 2/17/11 Kennedy-King College Chicago 2/19/11 Black Hawk East College Home 2/21/11 Highland C.C. Freeport 2/26/11 Region IV-Division I Quarterfinals KCC vs. Truman C.C. 3/3/11 Region IV-Division I Semifinals KCC vs. Kennedy-King College 3/5/11 Region IV-Division I Championship KCC vs. Highland C.C. 3/8/11 District Playoffs KCC vs. West Plains C.C. Final Record: 30-4

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They

92 76 124 89 89 84 64 54 102 80 67

58 72 53 61 87 65 59 52 56 61 61

75 81 76 89 78 90 74 81 78 71 74 85 81 81 70 65 66 96 68

52 63 71 58 58 70 60 77 56 60 55 55 65 64 60 84 71 63 79

105

44

78

65

56

53

76

80

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team/individual records Team Records—game

Most points 139 61 Most field goals Most 3-pt. field goals 16 117 Most field goal attempts Most 3-pt. field goal attempts 41 70% Best field goal % 32 Most free throws Most free throw attempts 48 70 Most rebounds Most points by opponent 144 27 Fewest points by opponent Highest score, KCC and opponent 244 Most fouls 39 9 Fewest fouls

vs. Black Hawk East College vs. National College of Education vs. Malcolm X College vs. Sauk Valley College vs. Moraine Valley C.C. vs. Carl Sandburg College vs. Muscatine C.C. (Iowa) vs. Thornton C.C. vs. Glouchester County College (N.J.) vs. Richard J. Daley College vs. Glouchester County College (N.J.) vs. Black Hawk East College vs. Lake Land College vs. Chanute AFB vs. Lake Land College vs. Lake Land College vs. Thornton C.C.

1992-93 1971-72 2002-03 2003-04 1976-77 1992-93 1980-81 1974-75 1986-87 1983-84 1986-87 1995-96 1972-73 1982-83 1972-73 1972-73 1974-75

Team Records—season Most points Best per game average Most field goals Most 3-pt. field goals Most field goal attempts Most 3-pt. field goal attempts Best field goal % Best 3-pt. field goal % Most free throws made

3,710 92.8 1,450 256 2,777 718 53.1% 40.4% 796

1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 2002-03 1986-87 2002-03 1978-79 1991-92 1986-87

Most free throw attempts Best free throw % Most rebounds Most wins Most losses Best winning percentage Consecutive wins Consecutive losses Best defensive average

Individual Records—game Most points Most field goals Most 3-pt. field goals Most field goals attempted Most 3-pt. field goals attempted Most free throws made Most free throw attempts Most assists Most rebounds Consecutive free throws

49 20 11 31 31 21 17 20 22 23 30

Mark Atkins Mark Atkins Rick Collum Rick Collum Ed Lee Rick Collum Jeff Scott Tyray Pearson Derrell Conner Mark Mara Jeff Scott

1991-92 1991-92 1997-98 1997-98 1972-73 1997-98 1974-75 1999-00 2008-09 1975-76 1974-75

Tyray Pearson Tyray Pearson Bobby Dixon Jeff Scott Bobby Dixon Clint Wilson (107-166) Tyray Pearson Tyray Pearson Jeff Scott (140-159) LeRoy Parnell Fred Baptist

1999-00 1999-00 2003-04 1975-76 2003-04 1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 1975-76 1986-87 1972-73

Individual Records—season Most points Most field goals Most 3-pt.field goals attempted Most field goals attempted Most 3-pt. field goals attempted Best field goal % Most free throws made Most free throw attempts Best free throw % Most assists Most rebounds

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797 305 110 568 292 64.4% 187 249 88% 405 458

1,139 71.5% 1,760 34 26 94.3% 29 9 55.8

1986-87 1975-76 1986-87 1986-87 1969-70 1983-84 1990-91 1969-70 1981-82


career records Individual Career Records Most points 1,307 Most field goals 521 191 Most 3-pt. field goals Most field goal attempts 1,078 Most 3-pt. field goal attempts 473 Best field goal percentage 62.9% 335 Most free throws made Most free throw attempts 440 Best free throw percentage 84.01% Most assists 494 Most rebounds 669 Coaches’ records Year Won 2006-present 122 1993-2006 286 1974-93 548 1970-74 47 1969-70 7 1968-69 11 Totals 1,021

Loss 41 144 115 62 26 18 406

Tyray Pearson Jeff Scott Bobby Dixon Jeff Scott Bobby Dixon Tyray Pearson Chaz Spicer Tyray Pearson Jeff Scott LeRoy Parnell Fred Baptist

(1998-00) (1974-76) (2002-04) (1974-76) (2002-04) (1998-00) (2003-05) (1998-00) (1974-76) (1985-87) (1970-71)

Win % Coach 74.8 Joseph Lightfoot 66.5 David Holstein 82.6 Denny Lehnus 43.1 Jim Ficek 21.2 Bill Kantra 37.9 Glen Isaacs 71.5%

Top 15 scorers Tyray Pearson 1,307 1998-00 Jeff Scott 1,304 1974-76 Mark Atkins 1,284 1990-92 Chaz Spicer 1,201 2003-05 Craig Jones 1,187 1980-82 1,161 1971-73 Ed Lee Neville Brown 1,113 1977-79 1,065 1975-77 Mark Mara Bobby Dixon 1,010 2002-04 James Murphy 1,004 1997-98, 2001-02 Johnelle Slone 949 1991-93 Lawrence Brown 945 1976-78 Julius Denton 919 1986-88 Andy Kpedi 909 1987-89 David Holstein 905 1971-73 Monte Gordon 903 1998-00

Top 15 Rebounders Fred Baptist 669 1970-71 1972-73 Ed Lee 606 1971-73 Tyray Pearson 585 1998-00 Andy Kpedi 546 1987-89 Gerald Campbell 532 2008-10 490 1977-79 Neville Brown Mario Bailey 472 1989-91 Mark Atkins 472 1990-92 Greg Logan 456 1992-94 Mark Mara 448 1975-77 Julius Denton 443 1986-88 Oliver Wilkins 442 1973-75 Craig Jones 439 1980-82 Chaz Spicer 439 1903-05 Lawerence Brown 428 1976-78 Anthony Lewis 423 1988-90 420 1993-95 Lamont Duffy Top 15 Assists LeRoy Parnell Cody Butler Jessie James Clarence Baker Keith Gill Dave Carley Dennis Miller Don Redfield Kenny Page Michael Murff Jeff Scott Rick Collum Mike Gallois Kevin Jones Julius Denton

494 470 406 404 404 389 322 319 316 313 292 286 284 283 280

1985-87 1989-91 1991-93 1999-01 1987-89 1978-80 1989-91 1980-82 2004-06 1983-85 1974-76 1996-98 1974-76 1979-81 1986-88

Top 5 3-pointers Bobby Dixon James Hall Ron Jones Mark Atkins Dennis Miller

191 183 175 171 150

2002-04 1999-01 2000-02 1990-92 1989-91

Top 5 in Steals Jessie James Dennis Miller Mario Bailey LeRoy Parnell Kurnie Nickson Julius Denton

191 189 188 173 162 162

1991-93 1989-91 1989-91 1985-87 1998-00 1986-88

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team-by-team career records Opponent

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Allegant C.C. (Md.) Alvin C.C. (Texas) Ancilla College Aquinas J.C. (Tenn.) Belleville Area College Black Hawk College Black Hawk East College Brevard C.C. (Fla.) Brunswick College (Ga.) Camden County College (N.J.) Carl Sandburg College Central Florida C.C. Cincinnati State C.C. Clinton C.C. (Iowa) Coahoma C.C. (Miss.) College of DuPage College of Lake County Community College of Rhode Island Concordia University JV C.S. Mott C.C. (Mich.) Cuyahoga C.C. (Ohio) Cypress College (Calif.) Danville Area C.C. Daytona Beach C.C. (Fla.) Delgado C.C. (La.) Dixie College (Utah) Douglas College (British Columbia) Eastern Arizona College Edison C.C. Elgin C.C. Elmhurst College JV Enterprise State C.C Eureka College JV Ferrum College JV (Va.) Florida C.C. Florida College Forest Park C.C. (Mo.) Future Academy Gateway Technical College (Wis.) Glen Oaks C.C. (Mich.) Glouchester County College (N.J.) Hagerstown C.C. (Md.) Highland C.C. Highland Park C.C. (Mich.) Hillsborough C.C. (Fla.) Hiwassee College (Tenn.) Hutchinson C.C. (Kan.) Illinois Benedictine University JV Illinois Central College Illinois Valley C.C. Indiana Vocational Technical College Indian Hills C.C. (Iowa) Jacksonville College (Texas) John A. Logan College Joliet Junior College Judson College JV Kalamazoo Valley C.C. (Mich.) Kaskaskia College Kellogg C.C. (Mich.) Kendall College Kennedy-King College

2 2 0 1 6 0 2 0 2 0 19 0 37 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 22 1 9 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 11 7 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 47 21 0 2 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 10 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 26 19 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 7 0 21 0 18 3 5 0 0 1 1 0 5 1 13 5 1 9 1 0 5 3 3 0 1 0 36 15

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Opponent

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0 1 Kirkwood C.C. Kirtland C.C. 0 2 7 0 Kishwaukee College Lake Land College 21 15 16 1 Lake Michigan C.C. (Mich.) 3 0 Lake Sumter C.C. (Fla.) Lewis and Clark C.C. 1 0 2 0 Lewis University J.V. Lincoln College 4 3 25 2 Lincoln Land C.C. 1 1 Lincoln Trail C.C. Malcolm X College 32 8 1 1 Marshalltown C.C. (Iowa) Mattatuck College (Conn.) 1 0 2 0 McHenry County College 1 0 Mesa C.C. (Ariz.) Miami-Dade C.C.-North (Fla.) 0 1 1 2 Miami-Dade C.C. (Fla.) Mid State Tech C.C. 2 0 Milwaukee Area Technical College (Wis.) 1 0 1 1 Mineral Area C.C. (Mo.) Mississippi Gulf Coast C.C. 0 1 1 0 Missouri Baptist College JV Missouri State University-West Plains 1 2 7 1 Moberly Area C.C. 32 6 Moraine Valley C.C. Morton College 15 0 4 0 Muscatine C.C. (Iowa) New Creation Prep Academy 2 0 1 0 New Mexico J.C. 1 0 North Central University JV Oakton C.C. 2 1 51 5 Olive Harvey College Olivet Nazarene University JV 23 1 3 0 Olney Central College 42 16 Parkland College Pensacola J.C. (Fla.) 0 2 1 0 Polk C.C. (Fla.) Prairie State College 16 1 7 1 Rend Lake College 6 1 Richard J. Daley College Richland C.C. 4 0 W L Opponent

Rise Academy Prep Robert Morris University-Chicago JV Rock Valley College Sauk Valley C.C. Schoolcraft College (Mich.) Seminole C.C. (Fla.) Shelby State C.C. (Tenn.) Simmons College Southeastern C.C. Southeastern C.C. (Iowa) Southern Baptist (Mo.) South Plains College (Texas) South Suburban College Southwestern Michigan College Spoon River College Springfield College in Illinois St. Catherine College (Ky.) St. John N.W. Military Academy St. John’s River C.C. (Fla.) St. Joseph’s College JV (Ind.) St. Xavier University JV Santa Fe C.C. (Fla.) Sullivan College (Ky.) SW Missouri State University JV Tallahassee C.C. Three Rivers C.C. Triton College Truman Community College University of Illinois JV University of North Dakota JV University of St. Francis Uptown AAU University of Wisconsin JV Vincennes University (Ind.) Wabash Valley C.C. Waubonsee C.C. Westchester C.C. (N.Y.) William Rainey Harper College Wilbur Wright College Yavapai College (Ariz.)

1 1 3 28 1 2 0 2 0 18 1 1 50 3 3 1 1 1 4 8 9 2 1 1 0 1 13 2 1 1 10 1 1 14 6 15 1 14 14 1

0 0 0 6 1 0 1 0 3 29 0 0 6 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 1 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 6 1 0 2 1 0

*Records have been saved since the 1974-75 season.


Where are they now?

Derrell Conner Emporia State University

Anthony Young Kentucky Wesleyan University

Stefon Carson Texas A.M.-Commerce University

Jared Holmes Georgia College

Gerald Campbell Central State University

Joe Lightfoot Ashford University

DeAngelo Hailey Northwest Missouri State University

Darius Stowers Oklahoma Panhandle State University

Ethan Anderson Livingstone University

Marivin Thigpen Robert Morris College (Chicago)

Aaron Weeden Oklahoma Panhandle State University

Justin Reid Missouri Western University

Cavaliers Boys Basketball Summer Camp This camp features individual and group instruction on the fundamentals of the game and helps develop leadership and sportsmanship. Campers also will be able to use fundamental skills in team competition each day. Specific fundamental contests will be run with awards for dribbling and shooting. All campers will receive a T-shirt, basketball and camp participation certificate. For information, applications, specific times and cost, phone 815-802-8600 or 815-802-8563

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NJCAA ALL-AMERICANS ???

Neville Brown 1979

Dave Carley 1980

Kevin Jones 1981

Craig Jones 1982

Roger Burlison 1983

Scott McCants 1984

Allen Eaton 1986

LeRoy Parnell 1987

Julius Denton 1988

Andy Kpedi 1989

Anthony Lewis 1990

Dennis Miller 1991

Ken Williams 1991

Mark Atkins 1992

Jessie James 1993

James Murphy 1998

Tyray Pearson 1999 & 2000

Bobby Dixon 2004

Chaz Spicer 2005

Kenny Page 2006

Menji Mundadi 2007

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DeAngelo Hailey 2011


’ Basketball schedule 2011-12 Men’s

NOVEMBER

Saturday Tuesday Friday-Saturday Tuesday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Tuesday

Time

Place

5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Home Home Columbus, Ohio Cicero Home Chicago Home Home

6 p.m

Peoria

2 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5 p.m.

Peoria Home Home Chicago Home Home

5 Truman College 7 Sauk Valley C.C. 10 St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy 12 Richard J. Daley College 14 Highland C.C. 19 Malcolm X College 21 Vincennes University 28 Indiana Dabney University

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m.

Chicago Dixon Home Chicago Home Home Vincennes, Ind. Home

2 4 11 14 16 18 25 29

7:30 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. TBA TBA

Home Freeport Home Home Delafield, Wis. Home Dixon Dixon

TBA TBA TBA

Dixon TBA Hutchinson, Kan.

5 Future Academy Prep 8 Robert Morris JV 11-12 Columbus State C.C. Tournament 15 Morton C.C. 17 North Park University JV 19 Wilbur Wright College 22 Lake Michigan College 29 Moraine Valley C.C.

DECEMBER

Friday 2 Saturday 3 Thursday 8 Saturday 10 Tuesday 13 Thursday 15 Saturday 17

JANUARY

Thursday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Saturday

FEBRUARY

Thursday Saturday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Saturday Saturday Wednesday

Opponent

Illinois Central College Tournament vs. Black Hawk College - East Illinois Central College Tournament vs. TBA Olive-Harvey C.C. Truman College Malcolm X College Danville Area C.C. Prairie State College

Richard J. Daley College Highland C.C. Sauk Valley C.C. Vincennes University St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy Future Academy Prep Region IV Div. I Quarterfinals Region IV Div. I Semifinals

MARCH

Saturday 3 Region IV Div. I Championship Tuesday 6 District Playoffs Tuesday-Saturday 20-24 NJCAA National Tournament Head coach: Joseph Lightfoot

Assistant coaches: Richard Baker, Scott Deatherage, Steve Whitlow and Marcus Green 2010-11 final record: 30-4 All game times listed are Central Standard Time. All home games played in the Activities Building at Kankakee Community College. For directions: www.kcc.edu/directions


2011 KCC men's basketball media guide