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Dr. Josh

Bullock President

W

elcome to Lake Land College and thank you for joining us for this exciting Laker basketball game. I’d like to take this time to formally introduce myself to each of you. My name is Josh Bullock and I am the new president of Lake Land College. Although I’ve only been at Lake Land for a short time, it is evident the entire college community is fully committed to creating a meaningful and fulfilling educational experience for everyone, and Laker basketball is no exception. As a Division II member of the NJCAA, the Laker basketball team excels on and off the court. Our players challenge themselves every day to set very high standards. This is seen through the level of play they bring to the athletic program at the college and their accomplishments in the classroom. Led by Coach Cedric Brown, our men’s basketball team is comprised of some of the finest athletes in the world, and we are very proud to have them as members of the Lake Land family. Throughout the year, Lake Land’s five inter-collegiate athletic programs build a well-rounded college experience for students. Being a student athlete is hard work, but the benefits of playing and studying at the college level are immeasurable. Our players’ athletic ability, dedication and team spirit are second to none. Thank you for your support of the team, our coaching staff and the college. I look forward to seeing you at the next Laker event! Go Lakers! Sincerely,

Dr. Josh Bullock President Lake Land College


Bill

Jackson d i r e c t o r o f at h l e t i c s

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his Spring marks a new era in Lake Land College Athletics, as Bill Jackson becomes the Director of Athletics. Bill came to Lake Land last year to be the Head Baseball Coach. Before the move to Mattoon, Coach Jackson spent six seasons as the Associate Head Baseball Coach at Graceland University. Jackson was the infield and hitting coach for Head Coach Brady McKillip and the Yellowjackets. Bill’s coaching career began as an assistant in the fall of 2000 at Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Illinois. He spent two-and-a-half years there as an assistant coach. In the spring of 2003 Jackson became the interim head coach of the Skyhawk’s, and in the following fall Bill became the official head coach. In the spring of 2005, Jackson moved on to become an assistant coach at Summit County High School in Frisco, Colorado. In the fall of 2005, Bill moved again, and became a volunteer assistant at Southwestern Community College in Creston, Iowa. In the summer of 2006 and 2007 Jackson earned some valuable experience in Junction City, Kansas coaching a collegiate summer team, the Generals of the Central Plains League where he worked with the positional players. In the fall of 2006 Bill was an assistant at Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls, Iowa. During the summer of 2010, Jackson assisted at the DeMarini top 96 camp. Jackson’s’ playing career began at Sauk Valley Community College in 1996. While at SVCC, Jackson was a middle infielder. In 1998 Bill transferred to Eureka College in Eureka, Illinois. While at EC Jackson was an all-conference, tournament team second baseman and an allregion selection. In his free time, Bill enjoys spending time with his wife, Nicole, sons Dylan, 2 years and Tanner, 4 months. Bill is a 2003 graduate of Aurora University with an MBA and a 2000 graduate of Eureka College with a B.S. in Business.


Cedric

Brown head coach

C

edric Brown will begin his seventh season as the leader of the Lake Land Laker Men’s Basketball Program. The 2011-2012 season was Brown’s most successful. For the Lakers’ efforts, Brown earned Coach of the Year honors in the Great Rivers Athletic Conference (GRAC). In addition to Brown’s award, the Lakers won the regular season conference championship. They compiled a 22-10 overall record and were 12-4 in conference play. The success of the team in the classroom was equally outstanding. The team finished with an overall GPA of 2.96 and graduated six sophomores. The class of 2012 was the most successful recruiting class that Brown has had in his tenure. In two seasons, they won 42 games, earned the highest seed for the Region XXIV Tournament in the school’s history, won the regular season conference championship for the first time in men’s basketball history, and earned four Division I and Division II NCAA scholarships, which include: Jomari Bradshaw , Florida A&M University; Darrian Gray, Southeast Missouri State University; Dylan Mosack, University of Illinois – Springfield; Orlando Rutledge, Southern Indiana University; Anthony White Jr. , Mercer University; and Jamal Williams II, Texas Tech University. Before he took over the sidelines in Mattoon, Brown was an assistant coach at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas for former GRAC head coach Pat Smith. In his one season at TVCC, Brown helped the Cardinals to a 19-11 overall record, a third place finish in the East Texas Athletic Conference and a Region 14 #3 seed. Prior to his time in Texas, Brown spent three seasons at Chicago State University. During his time with the Cougars, Brown was instrumental in helping recruit the talent that led the Cougars to a Mid-Continent Conference Championship appearance during the 2005-2006 season. At Chicago State, he coached former NBA center Deji Akindele, Euro League guard Tony Weeden and International Basketball League guard and 2007 NCAA Slam-Dunk participant, Royce Parran. Before Brown brought his coaching and recruiting skills to Chicago State University in 2004, he worked for Champaign Centennial’s Scott Nagy as a graduate assistant at South Dakota State University, where he received his master’s degree in sports pedagogy. The Jackrabbits flourished to a school record of 27 wins with only seven losses and enjoyed being nationally ranked in the top five for over half of the 2003-2004 season. Brown was helpful with the transition of the program from the Division II to the Division I level with his evaluating and recruiting skills, which assisted Coach Nagy in compiling one of his most talented recruiting classes. A native of The Bronx in New York City, Brown graduated from Herbert H. Lehman College in the top third of his program with a bachelor’s degree in recreation education. During the 1999-2000 season at the age of 31, Brown helped lead his Lehman Lightning to the Hudson Valley Athletic Conference Championship. Brown was also voted the Most-Outstanding Student-Athlete that season. While at Lehman College, Brown enjoyed successful junior and senior seasons with the Lightning Men’s Basketball program as a two-year starter and team captain. In two seasons, he averaged 10 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists with two Eastern College Athletic Conference appearances. Coach Brown has enjoyed success at every level of college basketball. He is known to his colleagues as person with a passion for education, a tireless worker, a dedicated teacher of the game, and a relentless recruiter. Aside from his coaching duties, Brown teaches full-time as a faculty member in the Social Sciences and Education Division at Lake Land College. Brown resides in Mattoon and is the father of five children, Angelo, Asia, Quentin, Isaac, and Chyanne.


Dave

Earp C

A s s i s ta n t C o a c h

oach Earp has been on the Laker sidelines for 14 years. He helped Coach Dudley put together some of the exciting Laker teams of the late 1990s. His recruitment of community college athletes is legendary and second-to-none in community college basketball. He recruited James Thompkins, Marquis Richardson, Che Jordan, Kareem Leggett, Huzie Hambrite, Spencer Perrin ,Will Mcclure , Paris Carter , Jamal Williams, Anthony White and Orlando Rutledge all of whom went on to play Division I or II basketball after graduating from Lake Land College. His ties and connections with the Lake Land College district and with the Indianapolis and Louisville area has made him one of the most successful community college recruiters in the past decade. Earp’s responsibilities include recruiting, academic monitoring, fundraising, scouting, team travel, scheduling, practice and game preparation. Coach Earp was born and raised in Mattoon, and continues to live there with his eleven-year-old daughter Gracie.

Brendan

Walker C

A s s i s ta n t C o a c h

oach Walker will be entering his second season with the Lake Land College Basketball Program. He joins head coach Cedric Brown and assistant coach Dave Earp to complete the LLC basketball staff. Coach Walker brings an extensive basketball background to LCC after completing a successful high school and collegiate career While playing at Mercer University, Walker gained a reputation as an excellent defender and team player. He played in over 100 games for the Bears and was on the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team each year. Coach Walker is a 2010 graduate of Mercer University, earning a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Industrial Management in May of 2010. During the 2010-11 and 2011-12 basketball seasons, Walker served as a graduate assistant for the Mercer University basketball program under the direction of head coach Bob Hoffman. In May 2012, Walker earned a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the Mercer Stetson School of Business. As an assistant at Lake Land College, Coach Walker will be in charge of player development and monitoring academics, as well as assisting the coaching staff with practice organization, scouting, and recruiting. Coach Walker comes from Jacksonville, FL where he played for Bishop Kenny HS and AAU JAX Lee Bulls. He scored 1,955 points throughout his high school career. In high school, he was named the 2006 District 4-4A Player of the Year, as well as being First Team All City. He was a member of the 4A Florida All-State Team each year in high school.


Denise

Prather At h l e t i c t r a i n e r

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Mt. Zion native, Denise Prather comes to Lake Land college as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Lakers’ sports teams. In 2009, Prather graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and was a member of the Athletic Training Education Program, where she became a certified athletic trainer. She worked with women’s soccer, football, track and field, and women’s swimming and diving during her college career. Prather came from Millikin University where she was the assistant softball coach for the last three seasons. She helped bring the program its first conference title in 20 years and two conference tournament appearances. Over the last three seasons, Prather also coached the Mt. Zion Lady Braves, a competitive high school travel team. Prather was a member of the University of Illinois softball team for the 2005-2006 season. From 2006 to 2009, she was a member of the University of Illinois Club Softball Team where she helped lead her team to two national championships. Prather graduated from Mt. Zion High School in 2005 and was named All-State First Team and All-American twice.

Denise

Prather


LAKER Records

LAKER Records

INDIVIDUAL

Team

Most points in a single game: 57 by Algie Neal against John A. Logan, Dec. 3, 1970 Most points scored at home: 51 by Perry Hines against Kankakee, Jan. 20, 1973 Most points in a single season: 910 by Mahlon Sanders, 1968 – 69 Most points in a career: 1,534 by Perry Hines, 1971 – 73 Most points by a Freshman: 683 by Perry Hines, 1971 – 72 Most points by a Sophomore: 910 by Mahlon Sanders, 1968 – 69 Best season average: 21 games (643) – 30.6 by Rex Morgan, 1967 – 68 Best Career Average – 2 years: 60 games (1,534) – 25.6 by Perry Hines, 1971 – 73 Most assists in one season: 496 by Terrance Cast, 1993 – 95 Most assists in one game: 22 by Terrance Cast against Florissant Valley, Dec. 2, 1994 Most assists in a career: 928 by Terrance Cast, 1993 – 95 Best field goal % in a season: 69% by Walt Moore, 1981 – 82 Most FGA in a single game: 39 by Mahlon Sanders against Kankakee, Dec. 6, 1968 Most FGM in a single game: 25 by Algie Neal against John A. Logan, Dec. 3, 1970 Most FGM in a single season: 839 by Mahlon Sanders, 1968 – 69 Most FGA in a single season: 362 by Mahlon Sanders, 1968 – 69 Most FGA in a career: 1,289 by Perry Hines, 1971 – 73 Most FGM in a career: 600 by Perry Hines, 1971 – 73 Best FT % in a season: 91.9% by Brad Oakley, 1990 – 91 Most consecutive FTM: 39 by Brad Oakley, 1990 – 91 Most FTA in a single game: 30 by Ted Gardewine, 1985 – 86 Most FTM in a single game: 22 by Perry Hines against Malcolm X, Jan. 30, 1973 Most FTM without miss in a single game: 14 by Don Wright against Jeff. Co., Mo., Jan. 31, 1972 and 14 by Perry Hines against Malcolm X, Jan. 30, 1973 Most FTA in a single season: 281 by Mahlon Sanders, 1968 – 69 Most FTM in a single season: 186 by Rex Morgan, 1967 – 68 Most FTA in a career: 425 by Mahlon Sanders, 1967 – 69 Most FTM in a career: 291 by Mahlon Sanders, 1967 – 69 Most rebounds in a single game: 42 by John Cook against Richland, Jan. 20, 1983 Most rebounds in a single season: 543 by Larry Moore, 1970 – 71 Most rebounds in a career: 946 by Larry Moore, 1968 – 69, 1970 – 71 Most 3-pts. attempted in a season: 421 by Daniel Phillips, 1999 – 00 Most 3-pts. made in a season: 184 by Daniel Phillips, 1999 – 00 Best 3-pts. % in a season: 121/261, 46%, by James Gilbert, 1991 – 92 Most 3-pts. attempted in a career: 794 by Daniel Phillips, 1999 – 00 Most 3-pts. made in a career: 341 by Daniel Phillips, 1998 – 00 Best 3-pts. % in a career: 177/396, 45%, by James Gilbert, 1991 – 93 Most 3-pts. attempted in a game: 23 by Daniel Phillips against Hazard County, Nov. 12, 1999 Most 3-pts. made in a game: 14 by Daniel Phillips against Spoon River, Jan. 29, 2000

Single Game Records

Most assists by a team: 55 against Florissant Valley, Dec. 2, 1994 Most points winning at home: 165 against Florissant Valley, Dec. 2, 1994 Most points winning away: 150 against Mt. St. Claire, Nov. 19, 1993 Most points for both teams: 143 Lake Land College – 122 Kaskaskia, Feb. 2, 1995 Most points in losing: 112 against John A. Logan, Jan. 31, 1994 Most FGA in one game: 130 against Greenville JV, Jan. 29, 1970 Most FGM in one game: 67 against Chanute AFB, Dec. 4, 1970 Best FG % in one game: (36 – 50); 72% against Malcolm X, Jan. 23, 1986 Most FTA in one game: 55 against John A. Logan, Dec. 3, 1970 Most FTM in one game: 35 against Wabash Valley, Feb. 24, 1971 Best free-throw % in one game: (14 – 14); 100% against Parkland, Feb. 9, 1973 Most points by an opposing team; 142 against Wabash Valley, Feb. 15, 1983 Most rebounds in a single game: 95 against Millikin Univ. JV, Feb. 20, 1971 Fewest points by an opposing team: 38 against Olney, Dec. 10, 1974

Season Records

Most assists by a team: 1,156, 1996 – 97 Best team defensive average: 72.3, 1968 – 69 Most points scored in one season: 3,601, 1994 – 95 Best season scoring average: 112.6, 1994 – 95 Most FGA: 3,005, 1974 – 75 Most FGM: 1,413, 1974 – 75 Best field goal %: (1,067 – 2,042) 52.2%, 1985 – 86 Most FTA: 956, 1970 – 71 Most FTM: 589, 1971 – 72 Best free-throw %: (480 – 633) 75.8%, 1985 – 86 (team ranked 3rd in the nation) Most rebounds in one season: 1,925, 1970 – 71 Longest winning streak: 20, 1967 – 68, 1974 – 75 (last game of 73 – 74 season and 19 in 74 – 75) Best winning %: (20 – 1) 95.2%, 1967 – 68 Most victories in one season: (33 – 5) 33, 1974 – 75


LAKER Records Lake Land’s All-time Career & Season Scoring Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56.

Career

Perry Hines (1971 – 73) Mahlon Sanders (1967 – 69) Daniel Phillips (1999 – 00) Jim Bramlett (1975 – 77) James Gilbert (1991 – 93) Terrance Cast (1993 – 95) Reno Gray (1975 – 77) Derrick Johnson (1993 – 95) Mickael Allen (1995 – 97) Darrel Hite (1987 – 89) Algie Neal (1969 – 71) Terrence Hayes (1996 – 98) Mark Heyse (1973 – 75) Andre Smith (1992 – 93) Andre Newson (1999 – 00) Bob Zerrusen (1987 – 88) Larry Moore (1968 – 71) Marquise Richardson (2000–02) Huzie Hambrite, III (2007-09) Aaron Green (2001 – 03) Brad Oakley (1989 – 91) Frank Iguodala (2000 – 02) Robin Talbott (1984 – 86) Doug Griggs (1971 – 73) Walt Moore (1978 – 81) Keith Torian (1993 – 95) Tom Taylor (1973 – 75) Mark Fitt (1978 – 80) Zach Lewis (2007 - 08) Ben Wierzba (1995 – 97) Spencer Perrin, Jr. (2007-09) Jack Jansen (1985 – 87) Dusty Neighbors (2005-06) Rick Gosnell (1973 – 75) Ken Bostic (1973 – 75) Donnie Wright (1970 – 72) Gil Callejo (1969 – 71) Don Bradon (1980 – 82) Ted Longust (1984 – 86) Keith Johnson (1991 – 93) Casey Jones (1999 – 00) Bruce Miller (1984 – 86) Myron Green (2001 – 03) Joe Schumacher (1973 – 75) Ryan Schumacher (1996 – 98) Otis Ward (1968 – 70) Larry Jarrett (1973 – 75) Darnell Smith (1989 – 91) Greg Lauritzen (1989 – 91) Derrick Johnson (1994 – 96) Steve Richey (1992 – 94) Shawn Nevill (2003 – 04) Rex Morgan (1967 – 69) Maurice Reddick (1991 – 93) Tom Grunloh (1980 – 82) Ted Gardewine (1985 – 87) David Tolefree (2003 – 04)

1,534 1,291 1,256 1,251 1,217 1,217 1,206 1,187 1,160 1,092 1,089 1,044 1,024 1,004 990 947 934 928 921 921 920 903 897 891 891 891 865 807 796 792 789 785 776 773 771 760 759 755 753 740 728 715 686 680 671 658 654 653 652 649 647 645 643 642 639 620 611

57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 68.

John Cook (1981 – 83) Tommie Parker (1995 – 97) Tyrone Dennis (1987 – 91) Zach Lewis (2006 – 2007) Brandon Frerichs (1996 – 98) Tim Bobo (1991 – 93) Terry Bell (1981 – 83) Kris Biggs (1992 – 94) Phil Kinkelaar (1970 – 72) James Thompkins (2004 – 05) Mike Bohannon (1982 – 84) Kareem Leggette (2003 – 04)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

Mahlon Sanders (1969) Perry Hines (1973) James Gilbert (1991) Rick Gosnell (1974) Andre Smith (1993) Algie Neal (1971) Perry Hines (1972) Daniel Phillips (2000) Keith Torian (1995) Steve Richey (1993) Rex Morgan (1968) Walt Moore (1981) Mark Heyse (1975) Jim Bramlett (1977) Reno Gray (1979) Larry Moore (1971) Jim Bramlett (1977) Mickael Allen (1996) Terrence Cast (1995) David Tolefree (2004) Terrance Cast (1994) Daniel Phillips (1999) Terrence Hayes (1998) Andre Newson (2000) Darrell Hite (1988) Dusty Neighbors (2006) Zach Lewis (2007) Donnie Wright (1972) Ben Wierzba (1997) Mickael Allen (1997) Derrick Johnson (1995) Doug Griggs (1973) James Thompkins (2005) Marquise Richardson (2001) Allan White (1969) Shawn Nevill (2004) Mike Bohannon (1984) Bob Zerrusen (1988) Dickie Phillips (1972) Darrell Hite (1986)

Season

603 598 583 559 573 555 546 545 544 533 533 524

910 851 850 773 737 734 683 662 648 647 643 636 632 628 628 625 622 621 617 611 600 594 593 589 588 563 559 552 551 539 538 535 533 529 519 509 513 508 506 504


aLUMNI 2013

Devin Carter Aziz Thiandoum Chris Fontaine Jason Henry Angelo Brown Jon Koger

Kent State Univ. NE Oklahoma St. Morehouse College Queens College Univ. of Mississippi St. Augustine Univ.

2012

Jomari Bradshaw Anthony White, Jr. Jamal Williams, Jr. Orlando Rutledge Dylan Mosack Darrian Gray

Florida A&M Univ. Mercer Univ. Texas Tech Univ. Southern Indiana Univ. Univ. of Illinois - Springfield Southeast Missouri State

2011

James Anacreon Wichita State Brock von Nordeck Milikin University El Hadj Ndieguene Hampton University

2010

Paris Carter Daniel Armah Stefon Perry

U of I - Chicago Lincoln University Urbana Univ.

2009

Huzie Hambrite Spencer Perrin, Jr. William McClure Stevie Hendrick Boris Bobic Alan Douglas

2008

Zach Lewis

2007

KeJuan McGraw Alex Daniel

2006

Dusty Neighbors Nate Meinhart Keith Radcliff Mike Woodson Andrew Wilson Matt Allison Justin Bozarth

2005

Joey Cortez Cody Lewis Chad Hobbs James Thompkins

2004

Former Men’s Laker Basketball Coaches & Their Records

wHERE DID THEY GO?

Kareem Leggette Antonio Puckett James Johnson David Tolefree Shawn Nevill

Kentucky Wesleyan Eastern Kentucky Univ. Central Michigan Univ. Morehead State Univ. William Penn Univ. William Penn Univ.

U of I Springfield

Aurora Univ. Taylor Univ.

Brescia Univ. Brescia Univ. U of Indianapolis Lambuth College SIU - Edwardsville SE Indiana U of Illinois

Central Arkansas Mayville State, ND Mayville State, ND U of Indianapolis

U of I Springfield U of I Springfield U of I Springfield Centenary I.P. Fort Wayne

2003

Aaron Green Myron Green Che Jordan

North Dakota State North Dakota State Idaho State

2002

Frank Iguodala Dayton Marquis Richardson South Dakota State Univ.

2001

Jovan Fisher David Diebel

2000

Daniel Phillips Andre Newson Marlin Murphy Calvin O’Neal

1999

Tyrone Dennis Jon Jones

1998

Ben Wierzba Tommie Parker Ryan Shumacher Greg Fearday Victor Stallworth

1997

Michael Allen Ben Wierzba Arthur Stapleton Tyler Rogers

1996

Kurt Cuffle Jason Sowers Andy Moore Damon Parks

1995

Terrance Cast Keith Torian Chris Hollender Rod Childress Aaron Justice

1994

Kris Biggs

1993

Andre Smith Steve Richey Tim Bobo William Sherrod

Mo. St. Louis S. Carolina – Spartenberg

U. Montana, Billings Maryland-Eastern Shore St. Joseph’s (Indiana) St. Joseph’s (Indiana)

North Alabama Lewis Univ.

SIU - Edwardsville Central Oklahoma Missouri Western Quincy Central St. Ohio

Northern Colorado South Alabama Southern Mississippi Illinois State Univ.

Eastern Illinois Univ. Eastern Illinois Univ. St. Joseph’s (Indiana) Souther Illinois Univ.

Wright State New Mexico State Evansville Purdue Univ. North Central College

Eastern Illinois Univ.

Youngstown State Hawaii-Pacific Hawaii-Pacific Kentucky State

Year

2012-13 2011 - 12 2010 – 11 2009 – 10 2008 – 09 2007 -- 08 2006 -- 07 2005 – 06 2004 – 05 2003 – 04 2002 – 03 2001 – 02 2000 – 01 1999 – 00 1998 – 99 1997 – 98 1996 – 97 1995 – 96 1994 – 95 1993 – 94 1992 – 93 1991 – 92 1990 – 91 1989 – 90 1988 – 89 1987 – 88 1986 – 87 1985 – 86 1984 – 85 1983 – 84 1982 – 83 1981 – 82 1980 – 81 1979 – 80 1978 – 79 1977 – 78 1976 – 77 1975 – 76 1974 – 75 1973 – 74 1972 – 73 1971 – 72 1970 – 71 1969 – 70 1968 – 69 1967 – 68

Record Head Coach

19-11 Cedric Brown 22-10 Cedric Brown 20-13 Cedric Brown 17-14 Cedric Brown 16-14 Cedric Brown 14-18 Cedric Brown 7 -- 24 Jim Dudley 8 – 23 Jim Dudley 17 – 14 Jim Dudley 8 – 23 Jim Dudley 15 – 17 Jim Dudley 20 – 11 Jim Dudley 20 – 12 Jim Dudley 19 – 13 Jim Dudley 19 – 12 Jim Dudley 20 – 11 Jim Dudley 26 – 7 Jim Dudley 21 – 11 Jim Dudley 23 – 9 Jim Dudley 20 – 12 Jim Dudley 23 – 9 Jim Dudley 20 – 11 Jim Dudley 15 – 16 Jim Dudley 10 – 21 Jim Dudley 4 – 28 Wayne Lockett 13 – 18 Wayne Lockett 17 – 14 Wayne Lockett 17 – 16 Wayne Lockett 18 – 14 Wayne Lockett 17 – 16 Wayne Lockett 13 – 18 Wayne Lockett 17 – 14 Bob Tingley 18 – 13 Bob Tingley 24 – 10 Doug Ferguson 23 – 9 Doug Ferguson 23 – 9 Randy Coonce 20 – 11 Randy Coonce 27 – 13 Chuck Bell 33 – 5 Howard Garrett 26 – 6 Howard Garrett 21 – 9 Howard Garrett 23 – 7 Howard Garrett 26 – 6 Howard Garrett 16 – 11 Jim Dudley 29 – 10 Jim Dudley 20 – 1 Jim Dudley

1992

James Gilbert Keith Johnson Anton Little Matt Billingsly Chad Graves

Ball State Univ. New Mexico State Western Illinois Univ. Oakland City College Hawaii-Pacific

Brad Oakley Jeff Tomlinson Rodney White Travis Sims

Augustana Southern Illinois Univ. Eastern New Mexico Greenville College

1991

1990

Victor Snipes James Sinner Gus Gillespie

Northeastern Univ. Univ. Missouri-Rolla Hannibal College


2013-14

roster No. Name

Pos.

Yr

Ht

HS/Hometown

1

Michael Lang

SF/PF SO

6’8

Loyola Academy/Chicago, IL

2

Jared Drew

SG/SF FR

6’6”

Cathedral/Indianapolis, IN

3

LeJavius Johnson

SG

FR

6’2

Bloom Township/Glenwood, IL

4

Patrick Bell

F/C

FR

6’10

Amiella Academy/West Chithington, England

5

DeMario McMillian C/PF

SO

6’6”

Rich East/Park Forest, IL

13 Harold McBride, Jr. PG

SO

6’0

Impact Academy/Bronx, NY

15 Tighe Oberg

PF

FR

6’8

Islip/Islip, NY

21 Matthew McIntosh PF

FR

6’7”

Archbishop Carroll/Bowie, MD

24 KeWan Davis

SF

SO

6’7

Southport/Indianapolis, IN

32 Joshua Caldwell

PF

SO

6’7

Eaglecrest/Indianapolis, IN

33 Davon Akins

SG

FR

6’2”

Houston County/Warner Robins, GA

34 Brandon Bilbija

C

FR

6’10

Lester. B Pearson/Burlington, Ontario, Canada

41 Tahlib Swan

SF

FR

6’5”

Montclair/Montclair, NJ

42 David Franklin

PG

FR

6’3”

Belleville Althoff/Belleville, IL

44 Colin Altenburg

SG

FR

6’3”

Oak Lawn Community High/Oaklawn, IL


1Lang

Michael Yr: Sophomore Ht: 6’8” Hometown: Chicago, IL Parents Name: David and Sandra Lang High School: Loyola Academy Awards: CCL First Team

Forward

Nickname: BOSS

2 drew Jared

Nickname: JDeuce or Deuce Yr: Sophomore Ht: 6’6” Hometown: San Diego, CA Parents Name: James and Diane Drew High School: Cathedral Awards: City Tourney MVP, City 1st team, Eric Gordon All Star, 2nd Team All State

guard

3 Johnson LeJavius

guard

Nickname: BOSS Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’2” Hometown: Glenwood, IL Parents Name: Camella Woods and Anthony Johnson High School: Bloom Township Awards: Honor Roll


4 Bell

Patrick

Forward/center

Nickname: Paddy Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’10” Hometown: West Sussex, England Parents Name: John and Mary Bell High School: Amiella Academy Awards: 2nd team All-Conference, Helped lead team to State Championship. VISAA State Champion, Honor Roll student

5 McMillian DeMario

Nickname: RIO Yr: Sophomore Ht: 67” Hometown: Park Forest, IL Parents Name: Tobboranh Vernon High School: Rich East

Forward

13Mcbride jr. Harold

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 6’0” Hometown: Bronx, NY Parents Name: Harold McBride Sr. and Ada Cora High School: Impact Academy Awards: 1st Team All-Conference & Region

point guard


15 oberg Tighe

Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’8” Hometown: Islip, NY Parents Name: Ted and Kathleen Oberg High School: Islip Awards: All-Conference

Forward

21Mcintosh Matthew

Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’7” Hometown: Washington D.C. Parents Name: Johnnie and Sherlene McIntosh High School: Archbishop Carroll

Forward

24 davis KeWan

Yr: Sophomore Ht: 6’6” Hometown: Indianapolis, IN Parents Name: Kevin and LaWanda Davis High School: Southport Awards: 2011-2012 Honorable mention All-Conference

forward


32Caldwell Joshua

Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’7” Hometown: Denver, CO Parents Name: Katherine Caldwell High School: Eaglecrest High

Forward

33akins Davon

Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’2” Hometown: Warner Robins, GA Parents Name: Daniel and Vonyett Akins High School: Houston County

Forward

34Bilbija

Brandon

Center

Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’10” Hometown: Burlington, Ontario, Canada Parents Name: Bronko and Elizabeth Bilbija High School: Lester B. Pearson Awards: Most improved student, Ranked #3 center in all of Canada (NPH), Ranked 29th in all of Canada (NPH)


41swan Tahlib

Nickname: Libb Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’5” Hometown: Montclair, NJ Parents Name: Terrance Swan and Towanna McEntyre High School: Montclair Awards: 1st Team All-county

center

42Franklin David

Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’4” Hometown: St. Louis, MO Parents Name: David and Donna Franklin High School: Belleville Althoff Catholic Awards: 2nd Team All-Conference, All State Honorable Mention

Guard

44Altenburg Colin

Guard

Yr: Freshman Ht: 6’3” Hometown: Oak Lawn, IL Parents Name: David and Mary Altenburg High School: Oak Lawn Community Awards: 3 time All-Conference South Suburban Red, 2 time Southtown All-Area team, All-state Honorable Mention Southtown


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roster Sara Carroll Ashton Doty Kelsey Fuqua Andrea Gardner Taylor Janes Kaylee Johnston Joellen Mars Samantha Mathews Kylie Mumm Carli Plank Erika Roderick

Sophomore Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Sophomore

Sullivan, IL Bethany, IL Paris , IL Sullivan, IL Mattoon, IL Shelbyville, IL Shelbyville, IL Effingham, IL Monticello, IL Arthur, IL Neoga, IL


Dessie

Boeser head coach Dessie Boeser was a Laker Cheerleader while enrolled as a student at Lake Land College. She has been the assistant coach for the Cheerleading Team along with her mother for many years. Boeser is currently a 911 dispatcher for Coles County and also works part-time for Lake Land College’s IDOT QC/ QA. She has a 10-year-old son, Austin, who is awesome and helps his mom out at practices and games. Boeser enjoys the sport of cheerleading and has choreographed many routines for area groups for many years. Boeser wnts to push her squad to be at their very best with both cheer and school studies. The squad plans to compete in two stunt group competitions in early 2014.


sara

Carroll main base Year: Sophomore Height: 5’4 Parents: Brandi and Gary Carroll Hometown: Sullivan, IL Major: Elementary Education

ashton

Doty

flier/tumbler

Year: Freshman Height: 5’4 Parents: Kathy and Dave Doty Hometown: Bethany, IL Major: Elementary Education

kelsey

back spot/ tumbler

Fuqua main base Year: Freshman Height: 5’5 Parents: Rob Fuqua and Sheila Grant Hometown: Paris, IL Major: Nursing


Andrea

gardner back spot Year: Sophomore Height: 5’7 Parents: Don and Shawn Gardner and Dawn and Gary Peadro Hometown: Sullivan, IL Major: Early Childhood Education

Taylor taylor

Janes janes flier

Year: Sophomore Height: 5’4 Parents: Clint and Jana Janes Hometown: Mattoon, IL Major: Nursing

kaylee

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johnson back spot/ base/tumbler Year: Sophomore Height: 5’8 Parents: Mark and Kim Johnson Hometown: Shelbyville, IL Major: Early Childhood Education & Special Education


Joellen

Mars

base/ back spot/ Flier/t u m b l e r Year: Freshman Height: 5’5 Parents: Wayne and Mindy Mars Hometown: Shelbyville, IL Major: Elementary Education

taylor Samantha

janes Mathews main base/ tumbler Year: Freshman Height: 5’3 Parents: Jennifer and Juan Vasquez Hometown: Effingham, IL Major: Cosmetology

kylie

back spot/ tumbler

Mumm base/ tumbler Year: Sophomore Height: 5’5 Parents: Brian and Jamie Mumm Hometown: Monticello, IL Major: Nursing


carli

plank back spot/ tumbler Year: Freshman Height: 5’6 Parents: Marx and Cathy Plank Hometown: Arthur, IL Major: Business Administration

erika taylor

roderick janes Base

Year: Sophomore Height: 5’7 Parents: Bill and Bridgette Roderick Hometown: Neoga, IL Major: Paramedic, Nursing


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0 Amir Gilliam

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Hollis, NY Indianapolis, IN Chicago, IL

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3 Aaron Weaver

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5 Elhadji Ndieguene

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13 Jamal Williams

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15 James Anacreon

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21 Brock VonNordeck

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23 Tyrell Means

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Hollis, NY Indianapolis, IN Chicago, IL

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Your Experience

Whether your goal is to transfer with ease, train for a new career or explore an interest, your Lake Land College experience will get you there.

Lake Land College

Lake Land is a community college that serves about 8,000 students through transfer, technical, non-credit and continuing education programs. Students choose from more than 140 majors, with enrollment split between technical and transfer programs. The 308-acre campus is located in Mattoon with extension centers in Effingham, Marshall and Pana.

Affordability •

At about $3,100, Lake Land’s annual tuition and fees are about one-third of EIU’s, and one-fourth of U of I’s.

Lake Land’s textbook rental program saves students up to $1,200 a year.

Lake Land is one of the lowest tuition and fees and lowest net intructional cost in the entire state of Illinois.

More than 50 percent of Lake Land students receive more than $13 million in financial aid each year.

The Lake Land College Foundation awards more than $360 thousand in scholarships each year to more than 400 students.

Quality •

Lake Land College faculty know their students by name.

Students learn in classrooms, not auditoriums.

The student to faculty ratio is 12:1.

Faculty are experts in their fields.

Honors programs and supervised internship experiences challenge students outside the classroom.

Our instructors are highly qualified both in educational degrees & work experience & want to teach - no grad assistants or research focus here!

Lab simulations provide clinical experience.

The Lake Land experience includes: • • • • • • • •

Academic quality Affordable tuition Financial aid assistance Latest technology Textbook rental Caring faculty Student Life and campus activities Career counseling

A great value •

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Results of a national student satisfaction survey show Lake Land College exceeded more than 90 percent of students’ expectations. Lake Land graduates who transfer to state universities earn grades that are higher than those who start at the same university as freshmen. For instance, at U of I, Lake Land transfer students earned a GPA of 3.45 compared to students who started there of 3.20. The college has a 90 percent placement rate for career programs. Nine out of 10 companies in the Lake Land district have hired at least one Lake Land graduate.


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To see specific courses for each program, go to lakelandcollege.edu!

Ag Ag Business Ag Machinery Sales Ag Power Technology Ag Professional Custom Applications Agriculture Agriculture Business & Supply Agriculture Production & Mgmt Alternative Ag Production Crop Production Horticulture John Deere Tech Livestock Production Pre-Veterinary Medicine Allied Health Associate Degree Nurse Basic Nurse Assisting Dental Hygiene Emergency Medical Services Fire Science Technology Massage Therapy Paramedical Services Physical Therapist Assistant Practical Nursing Pre-Respiratory Care Applied Science Associate In Liberal Studies Other Major Undecided Business Accounting Administrative Assistant – Executive – Legal – Medical Business Administration Business Education Computer Applications Specialist Cosmetology Cosmetology Nail Technology Cosmetology Teacher Desktop Publishing Graphic Design E-Commerce Marketing Entrepreneurship Esthetics Information Technology – Computer Applications – Computer Game Development – Digital Media Specialist – Network Administration – Programming – Web Tech

Management Marketing Medical Coding Specialist Medical Transcriptionist Office Technology Skills – General – Medical – MOS Certificate Office Assistant / Receptionist Office Management Professional Sales Humanities Art Broadcast Announcing English Liberal Arts Radio Broadcasting Radio–TV Broadcasting Speech Communications TV Field / Studio Production Math and Science Associate In Engineering Science Bioscience Non-Teaching Chemistry Clinical Laboratory Science Conservation – Pre-Forestry – Pre-Wildlife Earth Science Environmental Science Introduction to GIS Geospatial Technology Mathematics Mathematics Education Physics Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dental Pre-Engineering Pre-Medicine Pre-Nursing Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Veterinary Medicine Secondary Education – Biology – Chemistry – Physics Social Science & Education Child and Family Services Criminal Justice Early Childhood Care and Education Early Childhood Education

Economics Elementary Education Geography Health Education History Human Services – Criminal Justice – Education – Health – Psychology – Sociology Nanny Child Care Provider Paraprofessional Education Physical Education Political Science Pre-Law Psychology Recreation Social Science Sociology / Social Work Special Education Technology Advanced Automation and Control Airframe and Powerplant Aviation Mechanic Auto Mechanic Automotive Technology Building Construction Technology CET / Advanced Technical Studies Civil Engineering Technology Civil Engineering Technology – Co-op Computer Aided Design Technology Computer Integrated Manufact. Tech. Computer Technician Computer Troubleshooting Computer-Aided Drafting Electronic Communication Technician Electronics Engineering Technology Electronics Systems Specialist HVAC & Refrigeration Industrial Maintenance Instrumentation and Control Technology Mechanical – Electrical Technology Programmable Logic Controllers Renewable Energy Renewable Energy Management Residential Wiring Sustainable Energy Welding Technology Workforce Development Center Commercial Truck Driver Training


e s u o H d l Fie Our state-oftheart fitness cen ter is second to n one! As a student, the facility is FREE to use during operating hou rs. Stretch your brain while testing your knowledge in the Field House. Sure you can get an awesome workout in the Fitness Center and a have a blast at a basketball game, but did you also know you can participate in intramural sports or attend a variety of classes in the Field House? In addition to the Laker gym, the Field house hosts Education, Human Services, Aerobics and Strategies for Success courses. You can catch a game of volleyball or women’s or men’s basketball in the gym. Softball and baseball games are on the nearby fields. Students get free admission to all games at LLC! A lot of FREE, fun Student Activity Board events are held here as well!


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lAKER bASKETBALL 2013-14 SCHEDULE Laker Classic - Ivy Tech November 8 8:00 PM Laker Classic - Harry S. Truman November 9 8:00 PM Laker Classic - TBA November 10 TBA at Lewis & Clark CC, Godfrey, IL November 23 3:00 PM McKendree University JV November 25 7:00 PM

Rend Lake College January 25 7:30 PM Southwestern Illinois College January 27 7:30 PM Lewis & Clark January 29 7:30 PM at Vincennes University, Vincennes, IN February 1 7:00 PM (EST) at Lincoln Trail College, Robinson, IL February 5 7:30 PM

Vincennes University November 26 7:30 PM at Moberly Holiday Tourney - State Fair, Moberly, MO November 29 3:00 PM at Moberly Holiday Tourney - Moberly, Moberly, MO November 30 7:00 PM Illinois Wesleyan JV December 2 7:00 PM Lincoln Trail CC December 4 7:30 PM

Shawnee CC February 8 7:30 PM

at Shawnee CC, Ullin, IL December 7 3:00 PM at MO/IL Shoot Out - Fontbonne Univ. JV, St. Louis, MO December 8 7:00 PM

Wabash Valley College February 22 7:30 PM

At Southeastern Illinois College, Harrisburg, IL January 11 3:00 PM Kaskaskia College January 15 7:30 PM at Olney Central College, Olney, IL January 18 7:30 PM at Wabash Valley College, Mt. Carmel, IL January 20 7:30 PM John A. Logan January 22 7:30 PM

at Rend Lake College, Ina, IL March 1 3:00 PM

at Southwestern Illinois College, Belleville, IL February 12 7:30 PM Southeastern Illinois College February 15 7:30 PM at Kaskaskia College, Centralia, IL February 17 7:30 PM Olney Central College February 19 7:30 PM

at John A. Logan College, Carterville, IL February 26 7:30 PM

Head Coach: Cedric Brown Assistant Coach: Dave Earp Assistant Coach: Brendan Walker Athletic Director: Bill Jackson Athletic Trainer: Denise Prather

lakelandcollege.edu/athletics


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