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The 2012-13 Louisiana Tech men’s basketball team information guide is a publication of the Athletics Media Relations Office. It has been designed as a source of information for the news media and Bulldog basketball fans. Every effort has been made to include pertinent and timely information. Should you need additional information such as feature material and/ or statistics, please direct your inquiries to the media relations office. News releases, photos and other services are available to accredited members of the news media. Current releases, statistics and photos can also be obtained at LATechSports.com. Editors: Patrick Walsh, Malcolm Butler, Teddy Allen, Kane McGuire and Anna Claire Thomas. Contributors: Walsh, Butler, Louisiana Tech News Bureau, Louisiana Tech Marketing and Public Relations Department Covers, Layout and Design: Donnie Bell Design. Photography: Donny Crowe, Tom Morris, Darrell James, James Garner, Matt Lange, Donald Page.

General Information........................................................................................ 2 Welcome to the Family................................................................................... 3 Season Outlook............................................................................................ 32 LA Tech Roster.............................................................................................. 34 TV/Radio Roster............................................................................................ 35 Head Coach Michael White........................................................................... 36 Assistant Coaches........................................................................................ 38 Support Staff................................................................................................ 41 Bulldog Players............................................................................................. 43 Opponents.................................................................................................... 57 Western Athletic Conference....................................................................... 65 2011-12 Statistics.......................................................................................... 67 2011-12 Review............................................................................................. 70 Bulldog History............................................................................................. 83 Retired Numbers.......................................................................................... 89 All-Conference.............................................................................................. 90 Honor Roll..................................................................................................... 92 Letterwinners............................................................................................... 93 Records........................................................................................................ 96 1,000-Point Club........................................................................................... 96 Team Records............................................................................................. 102 100-Point Games........................................................................................ 104 Miscellaneous Records.............................................................................. 105 Scoring Records......................................................................................... 107 Rebound Records....................................................................................... 108 Assist Records............................................................................................ 109 Block Records..............................................................................................110 Steals Records.............................................................................................111 Three-Point Records....................................................................................112 Free Throw Records.....................................................................................113 30-Point Club...............................................................................................114 Overtime Games.........................................................................................115 All-Time Coaching Records..........................................................................116 Opponent Team Records............................................................................ 118 Opponent Individual Records......................................................................119 Thomas Assembly Center Team Records................................................... 120 TAC Individual Records............................................................................... 121 Opponents in the TAC................................................................................. 122 Postseason Play.......................................................................................... 124 Team NIT Records...................................................................................... 124 Individual NIT Records................................................................................ 125 Series Records........................................................................................... 127 Series vs. All Opponents............................................................................ 128 All-Time Scores........................................................................................... 136 Media Information...................................................................................... 148 Radio Schedule........................................................................................... 150 Endowed Scholarships............................................................................... 151 LTAC............................................................................................................ 152 Team Tech 100............................................................................................ 153 University President Dr. Dan Reneau......................................................... 154 Athletic Director Bruce Van De Velde.......................................................... 155 Athletic Administration............................................................................... 156 Adminstrative Support................................................................................ 161 Athletics Council & Head/Assistant Coaches............................................. 162

Athletic Vision Louisiana Tech University will be a conference leader in performance by investing strategically in student-athletes’ development, providing superior facilities and enhancing program support to achieve a local and national image of success and dominance.

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Athletic Mission Statement Embody excellence in everything we do. Develop student-athletes to maximize their potential in mind, body and spirit. Bring pride, admiration, and loyalty to the University family, community and state. Win with integrity.

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General School Information

Name of School: Louisiana Tech University Location: Ruston, La. Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 11,360 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Blue and Red Arena: Thomas Assembly Center (8,000) Affiliation: Division I Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Dan Reneau (Louisiana Tech, 1963) Athletic Director: Bruce Van De Velde (Iowa State, 1982) Senior Woman Administator: Mary Kay Hungate Faculty Rep: Dr. James Liberatos Athletic Department Phone: 318-257-4111 0 1 Staff Information 2 Head Coach: Michael White (Ole Miss, ’00) 3 Record at School: 18-16 (2nd Year) 4 Career Record: 18-16 (2nd Year) 5 Basketball Office Phone: 318-257-5196 10 Assistant Coaches: Isaac Brown (Louisiana11 Monroe, ‘95); Dusty May (Indiana, ‘00), Derrick 15 Jones (Samford, ‘01) 21 Dir. of Basketball Operations: Justin 23 Argenal (CSU-Chico, ‘09) 25 GA Managers: Nathan Docter, Ryan Geary 40 Managers: Austin Deeks, Talbert Barger Office Coordinator: Renee Puckett Athletic Trainer: Justin Wheeler

Numerical Roster Alex Hamilton 6-4 Michale Kyser 6-9 Brandon Gibson 6-5 Raheem Appleby 6-3 Kenneth Smith 6-3 Chris Anderson 6-6 Isaiah Massey 6-8 Stojan Gjuroski 6-8 Cordarius Johnson 6-5 Kenyon McNeail 6-1 Jaron Johnson 6-6 J.L. Lewis 6-8 Gilbert Talbot 6-10

Bulldog Information

2011-12 Record: 18-16 Conference Record/Finish: 6-8 (5th) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/5 Newcomers: 4 (2 Transfers) First Year of Basketball: 1925-26 (83 seasons) Overall All-Time Record: 1,204-956 Last Postseason Appearance: 2009-10 CIT vs. Missouri State, 2nd round Result: L, 69-40 Last NCAA Appearance: 1990-91 Wake Forest, 1st round Result: L, 71-65

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Chris Anderson 6-6 Raheem Appleby 6-3 Brandon Gibson 6-5 Stojan Gjuroski 6-8 Alex Hamilton 6-4 Cordarius Johnson 6-5 Jaron Johnson 6-6 Michale Kyser 6-9 J.L. Lewis 6-8 Isaiah Massey 6-8 Kenyon McNeail 6-1 Kenneth Smith 6-3 Gilbert Talbot 6-10

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Media Relations

Director: Malcolm Butler Office Phone: 318-257-3144 Cell Phone: 318-614-4513 Email: mbutler@latech.edu Assistant Director/MBB Contact: Kane McGuire Office Phone: 318-257-5071 Cell Phone: 318-548-2161 Email: kmcguire@latech.edu Fax: 318-257-3757 Press Row: 318-257-3144 Website: www.LATechSports.com

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welcome to the family

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we are louisiana tech university

“ Louisiana Tech will be a top research university. And every top research university in the United States has a top athletic program. That’s our goal. We’re developing a road map for Tech athletics.” -- Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau

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this is Louisiana

Tech

At Louisiana Tech YOU are not a number, YOU are family. louisiana tech is classified as a National Tier 1 University, the only Carnegie Doctoral/High Research University and the only SREB Doctoral Four-Year 2 Research University in north Louisiana; also the only university in north Louisiana to earn a spot on the 2012 Best Colleges National Universities list. is ranked as the top university in the state for mid-career median pay for graduates, according to the 2011-12 College Salary Report from PayScale.com. In addition to its top spot in the state, Louisiana Tech was ranked among the top 30 of all universities in the southern United States. is ranked as one of the 100 Best Values in Public Colleges in the nation by Kiplinger’s Magazine for the fourth consecutive year. saw 90 percent of first-year and senior students rate their entire educational experience at the University as “good or excellent,” according to a 2010 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) report.

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All classes are taught by full professors, not teaching assistants


Louisiana Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau is known as one of the top collegiate presidents in the country and a staunch supporter of both academics and athletics.   

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More than 700 companies worldwide travel to campus eAch yeAR to RecRUit loUisiAnA tech gRAdUAtes

“Louisiana Tech University is a family of students, instructors, staff, friends and alumni. We are teachers, doctors, engineers and artists. We are moms and dads, newlyweds, retirees and rookies on the job. Let us help you realize your dreams as we continue to realize the University’s dreams together. Join the family.” -- Dr. Dan Reneau, University President

Quarter System – Big Advantage for the Student-Athlete Louisiana Tech has a unique advantage of being on the quarter system as opposed to the semester system. The quarter system provides significant advantages for the students: Lighter workload (take 3 classes instead of 5)

Shorter academic sessions (12 weeks instead of 18)

More frequent breaks during and between academic sessions

 ore opportunities to withdraw or drop a class and still M remain TOPS eligible

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helping put the student into

student-athlete

The Bulldog Achievement Resource Center (BARC)

is committed to the success of Louisiana Tech’s student-athletes.

Programs Provided by BARC Tutoring and group help sessions in all subjects

 upplemental instruction from students who have S already successfully completed a certain course

Writing assistance

Advising opportunities  eferral program for students needing additionR al assistance

 omputer labs and study hall C space

“If you want to really be noticed, and not be just another student at a university, Tech is your best choice … a family-oriented atmosphere where people care. Everyone is great around campus and in town, and there are lots of things to do here if you step out and explore. My first-year college experience has been great.” – Courtney Hayes, So. (Las Vegas, Nev.)

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OLIVIA LUKASEWICH

“Don’t pass over Tech because it is a small school or in a small town. The atmosphere is great and very supportive of the school. I love the small class sizes; the teachers know you by name and you get much more personal attention than you might be able to get somewhere else. It really is a family atmosphere.”

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Soccer standout Olivia Lukasewich was nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award following her outstanding career at Louisiana Tech. During her fouryear career, she led the Lady Techster soccer team to its best four-year stretch in program history. She earned her bachelor’s degree in health and physical education and graduated Magna Cum Laude.

– Jack Lempke, Jr. (Frisco, Texas)

Lisa Merritt and BRAD HERMAN team up in the Louisiana Tech athletics academic center to help the University’s studentathletes excel in the classroom and ultimately earn their degrees, something that is the No. 1 goal for the administration and coaches at Tech.

“Tech has helped me mature into the student I am today. I started slowly, but Tech was very inspirational with helping me work toward my overall goal because my professors and coaches taught me that through hard work and faith, all things are possible. I’ve met people here who will be my friends for the rest of my life. Just as Tech will be.” – Philip Longino, Jr. (Houston, Texas)

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today’s freshman is

tomorrow’s graduate

louisiana tech saw 94 student-athletes earn Academic All-WAC accolades in 2011-12. saw nine of its programs record their highest multi-year APR scores ever while five registered their highest single year APR score ever. Four of the programs also earned a perfect 1,000 score on the single year rate. s aw the Bulldog football program earn the 2011 Academic Achievement Award presented by the American Football Coaches Association for graduating over 75 percent of its football studentathletes. saw the Bulldog golf program earn an NCAA Public Recognition Award for ranking in the top 10 percent in multi-year APR for their respective sport.

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Louisiana Tech student-athletes recorded an all-time high four-year graduation success rate of 72 percent which ranked as the second highest in the state among Division I football-playing public institutions and among the best in the nation.

louisiana tech boasts the University of Louisiana System’s highest graduation rate at 54.2 percent. boasts the ULS’ fastest time to completion for first time baccalaureates at 4.7 years. boasts the ULS’ highest average freshman ACT scores at 23.8.

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state of louisiana Motto - Union, justice and confidence Nickname - Sportsman’s Paradise Capital - Baton Rouge Colors - Gold, white and blue Bird - Brown Pelican Dog - Catahoula Leopard Dog Tree - Bald Cyprus Flower - Magnolia Song - “You are My Sunshine” Drink - Milk

Did You Know: Louisiana is home to Mardi Gras, one of the largest carnival celebrations in the world. Held each February in New Orleans, the two-week party draws millions of tourists from around the world. It’s also home to a number of professional franchises including the NFL’s 2009 Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints and the NBA’s New Orleans Hornets.

Louisiana is the crawfish capital of the

world, supporting a multi-million dollar-a-year industry. With speckled trout and large and small-mouth bass action that is unrivaled in the country, with clouds of ducks filling the skies most winters, with deer, rabbit and squirrels running wild, Louisiana is rightly nicknamed Sportsman’s Paradise. It’s a fisherman and hunter’s dream-come-true.

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Did You Know: Lincoln Parish is home to three state parks, numerous lakes and ponds for fishing, boating and water skiing, a world-renowned mountain bike trail, the annual Peach Festival and one of the top golf courses in the South in Squire Creek Country Club. Although there is plenty to do almost every weekend in Ruston including a multitude of LA Tech athletic events, Tech students have plenty of other options as Ruston is located within a five hour drive of some of the top entertainments cities in the South, including Dallas, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Little Rock, Houston, Mobile and Birmingham.

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city of ruston

Driving Distance from Ruston Dallas - 3 1/2 hrs Houston - 4 1/2 hrs Baton Rouge - 3 1/2 hrs New Orleans - 4 1/2 hrs Jackson - 2 hrs Mobile - 5 hrs Birmingham - 5 hrs Memphis - 5 hrs Little Rock - 2 1/2 hrs Lafayette - 3 hrs

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success breeds

success

Louisiana Tech’s Athletic Department: accepted an invitation to join Conference USA in an all-sports move starting July 1, 2013. won the NCAA Pack the House Challenge for the WAC for the fifth straight year, the only school in the country to win it four straight years. finished sixth in the Excellence in Management Cup (presented by Texas A&M’s Laboratory for the Study of Intercollegiate Athletics), marking the third straight year it earned a Top 10 ranking. set an annual fundraising record with gifts totaling $6 million while the Louisiana Tech Athletic Club (LTAC) set a record for annual membership with 1,252 donors.

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On the playing fields:

Track stars Chelsea Hayes (long jump, USA), Jason Morgan (discus, Jamaica) and Ayanna Alexander (triple jump, Trinidad) all qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Bulldog basketball upset No. 1 seed Nevada and advanced to its first ever WAC Tournament championship game under first-year head coach Mike White. Lady Techster outfielder Dacia Hale tied the NCAA Division I softball single game record with 11 RBI in 17-7 win over perennial NCAA Tournament power Fresno State. Bulldog golf earned its highest end-of-the-year ranking in program history, finishing 77th and barely missing its first ever NCAA Regional appearance.

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Bulldog football ended the season on a seven-game winning streak to capture the 2011 WAC Championship – first since 2001 – and earned a berth in the Poinsettia Bowl against 15th-ranked TCU.

Lady Techster basketball recorded its 38th straight winning season and advanced to the WAC Tournament championship game for the eighth time in 11 years. Scotti Culton and Olivia Lukasewich became the first Tech soccer players to play professionally. Alena Erofeyeva won 19 singles matches, falling one short of tying the Lady Techster tennis program record set in 1982 while tennis won the most matches in a season since 1994. Bulldog pitcher Phil Maton was named to the 2012 Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American Team. Adriano De Souza was named the ninth head coach in the history of the Lady Techster volleyball program. Bowling posted double digit wins against Top 20 ranked programs during the season. Ryan Allen won the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s top punter, the only player from a non-BCS school to win a national award.

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Quest for Excellence – Meeting the Needs of Tech’s Student-Athletes The construction of a 90,000-plus square-foot multipurpose facility in the south end zone of Joe Aillet Stadium will benefit every student-athlete at Louisiana Tech University.

Student-Athlete Benefits Include:  New academic center  New state-of-the-art sports medicine facility  New strength and conditioning complex  New coaches offices and locker rooms for football, baseball, soccer, tennis, softball, golf and track and field  Video room with state-of-the-art capabilities  New auditorium for team and departmental meetings

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More than $12 million of the projected $20 million has already been committed as the project is moving forward and could break ground as soon as spring of 2013. Tech alums Steve Davison (pictured), Terry Bradshaw and Drake Mills form the Leadership Team that is spearheading the fundraising for the facility, along with Tech Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde.

ation rate and in Academic Progress Report rate, and the new academic center will further enhance and emphasize the University’s commitment to the classroom.

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Louisiana Tech already ranks among the state and conference leaders in student-athlete gradu-

Since Louisiana Tech joined the WAC in 2001, its athletic programs have captured 29 team championships and dozens of individual titles. Louisiana Tech has contracted with renowned sports architectural firm Populous to develop a master facility plan. Populous has created some of the most recognizable professional sports venues in the country: “This project addresses many of the needs of our student-athletes, enhances recruiting and provides a source of pride for our alumni and fans. Our vision is a quest for excellence and a desire, focus and commitment to be an institution that values academic and athletic excellence.”

 Yankee Stadium  Busch Stadium  AT&T Park  Pepsi Center  PNC Park  PETCO Park  Oriole Park at Camden Yards

– Tech Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde

 Reliant Stadium “Quest for Excellence is a watershed event in the history of our athletics program and, through the private contributions of our friends and supporters, will put our University shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the most progressive and respected programs in the nation.” - Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau

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Karl Malone

weightroom

New State-of-the-Art Equipment

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• 8 powerlift nine-foot combo power racks with platforms • 8 powerlift glute ham machines • 15 hammer strength machines • 2 sets of iron grip GX dumb bells (5 to 150 lbs)

Louisiana Tech legend Karl Malone recently funded new state-of-theart equipment in the Karl Malone Weightroom. Malone was considered one of the most well-conditioned athletes in the history of the NBA. He returned to Louisiana Tech as a member of the strength and conditioning staff while also assisting with marketing the university’s athletic programs.


Dr. William bundrick

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Sports medicine center

Louisiana Tech Athletics can claim one of the top orthopedic surgeons in the country as one of its

More than 3,800 square feet of athletic training facility built in 2001. Contains

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swimex therapy pool cardiovascular equipment training tables private staff offices physicians examination room

own. Dr. William Bundrick lettered for the Bulldogs in the late 1950s before graduating and moving on to LSU Medical School in New Orleans. Today, he is not only the Bulldogs’ team physician, but he is also the benefactor of the Sports Medicine Department located in the Charles Wyly Athletic Center.

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BULLDOG

LOCKER ROOM

The Bulldog locker room was remodeled over the summer of 2007 to give a more state-of-the-art feel for the players. Everything from the showers and toiletries to the lockers were renovated.

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The video room has been re-mastered using advanced FILM technology for the athletes. 2012-13 BULLDOG BASKETBALL

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LA TECH in the community

Interacting with area elementary school children is one of the priorities for the Tech’s student athletes each year.

making a difference LA Tech student-athletes volunteered more than 4,000 hours of community service this past school year with all 16 Division I sanctioned programs involved in some aspect of giving back to the community. Community service projects range from interaction with local schools to the Boys and Girls Club to the Methodist Children’s Home to the local retirement/nursing homes to the DART Pumpkin Patch.

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The Lady Techster softball team raised more than $6,500 last year for the local chapter of the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team (DART) during its DART Charity Softball Weekend series against Fresno State.


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Brandon Gibson and teammates helping bag groceries for customers at local supermarket.

Members of the LA Tech track and field team helped with the annual canned food drive in Ruston during the holidays.

The Lady Techster soccer team helped the University earn a spot on the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll while being recognized by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) for its leadership among institutions of higher education in Louisiana in supporting volunteerism, service-learning and civic engagement.

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USA … USA … USA …

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as in Conference USA After a 12-year affiliation in the highly-respected Western Athletic Conference, Louisiana Tech will make the all-sports move to Conference USA on July 1, 2013. The 14-team league will include eight schools in the central time zone as Louisiana Tech will boast natural geographic rivalries with a host of outstanding academic and athletic universities including Tulane, Southern Miss, Rice, Tulsa, UTSA, North Texas and UAB. The league also includes highlyrespected institutions (outside of the central time zone) in UTEP, FIU, Charlotte, Old Dominion, Marshall and East Carolina. More than a thousand supporters showed up at the Thomas Assembly Center on May 4 when Conference USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky extended the official invitation to Tech President Dan Reneau.


TULSA

CHARLOTTE

LOUISIANA TECH

UTSA

EAST CAROLINA

UAB

NORTH TEXAS UTEP

OLD DOMINION

RICE

SOUTHERN MISS TULANE

FIU

ON THE MAP (TENTATIVE 2013)

CUSA Highlights 144 Bowl appearances (64 since 1994) 118 NCAA Appearances in Men’s Basketball

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MARSHALL

10 Men’s Basketball Final Four Appearances, five National Championship game appearances and one National Championship 2002 NIT Champions (Memphis) and 2001 NIT Champions (Tulsa) 51 NCAA appearances in Women’s Basketball (38 since 1994) 112 NCAA Appearances in Baseball (73 since 1995) 12 College World Series Appearances, with five in a row (2003 National Champions Rice) 26 NCAA appearances in Volleyball in the last 14 years Two Softball College World Series Appearances Two Men’s Soccer College Cup Appearances 17 Men’s Golf National Championships Two Women’s Golf National Championships

Louisiana Tech President Dan Reneau and Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde sign the contract making the University an official member of C-USA.

32 National Championships in Track and Field and Cross Country

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LOUISIANA TECh

THOMAS ASSEMBLY CENTER GAME DAY

Standing tall and serving as a landmark in Ruston, the Thomas Assembly Center has been a staple in Tech athletics for over two decades. Since its unveiling in 1982, numerous Bulldog basketball teams have seen success from Andy Russo’s early-80’s Dunkin’ Dawgs all the way to the new millennium under current head coach Michael White. Starring for some of these teams inside the TAC include NBA legend Karl Malone and current Utah Jazz forward Paul Milsap as well as PJ Brown, Lonnie Cooper, Kyle Gibson, Gerrod Henderson and Magnum Rolle. Each was a superstar in his own time in a Bulldog uniform and under the lights of the Thomas Assembly Center.

The Bulldogs’ home record in the TAC is astounding at 280-93 for a winning percentage of 75.1. The 200th win came in the last home game of the 2002-03 season against Tulsa 93-82.

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The 8,000-seat facility has also seen 27 winning seasons for the Bulldogs, including a stretch of 10 straight beginning with the opening of the arena in 1982.

2012-13 BULLDOG BASKETBALL Over the years, opponents have had very little success playing in the Thomas Assembly Center. The arena’s history indicates that something special happens for the Bulldogs anytime they don their jerseys and walk out onto the court in Ruston.

The season-by-season home record for the Bulldogs in the TAC includes:

• 1982-83: 12-1 • 1983-84: 14-0 • 1984-85: 14-0 • 1985-86: 10-3 • 1986-87: 12-1 • 1987-88: 12-0 • 1988-89: 10-1 • 1989-90: 10-0 • 1990-91: 9-1 • 1991-92: 12-1 • 1992-93: 3-8 • 1993-94: 2-10 • 1994-95: 8-4 • 1995-96: 7-5 • 1996-97: 7-4

• 1997-98: 8-4 • 1998-99: 9-0 • 1999-00: 10-1 • 2000-01: 9-4 • 2001-02: 13-2 • 2002-03: 9-4 • 2003-04: 9-6 • 2004-05: 8-3 • 2005-06: 10-2 • 2006-07: 7-4 • 2007-08: 6-8 • 2008-09: 9-4 • 2009-10: 12-2 • 2010-11: 8-6 • 2011-12: 11-4

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KARL

Malone

Malone has given over $350,000 for facility upgrades at the Thomas Assembly Center which has included a brand new court and weightroom facility.

• Ranks sixth all-time at Louisiana Tech with 1,716 points in just three seasons • Led Tech to records of 19-9 (freshman), 26-7 (sophomore) and 29-3 (junior) • Averaged 20.9, 18.8 and 16.5 points per game for an average of 18.7 for his career • Was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in August 2010.

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1985 NBA Draft • Played on the 1992 and 1996 “Dream Team” and earned gold medals as an Olympian • Finished his illustrious NBA career as the second all-time leading scorer with 36,928 points • His No. 32 has been retired at both Louisiana Tech and the Utah Jazz

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• Drafted by the Utah Jazz with the 13th pick in the

Spearheaded the “ATAC Fund” as a fundraising tool to help Tech athletics across the board

Awards • MVP in 1997 and 1999 for the Jazz • All-Star 14 times and was MVP in 1989 and co-MVP in 1993 • NBA’s 50 Greatest Players list in 1996 • 1982-83: Sporting News Honorable Mention All-American • 1983-84: Sporting News Honorable Mention All-American • 1984-85: Sporting News Honorable Mention All-American, NABC 2nd Team All-American and AP Honorable Mention

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BULLDOGS

IN THE NBA Louisiana Tech in the NBA Draft

Year Rd-Pk-O Name Drafted By Pos. 2010 2-21-51 Magnum Rolle Oklahoma City F 2006 2-17-47 Paul Millsap Utah Jazz PF 1992 2-2-29 P.J. Brown New Jersey Nets PF 1992 2-22-49 Ron Ellis Phoenix Suns PF 1989 1-8-8 Randy White Dallas Mavericks PF 1985 1-13-13 Karl Malone Utah Jazz PF 1985 4-6-76 Willie Simmons Sacramento Kings C 1984 6-19-135 Rennie Bailey Detroit Pistons G 1979 2-17-39 Victor King LA Lakers PF 1977 4-13-79 Mike McConathy Chicago Bulls SG 1973 1-4-4 Mike Green Seattle SuperSonics C/F 1970 6-5-90 Charlie Bishop Cincinnati Royals C 1967 15-1-148 Rich Peek Baltimore Bullets c 1960 1-4-4 Jackie Moreland Detroit Pistons F

Magnum Rolle

(Drafted in 2010 by Oklahoma City Thunder) - Indiana: 2010 - Atlanta: 2011-Present

P.J. Brown

(Drafted in 1992 by New Jersey Nets) - New Jersey: 1992-96 - Miami Heat: 1996-2000 - Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets: 2000-06 - Chicago Bulls: 2006-07 - Boston Celtics: 2007-08

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Randy White

(Drafted eighth overall in 1989 by Dallas Mavericks) - Dallas: 1989-93


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Paul Millsap

(Drafted in 2006 by Utah Jazz) - Utah: 2006-present

Other NBA Players

Jackie Moreland (Drafted in 1960 by Detroit Pistons) - Detroit: 1960-65 - New Orleans Buccaneers: 1967-70

Mike Green (Drafted in 1973 in American Basketball Association) - Played for Seattle Super Sonics, San Antonio Spurs and Kansas City Kings

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power forward

university karl malone - 2010 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Drafted by the Utah Jazz with the 13th pick in the 1985 NBA Draft NBA’s second all-time leading scorer • Won two Olympic gold medals (1992, 1996) Original “Dream Team” • Two-time NBA MVP (1997, 1998) Named one of the NBA’s 50 Greatest Players • Three-time NCAA All-American

Randy White Drafted by the Dallas Mavericks with the 8th pick in the 1989 NBA Draft • NCAA All-American (1988-89) • Ten-year professional career, five with the Dallas Mavericks • In 2003, was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame

P.J. Brown Drafted by the New Jersey Nets in the second round of the 1992 NBA Draft • NBA Champion with the Boston Celtics (2008) • Helped six different teams to the NBA Playoffs • Won the NBA Sportsmanship Award (2004) • Three-time NBA All-Defensive Team (1997, 1999, 2001)

Paul Millsap Drafted by the Utah Jazz in the second round of the 2006 NBA Draft • Led all rookies in double-doubles in 2006 • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2006) • Helped the Jazz to the NBA Playoffs every season • Only player in NCAA History to lead the nation in rebounding three-straight years

Magnum Rolle Drafted by Oklahoma City in the second round of the 2010 NBA Draft (rights traded to Indiana) •

CollegeInsider.com All-American Defensive Team (2009-10) • NABC All-District Second Team • All-WAC selection (2009-10) • Two-time All-Western Athletic Conference Defensive Team member

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Prior to his first ever game as a head coach for Louisiana Tech, Michael White made a roster face-lift that included the addition and subtraction of seven players, or in other words half the team. Ten of White’s 14 players would be either freshmen or sophomores entering the 2011-12 season, and they would be expected to contribute immediately in his fast-paced, dribble drive offense and his pressuring man-to-man defense intended to cause mayhem for the opposing teams. This style of basketball would be a complete 180 from the year before, so growing pains were to be expected. Despite the new squad, the new philosophies and the newness of being a first-time head coach, White declared prior to the start of the season that reaching the NCAA Tournament every year was the central target for the program. People believed in his vision, but almost no one outside the Bulldog locker room believed it could happen in the very first year. It almost did. Thanks to a stretch-run that included a 5-1 finish to the regular season, the Bulldogs carried momentum and confidence into the WAC Tournament as the No. 5 seed. First up in the quarterfinals was perennial conference power Utah State. No matter as LA Tech pulled off the 72-70 upset. Next up in the semifinals was top-seed and WAC regular season champions Nevada. No matter as LA Tech pulled off another upset, 78-73. Then in the blink of the eye, or maybe

ten blinks for those who could not believe what they were seeing, the Bulldogs found themselves in the WAC Tournament finals for the first time since joining the league back in 2001. In its third game in three days, LA Tech ran up against New Mexico State but was unable to pull off the trifecta as it fell short of the automatic berth into the field of 68. White and the Bulldogs will no doubt look to pick up in November exactly where they left off back in March in Las Vegas at the Orleans Arena after coming within 40 minutes of reaching the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1991. “Our late-season success should help us with not only game confidence, but program confidence,” said White who’s team saw a six-game improvement from the previous year after finishing 18-16.  “It also provided momentum for the off-season.  Our kids got a taste of success, and it’s provided more incentive to take their individual work ethic to another level.” The up-tempo offense and unrelenting defense that delivered night after night of exciting basketball last year returns for this season with a solid foundation laid by the returning players and coaching staff. “The second go-round for my staff and I should be much more smooth,” said White.  “It took us a couple of months to find a rhythm and implement a new style.  We are leaps and bounds ahead of where we were a year ago in terms of familiarity with our players, our system and our opponents.” This year’s squad is still very young with

only two seniors returning in savvy veterans Brandon Gibson and J.L. Lewis. Gibson led the team in rebounds last year averaging 4.6 per game while Lewis was a key contributor in the front court. The elder of the group is Gibson, now a red-shirt senior, who has a renewed sense of purpose going into his final year as a Bulldog. “Brandon Gibson has taken on more of a leadership role already,” said White.  “He’s been very vocal, but losing 15 pounds and getting into the best shape of his life has been a tremendous example for our team.  He’s focused, committed and set for a big senior season.” LA Tech will look to lean heavily on upperclassmen like Gibson and Lewis to lead on and off the court, but it will also continue to rely greatly on its underclassmen that gave such a tremendous amount of production last year, highlighted by the now-sophomore trio of Raheem Appleby, Kenneth Smith and Michale Kyser. As freshmen, each of these players broke school records in some form or fashion. Smith broke the single-game assists record with 15 versus Central Arkansas and also recorded the most steals ever in a season by a freshman with 42. Kyser proved dominate in the paint on the defensive end as he finished with a freshman record 60 blocks for the season that featured a seven-block performance versus North Dakota. The last piece of the trio is Appleby, who earned second team all-conference accolades as a rookie. Appleby is coming off one of the


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most productive freshman seasons in Bulldog history after also being WAC Freshman of the Year. He averaged 13.9 points per game, contributing at least 15 points in 18 games. He also shot 40 percent from three-point range, another program freshman record set. “The challenge for Raheem [Appleby], Speedy [Smith] and Mike [Kyser] is to remain hungry and driven,” said White.  “They were all successful to a certain extent as freshmen, and they have to avoid being complacent and comfortable.  Although still very young, they’ll be relied on heavily as producers and leaders.” Other key returners this year are juniors Cordarius Johnson, Kenyon McNeail and sophomore Stojan Gjuroski who look to continue to add quality depth to a strong backcourt with long range shooting capability. The team, as a whole, shattered the school record last year for three-point field goals made with 258 thanks in large part to the junior duo that made 99 of those. One of the worries going into this past offseason for the LA Tech coaching staff was getting stronger on the boards, especially after being out-rebounded in the WAC title game by the Aggies 46-27. As a result, they brought in four players, two junior college transfers and two freshmen, to help remedy the problem. “We added depth, athleticism and

length to our roster,” said White.  “[Isaiah] Massey has a good mix of size and athleticism and is familiar with our system.  Jaron Johnson and Chris Anderson are both extremely athletic and versatile.  ‘Gibby’ Talbot brings us size and physicality, and Alex Hamilton is a very skilled guard with good size.” The 2012-13 Bulldog schedule will feature a blend of old and new faces. Games against nearby rivals like McNeese State, ULM, Southeastern Louisiana, UALR and Northwestern State highlight the non-conference portion, along with a four-team round robin tournament in Chattanooga, Tenn. for the CBE Hall of Fame Classic. The new faces will be seen once conference play starts as the WAC will look very different for LA Tech, in its final year in the league before becoming a member of Conference USA. The revamped WAC will add new members Seattle, Texas State, UTSA, UT Arlington and Denver to replace the departures of Nevada, Hawai’i and Fresno State. With these new additions also comes a new WAC tournament bracket to be played out March 12-16 in Las Vegas at the Orleans Arena. Each team will play a gauntlet of 18 conference games that begins on Dec. 29 and culminates on March 9 and that will ultimately determine seeding for the postseason event.

“Eighteen league games is a lot, but fortunately a couple road trips are closer,” said White. “Unfortunately, we’ll have to learn the league again, as five new teams enter. The good thing is everyone else will have to learn the league as well. The returning WAC teams are very good, and the new programs all have their strengths as well. We should be more athletic, and we hope to rebound the ball better with this group. On the wing we are deep and talented. It will be exciting to have different options, as well as different skill sets at our disposal.” No matter how different the schedule is or the conference opponents, the mission is still the same from the first day coach White took the job. “We are concentrating on continuing to improve and build. Our goal, as it will be every year, is to make the NCAA Tournament,” White said. “We were 40 minutes away last year, but didn’t finish the job.”

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2012-13 Louisiana Tech Numerical Roster No. Name

Height

Weight Pos.

Class/Exp. Hometown (Last School)

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Alex Hamilton

6-4

190

1

Michale Kyser

6-9

210 F

So./1L

Lancaster, Texas (Christian Life Center)

2 Brandon Gibson

6-5

225

G

Sr./3L

Marianna, Fla. (Marianna HS)

3 Raheem Appleby

6-3

160

G

So./1L

Jacksonville, Ark. (Jacksonville HS)

4 Kenneth Smith

6-3

185

G

So./1L

St. Petersburg, Fla. (Boca Ciega HS)

5 Chris Anderson

6-6

220 F

Jr./TR

Muskegon, Mich. (Weatherford College)

10 Isaiah Massey

6-8

230 F

So./1L

McDonough, Ga. (Ole Miss)

11 Stojan Gjuroski

6-8

205 F

So./1L

Gostivar, Macedonia (Life Center Academy)

15 Cordarius Johnson 6-5

215

G

Jr./2L Coushatta, La. (Red River HS)

21 Kenyon McNeail

6-1

185

G

Jr./2L Conway, Ark. (Conway HS)

23 Jaron Johnson

6-6

205

G

Jr./TR

Tyler, Texas (Tyler JC)

25 J.L. Lewis

6-8

240 F/C

Sr./2L

Gonzales, La. (University of New Orleans)

40 Gilbert Talbot

6-10

255 F/C Fr./HS Houma, La. (Ellender HS)

G Fr./HS Chipley, Fla. (Chipley HS)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Michael White Assistant Coach: Isaac Brown Assistant Coach: Dusty May Assistant Coach: Derrick Jones Support Staff Sports Information Director: Kane McGuire (Louisiana Tech, ‘06) Radio: Dave Nitz Athletic Trainer: Justin Wheeler Director of Basketball Operation: Justin Argenal (CSU-Chico, ’09)

Pronounciation Guide Stojan (STOW-yawn) Gjuroski (JUR-awe-SKEE) Michale (MIKE-all) Kyser Kenyon (KEY-on) McNeail Jaron (JER-an) Johnson

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Alex Hamilton

1 Michale Kyser

2 Brandon Gibson

3 Raheem Appleby

4 Kenneth Smith

G • 6-4 • 190 • Fr./HS Chipley, Fla.

F • 6-9 • 210 • So./1L Lancaster, Texas

G • 6-5 • 225 • Sr./3L Marianna, Fla.

G • 6-3 • 160 • So./1L Jacksonville, Ark.

G • 6-3 • 185 • So./1L St. Petersburg, Fla.

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10

11

15

21

Chris Anderson

F • 6-6 • 220 • Jr./TR Muskegon, Mich.

F • 6-8 • 230 • So./1L McDonough, Ga.

Isaiah Massey

F • 6-8 • 205 • So./1L Gostivar, Macedonia

Stojan Gjuroski

Cordarius Johnson

23

25

40

Jaron Johnson

G • 6-6 • 205 • Jr./TR Tyler, Texas

Michael White Head Coach

Isaac Brown

Assistant Coach

J.L. Lewis

G • 6-5 • 215 • Jr./2L Coushatta, La.

Kenyon McNeail

G • 6-1 • 185 • Jr./2L Conway, Ark.

Gilbert Talbot

F/C • 6-8 • 240 • Sr./2L Gonzales, La.

F/C • 6-10 • 255 • Fr./HS Houma, La.

Dusty May

Derrick Jones

Assistant Coach

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Assistant Coach

Justin Argenal

Director of Basketball Operations

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MICHAEL WHITE Head Coach

After Michael White was named the 17th head coach at Louisiana Tech on March 30, 2011, he used his first busy offseason to make a roster face-lift that included the addition and subtraction of seven players, or in other words half the team. Ten of White’s 14 players would be either freshmen or sophomores entering the 2011-12 season, and would be expected to contribute immediately to his fast-paced, dribble drive offense and a pressuring man-to-man defense intended to cause mayhem for the opposing teams. To add to the growing pains, this style of basketball would be a complete 180 from the year before for those returning players. Despite leading the eighth youngest team in the country as one of the youngest head coaches in the country at 35 years of age, White declared that reaching the NCAA Tournament every year was the main target for the program. People believed in his vision, but very few outside the Bulldog locker room believed it could happen in the very first year, and it almost did. Thanks to a sparked stretch-run that included a 5-1 finish to the regular season, coach White and the Bulldogs carried that momentum into the WAC Tournament as the number five seed. First matchup in the quarterfinals was perennial conference power Utah State. LA Tech pulls off the upset 72-70. Next matchup in the semifinals was top-seeded and WAC regular season champions Nevada. LA Tech pulls off another upset 78-73.

Then in the blink of the eye, the Bulldogs found themselves in the WAC Tournament finals for the first time ever since joining the league back in 2001. In their third game in three days, LA Tech ran up against New Mexico State and was unable to pull off the trifecta upset in order to gain the automatic berth into the field of 68. LA Tech came within 40 minutes of reaching the NCAA Tournament for the program’s first time since 1991, finishing 18-16 on the season which was a six win improvement from the year before. Prior to coming to Tech White spent the previous seven seasons on the Ole Miss coaching staff and developed a reputation as one of the top assistant coaches in the country. A finalist for the 2009 Coaches Award presented by BasketballScoop.com - honoring the top assistants in the college game - White was instrumental in the Rebels’ rise to prominence in the Southeastern Conference as he helped lead the program to four postseason berths and a pair of SEC West titles in the past five years. The Rebels won 20 or more games four of the last five seasons. White was very well-known in the recruiting circles nationwide, especially in the Southern region of the country. He helped Ole Miss land three recruiting classes ranked in the Top 25 in the country by numerous recruiting publications, including the 2005 class that was ranked as high as No. 7 by Hoop Scoop. In addition to his recruiting responsibili-

ties, he worked closely with the Rebel guards, including helping Terrico White who earned the SEC Freshman of the Year award and Freshman All-America accolades in 2009. Ole Miss had five guards named all-SEC during the last five seasons and eight different guards that made seven or more three-pointers in one game during that stretch. Prior to his stint on the Ole Miss staff, White spent four years at Jacksonville State, helping coordinate the Gamecocks’ recruiting efforts for three seasons. White had five recruits named all-conference in four seasons at Jacksonville State. During his time at the school, Jacksonville State also recorded the winningest season in its Division I history in 2002-03 while also recording the program’s first-ever league tournament victory. A native of Dunedin, Florida, White played high school basketball at Jesuit High

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1995-99 Player

2000-03

OLE MISS

Assistant Coach

Jacksonville State

1995 1999-2000 Player

New MExico Slam

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School in New Orleans before signing at Ole Miss where he was a four-year starter at point guard for the Rebels in the late 1990s. During his time in a Rebel uniform, he helped lead Ole Miss to consecutive SEC West Division titles, three straight NCAA Tournament berths and the program’s first ever NCAA Tournament win in 1999. He was a two-time SEC Academic Honor Roll selection and a member of the 1999 SEC Good Works Team. After being invited to the Utah Jazz’s summer training camp following his college career, White spent the 1999-2000 season between playing professionally for the IBL’s New Mexico Slam and in England before returning to Ole Miss in the spring of 2000 to complete his B.A. in business. White’s passion for and knowledge of college basketball came naturally as he grew up around the game as his father, Kevin White, served as athletic director at Notre Dame, Arizona State, Tulane and Maine. Kevin White is currently the AD at Duke. Michael’s younger brother, Danny, played basketball at Towson and Notre Dame, and is now the new athletic director at the University of Buffalo. Youngest brother Brian is an associate athletic director at Louisiana Tech. He is married to the former Kira Zschau, an all-SEC volleyball player at Ole Miss, who also has a law degree from the university. The couple has two daughters, Rylee and Maggie, and twin boys, Collin and Keegan.

Date of Birth: March 2, 1977 Family: Wife: Kira; Daughters: Rylee and Maggie; Sons: Collin and Keegan Education: Mississippi, 2000; B.A. - Business Coaching Experience: 2011-present LA Tech Head Coach; 2003-11 Ole Miss Assistant Coach; 2000-03 Jacksonville State Assistant Coach Postseason Experience: 2011 NIT, Ole Miss; 2010 NIT, Ole Miss; 2008 NIT, Ole Miss; 2007 NIT, Ole Miss Playing Experience: 1999-2000 New Mexico Slam (IBL); 1995-99 Ole Miss Honors: 1999 SEC GoodWorks Team

2011-present head coach

louisiana tech

2003-11

2012

Assistant Coach

Ole Miss

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ISAAC BROWN Assistant Coach

Isaac Brown enters his second season as an assistant coach for the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs after being added by new head coach Michael White to the coaching staff. Brown’s responsibility for the Bulldogs mainly involved coaching the wings and guards, which consisted almost entirely of underclassmen. With his assistance, LA Tech featured two guards on the all-WAC team, one of which also made the all-WAC defensive team and the other was honored as WAC Freshman of the Year. The 2011-12 team finished the regular season winning five of their last six games and rode that momentum into the WAC Tournament as they upset Utah State in the quarterfinals and top-seeded Nevada in the semifinals in route to the program’s first-ever WAC Tournament final. After coming up just 40 minutes short of the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1991, the Bulldogs finished with an overall record of 18-16, a six win improvement from the year before. Prior to joining White’s staff, Brown served as associate head coach at Arkansas State. In the 2010-11 season, Brown helped the Red Wolves to a 17-14 overall record including a 13-0 mark at home while serving under head coach John Brady. ASU won the Sun Belt Conference West Division title with an 11-5 record. Prior to ASU, Brown spent three years at the University of Arkansas (2007-10) under head coach John Pelphrey, assisting with recruiting and on-the-floor coaching. During his time with the Razorbacks, Brown helped lead the squad to a 52-45 record, including a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2008 when the team advanced to the second round. Prior to his stint at Arkansas, Brown served on the coaching staff for Pelphrey at South Alabama for five seasons. During his time at USA, Brown helped direct the Jaguars to the best turnaround in the nation in 2006 when the team improved its record to 24-7 after two losing seasons, captured the SBC West Division title and tournament championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1998. Following their success in 2007, the Jaguars posted a 20-12 record in 2007, won the SBC regular-season title and earned a berth in the NIT, where it dropped a 79-73 decision to Syracuse. The 2007 team led the Sun Belt in turnover margin (+2.53), assist-to-turnover ratio (1.12) and three-point defense (.325), and it was second in steals (7.22) and scoring defense (67.3). The Jaguars also made 272-of-749 three-pointers, an average of 8.5 per game. Brown began his coaching career at Pearl River Community College in Poplarville, Miss., in 1997. After two years, he went to his hometown school as an assistant at Pascagoula (Miss.) High School. Following one season, he moved back into the junior college ranks at Okaloosa-Walton Community College in Niceville, Fla. At OWCC, he recruited and coached Kedric Brown, who in 2001 became the first junior college player selected as an NBA lottery pick (No. 11 by Boston). He also coached guard Donell Taylor, who played two seasons with the NBA’s Washington Wizards. Fifteen OWCC players signed Division I scholarships while Brown was on the staff. Brown earned his bachelor’s in health and physical education from Louisiana-Monroe in 1995. He played two years at Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (1989-90), spent one season at Texas A&M (1991), transferred to Louisiana Monroe and sat out the 1992 season before helping his team win the 1993 Southland Conference title with a 17-1 conference mark, finished 27-4 overall and earned a NCAA tournament bid.

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DUSTY MAY

Dusty May enters his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs. May was retained as an assistant by new head coach Michael White entering the 2011-12 season and his main responsibility included coaching the wings and guards, which consisted almost entirely of underclassmen. With his assistance, LA Tech featured two guards on the all-WAC team, one of which also made the all-WAC defensive team and the other was selected as WAC Freshman of the Year. The team finished the regular season with wins in five of their last six games and reached the program’s first-ever WAC Tournament final after upsetting Utah State and Nevada in the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively. After coming up just 40 minutes short of reaching the NCAA Tournament for the program’s first time since 1991, the Bulldogs ended with an overall record of 18-16, a six win improvement from the year before. While on Kerry Rupp’s staff at LA Tech, the Bulldogs went 24-11 during the 2009-10 season, their best record since 1985. The Bulldogs made an appearance in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament and recorded a win in the postseason for the first time in eight years. Prior to LA Tech, May spent two years as an assistant coach on Mike Davis’ staff at UAB. During that time, the Blazers made the NIT both years. UAB saw a drastic improvement in the two years May was on board with a total record of 45-23. UAB’s recruiting classes during that time were also nationally renowned. Prior to his stint at UAB, May was at Murray State for the 2006-07 season and helped lead the Racers to a secondplace finish in the Ohio Valley Conference while serving under Billy Kennedy. Before Murray State, May was on staff at Eastern Michigan from 2004-05. At EMU, May was responsible for scouting, recruiting, compliance, academics, summer camps and scheduling. May worked with the post players during his only season at EMU, and helped guide then-senior John Bowler to a first-team All-Mid-American selection after averaging 20.1 points and 10.8 rebounds per contest. May spent three seasons at Indiana. He was the administrative assistant for the Hoosiers in 2004-05 and was the video coordinator in 2002-03 and 2003-04. After graduating from Indiana in 2000, May left Bloomington to become an administrative assistant/video coordinator for the men’s basketball program at the University of Southern California. While at USC, May was responsible for the video breakdown of opponent’s film, served as director of summer camps and helped coordinate the day-to-day operations of the men’s basketball office. He also helped supervise support staff, managers and office workers. During his time at USC, the Trojans went 46-20 and made two trips to the NCAA Tournament including an appearance in the Elite Eight. May spent four years as a student manager for the men’s basketball team under legendary coach Bobby Knight. During his undergraduate days, he assisted with the program’s video coordination and also helped with summer camps. In addition, May also coached the Bloomington (Ind.) Red AAU team, which included current NBA player Sean May. May and his wife Anna have three sons, Jack, Charlie and Eli.

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DERRICK JONES Assistant Coach

Jones enters his third season as an assistant coach for the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs as the longtime Louisiana native brings a wealth of knowledge of the game from his collegiate coaching experience as well as a keen understanding of the recruiting landscape in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas and other areas of the southern states. During his first year on new head coach Michael White’s staff, Jones was primarily responsible for coaching the forwards and centers. He worked closely with senior Romario Souza who often times was the only forward on the court. Souza drastically improved his game through the year and would go on to start the last ten games for the Bulldogs, averaging 12.2 points per game and 4.8 rebounds per game in those contests. His emergence down the stretch helped lead the Bulldogs in winning five of their last six regular games, and an appearance in the program’s first-ever WAC Tournament final after upsetting Utah State and Nevada in the quartefinals and semifinals, respectively. After coming up just 40 minutes short of making the NCAA Tournament for the first time in Bulldog history since 1991, the 2011-12 team finished with an overall record of 18-16, a six win improvement from the year before. During his first year at Louisiana Tech while on Kerry Rupp’s staff, Jones worked closely with the Bulldog post players, including highly-regarded forward Olu Ashaolu who was one of the Western Athletic Conference leaders in double-doubles. Jones came to Ruston with an impressive resume as he spent two seasons at the University of New Orleans where he was heavily involved in recruiting, player evaluation, academics and on-court preparation for the Privateers. Prior to UNO, Jones spent three years as an assistant coach at Samford from 2005 through 2008 working for coach Jimmy Tillette, who is the program’s all-time leader in wins with over 200. During his first year with the Bulldogs, Jones helped lead Samford to a 20-win season, including wins over perennial postseason teams in Southern Miss and Murray State. Jones started his coaching career on the high school level where he served as an assistant coach at John Ehret High School in Marrero, La. from 2003 through 2005. After a 13-14 finish in his first year at the school, Jones helped coached the team to a 27-3 mark and a No. 2 ranking in Class 5A the following season. Jones also has coaching experience on the AAU level as he was the head coach for the Panther Select AAU 17-and-under team while also assisting with the 14-and-under team. Jones worked with a number of Division I players, including Greg Monroe (Georgetown), Brandon Moore (Florida International), Charles Carmouche (Memphis), Eddie Ludwig (LSU) and more. Monroe is now a star post player in the NBA playing for the Detroit Pistons. After prepping as a player at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge where he helped lead the team to the 1995 Louisiana Class 5A state title game as a junior, Jones signed with Mississippi State where he started 12 games and led all Bulldog freshmen in scoring. Following his sophomore season in Starkville, he transferred to Samford where he led the program to an NCAA Tournament appearance as a junior. He averaged 13.8 points and earned all-conference accolades his senior season. Jones earned his bachelor’s degree in business management from Samford. He and his wife, Tiffany, have one son, Nico.

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JUSTIN ARGENAL

Justin Argenal enters his second season as Director of Basketball Operations at Louisiana Tech under head coach Michael White. His responsibilities have included administrative duties around the basketball offices, team travel compliance and conducting head coach Michael White’s basketball camps. Prior to joining LA Tech, Argenal spent the 2010-11 year at The Citadel. There, Argenal handled all day-to-day operations within the program under head coach Chuck Driessell. He was in charge of all team travel and conducted all film exchange, film breakdown for scouting and film for recruitment purposes. Argenal played a large role in the team’s academic success as he monitored and reviewed the academics of all student-athletes whose team GPA was 3.01. He also directed and organized annual basketball camps and clinics. Prior to The Citidal, Argenal served as a graduate assistant at the University of Mississippi during the 2009-10 season. He focused on the academic success of student-athletes and implementation of individual workouts for off-season player development. He was an instrumental part of the Rebels 2009-10 NIT Final Four staff. Argenal has also served as a staff assistant for basketball camps held by Herb Sendek (Arizona State), Gary Williams (Maryland) and Kelvin Sampson (formerly of Indiana University). A native of Lafayette, Calif., Argenal was a four-year team captain at California State University-Chico, and is the school’s all-time leader in steals and assists. He earned a bachelor of arts in psychology in 2009 and completed his master’s degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University (Irvine) in 2010.

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Director of Basketball Operations

RENEE PUCKETT Office Coordinator

Renee Puckett begins her fourth year with the Bulldog basketball program where she plays an important role in the day-to-day operation of the office. The Dubach, La., native handles all of the finances, travel arrangements and payment of the bills for the Bulldogs. She also takes care of all the paperwork on players, keeps track of all the current player files, as well as typing schedules, itineraries and other important information concerning the Bulldog basketball program.

RYAN

NATHAN

GA Manager

GA Manager

GEARY

DOCTER

AUSTIN

TALBERT

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Manager

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DOCS FOR DOGS

DR. WILLIAM BUNDRICK

DR. Edward Anglin

(Bone and Joint Clinic)

(Highland Clinic)

Medical Director, Team Orthopedist

DR. SHANE PHILLIPS

DR. Jake Wood

DR. Will Sanders

(Green Clinic)

(Green Clinic)

(Green Clinic)

Team Physician

DR. Jesse Roberts,

Team Dentist

Jr.

Team Physician

DR. Jay Howell

Team Dentist

Team Physician

DR. Jesse Roberts,

Team Dentist

III

(Peachtree Dental)

(Peachtree Dental)

(Peachtree Dental)

DR. JARED VINCENT

DR. Cynthia Larson

DR. Jason Maggio

(Ruston Eye & Laser)

(OB/GYN Assoc. of Ruston)

(All the Way Chiropractic)

Team Ophthalmologist

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Team Chiropractor


against Western Carolina in the Great Alaskan Shootout (11/28) and again against Idaho in the first round of the 2009 WAC Tournament (3/12).

Personal: Son of Glen and Torron Gibson ... Has one brother, Brian Ryhmes ... Mother played basketball at Chipola College ... Born Nov. 22, 1989 in Marianna, Fla.

2 GUARD

BRANDON

GIBSON

Marianna, Fla. (Marianna HS) 6-5 • 225 • Sr. • 3L 2011-12: Played in 34 games while starting 24 ... Averaged 7.7 points, team-high 4.6 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 0.8 steals per game ... Season-high three steals against Northeastern (12/20) ... Grabbed 12 rebounds and had three steals against Spring Hill (12/27) ... Scored careerhigh 22 points on 9-of-15 shooting at SMU (12/31) ... Recorded first double-double of the season by matching career-best 22 points and grabbing career-high 13 rebounds against Idaho (1/12) ... Blocked career-high four shots and scored 19 points on 7-for-14 shooting including career-best four three-pointers at San Jose State (1/21) ... Made game-winning shot at the buzzer against Fresno State (1/26) ... Recorded second double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds at Fresno State (3/1) ... Scored 13 points on 6-of-12 shooting and grabbed seven rebounds in WAC Tournament quarterfinal matchup versus Utah State (3/8).

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High School: Lettered four seasons under head coach Travis Blanton for the Marianna High School Bulldogs ... Named All-Big Bend as a senior ... Named district MVP of 3A ... Named MVP and Terrific 10 by Jackson County ... Led Marianna to state Final Four ... Led the Bulldogs to a district title as a senior and junior ... Averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, three steals and two blocks.

2010-11: Played in 15 games and started 12 ... Season ended early with a torn ACL just five minutes into the WAC opener at Boise State ... Averaged 9.2 points and 5.1 rebounds per game ... Recorded at least 10 points seven times ... Scored a career-high 16 points twice, first at Texas (11/10) to open the season and again against SMU (12/1) ... At SMU, recorded a careerhigh 12 rebounds for his first-ever double-double. 2009-10: Medical redshirt. 2008-09: Played in 25 games for the Bulldogs ... Averaged 2.5 points per game... Scored 62 total points ... Scored a career-high 10 points twice; first

Gibson’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct. 3m-3A/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 34/24 720/21.2 88-253/.348 30-122/.246 56-92/.609 156/4.6 103 39 43 15 27 262/7.7 2010-11 15/12 391/26.1 47-117/.402 17-52/.327 27-44/.614 77/5.1 44 18 29 14 13 138/9.2 2009-10 DNP - Medical Redshirt 2008-09 25/0 236/9.4 22-55/.400 7-27/.259 11-25/.440 43/1.7 35 12 17 3 8 62/2.5 Totals 74/36 1347/18.2 157-425/.369 54-201/.269 94-161/.584 276/3.7 182 69 89 32 48 462/6.2

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at Episcopal High School and averaged 21.1 points and 10.2 rebounds as a senior ... Led the Knights to the 2008 Class 2A semifinals, the school’s first state semifinals appearance in 30 years.

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Personal: Full name is John L. Lewis Jr. ... Son of John and Marion Lewis ... Has three sisters, LaSonja Dunbar, Angela Lewis and Veronica Lewis ... Born May, 25, 1991 in Baton Rouge, La.

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Gonzales, La. (University of New Orleans) 6-8 • 240 • Sr. • 2L 2011-12: Played in 33 games while starting 16 ... Averaged 3.5 points, 3.3 rebounds, 0.5 blocks and 16.0 minutes per game ... Made first three three-point attempts on the season ... Scored 10 points and dished out career-high four assists against Mississippi College (11/13) ... Scored 13 points and recorded nine rebounds against Maryland Eastern Shore (11/25) ... Recorded first career double-double with career-high 20 points and 11 rebounds while playing career-best 34 minutes at Southeastern Louisiana (11/30) ... Career-high four blocks against McNeese State (12/14) ... Had 10 points and nine rebounds at Hawai’i (1/19) ... Grabbed 10 rebounds against Fresno State (1/26). 2010-11: Played in 29 games and started five ... Averaged 1.8 points, 2.6 rebounds and 12.1 minutes per game ... Scored a Tech-best nine points against Austin College (11/13) ... Recorded five points and a career-high 10 rebounds against Hawai’i (1/15) ... Had six points and five rebounds at Utah State (1/20) ... Recorded six points, four rebounds, a career-best three assists and two blocks at North Dakota (2/12) ... Brought down nine rebounds against Utah State (3/5). New Orleans: Played in all but one game as a freshman at the University of New Orleans and averaged 2.0 points and 1.9 rebounds per game ... Had a career-high 10 points against Houston Baptist (12/5/09) ... Recorded eight rebounds on against Arkansas State (2/6/10). High School: Was a first-team all-state performer

Lewis’ Career Stats Year GP/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct. 3m-3A/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 33-16 529/16.0 47-97/.485 3-6/.500 18-34/.529 109/3.3 74 10 22 15 6 115/3.5 2010-11 29-5 350/12.1 22-46/.478 1-4/.250 8-15/.533 75/2.6 75 7 27 6 12 53/1.8 Totals 62-21 879/14.2 69-143/.483 4-10/.400 26-49/.531 184/3.0 149 17 49 21 18 168/2.7

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Personal: Full name is Cordarius Alvarez Johnson ... Son of Lisa Johnson and Chad Jacobs ... Has two brothers, Darion and Demontrey ... Father, Chad, played basketball at Louisiana-Monroe ... Nicknamed CJ ... Born Jan. 20, 1992 in Shreveport, La.

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JOHNSON

Coushatta, La. (Red River HS) 6-5 • 215 • Jr. • 2L 2011-12: Played in all 34 games with 20 starts ... Averaged 9.6 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 0.5 steals per game ... Career-high three steals against Mississippi College (11/13) ... Made career-best four three-point field goals at ULM (12/3) ... Scored careerhigh 23 points on 5-of-10 shooting including matching career-high four three-pointers, grabbed career-high nine rebounds and dished out career-best four assists against Northwestern State (12/6) ... Named Co-LSWA Player of the Week on Dec. 12 ... Matched career-high of nine rebounds while also tallying 16 points at New Mexico State (2/4) ... Scored 21 points on 7-for-15 shooting with seven rebounds at Idaho (2/11) ... Scored 16 points while shooting 7-of-14 from the field with four rebounds and two steals against Central Arkansas (2/18) ... Had 12 points and three rebounds at Nevada (3/3).

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2010-11: Played in 31 games and started 11 ... Averaged 4.3 points, 1.5 points and 16.4 minutes per game ... Recorded at least 10 points four times ... Scored a season-best 14 points vs. San Jose State (1/13) ... Made 11 straight starts during the season ... Scored 12 points at Houston Baptist (12/14) ... Had 10 points at Idaho (12/31)... Score 11 points against Hawai’i (1/15). High School: Averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds per game as a senior and 23 points as a junior at Red River High School ... Led Red River to an appearance in the LSHAA Top 28 his senior season ... Team went 35-6, setting a school record for most wins in a season ... Named district 3-2A MVP as a senior ... Earned all-state honors as a junior and senior ... Starred on the gridiron as well, being named first team all-district as a junior and senior at quarterback ... Had football scholarship offers from Nebraska, Arkansas and Louisiana Tech, but chose to pursue his love of basketball ... Won a state title in the javelin throw for the Red River track and field team in 2010.

Johnson’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct. 3m-3A/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 34/20 774/22.8 117-289/.405 58-168/.345 35-57/.614 129/3.8 54 33 53 6 18 327/9.6 2010-11 31/11 507/16.4 48-155/.310 21-89/.236 15-27/.556 48/1.5 39 23 40 2 12 132/4.3 Totals 65/31 1281/19.6 165-444/.372 79-257/.307 50-84/.595 177/2.7 93 56 93 8 30 459/7.1

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High School: A three-star recruit out of Conway HS, was the No. 1 rated guard (No. 4 overall) in the 2010 Arkansas high school recruiting class ... Averaged 15.3 points, 4.4 rebounds and 4.3 assists as a senior while leading Conway to a state title ... Was a 2010 McDonald’s All-American nominee. Personal: Son of Kenyon and Laverne McNeail ... Has one sister, Lauren ... Was born March 22, 1991 in Memphis, Tenn.

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McNEAIL

Conway, Ark. (Conway HS) 6-1 • 185 • Jr. • 2L

2011-12: Played in all 34 games and started 25 ... Averaged 6.8 points, 2.2 assists, 2.1 rebounds and 1.0 steals in 21.8 minutes per game ... Scored 17 points on 5-of-9 shooting at Southeastern Louisiana (11/30) ... Dished out career-best nine assists and scored eight points against McNeese State (12/14) ... Matched career-high of three steals against Northeastern (12/20) ... Scored 14 points and tied career-high of three steals against Spring Hill (12/29) ... Grabbed career-best eight rebounds at SMU (12/31) ... Scored season-high 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting including 5-for-6 from three-point range against Utah State (1/14) ... His three-point performance against the Aggies is tied for the fourth best mark in a game in school history ... Recorded 17 points, four assists and three rebounds at New Mexico State (2/4). 2010-11: Played in 32 games and started 30 ... Averaged 8.7 points, 2.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 29.4 minutes played ... Shot 35.5 percent from the field and 34.4 percent from three-point range, the second best ever by a Tech freshman ... Scored at least 10 points 11 times ... Recorded at least 20 points three times ... Scored a career-best 27 points at North Dakota (2/16), the most by a Tech freshman since Paul Millsap scored 27 points on Jan. 5, 2003 ... Was 7-for-9 from three-point range in that game, the second-most three’s ever made by a Bulldog ... Recorded 13 points, four rebounds and five assists against Seattle (11/19) ... Had 12 points, five rebounds and a career-best eight assists against Navy (11/21) ... Scored 21 points against Idaho (1/27) ... Had 17 points against New Mexico State (2/12) ... Scored 21 points against Nevada (3/3) on a career-best 8-for-11 shooting from the field.

McNeail’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct. 3m-3A/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 34/25 740/21.8 77-204/.377 41-120/.342 37-60/.617 72/2.1 54 74 55 3 33 232/6.8 2010-11 32/30 942/29.4 86-242/.355 45-131/.344 60-82/.732 90/2.8 78 76 89 1 38 277/8.7 Totals 66/55 1682/25.5 163-446/.365 86-251/.343 97-142/.683 162/2.5 132 150 144 4 71 509/7.7

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ANDERSON Muskegon, Mich. (Weatherford College) 6-6 • 220 • Jr. • TR Weatherford College: Averaged 14 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals per game … As a freshman, averaged 14.5 points and 6.8 rebounds while shooting 55.5 percent from the field … Earned all-conference honors in the North Texas Junior College Conference his freshman and sophomores seasons … Helped lead the Coyotes to the Region V Tournament.

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High School: Lettered at Reeths-Puffer High School where he was rated as the 67th best small forward on ESPN’s national ranking of high school recruits … Averaged 19 points and 13 rebounds per game his junior year … Earned honorable mention class 1A all-state honors and was a member of the Muskegon Chronicle’s class A-B All-Area team. Personal: Chris Anderson … Chose Louisiana Tech over Central Michigan, Kent State, San Diego and St. Bonaventure.

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JOHNSON Tyler, Texas (Tyler JC) 6-6 • 205 • Jr. • TR

Tyler Junior College: Coached by Mike Marquis and Ifeanyi Koggu … Played in all 30 games in 2011-12 … Averaged 13.2 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game … Made 46 percent of his field goal attempts and 73 percent at the free throw line … Named first team all-conference and all-region … Led team to 1812 record and reached the quarterfinals of the Region XIV Tournament … Averaged 9.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists per contest as a freshman as the Apache went 19-11 and made an appearance in the Region XIV Tournament. High School: Lettered three years at John Tyler High School in Tyler, Texas under coaches Gerald Anthony and Tony Pinson … Named MVP of the 2010 Azalea Orthopedics Boys all-star game … Averaged 17 points and eight rebounds per game his senior season … Named All-East Texas MVP by the Tyler Courier-Times as a senior … Picked as MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in district-5A … Selected to the All-East Texas Boys first team by the Tyler Courier-Times his junior year … Picked as the Newcomer of the Year his sophomore season by the Tyler Courier-Times … Also participated in track and field. Personal: Jaron Johnson … Son of Michael and Cynthia Johnson … Has two older brothers, Jeremy and Justin … His brother, Justin, played at Tyler Junior College and the University of Iowa and currently plays professionally in Canada … Born May 5, 1992 in Tyler, Texas.

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APPLEBY Jacksonville, Ark. (Jacksonville HS) 6-3 • 160 • So. • 1L 2011-12: Named WAC Freshman of the Year, second team all-WAC and all-Newcomer WAC team ... CollegeSportsMadness.com named him the WAC Freshman of the Year ... Voted RoundballDaily.com WAC Player of the Year ... Selected to the second team all-state by the LSWA ... Played in 32 games with 22 starts ... His 446 points were the fifth most by a freshman in program history ... Led team in scoring with 13.9 points per game while also averaging 2.4 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.1 steals per contest ... His 40.0 three-point percentage paced the team and is the highest by a freshman in school history ... Was second on the team in field goal and free throw percentage and third in steals ... Missed first two games of the season due to injury ... Scored 19 points in first significant action of the year at ULM (12/3) ... Had threestraight 20-plus point games with 26 against UALR (12/17), 22 against Northeastern (12/20) and 23 at Arkansas (12/22) ... Made career-high 11 field goals against the Trojans (12/17) ... Attempted career-high 22 shots against the Razorbacks (12/22) ... Scored 28 points on 10-of-15 shooting including 2-of-3 from three-point range and 6-for-6 at the free throw line at Hawai’i (1/19) ... Named Player of the Week by the CollegeSportsMadness.com, LSWA and WAC on Jan 23 ... Played all 40 minutes and scored a career-high 30 points at New Mexico State (2/4) ... Named CoLSWA Player of the Week on Feb. 6 ... Averaged 15.0 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.0 steals per game in the WAC Tournament ... Named to the WAC all-tournament team.

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High School: Played basketball at Jacksonville High School ... named all-conference two years ... named to all-state team two years ... Averaged 26 points, 3 assist and 3 rebounds per game as a senior ... Named MVP of 2011 Arkansas High School All-Star game ... Coached by Victory Joyner, Terry Wilson and Roy Jackson ... Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal: Full name is Raheem Jamaal Appleby ... Nickname is ‘Heem’ ... Sone of Stanley and Denise Applyby ... Has three brothers, Devin, Stan and Tyree, and one sister, Shakyla ... Born in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Appleby’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct. 3m-3A/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 32-22 892/27.9 173-368/.470 40-100/.400 60-84/.714 78/2.4 46 37 44 2 35 446/13.9 Totals 32-22 892/27.9 173-368/.470 40-100/.400 60-84/7.14 78/2.4 46 37 44 2 35 446/13.9

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GJUROSKI Gostivar, Macedonia (Life Center Academy) 6-8 • 205 • So. • 1L

2011-12: Played in eight games ... Averaged 0.5 points, 0.9 rebounds and 0.3 assists per game ... Grabbed offensive rebound at UT-Arlington (11/19) ... Had a defensive rebound against Spring Hill (12/29) ... Scored first career-basket against Central Arkansas (2/18) ... Had four points, three rebounds and a steal against the Bears ... Careerhigh two assists against San Jose State (2/23). 2010-11: Redshirted High School: Averaged eight points, five assists and four rebounds as a senior at Life Center Academy ... Ranked No. 36 in Northstar Basketball’s New Jersey Class of 2010 Fab 50 ... Was one of the key members of his prep team that finished eighth in the New Jersey Postseason High School Fantastic 65 ... Origionaly from Macedonia where he led his club team to the Macedonian championship three-consecutive years ... Named one of the top 50 athletes in Macedonia for two-straight seasons. Personal: Stojan Gjuroski ... Son of Ljubisa and Slavica Gjuroski ... Has one brother, Mladen and one sister, Elena ... Born Nov. 6, 1991 in Gostivar, Macedonia.

Gjuroski’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct. 3m-3A/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 8/0 32/4.0 2-10/.200 0-6/.000 0-0/.000 7/0.9 1 2 5 0 1 4/0.5 Totals 8/0 32/4.0 2-10/.200 0-6/.000 0-0/.000 7/0.9 1 2 5 0 1 4/0.5

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KYSER

Lancaster, Texas (Christian Life Center) 6-9 • 210 • So. • 1L 2011-12: Played in 33 games while starting two ... Averaged 3.7 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game ... Set program’s freshman record with 60 blocks on the season passing Paul Millsap’s mark of 52 set in 2003-04 season ... Ended season eighth on school’s career block list ... Grabbed seven rebounds, scored five points and blocked three shots against Mississippi College (11/13) ... Blocked five shots and pulled down five rebounds at Texas-Arlington (11/19) ... Scord 10 points against Maryland Eastern Shore (11/25) and Portland State (11/26) ... Named to the Jim Thorpe Classic all-tournament team (11/25-27) ... Blocked seven shots against Northeastern (12/20) ... The seven blocks tied for the third most in a game in Bulldog history and for the fourth most in Thomas Assembly Center history ... Scored career-high 12 points, blocked five shots and grabbed five rebounds against Central Arkansas (2/18) ... Pulled down five rebounds and blocked three shots in WAC Tournament Championship game against New Mexico State (3/10).

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High School: Attended Christian Life Center Academy (Humble, Texas) for one year ... Averaged 15 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks ... Led team to 21-3 record ... Coached by Carlos Wilson ... Lettered four at Lancaster High School in Dallas, Texas ... Helped lead team to 36-3 record and Texas class 4A state championship game ... Averaged 12 points, 10 rebounds and six blocks per game ... Named first team All-District 15-4A ... Coached by Ferrin Douglas. Personal: Full name is Michale D. Kyser ... Nicknames are Mike and Deezy ... Son of Myshell Kyser ... Has four brothers, T.J., Bruce, Frank and D.J ... Cosidered Iowa, Lamar, Pepperdine and Cambell before deciding on Tech ... Played on AAU team Dallas Showtyme.

Kyser’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct. 3m-3A/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 33/2 445/13.5 50-108/.463 0-1/.000 23-46/.500 87/2.6 60 8 13 60 13 123/3.7 Totals 33/2 445/13.5 50-108/.463 0-1/.000 23-46/.500 87/2.6 60 8 13 60 13 123/3.7

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MASSEY

McDonough, Ga. (Ole Miss) 6-8 • 230 • So. • 1L

2011-12: Played five games while starting two ... Averaged 4.6 points, 2.4 rebounds, 0.8 blocks and 12.8 minutes per game ... Had career-high seven points and six rebounds against Mississippi College (11/13) ... Matched career-best of seven points and blocked career-high three shots at Wyoming (11/27). 2010-11 (Ole Miss): Redshirted. High School: Averaged 15 points, 12.5 rebounds and 3.4 blocks in one season at TAAG Academy (Tampa, Fla.) prep school, coached by Darwin Floyd ... Played basketball at Union Grove High School ... Averaged 18.3 points and 11 rebounds per game as a senior ... Coached by Russ Atkins ... Also played football. Personal: Full name is Isaiah Massey ... Son of Evangelina Massey ... Born in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Massey’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct. 3m-3A/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 5/2 64/12.8 8-18/.444 0-1/.000 7-10/.700 12/2.4 12 2 6 4 1 23/4.6 Totals 5/2 64/12.8 8-18/.444 0-1/.000 7-10/.700 12/2.4 12 2 6 4 1 23/4.6

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SMITH

St. Petersburg, Fla. (Boca Ciega HS) 6-3 • 185 • So. • 1L

2011-12: Played in all 34 games with 13 starts ... Averaged 3.6 points, 4.2 assists, 3.6 rebounds and 1.2 steals in 25.8 minutes per game ... Set freshman school records for assists (142) and steals (42) in a season ... Had eight assists and seven rebounds in debut against Mississippi College (11/13) ... Career-high three steals at Texas-Arlington (11/19) and versus Maryland Eastern Shore (11/25) ... Played careerhigh 40 minutes, grabbed career-best 10 rebounds and dished out nine assists against Northwestern State (12/6) ... Scored career-best 18 points while shooting 8-for-12 from the free throw line, both career-highs, grabbed six rebounds, handed out four assists and had three steals against UALR (12/17) ... Had eight assists with only one turnover at SMU (12/31) ... Recorded six assists, four rebounds and three steals against New Mexico State (1/7) ... Had career-high 15 assists, the most in Bulldog history, against Central Arkansas (2/18) ... Had four assists, three rebounds and steals against Hawai’i (2/25) ... Played 38 minutes while dishing out six assists and had three steals at Nevada (3/3) ... Scored nine and grabbed five rebounds versus Nevada in WAC Tournament Semifinals (3/9).

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High School: Lettered three years in basketball at Boca Ciega High School ... Averaged 18.0 points, 9.6 assists, 4.0 rebounds, 3.0 steals and 1.2 blocks per game as a senior ... Coached by Randy Shurman, Neil Keifer and David White. Personal: Full name is Kenneth J. Smith ... Nicknamed Speedy ... Son of Kenneth and Delores Smith ... Has two brothers, Dalvontae Coley and Azure Pride, and one sister, Aleruess Smith ... Choose Louisiana Tech over South Florida and Wofford.

Smith’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Min/Avg FG-FGA/Pct. 3m-3A/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct Reb/Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2011-12 24/13 878/25.8 38-118/.322 15-50/.300 31-48/.646 122/3.6 73 142 82 5 42 122/3.6 Totals 24/13 878/25.8 38-118/.322 15-50/.300 31-48/.646 122/3.6 73 142 82 5 42 122/3.6

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ALEX

HAMILTON Chipley, Fla. (Chipley HS) 6-4 • 180 • Fr. • HS High School: Ranked as fourth best player in Florida in the summer rankings by SourceHoops.com … Rated as 23rd best shooting guard in the country by Scout.com … Ranked 14th in Florida by ESPN with a scout grade of 88 … Lettered three years for coach Joel Orlando … Led Chipley HS his senior year to the 2012 Florida class 1A state championship, the first-ever basketball championship in Chipley history … Scored 16 points on 7-for-11 shooting, dished out eight assists and had six rebounds and five steals in the contest … Was named the 2012 Florida 1A Player of the Year by the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches and to the 1A all-state team … Helped lead Chipley HS to district 1-3A title as a junior … Helped lead the Tigers to regional quarterfinals and a 27-1 record in the 2010-11 season … Averaged 18 points, four rebounds and four steals per game as a junior … Selected to Florida Athletic Coaches Association allstate team for class 1A in 2011 … Named MVP of Enterprise Christmas tournament … Named team’s Offensive Player of the Year. Personal: Full name is George Alexander Hamilton III … Son of Brenda Gaynor and the late George Hamilton … Has one sister, Linda Robinson and one brother, Ryan Hamilton … Born Oct. 5, 1993 in Marianna, Fla.

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TALBOT

Houma, La. (Ellender HS) 6-10 • 255 • Fr. • HS

High School: Lettered three years at Ellender High School under coach Scott Gauthreaux … Averaged 25 points, 15 rebounds and 3 blocks per game as a senior … Named second team all-state for class 4A by the LSWA … Was a first team all-district and all-region selection … Averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds as a junior … Helped lead team to the second round of the state playoffs his junior and senior year … Lettered three years in baseball and track.

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Personal: Full name is Gilbert James Talbot III … Nickname is ‘Gibby’ … Son of Gil and Debra Talbot … Has one sister, Lindsui … Chose Louisiana Tech over Nicholls State, Northwestern State and Southeastern Louisiana.

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2012-13 OPPONENTS ualr

Fri. Nov. 9, 2012 – 8 p.m. College Station, Texas

Wed. Nov. 14, 2012 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La. Mon. Dec. 17, 2012 - 7 p.m. - Little Rock, Ark.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: College Station, Texas Enrollment: 50,054 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Maroon and White Conference: Southeastern Arena: Reed Arena (12,989) President: R. Bowen Loftin Athletics Director: Eric Hyman

General Information Location: Little Rock, Ark. Enrollment: 13,062 Nickname: Trojans Colors: Maroon, Silver and Black Conference: Sun Belt Arena: Jack Stephens Center (5,600) Chancellor: Dr. Joel E. Anderson Athletics Director: Chris Peterson

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Adam Quisenberry Office Phone: 979-862-5453 Cell Phone: 713-582-5135 E-mail Address: aquisenberry@athletics.tamu.edu Fax: 979-845-6825 Press Row: 979-862-6944 Website: AggieAthletics.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Joe Angolia Office Phone: 501-569-3449 Cell Phone: 501-351-1060 E-mail Address: jaangolia@ualr.edu Fax: 501-683-7002 Press Row: 501-683-7004 Website: UALRTrojans.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Billy Kennedy Alma Mater: Southeastern LA, ‘86 Record at School: 14-18 (2nd season) Career Record: 225-197 Assistant Coaches: Glynn Cyprien, Kyle Keller, John Reese

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Steve Shields Alma Mater: Baylor, ‘98 Record at School: 147-128 (10th season) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Joe Kleine, Charles Cunningham, Robert Lee

OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 14-18 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Texas A&M leads 3-2 Home: 2-1, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 Current Streak: L1 Last Meeting: Texas A&M 75, Tech 59 (Nov. 19, 2006, College Station, Texas)

OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 15-16 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 25-13 Home: 14-3, Away: 9-9, Neutral: 2-1 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 71, UALR 68 (Dec. 17, 2011, Ruston, La.)

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Sun. Nov. 18, 2012 – 4 p.m. Chattanooga, Tenn. General Information Location: Troy, Ala. Enrollment: 30,564 Nickname: Trojans Colors: Cardinal, Silver and Black Conference: Sun Belt Arena: Trojan Arena (5,200) Chancellor: Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. Athletics Director: Steve Dennis

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MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Joe St. Pierre Office Phone: 334-670-5654 Cell Phone: 603-475-8548 E-mail Address: jst.pierre@troy.edu Fax: 334-670-5665 Press Row: 334-670-3229 Website: TroyTrojans.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Don Maestri Alma Mater: Southern Miss, ‘69 Record at School: 488-383 (31st season) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: David Felix, Michael Curry, Ben Fletcher OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 10-18 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 4/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 SERIES INFORMATION Series: First Meeting Home:0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 Current Streak: None Last Meeting: N/A

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SE missouri state

Mon. Nov. 19, 2012 – 3:30 p.m. Chattanooga, Tenn. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Cape Girardeau, Mo. Enrollment: 11,510 Nickname: Redhawks Colors: Red and Black Conference: Ohio Valley Arena: Show Me Center (7,000) President: Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins Athletics Director: Mark Alnutt MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Jeff Honza Office Phone: 573-651-2933 Cell Phone: 573-332-0630 E-mail Address: jhonza@semo.edu Fax: 573-651-2810 Press Row: 573-651-5014 Website: GoSoutheast.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Dickey Nutt Alma Mater: Oklahoma State, ‘82 Record at School: 32-61 (4th season) Career Record: 221-248 (17th season) Assistant Coaches: Jessie Evans, Jamie Rosser, Jon Cremins OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 15-16 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 SERIES INFORMATION Series: tied 2-2 Home: 1-1, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-1 Current Streak: L1 Last Meeting: SE Missouri St 59, Tech 54 (Nov. 28, 2007, Ruston, La.)

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chattanooga

ulm

Tues. Nov. 20, 2012 – 5:30 p.m. Chattanooga, Tenn.

Sat. Nov. 24, 2012 – 7 p.m. – Ruston, La.

General Information Location: Chattanooga, Tenn. Enrollment: 11,438 Nickname: Mocs Colors: Navy, Old Gold and Silver Conference: Southern Arena: The McKenzie Arena (10,928) Chancellor: Dr. Roger Brown Athletics Director: Laura Herron

General Information Location: Monroe, La. Enrollment: 8,858 Nickname: Warhawks Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference: Sun Belt Arena: Fant-Ewing Coliseum (7,000) President: Dr. Nick Bruno Athletics Director: Bobby Staub

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Jim Horten Office Phone: 423-425-2350 Cell Phone: 423-645-8733 E-mail Address: james-horten@utc.edu Fax: N/A Press Row: 423-756-5476 Website: GoMocs.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Jeremy Stevens Office Phone: 318-342-5462 Cell Phone: 318-547-5134 E-mail Address: jstevens@ulm.edu Fax: 318-342-5464 Press Row: 318-342-6920 Website: ULMWarhawks.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: John Shulman Alma Mater: East Tennesse State, ‘89 Record at School: 132-127 (9th season) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Casey Long, Brent Jolly, DeAntione Beasley OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 11-21 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Chattanooga leads 2-0 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-1, Unknown 0-1 Current Streak: L2 Last Meeting: Chattanooga 66, Tech 64 (Nov. 25, 1977, New Orleans, La.)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Keith Richard Alma Mater: ULM, ‘82 Record at School: 10-50 (3rd season) Career Record: 160-167 (12th season) Assistant Coaches: Ryan Cross, Cord Wright, Lonnie Cooper OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 3-26 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 50-36 Home: 31-11, Away: 19-25, Neutral: 0-0 Current Streak: W4 Last Meeting: Tech 73, ULM 71 (Dec. 3, 2011, Monroe, La.)


Southeastern la

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Hammond, La. Enrollment: 15,414 Nickname: Lions Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Southland Arena: University Center (7,500) President: Dr. John L. Crain Athletics Director: Bart Bellairs MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Matt Sullivan Office Phone: 985-549-2142 Cell Phone: 985-981-0009 E-mail Address: rsullivan@selu.edu Fax: 985-549-3773 Press Row: 985-549-2326 Website: LionSports.net COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jim Yarbrough Alma Mater: Florida State, ‘87 Record at School: 108-99 (8th season) Career Record: 205-141 (13th season) Assistant Coaches: Larry Cordaro, Michael Cyprien, Alex Hausladen OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 12-17 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 41-18 Home: 23-3, Away: 13-14, Unknown: 5-1 Current Streak:L1 Last Meeting: SLU 72, Tech 69OT (Nov. 30, 2011, Hammond, La.)

northwestern STATE

Fri. Nov. 30, 2012 - 6 p.m. Atlanta, Ga.

Tues. Dec. 4, 2012 - 7:30 p.m. Natchitoches, La.

General Information Location: Atlanta, Ga. Enrollment: 32,000 Nickname: Panthers Colors: Blue and White Conference: Colonial Athletic Arena: GSU Sports Arena (3,400) President: Dr. Mark Becker Athletics Director: Cheryl L. Levick

General Information Location: Natchitoches, La. Enrollment: 9,447 Nickname: Demons Colors: Purple, White and Orange trim Conference: Southland Arena: Prather Coliseum (3,400) President: Dr. Randall J. Webb Athletics Director: Greg Burke

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Mike Holmes Office Phone:404-413-4033 Cell Phone: 404-259-9716 E-mail Address: rholmes@gsu.edu Fax: 404-413-4035 Press Row: 404-413-4099 Website: GeorgiaStateSports.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Doug Ireland Office Phone: 318-357-6467 Cell Phone: 318-471-2086 E-mail Address: ireland@nsula.edu Fax: 318-357-4515 Press Row: 318-357-4544 Website: NSUDemons.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Ron Hunter Alma Mater: Miami (Ohio), ‘86 Record at School: 22-12 (2nd season) Career Record: 296-231 (19th season) Assistant Coaches: Darryl LaBarrie, Claude Pardue, Everick Sullivan OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 22-12 Postseason: CIT (lost in 2nd rd.) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 4-0 Home: 3-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 Current Streak: W4 Last Meeting: Tech 51, Georgia State 45 (Feb. 19, 2011, Ruston, La.)

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Wed. Nov. 28, 2012 - 7 p.m. Ruston, La.

georgia state

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Mike McConathy Alma Mater: Louisiana Tech, ‘77 Record at School: 200-204 (14th season) Career Record: 552-363 (30th season) Assistant Coaches: Jeff Moore, Bill Lewit, Jacob Spielbauer OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 16-16 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 SERIES INFORMATION Series: 74-63 Home: 37-6, Away: 20-22, Neutral: 2-2, Unknown: 18-33 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 94, NSU 932OT (Dec. 6, 2011, Ruston, La.)

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southern miss

mcneese state

denver

Sat. Dec. 8, 2012 - 7 p.m. Ruston, La.

Wed. Dec. 12, 2012 - 7 p.m. Lake Charles, La.

Sat. Dec. 29, 2012 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La. Sat. March 9, 2013 - 6 p.m. - Denver, Colo.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Hattiesburg, Miss. Enrollment: 15,000 Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Black and Gold Conference: CUSA Arena: Reed Green Coliseum (8,095) President: Dr. Aubrey K. Lucas Athletics Director: Jeff Hammond MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Tim Andrzejewski Office Phone: 601-266-4503 Cell Phone: 662-312-7663 E-mail Address: Timothy.Andrzejewski@usm.edu Fax: 601-266-4507 Press Row: 601-266-5428 Website: SouthernMiss.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Donnie Tyndall Alma Mater: Morehead State, ‘93 Record at School: 0-0 (1st season) Career Record: 114-85 (7th season) Assistant Coaches: Wade O’Connor, Jareem Dowling, Adam Howard OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 25-9 Postseason: NCAA Tournament (lost in 1st rd.) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Southern Miss leads 41-28 Home: 19-9, Away: 3-26, Neutral: 2-3, Unknown: 4-3 Current Streak: L1 Last Meeting: USM 78, Tech 62 (Dec. 10, 2011, Hattiesburg, Miss.)

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General Information Location: Lake Charles, La. Enrollment: 8,941 Nickname: Cowboys Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Conference: Southland Arena: Burton Coliseum (8,000) President: Dr. Philip Williams Athletics Director: Tommy McClelland MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Matthew Bonnette Office Phone: 337-475-5207 Cell Phone: 337-304-1658 E-mail Address: wbonnette@mcneese.edu Fax: 337-475-5202 Press Row: 337-562-4061 Website: McNeeseSports.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Dave Simmons Alma Mater: Louisiana Tech, ‘81 Record at School: 104-105 (7th season) Career Record: 130-144 Assistant Coaches: David Dumars, Steve Welch, Patrick Haynes OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 17-16 Postseason: CIT (lost in 1st rd.) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 54-38 Home: 34-10, Away: 19-27, Neutral: 1-1 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 60, McNeese 58 (Dec. 14, 2011, Ruston, La.)

General Information Location: Denver, Colo. Enrollment: 11,797 Nickname: Pioneers Colors: Crimson and Gold Conference: Western Athletic Arena: Magness Arena (7,200) Chancellor: Robert D. Coombe Athletics Director: Peg Bradley-Doppes MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Jeff Howard Office Phone: 303-871-7893 Cell Phone: 303-513-1628 E-mail Address: jeff.howard@du.edu Fax: 303-871-3890 Press Row: 303-871-3922 Website: DenverPioneers.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Joe Scott Alma Mater: Princeton, ‘87 Record at School: 80-74 (6th season) Career Record: 169-182 (13th season) Assistant Coaches: Mike McKee, John Fitzgerald, A.J. Kuhle OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 22-9 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 2-1 Home: 1-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 Current Streak: W2 Last Meeting: Tech 70, Denver 68 (Jan. 4, 2001, Denver, Colo.)


new mexico state

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Enrollment: 17,561 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Crimson and White Conference: Western Athletic Arena: Pan American Center (8,994) President: TBA Athletics Director: Dr. McKinley Boston MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Tiffany Franklin Office Phone: 575-646-3929 Cell Phone: 575-642-2168 E-mail Address: tfrank@nmsu.edu Fax: 575-646-2099 Press Row: 575-646-3400 Website: NMStateSports.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Marvin Menzies Alma Mater: UCLA, ‘87 Record at School: 102-68 (6th season) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Paul Weir, Keith Brown, Tony Delk OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 26-10 Postseason: NCAA Tournament (Lost in 1st rd.) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SERIES INFORMATION Series: New Mexico State leads 15-3 Home: 3-4, Away: 0-10, Neutral: 0-1 Current Streak: L7 Last Meeting: NMSU 82, Tech 57 (March 10, 2012, Las Vegas, Nev.)

texas state

Sat. Jan. 5, 2013 - 7 p.m. - Arlington, Texas Sat. Feb. 2, 2013 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La.

Thur. Jan. 10, 2013 - 7 p.m. - San Marcos, Texas Sat. Feb. 9, 2013 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La.

General Information Location: Arlington, Texas Enrollment: 33,500 Nickname: Mavericks Colors: Royal Blue and Orange Conference: Western Athletic Arena: College Park Center (6,500) President: James D. Spaniolo Athletics Director: Jim Baker

General Information Location: San Marcos, Texas Enrollment: 35,000 Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference: Western Athletic Arena: Straham Coliseum (7,200) President: Dr. Denise M. Trauth Athletics Director: Dr. Larry Teis

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Gregg Elkin Office Phone: 817-272-5706 Cell Phone: 214-577-8843 E-mail Address: gelkin@uta.edu Fax: 817-272-9524 Press Row: 817-272-3795 Website: UTAMavs.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Denise Thompson Office Phone: 512-245-2988 Cell Phone: 512-216-3440 E-mail Address: dt24@txstate.edu Fax: 512-245-2967 Press Row: 512-245-5532 Website: TXStateBobcats.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Scott Cross Alma Mater: UT Arlington, ‘98 Record at School: 103-82 (7th season) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Greg Young, Zak Buncik, Andrae Patterson OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 24-9 Postseason: NIT (Lost in 1st rd.) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 22-8 Home: 13-2, Away: 9-6, Neutral: 0-0 Current Streak: L1 Last Meeting: UTA 68, Tech 61 (Nov. 19, 2011, Arlington, Texas)

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Mon. Dec. 31, 2012 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La. Thur. March 7, 2013 - 8 p.m. - Las Cruces, N.M.

Ut arlington

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Doug DaValos Alma Mater: Houston, ‘94 Record at School: 80-101 (7th season) Career Record: 152-136 (11th season) Assistant Coaches: Rob Flaska, Eric Brand, Jason Burton OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 13-17 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 4-1 Home: 4-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 Current Streak: L1 Last Meeting: Texas State 76, Tech 70OT (1960, Ruston, La.)

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utsa

Sat. Jan. 12, 2013 - 6 p.m. - San Antonio, Texas Thur. Feb. 7, 2013 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: San Antonio, Texas Enrollment: 30,968 Nickname: Roadrunners Colors: Orange, Navy Blue and White Conference: Western Athletic Arena: UTSA Convocation Center (2,650) President: Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletics Director: Lynn Hickey MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Kyle Stephens Office Phone:210-458-4551 Cell Phone: 210-887-3636 E-mail Address: kyle.stephens@utsa.edu Fax: 210-458-4569 Press Row: 210-458-4566 Website: goUTSA.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Brooks Thompson Alma Mater: Oklahoma State, ‘94 Record at School: 96-91 (7th season) Career Record: 151-105 (9th season) Assistant Coaches: Dan O’Dowd, Robert Guster, Jeff Renegar OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 18-14 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 3-1 Home: 2-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 Current Streak: L1 Last Meeting: UTSA 79, Tech 71 (Dec. 12, 2004, San Antonio, Texas)

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seattle

Thur. Jan. 17, 2013 - 6 p.m. - Ruston, La. Sat. Feb. 16, 2013 - 9:05 p.m. Moscow, Idaho

Sat. Jan. 19, 2013 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La. Thur. Feb. 14, 2013 - 9 p.m. - Seattle, Wash.

General Information Location: Moscow, Idaho Enrollment: 12,312 Nickname: Vandals Colors: Silver and Vandal Gold Conference: Western Athletic Arena: Cowan Spectrum (5,000) President: Dr. Duane Nellis Athletics Director: Dr. Rob Spear

General Information Location: Seattle, Wash. Enrollment: 7,900 Nickname: Redhawks Colors: Red and White Conference: Western Athletic Arena: KeyArena (8,000) President: Fr. Stephen Sundborg, S.J. Athletics Director: William Hogan

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Spencer Farrin Office Phone: 208-885-7065 Cell Phone: 208-310-9610 E-mail Address: spencerf@uidaho.edu Fax: 208-885-0255 Press Row: 208-885-0211 Website: GoVandals.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Jason Behenna Office Phone: 206-296-5915 Cell Phone: 206-965-0450 E-mail Address: behennaj@seattleu.edu Fax: 206-296-2154 Press Row: TBD Website: GoSeattleU.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Don Verlin Alma Mater: CS-Stanislaus, ‘91 Record at School: 69-60 (5th season) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Mike Freeman, Tim Murphy, Chris Helbling OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 19-14 Postseason: CIT (lost in 2nd rd.) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 10-5 Home: 6-1, Away: 3-4, Neutral: 1-0 Current Streak: L2 Last Meeting: Idaho 73, Tech 64 (Feb. 11, 2012, Moscow, Idaho)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Cameron Dollar Alma Mater: UCLA, ‘97 Record at School: 40-49 (4th season) Career Record: 51-71 (5th season) Assistant Coaches: Donald Dollar, Darren Talley, Amadou “Pape” Koundoul OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 12-15 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Series tied 1-1 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-1 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 85, Seattle 72 (Nov. 19, 2010, Irvine, Calif.)


san jose state

central baptist

Thur. Jan. 24 2013 - 9 p.m. - San Jose, Calif. Sat. March 2, 2013 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La.

Sat. Jan. 26, 2013 - 8:05 p.m. Logan, Utah Thur. Feb. 28, 2013 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La.

Wed. Feb. 20, 2013 - 7 p.m. - Ruston, La.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: San Jose, Calif. Enrollment: 26,796 Nickname: Spartans Colors: Gold, White and Blue Conference: Western Athletic Arena: The Event Center (5,000) President: Dr. Mohammad Qayoumi Athletics Director: Gene Bleymaier

General Information Location: Logan, Utah Enrollment: 28, 994 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Navy Blue, White and Pewter Gray Conference: Western Athletic Arena: Dee Glen Smith Spectrum (10,270) President: Stan Albrecht Athletics Director: Scott Barnes

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Amy Villa Office Phone: 408-924-1216 Cell Phone: 408-421-8604 E-mail Address: amy.villa@sjsu.edu Fax: 408-924-1291 Press Row: 408-924-6266 Website: SJSUSpartans.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: George Nessman Alma Mater: California, ‘81 Record at School: 77-141 (8th season) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Brent Davis, Donald Williams, Tim Marrion OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 9-22 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Tech leads 13-9 Home: 8-2, Away: 4-6, Neutral: 1-1 Current Streak: W2 Last Meeting: Tech 75, SJSU 49 (Feb. 23, 2012, Ruston, La.)

MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Zach Fisher Office Phone: 435-797-2066 Cell Phone: 435-213-0318 E-mail Address: zach.fisher@usu.edu Fax: 435-797-2615 Press Row: 435-797-1686 Website: UtahStateAggies.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Stew Morrill Alma Mater: Gonzaga, ‘74 Record at School: 345-119 (15th season) Career Record: 563-257 (27th season) Assistant Coaches: Tim Duryea, Chris Jones, Tarvish Felton OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 21-16 Postseason: CIT (Lost in finals) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 SERIES INFORMATION Series: Utah State leads 14-3 Home: 2-4, Away: 0-7, Neutral: 1-1 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 72, Utah State 70 (March 8, 2012, Las Vegas, Nev.)

General Information Location: Conway, Ark. Enrollment: 850 Nickname: Mustangs Colors: Blue and Gray Conference: NCCAA Arena: A.R. Reddin Fieldhouse President: Terry Kimbrow Athletics Director: Lyle Middleton MEDIA RELATIONS Basketball SID: Ken Prophete Office Phone: 501-205-8846 Cell Phone: 561-707-1347 E-mail Address: kprophete@cbc.edu Fax: 501-329-2941 Press Row: N/A Website: CBCMustangs.com

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utah state

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Anthony Price Alma Mater: N/A Record at School: 9-21 (2nd season) Career Record: N/A Assistant Coaches: Bobby Thompson OUTLOOK 2011-12 Record: 9-21 Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: N/A Starters Returning/Lost: N/A SERIES INFORMATION Series: First meeting Home: 0-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 Current Streak: N/A Last Meeting: N/A

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wac tournament

2013 WAC Men’s Basketball Tournament March 12, 14-16 Las Vegas, Nev. No. 3 Game 3 Thursday 12 p.m. No. 6

Game 7 Friday 6 p.m.

No. 2 Game 4 Thursday 2:30 p.m.

No. 7 Game 1 Tuesday 6 p.m.

Game 9 Saturday 8 p.m. ESPNU

No. 1 Game 5 Thursday 6 p.m.

No. 8

Winner Game 2 No. 4

No. 9

Game 6 Thursday 8:30 p.m. No. 5

Winner, Game 7

Winner, Game 4

Winner Game 1

No. 10

Game 2 Tuesday 8:30 p.m.

Winner, Game 3

Winner, Game 9 Advances to NCAA Tournament

Winner, Game 5 Game 8 Friday 8:30 p.m.

Winner, Game 8

Winner, Game 6

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Pos. Name School C Vander Joaquim Hawai’i G Deonte Burton Nevada F Olek Czyz Nevada F Wendell McKines New Mexico State G Preston Medlin Utah State

Second Team Pos. Name School G Kevin Olekaibe Fresno State C Kyle Barone Idaho G Raheem Appleby Louisiana Tech F Dario Hunt Nevada G Hernst Laroche New Mexico State

Honorable Mention Pos. Name School G Kevin Olekaibe Fresno State C Kyle Barone Idaho G Raheem Appleby Louisiana Tech F Dario Hunt Nevada G Hernst Laroche New Mexico State

Player of the Year Pos. Name School G Deonte Burton Nevada

Freshman of the Year Pos. Name School G Raheem Appleby Louisiana Tech

Don Haskins Coach of the Year David Carter Nevada

All-Defensive Team Pos. Name School C Vander Joaquim Hawai‘i G Landon Tatum Idaho G Trevor Gaskins Louisiana Tech G Jerry Evans Jr Nevada F Dario Hunt Nevada

All-Newcomer Team Pos. Name School F Djim Bandoumel Idaho G Raheem Appleby Louisiana Tech G Daniel Mullings New Mexico State G James Kinney San Jose State F Kyisean Reed Utah State

After completing its 50th year of intercollegiate competition, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best programs. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the schools in the WAC to advance their programs to contend at the top levels of the NCAA. The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets. In addition, the WAC’s student-athletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. The WAC has experienced tremendous success over the years. Since 2000, a total of 43 football teams have been invited to bowl games, including more than half of its teams in 2008 with a record-tying five. The conference has sent teams to BCS bowl games three times since 2006. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 29 seasons. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003. In women’s basketball, Louisiana Tech basketball has played in all but three NCAA postseason tournaments during its history. In 2001, the WAC partnered with ESPN for coverage of football and basketball giving the conference national exposure from one of the most respected broadcast entities in the country. The WAC also officially added WAC.tv in 2006 to give fans streaming internet access to many of its postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, softball and baseball. The WAC is the sixth oldest among the nation’s 11 Division I-A conferences. Its history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original six-team league of Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming began competition. The first championship was held in November 1962, when Arizona won the men’s cross country title and New Mexico followed with the first WAC football title. Arizona finished second in the NCAA College World Series and, less than three years later, Arizona State claimed the league’s first NCAA title when the Sun Devils won the College World Series trophy. Fresno State was the last WAC school to earn an NCAA team title when it won the College World Series in 2008. Since 1962, several changes have occurred. UTEP and Colorado State became members in September 1967, while Arizona and Arizona State withdrew on June 30, 1978. The WAC then added San Diego State (1978), Hawai‘i (1979) and Air Force (1980). Before 1990, the WAC sponsored championships only in men’s sports. However, a merger with the High Country Athletic Conference formed a single conference under one administrative structure, and the 1990-91 athletic year was the first in which both men and women competed under the WAC name. Fresno State was added in 1992, and then in 1996, the women’s programs from Air Force and Hawai‘i along with six new schools (UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa) came into the WAC. Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming withdrew on June 30, 1999. Nevada (2000), Boise State (2001) and Louisiana Tech (2001) were added while TCU withdrew following the 2000-01 season. In 2005, Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. Boise State withdrew prior to the 2011-12 season. The current membership began on July 1, 2012 when the WAC added Denver, Seattle, UT-Arlington, UTSA and Texas State to replace withdrawing members, Fresno State, Hawai‘i and Nevada. Boise State returns in 2013-14 in all sports except football. The WAC has had just six commissioners in its history. Paul Brechler was named the first leader of the conference and held the position from 1962-1968. He was followed by Wiles Hallock (1968-71), Stan Bates (1971-80), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94), Karl Benson (1994-2012) and current interim commissioner Jeff Hurd (2012-present). Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – eight men’s and 11 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track

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and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball. The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conference’s inception with the exception of a two-year stay in Phoenix from 196466.

2011-12 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STANDINGS WAC Games Team W-L Pct. Home Road Streak Nevada 13-1 .929 6-1 7-0 W5 NMSU 10-4 .714 6-1 4-3 W1 Idaho 9-5 .643 5-2 4-3 W2 USU 8-6 .571 5-2 3-4 W3 LA Tech 6-8 .429 3-4 3-4 L1 Hawai’i 6-8 .429 3-4 3-4 L4 FSU 3-11 .214 3-4 0-7 L5 SJSU 1-13 .071 1-6 0-7 L5

All Games W-L Pct. Home Road Neautral Streak 28-7 .800 16-2 10-3 2-2 L1 26-10 .722 14-3 7-5 5-2 L1 19-14 .576 11-4 7-8 1-2 L1 21-16 .568 17-5 4-10 0-1 L1 18-16 .529 11-4 4-10 3-2 L1 16-16 .500 10-7 4-7 2-2 L1 13-20 .394 9-5 3-12 1-3 L4 9-22 .290 6-8 2-13 1-1 L5

JEFF HURD, WAC INTERIM COMMISSIONER Jeff Hurd was named interim commissioner of the WAC on March 9, 2012. He has been associated with the conference for more than half of its existence as he joined the WAC staff in 1985 as the Director of Conference Relations. Prior to taking the reins of the 50-year-old conference, Hurd also served as associate commissioner, then as senior associate commissioner where he oversaw communications, television operations and the basketball tournament. He was also responsible for team sport scheduling and was the administrator for football, men’s basketball and baseball. Hurd is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and began his professional career as the Sports Editor of the Hannibal (Missouri) Courier-Post. He also worked for the Tulsa Tribune, was the Sports Information Director at the University of Tulsa and the Director of Public Relations for the Missouri Valley Conference prior to joining the WAC. A native of Minot, North Dakota, Hurd and his wife, Cheri, reside in Centennial, Colo., and are the parents of four children: Shannon, Michael, Kristen and Kevin.


WAC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ASSISTS

## Player-Team Cl 1. McKines, Wendell-NMSU SR 2. Olekaibe, Kevin-FS SO 3. Medlin, Preston-USU SO 4. Kinney, James-SJSU JR 5. Burton, Deonte-NEV SO 6. Joaquim, Vander-UH JR 7. Story, Malik-NEV JR 8. Johnson, Zane-UH SR 9. Appleby, Raheem-LTU FR 10. Czyz, Olek-NEV SR 11. Thomas, Joston-UH JR 12. Carter, Wil-SJSU SR 13. Shamburger, Keith-SJSU SO 14. Geiger, Deremy-UI SR Barone, Kyle-UI JR

G FG 35 233 33 189 37 204 31 170 35 147 32 172 35 166 29 125 32 173 35 180 32 166 31 155 30 114 33 131 33 159

Pts Avg/G 653 18/7 588 17.8 628 17.0 490 15.8 517 14.8 458 14.3 495 14.1 406 14.0 446 13.9 484 13.8 437 13.7 409 13.2 394 13.1 426 12.9 426 12.9

REBOUNDING ## Player-Team 1. McKines, Wendell-NMSU 2. Hunt, Dario-NEV 3. Joaquim, Vander-UH 4. Carter, Wil-SJSU 5. Barone, Kyle-UI 6. Czyz, Olek-NEV 7. Grim, Morgan-USU 8. Rahman, Hamidu-NMSU 9. Madison, Stephen-UI Brown, Jerry-FS 11. Foster, Kevin-FS 12. Thomas, Joston-UH 13. Bandoumel, Djim-UI 14. Reed, Kyisean-USU 15. Evans, Jerry, Jr.-NEV

Cl SR SO SR SR SR SO FR SR SO JR JR SO FR FR SR

G Assists Avg/G 25 175 7.0 30 155 5.2 33 166 5.0 33 155 4.7 37 159 4.3 35 148 4.2 34 142 4.2 36 136 3.8 37 124 3.4 36 113 3.1 31 85 2.7 33 81 2.5 31 73 2.4 31 73 2.4 33 77 2.3

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) Cl SR SR JR SR JR SR SR SR SO SO JR JR SR JR SO

G 35 35 32 31 33 35 37 36 33 33 33 32 32 36 35

OFF DEF TOT Avg/G 119 255 374 10.7 130 208 338 9.7 100 204 304 9.5 95 173 268 8.6 69 195 264 8.0 76 151 227 6.5 74 151 225 6.1 99 110 209 5.8 54 126 180 5.5 72 108 180 5.5 60 118 178 5.4 52 118 170 5.3 49 116 165 5.2 65 117 182 5.1 58 106 164 4.7

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game) ## Player-Team 1. Reed, Kyisean-USU 2. Rahman, Hamidu-NMSU 3. Grim, Morgan-USU 4. Joaquim, Vander-UH 5. Barone, Kyle-UI 6. Czyz, Olek-NEV 7. Thomas, Joston-UH 8. Bandoumel, Djim-UI 9. Carter, Wil-SJSU 10. Medlin, Preston-USU 11. Brereton, Hanns-UH 12. Hunt, Dario-NEV 13. Mullings, Daniel-NMSU 14. Appleby, Raheem-LTU 15. Geiger, Deremy-UI

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game)

## Player-Team 1. Ostrowski, Jeremiah-UH 2. Shamburger, Keith-SJSU 3. Shepp, Steven-FS 4. Tatum, Landon-UI 5. Pane, Brockeith-USU 6. Burton, Deonte-NEV Smith, Kenneth-LTU 8. Laroche, Hernst-NMSU 9. Medlin, Preston-USU 10. Watson, Tyrone-NMSU 11. Kinney, James-SJSU 12. Johnson, Tyler-FS 13. Berger, Danny-USU Brown, D.J.-SJSU 15. Geiger, Deremy-UI

Cl JR SR SR JR JR SR JR SR SR SO JR SR FR FR SR

G 36 36 37 32 33 35 32 32 31 37 32 35 36 32 33

FG 135 126 125 172 159 180 166 107 155 204 97 142 128 173 131

FGA 220 210 220 307 290 333 315 204 303 411 196 287 262 368 283

## Player-Team 1. Kinney, James-SJSU 2. Wills, Jonathan-FS 3. Johnson, Zane-UH 4. Medlin, Preston-USU 5. Olekaibe, Kevin-FS Burton, Deonte-NEV 7. Pane, Brockeith-USU 8. Stokes, Shaquille-UH 9. Shamburger, Keith-SJSU 10. Geiger, Deremy-UI 11. Brown, D.J.-SJSU 12. McKines, Wendell-NMSU 13. Gaskins, Trevor-LTU 14. Carter, Wil-SJSU 15. Nephawe, Tshili.-NMSU

Cl JR SR SR SO SO SO SR FR SO SR FR SR SR SR SO

G FTM 31 64 33 96 29 74 37 125 33 118 35 165 37 108 30 62 30 115 33 77 31 63 35 136 33 69 31 98 36 85

FTA 75 113 88 156 148 207 139 80 149 100 82 179 91 131 114

## Player-Team 1. Laroche, Hernst-NMSU 2. Mullings, Daniel-NMSU 3. Shepp, Steven-FS 4. Olekaibe, Kevin-FS Johnson, Tyler-FS Shamburger, Keith-SJSU Kinney, James-SJSU 8. Smith-Kenneth-LTU 9. Appleby, Raheem-LTU Gaskins, Trevor-LTU Burton, Deonte-NEV Ostrowski, Jeremiah-UH Brown, Jerry-FS 14. McNeail, Kenyon-LTU 15. Watson, Tyrone-NMSU

Cl SR SO JR SR FR JR 30 SR SO SO FR SR SR SO SO

G 3FG FGA 33 87 198 37 95 222 35 94 226 36 46 114 32 40 100 31 86 216 47 122 .385 33 57 148 33 47 124 35 58 156 31 36 98 29 82 227 35 51 145 34 58 168 34 41 120

Pct .439 .428 .416 .404 .400 .398 .385 .379 .372 .367 .361 .352 .345 .342

3-POINT FG MADE Pct .853 .850 .841 .801 .797 .797 .777 .775 .772 .770 .768 .760 .758 .748 .746

STEALS Pct .614 .600 .568 .560 .548 .541 .527 .525 .512 .496 .495 .495 .489 .470 .463

## Player-Team 1. Geiger, Deremy-UI 2. Medlin, Preston-USU 3. Story, Malik-NEV 4. Laroche, Hernst-NMSU 5. Appleby, Raheem-LTU 6. Kinney, James-SJSU 7. Hill, Connor-UI FR Gaskins, Trevor-LTU 9. Madison, Stephen-UI 10. Burton, Deonte-NEV 11. Berger, Danny-USU 12. Johnson, Zane-UH 13. McKines, Wen.-NMSU 14. Johnson, Cordar.-LTU 15. McNeail, Kenyon-LTU

## Player-Team 1. Johnson, Zane-UH Olekaibe, Kevin-FS Kinney, James-SJSU 4. Story, Malik-NEV 5. Geiger, Deremy-UI Medlin, Preston-USU 7. Gaskins, Trevor-LTU Johnson, Cordar.-LTU Shamburger, Keith-SJSU Burton, Deonte-NEV 11. Hill, Connor-UI 12. McKines, Wen.-NMSU 13. Madison, Stephen-UI 14. Douglas, Calvin-SJSU Laroche, Hernst-NMSU

Cl SR SO JR JR SR SO SR SO SO SO FR SR SO SR SR

G 29 33 31 35 33 37 33 34 30 35 30 35 33 30 36

3FG 82 92 86 94 87 95 57 58 51 58 47 51 47 39 46

Avg/G 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.6 2.6 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.3

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BLOCKED SHOTS Cl SR FR SR SO SO SO JR FR FR SR SO SR SO SO JR

G Steals 36 64 36 58 33 47 33 44 33 44 30 40 31 40 34 42 32 35 33 36 35 38 25 27 33 35 34 33 36 34

Avg/G 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.0 0.9

## Player-Team 1. Hunt, Dario-NEV 2. Kyser, Michale-LTU Joaquim, Vander-UH 4. Barone, Kyle-UI Bandoumel, Djim-UI 6. Reed, Kyisean-USU Rahman, Hamidu-NMSU 8. Nephawe, Tshili.-NMSU Grim, Morgan-USU 10. Brown, Jerry-FS Foster, Kevin-FS 12. Sy, Bandja-NMSU 13. Evans, Jerry, Jr.-NEV Mullings, Daniel-NMSU Clifford, Ben-USU

Cl SR FR JR JR SR JR SR SO SR SO JR JR SO FR FR

G Blocks Avg/G 35 83 2.4 33 60 1.8 32 58 1.8 33 50 1.5 32 47 1.5 36 41 1.1 36 39 1.1 36 32 0.9 37 32 0.9 33 27 0.8 33 26 0.8 36 23 0.6 35 19 0.5 36 19 0.5 36 17 0.5

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(Min. 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team Cl G Asst Turn Ratio 1. Ostrowski, Jeremiah-UH SR 25 175 68 2.6 2. Shepp, Steven-FS SR 33 166 67 2.5 Shamburger, Keith-SJSU SO 30 155 63 2.5 4. Burton, Deonte-NEV SO 35 148 71 2.1 5. Tatum, Landon-UI SR 33 155 79 2.0 6. Smith, Kenneth-LTU FR 34 142 82 1.7 Medlin, Preston-USU SO 37 124 73 1.7 Laroche, Hernst-NMSU SR 36 136 81 1.7 9. Pane, Brockeith-USU SR 37 159 107 1.5 10. Watson, Tyrone-NMSU JR 36 113 78 1.4

## Player-Team 1. Hunt, Dario-NEV 2. McKines, Wend.-NMSU 3. Joaquim, Vander-UH Carter, Wil-SJSU 5. Rahman, Hami.-NMSU 6. Brown, Jerry-FS Czyz, Olek-NEV 8. Barone, Kyle-UI 9. Grim, Morgan-USU 10. Foster, Kevin-FS

G 35 35 32 31 36 33 35 33 37 33

MINUTES PLAYED No. 130 119 100 95 99 72 76 69 74 60

Avg/G 3.7 3.4 3.1 3.1 2.8 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.8

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Player-Team 1. McKines, Wendell-NMSU 2. Joaquim, Vander-UH 3. Hunt, Dario-NEV Barone, Kyle-UI 5. Carter, Wil-SJSU 6. Czyz, Olek-NEV Medlin, Preston-USU 8. Grim, Morgan-USU 9. Madison, Stephen-UI 10. Thomas, Joston-UH

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Cl SR SR JR SR SR SO SR JR SR JR

Cl SR JR SR JR SR SR SO SR SO JR

G 35 32 35 33 31 35 37 37 33 32

No. Avg/G 255 7.3 204 6.4 208 5.9 195 5.9 173 5.6 151 4.3 159 4.3 151 4.1 126 3.8 118 3.7

## Player-Team 1. Shepp, Steven-FS 2. Olekaibe, Kevin-FS 3. Shamburger, Kei.-SJSU Medlin, Preston-USU 5. Johnson, Zane-UH 6. McKines, Wend.-NMSU 7. Laroche, Hernst-NMSU 8. Burton, Deonte-NEV 9. Barone, Kyle-UI 10. Hunt, Dario-NEV

Cl SR SO SO SO SR SR SR SO JR SR

G Minutes Avg/G 33 1207 36.6 33 1205 36.5 30 1056 35.2 37 1302 35.2 29 994 34.3 35 1179 33.7 36 1208 33.6 35 1152 32.9 33 1082 32.8 35 1140 32.6


2011-12 STATISTICS

Louisiana Tech Basketball Louisiana Tech Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games

Overall record: 18-16 Conf: 6-8 Home: 11-4 Away: 4-10 Neutral: 3-2 Player

gp-gs

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

01 02 03 04 05 10 11 15 20 21 24 25 33 45

Kyser, Michale Gibson, Brandon Appleby, Raheem Smith, Kenneth Gaskins, Trevor Massey, Isaiah Gjuroski, Stojan Johnson, Cordarius Smith, Lonnie McNeail, Kenyon Carr, Alex Lewis, JL Price, Robby Souza, Romario Team Total.......... Opponents......

33-2 34-24 32-22 34-13 33-22 5-2 8-0 34-20 16-1 34-25 16-0 33-16 4-0 34-23

445 720 892 878 996 64 32 774 150 740 101 529 5 574

23-46 56-92 60-84 31-48 69-91 7-10 0-0 35-57 4-7 37-60 0-0 18-34 0-0 62-91

34 34

6900 6900

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods Louisiana Tech Opponents

13.5 21.2 27.9 25.8 30.2 12.8 4.0 22.8 9.4 21.8 6.3 16.0 1.3 16.9

50-108 88-253 173-368 38-118 133-309 8-18 2-10 117-288 16-54 77-204 5-26 47-97 1-2 94-157

35 43 31 37 32 6 3 28 10 12 3 42 0 48 66 849-2012 .422 258-777 .332 402-620 .648 396 828-1864 .444 171-525 .326 528-780 .677 393

LATECH 2358 69.4 +0.1 849-2012 .422 258-777 .332 7.6 402-620 .648 11.8 1173 34.5 -2.6 441 13.0 442 13.0 +2.1 1.0 230 6.8 125 3.7 47477 15-3165 -

1st 2nd 1062 1256 1070 1241

OT OT2 32 8 37 7

.463 .348 .470 .322 .430 .444 .200 .406 .296 .377 .192 .485 .500 .599

OPP 2355 69.3 828-1864 .444 171-525 .326 5.0 528-780 .677 15.5 1261 37.1 400 11.8 512 15.1 0.8 192 5.6 110 3.2 72956 14-4697 5-1440 Totals 2358 2355

0-1 30-122 40-100 15-50 57-148 0-1 0-6 58-168 10-35 41-120 4-20 3-6 0-0 0-0

.000 .246 .400 .300 .385 .000 .000 .345 .286 .342 .200 .500 .000 .000

* * * * * * * * * *

* * * *

Date 11/13/11 11-19-11 11/25/11 11/26/11 11/27/11 11/30/11 12/03/11 12/06/11 12/10/11 12/14/11 12/17/11 12/20/11 12-22-11 12/29/11 12/31/11 1/7/12 01/12/12 1/14/12 01/19/12 1/21/12 01/26/12 1/28/12 2/4/12 02/09/12 02/11/12 02/16/12 02/18/12 02/23/12 2/25/12 03/01/12 03/03/12 3/8/12 3/9/12 3/10/12

.500 .609 .714 .646 .758 .700 .000 .614 .571 .617 .000 .529 .000 .681

off

Rebounds def tot avg

52 113 47 85 92 6 4 101 20 60 5 67 0 58 67 777 868

87 156 78 122 124 12 7 129 30 72 8 109 0 106 133 1173 1261

pf dq

2.6 60 4.6 103 2.4 46 3.6 73 3.8 84 2.4 12 0.9 1 3.8 54 1.9 17 2.1 54 0.5 13 3.3 74 0.0 2 3.1 84

a

to blk stl

13 43 44 82 66 6 5 53 10 55 2 22 0 33 8 34.5 677 14 441 442 37.1 591 - 400 512

Opponent MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE at UT Arlington vs Md. Eastern Shore vs Portland State at Wyoming at Southeastern La. at ULM NORTHWESTERN STATE at Southern Miss MCNEESE STATE UALR NORTHEASTERN at Arkansas SPRING HILL at SMU NEW MEXICO STATE IDAHO UTAH STATE at Hawai`i at San Jose State FRESNO STATE NEVADA at New Mexico State at Utah State at Idaho NORTH DAKOTA CENTRAL ARKANSAS SAN JOSE STATE HAWAI`I at Fresno State at Nevada vs Utah State vs Nevada vs New Mexico State

1 8 4 39 2 37 0 142 1 71 0 2 0 2 2 33 1 6 0 74 0 1 1 10 0 0 2 16

W L W L L Lot W Wo2 L W W W L W L L Lot L W W W L L L L W W W W W L W W L

pts

avg

123 262 446 122 392 23 4 327 46 232 14 115 2 250

3.7 7.7 13.9 3.6 11.9 4.6 0.5 9.6 2.9 6.8 0.9 3.5 0.5 7.4

125 230 2358 110 192 2355

69.4 69.3

60 15 2 5 0 4 0 6 0 3 3 15 0 12

13 27 35 42 36 1 1 18 5 33 3 6 0 10

Score 92-70 61-68 73-54 48-66 58-73 69-72 73-71 94-93 62-78 60-58 71-68 56-53 63-77 69-41 65-73 73-83 88-90 65-69 74-70 71-67 59-58 63-65 72-83 63-77 64-73 58-53 84-62 75-49 84-67 75-70 69-79 72-70 78-73 57-82

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Game 1 Louisiana Tech 72, Mississippi College 70 11/13/11, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. -- Senior Trevor Gaskins (Alpharetta, Ga.) scored 17 points and sophomore Cordarius Johnson (Coushatta, La.) added 16 points to lead Louisiana Tech to a 92-70 wn over Mississippi College in the season opener for the Bulldogs Sunday afternoon at the Thomas Assembly Center. The victory opened the Michael White era at Tech as the first year head coach saw his team shoot 47 percent (37-78) from the field in the game, including an impressive 55 percent (21-38) in a second half where the Bulldogs pulled away for the win. “We shot the ball a lot better than we did in the exhibition,” said White. “I liked the production from our wings along with what we received from our front court.” Sophomore Lonnie Smith (Birmingham, Ala.) added 13 points while junior J.L. Lewis (Gonzales, La.) chipped in with 10 points and a career-high four assists as Tech shot 12-of-34 from the three-point line and outrebounded Mississippi College 50-37. As a team, Tech was credited with assists on 23 of their 37 field goals with freshman Kenneth Smith (St. Petersburg, Fla.) leading the way with a game-best eight assists. “I didn’t think we would shoot as many threes as we did but we shot them a lot better,” said White. “We were aggressive on the offensive glass and I thought [Kenneth] ‘Speedy’’ Smith was very good in transition getting guys shots.” Both teams battled for the first 12 minutes of the game with the Choctaws taking their largest lead, 9-7, at the 14:58 mark. The Bulldogs took a 16-11 advantage after getting five quick points from sophomore Kenyon McNeail (Conway, Ark.) with a three-point basket and a layup after a steal by Lonnie Smith on the inbounds pass. Mississippi College went on a 8-2 run to take a 19-18 lead after Marlon Easter hit a three-pointer with 8:22 remaining in the half. Gaskins countered with a three-pointer of his own on the next possession to give Tech the lead for good but not before the Choctaws fought to keep the score close. The Bulldogs held a slim 28-27 lead with 4:58 to play in the first half before the Bulldogs used an 11-1 run over the next two-plus minutes to take its biggest lead of the opening stanza at 39-28 on a Gaskins three-pointer. Mississippi College scored the final five points of the half as Tech entered the locker room leading 39-33. Not wasting any time in the second half to pull away, Johnson’s three-pointer with 12:38 to play in the game upped Tech’s advantage to 66-45. The Choctaws would not get any closer than 19 points the rest of the way while Tech’s biggest lead came at 89-61 on another Johnson three-pointer with 3:08 left to play. Trevon Malone led Mississippi College with 17 points while Chad Jones added 16 points.

Game 2 UT Arlington 68, Louisiana Tech 61 11/19/11, Arlington, Texas

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Louisiana Tech men’s basketball team (1-1) fell 68-61 to future Western Athletic Conference foe Texas-Arlington (2-0) Saturday night at Texas Hall as senior guard Trevor Gaskins (Alpharetta, Ga.) led the Bulldogs with a game-high 22 points. “The guys fought and played hard tonight,” said head coach Michael White. ““This will be a game that we are going to learn a lot from when we look at the tape.” The Mavericks scored the first seven points of the game before a three-pointer by Gaskins at the 17:34 mark started a 21-1 Tech run. The Bulldogs jumped out to a nine-point advantage, 22-13, after sophomore Kenyon McNeail (Conway, Ark.) scored on a layup at the 8:10 mark of the first half after a steal. UTA was able to battle back to within one, 27-26, before layups from freshmen Michale Kyser (Lancaster, Texas) and Kenneth Smith (St. Petersburg, Fla.) put Tech up 31-26. A layup from the Mavericks with three seconds left in the half cut the Bulldogs lead to 31-28 at intermission. In the second half, Tech scored seven straight points behind two steals from junior forward J.L. Lewis (Gonzalez, La.) after going down 32-31 two minutes into the period. Tech would go up by six at the 12:12 mark, 46-40, on a jumper from Gaskins before UTA went on a 19-4 run over the next 7:07. After falling behind by seven, sophomore Lonnie Smith (Birmingham, Ala.) hit a three-pointer and Kyser tipped-in a missed Gaskins jumper to cut the deficit to 63-61 with 2:01 left in the game. That would be as close as the Bulldogs would get as the Mavericks scored the final five points of the contest. Tech was outshot 42-9 from the free throw line with 34 fouls called against the Bulldogs compared to 16 on the Mavericks. Along with Gaskins 22 points, sophomore Cordarius Johnson (Coushatta, La.) also scored in double-figures with 11. Gaskins also paced the Bulldogs with seven rebounds as Kyser blocked five shots. For UTA, Kevin Butler scored 17 points and Bo Ingram added 11 while Jordan Reves grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds.

Game 3 Louisiana Tech 73, MD Eastern Shore 54 11/25/11, Laramie, Wyo. LARAMIE, Wyo. -- Behind 14 second-half points from senior guard Trevor Gaskins, the Louisiana Tech men’s basketball team (2-1) defeated Maryland Eastern Shore (1-5) 73-54 in the first game of the Jim Thorpe Classic Friday afternoon Arena-Auditorium in Laramie, Wyo. as five Bulldogs scored in double-figures. “We played our best 20 minutes of the season in the second half tonight,” said head coach Michael White.

Gaskins led Tech in scoring with 15 while junior forward J.L. Lewis added a career-high 13. Senior Romario Souza added 11 in his first start of the season. “Romario is a great story as he earned a starting position after spending three months in Brazil this past summer and coming back overweight,” said White. Sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson and freshman forward Michale Ksyer added 12 and 10 points, respectively. The game began with the Bulldogs up 1-0 after a free throw from Gaskins when a technical foul was accessed on the Hawks for getting starters in late. Tech ran out to a 19-12 lead after a dunk from Kyser and behind five points from Souza and four points from Johnson. UMES went on a 7-0 run over the next 1:35 to tie the game at 19-19 before a free throw from Lewis broke the tie. After a jumper from Kyser gave Tech a 27-21 lead at the 3:53 mark, the Bulldogs were outscored 10-2 the rest of the period as Tech trailed 31-29 at halftime. The second half began with stifling defense from the Bulldogs as they held the Hawks without a field goal for the first 8:32. During that time Tech wen up 43-35 on a 14-4 run with Gaskins scoring six. UMES came back to cut the Bulldogs advantage to seven, 58-51, with 5:45 left in the second half. That was as close as the Hawks would get as Tech ended the game on a 15-3 run. The Bulldogs shot 25-56 (46.4%) for the game including 17-29 (58.6%) in the second half while UEMS was held to 18-47 (38.3%) from the field and 8-27 (29.6%) during the second half. Tech went 14-24 from the free throw line with the 24 attempts more than doubling the team’s total entering the contest.

Game 4 Portland State 66, Louisiana Tech 48 11/26/11, Laramie, Wyo.

LARAMIE, Wyo. -- The Louisiana Tech men’s basketball team (2-2) fell to Portland State (3-2) 66-48 at the Jim Thorpe Classic in Laramie, Wyo. as freshman forward Michale Kyser scored 10 points and blocked two shots. “Our effort from the jump was tremendous as we guarded well, got rebounds and stops on the defensive end,” said head coach Michael White. “Then we missed some easy shots and Portland State got on a run.” After the Vikings tied the game at the 15:38 mark 6-6, Tech went on a 13-3 run over the next 9:48 as senior guard Trevor Gaskins and sophoore guard Cordarius Johnson scored five and four points, respectively. During the run, the Bulldogs held the Vikings to 1-of-14 shooting from the field. The first half ended with Tech down 23-20 after Portland State went on a 14-1 run over the final 7:02 of the period. After cutting the Vikings lead to 33-31 on a jumper from freshman forward Isaiah Massey with 15:13 left in the second half, Portland State went on an 11-0 run over the next 4:23 to take a 13 point advantage. The Bulldogs would get as close as seven, 44-37, at the 9:20 mark after a layup from Kyser, but Tech was unable to get shots to fall when needed.


Trevor Gaskins

- co-LSWA Player of the Week (Feb. 27) - All-WAC Defensive Team (March 5) - All-WAC Honorable Mention Team (March 5) - All-WAC Tournament Team (March 11)

Raheem Appleby

- co-LSWA Player of the Week (Feb. 6) - LSWA 2nd Team - All-WAC 2nd Team (March 5) - WAC Freshman of the Year - All-WAC Newcomer Team - All-WAC Tournament Team (March 11) - Collegesportsmadness.com WAC Freshman of the year - Roundballdaily.com WAC Player of the Year

Game 5 Wyoming 73, Louisiana Tech 58 11/27/11, Laramie, Wyo. LARAMIE, Wyo. -- The Louisiana Tech men’s basketball team (2-3) dropped the last game of the Jim Thorpe Classic to host-school Wyoming (6-1) 73-58 Sunday night at Arena-Auditorium as sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson scored 16 points, 12 of them in the second half. After the Bulldogs tied the game at 6-6 at the 16:27 mark of the first half on a three pointer by sophomore Kenyon McNeail, the Cowboys went on a 12-2 run over the next 6:10 to take an 18-8 advantage. The run was ended on a three-point play from senior guard Trevor Gaskins. Down 27-16 with 4:43 remaining in the period, the next 3:33 saw Tech go on a 7-2 run to cut the deficit to six as senior forward Romario Souza scored four points on a jumper and two free throws. In the second half, the Bulldogs cut Wyoming’s lead to 10 at the 12:06 mark, 46-36, after a three-point basket from McNeail that was followed by a monstrous dunk from freshman forward Isaiah Massey. The 10-point advantage was as close as Tech would get the rest of the way was the Cowboys shot just under 52 percent from the field and were a perfect 13-13 from the free throw line in the second period. For the game, Tech shot 37 percent (19-51) from the field and 39 percent (7-18) from behind the arc. They improved greatly at the free throw line shooting 13-of-17 (76.5%), including a 6-of-7 performance from Souza. McNeail scored 13 while Souza added 10 points and shared the team-high of five rebounds with Johnson. Freshman guard Kenneth Smith had a game-high four assists. Freshman forward Michael Kyser was named to the all-tournament team for his back-to-back 10-point performances in the first two games of the classic. For Wyoming, Luke Martinez scored 20 points while Francisco Cruz and Adam Waddell added 18 and 11, respectively. Larry Nance Jr. had a game-best nine rebounds. As a team the Cowboys shot 48 percent (21-44) from the field including 50 percent (11-22) on threepointers. From the free throw line, Wyoming missed only one shot as they went 20-21.

Game 6 Southeastern Louisiana 72, Louisiana Tech 69OT 11/30/11, Hammond, La. HAMMOND, La. -- A three-pointer from sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson hit off the front of the rim as the Louisiana Tech men’s basketball team (2-4) fell 72-69 in overtime to intrastate rival Southeastern Louisiana (4-2) at the University Center as junior forward J.L. Lewis recorded his first career double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds, both career-highs. “Southeastern Louisiana is a tough team to play at home and this would have been a great win for us,” said head coach Michael White. “We challenged our guys in the locker room to step up to the challenge and while they didn’t in the first half, they fought to the death for the last 20 minutes.” “J.L. is a soldier who works hard every day and is a great kid. While he is not the most talented guy on the floor, he is a workhorse who keeps getting better every game,” White said. This was the first overtime game for the Bulldogs since Dec. 12, 2009 at Centenary. After sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail tied the game at 6-6 with a three-pointer at the 17:45 mark in the first half, SLU went on a 17-5 run over the next 10 minutes to that was ended by two free throws from senior guard Trevor Gaskins. The Bulldogs turned up the defensive pressure as they cut the deficit from 11 to five at halftime, 30-25, in the final 7:45. During that time, Tech held the Lions to 2-of-12 shooting from the field including 0-for-4 from beyond the arc. After a steal and layup by Lewis to cut the deficit to three, 30-27, in the first 18 seconds of the second half, SLU held the Bulldogs scoreless for the next 4:57 to put Tech at a 42-27 disadvantage. Down 47-35 with 11:05 left in the game, the Bulldogs went on a 9-0 run with freshman Kenneth Smith scoring five points, three of them from the free throw line. After falling behind 56-49 with 5:41 left in the half, the Bulldogs outscored the Lions 10-2 behind a pressing defense that was capped off by two free throws from McNeail with 1:45 remaining in the period for a 59-58 advantage, Tech’s first since leading 3-2 at the 18:49 mark of the first half. On the final possession of regulation, the Bulldogs were called for a defensive foul that sent the Lions to the line for a chance to win the game. The SLU player that was fouled was also injured on the play and was unable to take the shots. The Tech coaches selected DeShawn Stevenson to take the free throws, making the first but missing the second to send the game to overtime tied 59-59. In the extra period, the Bulldogs were able to tie the contest up twice but were unable to take the lead as SLU would jump out to a 69-64 lead with 39 seconds remaining. A tip-in by sophomore guard Johnson cut the Lions lead to three with 18 seconds left. The deficit for the Bulldogs increased to five again after two free throws from the Lions. Gaskins cut the score to 71-68 with 5.5 seconds left on the clock on a layup. Antonio Benton of SLU made the second of his two free throws to put the Lions up four, but Smith was fouled on a three-point attempt on the other end of the court to have a chance to cut the lead to one.

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Along with Kyser’s 10 points, junior forward J.L. Lewis added eight points for the Bulldogs. “Michale put up great numbers in only 19 minutes of action,” said White. “He is as talented as any guy we have in the program and is developing into a player that will play over 30 minutesa game this season. Gaskins grabbed eight rebounds and senior forward Romario Souza and Johnson had six boards apiece. Tech shot 26 percent from the field (19-74) while the Vikings shot 37 percent (20-54). On the boards, the Bulldogs grabbed 21 offensive rebounds compared to only nine for the Vikings. Charles Odum scored a game-high 27 points for Portland State and Charles Tapscott had a double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds.

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After making one of his first two attempts, Smith purposely missed his third free throw attempt and the ball went out-of-bounds off a Lions player with 0.4 left on the clock. The attempt at the buzzer by Johnson hit off the front of the rim to end the game. “The team continued to fight the whole game,” said White. “In the second half we let them loose and were a lot better offensively. We had tremendous effort from our guys but it was just not enough tonight.” McNeail was the only other Bulldog to score in double-figures with a season-high 17. Gaskins and Smith had a team-best three assists apiece while freshman forward Michale Kyser blocked three shots on the night. As a team, Tech shot 41 precent from the field making 23 shots on 56 attempts and went 18-29 from the free throw line (62.1%). The Lions were led by Brandon Fortenberry with 20 points and a game-high seven assists. Roosevelt Johnson added 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds while DeShawn Patterson scored 11 points. SLU shot 25-for-58 (44.8%) for the game while going 6-of-13 (46.2%) from behind the arc. At the free throw line, the Lions made 14 of 27 attempts (51.9%)

Game 7 Louisiana Tech 73, UL-Monroe 71 12/3/11, Monroe, La. MONROE, La. -- The Louisiana Tech men’s basketball team (3-4) escaped with a 73-71 victory over I-20 foe Louisiana Monroe (1-7) in front of a crowd of 2,013 as a half-court shot from the Warhawks hit off the back of the rim at the buzzer as freshman guard Raheem Appleby scored a game-high 19 points for the Bulldogs. The victory extended Tech’s winning streak over the Warhawks to four straight with the two-point margin of victory being the closest in the series since a 63-61 Bulldog victory on Jan. 10, 1986. In the first half neither team could take a lead larger than three for the first 10 minutes until Tech went ona 10-0 run for the next 2:39 started by Appleby with five straight points. The Warhawks responded with a 6-0 run of their own to cut the Bulldog’s lead to 25-21 before a tip-in from junior forward J.L. Lewis ended Tech’s scoreless streak. The Bulldogs were able to stretch their lead to nine, 32-23, with 4:09 left in the period after two free throws from junior guard Brandon Gibson. Tech was held scoreless the rest of the half as ULM cut the Bulldog’s advantage to 32-29 after the first 20 minutes of action. The second half saw Tech’s lead shrink to 36-35 at the 17:25 mark before the Bulldogs went on a 8-2 run over the next 3:27 with four points coming from senior forward Romario Souza. The Warhawks came back to take the lead 45-44 with 11 minutes remaining in the period before a hookshot by freshman forward Michale Kyser and a jumper from Appleby in a 20 second span gave Tech a three point advantage. A jumper from sophomore Cordarius Johnson stretched the Bulldog lead to five before ULM fought back to take a 57-56 advantage wth 4:11 left to play. Tech responded with a 9-0 run over the next 1:56 to take a 65-57 lead with six points coming from Johnson on two three-pointers. With the Bulldogs up by six with just over 30 sec-

onds left on the clock, ULM scored five of the final six points of the game as Marcelis Hansberry’s half-court shot at the buzzer hit off the ri to give Tech the victory. Johnson and Lewis added 14 and 10 points, respectively, while senior guard Trevor Gaskins and sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail had four assists apiece. Gaskins, Lewis, McNeail and Souza led Tech with four rebounds apiece. For the game the Bulldogs went 26-of-61 (42.6%) including 15-of-29 (51.7%) in the second half and went 13-for-18 (72.2%) from the free throw line. The Warhawks were led by Fred Brown with 17 points while Charles Winborne and Christian Bibi Ndongo added 15 and 10, respectively. Fabio Ribeiro had a game-high eight boards while Winborne dished out a game-best five assists. ULM shot 40 percent (23-57) from the field including 35 percent (6-17) from behind the arc. At the free throw line, the Warhawks made 19-of-23 attempts.

Game 8 Louisiana Tech 94, Northwestern State 932OT 12/6/11, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Freshman guard Raheem Appleby nailed a three-pointer at the buzzer in the second overtime to give the Louisiana Tech men’s basketball team (4-4) a 94-93 victory over intrastate rival Northwestern State (4-5) Tuesday night at the Thomas Assembly Center. “This was a very entertaining game to watch from a fans’ stand point but a very hard contest to coach for Mike McConathy and myself,” said head coach Michael White. “Neither team was able to get into a defensive rhythm but both were unbelievable from three-point range.” This was the 12th double overtime contest in Tech history and first since Dec. 12, 2009 at Centenary (W, 102-96). The Bulldogs began the game with an early 2-0 lead after a layup from sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson. For the next 3:00, the Demons went on an 11-0 run before a layup from junior forward J.L. Lewis ended Tech’s scoreless streak. A layup from senior forward Romario Souza put the Bulldogs up 19-18 with 8:21 left in the first half be-

No. Name 1 Michale Kyser 2 Brandon Gibson 3 Raheem Appleby 4 Kenneth Smith 5 Trevor Gaskins 10 Isaiah Massey 11 Stojan Gjuroski 15 Cordarius Johnson 20 Lonnie Smith 21 Kenyon McNeaill 24 Alex Carr 25 J.L. Lewis 33 Robby Price 45 Romario Souza

fore NSU took the lead back the rest of the period, going up by as many as nine, 30-21, with 5:38 left. Tech went into halftime down 40-32 after a tip-in from the Demons with 13 seconds left in the half. The second half started with NSU taking their biggest lead of the game 43-32 after a three-pointer at the 19:48 mark on the opening possession. Freshman forward Michale Kyser put the Bulldogs up 55-54 for their first lead of the half with 13:03 remaining. The Demons responded with an 11-3 run over the next 2:37 to go up by seven. Fighting back, Tech took their largest lead of regulation at the 4:42 mark as senior guard Trevor Gaskins hit a three-pointer for a 73-70 advantage. After falling behind by one with 2:07 left, Johnson hit a three-point basket to put Tech up 76-74 on the next possession. NSU tied the game up with 22 seconds remaining after going 1-for-2 from the free throw line. Gaskins had an opportunity to win the game in regulation but his floater in the lane was off the mark as the contest went to overtime. The Bulldogs took their biggest lead of the game, 80-76, after freshman guard Kenneth Smith and Johnson both made two free throws in the first minute of action. After the Demons took a two point advantage with 45 seconds remaining in the first overtime, Gaskins hit a three-pointer and Appleby made a free throw to put Tech up by two, 86-84. A layup from NSU tied the game back up at 86-86 with seven seconds left in the period. Smith was able to get an offensive rebound off a missed three-pointer from Appleby but was unable to get his shot off in time as the buzzer sounded to send the game to a second overtime. The Demons took control of the second extra period, going up by four with 55 seconds left on a layup. Johnson responded with a layup of his own on Tech’s next possession to cut the deficit to 93-91. Two missed free throws from NSU with 13 second remaining gave the Bulldogs one last chance as Souza missed a layup with just over three seconds left on the clock. The ball was tipped around and knocked out by Souza to Appleby, who hit the game-winning shot with no time remaining on the clock for the win. Johnson led the Bulldogs with a career-high 23 points, going 4-for-8 from three-point range as five Tech players reached double-digits. Gaskins added 19 points while shooting 5-for-8 from beyond the arc while Appleby made three of

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Game 9 Southern Miss 78, Louisiana Tech 62 12/10/11, Hattiesburg, Miss. HATTIESBURG, Miss. - The Louisiana Tech men’s basketball team fell to a hot-shooting Southern Miss squad 78-62 Saturday night in front of 2,714 fans at Reed Green Coliseum as senior guard Trevor Gaskins scored 15 points to pace the Bulldogs. “We faced a high-level team that was firing on all cylinders tonight,” said head coach Michael White. “On the interior, Southern Miss was really good offensively and showed a lot of athleticism on the defensive side of the ball.” Tech took an early 4-2 advantage on a layup from freshman guard Raheem Appleby that resulted in the Golden Eagles calling a timeout. Afterwards, USM went on a 7-0 run over the next 2:37 to put Tech down 9-4. Three-point baskets from sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson and Gaskins the next 1:25 of action gave the Bulldogs a 10-9 advantage with 13:30 left in the first half. The Golden Eagles came back with another run, 14-4, over the next 5:57 as Tech fell behind 25-13. Two three-point baskets from Johnson in the final minute of the half cut the Bulldogs deficit to 42-29 entering halftime. “We played hard but dug ourselves a hole in the first half because of our carelessness with the ball,” White said. “We had guys that were trying to push a little too much to make something out of nothing.” In the second half Tech was able to cut the Golden

Eagles lead to 10, 51-41 on a three-pointer from Gaskins with 14:17 remaining in the game. USM then went on a 12-2 run over the next 3:55 to put the Bulldogs down by 20. After the Golden Eagles took a 21-point advantage at the 6:13 mark, Tech responded with a 6-0 run over the next 2:32 to cut the deficit to 71-56 behind four points from junior forward J.L. Lewis. The teams traded baskets and free throws the rest of the way as the game ended in USM’s favor. Along with Gaskins’ 15, Johnson and sophomore guard Lonnie Smith added 11 and 10 points, respectively, off the bench. Lewis had a game-high eight rebounds while freshman guard Kenneth Smith had game-best five assists. Freshman forward Michale Kyser blocked three shots on the night. As a team Tech shot 38 percent (21-55) from the field including 9-of-24 (37.5%) from beyond the arc. At the free throw line, the team went 11-for-15 (73.3%). The Golden Eagles had four players scoring in double-figures led by Maurice Bolden’s 17. Jonathan Mills added 16 while Angelo Johnson and Torye Pelham scored 13 and 10 points, respectively. Bolden also had a game-high four blocks and a team-best seven rebounds. USM went 29-for-57 (50.9%) from the field and shot 83 percent (15-18) at the free throw line.

Game 10 Louisiana Tech 60, McNeese State 58 12/14/11, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson scored 19 points as Louisiana Tech (5-5) survived a late rally from McNeese State (4-5) on Wednesday night 60-58 in front of 2,426 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center. “At the end of the game we started playing not to lose and became timid with the basketball,” said head coach Michael White. “Guys were running from the ball instead of embracing the situation that we were in.” Both teams traded baskets early in the first half before the Bulldogs took a five point lead, 14-9, at the 13:41 mark on a three-pointer from Johnson. The Cowboys came back to take a 20-19 advantage after two free throws from Patrick Richard with 7:28 remaining in the period. Both teams kept it close for the next four minutes as the game was tied four times during that time. Tech was able to get some breathing room heading into halftime with a six-point lead, 34-28, after a threepoint basket from freshman guard Raheem Appleby with 38 seconds remaining. In the second half, the Bulldogs came out firing on all cylinders as they were able to push their advantage to 13 with 7:29 left after a fast break layup from freshman guard Kenneth Smith that began with a steal by Appleby. McNeese State then made a furious comeback as they outscored Tech 15-4 the rest of the way. On the final possession of the game, senior guard Trevor Gaskins stripped the ball from Richard as he went up for a three-point attempt at the top of the arc with just three seconds left on the clock. Jeremie Mitchell was able to steal the ball back from Gaskins near half-court but his last-second attempt came after the clock hit zero. Johnson was the only Bulldog to score in double-

figures and has contributed at least 10 points in eight games this season. “Cordarius [Johnson] has worked hard on his own in the gym as much as anybody,” White said. “He is our best athlete and has pushed himself to limits that he has never before reached.” Sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail and Souza contributed eight points apiece while McNeail dished out a career-high nine assists. Junior forward J.L. Lewis blocked a career-best four shots and Gaskins led the squad with seven rebounds and two steals. The Bulldogs shot 43 percent from the field while they were credited with an assist on 18 of their 24 made field goals. For McNeese State, Richard recorded a doubledouble with 19 points and 11 rebounds while also having a team-best five assists. Adrian Fields also broke the double-digit mark in scoring with 12 points. As a team, the Cowboys were 19-of-55 on field goals including 3-for-14 from beyond the arc while at the free throw line they shot 74 percent, 17-of-23. With the victory, Tech has now won 21 straight games against non-conference opponents in the TAC, setting a new program record.

Game 11 Louisiana Tech 71, UALR 68 12/17/11, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Behind a career-high 26 and 18 points from freshmen guards Raheem Appleby and Kenneth Smith, respectively, Louisiana Tech (6-5) came back from 13 down in the second half to defeat Arkansas-Little Rock (3-9) 71-68 in front of 2,321 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center Saturday night. The Bulldogs took their only lead of the first half 3-2 at the 19:01 mark after a layup and made free throw from senior forward Romario Souza. Senior guard Trevor Gaskins was able to cut the UALR advantage to two, 10-8, after making a threepointer with 16:45 remaining in the period. The Trojans responded with an 8-0 run that was ended by Smith’s first career three-point basket at the 13:19 mark. The Trojans came back with another run, 16-4, run for 9:15 to take their largest lead of the game 34-19. Tech stepped up their defense as they held UALR scoreless over the final 3:31 of the first half while scoring the final six points of the period to go into halftime down 34-25. In the second half, the Bulldogs fell behind 56-43 with 10:57 left on the clock after a jumper from Chuck Guy. Tech’s defense stepped up again when needed and held the Trojans without a made field goal for the next 8:04. After the third media timeout of the period, the Bulldogs’ full court press forced two UALR turnovers on consecutive possessions that led to five points for Tech in a 32 second span on a jumper from Smith and a Gaskins’ three-pointer. With 2:36 left on the clock, Appleby made a threepointer to give the Bulldogs their first lead since the first half, 63-62. Appleby hit his fourth and final three-point field goal of the game to put Tech up 66-64 with 1:24 remaining. The basket also marked the end of the Bulldog’s 20-6 run over the previous 9:33. The Trojans tied the game up twice in the final minute of play before a floater from Gaskins with nine

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his five three-point attempts and scored 17 points. Souza scored 16 points, the most for him in a Tech uniform, while Lewis recorded 10 points for his third straight game of scoring 10 or more points. “Lewis and Souza are the two most improved players on the team since the preseason,” White said. “I give a lot of credit to them and my staff, especially Derrick Jones who works with the post guys every day in practice.” Falling one assist shy of his first career doubledouble was Smith who had a career-best nine assists and 10 rebounds to pace the Bulldogs in both categories while Johnson grabbed nine boards to fall one short of his first ever double-double. “Speedy [Smith] is a great passer who has an unbelievable motor, is able to see things before they happen and his numbers will go up as we get better offensively,” said White. For the game, Tech shot 47 percent (33-70) from the field and made 13 three-pointers, the fourth most in the TAC’s history and the most by the program since hitting 13 at TCU on Dec. 23, 1999, on 25 shots (52%). The Bulldogs grabbed 47 rebounds compared to the Demons 35 and was credited with 23 assists to NSU’s 13. Shamir Davis scored 28 points and William Mosley had a double-double with 10 points and 13 rebounds and blocked six shots to pace the Demons. Louis Ellis (15), James Hulbin (10), Demetrice Jacobs (13) and Gary Roberso (11) all reached double-digits in scoring for NSU. The Demons shot 50 percent (12-24) from threepoint range and 46 percent (31-68) from the field while they only made 19-of-35 (54.3%) from the free throw line.

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Game 12 Louisiana Tech 56, Northeastern 53 12/20/11, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Junior guard Brandon Gibson and freshman guard Raheem Appleby led Louisiana Tech to

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another exciting victory over the Northeastern of the Colonial Athletic Association Tuesday night 56-53 in front of 2,183 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center. Appleby led all scorers with 22 points on 8-of-12 shooting while Gibson scored 14 on 5-of-9 shooting as the Bulldogs improve to 7-5 on the year. The Huskies drop their fifth straight contest and are now 3-6 overall. Tech has now won five of its last six games with all five victories coming by three points or less. Tech fell behind by nine in the second half, 30-21, after a layup from Kashief Edwards with 15:46 left in the game. A 7-0 run over the next 2:41 cut the Bulldogs’ deficit to two with four points coming from freshmen Kenneth Smith and three from Gibson. The Huskies stretched the lead back to eight at the 7:12 mark on a layup by Alwayne Bigby. Gibson’s three-pointer with 3:51 remaining pulled the Bulldogs within one, 46-45, before two free throws from Northeastern’s Marco Banegas-Flores pushed the LA Tech deficit back to three. The Bulldogs were able to cut their disadvantage to a single point twice more before taking a 51-50 lead with 59 seconds left in the game. Tech fell behind again after Jonathan Lee of the Huskies made two free throws to put Tech behind by one-point again. Gibson’s put-back off an offensive rebound with 31.8 seconds remaining gave Tech a 53-52 lead. Gibson then stole the ball on Northeastern’s ensuing possession with 23 seconds remaining and Trevor Gaskins capitalized by hitting both free throws with 19 seconds to play to give Tech a three point lead. Both teams hit one out of two free throws as the lead remained at three setting up one final game-tying attempt by Huskies guard Joel Smith at the buzzer that rimmed out to seal the victory. The Bulldogs struggled to score in the first half as they shot 23.1 percent (6-of-26) from the field and trailed 21-17 going into halftime. However, Tech came on strong after halftime, shooting 52 percent (13-of-25) from the field behind Gibson’s 14 second half points. The Bulldogs’ defense, led by freshman forward Michale Kyser’s career-high seven blocks which is also tied for the third most in a single-game in program history, held the Huskies to 33 percent (20-of-60) shooting. Tech recorded 13 steals and scored 19 points off turnovers. The Tech bench came up huge scoring 46 of Tech’s 56 points with 33 coming in the second half. Northeastern was led by Reggie Spencer, who recorded 10 points and 11 rebounds. Quincy Ford scored 10 points on 4-of-10 shooting and guard Lee added 10 rebounds. The Huskies ended the game with 50 rebounds.

Game 13 Arkansas 77, Louisiana Tech 63 12/22/11, Fayetteville, Ark. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Louisiana Tech fell to Arkansas 77-63 Thursday night at Bud Walton Arena as freshman guard Raheem Appleby scored 23 points, his third straight 20-point game, on 10-of-22 shooting to pace the Bulldogs. The defeat ends Tech’s three-game winning streak as the Bulldogs fall to 7-6 on the year while the Razorbacks improve to 8-3.

The Bulldogs started out hot from the field making six of their first eight shots as they took a 17-6 lead at the 13:41 mark of the first half. A jumper from Arkansas’ Rashad Madden gave the Razorbacks their first lead of the game but a threepointer from senior guard Trevor Gaskins on Tech’s next possession gave the Bulldogs a 22-20 advantage. Tech fell behind 32-29 after a basket and two free throws from Arkansas. A layup from junior guard Brandon Gibson cut the Bulldogs deficit to one, 32-31, with 2:17 left in the period. Appleby would score the only two points the rest of the half as Tech was outscored 8-2 to go into halftime down 40-33. In the second half, the Bulldogs got within three after a layup from senior forward Romario Souza that was countered by Arkansas on the other end. A tip-in from Souza cut Tech’s deficit back to three-points again, 45-42. Down seven with 12:36 remaining in the period, Tech went on an 8-2 run over the next 3:08 behind four points from Souza to cut the deficit to 56-55. A layup from Souza brought the Bulldogs to within two, 61-59, with 8:13 left in the game. That would be as close as Tech would get as the Razorbacks outscored the Bulldogs 16-4 the rest of the way. Gaskins scored 12 and Souza contributed 10 points in the effort. Sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson and freshman guard Kenneth Smith had a team-high five rebounds apiece. Smith and Souza also had game-highs with three assists and two blocks, respectively. For the game, Tech shot 38 percent from the field and 75 percent from the free throw line. Arkansas was led by Ricky Scott with 18 points as B.J. Young and Devonta Abron scored 16 and 10 points, respectively. Madden grabbed a game-high seven rebounds. As a team, the Razorbacks went 31-for-64 from the field and 9-of-11 on free throws.

Game 14 Louisiana Tech 69, Spring Hill 41 12/29/11, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Freshman guard Raheem Appleby scored a game-high 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, a career-best, for his first career double-double as Louisiana Tech (8-6) defeated Spring Hill (8-3) Thursday night 69-41 in front of 4,930 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center. In the first half, the Bulldogs jumped out to a 5-2 advantage after a layup from senior forward Romario Souza and a three-pointer from senior guard Trevor Gaskins. The Badgers scored the next four points to take their only lead of the game, 6-5, at the 16:29 mark. Tech responded with an 11-2 run over the next 9:18 for an eight-point advantage. Spring Hill came back to tie the game 19-19 with 4:12 left in the period before the Bulldogs scored the final seven points of the half to go into halftime up 2619. The 19 points are the fewest Tech has given up this season in the first half. The Badgers’ Brett Williams hit a jumper at the 16:46 mark of the second half to cut the Bulldog’s lead to 32-27. That would be as close as Spring Hill would get


At the free throw line, the Mustangs made 22-of28 while the Bulldogs went 1-for-4. Tech was whistled for 24 fouls, 15 in the second half, compared to 11 for SMU.

Game 16 New Mexico State 83, Louisiana Tech 73 1/7/12, Ruston, La.

Game 15 SMU 73, Louisiana Tech 65 12/31/11, Dallas, Texas DALLAS, Texas - Junior guard Brandon Gibson scored a career-high 22 points as Louisiana Tech (8-7) fell to SMU (8-5) 73-65 Saturday afternoon in Moody Coliseum. A layup from senior guard Trevor Gaskins gave the Bulldogs their only lead of the game, 2-0, before the Mustangs came back with an 11-2 run over the next 4:03 to take control of the first half. Tech was able to cut the deficit to seven, 33-26, after a fast-break alley-oop dunk from freshman forward Michale Kyser on a pass from fellow classmate guard Kenneth Smith with 1:43 left in the period. SMU would take a 37-28 advantage into intermission after scoring four of the final six points of the half. Falling behind 45-32 with 14:20 left in the game, the Bulldogs went on an 11-4 run over the next 3:35 to pull within six as freshman guard Raheem Appleby scored four points. A fast-break layup from Appleby on a long pass from Smith pulled Tech to within four, 51-47, with 9:39 remaining but the Mustangs would push their lead to 58-49. A three-pointer from Gibson on the next possession cut the disadvantage back to six with 6:28 left in the game. Another three-point basket from Gibson with 3:15 left on the clock cut Tech’s deficit to four. SMU would go up by seven on three free throws before a three-pointer from Appleby cut the disadvantage to 67-63.

That would be as close as the Bulldog’s would get as the Mustangs scored six of the game’s final eight points of the contest with all six coming from the free throw line. Appleby was the only other Tech player to reach double-figures as he had 11 points, all of which came in the second half. Sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson and Kyser scored eight points apiece. Sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail grabbed a career-high eight rebounds and Smith was credited with eight assists. With two blocks, Kyser now has 36 on the season and is 11 away from tying for 10th place on the school’s career list. The Bulldogs shoot 48 percent (29-60) from the field including 6-for-25 from beyond the arc. 32 of Tech’s 65 points came in the paint. Ryan Manuel led SMU with 13 points, all of which came after halftime, and Aliakesi Patsevich contributed 11 points. Robert Nyakundi and Cannen Cunningham had eight rebound each. Six of the Mustangs’ 12 assists came from Jeremia Samarrippas. SMU went 21-for-47 on field goal attempts including 9-of-18 from three-point range.

RUSTON, La. - Heading into Saturday’s conference opener, Louisiana Tech head coach Mike White said that New Mexico State forward Wendell McKines would be the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year if the season ended today. Saturday night McKines didn’t do anything to change White’s opinion as he scored 25 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Aggies to an 83-73 victory over the Bulldogs before 2,263 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center. The loss drops the Bulldogs to 8-8 on the year and 0-1 in conference play while NMSU is now 11-5 overall and 1-0 in the WAC. Tech took an early 4-2 lead just over a minute into the game on a jumper from freshman guard Raheem Appleby. After the Aggies took the lead on two free throws from Hernst Laroche and a Hamidu Rahman dunk, the Bulldogs tied the game up at 6-6 with a layup from sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail. With 15:04 remaining in the first period, junior guard Brandon Gibson’s layup tied the contest at 10-10 before NMSU used a 12-3 run over the next five-plus minutes to take its largest lead of the half. With nine straight points from Appleby, the Bulldogs got within four at 26-22 at the 7:46 mark of the opening stanza. Tech inched closer at 30-27 a few minutes later after two free throws from senior forward Romario Souza. The Aggies responded with a 6-1 run over the next three minutes that was stopped by a free throw from junior forward J.L. Lewis with 2:51 remaining in the half. Sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson made his only three-pointer of the game with 28 seconds left in the half to cut the deficit to four, but Laroche hit a jumper from the free throw line at the buzzer as the Bulldogs went into halftime down 40-34. Gibson opened the second half with a layup but NMSU responded with a 6-0 run to stretch their lead to 46-36 with 18:36 left in the game. Tech pulled to within 50-44 on a three-point basket from Gibson before McKines and Tyrone Watson each scored five points during an 11-2 run as the Aggies grabbed their biggest lead of the game at 61-46 with 14:36 to play. Despite struggling at both the free throw line and from the three-point line, the Bulldogs were able to cut the deficit down to 66-58 on a conventional three-point play from Brandon Gibson with 8:48 to play. However, NMSU shot 70 percent (16-23) from the field over the final half and 57 percent (32-56) for the game to hand LA Tech its first home loss of the year. Appleby led Tech with 19 points while Gibson added 16 points and a team-high seven rebounds and Souza chipped in with 10 points. Tech outrebounded the much-larger Aggies 4442, including pulling down 20 offensive rebounds, but couldn’t overcome a 5-of-29 performance from behind

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the rest of the game as Tech scored the next 13 points of the contest over the next 4:16 to go up 45-27 with five coming from Appleby and four from junior guard Brandon Gibson. Gibson’s three-pointer with 4:08 remaining pushed the Bulldog’s lead to 22, 59-37. Freshman forward Michale Kyser scored five of Tech’s final 10 points in the last 3:48 of the contest as Tech finished off the 28-point victory. Sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail added 14 points on 4-of-5 shooting from beyond-the-arc as he was the only other Bulldog to reach double-figures in scoring on the night. Kyser and Gibson contributed nine and eight points, respectively. Gibson tied his career-high in rebounds with 12, evenly distributed on the offensive and defensive glass, while Gaskins was credited with a career-best five assists. With two blocked shots, Kyser now has 34 on the season and is 13 swats away from tying former Tech player Eldon Bowman for 10th on the program’s career list. The Bulldogs outrebounded Spring Hill 48-28 including 23-5 on the offensive glass which led to 25 second chance points for Tech. From the field, the Bulldogs made 25-of-64 attempts including 15-of-29 (51.7%) in the second half. Frederick Gatson was the only Spring Hill player to reach double-figures with 14 as the Badgers had six contribute four-points apiece. Stephen Burches and Gatson grabbed a team-best five rebounds while Burches also led Spring Hill in assists (4) and steals (3). The Badgers shot 40 percent from the field and were 1-for-9 on three-point attempts.

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the arc and a 16-of-30 effort at the free throw line. Along with McKines, Laroche and Watson contributed 14 points apiece and Rahman added 11 for NMSU. Daniel Mullings grabbed 10 rebounds and had a gamehigh three blocks as well.

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Game 17 Idaho 90, Louisiana Tech 88OT 1/12/12, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Junior guard Brandon Gibson’s first double-double of the season, career-high 22 points and 13 rebounds, was not enough as Louisiana Tech fell 9088 in overtime to Idaho in front of 4,472 fans Thursday night in the Thomas Assembly Center. The defeat drops the Bulldogs record to 8-9 overall and 0-2 in the Western Athletic Conference while the Vandals improve to 9-8 and 2-1 in the conference. Falling behind 6-2 a little over two minutes into the game, Tech went on an 11-2 run over the next two and a half minutes with five and four points from Gibson and freshman guard Raheem Appleby, respectively. Junior forward J.L. Lewis hit a three-pointer with 2:11 left in the first half to give the Bulldogs their largest lead of the period 39-28. Two free throws from Idaho’s Landon Tatum with just over two seconds left on the clock cut Tech’s advantage to 43-34 heading into intermission. The Bulldogs took their largest lead of the game 50-37 after two free throws from Appleby with 17:14 remaining in the second half. Over the next four and a half minutes, the Vandals used a 17-3 run, including three of Deremy Geiger’s six three-pointers, to tie the game up at 53-53. Down 76-72 with less than two minutes left in the half, Gibson made a layup to cut the deficit to two. Sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail tied with 54 seconds left on the clock after making two free throws. With time running down, the Vandals’ Kyle Barone had an opportunity to win the game in regulation but could not convert his opportunity at the rim as extra time would be needed to decide the outcome. Idaho controlled the overtime period, going up 8881 with 42 seconds remaining after two free throws from Djim Bandoumel. Down by six with 17 seconds left, Appleby made a three-point basket to make the score 90-87. The Bulldogs’ press forced a Vandal turnover to give Tech an opportunity to tie the game. With 1.2 on the clock, Appleby went to the free throw line after getting fouled on an attempted threepointer. He made his first free throw but missed his second shot, forcing him to miss this third attempt on purpose which was rebounded by Idaho to end the game. Along with Gibson’s point total, Appleby scored 19 points and senior guard Trevor Gaskins contributed 15 after going 5-for-6 from beyond the arc. Sophomore guard Cordaruis Johnson chipped in 12 points as well. Freshman guard Kenneth Smith had a team-high five assists while sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail was credited with four assists without turning the ball over. On the defensive end, Appleby had four steals for the second straight game and freshman forward Michale Kyser blocked two shots in only five minutes of action. The Bulldogs shot 46 percent (29-63) from the field including a season-best 54 percent (13-24) from threepoint range. Tech made 17-of-22 attempts from the free

throw line as well. For the Vandals, Geiger and Tatum both reached the 20-point barrier with 23 and 20 points, respectively. Stephen Madison contributed 18 and Barone added 13 points while grabbing a game-high 15 rebounds. Tatum also dished out a game-best six assists and Barone blocked three shots. The Vandals went 29-for-62 from the field with 10 of their made shots coming from beyond the arc. At the free throw line they made 92 percent of their attempts (22-24) which is the second-highest against Tech this season.

Game 18 Utah State 69, Louisiana Tech 65 1/14/12, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Brockeith Pane scored a career-high 24 points to lead Utah State to a 69-65 win over Louisiana Tech in Western Athletic Conference action before 4,099 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center Saturday night. The Bulldogs are now 8-10 on the season and 0-3 in conference play as the Aggies improve to 10-8 and 2-2 in the WAC. Tech opened the game with three consecutive three-pointers to take a 9-0 lead and eventually pushed the advantage to double-digits at 20-8 on a three-point basket by Cordarius Johnson at the 13:12 mark of the first half. However, Utah State chipped away at the Bulldogs’ advantage and cut the deficit to 31-29 at intermission after two free throws from Pane. The Aggies came out firing in the second half as they scored 12 straight points to take a 41-31 advantage within the first three minutes of the period. Tech answered the call as junior guard Brandon Gibson scored seven points in a 10-0 run as the Bulldogs tied the game at 41-41 with 14:15 remaining. After the teams continued to trade buckets over the next five minutes, freshman forward Michale Kyser gave Tech their only lead of the second half 51-50 with 9:16 to play on a jumper. Utah State responded with a 15-4 run to pull out to a 65-55 advantage with just over four minutes left on the clock. Tech made one final run as McNeail’s three-pointer from the top of the arc cut the deficit to 66-64 with 39 seconds remaining before Utah State hit 3-of-4 free throws down the stretch to win. McNeail scored a season-high 19 points on 7-of10 shooting including 5-of-6 from beyond the arc. Senior guard Trevor Gaskins and freshman guard Raheem Appleby contributed 10 points each. Gibson grabbed a team-best seven rebounds while Kyser pulled down five boards in his first career start. Five assists from freshman guard Kenneth Smith led the Bulldogs and gives him 78 on the year as he inches closer to the program’s freshman assist record of 126. Tech went 24-for-62 from the field and 12-of-29 from beyond the arc while outrebounding the Aggies 39-36. Preston Medlin and Kyisean Reed scored 11 points apiece to go along with Pane’s career-high. Medlin and Reed also had nine and eight rebounds, respectively. Utah State shot 49.1 percent (26-53) for the game including 52 percent (13-25) in the second half.

Game 19 Louisiana Tech 74, Hawai’i 70 1/19/12, Honolulu, Hawaii HONOLULU, Hawaii - Freshman guard Raheem Appleby scored a career-high 28 points as Louisiana Tech (9-10, 1-3 WAC) defeated Hawaii (10-8, 2-2 WAC) 74-70 Thursday night at the Stan Sheriff Center in front of 6,016 fans. The victory ends a 12-game WAC road winless streak for the Bulldogs. Sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson made two free throws to give Tech an early lead but the Rainbow Warriors scored five straight points to take a 5-2 advantage two minutes into the first half. The Bulldogs responded by scoring seven-straight points over a 1:05 span for a 9-5 lead. Hawaii came back with five consecutive points to put the advantage back into their favor. Appleby capped an 8-2 Tech run with a jumper to put the Bulldogs up 17-12 with 12:07 left until halftime. Two free throws from the Rainbow Warriors’ Shaquille Stokes tied the contest at 27-27. Sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail then drove the ball down the lane for a layup to give the Bulldogs the lead on the next possession. A jumper from Appleby with 1:32 left on the clock pushed Tech’s advantage to eight, their largest of the half. Vander Joaquim made a free throw and Trevor Wiseman hit a three-point basket to cut the score to 3834 in favor of the Bulldogs at intermission. Two minutes into the second half, Appleby made a three-pointer to put Tech up by five. The Rainbow Warriors then scored 10 of the next 14 points to take a 46-45 lead. The Bulldogs came back to take their largest advantage of the period 55-49 on a layup by senior guard Trevor Gaskins that was erased by a seven-point run from Hawaii that was capped by a three-pointer from Shaquille Stokes at the 8:31 mark. Senior forward Romario Souza made a hook shot in the lane to give the lead back to Tech 57-56. The Rainbow Warriors cut the Bulldogs’ advantage to 69-68 with two free throws from Bobby Miles with just over a minute left in the game. A jumper from Appleby and two free throws by junior forward J.L. Lewis pushed the Tech advantage to five with just over 29 seconds on the clock. Joston Thomas of Hawaii hit a jumper in the lane to cut the score to 73-70 but McNeail made 1-of-2 free throws to push the Bulldogs’ lead to four with 1.1 seconds remaining. The game would end as the Rainbow Warriors missed a three-pointer at the buzzer. Johnson scored 14 points, all in the first half, on 4-of-6 shooting from beyond the arc while Lewis chipped in with 10 and a game-high nine rebounds. Junior guard Brandon Gibson and McNeail were both credited with a team-best three assists. As a team, Tech made 27-of-60 field goals attempts and went 13-for-20 from the free throw line. Hawaii was led by 22-points from Thomas while Joaquim and Stokes added 11 and 10 points, respectively. Joaquim pulled down eight rebounds and blocked three shots. Stokes dished out a game-high five assists. The Rainbow Warriors shot 51.1 percent from the


throw line they made 78.6 percent of their shots.

Game 20 Louisiana Tech 71, San Jose State 67 1/21/12, San Jose, Calif.

Game 21 Louisiana Tech 59, Fresno State 58 1/26/12, Ruston, La.

SAN JOSE, Calif. - Junior guard Brandon Gibson and freshman guard Raheem Appleby scored 19 points each as Louisiana Tech defeated San Jose State 71-67 at The Event Center Saturday night. The win gave Tech consecutive wins on the road in the Western Athletic Conference for the first time since the 2009-10 season. With the victory, the Bulldogs improve to 10-10 on the year and 2-3 in the WAC while San Jose State drops to 6-13 and 0-5 in conference. Tech started off slow as they fell behind 11-4 five and a half minutes into the game on a three-pointer from the Spartans’ D.J. Brown. Gibson made a three-point basket of his own on the next Bulldog possession to cut the deficit to four. SJSU scored the next six points to push Tech’s deficit to 10 halfway through the period. A layup from James Kinney gave the Spartans their largest advantage of the game 26-15 with 4:27 left in the half. The Bulldogs outscored SJSU 16-7 the rest of the period to cut the deficit to 33-31 at halftime. Sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson gave Tech their first lead of the game 34-33 after hitting a threepointer a little over a minute into the second half. The Spartans responded with a 6-0 run over the next 2:49 to go up by five. The Bulldogs battled back and took a 46-44 advantage at the 14:32 mark on one of Gibson’s career-high four three-point baskets. Both teams traded the lead over the next five minutes with neither team going up by more than three. With 9:29 on the clock, Gibson made another shot from beyond the arc to put Tech up for good the rest of the game. The Spartans would keep the game close as the Bulldogs were only able to go up by as much as six. In a 50 second span, SJSU scored five consecutive points to cut the score to 68-67 with 38.3 left in the contest. Appleby made 1-of-2 free throws for a two-point Tech advantage. The Spartans’ Keith Shamburger missed a jumper from the right side that senior guard Trevor Gaskins rebounded and was fouled with 1.2 remaining. Gaskins made both free throws to seal the victory for the Bulldogs. Along with Appleby and Gibson, Gaskins also reached double-figures with 12 points. Junior forward J.L. Lewis and Appleby both pulled down five rebounds apiece while sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail and Appleby dished out four assists each. On the defensive end, Gibson blocked a careerbest four shots and had a team-high two steals. As a team, Tech shot 49 percent from the field and went 13-for-18 at the free throw line. Kinney led San Jose State with 22 points while Shamburger and Wil Carter contributed 16 and 12 points, respectively. Carter also grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds while D.J. Brown and Shamburger recorded six assists apiece. The Spartans went 24-for-61 on field goal attempts including 8-of-20 from beyond the arc. At the free

RUSTON, La. - Junior guard Brandon Gibson’s buzzer-beating layup gave Louisiana Tech a 59-58 victory over Fresno State Thursday night in the Thomas Assembly Center in front of 3,282 fans. The victory ended Tech’s six-game winless streak at home in Western Athletic Conference games. LA Tech improves to 11-10 on the year and 3-3 in the WAC while FS drops to 9-13 and 1-5 in conference play. Fresno State scored the first four points of the game before a free throw from Gibson finally put Tech on the scoreboard two and a half minutes into the contest. A layup from senior forward Romario Souza at the 14:13 mark was LA Tech’s first basket of the game. Senior guard Trevor Gaskins’ three-pointer from the left-corner gave Tech their first lead of the game 8-6 with 13:24 remaining until halftime. A three-point basket from Fresno State’s Kevin Olekaibe put LA Tech down four with just over seven minutes to play in the first half. The rest of the period saw Tech outscore FS 17-5 to take a 29-21 lead into halftime. Sophomore guards Cordarius Johnson and Kenyon McNeail combined to score 10 of the Bulldogs final 17 points of the half with five points apiece. After scoring the final point of the first half, the California-based Bulldogs scored the first nine-points of in the second half for a 10-0 run to take a 30-29 lead. Tech responded with a 14-3 run of their own over the next 5:09 as Souza scored six of Tech’s points. A fastbreak layup from Fresno’s Tyler Johnson cut Tech’s advantage to 50-46 with just over seven minutes remaining in the game. Junior forward J.L. Lewis made a free throw to give Tech a seven lead with 4:07 left on the clock. Fresno State scored seven consecutive points over the next three and a half minutes to tie the game at 56-56. Souza made 1-of-2 free throws on the following possession to put LA Tech up by one with just over 24 seconds left on the clock. Two free throws with over 17 seconds remaining gave the California-based Bulldogs a 57-56 advantage. McNeail missed a layup with less than nine second on the clock but the ball went out-of-bounds off a Fresno player to keep the ball with Tech. The ensuing inbound pass was underthrown and picked off by a Fresno State player but Gibson was able to grab onto the ball and force a jump ball call that kept the possession in Tech’s favor. Gibson received the next ball on the inbounds play, drove down the left side of the lane and powered home a layup at the buzzer to give LA Tech the victory. Johnson led Tech with 16 points while Gaskins and Souza each scored 11 points. Gaskins and McNeail had a team-high three assists as Lewis pulled down a game-best 10 rebounds. As a team, the Bulldogs shot 38.8 percent (19-49) from the field with seven of their field goals coming from beyond the arc. They also made 14 of their 19 free throw attempts. Fresno State was led by Olekaibe’s game-high 20 points as Garret Johnson and Tyler Johnson scored 11

and 10 points, respectively. Jerry Brown grabbed eight rebounds and Steven Sheep dished out a game-best four assists. The California-based Bulldogs made 41.5 percent (22-53) of the field goal attempts and 80.0 percent (1215) from the charity stripe.

Game 22 Nevada 65, Louisiana Tech 63 1/28/12, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - A three-pointer from senior guard Trevor Gaskins rattled in-and-out with less than two seconds to play as Louisiana Tech fell to Nevada 65-63 Saturday night in front of 3,050 at the Thomas Assembly Center. With the loss, the Bulldogs are now 11-11 overall and 3-4 in the Western Athletic Conference while the Wolf Pack improve to 18-3 and 7-0 in conference play. Tech scored the first five points of the game on a jumper from sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson and a three-pointer from sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail. Five straight points from Nevada tied the score less than two minutes into the contest. McNeail made his second three-point basket of the game to put Tech ahead on the ensuing possession. A long-jumper from Malik Story gave the Wolf Pack their first lead of the game 14-13 at the 12:14 mark. The Bulldogs responded with a 13-2 run over the next 4:41 that was capped off by a dunk from freshman forward Michale Kyser. For the final eight minutes of the period, Nevada outscored Tech 12-2 to go into halftime tied 28-28. The Wolf Pack continued their run in the second half, scoring 15 of the first 18 points of the period for a 43-31 advantage. A 9-2 run from the Bulldogs cut the deficit to five with 11:48 on the clock. Gaskins made a shot from beyond the arc to pull Tech to within 51-50 with six and a half minutes to play. Nevada pushed their lead out to six after three free throws from Deonte Burton with 2:16 remaining. Junior guard Brandon Gibson tied the contest at 62-62 with a conventional three-point play. Czyz converted his own conventional three-point play on the Wolf Pack’s next possession to put Nevada up three with less than 34 seconds left in the game. McNeail made 1-of-2 free throw attempts and Appleby forced a jump ball call to give Tech the ball back with just over 20 seconds on the clock and down 65-63. The Bulldog had two chances to tie the game but both layups were blocked by Dario Hunt. Gaskins got an open look at a three-pointer to win the contest from the right corner that went in-and-out. Appleby paced the Bulldogs with 17 points after having to leave Thursday night’s contest with a knee injury. McNeail added 13 while Gaskins chipped in with 11 including three three-point field goals. Gibson pulled down a team-high eight rebounds and Kyser blocked a shot to give him 40 for the season. Tech shot 31.1 percent (19-62) from the field and 70.8 percent (17-24) at the free throw line. They also forced 22 turnovers while only giving up the ball 11 times. Olek Czyz scored 24 points as he went 10-for-12 from the free throw line and grabbed 10 rebounds for a double-double. Story and Burton contributed 16 and 12 points, respectively.

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Hunt had a game-high 11 rebounds and blocked two of Nevada’s five shots. The Wolf Pack made 47.7 percent (21-44) of their shots and went 19-for-27 (70.4 percent) from the charity stripe. Nevada also outrebounded the Bulldogs 41-31 including 29-16 on the defensive glass.

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Game 23 New Mexico State 83, Louisiana Tech 72 2/4/12, Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. - A career-high 30 points from freshman guard Raheem Appleby was not enough as Louisiana Tech fell 83-72 to New Mexico State Saturday night at the Pan American Center. Appleby is the first Bulldog to score 30 points in a game since former Tech player DeAndre Brown had 31 against Northwestern State last year. The defeat drops the Bulldogs to 11-12 overall and 3-5 in the Western Athletic Conference while the Aggies are now 17-7 and 6-2 in conference play. Tech fell behind 7-4 almost three minutes into the first half after a layup from NMSU’s Hamidu Rahman. Sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail tied the game with a three-point field goal, the first of three in the game, at the 16:56 mark. The Aggies took another three-point advantage but the Bulldogs scored five points in less than 15 seconds on a McNeail three-pointer and a fastbreak layup from Appleby to take a 14-12 lead. A dunk from Tyrone Watson put NMSU up 25-19 with 8:40 remaining until halftime. Tech responded with a seven straight points, four of which came from sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson, over the next 1:46 for a one point advantage. Appleby would make two free throws to give the Bulldogs a 36-34 lead with nearly three and a half minutes left until intermission. The Aggies scored 10 of the final 14 points of the period as Tech trailed 44-40 at halftime. After falling behind by six almost three and a half minutes into the second half, the Bulldogs responded with a 7-1 run to tie the game at 51-51 at the 15:17 mark. Johnson’s alley-oop dunk from Appleby with less than 10 minutes to play to give Tech their largest lead of the game 65-60. With 6:15 left on the clock, Rahman converted a traditional three-point play for NMSU to tie the score at 67-67. LA Tech was outscored 14-5 the rest of the game as the Bulldogs fell on the road in WAC action for the first time this season. McNeail and Johnson were the only other Tech players to reach double-figures in scoring with 17 and 16 points, respectively. Johnson had a team-high nine rebounds including a career-best eight defensive rebounds while freshman guard Kenneth Smith and Appleby dished out six and four assists, respectively. Freshman forward Michale Kyser had two blocks to increase his season total to 42 and is now five away from 10th place on the program’s career blocks list. As a team, Tech shot 51.9 percent (27-52) from the field but only 36.4 percent (8-22) on three-point field goal attempts. Rahman led NMSU with 20 points and Wendell McKines recorded a double-double with 15 points and

a game-best 10 rebounds. Daniel Mullings contributed 15 points as well. Tshilidzi Nephawe and Mullings grabbed seven boards apiecewhile Watson and Mullings both had game-highs with seven assists and three steals, respectively. The Aggies shot 51.6 percent (33-64) from the field and went 15-for-28 (53.6 percent) at the free throw line.

Game 24 Utah State 77, Louisiana Tech 63 2/9/12, Logan, Utah LOGAN, Utah - Junior guard Brandon Gibson and freshman guard Raheem Appleby scored 15 points apiece as Louisiana Tech fell 77-63 to Utah State Thursday night in the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum. The defeat drops the Bulldogs to 11-13 overall and 3-6 in Western Athletic Conference play while the Aggies improve to 13-12 and 5-5 in the conference. Tech took a 6-3 lead on a three-pointer from sophomore guards Cordarius Johnson and Gibson apiece with 18:20 on the clock. Utah State came back with an 8-0 run over the next 2:02 to go up by five. Three-point field goals from sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail and Appleby put the Bulldogs back-on-top 12-11 five minutes into the game. Appleby made a layup to tie the score at 29-29 with 4:50 remaining until halftime. The Aggies scored six of the final nine points of the period to take a 35-32 lead into halftime. Gibson’s layup a little over 30 seconds into the second half brought Tech to within 35-34. Utah State would pull out to an eight-point advantage but the Bulldogs were able to cut the deficit to 4743 with 13:37 left on the clock. The Aggies responded with a 14-2 run over the next 5:50 to go up by 16, their largest lead of the contest. Tech fought back to cut the disadvantage to 6963 on a three-pointer from Gibson with 2:08 left in the game. Utah State used an 8-0 to close out the game to pick up the victory. Gibson was the Bulldogs’ leading rebounder with seven while McNeail dished out four assists. Junior forward J.L. Lewis and freshman forward Michale Kyser both blocked a shot each. For the game, Tech shot 39.7 percent (23-58) from the field with eight of their field goals coming from beyond the arc. Preston Medlin scored a game-high 22 points while Kyisean Reed added 20 points and pulled down a game-high nine rebounds. Brockeith Pane dished out a game-best six assists without turning the ball over. The Aggies shot 55.6 percent (30-54) from the field including 46.2 percent (6-13) from three-point range. At the free throw line, they made 11-of-13 (84.6 percent) of their attempts. Utah State outrebounded the Bulldogs 35-29 with 29 of the Aggies boards coming on the defensive glass.

Game 25 Idaho 73, Louisiana Tech 64 2/11/12, Moscow, Idaho MOSCOW, Idaho - Sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson scored 21 points and grabbed a team-high seven rebounds as Louisiana Tech fell 73-64 to Idaho

Saturday night at the Cowan Spectrum. The defeat drops the Bulldogs to 11-14 on the year and 3-7 in the Western Athletic Conference while Idaho improves to 15-11 and 7-4 in the conference. Down 33-26 at halftime, Tech cut Idaho’s advantage to four on a layup from junior guard Brandon Gibson less than four and a half minutes into the second half. A conventional three-point play from Connor Hill pushed Idaho’s lead to 41-34 on their next possession down the court. A jumper in the pain from Johnson gave Tech a 42-41 lead, their first since the first minute of the contest, at the 13:38 mark and capped off an 8-0 run for the Bulldogs. The Vandals came back with a 7-2 run of their own over the next 3:33 to take a four-point advantage. A fastbreak dunk and layup from Gibson and senior forward Romario Souza, respectively, tied the contest at 48-48 with a little over nine minutes to play in the game. Idaho scored eight straight points but senior guard Trevor Gaskins came back with six consecutive points of his own to cut the deficit to 58-54 with 5:11 left in the contest. That would be as close as the Bulldogs got as the


Game 26 Louisiana Tech 58, North Dakota 53 2/16/12, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Freshman guard Raheem Appleby scored 17 second half points to lead Louisiana Tech to a come-from-behind win over North Dakota 58-53 Thursday night in front of 4,071 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center. The Bulldogs improve to 12-14 overall while the Fighting Sioux drop to 11-14. With 11 minutes left in the game, UND’s Aaron Anderson made a layup to put Tech down by eight. Two free throws from senior Romario Souza and an Appleby three-pointer cut the deficit to 43-40 over just over minute later. North Dakota’s Patrick Mitchell grabbed a rebound off a missed LA Tech three-point attempt and threw a long pass down court to Troy Huff for a fastbreak dunk to increase the Bulldogs’ disadvantage to five a posses-

sion later. Junior Brandon Gibson scored Tech’s next eight points including back-to-back three-point field goals to give Tech a 48-47 lead with 6:02 remaining on the clock. After both teams traded the lead over the next two and a half minutes, Appleby hit a jumper in the paint to give Tech the lead for good 53-52. The Bulldogs outscored UND 5-1 over the final 3:23 to take home the victory. LA Tech started the game down one before the tip off after a technical was assessed for a violation of pregame rules and Anderson made 1-of-2 free throws. The Bulldogs did not take their first lead of the game until the 14:10 mark of the period on a three-pointer from senior guard Trevor Gaskins to go up 7-6. The Fighting Sioux took the advantage back two possessions later and went up as much as six with just over five minutes left until halftime. Gaskins’ jumper at the 3:06 mark cut the Bulldogs’ deficit to 22-20. Three made free throws from UND over the next 50 seconds gave them a five point lead. Those would be the final points either team would score the rest of the way as the Fighting Sioux took a 25-20 lead into halftime. For the contest, Appleby had a game-high 19 points and two steals. Gaskins and Gibson both reached double-figures with 12 and 10 points, respectively. Freshman guard Kenneth Smith grabbed 10 rebounds, tying his career-high, and dished out four assists to give him 100 on the season. Souza pulled down eight boards which matched his career-best in a Bulldog uniform. Tech shot 39.6 percent (19-46) from the field and made six shots from beyond the arc. They are four made three-pointers away from setting a new school record for a season. UND was led by Anderson with 14 points while Mitchell added 12 including nine coming from beyond the arc. Huff, the team’s leading scorer, chipped in with 10 as well. Huff and Mitchell both grabbed seven rebounds apiece to pace the team while Mitchell had a team-high two assists. Jordan Allard came off the bench and blocked a game-best two shots. The Fighting Sioux went 19-for-52 (36.5 percent) from the field and made only 57.9 percent (11-19) of their free throws. UND outrebounded the Bulldogs 40-31 including 14-9 on the offensive glass. The Fighting Sioux though could only convert those 14 rebounds into eight second chance points.

Game 27 Louisiana Tech 84, Central Arkansas 62 2/18/12, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Freshman guard Kenneth Smith set the Louisiana Tech school record for assists in a game with 15 as the Bulldogs defeated Central Arkansas 8442 Saturday afternoon in the Thomas Assembly Center in front of 3,977 fans that was a part of SEARS ESPN BracketBuster program. LA Tech improves to 13-14 on the year while the Bears drop to 7-18. Smith’s 15th assist came at the 3:05 mark of the second half on a layup by freshman forward Stojan

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Vandals stretched their lead to 12 with just over a minute left on the clock. Tech kept fighting and got the score to 71-64 on two free throws from Gibson with just over 32 seconds on the clock. Deremy Geiger made two free throws of his own to finish the game. The Bulldogs began the game with a 2-0 lead on a layup from Souza before Idaho tallied five straight points. Souza made two from the charity stripe to cut the deficit to one at the 16:54 mark. The Vandals responded with a 7-0 run over the next over the next 3:09 to push their lead to eight. Gaskins drove down the left baseline and laid the ball in to bring Tech to within 16-14 with a little over 10 minutes to play until halftime. Idaho would go up by as much as 10 before Gaskins scored four straight points to bring the Bulldogs to within 29-23 at the 1:38 mark. Johnson made his third three-point field goal of the half with just over two seconds left on the clock to cut the Vandals lead to seven at halftime. Souza and Gaskins scored 13 and 12 points, respectively, with nine of Souza’s total coming in the second half. Freshman guard Raheem Appleby, Tech’ leading scorer, was held scoreless in the game for the first time since Nov. 30 at Southeastern Louisiana. Gibson pulled down six rebounds while sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail and Gaskins had a game-best two steals apiece. Freshman guard Kenneth Smith dished out a game-high four assists and McNeail was credited with three assists of his own. Tech shot 40.4 percent (23-57) from the field and made 75.0 percent (12-16) of their free throw attempts. Kyle Barone recorded a double-double with 14 points and 15 rebounds for the Vandals. Landon Tatum and Geiger both added 14 points each with all of Geiger’s points coming in the second half. Barone had a game-high three blocks with Djim Bandoumel blocking two shots himself as well. Idaho made 54.5 percent (24-44) of their shots from the field and 74.1 percent (20-27) of their attempts from the charity stripe. The Vandals outrebounded the Bulldogs 35-24 including 27-15 on the defensive glass.

Gjuroski. Former Bulldog Bud Dean had held the assists record since Jan. 17, 1969 when he had 14 at Nicholls State. The Bulldogs fell behind 5-0 at the 18:17 mark of the first half after UCA’s second fastbreak layup of the contest. After head coach Michael White called a timeout, Tech went on a 20-5 run over the next 7:38 to go up by 10 as freshman guard Raheem Appleby and sophomore guard Kenyon McNeail scored seven and six points, respectively. During the run, McNeail made a three-pointer at the 12:18 mark to give the team their 203rd made three-point field goal of the year to break the program record set by the 2009-10 squad. The Bears responded with an 11-2 run that cut Tech’s lead to one with less than eight minutes to play in the half. A 16-4 run from the Bulldogs increased their advantage to 38-25 with 3:54 left in the period as sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson and Appleby scored all of Tech’s points with nine and seven, respectively. Robert Crawford of UCA cut the Bulldogs lead to eight, the closest they would get the rest of the game, with a little over two minutes on the clock.

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Tech scored the final nine points of the half that was capped off by a jumper from Appleby to give him 16 points in the period. Smith was credited with an assist on the play to give him nine in the first 20 minutes of action. In the second half, the Bulldogs continued the onslaught as they stretched their lead to as much as 29 after two free throws from freshman forward Michale Kyser at the 12:20 mark. Gjuroski made his first career field goal on a fastbreak layup at the 4:52 mark on an assist from Smith. After Smith’s record breaking assist, the Bears would score the final four points of the game as all 13 Bulldogs saw playing time in the contest. Four Tech players reached double-figures in scoring led by Appleby’s 18 while Johnson added 16 and senior forward Romario Souza contributed 13 points. Freshman forward Michale Kyser scored a careerhigh 12 points and blocked five shots off the bench. Smith also paced the Bulldogs with six rebounds and two steals. Tech shot a season-high 50.8 percent (31-61) from the field while making eight three-pointers. They also made 14-of-18 (77.8 percent) of their shots at the free throw line. The Bulldogs outrebounded UCA 43-25 including 29-17 on the defensive glass. LaQuentin Miles led the Bears with 18 points and game-high three steals as Jordan Hanks and Garner added 13 and 11 points, respectively. Hanks grabbed seven rebounds and Ryan Williams had three assists off the bench to pace the squad. UCA made 22-of-63 (34.9 percent) field goal attempts and 15-of-23 (65.2 percent) at the charity stripe.

Game 28 Louisiana Tech 75, San Jose State 49 2/23/12, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - Senior forward Romario Souza scored a career-high 19 points, 13 in the first half, as Louisiana Tech defeated San Jose State 75-49 Thursday night at the Thomas Assembly Center for their third consecutive win. The Bulldogs improve to 14-14 on the year and 4-7 in the Western Athletic Conference while the Spartans fall to 9-18 and 1-10 in conference play. San Jose State took control of the game for the first two minutes as they went up 4-2. Tech came back with a 10-2 run as Souza scored eight of the Bulldogs points to take a six-point advantage with 13:54 remaining in the first period. LA Tech would stretch their lead to 28-18 after senior guard Trevor Gaskins made a jumper with less than six minutes until halftime. The Spartans scored the next four points to cut the Bulldogs’ advantage to six with 3:17 left in the half but Tech scored the final four points of the period to go into intermission leading 32-22. In the first 8:01 of the second half, the Bulldogs outscored SJSU 20-4 as Souza and Gaskins scored six and five points, respectively. Freshman guard Raheem Appleby’s layup with 7:10 left on the clock gave Tech their largest lead of the contest 63-31. The Spartans scored seven straight to decrease the Bulldogs advantage to 25 but a three-pointer from

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Gaskins ended Tech’s scoreless streak. With 59 seconds left on the clock, the Bulldog bench erupted as walk-on freshman forward Robby Price hit a jumper in the paint for the first points of his career. Stephon Smith of San Jose State would make a layup on the very next possession for the final basket of the game as Tech won by their largest margin of the year. Souza went 8-for-11 from the field with his made field goal total setting a new career-high for him. Appleby and Gaskins also reached double-figures in points with 17 and 15, respectively. Junior guard Brandon Gibson and Souza both grabbed eight rebounds apiece to lead the squad. Freshman Kenneth Smith dished out a game-high seven assists and is now five away from breaking the program record for assists in a season by a freshman. Fellow classmate Michale Kyser blocked two shots to give him 50 on the season and is one away from tying for 10th on the school’s career block list. Appleby was credited with four steals, matching his career-high for the third time this season. LA Tech shot over 50 percent from the field for the second straight game as they made a season-high 53.4 percent (31-of-58) of their field goal attempts. Defensively, the Bulldogs forced 18 turnovers with nine of them resulting in steals while also outrebounding SJSU 37-29. The Spartans were led by Wil Carter’s 17 points and eight rebounds. Matt Ballard came off the bench and pulled down seven rebounds. D.J. Brown paced the team with four assists while Keith Shamburger, the WAC leader in assist, was held to three assists and turned the ball over four times but did lead the Spartans with three steals on the night. San Jose State was held to 34.7 percent (17-of-49) shooting including 25.0 percent (4-for-16) from threepoint range but made 11-of-15 (73.3 percent) from the free throw line.

Game 29 Louisiana Tech 84, Hawai’i 64 2/25/12, Ruston, La. RUSTON, La. - On senior day in the Thomas Assembly Center, senior guard Trevor Gaskins scored a game-high 22 points, dished out a career-high eight assists and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Louisiana Tech to an 84-67 win over Hawaii Saturday afternoon. The Bulldogs improve to 15-14 and 5-7 in the Western Athletic Conference while the Rainbow Warriors are now 15-13 overall and 6-6 in conference play. Gaskins rebounding total equaled his career-best while his points tied a season-high he set in the second game of the season at UT-Arlington. Tech fell behind 9-1 four minutes into the contest with the Bulldogs’ lone point coming on a free throw from Gaskins. A 7-0 run in a little over a minute pulled Tech to within one at the 14:44 mark of the first half. Hawaii responded by pushing their advantage to 24-18 on a Zane Johnson three-pointer with just under nine minutes until halftime. The Bulldogs took the lead in the contest 29-28 with 6:56 on the clock when sophomore guard Cordarius Johnson made a three-pointer on an assist from fellow classmate Kenyon McNeail. Freshman forward Michale Kyser came up with a big plays on the defensive and offensive ends of the

court about a minute and a half later when he blocked a shot from Vander Joaquim, grabbed the rebound and then finished the fastbreak with an alley-oop dunk on a pass from freshman guard Kenneth Smith. Tech stretched their first period lead to eight on two free throws from Gaskins with 7.5 seconds until halftime. The Rainbow Warriors’ Bobby Miles took the inbound pass and drove coast-to-coast for a layup with about two second left on the clock to cut the Bulldogs halftime advantage to 42-36. After junior guard Brandon Gibson made a threepoint basket 20 seconds into the second half to push Tech’s lead to nine, Hawaii’s Zane Johnson scored five straight points to make the score 45-41 in favor of LA Tech at the 18:01 mark. The Bulldogs responded with a 16-0 run over the next 6:03 to take a 20-point advantage, their largest of the game. Senior forward Romario Souza and freshman guard Raheem Appleby both scored four points apiece during the run. Hawaii came back to pull within single-digits, 6557, with just over six minutes to play when Jeremiah Ostrowski made two free throws. McNeail hit a three-pointer on the next possession while at the same time near mid-court, Joaquim was called for a foul away from the play that sent Kyser to the free throw line to shot 1-and-1. Kyser made both shots at the charity stripe to give LA Tech an extremely rare five-point play. That was the beginning of an 11-0 run from the Bulldogs which was capped off by a three-pointer from McNeail to push their lead to 76-57 with 3:52 to go in the contest. A layup from Garrett Jefferson cut the LA Tech advantage to 12 with just over a minute to play before the Bulldogs ended the game by scoring six of the final seven points. Gaskins shot 5-for-15 from the field including 4-of10 from beyond the arc and made 8-of-9 free throw attempts while Gibson added 16 points and grabbed six rebounds. Souza finished his final home game with six points while going 4-for-6 from the charity stripe, grabbed three rebounds, blocked a shot and was credited with a steal. The Tech freshman season records for assists and blocks were both tied as Smith dished out four assists and Kyser blocked two shots on the afternoon. As a team, the Bulldogs shot 44.6 percent (25-of56) from the field including 45.8 percent (11-for-24) from three-point range. They went 23-for-31 (74.5 percent) from the free throw line, both a season-high in attempts and makes. The Rainbow Warriors were led by Joaquim who recorded a double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Ostrowski came close to a double-double of his own with 10 assists, a game-high, and seven rebounds. Zane Johnson contributed with 11 points as he made three shots from beyond the arc. Hawaii made 43.6 percent (24-of-55) of their field goal attempts but only made 5-of-15 from three-point range.

Game 30 Louisiana Tech 75, Fresno State 70 3/1/12, Fresno, Calif. FRESNO, Calif. - Behind a game-high 16 points from senior Trevor Gaskins and junior Brandon Gibson’s


Game 31 Nevada 79, Louisiana Tech 69 3/3/12, Reno, Nev. RENO, Nev. - Senior Romario Souza had a team-

high 15 points and six rebounds as Louisiana Tech fell short against Nevada 79-69 in the Lawlor Events Center Saturday night in the regular season finale for both teams. With the loss, the Bulldogs are now 16-15 and 6-8 in the Western Athletic Conference while the Wolf Pack increase their record to 25-5 overall and 13-1 in the conference. Tech fell behind 9-5 just over five minutes into the first half on a Deonte Burton jumper in the lane. A threepointer from sophomore Cordarius Johnson and a layup by senior Trevor Gaskins gave the Bulldogs a one-point lead at the 13:41 mark. After trading the lead a couple of times, Nevada pulled ahead 25-18 with just under four minutes until halftime. The Bulldogs would end the period on a 11-2 run that was capped off by freshman Kenneth Smith threepointer with two seconds on the clock. During the run, Johnson scored four points with two coming at the free throw line. A fastbreak layup from Souza put Tech up 37-31, their largest of the contest, three and a half minutes into the second half. The Wolf Pack pulled to within one with 14:42 on the clock on a layup from Patrick Nyeko. On the next possession, Gaskins made a three-pointer off of a pass from Smith to put the Bulldogs up 45-41. An alley-oop dunk by Cordarius Johnson pushed Tech’s advantage to five with just over 11 minutes to play. Nevada responded with 21-5 run over the next 6:17 to go up 67-56. They would extend their lead to as much as 13 with a little over four and a half minutes left in the game. Six points from Souza helped the Bulldogs cut the deficit to seven with 3:06 on the clock which would be as close as LA Tech would get as the Wolf Pack scored eight of the final 13 points of the half. Gaskins scored 13 points, 11 of which came in the second half, while freshman Raheem Appleby added 10 points. Johnson contributed 12 points off the bench including two three-pointers. Smith dished out six assists while turning the ball over only one time and had a game-high three steals. Freshman Michale Kyser blocked three shots including two on one possession. The Bulldogs shot 44.1 percent (26-59) from the field including 42.1 percent (8-19) from three-point range. Defensively, they forced 19 turnovers with 10 coming as the results of steals. Deonte Burton had a game-high 20 points and seven assists while Dario Hunt recorded a double-double with 16 points and 14 rebounds. Jerry Evans and Malik Story contributed 13 and 11 points, respectively. Nevada shot 52.7 percent (29-55) on field goal attempts and 46.2 percent (6-13) from beyond the arc. They blocked six shots and outrebounded Tech 48-21.

Game 32 Louisiana Tech 72, Utah State 70 3/8/12, Las Vegas, Nev. LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Utah State’s Preston Medlin failed to get a shot attempt off in the final four seconds of the game as Louisiana Tech hung on to beat the Aggies 72-70 Thursday night at the Orleans Arena in the quarterfinals of the Western Athletic Conference Tour-

nament. “It is great to win in the conference tournament and I’m excited for our guys,” said head coach Michael White. “It makes it a little more special doing it against such a great program like Utah State. Our whole team effort was spearheaded by Trevor Gaskins as he did an unbelievable job out there tonight.” The Bulldogs improve to 17-15 on the year while Utah State falls to 17-15. A three-pointer from freshman Raheem Appleby gave Tech their largest lead of the game 58-47 with 8:34 to play in the second half. The Aggies chipped away at the Bulldogs advantage and were able to pull within two with less than a minute to play. Brokeith Pane went 1-for-2 at the free throw line with nine second on the clock to cut Tech’s lead to 7170. Senior Trevor Gaskins was fouled after catching the inbound pass making his first throw attempt but missing on his second with 4.1 seconds remaining. Medlin took a pass from Kyisean Reed and drove up the court but Medlin was heavily guarded by Gaskins as time ran out before a shot was attempted. LA Tech started the game on a 10-0 run over through the first 4:20 that was capped off by a steal and dunk by junior Brandon Gibson. Senior Romario Souza scored six of the Bulldogs’ points during the scoring streak. After Utah State called a timeout, they responded with a 20-3 run over the next 5:25 that was ended by one of sophomore Cordarius Johnson’s two three-point field goals. Gibson tied the contest at 24-24 with his lone three-pointer of the contest a little over seven minutes until intermission. With the Bulldogs down one, Gaskins made a three-point field goal at the 3:13 mark to give Tech a 30-28 lead, their first in over eight minutes. The Aggies scored the next five points of the game to go up by two with a little less than two and a half minutes until halftime. Appleby made his only three-point attempt of the period and Johnson converted two free throw attempts as Tech took a 35-32 lead into intermission. “Our whole team effort was spearheaded by Trevor Gaskins,” White said. “He did an unbelievable job out there tonight.” Gaskins and Souza both scored a team-high 16 points while Appleby and Gibson added 13 points apiece. Gibson and Souza each grabbed a game-best seven rebounds. Gaskins dished out five assists with freshman Kenneth Smith handing out four assists as well. The Bulldogs shot 52.9 percent (27-51) from the field and 47.1 percent (8-17) on three-point attempts while blocking two shots and creating five steals defensively. Danny Berger scored a game-high 17 points while Brockeith Pane and Ben Clifford chipped in with 13 and 12 points, respectively. Clifford also pulled down a teambest six rebounds as Berger had three steals. Medlin, Utah State’s leading scorer, was held to just six points on 1-of-7 shooting but did dish out a game-high eight assists. In his previous three games, Medlin was averaging around 26 points per game. The Aggies went 22-for-48 (45.8 percent) from the field including four three-pointers. At the charity stripe they made 81.5 percent (22-27) of the shots.

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double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds, Louisiana Tech defeated Fresno State 75-70 Thursday night at the Save Mart Center. The victory was the fourth for an opposing team in Fresno this season and the first Western Athletic Conference program to win that did not go into extra periods. Tech improves to 16-14 overall and 6-7 in the Western Athletic Conference while Fresno dropped to 13-18 and 3-10 in conference play. LA Tech scored 13 straight points with Gaskins scored eight straight points to cap off the run after starting the game behind 3-2. Fresno pulled to within 15-8 at the 12:17 mark on a free throw by Jerry Brown. Tech then scored 10 of the next 13 points over the next 3:54 as sophomore Cordarius Johnson had five of the Bulldogs points. Tech stretched their lead to 37-15, their largest of the game, with 3:56 to go until halftime after two free throws from Gibson. Fresno State went on an 8-0 before a layup by freshman Michale Kyser ended LA Tech’s scoreless streak with just over 41 second to play in the half. The California-based Bulldogs came out hot to on the offensive end to start the second half as they made their five of their first six shots including two three-point field goals. After Fresno pulled to within 44-37 LA Tech doubled their lead that was capped off by a three-pointer from freshman Raheem Appleby. With 7:13 to play in the game, Fresno’s Jonathan Wills converted a three-point play as Tech’s lead dropped to 57-53. Freshman Kenneth Smith started a 9-0 run for LA Tech over the next four minutes with a three-pointer on the next possession. During the run, Gibson went 4-for-4 from the charity stripe. In the final minute of play, Tech’s advantage was cut to six on a three-pointer from Fresno’s Wills. Appleby made two free throws to put LA Tech up 75-67 with a little over 23 seconds left in the game. Kevin Olekaibe hit a three-pointer with 0.3 left on the clock to make the score 75-70 in favor of Tech as the Bulldogs picked up their third road win in conference play. Along with Gaskins and Gibson, Appleby added 15 points and senior Romario Souza contributed with 12 points as well. Johnson had a team-high four assists and two steals while Gibson and Smith had three assists apiece. In the contest, Smith and Kyser both set the freshman program record for assists and blocks in a season, respectively. LA Tech shot 52.1 percent (25-48) from the field and 50 percent (8-16) from three-point range for the game. Fresno State was led by Wills’ 16 points and eight rebounds while Garret Johnson and Tyler Johnson added 12 and 10 points, respectively. Steven Shepp dished out a game-high seven assists without turning the ball over. As a team, they made 40.7 percent (24-59) of their shots including 36.4 percent (8-22) on three-point attempts. Fresno State outrebounded Tech 35-32 and 13-5 on the offensive glass.

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Game 33 Louisiana Tech 78, Nevada 73 3/9/12, Las Vegas, Nev. LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Three Louisiana Tech players scored in double-figures, led by senior Trevor Gaskins’ 21 points, as the Bulldogs defeated Nevada 78-73 Friday night at the Orleans Arena. With the victory, Tech advances to the Western Athletic Conference Tournament Finals for the first time in program history. LA Tech improved to 18-15 while the Wolf Pack drops to 26-6. The Bulldogs fell behind 55-53 after three free throws on two consecutive Nevada possessions with over 11 minutes to play in the game. A layup from freshman Kenneth Smith tied the contest on Tech’s next possession after falling behind. Nevada took their final lead of the game after Malik Story made the last of his five three-pointers with 2:53 to play to put the Wolf Pack up 71-69. The Bulldogs responded with a 7-0 run over the next 2:41 as freshman Kenneth Smith went 3-for-4 at the charity stripe. Jerry Evans Jr. cut Tech’s advantage to three with 12 second on the clock with a layup after senior Romario

Souza blocked a three-point attempt from Kevin Panzer. Gaskins was fouled after receiving the inbound pass and nailed his two free throw attempts to seal the victory for the Bulldogs. Two three-pointers from junior Brandon Gibson and one by freshman Raheem Appleby helped the Bulldogs start the game ahead 13-6 a little over three minutes into the contest. Nevada went on a 10-3 run to tie the contest with 13:26 on the clock. Tech responded with a 18-3 run of their own to go up 34-19, the Bulldogs’ largest lead of the game, with over eight minutes left in the period that was capped off by a three-pointer from sophomore Kenyon McNeail. Deonte Burton, the WAC Player of the Year, made his lone three-point field goal with 21 seconds on the clock to cut the Bulldog’s lead to 42-39 at halftime. Along with Gaskins, Appleby and Souza also reached double-figures in scoring with 17 and 16 points, respectively. Souza went a perfect 6-for-6 at the free throw line and Appleby made 6-of-8 attempts at the charity stripe as well. Smith scored nine points, all of which came in the second half, and broke Tech’s record for steals by a freshman with three steals in the contest. He surpassed Gerrod Henderson’s mark of 40 that was set in the 199899 season. Gaskins and Smith both grabbed a team-high five rebounds while Gaskins dished out four assists. The Bulldogs shot 53.1 percent (26-49) from the field including 66.7 percent (16-24) in the first half. They also made seven of their first eight three-point attempts and went 18-for-22 (81.8 percent) at the free throw line. Dario Hunt recorded a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds, nine of which came on the offensive end, and Story scored 21 points for the Wolf Pack. Olek Czyz and Evans also added 18 and 10 points, respectively. Burton dished out a game-high five assists while Hunt blocked two shots. Nevada made 41.3 percent (26-63) of the shots including 39.1 percent (9-23) from beyond the arc. The Wolf Pack did outrebound LA Tech 37-27 including 19-5 on the offensive glass.

Game 34 New Mexico State 82, Louisiana Tech 57 3/10/12, Las Vegas, Nev. LAS VEGAS, Nev. - In the program’s first Western Athletic Conference Championship game, Louisiana Tech fell 82-57 to New Mexico State Saturday night at the Orleans Arena as senior Trevor Gaskins tied his careerhigh with 24 points. The Bulldogs are 18-16 while the Aggies are now 26-9 and move onto the NCAA Tournament after earning the conference’s automatic bid. Tech struggled in the first half as they shot only 25.0 percent (9-36) from the field and missed all 10 of their three-point attempts. New Mexico State on the other hand went 17-for-31 (54.8 percent) on their field goal attempts and outrebounded Tech 30-15 as the Aggies took a 38-20 lead into halftime. After NMSU stretched their lead to 31 nearly seven minutes into the second period, the Bulldogs fought back to get within 67-46 with 3:55 to play on an oldfashion three-point play from Gaskins.

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That would be as close as the Bulldogs would get as NMSU came away with the victory. Gaskins was a perfect 11-of-11 at the free throw line which is tied for the seventh best in program history with former Bulldog Victor King who accomplished the feat against Centenary on Dec. 27, 1978. Freshman Raheem Appleby also reached doublefigures in scoring with 15 on 7-of-15 shooting. Junior Brandon Gibson grabbed a team-high seven rebounds while freshman Michale Kyser blocked three shots. LA Tech shot 32.8 percent (20-61) from the field for the game and made just three three-pointers. Wendell McKines recorded a double-double with a game-high 27 points and 14 rebounds. Tyrone Watson and Daniel Mulling both scored 12 points apiece as well. Hernst Laroche dished out six assists and Hamidu Rahman had three blocks on the night. New Mexico State shot 55.9 percent (33-59) from the field and scored 56 of their 82 points in the paint. On the glass, the Aggies outrebounded the Bulldogs 46-27 including 33-16 on the defensive boards. Appleby and Gaskins were both named to the alltournament team after their performances in the tournament.


BULLDOG HISTORY

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Record: 61-50 (.550) Coaches: R.C. Kenny (1925-26); Robert S. Wynn (1926-30) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (192530)/1926-27, 1927-28) Louisiana Tech began its collegiate basketball history during the 1925-26 season under the direction of the school’s first basketball coach R. C. Kenny. Kenny, who was the football coach for the 1925 season, guided the Bulldogs during the inaugural season. The Bulldogs dropped their first two collegiate contests to Centenary before picking up the school’s first win with a victory over Louisiana College. Although some of the scores during that season were unrecorded, the Bulldogs did finish the season with a 7-7 record. Coach Robert S. Wynn became the second coach in Louisiana Tech history when he took over the Bulldogs during the 1926-27 season. Wynn coached for five seasons and collected a 61-55 career record. In his first season he led the Bulldogs to their first winning season and first conference championship as Louisiana Tech won the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association championship in only its second year of existence. Under Wynn, the Bulldogs repeated as SIAA champs the next season, posting a 15-10 record during the 1927-28 season. The 15 wins would stand as the most victories in a season by a Bulldog team until 1945-46. Tech closed out the decade finishing 12-13 in 1928-29 and 13-12 during the 1929-30 season. During that last season, Louisiana Tech picked up its 50th win with a victory over Shreveport “Y”.

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As Louisiana Tech roars deeper into the new millennium, the Bulldog basketball program can look back to its humble beginnings, to the successes of today and the many memories in between. The Louisiana Tech Bulldog basketball team won its first game in 1925 and collected the school’s 1,000th victory during the 2000-01 season. Tech has gathered 19 20-win seasons, 19 conference championships, six NCAA appearances and six NIT appearances. The program has produced 737 all-conference players, nine conference Players of the Year and 15 conference Coaches of the Year. Success hasn’t been easy for Louisiana Tech, but the coaches and the players that helped build the Bulldog program know that the hard work has been well worth the effort. The Bulldog basketball team knows it will keep alive Louisiana Tech’s biggest tradition, SUCCESS!

1930-1940

Record: 84-89 (.486) Coaches: Robert S. Wynn (1930-31); Hal Lee (1931-34); L.P. McLane (193436); Herb Duggins (1936-40) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1930-39); Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Membership (1939-40) The 1930’s was the roughest decade for the Bulldog basketball program. The .486 winning percentage during that time is the lowest in Tech history. Despite the losing record, the Bulldogs still managed five winning seasons during the decade. Wynn coached his last season in 1930-31, guiding the Bulldogs to a 7-12 record. Coach Hal Lee took over the program from 1931-34. Tech went 4-9 in his first season, but he quickly guided the team to consecutive winning seasons with 8-4 and 12-6 records. Coach L. P. McLane took over the basketball program from 1934-36 and totalled a 26-12 record. McLane also served as the school’s football coach from 1934-38. Among Tech’s victories during his tenure was the school’s 100th victory, a 36-19 win over Louisiana College. In 1936, Coach Herb Duggins became the fifth coach in Louisiana Tech

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Jackie Moreland 1957-58 UPI 2nd Team 1958-59 UPI 1st Team 1959-60 UPI 1st Team NAIA 1st Team

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history and guided the team for four seasons. The Bulldogs had two consecutive losing seasons during Duggins’ first two years but rebounded to go 10-8 in 1938-39. In 1939, Louisiana Tech joined the Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference and under Coach Duggins, went 5-17 in their first season in the new league.

1940-1950

Record: 89-74 (.546) Coaches: Cecil Crowley (1940-42; 1945-50); Joe Aillet (1944-45) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference (1940-48)/1941-42, 1946-48; Gulf State Conference (1948-50) The 1940’s ushered in a new era in Louisiana Tech men’s basketball history as Coach Cecil Crowley, the winningest coach in the program’s history, led the Bulldogs to four conference championships. Crowley coached for two seasons, winning the LIC in year two in 1941-42 with a 13-8 record. The program was discontinued for two seasons, 1942-43 and 194344 because of World War II. When the games resumed, football coach Joe Aillet took over the program for one season, guiding the Bulldogs to a 5-12 record in 1944-45. Crowley returned for the 1945-46 season and would remain head coach of the Bulldogs until 1964. Crowley immediately picked up where he left off and led Louisiana Tech to three straight conference championships. During the 1947-48 season, the Bulldogs picked up the school’s 200th victory with a 56-46 win over Mississippi College. In 1948, Louisiana Tech became a part of the Gulf States Conference, posting an 11-11 record their first season and an 11-9 record in 1949-50. Crowley still remains at the top of the Louisiana Tech coaching list for career wins. During his 21 seasons, the All- American most ever by a Louisiana Tech basketball coach, Crowley led the Bulldogs to eight conference championships. Although some of the records are missing, at least 1958-59 two Bulldogs, Tom Herrin and George Latham, were named AP Honorable All-Conference.

Ray Germany

1950-1960

Record: 150-103 (.593) Coaches: Cecil Crowley (1950-60) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: Gulf State Conference (1950-60)/1952-53, 1954-55, 1958-59

Mention UPI Honorable Mention 1959-60 NAIA 2nd Team

Under head coach Cecil Crowley in the 1950’s, the Bulldogs recorded the second highest winning percentage for a decade in the school’s history. In fact, Louisiana Tech only recorded one losing season in the entire decade. The decade also brought in a new facility for the basketball team as Memorial Gym was opened in December of 1952. The Bulldogs opened the building in grand fashion by winning the first game 107-49 over Henderson State, marking the first time a Bulldog team broke the century mark in a single game against a college opponent. Tech captured its first Gulf States Conference championship in the 1952-53 season, going 17-10 and breaking the school record for most wins in a season. Two years later, the 1954-55 team became the school’s first 20 game winner, going 20-10 and capturing another GSC championship. That season, Louisiana Tech captured its 300th win with a 85-55 victory over Centenary. The Bulldogs picked up their second 20-win season in 1958-59 behind the leadership of Tech’s first basketball All-American Jackie Moreland. Moreland led Louisiana Tech to a 21-4 record while averaging 21.1 points a game. Moreland was named first team All-American in 1958-59 and 1959-60, and later went on to play in the NBA with the Detroit Pistons. Teammate Ray Germany was named honorable mention All-American in 1958-59 and was named to the second team in 1959-60. During the era, Louisiana Tech had 11 players earn All-Gulf States Conference honors, while Crowley earned two GSC Coach of the Year awards.

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1960-1970

Record: 124-113 (.523) Coaches: Cecil Crowley (1960-64); Scotty Robertson (1964-70) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: Gulf State Conference (1960-70)/1963- 64, 1966-67, 1969-70

1970-1980

All- American

Mike McConathy 1975-76 AP Honorable Mention

Record: 152-105 (.591) Coaches: Scotty Robertson (1970-74); Emmett Hendricks (1974-77); J.D. Barnett (1977-79); Andy Russo (1979-80) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: Gulf State Conference (197071)/1970-71; Southland Conference (1971-80)/1975-76

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The Bulldog teams of the 1960’s brought forth three conference championships and all-conference players like Jerry Hood, George Corley and former Lady Techsters’ head coach Leon Barmore. The decade started on a bad note as the Bulldogs had three consecutive losing seasons, the longest stretch in Louisiana Tech history. Along the way, Tech gathered its 400th school victory with a 68-64 win over Ole Miss. The Bulldogs rebounded during the 1963-64 season, the last under Coach Cecil Crowley, to win the school’s fourth Gulf States Conference championship. Louisiana Tech found a worthy successor to Crowley when it named Scotty Robertson as the school’s eighth head coach. Robertson coached from 1964-74 and gathered a 161-86 record at Tech. In 1966-67, Robertson’s third season at the helm, the Bulldogs collected their third 20-win season and picked up another GSC championship with a 20-8 record. The squad also became the first Louisiana Tech team to play in the NCAA Tournament The Bulldogs ended the decade on a good note by winning their sixth GSC title during the 1969-70 season while being led by a freshman named Mike Green, who would later go on to set most of Louisiana Tech’s offensive records. That season, the Bulldogs also picked up their 500th win with a 100-84 defeat of Texas A&M. Fifteen Bulldogs earned All-Gulf States Conference honors, while Moreland was named the Conference Player of the Year in the 1969-70 season. Crowley picked up his third Coach of the Year award in the 1963-64 season while Robertson earned his first during the 1966-67 campaign.

Under the guidance of Coach Scotty Robertson and behind the play of Mike Green, the Bulldogs opened the 1970’s with a bang. The 1970-71 squad picked up another 20-win season, the school’s fourth, going 23-5. The squad also became the second Louisiana Tech team to play in the NCAA Tournament. In 1971, Louisiana Tech became a member of the Southland Conference and celebrated the inaugural season of the league by picking up the school’s fifth 20-win season with a 23-3 record. Mike Green returned for his senior season in 1972-73 and helped lead the Bulldogs to an 18-8 record while averaging a school record 30.9 points per game. His efforts that season earned him the AP Player of the Year honors and first team All-American status. Green left Louisiana Tech having scored 2,340 points, a record that still stands today. The 6-10 senior, who was chosen by the Seattle Supersonics, was the fourth overall player selected in the NBA draft in 1973. In 1974, Coach Emmett Hendricks became the ninth coach in school history. In his second season, Louisiana Tech claimed its second Southland Conference championship behind the leadership of Mike McConathy. McConathy was named honorable mention All-American that season and finished his career second in points scored with 2,033, behind only Green. With a 89-84 win over Arkansas State that season, Louisiana Tech picked up the school’s 600th victory. Coach J. D. Barnett took over the Bulldog program in 1977 to become the school’s 10th head coach. After a 6-21 season in his first year, Barnett guided Louisiana Tech in 1978-79 to the second biggest turnaround in school history. The 1978-79 squad finished the season 17-8, an 11 game win difference over the previous sea-

son. In 1979, one of the most successful coaches in the school’s history took over the program. Coach Andy Russo became Louisiana Tech’s 11th men’s basketball head coach and during the next six seasons he won 69 percent of his games. In his first season, the last of the decade, Russo led the Bulldogs to a 17-10 record. The 1970’s saw 18 Bulldog players named to the all-conference team, with Green and McConathy earning Southland Conference Player of the Year awards. In 1978-79, Joe Ivory won SLC Newcomer of the Year. Coach Robertson grabbed his second Coach of the Year award, Coach Hendricks took two during the decade and Coach Barnett claimed one.

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Record: 212-93 (.695) Coaches: Andy Russo (1980-85); Tommy Eagles (1985-89); Jerry Loyd (1989- 90) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: Southland Conference (1980-87)/1984-85, 1986-87; America South Conference (1987-90)/1987-88, 1989-90

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Mike Green

There is no doubt that the 1980’s were the premier decade in the history of the Louisiana Tech men’s basketball program. The 1980-81 season was just the beginning as the Bulldogs picked up their sixth 20-win season with a 20-10 record. After an 11-16 record during the 1981-82 season, Louisiana Tech was ready to see something new. Louisiana Tech constructed a new basketball arena, the Thomas Assembly Center that was completed and ready for the 1982-83 season. Fans were also anticipating the arrival of a new player, Karl Malone, who would also be ready to play that season. Louisiana Tech would lose the very first game in the TAC but it quickly became home for the team as the Bulldogs rattled off 40 straight home wins following the loss. Malone would also make an impression, leading the team to a 19-9 record while being named All-American honorable mention. The Bulldogs also picked up the school’s 700th victory with a 59-39 win over Texas-Pan American. Malone and company took the Bulldogs to new heights during the 1983-84 season, guiding the team to a 26-7 record, the Southland tournament title and a berth to the NCAA Tournament. Louisiana Tech defeated Fresno State in the first round of the tournament before squaring off against Houston’s Phi Slamma Jamma led by Akeem Olajuwon. Malone scored 18 points but the Bulldogs fell short 77-69 to the eventual national runner-up. Again, Malone was named honorable mention All-American. The 1984-85 season will go down as one of the school’s greatest seasons as the Bulldogs notched a 29-3 record, the best in Louisiana Tech history. The Bulldogs again won the Southland Conference championship and received a berth to the NCAA Tournament. Tech won its first round game 78-54 over Pittsburgh and defeated Ohio State 79-67 in the second game to advance to the Midwest Regional to face No. 1 seed Oklahoma. The Bulldogs forced the Sooners to overtime but Oklahoma’s Wayman Tisdale sank a last second shot in the extra period to win the game 86-84. Malone was named second team All-American and was drafted in the first round of the NBA draft by the Utah Jazz. Coach Russo and Malone were gone after the 1984-85 season but in walked Tech’s 12th head coach Tommy Eagles and next superstar Randy White. In 1985-86, the Bulldogs continued their success with a 20-14 record, their third 20-win season in a row. Louisiana Tech made it to the postseason again with an invitation to the NIT. The Bulldogs knocked off Northern Arizona, McNeese State and Providence on the way to the NIT Final Four in New York. Playing at Madison Square Garden, Louisiana Tech dropped a 79-66 decision to Ohio State but rebounded in the consolation game with a 67-62 victory over Florida. 1970-71 Louisiana Tech won its second conference UPI 2nd Team championship during the 1986-87 season. The Bulldogs went 22-8 for their 10th 20-win season AP Honorable Mention and the fourth consecutive. Tech advanced to the 1971-71 NCAA Tournament for the third time in four years. Basketball News 1st Team During the season, the school grabbed its 800th win with a 67-62 victory over Lamar. USBCA 2st Team The 1987-88 season brought a new conferAP 4th Team ence as the Bulldogs joined the America South 1972-73 Conference. Louisiana Tech won the championship in its first season, collecting a 22-9 record AP Player of the Year and receiving another invitation to the NIT. USBCA 1st Team The Bulldogs continued their 20-win streak the next season, going 23-9 with wins over Fresno Universal Sports 1st Team State and LSU. Tech won the America South Basketball News 1st Team Tournament and received an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, its sixth trip. Tech defeated LaSalle 83-74 but lost in the second round to Oklahoma. White would be named honorable mention All-American for his efforts and was drafted in the first round of the NBA draft by the Dallas Mavericks. The last year of the decade would usher in a new coach, Coach Jerry Loyd, Tech’s 13th head coach. Tech continued its winning ways, posting a 20-8 record and winning the school’s


1990-2000

Records: 145-139 (.511) Coaches: Jerry Loyd (1990-94); Jim Wooldridge (1994-98); Keith Richard (1998-00) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: America South Conference (199091)/1990-91; Sun Belt Conference (1991-00)/1991-92,1998-99

All- American

Karl Malone

1982-83 Sporting News Honorable Mention 1983-84 Sporting News Honorable Mention 1984-85 NABC 2nd Team AP Honorable Mention Sporting News Honorable Mention

Louisiana Tech continued its dominance in the early 1990’s by going 21-10 and capturing the America South Tournament Championship during the 1990-91 season. The Bulldogs again advanced to the NCAA Tournament, the sixth time in school history. The 1991-92 season marked a new conference for the Bulldogs as Louisiana Tech became a member of the Sun Belt Conference. Tech started the league on a good note by winning the league title with a 23-8 record, their ninth consecutive 20-win season. The NIT awaited the team that season to bring their postseason appearances to nine straight years as well. The Bulldogs also gathered their 900th win with a 76-62 victory over Jackson State that season. But the string of consecutive 20-win season and postseason appearances would end the next season as the Bulldogs suffered their biggest decline, dropping to a 7-21 record. The 1993-94 season would be the lowest point in the decline as Tech finished the year 2-25, the lowest win total in school history. In 1994, Coach Jim Wooldridge became Louisiana Tech’s 14th head coach and immediately began to reconstruct the program. In his first season, Wooldridge guided the Bulldogs to the biggest turnaround in school history, picking up a 14-13 record, a 12-game improvement over the previous season. For the next few years under Wooldridge’s guidance, Louisiana Tech became competitive again. During the 1996-97 season, the Bulldogs played in the SBC Tournament final on ESPN, falling just short with a one point loss. In 1998, Louisiana Tech named Coach Keith Richard as the school’s 15th head coach. Richard immediately guided the Bulldogs back to another Sun Belt Championship with a 19-9 record, the first league title since the 199192 season. The 1999-2000 season would go a step further as Louisiana Tech collected its 16th 20-win season with a 21-8 record. The season would also be monumental because the Bulldogs picked up the program’s 1000th victory with a 85-62 win over Nicholls State. Twelve Bulldogs earned all-conference honors during the decade with Ron Ellis and Gerrod Henderson picking up Player of the Year awards. Derek Smith and Antonio Meeking received Freshman of the Year awards while Ellis and Craig Jackson picked up Newcomer of the Year honors. Coach Richard earned Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year honors during the 1998-99 season.

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fourth conference championship of the decade. The Bulldogs also played in the postseason in the NIT, the seventh year in a row that Louisiana Tech played after the regular season. All in all, the 1980’s produced eight 20-win seasons, seven post season appearances, four conference championships and two AllAmericans. Seven of the 20-win seasons were consecutive as were all seven of the postseason appearances. During the decade of the 80’s, 16 players made the all-conference team, with Malone, White and Willie Simmons all earning conference Player of the Year awards. Malone and Reggie Gibbs picked up Newcomer of the Year awards during the decade. Coach Russo earned three Coach of the Year honors, Coach Eagles gathered two and Coach Loyd received one during that period.

2000-10

Records: 96-85 (.570) Coaches: Keith Richard (2000-07); Kerry Rupp (2007-present) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: Sun Belt Conference (2000-01); Western Athletic Conference (2001-present)

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Louisiana Tech carried its winning tradition into the new millenium with a 17-12 record in the school’s last season in the Sun Belt Conference. That successful campaign gave the Bulldogs three consecutive winning seasons for the first time since the 1989 through 1992 seasons. The 2000-01 Bulldogs also become the first team in school history to record 10 or more conference wins in three consecutive seasons. Head Coach Keith Richard left the Sun Belt Conference with the sixth best all-time winning percentage in the league’s history. His teams also won more conference games during his tenure that any other team in the league. Following the 2000-01 season the Bulldogs jumped over to the Western Athletic Conference with successful results. The Bulldogs roared to a 22-10 mark, winning a Tech record 14 conference games to finish third in the WAC. The team advanced to the postseason for the first time since the 1991-92 season by accepting a NIT bid. The NIT invitation wasn’t enough for the Bulldogs, who hosted UL-Lafayette in the first round and cruised to a 83-63 win over the Ragin’ Cajuns. The Bulldogs followed with an 83-68 win over Vanderbilt, marking the season’s second win over a Southeastern Conference opponent after the Bulldogs recorded an earlier win at Auburn. Tech’s home win over Vanderbilt set up a road match at perrenial powerhouse Villanova. The Bulldogs trailed early but tightened things up late to set up a dramatic finish. Tech trailed by three points as senior Gerrod Henderson, renowned for his last-minute heroics, had the opportunity to tie the game at the buzzer. Henderson’s shot was on line but hit the front of the rim as Tech’s season ended with the 67-64 loss. Two years ago a rollercoaster of a season saw the Bulldogs ride both winning and losing streaks on the way to a 12-15 finish. The team dropped its final five games after winning seven straight, making the Bulldogs hungry to turn things around the following season with a mixture of new and inexperienced Bulldogs. That inexperience resulted in a 15-15 mark for Tech in 2003-04, but the emergence of WAC Freshman of the Year Paul Millsap, who led the NCAA in rebounds with 12.5 per game, gave the Bulldogs a bright future as more experience and talent was added to the team. Richard dubbed that season “a successful rebuilding year,” but the Bulldogs ended the 2004-05 season with a mediocre 14-15 overall record and fourth-place in the WAC at 9-9. Six seasons into the decade, a Bulldog has been honored as an all-conference player following each campaign. Gerrod Henderson represented Tech on two consecutive all-league teams while Darrian Brown earned Western Athletic Conference Newcomer of the Year accolades following the 2001-02 seasons. Two years ago Antonio “Tiger” Meeking was named a first-team All-WAC selection, and Millsap has earned a WAC Freshman of the Year award, second-team All-WAC selection and first-team All-WAC pick. He was also selected as a preseason first-team all-conference player for the 2005-06 season. In 2005-06, Richard took 10 newcomers to the 18th 20-win season in All- American Tech’s history and to a sixth NIT appearance. Millsap also entered himself into the record books as the first athlete in the history of the NCAA to capture the rebounding championship in back-to-back-to-back seasons averaging 13.3 1988-89 boards per game. After electing not to renew Richard’s contract, Louisiana Tech turned to AP Honorable nationally renowned Kerry Rupp to lead the Bulldogs into the future. Rupp comes Mention to Tech from Mike Davis’ staffs in Alabama-Birmingham and Indiana, while also serving under Rick Majerus at Utah. Rupp’s renown comes from his ability to recruit and will look to return Tech to the glory days of the late 70’s and early 80’s.In season three of the Rupp era, the Bulldogs reached heights they hadn’t seen in years with the program’s 19th 20-win season and a spot in the postseason in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Tech got national attention due to their 18-2 start to the season as they earned votes in the AP and ESPN/USA Today Top 25 poll. They dominated games at the TAC going 12-2, the most wins since 2000. Kyle Gibson capped off a remarkable career by finishing 8th on Tech’s all-time scoring list and finished in the top 10 in numerous catagories. He and Magnum Rolle were selected to the all-WAC Second Team. Rupp improved the team’s record by nine wins in back-to-back seasons and in doing so, was named the Coach of the Year in the state by the Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches as well as the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.

Randy White

2010-Present

Records: 12-20 (.735) Coaches: Kerry Rupp (2010-11), Michael White (2011-Present) Conference Affiliation (Years)/Titles: Western Athletic Conference (2011-Present)

The Kerry Rupp era ended on a down note as the 2010-11 squad went 12-20 and won only two conference games, the fewest since joining the Western Athletic Conference in the 2001-02 season. Rupp was relieved of his duties following the season and was replaced by Michael White, the 17th head coach in school history, who had been an assistant at Ole Miss and Jacksonville State. While at Ole Miss, White developed a reputation as one of the top assistant coaches in the country.

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1964-67

• Two-time All Conference selection • Helped lead Tech to its first-ever NCAA Tournament during the 1966-67 season. • Named to the NCAA Midwest Regional All-Tournament team. • One of only three Tech players to break 1,000 career points (1,168) with only three seasons of varsity action. • After his playing career, became the Head Coach of the Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters where he helped claim three national championships and compiled the winningest record (percentage wise) among all Division I coaches (men or women)

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12 BARMORE LEON

1982-85

• Three-time All-American selection • Three-time All-Southland Conference pick • 1982-83 Southland Player of the Year • Led team to three winning seasons, including a Tech best 29-3 record during the 1984-85 season. • Helped to take the Bulldogs to the NCAA Sweet 16 during the 1984-85 season

44 MORELAND JACKIE

1957-60

• Louisiana Tech’s first All-American following the 1957-58 season. • Ended up All-American each season during his three-year career at Louisiana Tech. • Three-time All-Gulf States Conference selection • 1959-60 Gulf States Conference Player of the Year • Led the Bulldogs to just their second 20-win season during the 1958-59 campaign. • Ranks 11th in career scoring (1,491) despite playing just three seasons.

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All-Conference

Randy Alexander

Doug Annison 1994-95

Raheem Appleby

Olu Ashaolu

Bill Bailey

Barney Banks

Leon Barmore

Charlie Bishop

P. J. Brown

Chester Coker

Lonnie Cooper

George Corley

Anthony Dade

Joe Daigle

Ron Ellis

Jackie Fair 1961-62

Charles “Bud” Frye

Ron Futrell 1960-61

Trevor Gaskins

Ray Germany

Robert Godbolt

Mike Green

Brett Guillory

Jap Gullatt

Gerrod Henderson

Joe Abendroth 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64

1965-66 1966-67

1959-60 1960-61

Reggie Gibbs 1989-90

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1977-78

1967-68

1990-91 1991-92

Kyle Gibson 2008-09 2009-10

1990-91 1991-92

1985-86

2011-12

1952-53 1953-54 1954-55

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73

2010-11

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

1989-90

1952-53 1954-55

1968-69 1969-70

2011-12

1956-57

1973-74

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

1955-56 1956-57 1958-59 1959-60

1999-00 2000-01 2001-02


Jerry Hood

Joe Ivory

Craig Jackson

Jim Jenkins

Victor King

Daryl Knight

Jim Knotts

Andy Knowles

George Latham

Elliott Lawrence

Kelvin Lewis

Jerry Lovett

Karl Malone

Jackie Moreland

L. V. Norris

Richard Peek

Ray Penny

Wayne Smith

Jon Stephenson

Jim Tullos 1958-59

1948-49

1955-56 1956-57

1962-63 1963-64 1964-65

1970-71 1971-72

1979-80

1948-49 1949-50

1998-99 1999-00

1974-75

Mike McConathy

Antonio Meeking

Paul Millsap

Magnum Rolle

Dave Simmons

Willie Simmons

Malcolm Smith

Randy White

Billy Wiggins

1974-75 1975-76

2009-10

Crawford Vines 1952-53

2002-03

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

Lawrence “Lanky” Wells 1974-75 1975-76

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

1984-85

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60

1967-68

1971-72

1987-88

1952-53 1953-54 1954-55

1984-85 1985-86

1977-78 1978-79

1950-51 1951-52

1965-66 1966-67

1966-67

1988-89

1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

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Tom Herrin

1962-63

1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56

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All Conference

Western Athletic 2001-02 Gerrod Henderson 2002-03 Antonio Meeking 2003-04 Paul Millsap1 2004-05 Paul Millsap 2005-06 Paul Millsap 2008-09 Kyle Gibson1 2009-10 Kyle Gibson1 Magnum Rolle1 2010-11 Olu Ashaolu2 2011-12 Raheem Appleby1 2011-12 Trevor Gaskins2 1 Second Team 2 Honorable Mention Sun Belt 1991-92 1994-95 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01

Ron Ellis Anthony Dade P. J. Brown Doug Annison Lonnie Cooper Lonnie Cooper Lonnie Cooper Craig Jackson Gerrod Henderson Craig Jackson Gerrod Henderson

America South 1987-88 Randy White 1988-89 Randy White 1989-90 Anthony Dade 1987-88 Kelvin Lewis1 1988-89 Darryl Knight1 1989-90 Brett Guillory1 Reggie Gibbs1 1990-91 Anthony Dade1 P.J. Brown1 Ron Ellis1 1 Second Team Southland 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

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Mike Green Andy Knowles Jim Jenkins1 Mike Green Barney Banks Lanky Wells Mike McConathy1 Elliott Lawrence1 Lanky Wells Mike McConathy Lanky Wells Mike McConathy Randy Alexander Victor King Victor King Dave Simmons1 Joe Ivory Dave Simmons1 Dave Simmons Karl Malone Karl Malone Karl Malone Willie Simmons Wayne Smith1

Robert Godbolt1 1985-86 Wayne Smith1 1986-87 Robert Godbolt Randy White1 1 Second Team

All-Gulf States 1948-49 1949-50 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71

Tom Herrin George Latham L.V. Norris Billy Wiggins Billy Wiggins Ray Germany Jackie Moreland Jackie Moreland Ray Germany Jim Tullos Jackie Moreland Joe Daigle Joe Abendroth Joe Abendroth Joe Abendroth Jerry Hood Jerry Hood Malcolm Smith Charlie Bishop George Corley Mike Green Mike Green

Second & Third Team 1948-49 George Latham 1950-51 Jerry Lovett 1951-52 Jerry Lovett 1952-53 Billy Wiggins L.V. Norris Crawford Vines Chester Coke Bill Bailey 1953-54 Billy Wiggins L.V. Norris Chester Coker 1954-55 Chester Coker Bill Bailey 1955-56 Ray Germany Jim Knotts 1956-57 Charles Frye Jap Gullatt Jim Knotts 1958-59 Charles Frye Jap Gullatt Jim Knotts 1959-60 Ray Germany Joe Daigle 1960-61 Ron Futrel 1961-62 Jackie Fair 1962-63 Ray Penny Jerry Hood 1965-66 Leon Barmore Richard Peek 1966-67 Leon Barmore Richard Peek Jon Stephenson 1969-70 George Corley 1970-71 Andy Knowles

All-NIT

honorable mention

1985-86 Robert Godbolt Wayne Smith

Newcomer of the Year

1982-83 Karl Malone 1989-90 Reggie Gibbs (ASC) 1990-91 Ron Ellis (ASC) 1998-99 Craig Jackson (SBC) 2008-09 Magnum Rolle (WAC) 2011-12 Raheem Appleby (WAC)

All-Defensive Team 2005-06 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Daevod Haskins (WAC) Paul Millsap (WAC) Magnum Rolle (WAC) Magnum Rolle (WAC) Kyle Gibson (WAC) Olu Ashaolu (WAC) Trevor Gaskins (WAC)

All-America

1957-58 Jackie Moreland, UPI Small College, 2nd team 1958-59 Jackie Moreland, UPI Small College, 1st team 1958-59 Ray Germany, AP & UPI honorable mention 1959-60 Jackie Moreland, UPI Small College, 1st team; NAIA, 1st team 1959-60 Ray Germany, NAIA, 2nd team 1970-71  Mike Green, UPI Small College, 2nd team; AP honorable mention 1971-72 Mike Green, Basketball News, 1st team; US Basketball Coaches Assoc., 1st team; AP, 4th team 1972-73 Mike Green, AP Player of the Year; AP, 1st team; USBCA, 1st team; Universal Sports, 1st team; Basketball news, 1st team 1975-76 Mike McConathy, AP honorable mention 1982-83 Karl Malone, Sporting News honorable mention 1983-84 Karl Malone, Sporting News honorable mention 1984-85 Karl Malone, NABC, 2nd team; AP honorable mention; Sporting News honorable mention 1988-89 Randy White; AP,

Coach of the Year

1952-53 Cecil Crowley 1954-55 Cecil Crowley 1963-64 Cecil Crowley 1966-67 Scotty Robertson 1970-71 Scotty Robertson 1970-71 Scotty Robertson 1974-75 Emmett Hendricks (SLC) 1975-76 Emmett Hendricks (SLC) 1978-79 J.D. Barnett (SLC) 1982-83 Andy Russo (SLC) 1983-84 Andy Russo (LSWA) 1984-85 Andy Russo (SLC, LSWA) 1986-87 Tommy Joe Eagles (SLC) 1987-88 Tommy Joe Eagles (ASC) 1989-90 Jerry Loyd (District 8) 1998-99 Keith Richard (SBC, LSWA) 2009-10 Kerry Rupp (LSWA, LABC)

Outstanding Player 1959-60 1972-73 1975-76 1982-83 1987-88 1988-89 1991-92 1999-00

Jackie Moreland (GSC) Mike Green (SLC) Mike McConathy (SLC) Karl Malone (SLC) Randy White (LSWA) Randy White (ASC) Ron Ellis (SBC) Gerrod Henderson (SBC)


Antonio Robinson

Maurice Jackson

Letterwinners Abendroth, Joe 61, 62, 63, 64 Albritton, Scotty 94, 95, 96 Alexander, Ben 56 Alexander, Matt 06 Alexander, Randy 77, 78 Allen, Donnie 62, 63, 64 Allick, Donnell 04, 05 Ames, Larry 75, 76 Ames, Michael 87, 88, 89 Andrews, Milford 53, 54 Annison, Doug 95 Appleby, Raheem 12 Ashaolu, Olu 09, 10, 11

Bagley, Ted 56 Bailes, James Vance 49, 50 Bailey, Bill 52, 53,54, 55 Bailey, Rennie 80, 81, 82, 83, 84 Bain, Harry 65 Baker, Earl 41, 42 Banks, Barney 73, 74 Barham, Curtis 65 Barmore, Leon 65, 66, 67 Barnette, Jodie 50 Barron, Joey 63, 64, 65 Bates, Alwyn 51 Bates, Jimmy 50, 51, 52, 53 Bates, Kenneth 53 Bell, Maurice 96 Bennett, Ken 79 Berhe, Yonas 09 Bertrand, Robert 49, 50, 51, 52 Besneyrigo, Carlos 97 Bishop, Charlie 67, 68, 69, 70 Bland, Willie 85, 86 Boatner, Billy 59, 60, 61 Boddie, Roy 51 Bond, Ryan 93, 94, 95, 96 Bond, Tommy 61 Booth, Ray 42, 47, 48 Bossard, Mike 72, 73 Bowman, Eldon 87, 88, 90, 91 Bradshaw, Bob 69, 70, 71 Brandon, Jerry 69, 70, 72 Bray, Jason 05 Bretz, Robert 62, 63, 64 Brewster, Sammy 66, 67

Bridges, Jesse 61, 62, 63 Brown, Curtis 50 Brown, Charlie 86, 87 Brown, Darrian 02, 03 Brown, DeAndre 09, 10 Brown, Eric, 91, 92 Brown, P. J. 89, 90, 91, 92 Buckner, Buzzy 65 Bunton, Ricky 79, 80, 81, 82 Burlew, A. J. 61, 62

Campbell, A. 44

Canterbury, Barry 68, 69 Carlisle, H. 46 Carlisle, Randy 76 Carr, Fred 94 Carroll, Harold 46, 47, 48, 49 Cavanaugh, Joe 41 Chambers, Marlon 98 Clark, JC 08 Cleveland, Gunzell 78, 79 Clinton, David 42, 47 Close, Phil 78 Cobb, William 41, 42 Cochran, Joel 75, 77 Coker, Chester 52, 53, 54, 55 Cole, Marco 00, 01, 02 Coleman, Rico 97 Collins James 73, 74 Collins, Jacques 98 Comby, H. N. 44 Cook, Louis 86, 87 Cooper, Lonnie 96, 97, 98, 99 Cooper, Omar 98, 99, 00 Cordell, F. T. 44 Corley, Clyde 80 Corley, George 68, 69, 70, 71 Cox, Broderick 90 Crain, Ben 82 Cranford, Jim 63, 64 Crawford, Dickie 87, 88, 89, 90 Crow, Jim 73, 74 Crudup, Chris 97 Cunningham, Stanley 93, 94

Dade, Anthony 89, 90, 91, 92 Daigle, Joe 58, 59, 60, 61 Danos, Josh 95

Eric Brown

Davis, Alan 82, 83, 84, 85 Davis, Marcelle 01, 02 Davis, Shawn 92, 93 Davis, Tubby 28 Dawson, Tony 83, 84, 85 Dean, Bud 68, 69, 70 Dean, Corey 03, 04, 05, 06 Deville, Charles 69, 70, 71, 72 Dick, Mark 92, 93 Disy, Harry 06, 07 Dunham, Fred 49, 50, 51 Dupree, Dan 51, 52, 53, 54 Durham, Mike 67, 68, 69, 70 Dye, J. D. 53, 54

Eagles, Jamie 94

Eagles, Tommy Joe 68, 69, 70, 71 Eastep, Doyle 70, 71 Edwards, Bruce 02, 03, 04 Elliott, Marcus 06, 07 Ellis, Ron 91, 92 Emerson, Darryl 85, 86 Ewing, Andre 80, 81, 82 Ewing, Lorenzo 94 Ewing, Terry 65, 66

Failing, John 76, 77

Fair, Jackie 60, 61, 62

antonio

Adam Frank

Farmer, D. N. 44 Farrell, Tom 69 Felton, Lavelle 02, 03 Ferrell, Johnny 79, 80, 81 Fields, (Unknown) 50 Fields, Mark 78, 79 Fisher, Don 42, 46 Floyd, Tim 76 Fontenot, L. J. 53, 54, 55, 56 Forney, Al 74, 75 Foster, Davis 82, 83 Fowler, Jon 98, 99, 00, 01 Frank, Adam 84, 85 Frazier, Cornelius 95, 96 Freeland, Larry 55 Frye, Charles “Bud” 56, 57, 58, 59 Futrell, Ron 58, 59, 60, 61

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Tommy Joe Eagles

Galvin, Thomas 84 Garris, Charles 57 Trevor Gaskins 12 Germany, Ray 56, 57, 59, 60 Gibbs, Reggie 90 Gibson, Brandon 09, 11, 12 Gibson, Kyle 07, 08, 09 Giles, Chris 92 Gist, Tommy 61, 62

meeking 93


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Chad McKenzie

Godbolt, Robert 84, 85, 86, 87 Goldsmith, JoJo 89, 90, 91, 92 Gosdin, Mike 66 Graves, Jim 61, 62 Graves, Tony 55 Green, Mike 70, 71, 72, 73 Gregory, Tom 65, 66, 67, 68 Griffey, Jimmie 78 Griffin Lazerick 93 Grissom, Larry 53 Grissom, Tommy 57, 58 Guillory, Brett 87, 88, 89, 90 Gullatt, Jap 54, 55, 56, 57 Guyton, Jamel 09

Haile, George “Bub” 53, 54, 55, 56

Hale, Bill 51 Hall, Tevin 10, 11 Halverson, Hank 54, 55 Hannibal, Roderick 84, 85, 86, 87 Hargrays, Courtney 97, 98 Harris, Hiram 83, 84, 85 Haskins, Daevon 05, 06 Heaps, Bryan 91 Henderson, Gerrod 99, 00, 01, 02 Herrin, Dave 49 Herrin, Tom 48, 49 Hicks, Van 46, 47, 48 Hill, Reggie 92, 93 Hinton, Dickie 54, 55 Hodges, Charles 56 Holley, D. 46 Hood, Jerry 62, 63, 64, 65 Hood, Neil 94 Hooper, C. G. 44 Howard, Max 62, 63 Horton, Carl 47 Hruska, David 61, 62, 63, 64 Huffman, Mark 73, 74, 76 Humble, Lee 74, 75, 76

Ibrahim, Mohammed 06 Ivancevic, Nenad 95 Ivory, Joe 79, 80 Jackson, Andre 93

Jackson, Craig 99, 00 Jackson, David 09 Jackson, Maurice 86, 87 Jackson, Leslie 07 James, Jeff 83

94

Olu Ashaolu

Butch Miller

James, Terence 96, 97 Jarrell, Guthrie 46 Jenkins, Jim 71, 72 Jensen, G. 44 Johnson, Cordarius 11, 12 Johnson, Forrest 47, 49 Johnson, Jabari 98 Johnson, James 11 Johnson, James 92, 93, 94, 95 Johnson, Skip 79 Johnson, Zach 01, 02, 03 Johnston, Charlie 82 Johnston, Jeremy 03, 04, 05 Jones, C. 48 Jones, Davey 00 Jones, LeNard 96 Jordan, David 82, 83, 85, 86 Joyce, Eddie 55 Jurgensen, Mike 82

Kendrick, Paul 52, 53

Bruce Edwards

Magee C. B. 46

Magett, Daniel 91, 92 Malone, Karl 83, 84, 85 Marshall, J.J. 06, 07, 08 Martin, Brian 01, 04 Martin, Don 57, 58 Martin, Mike 74 Mason, Reni 90, 91 Matthews, Larry 94, 95 Matthews, Mark 97 May, Walter 73, 74, 75, 76 McAlister, Robert 87, 88, 89 McCann, Mike 77, 78 McConathy, Bill 77, 79, 80, 81 McConathy, Mike 74, 75, 76, 77 McConathy, Pat 93 McCormick, Dan 65, 66 McCullen, Don 54 McDonald, Walker 97, 98, 99 McDowell, Trey 06, 07

Rickie Richards

McKenzie, Chad 06, 07 McKinstry, Ralph 57, 58 McLeroy, Reggie 81 McNabb, Ron 61, 62, 63, 64 McNeail, Kenyon 11, 12 Medica, Nick 32, 33, 34 Meeking, Antonio 00, 01, 02, 03 Mercer, J. W. 57, 58, 59, 60 Merriott, O. M. 38, 39, 40, 41 Mihalic, Jerry 73, 74, 75 Miller, (Unknown) 57 Miller, E. J. “Butch” 61, 62, 63, 64 Miller, Fred 38 Miller, Gary 70, 71, 72, 73 Miller, Ira 99 Miller, Johnny 96, 97 Millsap, Paul 04, 05, 06 Mimms, Darius 90 Mims, Brandon 08 Misso, Bob 65

Kerberger, R. 44 Kimmel, Max 56, 58 King, LaMont 93, 94, 95 King, Victor 76, 77, 78, 79 Knight, Darryl 88, 89 Knotts, Jim 56, 57 Knowles, Andy 71, 72 Kyser, Michale 12

Larkins, Joe 81

Latham, G. T. “Red” 47, 48, 49, 50 Lathan, Dwayne 08 Laughlin, Harry 41, 42 Laurence, Mike 98 Lawrence, Elliott 74, 75, 76, 77 Lay, Bill 52, 53, 54 Ledbetter, Sam 49, 50, 51 Lee, Gene 63, 64 Lewis, J.L. 11, 12 Lewis, Kelvin 85, 86, 87, 88 Lewis, Max 60, 61, 62 Lewis, S. X. 35, 36, 37, 38 Lewis, Travis 00, 01 Loe, James 08, 09 Looney, Benny 51, 52, 53 Looney, R. C. 46, 47, 48, 49 Louis, Kennedy 88, 89 Lovett, Jerry 49, 50, 51, 52 Lukken, Albert 45

Paul

Millsap


Dennis Seidenschwarz

Mitchell, W. L. 34, 35, 36, 37 Moeller, Tronn 91, 92 Moore, James 66, 67 Moore, Terry 78, 79 Morgan, Ronnie 07 Moreland, Jackie 58, 59, 60 Moreland, Joe 60, 61, 62 Morris, Antuan 91, 92, 93 Morris, Tom (Mgr.) 73, 74, 75, 76, 77 Morrison, Ken 79 Moss, Bill 72 Mott, Joe 49, 50, 51, 52

Napper, L. D. 47

Neal, Aroid 80, 81 Newton, Byron 86, 87, 88, 89 Nolen, Stacy 97, 98 Norris, L. V. 52, 53, 54, 55 Norris, Vernon 87, 88, 89 Norsworthy, Lane 73, 74

Odom, Willie 71, 72, 73 Oliverson, Shawn 09 Olson, Layne 78 Orton, Jim 58 Palmer, Mike 71

Parker, J. T. 42, 47, 48 Parker, Terry 06, 07 Paul, Karelius 00 Pawelczak, Mike 99, 00 Pearcy, Jeff 87 Peek, Richard 66, 67 Penny, Ray 62, 63, 64, 65 Perkins, Ed 69, 70 Petrie, Eddie 79 Powell, Roosevelt 90, 91 Powell, Wayne 02, 03, 04, 05 Pruett, Jim 65, 67, 68

Redding, Darius 10

Richards, Rickie 74, 75, 76, 77 Richardson, Gary 57, 58, 59 Richardson, Jerome 06, 07 Roberson, Ken 81, 82, 83, 84 Roberts, Don 72 Robertson, Scotty 50, 51 Robertson, Steve 70, 71, 72, 73 Robinson, Antonio 91, 92, 93, 94 Rogers, Adrian 06, 07, 08, 09

Troy Taylor

Rolle, Magnum 09 Roshell, Antwond 11 Ruth, Randall 95

Sampson, Clinton 76, 78, 79, 80 Sawyer, Jerry 52, 53, 55 Schiro, A. C. 46 Scott, CJ 11 Scott, Garrick 93 Seidenschwarz, Dennis 73, 74, 75, 76 Shaeffer, Travis 50, 51 Sharp, Justin 68, 69, 71, 72 Shinall, Brent 83 Shurn, Tommy 96 Simmons, Dave 78, 79, 80, 81 Simmons, Willie 82, 83, 84, 85 Simpson, Rick 81 Smith, A. Wayne 83, 84, 85, 86 Smith, Antonio 96, 97 Smith, Derek 97, 98, 99, 00 Smith, Fred 97, 98, 99 Smith, Keith 07, 08 Smith, Kenneth 12 Smith, Lester 72, 73 Smith, Lonnie 11, 12 Smith, Malcolm 65, 66, 67, 68 Smith, Rudolph “Red” 46 Smith, Wayne 67, 68 Souza, Romario 11, 12 Spencer, Keith 94 Spivey, Ronnie 83, 84 Spradling, Mark 90, 91, 92, 93 Spruel, Kendrick 99, 00 Stamps, Nick 01 Stephenson, Jon 65, 66, 67 Stewart, Jimmy 67 Stokes, Billy R. 66, 67 Stone, George 65, 66 Strickland, Fred 80, 81 Sykes, Joe 03, 04 Sylver, Earnest 93

Talley, Robert 66

Tatum, Kevin 87, 88 Taylor, Duane 94 Taylor, Frank 42 Taylor, Mike 65 Taylor, Troy 95, 96 Thompson, Barry 04, 05

Bob Watson

Thompson, Donald 95, 96 Thornton, George 69, 70, 71, 72 Tims, Orren 08 Tipton, Garnet 32 Todd, Dan 74, 75 Troutman, David 77 Troutman, Keith 85, 86 Tubbs, Curtis 57 Tullos, Jim 55, 58, 59, 60 Turner, Elton 52 Turner, Felton 52 Tyler, Tim 41

Elliott Williams

Witmer, W. K. 44 Woodall, James 50 Woods, Eric 03, 04, 05 Woodward, Ron 57, 58, 59, 60 Wooldridge, Jim 74, 75, 76, 77 Wright, Billy 82, 83 Wyatt, Bobby 73, 74

Young, JueMichael 04 Zoeller, James 41, 42 BOLD denotes current player

Vallery, Roy 53, 54

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Clinton Sampson

Vines, Crawford 51, 52, 53, 54

Wafer, Emerson

79, 80, 81, 82 Walker, Charles 81 Walling, Jamie 80 Washington, Drew 06, 07, 08 Waters, T. H. “Muddy” 33, 34, 35, 36 Watley, Mark 89 Watson, Bob 65, 66, 67 Watson, Roy 80, 81 Weakly, Walter “Chick” 31 Wells, Lawrence “Lanky” 74, 75, 76, 77 White, Joe 55, 56 White, Randy 86, 87, 88, 89 Whitmore, John 66, 67, 68, 69 Whitten, L. T. “Hawk” 40 Wiggins, Billy 53, 54, 55, 56 Wiggers, Sonny 52 Wilder, Michael 02 Wilds, Michael 05, 06 Wilkins, Troy 96 Williams, Bill 51 Williams, Curtis 99, 00 Williams, Elliott 78, 79 Williams, Joe 38, 39 Williams, Kevin 82 Williams, Leonard 94 Williams, Reggie 01 Williamson, Stanley 82 Willis, Joey 84 Willis, Tommy 72 Wilson, B. J. 53 Winters, Jamie 96

willie

simmons

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1,000-Point Club

1. Mike Green (1969-73) 2,340 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1969-70 22 157-274 .572 70-102 .686 288 384 17.5 1970-71 28 204-349 .585 122-158 .772 465 527 18.8 1971-72 26 256-444 .577 111-153 .725 413 623 24.0 1972-73 26 351-603 .582 101-146 .692 409 803 30.9 Totals 102 968-1,670 .580 404-559 .723 1,575 2,337 22.9

9. L. V. Norris (1951-55) 1,619 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1951-52 22 85 --- --- 28-50 .560 --- 198 8.3 1952-53 28 155-378 .410 85-124 .685 --- 395 14.1 1953-54 24 154-358 .430 108-151 .715 --- 416 17.3 1954-55 30 232-481 .482 146-195 .749 --- 610 20.3 Totals 104 626 --- --- 367-520 .706 --- 1,619 15.6

2. Mike McConathy (1973-77) 2,033 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1973-74 21 112-249 .450 32-50 .640 48 256 12.2 1974-75 25 164-369 .444 91-119 .765 67 419 16.8 1975-76 26 250-497 .503 142-189 .751 71 642 24.7 1976-77 26 258-550 .469 200-246 .813 56 716 27.5 Totals 98 784-1,665 .471 465-604 .770 242 2,033 20.7

10. Lanky Wells (1973-77) 1,608 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1973-74 21 89-218 .408 17-30 .566 113 195 9.3 1974-75 25 193-371 .520 74-115 .643 178 460 18.4 1975-76 26 206-414 .498 72-109 .661 192 484 18.6 1976-77 26 199-375 .531 71-100 .710 191 469 18.0 Totals 98 687-1,378 .499 234-354 .661 674 1,608 16.4

3. Randy White (1985-89) 1,947 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1985-86 34 115-221 .520 82-123 .666 156 312 9.2 1986-87 30 145-252 .575 88-130 .677 196 379 12.6 1987-88 31 226-354 .638 121-189 .640 359 578 18.6 1988-89 32 245-408 .600 171-229 .747 337 678 21.2 Totals 127 731-1,235 .592 462-671 .689 1,048 1,947 15.3

11. Billy Wiggins (1952-56) 1,566 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1952-53 28 114-373 .306 83-131 .634 --- 311 11.1 1953-54 25 111-366 .303 109-152 .717 --- 331 13.2 1954-55 30 157-377 .416 118-163 .724 --- 432 14.4 1955-56 25 191-472 .405 110-153 .719 --- 492 19.7 Totals 108 573-1588 .361 420-599 .701 --- 1,566 14.5

4. Anthony Dade (1988-92) 1,867 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1988-89 32 173-315 .549 102-178 .573 232 448 14.0 1989-90 27 185-328 .564 118-192 .615 200 488 18.1 1990-91 31 178-305 .584 91-170 .535 182 447 14.4 1991-92 31 179-350 .511 126-230 .548 232 484 15.6 Totals 121 715-1,298 .551 437-770 .568 846 1,867 15.4

12. Dave Simmons (1977-81) 1,563 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1977-78 27 106-238 .445 74-95 .779 107 286 10.6 1978-79 25 164-288 .569 55-73 .753 115 383 15.3 1979-80 27 161-304 .530 74-93 .796 80 396 14.7 1980-81 30 184-356 .517 130-146 .890 75 498 16.6 Totals 109 615-1,186 .519 333-407 .818 377 1,563 14.3

5. Gerrod Henderson (1998-02) 1,829 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1998-99 28 91-242 .376 53-76 .697 94 264 9.4 1999-00 28 160-397 .432 126-155 .813 119 514 18.4 2000-01 27 156-371 .420 129-154 .838 135 497 18.4 2001-02 32 168-445 .378 162-197 .821 162 554 17.3 Totals 115 575-1,437 .400 470-582 .808 510 1,829 15.9

13. Antonio Meeking (1999-2003) 1,541 Season G FG-FGA PCT 3-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1999-00 29 119-234 .509 2-4 .500 85-160 .531 201 325 11.2 2000-01 29 157-284 .553 0-5 .000 92-189 .487 219 406 14.0 2001-02 32 120-223 .538 0-0 .000 86-138 .623 197 326 11.2 2002-03 27 176-355 .496 0-1 .000 132-192 .688 197 484 17.9 Totals 117 572-1096 .522 2-10 .200 395-679 .581 814 1,541 13.2

6. Karl Malone (1982-85) 1,716 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1982-83 28 217-373 .582 152-244 .623 289 586 20.9 1983-84 32 220-382 .576 161-236 .682 282 601 18.8 1984-85 32 216-399 .541 97-170 .571 288 529 16.5 Totals 92 653-1,154 .566 410-650 .631 859 1,716 18.7

14. George Corley (1967-71) 1,517 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1967-68 25 116-264 .439 50-63 .794 --- 282 11.3 1968-69 25 172-381 .451 115-154 .747 109 459 18.4 1969-70 20 141-309 .456 122-158 .772 96 404 20.2 1970-71 28 154-334 .461 64-83 .771 104 372 13.3 Totals 98 583-1,288 .453 351-458 .766 --- 1,517 15.5

7. Paul Millsap (2003-2005) 1,708 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 2003-04 30 175-298 .587 116-181 .641 374 467 15.6 2004-05 29 225-391 .576 143-238 .613 360 593 20.4 2005-06 33 258-452 .571 127-204 .623 438 648 19.6 Total 92 658-1,141 .577 386-623 .619 1,172 1,708 18.6 8. Kyle Gibson (2006-2010) 1,677 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 2006-07 20 29-94 .309 21-32 .656 31 94 4.7 2007-08 30 162-386 .420 107-144 .743 149 496 16.5 2008-09 32 154-343 .449 132-180 .733 115 516 16.1 2009-10 31 193-411 .397 184-219 .840 120 571 18.4 Totals 113 508-1234 .412 444-575 .772 415 1677 14.8

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15. Jackie Moreland (1957-60) 1,491 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1957-58 25 218-514 .424 166-218 .761 348 602 24.1 1958-59 25 195-443 .440 138-179 .771 468 528 21.1 1959-60 20 132-338 .391 97-122 .795 301 361 18.1 Totals 70 545-1295 .421 401-519 .773 1,117 1,491 21.3 16. Lonnie Cooper (1995-99) 1,451 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1995-96 24 73-214 .341 67-91 .736 94 252 10.5 1996-97 28 121-303 .399 99-134 .739 118 398 14.2 1997-98 27 141-355 .397 114-142 .803 120 459 17.0 1998-99 25 106-257 .412 70-76 .921 102 342 13.7 Totals 104 441-1,129 .391 350-443 .790 434 1,451 14.0


18. Jerry Hood (1961-65) 1,403 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1961-62 19 63-143 .440 44-59 .746 100 170 8.9 1962-63 23 127-284 .447 81-97 .818 188 335 14.2 1963-64 22 144-276 .522 96-126 .762 186 384 17.5 1964-65 22 188-364 .511 138-173 .792 168 514 23.4 Totals 86 522-1067 .489 359-455 .789 642 1,403 16.3 19. Charlie Bishop (1966-70) 1,398 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1966-67 25 125-244 .512 114-150 .760 282 364 14.6 1967-68 25 157-324 .485 97-125 .776 335 411 16.4 1968-69 25 125-275 .455 97-126 .770 306 347 13.9 1969-70 22 103-200 .515 70-85 .824 192 276 12.5 Totals 97 510-1143 .446 378-486 .778 1,115 1,398 14.4 20. Ray Germany (1956-60) 1,393 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1955-56 25 114-285 .400 94-146 .644 244 322 12.9 1956-57 25 146-399 .366 122-165 .739 204 414 16.6 1958-59 25 124-285 .435 95-122 .778 --- 343 13.7 1959-60 26 121-303 .399 72-87 .828 --- 314 12.1 Totals 101 505-1272 .397 383-520 .737 844 1,393 13.8 21. Robert Godbolt (1983-87) 1,386 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1983-84 28 42-88 .477 47-73 .644 99 131 4.7 1984-85 32 126-220 .573 72-91 .791 169 324 10.1 1985-86 33 179-335 .534 90-122 .738 202 448 13.6 1986-87 30 191-295 .647 99-139 .712 203 483 16.1 Totals 123 538-938 .574 308-425 .725 673 1,386 11.3 22. Chester Coker (1951-55) 1,334 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1951-52 13 20 --- --- 4-8 .500 --- 44 3.4 1952-53 28 130-284 .458 107-170 .629 --- 367 13.1 1953-54 25 157-346 .454 82-126 .651 --- 396 15.8 1954-55 30 194-414 .469 139-173 .804 --- 527 17.6 Totals 101 501 --- --- 332 --- --- --- 1,334 13.2 23. Joe Abendroth (1960-64) 1,298 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1960-61 22 68-187 .369 54-77 .701 123 190 8.6 1961-62 23 131-318 .412 79-113 .699 185 341 14.8 1962-63 21 129-293 .440 123-171 .719 144 381 18.1 1963-64 22 130-276 .471 126-162 .778 145 386 17.5 Totals 88 458-1074 .426 382-523 .730 597 1,298 14.8 24. Derek Smith (1997-00) 1,241 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1996-97 29 136-262 .519 68-104 .654 123 354 12.2 1997-98 27 134-281 .477 100-138 .725 106 402 14.9 1998-99 28 104-189 .550 63-85 .741 115 283 10.1 1999-2000 29 70-145 .483 50-73 .685 109 202 7.0 Totals 113 444-877 .506 281-400 .703 453 1,241 11.0 25. P. J. Brown (1989-92) 1,228 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1988-89 32 61-147 .415 25-44 .568 178 149 4.7 1989-90 27 94-204 .461 48-81 .593 230 239 8.9 1990-91 31 170-315 .540 98-150 .653 301 445 14.4 1991-92 31 151-309 .489 84-115 .730 308 395 12.7 Totals 121 476-975 .488 255-390 .654 1,017 1,228 10.1

26. Willie Simmons (1981-85) 1,202 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1981-82 27 120-239 .502 54-92 .587 162 294 10.9 1982-83 28 116-259 .448 38-70 .543 147 270 9.6 1983-84 33 136-290 .469 55-89 .618 196 327 9.9 1984-85 31 126-238 .529 59-89 .663 168 311 10.0 Totals 119 498-1,026 .485 206-340 .606 673 1,202 10.1 27. Leon Barmore (1964-67) 1,168 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1964-65 22 112-247 .454 51-73 .699 73 275 12.5 1965-66 25 175-443 .395 107-144 .743 100 457 18.3 1966-67 28 178-426 .418 80-102 .784 92 436 15.6 Totals 75 465-1116 .417 238-319 .746 265 1,168 15.6 28. Wayne Smith (1982-86) 1,149 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1982-83 28 65-155 .419 28-69 .406 87 158 5.6 1983-84 33 130-268 .485 78-106 .736 98 338 10.2 1984-85 32 129-272 .474 68-100 .680 87 326 10.2 1985-86 34 133-275 .484 61-103 .592 100 327 9.6 Totals 127 457-970 .471 235-378 .622 372 1,149 9.0 29. Jerry Lovett (1948-52) 1,086 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1948-49 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --1949-50 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --1950-51 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --1951-52 24 163 --- 98 --- --- 424 17.7 Totals 84 --- --- --- --- --- 1,086 12.5

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17. Victor King (1975-79) 1,420 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1975-76 26 102-188 .543 49-75 .653 149 253 9.7 1976-77 26 114-195 .585 74-108 .686 149 302 11.6 1977-78 21 139-261 .533 78-114 .684 165 356 17.0 1978-79 25 186-299 .622 137-191 .717 164 509 20.4 Totals 98 541-943 .574 338-488 .693 627 1,420 14.5

30. George Latham (1946-50) 1,080 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1945-46 --- --- --- --- --- --- 340 --- 1947-48 --- --- --- --- --- --- 340 --1948-49 --- --- --- --- --- --- 67 --1949-50 20 126 --- 81 --- --- 333 16.7 Totals 84 445 --- 190 --- --- 1,080 12.9 31. Cory Dean (2001-2005) 1,022 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 2002-03 23 24-89 .382 14-33 .424 74 83 3.6 2003-04 30 152-359 .423 53-81 .654 122 381 12.7 2004-05 29 119-283 .420 44-74 .595 110 305 10.5 2005-06 33 95-259 .367 49-65 .754 95 253 7.7 Totals 115 400-990 .404 160-253 .632 401 1,022 8.9 32. Ryan Bond (1993-96) 1,014 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1992-93 27 70-152 .461 35-52 .672 95 176 6.5 1993-94 27 109-237 .460 58-88 .659 202 278 10.3 1994-95 27 99-200 .495 85-119 .714 103 284 10.5 1995-96 28 103-205 .502 70-108 .648 153 276 9.9 Totals 109 381-794 .479 248-367 .675 553 1,014 9.3 33. Olu Ashaolu (2008-11) 1,006 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 2008-09 33 67-138 .486 41-73 .562 142 176 5.3 2009-10 35 151-283 .534 67-142 .472 283 375 10.7 2010-11 32 163-309 .528 117-194 .603 300 455 14.2 Total 100 381-730 .522 225-409 .550 725 1,006 10.1 34. Alan Davis (1981-85) 1,004 Season G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS AVG 1981-82 27 47-104 .452 31-43 .721 51 125 4.6 1982-83 28 96-202 .475 63-91 .692 90 255 9.1 1983-84 33 118-251 .470 84-113 .743 106 320 9.7 1984-85 32 123-269 .457 58-79 .734 98 304 9.5 Totals 120 384-826 .465 236-326 .724 345 1,004 8.4

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98

George Corley

Lonnie Cooper

Victor King

Jerry Hood

Charlie Bishop

Tech Statistical Trends Year 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70

FG-FGA

FG Pct

3P-3PA 3FG Pct

FT-FTA

FT Pct

OR

DR

Tot R Avg

Ast

TO

Blk

St

Pts Avg

849-2013 .422 258-777 .332 402-620 .648 396 777 1173 34.5 441 442 125 230 2358 69.4 721-1721 .419 193-585 .330 416-642 .648 358 794 1152 36.0 331 535 76 180 2051 64.1 917-2034 .451 202-598 .338 521-760 .686 441 853 1294 37.0 417 462 116 235 2557 73.1 720-1653 .436 182-491 .371 466-704 .662 375 730 1105 33.5 346 504 108 181 2088 63.3 636-1616 .394 173-518 .334 379-514 .737 254 586 840 28.0 255 387 64 191 1824 60.8 728-1795 .406 158-527 .300 308-493 .625 410 673 1083 36.1 355 432 97 210 1922 64.1 817-1949 .419 147-521 .282 401-634 .632 523 805 1328 40.2 476 508 132 258 2182 66.1 749-1695 .442 145-463 .313 397-639 .621 388 730 1118 38.6 451 436 80 204 2040 70.3 723-1676 .431 142-448 .317 423-641 .660 413 767 1180 39.3 333 495 88 173 2011 67.0 666-1549 .430 127-373 .340 396-572 .692 339 648 987 36.6 309 386 93 156 1855 68.7 821-1826 .450 162-489 .331 536-767 .699 435 875 1310 40.9 410 447 90 190 2340 73.1 693-1521 .456 155-468 .331 441-646 .683 319 684 1003 134.6 368 432 58 188 1982 68.3 746-1677 .445 172-475 .362 447-671 .666 370 716 1086 37.4 312 403 95 199 2111 72.8 780-1684 .463 191-574 .333 382-523 .730 334 628 962 34.4 410 424 81 244 2133 76.2 660-1432 .461 134-404 .322 395-599 .659 337 616 953 35.3 328 446 35 201 1849 68.5 671-1488 .451 180-472 .381 392-591 .663 325 602 927 32.0 345 423 65 199 1914 66.0 621-1484 .418 104-364 .286 392-606 .647 326 600 993 35.3 323 446 61 163 1738 62.1 608-1353 .449 88-289 .304 431-667 .646 260 550 884 32.7 290 456 31 234 1735 64.3 662-1626 .383 77-274 .281 316-519 .609 391 640 1031 38.2 272 542 42 189 1637 60.6 629-1530 .411 113-330 .342 339-556 .610 333 635 968 34.6 286 536 115 119 1710 61.1 908-1872 .485 161-359 .448 515-800 .644 426 846 1272 41.0 442 498 131 214 2492 80.4 933-1896 .492 127-365 .348 497-771 .645 418 808 1226 39.5 463 489 130 245 2490 80.3 815-1717 .475 155-391 .396 463-704 .658 363 765 1128 40.3 438 431 78 200 2250 80.4 937-1884 .497 149-381 .391 562-812 .692 390 882 1272 39.8 535 551 109 217 2585 80.8 797-1599 .498 130-340 .382 434-639 .679 340 730 1070 34.5 500 486 62 208 2160 69.7 835-1620 .515 79-204 .387 406-613 .662 —— —— 1052 35.1 498 416 91 192 2155 71.8 896-1837 .488 ———- —— 525-779 .674 —— —— 1095 32.2 547 509 87 280 2317 68.1 976-1878 .520 ———- —— 541-822 .658 —— —— 1143 35.7 563 487 128 297 2493 77.9 946-1910 .495 ———- —— 611-901 .678 —— —— 1149 34.8 567 511 125 286 2503 75.9 ———- —— ———- —— ———- —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1846 65.9 667-1372 .486 ———- —— 337-514 .656 —— —— 798 29.6 365 459 77 168 1671 61.9 757-1469 .515 ———- —— 441-616 .716 —— —— 885 29.5 397 449 48 224 1955 65.2 734-1514 .485 ———- —— 406-594 .684 —— —— 844 31.3 326 413 50 198 1874 69.4 769-1447 .531 ———- —— 414-598 .692 —— —— 892 35.7 365 444 56 187 1952 78.1 621-1386 .448 ———- —— 317-461 .688 —— —— 881 32.6 256 454 31 114 1559 57.7 842-1750 .481 ———- —— 469-632 .742 —— —��� 1033 39.7 317 438 79 130 2153 82.8 834-1760 .474 ———- —— 415-569 .729 —— —— 1068 41.1 265 431 —— —— 2083 80.1 772-1702 .454 ———- —— 365-523 .698 —— —— 1126 45.0 —— 506 —— —— 1909 76.4 705-1562 .451 ———- —— 254-366 .694 —— —— 971 46.2 —— 435 —— —— 1664 79.2 931-1945 .479 ———- —— 305-438 .696 —— —— 1318 50.7 —— 537 —— —— 2167 83.3 1078-2150 .501 ———- —— 472-700 .674 —— —— 1470 56.5 —— —— —— —— 2628 101.1 979-2006 .488 ———- —— 514-712 .722 —— —— 1416 50.6 417 —— —— —— 2473 88.3 696-1479 .470 ———- —— 487-669 .727 —— —— 1133 51.5 —— —— —— —— 1879 85.4


Year

FG-FGA

Robert Godbolt

FG Pct

3P-3PA 3FG Pct

68-69 755-1812 .417 ———- 67-68 ———- —— ———- 66-67 848-1906 .445 ———- 65-66 761-1831 .416 ———- 64-65 649-1389 .468 ———- 63-64 585-1191 .491 ———- 62-63 ———- —— ———- 61-62 591-1438 .419 ———- 60-61 441-1172 .376 ———- 59-60 ———- —— ———- 58-59 ———- —— ———- 57-58 581-1469 .396 ———- 56-57 596-1501 .396 ———- 55-56 ———- —— ———- 54-55 834-1913 .436 ———- 53-54 ———- —— ———- 52-53 ———- —— ———- 51-52 ———- —— ———- 50-51 ———- —— ———- 49-50 ———- —— ———- 48-49 ———- —— ———- 47-48 ———- —— ———- 46-47 ———- —— ———- 45-46 ———- —— ———- 44-45 ———- —— ———- 43-44 Basketball Discontinued 42-43 Basketball Discontinued 41-42 ———- —— ———- 40-41 ———- —— ———- 39-40 ———- —— ———- 38-39 ———- —— ———- 37-38 ———- —— ———- 36-37 ———- —— ———- 35-36 ———- —— ———- 34-35 ———- —— ———- 33-34 ———- —— ———- 32-33 ———- —— ———- 31-32 ———- —— ———- 30-31 ———- —— ———- 29-30 ———- —— ———- 28-29 ———- —— ———- 27-28 ———- —— ———- 26-27 ———- —— ———- 25-26 ———- —— ———-

Joe Abendrothy

FT-FTA

FT Pct

OR

Willie Simmons

DR

Tot R Avg

Ast

Wayne Smith

TO

Blk

St

Pts Avg

—— 538-754 —— ———- —— 562-800 —— 492-735 —— 460-635 —— 477-657 —— ———- —— 400-571 —— 410-633 —— ———- —— ———- —— 442-639 —— 575-797 —— ———- —— 733-1026 —— ———- —— ———- —— ———- —— ———- —— ———- —— ———- —— ———- —— ———- —— ———- —— ———-

.715 —— .703 .672 .732 .726 —— .700 .647 —— —— .692 .721 —— .714 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— ——

—— —— 1307 52.3 —— —— —— —— 2049 82.0 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 2022 80.9 —— —— 1399 50.0 —— —— —— —— 2258 80.6 —— —— 1266 50.6 —— —— —— —— 2014 80.6 —— —— 862 39.2 —— —— —— —— 1758 79.9 —— —— 817 37.1 —— —— —— —— 1647 74.9 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1630 71.0 —— —— 942 40.9 —— —— —— —— 1581 68.7 —— —— 961 41.7 —— —— —— —— 1292 56.1 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1729 66.5 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1793 71.7 —— —— 1093 43.7 —— —— —— —— 1604 64.1 —— —— 968 38.7 —— —— —— —— 1768 70.7 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1777 71.1 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 2398 80.0 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1792 71.7 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1973 73.1 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1524 63.5 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1311 62.4 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1079 54.0 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1176 53.5 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1201 50.0 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1006 55.9 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1063 44.3 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 783 46.1

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2012-13 BULLDOG BASKETBALL

Ray Germany

—— —— —— 889 42.3 —— —— —— 712 41.9 —— —— —— 786 35.7 —— —— —— 712 39.6 —— —— —— 562 40.1 —— —— —— 586 30.8 —— —— —— 617 36.3 —— —— —— 757 36.0 —— —— —— 718 42.2 —— —— —— 477 39.8 —— —— —— 456 35.1 —— —— —— 615 32.3 —— —— —— 440 31.4 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 917 36.7 —— —— —— 661 30.0 —— —— —— —— ——

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100

Jerry Lovett

George Latham

Paul Millsap

Charles DeVille

Ricky Bunton

Opponent Statistical Trends Year

FG-FGA

11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70

828-1864 .444 171-525 733-1716 .427 205-624 900-2062 .436 235-664 740-1728 .428 204-621 812-1622 .501 147-432 707-1571 .450 188-493 743-1834 .405 160-513 753-1732 .435 170-489 716-1700 .421 176-491 655-1525 .430 151-451 732-1796 .408 216-617 670-1593 .421 162-483 696-1682 .414 152-480 703-1576 .446 176-495 632-1398 .452 162-428 621-1477 .420 144-481 612-1448 .423 154-483 574-1349 .426 126-358 705-1531 .460 161-421 686-1545 .444 145-393 807-1937 .417 139-439 810-1876 .432 146-384 754-1771 .426 136-418 872-1963 .444 146-397 719-1592 .452 112-291 765-1707 .448 105-290 911-1890 .482 ———- 842-1879 .448 ———- 887-1913 .464 ———- ———- —— ———- 701-1421 .493 ———- 773-1599 .483 ———- 754-1486 .507 ———- 711-1502 .473 ———- 717-1578 .454 ———- 858-1862 .461 ———- 858-1854 .463 ———- 832-1814 .459 ———- 742-1595 .465 ———- 814-1932 .421 ———- 792-1859 .426 ———- 837-1998 .419 ———- 663-1636 .405 ———-

FG Pct

3P-3PA 3FG Pct

FT-FTA

FT Pct

OR

DR

Tot R Avg

Ast

TO

Blk

St

Pts Avg

.326 528-780 .677 393 868 1261 37.1 400 512 110 192 2355 69.3 .329 503-725 .694 310 771 1081 33.8 402 439 91 259 2174 67.9 .354 407-586 .695 398 812 1210 34.6 442 475 101 233 2442 69.8 .329 399-580 .688 350 697 1047 31.7 407 453 94 222 2083 63.1 .340 384-567 .677 337 800 1137 37.9 428 443 100 167 2155 71.8 .381 447-688 .696 299 742 1041 34.7 387 452 109 188 2081 69.4 .312 437-627 .697 378 755 1133 34.3 388 498 105 219 2083 63.1 .348 369-530 .696 342 695 1037 35.8 393 406 115 212 2045 70.5 .358 386-558 .692 309 660 969 32.3 558 392 80 219 1994 66.5 .335 453-641 .707 326 637 963 35.7 352 346 99 175 1914 70.9 .350 474-721 .657 328 702 1030 32.2 377 393 94 230 2154 67.3 .335 367-558 .658 317 610 927 32.0 294 400 75 194 1869 64.4 .317 396-594 .667 347 672 1019 35.1 339 417 89 160 1940 66.9 .356 402-593 .678 346 650 996 35.6 399 496 63 171 1984 70.9 .379 385-592 .650 256 553 809 30.0 327 415 88 168 1811 67.1 .299 424-635 .668 357 594 951 32.8 340 461 99 153 1810 62.4 .319 429-672 .638 321 607 928 33.1 329 414 96 200 1807 64.5 .352 444-700 .634 302 563 865 32.0 278 473 84 227 1718 63.6 .382 542-791 .685 321 726 1047 38.8 353 418 122 275 2113 78.3 .369 512-797 .642 344 699 1043 37.3 354 434 106 292 2029 72.5 .319 425-642 .662 404 682 1086 35.0 374 464 118 252 2178 70.3 .380 484-701 .640 392 682 1074 34.6 425 489 107 249 2254 72.7 .333 419-600 .698 341 666 1007 36.0 452 400 87 192 2066 73.8 .368 530-769 .689 364 720 1084 33.9 451 460 86 258 2420 75.6 .385 484-730 .663 327 578 905 29.2 421 423 59 229 2034 65.6 .362 346-529 .654 —— —— 891 29.7 436 358 60 191 1981 66.0 —— 418-638 .655 —— —— 1066 31.4 527 510 92 235 2242 65.9 —— 399-578 .690 —— —— 1073 33.5 429 587 81 177 2083 65.1 —— 442-664 .666 —— —— 1117 33.8 464 595 64 201 2218 67.2 —— ———- —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1762 62.9 —— 357-525 .680 —— —— 801 29.7 389 383 54 225 1759 65.2 —— 261-399 .654 —— —— 814 27.1 425 469 58 194 1807 60.2 —— 317-496 .639 —— —— 879 32.6 326 490 66 179 1825 67.6 —— 346-513 .674 —— —— 760 30.4 327 399 88 172 1768 70.7 —— 264-406 .650 —— —— 965 35.7 328 347 72 206 1698 62.9 —— 369-534 .691 —— —— 1032 39.7 330 428 80 136 2085 80.2 —— 344-464 .741 —— —— 1015 39.0 289 394 —— —— 2060 79.2 —— 393-556 .707 —— —— 1107 44.3 —— 407 —— —— 2057 82.3 —— 368-532 .692 —— —— 1021 48.6 —— 370 —— —— 1853 88.2 —— 298-451 .661 —— —— 1116 42.9 —— 486 —— —— 1926 74.1 —— 510-753 .677 —— —— 1125 43.3 —— —— —— —— 2084 80.2 —— 477-677 .705 —— —— 1170 41.8 —— —— —— —— 2151 76.8 —— 370-534 .692 —— —— 918 41.7 —— —— —— —— 1696 77.1


Year

FG-FGA

David Jordan

FG Pct

3P-3PA 3FG Pct

68-69 773-1752 .441 ———- 67-68 ——— —— ———- 66-67 826-1942 .425 ———- 65-66 736-1709 .431 ———- 64-65 647-1355 .477 ———- 63-64 627-1324 .473 ———- 62-63 ———- —— ———- 61-62 601-1346 .447 ———- 60-61 513-1196 .428 ———- 59-60 ———- —— ———- 58-59 ———- —— ———- 57-58 521-1452 .359 ———- 56-57 568-1507 .363 ———- 55-56 ———- —— ———- 54-55 815-2201 .370 ———- 53-54 ———- —— ———- 52-53 ———- —— ———- 51-52 ———- —— ———- 50-51 ———- —— ———- 49-50 ———- —— ———- 48-49 ———- —— ———- 47-48 ———- —— ———- 46-47 ———- —— ———- 45-46 ———- —— ———- 44-45 ———- —— ———- 43-44 Basketball Discontinued 42-43 Basketball Discontinued 41-42 ———- —— ———- 40-41 ———- —— ———- 39-40 ———- —— ———- 38-39 ———- —— ———- 37-38 ———- —— ———- 36-37 ———- —— ———- 35-36 ———- —— ———- 34-35 ———- —— ———- 33-34 ———- —— ———- 32-33 ———- —— ———- 31-32 ———- —— ———- 30-31 ———- —— ———- 29-30 ———- —— ———- 28-29 ———- —— ———- 27-28 ———- —— ———- 26-27 ———- —— ———-

Byron Newton

FT-FTA

FT Pct

OR

Mark Spradling

DR

Tot R Avg

Ast

Wayne Powell

TO

Blk

St

Pts Avg

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484-668 —— 518-717 531-748 425-610 393-562 ———- 459-671 406-613 ———- ———- 427-631 488-797 ———- 570-899 ———- ———- ———- ———- ———- ———- ———- ———- ———- ———-

.725 —— .722 .710 .697 .684 —— .684 .662 —— —— .677 .612 —— .645 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— ——

—— —— 1128 45.1 —— —— —— —— 2030 81.2 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1927 77.1 —— —— 1212 43.3 —— —— —— —— 2170 77.5 —— —— 1237 49.5 —— —— —— —— 2003 80.1 —— —— 946 43.0 —— —— —— —— 1719 78.1 —— —— 838 37.1 —— —— —— —— 1647 74.9 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1684 67.4 —— —— 986 42.9 —— —— —— —— 1665 72.4 —— —— 860 37.3 —— —— —— —— 1414 61.3 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1583 60.9 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1475 59.0 —— —— 930 37.2 —— —— —— —— 1469 58.7 —— —— 938 37.5 —— —— —— —— 1624 64.9 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1733 69.3 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 2200 73.3 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1750 70.0 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1807 66.9 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1441 60.0 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1263 60.1 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1077 53.9 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 981 44.6 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 1177 49.0 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 829 46.1 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 983 41.0 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 846 49.8

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2012-13 BULLDOG BASKETBALL

James Johnson

—— —— —— 845 40.2 —— —— —— 772 45.4 —— —— —— 947 43.0 —— —— —— 698 38.8 —— —— —— 590 42.1 —— —— —— 698 36.7 —— —— —— 565 33.2 —— —— —— 614 29.2 —— —— —— 607 33.7 —— —— —— 434 36.2 —— —— —— 453 34.8 —— —— —— 682 35.9 —— —— —— 445 31.7 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 728 29.1 —— —— —— 576 26.2

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Team Records Most Points Scored

Overall 123 at Southern Mississippi 1-6-72 122 vs. Concordia Lutheran 11-23-86 120 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock 12-8-69 120 vs. William Carey 12-13-71 118 vs. Cameron College 1-18-72 118 vs. UT-Arlington 2-2-76 At Thomas Assembly Center 122 vs. Concordia Lutheran 11-23-86 On the Road 123 at Southern Mississippi 1-6-72 Both Teams 220 at Centenary 2-21-65 (Tech 112, Centenary 108) 220 at LSU 12-6-88 (Tech 111, LSU 109) Both Teams, TAC 200 vs. Centenary 12-14-91 (Tech 111, Centenary 89)

Fewest Points Scored (since 1950) Overall 30 vs. Utah State 3-5-11 34 vs. UL-Monroe 2-10-59 34 at Georgia 12-17-77 34 at New Orleans 2-19-98 36 vs. Southern Miss 11-29-06 37 at McNeese 1960-61 37 vs. Utah State 1-8-09 At Thomas Assembly Center 30 vs. Utah State 3-5-11 37 vs. Utah State 1-8-09 42 vs. Arkansas State 1-20-83 45 vs. UL-Lafayette 12-4-82 46 vs. Western Kentucky 1-29-98 Both Teams 61 vs. UL-Monroe 2-10-59 74 vs. McNeese 2-22-66 76 at Georgia 12-17-77

Most Points Allowed

Overall 124 vs. Oklahoma 3-18-89 114 at Arkansas 12-5-90 113 at Lamar 2-28-93 At Thomas Assembly Center 93 vs. New Orleans 2-3-93 93 vs. Lamar 1-25-00 (overtime) 93 vs. Northwestern State 12-6-11 (overtime)

Fewest Points Allowed (since 1950) Overall 27 vs. UL-Monroe 2-10-59 34 vs. East Texas State 12-17-58

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36 vs. Boise State, 12-30-01 37 vs. UL-Monroe 1-5-89 38 vs. Ouachita Baptist 12-2-81 At Thomas Assembly Center 36 vs. Boise State 12-30-01 37 vs. UL-Monroe 2-10-59 39 vs. Arkansas State 1-20-83 41 vs. Spring Hill 12-29-11 41 vs. South Alabama 2-10-96 42 vs. UL-Lafayette 1-22-98 42 vs. Fresno State 2-12-09

Biggest Victories

Overall 88 vs. Red River Arsenal (116-28), 12-11-48 72 vs. UALR (120-48), 12-8-69 58 vs. Barksdale AFG (88-30), 12-9-48 58 vs. Henderson St. (107-49), 12-11-52 57 vs. William Carey (120-63), 12-13-71 53 vs. Centenary (104-51), 1-21-91 52 vs. Concordia Luth. (122-70), 12-1-86 48 vs. Texas Wesleyan (95-47), 12-4-58 44 vs. Southern Illinois (110-66), 12-18-71 44 vs. E. Texas Baptist (90-46), 1-7-84 At Thomas Assembly Center 53 vs. Centenary (104-51), 1-21-91 52 vs. Concordia Luth. (122-70), 12-1-86 44 vs. E. Texas Baptist (90-46), 1-7-84 On the Road 41 at Southern Miss (123-82), 1-6-72 36 at Abilene Christian (108-72), 3-3-73 35 at Louisiana College (101-66), 2-21-72 33 at Arkansas State (100-67) 2-23-85 33 at Texas-Pan American (89-56) 1-26-91 33 at Western Kentucky (94-61) 1-15-97

Biggest Losses

Overall 55 at Texas Tech (31-86) 12-5-07 48 vs. Tulane (40-88) 12-27-74 46 at Western Kentucky (40-86) 1-9-93 44 at Mississippi State (61-105) 12-2-63 43 vs. Northwestern State (20-63) 1936 43 vs. Oklahoma (81-124) 3-18-89 42 vs. Utah State (30-72) 3-5-11 42 vs. Western Kentucky (49-91) 2-10-94 40 vs. UL-Lafayette (51-91) 2-26-94 40 at Mississippi State (78-38) 12-7-02 At Thomas Assembly Center 42 vs. Utah State (30-72) 3-5-11 42 vs. Western Kentucky (49-91) 2-10-94 40 vs. UL-Lafayette (51-91) 2-26-94 On the Road 46 at Western Kentucky (40-86) 1-9-93 44 at Mississippi State (61-105) 1963

Field Goals Attempted

Overall 109 at Centenary 2-21-66 107 vs. Cameron College 1-18-72 100 at Arkansas-Little Rock 12-9-68 100 vs. Arkansas Tech 12-6-71 On the Road 109 at Centenary 2-21-66

Field Goals Made

Overall 54 vs. Concordia College 12-1-86 52 at Southern Mississippi 1-6-72 51 vs. Cameron College 1-18-72 On the Road 52 at Southern Mississippi 1-6-72

Field Goal Percentage

Overall 71.7 (38-53) vs. UL-Lafayette 1-19-85 70.2 (33-47) at Western Kentucky 2-15-97 68.4 (26-38) at Arkansas State 1-30-82 On the Road 70.2 (33-47) at Western Kentucky 2-15-97

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts

Overall 32 vs. Southern Utah 12-12-98* 30 vs. Nevada 1-28-12 30 vs. Florida International 1-30-99 29 at UT-Arlington 11-19-11 29 vs. Spring Hill 12-29-11 29 vs. New Mexico State 1-7-12 29 vs. Utah State 1-14-12 29 at New Orleans 1-21-99 29 at Centenary 1-20-01 * - BYU Cougar Classic in Provo, Utah On the Road 32 vs. Southern Utah 12-12-98* * - BYU Cougar Classic in Provo, Utah

Three-Point Field Goals Made

Overall 15 vs. Lamar 2-15-92 14 vs. UL-Lafayette 12-13-05 13 vs. Northwestern State 12-6-11 13 at TCU 12-23-99 13 vs. Southern Utah 12-12-98* 13 at Western Kentucky 2-15-97 12 vs. Utah State 1-14-12 12 vs. San Jose State 1-13-11 * - BYU Cougar Classic in Provo, Utah On the Road 13 at TCU 12-23-99 13 vs. Southern Utah 12-12-81 13 at Western Kentucky 2-15-97


Craig Jackson

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum five attempts) Overall 100.0 (9-9) at UT-Pan American 1-28-88 77.8 (7-9) at UL-Monroe 1-28-91 75.0 (6-8) vs. New Orleans 1-12-91 On the Road 100.0 (9-9) at UT-Pan American 1-28-88

Free Throws Attempted

Overall 54 at Jackson State 12-01-01 53 vs. Louisiana College 1-11-55 51 at Nicholls State 1965-66 season On the Road 54 at Jackson State 12-01-01

Free Throws Made

Overall 40 at Jackson State 12-01-01 39 at Centenary 1-13-67 39 vs. Louisiana College 1-11-55 37 vs. Hardin-Simmons 1-24-81 37 at Nicholls State 1965-66 season On the Road 40 at Jackson State 12-01-01

Free Throw Percentage

(minimum 5 attempted) Overall 100.0 (16-16) at South Alabama 1-16-99 100.0 (7-7) at South Alabama 12-55-77 100.0 (6-6) at UL-Monroe 1-26-78 100.0 (5-5) vs. Southern Mississippi 12-18-72 On the Road 100.0 (16-16) at South Alabama 1-16-99

Rebounds

Overall 78 at Centenary 1965-66 season 76 at Arkansas-Little Rock 12-9-68 76 vs. Louisiana College 2-14-56 72 vs. Tougaloo 12-22-05

Joe Ivory

On the Road 78 at Centenary 1965-66 season

Assists

Overall 31 vs. Southern Illinois 12-18-71 29 vs. Centenary 1-21-91 29 vs. Concordia Lutheran 12-1-86 29 vs. UL-Lafayette 1-19-85 29 vs. LSU-New Orleans 3-13-71* On the Road 29 vs. LSU-New Orleans 3-13-71* * - NCAA South Regional Tourney in Lafayette, La.

Steals

Overall 19 vs. Concordia Lutheran 11-28-84 18 vs. Northwestern State 11-30-83 17 at Oklahoma City 12-29-84 17 vs. North Texas 3-6-84 17 vs. LeTourneau 12-2-78 17 vs. College of the Ozarks 11-29-78 On the Road 17 at Oklahoma City 12-29-84

Blocked Shots

Overall 12 vs. Centenary 12-14-91 10 vs. Northeastern 12-20-11 10 vs. Fresno State 1-14-06 10 vs. Jacksonville 2-4-93 9 vs. Central Arkansas 2-18-12 9 vs. Harding 12-17-02 9 vs. SMU 1-4-03 9 vs. Boise State 1-30-03 At Thomas Assembly Center 12 vs. Centenary 12-14-91 10 vs. Jacksonville 2-4-93 10 vs. Fresno State 1-14-06 On the Road 8 at UT-Pan American 1-26-91 8 at Hawai’i 12-22-83

Cory Dean

Full Season

LJ. Fontenot

Most Wins: 29 (1984-85)1; 26 (1983-84)1 Most Wins/Conference Season: 14 (2000-01) Most Home Victories: 15 (1984-85); 15 (1952-53) Most Road Victories: 14 (1984-85)1 2 Most Losses: 25 (1993-94) Most Losses/Conference Season: 18 (1993-94) Most Home Losses: 10 (1993-94) Most Road Losses: 15 (1993-94)2 Most Games Played: 35 (2009-10-86)3 Points: 2,628 (1971-72) Most Points Scored (Average): 101.1 (1971-72) Field Goals Att.: 2,150 (1971-72) Field Goals Made: 1,078 (1971-72) Field Goal Pct.: 52.0 (1984-85) 3-Pt. FG Att.: 777 (2011-12) 3-Pt. FG Made: 258 (2011-12) 3-Pt. FG Pct.: 39.6 (1989-90) Free Throws Att.: 1,026 (1954-55) Free Throws Made: 733 (1954-55) Free Throw Pct.: 74.2 (1976-77) Rebounds: 1,470 (1971-72) Average Rebounds: 56.5 (1971-72) Most Assists: 567 (1983-84) Fewest Assists: 256 (1977-78) Most Steals: 297 (1984-85) Fewest Steals: 114 (1977-78) Most Blocked Shots: 132 (2005-06) Fewest Blocked Shots: 31 (1994-95); 31 (1977-78) Most Turnovers: 551 (1988-89) Fewest Turnovers: 386 (2002-03) Fewest Points Allowed: 48.7 (1950-51) Most Points Allowed: 88.2 (1973-74) Longest Winning Streak: 15 (1970-72) Longest Home Winning Streak: 41 (1982-85) Longest Road Winning Streak: 7 (1970-72)2; 7 (1984-85) Longest Winning Streak to Start a Season: 15 (1971-72) Longest Losing Streak: 14 (1993-94) Longest Home Losing Streak: 5 (1992- 93); 5 twice in (1993-94) Longest Road Losing Streak: 18 (1993-95)2 100-Point Games: 18 (1971-72)

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Kelvin Lewis

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100-Point Tech Milestone Victories Game Facts No. Opponent Date Score Louisiana Tech 100-Point Game Record: 67-5 Home 100-Point Game Record: 44-3 Away/Neutral 100-Point Game Record: 23-2 High Home Total: 122 vs. Concordian Lutheran 12-1-86 High Road Total: 123 at Southern Miss 1-6-72 High Neutral Total: 110 vs. Houston Baptist 12-27-71 Most Frequent 100-Point Game Opponent: Lamar, eight times 100-Point Games Allowed by Louisiana Tech: 29 Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 10 (1971-72) Most 100-Point Games in a Season: 18 (1971-72)

1 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1,000 1,050 1,100 1,150

Louisiana College Monroe Adlers Millsaps College UL-Lafayette Loyola of South vs. Ouachita College vs. Southern Miss vs. East Texas State vs. West Texas State at Centenary vs. Texas A&M at Arkansas State vs. Arkansas State at Oklahoma City vs. UT-Pan American at North Texas vs. Lamar vs. Arkansas State vs. Jackson State vs. Arkansas State vs. Nicholls State vs. Fresno State at Texas Tech vs. Miami (Ohio)

1,200 at Fresno State

1925-26 1929-30 1934-35 1940-41 1947-48 1951-52 1954-55 1958-59 1962-63 1966-67 1969-70 1971-72 1975-76 1979-80 1982-83 1984-85 1986-87 1988-89 1991-92 1995-96 1999-2000 2001-02 2005-06 2009-10

N/A N/A 42-37 54-51 48-44 78-41 77-64 58-34 81-77 101-92 100-84 107-89 89-84 79-72 59-39 90-72 67-62 82-65 76-62 70-65 85-62 66-63 68-53 74-62

2011-12

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100 Point Games Score Diff. Opponent 123-82 +41 Southern Miss 122-70 +52 Concordia Luth. 120-63 +57 William Carey 120-78 +42 Ark.-Little Rock 118-90 +28 Texas-Arlington 118-78 +40 Cameron Co.e 116-28 +88 Red River Arsenal 115-99 +16 NW (La.) State 115-84 +31 Lamar 114-90 +24 McNeese State 114-90 +24 Nicholls State 113-83 +30 Lamar 113-95 +18 SLU 113-84 +29 Arkansas Tech 112-93 +19 Centenary 112-108 +4 Centenary 111-89 +22 Centenary 111-109 +2 Louisiana State 110-90 +20 Houston Baptist 110-66 +44 Southern Illinois 109-88 +21 Murray State 109-76 +33 Nicholls State 108-76 +32 Centenary 108-72 +36 Abilene Christian

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Season Site 71-72 A 86-87 H 71-72 H 69-70 H 75-76 H 71-72 H 48-49 H 76-77 H 74-75 H 71-72 H 69-70 H 90-91 H 71-72 H 71-72 H 66-67 A 65-66 A 91-92 H 88-89 A 71-72 N 71-72 H 78-79 H 70-71 H 78-79 A 72-73 A

108-82 +26 McNeese State 108-66 +42 Ouachita Baptist 107-100 +7 Lamar 107-89 +18 Arkansas State 107-82 +25 Auburn 107-88 +19 New Orleans 107-48 +39 Louisiana Col. 107-49 +58 Henderson State 106-77 +29 UTPA 106-80 +26 UL-Monroe 106-74 +32 Trinity 106-63 +43 Saint Leo (Fla.) 106-108 -2 UL-Monroe 105-87 +18 Texas-Arlington 105-65 +40 UL-Lafayette 105-65 +40 UL-Lafayette 104-85 +19 Central Michigan 104-51 +53 Centenary 104-109 -5 Oral Roberts 104-93 +11 UL-Lafayette 104-81 +23 SLU 104-72 +32 Ark.-Little Rock 103-67 +36 Lamar 103-63 +40 Lamar 103-80 +23 Lamar

71-72 70-71 72-73 71-72 71-72 70-71 54-55 52-53 97-98 71-72 71-72 70-71 69-70 72-73 56-57 54-55 91-92 90-91 71-72 70-71 68-69 64-65 91-92 89-90 88-89

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103-107 -4 Lamar 103-100 +3 Lamar 103-82 +21 Abilene Christian 103-94 +9 California State 103-77 +26 Corpus Christi 103-75 +28 Abilene Christian 102-79 +23 Texas-Arlington 102-92 +10 UL-Monroe 102-85 +17 Southern Miss 102-86 +16 Harding 102-96 +6 Centenary 101-76 +25 UL-Lafayette 101-66 +35 Louisiana Col. 101-111 -10 UL-Lafayette 101-71 +30 UL-Monroe 101-79 +22 SLU 101-83 +18 Southern Miss 101-80 +21 Ark.-Little Rock 101-92 +9 Centenary 101-86 +15 Texas Wesleyan 100-110 -10 New Orleans 100-67 +33 Arkansas State 100-84 +16 Texas A&M

76-77 75-76 72-73 70-71 70-71 56-57 75-76 67-68 65-66 01-02 09-10 89-90 71-72 71-72 71-72 71-72 68-69 68-69 66-67 54-55 89-90 84-85 69-70

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Randy Carlisle

Doyle Eastep

Miscellaneous Records Longest Tech Winning Streaks Overall No. Began Ended 15 1971, vs. New Orleans 1972, at UL-Lafayette 86-107 13 1985, vs. Arkansas St. 80-73 1985, vs. Oklahoma 84-86 12 1970, vs. Corpus Christi 1970, vs. San Diego St. 78-88 12 1959, vs. SLU 76-63 1960, vs. E. Kentucky St. 65-74 10 2009, at Centenary 102-96OT 2010, at San Jose State, 87-76 10 1984, vs. Concordia Lutheran 82-61 1985, vs. Oklahoma 72-84 10 1970, vs. Louisiana Col. 79-71 1970, at La. College 80-86 10 1967, at Centenary 101-92 1967, at Southern Miss. 81-89 10 1946, vs. UL-Lafayette 44-34 1946, vs. NW (La.) St. 39-41 10 1950, at Loyola 53-48 1950, at Loyola 56-57 9 1986, at Weber St. 70-69 1987, at New Orleans 68-72 9 1954, vs. Texas Wesleyan 101-86 1955, at SLU 70-87 8 5 times (1951-52; 1958-59; 1972-73; 1983-84; 1999-00; 2004-05) At Home 40 1982, vs. Texas Tech 66-60 28 1970, vs. Nicholls St. 114-90 21 1998, vs. New Orleans 74-65 21 1987, vs. Arkansas St. 52-50 20 1989, vs. UL-Lafayette 93-87

1985, vs. Stephen F. Austin 58-67 1972, vs. UL-Lafayette 101-111 2000, vs. Fla. International 56-61 1989, vs. New Orleans 54-64 1991, vs. New Orleans 68-72

On the Road (includes neutral site games) 7 1984, at Centenary 78-62 1984, vs. Oklahoma 72-84 7 1971, vs. New Orleans 107-88 1972, at UL-Lafayette 86-107 6 1986, at Weber St. 70-69 1987, at New Orleans 68-72 6 1972, at NW (La.) St. 76-68 1972, at Missouri 61-81 6 1970, at UL-Monroe 81-76 1971, at San Diego St. 78-88 6 1954, at Arkansas Tech 88-85 1955, at SLU 70-87

Longest Tech Losing Streaks

Overall No. Began 14 1993, at Jacksonville 60-80 12 1994, vs. New Orleans 61-93 10 1961, at Centenary 58-65 9 1992, at UTPA 59-62OT 9 2008, vs. Fresno State 44-61

Ended 1994, vs. Centenary 66-62 1994, vs. Belhaven 76-63 1962, vs. NW (La.) St. 72-70 1993, vs. Jacksonville, 78-75 2008, vs. Idaho, 72-64

At Home 5 2008, vs. Fresno State 44-61 5 1994, vs. New Orleans 61-93 5 1993, vs. Nicholls St. 72-91 5 1993, vs. Arkansas St. 51-64 4 1982, vs. UL-Monroe 66-76

2008, vs. Idaho, 72-64 1994, vs. Belhaven 76-63 1994, vs. Centenary 66-62 1993, vs. Jacksonville 78-75 1982, vs. McNeese St. 81-69

On the Road (includes neutral site games) 18 1993, vs. New Orleans 52-63 1994, vs. Cal Poly-SLO 63-45 18 1961, at Northwestern St. 41-42 1962, at Mississippi 68-64 16 1977, at New Mexico St. 51-69 1978, at North Texas 75-65 11 2007, vs. Southern Miss 56-80 2008, at ULL 61-59 10 2010, at Iowa 58-77 Present

Charles Frye

Total Games Played

Overall: 2,160 in 84 seasons^ Home: 776 Road/Neutral: 993 ^ Louisiana Tech basketball was dis continued for the 1942-43 and 1943 44 seasons. * Records from 1925-45;1947-48; and 1950-51 do not indicate home or away games. Conference Games Louisiana Intercollegiate: 143 in seven seasons Gulf State: 560 in 23 seasons Southland: 443 in 16 seasons America South: 122 in four seasons Sun Belt: 283 in 10 seasons Western Athletic: 182 in 11 seasons All-Time Won-Lost Record Overall: 1,204-956 Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference: 72-71 Gulf State Conference: 319-241 Southland Conference: 276-167 America South Conference: 86-36 Sun Belt Conference: 141-142 Western Athletic: 84-98 All-Time Home Record Overall: 582-194 Thomas Assembly Center: 280-93

Walter May

20-Win Seasons Overall: 18 (1954-55; 1958-59; 1966-67; 1970-71; 1971-72; 1980-81; 1983-84; 198485; 1985-86; 1986-87; 1987-88; 1988-89; 1989-90; 1990-91; 1991-92; 1999-2000; 2001-02; 2005-06; 2009-10) Consecutive 20-Win Seasons Nine in a Row: 9 (1983-84; 1984-85; 198586; 1986-87; 1987-88; 1988-89; 1989-90; 1990-91; 1991-92) 20-Win Seasons by Coach Cecil Crowley: 2 Scotty Robertson: 3 Andy Russo: 3 Tommy Eagles: 4 Jerry Loyd: 3 Keith Richard: 3 Kerry Rupp: 1

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Joel Cochran

Record in Season Openers Overall: 47-37 Home: 23-5 Road/Neutral: 13-24 Unknown Site: 11-8 Record in Home Openers Overall: 57-10 At Thomas Assembly Center: 22-7 Record in Road Openers Overall: 27-37

All-Time Road/Neutral Site Record Overall: 425-564

Undefeated Seasons

Overall: None Home: 7 (1958-59; 1970-71; 1983-84; 198485; 1987-88; 1989-90; 1998-99) Road/Neutral: None Gulf States Conference: 1 (1970-71) Southland Conference: None America South Conference: None Sun Belt Conference: None Western Athletic Conference: None

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Bobby Wyatt

Tech’s Biggest Single-Season Turnarounds

Diff. in wins from Season Record Previous Year (Record) 1994-95 14-13 +12 (2-25) 1978-79 17-8 +11 (6-21) 1945-46 16-8 +11 (5-12) 2009-10 24-11 +9 (15-18) 2008-09 15-18 +9 (6-24) 1954-55 20-10 +9 (11-14) 1982-83 19-9 +8 (11-16) 1998-99 19-9 +7 (12-15) 1983-84 26-7 +7 (19-9) 1926-27 14-8 +7 (7-7)

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Tom Gregory

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Bryan Heaps

Fred Carr

Triple-Doubles

Joe Ivory, Louisiana Tech vs. McNeese (2-18-80) - 16 pts., 14 reb. and 10 assts. P. J. Brown, Louisiana Tech vs. Centenary (12-14-91) - 10 pts., 16 rebs. and 10 blks.

Top Scoring Tandems Points 1,185 1,137 1,126 1,126 1,104 1,084 1,042 1,001

mike

Players-Points-Season Mike McConathy, 716; Lanky Wells, 469, 1976-77 L. V. Norris, 610; Chester Coker, 527, 1954-55 Randy White, 678; Anthony Dade, 448, 1988-89 Mike McConathy, 642; Lanky Wells, 484, 1975-76 Mike Green, 803; Barney Banks, 301, 1972-73 Mike Green, 623; Andy Knowles, 461, 1971-72 Kyle Gibson, 571; Magnum Rolle, 471, 2009-10 Karl Malone, 601; Rennie Bailey, 400, 1983-84

mcconathy lanky wells

Walker McDonald

Top Freshmen Season Scoring Performances

Jackie Moreland Karl Malone Paul Millsap Anthony Dade Raheem Appleby Mike Green Charles Bishop Derek Smith Antonio Meeking Ray Germany Randy White Billy Wiggins

karl

1957-58 1982-83 2003-04 1988-89 2011-12 1969-70 1966-67 1996-97 1999-2000 1955-56 1985-86 1952-53

602 points 586 points 467 points 448 points 446 points 384 points 364 points 354 points 325 points 322 points 312 points 311 points

malone


Scoring Records Single-Game Scoring

Most Field Goals Attempted 1. Mike Green vs. SMU, 12-1-72................................ 39 2. Mike Green vs. Lamar, 1-22-73.............................. 35 3. Mike Green at Centenary, 12-2-72........................ 33 Jackie Moreland vs. E. New Mex., 12-16-57...... 33 5. Lanky Wells at UL-Monroe, 1-20-74..................... 32 Most Field Goals Made 1. Mike Green vs. Lamar, 1-22-73.............................. 21 2. Mike Green vs. UTA, 2-26-73................................. 19 Mike Green at Centenary, 12-2-72........................ 19 Mike Green vs. SMU, 12-1-72................................ 19 Jackie Moreland vs. E. New Mex., 12-16-57...... 19

Year-By-Year Scoring Leaders Year Player

Points

1977-78 Victor King

356

2011-12 Raheem Appleby 446

1976-77 Mike McConathy 716

2010-11 Olu Ashaolu

455

1975-76 Mike McConathy 642

2009-10 Kyle Gibson

571

1974-75 Lanky Wells

460

2008-09 Kyle Gibson

516

1973-74 Barney Banks

317

2007-08 Kyle Gibson

496

1972-73 Mike Green

803

2006-07 Trey McDowell

397

1971-72 Mike Green

623

2005-06 Paul Millsap

648

1970-71 Mike Green

527

2004-05 Paul Millsap

593

1969-70 George Corley

404

2003-04 Paul Millsap

467

1968-69 George Corley

459

2002-03 Antonio Meeking 484

1967-68 Malcolm Smith

415

2001-02 Gerrod Henderson 554

1966-67 Leon Barmore

426

2000-01 Gerrod Henderson 497

1965-66 Leon Barmore

457

1999-00 Gerrod Henderson 514

1964-65 Jerry Hood

514

1998-99 Craig Jackson

420

1963-64 Joe Abendroth

386

1997-98 Lonnie Cooper

459

1962-63 Joe Abendroth

181

1996-97 Lonnie Cooper

398

1961-62 Joe Abendroth

341

1995-96 Johnny Miller

376

1960-61 Ron Futrell

286

1994-95 Doug Annison

427

1959-60 Jack Moreland

361

1993-94 Ryan Bond

278

1958-59 Jack Moreland

528

1992-93 Andre Jackson

264

1957-58 Jack Moreland

602

1991-92 Ron Ellis

486

1956-57 Ray Grmany

414

1990-91 Anthony Dade

447

1955-56 Billy Wiggins

492

1989-90 Anthony Dade

488

1954-55 L.V. Norris

610

1988-89 Randy White

678

1953-54 L.V. Norris

416

1987-88 Randy White

578

1952-53 L.V. Norris

384

1986-87 Robert Godbolt

483

1951-52 Jerry Lovett

424

1985-86 Robert Godbolt

448

1950-51 Jerry Lovett

338

1984-85 Karl Malone

529

1949-50 George Latham

333

1983-84 Karl Malone

601

1948-49 George Latham

268

1982-83 Karl Malone

586

1947-48 George Latham

340

1981-82 Ken Roberson

303

1945-46 George Latham

340

1980-81 Dave Simmons

498

1944-45 Bob Kirberger

142

1979-80 Joe Ivory

468

1927-28 Tubby Davis

402

1978-79 Victor King

509

Most Points 1. Mike Green, 1972-73............................................. 803 2. Mike McConathy, 1976-77.................................... 716 3. Randy White, 1988-89........................................... 678 4. Paul Millsap, 2005-06............................................ 648 5. Mike McConathy, 1975-76.................................... 642 6. Mike Green, 1971-72............................................. 623 7. L. V. Norris, 1954-55............................................... 610 8. Jackie Moreland, 1957-58.................................... 602 9. Karl Malone, 1983-84............................................ 601 10. Paul Millsap, 2004-05............................................ 593 By a Freshman Jackie Moreland, 1957-58.......................................... 602 By a Sophomore Paul Millsap, 2004-05................................................... 593 By a Junior Paul Millsap, 2005-06................................................... 648 By a Senior Mike Green, 1972-73.................................................... 803 Most Field Goals Attempted 1. Mike Green, 1971-72............................................. 603 2. Mike McConathy, 1976-77.................................... 550 3. Jackie Moreland, 1957-58.................................... 514 4. Mike McConathy, 1976-77.................................... 497 5. L. V. Norris, 1954-55............................................... 481 By a Freshman Jackie Moreland, 1957-58......................................... 514 By a Sophomore Jackie Moreland, 1958-59......................................... 443 By a Junior Mike McConathy, 1975-76......................................... 497 By a Senior Mike Green, 1972-73................................................... 603 Most Field Goals Made 1. Mike Green, 1972-73............................................. 351 2. Paul Millsap, 2005-06............................................ 258 2. Mike McConathy, 1976-77.................................... 258 4. Mike Green, 1971-72............................................. 256 5. Mike McConathy, 1976-77.................................... 250 6. Randy White, 1988-89........................................... 245 By a Freshman Jackie Moreland, 1957-58......................................... 218 By a Sophomore Paul Millsap, 2004-05.................................................. 225 By a Junior Paul Millsap, 2005-06.................................................. 258 By a Senior Mike Green, 1972-73................................................... 351 Highest Field Goal Percentage (minimum 200 attempted) FGM 1. Robert Godbolt, 1986-87 191 2. Omar Cooper, 1997-98 129 3. Randy White, 1987-88 226 4. Victor King, 1978-79 186 5. Willie Bland, 1984-85 134 (minimum 100 attempts) By a Freshman Paul Millsap, 2003-04 By a Sophomore

FGM FG% 295 64.7 200 64.5 354 63.8 299 62.2 217 61.8

FGM FGM FG% 175

298

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Omar Cooper, 1997-98 By a Junior Randy White, 1987-88 Zach Johnson, 2001-02 By a Senior Robert Godbolt, 1986-87

129

200

.645

226 97

354 152

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191

295

.647

Career Scoring

Most Points 1. Mike Green, 1969-73 (102 gms)........................ 2,340 2. Mike McConathy, 1973-77 (98 gms)................. 2,033 3. Randy White, 1985-89 (127 gms)...................... 1,947 4. Anthony Dade, 1988-92 (121 gms).................... 1,867 5. Gerrod Henderson, 1998-02 (115 gms)............ 1,829 6. Karl Malone, 1982-85 (92 gms)......................... 1,716 7. Paul Millsap, 2003-06 (92 gms)......................... 1,708 8. Kyle Gibson, 2006-10 (113 gms)........................ 1,677 9. L. V. Norris, 1951-55 (106 gms).......................... 1,619 10. Lanky Wells, 1973-77 (98 gms).......................... 1,608 Scoring Average 1. Mike Green, 1969-73 2. Jackie Moreland, 1957-60 3. Mike McConathy, 1973-77 4. Karl Malone, 1982-85 5. Paul Millsap, 2003-06 L anky Wells, 1973-77 7. Jerry Hood, 1961-65 8. G errod Henderson, 1998-02 9. Leon Barmore, 1964-67 L . V. Norris, 1951-55

GP 102 70 98 92 92 98 86 115 75 104

Pts. 2,340 1,491 2,033 1,716 1,708 1,608 1,403 1,829 1,168 1,619

Avg. 22.9 21.3 20.7 18.7 18.6 16.4 16.3 15.9 15.6 15.6

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Most Points Scored 1. Mike McConathy vs. Lamar, 2-23-76.................... 47 Mike Green vs. Lamar, 1-22-73.............................. 47 3. Mike McConathy at NW (La.) St., 12-11-76......... 45 4. Jackie Moreland vs. Ark. Tech, 12-10-57............ 43 5. Mike McConathy vs. E. Tenn. St., 11-29-76......... 41 Jackie Moreland at Ark. Tech, 12-19-59.............. 41 Jackie Moreland vs. E. New Mex., 12-17-57...... 41 Mike McConathy vs. McNeese St., 2-24-77....... 41 Mike McConathy vs. NW (La.) St., 2-28-77......... 41 Mike Green vs. UTA, 2-26-73 ................................ 41

Single Season Scoring

Most Field Goals Attempted 1. Mike Green, 1969-73.......................................... 1,670 2. Mike McConathy, 1973-77................................. 1,665 3. Billy Wiggins, 1952-56........................................ 1,588 4. Gerrod Henderson, 1998-02.............................. 1,437 5. Lanky Wells, 1973-77.......................................... 1,378 6. Anthony Dade, 1988-92...................................... 1,298 7. Jackie Moreland, 1957-60................................. 1,295 8. George Corley, 1967-71...................................... 1,288 9. Ray Germany, 1956-60....................................... 1,272 10. Randy White, 1985-89........................................ 1,235 Most Field Goals Made 1. Mike Green, 1969-73............................................. 968 2. Mike McConathy, 1973-77.................................... 784 3. Randy White, 1985-89........................................... 731 4. Anthony Dade, 1988-92......................................... 715 5. Lanky Wells, 1973-77............................................. 687 6. Paul Millsap, 2003-06............................................ 658 7. Karl Malone, 1982-85............................................ 653 8. L. V. Norris, 1951-55............................................... 626 9. Dave Simmons, 1977-81....................................... 615 10. George Corley, 1967-71......................................... 583 Best Field Goal Percentage (minimum 500 attempted) 1. Randy White, 1985-89 2. Mike Green, 969-73 3. Paul Millsap, 2003-06 4. Victor King, 975-79 5. Karl Malone, 1982-85 6. Anthony Dade 1988-92 7. Robert Godbolt, 1983-87 8. Ron Ellis, 1990-92 Ken Roberson 1980-83 10. Richard Peek 1965-67

FGM FGM 731 1,235 968 1,670 658 1,141 541 943 653 1,154 715 1,298 538 938 346 647 330 617 319 605

FG% 59.2 58.0 57.7 57.4 56.6 55.1 54.4 53.5 53.5 52.7

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Rebound Records

2012-13 BULLDOG BASKETBALL

Single-Game Rebounds

Most Points Scored 1. Charlie Bishop vs. Centenary, 2-28-67................. 33 2. Paul Millsap vs. San Jose St., 2-15-06................. 29 3. Elliott Lawrence at Arkansas St., 1-27-77........... 26 Mike Green at NW (La.) St., 1-31-72..................... 26 Mike Green vs. NW (La.) St., 2-4-71..................... 26 Jackie Moreland vs. SW Texas St., 12-5-59........ 26

Single-Season Rebounds

Most Rebounds 1. Jackie Moreland, 1958-59.................................... 468

Mike Green, 1970-71............................................. 465 Paul Millsap, 2005-06............................................ 438 Mike Green, 1971-72............................................. 413 Mike Green, 1972-73............................................. 409

By a Freshman Paul Millsap, 2003-04................................................... 374 By a Sophomore Jackie Moreland, 1958-59.......................................... 468 By a Junior Paul Millsap, 2005-06................................................... 438 By a Senior Mike Green, 1972-73.................................................... 409

Year-By-Year Rebounding Leaders

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green

Year Player 2011-12 Brandon Gibson 2010-11 Olu Ashaolu 2009-10 Magnum Rolle 2008-09 Magnum Rolle 2007-08 Kyle Gibson 2006-07 Chad McKenzie 2005-06 Paul Millsap 2004-05 Paul Millsap 2003-04 Paul Millsap 2002-03 Antonio Meeking 2001-02 Darrian Brown 2000-01 Antonio Meeking 1999-00 Curtis Williams 1998-99 Curtis Williams 1997-98 Marlon Chambers 1996-97 Courtney Hargrays 1995-96 LeNard Jones 1994-95 Doug Annison 1993-94 Ryan Bond 1992-93 Mark Spradling 1991-92 P.J. Brown 1990-91 P.J. Brown 1989-90 P.J. Brown 1988-89 Randy White 1987-88 Randy White 1986-87 Robert Godbolt 1985-86 Willie Bland 1984-85 Karl Malone 1983-84 Karl Malone 1982-83 Karl Malone 1981-82 Willie Simmons 1980-81 Johnny Ferrell 1979-80 Aroid Neal 1978-79 Victor King 1977-79 Victor King 1976-77 Elliott Lawrence 1975-76 Elliott Lawrence 1974-75 Elliott Lawrence 1973-74 Dennis Seidenschwarz 1972-73 Mike Green 1972-71 Mike Green 1970-71 Mike Green 1969-70 Mike Green 1968-69 Charlie Bishop 1967-68 Charlie Bishop 1966-67 Richard Peek 1965-66 Richard Peek 1964-65 Jerry Hood 1962-63 Jerry Hood 1963-64 Jerry Hood 1961-62 Joe Abendroth 1960-61 Ron Futrell 1959-60 Jack Moreland 1958-59 Jack Moreland 1957-58 Jack Moreland 1956-57 Ray Germany 1955-56 Ray Germany

Rebounds 156 300 286 215 149 221 438 360 374 197 200 219 203 167 153 143 164 165 202 131 308 301 230 337 359 203 228 288 282 289 162 200 206 164 165 277 213 302 118 409 413 465 288 306 335 304 244 168 87 186 185 276 301 468 348 204 244

Career Rebounds

Most Rebounds 1. Mike Green, 1969-73.......................................... 1,575 2. Paul Millsap, 2003-06......................................... 1,172 3. Jackie Moreland, 1957-60................................. 1,117 4. Charlie Bishop, 1968-70..................................... 1,115 5. P. J. Brown, 1988-92........................................... 1,107 6. Randy White, 1985-89........................................ 1,048 7. Karl Malone, 1982-85............................................ 859 8. Elliott Lawrence, 1973-77..................................... 848 9. Anthony Dade, 1988-92......................................... 846 10. Ray Germany, 1955-59.......................................... 844

Year-By-Year Offensive Rebounds

Year Player 2011-12 Romario Souza 2010-11 Olu Ashaolu 2009-10 Magnum Rolle 2008-09 Magnum Rolle 2007-08 Orren Tims 2006-07 Harry Disy 2005-06 Paul Millsap 2004-05 Paul Millsap 2003-04 Paul Millsap 2002-03 Antonio Meeking 2001-02 Darrian Brown Antonio Meeking 2000-01 Antonio Meeking 1999-00 Curtis Williams 1998-99 Curtis Williams 1997-98 Jacuqe Collins 1996-97 Courtney Hargrays 1995-96 Ryan Bond 1994-95 Ryan Bond 1993-94 Ryan Bond 1992-93 Mark Spradling 1991-92 Anthony Dade 1990-91 P.J. Brown 1989-90 P.J. Brown 1988-89 Randy White 1987-88 Randy White

Rebounds 48 86 120 79 38 86 197 156 151 69 93 93 86 81 63 56 52 69 49 77 49 92 99 88 91 108

Year-By-Year Defensive Rebounds

Year Player 2011-12 Brandon Gibson 2010-11 Olu Ashaolu 2009-10 Olu Ashaolu 2008-09 Magnum Rolle 2007-08 Kyle Gibson 2006-07 Chad McKenzie 2005-06 Paul Millsap 2004-05 Paul Millsap 2003-04 Paul Millsap 2002-03 Antonio Meeking 2001-02 Gerrod Henderson 2000-01 Antonio Meeking 1999-00 Antonio Meeking 1998-99 Curtis Williams 1997-98 Lonnie Cooper 1996-97 Lonnie Cooper 1995-96 LeNard Jones 1994-95 Doug Annison 1993-94 Ryan Bond 1992-93 Mark Spradling 1991-92 P.J. Brown 1990-91 P.J. Brown 1989-90 P.J. Brown 1988-89 Randy White 1987-88 Randy White

Rebounds 113 214 175 136 115 141 241 204 223 128 136 133 131 104 103 105 96 120 125 82 220 202 142 246 251


Assist Records Single-Game Assists

Single-Season Assists

Most Assists 1. Wayne Smith, 1985-86...........................................218 2. Kelvin Lewis, 1987-88............................................198 3. Wayne Smith, 1983-84...........................................195 4. Kelvin Lewis, 1986-87............................................186 5. Wayne Smith, 1984-85...........................................173

Year-By-Year Assist Leaders Year Player 2011-12 Kenneth Smith 2010-11 Kenyon McNeaill 2009-10 DeAndre Brown 2008-09 Kyle Gibson 2007-08 James Loe 2006-07 Chad McKenzie 2005-06 Daevon Haskins 2004-05 Daevon Haskins 2003-04 Donell Allick 2002-03 Lavelle Felton 2001-02 Lavelle Felton 2000-01 Travis Lewis 1999-00 Gerrod Henderson 1998-99 Lonnie Cooper 1997-98 Lonnie Cooper 1996-97 Lonnie Cooper 1995-96 Lonnie Cooper 1994-95 Donold Thompson 1993-94 LaMont King 1992-93 Mark Dick

Assists 142 76 119 88 58 72 161 167 107 88 135 126 101 136 139 143 105 88 107 55

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 1969-70

Eric Brown Reni Mason Brett Guillory Brett Guilory Kelvin Lewis Kelvin Lewis Wayne Smith Wayne Smith Wayne Smith Wayne Smith Rennie Bailey Emmerson Wafer Joe Ivory Emerson Wafer Elliott Williams Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Bobby Wyatt George Corley

By a Freshman Kenneth Smith, 2011-12............................................142 By a Sophomore Wayne Smith, 1983-84..............................................195 By a Junior Kelvin Lewis, 1986-87...............................................186 By a Senior Wayne Smith, 1985-86..............................................218

97 126 157 172 198 186 218 173 195 126 91 104 80 117 56 94 68 49 87 66

2012-13 BULLDOG BASKETBALL

Most Assists 1. Kenneth Smith vs. Central Ark., 2-18-12..............15 2. Bud Dean at Nicholls State, 1-17-69.....................14 3. Brett Guillory at New Orleans, 2-3-90...................13 Wayne Smith at Iona, 1-2-86.....................................13 Wayne Smith vs. Lamar, 2-14-83...............................13 6. Lonnie Cooper vs. Jacksonville, 1-13-96..............12 Brett Guillory at Middle Tenn., 1-11-90....................12 Kelvin Lewis vs. Duquesne, 12-19-86.......................12 Wayne Smith vs. Centenary, 12-5-85.......................12 Johnny Ferrell at UT-Arlington, 2-26-81...................12 Johnny Ferrell vs. UL-Lafayette, 1-31-81.................12 Bobby Wyatt vs. McNeese, 2-21-74.........................12

Career Assists

Most Assists 1. Wayne Smith, 1982-86...........................................712 2. Lonnie Cooper, 1995-99.........................................523 3. Kelvin Lewis, 1984-88............................................488 4. Brett Guillory, 1986-90...........................................465 5. Alan Davis, 1981-85................................................382 6. Gerrod Henderson, 1998-02..................................367 7. Emmerson Wafer, 1978-82....................................355 8. Daevon Haskins, 2004-06......................................328 9. Rennie Bailey, 1980-84..........................................272 10. Byron Newton, 1985-89.......................................239

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Block Records 2012-13 BULLDOG BASKETBALL

Single-Game Blocks

Most Blocked Shots 1. P. J. Brown vs. Centenary, 12-14-91..................... 10 2. Willie Simmons vs. Ball State, 12-10-84................ 8 3. Michale Kyser vs. Northeastern, 12-20-12............ 7 Willie Simmons vs. Louisville, 12-7-84................... 7

Single-Season Blocks

Most Blocked Shots 1. Willie Simmons, 1984-85........................................ 92 2. P. J. Brown, 1990-91................................................ 77 3. Paul Millsap, 2005-06.............................................. 76 4. P. J. Brown, 1991-92................................................ 75 Willie Simmons, 1983-84........................................ 75 By a Freshman Michale Kyser, 2011-12................................................. 60 By a Sophomore Willie Simmons, 1982-83............................................... 55 Paul Millsap, 2004-05..................................................... 55 By a Junior P. J. Brown, 1990-91....................................................... 77 By a Senior Willie Simmons, 1984-85............................................... 92

Career Blocks

Most Blocked Shots 1. Willie Simmons, 1981-85...................................... 268 2. P. J. Brown, 1988-92.............................................. 241 3. Paul Millsap, 2003-06............................................ 183 4. Magnum Rolle, 2008-10........................................ 123 5. Kendrick Spruel, 1998-2000................................... 70 6. Randy White, 1985-89............................................. 66 7. Antonio Meeking, 1999-03..................................... 63 8. Karl Malone, 1982-85.............................................. 59 9. Louis Cook, 1985-87................................................. 51 10 Eldon Bowman, 1986-90......................................... 47

willie

simmons

Year-By-Year Block Leaders Year Player 2011-12 Michale Kyser 2010-11 Antwond Roshell 2009-10 Magnum Rolle 2008-09 Magnum Rolle 2007-08 Dwayne Lathan 2006-07 Chad McKenzie 2005-06 Paul Millsap 2004-05 Paul Millsap 2003-04 Paul Millsap 2002-03 Antonio Meeking 2001-02 Marco Cole Antonio Meeking 2000-01 Zach Johnson 1999-00 Kendrick Spruel 1998-99 Kendrick Spruel 1997-98 Omar Cooper 1996-97 Derek Smith 1995-96 LeNard Jones

110

Blocks 60 22 71 52 17 45 76 55 52 23 19 19 18 40 30 11 12 12

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

Ryan Bond James Johnson Garrick Scott P.J. Brown Eric Brown P.J. Brown P.J. Brown Randy White Louis Cook Louis Cook Willie Simmons Willie Simmons Willie Simmons Willie Simmons Aroid Neal Johnny Ferrell Joe Ivory Victor King Victor King

6 12 35 75 77 39 50 19 25 26 92 75 55 46 13 13 29 20 13


Steals Records Single-Game Steals

Single-Season Steals

Most Steals 1. Willie Bland, 1984-85............................................... 69 2. Wayne Smith, 1985-86............................................. 60 3. Paul Millsap, 2005-06............................................... 62 4. LaMont King, 1993-94.............................................. 57 5. Willie Bland, 1985-86............................................... 56 5. Rennie Bailey, 1983-84............................................ 56 5. Jamel Guyton, 2009-10 ........................................... 56 By a Freshman Kenneth Smith, 2011-12................................................ 42 By a Sophomore Karl Malone, 1982-83.................................................... 53 By a Junior Willie Bland, 1984-85.................................................... 69 By a Senior Wayne Smith, 1985-86.................................................. 60

Career Steals

Most Steals 1. Gerrod Henderson, 1998-02............................... 191 2. Wayne Smith, 1982-86......................................... 185 3. Alan Davis, 1981-85............................................. 173 4. Lonnie Cooper, 1995-99....................................... 153 5. Karl Malone, 1982-85.......................................... 151 6. Kelvin Lewis, 1984-88.......................................... 144 7. Dave Simmons, 1977-81...................................... 141 8. Rennie Bailey, 1980-84........................................ 130 9. LaMont King, 1992-95.......................................... 127 10. Willie Bland, 1984-86........................................... 125

2012-13 BULLDOG BASKETBALL

Most Steals 1. Wayne Smith vs. Centenary, 12-5-85...................... 7 Willie Bland vs. Ala. State, 12-14-84....................... 7 Mike McConathy vs. East Tenn. St., 12-29-76....... 7 4. Stacy Nolen vs. UALR, 1-18-97................................ 6 Donald Thompson vs. Ga. St., 12-10-94.................. 6 Willie Bland vs. NW (La.) St. 1-5-85........................ 6 Dave Simmons at Centenary, 12-3-80..................... 6 Emerson Wafer at Centenary, 2-5-79...................... 6 Michael Wilder vs. Fresno St., 1-18-03................... 6 Daevon Haskins vs. Boise St., 1-27-05................... 6 Paul Millsap vs. So. Illinois, 2-18-06........................ 6

Year-By-Year Steal Leaders

Year Player 2011-12 Kenneth Smith 2010-11 Kenyon McNeaill 2009-10 Magnum Rolle 2008-09 Magnum Rolle 2007-08 Dwayne Lathan 2006-07 Chad McKenzie 2005-06 Paul Millsap 2004-05 Paul Millsap 2003-04 Paul Millsap 2002-03 Antonio Meeking 2001-02 Marco Cole Antonio Meeking 2000-01 Zach Johnson 1999-00 Kendrick Spruel 1998-99 Kendrick Spruel 1997-98 Omar Cooper 1996-97 Derek Smith 1995-96 LeNard Jones 1994-95 Ryan Bond 1993-94 James Johnson 1992-93 Garrick Scott 1991-92 P.J. Brown 1990-91 Eric Brown 1989-90 P.J. Brown 1988-89 P.J. Brown 1987-88 Randy White 1986-87 Louis Cook 1985-86 Louis Cook 1984-85 Willie Simmons 1983-84 Willie Simmons 1982-83 Willie Simmons 1981-82 Willie Simmons 1980-81 Aroid Neal, Johnny Ferrell 1979-80 Joe Ivory 1978-79 Victor King 1977-78 Victor King 1976-77 Elliott Lawrence

Steals 42 38 71 52 17 45 76 55 52 23 19 19 18 40 30 11 12 12 6 12 35 75 77 39 50 19 25 26 92 75 55 46 13 13 29 20 13 38

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Three-Point Records 2012-13 BULLDOG BASKETBALL

Single-Game Three-Pointers

Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. DeAndre Brown vs. Navy, 11-20-10...................... 13 Gerrod Henderson at So. Utah, 12-12-98............. 13 Lonnie Cooper vs. FIU, 1-30-99.............................. 13 Gerrod Henderson at Miss. State, 12-5-00 ......... 13 Gerrod Henderson at Centenary, 1-20-01............ 13 Gerrod Henderson at UTEP, 3-2-02....................... 13 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Johnny Miller at W. Kentucky, 2-15-97.................. 9 2. Kenyon McNeail at North Dakota, 2-16-11........... 7 3. DeAndre Brown at Boise State, 12-29-10............. 6 DeAndre Brown at Northwestern State, 12-7-10...6 Kyle Gibson at Idaho, 3-5-09.................................... 6 Kyle Gibson vs. Fresno State, 2-12-09.................... 6 Marco Cole vs. Ark. State, 12-30-00....................... 6 Gerrod Henderson at UALR, 2-12-00...................... 6 Gerrod Henderson at TCU, 12-23-99...................... 6 Gerrod Henderson at Louisville, 12-4-99............... 6 Stacy Nolen at Arkansas St., 1-11-97.................... 6 Johnny Miller vs. Lamar, 2-3-96.............................. 6 Johnny Miller vs. Jacksonville, 1-13-96................ 6 Andre Jackson at Jacksonville, 2-22-93............... 6 Mark Dick vs. UALR, 1-2-93..................................... 6 Mark Dick at UTPA, 1-2-93....................................... 6 Eric Brown vs. Lamar, 2-15-92................................. 6 Reggie Gibbs at Vanderbilt, 3-15-90....................... 6 Kennedy Louis vs. Lamar, 3-3-89............................. 6 Best Three-Point Percentage (Minimum 5 made) 1. 100.0 (6-6) Kyle Gibson vs. Fresno St, 2-12-09 100.0 (5-5) Eric Brown vs. Central Florida, 1-25-92 100.0 (5-5) Brett Guillory at UTPA, 1-28-88 3. 85.7 (6-7) Donell Allick vs. McNeese St., 12/18/04 4. 83.3 (5-6) Gerrod Henderson at UALR, 2-16-99 83.3 (5-6) Gerrod Henderson vs. Jackson St., 12-9-00 83.3 (5-6) Lonnie Cooper at SE Missouri, 11-23-98 83.3 (5-6) Lonne Cooper vs. UNO, 12-22-96 83.3 (5-6) Eric Brown vs. Western Kentucky, 2-3-92 83.3 (5-6) Brett Guillory vs. Lamar, 2-5-87

Single-Season Three-Pointers

Most Three-Point FG Attempted 1. Jamel Guyton, 2008-09......................................... 191 2. Kyle Gibson, 2009-10............................................. 186 3. Jamel Guyton, 2009-10......................................... 181 3. Donell Allick, 2003-03............................................ 181 5. Kyle Gibson, 2008-09............................................. 175 By a Freshman Kenyon McNeail, 2010-11........................................... 131 By a Sophomore Gerrod Henderson, 1999-00........................................ 173 By a Junior Jamel Guyton, 2008-09................................................ 191 By a Senior Byron Newton, 1988-89............................................... 206

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Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Eric Brown, 1991-92................................................ 77 2. Kyle Gibson, 2008-09............................................... 76 3. Jamel Guyton, 2009-10........................................... 70 3. Reggie Gibbs, 1989-90............................................ 70 5. Gerrod Henderson, 1999-2000............................... 68 By a Freshman Kenyon McNeaill, 2010-11............................................ 45 By a Sophomore Gerrod Henderson, 1999-00.......................................... 68 By a Junior Kyle Gibson, 2008-09...................................................... 76 By a Senior Byron Newton, 1988-89................................................. 76 Highest Three-Point FG% (Minimum 50 attempted) 3FGM 3FGA 3FG% 1. Kennedy Louis, 1988-89 28 56 50.0 2. JoJo Goldsmith, 1991-92 52 109 47.7 3. Eric Brown, 1991-92 77 167 46.1 4. Lavelle Felton, 2002-03 50 109 45.9 5. Brett Guillory, 1989-90 40 89 44.9 By a Freshman Raheem Appleby By a Sophomore Mark Dick, 1992-93 By a Junior Byron Newton, 1997-98 By a Senior Eric Brown, 1991-92 Kennedy Louis, 1988-89

40

100

40.0

37

85

43.5

28

63

44.4

42 28

84 56

50.0 50.0

Career Three-Pointers

Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Gerrod Henderson, 1998-02................................. 597 2. Lonnie Cooper, 1995-99......................................... 587 3. Kyle Gibson, 2006-10............................................. 580 4. Donell Allick, 2003-05............................................ 344 5. Brett Guillory, 1986-90........................................... 323 6. Craig Jackson, 1998-2000.................................... 313 7. Eric Brown, 1990-92.............................................. 300 8. DeAndre Brown, 2009-11..................................... 287 9. Johnny Miller, 1995-97.......................................... 283 10. Michael Wilder, 2001-03....................................... 227 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Lonnie Cooper, 1995-99......................................... 219 2. Kyle Gibson, 2006-10............................................. 217 3. Gerrod Henderson, 1998-02................................. 209 4. Brett Guillory, 1986-90........................................... 129 5. Eric Brown, 1990-92.............................................. 125 6. Craig Jackson, 1998-2000.................................... 107 7. Donell Allick, 2003-05............................................ 106 8. Johnny Miller, 1995-97.......................................... 102 9. DeAndre Brown, 2009-11....................................... 91 10. JoJo Goldsmith, 1988-92........................................ 88 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum 100 attempted) 3FGM 3FGA 3FG% 1. Mark Dick, 1991-93 45 102 44.1 2. JoJo Goldsmith, 1988-92 88 204 43.1 3. Lavelle Felton, 2001-03 72 172 41.9 4. Eric Brown, 1990-92 125 300 41.7 5. Reggie Gibbs, 1989-90 70 175 40.0

6. Brett Guillory, 1986-90 7. Darryl Knight, 1987-89 8. Eric Woods, 2002-05 9. Kyle Gibson, 2006-2010 10. Lonnie Cooper, 1995-99

129 58 52 217 219

323 150 137 580 587

Year-By-Year Three-Point Leaders Three-Pointers Made

Year Player 2011-12 Cordarius Johnson 2010-11 DeAndre Brown 2009-10 Jamel Guyton 2008-09 Kyle Gibson 2007-08 Kyle Gibson 2006-07 Trey McDowell 2005-06 Michael Wilds 2004-05 Donell Allick 2003-04 Donell Allick 2002-03 Lavelle Felton 2001-02 Gerrod Henderson 2000-01 Gerrod Henderson 1999-00 Gerrod Henderson 1998-99 Lonnie Cooper 1997-98 Lonnie Cooper 1996-97 Lonnie Cooper 1995-96 Johnny Miller 1994-95 Doug Annison 1993-94 Keith Spencer 1992-93 Mark Dick 1991-92 Eric Brown 1990-91 Eric Brown 1989-90 Reggie Gibbs 1988-98 Darryl Knight 1987-88 Brett Guillory 1986-87 Byon Newton

39.9 38.7 37.9 37.4 37.3

Made 58 50 70 76 65 58 36 54 52 50 56 56 68 60 63 57 57 46 13 37 77 48 70 47 51 30

Three-Pointers Attempted

Year Player 2011-12 Cordarius Johnson 2010-11 DeAndre Brown 2009-10 Kyle Gibson 2008-09 Jamel Guyton 2007-08 Kyle Gibson 2006-07 Trey McDowell 2005-06 Marcus Elliot 2004-05 Donell Allick 2003-04 Donell Allick 2002-03 Michael Wilder 2001-02 Gerrod Henderson 2000-01 Gerrod Henderson 1999-00 Gerrod Henderson 1998-99 Lonnie Cooper 1997-98 Lonnie Cooper 1996-97 Lonnie Cooper 1995-96 Johnny Miller 1994-95 Doug Annison 1993-94 Keith Spencer 1992-93 Mark Dick 1991-92 Eric Brown 1990-91 Eric Brown 1989-90 Reggie Gibbs 1988-89 Darryl Knight 1987-88 Brett Guillory 1986-87 Bryon Newton

Attempted 168 148 186 191 164 158 115 163 181 124 154 166 173 156 164 139 169 138 46 85 167 133 175 120 133 84


Free Throw Records Single-Game Free Throws

23 21 21 20 19 19

Most Free Throws Made 1. Mike McConathy vs. Lamar, 2-23-76 Jackie Moreland vs. Ark. Tech, 12-10-57 3. Joe Abendroth vs. SE Okla., 12-9-63 Jackie Moreland vs. McNeese, 1-18-58 5. Lonnie Cooper vs. NSU, 12-18-97

19 19 18 18 17

Highest Free Throw Percentage (minimum 10 attempted - all listed are 100 percent) (16-16), Mike McConathy, vs.Southern Miss, 2-9-77 (15-15), Jerry Hood vs. SLU, 2-13-95 (13-13), George Corley, vs. McNeese St., 2-4-69 (12-12), Derek Smith at Western Kentucky, 1-5-98 (12-12), Mike McConathy at Mercer, 12-4-76 (12-12). Bobby Wyatt vs. Lamar, 2-11-74 (11-11), Victor King vs. Centenary, 12-27-78 (10-10), Gerrod Henderson at Fresno St., 1-26-02 (10-10), Omar Cooper vs. UTPA (10-10), Jim Knotts vs. Hardin-Simmons, 12-28-56

Single-Season Free Throws Most Free Throws Attempted 1. Mike McConathy, 1976-77 2. Willie Bland, 1985-86 Karl Malone, 1982-83 4. Paul Millsap, 2004-05 5. Karl Malone, 1983-84 By a Freshman Jackie Moreland, 1957-58

Year-By-Year Free Throw Leaders

Year Player Made 2011-12 Trevor Gaskins 69 2010-11 Olu Ashaolu 117 2009-10 Kyle Gibson 184 2008-09 Kyle Gibson 132 2007-08 Kyle Gibson 107 2006-07 Chad McKenzie 83 2005-06 Paul Millsap 127 2004-05 Paul Millsap 143 2003-04 Paul Millsap 116 2002-03 Antonio Meeking 132 2001-02 Gerrod Henderson 162 2000-01 Gerrod Henderson 129 1999-00 Gerrod Henderson 126 1998-99 Lonnie Cooper 60 1997-98 Lonnie Cooper 114 1996-97 Lonnie Cooper 99 1995-96 Johnny Miller 75 1994-95 Doug Annison 99 1993-94 Ryan Bond 58 1992-93 Andre Jackson 50 1991-92 Anthony Dade 126 1990-91 P.J. Brown 98 1989-90 Anthony Dade 118 1988-89 Randy White 171 1987-88 Randy White 121 1986-87 Robert Godbolt 99 1985-86 Willie Bland 147 1984-85 Willie Bland 108 1983-84 Karl Malone 161 1982-83 Karl Malone 152

246 244 244 238 236

236 246

Most Free Throws Made 1. Mike McConathy, 1976-77 2. Kyle Gibson, 2009-10 3. Randy White, 1988-89 4. Jackie Moreland, 1957-58 5. Karl Malone, 1983-84 By a Freshman Jackie Moreland, 1957-58 By a Sophomore Karl Malone, 1982-83 By a Junior Karl Malone, 1983-84 By a Senior Mike McConathy, 1976-77

200 184 171 166 161 166 152 161 200

Highest Free Throw Percentage (Minimum 50 attempted) FTM FTA FT% 1. Lonnie Cooper, 1998-99 70 76 92.1 2. Jim Pruett, 1964-65 52 58 89.7 3. Ron McNabb, 1963-64 51 57 89.5 4. Dave Simmons, 1980-81 130 146 89.0 5. Emmerson Wafer, 1981-82 55 62 88.7 By a Freshman Jim Pruett, 1964-65 .897 (52-58) By a Sophomore Emmerson Wafer1979-80 .846 (44-52) By a Junior Emmerson Wafer, 1980-81 .879 (80-90) By a Senior Lonnie Cooper, 1998-99 .921 (70-76)

218 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 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54 1952-53 1951-52 1950-51 1949-50

244

Ken Roberson, Emmerson Wafer Dave Simmons Joe Ivory Victor King Victor King Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Bobby Wyatt Mike Green Mike Green Mike Green George Corley George Corley Malcolm Smith Charlie Bishop Leon Barmore Jerry Hood Joe Abendroth Joe Abendroth Joe Abendroth Joe Daigle Jack Moreland Jack Moreland Jack Moreland Jim Knotts Billy Wiggins L.V. Norris L.V. Norris Bill Baily Jerry Lovett Robert Bertrand George Latham

55 130 112 137 78 200 142 91 51 101 111 204 122 115 117 114 107 173 126 69 79 125 97 138 166 129 110 146 111 95 98 59 81

Career Free Throws Most Free Throws Attempted 1. Anthony Dade, 1988-92 2. Antonio Meeking, 1999-2003 3. Randy White, 1985-89 4. Karl Malone, 1982-85 5. Mike McConathy, 1973-77 6. Paul Millsap, 2003-06 7. Billy Wiggins, 1952-56 8. Gerrod Henderson, 1998-02 9. Kyle Gibson, 2006-10 10. Mike Green, 1969-73

770 679 671 650 604 623 599 582 575 559

Most Free Throws Made 1. Gerrod Henderson, 1998-02 2. Mike McConathy, 1973-77 3. Randy White, 1985-89 4. Kyle Gibson, 2006-10 5. Anthony Dade, 1988-92 6. Billy Wiggins, 1952-56 7. Karl Malone, 1982-85 8. Mike Green, 1969-73 9. Jackie Moreland, 1967-71 10. Antonio Meeking, 1999-03

470 465 462 444 437 420 410 404 401 395

Best Free Throw Percentage (minimum 100 attempted) 1. Jim Pruett, 1964-68 2. Emmerson Wafer, 1978-82 3. Eric Brown, 1990-92 4. Dave Simmons, 1977-81 5. Brett Guillory, 1986-90 6. Gerrod Henderson, 1998-02 7. Andy Knowles, 1970-72 8. Jamel Guyton, 2008-10 9. Charles “Bud” Frye, 1955-59 10. Louis Cook, 1985-87

Year-By-Year FT Attempt Leaders

Year Player Attempts 2011-12 Brandon Gibson 92 2010-11 Olu Ashaolu 194 2009-10 Kyle Gibson 219 2008-09 Kyle Gibson 180 2007-08 Kyle Gibson 144 2006-07 Chad McKenzie 110 2005-06 Paul Millsap 204 2004-05 Paul Millsap 238 2003-04 Paul Millsap 181 2002-03 Antonio Meeking 192 2001-02 Gerrod Henderson 197 2000-01 Antonio Meeking 189 1999-00 Antonio Meeking 160 1998-99 Derek Smith 85 1997-98 Lonnie Cooper 142 1996-97 Lonnie Cooper 139 1995-96 Ryan Bond 108 1994-95 Doug Annison 139 1993-94 LaMont King 91 1992-93 Andre Jackson 60 1991-92 Anthony Dade 230 1990-91 Anthony Dade 170 1989-90 Anthony Dade 192 1988-89 Randy White 229 1987-88 Randy White 189 1986-87 Robert Godbolt 139 1985-86 Willie Bland 244 1984-85 Karl Malone 170 1983-84 Karl Malone 236 1982-83 Karl Malone 244

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 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54 1952-53 1951-52 1950-51 1949-50

FTM FTA 136 156 214 252 104 125 333 407 227 279 470 582 122 152 120 150 263 332 121 153

Ken Roberson Dave Simmons Joe Ivory Victor King Victor King Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Bobby Wyatt Mike Green Mike Green Jim Jenkins George Corley George Corley Malcolm Smith Richard Peek Leon Barmore Jerry Hood Joe Abendroth Joe Abendroth Joe Abendroth Joe Daigle Joe Daigle Jack Moreland Jack Moreland Ray Germany, Jim Knotts Jim Knotts L.V. Norris L.V. Norris Bill Baily Jerry Lovett Robert Betrand George Latham

FT% 87.2 84.9 83.2 81.8 81.4 80.8 80.3 80.0 79.2 79.1

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Most Free Throws Attempted 1. Jackie Moreland vs. McNeese, 1-18-58 2. Joe Abendroth vs. SE Okla., 12-9-63 Jackie Moreland vs. Ark. Tech, 12-10-57 4. Mike McConathy vs. Lamar, 2-23-76 5. Lonnie Cooper vs. NSU, 12-18-97 Karl Malone at UT-Arlington, 2-5-83

By a Sophomore Karl Malone, 1982-83 By a Junior Karl Malone, 1983-84 By a Senior Mike McConathy, 1976-77

96 146 169 191 114 246 189 119 59 146 153 171 159 154 151 154 144 173 162 85 113 186 123 179 218 165 155 195 152 165 140 99 132

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Name Mike Green Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Jackie Moreland Mike McConathy Jackie Moreland Jackie Moreland Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Mike Green Mike Green Mike Green Mike Green Mike McConathy Karl Malone Mike Green Mike Green Jim Jenkins Jackie Moreland Jackie Moreland Joe Abendroth Jerry Hood Charlie Bishop Lanky Wells Mike Green Mike Green Gerrod Henderson Randy White Karl Malone Victor King Mike Green Craig Jackson Randy White Victor King Lanky Wells Mike Green Mike Green Mike Green Randy White Karl Malone Joe Ivory Mike McConathy Mike Green L. V. Norris L. V. Norris Billy Wiggins Jackie Moreland Leon Barmore George Corley Antonio Meeking Karl Malone Lanky Wells Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Lanky Wells Chester Coker Joe Abendroth Jackie Moreland Jackie Moreland L. V. Norris Trey McDowell Lonnie Cooper Johnny Miller Randy White Victor King Mike McConathy Mike McConathy Lanky Wells Lanky Wells Andy Knowles

Pts. 47 47 45 43 41 41 41 41 41 41 40 40 40 40 40 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 38 38 38 37 37 37 37 37 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33

Opponent Date Lamar 1-22-73 Lamar 2-23-76 at NW (La.) St. 12-11-76 Ark. Tech 12-10-57 East Tenn. St.7 11-29-76 at Ark. Tech 12-19-59 E. New Mexico 12-17-57 McNeese State 2-24-77 NW (La.) St. 2-28-77 Texas-Arlington 2-26-73 UL-Monroe 12-9-71 SMU 12-1-72 at Centenary 12-2-72 Lamar 2-13-75 at Centenary 12-5-83 at Mercer 12-28-72 at McNeese St. 2-17-72 at Arkansas St. 2-9-72 SE Oklahoma 12-1-58 Texas Wesleyan 12-4-58 Centenary 2-6-63 at SLU 1-8-65 at Louisiana Col. 12-18-67 at UL-Monroe 1-20-75 UL-Lafayette 1-20-73 UL-Monroe 1-3-73 at UALR 2-12-00 at Middle Tenn. 12-20-88 at Ball State 12-21-82 Centenary1 12-27-78 at Abilene Christian 3-3-73 UALR 1-13-99 Lamar 2-16-89 UL-Monroe 1-10-78 Centenary 1-4-77 Abilene Christian 2-24-73 at Oklahoma 1-29-73 Southen Miss. 12-18-72 LSU 12-6-88 Lamar 2-14-83 at UT-Arlington 3-1-79 Lamar 1-31-77 at SLU 1-15-72 at UL-Lafayette 2-26-54 at Louisiana Col. 1-22-55 UL-Monroe 2-29-56 Centenary 1-8-58 at Centenary 2-21-66 at Texas A&M 12-12-68 Nevada 1-16-03 at UT-Arlington 2-5-83 at UT-Arlington 2-21-77 at Lamar 2-14-77 UL-Lafayette 1-6-77 at Arkansas St. 1-26-76 Lamar 2-13-75 Centenary 1-27-55 SE Okla. 12-9-63 East Texas St. 12-7-57 McNeese St. 1-18-58 Texas Wesleyan 12-14-54 NMSU 1-27-07 at Arkansas St. 2-2-98 at W. Kentucky 2-15-97 at UL-Monroe 2-20-89 at UL-Monroe 1-25-79 McNeese St. 2-16-76 at UL-Lafayette 1-14-76 New Orleans 1-12-76 Arkansas St. 2-3-75 at McNeese 12-28-71

Mike Green 33 Oral Roberts 12-7-70 Jerry Hood 33 SLU 2-13-65 Gerrod Henderson 32 Nicholls St. 12-16-99 Lonnie Cooper 32 Miss. Valley St.5 12-13-97 Doug Annison 32 at UALR 1-5-95 Victor King 32 at North Texas 12-18-78 Mike McConathy 32 at UL-Monroe 12-30-75 Mike McConathy 32 Houston Baptist 12-8-75 Mike Green 32 McNeese 2-12-73 Jerry Hood 32 Southern Miss. 1-9-65 L. V. Norris 32 at NW (La.) St. 2-22-55 Jerry Lovett 32 SLU 2-8-52 Kyle Gibson 32 Fresno State 1-14-10 DeAndre Brown 31 at Northwestern St. 12-7-10 Paul Millsap 31 at Auburn 11-27-04 Gerrod Henderson 31 at Louisville 12-4-99 Lonnie Cooper 31 Arkansas St. 2-21-98 Anthony Dade 31 Lamar 2-21-91 Reggie Gibbs 31 at Vanderbilt 3-15-90 Anthony Dade 31 at Lamar4 3-3-89 Randy White 31 Arkansas St. 2-11-89 Victor King 31 UL-Monroe 1-8-79 Mike McConathy 31 Texas-Arlington 2-3-77 Lanky Wells 31 Lamar 1-31-77 Mike McConathy 31 Mercer 1-17-77 Barney Banks 31 at UL-Lafayette 2-17-73 Mike Green 31 Ga. Southern 12-16-72 Mike Green 31 NW (La.) St. 12-6-72 Richard Peek 31 UL-Monroe 1-11-66 Chester Coker 31 at Centenary 2-18-54 Charlie Bishop 31 Belmont Col. 12-14-67 Joe Abendroth 31 UL-Lafayette 2-15-64 Joe Abendroth 31 NW (La.) St. 2-26-63 Jackie Moreland 31 UL-Lafayette 1-10-59 Billy Wiggins 31 NW (La.) St. 2-21-56 Billy Wiggins 31 Eastern N.M. 12-14-55 L. V. Norris 31 Coe College6 3-8-55 L. V. Norris 31 Louisiana Col. 2-15-54 Jerry Lovett 31 at Miss. Col. 12-14-50 Jamel Guyton 31 Fresno State8 3-11-10 Raheem Appleby 30 at NMSU 2-4-12 Paul Millsap 30 at UTSA 12-12-04 Gerrod Henderson 30 at Mississippi St. 12-05-00 Johnny Miller 30 at New Orleans 1-22-97 Lorenzo Ewing 30 at Centenary 12-18-93 Anthony Dade 30 at Sam Houston 12-10-90 Anthony Dade 30 at New Orleans 2-3-90 Anthony Dade 30 Middle Tenn. 12-9-89 Randy White 30 McNeese St. 2-6-89 Byron Newton 30 LSU 12-6-88 Randy White 30 Arkansas St.3 3-5-88 Rennie Bailey 30 Texas-Arlington 2-4-84 Karl Malone 30 at UL-Lafayette 2-24-83 2 Dave Simmons 30 Portland St. 12-20-80 Joe Ivory 30 at Oklahoma 12-6-79 Victor King 30 at McNeese St. 1-28-78 Mike McConathy 30 Southern Miss. 2-9-77

Scoring Breakdown

40-Plus-Point Games by Player (15): 6 Mike McConathy 5 Mike Green 3 Jackie Moreland 1 Karl Malone 30-Plus-Point Games by Player (150): 23 Mike Green 18 Mike McConathy

11 9 8 8 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 2 2

Jackie Moreland Lanky Wells L. V. Norris Randy White Victor King Joe Abendroth Anthony Dade Karl Malone Billy Wiggins Charlie Bishop Jerry Hood Gerrod Henderson Lonnie Cooper Chester Coker George Corley

Mike McConathy Lanky Wells Lanky Wells Mike Green Mike Green Mike Green Andy Knowles Ray Germany Ron Futrell Jon Stephenson Tom Farrell Richard Peek George Corley Mike Green Mike Green Charlie Bishop Charlie Bishop Jerry Hood Joe Abendroth Jackie Moreland Jackie Moreland Billy Wiggins Billy Wiggins L. V. Norris L. V. Norris

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Texas-Arlington 2-2-76 at Mercer 12-6-75 UL-Monroe 1-9-75 at UL-Monroe 2-8-73 LSU-New Orleans 2-2-73 NW (La.) St. 2-24-72 at Arkansas St. 2-9-72 SLU 2-29-60 Southern Miss. 2-1-60 at Centenary 1-13-67 at UALR 12-19-68 Centenary 1-15-66 Nicholls St. 1-12-70 at Nicholls St. 1-7-71 LSU-New Orleans 3-13-71 NW (La.) St. 1-7-67 NW (La.) St. 1-9-68 at UL-Monroe 2-6-65 East Texas St. 12-7-63 SW Texas St. 12-6-58 at NW (La.) St. 2-21-59 La. College 2-14-56 SLU 12-10-55 UL-Lafayette 2-25-55 at UL-Lafayette 1-7-55

- Senior Bowl Tournament in Mobile, Ala. - Rainbow Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii 3 - American South Conference Tournament in Beaumont, Texas 4 - American South Conference Tournament in Lafayette, La. 5 - TCU Tournament in Fort Worth, Texas 6 - National NAIA in Kansas City, Kansas 7 - Peacemaker Classic in Monroe, La. 8 - WAC Tournament in Reno, Nev. 1 2

2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Joe Ivory Andy Knowles Jerry Lovett Johnny Miller Paul Millsap Richard Peek Doug Annison Rennie Bailey Barney Banks Leon Barmore DeAndre Brown Lorenzo Ewing Tom Farrell Ron Futrell Ray Germany

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Reggie Gibbs Craig Jackson Jim Jenkins Byron Newton Dave Simmons Jon Stephenson Antonio Meeking Trey McDowell Kyle Gibson Jamel Guyton Raheem Appleby


Overtime Games W 59-56 W 58-57 L 75-80 L 73-81 L 82-84 W 69-68 W 79-78 L 97-99 L 71-79 L 50-51 L 66-72 L 70-76 L 54-60 L 75-76 W 75-65 L 80-82 L 90-96 L 79-92 L 80-88 L 92-97 W 112-108 L 81-89 L 77-83 W 72-70 W 70-68 L 92-93 W 90-86 W 79-71 W 94-92 L 90-91 L 60-62 W 90-87 L 86-92 W 80-77 L 89-93 W 86-82 W 97-92 W 79-74 L 87-89 W 89-84 L 90-92 W 93-85 L 67-73 L 75-78 W 70-68 W 75-62 L 49-50 W 63-62 W 46-44 W 75-68 W 85-76 W 83-76 W 72-70 L 84-86 W 87-86 L 73-74 L 79-81 W 70-69 W 61-58 L 98-106 W 111-109 W 94-87 L 90-98 L 86-94 L 78-79

Gary Miller

Jan. 2, 1993 Feb. 14, 1994 Jan. 5, 1995 Mar. 4, 1995 Jan. 21, 1996 Dec. 14, 1996 Jan. 9, 1997 Feb. 2, 1998 Dec. 12, 1998 Jan. 9, 1999 Feb. 11, 1999 Dec. 2, 2000 Jan. 7, 2001 Feb. 8, 2001 Feb. 10, 2001 Dec. 1, 2001 Dec. 8, 2001 Feb. 23, 2002 Feb. 15, 2003 Feb. 14, 2004 Feb. 21, 2004 Feb. 19, 2005 Mar. 10, 2005 Jan. 28, 2006 Jan. 17, 2007 Feb. 23, 2008 Nov. 18, 2008 Nov. 30, 2011 Jan. 12, 2012

James Collins

at UTPA UALR at UALR UTPA12 at South Alabama Eastern Illinois13 at UALR at Arkansas State Southern Utah14 South Alabama New Orleans at Bradley at UALR UL-Lafayette Western Kentucky at Jackson State at Oklahoma Nevada at Nevada at San Jose State SMU UNO Fresno State15 at Fresno State New Mexico State Samford at Grambling State at Southeastern LA Idaho

L 59-62 L 66-62 W 61-60 L 48-51 W 46-45 L 76-88 L 69-76 L 78-82 W 76-68 W 75-65 W 87-82 W 70-67 W 75-70 W 81-75 W 73-72 W 99-96 L 67-71 W 86-83 W 99-97 L 56-53 W 74-68 L 87-85 L 84-81 W 68-66 W, 73-71 L, 70-73 W 80-74 L 69-72 L 88-90

Double Overtime Games (12) Feb. 8, 1958 McNeese State Jan. 11, 1966 UL-Monroe Jan. 27, 1977 at Arkansas State Jan. 31, 1977 Lamar Feb. 4, 1978 UT-Arlington Dec. 14, 1981 NW (La.) St. Feb. 24, 1983 at UL-Lafayette Jan. 25, 1997 Lamar Feb. 6, 1999 at Fla. International Feb. 5, 2004 Fresno State Dec. 12, 2009 at Centenary Dec. 6, 2011 Northwestern State

L 55-58 W 91-89 L 80-82 L 103-107 W 79-77 W 82-81 W 76-72 L 86-93 L 65-73 W 80-75 W 102-96 W 94-93

Triple Overtime Games (5) Jan. 5, 1970 UL-Monroe Jan. 24, 1981 Hardin-Simmons Mar. 4, 1982 McNeese State1 Feb. 3, 1990 at New Orleans Jan. 11, 1996 UTPA

L 106-107 W 79-71 L 77-78 L 110-100 W 56-55

Barney Banks

Won-Loss Record In Overtime Games (Since 1950) Overall (111 games): 56 wins, 55 losses Home (41 games): 26 wins, 15 losses Road (57 games): 24 wins, 33 losses Neutral (13 games): 6 wins, 7 losses

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Single Overtime Games (94) Dec. 13, 1951 at Arkansas State Feb. 6, 1953 McNeese State Dec. 14, 1953 at North Texas Jan. 23, 1954 at NW (La.) St. Feb. 10, 1954 UL-Monroe Dec. 28, 1954 Hamline2 Jan. 7, 1955 at UL-Lafayette Jan. 27, 1955 at Centenary Jan. 3, 1956 at Arkansas Tech Feb. 1, 1958 at Southern Miss Mar. 3, 1958 NW (La.) St. 60-61 Season Southwest Texas St. Jan. 4, 1962 at McNeese State Jan. 13, 1962 at UL-Monroe Jan. 5, 1963 Centenary Jan. 19, 1963 at NW (La.) St. Feb. 11, 1963 at Southern Miss Dec. 16, 1963 at Mississippi Dec. 28, 1963 NW (La.) St. Feb. 6, 1965 at UL-Monroe Feb. 21, 1966 at Centenary Feb. 20, 1967 at Southern Miss Feb. 15, 1968 at McNeese State Jan. 18, 1969 at Nicholls State Jan. 27, 1969 Centenary Feb. 7, 1969 at La. College Feb. 22, 1969 Nicholls State Jan. 20, 1970 La. College Feb. 25, 1970 UL-Lafayette Mar. 12, 1971 Tennessee State3 Jan. 13, 1973 at McNeese State Dec. 5, 1973 Mercer Dec. 19, 1973 Morehead Jan. 14, 1974 Houston Baptist Dec. 16, 1974 at Morehead Dec. 28, 1974 Rice4 Jan. 9, 1975 UL-Monroe Feb. 3, 1975 Arkansas State Dec. 13, 1975 Morehead Jan. 26, 1976 at Arkansas State Feb. 21, 1977 at UT-Arlington Nov. 27, 1978 Arkansas Tech Jan. 8, 1979 UL-Monroe Jan. 25, 1979 at UL-Monroe Feb. 26, 1979 at UL-Lafayette Dec. 12, 1980 Western Michigan5 Dec. 28, 1980 Clemson6 Nov. 29, 1982 at Rice Feb. 12, 1983 at Arkansas State Feb. 2, 1984 at North Texas Feb. 21, 1984 Centenary Feb. 14, 1985 at UL-Lafayette Mar. 8, 1985 UL-Monroe7 Mar. 21, 1985 Oklahoma8 Dec. 28, 1985 Arizona State9 Jan. 16, 1986 at UL-Lafayette Dec. 6, 1986 at Stephen F. Austin Dec. 23, 1986 at Weber State Jan. 17, 1987 at Arkansas State Dec. 4, 1988 at Syracuse10 Dec. 6, 1988 at LSU Dec. 8, 1988 at Oral Roberts Mar. 14, 1990 at Vanderbilt11 Feb. 7, 1991 at UL-Lafayette Feb. 13, 1992 at W. Kentucky

Thomas Assembly Center (15 games): 10 wins, 5 losses Southland Conf. Tournament, Lafayette, La. 2 Louisiana Invitational, Shreveport, La. 3 NCAA Regional Playoff, Lafayette, La. 4 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La. 5 Bayou Classic, Lafayette, La. 6 Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii 7 Southland Conf. Tournament, Ruston, La. 8 NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinal, Dallas, Texas 9 BMA Holiday Classic, Kansas City, Mo. 10 Carrier Classic, Syracuse, N.Y. 11 NIT First Round, Nashville, Tenn. 12 Sun Belt Conf. Tourney, Little Rock, Ark. 13 Indiana Classic, Bloomington, Ind. 14 Cougar Classic, Provo, Utah 15 WAC Tournament, Reno, Nev. 1

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Robert S. Wynn

L.P. McLane

Herb Duggins

Cecil Crowley

All-Time Coaching Records

Year Coach 1925-26 R. C. Kenny 1926-27 Robert S. Wynn 1927-28 Robert S. Wynn 1928-29 Robert S. Wynn 1929-30 Robert S. Wynn 1930-31 Robert S. Wynn 1931-32 Hal Lee 1932-33 Hal Lee 1933-34 Hal Lee 1934-35 L. P. McLane 1935-36 L. P. McLane 1936-37 Herb Duggins 1937-38 Herb Duggins 1938-39 Herb Duggins 1939-40 Herb Duggins 1940-41 Cecil Crowley 1941-42 Cecil Crowley 1942-43 Discontinued 1943-44 Discontinued 1944-45 Joe Aillet 1945-46 Cecil Crowley 1946-47 Cecil Crowley 1947-48 Cecil Crowley 1948-49 Cecil Crowley 1949-50 Cecil Crowley 1950-51 Cecil Crowley 1951-52 Cecil Crowley 1952-53 Cecil Crowley 1953-54 Cecil Crowley 1954-55 Cecil Crowley 1955-56 Cecil Crowley 1956-57 Cecil Crowley 1957-58 Cecil Crowley 1958-59 Cecil Crowley 1959-60 Cecil Crowley 1960-61 Cecil Crowley 1961-62 Cecil Crowley 1962-63 Cecil Crowley 1963-64 Cecil Crowley 1964-65 Scotty Robertson 1965-66 Scotty Robertson 1966-67 Scotty Robertson 1967-68 Scotty Robertson 1968-69 Scotty Robertson 1969-70 Scotty Robertson 1970-71 Scotty Robertson 1971-72 Scotty Robertson 1972-73 Scotty Robertson 1973-74 Scotty Robertson 1974-75 Emmett Hendricks 1975-76 Emmett Hendricks 1976-77 Emmett Hendricks 1977-78 J. D. Barnett

Joe Aillet

Scotty Robertson

Emmett Hendricks

J.D. Barnett

W 7 14 15 12 13 7 4 8 12 14 12 7 5 10 5 7 13

L 7 8 10 13 12 12 9 4 6 7 5 12 9 8 17 10 8

Pct. .500 .636 .600 .480 .520 .368 .308 .667 .667 .667 .706 .368 .357 .556 .227 .412 .619

Hm --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Awy --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Neu --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Unk. 7-7 14-8 15-10 12-13 13-12 7-12 4-9 8-4 12-6 14-7 12-5 7-12 5-9 10-8 5-17 7-10 13-8

Championships --- SIAA Champs SIAA Champs --- --- --- --- --- SIAA Champs ----------- --- --- LIC Champs

Post-season -------------------

---------

5 16 12 14 11 11 11 13 17 11 20 11 14 15 21 17 7 6 10 12 10 14 20 16 12 17 23 23 18 8 12 15 13 6

12 8 6 10 11 9 10 11 10 14 10 14 11 10 4 9 16 17 13 10 11 11 8 9 13 5 5 3 8 13 13 11 13 21

.294 .667 .667 .583 .500 .550 .524 .542 .630 .440 .667 .440 .560 .600 .840 .654 .304 .260 .435 .545 .476 .560 .714 .640 .480 .773 .821 .885 .692 .381 .480 .577 .500 .222

--- 9-2 8-2 --- 9-3 8-2 3-0 7-2 14-1 9-4 11-3 9-3 10-2 9-3 13-0 9-2 6-7 6-6 7-4 9-2 7-4 8-4 9-2 8-4 7-4 10-1 10-0 11-1 10-1 4-3 8-1 10-3 8-5 5-5

--- 7-6 4-4 --- 2-8 3-7 1-0 6-7 3-8 2-10 7-5 2-9 3-7 2-6 5-4 7-5 0-7 0-8 1-9 4-7 3-7 5-6 10-4 6-5 4-8 7-4 10-4 11-2 6-7 4-8 2-10 4-8 4-8 0-14

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

5-12 --- --- 14-10 --- --- 7-10 --- --- --- 0-1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- LIC Champs LIC Champs --- --- --- --- GSC Champs --- GSC Champs --- --- --- GSC Champs --- --- --- --- GSC Champs --- --- GSC Champs --- --- GSC Champs GSC Champs --- --- --- --- SLC Champs --- ---

--------------NAIA NAIA --NAIA ----------------------NCAA ------NCAA ---------------


Tommy Joe Eagles

Jerry Loyd

Jim Wooldridge

Keith Richard

1978-79 J. D. Barnett 17 8 .680 10-3 6-5 1-0 --- 1979-80 Andy Russo 17 10 .630 10-5 6-4 1-1 --- 1980-81 Andy Russo 20 10 .667 8-1 8-7 4-2 --- 1981-82 Andy Russo 11 16 .407 5-6 6-9 0-1 --- 1982-83 Andy Russo 19 9 .679 12-1 6-7 1-1 --- 1983-84 Andy Russo 26 7 .788 14-0 10-6 2-1 --- 1984-85 Andy Russo 29 3 .906 14-0 11-1 4-2 --- 1985-86 Tommy Eagles 20 14 .588 9-3 6-9 5-2 --- 1986-87 Tommy Eagles 22 8 .733 12-1 6-6 4-1 --- 1987-88 Tommy Eagles 22 9 .710 12-0 7-7 3-2 --- 1988-89 Tommy Eagles 23 9 .719 10-1 7-7 6-1 --- 1989-90 Jerry Loyd 20 8 .714 10-0 5-5 5-2 --- 1990-91 Jerry Loyd 21 10 .677 9-1 8-7 4-2 --- 1991-92 Jerry Loyd 23 8 .742 13-1 7-6 3-1 --- 1992-93 Jerry Loyd 7 21 .250 3-8 2-11 1-2 --- 1993-94 Jerry Loyd 2 25 .074 2-9 0-13 0-2 --- 1994-95 Jim Wooldridge 14 13 .519 8-3 5-9 1-1 --- 1995-96 Jim Wooldridge 11 17 .393 7-5 2-9 2-3 --- 1996-97 Jim Wooldridge 15 14 .517 7-4 6-8 2-2 --- 1997-98 Jim Wooldridge 12 15 .444 8-4 3-9 1-2 --- 1998-99 Keith Richard 19 9 .679 9-0 6-8 4-1 --- 1999-00 Keith Richard 21 8 .724 10-1 10-6 1-1 --- 2000-01 Keith Richard 17 12 .586 9-3 7-7 1-2 --- 2001-02 Keith Richard 22 10 .688 13-2 9-7 0-1 --- 2002-03 Keith Richard 12 15 .444 9-4 3-10 0-1 --- 2003-04 Keith Richard 15 15 .500 8-5 6-9 1-1 — 2004-05 Keith Richard 14 15 .483 8-4 5-9 1-2 --- 2005-06 Keith Richard 20 13 .606 10-2 8-9 2-2 --- 2006-07 Keith Richard 10 20 .333 7-4 3-13 0-3 --- 2007-08 Kerry Rupp 6 24 .200 5-9 0-12 1-3 --- 2008-09 Kerry Rupp 15 18 454 9-4 5-11 1-3 --- 2009-10 Kerry Rupp 24 11 .686 12-2 9-8 3-1 --- 2010-11 Kerry Rupp 12 20 .375 8-6 2-14 2-0 --- 2011-12 Michael White 18 16 .529 11-4 4-10 3-2 ---

By Wins

Coach Cecil Crowley Scotty Robertson Keith Richard Andy Russo Tommy Joe Eagles Jerry Loyd Robert S. Wynn Kerry Rupp Jim Wooldridge Emmett Hendricks Herb Duggins L. P. McLane Hal Lee J. D. Barnett Michael White R. C. Kenny Joe Aillet

Seasons 21 10 9 6 4 5 5 4 4 3 4 2 3 2 1 1 1

Gms 490 247 267 177 127 145 116 130 111 77 73 38 43 52 34 14 17

W-L 269-221 161-86 150-117 122-55 87-40 73-72 61-55 57-73 52-59 40-37 27-46 26-12 24-19 23-29 18-16 7-7 5-12

Pct. .549 .652 .562 .689 .685 .503 .526 .438 .468 .519 .370 .684 .558 .442 .529 .500 .294

Chronologically

Kerry Rupp --- --- --- --- --- --- SLC Champs --- SLC Champs ASC Champs --- ASC Champs --- SBC Champs --- --- --- --- --- --- SBC Champs --- --- --- --- — --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Years Coach Seasons Gms 1925-26 R. C. Kenny 1 14 1926-31 Robert S. Wynn 5 116 1931-34 Hal Lee 3 43 1934-36 L. P. McLane 2 38 1936-40 Herb Duggins 4 73 1940-42; (Basketball discontinued 1942-43; 1943-44) 1945-64 Cecil Crowley 21 490 1944-45 Joe Aillet 1 17 1964-74 Scotty Robertson 10 247 1974-77 Emmett Hendricks 3 77 1977-79 J. D. Barnett 2 52 1979-85 Andy Russo 6 177 1985-89 Tommy Joe Eagles 4 127 1989-94 Jerry Loyd 5 145 1994-98 Jim Wooldridge 4 111 1998-07 Keith Richard 9 267 2007-11 Kerry Rupp 4 130 2011-12 Michael White 1 34

Michael White ----------NCAA NCAA Sweet 16 NIT Final Four NCAA NIT NCAA NIT NCAA NIT ------------------NIT --— --NIT ------CIT -----

W-L 7-7 61-55 24-19 26-12 27-46

Pct. .500 .526 .558 .684 .370

269-221 5-12 161-86 40-37 23-29 122-55 87-40 73-72 52-59 150-117 57-73 18-16

.549 .294 .652 .519 .442 .689 .685 .503 .468 .562 .438 .529

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Opponent TeAM Records Most Points Scored Overall 124 Oklahoma, 3-18-89 114 Arkansas, 12-5-90 113 Lamar, 2-28-93 At Thomas Assembly Center 93 New Orleans, 2-3-93 93 Lamar, 1-25-00 (OT) 93 Northwestern State, 12-6-11 (2OT)

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 49, Lamar, 2-28-93 33, Western Carolina, 11-28-08 32, Navy, 11-20-10 32, Jackson State, 12-22-01 31, Austin College, 11-13-10 31, Centenary, 1-31-94 31, Auburn, 12-4-01

Free Throw Percentage (minimum five attempts) TCU, 12-23-99 Central Fla., 2-16-91 Lamar, 2-21-85 UL-Monroe, 12-18-90 UL-Lafayette, 2-24-83

Fewest Points Scored Overall 27 UL-Monroe, 2-10-59 34 East Texas State, 12-17-58 36 Boise State, 12-30-01 At Thomas Assembly Center 36 Boise State, 12-30-01 37 UL-Monroe, 1-5-89 39 Arkansas State, 1-20-83

Three-Point Field Goals Made 23 Lamar, 2-28-93 20 Centenary, 12-12-09 14 Denver, 12-29-99 14 Harding, 11-20-01 14 San Jose State, 1-13-05

Rebounds 69 UL-Monroe, 2-29-56 66 Saint Louis, 12-3-55 64 Jackson State, 12-7-93

Field Goals Attempted 100 Southern Illinois, 12-13-73 98 Southern Mississippi, 1-3-69 98 Oral Roberts, 1-28-72 98 Oklahoma, 3-18-89 Field Goals Made 48 Lamar, 1-31-77 48 Oklahoma, 3-18-89 47 Centenary, 12-1-73 Field Goal Percentage 68.1 Arkansas State, 1-19-78 67.5 Arkansas State, 1-21-80 67.5 Connecticut, 3-21-88

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Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum five attempts) FGA FGM SFA, 12-6-86 5 5 New Orleans, 1-12-91 4 5 Arkansas St., 2-4-88 4 5 Free Throws Attempted 62 Texas Christian, 12-23-93 56 Nevada, 2-15-03 52 Nicholls State, 11-26-94 51 McNeese State, 2-18-84 Free Throws Made 41, McNeese State, 2-18-84 37, Texas Christian, 12-23-93 37, Nevada, 2-15-03 36, North Dakota, 2-16-11 36, East Texas State, 12-1-54 36, Nicholls State, 11-26-94

BROWN

FG% 100.0 80.0 80.0

FTA 21 11 11 8 8

FTM 21 11 11 8 8

Assists 30 New Orleans, 2-3-90 27 Centenary, 12-1-73 27 Oklahoma, 12-9-78 27 Syracuse, 12-4-88 27 Lamar, 2-28-93 Steals 22 Centenary, 12-10-92 20 UTPA, 1-13-94 Blocks 14 Arkansas, 12-5-90 13 Jackson State, 12-7-93 12 Auburn, 12-4-01 Turnovers 33 Centenary, 12-2-72 33 Mercer, 12-5-73 33 Southern Illinois, 12-13-73

rennie

bailey

FT% 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


Opponent Individual Records

Field Goal Attempts 44 by Dwight Lamar, UL-Lafayette, 2-18-71 43 by Don Scaife, Arkansas State, 2-4-75 39 by Richard Fuqua, Oral Roberts, 1-28-72 36 by Dwight Lamar, UL-Lafayette, 1-22-72 36 by Dwight Lamar, UL-Lafayette, 2-14-72 36 by Joe Meriweather, So. Ill., 12-13-73 Field Goal Made 20 by Dwight Lamar, UL-Lafayette, 1-22-71 20 by Dwight Lamar, UL-Lafayette, 2-18-71 16 by Lloyd Neal, Tennessee State, 3-12-71 15 by Dwight Lamar, UL-Lafayette, 2-25-70 15 by Henry Steele, UL-Monroe, 2-8-71 Field Goal Percentage (minimum eight attempts) 100.0 (8-8) Henry Jones, Lamar, 1-23-75 90.9 (10-11) Jerome Coaxum, So. Alabama, 2-3-97 90.0 (9-10) Jerome Batiste, McNeese State, 2-18-84 88.8 (8-9) Arthur Agee, Arkansas State, 2-7-94 88.8 (8-9) Eddie Brown, Houston Bapt., 12-27-71 88.8 (8-9) Malik Dixon, UALR, 1-25-96 88.8 (8-9) Tim Horiarty, Rice, 12-28-74 88.8 (8-9) Don Wilson, SLU, 1-8-65 Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 16 Brion McGovern, South Alabama, 1-21-96 16 Arthur Ireland, Denver, 12-29-99 15 Mark Alberts, Akron, 11-25-89 15 Bryan Hopkins, SMU, 2-21-04 13 Fred Brown, ULM, 12-4-10 13 Robert Nyakundi, SMU, 12-1-10 13 Aaron Mitchell, Southeastern La., 1-10-91 13 Lalo Rios, Texas-Pan American, 1-11-96 13 Derrick Bird, Auburn, 12-4-01

KARL

Assists 18 Filiberto Rivera,UTEP, 2-25-05 16 David Johnson, Sam Houston, 12-10-90 14 Ennis Whatley, Alabama, 12-18-82 13 Atiim Browne, Lamar, 2-28-93 13 Alvin Brooks, Lamar, 2-16-81 13 Larry Saulters, UL-Monroe, 2-14-70 Three-Point Field Goals Made 9 B.J. Pratt, Denver, 21-29-99 8 Darren McCrillis, Harding, 11-20-01 8 Sydney Grider, UL-Lafayette, 2-25-89 7 Alonzo Stephens, Montana State, 12-10-88 7 Keith Gray, Arkansas State, 2-2-91 7 Jeff Jacobs, Texas Christian, 12-17-94 7 Russell McCutheon, South Alabama, 2-9-95 7 Derrick Bird, Auburn, 12-4-01 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum five attempts) 88.8 (8-9) Sydney Grider, UL-Lafayette, 2-25-89 86.5 (6-7) Matt Roe, Syracuse, 12-4-88 83.3 (5-6) Malik Dixon, UALR, 1-25-96 83.3 (5-6) Kenta Alexander, NW (La.) St., 12-6-96 83.3 (5-6) Michael Freliex, W. Kentucky, 2-10-94 83.3 (5-6) Idrion Reed, Ark.-Monticello, 11-27-01 83.3 (5-6) Andrew Wisniewski, Centenary, 1-30-02 Free Throw Attempts 23 Dan Henderson, Arkansas State, 1-27-77 22 Mike Heitmann, Texas A&M,1-24-70 21 Joe Dumars, McNeese State, 2-18-84 21 James Christanelli, SE Okla. St., 12-18-68 20 Cherokee Rhone, Centenary, 12-5-81 Free Throws Made 19 Joe Dumars, McNeese State, 2-18-84 19 James Christanelli, SE Okla. St., 12-28-68 18 Reggie Jackson, Nicholls State, 11-26-94 18 Mike Heitmann, Texas A&M, 1-24-70 18 Dick Brown, NW (La.) St., 2-12-57

MALONE

Free Throw Percentage (minimum 10 attempts) 100.0 (16-16) Tony Harris, New Orleans, 2-23-89 100.0 (14-14) Elvin Ivory, UL-Lafayette, 2-2-67 100.0 (12-12 Adrian Oliver, SJSU, 1-21-10 100.0 (12-12) Charlie Burke, South Ala., 1-20-94 100.0 (12-12) George McConathy, NW (La.) St., 2-4-56 100.00 (12-12) Omar Thomas, UTEP, 2-25-05 100.0 (10-10) Kenyatt Clyde, So. Utah, 12-12-98 100.0 (10-10) Danny Moore, SW Mo. St., 2-5-98 100.0 (10-10) Chris Clay, UTPA, 1-30-95 100.0 (10-10) Kurt Thomas, TCU, 12-17-94 100.0 (10-10) Atiim Browe, Lamar, 1-8-94 100.0 (10-10) Ike Mills, Lamar, 2-23-76 100.0 (10-10) Andrew Harris, UL-Monroe, 12-9-71 100.0 (10-10) Aaron Farley, Harding, 11-20-01 100.0 (10-10) Ja’Vance Coleman, Fresno St., 1-28-06 Rebounds 27 Willie Fisher, Jacksonville, 12-4-93 25 Wendell Lander, So. Miss., 1-20-69 23 Robert Parish, Centenary, 1-10-76 23 Dreike Bouldin, Fresno State, 1-8-05 22 Bob Williams, East Texas State, 1-10-56 21 John Rudd, McNeese State, 2-17-75

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Most Points 51 by Dwight Lamar, UL-Lafayette, 2-14-72 48 by Dwight Lamar, UL-Lafayette, 1-22-72 48 by Chris Jackson, LSU, 12-6-88 47 by Tom Kerwin, Centenary, 2-21-66 47 by Kenneth Lyons, North Texas, 3-10-83

Blocks 10 Brian Skinner, Baylor, 12-30-95 9 Oliver Miller, Arkansas, 12-5-90 9 Brad Sellers, Ohio State, 3-24-86 9 Kyle Davis, Auburn, 12-04-01 8 Miles Robertson, Texas-Arlington, 3-1-79 7 William Mosley, Northwestern State, 12-5-09 7 Muntrelle Dobbins, UALR, 1-9-97 7 Kelvin Cato, South Alabama, 2-19-94 Steals 8 Chris Conaway, Montana State, 12-3-87 7 Nate Johnson, Louisville, 12-4-99 7 Carl Malvo, Lamar, 1-8-94 7 Johnny Martin, NW (La.) St., 12-14-81 7 Donell Taylor, UAB, 11-29-04

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Thomas assembly Center TEAM Records Most Points Scored 1. 122 by Tech vs. Concordia Lutheran, 12-1-86 2. 113 by Tech vs. Lamar, 2-21-91 3. 111 by Tech vs. Centenary, 12-14-91 Fewest Points Scored 1. 30 by Tech vs. Utah State, 3-5-11 2. 36 by Boise State vs. Tech, 12-30-01 3. 37 by Tech vs. Utah State, 1-8-09 4. 39 by UTPA vs. Tech, 1-8-93 39 by Arkansas State vs. Tech, 1-20-83 Field Goals Attempted 1. 88 by Oral Roberts vs. Tech, 1-9-89 2. 85 by Centenary vs. Tech, 2-14-91 3. 83 by Tech vs. Wyoming, 12-7-92 Field Goals Made 1. 54 by Tech vs. Concordia Lutheran, 12-1-86 2. 47 by Tech vs. Lamar, 2-21-91 3. 41 by Tech vs. Centenary, 12-14-91 (By a Tech opponent: 36 by Centenary, 2-21-84 and Texas-Arlington, 3-3-83) Field Goal Percentage 1. 71.7 by Tech (38-53) vs. UL-Lafayette, 1-19-85 2. 68.4 by Tech (54-79) vs. Concordia Lutheran, 12-1-86 3. 66.7 by Tech (28-42) vs. W. Kentucky, 2-3-92 (By a Tech opponent: 60.4 by Arkansas State (29-48), 12-30-00) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 34 by Tech vs. Mississippi College, 11-13-11 2. 31 by Austin College vs. Tech, 11-13-10 31 by Centenary vs. Tech, 1-31-94

Yearly Attendance

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 15 by Tech vs. Lamar, 2-15-92 2. 14 by Harding vs. Tech, 11-20-01 14 by Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 12-13-05 4. 13 by Tech vs. Northwestern St., 12-6-11 13 by Tech vs. Idaho, 1-12-12 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum 10 attempted) 1. 66.7 by Tech (10-15) vs. Central Fla., 1-25-92 2. 62.5 by UALR (10-16) vs. Tech, 1-13-99 3. 61.5 by Tech vs. New Mexico State, 2-26-09 61.5 by Ill.-Chicago (8-13) vs. Tech, 11-16-97 61.5 by Tech (8-13) vs. Lamar, 2-3-96 61.5 by Tech (8-13) vs. Central Mich., 1-4-92 Free Throws Attempted 1. 46 by Tech vs. NW (La.) St., 12-18-97 2. 45 by New Orleans vs. Tech, 1-12-91 3. 44 by Tech vs. Nevada, 2-23-02 Free Throws Made 1. 37 by Tech vs. Nevada, 2-23-02 2. 36 by Tech vs. North Texas, 2-22-86 3. 33 by Tech vs. UL-Monore, 1-4-88 (By a Tech opponent: 31 by UL-Lafayette, 2-26-94) Free Throw Percentage (minimum 10 attempted) 1. 100.0 by Central Fla. (11-11) vs. Tech, 2-16-91 100.0 by Lamar (11-11) vs. Tech, 2-21-85 3. 94.4 by New Mexico State (17-18), 2-26-09 4. 93.3 by Tech (14-15) vs. SJSU, 2-7-02 5. 91.7 by Tech vs. Boise State, 2-28-04

Year Gms Rec. Pct. Conf. Pct. Attn. 1982-83 13 12-1 .923 6-0 1.000 46,860 1983-84 13 13-0 1.000 6-0 1.000 47,625 1984-85 14 14-0 1.000 6-0 1.000 70,125 1985-86 13 10-3 .769 4-2 .667 41,290 1986-87 13 12-1 .923 5-0 1.000 42,500 1987-88 13 13-0 1.000 5-0 1.000 32,875 1988-89 11 10-1 .909 4-1 .800 25,472 1989-90 10 10-0 1.000 5-0 1.000 40,600 1990-91 10 9-1 .900 5-1 .833 27,811 1991-92 14 13-1 .929 8-0 1.000 46,931 1992-93 11 3-8 .272 2-7 .222 23,058 1993-94 12 2-10 .167 0-9 .000 14,919 1994-95 12 9-3 .750 6-3 .667 33,791 1995-96 12 7-5 .583 4-5 .444 24,002 1996-97 12 7-5 .583 6-3 .667 21,536 1997-98 13 9-4 .692 7-2 .778 24,072 1998-99 9 9-0 1.000 7-0 1.000 16,287 1999-2000 11 10-1 .909 7-1 .875 24,583 2000-01 12 9-3 .750 5-3 .625 22,835 2001-02 15 13-2 .866 7-2 .778 43,440 2002-03 13 9-4 .692 6-3 .667 26,478 2004-05 12 8-4 .667 6-3 .667 27,874 2005-06 12 10-2 .833 6-2 .750 33,457 2006-07 11 7-4 .636 6-2 .750 25,164 2007-08 14 5-9 .357 3-5 .375 18,417 2008-09 12 8-4 .667 4-4 .500 26,726 2009-10 14 12-2 .857 6-2 .750 34,129 2010-11 14 8-6 .571 2-6 .250 30,351 2011-12 15 11-4 .733 3-4 .429 47,477

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Avg. 3,605 3,663 5,009 3,176 3,269 2,528 3,224 4,006 2,781 3,352 2,096 1,243 2,816 2,000 1,795 1,852 1,810 2,235 1,903 2,896 2,191 2,323 2,788 2,233 1,316 2,227 2,438 2,168 3,165

Rebounds 1. 72 vs. Tougaloo, 12-22-05 2. 59 by Tech vs. Sam Houston State, 12-7-89 3. 58 by Tech vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff, 12-13-03 58 by Tech vs. SLU, 12-21-91 (By a Tech opponent: 55 by Wyoming, 12-7-92) Assists 1. 29 by Tech vs. Centenary, 1-21-91 29 by Tech vs. Concordia Lutheran, 12-1-86 29 by Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 1-19-85 29 by Tech vs. East Texas Baptist, 1-7-84 (By a Tech opponent: 25 by UTA, 3-3-83) Steals 1. 20 by UTPA vs. Tech, 1-13-94 2. 19 by Tech vs. Concordia Lutheran, 11-28-84 3. 18 by Tech vs. NW (La.) St., 11-30-83 Blocked Shots 1. 12 by Tech vs. Centenary, 12-14-91 12 by Tech vs. Kent State, 12-10-83 3. 10 by Tech vs. Northeastern, 12-20-11 10 by Tech vs. Jacksonville, 2-4-93 10 by Tech vs. Ball State, 12-10-84 (By a Tech opponent: 8 by So. Alabama,1-29-94)

Top Crowds Attn. 8,825 8,700 8,340 7,215 7,175 7,087 6,647 6,620 6,325 6,286 6,211

Date 1/14/84 12/4/82 2/9/83 2/21/85 12/10/91 12/6/06 2/11/89 3/9/85 1/11/86 2/22/90 2/20/92

Results Tech 79, UL-Monroe 63 UL-Lafayette 46-45 Tech 70, UL-Monroe 55 Tech 73, Lamar 65 Oklahoma State 77, Tech 71 Texas Tech 66, Tech 59 Tech 55, Arkansas State 54 Tech 70, Lamar 69 Tech 74, UL-Monroe 71 Tech 82, UL-Lafayette 76 Tech 69, UL-Lafayette 62


Thomas assembly Center Individual Records

Most Field Goals Attempted 1. 33 Chris Marcus, W. Kentucky vs. Tech, 2-10-01 33 Greg Sutton, Oral Roberts vs. Tech, 1-9-89 3. 28 Fred Brown, ULM vs. Tech, 12-4-10 4. 25 Dan Palombizio, Ball St. vs. Tech, 12-10-84 25 Willie Jackson, Centenary vs. Tech, 2-21-84 6. 24 Corey Dean, Tech vs. SMU, 2-21-04 24 Antonio Meeking, Tech vs. Nevada, 1-16-03 24 Ronnie McCollum, Centenary vs. Tech, 12-16-00 24 Lonnie Cooper, Tech vs. Ill.-Chicago, 11-16-97 24 Jerry Everett, Lamar vs. Tech, 3-9-85 Most Field Goals Made 1. 15 Craig Jackson, Tech vs. UALR, 1-13-99 2. 14 Antonio Meeking, Tech vs. Nevada, 1-16-03 14 Randy White, Tech vs. Ark. St., 2-11-89 3. 13 Gerrod Henderson, Tech vs. Nicholls St., 12-16-99 13 Anthony Dade, Tech vs. MTSU, 12-9-89 13 Randy White, Tech vs. Lamar, 2-16-89 13 Dan Palombizio, Ball St. vs. Tech, 12-10-84 13 Karl Malone, Tech vs. Lamar, 2-14-83 13 Paul Millsap, Tech vs. Tulsa, 3-5-05 Best Field Goal Percentage (minimum 10 attempted) 1. 100.0 Robert Godbolt (11-11), Tech vs. Concordia Lutheran, 12-1-86 2. 90.0 Paul Millsap (10-11), Tech vs. Montevallo, 12-30-03 3. 90.0 Randy White (9-10), Tech vs. North Texas, 1-22-87 4. 86.6 Gerrod Henderson (13-15), Tech vs. Nicholls St., 12-16-99 5. 84.6 Jabari Myles (11-13), Ark. St. vs. Tech, 2-21-98 84.6 Karl Malone (11-13), Tech vs. McNeese St., 1-26-84 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 15 Mark Alberts, Akron vs. Tech, 11-25-89 2. 13 Fred Brown, ULM vs. Tech, 12-4-10 13 Robert Nyakundi, SMU vs. Tech, 12-1-10 13 Lonnie Cooper, Tech vs. FIU, 1-30-99 13 Lalo Rios, UTPA vs. Tech, 1-11-96 13 Aaron Mitchell, UL-Lafayette vs. Tech, 1-10-91 7. 12 Damon Jones, NWSU vs. Tech, 12-5-09 12 Michael Wilder, Tech vs. Tulsa, 2-10-03 12 Marco Cole, Tech vs. Ark. St., 12-30-00 12 Jerome Malloy, Jacksonville vs. Tech, 1-13-96 12 Keith Gray, Ark. St. vs. Tech, 2-2-91

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. 8 Darren McCrillis, Harding vs. Tech, 11-20-01 2. 7 Kyle Gibson, Tech vs. Fresno St., 1-14-10 7 Jeff Jacobs, TCU vs. Tech, 12-17-94 7 Keith Gray, Ark. St. vs. Tech, 2-2-91 5. 6 Deremy Geiger, Idaho vs. Tech, 1-12-12 6 Jeff Ledbetter, Idaho vs. Tech, 1-27-11 6 Kyle Gibson, Tech vs. NWSU, 12-5-09 6 Kyle Gibson, Tech vs. Fresno St. , 2-12-09 6 Marco Cole, Tech vs. Ark. St., 12-30-00 6 Johnny Miller, Tech vs. Lamar, 2-3-96 6 Johnny Miller, Tech vs. Jacksonville, 1-13-96 6 Mark Dick, Tech vs. UALR, 2-18-93 6 Aaron Mitchell, UL-Lafayette vs. Tech, 1-10-91 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum 5 attempted) 1. 100.0 Kyle Gibson (6-6), Tech vs. Fresno St., 2-12-09 100.0 Eric Brown (5-5), Tech vs. UCF, 1-25-92 3. 83.3 Idrion Reed (5-6), Ark.-Monticello vs. Tech, 11-27-01 83.3 Gerrod Henderson (5-6) Tech vs. Jackson State, 12-9-00 83.3 Lonnie Cooper (5-6), Tech vs. New Orleans, 12-22-96 83.3 Malik Dixon (5-6), UALR vs. Tech, 1-25-96 83.3 Michael Freliex (5-6), WKU vs. Tech, 2-10-94 83.3 Eric Brown (5-6), Tech vs. WKU, 2-3-92 83.3 Brett Guillory (5-6) Tech vs. Lamar, 2-5-87 Most Free Throws Attempted 1. 19 Lonnie Cooper, Tech vs. NW (La.) St., 12-18-97 2. 18 Olu Ashaolu, Tech vs. Georgia St., 2-19-11 3. 17 Antonio Meeking, Tech vs. Texas Southern, 12-21-00 17 Paul Millsap, Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 12-13-05 5. 16 Kyle Gibson, Tech vs. Murray St., 12-15-09 16 Antonio Meeking, Tech vs. SJSU, 2-8-03 16 Antonio Meeking, Tech vs. SMU, 1-4-03 16 Willie Bland, Tech vs. Ark. St., 1-18-86 9. 15 Landon Tatum, Idaho vs. Tech, 1-12-12 15 Olu Ashaolu, Tech vs. Austin Co., 11-13-10 15 Lonnie Cooper, Tech vs. Henderson St., 11-29-95 15 Alex Rodriguez, UALR vs. Tech, 2-14-94 15 Randy White, Tech vs. McNeese St., 1-9-88 15 Willie Bland, Tech vs. Lamar, 3-4-86 Most Free Throws Made 1. 17 Lonnie Cooper, Tech vs. NWSU, 12-18-97 2. 13 Landon Tatum, Idaho vs. Tech, 1-12-12 13 Gerrod Henderson, Tech vs. Nev., 2-23-02 4. 12 Kyle Gibson, Tech vs. Murray St. 12-15-09 12 Paul Millsap, Tech vs. McNeese, 12-17-05 12 Charlie Burke, So. Ala. vs. Tech, 1-29-94 12 Quincy Dockins, Lamar vs. Tech, 1-8-94 12 Andre Jackson, Tech vs. TCU, 12-29-94 12 Jerome Batiste, Tech vs. McNeese, 2-1-86

Best Free Throw Percentage (minimum 10 attempted) 1. 100.0 Charlie Burke (12-12), So. Ala. vs. Tech, 1-29-94 100.0 Omar Cooper (10-10), Tech vs. UTPA, 2-23-98 100.0 Kurt Thomas (10-10), TCU vs. Tech, 12-17-94 100.0 Atiim Brown (10-10), Lamar vs. Tech, 1-8-94 100.0 Kelvin Lewis (10-10), Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 1-18-88 100.0 Aaron Farley (10-10), Harding vs. Tech, 11-20-01 Most Rebounds 1. 28 Paul Millsap, Tech vs. SJSU, 2-15-06 2. 20 Paul Millsap, Tech vs. Nevada, 2-7-04 3. 18 Olu Ashaolu, Tech vs. Idaho, 1-27-11 18 Melvin Simon, UNO vs. Tech, 2-3-94 5. 17 Magnum Rolle, Tech vs. McNeese St., 12-19-09 17 Paul Millsap, Tech vs. Rice, 1-5-03 17 Reggie Jackson, Nicholls St. vs. Tech, 12-30-93 17 Ron Ellis, Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 1-10-91 17 Chris Jones, UTPA vs. Tech, 1-18-90 17 Randy White, Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 1-18-88

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Most Points 1. 36 Craig Jackson, Tech vs. UALR, 1-13-99 36 Randy White, Tech vs. Lamar, 2-16-89 3. 35 Sydney Grider, UL-Lafayette vs. Tech, 2-4-89 35 Karl Malone, Tech vs. Lamar, 2-14-83 5. 34 Antonio Meeking, Tech vs. Nevada 1-16-03 34 Jerome Batiste, McNeese vs. Tech, 2-1-86

Most Assists 1. 15 Kenneth Smith, Tech vs. Cen. Ark., 2-18-12 2. 13 Wayne Smith, Tech vs. Lamar, 2-14-83 3. 12 Lonnie Cooper, Tech vs. Jacksonville, 1-13-96 12 Wayne Smith, Tech vs. Centenary, 12-5-85 5. 11 Chico Fletcher, Ark. St. vs. Tech, 1-28-99 11 Charlie Brown, Concordia Lutheran vs. Tech, 12-1-86 11 Steve Wiedower, Ark. St. vs. Tech, 1-18-86 11 Wayne Smith, Tech vs. McNeese St., 2-16-85 11 Wayne Smith, Tech vs. UL-Lafayette, 1-11-84 Most Blocked Shots 1. 10 P. J. Brown, Tech vs. Centenary, 12-14-91 2. 9 Kurt Thomas, TCU vs. Tech, 1-3-94 3. 8 Willie Simmons, Tech vs. Ball St., 12-10-84 4. 7 Mosley Williams, NWSU, 12-5-09 7 Michale Kyser, Tech vs. NU, 12-20-11 6. 6 William Mosley, NSU vs. Tech, 12-6-11 6 Magnum Rolle, Tech vs. UTPA, 12-22-09 6 Magnum Rolle, Tech vs. SJSU, 1-31-09 6 Jabahri Brown, FIU vs. Tech, 2-17-00 6 P. J. Brown, Tech vs. UNO, 1-12-91 6 Willie Simmons, Tech vs. Lamar, 2-21-85 6 Willie Simmons, Tech vs. UTA, 2-7-85 6 Willie Simmons, Tech vs. Kent St., 12-10-83 6 Paul Millsap, Tech vs. UTEP, 1-29-05 6 Paul Millsap, Tech vs. Fresno St., 1-14-06 6 Paul Millsap, Tech vs. N.M. St., 1-21-06 Most Steals 1. 9 Darnell Mee, WKU vs. Tech, 2-5-93 2. 8 Chris Conway, Montana St. vs. Tech, 12-3-87 3. 7 Quincy Dockins, Lamar vs. Tech, 1-8-94 7 Dwight Moody, NWSU vs. Tech, 1-7-86 7 Wayne Smith, Tech vs. Centenary, 12-5-85

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Akron 1-0 Arkansas-Little Rock 10-3 Arkansas-Monticello 1-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 1-1 Arkansas State 15-5 Austin College 1-0 Ball State 1-0 Belhaven 1-0 Boise State 6-4 Centenary 11-0 Central Arkansas 1-0 Central Florida 2-0 Central Michigan 1-0 Concordia Lutheran 2-0 Denver 1-0 DePaul 0-1 East Texas Baptist 1-0 Florida International 1-2 Fresno State 8-4 Georgia College 1-0 Georgia State 1-0 Grambling State 1-0 Harding 2-0 Hawai’i 7-4 Henderson State 1-0 Houston 1-0 Houston Baptist 1-0 Idaho 6-1 Illinois-Chicago 0-1 Jackson State 6-0 Jacksonville 6-1 Kent State 1-0 Lamar 15-4 Louisiana-Lafayette 18-4 Louisiana Monroe 13-0 Marshall 1-0 McNeese State 14-1 Middle Tennessee 4-0 Millsaps 1-0 Mississippi College 1-0 Missouri-Kansas City 1-0 Montana State 1-0 Montevallo 2-0 Murray State 1-0 Nevada 3-8 New Mexico State 3-5 New Orleans 7-8 Nicholls State 1-1 North Dakota 1-0 North Texas 9-0 Northeastern 1-0 Northern Iowa 0-1 Northwestern State 8-0 Ohio Northern 0-1 Oklahoma Baptist 1-0 Oklahoma State 0-1 Oral Roberts 1-0 Ouachita Baptist 1-0 Rice 2-3 Sam Houston State 1-0 Samford 1-1 San Jose State 9-2 South Alabama 5-3 SE Missouri State 0-2 Southeastern La. 1-0 Southern 2-0 Southern Illinois 0-1 SMU 4-1 Southern Miss 1-0 Spring Hill 1-0 Stephen F. Austin 1-1 Tarleton State 1-0 Texas-Arlington 5-0 TCU 3-0 UTEP 3-1 Texas-Pan American 12-2 Texas-San Antonio 2-0 Texas Southern 1-0 Texas Tech 1-1 Texas Wesleyan 1-0 Tougaloo 2-0 Tulsa 4-1 Utah State 2-5 Vanderbilt 1-0 Western Kentucky 5-5 Western New Mexico 1-0 Wiley College 1-0 Wyoming 0-1 Total 280-91

Eldon Bowman

Dickie Crawford

Mike Durham

JoJo Goldsmith

Opponents in the Thomas Assembly Center

Akron Tech leads 1-0 1989-90 W, 73-60

Belhaven Tech leads 1-0 1994-95 W, 76-63

Arkansas-Little Rock Tech leads 10-3 1990-91 W, 75-63 1991-92 W, 94-71 1992-93 L, 60-67 1993-94 L, 62-66OT 1994-95 W, 68-50 1995-96 L, 63-80 1996-97 W, 68-58 1997-98 W, 96-62 1998-99 W, 95-83 1999-00 W, 88-69 2000-01 W, 64-47 2009-10 W, 86-66 2011-12 W, 71-68

Boise State Tech leads 6-4 2001-02 W, 59-36 2002-03 W, 79-76 2003-04 L, 64-72 2004-05 L, 64-72 2005-06 W, 81-71 2006-07 W, 84-76 2007-08 L, 73-61 2008-09 W, 76-62 2009-10 L, 72-59 2010-11 W, 70-60

Arkansas-Monticello Tech leads 1-0 2001-02 W, 83-66 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Series tied 1-1 2004-05 W, 82-47 2007-08 L, 49-61 Arkansas State Tech leads 15-5 1982-83 W, 42-39 1983-84 W, 87-71 1984-85 W, 80-73 1985-86 L, 68-72 1986-87 W, 52-50 1986-87 W, 58-511 1987-88 W, 63-61 1988-89 W, 55-54 1989-90 W, 77-76 1990-91 W, 91-72 1991-92 W, 73-60 1992-93 L, 51-64 1993-94 L, 62-76 1994-95 W, 70-55 1995-96 L, 64-69 1996-97 W, 75-61 1997-98 W, 89-92 1998-99 W, 82-75 1999-00 W, 78-70 2000-01 L, 68-80 Austin College Tech leads 1-0 2010-11 W, 90-58 Ball State Tech leads 1-0 1984-85 W, 73-59

Centenary Tech leads 11-0 1982-83 W, 78-59 1983-84 W, 85-76OT 1984-85 W, 83-65 1985-86 W, 82-70 1990-91 W, 104-51 1991-92 W, 111-89 1993-94 W, 66-62 1995-96 W, 90-77 1999-00 W, 63-61 2000-01 W, 64-58 2001-02 W, 68-48 Central Arkansas Tech leads 1-0 2011-12 W, 84-62 Central Florida Tech leads 2-0 1990-91 W, 65-53 1991-92 W, 78-61 Central Michigan Tech leads 1-0 1991-92 W, 104-85 Concordia Lutheran Tech leads 2-0 1984-85 W, 82-61 1986-87 W, 122-70 Denver Tech leads 1-0 1999-00 W, 85-61 DePaul DePaul leads 1-0 1997-98 L, 54-56 East Texas Baptist Tech leads 1-0 1983-84 W, 90-46

Florida International FIU leads 2-1 1998-99 W, 87-68 1999-00 L, 56-61 2000-01 L, 45-49

Fresno State Tech leads 8-4 1988-89 W, 75-59 2001-02 W, 66-63 2002-03 L, 60-61 2003-04 W, 80-752OT 2004-05 W, 80-75OT 2005-06 W, 73-54 2006-07 L, 64-63 2007-08 L, 61-44 2008-09 W, 55-42 2009-10 W, 81-73 2010-11 L, 56-63 2011-12 W, 59-58 Georgia College Tech leads 1-0 1986-87 W, 70-59 Georgia State Tech leads 2-0 2010-11 W, 51-45 Grambling State Tech leads 1-0 2008-09 W, 77-47 Harding Tech leads 2-0 2001-02 W, 102-86 2002-03 W, 76-55 Hawaii Tech leads 7-4 2001-02 W, 61-57 2002-03 W, 66-65 2003-04 L, 60-67 2004-05 L, 60-67 2005-06 W, 73-54 2006-07 W, 70-67 2007-08 W, 69-62 2008-09 L, 53-54 2009-10 W, 66-60 2010-11 L, 48-56 2011-12 W, 84-67 Henderson State Tech leads 1-0 1995-96 W, 70-62 Houston Tech leads 1-0 2010-11 W, 60-54

Houston Baptist Tech leads 1-0 2008-09 W, 84-47 Idaho Tech leads 6-1 2005-06 W, 75-64 2006-07 W, 68-59 2007-08 W, 72-64 2008-09 W, 74-63 2009-10 W, 60-49 2010-11 W, 71-56 2011-12 L, 88-90OT

Illinois-Chicago Illinois-Chicago leads 1-0 1997-98 L, 68-73 Jackson State Tech leads 6-0 1991-92 W, 76-62 2000-01 W, 71-52 2001-02 W, 74-59 2002-03 W, 73-68 2003-04 W, 77-63 2004-05 W, 77-63 Jacksonville Tech leads 6-1 1991-92 W, 85-64 1992-93 W, 78-75 1993-94 L, 68-74 1994-95 W, 65-63 1995-96 W, 76-75 1996-97 W, 83-70 1997-98 W, 70-61 Kent State Tech leads 1-0 1983-84 W, 75-66 Lamar Tech leads 15-4 1982-83 W, 88-79 1983-84 W, 83-60 1984-85 W, 73-65 1984-85 W, 70-691 1985-86 W, 82-61 1985-86 W, 60-58 1986-87 W, 67-62 1986-87 W, 70-641 1987-88 W, 84-71 1988-89 W, 96-78 1989-90 W, 103-63 1990-91 W, 113-83 1991-92 W, 103-67 1992-93 L, 66-82 1993-94 L, 51-86 1994-95 W, 56-51 1995-96 L, 56-57 1996-97 L, 86-93 2OT


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W, 54-49

Louisiana-Monroe Tech leads 13-0 1982-83 W, 70-55 1983-84 W, 79-63 1983-84 W, 69-56 1984-85 W, 72-65 1984-85 W, 72-70 1985-86 W, 74-71 1986-87 W, 57-51 1987-88 W, 80-68 1988-89 W, 69-37 1989-90 W, 76-69 1990-91 W, 94-82 2008-09 W, 69-57 2010-11 W, 67-58 Marshall Tech leads 1-0 1985-86 W, 72-71 McNeese State Tech leads 14-1 1982-83 W, 88-71 1983-84 W, 74-61 1984-85 W, 59-58 1985-86 L, 72-76 1985-86 W, 77-61 1986-87 W, 71-63 1987-88 W, 68-58 1988-89 W, 90-78 1989-90 W, 60-56 1999-00 W, 93-60 2004-05 W, 81-63 2005-06 W, 80-67 2007-08 W, 73-63 2009-10 W, 79-58 2011-12 W, 60-58 Middle Tennessee Tech leads 4-0 1987-88 W, 72-67 1988-89 W, 72-71 1989-90 W, 98-77 2000-01 W, 75-55 Millsaps Tech leads 1-0 2002-03 W, 77-49 Mississippi College Tech leads 1-0 2011-12 W, 92-70

Montana State Tech leads 1-0 1987-88 W, 85-62 Montevallo Tech leads 2-0 2003-04 W, 65-62 2004-05 W, 65-62 Murray State Tech leads 1-0 2009-10 W, 87-81 Nevada Nevada leads 3-8 2001-02 W, 86-83 2002-03 L, 67-75 2003-04 L, 64-79 2004-05 L, 64-79 2005-06 L, 53-65 2006-07 L, 71-79 2007-08 L, 70-83 2008-09 L, 64-67 2009-10 W, 77-71 2010-11 W, 66-58 2011-12 L, 63-65 New Mexico State New Mexico State leads 5-3 2000-01 L, 72-77 2005-06 W, 66-61 2006-07 W, 73-71 OT 2007-08 L, 63-85 2008-09 W, 80-71 2009-10 L, 91-77 2010-11 L, 49-50 2011-12 L, 73-83 New Orleans UNO leads 8-7 1986-87 L, 61-70 1987-88 W, 65-61 1988-89 L, 54-64 1989-90 W, 78-69 1990-91 L, 68-72 1991-92 W, 54-53 1992-93 L, 48-71 1993-94 L, 61-93 1994-95 L, 59-61 1995-96 L, 61-70 1996-97 W, 73-63 1997-98 W, 74-65 1998-99 W, 87-82OT 1999-00 W, 63-43 2004-05 L, 85-87OT Nicholls State Series tied 1-1 1993-94 L, 72-91 1999-00 W, 85-62 North Dakota Tech leads 1-0 2011-12 W, 58-53 North Texas Tech leads 9-0 1982-83 W, 70-64 1983-84 W, 96-69 1983-84 W, 92-68* 1984-85 W, 68-50 1985-86 W, 88-67 1986-87 W, 89-71 1988-89 W, 96-57 1998-99 W, 88-60

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W, 87-62

Northeastern Tech leads 1-0 2011-12 W, 56-53 Northern Iowa NI leads 1-0 2002-03 L, 71-76 Northwestern State Tech leads 8-0 1982-83 W, 65-55 1983-84 W, 79-55 1984-85 W, 92-63 1985-86 W, 70-50 1995-96 W, 91-61 1997-98 W, 78-64 2009-10 W, 98-70 2011-12 W, 94-932OT Ohio Northern Ohio Northern leads 1-0 1996-97 L, 52-57 Oklahoma Baptist Tech leads 1-0 1991-92 W, 93-62 Oklahoma State OSU leads 1-0 1991-92 L, 71-77 Oral Roberts Tech leads 1-0 1988-89 W, 92-82 Ouachita Baptist Tech leads 1-0 2000-01 W, 90-51 Rice Rice leads 3-2 1984-85 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

W, 75-63 W, 57-43 L, 63-65 L, 77-89 L, 64-78

Sam Houston State Tech leads 1-0 1989-90 W, 88-61 Samford Series tied 1-1 1987-88 W, 73-67 2007-08 L, 70-73 OT San Jose State Tech leads 9-2 2001-02 W, 77-53 2002-03 W, 65-60 2003-04 W, 73-62 2004-05 W, 73-62 2005-06 W, 74,63 2006-07 W, 92-56 2007-08 W, 87-83 2008-09 L, 51-53 2009-10 W, 71-64 2010-11 L, 74-79 2011-12 W, 75-49 South Alabama Tech leads 5-3 1986-87 W, 82-75 1992-93 L, 68-85 1993-94 L, 69-73 1994-95 W, 75-66 1995-96 W, 47-41

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

L, 48-62 W, 75-65OT W, 78-71

Southeast Missouri State SEMO leads 2-0 1996-97 L, 65-69 2007-08 L, 54-59 Southeastern Louisiana Tech leads 1-0 1991-92 W, 92-69 Southern Tech leads 2-0 2005-06 W, 61-52 2006-07 W, 74-66 Southern Illinois SIU leads 1-0 2006-07 L, 36-50 SMU Tech leads 4-1 2001-02 L, 71-74 2002-03 W, 89-77 2003-04 W, 74-69OT 2004-05 W, 74-69OT 2010-11 W, 69-64 Southern Miss Tech leads 1-0 2009-10 W, 66-57 # Spring Hill Tech leads 1-0 2011-12 W, 69-41 Stephen F. Austin Series tied 1-1 1985-86 L, 58-67 1986-87 W, 70-52 Tarleton State Tech leads 1-0 1996-97 W, 81-52 Texas-Arlington Tech leads 5-0 1982-83 W, 81-79 1983-84 W, 89-74 1984-85 W, 86-61 1985-86 W, 68-61 2010-11 W, 62-61 Texas Christian Tech leads 3-0 1992-93 W, 66-49 1994-95 W, 79-73 2008-09 W, 72-67 Texas-El Paso Tech leads 3-1 2001-02 W, 77-63 2002-03 W, 73-57 2003-04 L, 65-76 2004-05 W, 80-65 Texas-Pan American Tech leads 12-2 1982-83 W, 59-39 1983-84 W, 56-52 1987-88 W, 73-62 1988-89 W, 78-63 1989-90 W, 68-62 1990-91 W, 86-52 1992-93 W, 74-59 1993-94 L, 56-61 1994-95 L, 60-75

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W, 56-55 W, 53-47 W, 106-77 W, 97-76 W, 81-60

Texas-San Antonio Tech leads 2-0 1982-83 W, 58-48 2004-05 W, 73-64 Texas Southern Tech leads 1-0 2000-01 W, 83-64 Texas Tech Series tied 1-1 1982-83 W, 66-60 2006-07 L, 59-66 Texas Wesleyan Tech leads 1-0 1982-83 W, 52-46 Tougaloo Tech leads 2-0 2004-05 W, 77-15 2005-06 W, 92-58 Tulsa Tech leads 4-1 1990-91 W, 78-66 2001-02 L, 72-63 2002-03 W 93-82 2003-04 W, 70-62 2004-05 W, 70-62

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Louisiana-Lafayette Tech leads 18-4 1982-83 L, 45-46 1983-84 W, 63-62 1984-85 W, 94-74 1985-86 W, 66-58 1986-87 W, 97-70 1987-88 W, 84-70 1988-89 W, 93-87 1989-90 W, 82-76 1990-91 W, 96-88 1991-92 W, 69-62 1992-93 L, 59-65 1993-94 L, 51-91 1994-95 W, 63-56 1995-96 L, 77-80 1996-97 W, 82-57 1997-98 W, 84-42 1998-99 W, 75-62 1999-00 W, 80-75 2000-01 W, 81-75OT 2001-02 W, 83-63 2005-06 W, 85-78 2007-08 W, 64-56

Missouri-Kansas City Tech leads 1-0 1987-88 W, 83-71

Utah State Utah State leads 5-2 2005-06 L, 63-62 2006-07 W, 84-71 2007-08 L, 61-71 2008-09 L, 37-50 2009-10 W, 82-60 2010-11 L, 30-72 2011-12 L, 65-69 Vanderbilt Tech leads 1-0 2001-02 W, 83-68 Western Kentucky Series tied 5-5 1991-92 W, 91-79 1992-93 L, 54-76 1993-94 L, 49-91 1994-95 L, 49-68 1995-96 W, 72-66 1996-97 L, 61-68 1997-98 L, 46-49 1998-99 W, 87-81 1999-00 W, 72-66 2000-01 W, 73-72 OT Western New Mexico Tech leads 1-0 1987-88 W, 68-46 Wiley College Tech leads 1-0 1993-94 W, 82-57 Wyoming Wyoming leads 1-0 1992-93 L, 57-75 *Southland Conf. Tourney #CollegeInsider.com Tourney

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NCAA Division I Tournament

National Invitational Tournament

1990-91 Southeast Region First Round, at Atlanta, Ga., Wake Forest 71, Tech 65

2005-06 First Round, at Clemson, Clemson 69, Tech 53

1988-89 Southeast Region First Round, at Nashville, Tenn., Tech 83, LaSalle 74; Oklahoma 124, Tech 81

2001-02 Opening Round at Ruston, La., Tech 83, UL-Lafayette 63;

1986-87 Midwest Region First round, at Rosemont, Ill., DePaul 76, Tech 62 1984-85 Midwest Region First Round, at Tulsa, Okla., Tech 78, Pittsburgh 54; Tech 79, Ohio State 67, Midwest Regional, at Dallas, Texas Oklahoma 86, Tech 84 (OT) 1983-84 Midwest Region First Round, at Memphis, Tenn., Tech 66, Fresno State 56; Houston 77, Tech 69

First Round, at Ruston, La., Tech 83, Vanderbilt 68; Second Round, at Villanova, Pa., Villanova 67, Tech 64. 1991-92 First Round, at Albuqurerque, N.M., New Mexico 90, Tech 84 1989-90 First Round, at Nashville, Tenn., Vanderbilt 98, Tech 90 (OT) 1987-88 First Round, at Little Rock, Ark., Tech 66, UALR 56; Second Round, at Hartford, Conn., Connecticut 65, Tech 59

1985-86 First Round, at Flagstaff, Ariz., Tech 67, No. Arizona 61; Second Round, at Ruston, La., Tech 77, McNeese State 61; Third Round, at Providence, R.I., Tech 64, Providence 63; Final Four, at New York, N.Y., Ohio State 79, Tech 66; Tech 67, Florida 62 (Consolation)

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2009-10 First Round, at Ruston, La., Tech 66, Southern Miss 57 Second Round, at Springfield, Mo., Missouri State 69, Tech 40

NCAA Small College

1970-71 South Central Region, at Lafayette, La., Tennessee St. 91, Tech 90; Tech 107, New Orleans 88 (Consolation)

Team NIT Records Most Points Scored 90 vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 84 vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 83 vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-13-02, Ruston, La. 83 vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La.

Field Goals Made 35 vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 34 vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 30 vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La.

Free Throw Percentage 76.9 (10-13) vs. Ohio State, 3-24-86, New York, N.Y. 74.1 (23-31) vs. No. Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz. 70.8 (17-24) vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La.

Fewest Points Scored 53 vs. Clemson, 3-15-06, Clemson, S.C. 59 vs. Connecticut, 3-21-88, Hartford, Conn. 64 vs. Providence, 3-20-86, Providence, R.I. 64 vs. Villanova, 3-19-02, Villanova, Pa.

Field Goal Percentage 58.8 (30-51) vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La. 58.6 (34-58) vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville,Tenn. 54.0 (27-50) vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston,La.

Rebounds 52 vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-13-02, Ruston, La. 42 vs. Villanova, 3-19-02, Villanova, Pa. 39 vs. Northern Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz. 39 vs. Ohio State, 3-24-86, New York, N. Y. 39 vs. UALR, 3-17-88, Little Rock, Ark.

Most Points Allowed 98 vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 90 vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 79 vs. Ohio State, 3-24-86, New York, N.Y.

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 20 vs. Villanova, 3-19-02, Villanova, Pa. 18 vs. UALR, 3-17-88, Little Rock, Ark. 17 vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M.

Fewest Points Allowed 56 vs. UALR, 3-17-88, Little Rock, Ark. 61 vs. Northern Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz. 61 vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La.

Three-Point Field Goals Made 9 vs. Villanova, 3-19-02, Villanova, Pa. 7 vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 7 vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M.

Assists 21 vs. Florida, 3-26-86, New York, N.Y. 19 vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 18 vs. Northern Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz. 18 vs. Ohio State, 3-24-86, New York, N.Y. 18 vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La.

Biggest Victories +20 (83-63) vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-13-02, Ruston, La. +16 (77-61) vs. McNeese St., 3-17-86, Ruston, La. +15 (83-68) vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La.

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage 58.3 (7-12) vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 45.0 (9-20)) vs. Villanova, 3-19-02, Villanova, Pa. 42.9 (6-14) vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La.

Biggest Losses -16 (69-53) vs. Clemson, 3-15-06, Clemson, S.C. -13 (79-66) vs. Ohio State, 3-24-86, New York, N.Y. -8 (98-90) vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. -6 (65-59) vs. Connecticut, 3-21-88, Hartford, Conn. -6 (90-84) vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M.

Free Throws Attempted 33 vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La. 33 vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-13-02, Ruston, La. 31 vs. Northern Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz.

Field Goals Attempted 67 vs. Ohio State, 3-24-86, New York, N.Y. 67 vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 63 vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-13-02, Ruston, La.

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1966-67 Midwest Region, at Bloomington, Ill., Tech 86, North Dakota 77; Illinois State 89, Tech 66

Free Throws Made 23 vs. Northern Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz. 23 vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La. 17 vs. Florida, 3-26-86, New York, N.Y.

Steals 13 vs. Providence, 3-20-86, Providence, R.I. 9 vs. Clemson, 3-15-06, Clemson, S.C. 8 vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La. 8 vs. Ohio State, 3-24-86, New York, N.Y. 8 vs. Connecticut, 3-21-88, Hartford, Conn. 8 vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-13-02, Ruston, La. Blocked Shots 5 vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La. 4 vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 4 vs. UL-Lafayete, 3-13-02, Ruston, La. 4 vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La.


Andy Knowles

Karl Malone

Anthony Dade

Darryl Knight

Randy White

Jon Stephenson

Rennie Bailey

P.J. Brown

Jim Jenkins

Individual NIT Records Points 31, Reggie Gibbs vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 28, Randy White vs. UALR, 3-17-88, Little Rock, Ark. 27, Anthony Dade vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M.

Field Goals Attempted 17, Robert Godbolt vs. Providence, 3-20-86, Providence, R.I. 17, Gerrod Henderson vs. Villanova, 3-19-02, Villanova, Pa. 16, Reggie Gibbs vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 16, P. J. Brown vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 16, Gerrod Henderson vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La. Field Goals Made 12, Anthony Dade vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 11, Randy White vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 3-17-88, Little Rock, Ark. 11, Reggie Gibbs vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. Field Goal Percentage (Minimum 8 attempts) 90.0 (9-10), Randy White vs. UConn, 3-21-88, Hartford, Conn. 87.5 (7-8), Antonio Meeking vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-02, Ruston, La. 80.0 (12-15), Anthony Dade vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 80.0 (8-10), Willie Bland vs. Florida, 3-26-86, New York, N.Y.

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 10, Reggie Gibbs vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 9, Eric Brown vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 8, Brett Guillory vs. UALR, 3-17-88, Little Rock, Ark. 8, Gerrod Henderson vs. Villanova, 3-19-02, Villanova, Pa. Three-Point Field Goals Made 6, Reggie Gibbs vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 4, Eric Brown vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 4, Gerrod Henderson vs. Villanova, 3-19-02, Villanova, Pa.

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Minimum 5 attempts) 60.0 (6-10), Reggie Gibbs vs. Vanderbilt, 3-15-90, Nashville, Tenn. 50.0 (4-8), Gerrod Henderson vs. Villanova, 3-19-02, Villanova, Pa. 44.4 (4-9), Eric Brown vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M.

Free Throw Attempts 13, Willie Bland vs. Florida, 3-26-86, New York, N.Y. 11, Willie Bland vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La. 11, Willie Bland vs. Providence, 3-20-86, Providence, R.I. Free Throws Made 9, Gerrod Henderson vs. UL Lafayette, 3-13-02, Ruston, La. 8, Robert Godbolt vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La. 7, Willie Bland vs. Northern Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz. 7, Willie Bland vs. Providence, 3-20-86, Providence, R.I. 7, Willie Bland vs. Florida, 3-26-86, New York, N.Y. Free Throw Percentage (Minimum 10 attempts) 90.0 (9-10), Gerod Henderson vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-13-02, Ruston, La. 70.0 (7-10), Willie Bland vs. Northern Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz. 63.6 (7-11), Willie Bland vs. Providence, 3-20-86, Providence, R.I. 54.5 (6-11), Willie Bland vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La.

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12, P. J. Brown vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. Assists 10, Wayne Smith vs. Ohio State, 3-24-86, New York, N.Y. 10, Wayne Smith vs. Florida, 3-26-86, New York, N.Y. 9, Kelvin Lewis vs. Connecticut, 3-21-88, Hartford, Conn. Most Steals 4, Willie Bland vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La. 4, Wayne Smith vs. Providence, 3-20-86, Providence, R.I. 4, Byron Newton vs. Connecticut, 3-21-88, Hartford, Conn. 4, Daevon Haskins vs. Clemson, 3-15-06, Clemson, S.C. Blocked Shots 4, P. J. Brown vs. New Mexico, 3-19-92, Albuquerque, N.M. 2, Willie Bland vs. Northern Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz. 2, Louis Cook vs. McNeese State, 3-17-86, Ruston, La. 2, Louis Cook vs. Providence, 3-20-86, Providence, R.I.

Rebounds 19, Randy White vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 3-17-88, Little Rock, Ark. 12, Robert Godbolt vs. Northern Arizona, 3-13-86, Flagstaff, Ariz.

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TEAM ncaa Tournament Records Most Points Scored 107 vs. New Orleans, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. 91 vs. Tennessee State, 3-12-71, Lafayette, La. 86 vs. North Dakota, 3-10-67, Bloomington, Ill. Fewest Points Scored 62 vs. DePaul, 3-13-87, Rosemont, Ill. 65 vs. Wake Forest, 3-15-91, Atlanta, Ga. 66 vs. Illinois State, 3-11-67, Bloomington, Ill. 66 vs. Fresno State, 3-15-84, Memphis, Tenn. Most Points Allowed 124 vs. Oklahoma, 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. 92 vs. Tennessee State, 3-12-71, Lafayette, La. 89 vs. Illinois State, 3-11-67, Bloomington, Ill. Fewest Points Allowed 54 vs. Pittsburgh, 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla. 56 vs. Fresno State, 3-15-84, Memphis, Tenn. 67 vs. Ohio State, 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla. Biggest Victories +24 vs. Pittsburgh (78-54), 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla. +19 vs. New Orleans (107-88), 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. +12 vs. Ohio State (79-67), 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla. Biggest Losses -43 vs. Oklahoma (124-81), 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. -23 vs. Ill. St. (89-66), 3-11-67, Bloomington, Ill. -14 vs. DePaul (76-62), 3-13-87, Rosemont, Ill. Field Goals Attempted 84 vs. Oklahoma, 3-21-85, Dallas, Texas 79 vs. Illinois State, 3-11-67, Bloomington, Ill. 79 vs. New Orleans, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La.

Field Goals Made 47 vs. New Orleans, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. 35 vs. Tennessee State, 3-12-71, Lafayette, La. 34 vs. Oklahoma, 3-21-85, Dallas, Texas Field Goal Percentage 59.5 (47-79) vs. New Orleans, 3-13-71, Lafayette. La. 56.8 (25-44) vs.Fresno State, 3-15-84, Memphis, Tenn. 54.9 (28-51) vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 19 vs. Oklahoma, 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. 14 vs. Wake Forest, 3-15-91, Atlanta, Ga. 13 vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. Three-Point Field Goals Made 8 vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. 7 vs. Oklahoma, 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. 5 vs. DePaul, 3-13-87, Rosemont, Ill. Three-Point Field Goal Percentage 75.0 (6-8) vs. DePaul, 3-13-87, Rosemont, Ill. 61.5 (8-13) vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. 36.8 (7-19) vs. Okla., 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. Free Throws Attempted 40 vs. North Dakota, 3-10-67, Bloomington, Ill. 29 vs. Wake Forest, 3-15-91, Atlanta, Ga. 28 vs. Pittsburgh, 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla. Free Throws Made 30 vs. North Dakota, 3-10-67, Bloomington, Ill. 21 vs. Tennessee State, 3-12-71, Lafayette, La. 20 vs. Pittsburgh, 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla.

Free Throw Percentage 77.8 (21-27) vs. Tenn. St., 3-12-71, Lafayette, La. 77.3 (17-22) vs. Houston, 3-17-84, Memphis, Tenn. 76.2 (16-21) vs. Oklahoma, 3-21-85, Dallas, Texas Rebounds 56 vs. Pittsburgh, 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla. 54 vs. New Orleans, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. 48 vs. Oklahoma, 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. Assists 29 vs. New Orleans, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. 26 vs. Oklahoma, 3-21-85, Dallas, Texas 22 vs. Tennessee State, 3-12-71, Lafayette, la. 22 vs. Ohio State, 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla. Steals 11 vs. Oklahoma, 3-21-85, Dallas, Texas 8 vs. Oklahoma, 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. 7 vs. Houston, 3-17-84, Memphis, Tenn. Blocked Shots 7 vs. Oklahoma, 3-18-89, Nashville,Tenn. 7 vs. Wake Forest, 3-15-91, Atlanta, Ga. 5 vs. Pittsburgh, 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla.

INDIVIDUAL ncaa Tournament Records Points 30, Mike Green vs. UNO, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. 27, Robert Godbolt vs. Ohio St., 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla. 26, Andy Knowles vs. UNO, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. Field Goals Attempted 25, Andy Knowles vs. Tenn. St., 3-12-71, Lafayette, La. 22, Leon Barmore vs. Illinois State, 3-11-67, Bloomington, Ill. 22, Karl Malone vs. Ohio St., 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla. Field Goals Made 13, Mike Green vs.UNO, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. 11, Andy Knowles vs. Tenn. St., 3-12-71, Lafayette, La. 11, Andy Knowles vs. UNO, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. 11, Karl Malone vs. Ohio St., 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla. 11, Anthony Dade vs. Wake Forest, 3-15-91, Atlanta, Ga. Field Goal Percentage (Minimum 8 attempts) 72.7 (13-18), Mike Green vs. UNO, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. 69.2 (9-13), Karl Malone vs. Fresno State, 3-15-84, Memphis, Tenn. 69.2 (9-13), Robert Godbolt vs. DePaul, 3-13-87, Rosemont, Ill.

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Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 6, Maurice Jackson vs. DePaul, 3-13-87, Rosemont, Ill. 5, Byron Newton vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. 5, Darryl Knight vs. Okla., 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. 5, Eric Brown vs. Wake Forest, 3-15-91, Atlanta, Ga. Three-Point Field Goals Made 4, Maurice Jackson vs. DePaul, 3-13-87, Rosemont, Ill. 3, Byron Newton vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. 3, Kennedy Louis vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Mimimum 5 attempts) 66.7 (4-6) Maurice Jackson vs. DePaul, 3-13-87, Rosemont, Ill. 60.0 (3-5) Byron Newton vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. 40.0 (2-5) Darryl Knight vs. Okla., 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. 40.0 (2-5) Eric Brown vs. Wake Forest, 3-15-91, Atlanta, Ga.

Free Throw Attempts 13, Jon Stephenson vs. North Dakota, 3-10-67, Bloomington, Ill. 13, Randy White vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. 10, Robert Godbolt vs. Pittsburgh, 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla. 10, Karl Malone vs. Ohio State, 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla. Free Throws Made 12, Jon Stephenson vs. North Dakota, 3-10-67, Bloomington, Ill. 10, Randy White vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. 9, Robert Godbolt vs. Pittsburgh, 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla. Free Throw Percentage (Minimum 10 attempts) 92.3 (12-13), Jon Stephenson vs. North Dakota, 3-10-67, Bloomington, Ill. 90.0 (9-10), Robert Godbolt vs. Pittsburgh, 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla. 76.9 (10-13), Randy White vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn. Rebounds 25, Mike Green vs. UNO, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. 22, Karl Malone vs. Okla., 3-21-85, Dallas, Texas 16, Randy White vs. LaSalle, 3-16-89, Nashville, Tenn.

Assists 11, Wayne Smith vs. Ohio St., 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla. 10, Jim Jenkins vs. Tenn. St., 3-12-71, Lafayette, La. 10, Jim Jenkins vs. UNO, 3-13-71, Lafayette, La. Steals 5, Willie Bland vs. Okla., 3-21-85, Dallas, Texas 4, Alan Davis vs. Okla., 3-21-85, Dallas, Texas 3, Karl Malone vs. Fresno St., 3-15-84, Memphis, Tenn. 3, Rennie Bailey vs. Houston, 3-17-84, Memphis, Tenn. 3, Adam Frank vs. Ohio St., 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla. 3, P. J. Brown vs. Okla., 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. Blocked Shots 4, Kennedy Louis vs. Okla., 3-18-89, Nashville, Tenn. 4, P. J. Brown vs. Wake Forest, 3-15-91, Atlanta, Ga. 3, Willie Simmons vs. Houston, 3-17-84, Memphis, Tenn. 3, Willie Simmons vs. Pittsburgh, 3-14-85, Tulsa, Okla. 3, Willie Simmons vs. Ohio State, 3-16-85, Tulsa, Okla.


Series Records

Florida A&M 0-1 Florida International 3-3 Fresno State 14-14 Furman 0-1 Georgetown 0-1 George Washington 0-1 Georgia 0-1 Georgia College 1-0 Georgia Southern 3-1 Georgia State 3-0 Grambling State 2-0 Hamline 1-1 Hardin-Simmons 4-0 Harding College 3-0 Hawai’i 14-9 Henderson State 6-0 Houston 2-2 Houston Baptist 11-2 Howard College-Teachers 1-1 Idaho 10-5 Illinois-Chicago 0-2 Illinois College 1-0 Illinois State 1-4 Illinois Wesleyan 1-1 Indiana 0-2 Indiana State 1-1 Iona 1-0 Iowa 0-3 Jackson State 7-2 Jacksonville 10-6 Jacksonville NAS 0-2 James Madison 1-0 Kansas 0-1 Kansas State 0-1 Keesler Army Air Field 1-2 Kent State 2-0 Kentucky Wesleyan 3-0 Lake Charles AAB 0-1 Lamar 33-29 LaSalle 1-0 LeTourneau 1-0 Longwood 1-0 Louisiana College 66-20 Louisiana-Lafayette 86-71 Louisiana-Monroe 50-36 Louisiana State 1-10 Louisville 2-1 Loyola (New Orleans) 16-13 Marquette 0-2 Marshall 3-0 Maryland Eastern Shore 1-0 McNeese State 54-38 Memphis 2-2 Mercer 5-5 Miami (Ohio) 2-0 Michigan 1-1 Middle Tennessee 7-2 Millsaps College 14-12 Minnesota 0-1 Mississippi 3-7 Mississippi College 20-12 Mississippi State 5-10 Mississippi Valley State 1-0 Missouri 0-1 Missouri-Kansas City 2-0

Missouri State 0-2 Monroe Adlers 1-0 Montana State 2-1 Montevallo 1-0 Morehead State 0-5 Murray State 5-2 Navy 1-0 Nebraska 0-1 Nevada 6-19 Nevada-Las Vegas 0-1 New Mexico 0-2 New Mexico State 3-15 New Orleans 19-26 Nicholls State 15-2 North Dakota 2-1 North Texas 18-7 Northeastern 3-0 Northern Arizona 1-0 Northern Iowa 0-2 Northwestern State 77-63 Ohio Northern 0-1 Ohio State 1-1 Oklahoma 0-8 Oklahoma Baptist 1-0 Oklahoma City 3-1 Oklahoma State 0-3 Oral Roberts 3-1 Oregon 1-0 Oregon State 1-1 Ouachita Baptist 10-2 Pepperdine 1-0 Peru State 1-0 Pittsburgh 1-0 Portland State 1-1 Providence 1-1 R. C. Cola of Shreveport 1-0 Red River Arsenal 1-0 Rice 7-5 Rutgers 1-0 Saint Leo (Fla.) 1-0 Saint Louis 1-2 Saint Mary’s (Calif.) 1-0 Saint Peter’s 1-0 Sam Houston State 4-1 Samford 1-3 San Diego State 1-1 San Francisco 0-1 San Jose State 15-9 Seattle 1-1 Selman Army Air Field 1-1 Shreveport “Y” 1-0 South Alabama 10-14 Southern Arkansas 1-1 South Carolina 0-1 Southeast Missouri State 2-2 Southeast Oklahoma State 6-4 Southeastern La. 41-18 Southern 2-2 Southern Illinois 3-3 Southern Methodist 8-4 Southern Mississippi 28-41 Southern State 4-0 Southern Utah 1-0 Southwest Texas State 4-1 Spring Hill College 10-5

Stanford 0-1 Stephen F. Austin 6-6 Stetson 2-1 Steubenville 0-1 Syracuse 0-1 Tampa 1-0 Tarleton State 1-0 Tennessee 1-3 Tennessee-Chattanooga 0-2 Tennessee State 1-1 Tennessee Tech 0-1 Texas 0-3 Texas Arlington 22-8 Texas-El Paso 7-8 Texas-Pan American 22-13 Texas-San Antonio 3-1 Texas A&M 2-3 Texas A&M Commerce 7-5 Texas A&M-C. C. 2-0 Texas Christian 6-6 Texas Southern 2-0 Texas State 4-1 Texas Tech 2-7 Texas Wesleyan 4-0 Tougaloo 2-0 Trinity 1-0 Tulane 1-2 Tulsa 6-4 UC Irvine 1-0 Union College 1-0 Union University 4-0 U. S. International 1-0 Utah State 3-14 Vanderbilt 0-1 Villanova 0-1 Virginia Military Institute 2-0 Virginia Tech 1-0 Wabash College 1-0 Wake Forest 0-1 Washington 2-0 Washington State 0-1 Weber State 2-0 West Texas A&M 1-0 Western Carolina 1-1 Western Illinois 0-1 Western Kentucky 13-15 Western Michigan 1-0 Western New Mexico 1-0 Wiley College 1-0 William and Mary 1-0 William Carey 2-0 Wisconsin 0-1 Wofford 3-0 Wyoming 0-4 Yale 1-1 Total 1202-957

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W, 73-60 W, 75-70

L, 42-63 L, 73-84 L, 73-88 L, 63-69 L, 73-63

Alabama-Birmingham UAB leads 4-0 1988-89 A L, 79-97 2001-02 A L, 63-81 2003-04 A L, 67-79 2004-05 A L, 54-66 Alabama State Tech leads 2-1 1938-39 U L, 29-46 W, 80-57 1984-85 N1 2 1992-93 N W, 88-73 1 Marshall Invit., Huntington, W.V. 2 East Coast Classic, Wilmington, N.C. Alaska Anchorage Alaska leads series 1-0 2008-09 A1 L, 62-57 1 Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, Alaska Alcorn State Tech leads 2-0 1985-86 N1 W, 82-73 2007-08 N2 W, 82-73 1 Indiana Classic, Bloomington, Ind. 2 Gulf Coast Classic, Biloxi, Miss. Arizona Arizona leads 1-0 2009-10 A

L, 67-83

Arizona State Tech leads 1-0 1985-86 N1 W, 87-86 OT 1 BMA Holiday Classic, Kansas City, Mo. Arkansas Arkansas leads 6-0 1986-87 A1 L, 64-90 1990-91 A1 L, 97-114 2002-03 A L, 60-72 2003-04 A L, 56-68 2006-07 A L, 50-80 2011-12 A L, 63-77 1 at Little Rock, Ark. Arkansas A&M Tech leads 3-0 1927-28 U W, 64-34 U W, 66-21 1928-29 U W, (score N/A) Arkansas-Little Rock 2012-13 Tech leads 25-13 1964-65 A L, 90-102 H W, 104-72

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1965-66 H W, 95-77 A W, 85-64 1967-68 A W, 75-60 H W, 84-70 1968-69 A W, 101-80 1969-70 H W, 120-78 1987-88 A1 W, 66-56 1989-90 N2 W, 94-83 1990-91 A W, 68-63 H W, 75-63 1991-92 H W, 94-71 1992-93 A L, 58-63 H L, 60-67 1993-94 A L, 60-86 H L, 62-66 OT 1994-95 A W, 61-60 OT H W, 68-50 1995-96 A L, 60-66 H L, 63-80 1996-97 A L, 69-76 OT H W, 68-58 1997-98 A L, 47-65 H W, 96-62 N3 L, 62-76 1998-99 H W, 95-83 A W, 81-67 N 4 W, 68-66 1999-00 H W, 88-69 A W, 77-75 2000-01 A W, 75-70 OT H W, 64-47 2007-08 A L, 49-63 2008-09 A L, 78-69 2009-10 H W, 86-66 2010-11 A L, 74-65 2011-12 H W, 71-68 1 NIT First Round, Little Rock, Ark. 2 Phenix Ball, Chiba, Japan 3 SBC Tourney, Lafayette, La. 4 SBC Tourney, Lafayette, La. Arkansas-Monticello Tech leads 1-0 2001-02 H W, 83-66 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Series tied 2-2 2003-04 H W, 71-59 A W, 82-47 2007-08 A L, 54-67 H L, 49-61 Arkansas State Tech leads 42-26 1951-52 A W, 59-56 1952-53 H W, 66-58 1956-57 H W, 85-73 1971-72 A W, 107-89 1972-73 H W, 80-62 A W, 88-78 1973-74 H L, 62-71 A L, 81-90 1974-75 H W, 79-74 A W, 71-69 1975-76 H W, 89-84 H W, 95-67 1976-77 A L, 80-82 H W, 81-72 1977-78 A L, 54-66 H W, 67-52 1978-79 H W, 74-62 A L, 60-68 1979-80 H L, 54-61 A L, 37-48 1980-81 H W, 64-61 A W, 64-56 1981-82 A W, 57-56 H L, 46-51 1982-83 H W, 42-39 A W, 46-44

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Arkansas Tech Tech leads 15-5 1953-54 H W, 92-83 A L, 77-102 1954-55 A W, 88-85 H W, 98-87 1955-56 H W, 86-68 A L, 71-79 1956-57 A W, 79-67 1957-58 H W, 77-63 1958-59 H W, 83-45 1959-60 A W, 93-74 1960-61 H L, 62-72 1961-62 H L, 86-93 H W, 78-69 1962-63 H W, 78-74 A L, 67-92 1963-64 A W, 99-71 H W, 91-87 1971-72 H W, 113-84 1978-79 H W, 93-85 OT 1981-82 H W, 65-53 Auburn Auburn leads 5-2 1966-67 A L, 77-84 1968-69 H L, 84-97 1970-71 A L, 87-93 1971-72 H W, 107-82 1992-93 N L, 45-65 2001-02 A W, 67-66 2004-05 A L, 67-79 Austin College Tech leads 1-0 2010-11 H

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Ball State Tied at 1-1 L, 77-81 1982-83 A1 1984-85 H W, 73-59 1 Ball State Classic, Munice, Ind.

Bowling Green Tech leads 1-0 1991-92 N1 W, 67-47 1 Amana Hawkeye Classic, Iowa City, Iowa

Barksdale AFB Tech leads 5-3 1944-45 U U 1945-46 H A 1946-47 H A 1948-49 H A

Bradley Tied at 1-1 1947-48 U 2000-01 A

L, 48-56 L, 47-51 W, 43-37 L, 34-36 W, 64-37 W, 93-56 W, 88-30 W, 58-44

Baylor Baylor leads 3-2 1974-75 A L, 60-70 1975-76 H W, 76-66 1 1995-96 N L, 55-74 1997-98 N2 L, 69-72 1998-99 A W, 72-63 1 All-College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla. 2 TCU Tourney, Ft. Worth, Texas

L, 59-75 W, 70-67

Brigham Young Brigham Young leads 2-0 1995-96 A1 L, 64-76 1998-99 A1 L, 76-68 1 BYU Cougar Classic, Provo, Utah California California leads 1-0 1970-71 A L, 63-66 California-Irvine (UC Irvine) Tech leads 1-0 2010-11 A W, 76-72 California-Los Angeles (UCLA) UCLA leads 1-0 2008-09 A L, 78-55

Belhaven Tech leads 2-0 1979-80 H 1994-95 H

W, 71-55 W, 76-63

Belmont Tech leads 2-0 1967-68 A 1968-69 H

W, 87-57 W, 84-62

California State Tech leads 1-0 1970-71 A W, 103-94

Berea College (Ky.) Berea College leads 1-0 1933-34 U L, (score N/A)

Cameron College Tech leads 1-0 1971-72 H W, 118-78

Birmingham-Southern Tech leads 5-1 1927-28 U W, 72-41 U W, 33-23 U L, 27-37 1930-31 U W, 30-25 U W, 37-25 1935-36 U W, 20-12

Camp Beauregard Tied at 1-1 1941-42 U W, 23-18 U L, 45-48

Boise State Tech leads 12-9 2001-02 H W, 59-36 A W, 80-67 2002-03 H W, 79-76 A L, 51-74 2003-04 A W, 68-66 H L, 72-64 2004-05 H W, 93-60 A L, 75-79 2005-06 A W, 75-72 H W, 81-71 W, 75-64 N1 2006-07 A L, 56-82 H W, 84-76 2007-08 A L, 66-81 H L, 61-73 2008-09 A L, 58-53 H W, 76-62 2009-10 A W, 79-64 H L, 59-72 2010-11 A L, 71-60 H W, 70-60 1 WAC Tournament, Quarterfinals, Reno, Nev.

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W, 63-45

Camp Livingston Tied at 2-2 1941-42 U W, 57-34 U L, 21-26 1944-45 U L, 46-53 U W, 39-32 Centenary Centenary leads 88-63 1925-26 U L, 13-45 U L, 35-39 U W, 32-23 U L, 44-50 1926-27 U W, 43-19 U W, 40-12 U W, 33-17 U W, 35-26 1927-28 U L, 26-30 U W, 43-34 U W, 32-31 U L, 32-33 1928-29 U L, 26-37 U L, 30-34 U L, 24-26 U L, 43-44 1929-30 U L, 30-35 U L, 30-31 U L, 16-27 U L, 27-45 1930-31 U L, 31-44 U L, 25-30 U L, 22-30 1931-32 U L, 39-42 U L, 22-27


L, 24-39 L, 25-29 L, 26-27 L, 25-36 L, 18-44 L, 43-46 L, 35-38 W, 38-37 L, 25-33 L, 25-31 L, 25-39 L, 19-39 L, 29-32 L, 29-50 L, 42-55 L, 42-61 L, 42-52 L, 29-32 W, 38-35 L, 32-45 L, 28-35 L, 44-56 L, 38-45 L, 41-42 L, 38-40 W, 44-37 L, 42-49 L, 33-36 W, 54-44 L, 39-45 W, 36-32 W, 54-17 W, 47-43 W, 43-34 L, 36-56 L, 30-32 L, 39-41 L, 41-62 W, 60-51 L, 64-67 L, 66-83 W, 60-50 L, 48-61 L, 57-60 L, 64-72 L, 58-61 W, 83-66 W, 54-41 L, 74-76 W, 73-58 L, 97-99 W, 85-55 L, 61-63 L, 68-80 L, 75-92 L, 64-66 W, 80-65 L, 61-65 L, 69-72 W, 67-56 W, 67-53 W, 64-56 L, 45-58 L, 58-65 L, 61-65 W, 69-64 L, 61-79 W, 75-65 L, 77-79 L, 52-58 L, 71-84 L, 83-90 L, 73-98 L, 91-104 W, 112-108 W, 99-76 W, 101-92 W, 112-93 W, 89-73 W, 91-84 W, 70-68 L, 79-87 W, 66-60

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H W, 84-76 1972-73 A6 W, 88-76 1973-74 A L, 90-102 1975-76 A L, 78-101 1976-77 H L, 84-85 1977-78 A L, 71-82 H L, 58-61 7 1978-79 N W, 94-71 H W, 64-61 A W, 108-76 1979-80 A W, 70-64 H W, 59-58 1980-81 A L, 64-72 H W, 63-52 1981-82 A W, 63-62 H L, 64-65 1982-83 A L, 65-69 H W, 78-59 1983-84 A W, 92-77 H W, 85-76 OT 1984-85 A W, 78-62 H W, 83-65 1985-86 H W, 82-70 A L, 47-50 1990-91 A8 W, 94-89 H W, 104-51 1991-92 H W, 111-89 A W, 90-68 1992-93 A W, 82-69 1993-94 A L, 72-102 H W, 66-62 1995-96 A L, 58-65 H W, 90-77 1999-00 H W, 63-61 A W, 62-51 2000-01 H W, 64-58 A L, 63-74 2001-02 H W, 61-48 A L, 71-84 2006-07 A9 L, 73-82 2007-08 H9 L, 50-62 2008-09 H9 W, 77-71 2009-10 A W, 102-96 2OT 1 NAIA Tourney, La. District, Natchitoches, La. 2 La. NAIA Playoff, Dist. 18, Ruston, La. 3 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La. 4 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 5 Holiday Classic, Shreveport, La. 6 Centenary Invitational, Shreveport, La. 7 Senior Bowl, Mobile, Ala. 8 Century Cellunet Classic, Shreveport, La. 9 CenturyTel Center, Bossier, La. Central Arkansas Tied at 1-1 1941-42 U L, 29-34 2011-12 H W, 84-62 Central Baptist 2012-13

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Central Florida Tech leads 4-0 1990-91 A W, 80-63 H W, 65-53 1 N W, 89-57 1991-92 H W, 78-61 1 American South Tournament, New Orleans, La. Central Michigan Tech leads 1-0 1991-92 H W, 104-85

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Central Oklahoma State Tech leads 1-0 1967-68 N1 W, 69-65 1 Pan American Holiday

Classic, Edinburg, Texas Clemson Clemson leads 2-0 1980-81 N1 L, 49-50 OT 2005-06 A2 L, 69-53 1 Rainbow Classic, H onolulu, Hawaii 2 NIT First Round Coastal Carolina Tech leads 1-0 1990-91 N1 W, 86-81 1 Spartan Classic, East Lansing, Mich. Coe College Tech leads 1-0 1954-55 N1 W, 94-65 1 NAIA National Tournament, Kansas City, Mo. College of the Ozarks Tech leads 3-0 1928-29 U W, (score N/A) U W, (score N/A) 1978-79 H W, 77-56

Duquense Tech leads 1-0 W, 82-64 1986-87 N1 1 UNLV Rebel Roundup, Las Vegas, Nev. East Tennessee State Tied at 1-1 1973-74 N1 L, 70-82 1976-77 N2 W, 78-72 1 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La. 2 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La. East Texas Baptist Tech leads 2-0 1979-80 H W, 80-74 1983-84 H W, 90-46 Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois leads 2-0 1947-48 U L, 57-58 1996-97 N1 L, 76-88 1 Indiana Classic, Bloomington, Ind.

Concordia Lutheran Tech leads 2-0 1984-85 H W, 82-61 1986-87 H W, 122-70

Eastern Kentucky State Eastern Ky. State leads 2-1 L, 65-74 1959-60 N1 1974-75 A L, 70-74 H W, 83-77 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La.

Connecticut Connecticut leads 1-0 1987-88 A1 L, 59-65 1 NIT 2nd Round, Hartford, Conn.

Eastern Michigan Tech leads 1-0 W, 66-63 1977-78 N1 1 New Orleans Classic, New Orleans, La.

Creighton Creighton leads 1-0 1990-91 A L, 84-87

Eastern New Mexico Tech leads 3-0 1952-53 H W, 76-62 1955-56 H W, 91-58 1957-58 H W, 82-60

Culver-Stockton Tech leads 1-0 1953-54 H

W, 73-46

Davidson College Tech leads 1-0 1957-58 A1 W, 66-41 1 Caronsel Tourney, Charlotte, N.C. Dayton Dayton leads 1-0 1992-93 A

L, 60-70

Delta State Delta State leads 5-0 1941-42 U L, 26-49 1946-47 H L, 37-51 A L, 45-71 1947-48 U L, 41-59 U L, 48-54 Denver Tech leads 2-1 1999-00 A H 2000-01 A 2012-13

L, 76-83 W, 85-61 W, 70-68

DePaul DePaul leads 2-1 1986-87 N1 L, 62-76 1996-97 A W, 73-49 1997-98 H L, 54-56 1 NCAA Midwest Regional, 1st Round, Rosemont, Ill. DeRidder AAB Tech leads 1-0 1944-45 U

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Eastern Washington Eastern Washington leads 1-0 1945-46 A L, 44-66 El Dorado Root Refinery Tech leads 2-0 1928-29 U W, (score N/A) U W, (score N/A) Florida Florida leads 2-1 1985-86 N1 W, 67-62 1995-96 N2 L, 56-71 2002-03 A L, 55-76 1 NIT Final Four, New York, N.Y. 2 All-College Tourney, Okla. City, Okla. Florida A&M Florida A&M leads 1-0 1987-88 N1 L, 53-62 1 Champion Holiday Classic, Missoula, Mont. Florida International Tied at 3-3 1998-99 H W, 87-68 A L, 65-73 2OT 1999-00 A W, 66-58 H L, 56-61 2000-01 A W, 59-49 H L, 45-49 Fresno State Series tied 14-14 1983-84 N1 W, 66-56 1985-86 A2 L, 64-65 1988-89 H W, 75-59

2001-02 A W, 71-64 H W, 66-63 3 N L, 69-72 2002-03 H L, 60-61 A W, 80-77 2003-04 A L, 40-61 H W, 80-75 2004-05 H L, 58-60 A W, 79-72 N4 L, 81-84 OT 2005-06 H W, 73-54 A W, 68-66 OT 2006-07 A L, 64-70 H L, 63-64 2007-08 H L, 44-61 A L, 58-70 2008-09 A L, 63-46 H W, 55-42 2009-10 H W, 81-73 A L, 59-66 4 N W, 74-66 2010-11 H L, 63-56 A L, 72-64 2011-12 H W, 59-58 A W, 75-70 1 NCAA Midwest Regional 1st Round, Memphis, Tenn. 2 Sun Met Classic, Fresno, Calif. 3 NIT 1st Round, Ruston, La. 4 WAC Tournament, Reno, Nevada Furman Furman leads 1-0 1956-57 N1 L, 72-80 1 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La.

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Georgetown Georgetown leads 1-0 1960-61 N1 L, 52-63 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. George Washington George Washington leads 1-0 1959-60 N1 L, 63-66 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. Georgia Georgia leads 1-0 1977-78 A

L, 34-42

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W, 70-59

Georgia Southern Tech leads 3-1 1960-61 H W, 56-54 1969-70 A W, 80-77 1972-73 H W, 85-80 1987-88 N1 L, 46-63 1 Champion Holiday Classic, Missoula, Mont. Georgia State 2012-13 Tech leads 4-0 1976-77 H W, 81-69 1994-95 H W, 70-57 A W, 74-71 2010-11 H W, 51-45 Grambling State Tech leads 2-0 2008-09 A H

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Hamline Tied at 1-1 1952-53 N1 L, 80-89 1954-55 N2 W, 69-68 OT 1 NAIA Tourney, Kansas City, Mo.

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Hardin-Simmons Tech leads 4-0 1956-57 N1 W, 80-56 1957-58 N1 W, 48-44 1980-81 A W, 51-48 H W, 79-71 3OT 1 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La. Harding College Tech leads 3-0 1965-66 H W, 89-83 2001-02 H W, 102-86 2002-03 H W 76-55 Hawai’i Tech leads 14-10 1983-84 A 2001-02 A H 2002-03 A H 2003-04 H A 2004-05 A H 2005-06 H A 2006-07 H A 2007-08 A H 2008-09 A H 2009-10 A H 2010-11 H A 2011-12 A H Henderson State Tech leads 6-0 1950-51 H U 1951-52 A 1952-53 H 1966-67 H 1995-96 H

W, 76-63 L, 61-81 W, 61-57 L, 53-57 W, 66-65 L, 60-67 W, 62-61 W, 61-59 W, 71-70 W, 65-62 W, 51-48 W, 70-67 L, 50-74 L, 57-71 W, 69-62 L, 65-64 L, 54-53 W, 66-60 W, 65-60 L, 56-48 L, 71-58 W, 74-70 W, 84-67

Illinois-Chicago Illinois-Chicago leads 2-0 1997-98 H L, 68-73 A L, 58-72 Illinois College Tech leads 1-0 1936-37 U

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Illinois Wesleyan Tied at 1-1 1938-39 U W, 55-36 1947-48 U L, 44-57

Houston Series tied 2-2 1975-76 A L, 75-96 L, 69-77 1983-84 N1 2009-10 A W, 99-94 2010-11 H W, 60-54 1 NCAA Midwest Regional 2nd Round, Memphis, Tenn.

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Kansas State Kansas State leads 1-0 1975-76 A L, 49-86

W, 60-55 W, 75-66

Kentucky Wesleyan Tech leads 3-0 1929-30 U W, (score N/A) 1957-58 H W, 85-63 1958-59 A W, 90-76

L, 72-77 W, 67-63

Lake Charles AAB Lake Charles AAB leads 1-0 1944-45 U L, 54-67

Iowa Iowa leads 3-0 1991-92 A1 L, 65-84 2001-02 A L, 67-75 2010-11 A L, 77-58 1 Amana Hawkeye Classic, Iowa City, Iowa

W, 76-62 L, 51-66 L, 69-72 W, 71-52 W, 99-96 W, 74-59 W, 73-68 W, 77-63 W, 75-61

Kansas Kansas leads 1-0 1985-86 N1 L, 59-81 1 BMA Holiday Classic, Kansas City, Mo.

Kent State Tech leads 2-0 1981-82 A 1983-84 H

Iona Tech leads 1-0 1985-86 N1 W, 84-54 1 East Rutherford, N.J.

Jackson State Tech leads 7-2 1991-92 H 1993-94 A 1999-00 A 2000-01 H 2001-02 A H 2002-03 H 2003-04 H 2004-05 A

James Madison Tech leads 1-0 1982-83 N1 W, 62-61 1 Ball State Classic, Munice, Ind.

Keesler Army Air Field Keesler AAF leads 2-1 1944-45 U L, 45-46 1945-46 A L, 44-60 H W, 51-41

Indiana Indiana leads 2-0 1985-86 A1 L, 63-84 1996-97 A1 L, 44-73 1 Indiana Classic, Bloomington, Ind. Indiana State Tied at 1-1 1974-75 A H

Jacksonville Tech leads 10-6 1991-92 H W, 85-64 A W, 91-63 1 N W, 80-66 1992-93 H W, 78-75 A L, 71-84 W, 63-62 N1 1993-94 A L, 60-80 H L, 68-74 1994-95 H W, 65-63 A L, 58-65 1995-96 H W, 76-75 A L, 68-70 1996-97 H W, 83-70 A W, 71-65 1997-98 A L, 57-64 H W, 70-61 1 Sun Belt Conference Tournament, Biloxi, Miss. Jacksonville Navel Air Station Jacksonville NAS leads 2-0 1948-49 A L, 62-63 H L, 53-55

Illinois State Illinois State leads 4-1 1947-48 U L, 38-72 1966-67 N1 L, 66-89 1974-75 A L, 81-109 1975-76 H L, 72-76 2 1989-90 N W, 90-69 1 NCAA Small College Tournament, Bloomington, Ill. 2 Far West Classic, Portland, Ore.

W, 80-56 W, 91-88 W, 52-46 W, 107-49 W, 89-66 W, 70-62

Houston Baptist Tech leads 11-2 1970-71 H W, 94-76 A W, 75-66 1 1971-72 N W, 110-90 1973-74 A W, 80-77 A L, 73-81 1974-75 H W, 81-68 A W, 73-68 1975-76 H W, 93-57 A L, 58-65 1976-77 A W, 74-64 H W, 96-77 2008-09 H W, 84-47 2010-11 A W, 80-57 1 McNeese Tourn., Lake Charles, La.

Idaho 2012-13 Tech leads 10-5 2005-06 A W, 66-61 H W, 74-59 2006-07 A W, 73-72 H W, 68-59 2007-08 A L, 78-85 H W, 72-64 2008-09 H W, 74-63 A L, 66-58 N1 W, 77-68 2009-10 A W, 77-71 H W, 60-49 2010-11 A L, 77-47 H W, 71-56 2011-12 H L, 88-90 OT A L, 64, 73 1 WAC Tournament, Reno, Nevada

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Lamar Tech leads 33-29 1971-72 A W, 90-67 1972-73 H W, 107-100 A L, 73-76 1973-74 A W, 87-82 H W, 91-81 1974-75 A L, 71-98 H W, 115-84 W, 74-69 1975-76 N1 A L, 66-92 H W, 103-100 1976-77 H L, 103-107 2OT A L, 83-85 1977-78 H L, 48-65 A L, 70-81 1978-79 A L, 65-68 H L, 65-76 1979-80 A L, 60-74

A L, 75-85 1980-81 A L, 64-66 H W, 77-71 2 A L, 69-83 1981-82 A L, 70-80 H L, 50-65 1982-83 A L, 43-51 H W, 88-79 1983-84 H W, 83-60 A L, 60-85 A2 W, 68-65 1984-85 A L, 64-72 H W, 73-65 H3 W, 70-69 1985-86 H W, 82-61 A W, 73-67 3 H W, 60-58 1986-87 A W, 55-51 H W, 67-62 3 H W, 70-64 1987-88 A L, 61-72 H W, 84-71 1988-89 A W, 74-72 H W, 96-78 N4 W, 103-80 1989-90 H W, 103-63 A W, 86-72 1990-91 A L, 77-88 H W, 113-83 1991-92 A W, 80-72 H W, 103-67 1992-93 H L, 66-82 A L, 76-113 1993-94 H L, 51-86 A L, 60-63 1994-95 H W, 56-51 A W, 65-60 1995-96 H L, 56-57 A L, 55-67 1996-97 A L, 64-75 H L, 86-93 2OT N5 W, 64-62 1997-98 H W, 54-49 A W, 85-75 2006-07 N6 L, 68-71 1 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La. 2 Southland Conf. Tournament, Beaumont, Texas 3 Southland Conf. Tourn., Ruston, La. 4 American South Conf. Tournament, Lafayette, La. 5 Sun Belt Conf. Tournament, Little Rock, Ark. 6 Shelby Metcalf Classic, College Station, Texas LaSalle Tech leads 1-0 1988-89 N1 W, 83-74 1 NCAA Southeast Regional, 1st Round, Nashville, Tenn. LeTourneau Tech leads 1-0 1978-79 H Longwood Tech leads 1-0 2005-06 N

W, 92-65

W, 83-73

Louisiana College Tech leads 66-20 1925-26 U W, (score N/A) U L, (score N/A) U W, (score N/A) U L, (score N/A) 1926-27 U L, 22-42 U L, 29-31 U W, 29-17 1928-29 U W, (score N/A) U L, (score N/A)

U W, (score N/A) U L, (score N/A) 1929-30 U L, 29-36 U L, 27-38 U W, 41-28 U W, (score N/A) 1930-31 U W, 53-42 U W, 48-30 U L, 30-47 U L, 25-41 1931-32 U W, 30-29 U W, 38-32 1932-33 U W, 41-36 U W, 30-23 1933-34 U W, 43-29 U W, 42-37 1934-35 U W, 30-23 U W, 36-19 1936-37 U L, 17-39 U W, 39-27 1937-38 U W, 55-30 U W, 55-33 1938-39 U W, 50-27 U W, 40-33 1939-40 U W, 43-24 U W, 46-27 U W, 31-20 U W, 35-29 1940-41 U W, 45-29 U W, 51-50 U W, 51-32 U W, 46-41 1941-42 U W, 56-48 U L, 24-42 U W, 57-46 U W, 46-41 1945-46 A W, 50-33 H W, 45-37 1946-47 A W, 41-40 H W, 57-37 1947-48 U W, 66-36 U W, 67-37 1948-49 H W, 65-23 A L, 49-53 1949-50 A W, 53-52 H W, 74-57 1950-51 U W, 71-51 U W, 79-58 F W, 2-0 1951-52 A H W, 85-60 1952-53 H W, 86-54 A W, 79-68 1953-54 A L, 66-72 H W, 87-61 1954-55 A W, 86-60 A W, 86-60 1955-56 A W, 79-72 H W, 88-62 1956-57 A L, 72-77 H W, 79-61 1964-65 H W, 81-71 A L, 67-79 1965-66 H L, 70-72 A W, 90-85 1966-67 H W, 92-86 A W, 77-75 1967-68 A W, 74-64 H W, 85-71 1968-69 A L, 92-93 H L, 80-83 1969-70 H W, 79-71 A L, 80-86 1970-71 H W, 77-67 A W, 73-64 1971-72 H W, 75-62 A W, 101-66 1978-79 H W, 82-65 F forfeit Louisiana-Lafayette Tech leads 86-71 1925-26 U W, (score N/A) U W, (score N/A)

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U W, (score N/A) U W, 30-19 U W, 33-28 U W, 40-30 U W, 40-30 U L, (score N/A) U L, (score N/A) U L, (score N/A) U L, 31-44 U L, 29-44 U W, 48-18 U W, 46-24 U W, 41-40 U W, 59-31 U L, 44-50 U L, 31-36 U W, 30-17 U W, 40-31 U W, 42-26 U W, 24-23 U W, 40-24 U W, 31-25 U L, 24-30 U W, 38-35 U L, 34-48 U L, 36-43 U L, 28-43 U L, 34-48 U L, 29-46 U W, 54-51 U L, 45-51 U L, 32-45 U L, 48-63 U W, 42-36 U L, 47-50 U L, 42-48 U L, 38-42 A W, 44-34 H W, 54-33 H W, 68-56 A L, 38-39 U W, 45-43 U W, 55-49 U W, 36-34 A W, 49-48 H W, 62-41 H W, 69-67 A L, 51-59 U W, 63-61 U L, 55-74 H W, 71-49 A W, 62-54 A W, 57-55 H W, 76-65 H W, 63-56 A L, 81-84 A W, 79-78 H W, 105-65 H W, 75-49 A W, 81-62 H W, 105-65 A W, 84-68 A L, 72-75 H W, 63-53 H W, 83-70 A L, 62-70 H L, 54-57 A L, 73-87 H W, 55-50 A L, 57-68 A L, 69-83 H L, 69-74 A L, 49-68 H W, 75-66 H W, 69-68 A L, 75-84 H W, 77-73 A W, 88-81 H W, 86-76 A L, 78-99 A W, 72-66 H W, 80-78 H L, 57-70

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A L, 70-88 1968-69 A L, 60-73 H L, 53-70 1969-70 A L, 79-86 H W, 94-92 OT 1970-71 H W, 104-93 A L, 92-97 1971-72 A L, 86-107 H L, 101-111 1972-73 H L, 64-74 A L, 93-94 1975-76 A W, 78-68 H W, 89-79 1976-77 A W, 94-92 H L, 72-81 1977-78 A L, 53-54 H L, 60-62 1978-79 H L, 59-70 A W, 70-68 OT 1979-80 H W, 74-70 A L, 77-88 1 1980-81 A L, 49-64 A W, 79-71 A L, 58-65 1981-82 A L, 55-65 H L, 51-71 1982-83 H L, 45-46 A W, 76-72 2OT 1983-84 H W, 63-62 A W, 77-73 1984-85 H W, 94-74 A W, 83-76 OT 1985-86 A L, 73-74 OT A W, 66-58 1986-87 H W, 97-70 A W, 68-45 1987-88 H W, 84-70 A W, 59-57 1988-89 H W, 93-87 A L, 79-110 1989-90 A W, 101-76 H W, 82-76 1990-91 H W, 96-88 A L, 86-94 OT 1991-92 A L, 63-79 H W, 69-62 N2 L, 71-75 1992-93 H L, 59-65 A L, 59-81 1993-94 A L, 76-83 H L, 51-91 1994-95 A L, 52-55 H W, 63-56 1995-96 H L, 77-80 A W, 61-54 1996-97 A W, 57-52 H W, 82-57 1997-98 H W, 84-42 A L, 80-90 1998-99 A L, 65-67 H W, 75-62 1999-00 A L, 72-84 H W, 80-75 3 N L, 58-73 2000-01 H W, 81-75 OT 4 N L, 56-63 2001-02 H5 W, 83-63 6 2004-05 H L, 63-84 2005-06 H W, 85-78 2006-07 A L, 60-65 2007-08 H W, 64-56 2008-09 A W, 61-59 1 Bayou Classic, Lafayette, La. 2 SBC Tourney, Biloxi, Miss. 3 SBC Tourney, Little Rock, Ark. 4 SBC Tourney, Mobile, Ala. 5 NIT First Round, Ruston, La. 6 Louisiana Classic, Baton Rouge, La. Louisiana-Monroe 2012-13 Tech leads 50-36 1953-54 A L, 61-65

H 1954-55 A A 1955-56 A H 1956-57 H A 1957-58 A H 1958-59 H A 1959-60 H A 1960-61 H A 1961-62 A H 1962-63 A H 1963-64 H A H 1964-65 H A 1965-66 H A 1966-67 A H 1967-68 A H 1968-69 A H 1969-70 H A 1970-71 A H 1971-72 H A 1972-73 H A 1973-74 H A 1974-75 H A 1975-76 A1 H A 1976-77 H A1 A 1977-78 H A 1978-79 H A 1979-80 A H 1980-81 H A 1981-82 A H 1982-83 A H 1983-84 H A H2 1984-85 A H H2 1985-86 H A A3 1986-87 A H 1987-88 A H 1988-89 H A 1989-90 H A 1990-91 H A 2008-09 H 2009-10 A

L, 82-84 OT W, 72-59 L, 92-95 L, 76-81 W, 72-66 W, 93-83 W, 84-81 W, 92-70 W, 79-64 W, 34-27 W, 64-59 W, 93-55 W, 72-60 L, 53-59 L, 57-61 L, 75-76 OT L, 59-65 L, 73-76 W, 81-74 L, 73-77 L, 63-73 W, 72-66 L, 71-79 L, 92-97 OT W, 91-89 2OT W, 87-81 W, 75-71 W, 77-73 L, 73-84 W, 102-92 L, 74-84 W, 80-68 L, 106-107 3OT W, 87-74 W, 81-76 W, 89-79 W, 106-80 W, 101-71 W, 65-52 L, 73-74 L, 66-91 L, 77-98 W, 97-92 OT L, 78-95 W, 76-73 W, 73-72 L, 66-90 L, 65-74 W, 72-70 L, 82-89 W, 77-67 L, 46-54 L, 67-73 OT L, 75-78 OT W, 67-54 L, 65-78 W, 50-44 W, 71-58 L, 60-68 L, 66-76 L, 48-66 W, 70-55 W, 79-63 L, 79-82 W, 69-56 W, 73-63 W, 72-65 W, 72-70 OT W, 74-71 L, 43-59 L, 56-57 W, 63-61 W, 57-51 L, 76-84 W, 80-68 W, 69-37 W, 93-88 W, 76-69 L, 59-77 W, 94-82 L, 89-100 W, 69-57 W, 76-73

2010-11 H W, 67-58 2011-12 A W, 73-71 1 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La. 2 Southland Conf. Tourn., Ruston, La. 3 Southland Conf. Tourn., Monroe, La. 4 Fleet Classic, Providence, R.I. Louisiana State Louisiana State leads 10-1 1927-28 U L, 35-40 U L, 28-37 1929-30 U L, 31-37 U L, 27-42 1936-37 U L, 34-35 U L, 24-54 1944-45 U L, 38-43 U L, 56-83 1945-46 A L, 43-58 1988-89 A W, 111-109 2006-07 A L, 52-68

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Louisville Tech leads 2-1 1929-30 U W, (score N/A) 1984-85 N1 W, 73-64 1999-00 A L, 67-79 1 Wendy’s Classic, Bowling Green, Ky. Loyola (New Orleans) Tech leads 16-13 1933-34 U W, 39-29 U W, 45-27 U W, 64-27 U W, 44-30 1934-35 U W, 44-21 U W, 46-37 U W, 37-32 U L, 29-30 1936-37 U W, 43-30 U W, 42-36 U L, 35-38 U L, 36-40 1938-39 U L, 48-50 U W, 32-25 U W, 60-40 U W, 39-28 1940-41 U L, 39-41 U L, 34-61 1947-48 U W, 48-44 U L, 43-58 1948-49 A L, 44-49 H W, 53-39 1949-50 H L, 39-47 A W, 53-48 1950-51 U L, 56-57 U W, 58-56 1951-52 H L, 59-56 A L, 54-64 L, 59-66 1956-57 N1 1 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La. Marquette Marquette leads 2-0 1980-81 N1 L, 66-80 1993-94 A L, 48-84 1 Rainbow Classic, H onolulu, Hawaii Marshall Tech leads 3-0 1932-33 U W, 48-23 1984-85 A1 W, 69-63 1985-86 H W, 72-71 1 Marshall Invitational, Huntington, W.V. Maryland Eastern Shore Tech leads 1-0 2011-12 N1 W, 73-54 1 Jim Thorpe Classic, Laramie, Wyo.

McNeese State 2012-13 Tech leads 54-38 1952-53 A W, 48-45 H W, 58-57 OT 1 H W, 53-50 1953-54 H W, 47-39 A L, 54-64 1954-55 A W, 48-46 H L, 55-60 1955-56 H L, 58-70 A L, 58-63 1956-57 A L, 51-61 H L, 41-49 1957-58 H L, 57-66 A L, 55-58 2OT 1958-59 H W, 74-60 A W, 62-41 1959-60 A L, 52-62 H W, 46-45 1960-61 A L, 37-61 H L, 41-46 1961-62 A L, 54-60 OT H W, 53-45 1962-63 A L, 53-58 H L, 49-54 1963-64 H W, 71-61 A W, 54-52 1964-65 A L, 52-65 H W, 53-51 1965-66 A L, 55-70 H W, 39-35 1966-67 A L, 44-45 A W, 84-66 1967-68 H L, 57-67 A L, 77-83 OT 1968-69 A L, 79-87 H W, 86-70 1969-70 A L, 66-76 A W, 77-72 1970-71 A W, 75-70 H W, 93-80 1971-72 A2 W, 108-82 H W, 114-90 A W, 85-81 1972-73 A L, 60-62 OT H W, 87-72 1973-74 A L, 64-100 H W, 93-88 1974-75 H W, 92-80 A L, 74-91 1975-76 A W, 79-74 H W, 81-75 1976-77 A L, 66-68 H W, 87-79 1977-78 A L, 50-63 H L, 42-59 1978-79 A W, 70-56 H W, 95-83 1979-80 A W, 62-60 H L, 63-67 1980-81 A W, 78-59 H W, 75-57 N3 W, 64-52 1981-82 A L, 64-72 H W, 81-69 4 N L, 77-78 3OT 1982-83 A W, 65-48 H W, 88-71 1983-84 H W, 74-61 A L, 79-97 1984-85 A W, 88-69 H W, 59-58 1985-86 H L, 72-76 A L, 58-68 H5 W, 77-61 1986-87 A L, 68-74 H W, 71-63 1987-88 H W, 68-58 A L, 64-65 1988-89 A W, 70-64 H W, 90-78 1989-90 H W, 60-56 1990-91 A W, 73-64

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1999-00 H W, 93-60 2000-01 A L, 61-76 2003-04 A W, 69-68 2004-05 H W, 81-63 2005-06 H W, 80-67 2006-07 A W, 59-50 2007-08 H W, 73-63 2008-09 A L, 61-44 2009-10 H W, 79-58 2010-11 A L, 80-70 2011-12 H W, 60-58 1 La. NAIA Playoff, Dist. 18, Ruston, La. 2 McNeese Tournament, Lake Charles, La. 3 Southland Tournament, Beaumont, Texas 4 Southland Tournament, Lafayette, La. 5 NIT 2nd Round, Ruston, La. Memphis Series tied 2-2 1952-53 A H 2004-05 A 2005-06 A

L, 63-70 W, 93-83 W, 64-55 L, 76-58

Mercer Tied at 5-5 1926-27 U L, 19-37 1972-73 A1 L, 68-70 1973-74 H W, 90-87 OT 1974-75 A L, 66-91 1975-76 A L, 72-73 H W, 95-90 1976-77 A W, 81-75 H W, 84-64 1977-78 H W, 55-50 A L, 60-72 1 Mercer Invitational, Macon, Ga. Miami (Ohio) Tech leads 2-0 1988-89 N1 W, 69-62 2009-10 N2 W, 74-62 1 Carrier Classic, Syracuse, N.Y. 2 World Vision Basketball Classic, Albuquerque, N.M. Michigan Tied at 1-1 1981-82 A W, 51-50 1990-91 N1 L, 62-77 1 Spartan Classic, East Lansing, Mich. Middle Tennessee Tech leads 7-2 1959-60 H W, 81-63 1987-88 A W, 64-63 H W, 72-67 1988-89 A L, 87-91 H W, 72-71 1989-90 H W, 98-77 A L, 75-84 2000-01 H W, 75-55 A W, 68-53 Millsaps College Tech leads 14-12 1926-27 U W, 45-27 U L, 28-39 U W, 53-23 U W, 36-31 1927-28 U L, 33-37 U W, 57-38 U W, 53-28 U W, 41-26 1928-29 U W, (score N/A) U W, (score N/A) 1930-31 U L, 31-44 U L, 30-43

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1931-32 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1940-41 1941-42 1944-45 2002-03

U U U U U U U U U U U U U H

L, 35-44 L, 33-40 W, 41-38 L, 25-34 W, 42-37 L, 33-34 L, 29-31 W, 31-23 W, 38-27 L, 23-46 W, 50-34 L, 37-42 L, 27-45 W, 77-49

Minnesota Minnesota leads 1-0 2000-01 A L, 53-69 Mississippi Mississippi leads 7-3 1961-62 A L, 78-96 H L, 64-68 1962-63 H W, 81-73 A W, 68-64 1963-64 A L, 79-92 OT 1964-65 H W, 75-72 1965-66 A L, 76-84 1966-67 H L, 67-84 1973-74 N1 L, 76-105 1997-98 A L, 56-88 1 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La. Mississippi College Tech leads 20-12 1926-27 U W, 29-27 U W, 41-33 U L, 26-42 U L, 34-36 1927-28 U L, 43-44 U L, 37-61 U W, 48-46 U L, 27-31 1928-29 U L, (score N/A) U W, (score N/A) U W, (score N/A) 1929-30 U L, 35-47 U L, 39-49 U W, (score N/A) U W, 32-16 U W, (score N/A) 1930-31 U W, 36-29 U L, 30-61 1931-32 U L, 35-36 1933-34 U L, 33-42 1934-35 U W, 34-33 1935-36 U W, 41-29 U W, 58-31 1945-46 A W, 37-27 H L, 38-39 1947-48 U W, 56-46 U W, 55-49 1949-50 H W, 65-42 A W, 67-39 1950-51 H W, 76-53 A W, 67-49 2011-12 H W, 92-70 Mississippi State Mississippi State leads 10-5 1934-35 U W, 32-31 1947-48 U W, 53-43 1959-60 A W, 71-62 1960-61 H W, 61-60 1961-62 A L, 58-81 1962-63 H L, 61-80 1963-64 A L, 61-105 1964-65 H L, 78-82 1965-66 A L, 70-82 1966-67 H L, 73-90 1968-69 A L, 73-84 1969-70 H W, 78-71 2000-01 A L, 63-68

2002-03 A 2007-08 A

L, 38-78 L, 45-75

Mississippi Valley State Tech leads 1-0 W, 83-65 1997-98 N1 1 TCU Tourney, Ft. Worth, Texas Missouri Missouri leads 1-0 1972-73 A L, 61-81 Missouri-Kansas City Tech leads 2-0 1987-88 A W, 70-58 H W, 83-71 Missouri State Missouri State leads 2-0 1998-99 A L, 60-86 2009-10 A1 L, 40-69 1 CollegeInsider.com Tournament Quarterfinals Monroe Adlers Tech leads 1-0 1929-30 U W, (score N/A) Montana State Tech leads 2-1 1980-81 N1 W, 72-57 1987-88 H W, 85-62 1988-89 A L, 74-80 1 Raindrop Classic, Portland, Ore. Montevallo Tech leads 1-0 2003-04 H

W, 65-62

Morehead State Morehead State leads 5-0 1966-67 N1 L, 65-83 1973-74 H L, 86-92 OT A L, 70-96 1974-75 A L, 89-93 OT 1975-76 H L, 87-89 OT 1 Holiday Classic, Shreveport, La. Murray State Tech leads 5-2 1959-60 A L, 47-54 1961-62 N1 L, 61-69 1978-79 H W, 109-88 A W, 73-60 1988-89 N2 W, 87-69 2008-09 A W 69-60 2009-10 H W, 87-81 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 2 Blazer Classic, Birmingham, Ala. Navy Tech leads 1-0 2010-11 N

W, 80-65

Nebraska Nebraska leads 1-0 2005-06 A L, 59-56 Nevada Nevada leads 18-7 2001-02 A W, 77-69 H W, 86-83 2002-03 H L, 67-75 A W, 99-97 N1 L, 66-72 2003-04 A L, 67-71 H L, 64-79 2004-05 H L, 56-64 A L, 58-76 2005-06 H L, 65-63

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A L, 50-46 2006-07 A L, 67-84 H L, 71-79 2007-08 H L, 70-83 A L, 57-87 2008-09 H W, 67-64 A W, 78-75 N2 L, 68-77 2009-10 H W, 77-71 A L, 68-79 2010-11 A L, 66-58 H L, 73-70 2011-12 H L, 63-65 A L, 69-79 N3 W, 78-73 1 WAC Tourney, Tulsa, Okla. 2 WAC Tourney, Reno, Nev. 3 WAC Tournament, Semifinals, Las Vegas, Nev. Nevada Las-Vegas Nevada Las-Vegas leads 1-0 1986-87 A1 L, 75-79 1 UNLV Rebel Roundup, Las Vegas, Nev. New Mexico New Mexico leads 2-0 1991-92 A1 L, 84-90 2009-10 A2 L, 52-81 1 NIT, 1st Round, Albuquerque, N.M. 2 World Vision Basketball Classic, Albuquerque, N.M. New Mexico State 2012-13 New Mexico State leads 15-3 1977-78 A1 L, 51-69 2000-01 H L, 72-77 2005-06 H W, 66-61 A L, 60-64 2006-07 H W, 73-71 OT A L, 64-79 A2 L, 70-77 2007-08 A L, 54-63 H L, 63-85 2008-09 A L, 65-63 H W, 80-71 2009-10 H L, 77-91 A L, 68-70 2010-11 A L, 75-57 H L, 50-49 2011-12 H L, 73-83 A L, 72-83 N3 L, 57-82 1 Roadrunner Classic, Las Cruces, N.M. 2 WAC Tournament, Semifinals, Las Cruces, N.M. 3 WAC Tournament, Finals, Las Vegas, Nev. New Orleans New Orleans leads 26-19 1970-71 N1 W, 107-88 1971-72 A W, 80-73 1972-73 H W, 91-73 1975-76 A L, 66-72 H L, 76-77 1976-77 A L, 67-88 H L, 72-75 1986-87 A L, 68-72 H L, 61-70 1987-88 A L, 67-82 H W, 65-61 N2 W, 69-66 1988-89 H L, 54-64 A L, 63-73 3 N W, 84-62 1989-90 A L, 100-110 3OT H W, 78-69 1990-91 H L, 68-72

A W, 68-63 A4 W, 56-51 1991-92 H W, 54-53 F A W, 53-54 1992-93 H L, 48-71 A L, 41-69 5 N L, 52-63 1993-94 H L, 61-93 A L, 61-76 1994-95 A W, 61-60 H L, 59-61 1995-96 A L, 45-70 H L, 61-70 N6 L, 67-57 1996-97 H W, 73-63 A L, 58-63 6 N W, 59-53 1997-98 H W, 74-65 A L, 34-78 1998-99 A L, 69-61 H W, 87-82 OT 1999-00 H W, 63-43 A W, 75-66 2000-01 A L, 55-67 2004-05 H L, 85-87 OT 2005-06 N7 W, 76-64 2007-08 N8 L, 72-81 1 NCAA Regional Playoff, Lafayette, La. 2 American South Tournament, Beaumont, Texas 3 American South Conf. Tournament, Lafayette, La. 4 American South Conf. Tourney, New Orleans, La. 5 SBC Tourney, Biloxi, Miss. 6 SBC Tourney, Little Rock, Ark. 7 Tyler, Texas 8 Gulf Coast Classic, Biloxi, Miss. F forfeit win for Tech Nicholls State Tech leads 15-2 1965-66 A W, 99-70 H W, 90-81 1 1966-67 A W, 97-92 H W, 98-79 1967-68 A W, 68-67 H W, 83-73 1968-69 A W, 72-70 OT H W, 90-86 OT 1969-70 H W, 114-90 A W, 64-62 1970-71 A W, 78-76 H W, 109-76 1993-94 H L, 72-91 1994-95 A L, 85-90 1999-00 H W, 85-62 2000-01 A W, 91-62 2009-10 N 2 W, 77-45 1 Holiday Classic, Shreveport, La. 2 World Vision Basketball Classic, Albuquerque, N.M. North Dakota Tech leads 2-1 1966-67 N1 W, 86-77 2010-11 A L, 73-76 2011-12 H W, 58-53 1 NCAA Small College Tourney, Bloomington, Ill. North Texas Tech leads 18-7 1952-53 H A 1953-54 A H 1955-56 N1 1978-79 A 1979-80 N2

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Northeastern Tech leads 3-0 1987-88 N1 W, 74-67 2009-10 A W, 70-67 2011-12 H W, 56-53 1 Fleet Classic, Providence, R.I. Northern Arizona Tech leads 1-0 1985-86 A1 W, 76-61 1 NIT 1st Round, Flagstaff, Ariz. Northern Iowa NI leads 2-0 2002-03 H 2003-04 A

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Northwestern State 2012-13 Tech leads 74-63 1925-26 U L, (score N/A) U L, (score N/A) 1926-27 U L, 22-34 U L, 30-42 1927-28 U W, 32-31 U W, 34-24 1928-29 U L, (score N/A) U L, (score N/A) U W, (score N/A) U L, (score N/A) U L,(score N/A) 1929-30 U W, 35-21 U W, 26-24 U W, (score N/A) 1930-31 U L, 48-50 U L, 27-37 U W, 49-39 U W, 30-25 1931-32 U L, 31-35 U L, 37-45 1932-33 U L, 36-53 U W, 53-51 1933-34 U W, 49-48 U L, 31-36 1934-35 U L, 31-44 U W, 44-31 1935-36 U L, 34-36 U L, 20-63 1936-37 U L, 33-43 U L, 30-44 1937-38 U L, 38-46 U L, 28-48 1938-39 U W, 41-32 U L, 37-58 1939-40 U L, 37-55 U L, 25-56 U L, 34-41 U L, 44-67 1940-41 U L, 34-41

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1981-82 A W, 82-81 2OT A L, 57-65 1982-83 A W, 84-79 H W, 65-55 1983-84 H W, 79-55 A W, 77-61 1984-85 A W, 78-50 H W, 92-63 1985-86 A W, 69-63 H W, 70-50 1995-96 H W, 91-61 1996-97 A W, 77-56 1997-98 H W, 78-64 1998-99 A W, 63-41 2009-10 H W, 98-70 2010-11 A L, 85-78 2011-12 H W, 94-93 2OT 1 Gulf States Conf. Tourney, Natchitoches, La. 2 NAIA Playoff, District 18, Natchitoches, La. 3 NAIA Playoff, District 18, Ruston, La. 4 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La. 5 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 6 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. Ohio Northern Ohio Northern leads 1-0 1996-97 H L, 52-57

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Oregon Tech leads 1-0 1986-87 N1 W, 57-50 1 Far West Classic, Portland, Ore. Oregon State Tied at 1-1 1986-87 N1 W, 93-76 1989-90 N2 L, 81-82 1 Far West Classic, Portland, Ore. 2 Far West Classic, Portland, Ore. Ouachita Baptist Tech leads 10-2 1937-38 U L, 33-35 U W, 59-39 1938-39 U W, 42-38 1939-40 U W, 42-38 1949-50 H W, 54-52 A L, 43-51 1951-52 A W, 79-69 H W, 78-41 1970-71 N1 W 108-66 1980-81 H W, 71-49 1981-82 H W, 47-38 2000-01 H W, 90-51 1 McNeese Tournament, Lake Charles, La.

Portland State Series tied 1-0 1980-81 A1 W, 63-50 2011-12 N2 L, 48-66 1 Raindrop Classic, Portland, Ore. 2 Jim Thorpe Classic, Laramie, Wyo. Providence Tied at 1-1 1985-86 A1 W, 64-63 1987-88 A2 L, 80-84 1 NIT Quarterfinal, Providence, R.I. 2 Fleet Classic, Providence, R.I.

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Saint Leo (Fla.) Tech leads 1-0 1970-71 N1 W, 106-63 1 McNeese Tourn., Lake Charles, La.

Saint Mary’s (Calif.) Tech leads 1-0 1989-90 N1 W, 69-55 1 Apple Invitational, Stanford, Calif. Saint Peter’s Tech leads 1-0 1972-73 N1 W, 90-62 1 Mercer Invitational, Macon, Ga. Sam Houston State Tech leads 4-1 1946-47 A L, 45-29 H W, 63-53 1 1967-68 N W, 99-80 1989-90 H W, 88-61 1990-91 A W, 95-72 1 Pan American Holiday Classic, Edinburg, Texas Samford Samford leads 3-1 1981-82 A 1987-88 H 2007-08 H 2008-09 A

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San Diego State Tied at 1-1 1970-71 A L, 78-88 1985-86 N1 W, 74-72 1 Sun Met Classic, Fresno, Calif. San Francisco San Francisco leads 1-0 1994-95 A L, 65-67

Red River Arsenal Tech leads 1-0 1948-49 H W, 116-28

Oklahoma State Oklahoma State leads 3-0 1990-91 A L, 58-59 1991-92 H L, 71-77 1992-93 A L, 53-80

Rutgers Tech leads 1-0 1980-81 N1 W, 51-47 1 Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii

Saint Louis St. Louis leads 2-1 1955-56 A L, 81-98 1999-00 A W, 68-60 1 2006-07 N L, 65-87 1 Shelby Metcalf Classic, College Station, Texas

Pittsburgh Tech leads 1-0 1984-85 N1 W, 78-54 1 NCAA Midwest Region 1st Round, Tulsa, Okla.

Rice Tech leads 7-5 1974-75 N1 1982-83 A 1983-84 A 1984-85 H 2001-02 H A 2002-03 A H 2003-04 H A 2004-05 A

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Oklahoma City Tech leads 3-1 1937-38 U W, 46-29 U L, 38-47 1 1979-80 A W, 79-72 1 1984-85 A W, 90-62 1 All-College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla.

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Peru State (Neb.) Tech leads 1-0 1946-47 H W, 69-38

Oklahoma Oklahoma leads 8-0 1972-73 A L, 63-65 1978-79 A L, 68-84 1979-80 A L, 69-84 N1 L, 70-80 1984-85 N2 L, 72-84 N 3 L, 84-86 OT 1988-89 N4 L, 81-124 2001-02 A L, 63-81 OT 1 All-College Tourney, Oklahoma City, Okla. 2 All-College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla. 3 NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinals, Dallas, Texas 4 NCAA Southeast Regional, 2nd Round, Nashville, Tenn.

Oral Roberts Tech leads 3-1 1970-71 H 1971-72 A 1988-89 A

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Ohio State Tied at 1-1 1984-85 N1 W, 79-67 1985-86 N2 L, 66-79 1 NCAA Midwest 2nd Round, Tulsa, Okla. 2 NIT Final Four, New York, N.Y. OT

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San Jose State 2012-13 Tech leads 11-9 2001-02 A W, 78-61 H W, 77-53 2002-03 A W 80-67 H W 65-60 2003-04 H W, 73-62 A L, 53-56OT N1 W, 57-51 2004-05 A L, 87-88 H W, 72-55 2005-06 A W, 75-55 H W, 74-63 2006-07 H W, 92-56 A L, 50-53 2007-08 A L, 61-71 H W, 87-83 N2 L, 62-64 2008-09 A W, 66-61 H L, 53-51 2009-10 A L, 76-87 H W, 71-64

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L, 79-74 L, 72-60 W, 71-67 W, 75-49

Seattle 2012-13 Series tied 1-1 2008-09 N1 L, 61-46 2010-11 N W, 85-72 1 Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, Alaska Selman Army Air Field Tied at 1-1 1945-46 A L, 33-35
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South Carolina South Carolina leads 1-0 1960-61 N1 L, 66-72 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. SE Missouri State 2012-13 Series tied 2-2 1996-97 H W, 65-69 1998-99 A1 L, 84-72 2006-07 A W, 72-56 2007-08 H L, 54-59 1 SMS Tourney, Springfield, Mo. Southeast Oklahoma State Tech leads 6-4 1950-51 H W, 40-30 1954-55 H L, 51-54 1957-58 H W, 58-51 1958-59 H W, 77-59 1959-60 H W, 62-52 1960-61 H L, 61-77 1961-62 H L, 65-74 1962-63 H L, 60-61 1963-64 H W, 77-71 1968-69 N1 W, 88-78 1 McNeese St., Lake Charles, La.

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Southeastern Louisiana 2012-13 Tech leads 41-18 1941-42 U W, 60-40 U W, 54-51 1945-46 A W, 47-27 H W, 47-27 1946-47 H W, 66-29 A W, 51-27 1947-48 U W, 61-35 U W, 59-49 1948-49 A L, 44-49 H W, 60-49 1949-50 A L, 52-57 H L, 52-57 1950-51 U W, 56-49 U L, 64-84 1951-52 H L, 68-70 H W, 79-57 1952-53 A L, 67-77 H W, 74-66 1953-54 A L, 62-74 H L, 68-79 1954-55 A L, 70-87 H W, 73-63 1955-56 H W, 90-79 A L, 60-62 1956-57 A L, 67-69 H W, 85-60 1957-58 A L, 50-59 H W, 68-49 1958-59 A W, 66-57 H W, 76-63 1959-60 A W, 65-58 H W, 92-70 1960-61 H W, 54-53 A L, 58-70 1961-62 H W, 78-69 A L, 75-78 1962-63 H W, 84-76 A L, 54-75 1963-64 A W, 74-70 A W, 75-67 1964-65 A L, 82-99 H W, 89-82 1965-66 A L, 70-72 H W, 99-85 1966-67 H W, 88-65 A W, 96-89 1967-68 A W, 78-71 H W, 96-68 1968-69 H W, 104-81 A W, 79-67 1969-70 A W, 88-67 H W, 96-85 1970-71 H W, 89-58 A W, 94-72 1971-72 A W, 101-79 H W, 113-95 1991-92 A W, 99-75 H W, 92-69 2011-12 A L, 69-72 OT Southern Series tied 2-2 2005-06 H A 2006-07 H A

W, 61-52 L, 63-47 W, 74-66 L, 47-62

Southern Arkansas Tied at 1-1 1929-30 U W, 33-13 U L, 25-28 Southern Illinois Series tied 3-3 1971-72 H 1972-73 A 1973-74 A 1974-75 H 2005-06 A 2006-07 H

W, 110-66 W, 89-67 L, 82-109 L, 58-94 W, 54-51 L, 36-50

Southern Methodist Tech leads 8-4 1972-73 N1 W, 92-87 W, 71-68 1989-90 N2 2001-02 H L, 71-74 A W, 70-66 2002-03 H W 89-77 A L, 61-84 2003-04 A W, 75-61 H W, 74-69OT 2004-05 H W, 58-57 A L, 70-73 2010-11 H W, 69-64 2011-12 A L, 65-73 1 Centenary Invitational, Shreveport, La. 2 Apple Invitational, Stanford, Calif.

1981-82 A L, 47-60 H W, 60-58 2000-01 N4 L, 63-70 2007-08 N5 L, 56-80 6 2009-10 H W, 66-57 2011-12 A L, 62-78 1 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La. 2 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 3 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 4 John Thompson Tournament, Fayetteville, Ark. 5 Gulf Coast Classic, Biloxi, Miss. 6 CollegeInsider.com Tournament, First Round

Southern Mississippi Southern Miss. leads 41-28 1932-33 U W, 49-45 1933-34 U W, 43-25 1935-36 U W, 31-26 U L, 36-39 1936-37 U W, 39-36 1945-46 A W, 36-24 1946-47 H W, 77-47 1948-49 A L, 34-36 H W, 56-46 1949-50 A L, 51-59 H W, 64-58 1950-51 U L, 54-56 U L, 53-55 1951-52 A L, 68-84 A L, 66-74 1952-53 H W, 70-61 A L, 67-76 1953-54 A L, 68-82 H L, 73-79 1954-55 A L, 72-82 H W, 77-64 1955-56 A L, 53-72 H L, 51-62 1956-57 H W, 65-51 A L, 47-48 W, 68-60 1957-58 N1 H L, 59-68 A L, 50-51 1958-59 A L, 54-72 H W, 64-61 1959-60 H L, 70-74 A L, 67-79 1960-61 H L, 61-66 A L, 48-50 2 1961-62 N L, 72-81 H L, 77-84 H W, 70-57 3 1962-63 N W, 83-77 H L, 63-65 A L, 90-96 1963-64 A L, 82-95 H W, 94-90 1964-65 A W, 88-83 H L, 88-92 1965-66 A L, 74-98 H W, 102-85 1966-67 H W, 95-87 A L, 81-89 1967-68 H L, 82-89 A W, 93-86 1968-69 H W, 101-83 A L, 85-95 1969-70 A L, 81-84 H W, 95-87 1971-72 A W, 123-82 H W, 91-63 1972-73 H W, 87-66 1973-74 A L, 78-88 1976-77 A L, 77-86 H W, 81-70 1977-78 A L, 50-58 1979-80 H W, 67-62 1980-81 A L, 57-62

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Southern Utah Tech leads 1-0 1998-99 N1 W, 76-68 OT 1 Cougar Classic, Provo, Utah Southwest Texas State Tech leads 4-1 1956-57 H W, 72-69 1958-59 H W, 76-45 H W, 66-57 1959-60 H W, 56-42 1960-61 H L, 70-76OT

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Spring Hill College Tech leads 10-5 1948-49 A L, 30-32 H W, 37-35 1949-50 H W, 57-47 A L, 33-56 1950-51 U L, 41-46 U W, 54-45 1951-52 H W, 58-47 A L, 57-62 1952-53 A L, 64-72 H W, 75-53 1953-54 A W, 74-69 H W, 71-60 1959-60 A W, 63-55 H W, 59-51 2011-12 H W, 69-41 Stanford Stanford leads 1-0 1989-90 A1 L, 59-62 1 Apple Invitational, Stanford, Calif. Stephen F. Austin Tied at 6-6 1939-40 U L, 41-66 U L, 37-48 1946-47 A L, 34-51 H W, 61-46 1 1968-69 N L, 90-93 1973-74 A W, 97-77 1985-86 H L, 58-67 1986-87 A L, 79-81 OT H W, 70-52 1995-96 N2 W, 68-65 1997-98 A W, 82-57 1999-00 A W, 70-60 1 McNeese Tournament, Lake Charles, La. 2 BYU Cougar Classic, Provo, Utah

Stetson Tech leads 2-1 1932-33 U 1933-34 U 1934-35 U

L, 42-43 W, 55-32 W, 38-25

Steubenville Steubenville leads 1-0 L, 65-90 1954-55 N1 1 NAIA National Tourney, Kansas City, Mo. Syracuse Syracuse leads 1-0 1988-89 A1 L, 98-106 OT 1 Carrier Classic, Syracuse, N.Y. Tampa Tech leads 1-0 1935-36 U

W, 32-19

Tarleton State Tech leads 1-0 1996-97 H

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Tennessee Tennessee leads 3-1 1957-58 N1 W, 68-61 1965-66 N2 L, 55-71 1983-84 A3 L, 61-71 1986-87 A L, 56-63 1 Caronsel Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. 2 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 3 Volunteer Classic, Knoxville, Tenn. UT-Chattanooga 2012-13 UT-Chattanooga leads 2-0 1927-28 U L, 31-40 1977-78 N1 L, 64-66 1 New Orleans Classic, New Orleans, La. Tennessee State Tied at 1-1 1970-71 N1 L, 90-91 2000-01 N2 W, 93-86 1 NCAA Regional Playoff, Lafayette, La. 2 John Thompson Tourney, Fayetteville, Ark.

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Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech leads 1-0 1958-59 A L, 72-91 Texas Texas leads 3-0 1974-75 N1 L, 68-81 2002-03 A L 50-58 2010-11 A L, 89-58 1 Senior Bowl, Mobile, Ala. Texas Arlington 2012-13 Tech leads 22-8 1972-73 A W, 81-71 H W, 105-87 1973-74 H W, 82-73 A W, 91-82 1974-75 A L, 70-80 H W, 83-82 1975-76 H W, 118-90 A W, 102-79 1976-77 H W, 106-82 A L, 90-92 OT 1977-78 H W, 79-77 2OT A L, 69-74 1978-79 H W, 93-78 A W, 89-83 1979-80 H W, 80-77 A W, 91-82 1980-81 H L, 59-61


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Texas-El Paso (UTEP) UTEP leads 8-7 1952-53 H W, 68-56 1954-55 H W, 76-69 1960-61 N1 W, 81-76 1977-78 A L, 45-51 1983-84 A L, 70-82 1999-00 A L, 53-72 2001-02 H W., 77-63 A W, 86-68 2002-03 H W, 73-57 A L, 57-75 2003-04 A L, 68-71 H L, 65-76 N2 L, 55-62 2004-05 H W, 80-65 A L, 69-89 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 2 WAC Tourn., Oklahoma City, Okla. Texas-Pan American Tech leads 22-13 1967-68 A1 L, 70-89 1977-78 N2 L, 63-78 1982-83 A W, 66-58 H W, 59-39 1983-84 H W, 56-52 A W, 69-63 1987-88 A W, 70-62 H W, 73-62 1988-89 A W, 65-55 H W, 78-63 1989-90 H W, 68-62 A L, 84-100 N 3 L, 76-82 1990-91 A W, 89-56 H W, 86-52 1991-92 A W, 89-62 1992-93 A L, 59-62 OT H W, 74-59 1993-94 H L, 56-61 A L, 52-76 4 N L, 65-70 1994-95 A L, 53-70 H L, 60-75 N 5 L, 48-51 OT 1995-96 H W, 56-55 3OT A L, 45-47 1996-97 A W, 46-43 H W, 53-47 1997-98 A W, 75-57 H W, 106-77 6 1998-99 N W, 83-80 A L, 84-78 H W, 97-76 2009-10 A W, 80-62 H W, 81-60 1 Pan American Holiday Classic, Edinburg, Texas 2 Road Runner Classic, Las Cruces, N.M. 3 American South Conf. Tournament, Jonesboro, Ark. 4 SBC Tournament, Bowling Green, Ky. 5 SBC Tourney, Little Rock, Ark. 6 SW Missouri State Tourney,

Springfield, Mo. Texas-San Antonio 2012-13 Tech leads 3-1 1981-82 A W, 63-57 1982-83 H W, 58-48 2004-05 H W, 73-64 A L, 79-71 Texas A&M 2012-13 Texas A&M leads 2-3 1966-67 A W, 53-50 1967-68 H L, 77-84 1968-69 A L, 83-102 1969-70 H W, 100-84 2006-07 A1 L, 59-75 1 Shelby Metcalf Classic, College Station, Texas

Texas Christian (TCU) Texas Christian leads 7-5 1939-40 U L, 32-39 1990-91 N1 W, 82-71 1992-93 A L, 50-64 H W, 66-49 1993-94 A L, 74-92 N2 L, 53-73 1994-95 A L, 82-92 H W, 79-73 1996-97 A L, 76-79 2000-01 A W, 95-76 2008-09 H W, 72-67 2009-10 A W, 68-63 1 Century Cellunet Classic, Shreveport, La. 2 Hirsch Col., Shreveport, La.

W, 88-69 W, 83-64

Texas Tech Texas Tech leads 7-2 1939-40 U L, 23-44 U L, 28-30 1941-42 U L, 47-59 1980-81 A L, 47-67 1981-82 A L, 75-89 1982-83 H W, 66-60 2005-06 A W, 68-53 2006-07 H L, 59-66 2007-08 A L, 31-86

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Tulane Tulane leads 2-1 1936-37 U L, 24-44 L, 40-88 1974-75 N1 2 2004-05 N W, 69-66 1 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La. 2 Louisiana Classic, Baton Rouge, La.

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Tech leads 2-0 1970-71 H W, 103-77 A W, 84-82

Texas State 2012-13 (Southwest Texas State) Tech leads 4-1 1956-57 H W, 72-69 1958-59 H W, 76-45 H W, 66-57 1959-60 H W, 56-42 1960-61 H L, 70-76

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Virginia Military Institute Tech leads 2-0 1965-66 N1 W, 73-70 W, 85-73 1974-75 N2 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 2 Senior Bowl, Mobile, Ala.

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Texas A&M-Commerce Tech leads 7-5 1954-55 A L, 59-72 H L, 63-68 1955-56 H W, 67-64 A L, 55-73 1956-57 H W, 69-53 A L, 62-66 1957-58 H W, 55-42 1958-59 H W, 58-34 1959-60 H W, 66-40 1960-61 H W, 52-48 1963-64 H W, 81-66 1964-65 A L, 78-89

Texas Southern Tech leads 2-0 1979-80 H 2000-01 H

Tougaloo Tech leads 2-0 2003-04 H 2005-06 H

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Tulsa Tech leads 6-4 1989-90 A 1990-91 H 2001-02 H A 2002-03 A H 2003-04 H A 2004-05 A H Union College Tech leads 1-0 1941-42 U Union University Tech leads 4-0 1931-32 U 1932-33 U 1934-35 U U

W, 91-82 W, 78-66 L, 68-71 L, 63-72 L, 61-68 W, 93-82 W, 70-62 L, 70-80 W, 58-52 W, 91-82

Virginia Tech Tech leads 1-0 1958-59 N1 W, 71-66 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La.

Western Michigan Tech leads 1-0 1980-81 N1 W, 75-62 OT 1 Bayou Classic, Lafayette, La.

Wabash College Tech leads 1-0 1981-82 H W, 75-62 Wake Forest Wake Forest leads 1-0 1990-91 N1 L, 65-71 1 NCAA Southeast Regional, 1st Round, Atlanta, Ga.

Western New Mexico Tech leads 1-0 1987-88 H L, 68-46

Washington Tech leads 2-0 1959-60 N1 W, 67-57 1986-87 N2 W, 88-87 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 2 Far West Classic, Portland, Ore.

W, 82-57

Wiley College Tech leads 1-0 1993-94 H

William and Mary Tech leads 1-0 1958-59 N1 W, 63-49 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La.

Washington State Washington State leads 1-0 1955-56 N1 L, 56-60 1 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La.

W, 36-33

Weber State Tech leads 2-0 1986-87 A 1987-88 A

W, 67-37 W, 40-33 W, 41-34 W, 36-27

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West Texas A&M Tech leads 1-0 1962-63 N1 W, 81-77 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La.

U.S. International Tech leads 1-0 1979-80 H W, 79-65 Utah State Utah State leads 14-3 2005-06 A L, 64-55 H L, 63-62 N1 L, 68-64 2006-07 A L, 49-69 H W, 84-71 2007-08 H L, 61-71 A L, 59-86 2008-09 H L, 50-37 A L, 60-52 2009-10 H W, 82-60 A L, 61-67 A1 L, 55-85 2010-11 A L, 74-57 H L, 72-30 2011-12 H L, 65-69 A L, 63-77 2 N W, 72-70 1 WAC Tournament, Semifinals, Reno, Nev. 2 WAC Tournament, Quarterfinals, Las Vegas, Nev. 2012-13

Vanderbilt Vanderbilt leads 1-0 1989-90 A1 L, 90-98 1 NIT First Round, Nashville, Tenn.

A L, 50-63 1995-96 A L, 57-59 H W, 72-66 1996-97 H L, 61-68 A W, 94-61 1997-98 A L, 67-69 H L, 46-49 1998-99 A W, 63-54 H W, 87-81 N3 L, 76-66 1999-00 A W, 68-65 H W, 72-66 2000-01 A L, 47-55 H W, 73-72 OT 1 Wendy’s Classic, Bowling Green, Ky. 2 SBC Tourney, Biloxi, Miss. 3 SBC Tourney, Lafayette, La.

Villanova Villanova leads 1-0 2001-02 A1 L, 64-67 1 NIT 2nd Round, Phildelphia, Pa.

Texas Wesleyan Tech leads 4-0 1954-55 H W, 101-86 1955-56 H W, 75-69 1958-59 H W, 95-47 1982-83 H W, 52-46

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Western Carolina Series Tied 1-1 1983-84 N1 W, 72-48 2008-09 N2 L, 76-62 1 Volunteer Classic, Knoxville, Tenn. 2 Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, Alaska Western Illinois Western Illinois leads 1-0 1948-49 H L, 37-57 Western Kentucky Western Kentucky leads 15-13 1927-28 U W, 40-33 1933-34 U W, 43-38 1935-36 U L, 41-60 1979-80 H L, 59-63 1983-84 A W, 73-71 1984-85 A1 W, 59-54 1991-92 H W, 91-79 A L, 78-79 OT N2 W, 74-60 1992-93 A L, 40-86 H L, 54-76 1993-94 H L, 49-91 A L, 47-70 1994-95 H L, 49-68

William Carey Tech leads 2-0 1970-71 A 1971-72 H

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Wisconsin Wisconsin leads 1-0 2005-06 A L, 78-52 Wofford Tech leads 3-0 1926-27 U 1934-35 U 1935-36 U

W, 50-41 W, 36-18 W, 42-37

Wyoming Wyoming leads 4-0 1991-92 A L, 78-96 1992-93 H L, 57-75 1 L, 91-73 1998-99 A 2 2011-12 A L, 58-73 1 Cowboy Shootout, Casper, Wyo. 2 Jim Thorpe Classic, Laramie, Wyo. Yale Series Tied 1-1 1998-99 N1 W, 85-60 2005-06 N2 L, 69-68 1 Cowboy Shootout, Casper, Wyo. 2 John Thompson Classic, Lincoln, Neb. Code: U=unknown game site N=neutral game site H=home game A=away game W=win L=loss Note: Basketball was discontinued for the 42-43 and 43-44 season

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Coach R.C. Kenny 1925-26 (7-7, 5-3 SIAA) 1926 (7-7) Centenary L 13-45 Centenary L 35-39 Louisiana Col. W Louisiana Col. L Northwestern State L Northwestern State L UL-Lafayette W UL-Lafayette W Louisiana Col. W Louisiana Col. L Centenary W 32-23 Centenary L 44-50 UL-Lafayette W UL-Lafayette W Coach Robert S. Wynn 1926-31 (61-55) 1926-27 (14-8, 13-5 SIAA Champs) Northwestern State L 22-34 Louisiana College L 22-42 Louisiana College L 29-31 UL-Lafayette W 30-19 UL-Lafayette W 33-28 Millsaps College W 45-27 Millsaps College L 28-39 Mississippi College W 29-27 Mississippi College W 41-33 Centenary W 43-19 Centenary W 40-12 Mississippi College L 26-42 Mississippi College L 34-36 Millsaps College W 53-23 Millsaps College W 36-31 Louisiana College W 29-17 Centenary W 33-17 Centenary W 35-26 Northwestern State L 30-42 Wofford College W 50-41 Mercer L 19-37 1927-28 (15-10, 10-6 SIAA Champs) Centenary L 26-30 Centenary W 43-34 Millsaps College L 33-37 Millsaps College W 57-38 Mississippi College L 43-44 Mississippi College L 37-61 UL-Lafayette W 40-30 UL-Lafayette W 40-30 LSU L 35-40 LSU L 28-37 Mississippi College W 48-46 Mississippi College L 27-31 Millsaps College W 53-28 Millsaps College W 41-26 Birm.-Southern W 72-41 Birm.-Southern W 33-23 Northwestern State W 32-31 Arkansas A&M W 64-34 Arkansas A&M W 66-21 Northwestern State W 34-24 Centenary W 32-31 Centenary L 32-33 Western Kentucky W 40-33 Tenn.-Chattanooga L 30-41 Birm.-Southern L 27-37

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El Dorado Root Refin. W El Dorado Root Refin. W Centenary L 26-37 Centenary L 30-34 Louisiana College W Louisiana College L Louisiana College W Louisiana College L Northwestern State L Northwestern State L UL-Lafayette L UL-Lafayette L Mississippi College L Mississippi College W Millsaps College W Millsaps College W Mississippi College W Centenary L 24-26 Centenary L 43-44 Northwestern State W Northwestern State L Northwestern State L

1929-30 (13-12) Magnolia A&M W 33-13 Magnolia A&M L 25-28 Mississippi College L 35-47 Mississippi College L 39-49 Shreveport “Y” W Monroe Adlers W Centenary L 30-35 Centenary L 30-31 LSU L 31-37 LSU L 27-42 Louisiana College L 29-36 Louisiana College L 27-38 Northwestern State W 35-21 Northwestern State W 26-24 Mississippi College W Mississippi College W 32-16 Northwestern State W Louisiana College W 41-28 Louisiana College W Centenary L 16-27 Centenary L 27-45 Louisville W Mississippi College W Kentucky Wesleyan W UL-Lafayette L 1930-31 (7-12) Captain: “Chick” Weekly Centenary L 31-44 Millsaps College L 31-44 UL-Lafayette L 31-44 UL-Lafayette L 29-44 Louisiana College W 53-42 Louisiana College W 48-30 Northwestern State L 48-50 Northwestern State L 27-37 Louisiana College L 30-47 Louisiana College L 25-41 Miss. College W 36-29 Birm.-Southern W 30-25 Birm.-Southern W 37-25 Millsaps College L 30-43 Mississippi College L 30-61 Northwestern State W 49-39 Northwestern State W 30-25 Centenary L 25-30 Centenary L 22-30 Coach Hall Lee 1931-34 (24-19) 1931-32 (4-9) Captain: Garnet Tipton Louisiana College W 30-29 Northwestern State L 31-35

Northwestern State L 37-45 Union University W 67-37 Millsaps College L 35-44 UL-Lafayette W 48-18 Centenary L 39-42 Mississippi College L 35-36 Millsaps College L 33-40 Louisiana College W 38-32 Centenary L 22-27 Centenary L 24-39 Centenary L 25-29 Marshall Louisiana College UL-Lafayette Stetson UL-Lafayette Union University Miss. St. Teachers Louisiana College Centenary Northwestern State Northwestern State Centenary

1932-33 (8-4) W 48-23 W 41-36 W 46-24 L 42-43 W 41-40 W 40-33 W 49-45 W 30-23 L 26-27 L 36-53 W 53-51 L 25-36

1933-34 (12-6, 4-3 SIAA Champs) Western Kentucky W 43-38 Stetson W 55-32 UL-Lafayette W 59-31 Louisiana College W 43-29 Loyola of South W 39-29 Loyola of South W 45-27 Louisiana College W 42-37 Centenary L 18-44 Millsaps College W 41-38 Northwestern State W 49-48 UL-Lafayette L 44-50 Millsaps College L 25-34 Mississippi College L 33-42 Miss. St. Teachers W 43-25 Northwestern State L 31-36 Loyola of South W 64-27 Loyola of South W 44-30 Berea Col. (Ky.) L Coach L. P. McLane 1934-36 (26-12) 1934-35 (14-7)

Captain: T.H. Waters Louisiana College Stetson Mississippi College Loyola of South Loyola of South UL-Lafayette Centenary Centenary Northwestern State Northwestern State Mississippi State Louisiana College Millsaps College Millsaps College Union University Union University UL-Lafayette Loyola of South Loyola of South Wofford College Millsaps College

W 30-23 W 38-25 W 34-33 W 44-21 W 46-37 L 31-36 L 43-46 L 35-38 L 31-44 W 44-31 W 32-31 W 36-19 W 42-37 L 33-34 W 41-34 W 36-27 W 30-17 W 37-32 L 29-30 W 36-18 L 29-31

Millsaps College Mississippi College Northwestern State Miss. St. Teachers Birm. Southern

1935-36 (12-5) W 31-23 W 41-29 L 34-36 W 31-26 W 20-12


W 32-19 W 40-31 W 58-31 W 38-27 L 36-39 W 38-37 W 37-36 L 25-33 W 42-26 L 20-63 W 42-37 L 41-60

Coach Herb Duggins 1936-40 (26-46) Illinois College Louisiana College UL-Lafayette Tulane Loyola of South Loyola of South Centenary LSU LSU Northwestern State Centenary UL-Lafayette Centenary Miss. St. Teachers Louisiana College Loyola of South Loyola of South Centenary Northwestern State Captain: Fred Miller Ouachita College Oklahoma City Oklahoma City UL-Lafayette Centenary UL-Lafayette Louisiana College Centenary Centenary Northwestern State Louisiana College Centenary Ouachita College Northwestern State

1936-37 (7-12) W 37-35 L 17-39 W 24-23 L 24-44 W 43-30 W 42-36 L 25-31 L 34-35 L 24-54 L 33-43 L 25-39 W 40-24 L 19-39 W 39-36 W 39-27 L 35-38 L 36-40 L 29-32 L 30-44 1937-38 (5-9) L 33-35 W 46-29 L 38-47 W 31-25 L 29-50 L 24-30 W 55-30 L 42-55 L 42-61 L 38-46 W 55-33 L 42-52 W 59-39 L 28-48

1938-39 (10-8) Captian: Joe Williams Illinois Wesleyan W 55-36 Louisiana College W 50-27 Ouachita College W 42-38 Northwestern State W 41-32 Centenary L 29-32 Centenary W 38-35 Ala. St. Teachers L 29-46 UL-Lafayette W 38-35 Loyola of South L 48-50 Loyola of South W 32-25 Louisiana College W 40-33 Loyola of South W 60-40 Loyola of South W 39-28 Centenary L 32-45 Howard Col. (Ala.) L 42-55 Centenary L 28-35 Northwestern State L 37-58 UL-Lafayette L 34-48

Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Membership Begins 1939-40 (5-17, 4-12 LIC) Capt: L.T. “Hawk” Whitten Stephen F. Austin L 41-66 Stephen F. Austin L 37-48 Ouachita College W 42-38 TCU L 32-39 Texas Tech L 23-44 Texas Tech L 28-30 Louisiana College W 43-24 Northwestern State L 37-55 UL-Lafayette L 36-43 Louisiana College W 46-27 Northwestern State L 25-56 Northwestern State L 34-41 Centenary L 44-56 UL-Lafayette L 28-43 Centenary L 38-45 Northwestern State L 44-67 Centenary L 41-42 Louisiana College W 31-20 UL-Lafayette L 34-48 UL-Lafayette L 29-46 Centenary L 38-40 Louisiana College W 35-29 Coach Cecil Crowley 1940-42; 1945-64 (269-221) 1940-41 (7-10, 7-7 LIC) Loyola of South L 39-41 Millsaps College L 23-46 Louisiana College W 45-29 Centenary W 44-37 Centenary L 42-49 Louisiana College W 51-50 Northwestern State L 34-41 Louisiana College W 51-32 Louisiana College W 46-41 Loyola of South L 34-61 UL-Lafayette W 54-51 UL-Lafayette L 45-51 Centenary L 33-36 Northwestern State L 37-55 UL-Lafayette L 32-45 UL-Lafayette L 48-63 Centenary W 54-44 1942 Louisiana Intercollegiate Champions 1941-42 (13-8, 7-1 LIC) Camp Livingston W 57-34 Centenary L 39-45 Central Arkansas L 29-34 Louisiana College W 56-48 Northwestern State W 38-32 Southeastern La. W 60-40 Camp Livingston L 21-26 Centenary W 36-32 UL-Lafayette W 42-36 Louisiana College L 24-42 Millsaps College W 50-34 Louisiana College W 57-46 Northwestern State W 57-47 Louisiana College W 46-41 UL-Lafayette L 47-50 Southeastern La. W 54-51 Camp Beauregard W 23-18 Camp Beauregard L 45-48 Union College W 36-33 Delta State L 26-49 Texas Tech L 47-59 Basketball Discontinued

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Basketball Discontinued

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Coach Joe Aillet 1944-45 (5-12) 1944-45 (5-12) Captain: Albert E. Lukken Camp Livingston L 46-53 Camp Livingston W 39-32 DeRidder AAB W 63-40 LC Army AB L 54-67 Millsaps Col. L 37-42 Barksdale AFB L 48-56 Barksdale AFB L 47-51 LSU L 38-43 Northwestern State W 51-49 Northwestern State L 48-49 Keesler Field L 45-46 Millsaps College L 27-45 UL-Lafayette L 42-48 LSU L 56-83 Northwestern State W 51-50 Northwestern State W 45-44 UL-Lafayette L 38-42 1946 Louisiana Intercollegiate Champions Coach Cecil Crowley 1945-46 (16-8, 9-1 LIC) Selman AAF L 33-35 A Barksdale AFB W 43-37 H Barksdale AFB L 34-36 A Selman AAF W 62-42 H Mississippi College W 37-27 A Southern Miss W 36-24 A Keesler AAF L 44-60 A Mississippi College L 38-39 H Keesler AAF W 51-41 H LSU L 43-58 A Northwestern State L 19-54 A UL-Lafayette W 44-34 A Centenary W 54-17 H Southeastern La. W 47-27 A Louisiana College W 50-33 A UL-Lafayette W 54-33 H SLU W 47-27 H Louisiana College W 45-37 H Centenary W 47-43 A Northwestern State W 57-56 H Northwestern State W 38-36 A Northwestern State L 39-41 H Northwestern State W 42-35 H E. Washington St. L 44-66 A

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Tampa UL-Lafayette Mississippi College Millsaps College Miss. St. Teachers Centenary Howard College of Teachers Centenary UL-Lafayette Northwestern State Wofford College Western Kentucky

1947 Louisiana Intercollegiate Tri-Champions 1946-47 (12-6, 6-2 LIC) Barksdale AFB W 64-37 H S. F. Austin L, 34-51 A Sam Houston State L 42-59 A Delta State L 37-51 H Peru (Neb.) State W 69-38 H Barksdale AFB W 93-56 A Sam Houston State W 63-53 H S. F. Austin W 61-46 H Louisiana College W 41-40 A UL-Lafayette W 68-56 H Delta State L 45-71 A Northwestern State L 53-56 H Southeastern La. W 66-29 H Northwestern State W 48-37 A Louisiana College W 57-37 H Southeastern La. W 51-27 A UL-Lafayette L 38-39 A Southern Miss W 77-47 H

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1948 Louisiana Intercollegiate Co-Champions 1947-48 (14-10, 7-1 LIC) R.C. Cola of S’Port W 77-35 Mississippi College W 56-46 Loyola of South W 48-44 Mississippi College W 55-49 Eastern Illinois L 57-58 Illinois State L 38-72 Illinois Wesleyan L 44-57 Bradley L 59-75 Centenary W 43-34 Southeastern La. W 61-35 Louisiana College W 66-36 Mississippi State W 53-43 Delta State L 41-59 Northwestern State L 41-48 Loyola South L 43-58 Southeastern La. W 59-49 Centenary L 36-56 Louisiana College W 67-37 Delta State L 48-54 UL-Lafayette W 45-43 Northwestern State W 50-49 UL-Lafayette W 55-49 UL-Lafayette W 36-34 Northwestern State L 33-57 Gulf State Conference Memberships Begin 1948-49 (11-11, 8-8 GSC) Starters: G.T. (Red) Latham 12.7 ppg; Tom Herrin 9.05; R.C. Looney 6.19;Jerry Lovett 5.37 Top Subs: Harold Carroll 4.75; Robert Bertrand 5.50 Barksdale AFB W 88-30 H Red River Arsenal W 116-28 H Western Illinois L 37-57 H Jacksonville NAS L 62-63 A Springhill College L 30-32 A Southeastern La. L 44-49 A Centenary L 30-32 A Louisiana College W 65-23 H UL-Lafayette W 49-48 A Barksdale AFB W 58-44 A Loyola South L 44-49 A Southern Miss L 34-36 A Northwestern State W 45-40 H Jacksonville NAS L 53-55 H UL-Lafayette W 62-41 H Southeastern La. W, 60-49 H Springhill College W 37-35 H Loyola South W 53-39 H Louisiana College L 49-53 A Northwestern State L 46-57 A Southern Miss W 56-46 H Centenary L 39-41 H 1949-50 (11-9, 8-8 GSC) Starters: G.T. (Red) Latham 16.65 ppg; Jerry Lovett 11.05; Robert Bertrand 7.35; Sam Ledbetter 5.86; Scotty Robertson 3.20 Top Subs: Joe Mott 3.15; Jody Barnett 2.39 Ouachita College W 54-52 H Ouachita College L 43-51 A Mississippi College W 65-42 H Mississippi College W 67-39 A Louisiana College W 53-52 A Springhill College W 57-47 H Centenary L 41-62 A Loyola South L 39-47 H Southeastern La. L 52-57 A UL-Lafayette W 69-67 H Southern Miss. L 51-59 A Springhill College L 33-56 A Southeastern La. L 52-57 H Northwestern State L 41-43 A UL-Lafayette L 51-59 A Loyola South W 53-48 A Louisiana College W 74-57 H

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Southern Miss. W 64-58 H Northwestern State W 60-55 H Centenary W 60-51 H 1950-51 (11-10, 6-10 GSC) Starters: Jerry Lovett 16.1; Robert Bertrand 13.3; Crawford Vines 9.4; Sam Ledbetter 6.9; Joe Mott 4.5 Top Subs : Fred Durham 4.8; Scotty Robertson 4.9 Mississippi College W 76-53 H SE Okla. State W 40-30 H Mississippi College W 67-49 A Henderson State W 80-56 H Louisiana College W 71-51 Henderson State W 91-88 Loyola South L 56-57 Southeastern La. W 56-49 Northwestern State L 57-76 Centenary L 64-67 Southern Miss. L 54-56 Springhill College L 41-46 Southeastern La. L 64-84 Springhill College W 54-45 Northwestern State L 66-68 Southern Miss. L 53-55 Loyola of South W 58-56 Louisiana College W 79-58 UL-Lafayette W 63-61 Centenary L 66-83 UL-Lafayette L 55-74 1951-52 (13-11, 6-10 GSC) Starters: Jerry Lovett 17.5 ppg; L.V. Norris 9.0; Crawford Vines 8.6; Joe Mott 7.7; Bill Bailey 5.1 Top Sub: Paul Kendrick 5.3 Southern State W 62-44 H Ouachita College W 79-69 A Southern State W 65-54 A Henderson State W 52-46 A Arkansas State W 59-56OT A Ouachita College W 78-41 H UL-Lafayette W 71-49 H Louisiana Collegef W 2-0 A Loyola South L 59-56 H Loyola South L 54-64 A Southeastern La. L 68-70 H Springhill College W 58-47 H Centenary W 60-50 H Southern Miss L 68-84 A Southeastern La. W 79-57 H Northwestern State L 47-49 A UL-Lafayette W 62-54 A Southern Miss. L 66-74 A Springhill College L 57-62 A Louisiana College W 85-60 H Centenary L 48-61 A Northwestern State L 74-78 A Northwestern State1 L 54-81 N 2 Centenary L 57-60 N f Forfiet 1 Gulf State Conf. Tourney, Natchitoches, La. 2 NAIA Tourney, La. District, Natchitoches, La. 1953 Gulf State Champions 1952-53 (17-10, 9-3 GSC) Starters: L.V. Norris 14.1 ppg.; Chester Coker 13.6; Billy Wiggins 11.1; Crawford Vines 10.2; Bill Bailey 9.6 Top Subs: L.J. Fontenot 3.9; Roy Vallery 3.6 Memphis L 63-70 A Henderson State W 107-49 H Arkansas State W 66-58 H E. New Mexico W 76-62 H North Texas L 50-59 H UTEP W 68-56 H North Texas L 58-77 A UL-Lafayette W 57-55 A McNeese State W 48-45 A Louisiana College W 86-54 H Southern Miss. W 70-61 H

Louisiana College W 79-68 A Southern Miss. L 67-76 A Springhill College L 64-72 A Centenary L 64-72 A McNeese State W 58-57OT H Memphis W 93-83 H Northwestern State W 70-62 H UL-Lafayette W 76-65 H Springhill College W 75-53 H Southeastern La. L 67-77 A Centenary L 58-61 A Northwestern State L 78-80 A Southeastern La. W 74-66 H McNeese State1 W 53-501 H Centenary1 W 83-661 H Hamline2 L 80-892 N 1 La. NAIA Playoff, Dist. 18 2 NAIA Tournament, Kansas City, Mo. 1953-54 (11-14, 3-9 GSC) Starters: L.V. Norris 17.0 ppg; Chester Coker 15.8; Billy Wiggins 12.8; Billy Bailey 7.5; Crawford Vines 7.4 Top Subs: L.J. Fontenot 3.9; Roy Vallery 3.6 Arkansas Tech W 92-83 H Southern State W 88-70 A OT North Texas L 75-80 A Southern State W 82-61 H Culver-Stockton W 73-46 H Arkansas Tech L 77-102 A North Texas W 83-66 H UL-Lafayette W 63-56 H UL-Monroe L 61-65 A Northwestern State L 81-73OT H Southeastern La. L 62-74 A Northwestern State L 81-73OT A Springhill College W 74-69 A Southern Miss. L 68-82 A Centenary W 54-41 H McNeese State W 47-39 H Louisiana College L 66-72 A UL-Monroe L 82-84OT H Southern Miss. L 73-79 H Louisiana College W 87-61 H Springhill College W 71-60 H Centenary L 74-76 A Southeastern La. L 68-79 H UL-Lafayette L 81-84 A McNeese State L 54-64 A 1955 Gulf State Co-Champions 1954-55 (20-10, 9-3 GSC) Starters: L.V. Norris 20.3 ppg; Chester Coker 17.6; Billy Wiggins 14.4; Jap Gullatt 9.0; Bill Bailey 8.4 Top Subs: L.J. Fontenot 4.0; Hank Halverson 2.7 East Texas State L 59-72 A SE Okla. State L 51-54 H Arkansas Tech W 88-85 A East Texas State L 63-68 H Texas Wesleyan W 101-86 H UTEP W 76-69 H Hamline1 W 69-68OT H Centenary1 W 73-58 A Arkansas Tech W 98-87 H UL-Lafayette W 79-78OT A McNeese State W 48-46 A Louisiana College W 107-68 H Northwestern State W 81-80 H Southeastern La. L 70-87 A UL-Monroe W 72-59 A Louisiana College W 86-60 A Centenary L 97-99OT A Southern Miss. L 72-82 A Southeastern La. W 73-63 H Centenary W 85-55 H McNeese State L 55-60 H Southern Miss. W 77-64 H UL-Monroe L 92-95 A Northwestern State W 93-72 A


1955-56 (11-14, 7-5 GSC) Starters: Billy Wiggins 19.7 ppg; Ray Germany 9.8; Jim Knotts 10.8; Joe White 6.7; Jap Gullatt 7.0 Top Subs: Ben Alexander 3.9; L.J. Fontnot 5.5 Arkansas Tech W 86-68 H St. Louis L 81-98 A East Texas State W 67-64 H Southeastern La. W 90-79 H E. New Mexico W 91-58 H Texas Wesleyan W 75-69 H Washington State1 L 56-60 N North Texas1 L 62-69 N Arkansas Tech L 71-79 A UL-Lafayette W 75-49 H East Texas State L 55-73 A Centenary L 61-63 H UL-Monroe L 76-81 A McNeese State L 58-70 H Louisiana College W 79-72 A Southern Miss. L 53-72 A Southern Miss. L 51-62 H Northwestern State L 77-87 A Centenary L 68-80 A Louisiana College W 88-62 H McNeese State L 58-63 A Northwestern State W 76-58 H UL-Lafayette W 81-62 A Southeastern La. L 60-62 A UL-Monroe W 72-66 H 1 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La. 1956-57 (14-11, 6-4 GSC) Starters: Ray Germany 16.6; Jim Knotts 13.4; Charles Frye 11.7; Jap Gullat 12.7; Gary Richardson 8.4 Top Subs: Ronald Woodard 2.5; J.W. Mercer 3.5 East Texas State W 69-53 H Arkansas Tech W 79-67 A Abilene Christian W 103-75 H SW Texas State W 72-69 H East Texas State L 62-66 A Arkansas State W 85-73 H Loyola of South1 L 59-66 N Hardin-Simmons1 W 80-56 N Furman1 L 72-80 N Southern Miss. W 65-51 H Louisiana College L 72-77 A UL-Monroe W 93-83 H Northwestern State W 56-43 H McNeese State L 51-61 A UL-Lafayette W 105-65 H Southern Miss. L 47-48 A Southeastern La. L 67-69 A Southeastern La. W 85-60 H Louisiana College W 79-61 H Northwestern State L 43-56 A McNeese State L 41-49 H Centenary L 75-92 H UL-Lafayette W 84-68 A Centenary L 64-66 A UL-Monroe W 84-81 A 1 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La. 1957-58 (15-10, 4-6 GSC) Starters: Jackie Moreland 24.1; Charles Frye13.0; J.W. Mercer 6.5; James Tullose 6.7; Gary Richardson 5.3 Top Subs: Rob Woodward 4.6 SE Oklahoma W 58-51 H East Texas State W 55-42 H Arkansas Tech W 77-63 H

E. New Mexico W 82-60 H Davidson College1 W 66-41 A 1 Tennessee W 68-61 N Alabama1 L 42-63 N Hardin-Simmons2 W 48-44 N Southern Miss.2 W 68-60 N Northwestern State2 W 41-40 N Southern Miss. L 59-68 H Centenary W 80-65 H Ky. Wesleyan W 85-63 H Southeastern La. L 50-59 A McNeese St. L 57-66 H Northwestern State. L 60-66 A Southern Miss. L 50-51OT A UL-Lafayette L 72-75 A McNeese St.2 L 55-58OT A UL-Lafayette W 63-53 H UL-Monroe W 92-70 A Centenary L 61-65 A Southeastern La. W 68-49 H UL-Monroe W 79-64 H Northwestern State L 66-72OT H 1 Caronsel Tourn., Charlotte, NC 2 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La. 1959 Gulf State Champions 1958-59 (21-4, 9-1 GSC) Starters: Jackie Moreland 21.1; Ray Germany 13.7; Charles Frye 9.3; Jim Tullos 9.1; Joe Daigle 5.7 Top Subs: Ron Woodward 6.8; Ron Futrell 4.8 SE Oklahoma W 77-59 H Texas Wesleyan W 95-47 H SW Texas State W 76-45 H SW Texas State W 66-57 H East Texas State W 58-34 H Tennessee Tech L 72-91 A Ky. Wesleyan W 90-76 A William & Mary1 W 63-49 N Northwestern State1 W 79-74 N Virginia Tech1 W 71-66 N Arkansas Tech W 83-45 H UL-Lafayette W 83-70 H Southeastern La. W 66-57 A McNeese State W 74-60 H Centenary L 69-72 A Northwestern State W 88-59 H Southern Miss. L 54-72 A McNeese St. W 62-41 A UL-Monroe W 34-27 H UL-Lafayette L 62-70 A Southeastern La. W 76-63 H Centenary W 67-56 H Northwestern State W 89-65 A Southern Miss. W 64-61 H UL-Monroe W 64-59 A 1 Gulf South Classic; Shreveport, La. 1959-60 (17-9, 6-4 GSC) Starters: Ray Germany 12.1; Jackie Moreland 18.1; Joe Daigle 10.0; Ron Woodland 6.9; Ron Futrell 8.5 Top Sub: Jim Tullos 8.9 East Texas State W 66-40 H SW Texas State W 56-42 H Mississippi State W 71-62 A Middle Tennessee W 81-63 H SE Okla. State W 62-52 H Arkansas Tech W 93-74 A Washington1 W 67-57 N E. Kentucky State1 L 65-74 N George Washington1 L 63-66 N McNeese State L 52-62 A UL-Monroe W 93-55 H Southeastern La. W 65-58 A UL-Lafayette L 54-57 H Southern Miss. L 70-74OT H Murray State L 47-54 A Centenary W 67-53 A Southern Miss. L 67-79 A

Springhill College W 63-55 A McNeese State W 46-45 H Northwestern State L 71-90 A UL-Monroe W 72-60 A UL-Lafayette L 73-87 A Centenary W 64-56OT A Springhill College W 59-51 H Northwestern State W 50-47 H Southeastern La. W 92-70 H 1 Gulf South Classic; Shreveport, La. 1960-61 (7-16, 3-7 GSC) Starters: Joe Diagle 12.9; Ron Futrell 12.4; Max Lewis 7.6; Joe Abendroth 8.6; Jackie Fair 5.2 Top Sub: Ron McNabb SE Okla. State L 61-77 H East Texas State W 52-48 H Mississippi State W 61-60 H SW Texas State L 70-76OT H OT Southern Miss. L 61-66 H South Carolina L 66-72 N Georgetown1 L 52-63 N UTEP W 81-76 N Arkansas Tech L 62-72 H UL-Lafayette W 55-50 H Northwestern State L 41-42 A Southeastern La. W 54-53 H UL-Lafayette L 57-68 A McNeese State L 37-61 A UL-Monroe L 53-59 H Southern Miss. L 48-50 A Centenary L 45-58 H Southeastern La. L 58-70 A Northwestern State W 66-57 H McNeese State L 41-46 H Georgia Southern W 56-54 H Centenary L 58-65 A UL-Monroe L 57-61 A 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La.

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UL-Lafayette W 105-65 H Northwestern State2 L 91-93 A Northwestern State2 W 83-80 H 2 Northwestern State W 95-92 H Coe College3 W 94-65 N Steubenville3 L 65-90 N 1 La. Invitational, Shreveport, La. 2 NAIA Playoff, District 18 3 NAIA National Tournament, Kansas City, Mo.

1961-62 (6-17, 3-7 GSC) Starters: Jerry Hood 8.9; Jim Graves 5.0; Ron McNabb 9.1; Joe Abendroth 14.8; Jackie Fair 11.7 Top Sub: Max Lewis 6.7 Mississippi State L 58-81 A Mississippi L 78-96 A SE Oklahoma State L 65-74 H Mississippi L 64-68 H Southern Miss.1 L 72-81 N Murray State1 L 61-69 N Northwestern State1 L 63-65 N McNeese State L 54-60OT A Northwestern State W 72-70 H Centenary L 61-65 A UL-Monroe L 75-76OT A McNeese State W 53-45 H Arkansas Tech L 86-93 H Southern Miss. L 77-84 H Arkansas Tech W 78-69 H Southern Miss. W 70-57 H Northwestern State L 75-79 A Centenary W 69-64 H UL-Monroe L 59-65 H UL-Lafayette 69-83 A Southeastern La. W 78-69 H Southeastern La. L 75-78 A UL-Lafayette L 69-74 H 1 Gulf South Classic; Shreveport, La. 1962-63 (10-13, 4-6 GSC) Starters: Ray Penny 10.8; Joe Abendroth 17.9; Jerry Hood 14.2; Butch Miller 8.3; Ron McNabb 8.2 Top Subs: Dave Hurska 7.4; Max Howard 2.4 Mississippi State L 61-80 H Mississippi W 81-73 H Arkansas Tech W 78-74 H SE Oklahoma State L 60-61 H Mississippi W 68-64 A West Texas State1 W 81-77 N Centenary1 L 61-79 A

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Southern Miss.1 W 83-77 N UL-Lafayette L 49-68 A Centenary W 75-65OT H UL-Monroe L 73-76 A Southeastern La. W 84-76 H McNeese State L 53-58 A Northwestern State L 80-82OT A Arkansas Tech L 67-92 A Southern Miss. L 63-65 H Centenary L 77-79 A UL-Monroe W 81-74 H Southern Miss. L 90-96OT A Southeastern State L 54-75 A McNeese State L 49-54 H UL-Lafayette W 75-66 H Northwestern State W 89-73 H 1 Gulf South Classic; Shreveport, La. 1964 Gulf State Co-Champions 1963-64 (12-10 7-3 GSC) Starters: Jerry Hood 17.5; Joe Abendroth 17.5; Ray Penny 9.2; Ron McNabb 8.1; Butch Miller 8.2 Top Subs: David Hruska 6.3; Joe Barron 5.9 Mississippi State L 61-105 A East Texas State W 81-66 H SE Oklahoma State W 77-71 H Arkansas Tech W 99-71 A Mississippi L 79-92OT A UL-Monroe L 73-77 H Northwestern State W 80-88OT H McNeese State W 71-61 H Southeastern La. W 74-70 A Northwestern State W 79-73 H McNeese State W 54-52 A UL-Monroe L 63-73 A Centenary L 52-58 H Southern Miss. L 82-95 A Southern Miss. W 94-90 H Northwestern State L 75-79 A Arkansas Tech W 91-87 H UL-Lafayette W 69-68 H Centenary L 71-84 A UL-Lafayette L 75-84 A UL-Monroe W 72-66 H Southeastern La. W 75-67 A Coach Scotty Robertson 1964-74 (161-86) 1964-65 (10-11, 6-4 GSC) Starters: Jerry Hood 23.4 ppg; Leon Barmore 12.5; Jim Pruett 11.8; Malcolm Smith 8.8; Ray Penny 8.7 Top Subs: Jon Stephenson 3.2; Dan McCormick 4.7 Louisiana College W 81-71 H East Texas State L 78-89 A UALR L 90-102 A Mississippi State L 78-82 H Mississippi W 75-72 H UALR W 104-72 H McNeese State L 52-65 A UL-Monroe L 71-79 H Southeastern La. L 82-99 A Southern Miss. W 88-83 A UL-Lafayette W 77-73 H Louisiana College L 67-79 A Northwestern State W 83-68 A McNeese State W 53-51 H UL-Monroe L 92-97OT A Centenary L 83-90 H Southeastern La. W 89-82 H UL-Lafayette W 88-81 A Southern Miss. L 88-92 H Northwestern State W 88-85 H Centenary L 73-98 A

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1965-66 (14-11, 7-5 GSC) Starters: Leon Barmore 18.3 ppg; George Stone 14.7; John Stephenson 10.9; Richard Peek 17.4; Malcolm Smith 6.4 Top Subs: Tommy Gregory 4.5 UALR W 95-77 H Harding College W 89-83 H UALR W 85-64 A Louisiana College L 70-72 H Mississippi State L 70-82 A Mississippi L 76-84 A Tennessee1 L 55-71 N 1 Virginia Military W 73-70 N Nicholls State W 99-70 A Northwestern State L 68-73 H McNeese State L 55-70 A UL-Monroe W 91-892OT H Southern Miss. L 74-98 A Centenary L 91-104 H Southeastern La. L 70-72 H Louisiana College W 90-85 A UL-Lafayette W 86-76 H Nicholls State W 90-81 H Northwestern State L 68-87 A McNeese State W 39-35 H UL-Monroe W 87-81 A Southeastern La. W 99-85 H Centenary W 112-108OT A UL-Lafayette L 78-99 A Southern Miss. W 102-85 H 1 Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, La. 1967 Gulf States Co-Champions 1966-67 (20-8, 11-1 GSC) Starters: Leon Barmore 15.6 ppg, 3.3 rpg; Charlie Bishop 14.6, 11.3; Richard Peek 14.1,10.9; Jim Pruett 11.4, 2.8; Jon Stephenson 11.1, 6.6 Top Subs: Malcolm Smith 4.8, 2.7; Tommy Gregory 4.8, 4.4 Texas A&M W 53-50 A Henderson State W 89-66 H Alabama L 73-84 A Auburn L 77-84 A Mississippi State L 73-90 H Mississippi L 67-84 H Nicholls State1 W 97-92 A Morehead State1 L 65-83 N Centenary W 99-76 A UL-Lafayette W 72-66 A Northwestern State W 66-64 H McNeese State L 44-55 A Centenary W 101-92 A Southeastern La. W 88-65 H Louisiana College W 92-86 H Southern Miss. W 95-87 H Nicholls State W 98-79 H UL-Lafayette W 80-78 H Northwestern State W 75-63 A McNeese State W 84-66 A Southeastern La. W 96-89 A UL-Monroe W 75-71 A Southern Miss. L 81-89OT A Louisiana College W 77-75 A Centenary W 112-93 H UL-Monroe W 77-73 H 2 North Dakota W 86-77 N 2 Illinois State L 66-89 N 1 Holiday Classic, Shreveport, La. 2 NCAA Small College Tournament, Bloomington, Ill. 1967-68 (16-9, 6-6 GSC) Starters: Malcolm Smith 16.6 ppg, 9.0 rpg; Charlie Bishop 16.4, 13.4; Jim Pruett 11.6, 1.7; George Corley 11.3, 3.5; Wayne Smith 7.3, 1.8. Top Subs: Bud Dean 5.7, 4.6; Tom Gregory 5.5, 3.8 Texas A&M L 77-84 H UALR W 75-60 A Centenary W 89-73 H UALR W 84-70 H

Belmont College W 87-57 A Louisiana College W 74-64 A 1 Sam Houston W 99-80 N Cent. Okla. State1 W 69-65 N UTPA1 L 70-89 A UL-Lafayette L 57-70 H Nicholls State W 68-67 A Northwestern State W 97-87 H Southeastern La. W 78-71 A UL-Monroe L 73-84 A McNeese State L 57-67 H Southern Miss. L 82-89 H Southern Miss. W 93-86 A UL-Lafayette L 70-88 A Nicholls State W 83-73 H Northwestern State L 89-97 A Southeastern La. W 96-68 H McNeese State L 77-83OT A UL-Monroe W 102-92 H Centenary W 91-84 H Louisiana College W 85-71 H 1 Pan American Holiday Classic, Edinburg, Texas 1968-69 (12-13, 7-5 GSC) Starters: George Corley 18.4 ppg, 4.4 rpg; Charlie Bishop 13.9, 12.2; Bud Dean 11.8, 6.4; George Thornton 6.2, 5.9; Mike Durham 11.0, 3.4 Top Subs: John Whitmore 5.7, 2.5; Tommy Eagles 4.6, 2.7 Belmont College W 84-62 H Mississippi State L 73-84 A UALR W 101-80 A Texas A&M L 83-102 A McNeese State L 79-87 A Auburn L 84-97 H S.F. Austin1 L 90-93 N 1 SE Oklahoma W 88-78 N Southern Miss. W 101-83 H Northwestern State L 76-86 H UL-Monroe L 74-84 A Southeastern La. W 104-81 H Nicholls State W 72-70OT A Southern Miss. L 85-95 A UL-Lafayette L 60-73 A Centenary W 70-68OT H UL-Lafayette L 53-70 H McNeese State W 86-70 H Louisiana College L 92-93OT A Northwestern State W 86-84 A UL-Monroe W 80-68 H Southeastern La. W 79-67 A Nicholls State W 90-86OT H Louisiana College L 80-83 H Centenary L 79-87 A 1 McNeese Tournament, Lake Charles, La. 1970 Gulf States Co-Champions 1969-70 (17-5, 9-3 GSC) Starters: George Corley 20.2 ppg, 4.8 rpg; Mike Green 17.5, 13.1; Charlie Bishop 12.5, 8.7; Mike Durham 10.3, 4.5 Bud Dean 10.1, 4.9 Top Subs: George Thornton 7.6, 4.0; Tommy Eagles 5.3, 2.8 Georgia Southern W 80-77 A Mississippi State W 78-71 H UALR W 120-78 H Centenary W 66-60 A Northwestern State W 75-74 A Southern Miss. L 81-84 A UL-Monroe3 L 106-107OT H Southeastern La. W 88-67 A Nicholls State W 114-90 H UL-Lafayette L 79-86 A McNeese State L 66-77 A Louisiana College W 79-71OT H Texas A&M W 100-84 H Centenary W 84-76 H McNeese State W 77-72 A Southern Miss. W 95-87 H Northwestern State W 70-66 H


UL-Monroe Southeastern La. Nicholls State UL-Lafayette Louisiana College

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1970-71 (23-5, 10-0 GSC) Starters: Mike Green 18.8 ppg, 16.6 rpg; Jim Jenkins 15.7, 5.8; Andy Knowles 15.4, 3.4; George Corley 13.3, 3.7; Bob Bradshaw 10.9, 5.9 Top Subs: Steve Robertson 5.8, 3.6; Willie Odom 4.3, 1.5 Auburn L 87-93 A Corpus Christi W 103-77 H Oral Roberts W 96-95 H Northwestern State W 88-62 H UL-Monroe W 81-76 A William Carey W 77-76 A Ouachita Baptist1 W 108-66 N Saint Leo-Fla.1 W 106-63 N Southeastern W 89-58 H Nicholls State W 78-76 A UL-Lafayette W 104-93 H McNeese State W 75-70 A Louisiana College W 77-67 H San Diego State L 78-88 A California L 63-66 A California State W 103-94 A Houston Baptist W 94-76 H Louisiana College W 73-64 A Northwestern State W 68-59 A UL-Monroe W 89-79 H Southeastern La. W 94-72 A Nicholls State W 109-76 H UL-Lafayette L 92-97 A McNeese State W 93-80 H Houston Baptist W 75-66 A Corpus Christi W 84-82 A Tennesse State 2 L 90-91OT N 2 New Orleans W 107-88 N 1 McNeese Tournament, Lake Charles 2 NCAA Regional Playoff, Lafayette, La. Southland Conference Membership Begins 1971-72 (23-3, 6-2 SLC) Starters: Mike Green 24.0 ppg, 15.9 rpg; Andy Knowles 17.7, 3.7; Jim Jenkins 16.8, 4.0; George Thornton 12.0, 7.2; Steve Robertson 7.5, 5.6 Top Subs: Mike Bossard 5.7, 5.6; Willie Odom 5.3, 2.6 Louisiana College W 75-62 H Trinity W 106-74 A Arkansas Tech W 113-84 H UL-Monroe W 106-80 H William Carey W 120-63 H Auburn W 107-82 H Southern Illinois W 110-66 H Houston Baptist1 W 110-90 N McNeese State1 W 108-82 A Southern Miss. W 123-82 A McNeese State W 114-90 H Lamar W 90-67 A Southeastern La. W 101-79 A Cameron College W 118-78 H UL-Lafayette L 86-107 A Southern Miss. W 91-63 H Oral Roberts L 104-109 A Northwestern State W 76-68 A UL-Monroe W 101-71 A Southeastern La. W 113-95 H Arkansas State W 107-89 A UL-Lafayette L 101-111 H McNeese State W 85-81 A Louisiana College W 101-66 A Northwestern State W 81-75 H New Orleans W 80-73 A 1 McNeese Tournament, Lake Charles

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1976 Southland Conference Champions

Major College Status 1973-74 (8-13, 13-10 SLC) Starters: Barney Banks 15.1 ppg, 3.9 rpg; Mike McConathy 12.4, 2.0; Lanky Wells 9.5, 5.4; Bobby Wyatt 9.3, 2.4; Dennis Seidenschwartz 8.2, 5.6 Top Subs: Mike Martin 5.7, 4.7; James Collins 5.2, 3.2 Stephen F. Austin W 97-77 Nov. 30 A Centenary L 90-102 Dec. 1 A OT Mercer W 90-87 Dec. 5 H Southern Illinois L 82-109 Dec. 13 A Morehead State L 96-92OT Dec. 19 H Mississippi2 L 76-105 Dec. 28 N East Tennessee2 L 70-82 Dec. 29 N UL-Monroe L 66-91 Jan. 3 H Morehead State L 70-96 Jan. 7 A Houston Baptist W 80-77 Jan. 14 A Southern Miss. L 78-88 Jan. 17 A UL-Monroe L 77-98 Jan. 21 A Arkansas State L 62-71 Jan. 24 H Lamar W 87-82 Jan. 28 A Houston Baptist L 73-81OT Jan. 30 A McNeese State L 64-100 Feb. 5 A UT-Arlington W 82-73 Feb. 8 H Lamar W 91-81 Feb. 11 H Arkansas State L 81-90 Feb. 14 A McNeese State W 93-88 Feb. 21 H UT-Arlington W 91-82 Feb. 25 A 1 Shreveport Classic in Mexico 2 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La. Coach Emmett Hendricks 1974-77 (40-37) 1974-75 (12-13,5-3 SLC) Starters: Lawrence Wells 18.4 ppg, 7.1 rpg; Mike McConathy 16.8, 2.7; Elliot Lawrence 11.5, 12.1; Dennis Seidenschwartz 6.8, 4.9; Lee Humble 4.3, 1.2 Top Subs: Larry Ames 3.1, 3.4; Walter May 4.7, 1.3 Indiana State L 72-77 Dec. 2 Eastern Kentucky L 70-74 Dec. 4 Eastern Kentucky W 83-77 Dec. 11 Illinois State L 81-109 Dec. 14 Morehead State L 89-93OT Dec. 16 Baylor L 60-70 Dec. 19 Tulane1 L 40-88 Dec. 27 Rice1 W 86-82OT Dec. 28 Texas2 L 68-81 Jan. 6

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1975-76 (15-11, 9-1 SLC) Starters: Mike McConathy 24.7ppg, 2.7 rpg; Lanky Wells 18.6, 7.4; Dennis Seidenschwartz 8.5, 4.2; Elliot Lawrence 7.3, 8.2; Top Subs: Jim Wooldridge 4.5, 3.3; John Failing 2.7, 2.8 Kansas State L 49-86 Dec. 1 A New Orleans L 66-72 Dec. 3 A Mercer L 72-73 Dec. 6 A Houston Baptist W 93-57 Dec. 18 H Morehead State L 87-89OT Dec. 13 H Mercer W 95-90 Dec. 16 H Baylor W 76-66 Dec. 18 H Houston L 75-96 Dec. 20 A Houston Baptist L 58-65 .Dec. 22 A Lamar1 W 74-69 .Dec. 29 N UL-Monroe W 76-73 Dec. 30 A UL-Monroe W 73-72 Jan. 5 H Centenary L 78-101 Jan. 10 A New Orleans L 76-77 Jan. 12 H UL-Lafayette W 78-68 .Jan. 14 A UL-Monroe L 66-90 Jan. 19 A OT Arkansas State W 89-84 .Jan. 26 H McNeese State W 79-74 Jan. 29 A UT-Arlington W 118-90 Feb. 2 H Lamar L 66-92 Feb. 5 A Arkansas State W 95-67 Feb. 9 H Illinois State L 72-76 Feb. 14 H McNeese State W 81-75 Feb. 16 H UT-Arlington W 102-79 Feb. 19 A Lamar W 103-100 Feb. 23 H UL-Lafayette W 89-79 Feb. 26 H 1 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La.

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1971 Gulf States Champions

Virginia Military2 W 85-73 UL-Monroe W 97-92OT Mercer L 66-91 Southern Illinois L 58-94 UL-Monroe L 78-95 Lamar L 71-98 Indiana State W 67-63 McNeese State W 92-80 Arkansas State W 79-74OT UT-Arlington L 70-80 Houston Baptist W 81-68 Lamar W 115-84 Houston Baptist W 73-68 McNeese State L 74-91 Arkansas State W 71-69 UT-Arlington W 83-82 1 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La. 2 Senior Bowl, Mobile, Ala.

1972-73 (18-8, 8-4 SLC) Starters: Mike Green 30.9 ppg; Barney Banks 11.6; Willie Odom 9.0; Mike Brossard 8.9; Steve Robertson 8.3 Top Subs: Bobby Wyatt 6.9; Gary Miller 3.7 Missouri L 61-81 A SMU1 W 92-87 N Centenary1 W 88-76 A Northwestern State W 81-63 H Southern Illinois W 89-67 A Northwestern State W 85-74 A Georgia Southern W 85-80 H Southern Miss. W 87-66 H St Peter’s2 W 90-62 N Mercer2 L 68-70 A UL-Monroe W 65-52 H Arkansas State W 80-62 H McNeese State L 60-62OT A UL-Lafayette L 64-74 H Lamar W 107-100 H UT-Arlington W 81-71 A Oklahoma L 63-65 A New Orleans W 91-73 H Arkansas State W 88-78 A UL-Monoe L 73-74 A McNeese State W 87-72 H UL-Lafayette L 93-94 A Lamar L 73-76 A Abilene Christian W 103-82 H UT-Arlington W 105-87 H Abilene Christian W 108-72 A 1 Centenary Invit., Shreveport, La. 2 Mercer Invitational, Macon, Ga.

1976-77 (13-13, 4-6 SLC) Starters: Mike McConathy 27.5 ppg, 2.2 rpg; Lanky Wells 18.0, 7.3; Victor King 11.6, 5.7; Elliot Lawrence 7.0, 10.7; Randy Alexander 14.4, 3.4 Top Subs: Jim Wooldridge 2.3, 1.9; John Failing 3.8, 3.7 Houston Baptist W 74-64 Dec. 2 A Mercer W 81-75 Dec. 4 A UL-Monroe L 65-74 Dec. 7 H Northwestern State L 82-88 Dec. 11 A UL-Lafayette W 94-92 Dec. 14 A Houston Baptist W 96-77 Dec. 16 H East Tennessee W 78-72 Dec. 29 N UL-Monroe W 72-70 Dec. 30 A Centenary L 84-85 Jan. 4 H UL-Lafayette L 72-81 Jan. 6 H New Orleans L 67-88 Jan. 10 A Southern Miss. L 77-86 Jan. 12 A Mercer W 84-64 Jan. 17 H New Orleans L 72-75 Jan. 20 H UL-Monroe L 82-89 Jan. 24 A 2OT Arkansas State L 80-82 Jan. 27 A Lamar L 103-1072OT Jan. 31 H UT-Arlington W 106-82 Feb. 3 H Georgia State W 81-69 Feb. 7 H Southern Miss. W 81-70 Feb. 9 H McNeese State L 66-68 Feb. 12 A

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Lamar L 83-85 Arkansas State W 81-72 UT-Arlington L 90-92OT McNeese State W 87-79 Northwestern State W 115-99 1 Pacemaker Classic, Monroe, La.

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Coach Andy Russo 1979-85 (122-55) 1979-80 (17-10, 10-5 SLC) Starters: Joe Ivory 17.3 ppg; Dave Simmons 14.6; Aroid Neal 9.0; Emmerson Wafer 4.2; Johnny Ferrell 4.0 Top Subs: Andre Ewing 9.2; Clinton Sampson 4.0 Texas Southern W 88-69 Dec. 1 Oklahoma L 69-84 Dec. 6 E. Texas Baptist W 80-74 Dec. 8 Northwestern State W 51-41 Dec. 10 UL-Monroe W 67-54 Dec. 13 Centenary W 70-64 Dec. 15 Belhaven W 71-55 Dec. 17 Oklahoma City1 W 79-72 Dec. 26 North Texas1 W 82-74 Dec. 28 1 Oklahoma L 70-80 Dec. 29 Northwestern State W 68-55 Jan. 3 Western Kentucky L 59-63 Jan. 5 Southern Miss. W 67-62 Jan. 9 UL-Monroe L 65-78 Jan. 12 Centenary W 59-58 Jan. 14 US International W 79-65 Jan. 18 Arkansas State L 54-61 Jan. 21 Lamar L 60-74 Jan. 26 UL-Lafayette W 74-70 Jan. 28 North Texas W 77-65 Jan. 30 McNeese State W 62-60 Feb. 2 UT-Arlington W 80-77 Feb. 4 Lamar L 75-85 Feb. 9 Arkansas State L 37-48 Feb. 11 UL-Lafayette L 77-88 Feb. 16 McNeese State L 63-67 Feb. 18 UT-Arlington W 91-82 Feb. 23 1 All-College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla.

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1980-81 (20-10, 7-3 SLC) Starters: Dave Simmons 16.6 ppg; Aroid Neal 11.0; Johnny Ferrell 10.1; Emmerson Wafer 9.7; Ken Roberson 8.3 Top Subs: Ricky Bunton 3.5; Charles Walker 3.2 Ouachita Baptist W 71-49 Nov. 29 H Northwestern State W 71-68 Dec. 1 A Centenary L 64-72 Dec. 3 A Northwestern State W 79-67 Dec. 5 H Texas Tech L 47-67 Dec. 8 A Hardin-Simmons W 51-48 Dec. 9 A Western Michigan 1 W 75-62OT Dec. 12 N UL-Lafayette1 L 49-64 Dec. 13 A 2 Montana State W 72-57 Dec. 19 N 2 Portland State W 63-50 Dec. 20 A Clemson 3 L 49-50OT Dec. 28 N Rutgers3 W 51-47 Dec. 30 N Marquette3 L 66-80 Dec. 30 N UL-Monroe W 50-44 Jan. 5 H Southern Miss. L 57-62 Jan. 12 A UL-Monroe W 71-58 Jan. 15 A Centenary W 63-52 Jan. 19 H 3OT Hardin-Simmons W 79-71 Jan. 24 H Lamar L 64-66 Jan. 26 A UL-Lafayette W 79-71 Jan. 31 A McNeese State W 78-59 Feb. 2 A Arkansas State W 64-61 Feb. 7 H UT-Arlington L 59-61 Feb. 9 H UL-Lafayette L 58-65 Feb. 14 A Lamar W 77-71 Feb. 16 H McNeese State W 75-57 Feb. 21 H Arkansas State W 64-56 Feb. 23 A UT-Arlington W 61-52 Feb. 25 A McNeese State4 W 64-52 N/A N Lamar4 L 69-83 March 7 A 1 Bayou Classic, Lafayette, La. 2 Raindrop Classic, Portland, Ore. 3 Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii 4 SLC Tournament, Beaumont, Texas 1981-82 (11-16, 2-8 SLC) Starters: Ken Roberson 11.2 ppg; Emmerson Wafer 11.1; Willie Simmons 10.8; Rennie Bailey 10.3; Alan Davis 4.6 Top Subs: Ardre Ewing 6.6; Rickey Bunton 4.5 Texas Tech L 75-89 Nov. 27 A

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1984 Southland Conference Tournament Champions 1983-84 (26-7, 8-4 SLC) Starters: Karl Malone 18.7 ppg; Rennie Bailey 12.1; Wayne Smith 10.2; Willie Simmons 10.8 Alan Davis 9.7 Top Subs: Robert Godbolt 4.6; Ken Roberson 3.6 Western Kentucky W 73-712OT Nov. 28 A Northwestern State W 79-55 Nov. 30 H Rice W 77-69 Dec. 3 A Centenary W 92-77 Dec. 5 A Northwestern State W 77-61 Dec. 8 A Kent St. W 75-66 Dec. 10 H W. Carolina1 W 72-48 Dec. 16 N Tennessee1 L 61-71 Dec. 17 A


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1985 Southland Conference Champions, Tournament Champions 1984-85 (29-3, 11-1 SLC) Starters: Karl Malone 16.5 ppg; Wayne Smith 10.2; Robert Godbolt 10.1; Willie Simmons 10.0; Alan Davis 9.5 Top Subs: Willie Bland 11.7; Adam Frank 4.6 Concordia Luth. W 82-61 Nov. 28 H Centenary W 78-62 Dec. 1 A Rice W 75-63 Dec. 3 H Louisville1 W 73-64 Dec. 7 N Western Kentucky1 W 59-54 Dec. 8 A Ball State W 73-59 Dec. 10 H Alabama State2 W 80-57 Dec. 14 N Marshall2 W 69-63 Dec. 15 A Northwestern State W 78-50 Dec. 17 A 3 Oklahoma City W 90-62 Dec. 29 A Oklahoma3 L 72-84 Dec. 30 N Northwestern State W 92-63 Jan. 5 H Centenary W 83-65 Jan. 7 H UT-Arlington W 76-65 Jan. 12 A North Texas W 90-72 Jan. 17 A UL-Lafayette W 94-74OT Jan. 19 H McNeese State W 88-69 Jan. 24 A Lamar L 64-72 Jan. 26 A Arkansas State W 80-73 Jan. 31 H UL-Monroe W 73-63OT Feb. 4 A UT-Arlington W 86-61 Feb. 7 H North Texas W 68-50 Feb. 9 H UL-Lafayette W 83-76 Feb. 14 A McNeese State W 59-58 Feb. 16 H Lamar W 73-65 Feb. 21 H Arkansas State W 100-67 Feb. 23 A UL-Monroe W 72-65 Feb. 28 H UL-Monroe4 W 72-70 March 8 H Lamar4 W 70-69 March 9 H Pittsburgh5 W 78-54 March 14 N Ohio State5 W 79-67 March 16 N Oklahoma 6 L 84-86OT March 21 N 1 Wendy’s Classic, Bowling Green, Kentucky 2 Marshall Invitational, Huntington, W.V. 3 All-College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla. 4 Southland Conference Tournament, Ruston, La. 5 NCAA Midwest 1st and 2nd Round, Tulsa, Okla. 6 NCAA Midwest Regional Semi-finals, Dallas, Texas

Coach Tommy Eagles 1985-89 (87-40) 1985-86 (20-14; 6-6 SLC) Starters: Robert Godbolt 13.5 ppg; Willie Bland 12.2; Wayne Smith 9.6; Randy White 9.1; Louis Cook 8.6 Top Subs: Darryl Emmerson 7.6; Maurice Jackson 3.8 Stephen F. Austin L 58-67 Nov. 25 H San Diego St.1 W 74-72 Nov. 29 N 1 Fresno State L 64-65 Nov. 30 A Northwestern State W 69-63 Dec. 2 A Centenary W 82-70 Dec. 5 H Marshall W 72-71 Dec. 9 H Indiana2 L 63-84 Dec. 13 A Alcorn State2 W 82-73 Dec. 14 N Kansas3 L 59-81 Dec. 27 N Arizona State 3 W 87-86OT Dec. 28 N 4 Iona W 84-54 Jan. 2 N Northwestern State W 70-50 Jan. 7 H UL-Monroe W 74-71 Jan. 11 H UL-Lafayette L 73-74OT Jan. 16 A Arkansas State L 68-72 Jan. 18 H North Texas L 50-56 Jan. 23 A UT-Arlington W 72-62 Jan. 25 A Lamar W 82-61 Jan. 30 H McNeese State L 72-76 Feb. 1 H Centenary L 47-50 Feb. 3 A Lamar W 73-67 Feb. 6 A UL-Lafayette W 66-58 Feb. 13 H Arkansas State L 62-63 Feb. 15 A UT-Arlington W 68-61 Feb. 20 H North Texas W 88-67 Feb. 22 H McNeese State L 58-68 Feb. 24 A UL-Monroe L 43-59 Feb. 27 A 5 Lamar W 60-58 March 4 H UL-Momroe6 L 56-57 March 7 A Northern Arizona7 W 76-61 March 13 A McNeese State8 W 77-61 March 17 H Providence9 W 64-63 March 20 A Ohio State10 L 66-79 March 24 N Florida10 W 67-62 March 26 N 1 Sun Met Classic, Fresno, Calif. 2 Indiana Classic, Bloomington, Ind. 3 BMA Holiday Classic, Kansas City, Mo. 4 East Rutherford, N.J. 5 Southland Conf. 1st Round, Ruston, La. 6 Southland Conf. Semi., Monroe, La. 7 NIT 1st Round, Flagstaff, Ariz. 8 NIT 2nd Round, Ruston, La. 9 NIT Quarterfinal, Providence, R.I. 10 NIT Final Four, New York, N.Y. 1987 Southland Conference Champions, Tournament Champs 1986-87 (22-8, 9-1 SLC) Starters: Robert Godbolt 13.5 ppg, 6.1 rpg; Randy White 12.6, 6.5; Louis Cook 12.5, 5.7; Kelvin Lewis 7.9, 3.4; Byron Newton 7.5, 2.7 Top Subs: Maurice Jackson 5.4, 2.0; Brett Guillory 3.4, 0.4 Arkansas1 L 64-90 Nov. 29 A Concordia Lutheran W 122-70 Dec. 1 H Tennessee L 56-63 Dec. 3 A Stephen F. Austin L 79-81OT Dec. 6 A Georgia College W 70-59 Dec. 8 H South Alabama W 82-75 Dec. 13 H Duquense2 W 82-64 Dec. 19 N UNLV2 L 75-79 Dec. 20 A Weber State W 70-69OT Dec. 23 A Washington3 W 88-87 Dec. 27 N Oregon State3 W 93-76 Dec. 28 N Oregon3 W 57-50 Dec. 29 N Stephen F. Austin W 70-52 Jan. 8 H UL-Monroe W 63-61 Jan. 10 A UL-Lafayette W 97-70 Jan. 12 H Arkansas State W 61-58OT Jan. 17 A North Texas W 89-71 Jan. 22 H New Orleans L 68-72 Jan. 24 A Lamar W 55-51 Jan. 29 A McNeese State L 68-74 Jan. 31 A

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America South Conference Membership Begins 1988 America South Co-Champs, Tournament Champs 1987-88 (22-9, 7-3 ASC) Starters: Randy White 18.6 ppg, 11.6 rpg; Byron Newton 10.4, 4.5; Brett Guillory 10.2,2.4; Kelvin Lewis 8.0, 3.0; Eldon Bowman 7.3, 3.6 Top Subs; Vernon Norris 6.4, 3.2; Darryl Knight 5.8, 1.5 Northeastern1 W 74-67 Nov. 27 N Providence1 L 80-84 Nov. 28 A W. New Mexico W 68-46 Dec. 1 H Montana State W 85-62 Dec. 3 H South Alabama W 89-78 Dec. 5 A UL-Monroe L 76-84 Dec. 7 A Georgia Southern2 L 46-63 Dec. 11 N 2 Florida A&M L 53-62 Dec. 12 N Middle Tennessee W 64-63 Dec. 15 A UMKC W 70-58 Dec. 19 A UL-Monroe W 80-68 Jan. 4 H Middle Tennesee W 72-67 Jan. 7 H McNeese State W 68-58 Jan. 9 H Samford W 73-67 Jan. 11 H UL-Lafayette W 84-70 Jan. 18 H New Orleans L 67-82 Jan. 23 A Lamar L 61-72 Jan. 25 A UT-Pan American W 70-62 Jan. 28 A Arkansas State L 67-81 Feb. 4 A Weber State W 76-55 Feb. 8 A UL-Lafayette W 59-57 Feb. 11 A New Orleans W 65-61 Feb. 13 H UT-Pan American W 73-62 Feb. 18 H Lamar W 84-71 Feb. 20 H UMKC W 83-71 Feb. 22 H Arkansas State W 52-50 Feb. 25 H McNeese State L 64-65 Feb. 29 A Arkansas State3 W 63-61 March 5 N New Orleans3 W 69-66 March 6 N UALR4 W 66-56 March 17 A 5 Connecticut L 59-65 March 21 A 1 Fleet Classic, Providence, R.I. 2 Champion Holiday Classic, Missoula, Mont. 3 American South Tourn., Beaumont, Texas 4 NIT 1st Round, Little Rock, Ark. 5 NIT 2nd Round, Hartford, Conn.

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UTEP L 70-82 Dec. 19 Hawaii W 76-63 Dec. 22 East Texas Baptist W 90-46 Jan. 7 UT-Pan American W 56-52 Jan. 9 UL-Lafayette W 63-62 Jan. 11 UL-Monroe W 79-63 Jan. 14 Arkansas State L 52-53 Jan. 19 Lamar W 83-60 Jan. 21 McNeese State W 74-61 Jan. 26 UL-Lafayette W 77-73 Jan. 28 North Texas W 75-68 Feb. 2 UT-Arlington W 89-74OT Feb. 4 UL-Monroe L 79-82 Feb. 9 Arkansas State W 87-71 Feb. 11 Lamar L 60-85 Feb. 16 McNeese State L 79-97 Feb. 18 Centenary W 85-76OT Feb. 21 North Texas W 96-69 Feb. 25 UT-Arlington W 94-78 March 1 UT-Pan American W 69-63 March 3 North Texas2 W 92-68 March 6 UL-Monroe2 W 69-56 March 9 Lamar3 W 68-65 March 10 Fresno State4 W 66-56 March 15 Houston4 L 69-77 March 17 1 Volunteer Classic, Knoxville, Tenn. 2 SLC First Round, Ruston, La. 3 SLC Tournament, Beaumont, Texas 4 NCAA Midwest Regional 1st and 2nd Round, Memphis, Tenn.

1989 America South Tournament Champions 1988-89 (23-9; 6-4 ASC) Starters: Randy White 21.2; Anthony Dade 14.0; Darrly Knight 13.3; Byron Newton 10.4; Brett Guillory 6.8 Top Subs: Kennedy Louis 4.7; P.J. Brown 4.7 North Texas W 87-82 Nov. 26 Fresno State W 75-59 Nov. 28 1 Miami (OH) W 69-62 Dec. 2 Syracuse 1 L 98-106OT Dec. 4 LSU W 111-109OT Dec. 6 Oral Roberts W 94-87OT Dec. 8 Montana State L 74-80 Dec. 10 Murray State2 W 87-69 Dec. 16 UA-Birmingham L 79-97 Dec. 17

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Sun Belt Conference Membership Begins 1992 Sun Belt Conference Champions 1991-92 (23-8, 13-3 SBC) Starters: Ron Ellis 15.7 ppg; Anthony Dade 15.6; Eric Brown 13.4; P.J. Brown 12.7; JoJo Goldsmith 9.1 Top Subs: James Johnson 3.3; Shawn Davis 2.8 Wyoming L 78-96 Nov. 23 A Oklahoma Baptist W 93-62 Nov. 30 A Southeastern La. W 99-75 Dec. 3 A Bowling Green1 W 67-47 Dec. 6 N 1 Iowa L 65-84 Dec. 7 A Oklahoma State L 71-77 Dec. 10 H Centenary W 111-89 Dec. 14 H Southeastern La. W 92-69 Dec. 21 H South Alabama W 65-64 Dec. 27 A Jackson State W 76-62 Dec. 30 H Central Michigan W 104-85 Jan. 4 H UALR W 94-71 Jan. 9 H UL-Lafayette L 63-79 Jan. 15 A Jacksonville W 85-64 Jan. 23 H Central Florida W 78-61 Jan. 25 H Centenary W 90-68 Jan. 27 A UT-Pan American W 89-62 Jan. 30 A Lamar W 80-72 Feb. 1 A Western Kentucky W 91-79 Feb. 3 H New Orleans W 54-53 Feb. 8 H OT Western Kentucky L 78-79 Feb. 13 A Lamar W 103-67 Feb. 15 H Jacksonville W 91-63 Feb. 17 A UL-Lafayette W 69-62 Feb. 20 H Arkansas State L 55-59 Feb. 22 A New OrleansF W 53-54 Feb. 27 A Arkansas State W 73-60 Feb. 29 H 2 Jacksonville W 80-66 March 6 N Western Kentucky2 W 74-60 March 7 N 2 UL-Lafayette L 71-75 March 8 N New Mexico3 L 84-90 March 26 A 1 Amana Hawkeye Classic, Iowa City, Iowa 2 Sun Belt Conference Tournament, Biloxi, Miss. 3 NIT, 1st Round, Albuquerque, N.M. F forfeit win

1992-93 (7-21, 4-16 SBC) Starters: LaMont King 5.8 ppg; Andre Jackson 10.2; Ryan Bond 6.5; Lazerick Griffin 5.8; Mark Spradling 5.6 Top Subs: James Johnson 3.7; Antonio Robinson 3.4 TCU L 50-64 Dec. 1 A Wyoming L 57-75 Dec. 7 H Centenary W 82-69 Dec. 10 A Dayton L 60-70 Dec. 12 A Auburn1 L 45-65 Dec. 18 N Alabama State1 W 88-73 Dec. 19 N TCU W 66-49 Dec. 29 H OT UT-Pan American L 59-62 Jan. 2 A Arkansas State L 51-64 Jan. 4 H Western Kentucky L 40-86 Jan. 9 A New Orleans L 48-71 Jan. 16 H South Alabama L 68-85 Jan. 18 H UL-Lafayette L 59-65 Jan. 23 H Lamar L 66-82 Jan. 28 H Arkansas St. L 65-93 Jan. 30 A UALR L 58-63 Feb. 1 A Jacksonville W 78-75 Feb. 4 H UT-Pan American W 74-59 Feb. 6 H South Alabama W 67-64 Feb. 9 A UL-Lafayette L 59-81 Feb. 13 A New Orleans L 41-69 Feb. 15 A UALR L 60-67 Feb. 18 H Oklahoma State L 53-80 Feb. 20 A Jacksonville L 71-84 Feb. 22 A Western Kentucky L 54-76 Feb. 25 H Lamar L 76-113 Feb. 28 A Jacksonville2 W 63-62 March 5 N New Orleans2 L 52-63 March 6 N 1 East Coast Classic, Wilmington, N.C. 2 Sun Belt Conference Tournament, Biloxi, Miss. 1993-94 ( 2-25, 0-18 SBC) Starters: Ryan Bond 10.3 ppg; LaMont King 8.3; Antonio Robinson 4.8; James Johnson 5.0; Keith Spencer 7.3 Top Sub: Larry Matthews 7.9 Wiley College W 82-57 Dec. 11 Jacksonville L 60-80 Dec. 4 Jackson State L 51-66 Dec. 7 Centenary L 72-102 Dec. 18 Marquette L 48-84 Dec. 21 TCU L 74-92 Dec. 23 Nicholls State L 72-91 Dec. 30 TCU1 L 53-73 Jan. 3 Lamar L 51-86 Jan. 8 UT-Pan American L 56-61 Jan. 13 UALR L 60-86 Jan. 15 Arkansas State L 62-76 Jan. 17 UL-Lafayette L 76-83 Jan. 22 Lamar L 60-63 Jan. 27 South Alabama L 69-73 Jan. 29 Centenary W 66-62 Jan. 31 New Orleans L 61-93 Feb. 3 Arkansas State L 56-88 Feb. 7 Western Kentucky L 49-91 Feb. 10 UT-Pan American L 52-76 Feb. 12 UALR L 62-66OT Feb. 14 New Orleans L 61-76 Feb. 17 South Alabama L 53-83 Feb. 19 Jacksonville L 68-74 Feb. 21 UL-Lafayette L 51-91 Feb. 26 Western Kentucky L 47-70 Feb. 28 2 UT-Pan American L 65-70 March 4 1 Hirsch Col., Shreveport, La. 2 Sun Belt Conference Tournament, Bowling Green, KY

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1995-96 (11-17, 6-12 SBC) Starters: Johnny Miller 14.5 ppg; Lonnie Cooper 10.5; Ryan Bond 9.9; Troy Taylor 5.1 Top Subs: Cornelius Frazier 5.1; Antonio Smith 7.8 Henderson State W 70-62 Nov. 29 H Centenary L 58-65 Dec. 2 A Stephen F. Austin1 W 68-65 Dec. 8 N Brigham Young1 L 64-74 Dec. 9 A Centenary W 90-77 Dec. 16 H Northwestern State W 91-61 Dec. 18 H UL-Lafayette L 77-80 Dec. 22 H 2 Florida L 56-71 Dec. 29 N Baylor2 L 55-74 Dec. 30 N UALR L 60-66 Jan. 4 A Arkansas State L 60-52 Jan. 6 A UT-Pan American W 56-553OT Jan. 11 H Jacksonville W 76-75 Jan. 13 H New Orleans L 45-70 Jan. 18 A South Alabama W 46-45OT Jan. 21 A UALR L 63-80 Jan. 25 H Western Kentucky L 57-59 Jan. 27 A Arkansas State L 64-69 Feb. 1 H Lamar L 56-57 Feb. 3 H Jacksonville L 68-70 Feb. 7 A South Alabama W 47-41 Feb. 10 H UL-Lafayette W 61-54 Feb. 13 A Lamar L 55-67 Feb. 15 A New Orleans L 61-70 Feb. 19 H Western Kentucky W 72-66 Feb. 22 H UT-Pan American L 45-47 Feb. 24 A Arkansas State3 W 70-65 March 1 N New Orleans3 L 67-57 March 2 N 1 BYU Cougar Classic, Provo, Utah 2 All-College Tourney, OKC, Okla. 3 SBC Tourney, Little Rock, Ark. 1996-97 (15-14, 10-8 SBC) Starters: Lonnie Cooper 14.2 ppg, 4.2 rpg; Fred Smith 3.5, 3.7; Derek Smith 12.2, 4.2; Courtney Hargrays 8.6, 4.9; Johnny Miller 13.9, 3.4 Top Subs; Stacy Nolen 6.9, 2.3; Antonio Smith 5.1, 3.4 Tarleton State W 81-52 Nov. 26 H Ohio Northern L 52-57 Nov. 30 H Northwestern State W 77-56 Dec. 6 A TCU L 76-79 Dec. 7 A SE Missouri St. L 65-69 Dec. 9 H Indiana1 L 44-73 Dec. 13 A Eastern Illinois1 L 76-88OT Dec. 14 N DePaul W 73-49 Dec. 18 A New Orleans W 73-63 Dec. 22 H UT-Pan American W 46-43 Jan. 2 A Lamar L 64-75 Jan. 4 A UALR L 69-76OT Jan. 9 A Arkansas State L 71-76 Jan. 11 A Jacksonville W 83-70 Jan. 16 H UALR W 68-58 Jan. 18 H New Orleans L 58-63 Jan. 22 A

Lamar L 86-932OT UT-Pan American W 53-47 UL-Lafayette W 57-52 Western Kentucky L 61-68 South Alabama L 50-56 Arkansas State W 75-61 Western Kentucky W 94-61 UL-Lafayette W 82-57 South Alabama L 50-56 Jacksonville W 71-65 Lamar2 W 64-62 2 New Orleans W 59-53 South Alabama2 L 43-44 1 Indiana Classic, Bloomington, Ind. 2 SBC Tourney, Little Rock, Ark.

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1997-98 (12-15, 9-9 SBC) Starters: Lonnie Cooper 17.0 ppg, 4.4 rpg; Derek Smith 14.9, 3.9; Omar Cooper 11.9, 4.1; Marlon Chambers 6.0, 6.1; Stacy Nolen 4.8, 2.5 Top Subs: Jacque Collins 4.6, 6.1; Jabari Johnson 1.0, 1.0 Illinois-Chicago L 68-73 Nov. 16 H Mississippi L 56-88 Nov. 19 A DePaul L 54-56 Dec. 3 H Stephen F. Austin W 82-57 Dec. 6 A 1 Baylor L 69-72 Dec. 12 N Miss. Valley State1 W 83-65 Dec. 13 N Northwestern State W 78-64 Dec. 20 H Illinois-Chicago L 58-72 Dec. 27 A UTPA W 75-57 Dec. 30 A Jacksonville L 57-64 Jan. 3 A Lamar W 54-49 Jan. 5 H Western Kentucky L 67-69 Jan. 5 A Jacksonville W 70-61 Jan. 10 H South Alabama L 50-61 Jan. 12 A UL-Lafayette W 84-42 Jan. 22 H South Alabama L 48-62 Jan. 25 H Western Kentucky L 46-49 Jan. 29 H UALR L 47-65 Jan. 31 A Arkansas State L 78-82OT Feb. 2 A New Orleans W 74-65 Feb. 5 H UALR W 96-62 Feb. 8 H Lamar W 85-75 Feb. 12 A UL-Lafayette L 80-90 Feb. 14 A New Orleans L 34-78 Feb. 19 A Arkansas State W 89-82 Feb. 21 H UT-Pan American W 106-77 Feb. 23 H UALR2 L 62-76 Feb. 28 N 1 TCU Tourney, Ft. Worth, Texas 2 SBC Tournament, Lafayette, La. Coach Keith Richard 1998-2007 (150-117) 1998-99 (19-9, 10-4 SBC) Sun Belt Conference Champions Starters: Craig Jackson 15.6, 3.2; Lonnie Cooper 13.7, 4.1; Kendrick Spruel 13.0, 4.8; Curtis Williams 9.4, 6.0; Derek Smith 10.1, 3.8 Top Subs: Omar Cooper 9.9, 5.7; Gerrod Henderson 9.4, 3.4 Baylor W 72-63 Nov. 18 A SE Missouri St. W 84-72 Nov. 23 A Northwestern State W 63-41 Nov. 30 A UT-Pan American1 W 83-80 Dec. 4 N SW Missouri State1 L 60-86 Dec. 5 A Brigham Young2 L 68-76 Dec. 11 A 2 OT Southern Utah W 76-68 Dec. 12 N North Texas W 88-60 Dec. 19 H UT-Pan American L 78-84 Dec. 22 A Wyoming3 L 73-91 Dec. 27 A Yale3 W 85-60 Dec. 28 N UL-Lafayette L 65-67 Jan. 4 A South Alabama W 75-65 Jan. 9 H UALR W 95-83 Jan. 13 H South Alabama L 65-66 Jan. 16 A New Orleans L 61-69 Jan. 21 A UL-Lafayette W 75-62 Jan. 23 H Arkansas State W 82-75 Jan. 28 H Fla. International W 87-68 Jan. 30 H UT-Pan American W 97-76 Feb. 1 H Western Kentucky W 63-54 Feb. 4 A

Fla. International L 65-732OT New Orleans W 87-82OT Western Kentucky W 87-81 UALR W 81-67 Arkansas State W 85-83 UALR4 W 68-66 Western Kentucky4 l 76-66 1 SMS Tourney, Springfield, Mo. 2 Cougar Classic, Provo, Utah 3 Cowboy Shootout, Casper, Wyo. 4 SBC Tournament, Lafayette, La.

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1999-2000 (21-8, 13-5 SBC) Starters: Gerrod Henderson 18.4 ppg; Craig Jackson 14.0 ppg; Antonio Meeking 11.2 ppg; Curtis Williams 7.8 ppg; Derek Smith 7.0 ppg Top Subs: Kendrick Spruel 8.8 ppg; Omar Cooper 3.3 ppg North Texas W 86-68 Nov. 20 A UTEP L 53-72 Nov. 23 A Saint Louis W 68-60 Nov. 27 A Louisville L 67-79 Dec. 4 A Jackson State L 69-72 Dec. 8 A McNeese State W 93-60 Dec. 11 H Nicholls State W 85-62 Dec. 16 H Centenary W 63-61 Dec. 18 H Stephen F. Austin W 70-60 Dec. 21 A TCU W 95-76 Dec. 23 A Denver L 76-83 Dec. 29 A Denver W 85-61 Jan. 8 H Centenary W 62-51 Jan. 12 A UL-Lafayette L 72-84 Jan. 15 A UALR W 88-69 Jan. 20 H Arkansas St. W 78-70 Jan. 22 H Western Kentucky W 68-65 Jan. 27 A Fla. International W 66-58 Jan. 29 A New Orleans W 63-43 Feb. 3 H South Alabama W 78-71 Feb. 5 H Arkansas State W 68-64 Feb. 10 A UALR W 77-75 Feb. 12 A Fla. International L 56-61 Feb. 17 H Western Kentucky W 72-66 Feb. 19 H UL-Lafayette W 80-75 Feb. 21 H New Orleans W 75-66 Feb. 24 A South Alabama L 56-58 Feb. 26 A Arkansas State1 W 84-77 Feb. 5 N UL-Lafayette1 L 58-73 Feb. 6 N 1 SBC Tournament, Little Rock, Ark.

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Georgia State W 70-57 Georgia State W 74-71 TCU W 79-73 Jacksonville W 65-63 UALR W 61-60OT Arkansas State L 46-47 UALR W 68-50 UL-Lafayette L 52-55 Western Kentucky L 49-68 Lamar W 56-51 New Orleans W 61-60 UL-Lafayette W 63-56 UT-Pan American L 53-70 Lamar W 65-60 Arkansas State W 70-55 South Alabama L 82-84 Western Kentucky L 50-63 South Alabama W 75-66 Jacksonville L 58-65 New Orleans L 59-61 UT-Pan American L 60-75 UT-Pan American1 L 48-51 1 SBC Tournament, Little Rock, Ark.

2000-2001 (17-12, 10-6 SBC) Starters: Antonio Meeking 14.0 ppg; Travis Lewis 3.3 ppg; Gerrod Henderson 18.4 ppg; Marco Cole 12.3 ppg; Zach Johnson 7.6 ppg Top Subs: Davis 5.5 ppg; Nick Stamps 4.9 ppg Southern Miss. L 63-70 Nov. 17 H Tennessee State W 93-86 Nov. 18 A Ouachita Baptist W 90-51 Nov. 21 H McNeese State L 61-76 Nov. 25 A Nicholls State W 91-62 Nov. 27 A Bradley W 70-67OT Dec. 2 A Mississippi State L 63-68 Dec. 5 A Jackson State W 71-52 Dec. 9 H Minnesota L 53-69 Dec. 12 A Centenary W 64-58 Dec. 16 H Texas Southern W 83-64 Dec. 21 H Arkansas State L 68-80 Dec. 30 H Denver W 70-68 Jan. 4 A OT UALR W 75-70 Jan. 7 A North Texas W 87-62 Jan. 11 H Arkansas State L 62-76 Jan. 13 A Western Kentucky L 47-55 Jan. 18 A Centenary L 63-74 Jan. 20 A Middle Tennessee W 75-55 Jan. 25 H UALR W 64-47 Jan. 27 H Fla. International W 59-49 Feb. 1 A South Alabama W 60-54 Feb. 3 A UL-Lafayette W 81-75OT Feb. 8 H Western Kentucky W 73-72OT Feb. 10 H Middle Tennessee W 68-53 Feb. 15 A New Mexico State L 72-77 Feb. 17 H New Orleans L 55-67 Feb. 21 A Fla. International L 45-49 Feb. 25 H

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Western Athletic Conference Membership Begins 2001-02 (22-10, 14-4 WAC) Starters: Gerrod Henderson 17.3 ppg; Marco Cole 11.4 ppg; Antonio Meeking 11.2 ppg; Darrian Brown 9.9 ppg; Lavalle Felton 7.0 ppg Top Subs: Michael Wilder 7.8 ppg; Zach Johnson 6.7 ppg. Iowa L 67-75 Nov. 17 A Harding W 102-86 Nov. 20 H Ark.-Monticello W 83-66 Nov. 27 H Jackson State W 99-96ot Dec. 1 A Auburn W 67-66 Dec. 4 A Oklahoma L 67-71OT Dec. 8 A Centenary W 68-48 Dec. 15 H UAB L 63-81 Dec. 19 A Jackson State W 74-59 Dec. 22 H UTEP W 77-63 Dec. 28 H Boise St. W 59-36 Dec. 30 H SMU L 71-74 Jan. 5 H Hawaii L 61-81 Jan. 10 A San Jose State W 78-61 Jan. 12 A Tulsa L 68-71 Jan. 17 H Rice W 57-43 Jan. 19 H Nevada W 77-69 Jan. 24 A Fresno St. W 79-64 Jan. 26 A Centenary L 71-84 Jan. 30 A SMU W 70-66 Feb. 2 A San Jose State W 77-53 Feb. 7 H Hawaii W 61-57 Feb. 9 H Tulsa L 63-72 Feb. 14 A Fresno State W 66-63 Feb. 16 H Nevada W 86-83OT Feb. 21 H Boise St. W 80-67 Feb. 28 A UTEP W 86-68 March 2 A Fresno State1 L 69-72 March 7 N UL-Lafayette2 W 83-63 March 13 H Vanderbilt3 W 83-68 March 15 H 4 Villanova L 64-67 March 19 A 1 WAC Tournament, Tulsa, Okla. 2 NIT Opening Round, Ruston, La. 3 NIT 1st Round, Ruston, La. 4 NIT 2nd Round, Philadelphia, Pa. 2002-2003 (12-15, 9-9 WAC) Starters: Antonio Meeking 17.9 ppg; Lavelle Felton 13.7 PPG; Michael Wilder 9.4 ppg; Darrian Brown 8.7 ppg; Bruce Edwards 4.7 ppg Top Subs: Zach Johnson 5.0 ppg; Eric Woods 3.6 ppg; Wayne Powell 3.0 ppg Florida L 55-76 Nov. 19 A Millsaps W 77-49 Nov. 24 H Mississippi State L 38-78 Dec. 7 A Arkansas L 60-72 Dec. 10 A Harding W 76-55 Dec. 17 H Jackson State W 73-68 Dec. 21 H Texas L 50-58 Dec. 30 A SMU W 89-77 Jan. 4 H San Jose State W 80-67 Jan. 9 A Hawaii L 53-57 Jan. 11 A Nevada L 67-75 Jan. 16 H Fresno State L 60-61 Jan. 18 H Tulsa L 61-68 Jan. 23 A Rice L 92-93 Jan. 25 A Boise State W 79-76 Jan. 30 H UTEP W 73-57 Feb. 1 H Hawaii W 66-65 Feb. 6 H San Jose State W 65-60 Feb. 8 H Tulsa W 93-82 Feb. 10 H Fresno State W 80-77 Feb. 13 A OT Nevada W 99-97 Feb. 15 A Rice L 65-63 Feb. 20 H Northern Iowa L 71-76 Feb. 22 H UTEP L 57-75 Feb. 27 A Boise State L 51-74 March 1 A SMU L 61-84 March 8 A Nevada1 L 66-72 March 13 N 1 WAC Tournament, Tulsa, Okla.

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2003-04 (15-15, 8-10 WAC) Starters: Paul Millsap 15.5 ppg, 12.3 rpg; Corey Dean 13.0; Donell Allick 11.0; Wayne Powell 9.5; JueMichael Young 8.4 Top Subs: Barry Thompson 5.8 ppg; Bruce Edwards 3.3 Alabama L 63-69 Nov. 21 A Jackson State W 77-63 Nov. 25 H Northern Iowa L 72-75 Dec. 2 A Ark.-Pine Bluff W 71-59 Dec. 6 A Ark.-Pine Bluff W 82-47 Dec. 13 H Arkansas L 56-68 Dec. 17 A Tougaloo W 77-55 Dec. 20 H Ala.-Birmingham L 67-79 Dec. 23 A McNeese State W 69-68 Dec. 27 A Montevallo W 65-62 Dec. 30 H Tulsa W 70-62 Jan. 3 H Rice L 77-89 Jan. 5 H Nevada L 67-71 Jan. 8 A Fresno State L 40-61 Jan. 10 A San Jose State W 73-62 Jan. 15 H Hawaii L 60-67 Jan. 17 H SMU W 75-61 Jan. 24 A Boise State W 68-66 Jan. 29 A UTEP L 68-71 Jan. 31 A Fresno State W 80-75OT Feb. 5 H Nevada L 64-79 Feb. 7 H Hawaii W 62-61 Feb. 12 A San Jose State L 53-56OT Feb. 14 H OT SMU W 74-69 Feb. 21 H UTEP L 65-76 Feb. 26 H Boise State L 64-72 Feb. 28 H Rice W 70-58 March 4 A Tulsa L 70-80 March 5 A San Jose State1 W 57-51 March 9 H 1 UTEP L 62-55 March 11 N 1 WAC Tournament, Fresno, Calif. 2004-05 (14-15, 9-9 WAC) Starters: Paul Millsap 20.4 ppg, 12.4 rpg, Donell Allick 12.3 ppg, Wayne Powell 10.5 ppg, Corey Dean 10.5 ppg, Daevon Haskins 8.4 ppg Top Subs: Eric Woods 3.4 ppg, Barry Thompson 3.3 ppg UL-Lafayette L 63-84 Nov. 19 N Tulane W 69-66 Nov. 21 N Auburn L 67-79 Nov. 27 A UAB L 54-66 Nov. 29 A UTSA W 73-64 Dec. 4 H Jackson State W 75-61 Dec. 7 A UTSA L 71-79 Dec. 12 A McNeese State W 81-63 Dec. 18 H Memphis W 64-55 Dec. 20 A Tulsa W 58-52 Dec. 30 A Rice L 57-78 Jan. 1 A Nevada L 56-64 Jan. 6 H Fresno State L 58-60 Jan. 8 H San Jose State L 87-88 Jan. 13 A Hawaii W 61-59 Jan. 15 A SMU W 58-57 Jan. 22 H Boise State W 93-60 Jan. 27 H UTEP W 80-65 Jan. 29 H Fresno State W 79-72 Feb. 3 A Nevada L 58-76 Feb. 5 A Hawaii W 71-70 Feb. 10 H San Jose State W 72-55 Feb. 12 H SMU L 70-73 Feb. 16 A New Orleans L 85-87OT Feb. 19 A UTEP L 69-89 Feb. 25 A Boise State L 75-79 Feb. 27 A Rice L 64-78 March 3 H Tulsa W 91-82 March 5 H Fresno State1 L 81-84OT March 10 N 1 WAC Tournament, Reno, Nevada 2005-06 (20-13, 11-5 WAC) Starters: Paul Millsap 19.6 ppg, 13.3 rpg; Corey Dean 7.7 ppg; Marcus Elliott 7.1 ppg; Michael Wilds 5.9 ppg; Daevon Haskins 5.1 ppg Top Subs: Chad McKenzie 6.0 ppg, Jerome Richardson 5.9 ppg Yale1 L 68-69 Nov. 18 N Longwood1 W 83-73 Nov. 19 N Nebraska1 L 56-59 Nov. 20 A

New Orleans2 W 76-64 Alabama L 63-73 Southern W 61-52 Texas Tech W 68-53 Southern L 47-63 UL-Lafayette W 85-78 McNeese State W 80-67 Memphis L 58-76 Tougaloo W 92-58 Wisconsin L 52-78 Boise State W 75-72 Idaho W 66-61 Hawaii W 65-62 Fresno State W 73-54 Utah St. L 55-64 New Mexico State W 66-61 San Jose State W 75-55 Fresno St. W 68-66OT Nevada L 53-65 Utah St. L 62-63 Boise State W 81-71 Nevada L 49-50 San Jose State W 74-63 Southern Illinois W 54-51 New Mexico State L 60-64 Idaho W 74-59 Hawaii W 51-48 Boise State3 W 75-64 Utah State3 L 64-68 Clemson4 L 53-69 1 John Thompson Classic, Lincoln, Neb. 2 Tyler, Texas 3 WAC Tourney, Reno, Nevada 4 NIT First Round

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2006-07 (10-20, 7-9 WAC) Starters: Trey McDowell 13.7 ppg 1.6 rpg, Chad McKinzie 13.9 ppg, 7.0 rpg, Drew Washington 4.8 ppg, 2.1 rpg, Harry Disy 6.8 ppg, 7.4 rpg, Jerome Richardson 6.4 ppg, 4.4 rpg Top Subs: Marcus Elliott 7.8 ppg, Terry Parker 5.0 ppg St. Louis L 65-87 Nov. 17 N Texas A&M L 59-75 Nov. 18 A Lamar L 68-71 Nov. 19 N McNeese St. W 59-50 Nov. 22 A So. Illinois L 36-50 Nov. 29 H UL-Lafayette L 60-65 Dec. 2 A Texas Tech L 59-66 Dec. 6 H Southern W 74-66 Dec. 9 H Southern L 47-62 Dec. 16 A 1 Centenary L 73-82 Dec. 21 N LSU L 52-68 Dec. 23 A Arkansas L 50-80 Dec. 30 A San Jose State W 92-56 Jan. 4 H Hawaii W 70-67 Jan. 6 H Boise State L 56-82 Jan. 11 A Utah State L 49-69 Jan. 13 A New Mexico State W 73-71OT Jan. 17 H Idaho W 73-72 Jan. 20 A Nevada L 67-84 Jan. 25 A Fresno State L 64-70 Jan. 27 A Nevada L 71-79 Jan. 31 H Boise State W 84-76 Feb. 3 H San Jose State L 50-53 Feb. 8 A Hawaii L 50-74 Feb. 10 A Idaho W 68-59 Feb. 14 H SE Missouri W 72-56 Feb. 17 A Fresno State L 63-64 Feb. 22 H Utah State W 84-71 Feb. 24 H New Mexico State L 64-79 March 1 A New Mexico State L 70-77 March 8 A 1 CenturyTel Center, Bossier City, La.


Coach Kerry Rupp 2007-2011 (57-73)

2008-09 (15-18, 6-10 WAC) Starters: Kyle Gibson 16.1 ppg, 3.6 rpg; Magnum Rolle 12.2 ppg, 7.2 rpg; Jamel Guyton 11.8 ppg, 3.4 rpg; James Loe 4.5 ppg, 1.6 rpg; David Jackson 5.0 ppg, 3.5 rpg Top Subs: Olu Ashaolu 5.3 ppg 4.3 rpg; Brandon Gibson 2.5 ppg; 1.7 rpg UL-Lafayette W 61-59 Nov. 15 A Grambling State W 80-74OT Nov. 18 A UALR L 69-78 Nov. 22 A 1 Seattle L 46-61 Nov. 27 N Western Carolina1 L 62-76 Nov. 28 N AK-Anchorage1 L 57-62 Nov. 29 A Grambling State W 77-47 Dec. 6 H UL-Monroe W 69-57 Dec. 10 H Centenary2 W 77-71 Dec. 13 H McNeese State L 44-61 Dec. 15 A Samford L 58-71 Dec. 18 A Texas Christian W 72-67 Dec. 22 H UCLA L 55-78 Dec. 28 A San Jose State W 66-61 Jan. 3 A Hawaii L 64-65 Jan. 5 A Utah State L 37-50 Jan. 8 H Nevada L 64-67 Jan. 10 H Idaho W 74-63 Jan. 17 H Fresno State L 46-63 Jan. 22 A Boise State L 53-58 Jan. 24 A Hawaii L 53-54 Jan. 29 H San Jose State L 51-53 Jan. 31 H Nevada W 78-75 Feb. 5 A Utah State L 52-60 Feb. 7 A Fresno State W 55-42 Feb. 12 H New Mexico State L 63-65 Feb. 16 A Houston Baptist W 84-47 Feb. 19 H Murray State W 69-60 Feb. 21 A New Mexico State W 80-71 Feb. 26 H Boise State W 76-62 Feb. 28 H Idaho L 58-66 March 5 A Idaho3 W 70-62 March 12 N Nevada3 L 68-77 March 13 N

2009-10 (24-11, 9-7 WAC) Starters: Kyle Gibson 18.4 ppg, 3.9 rpg; Magnum Rolle 13.9 ppg, 8.4 rpg; Jamel Guyton 12.0 ppg, 3.8 rpg; Olu Ashaolu 10.7 ppg, 8.1 rpg; DeAndre Brown 10.6 ppg, 2.9 rpg Top Subs: David Jackson 5.4 ppg, 4.1 rpg; Darius Redding 2.4 ppg, 1.7 rpg; Anson Bartlett 2.0 ppg, 1.0 rpg UT-Pan American W 80-62 Nov. 14 A Miami (Ohio)1 W 74-62 Nov. 20 N New Mexico1 L 52-81 Nov. 21 A Nicholls State1 W 77-45 Nov. 22 N UALR W 86-66 Nov. 25 H TCU W 68-63 Nov. 28 A UL-Monroe W 76-73 Dec. 2 A Northwestern State W 98-70 Dec. 5 H Arizona L 67-83 Dec. 9 A Centenary W 102-962OT Dec. 12 A Murray State W 87-81 Dec. 15 H McNeese State W 79-58 Dec. 19 H UT-Pan American W 81-60 Dec. 22 H Houston W 99-94 Dec. 29 A Nevada W 77-71 Jan. 2 H Utah State W 82-60 Jan. 4 H Idaho W 77-71 Jan. 9 A Boise State W 79-64 Jan. 11 A Fresno State W 81-73 Jan 14 H San Jose State L 76-87 Jan. 21 A Hawai’i W 65-60 Jan. 23 A New Mexico State L 77-91 Jan. 30 H San Jose State W 71-64 Feb. 4 H New Mexico State L 77-91 Feb. 8 A Hawai’i W 66-60 Feb. 13 H Utah State L 61-67 Feb. 17 A Northeastern W 70-67 Feb. 20 A Boise State L 59-72 Feb. 25 H Idaho W 60-49 Feb. 27 H Fresno State L 59-66 March 4 A Nevada L 68-79 March 6 A 2 Fresno State W 74-66 March 11 N Utah State2 L 55-85 March 12 N Southern Miss3 W 66-57 March 18 H Missouri State3 L 40-69 March 22 A 1 World Vision Basketball Classic, Albuquerque, N.M. 2 WAC Tourney, Reno, Nev. 3 CollegeInsider.com Tournament 2010-11 (12-20, 2-14 WAC) Starters: DeAndre Brown 15.8 ppg, 3.0 rpg; Olu Ashaolu 14.2 ppg, 9.4 rpg; Brandon Gibson 9.2 ppg, 5.1 rpg; Kenyon McNeaill 8.7 ppg, 2.4 apg; Romario Souza 3.7 ppg, 2.7 rpg Top Subs: Lonnie Smith 6.1 ppg, 2.5 rpg; Cordarius Johnson 4.3 ppg, 1.5 rpg Texas L 89-58 Nov. 10 A Austin College W 90-58 .Nov. 13 H Houston W 60-54 .Nov. 17 H Seattle W 85-72 .Nov. 19 N Navy W 80-65 .Nov. 20 N UC Irvine W 76-72 .Nov. 21 A Arkansas-Little Rock L 74-65 .Nov. 26 A SMU W 69-64 .Dec. 1 H Louisiana-Monroe W 67-58 .Dec. 5 H Northwestern State L 85-78 .Dec. 7 A McNeese State L 80-70 .Dec. 11 A Houston Baptist W 80-57 .Dec. 14 A Texas Arlington W 62-61 .Dec. 18 H Iowa L 77-58 .Dec. 21 A Boise State L 71-60 .Dec. 29 A Idaho L 77-47 .Dec. 31 A Fresno State L 63-56 .Jan. 6 H San Jose State L 79-74 .Jan. 13 H Hawai’i L 56-48 .Jan. 15 H Utah State L 74-57 .Jan. 20 A Nevada L 66-58 .Jan. 22 A Idaho W 71-56 .Jan. 27 H Boise State W 70-60 .Jan. 29 H Fresno State L 63-56 .Feb. 5 A

New Mexico State New Mexico State North Dakota Georgia State Hawai’i San Jose State Nevada Utah State

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2011-12 (18-16, 6-8 WAC) Starters: Raheem Appleby 13.9 ppg, 2.4 rpg; Trevor Gaskins 11.9 ppg, 3.8 rpg; Cordarius Johnson 9.6 ppg, 3.8 rpg; Brandon Gibson 7.7 ppg, 4.6 rpg; Romario Souza 7.4 ppg, 3.1 rpg Top Subs: Kenyon McNeail 6.8 ppg, 2.1 rpg; Michale Kyser 3.7 ppg, 2.6 rpg; Kenneth Smith 3.6 ppg, 3.6 rpg; JL Lewis 3.5 ppg, 3.3 rpg Mississippi College W 92-70 Nov. 13 H UT-Arlington L 61-68 Nov. 19 A 1 Md. Eastern Shore W 73-54 Nov. 25 N Portland State1 L 48-66 Nov. 26 N Wyoming1 L 58-73 Nov. 27 N Southeastern LA L 69-72OT Nov. 30 A UL-Monroe W 73-71 Dec. 3 A Northwestern State W 94-932OT Dec. 6 H Southern Miss L 62-78 Dec. 10 A McNeese State W 60-58 Dec. 14 H UALR W 71-68 Dec. 17 H Northeastern W 56-53 Dec. 20 H Arkansas L 63-77 Dec. 22 A Spring Hill W 69-41 Dec. 29 H SMU L 65-73 Dec. 31 A New Mexico State L 73-83 Jan. 7 H Idaho L 88-90OT Jan. 12 H Utah State L 65-69 Jan. 14 H Hawai’i W 74-70 Jan. 19 A San Jose State W 71-67 Jan. 21 A Fresno State W 59-58 Jan. 26 H Nevada L 63-65 Jan. 28 H New Mexico State L 72-83 Feb. 4 A Utah State L 63-77 Feb. 9 A Idaho L 64-73 Feb. 11 A North Dakota W 58-53 Feb. 16 H Central Arkansas W 84-62 Feb. 18 H San Jose State W 75-49 Feb. 23 H Hawai’i W 84-67 Feb. 25 H Fresno State W 75-70 March 1 A Nevada L 69-79 March 3 A Utah State2 W 72-70 March 8 N 2 Nevada W 78-73 March 9 N New Mexico State3 L 57-82 March 10 N 1 Jim Thorpe Classic, Laramie, Wyo. 2 WAC Tournament, Las Vegas, Nev.

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2007-08 (6-24, 3-13 WAC) Starters: Kyle Gibson 16.5 ppg 5.0 rpg, JC Clark 9.5 ppg, 2.7 rpg, Drew Washington 6.3 ppg, 2.2 rpg, Adrian Rogers 3.4 ppg, 3.4 rpg, Dwayne Lathan 8.2 ppg, 3.9 rpg Top Subs: Orren Tims 5.5 ppg, James Loe 5.4 ppg Mississippi State L 45-75 Nov. 10 A UL-Lafayette W 64-56 Nov. 16 H UA-Pine Bluff L 54-67 Nov. 20 A UALR L 49-63 Nov. 24 A SE Missouri L 54-59 Nov. 28 H Texas Tech L 31-86 Dec. 5 A UA-Pine Bluff L 49-61 Dec. 11 H Centenary1 L 50-62 Dec. 13 H Alcorn State2 W 78-69 Dec. 18 N 2 Southern Miss L 56-80 Dec. 19 N New Orleans2 L 71-81 Dec. 20 N McNeese State W 73-63 Dec. 29 H Fresno State L 44-61 Jan. 3 H Idaho L 78-85 Jan. 10 A Boise State L 66-81 Jan. 12 A New Mexico State L 54-63 Jan. 19 A Utah State L 61-71 Jan. 24 H Nevada L 70-83 Jan. 26 H Hawaii L 57-71 Feb. 2 A Fresno State L 58-70 Feb. 4 A Boise State L 61-73 Feb. 7 H Idaho W 72-64 Feb. 9 H New Mexico State L 63-85 Feb. 14 H San Jose State L 61-71 Feb. 16 A Samford W 68-59OT Feb. 23 H Utah State L 59-86 Feb. 28 A Nevada L 57-87 March 1 A Hawaii W 69-62 March 6 H San Jose State W 87-83 March 8 H San Jose State3 L 62-64 March 11 L 1 CenturyTel Center, Bossier City, La. 2 Gulf Coast Classic, Biloxi, Miss. 3 WAC Tourney, Las Cruces, N.M.

Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, Alaska 2 CenturyTel Center, Bossier City, La. 3 WAC Tourney, Reno, Nevada 1

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Inside Tech Basketball

Welcome to another exciting season of Bulldog basketball. The entire media relations staff at Louisiana Tech is looking forward to working with media members this season – so feel free to call and request any information concerning the Bulldogs. Assistant director Phillip Pongratz will be the person primarily responsible for Bulldog basketball within the office, but be assured that you can get assistance from anyone. The Louisiana Tech Athletics Media Relations Office looks forward to working with you during the 2011-12 basketball season. Any member of the office can answer your questions or direct you to someone who can, so please feel free to call us at (318) 257-3144. The media relations office is a vital part of the success of the Bulldog basketball program. Malcolm Butler and assistants Phillip Pongratz, Patrick Walsh and Kelvin Queliz strive to run one of the finest departments in the nation.

Centric Federal Credit Union’s Inside Tech Basketball presented by Miller Light begins its fourth year as part of the LA Tech Sports Network as the one-hour radio show features Lady Techster head coach Teresa Weatherspoon and Bulldog head coach Michael White. Each of the 12 shows will air at 6 p.m. from Scott’s Catfish on Farmerville Highway in Ruston as each coach will discuss all the latest developments regarding their respective programs. The show will feature a half hour segment with Weatherspoon and the Voice of the Lady Techsters Malcolm Butler and a half hour segment with White and the Voice of the Bulldogs Dave Nitz as they review and preview the latest with the two teams. The one-hour radio show can be heard live across the LA Tech Sports Network on KNBB 97.7 FM (Ruston/Monroe), KJVC 92.7 FM (Mansfield), KTKC 92.9 (Springhill) and KVCL 92.1 FM (Winnfield). It can also be heard via the internet by purchasing a subscription for LA Tech All-Access at LATechSports.com.

Credentials: For media members requesting passes for Bulldog basketball, please contact the Louisiana Tech Athletics Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance.

Schedule for Inside Tech Basketball Radio Show

Press Parking:The media is encouraged to park along the north side

of the Thomas Assembly Center. Limited space is available and no parking passes are available.

Monday, Nov. 26 Monday, Dec. 10 Monday, Jan. 7 Monday, Jan. 14

Monday, Jan. 21 Monday, Jan. 28 Monday, Feb. 4 Monday, Feb. 11

Monday, Feb. 18 Monday, Feb. 25 Monday, March 4 Monday, March 11

Press Room:Located in the Office of Media Relations, the press room serves as a writing and transmitting area after the games. More than adequate working space is an Assembly Center trademark, and six telephones are available at no cost, as is one fax machine. Direct Internet connections are also available. Light refreshments are available during the games. Broadcast Rights: Visiting radio stations are welcome. “Official” stations are provided tow courtesy lines. Address all broadcast questions to Phillip Pongratz.

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Game Information:The statistical crew provides the media with typed play-by-play, halftime and final box scores, and quickie timeout stats. Final books are available in the press room approximately 15 minutes after games end. Fact sheets, game programs, media guides and starting lineups are always available before games in the press room. Web Page:Tech’s official athletics web page has up-to-date information on all of Tech’s varsity programs. You can obtain this information at: www. LATechSports.com. The site is maintained by the Athletics Media Relations Office and Johnny Burris.

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Patrick Walsh Assistant SID

Kane McGuire Assistant SID

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la tECH sPORTS nETWORK the University in 1974. He was inducted into the Louisiana Tech Athletics Hall of Fame in October of 2011. Nitz will be joined by color analyst Jack Thigpen, who won more than 500 games on the high school level in Louisiana while also serving as an assistant coach on the collegiate level, including one stint with the Bulldogs. All Bulldog and Lady Techster games can be accessed via the internet by logging onto Jack Thigpen www.latechsports.com and subscribing to LA Tech All-Access, a subscription-based web service that will provide the audio feed of every game (home and away) and the video feed of the home games. For more information on the LA Tech Sports Network, call General Manager Mason Ellenberger at 318-257-5331.

Social Media Louisiana Tech fans can access the most in-depth information regarding all the University’s programs through social media opportunities available online. LA Tech All-Access – LA Tech All-Access is a subscription based platform that Tech fans can access live video/audio streams of almost every Tech home sporting event and live audio streams of road football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and selected baseball and softball games, plus conferences and other special events. For only $9.95 per month or $79.95 for the year, Bulldog and Lady Techster fans can be a part of all the action.

Twitter - Members of the Louisiana Tech media relations department will be tweeting throughout the year with the latest news and in-game score updates. To follow them, simply fine them on www.twitter.com. LATechPPongratz – men’s basketball, women’s soccer, women’s tennis LATechMButler – football, women’s basketball, softball, men’s golf LATechPWalsh – football, cross country, track and field LATechKQueliz – volleyball, baseball, bowling

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LA Tech Sports Properties begins its fourth year as part of the University’s athletic family and is in charge of the LA Tech Sports Network which will cover every Lady Techster and Bulldog basketball game this season. Every regular season, conference tournament and postseason contest will air live with a 30-minute pregame show and a 30-minute postgame wrap-up. During the 2011-12 basketball season, the Bulldogs will air live on KXKZ 107.5 Dave Nitz FM (Ruston) and KJVC 92.7 (Mansfield) while the Lady Techsters will air live on ESPN 97.7 FM (Ruston) and KTKC 92.9 (Springhill) with just a few exceptions. There will also be eight Bulldog games that air on KTKC and six Lady Techster games that air on KJVC during the WAC portion of the schedule (see complete radio schedule on next page). Dave Nitz begins his 37th year as the Voice of the Bulldog basketball team and has broadcast more than 2,000 Louisiana Tech sporting events since joining

Facebook – Louisiana Tech athletics has its own Facebook page that updates daily with all of the latest information on the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters. Like us at www.facebook.com/LATechAthletics.

Primary Media

Newspaper Contact Address Ruston Daily Leader O.K. “Buddy” Davis 208 West Park Ave., Ruston, LA 71270 The News-Star Ethan Conley 411 North 4th St., Monroe, LA 71210 The Shreveport Times Jimmy Watson P.O. Box 30222, Shreveport, LA 71130-0222 Alexandria Town Talk Bob Tompkins P.O. Box 7558, Alexandria, LA 71306 Times-Picayune Ted Lewis 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140 Morning Advocate Butch Muir 525 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge, LA 70821 El Dorado News-Times Tony Burns P.O. Box 119, El Dorado, AR 71730 Minden Press-Herald Greg Parks P.O. Box 1339, Minden, LA 71058 The Tech Talk Sports Editor Louisiana Tech University P.O. Box 10258, Ruston, LA 71272 The Morning Paper Sports Editor 111 East Mississippi Ave., Ruston, LA 71270

Phone Fax (318) 255-4353 (318) 255-4006 1-800-259-7788 (318) 362-0279 (318) 362-0267 1-800-462-6436 (318) 459-3301 (318) 487-6351 (318) 487-6315 (504) 826-3402 (504) 826-3401 1-800-960-6397 (225) 388-0318 (225) 383-1111 (870) 862-6611 (870) 862-5226 (318) 377-1866 (318) 377-1895 (318) 257-4946 (318) 257-4558

Email odavis@aol.com etconley@thenewsstar.com

(318) 255-3747

john@windsong.net

(318) 255-2840

jimwatson@gannett.com btompkins@thetowntalk.com tlewis@timespicayune.com bmuir@theadvocate.com tburns@eldoradonews.com gparks@press-herald.com ttalk@latech.edu

Television KNOE-TV (CBS) Aaron Dietrich P. O. Box 4067, Monroe, LA 71211 (318) 388-8888 (318) 325-3405 aaron.dietrich@knoe.com KTVE-TV (NBC) Gene Ponti 200 Pavilion Road, West Monroe, LA 71292 (318) 323-1972 (318) 807-0588 gponti@nbc10news.net KTAL-TV (NBC) Brandon Dunn 3150 North Market St., Shreveport, LA 71107 (318) 629-6000 (318) 425-2488 bdunn@ktalnews.tv KSLA-TV (CBS) Colin McElroy 1812 Fairfield, Shreveport, LA 71101 (318) 222-1212 (318) 677-6705 cmcelroy@ksla.com KTBS-TV (ABC) Tim Fletcher 312 E. Kings Hwy., Shreveport, LA 71104 (318) 861-5880 (318) 862-9431 tfletcher@ktbs.com Radio KXKZ-FM Sean Fox P. O. Box 430, Ruston, LA 71273 (318) 255-5000 (318) 255-5084 seanfox@espn 977.com KLPI-FM Sports/News Dir. Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA 71272 (318) 257-3697 (318) 257-5073 “Voice of the Bulldogs” Dave Nitz 9007 Watchwood, Haughton, LA 71037 (318) 560-3389 (318) 636-5670 d_nitz@hotmail.com

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2012-13 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Radio Schedule Date Game Time Stations Nov. 9 @ Texas A&M 7 p.m. KXKZ Nov. 14 vs. UALR 7 p.m. KXKZ Nov. 18 vs. Troy TBA KXKZ Nov. 19 vs. SE Missouri State TBA ESPN Nov. 20 @ Tennessee-Chattanooga TBA KXKZ Nov. 24 vs. ULM 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Nov. 28 vs. Southeastern LA 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Nov. 30 @ Georgia State 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Dec. 4 @ Northwestern State 7:30 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Dec. 8 vs. Southern Miss 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Dec. 12 @ McNeese State TBA KXKZ, KJVC Dec. 17 @ UALR TBA KXKZ, KJVC Dec. 29 vs. Denver 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Dec. 31 vs. New Mexico State 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Jan. 5 @ Texas-Arlington 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Jan. 10 @ Texas State TBA KXKZ, KJVC, KTKC Jan. 12 @ Texas-San Antonio 6 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Jan. 17 vs. Idaho 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Jan. 19 vs. Seattle 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC, KTKC Jan. 24 @ San Jose State 9 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC, KTKC Jan. 26 @ Utah State 8:05 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC, KTKC Feb. 2 vs. Texas-Arlington 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Feb. 7 vs. Texas-San Antonio 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Feb. 9 vs. Texas State 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC, KTKC Feb. 14 @ Seattle 9 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC, KTKC Feb. 16 @ Idaho 9:05 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Feb. 20 vs. Central Baptist 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC Feb. 28 vs. Utah State 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC March 2 vs. San Jose State 7 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC March 7 @ New Mexico State 8 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC, KTKC March 9 @ Denver 6 p.m. KXKZ, KJVC, KTKC March 12-16 WAC Tournament TBA KXKZ, KJVC KXKZ = 107.5 FM (Ruston) ESPN = 97.7 FM (Ruston) KPCH = 99.3 FM (Ruston) KJVC = 92.7 (Mansfield) KTKC = 92.9 (Springhill)

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ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS in whose honor or memory a scholarship has been established. The financial boost provided by these endowed scholarships is critical to maintaining a successful athletics program.

Shannon Babineaux

Leon Barmore

Leamon Best

Terry Bradshaw

Dr. Billy Bundrick

John Cassibry

Tommy Joe Eagles

Hoss Garrett

Bob & Brenda Haley

Robert Hayes, Jr.

Mrs. Jeanette Hinckley

Justin Hinckley

Dr. Guthrie Jarrell

Maxie Lambright

Karl Malone

Robert “Bob” May

Virginia Lomax Marbury

William Ardis Marbury, Jr.

James Robert Michael

Jimmy Mize

Jackie Moreland

Pat Patterson

Jim Rivers

Mike Sorenson

Wayne Smith

Matt Stover

W.H. “Eva” Talbot

Mrs. Leu Wilder

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A number of student-athletes attend Louisiana Tech as a result of endowed athletic scholarships, which have been established as a means of supporting intercollegiate athletics. Tech athletics would like to thank and recognize the following individuals who have established scholarships to benefit athletics or

Dr. William M. Wilder

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Special thanks to these premier-level LTAC members who through their generous support elevate Tech Athletics.

Charter

Warren and Dottie Daniel

Charles and Carolyn Ashley

Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Paschal

Fred and Pamela Dean

Mr. William C. Bailey Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Patterson

Mr. and Mrs. Terry O. Ewing

Kerry and Jennifer Banks

Ken and Claudia Prather

Wayne and Carolyn Fleming

Ronnie and Renee’ Barnett

John and Stacee Priddy

Genesis Crude Oil, L.P.

Mr. John B. Barr

Stanley and Judy Read

Dr. and Mrs. James D. Green

Don and Kay Baxter

Mrs. Caroline W. Reaves

Dr. and Mrs. Marvin T. Green Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Major E. Blair

David and Emily Rentrop

Mr. Robert B. Grimes

Blessey Marine Services, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Colin K. Ringle

Dr. and Mrs. Leslie K. Guice

Mr. and Mrs. Carrol W. Cochran

River Region Health System

Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Haley

Mr. and Mrs. Nolan B. Coleman

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Roberson Jr.

Jeff and Pam Hawley

John and Margaret Collins

Doug and Susan Rogers

Nathan and Alicia Hendricks

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Cowan

Ruston Lincoln CVB

Mr. Jerry L. Hudson

Mr. Charles G. Coyle

Chris and Laurie Anne Scott

Gene and Lynda Land

Travis and Kitty DeFreese

Andy and Kathy Shealy

Mr. and Mrs. John E. McKinney

Delek Marketing & Supply

Mickey and Patty Slaughter

Mr. Lomax B. Napper

Mike and Rebecca DiCarlo

Drs. Tommy and Nancy Smith

Mr. David C. O’Neal

Howard and Judy Doughty

Lt. Col. Richard D. Snook

Phillip and Melanie Parker

Brennan and Rhonda Easley

Mr. Patrick J. Spell

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Phillips

Jack and Coni Fisher

Ms. Corre A. Stegall

Michael D. and Kelly Quarles

Mrs. Mary M. Green

Gary and Janice Stroud

Mr. Robert N. Renicker

Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin P. Haley

Mr. Terry L. Traylor

Chris and Anne Richardson

Mr. Gregory G. Hall

Bruce and Debbie Van De Velde

Mr. and Mrs. W. Bradford Rockwell

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy M. Harrison

Wal-Mart Store #23

Skip and Carolyn Russell

Hercules Transport, Inc.

Ken and Dawn Ward

Ted and Lynn Sanderlin

Ms. Roberta Green Hinton

Tucker and Jane Watts

Mr. and Mrs. O. Leo Sanford

Larry and Gail Hobbs

Ray and Kim Weaver

Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith Jr.

Robert E Holladay IV, M.D.

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Wilson

Terry and Lou Snook

Mayor and Mrs. Dan Hollingsworth

Mr. Thomas B. Wilson Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Spruell

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hoogland

Ernest and Andrea Young

Mr. Joel G. Taylor

Mrs. Melba J. Jones

Mrs. Lou K. Taylor

Jared and Heather Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Youngblood

Mr. Steven M. Thurmon

Louisiana Cat

Mr. Charles G. Tullis

Rusty and Danna Mabry

President

Dr. and Mrs. Simeon H. Wall

Mr. O. Landon Miles III

Michael and Karlin Young

Clay and Laurie Mitchell

John and JoAnn Allen APi Group, Inc. Argent Financial Group Community Trust Bank Lawrence J. Danna, MD Mr. Russell A. Friedrich and Dr. Marsha Friedrich Mr. Clint J. Gebhardt Justin and Jeanette Hinckley Mr. and Mrs. James C. Love III Dave and Jane Matthiesen Mr. Johnny Maxwell Mrs. Mildred T. McGehee Coach and Mrs. James W. Mize National Jewelry Company, Inc. Gary and Rachel Patterson Progressive Bank Ms. Deborah D. Rivers Mr. Steven W. Robinson and Mrs. Elizabeth Gillis-Robinson Mr. and Mrs. John C. Shealy Mr. Richard H. Shirley Jr. Tom and Gayle Singletary Mr. and Mrs. William R. Slack Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Manco L. Snapp Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. “Bud” Storer Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Terrill Mr. Joel T. Trammell Perry and Ellen Watson Dr. and Mrs. William M. Wilder

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Aillet Eddie and Rhonda Anglin Bob and Marcia Basinger Mr. Vince “Mike” Biondo Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Byrd Jr. Mr. Randall V. Childress

Mr. Scott B. Moreland

Director

Glenn and Kitty Murphy

D. J. and Sandy Allen

Dr. and Mrs. C. Lawrence Neal

Joe and Candee Anderson

Northern Louisiana Medical Center

Mr. Jack E. Armstrong

Dr. and Mrs. Virgil Orr Wayne and Glenda Parker *membership as of October 22, 2012

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Bill Baldwin

George & Jean Baldwin

Jim & Dana Bernhard

Terry Bradshaw

Dr. William Bundrick

James Davison

Steve Davison

Todd Davison

Roy & Happi Dowling

Terry & Donna Ewing

Dr. R. Guthrie Jarrell

Volvo Rents

Billy & Millicent McConnell

Dan & Linda Reneau

John Rogers

Mike McCallister

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Team Tech 100 is a select group of supporters dedicated to changing the landscape of Louisiana Tech Athletics. A four-year financial commitment by these individuals and businesses allows Tech Athletics to make significant investments that directly impact winning. For complete information on becoming a part of Team Tech 100, please call Adam McGuirt at 318.255.7950.

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For over half a century, President Dan Reneau and Louisiana Tech University have shared a reputation for higher education excellence, leadership and performance that is unrivaled anywhere in the State of Louisiana. With a passion for service and a commitment to his University and its constituents, Dr. Reneau has become one of the most respected and admired educational leaders in the history of Louisiana higher education. Dr. Reneau’s many accomplishments at Louisiana Tech began with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 1963. He also earned a master’s degree from Tech in chemical engineering in 1964, followed by a doctorate from Clemson University in 1966. Dr. Reneau returned to Louisiana Tech in 1967 as an assistant professor of chemical engineering and quickly distinguished himself as a scholar and researcher. He has published over 80 technical papers in books and journals, edited five books, and attended over 100 international meetings and conferences. In 1972, Dr. Reneau was responsible for establishing Louisiana Tech’s Biomedical Engineering Department – one of the first of its kind in the United States. The department and its undergraduate curriculum became only the fifth program accredited in the nation. The Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. program was later awarded a Commendation of Excellence by the Louisiana Board of Regents. Dr. Reneau’s continued vision and leadership resulted in his appointment as Louisiana Tech’s Vice President of Academic Affairs in 1980. In this capacity, he served as chief academic officer to some 400 faculty housed in six colleges and three professional schools, offering 160 different degree programs. During his tenure, every major program with an accrediting agency was awarded accreditation. He was also instrumental in establishing Louisiana Tech’s Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science. On February 20, 1987, the Board of Trustees for State Colleges and Universities selected Dr. Reneau as the 13th President of Louisiana Tech University. While accomplishments have been many during Dr. Reneau’s tenure as President of Louisiana Tech, some of the most notable include the implementation of selective admissions, achievement of Division I-A football status, establishment of the Institute for Micromanufacturing (IfM), construction of a new state-of-the-art Biomedical Engineering facility, attainment of the Carnegie Research University/High Research Activity classification, and the establishment of a 50-acre research park between the Tech campus and downtown Ruston called Enterprise Campus. In 1995, Dr. Reneau was awarded the Distinguished Arthur T. Prescott Professorship in Engineering. In 1999, the Clemson Alumni Association, in conjunction with Clemson University, installed Dr. Reneau as an inaugural Alumni Fellow of the University. The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering selected Dr. Reneau as a 2000 AIMBE Fellow. In 2002, he was awarded the Newell Perry Award by the National

Federation of the Blind – the highest honor that is given by the National Federation of the Blind. In recent years, Dr. Reneau has led Louisiana Tech to the University of Louisiana System’s (ULS) highest graduation rate, highest retention rate, highest average freshman ACT score, and fastest time-to-completion rate for first-time baccalaureates as well as achieving record graduate enrollment and doctoral graduates. Dr. Reneau has led Louisiana Tech to a Tier One “National University” ranking by U.S. News & World Report, as well as a designation as an SREB Doctoral Four-Year 2 Research University, a Carnegie Foundation Research University with High Research Activity (RU/H) and a “statewide university” as defined by the Louisiana Board of Regents. Louisiana Tech has been ranked in the nation’s top 10 for graduating students with the least amount of debt for three consecutive years by U.S. News & World Report (2010, 2011 and 2012) and was the highest ranked Louisiana public university in mid-career median pay for graduates, according to PayScale. com (2010). Tech was also north Louisiana’s only public university to make the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. As he enters his 26th year as Louisiana Tech President, Dr. Dan Reneau continues to share his vision for moving Louisiana Tech forward and strengthen his commitment to serving the students and alumni of his University. Through Dr. Reneau’s leadership, Louisiana Tech University has transformed itself from an aspiring regional university into one of the state’s premier research institutions. Dr. Reneau is a native of Woodville, Mississippi and is married to the former Linda Digby of Bernice, whom he met as a student at Louisiana Tech. They have two children, John and Dana, who are also both Louisiana Tech alumni. John currently lives in Las Vegas and Dana lives in Baton Rouge with her husband, Jim Bernhard, and their two sons, Michael and Ben.


BRUCE VAN

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Joining Louisianan Tech University in the spring of 2008, Bruce Van De Velde became director of athletics on March 1, 2010 after serving as deputy director of athletics. During his initial months as director of athletics, Van De Velde led a national search and hired 2011 WAC Coach of the Year Sonny Dykes. Van De Velde also initiated the largest fund raising campaign in athletic department history in the Quest for Excellence, a $20 million initiative to raise private donations to enhance athletic facilities. A veteran administrator Van De Velde has a track record of operating programs with integrity and with the student athlete as the top priority. As director of athletics at three NCAA Division I institutions, those programs have achieved no major rule infractions. This past season Louisiana Tech student athletes achieved their highest graduation success rate in University history. With Louisiana Tech’s invitation to join Conference USA in 2013 Van De Velde and his administrative team have Louisiana Tech poised to reach its highest level of achievement. “This is the dawn of a new era for Louisiana Tech University and a goal we have worked very hard over the past several years to achieve,” said Tech President Dan Reneau. “I want to publically acknowledge the efforts of Bruce Van De Velde and his team, who were instrumental in telling our story and promoting our vision for the future of Louisiana Tech Athletics.” Van De Velde has more than two decades of experience at the Division I level as a senior administrator including the University of Oklahoma, University of Missouri, Kansas State University and Utah State University. Van De Velde also has a thorough understanding of coaches and the needs of student-athletes having served as an educator and coach early in his career. On the forefront of national service to intercollegiate athletics Van De Velde has served on numerous NCAA cabinets and committees including NCAA Football Issues Committee, NCAA Championship and Competition Cabinet and the Division IA Athletic Directors Executive Committee. During his tenure in the Big XII Conference he served on the Television Committee and the Conference Bowl Committee. “It is an honor to be the director of athletics at Louisiana Tech University,” Van De Velde said. “Our vision is to build a program to a level where we can be associated with universities that aspire to academic and athletic excellence at the highest level.” During his tenure Van De Velde has been instrumental in a number of accomplishments that have helped further the advancement of the University’s athletic department, including: * Leadership and strategic direction for Louisiana Tech’s invitation and transition to Conference USA from the Western Athletic Conference. * Developed and implemented the largest fund raising campaign in athletic department history. Quest for Excellence: The Campaign for Tech Athletics is a $20 million campaign to upgrade athletic facilities. * Reorganized annual giving program doubling the number of donors and increasing annual contributions to the program 140 percent; increased total contributions to intercollegiate athletics from $1.6 million in 2008 to $6 million in 2012. * Hired head football coach Sonny Dykes and head men’s basketball coach Michael White. * Upgraded ticket operations improving customer service, marketing by ecommerce and out bound sales capabilities by partnering with Ticketmaster and the Aspire Group and established a new record for football season ticket

sales. * Student-athlete graduate success rate of 71 percent in 2011 was the highest in the history of the university and one of the top graduation rates in the nation. All 16 sports programs were APR penalty free and eight programs achieved their highest APR in school history. In 2010, the Louisiana Tech athletic department was recognized nationally with the PRISM Award for excellence in athletics management under Van De Velde’s leadership. The athletic department was also honored with the Excellence in Management Cup by Texas A&M University for three consecutive years and won the NCAA Pack the House for the Western Athletic Conference five consecutive years for its marketing and promotions efforts for women’s basketball. Tech has also seen plenty of competitive success since Van De Velde’s arrival at Tech as the Bulldog football team captured the 2011 WAC championship and participated in the Poinsettia Bowl against 15th ranked TCU. The Bulldogs also captured its first bowl victory in more than 30 years with the 2008 Independence Bowl win over Northern Illinois. The Lady Techster basketball team won the 2009 and 2011 regular season Western Athletic Conference titles, and the 2010 WAC Tournament title while the women’s indoor and outdoor track and field teams won the 2009, 2010 and 2011 league titles. The Bulldog basketball team under the direction of first-year coach Mike White advanced to the program’s first ever WAC Tournament title game in 2011, defeating defending WAC Tournament champion Utah State and regular season WAC champion Nevada along the way. Numerous individual success stories have also occurred under his leadership including sprinter Antoinette Cobb earning the 2010 Honda Inspiration Award and catcher Clint Ewing becoming a finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award for their work both on the field of completion and in the classroom. In 2011, track star Chelsea Hayes earned the WAC’s Joe Kearney Award while shattering numerous school records and qualified for the United States Olympic team in the long jump. Prior to Louisiana Tech Van De Velde who has an extensive background in higher education fund raising served as a development consultant at the University of Missouri during their $100 million campaign and as Director of Athletics at Iowa State University.

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Van De Velde’s tenure at Iowa State University included an unprecedented five bowl appearances in six years and the highest national AP football poll ranking (9th) in school history. Iowa State’s 2001 average football attendance of 45,172 reached its highest watermark in 18 years. In 2002 and 2003, total football attendance exceeded 300,000; the most at ISU in two decades. The emergence of the Cyclone football program on a national stage with Van De Velde at the department helm was affirmed in 2002 when Iowa State was chosen to play No. 1 Florida State University in the Eddie Robinson Classic. During Van De Velde’s tenure at Iowa State, the men’s and women’s basketball teams won Big XII conference championships and participated in the 2001, 2002 and 2005 NCAA basketball tournaments. Van De Velde, with a track record for generating revenue, increased the total annual operating revenues for the Cyclone athletic department from $19.6 million to $30 million dollars over a five year period. Revenue generated from fundraising, ticket sales, marketing and corporate sponsorships, licensing, radio and television reached all-time highs during his tenure. In 2005, total fundraising increased from $4.85 million to $8.6 million and the annual giving achieved the highest membership total in its history with more than 6,000 donors participating and a record $4 million dollars in annual contributions. Under Van De Velde’s leadership, over 1,500 new donors joined the National Cyclone Club. Including capital project gifts, scholarship endowments and annual contributions, over $35 million dollars was raised during his tenure. Iowa State’s graduation rate of 89 percent for student-athletes who complete their eligibility was second in the Big XII Conference, and graduation rates for minority student-athletes more than tripled during Van De Velde’s tenure. In 2004-05, Iowa State was one of eight universities nationally to have its football team win a bowl game and have its men and women’s basketball teams participate in the NCAA tournament. The Sporting News in 2001 rated Iowa State as the seventh best athletic program among more than 115 NCAA Division I-A programs nationally. The ranking considered competitive success, graduation rates, fan support and NCAA compliance to determine national rank. During his time as athletic director at Utah State University, Van De Velde made his mark by hiring Stew Morrill as the head men’s basketball coach. Morrill has guided Utah State to nine straight postseason tournaments and is the most successful coach in the history of the Utah State program. While serving as the associate athletic director for football operations under legendary head coach Bill Snyder at Kansas State University, Van De Velde was part of the resurrection of Wildcat football in Manhattan as the program became a national power participating in five bowl games. Van De Velde was recipient of the Admiral U.S. Grant Sharp Award at the 1997 Holiday Bowl for his contributions to the Kansas State football team when the nationally ranked Wildcats finished with a 10-2 record. As the senior associate athletic for external affairs at the University of Oklahoma, Van De Velde served as a senior administrator for the athletic department and oversaw the areas of fundraising, marketing, corporate sponsorships, ticket sales, media relations and licensing. Van De Velde managed units that generated in excess of $35 million in annual revenues. Van De Velde directed the Campaign for Sooner Sports, a $100 million dollar capital campaign to fund facility improvements and scholarships. As associate athletic director for development at the University of Missouri, Van De Velde supervised a $50 million dollar capital campaign for facility improvements for the Sports Park at MU. Van De Velde received the General Robert Neyland Award from the National Football Foundation in 2005 for his service and contributions as an athletic director. Van De Velde currently serves on the 1A Athletic Directors Association Executive Committee and on the NCAA Football Issues Committee. He and his wife Debbie, who is a Kansas State alum and who serves as the development officer in the LA Tech College of Business, are the proud parents of 12-year-old daughter, Ashley who is entering the sixth grade.

MARY KAY

HUNGATE

Deputy Athletics Director/ Senior Woman Administrator Deputy Athletics Director and Senior Woman Administrator Mary Kay Hungate enters her 28th year as a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department and has proven to be an integral part in the emergence of the University’s programs on the playing fields and in the classroom. Not only does Hungate serve as the sports administrator for men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, softball, women’s tennis, women’s bowling and women’s volleyball, but she is also in charge of NCAA compliance for all of the university’s 16 NCAA sanctioned programs. As one of the top two ranking administrators in the Tech Athletics Department, Hungate is part of a senior staff that was instrumental in helping the University earn an invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1, 2013. In addition, Hungate and the current senior staff has also garnered a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Hungate serves a vital role in the hiring of coaches. Hungate proved instrumental in the decision by former Tech Kodak All-American and WNBA All-Star Teresa Weatherspoon - who played for Hungate in the late-80s - to return to Louisiana Tech in June of 2008. Weatherspoon was promoted to head coach in February of 2009 where she has led the program to a trifecta of Western Athletic Conference titles and two straight NCAA Tournament appearances. She also served as the point person in the hiring process of head women’s soccer coach Kevin Sherry. Sherry led the Lady Techster soccer team to four straight winning seasons (the first ones in program history), the program’s first ever WAC victories and its first appearance in the WAC Tournament in 2010. Another of Hungate’s responsibilities includes overseeing the academic side of the Tech athletics department, another area which has improved drastically as proven by the fact LA Tech’s graduation rate continues to be one of the highest in the state (Federal Graduation Report). This past year Tech student-athletes boasted an all-time high 72 percent four-year graduation success rate while a total of 92 studentathletes earned Academic All-WAC accolades. Tech football was recognized nationally with the Academic Achievement Award presented by the American Football Coaches Association while the Bulldog golf team earned an NCAA Public Recognition Award. For the fourth consecutive year, Louisiana Tech saw impressive improvements in the majority of its Academic Progress Rates (APR) as all 16 of its NCAA sanctioned programs are penalty free for the second consecutive year. Louisiana Tech saw nine of its programs record their highest multi-year APR scores ever while five registered their highest single year APR score ever. Four of the programs also earned a perfect 1,000 score on the single year rate. Hungate also plays an important role in LA Tech’s NCAA Certification process. As a member of the Steering Committee and the liaison between the athletic department and the University’s Self Study Committees, she provides the information needed for the committees to write their reports. In 2006, LA Tech completed its second NCAA Certification cycle and once again was certified without conditions. Hungate joined the Louisiana Tech staff in 1985 as an assistant women’s basketball coach and remained in that role for five years. During that time, the Lady Techsters participated in four Final Fours and won the NCAA National Championship in 1988. In 1990, Hungate made a move out of coaching and became as-


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LIBERATOS

Faculty Athletics Representative

Dr. James Liberatos enters his 15th year as faculty athletics representative for Louisiana Tech University. Since arriving at Tech in 1989, Liberatos has been responsible for so much more than just molding young minds as a professor of biology. In 1996, he was named a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Council and in 1998 was elevated to chair of the council. Also in 1998, Liberatos started serving as chair of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Hall of Fame. As faculty representative, Liberatos has been designated by the university to serve as a liaison between the institution and the athletics department, and also as a representative of the institution in conference and NCAA affairs. He does so to ensure that the academic institution establishes and maintains the appropriate balance between academics and intercollegiate athletics. In 2002, Liberatos gained even more responsibilities as he was named dean of the College of Applied and Natural Sciences. A native of Charleston, South Carolina, Liberatos earned a bachelor of science in biology from the College of Charleston in 1980. He continued his education at Florida State University earning a master’s in science in 1982 and a PHD in biology in 1986. Liberatos is an avid swimmer who also enjoys fishing. He and his wife Beth have been married since 1988 and have two sons, Jim and Nicholas who both attend Louisiana Tech.

Leah



Beasley

Associate A.D./Marketing and Game Management

Leah Beasley enters her eighth year as a member of the Louisiana Tech athletics department staff, including her first as associate athletics director in charge of marketing and game management. Beasley has spent the past six years as the assistant athletics director but received a title promotion this past summer. Some of Beasley’s responsibilities include game management supervision, coordinating the booking of many of the halftime activities for Tech home events, serving as the main liaison between the Tech athletics department and the Tech student body and faculty and staff, as well as working closely with many of the coaches for marketing ideas for their programs. During her time at Louisiana Tech, Beasley has proven her merit as she has been directly and indirectly associated with numerous department awards. Since its inception by the NCAA in 2007, Beasley has taken the lead on Louisiana Tech’s participation in the NCAA’s Pack the House Challenge - a marketing promotion geared towards increasing the awareness of women’s basketball across the country. Beasley’s creative marketing campaigns have helped LA Tech earn the top spot among the Western Athletic Conference schools for five straight years, making it the only program in the country to win it every time for their respective league. Her 2010 NCAA Pack the House marketing campaign of “Cage the Tigers” won the bronze award given out by NACDA for the Best Single Day Attendance Promotion. The past two years, Beasley’s 2011 NCAA Pack the House marketing campaign of “FAIR-well Fresno” and “FAIR-well Fresno State: The Rematch” drew crowds of more than 7,000 fans to the Thomas Assembly Center as promotions included a real live Fair with carnival rides and food outside the Thomas Assembly Center. Beasley has also been a part of a staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 the past three years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Beasley also served as the athletic department’s point person for Bulldogs Tackling Breast Cancer, a fundraiser started by Dr. Allison Dooley, wife of former LA Tech AD and head football coach Derek Dooley in 2007. During its five years, this fundraising campaign raised more than $50,000 for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Foundation in northeast Louisiana. This past year, Beasley was instrumental in the inaugural Wiggin’ Out Dinner as Tech Athletics teamed up with the Northern Louisiana Medical Center and The Minute Magazine to raise money for the battle against breast cancer. The event, held in conjunction with the Bulldogs Tackling Breast Cancer initiative, helped raise funds for women across northern Louisiana unable to purchase wigs while undergoing radiation and chemotherapy treatments. Beasley also serves on several campus and conference committees, including the WAC’s Championships Committee and Game Management Committee, and the University’s Marketing Advisory Board, Spirit Squad Committee and Traditions Committee. She is also the WAC’s representative to NACMA. Beasley lettered for four years at Louisiana Tech as an outfielder on the Lady Techster softball team, earning Academic all-WAC honors every season and earning all-America Scholar Athlete awards two seasons. The Ruston native earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing in May of 2005 and her master’s degree in marketing in August 2006.

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sistant athletics director for academics and compliance as well as senior woman administrator. One of Hungate’s early accomplishments as assistant director of athletics was the creation of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Academic Center program. Hungate has served terms on the NCAA Division I Academics/ Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet, the NCAA Division I Interpretations/Legislative Review Subcommittee, the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators Wade Trophy Selection Committee and as an NCAA Peer Reviewer. She has also served on the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Issues Committee since 2004. She currently serves on the Western Athletic Conference Council, the Conferences’ Legislative Review Committee, the Finance Committee and the Code Book Committee. In addition, along with Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde, she represents the athletics department as an ex-officio member of the LA Tech Athletics Council. Hungate’s professional career began as Women’s Sports Coordinator and head volleyball, head basketball and head softball coach at Illinois’ Carl Sandburg Junior College. She spent four seasons at the college where she guided the basketball team to a mark of 80-22 which included an 11th place finish in the 1976 NJCAA national tournament. In 1978 Hungate took over the head coaching position at Richwoods High School in Peoria, Ill., and quickly compiled one of the top prep coaching records in the nation. During her seven seasons at Richwoods High School, Hungate’s team ran up an impressive record of 195-13, including a state-record 63 consecutive victories. Hungate was named the National Coach of the Year by USA Today in 1985. Before coming to Louisiana Tech, Hungate amassed a career coaching record of 275-35.

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Butler

Associate A.D./Media Relations

Malcolm Butler begins his 14th year in the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department, his sixth as the associate athletic director in charge of media relations. A 1994 graduate of the Louisiana Tech journalism department, Butler joined the athletic department in July of 1999 as the assistant athletic media relations director. Butler was then promoted to director four months later and served in that capacity until the fall of 2007 when he was promoted to associate athletic director. The Ruston native is in charge of media relations for women’s basketball, softball and men’s golf and also serves as the secondary contact for football while overseeing the daily operations for the entire department. During his time at Louisiana Tech, Butler has been instrumental in promoting numerous high-profile student-athletes. He has also worked closely with a number of highly-successful head coaches, including 4-time Hall of Famer Leon Barmore, current Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley and current Lady Techster women’s basketball coach Teresa Weatherspoon. Over the course of his tenure, Louisiana Tech’s Media Relations Department has proven to be one of the best in the state of Louisiana. Over the past 11 years, members of the Tech media relations department have won a total of 37 awards at the annual Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA) state SID contest -- the second most behind only LSU. During that same period of time, Butler has garnered 24 of those awards which is second most among all state SIDs behind only LSU Associate Athletics Director Michael Bonnette (26). Butler is part of a senior staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. He was instrumental in forming the partnership between Louisiana Tech and CBS College Sports in the fall of 2007 in the redesign and hosting of the athletic departments website, www.latechsports.com. The website has undergone two redesigns since the inaugural release. As part of the agreement with CBS College Sports, a new webstreaming platform - LA Tech All-Access was created - which allows fans from all over the world to watch live streams of almost all of the university’s home athletic events. LA Tech All-Access annually streams more than 125 live events. Butler has served as the host media coordinator for three NCAA Women’s Basketball First- and Second-Round sites hosted by Louisiana Tech (2000, 2001 and 2003) while also serving as the host media coordinator for the 2008 WAC Baseball Championships hosted by Louisiana Tech at J.C. Love Field in Ruston. In addition to his media relations responsibilities, Butler has served as the radio broadcaster for the nationally-prominent Louisiana Tech Lady Techster basketball team for the past 13 years, including the past 12 as the play-by-play announcer. During that time, he has broadcast more than 350 women’s basketball games - including 15 NCAA Tournament games. He has also broadcast in excess of 100 softball games, including four in the 2008 NCAA Tournament, and served as the color commentator on numerous Bulldog football and basketball broadcasts. Butler is the host of Inside Tech Basketball with Teresa Weatherspoon, a 30-minute radio show. Butler implemented a fundraising campaign for his department in the fall of 2007 and since that time it has raised over $30,000, which has been used to purchase additional equipment, software and other essentials within the media relations department.

He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA), United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) and Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).

Marie

Gilbert Associate A.D./ Chief Financial Officer

Marie Gilbert enters her 28th year at Louisiana Tech and her fifth as associate athletics director and chief financial officer in the athletics department. Gilbert is responsible for the day-today business operations of the athletic department, including overseeing the individual budgets for 16 varsity sports, monitoring athletic funds of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Foundation, serving as liaison with the university’s business offices and supervising the athletic ticket office. She is part of a senior staff at LA Tech that was instrumental in the University’s invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1, 2013. She has also been actively involved in numerous initiatives to enhance the athletics department, including signing new agreements with companies such as Learfield, the Aspire Group, Ticketmaster and Pepsi. The hard work and vision of that same senior staff has led to numerous national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/ client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Gilbert previously served as the budget manager for the College of Engineering for six years where she had similar duties. She was also in the College of Liberal Arts as the dean’s assistant handling day-to-day business in the office while working with budget planning for the year. In 2002, she received the Distinctive Professional Performance and Conduct Award from the Institute of Micromanufacturing at Louisiana Tech. Gilbert has earned two degrees from Louisiana Tech University and completed a master’s certificate in technical writing. She is a current member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA). She is also actively involved in the American Cancer Society and serves as the chair for the Relay for Life Luminaria Service. She is on the Executive Committee for the ACS Relay for Life in Lincoln Parish and serves as the budget manager for the Relay. Gilbert and her husband, Tim, reside in Bossier with their four dogs.

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White

Associate A.D./External Affairs Brian White enters his first season at Louisiana Tech as associate athletic director for external affairs. White works closely with the unit heads of development, marketing, media relations and the ticket office coordinating all external affairs for the department. White supervises the sports of men’s golf and baseball and assists the athletic director in football administration and scheduling. White also coordinates all activities for the department with multimedia rights holder Learfield and Louisiana Tech Sports Properties as well as the Aspire Group for ticket sales. Before coming to Louisiana Tech, White spent over three and a half


Lisa

Merritt

Assistant A.D./Academic Affairs Lisa Merritt enters her sixth year as a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department serving as assistant athletics director for academics. Merritt joined the athletics department after serving for 11 years in the LA Tech speech department with her husband Kevin where she taught speech classes while serving as an academic advisor for students majoring in speech communication. She is a member of a senior staff at Tech that was instrumental in the University receiving an invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1, 2013. Since joining the Tech athletics department, Merritt has helped the University’s student-athletes excel in the classroom as proven by the fact LA Tech’s graduation rate continues to be one of the highest in the state (Federal Graduation Report). This past year Tech student-athletes boasted an all-time high 72 percent four-year graduation success rate while a total of 92 studentathletes earned Academic All-WAC accolades. Tech football was recognized nationally with the Academic Achievement Award presented by the American Football Coaches Association while the Bulldog golf team earned an NCAA Public Recognition Award. For the fourth consecutive year, Louisiana Tech saw impressive improvements in the majority of its Academic Progress Rates (APR) as all 16 of its NCAA sanctioned programs are penalty free for the second consecutive year. Louisiana Tech saw nine of its programs record their highest multi-year APR scores ever while five registered their highest single year APR score ever. Four of the programs also earned a perfect 1,000 score on the single year rate. Tech’s student-athletes also show incredible diversity when it comes to majors as each of the University’s five colleges and virtually every degree program on campus boast at least one Tech student-athlete. In her current role, Merritt oversees the student-athletes’ academic progress and success while advising them regarding class schedules and degree plans, monitoring eligibility status and providing general academic guidance. Merritt also runs the athletic academic center, provides “Life Skills”

seminars for student-athletes, meets with prospective recruits and serves as faculty advisor for SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee). SAAC is a pro-active group of student-athletes communicating views or comments on WAC and NCAA rules and governance, which helps to ensure academic and athletic excellence for all student-athletes. Members of SAAC are also active in various community service projects such as hosting an annual Halloween carnival as well as serving as greeters for the annual St. Jude’s Radiothon, participating in the Big Event, and supporting the WAC’s charity of choice. Merritt oversees and reviews the advising process to ensure compliance with both university and NCAA policies and serves as a liaison between faculty and coaches, as well as speaks at “New Faculty Orientation” each fall and during the year to the University Senate. She also meets recruits and their families to describe the college experience and how it will affect the student-athlete. Merritt earned her bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics in 1991 and master’s in speech communication consultancy in 1994 both from Oklahoma State University. She and her husband taught conversational English in Kyoto, Japan, for one year before coming to Louisiana Tech. Outside of work, Merritt is a huge health and fitness buff who loves cycling (road and mountain), running and swimming. In 2002, Merritt and her husband completed the Florida Ironman Triathlon. Merritt and her husband Kevin reside in Ruston and have an eightyear old daughter named Maisie and toddler named Ivy.

Doug

Sutherland Assistant A.D./Ticket Operations

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years at IMG College (formerly ISP Sports) at the University of Arkansas (Razorback Sports Properties) and at the University of California Berkeley (Cal Sports Properties), initially as an account executive before being promoted to a senior account executive. While at IMG College, White was charged with growing revenue through corporate sponsorship sales of multimedia assets. In his first year with Cal Sports Properties, White achieved a sales number equivalent to 275 percent of his personal sales goal. In both years at the University of Arkansas, White surpassed his individual and property sales goals. While pursuing his undergraduate and graduate degrees, White gained valuable experiences through various internships working for the IMG College Corporate Office, Ohio University Athletics, Arizona State University Athletics and the NCAA Headquarters. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame in 2006 and a master’s in business administration from Ohio University in 2008. White comes from a family entrenched in intercollegiate athletics. His father, Kevin, is director of athletics at Duke while his brother, Danny, is director of athletics at Buffalo. His brother, Michael, is the head men’s basketball coach at Louisiana Tech.

Doug Sutherland enters his first year as the assistant athletics director in charge of ticket operations at Louisiana Tech University after joining the athletic department staff in July of 2012. Sutherland brings a wealth of experience to the position after spending the past nine years in a variety of ticketing roles at some of the top AQ programs in the country, including Florida, Ohio State, Miami and USF. In addition to the normal day-to-day responsibilities of the ticket office, Sutherland will coordinate all marketing and sales efforts with The Aspire Group, will coordinate game day staffing for ushers, ticket takers and sales staff, will oversee the Ticketmaster system and will coordinate donor tickets and seating with the Foundation and LTAC. He will also work closely with the business office setting revenue goals and balancing accounts as well as overseeing the annual audit. Sutherland comes to Ruston after spending more than two years at the University of Florida where he served as the student ticket supervisor before he was promoted to the assistant director of ticket operations. During his time in Gainesville, he oversaw the distribution and administration of all UF student tickets, assisted in the daily management of ticket office operation including overseeing staff and creation of seasons/ events in the Ticketmaster/Archtics system. He also supervised ticket operations for volleyball and lacrosse including NCAA post-season events and was a member of the Athletic Association’s Annual Plan Committee. The Laurel, Delaware native also spent time as the director of athletic ticket operations at the University of Miami (2009) and as the assistant director of athletic ticket operations at USF (2007-09) during a time that saw football ticket revenues exceed its goal by $2 million dollars. At Ohio State University he started as a sports programs associate in the ticket office in August of 2004 before being promoted to the assistant director of ticket operations less than a year later. Previous to Ohio State he had the opportunity to intern for the New Orleans Hornets and a year in the UCF ticket office (2003-2004) as an intern where he started his career in college athletics. He earned his bachelor’s degree in forest resources and conservation from Florida in 2001 and then earned a pair of master’s degrees in

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sports business management as well as business administration from UCF in 2004.

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Mason

Ellenberger General Manager/ LA Tech Sports Properties

Mason Ellenberger serves as General Manager for LA Tech Sports Properties, the Ruston-based entity designed to oversee all aspects of the 10-year partnership between the University and the collegiate marketer Learfield Sports. At LA Tech, Ellenberger is responsible for spearheading all elements of the relationship between LA Tech and Learfield Sports, which was announced in late July 2008 and includes managing and selling multimedia and sponsorship rights for the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters. Ellenberger is also responsible for all aspects of the LA Tech Sports Network which broadcasts over 250 Louisiana Tech games, daily shows and coach’s shows throughout the year. During the 2009-10 athletic season, Ellenberger and his team at LA Tech Sports Properties were recognized as the #1 new growth property in the Learfield Sports portfolio. In Ellenberger’s previous role as the Team Sports Marketing Manager for Alltel Wireless, he led Alltel’s strategic team sports marketing efforts in the United States. He oversaw the national promotions and activation of the sponsorship stable owned by Alltel Wireless in the US including the professional and collegiate sponsorships. Prior to his years at Alltel, Ellenberger spent the previous 13 years in strategic sales leadership, sports marketing and public relations roles in the telecommunications and entertainment industries. The Birmingham, Ala. native has served on numerous endowment boards and board of directors for sports and education organizations including Pagnozzi Charities and the Arkansas Aeronautical Education Center. He has been honored by White House Communications Agency for providing critical communications for the President of the Unites States and White House Staff. Ellenberger holds a BBA and MBA in Marketing both of which he graduated Summa cum Laude. Ellenberger is also an Eagle Scout and a long-time supporter of the Boy Scouts of America. He is married to the former Wanda Jackson from Mobile, Ala., and the couple has two sons, James and Hunter and reside in Ruston.

Ryan

Gottlieb

Manager/Aspire at Louisiana Tech Ryan Gottlieb is entering his second year as the manager of the Aspire Group’s Louisiana Tech Fan Relationship Management Center (FRMC) which services Louisiana Tech University Athletics. Ryan’s responsibilities include overseeing the FRMC, which is a third-party ticketing sales and service initiative whose primary objective is generating new ticket sales revenue and growth across all sectors, including full and partial season plans, group tickets, improved customer retention and ensuring excellent customer service. Ryan joined the Aspire Group in the Georgia Tech FRMC in August of 2009 as a part-time sales consultant. By Thanksgiving of that year, the University of South Carolina graduate was already among the leaders in Men’s Basketball Season ticket sales and was therefore promoted to a full-time position. In March of 2010, the Atlanta native was promoted again, this time to a Senior Sales Consultant where he led GA Tech in new season ticket sales for 2010-11

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Men’s Basketball as well as 2011 Football. As one of the leaders at the GA Tech Center from 2009-2011, Gottlieb played an integral role in hiring, training and mentoring numerous team members, while maintaining his “top of the board” sales productivity.

Adam

McGuirt

Director of Athletic Advancement Adam McGuirt enters his sixth year with the Louisiana Tech Athletics family as the Director of Athletic Advancement, working in the Division of University Advancement. At Louisiana Tech, McGuirt is responsible for all areas of athletic development, including donor relations and all aspects of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Club (LTAC). During his previous five years at LA Tech, McGuirt has been instrumental in helping more than double the number of LTAC members which has resulted in a large increase in private donations. McGuirt also works closely with the Alumni Association in the development and implementation of events for alumni and friends throughout the state of Louisiana and surrounding areas. McGuirt has also been a part of a staff at LA Tech that helped the University receive an invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1, 2013. That same staff has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/ client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. A native of Shreveport, McGuirt graduated from Louisiana Tech in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. McGuirt is married to April, and the couple has three daughters: Lily, Sophie and Emily.

Tommy

Sisemore Director of Facilities

Tommy Sisemore is one of the longest tenured employees in the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department beginning his 33rd year at the University, his 16th as director of athletic facilities. Some of Sisemore’s varied duties include serving as travel coordinator and business manager for the football team, handling all aspects of team travel, including hotel, food and travel arrangements. Sisemore also handles all the financial expenses incurred in the travel process. Sisemore is part of an administrative staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Prior to working in the athletic department, Sisemore spent 17 years working in the Louisiana Tech Physical Plant. Sisemore and his wife Stephanie, who is a Louisiana Tech graduate, are the proud parents of two daughters, Jessica and Anna-Claire.


Michael Barnett Equipment Department Assoc.

Leah Beasley Associate A.D./ Marketing

Diane Boyce G.A./Sports Medicine

Keith Bunch Assistant A.D./ Sport Medicine

Malcolm Butler Associate A.D./ Media Relations

Michele Dummett Assoc. Head Athletic Trainer

Mason Ellenberger

Brent Gallagher Aspire-Account Executive

Kelly Gayman Assistant Athletic Trainer

Marie Gilbert Associate A.D./ CFO

Ryan Gottlieb Manager-FRMC Aspire

Damon Harrington

Assistant A.D./ Strength & Cond.

Bradly Herman Student Success Specialist

Jessica Hulderman

Mary Kay Hungate

Senior Deputy A.D./SWA

Adam Hymel G.A./Strength & Conditioning

Sandra Kane Assistant/NCAA Compliance

Leslie Kiletico FB Recruiting Office Coordinator

Laura Kneiss Marketing & Promotions Assoc.

Janel Lee G.A./Video Operations

Logan Lewis Aspire-Account Executive

Ryan Lueken G.A./Sports Medicine

Josh McDaniel Multimedia Services Manager

Kane McGuire Media Relations Assistant

Adam McGuirt

Hunter McWilliams

Lisa Merritt Assistant A.D./ Academics

Office Coordinator/ WBB & Soccer

Brenda Milton

Aya Morioka G.A./Sports Medicine

Andrea Nieman LTS Properties/ Account Exec.

Jacob Peeler G.A./Football

Dana Pettit Accounting Technician

Office Coordinator/ MBB & Volleyball

Rene Puckett

Jason Russell Intern/Strength & Conditioning

Tommy Sisemore Director of Facilities

Doug Sutherland Assistant A.D./ Ticket Operations

Kim Tanner Office Coordinator/ Facilities, SB, Bsbl

Anna Claire Thomas

Chris Vaszily

Patrick Walsh Assoc. Media Relations Dir.

Justin Wheeler G.A./Sports Medicine

Brian White Associate A.D./ External Affairs

Justin Argenal Director of Ops. Men’s Basketball

Kerry Connor Head Equipment Manager

Jeff Cummings

Bill Graham Coordinator/ Special Events

Thomas Graham G.A./Football

Lori Hamilton Assitant to the A.D.

Ed Jackson Assistant A.D./

Michael Judd G.A./Sports Medicine

Brian Mackay

Player Development

Director of Ops./ Women’s Basketball

Media Relations Assistant

Ticket Operations Associate

Director of Player Development

Coordinator of Athletic Advancement

G.M./LTS Properties

LTAC Director

G.A./Football

Intern/Sports Medicine

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Tyson Baldwin

Madeline Allen Aspire-Senior Account Exec.

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Dr. Marvin Green Alumni Rep.

Dr. Les Guice

Mary Kay Hungate Ex-Officio

Dr. James Liberatos Chairman

Lisa Cole

Steve Davison

William Dearmon SGA President

Dr. Sean Dwyer

Dr. Guthrie Jarrell Alumni Rep.

Dr. Terri McConathy

Sam Speed

Donna Thomas

Bruce Van De Velde Ex-officio

Sarah Dawson Softball

Adriano De Souza Volleyball

Sonny Dykes Football

Shawn Jackson Bowling

Jeff Parks Golf

HEAD & ASSISTANT COACHES

Kevin Sherry Soccer

Wade Simoneaux Baseball

Gary Stanley Track & Field

Teresa Weatherspoon Women’s Basketball

Mike White Men’s Basketball

Fran Anderman Baseball

Isaac Brown Men’s Basketball

Larry Carmichael Track & Field

Sara Carter Women’s Basketball

Marcella Cunha Volleyball

Kevin Curtis Football

Sten Eggen Football

Tony Franklin Football

Pierre Ingram Football

Shawn Jackson Track & Field

Derrick Jones Men’s Basketball

Binni Keleta Soccer

Brad Kerr Softball

Rob Koonz Football

Rob Likens Football

Dusty May Men’s Basketball

Kat McCullough Soccer

Amber Miles Softball

Pete Perot Football

Brad Pullin Golf

Brian Rountree Baseball

Courtney Simmons Women’s Basketball

Tommy Spangler Football

Mark Tommerdahl Football

Justin Wickard Track & Field


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2012-13 Bulldog Schedule

10.25 Arkansas-Monticello (Exh.) 7:30 p.m.

12.12

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McNeese State

7:00 p.m.

02.09 Texas State *

7:00 p.m.

11.02 Southern Arkansas (Exh.) 7:00 p.m.

12.17

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UALR

7:00 p.m.

02.14

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Seattle *

9:00 p.m.

11.09

8:00 p.m.

12.29 Denver *

7:00 p.m.

02.16

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Idaho *

9:05 p.m.

7:00 p.m.

12.31 New Mexico State *

7:00 p.m.

02.20 Central Baptist

7:00 p.m.

01.05

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UT Arlington *

7:00 p.m.

02.28 Utah State *

7:00 p.m.

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Texas A&M

11.14 UALR

CBE Hall of Fame Classic

11.18

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Troy

4:00 p.m.

01.10

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Texas State *

7:00 p.m.

03.02 San Jose State *

7:00 p.m.

11.19

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SEMO

3:30 p.m.

01.12

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UTSA *

6:00 p.m.

03.07

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New Mexico State *

8:00 p.m.

11.20

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Chattanooga

5:30 p.m.

01.17 Idaho *

6:00 p.m.

03.09

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Denver *

6:00 p.m.

11.24 Louisiana-Monroe

7:00 p.m.

01.19 Seattle *

7:00 p.m.

11.28 Southeastern Louisiana

7:00 p.m.

01.24

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San Jose State *

9:00 p.m.

03.12-16 TBD TBA

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11.30

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Georgia State

6:00 p.m.

01.26

Utah State *

8:05 p.m.

12.04

at

Northwestern State

7:30 p.m.

02.02 UT Arlington *

7:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m.

02.07 UTSA *

7:00 p.m.

12.08 Southern Miss

WAC Tournament

Home Games are in RED * Denotes Western Athletic Conference Game All Games are Central Time All Games, Dates and Times are subject to change


2012-13 Louisiana Tech Men's Basketball Media Guide