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2010-11 Lincoln Memorial Basketball Alphabetical Roster Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl Hometown Justin Allen G 6’3” 165 lbs. Jr. Lithonia, GA Brandon Armstrong G 6’1” 170 lbs. Jr. Decatur, GA Vincent Bailey F 6’6” 235 lbs. Fr. Jennings, FL Cam Carden G 6’2” 215 lbs. So. Clearwater, FL Dustin Craig F 6’6” 190 lbs. So. Knoxville, TN D’Mario Curry F 6’7” 180 lbs. Sr. Detroit, MI Farooq Davis G 6’0” 200 lbs. Fr. Indianapolis, IN Art Derico G 6’0” 220 lbs. So. Palm Bay, FL Darryl Garrett G 6’4” 200 lbs. Jr. Detroit, MI Desmond Johnson F 6’6” 210 lbs. Jr. Lynch, KY Chance Jones G 6’2” 190 lbs. Fr. Knoxville, TN Chase Jones G/F 6’5” 225 lbs. Fr. Knoxville, TN Wally Jones G 6’2” 190 lbs. So. Greensboro, NC Kierre Jordan G 5’10” 190 lbs. Sr. Atlanta, GA Tony Martin F 6’5” 235 lbs. Jr.. Cincinnati, OH Sheldon Oliver F 6’6” 230 lbs. Sr. Orlando, FL Keenan Peterson C 6’9” 225 lbs. Fr. College Park, GA Carlos Sanford G 5’11” 145 lbs. Jr.. Durham, NC Josh Stanley G 6’5” 205 lbs. Sr. Spartanburg, SC

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2010-11 Lincoln Memorial Basketball Numerical Roster Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl Hometown Kierre Jordan G 5’10” 190 lbs. Sr. Atlanta, GA Josh Stanley G 6’5” 205 lbs. Sr. Spartanburg, SC Justin Allen G 6’3” 165 lbs. Jr. Lithonia, GA D’Mario Curry F 6’7” 180 lbs. Sr. Detroit, MI Brandon Armstrong G 6’1” 170 lbs. Jr. Decatur, GA Art Derico G 6’0” 220 lbs. So. Palm Bay, FL Sheldon Oliver F 6’6” 230 lbs. Sr. Orlando, FL Chance Jones G 6’2” 190 lbs. Fr. Knoxville, TN Desmond Johnson F 6’6” 210 lbs. Jr. Lynch, KY Cam Carden G 6’2” 215 lbs. So. Clearwater, FL Wally Jones G 6’2” 190 lbs. So. Greensboro, NC Vincent Bailey F 6’6” 235 lbs. Fr. Jennings, FL Dustin Craig F 6’6” 190 lbs. So. Knoxville, TN Farooq Davis G 6’0” 200 lbs. Fr. Indianapolis, IN Carlos Sanford G 5’11” 145 lbs. Jr.. Durham, NC Darryl Garrett G 6’4” 200 lbs. Jr. Detroit, MI Keenan Peterson C 6’9” 225 lbs. Fr. College Park, GA Tony Martin F 6’5” 235 lbs. Jr.. Cincinnati, OH Chase Jones G/F 6’5” 225 lbs. Fr. Knoxville, TN


WELCOME / CONTENTS

LMU Men’s Basketball Quick Facts

School...............................................Lincoln Memorial University Founded .............................................................................. 1897 Location ............................................................... Harrogate, TN Enrollment ...........................................4,445 (Fall 2010 Figures) School Colors ..................................................... Blue and Gray Arena Name .................................................... Tex Turner Arena Capacity ............................................................................. 5,009 Nickname ................................................................. Railsplitters Affiliation .......................................................... NCAA Division II Conference ........................................South Atlantic Conference President ..............................................B. James Dawson, Ed D Alma Mater, Year .........................University of Evansville / 1967 Athletic Director ...................................................Roger Vannoy Alma Mater, Year ...................................Lincoln Memorial / 1975 Athletic Department Phone .............................. (423) 869-6285

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ............................................................Josh Schertz Alma Mater, Year .........................................Florida Atlantic/2000 Record at LMU (yrs) ........................................34-23 (3rd Year) Career Record ....................................................................34-23 Schertz’s Office Phone ......................................(423) 869-6240 Schertz’s E-mail .................................josh.schertz@lmunet.edu Assistant Coach ....................................................Lance Egnatz Egnatz’ Office Phone .........................................(423) 869-6346 Assistant Coach......................................................Chris Cottrell Cottrell’s Office Phone........................................(423) 869-6346 Volunteer Assistant Coach ....................................Dennis Cline Athletic Trainer .............................................................Josh Holt Holt’s Office Phone ............................................(423) 869-6378 Assistant Athletic Trainer.....................................Melssa Hayes

Team Information

2009-10 Overall Record .......................................................20-9 Home | Away | Neutral .......................................13-2 / 7-6 / 0-1 2009-10 SAC Record (finish) ..............................9-7 / 4th Place Home | Away ..................................................................6-2 / 3-5 Starters returning/lost ..........................................................4 /1 Letterwinners returning/lost ...............................................9 / 6

Table of Contents 2010-11 ROSTER / TEAM PHOTO...................Inside front cover WELCOME / CONTENTS...........................................................1 MEDIA INFORMATION................................................................2 2010-11 SEASON OUTLOOK.....................................................3 HEAD COACH JOSH SCHERTZ................................................4 COACHES LANCE EGNATZ & CHRIS COTTRELL....................5 COACHES CLINE, BOGARD, JOSEPH & MILLER....................6 KEIRRE JORDAN / JOSH STANLEY..........................................7 JUSTIN ALLEN / D’MARIO CURRY.............................................8 BRANDON ARMSTRONG / ART DERICO..................................9 SHELDON OLIVER / CHANCE JONES....................................10 DESMOND JOHNSON / CAM CARDEN...................................11 WALLY JONES / VINCENT BAILEY..........................................12 DUSTIN CRAIG / FAROOQ DAVIS...........................................13 CARLOS SANFORD / DARRYL GARRETT..............................14 KEENAN PETERSON / TONY MARTIN....................................15 CHASE JONES / ATHLETICS SUPPORT STAFF.....................16 LMU DANCE / CHEER TEAMS................................................ 17 RAILSPLITTER OPPONENTS..................................................18 RAILSPLITER OPPONENTS....................................................19 SOUTH ATLANTIC CONFERENCE .........................................20 2009-10 FINAL STATISTICS.....................................................21 2009-10 FINAL OVERALL / SAC STATS...................................22 RAILSPLITTER CAREER RECORDS.......................................23 SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS..................................................24 SINGLE-GAME / TURNER ARENA RECORDS........................25 RAILSPLITTER HONOR ROLL............................................26-27 RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS........................27-35 RAILSPLITTER ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS.......................36 TEX TURNER ARENA...............................................................37 THIS IS LMU..............................................................................38 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT / LOCAL INFORMATION................39 RAILSPLITTER NETWORK BROADCAST SCHEDULE...........40 RADIO / TELEVISION SPOTTING CHART.......Inside back cover

History

First Year of Basketball ..................................................... 1917 All-time Record (yrs) .......................................... 1,185-956 (93) Last NCAA Tournament Appearance (yrs) ...................... None Last Conference Tournament Appearance (yrs) ........2010 (1) Result .................................lost to Catawba in semifinals, 70-60.

Sports Information

Sports Information Director...................................Rusty Peace SID Office Phone ................................................(423) 869-6236 Home Phone .......................................................(423) 869-5120 Assistant SID................................................................Bill Porter Assistant SID Office Phone................................(423) 869-6376 Home Phone .......................................................(423) 869-9032 Sports Information Graduate Assistant.................Scott Erland SID Graduate Assistant Office Phone...............(423) 869-6236 SID Fax ................................................................(423) 869-6382 Mailing Address .......................LMU Tex Turner Arena 6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752

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CREDITS

The 2010-11 Lincoln Memorial University Men’s Basketball Guide is a publication of the LMU Sports Information Office. Layout and Design: Rusty Peace and Bill Porter. Writing: Rusty Peace Cover: Design and layout by Rusty Peace. Photography: Rusty Peace, Bill Porter, Ray Welch, Sports Information Archives. Special Thanks: Head Coach Josh Schertz, Assistant Coaches Lance Egnatz, Chris Cottrell, Director of Publications Regina Burns, Athletic Director Roger Vannoy and Department Chair of Physical Education & Kinesiology Katherine Pebworth, Ph D, and Sports Information Graduate Assistant Scott Erland for editorial assistance. All LMU athletic guides are available from the Sports Information office either in print form (if available) or CD-Rom for a fee. They can also be found on the world wide web at www.lmurailsplitters.com.

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MEDIA INFORMATION WELCOME

This guide is designed to assist the media with their coverage of Lincoln Memorial University basketball. It is published primarily as a source of information for reporters representing newspapers, television and radio stations, wire services and magazines. If you need information that you cannot find in this guide, please contact the Sports Information Office at (423) 869-6236. We are always ready to serve you.

MEDIA/PHOTOGRAPHER CREDENTIALS

COVERING PRACTICE

Practices are generally open to the public. Please contact the Sports Information Office if you wish to interview players or coaches. If you plan to cover a practice, call in advance for any changes in the schedule.

INTERVIEWS

After games, Coach Schertz and players are available for interviews after a 10-minute cooling-off period. Please contact the SID before the game or a member of the stat crew during the game to arrange for any postgame interviews. Priority will be given to the LMU radio and then on a first-come, first-serve basis. If requested, efforts will be made to arrange postgame interviews with visiting coaches and players.

STATISTICAL SERVICES

Telephone interviews with Coach Schertz and players are available on a “call-back” basis only and will be arranged at the most convenient time for the student-athletes and coaches.

RADIO BROADCASTS

Requests to broadcast must be made as soon as possible to the Sports Information Office at (423) 869-6236. A phone line is provided for the visiting team’s radio. Space is available either on press row next to the visiting bench or next to the stat table.

Tex Turner Arena LMU Box 2028 Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752 Fax: (423) 869-6382 Website: www.lmunet.edu/athletics

Interviews with Coach Josh Schertz, players and other athletic personnel must be arranged through the Sports Information Office. Generally, the best times for interviews are before and after practice.

Requests for media credentials should be made at least one week in advance. Media are requested to park at the lower Arena entrance and display some form of identification on the vehicle to avoid being ticketed. There is limited space on the floor press row that is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Additional space is available next to the stat table, if needed. Photography is permitted on the courtside wherever it is allowed by NCAA rules.

Statistics are provided using the STAT CREW program. When available, monitors will be placed along press row to provide immediate access to statistics. Hard copies of halftime stats, final stats and play-by-play will be provided following each half.

LMU Sports Information

Rusty Peace

Sports Information Director Office: (423) 869-6236 Home: (423) 869-5120 Email: rusty.peace@lmunet.edu

MEDIA SERVICES

Media packets will be provided before games. Postgame statistics will be provided to all members of the media. Telephone and fax service are also available. If requested, statistics and any other information can be faxed or e-mailed to your media outlet. Priority will be given to the visiting SID. Soft drinks and snacks will be available in the Tex Turner Room at halftime.

Bill Porter

Assistant Sports Information Director Office: (423) 869-6376 Home: (423) 869-9032 Email: bill.porter@lmunet.edu

2010-11 RAILSPLITTER PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS Print Media Associated Press, Teresa Walker/Skip Latt, PO Box 22990, Nashville, TN 37202 Bristol Herald-Courier, George Stone, P.O. Box 609, Bristol, VA 24201 Claiborne Independent, Melinda Burton, P.O.Box 508, New Tazewell, TN 37824 Claiborne Progress, Andrea Schneider, P.O. Box 40, Tazewell, TN 37879 Harlan Daily Enterprise, John Henson, P.O. Box E, Harlan, KY 40831 Kingsport Times News, John Moorehouse, P.O. Box 479 Kingsport, TN 37660 Knoxville News Sentinel, John Adams, 2332 News Sentinel Drive, Knoxville, TN 37901 LaFollette Press, Dwane Wilder, P.O. Box 1261, LaFollette, TN 37766 London News-Journal, Les Dixon, 115 C V B Drive, London, KY 40741 London Sentinel-Echo, Denis House/Jim McAlister, P.O. Box 830, London, KY 40741 Middlesboro Daily News, Jay Compton, P.O. Box 579, Middlesboro, KY 40965 Morristown Citizen-Tribune, Justin Cress, P.O. Box 625, Morristown, TN 37815 Powell Valley News, P.O. Box 459, Pennington Gap, VA 24277 Pineville Sun, Sports Editor, P.O. Box 250, Pineville, KY 40977 Union News-Leader, P.O. Box 866, Maynardville, TN 37807 Broadcast Media WLMU/91.3 FM - WRWB/740 AM, LMU Box 2025, Cumb. Gap Parkway, Harrogate, TN 37752 WFXY/1490 AM - WANO/1230 AM, P.O. Box 447, Middlesboro, KY 40965 WRIL/106.3 FM, P.O. Box 693, Pineville, KY 40977 WATE/WTNZ-TV, Jim Wogan, P.O. Box 2349, Knoxville, TN 37901 WBIR-TV, Steve Phillips, 1513 Hutchinson Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37917 WVLT-TV, Rick Russo, P.O. Box 59088, Knoxville, TN 37950 WYMT-TV, Brandon Hensley, P.O. Box 1299, Hazard, KY 41701 WCYB-TV, Paul Johnson, 101 Lee Street, Bristol, VA 24201 WJHL-TV, Kenny Hawkins, P.O. 1130 Johnson City, TN 37601 Print/Online Media Pinnacle Sports View, John Engle, Middlesboro, KY, www.pinnaclesportsview.com

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Sports Information Graduate Assistant Office: (423) 869-6236 Mobile Phone:N/A Email: scott.erland@lmunet.edu

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2010-11 RAILSPLITTER BASKETBALL SEASON OUTLOOK The 2010-11 season will be one of the most anticipated in school history, as Lincoln Memorial University not only returns four starters and eight of their top 10 scorers from last year’s record setting team, but welcome a highly regarded recruiting class in as well. The Railsplitters are coming off of an NCAA school record 20 win season in 2009-10 and much of their success in the 2010-11 season will rest with their strong core of returning players, headlined by Preseason All-American D’Mario Curry. Curry, a two time First Team All-South Atlantic Conference selection, returns for his senior season on the heels of a record breaking junior campaign in which he set the single season conference rebounding mark with 312, as well as the single game rebounding mark with 22 against Mars Hill. Curry led LMU for the second consecutive year in scoring (16.9) rebounding (11.1) blocks (3.4) and steals (41) while ranking in the top 10 in the nation in both shot blocks and rebounds per game. Joining Curry among the returning starters is Desmond Johnson. Johnson who was the 2008-09 SAC Freshman of the Year and a 2009-10 preseason All-SAC second team selection, returns to team up with Curry on the inside for a third consecutive season. Johnson has ranked second to Curry the last two seasons in points, rebounds and blocks per game. As a sophomore, the Lynch, Kentucky native averaged 12.4 points and 6.2 rebounds per game. Junior guard Brandon Armstrong returns after his sophomore season in which he averaged 9.8 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game. Armstrong also ranked among the league leaders in three point shots made and three point percentage. Sophomore Wally Jones is the fourth returning starter after a freshman year in which he finished second in the SAC in three point shooting (45.0). Jones also averaged 6.1 points and 2.0 rebounds per game during the 09-10 season. Other returners include sophomore Cameron Carden who averaged 7.0 points per game while making 47 of 116 three point shots (41.2). Junior guard Justin Allen (6.0 points, 3.0 rebounds per game) returns, as does junior guard Carlos Sanford who averaged 4.3 points per contest while handing out 57 assists. Also returning for the Railsplitters are junior forward Tony Martin (1.5 pts and 1.1 rebounds) and senior Josh Stanley (3.0 pts per game). The class of newcomers is headlined by junior guard Darryl Garrett 6’4, who comes to LMU from Eastern Michigan University where he averaged 11.9 pts and 3.7 rebounds per game as a freshman. Senior forward Sheldon Oliver transfers in after spending the last three seasons at Stetson University. During his career at Stetson, Oliver appeared in 93 games, starting 51. He scored 553 points and pulled down 401 rebounds in his three seasons at Stetson. Senior point guard Kierre Jordan transferred in from Pfeiffer University after averaging 9.8 points for the Falcons last season. The rest of the recruiting class includes three freshmen. Vincent Bailey, a 6’6” forward from Jennings, Florida, 6’0 point guard Farooq Davis of Indianapolis, Indiana and 6’2 combo guard Chance Jones from Knoxville, Tennessee. 2010-11 LMU Railsplitter Basketball

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RAILSPLITTER COACHING STAFF

JOSH SCHERTZ HEAD COACH

3rd Season

A man of vision who has helped set school record win totals at each institution he has worked for, Lincoln Memorial University head coach Josh Schertz has brought to LMU basketball a commitment to building the total program. His uncompromising dedication to excellence in every phase of the basketball program has already resulted in a school NCAA record 20 wins in 2009-10. This past season produced numerous firsts for the program including first 20 win season, first Conference Tournament Win and first regional ranking as LMU stayed in the top eight of the Southeast regional poll the last seven weeks. That comes on the heels of his first season where he inherited a team that had won just one South Atlantic Conference game and just seven games overall. With eight freshman and 11 newcomers, Schertz guided the Railsplitters to eight conference wins and doubled the overall win total from seven to 14. During his two seasons as head coach, the Railsplitters have led the South Atlantic Conference and finished in the top 10 nationally in field goal percentage defense with the 09-10 squad ranking second nationally in the category. The 2009-10 Railsplitters led the South Atlantic Conference in field goal offense (48.1) assists per game (16.55) three point shots made (212), and finished second in scoring offense (81.9). LMU also led the league in scoring margin (+13.4), rebounding margin (+8.0) and blocked shots (6.07) His success on the recruiting trail over the last 11 years has led to unparalled success for every program he has been involved with. High Point University (22), Queens University (29) and Lynn University (29) also set school record win totals during his tenure. On court success has led to off court honors as Schertz recruits have earned: two National Players of the Year Awards, three Conference Players of the Year, four Conference Freshman of the Year, three freshman All-Americans and nine First Team All-Conference selections. Schertz’s commitment to academic integrity is shown by the fact that 42 out of 43 recruits to finish their eligibility under him have graduated and his two seasons as head coach here at LMU have seen all four seniors not only graduate, but each are currently enrolled in masters degree programs. Schertz comes to LMU after serving as the associate head coach at High Point University for the last five seasons. During this time High Point posted it’s five best seasons at the Division 1 level consecutively, highlighted by the 2006-07 season in which High Point posted a 22-10 record despite having only one senior. Schertz helped the Panthers establish school records for wins in a season, conference wins, road wins, and highest Rating Percentage Index. High Point won 87 games in the five years Schertz was on staff. They won a total of 47 games in the five seasons before his arrival. HPU players also thrived in the classroom as 16 out of the 17 players who finished their eligibility graduated during the last five years. While at High Point Schertz signed three top ranked recruiting classes in the Big South, and his 2005 recruiting class ranked in the top 35 nationally according to (Hoopscoop). During Schertz’s tenure as recruiting coordinator two players, Danny Gathings in 2004, and AZ Reid in 2007 and 2008, earned Big South Conference Player of the Year honors a total of three times and were both named Division I All-Americans. He also signed three players, Reid 2005, Justin Dunn 2006 and Eugene Harris 2007, who went to earn all freshman team honors at HPU. Prior to coming to High Point, Schertz served as the associate head coach at Queens University of Charlotte, North Carolina, helping lead the Royals to a two-year mark of 49-14 including a school record 29-4 mark in 2003. That 2003 season culminated in the school’s first ever trip to the NCAA Division II Final Four. As the program’s recruiting coordinator, Schertz made a huge impact signing 2004 National Division II Player of the Year Spencer Ross along with two-time national shot block leader Moustapha Diouf and 2003 CVAC Freshman of the Year Kendrick Harris. Schertz also served as a professor in the Queens’ physical education department and was the head coach of Queens’ junior varsity program. Before joining Queens, Schertz spent two years at Lynn University (Fla.) serving as the Fighting Knights recruiting coordinator. He helped guide Lynn to a 37-18 mark as well as a top five national ranking. While at Lynn, Schertz signed 2001 National Division II Freshman of the Year Leandro GarciaMorales. His final signing class before moving to Queens may have been his lasting legacy as the five-man group went on to become the most successful group of players in Lynn history. That group included James Taylor (all-time leading scorer) Justin Wingard (all-time leading rebounder and shot blocker) Austin Faber (all-time leader in assists and steals) and Akil Lewis (all-time leader in made three-pointers), who as seniors formed the nucleus of Lynn’s school record-setting squad that tallied 29 wins and earned a trip to the NCAA Division II Final Four in 2005. Schertz signed two players named Sunshine State Conference Freshman of the Year, Garcia-Morales (2001) and Taylor (2002), as well as four players who went on to earn all-conference honors. Schertz began his career as an assistant coach at his alma mater Florida Atlantic University where he spent one season working under Kevin Billerman. Schertz also served as an assistant to current Florida Gators associate head coach Larry Shyatt for the 2001 Maccabi Games. Schertz, a 2000 graduate of Florida Atlantic University, also has a master’s in education from Lynn University. Coach Schertz has two sons, Jordan (14) and Jaden (8) and is married to the former Natalia Ceballos. They reside in Harrogate, TN.

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LANCE EGNATZ Assistant Coach: Lance Egnatz is entering his third year with the LMU basketball team. Coach Egnatz came to Lincoln Memorial University from Polk Community College, a Division I junior college in Winter Haven, Florida, where he began his collegiate coaching career serving as assistant coach from 2006 to 2008. Over his two seasons at Polk, Egnatz coached numerous NCAA Division I and Division II prospects, working primarily with post players and during the 2007-2008 season, the team put up a record of 24-6 and ranked 4th in the state of Florida. Prior to Polk, Egnatz was head boys basketball coach at Somerset Academy in Pembroke Pines, Florida, from 2005 to 2006. He became head coach after serving a year as assistant coach during the 2004-05 season. A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Egnatz attended Seneca Valley High School where he helped lead the basketball team to its first ever post-season appearance. After graduating, he attended Pennsylvania State University-Beaver Campus for two years. After two seasons at PSU-Beaver, Egnatz continued on to Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, where he played for Coach Schertz. In 2002 Egnatz received his Bachelor of Science in Sports and Recreational Management. While at PSU-Beaver and Lynn University, Egnatz also played baseball as a pitcher. He helped lead the PSU Beaver baseball team to the NJCAA World Series. Egnatz has also worked numerous basketball camps, at the University of North Carolina and Lynn University as well as several private camps, such as the All-American Basketball School, Metro Index, Drill for Skill and the prestigious Five Star Basketball Camp. Entering his third season as an assistant coach for the Railsplitters, Coach Egnatz is primarily involved with recruiting, individual workouts and team practice, as well as with all other aspects of the game. Egnatz now lives in Harrogate and is married to the former Juliette Schohn from Paris, France.

CHRIS COTTRELL Assistant Coach: Chris Cottrell is entering his third season as an assistant men’s basketball coach at Lincoln Memorial University. Coach Cottrell came to LMU from High Point University in North Carolina where he served as student assistant coach for four seasons. He served as the graduate assistant coach in 2007-2008. While working as a student assistant with the High Point basketball program, Cottrell earned a Bachelor of Arts in History, graduating in 2007. Cottrell completed his Master of Science in Sport Management in 2009. While with the Panther program, Cottrell was responsible for overseeing the managers, video coordination, recruiting, scouting, practice preparation and onthe-court coaching. At LMU he assists Head Coach Josh Schertz in all of these areas and more, while serving as the director of LMU’s men’s basketball summer camp programs. Cottrell has worked various summer camps in upstate New York and with the Hoop Group at the Pocono Invitational Basketball Camp in Pennsylvania. At High Point University, Cottrell served as an assistant camp director for the individual and team camp programs in the summer. Cottrell is a native of upstate New York where he attended Queensbury High School and graduated in 2003.

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DENNIS CLINE Assistant Coach:

Coach Cline, a 1987 graduate of Lincoln Memorial University, begins his eighth season with the Railsplitter coaching staff. A veteran coach with 24 years of coaching experience, Cline served 13 of those years at the former Powell Valley High School until the school was consolidated following the 2002-03 season to become Cumberland Gap High School. During his tenure as the Indians coach, his teams won two district titles, two regional titles, one sub-state title and were semifinalists in the 1995 Tennessee State Tournament. Cline teaches Algebra II at Cumberland Gap High School and recently received his master’s and EDS degrees at LMU. He is the son of Bill and Mandy Cline of Harrogate and is married to Jean Davis Cline, a 1979 and 1991 alumnae of LMU. Coach Cline has four children, Jedidiah and Levi, who reside in Knoxville, and Caitlyn and Caleigh of Speedwell, Tennessee.

MATT BOGARD Graduate Assistant Coach:

Matt Bogard begins his second season with the Lincoln Memorial University men’s basketball coaching staff, this time as graduate assistant coach. Bogard, a two-year player at LMU, started 27 of 28 games during the 2008-09 season and led the South Atlantic Conference in assist to turnover ratio as a senior. Serving as the Railsplitters captain during 2008-09, while playing under Head Coach Josh Schertz, Bogard was instrumental in the resurgence of the Lincoln Memorial University basketball program.

WADNER JOSEPH Graduate Assistant Coach:

A former Lincoln Memorial University standout, Wadner Joseph returns to the Railsplitter coaching staff as a graduate assistant coach for the 2010-11 season. During his two-year playing career at LMU, Joseph started in 41 games and as a senior captain averaged 9.5 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. Joseph’s knowlege of the game and is an asset to the Lincoln Memorial University men’s basketball program.

STUART MILLER Student Assistant Coach:

After serving as a major contributor to the LMU men’s basketball program the past two seasons, Stuart Miller begins his first season as student assistant coach with the Railsplitters. Before transferring to LMU, Miller spent two seasons under Rick Pitino at the University of Louisville where he competed against some of the best teams in NCAA Division I men’s basketball. This year, Miller will help with team practice, conditioning and weight training as well as a variety of other daily coaching duties. Stuart is a physical education and kinesiology major at Lincoln Memorial University.

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KIERRE JORDAN

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5’10” * Senior * Guard * Atlanta, GA Pfeiffer University / Major: Physical Education & Kinesiology 2009-2010: Pfeiffer University...Appeared in six games...started one... averaged 9.8 points per game...scored 19 points in the exhibition game against Duke University. 2007-2008: Bevill State Community College...averaged 10 points per game...7.3 assists per game, which ranked him 3rd in the country for JNCAA Division I basketball.

30 Second Timeout Parents: Winfred & Denise Jordan Date of Birth: December 7, 1987 Nickname: “Kee” Favorite Singer/Band: Usher & Lil Boosie Favorite Movie: Dark Knight Biggest Role Model: My Parents Favorite Pro Athlete: Carmelo Anthony Favorite Food: Chicken Wings Hobbies: Shooting pool, bowling, playing spades, backgammon.

2006-2007: Palm Beach Community College...averaged six points per game...3.3 assists per game...and shot 43% from three-point range... was top-5 in the country in assists per game. Prep: Averaged 14.4 points per game...3.1 steals per game...3.9 assists per game while at Dunwoody High School, he was 84-13 and has two state championships (2005, 2006)...helped Dunwoody to the longest win streak in Georgia at 29...named to the 5-AAA All-Region Team...AAA All-State selection...left Dunwoody with 1,179 career points and currently holds the school record for steals with 478.

Pfeiffer Career Statistics Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP GS Min 6 1 96 6 1 96

FG FGA Pct 19 51 .373 19 51 .373

3FG FGA Pct 0 7 .000 0 7 .000

FT FTA Pct 20 28 .714 20 28 .714

Off Def Tot Avg A 3 5 8 1.3 8 3 5 8 1.3 8

JOSH STANLEY

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 15 2 7 58 9.7 15 2 7 58 9.7

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6’6” * Senior * Guard * Roebuck, SC Spartanburg Methodist CC / Anderson Univ. Major: Physical Education & Kinesiology

30 Second Timeout Parents: Jeff & Sharon Stanley Date of Birth: September 15, 1987 Nickname: “J-Stan” Favorite Singer/Band: “LiL Wayne” Favorite Movie: “Friday” Biggest Role Model: My Dad Favorite Pro. Athlete: Lebron James Favorite Food: Crab Legs Hobbies: Fifa, 2011, working out

Prior To LMU: Josh Stanley comes to the Railsplitter program from Spartanburg Methodist Community College and Anderson University. During his sophomore season, Stanley played for Spartanburg Methodist Community College. He played in 32 games averaging 7.1 points and 4.4 rebounds per game. In addition, Stanley shot 52 percent from three-point range, helping his team finish the year with a 24-8 record and second in their conference. While playing for Anderson, Stanley averaged 6.1 points per game before transferring to Spartanburg Methodist to play as a sophomore.

LMU Career Statistics Year 2009-10 TOTAL

GP GS Min 4 0 14 4 0 14

FG FGA Pct 4 7 .571 4 7 .571

3FG FGA Pct 3 6 .500 3 6 .500

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FT FTA Pct 1 4 .250 1 4 .250

Off Def Tot Avg A 1 4 5 1.3 0 1 4 5 1.3 0

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TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 1 0 12 3.0 2 1 0 12 3.0

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JUSTIN ALLEN

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6’3” * Junior * Guard * Lithonia, GA Miller Grove High School Major: Physical Education & Kinesiology 2009-2010: Appeared in 25 games...Started in 16...Averaged six points per game...Pulled down three rebounds per game...Dished out 1.6 assists per game...Shot 51.% from the field...Had a season high 22 points verses Concord...11 rebounds verses Concord...Had four steals verses Concord. 30 Second Timeout Parents: Ken & Sarah Davis Date of Birth: April 6, 1990 Nickname: “J-Rock/J Smoove” Favorite Singer/Band: “T.I” Favorite Movie: “Superbad” Biggest Role Model: My mother Favorite Pro Athlete: Kobe Bryant Favorite Food: Hot Wings Hobbies: Drawing, basketball & play rapping.

Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 28 25 53

GS 15 16 31

Min 576 451 1027

FG 52 60 112

2008-2009: Appeared in 28 games…Started 15 games…Averaged 5.3 points per game…Dished out 1.5 assists per game…Shot 36% from the field…Pulled down 3.1 rebounds per game…Had a season high 16 points vs. WV Wesleyan…Five assists vs. Tusculum College…Nine Rebounds vs. WV Wesleyan. Prep: Averaged 12 points per game…Averaged five rebounds per game…Dished out 4.5 assists per game… Shot 42% from three-point range…Shot 77% from the free throw line…Was Georgia All-State Honorable Mention…Received the Coca-Cola Athlete Scholar Award. Career highs entering the 2010-2011 season Points: 22 vs. Concord (12/12/09) Assists: 5 vs. Tusculum (2/4/09) Rebounds: 11 vs Concord (11/21/09)

FGA 144 117 261

Pct .361 .513 .429

LMU Career Statistics

3FG FGA 12 47 1 8 13 55

Pct .255 .125 .236

FT 31 29 60

FTA 65 52 117

Pct .477 .558 .513

D’MARIO CURRY

Off 34 15 49

Def 52 59 111

Tot 86 74 160

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Avg 3.1 3.0 3.0

A 42 41 83

TO 68 36 104

Blk 5 2 7

Stl 12 19 31

Pts 147 150 297

Avg 5.3 6.0 5.6

Avg 8.1 11.1 9.7

A 35 59 94

TO 87 112 199

Blk Stl 53 43 96 41 149 84

Pts 397 473 870

Avg 15.3 16.9 16.1

6’7” * Senior * Forward * Detroit, MI Schoolcraft Community College Major: Physical Education & Kinesiology 2009-2010: First Team All-South Atlantic Conference...Named to the Second Team All-Southeast Region Team by Daktronics and NABC...Appeared in 28 games...Started in 24...Averaged 16.9 points per game...Pulled down 11.1 rebounds per game...Dished out 2.1 assists per game...Denied 3.4 shots per game...Averaged 1.5 steals...Had a season high 33 points verses Mars Hill...22 rebounds verses Mars Hill...eight blocked shots verses Mars Hill...five assists verses Brevard.

30 Second Timeout Parents: Greenberry & Vera Simmoms Date of Birth: November 21, 1985 Nickname: “Rio” Favorite Singer/Band: “Jay-Z”, Rick Ross Favorite Movie: “American Gangster” Biggest Role Model: My sister Favorite Pro Athlete: Michael Jordan & Kobe Bryant Favorite Food: Cheese Fries Hobbies: Shopping, hooping, chillin’ with my sons

2008-2009: Named First Team All South Atlantic Conference… Appeared in 26 games…Started 2…Averaged 15.3 points per game…Dished out 1.3 assists… Pulled down 8.1 rebounds per game…Shot 62.7% from the field...Averaged 2 blocks per game…Poured in 30 points vs. Brevard…Grabbed 17 rebounds vs. Catawba. Prep: Averaged 19.7 points per game…Averaged 4.4 assists…Grabbed 7.8 rebounds per game…Named First Team All-City…First Team All-Region…First Team All-District..Class B Fourth Team All-State in Michigan. Career highs entering the 2010-2011 season Points: 33 vs. Mars Hill (2/11/10) Rebounds: 22 vs. Mars Hill (3/3/10) Blocks: 8 twice (last 3/3/10)

Assists: 5 vs. Brevard (1/9/10)

Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 26 28 54

GS 2 24 26

Min 536 759 1295

FG 153 168 321

FGA 244 286 530

Pct .627 .587 .606

LMU Career Statistics

3FG FGA 2 11 1 7 3 18

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Pct .182 .143 .167

FT 89 136 225

FTA 155 202 357

Pct .574 .673 .630

Off 72 93 165

Def 139 219 358

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BRANDON ARMSTRONG

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6’1” * Junior * Guard * Decatur, GA Chamblee High School Major: Business 2009-2010: Appeared in 23 games...Started in 20...Averaged 9.8 points per game...Pullled down 5.5 rebounds per game...Dished out 2.7 assists per game...1.5 steals per game...Shot 37.5% from behind the arc...Had a season high 20 points verses Catawba...10 rebounds verses Temple Baptist...6 assists (3 times)...4 steals verses Hiwassee... Made 4 three’s verses Catawba. 30 Second Timeout Parents: Angela Armstrong Date of Birth: June 17, 1990 Nickname: “BA” Favorite Singer/Band: Drake/Roscoe Dash Favorite Movie: “The Notebook” Biggest Role Model: My mother Favorite Professional Athlete: Tom Brady Favorite Food: Chicken Caesar Salad Hobbies: Reading, long walks on the beach, movies with my friends and partying.

Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 27 23 50

GS 22 20 42

Min 818 682 1500

FG 80 75 155

2008-2009: Named Conference Freshman of the Year Runner-Up… South Atlantic All-Freshman Team…Appeared in 27 games…Started 22…Averaged 9.4 points per game…Dished out 2.5 assists per contest...Pulled down 4.3 rebounds per game…Scored a career high 19 points against Tusculum…Also pulled down 10 boards against Catawba…Dished out a season high 5 assists vs. Tusculum. Prep: Averaged 17 points…5 assists…6 rebounds per game…Shot 40% from three… Georgia All-State Honorable Mention…All Dekalb County… All-Region…All-Metro Atlanta. Career highs entering the 2010-2011 season Points: 20 vs Catawba (1/20/10) Rebounds: 10 twice vs. (Latest 1/21/10) Assist: 6 three times vs. (Latest 3/1/10) Steals: 4 twice vs. Latest (1/20/10)

FGA 216 198 414

Pct .370 .379 .374

LMU Career Statistics

3FG FGA 48 133 42 112 90 245

Pct .361 .375 .367

FT 47 34 81

ART DERICO

FTA 69 50 119

Pct .681 .680 .681

Off 20 22 42

Def 96 105 201

Tot 116 127 243

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Avg 4.3 5.5 4.9

A TO 67 72 63 35 130 107

Blk 2 6 8

Stl 34 34 68

Pts 255 226 481

Avg 9.4 9.8 9.6

6’0” * Sophomore * Guard * Palm Bay, FL Bay Harbor High School Major: Undecided Prep: Averaged 17 points per game…pulled down 3 rebounds a game.

30 Second Timeout Parents: Arthur Derico Sr. & Connie Wilson Date of Birth: September 30, 1988 Nickname: “Art”, “Artemis Prime”, “Artful Dodger”, “Artistic” Favorite Singer/Band: Bob Marley Favorite Movie: Matrix Favorite Pro Athlete: Dwayne Wade Favorite Food: Pizza Hobbies: Working out and reading

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SHELDON OLIVER #12 6’6” *Graduate* Forward * Stone Mountain, GA Stetson University Master: Business Administration 2008-2009: Stetson University...Appeared in 30 games...Started 19... Averaged 23 minutes...Pulled down 5 rebounds per game...Averaged 5.6 points per game...Had a career high 20 points verses Kennesaw State. 30 Second Timeout Parents: Anthony Oliver & Denise Hugh Date of Birth: November 22, 1987 Nickname: “Reese” Favorite Singer/Band: Lil Wayne Favorite Movie: Inception/Hangover Biggest Role Model: My Mother Favorite Pro Athlete: Gilbert Arenas Favorite Food: Cocoa Puffs Hobbies: Playing basketball and video games

Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 31 32 30 5 98

GS 1 26 19 1 47

Min 409 781 671 65 1926

FG 36 74 63 7 180

2007-2008: Stetson University...Played in all 32 games...Started 26... Finished 8th in the Atlantic Sun Conference in offensive rebounding with 2.44 per game...Averaged 4.4 total rebounds per game...Had 11 verses Bethune-Cookman...Scored in double figures 9 times... Averaged 6.8 points on the year...Scored 10 points and pulled down 9 rebounds verses Rhode Island. 2006-2007: Stetson University...Played in 31 games...Started 1... Averaged 3.6 points per game...Led the team in free throw shooting at 84%...Pulled down 2.1 rebounds per game...Had 14 points against the University of Florida. Prep: Florida Class 6A All-State Honorable Mention...Named to Orlando Sentinel’s All-Central Florida 3rd Team and also to the All-Metro 1st Team.

FGA 91 168 153 16 428

Pct .396 .440 .412 .438 .421

Stetson Career Statistics

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

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT 41 68 43 4 156

FTA 49 113 84 7 253

CHANCE JONES

Pct .837 .602 .512 .571 .617

Off 25 78 86 6 195

Def 41 62 64 9 176

Tot 66 140 150 15 371

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Avg 2.1 4.4 5.0 3.0 3.7

A 16 13 12 4 45

TO 24 41 38 5 108

Blk 4 7 9 0 20

Stl 18 28 30 1 77

Pts 113 216 169 18 516

Avg 3.6 6.8 5.6 3.6 5.2

6’2” * Freshman * Guard * Knoxville, TN Austin East High School Major: Physical Education & Kinesiology

30 Second Timeout

Prep: Spent 2009-2010 at Bridgeton Academy...Averaged 16 points...5 rebounds per game for Austin East High School in Knoxville...Averaged 21 points per game...pulled down 6 boards per game...Earned First Team All-State...MVP of the Rumbe on the Ridge...MVP of the District Tournament...Member of the All-Region Team...2009 Knoxville’s Prep Extra Team.

Parents: Angela Jones Date of Birth: January 29, 1991 Favorite Singer/Band: Lil Boosie Favorite Movie: Friday Biggest Role Model: My sister Favorite Pro Athlete: Lebron James Favorite Food: Fried Chicken Hobbies: Hanging out with friends, playing basketball and having a good time.

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DESMOND JOHNSON #20 6’6” * Junior * Forward * Lynch, KY Cumberland High School Major: Business

2009-2010: Named to the South Atlantic Conference All-Tournament Team...Appeared in 29 games...Started in 27 games...Averaged 12.4 points per game...Pulled down 6.3 rebounds per game...Shot 59.4% from the field...Had a season high 22 points against Catawba...15 rebounds against Mars Hill...5 assists against King. 30 Second Timeout Parents: Paula Johnson Date of Birth: March 21, 1990 Nickname: “Des”, “Long Distance” Favorite Singer/Band: J.Cole, Wale, Young Jeezy, Jay-Z, Common, Rick Ross Favorite Movie: CSI, Everybody Hates Chris and Cartoons Biggest Role Model: My mother and my grandmother (RIP) Favortie Pro Athlete: Kevin Garnett, Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan. Hobbies: Downloading music, producing music and shopping for clothes.

Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 28 29 57

GS 18 27 45

Min 633 696 1329

FG 101 145 246

2008-2009: Named to the Division II Bulletin Freshman All-American Team...SAC Freshman of the Year...South Atlantic Conference AllFreshman Team...Appeared in 28 games...Started in 18...Averaged 10.4 points per game...Grabbed 6.2 boards...Shot 47.6% from the field...Had a career high 28 points and 17 rebounds against Mars Hill. Prep: Averaged 14.5 points per game...Pulled down 13.3 rebounds... Scored Over 1,000 points...Grabbed over 1,000 rebounds in three high school seasons...Two-time Conference Player of the Year...Two-time First Team All-Region selection...Played in the Kentucky/Indiana All-Star Game. Career highs entering the 2010-2011 season Points: 28 twice (Latest 2/11/09) Rebounds: 17 vs. Mars Hill (2/11/09) Assist: 5 vs. King (12/17/09)

FGA 212 244 456

Pct .476 .594 .539

LMU Career Statistics

3FG FGA 3 10 1 3 4 13

Pct .300 .333 .308

FT 85 69 154

CAM CARDEN

FTA 130 120 250

Pct .654 .575 .616

Off 58 67 125

Def 116 114 230

Tot 174 181 355

#21

Avg 6.2 6.2 6.2

A 22 27 49

TO 63 78 141

Blk 17 28 45

Stl 15 14 29

Pts 290 360 650

Avg 10.4 12.4 11.4

6’2” * Sophomore * Guard * Clearwater, FL Stetson University Major: Physical Education & Kinesiology

2009-2010: Appeared in 28 games...Started 4...Averaged 7 points per game...Dished out 1.6 assists...Pulled down 1.3 rebounds per game... Shot 40% from behind the arc...86.4% from the foul line...Had a season high 23 points against Mars Hill...Made 6 3-pointers against Mars Hill. 2008-2009: Stetson University… Redshirted. 30 Second Timeout Parents: Allen & Tammy Carden Date of Birth: August 14, 1991 Nickname: “Killa Cam” Favorite Singer/Band: Wiz Khalifa Favorite Movie: “Shooter” Biggest Role Model: Dad & Labron James Favorite Pro Athlete: Lebron James Favorite Food: Chicken Casarole Hobbies: Shooting basketball, listening to music

Year 2009-10 TOTAL

GP GS Min 28 4 508 28 4 508

Prep: Averaged 15.9 points per game… 6.1 assists… Had 2.9 steals per game… Shot 40% from the field and 38% from behind the arc… Pinellas Park all-time leading scorer with 1,706 total points… Also the assist leader…368 career three pointers… 4 time All-Pinellas County Athletic Conference honoree… First Team All-District… All-Area…AllState Honorable Mention… Named Pinellas County Player of the Year. Career highs entering the 2010-2011 season Points: 23 vs Mars Hill (3/3/10) 3-Point Field Goals Made: 6 vs Mars Hill (3/3/10)

FG FGA Pct 56 136 .412 56 136 .412

LMU Career Statistics

3FG FGA Pct 47 116 .405 47 116 .405

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FT FTA Pct 38 44 .864 38 44 .864

Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 5 31 36 1.3 44 32 2 18 197 7.0 5 31 36 1.3 44 32 2 18 197 7.0

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WALLY JONES

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6’2” * Sophomore * Guard * Greensboro, NC Ragsdale High School Major: Buesiness 2009-2010: Appeared in 24 games...Started 7...Averaged 6.1 points per game...Pulled down 2 rebounds per game...Dished out 3.1 assists per game...Shot 45% from behind the 3-point line...71% from the foul line...Had a season high 27 points against Concord...7 rebounds against Temple Baptist...Made 7 3-pointers against Concord. 30 Second Timeout Parents: Wally & Pam Jones Date of Birth: August 14, 1991 Nickname: “Walls” “Wally World” & “MJ” Favorite Singer/Band: “Big L” Favorite Movie: “Above the Rim” Biggest Role Model: My father Favorite Pro Athlete: Michael Jordan Favorite Food: Crabs Hobbies: Basketball, hanging out, video games and music

Prep: Averaged 17.2 points… 1,000 point scorer…Hit 67 three-pointers as a senior… Hit on 38% of them… Helped lead his team to a 27-2 record… High Point Enterprise All-Area First Team two years in a row. Career highs entering the 2010-2011 season Points: 27 vs Concord (11/21/09) Rebounds: 7 vs Temple Baptist (12/1/09) Assist: 7 vs Concord (11/21/09)

LMU Career Statistics Year 2009-10 TOTAL

GP GS Min 24 7 344 24 7 344

FG FGA Pct 49 112 .438 49 112 .438

3FG FGA Pct 27 60 .450 27 60 .450

FT FTA Pct 22 31 .710 22 31 .710

Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 12 35 47 2.0 32 24 4 18 147 6.1 12 35 47 2.0 32 24 4 18 147 6.1

VINCENT BAILEY #25 6’6” * Freshman * Forward * Jennings, FL Centennial High School Major: Physical Education & Kinesiology

30 Second Timeout

Prep: Helped lead his team to a 20-10 record...Earned a berth in the Georgia State Tournament...Named to the Roundball Classic All-Tournament Team...Named First Team All-Region...First Team AllNorth Fulton County...Averaged 16 points per game...10 rebounds per game...2 assists per game...Rejected 2 shots per game...Was named to Florida’s All-State Team as a junior at Hamilton High School.

Parents: Vincent & Princess Bailey Date of Birth: September 27, 1991 Nickname: “Vinnie”, “Baller Bailey”, “Big Jit” FavoriteSinger/Band: T.I., Travis Porter Favorite Movie: The Matrix Biggest Role Model: My sister Favorite Pro Athlete: Kobe Bryant Favorite Food: Italian food Hobbies: Basketball, video games, partying.

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DUSTIN CRAIG

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6’6” * Sophomore * Forward * Knoxville, TN Beardon High School Major: Athletic Training 2009-2010: Appeared in 16 games...Averaged 1.2 points per game... Pulled down 1.2 rebounds per game...Had a season high 6 points against Wingate...Hads 5 rebounds against Hiwassee...tallied 3 blocks against Wingate. 30 Second Timeout Parents: Dean & Lisha Craig Date of Birth: July 7, 1990 Nickname: “DC” Favorite Singer/Band: DJ Pauly D Favorite Movie: “The Hangover” Biggest Role Model: Dean Craig Favorite Pro Athlete: Eric Berry Favorite Food: Zaxby’s Hobbies: Being with family, G.T.L. ALL DAY

Prep: Averaged 10.1 points per game… Pulled down 5.3 rebounds per game… Blocked 66 shots…Helped lead his team to a 35-3 record… First Team All-District… Second Team All-KIL… Named to the AllTournament team at the Super 16… Off the court he was a 4 year honor student. Career highs entering the 2010-2011 season Points: 6 vs Wingate (2/1/10) Rebounds: 5 vs Hiwassee (11/20/09) Blocks: 3 twice (Latest 2/1/10)

LMU Career Statistics Year 2009-10 TOTAL

GP GS Min 16 0 97 16 0 97

FG FGA Pct 9 19 .474 9 19 .474

3FG FGA Pct 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

FT FTA Pct 1 5 .200 1 5 .200

FAROOQ DAVIS

Off Def Tot Avg A 8 11 19 1.2 3 8 11 19 1.2 3

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 6 12 2 19 1.2 6 12 2 19 1.2

#31

6’0” * Freshman * Guard * Indianapolis, IN Lawrence North High School Major: Physical Education & Kinesiology

30 Second Timeout

Prep: Played for Indiana Power Lawrence North High School... Honorable Mention All-City...Played for Albert Schweitzer’s Team USA in Germany...Helped the United States team to a fourth place finish... Earned the Defensive Player of the Tournament award...Senior Starter whose team featured two Division I commitments...Averaged 7.3 points per game...4 assists per game...Pulled down 4 rebounds each contest...Shot 47% fromt the floor...38% from behind the 3-point line.

Parents: Jeffrey Muhammad & Michelle Scott. Date of Birth: February 18, 1992 Nickname: “Rocko” Favorite Singer/Band: Luther Vandross Favorite Movie: Love & Basketball Biggest Role Model: God Favorite Professional Athlete: Derrick Rose Favorite Food: Chicken wings & fried chicken.

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CARLOS SANFORD #32 5’11” * Junior * Guard * Durham, NC Riverside High School Major: Physical Education & Kinesilogy 2009-2010: Appeared in 23 games...Started 4...Averaged 4.3 points per game...Dished out 2.5 assists per game...Shot 35.7% from behind the arc...Shot 71.8% from the foul line...Had a season high 14 points against Temple Baptist...13 assists against Temple Baptist...4 steals against Tusculum...4 3-pointers against Temple Baptist. 2008-2009: Appeared in 16 games...Averaged 2.9 points per game... Dished out 1.1 assists per game...Shot 37% from 3-point range...Had a career high 16 points against Mars Hill.

30 Second Timeout Parents: Carlos Sanford & Tammy Hunter Date of Birth: January 23, 1990 Nickname: “Lucky” Favorite Singer/Band: Lil Wayne Favorite Movie: The Wood Biggest Role Model: Magic Johnson Favorite Pro Athlete: Magic Johnson Favorite Food: Chinese Hobbies: Writing

Prep: Team MVP...PAC 6 All-Conference...NCBCA All-District...Durham Herald Sun All-Area. Career highs entering the 2010-2011 season Points: 16 vs Mars Hill (1/24/09) Assists: 13 vs Temple Baptist (12/1/09) Steals: 4 vs Concord (12/12/09) 3-Point Field Goals Made: 4 vs Temple Baptist

LMU Career Statistics Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 16 23 39

GS 0 4 4

Min 154 327 481

FG 16 31 47

FGA 44 82 126

Pct .364 .378 .373

3FG FGA 10 27 10 28 20 55

Pct .370 .357 .364

FT 5 28 33

FTA 8 39 47

Pct .625 .718 .702

Off 3 4 7

Def 5 15 20

Tot 8 19 27

DARRYL GARRETT #33

Avg 0.5 0.8 0.7

A 17 57 74

TO 23 26 49

Avg 3.3 3.8 3.4

A TO 51 63 56 42 107 105

Blk 0 1 1

Stl 7 18 25

Pts 47 100 147

Avg 2.9 4.3 3.8

Blk Stl 5 42 1 29 6 71

Pts 358 219 577

Avg 11.9 11.0 11.3

6’4” * Junior * Guard * Detroit, MI Schoolcraft C.C./Eastern Michigan University Major: Physical Education & Kinesiology 2005-2006: Schoolcraft Community College...Apeared in 20 games... Averaged 11 points per game...Pulled down 3.7 rebounds per game... Handed out 2.8 assists per game...1.4 steals per game...Shot 40.5% from 3-point range...84% from the foul line. 30 Second Timeout Parents: Gerald & Darlene Garrett Date of Birth: December 15, 1984 Nickname: “Moe” Favorite Singer/Band: Michael Jackson, gospel music, Jay-Z Favorite Movie: Bad Boyz II, Scarface Biggest Role Model: My father, my pastor Favorite ProAthlete: Michael Jordan & Kobe Bryant Favorite Food: Taco Salad Hobbies: Playing NBA 2K, chillin’ with my family

Year 2004-05 2005-06 TOTAL

GP 30 20 50

GS 12 17 29

Min 664 510 1174

FG 123 74 197

2004-2005: Eastern Michigan University...Appeared in 30 games... Started in 12...Averaged 22 minutes per game...11.9 points per game...Pulled down 3.3 rebounds per game...Dished out 1.7 assists per game...1.4 steals per game...Shot 35% from behind the 3-point arc...73% from the foul line. Prep: Averaged 23 points per game as a senior...10 rebounds ...First Team All-PSL...First Team All-State...Came in 9th in Michigan’s Mr. Basketball balloting...Was rated the no. 7 best senior in the state by two different recruiting services...Ranked 119th best senior in the nation and 23rd best shooting guard by Rival Hoops...As a junior, was rated one of the top 100 players in the country by Rivals and Adidas.

FGA Pct 302 .407 151 .490 453 .435

SCC/EMU Career Statistics

3FG FGA 41 120 34 84 75 204

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Pct .342 .405 .368

FT 71 37 108

FTA 97 44 141

Pct Off Def .732 23 76 .841 16 59 .766 39 135

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KEENAN PETERSON #42 6’9” * Freshman * Center * College Park, GA Banneker High School Major: Business Prep: Helped his team to a 20-9 record...Made it to the 2nd round of the Georgia State Tournament, lost to eventual 4A Champion Miller Grove...Averaged 12 points per game...10 rebounds per game...1.5 blocks per game. 30 Second Timeout Parents: Howard Peterson & Kelli Pace Date of Birth: October 9, 1991 Nickname: “Usain”, “Bolt Jr.”, “K.P.” Favorite Singer/Band: Lil Wayne Favorite Movie: Any Given Sunday, The wood Biggest Role Model: Kelli Pace Favorite Pro Athlete: Dwight Howard Favorite Food: Nachos, cheese burgers and steak fajitas Hobbies: Eating, working out, watching movies, listening to music and making people laugh.

TONY MARTIN

#44

6’5” * Junior * Forward * Cincinnati, OH Moeller High School Major: Accounting 2009-2010: Appeared in 24 games...Started 1...Averaged 1.5 points per game...Pulled down 1.2 rebounds per game...Shot 64% from the field...Had a season high 11 points against Temple Baptist...4 rebounds against Concord. 2009-2009: Appeared in 25 games...Started 9...Averaged 1.1 points per game...Pulled down 5 boards against Ohio Valley.

30 Second Timeout Parents: Terry & Lynnetta Martin Date of Birth: Apriil 14, 1990 Nickname: “Kapone” Favorite Singer/Band: Lil Wayne Favorite Movie: Life Biggest Role Model: My mom & dad Favorite Pro Athlete: Shaq Favorite Food: Chinese Food Hobbies: Sleep & hoop

Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 25 24 49

GS 9 1 10

Min 187 138 325

FG 11 9 20

Prep: Averaged 3.5 points per game...Grabbed 3.4 rebounds...Team was ranked no. 8 nationally...Won the Ohio State Championship.

FGA Pct 26 .423 14 .643 40 .500

LMU Career Statistics

3FG FGA 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 6 18 24

FTA 12 29 41

Pct Off Def .500 16 24 .621 10 18 .585 26 42

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Tot 40 28 68

Avg 1.6 1.2 1.4

A 3 7 10

TO 7 9 16

Blk Stl 1 6 2 7 3 13

Pts 28 36 64

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CHASE JONES

#55

6’5” * Freshman * Guard/Fwd * Knoxville, TN Austin East High School Major: Physcial Education & Kinesology Prep: Averaged 14 points and 8 rebounds as a senior…named to the All District team…was All-Tournament team in District 3AA…All KIL 3rd team…as a Junior was named Prep Xtra 2nd team…KIL first team.

30 Second Timeout Parents: Angela Jones Date of Birth: October 9, 1991 Nickname: “Big Twin” Favorite Singer/Band: “Yo Gotti” Favorite Movie: Training Day Biggest Role Model: My mother & grandmother Favorite Pro Athlete: Kobe Bryant Favorite Food: Pizza Hobbies: Reading & playing Madden

2010-2011 RAILSPLITTER ATHLETIC SUPPORT STAFF

Dr. Jack Mansfield Faculty Athletics Representative

Sam Turner Public Address/LMU Radio Network

Stephanie Smith Senior Woman Administrator

Marcia Hembree Cheer/Dance Coach

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Mike Smith Assistant Athletic Director & Compliance Coordinator

Robin Susong Administrative Assistant for Athletics

Dr. Howard Teitelbaum Team Physician

Josh Holt Head Athletic Trainer

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LMU CHEERLEADING & DANCE SQUADS

2010-11 Lincoln Memorial University Cheerleading Squad

Standing left to right: Abigail Hatmaker, Britnee Walker, Erica Ayers. Kneeling left to right: Ashley Lennon, Mara Earl, Shannon Wilder, Morgan Taylor. Seated left to right: Hannah Kate Byrge, Cheyenne Baker, Lori Adkins, Courtney Craft, Maggie Sizemore, Victoria Burns.

2010-11 Lincoln Memorial University Dance Team

Seated left to right: Sarah Watson, Smantha Lindsey, Amy Orick, Kayla Brantley, Courtney Hackey, Erin Bruce, Brittani Bezanson, Kristi Blaisdell, Leslie Garrett. Standing: Head Coach Marcia Yeary Hembree.

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2010-11 RAILSPLITTER OPPONENTS Anderson Trojans (22-8, 12-6 CC) Location .................................... Anderson, SC School Colors ......................... Gold and Black Arena ............................ Abney Center (1,000) Series Record ............... Anderson leads 1-0

Jan. 15 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 19 • Anderson, SC

Head Coach ................................ Jason Taylor AU Record (Yrs.) .................. 55-62 (4) Career Record (Yrs.) ............ 55-62 (4) www.autrojans.com

Brevard Tornados (21-10, 10-6 SAC) Location ...................................... Brevard, NC School Colors ............ Royal Blue, and White Arena ........................ Boshamer Gym (1,000) Series Record ........................ LMU leads 6-2

Jan. 19 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 16 • Brevard, NC

Head Coach ............................. Michael Jones BC Record (Yrs.) ....,,............ 162-177 (11) Career Record (Yrs.) .......... 201-198 (13) www.bctornados.com

Carson-Newman Eagles (11-18, 5-11 SAC) Location ............................ Jefferson City, TN School Colors .................... Orange and Blue Arena ....................... Holt Fieldhouse (2,000) Series Record ...................... CN leads 96-89

SID Contact ........................ Seth Montgomery Office .......................... (828) 884-8288 Fax ............................. (828) 884-8274 E-Mail ............ montgosj@brevard.edu

Jan. 26 • Jefferson City, TN / Feb. 23 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ................................ Chuck Benson CNC Record (Yrs.) ........... First year Career Record (Yrs.) ...... 137-95 (7) www.carsonnewmaneagles.com

Catawba Indians (20-11, 11-8 SAC) Location ................................... Salisbury, NC School Colors .............. Navy Blue and White Arena ........................ Goodman Gym (3,500) Series Record ........................... CC leads 10-6

SID Contact ............................... Randy Jones Office .......................... (864) 231-2097 Fax ............................. (864) 231-5601 E-Mail .... rjones@andersonuniversity.edu

SID Contact .................................. Zeke Beam Office .......................... (865) 471-3513 Fax ............................. (865) 471-3514 E-Mail ......................... zbeam@cn.edu

Dec. 14 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 5 • Salisbury, NC

Head Coach .............................. Jim Baker CC Record (Yrs.) ............... 304-166 (16) Career Record (Yrs.) ...... 304-166 (16) www.gocatawbaindians.com

SID Contact .................................... Jim Lewis Office .......................... (704) 637-4720 Fax ............................. (704) 637-5705 E-Mail ............. jdlewis@catawba.edu

Glenville State Pioneers (7-21, 6-16 WVIAC) Location .................................. Glenville, WV School Colors .................. Blue and White Arena ........................ Lilly Gym (1,500) Series Record .......................... First meeting

www.gscpioneers.com

Hiwassee Tigers (8-11) Location ................................ Madisonville, TN School Colors .......... Maroon, Gold and White Arena ........................................ Youell Gym () Series Record ....................... LMU leads 19-2

www.hiwassee.edu

www.lmcbobcats.com

www.lrbears.com

sports.mhc.edu

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SID Contact .................. Jessica Stauffacher Office ....................... (615) 904-8115 Fax ........................... (615) 898-5626 E-Mail ... stauffacher@goblueraiders.com

Jan. 8 • Newberry, SC / Feb. 12 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ............................ Dave Davis NC Record (Yrs.) .............. First year Career Record (Yrs.) ....... 343-200 (19) www.newberrywolves.com

SID Contact .................................. Rick Baker Office .......................... (828) 689-1373 Fax ............................. (828) 689-1440 E-Mail ...................... rbaker@mhc.edu

Nov. 4 • Murfreesboro, TN (Exhibition)

Head Coach ................... Kermit Davis, Jr. MTSU Record (Yrs.) .......... 137-110 (8) Career Record (Yrs.) ....... 208-160 (12)

SID Contact .................................. John Karrs Office ......................... (828) 327-7174 Fax ............................. (828) 267-3445 E-Mail .................... John.Karrs@lr.edu

Jan. 12 • Harrogate, TN / Feb. 9 • Mars Hill, NC

Head Coach ........................... Thomas Nash MHC Record (Yrs.) .............. 32-24 (2) Career Record (Yrs.) ........... 32-24 (2)

Newberry Wolves (10-18, 5-11 SAC) Location .............................. Newberry, SC School Colors ...................... Scarlet and Gray Arena ................................ Eleazor Arena (1,600) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 5-4

Jan. 3 • Harrogate, TN

SID Contact .................................. Whitney Noble Office ......................... (828) 898-3510 Fax ............................. (828) 898-8742 E-Mail ................. noblew@lmc.edu

Jan. 22 • Hickory,NC / Feb. 26 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ............................. Joh Lentz LRU Record (Yrs.) ................ 374-298 (24) Career Record (Yrs.) ............ 427-331 (27)

Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders (19-14, 13-5 SBC) Location .....,...................... Murfreesboro, TN School Colors ........,,,... Royal Blue and White Arena ....................... Murphy Center (11,520) Series Record ..................... MTSU leads 10-7

SID Contact ............................... Gene Renfro Office ......................... (423) 652-6368 Fax ............................. (423) 652-6041 E-Mail ................... gerenfro@king.edu

Head Coach .......................... Scott Polsgrove LMC Record (Yrs.) ................. 17-96 (4) Career Record (Yrs.) ........ 207-352 (18)

Mars Hill Lions (10-13, 5-6 SAC) Location .................................... Mars Hill, NC School Colors .............. Royal Blue and Gold Arena ......................... Stanford Arena (2,800) Series Record ......................... LMU leads 18-9

SID Contact .............................................. N/A Office ............................................. N/A Fax ................................................ N/A E-Mail ............................................ N/A

Nov. 23 • Harrogate, TN / Dec. 1 • Bristol, TN

www.kingtornado.com

Lenoir-Rhyne Bears (7-19, 5-11 SAC) Location ...................................... Hickory, NC School Colors .......................... Red and Black Arena ............................ Shuford Gym (8,500) Series Record ...................... L-R leads 8-3

Head Coach ........................ George Pitts KC Record (Yrs.) .................. 97-33 (4) Career Record (Yrs.) ............ 97-33 (4)

Lees-McRae Bobcats (3-24, 2-18 CC) Location ................................ Banner Elk, NC School Colors .............. Forest Green and Gold Arena ........................ Williams Gym (1,200) Series Record ........................... LMU leads 3-0

SID Contact ........................... Jonathan Griffin Office .......................... (304) 462-6238 Fax ............................. (304) 462-5593 E-Mail .... jonathan.griffin@glenville.edu

Nov. 18 • Madisonville, TN / Nov. 27 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ............................. Darrian Jones HC Record (Yrs.) ........................... N/A Career Record (Yrs.) ..................... N/A

King Tornado (24-6) Location ......................................... Bristol, TN School Colors ...................... Scarlet and Navy Arena ......................... Student Center (1,300) Series Record ...................... LMU leads 59-25

Dec. 11 • Glenville, WV

Head Coach ................................. Stephen Dye GSC Record (Yrs.) ............... 7-21 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) .......... 7-21 (1)

SID Contact ........................ Josh Manck Office .......................... (803) 321-5667 Fax ............................. (803) 321-5169 E-Mail ... josh.manck@newberry.edu

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2010-11 RAILSPLITTER OPPONENTS Transylvania Pioneers (14-12, 10-6 HCAC) Location .................................. Lexington, KY School Colors ...................... Crimson and White Arena ........................... Beck Center (1,200) Series Record ..................... TU leads 10-5

Truett-McConnell Bears (7-21) Location ................................... Cleveland, GA School Colors ......................... Blue and Goild Arena .......................... Johnson arena (6,500) Series Record ............................ First meeting

Nov. 8 • Harrogate, TN (Exhibition)

Head Coach .................... Brian Lane TU Record (Yrs.) ................. 150-90 (9) Career Record (Yrs.) ........... 150-90 (9) www.transy.edu/athletics

Head Coach ............................... Wade Mawdesly TMC Record (Yrs.) ........... 7-21 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) ......... 7-21 (1) www.truett.edu/athletics

Union Bulldogs (20-13, 11-5 MSC) Location ................................... Barbourville, KY School Colors ................. Orange and Black Arena ......................... Robsion Arena (1,800) Series Record ..................... UC leads 53-45

www.maryvillecollege.edu

www.tusculumpioneers.com

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SID Contact ............................. Dom Donnelly Office .......................... (423) 636-7326 Fax ............................. (423) 636-7370 E-Mail ......... ddonnelly@tusculum.edu

Dec. 4 • Wingate, NC / Jan. 29 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach .............................. Brian Good WU Record (Yrs.) ................. 26-30 (2) Career Record (Yrs.) ........... 149-254 (15) www.wingatebulldogs.com

SID Contact ............................ Jay Stancil Office ....................... (606) 546-1292 Fax ........................... (606) 546-1286 E-Mail ........... jstancil@unionky.edu

Jan. 5 • Greeneville, TN / Feb. 2 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ................................. Jim Boone TC Record (Yrs.) .................. 76-68 (5) Career Record (Yrs.) .......... 396-301 (24)

Wingate Bulldogs (14-14, 7-9 SAC) Location ...................................... Wingate, NC School Colors ........... Navy Blue and Old Gold Arena ............................. Cuddy Arena (2,300) Series Record ....................... WU leads 7-3

Nov. 13 • Harrogate, TN SID Contact ....................... Scott Sieniewicz Office ......... (706) 865-2134 ext. 241 Fax ........................... N/A E-Mail ..... ssieniewicz@truett.edu

Nov. 26 • Harrogate, TN

Head Coach ........................... Sean Gillespie UC Record (Yrs.) ................. 20-13 (1) Career Record (Yrs.) ........... 20-13 (1)

Tusculum Pioneers (16-12, 10-6 SAC) Location ................................. Greeneville, TN School Colors .................... Orange and Black Arena ........................... Pioneer Arena (2,000) Series Record ..................... LMU leads 113-42

SID Contact ............................ Glenn Osborne Office ....................... (859) 233-8284 Fax ........................... (859) 281-3638 E-Mail ....... gosborne@transy.edu

SID Contact .......................... David Sherwood Office .......................... (704) 233-8186 Fax ............................. (850) 474-3342 E-Mail ........... dsherwod@wingate.edu

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HISTORY

OF THE

SOUTH ATLANTIC CONFERENCE

THE SOUTH ATLANTIC CONFERENCE The South Atlantic Conference is in its 35th year of athletic tradition and excellence. The conference has enjoyed tremendous success due to dedicated people building a premier athletic conference throughout its history. The distant forerunner of the South Atlantic Conference was the North State Atlantic Conference (NSIAC). The NSIAC was formed when the “Little Six”, as it was called, broke from the North Carolina Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 1930. These charter members included Lenoir-Rhyne College, Atlantic Christian, Catawba College, Guilford College, Elon College, and High Point University. The North State continued to grow over the next 30 years, adding Western Carolina (1933), East Carolina (1947) and Pfeiffer (1960). A name change became necessary when the league accepted Newberry as its first South Carolina member in 1961. The league took on the name Carolinas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (CIAC) on May 20th of that year. The CIAC saw several changes in the following years as East Carolina withdrew from the league in 1962. Appalachian State and Western Carolina followed in 1971 and 1976. All three landed in the Southern Conference. The South Atlantic Conference was founded in 1975 solely as a football conference. The league received its name from a contest in which Kurt Brenneman of Greensboro, NC became the first to submit the SAC-8 moniker. The SAC-8 consisted of Carson-Newman College, Catawba College, Elon College, Gardner-Webb University, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Mars Hill College, Newberry College, and Presbyterian College. Dr. Fred Bentley, of Mars Hill College, was named league president for its inaugural year, by a vote of the member institutions. After the first season of play in the SAC-8, the Bears of Lenoir-Rhyne College captured the first football title. In 1989, the league’s 15th year of operation, the South Atlantic Conference became a comprehensive, multisport conference. Doug Echols was named the league’s first Commissioner. That year the South Atlantic Conference sponsored 10 sports - football, men’s

SAC office in Rock Hill, SC

Key dates in SAC history  1930 – North State Atlantic Conference formed when six schools broke from the North Carolina Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  1961 – Newberry joins league. Conference changes name to Carolinas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (CIAC)  1975 – South Atlantic Conference formed as football league with eight schools, called the SAC-8.  1988 – Wingate replaces Newberry  1989 – SAC became a multisport conference  1996 – Newberry rejoins conference  1998 – Tusculum joins conference  2006 – Lincoln Memorial joins conference  2007 – Brevard admitted as provisional member  2008 – Patrick Britz named Commissioner  2010 – Anderson (S.C.) University joins conference

and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s soccer, volleyball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis. Later the conference grew to 14 championship sports by adding women ‘s soccer (1990), men’s and women’s cross country (1993) and women’s golf (1999). The South Atlantic Conference was composed of the same eight member institutions

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from 1975 until 1988, when Wingate University replaced Newberry College as the eighth member institution. Newberry later rejoined the conference in 1996. In July of 1998, Tusculum College was admitted as a member of the league, and Lincoln Memorial University began play in the conference in the 2006-07 academic year. Brevard College was admitted as a provisional member in 2007. In 2008, Echols retired after serving as Commissioner for 19 years and Patrick Britz was hired as the new Commissioner. In July 2010, Anderson (S.C.) University joined the conference to become the league’s 10th member. Today the conference is a group of 10 private, liberal and civic arts colleges and universities, similar in size and athletic philosophy. Since becoming eligible for NCAA Division II postseason play in 1993, the league has sent representatives from all of its sponsored sports to NCAA postseason play. The league membership now includes Anderson University in Anderson, S.C.; Brevard College in Brevard, N.C.; Carson-Newman in Jefferson City, Tenn.; Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C.; Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, N.C.; Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tenn.; Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, N.C.; Newberry College in Newberry, S.C.; Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tenn.; and Wingate University in Wingate, N.C.

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2009-10

LMU Railsplitter Basketball Lincoln Memorial Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 14, 2010) All /games FINAL RAILSPLITTER RESULTS STATISTICS Overall record: 20-9 Conf: 9-7 Home: 13-2 Away: 7-6 Neutral: 0-1

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04 42 00 05 12 21 03 23 32 11 20 44 30 01 25 14

Player

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

gp-gs

Curry, D'Mario Johnson,Desmond Miller,Stuart Armstrong,Brandon O'Brien,Brandon Carden,Cameron Allen,Justin Jones,Wally Sanford,Carlos Vil,Marc-David Erland,Scott Martin, Tony Craig,Dustin Stanley, Josh x-Sikes,Robin x-Parker,Dominic Team Total.......... Opponents......

28-24 29-27 29-29 23-20 28-5 28-4 25-16 24-7 23-4 23-6 18-1 24-1 16-0 4-0 3-0 4-1

759 696 939 682 417 508 451 344 327 272 128 138 97 14 15 38

29 29

5825 5825

27.1 24.0 32.4 29.7 14.9 18.1 18.0 14.3 14.2 11.8 7.1 5.8 6.1 3.5 5.0 9.5

168-286 145-244 93-222 75-198 83-166 56-136 60-117 49-112 31-82 20-57 17-40 9-14 9-19 4-7 5-6 3-13

.587 .594 .419 .379 .500 .412 .513 .438 .378 .351 .425 .643 .474 .571 .833 .231

1-7 1-3 65-167 42-112 3-14 47-116 1-8 27-60 10-28 2-9 10-24 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-0 0-1

.143 .333 .389 .375 .214 .405 .125 .450 .357 .222 .417 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

136-202 69-120 68-87 34-50 45-61 38-44 29-52 22-31 28-39 15-31 4-6 18-29 1-5 1-4 0-2 0-2

.673 .575 .782 .680 .738 .864 .558 .710 .718 .484 .667 .621 .200 .250 .000 .000

off

93 67 4 22 44 5 15 12 4 18 11 10 8 1 2 0 53 827-1719 .481 212-555 .382 508-765 .664 369 677-1819 .372 181-576 .314 449-641 .700 363

Rebounds def tot avg

219 114 70 105 83 31 59 35 15 33 28 18 11 4 0 5 66 896 671

312 181 74 127 127 36 74 47 19 51 39 28 19 5 2 5 119 1265 1034

11.1 6.2 2.6 5.5 4.5 1.3 3.0 2.0 0.8 2.2 2.2 1.2 1.2 1.3 0.7 1.3

pf dq

a

to blk stl

pts

93 5 59 112 96 41 473 96 5 27 78 28 14 360 75 2 96 61 5 27 319 38 0 63 35 6 34 226 38 1 13 36 11 1 214 54 1 44 32 2 18 197 36 0 41 36 2 19 150 22 0 32 24 4 18 147 28 0 57 26 1 18 100 32 1 30 27 2 13 57 15 0 2 6 3 1 48 29 0 7 9 2 7 36 23 1 3 6 12 2 19 3 0 0 2 1 0 12 4 0 1 2 1 0 10 3 0 5 3 0 4 6 1 2 43.6 590 16 480 497 176 217 2374 35.7 618 - 342 448 96 226 1984

avg

16.9 12.4 11.0 9.8 7.6 7.0 6.0 6.1 4.3 2.5 2.7 1.5 1.2 3.0 3.3 1.5 81.9 68.4

x-Inactive player 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 Lincoln Memorial Opponents

LMUM 2374 81.9 +13.4 827-1719 .481 212-555 .382 7.3 508-765 .664 17.5 1265 43.6 +8.0 480 16.6 497 17.1 -1.7 1.0 217 7.5 176 6.1 9767 15-651 -

1st 2nd 1106 1255 914 1053

OT 13 17

OPP 1984 68.4 677-1819 .372 181-576 .314 6.2 449-641 .700 15.5 1034 35.7 342 11.8 448 15.4 0.8 226 7.8 96 3.3 7062 13-501 1-550 Totals 2374 1984

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Date 11/17/09 11/20/09 11/21/09 11/24/09 11/28/09 12/01/09 12/05/09 12/12/09 12/15/09 12/17/09 12/28/09 01/02/10 01/06/10 01/09/10 01/13/10 01/16/10 01/20/10 01/23/10 01/27/10 02/01/10 02/03/10 02/06/10 02/11/10 02/13/10 02/17/10 02/20/10 02/27/10 03/03/10 03/06/10

Opponent TENNESSEE TEMPLE HIWASSEE CONCORD at Lane at Hiwassee TEMPLE BAPTIST CARSON-NEWMAN at Concord KING at West Va. Wesleyan TEMPLE BAPTIST at Wingate at Tusculum BREVARD NEWBERRY at Lenoir-Rhyne at Catawba MARS HILL at King WINGATE TUSCULUM at Brevard at Mars Hill LENOIR-RHYNE CATAWBA at Carson-Newman at Newberry MARS HILL vs Catawba

W W W L W W W W W W W L W W W W L Lot W W W L W L W L L W L

Score 87-65 143-62 92-66 56-73 111-47 98-46 70-67 89-71 73-66 67-52 117-58 71-86 67-52 85-70 81-66 69-63 85-88 92-96 77-58 84-69 65-62 70-88 94-84 73-75 80-73 75-78 60-63 83-70 60-70

Att. 572 585 520 312 150 258 2279 300 215 190 230 335 311 665 627 1240 387 660 300 409 717 863 480 610 612 1314 330 808 550

* = South Atlantic Conference game & = DeBusk / Burchett Holiday Classic # = Food Lion SAC Tournament

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2009-10 OVERALL/CONFERENCE ONLY STATISTICS LMU Railsplitter Basketball

Lincoln Memorial Overall/Conference Statistics (as of Sep 23, 2010) All games

|-----------------OVERALL STATISTICS------------------| |----------------CONFERENCE STATISTICS--------------| SUMMARY GP-GS Min/G FG% 3PT% FT% R/G A/G STL BLK PTS/G GP-GS Min/G FG% 3PT% FT% R/G A/G STL BLK PTS/G -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Curry, D'Mario...... 28-24 27.1 .587 .143 .673 11.1 2.1 41 96 16.9 16-15 29.3 .565 .000 .625 11.3 2.3 25 64 16.9 Johnson,Desmond..... 29-27 24.0 .594 .333 .575 6.2 0.9 14 28 12.4 16-15 23.1 .577 .000 .538 5.3 0.7 7 10 11.1 Miller,Stuart....... 29-29 32.4 .419 .389 .782 2.6 3.3 27 5 11.0 16-16 34.6 .410 .398 .746 2.9 2.9 19 4 10.9 Armstrong,Brandon... 23-20 29.7 .379 .375 .680 5.5 2.7 34 6 9.8 16-15 31.6 .393 .376 .714 5.3 2.5 20 4 10.9 O'Brien,Brandon..... 28-5 14.9 .500 .214 .738 4.5 0.5 1 11 7.6 16-2 16.1 .425 .200 .875 4.1 0.5 1 5 6.1 Carden,Cameron...... 28-4 18.1 .412 .405 .864 1.3 1.6 18 2 7.0 15-1 17.4 .429 .423 .923 1.2 1.4 12 2 6.7 Allen,Justin........ 25-16 18.0 .513 .125 .558 3.0 1.6 19 2 6.0 14-6 13.1 .513 .250 .500 1.5 1.1 7 1 3.5 Jones,Wally......... 24-7 14.3 .438 .450 .710 2.0 1.3 18 4 6.1 11-4 11.9 .306 .250 .625 1.0 1.1 6 1 3.3 Sanford,Carlos...... 23-4 14.2 .378 .357 .718 0.8 2.5 18 1 4.3 13-0 12.8 .297 .313 .697 0.8 1.7 9 1 3.8 Vil,Marc-David...... 23-6 11.8 .351 .222 .484 2.2 1.3 13 2 2.5 13-6 12.8 .324 .400 .556 2.2 0.9 4 1 2.6 Erland,Scott........ 18-1 7.1 .425 .417 .667 2.2 0.1 1 3 2.7 8-0 6.8 .409 .444 .500 1.5 0.0 1 1 3.5 Martin, Tony........ 24-1 5.8 .643 .000 .621 1.2 0.3 7 2 1.5 12-0 4.1 .500 .000 .500 0.7 0.2 1 1 0.6 Craig,Dustin........ 16-0 6.1 .474 .000 .200 1.2 0.2 2 12 1.2 7-0 6.4 .556 .000 .000 1.1 0.0 0 4 1.4 Stanley, Josh....... 4-0 3.5 .571 .500 .250 1.3 0.0 0 1 3.0 3-0 4.7 .667 .600 .250 1.7 0.0 0 1 4.0 x-Sikes,Robin....... 3-0 5.0 .833 .000 .000 0.7 0.3 0 1 3.3 x-Parker,Dominic.... 4-1 9.5 .231 .000 .000 1.3 1.3 4 0 1.5 Total............... 29 .481 .382 .664 43.6 16.6 217 176 81.9 16 .458 .377 .657 40.3 14.2 112 100 76.3 Opponents........... 29 .372 .314 .700 35.7 11.8 226 96 68.4 16 .406 .327 .739 35.0 12.1 140 58 73.8 |-----------------OVERALL STATISTICS------------------| |----------------CONFERENCE STATISTICS--------------| SCORING FG-FGA FG% 3FG-FGA 3PT% FT-FTA FT% PTS PTS/G FG-FGA FG% 3FG-FGA 3PT% FT-FTA FT% PTS PTS/G -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Curry, D'Mario...... 168-286 .587 1-7 .143 136-202 .673 473 16.9 95-168 .565 0-3 .000 80-128 .625 270 16.9 Johnson,Desmond..... 145-244 .594 1-3 .333 69-120 .575 360 12.4 71-123 .577 0-0 .000 35-65 .538 177 11.1 Miller,Stuart....... 93-222 .419 65-167 .389 68-87 .782 319 11.0 48-117 .410 35-88 .398 44-59 .746 175 10.9 Armstrong,Brandon... 75-198 .379 42-112 .375 34-50 .680 226 9.8 59-150 .393 32-85 .376 25-35 .714 175 10.9 O'Brien,Brandon..... 83-166 .500 3-14 .214 45-61 .738 214 7.6 34-80 .425 2-10 .200 28-32 .875 98 6.1 Carden,Cameron...... 56-136 .412 47-116 .405 38-44 .864 197 7.0 27-63 .429 22-52 .423 24-26 .923 100 6.7 Allen,Justin........ 60-117 .513 1-8 .125 29-52 .558 150 6.0 20-39 .513 1-4 .250 8-16 .500 49 3.5 Jones,Wally......... 49-112 .438 27-60 .450 22-31 .710 147 6.1 11-36 .306 4-16 .250 10-16 .625 36 3.3 Sanford,Carlos...... 31-82 .378 10-28 .357 28-39 .718 100 4.3 11-37 .297 5-16 .313 23-33 .697 50 3.8 Vil,Marc-David...... 20-57 .351 2-9 .222 15-31 .484 57 2.5 11-34 .324 2-5 .400 10-18 .556 34 2.6 Erland,Scott........ 17-40 .425 10-24 .417 4-6 .667 48 2.7 9-22 .409 8-18 .444 2-4 .500 28 3.5 Martin, Tony........ 9-14 .643 0-0 .000 18-29 .621 36 1.5 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 5-10 .500 7 0.6 Craig,Dustin........ 9-19 .474 0-0 .000 1-5 .200 19 1.2 5-9 .556 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 10 1.4 Stanley, Josh....... 4-7 .571 3-6 .500 1-4 .250 12 3.0 4-6 .667 3-5 .600 1-4 .250 12 4.0 x-Sikes,Robin....... 5-6 .833 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 10 3.3 x-Parker,Dominic.... 3-13 .231 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 6 1.5 Total............... 827-1719 .481 212-555 .382 508-765 .664 2374 81.9 406-886 .458 114-302 .377 295-449 .657 1221 76.3 Opponents........... 677-1819 .372 181-576 .314 449-641 .700 1984 68.4 399-983 .406 96-294 .327 286-387 .739 1180 73.8 |-----------------OVERALL STATISTICS------------------| |----------------CONFERENCE STATISTICS--------------| TOTALS O-REB D-REB TOTAL PF FO A TO A/TO Hi Pts O-REB D-REB TOTAL PF FO A TO A/TO Hi Pts -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Curry, D'Mario...... 93 219 312 93 5 59 112 0.5 33 56 124 180 58 3 37 73 0.5 33 Johnson,Desmond..... 67 114 181 96 5 27 78 0.3 22 38 46 84 58 4 11 38 0.3 22 Miller,Stuart....... 4 70 74 75 2 96 61 1.6 24 2 44 46 43 2 47 38 1.2 21 Armstrong,Brandon... 22 105 127 38 0 63 35 1.8 20 16 68 84 28 0 40 29 1.4 20 O'Brien,Brandon..... 44 83 127 38 1 13 36 0.4 26 19 47 66 23 1 8 25 0.3 17 Carden,Cameron...... 5 31 36 54 1 44 32 1.4 23 3 15 18 28 1 21 18 1.2 14 Allen,Justin........ 15 59 74 36 0 41 36 1.1 22 8 13 21 20 0 15 27 0.6 11 Jones,Wally......... 12 35 47 22 0 32 24 1.3 27 5 6 11 8 0 12 10 1.2 11 Sanford,Carlos...... 4 15 19 28 0 57 26 2.2 14 3 7 10 13 0 22 12 1.8 13 Vil,Marc-David...... 18 33 51 32 1 30 27 1.1 11 10 19 29 20 1 12 13 0.9 11 Erland,Scott........ 11 28 39 15 0 2 6 0.3 16 4 8 12 8 0 0 1 0.0 16 Martin, Tony........ 10 18 28 29 0 7 9 0.8 11 3 5 8 10 0 2 1 2.0 4 Craig,Dustin........ 8 11 19 23 1 3 6 0.5 6 5 3 8 12 1 0 2 0.0 6 Stanley, Josh....... 1 4 5 3 0 0 2 0.0 12 1 4 5 3 0 0 2 0.0 12 x-Sikes,Robin....... 2 0 2 4 0 1 2 0.5 8 x-Parker,Dominic.... 0 5 5 3 0 5 3 1.7 2 Total............... 369 896 1265 590 16 480 497 1.0 117 202 443 645 332 13 227 291 0.8 94 Opponents........... 363 671 1034 618 - 342 448 0.8 96 198 362 560 361 11 194 229 0.8 96

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RAILSPLITTER CAREER RECORDS (1983-present unless otherwise noted) Points

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Name Nick Sanford Keith Beck Don Burton Doug Potter Brownell Bryant Darrell Cox Rick Trivett Andrew Lewis Craig Zeigler Steve Marsee Lawrence Buell Roger Lundy Terry Cain Jimmy Miller Bill Cain Danny Gibbs Kenny Jones Charles Slappey Mark Cartwright Lester McCarter

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Name Nick Sanford Keith Beck Darrell Cox Craig Zeigler Charles Slappey Mark Cartwright Lawrence Buell Jimmy Miller Kenny Jones Thomas Harrison

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Seasons (1986-90) (1982-86) (1954-58) (1973-76) (1944-49) (1985-89) (1967-71) (1978-82) (1998-02) (1977-81) (1986-89) (1956-59) (1970-74) (1997-01) (1992-96) (1969-73) (1975-79) (1976-78) (1975-77) (1946-50)

Field Goals Made Seasons (1986-90) (1983-86) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1976-78) (1975-77) (1986-89) (1997-01) (1975-78) (1987-91)

Pos. Name Seasons 1. Keith Beck (1982-86) 2. Kenny Jones (1975-78) 3. Nick Sanford (1986-90) 4. Charles Slappey (1976-78) 5. Darrell Cox (1985-89) 6. Lawrence Buell (1986-89) 7. Dwight Windom (2001-03) 8. Roderick Robinson (1985-89) 9. Howard Jackson (1998-00) 10. D’Mario Curry (2008-10) * Freshman season stats N/A. Had 947 in seasons. Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Charles Slappey Kenny Jones Dwight Windom Howard Jackson Keith Beck

FGM 1299 817 696 552 501 497 497 495 478 424

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Nick Sanford Keith Beck Darrell Cox Craig Zeigler Bill Cain Jimmy Miller Lawrence Buell Kenny Jones Charles Slappey Mark Cartwright

3-Point Field Goals Made Name Nick Sanford Craig Zeigler Lawrence Buell David Hopper Jamie Shannon Stuart Miller Beau Brown Mike Comparato Gary Barnes Brad Seal

Seasons (1986-90) (1998-02) (1986-89) (1989-93) (2001-03) (2008-10) (2006-08) (1998-03) (1993-95) (2001-05)

Free Throws Made

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Nick Sanford Darrell Cox Craig Zeigler Keith Beck Bill Cain Jimmy Miller Jasper Mallory D’Mario Curry Lawrence Buell Fred Lee

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Nick Sanford Keith Beck Jasper Mallory Mark Cartwright Jerald Hyatt Charles Slappey Craig Zeigler Fred Lee Lawrence Buell Troy Coleman

Seasons (1986-90) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1983-86) (1992-96) (1997-01) (1997-99) (2008-10) (1986-89) (1975-77)

Scoring Average Seasons (1986-90) (1983-86) (1997-99) (1975-77) (1984-86) (1976-78) (1998-02) (1975-77) (1986-89) (1993-95)

Rebounds

Pts. 3629 2526 2032 1797 1779 1753 1730 1708 1662 1501 1395 1372 1363 1341 1262 1225 1140 1124 1108 1100

Rebound Average Seasons (1976-78) (1976-78) (2001-03) (1998-00) (1983-86)

Field Goal Attempts Seasons (1986-90) (1983-86) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1992-96) (1997-01) (1986-89) (1975-78) (1976-78) (1975-77)

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Fred Lee Toby Howell Steve Hampton Nick Sanford Bill Cain Mike Comparato Lawrence Buell Tim Sullivan Roderick Robinson Mark Cartwright

Reb. 11.9 11.3 11.0 10.8 10.1

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Fred Lee Toby Howell Steve Hampton Lawrence Buell Mark Cartwright

FGA 2485 1452 1248 1189 1053 999 969 925 864 847

Pos. Name Seasons 1. Roderick Robinson(1985-89) 2. Mark Cartwright (1975-77) 3. Charles Slappey (1976-78) 4. Howard Jackson (1998-00) 5. Thomas Harrison (1987-91) 6. Keith Beck (1983-86) 7. Richard Buckner (1992-94) Darrell Cox (1985-89) 9. Jerry Burnette (1983-85) 10. Nick Sanford (1986-90)

3-Point Field Goal Attempts

3-FGM 297 226 178 168 154 124 116 113 110 108

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Name Nick Sanford Craig Zeigler David Hopper Jamie Shannon Lawrence Buell Beau Brown Stuart Miller Gary Barnes Bill Cain Mike Comparato

Seasons (1986-90) (1998-02) (1989-93) (2001-03) (1986-89) (2006-08) (2008-10) (1993-95) (1992-96) (1998-03)

FTM 734 361 332 330 323 266 229 225 223 216

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Nick Sanford Keith Beck Darrell Cox Bill Cain Craig Zeigler Jimmy Miller D’Mario Curry Howard Jackson Lawrence Buell Roderick Robinson

Avg. 31.0 20.9 19.5 18.8 18.1 17.8 17.1 16.9 16.6 16.4

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Keith Beck D’Mario Curry Lawrence Buell Nick Sanford Corey Wilson Darrell Cox Kenneth Fox Titus Hunter Steve Hampton Roderick Robinson

Free Throw Attempts

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Blocks

Seasons (1983-86) (2008-10) (1986-89) (1986-90) (1995-98) (1985-89) (2004-06) (1991-94) (1985-89) (1985-89)

Assists

Reb. 1000+* 1014 810 750 734 669 615 582 552 523 last three

3FGA 707 536 455 440 416 394 339 332 309 307

FTA 849 520 472 470 445 360 357 334 327 306

Blks 190 149 123 104 95 90 80 69 58 55

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Assist Average

Seasons (1975-77) (1983-85) (1985-89) (1986-89) (1975-77)

Ass. 635 625 613 435 405 401 357 342 307 233

Avg. 10.8 9.6 5.2 4.3 3.9

Field Goal Percentage

FG Pct. .603 (389-645) .587 (497-847) .580 (501-864) .570 (259-454) .569 (424-745) .563 (817-1452) .558 (258-462) .558 (696-1248) .528 (378-716) .523 (1299-2485)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum 100 made) Pos. Name Seasons FG Pct. 1. Lawrence Buell (1986-89) .428 (178-416) 2. Craig Zeigler (1998-02) .422 (226-536) 3. Nick Sanford (1986-90) .420 (297-707) 4. Brad Seal (2001-05) .399 (108-271) 5. David Hopper (1989-93) .369 (168-455) 6. Mike Comparato (1998-03) .368 (113-307) 7. Stuart Miller (2008-10) .366 (124-339) 8. Jamie Shannon (2001-03) .350 (154-440) 9. Gary Barnes (1993-95) .331 (110-332) 10. Bill Cain (1992-96) .327 (101-309)

Free Throw Percentage

Pos. Name 1. Nick Sanford 2. Fred Lee 3. Brad Seal 4. Jasper Mallory 5. Darrell Cox 6. Craig Zeigler 7. Steve Hampton 8. Jimmy Miller 9. Richard Buckner 10. Kenny Jones

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Seasons (1986-90) (1975-77) (2001-05) (1997-99) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1985-89) (1997-01) (1992-94) (1975-78)

Steals

Name Steve Hampton Roderick Robinson Nick Sanford Fred Lee Kenny Jones Keith Beck Bill Cain Tim Sullivan Charles Slappey Mark Cartwright

FT Pct. .865 (734-849) .854 (216-253) .792 (175-221) .774 (229-296) .765 (361-472) .746 (332-445) .741 (166-224) .739 (266-360) .722 (195-270) .697 (184-264)

Seasons (1985-89) (1985-89) (1986-90) (1975-77) (1975-78) (1983-86) (1992-96) (1984-87) (1976-78) (1975-77)

Steals 252 246 232 217 211 183 168 154 147 141

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Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Mark Cartwright Nick Sanford Keith Beck Darrell Cox Charles Slappey Keith Beck Doug Potter

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Mark Cartwright Nick Sanford Keith Beck Charles Slappey Doug Potter Keith Beck Jerald Hyatt Keith Beck

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Seasons Gms Pts (1988-89) 30 1028 (1986-87) 31 967 (1987-88) 26 883 (1976-77) 35 755 (1989-90) 30 751 (1983-84) 32 722 (1986-87) 31 635 (1976-77) 35 626 (1984-85) 32 625 (1975-76) 36 619

Field Goals Made Seasons (1988-89) (1986-87) (1976-77) (1989-90 (1983-84) (1976-77) (1975-76) (1984-85) (1985-86) (1985-86)

Gms FGM 30 383 31 360 35 336 26 310 26 298 35 282 36 265 32 263 30 262 30 256

3-Point Field Goals Made Name David Hopper Nick Sanford David Lopez Craig Zeigler Jamie Shannon Nick Sanford Jamie Shannon Lawrence Buell Nick Sanford Lawrence Buell

Seasons (1990-91) (1988-89) (2006-07) (2001-02) (2002-03) (1989-90) (2001-02) (1986-87) (1987-88) (1988-89)

Gms 3FGM 26 90 30 86 26 85 27 83 29 81 26 77 23 73 31 72 30 72 30 71

Free Throws Made

Name Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Fred Lee D’Mario Curry Howard Jackson Darrell Cox Keith Beck Jasper Mallory

Seasons (1987-88) (1989-90) (1986-87) (1988-89) (1976-77) (2009-10) (1999-00) (1986-87) (1983-84) (1998-99)

Scoring Average

Name Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Jimmy Miller Keith Beck Wille Roberts Craig Zeigler Mark Cartwright Troy Coleman

Seasons (1988-89) (1989-90) (1986-87) (1987-88) (2000-01) (1983-84) (1983-84) (2001-02) (1976-77) (1994-95)

Gms FTM 30 187 26 186 31 185 30 176 35 141 28 136 24 133 31 133 32 126 25 124

Gms Avg. 30 34.3 26 34.0 31 31.2 30 25.0 23 22.7 32 22.6 23 22.3 27 21.7 35 21.6 25 21.6

Rebounds

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Name Charles Slappey Kenny Jones Keith Beck Dave Colbert Kenny Jones Dwight Windom Howard Jackson Keith Beck Charles Slappey Kenny Jones

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Mark Cartwright Jerald Hyatt Keith Beck Doug Potter Charles Slappey Troy Coleman Keith Beck

Seasons (1976-77) (1976-77) (1984-85) (1975-76) (1975-76) (2002-03) (1999-00) (1985-86) (1977-78) (1977-78)

Gms Reb. 35 447 34 397 32 350 33 349 29 325 29 324 24 321 30 321 28 303 27 292

Field Goal Attempts Seasons (1988-89) (1986-87) (1989-90 (1976-77) (1985-86) (1983-84) (1975-76) (1976-77) (1994-95) (1984-85)

Gms FGA 30 731 31 675 26 632 35 558 30 523 26 510 36 504 35 502 25 477 32 472

3-Point Field Goal Attempts

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name David Hopper Jamie Shannon Beau Brown Jamie Shannon Nick Sanford Craig Zeigler David Lopez Nick Sanford Stuart Miller Beau Brown

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8. 9.

Name Nick Sanford Howard Jackson Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Nick Sanford D’Mario Curry Keith Beck Darrell Cox Terry Delaney Keith Beck

Seasons (1990-91) (2002-03) (2007-08) (2001-02) (1988-89) (2001-02) (2006-07) (1989-90) (2008-09) (2006-07)

Gms 3FGA 26 238 29 224 27 223 23 216 30 209 27 199 26 193 26 175 28 172 28 171

Free Throw Attempts Seasons (1986-87) (1999-00) (1987-88) (1989-90) (1988-89) (2009-10) (1983-84) (1986-87) (2007-08) (1984-85)

Gms FTA 31 218 24 213 30 212 26 211 30 208 28 202 32 189 31 174 27 168 32 168

*-Complete stats exist from 1983-present. Stats from 1975-78, 79-80, and 81-82 also exist. Some stats from other seasons are known, such as total points and rebounds, and have been included. Some stats, such as made field goals, are incomplete stats for some players, but what we have has been included. The LMU Sports Information Department is actively searching for stats from those missing seasons. If you can help or have any questions, please call Rusty Peace or Bill Porter at (423) 869-6236.

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Assists

Name Fred Lee Toby Howell Toby Howell Fred Lee Tim Sullivan Steve Hampton Steve Hampton Mark Cartwright Lawrence Buell Mike Comparato Adrian Porter

Seasons (1976-77) (1984-85) (1983-84) (1975-76) (1985-86) (1988-89) (1987-88) (1976-77) (1988-89) (2000-01) (2003-04)

Gms Ass. 35 414 33 354 32 271 24 221 30 205 29 196 30 183 35 153 30 150 25 144 27 144

Field Goal Percentage

# Name Seasons 1. Roderick Robinson (1986-87) 2. D’Mario Curry (2008-09) 3. Terry Delaney (2007-08) 4. Kenny Jones (1977-78) 5. Charles Slappey (1977-78) 6. Mark Cartwright (1976-77) 7. Thomas Harrison (1990-91) Roderick Robinson (1988-89) 9. Atravius Mitchell (2006-07) 10. Desmond Johnson (2009-10)

Gm FG Pct. 31 .656 (147-224) 26 .627 (153-244) 27 .620 (173-279) 27 .608 (188-309 28 .605 (219-362) 35 .602 (336-558) 27 .600 (225-375) 30 .600 (105-175) 28 .597 (111-186) 29 .594 (145-244)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

# Name 1. Lawrence Buell 2. Wally Jones 3. Craig Zeigler 4. Brad Seal 5. David Lopez Nick Sanford 7. Nick Sanford 8. Lawrence Buell 9. Bill Cain 10. Craig Zeigler

Seasons (1988-89) (2009-10) (2000-01) (2003-04) (2006-07) (1989-90) (1987-88) (1986-87) (1992-93) (1998-99)

Gm 3-FG Pct. 30 .473 (71-150) 24 .450 (27-60) 25 .444 (60-135) 27 .443 (43-97) 26 .440 (85-193) 26 .440 (77-175) 30 .436 (72-165) 31 .429 (72-168) 25 .426 (26-61) 27 .425 (54-127)

Free Throw Percentage

# Name 1. Fred Lee 2. Nick Sanford Nick Sanford 4. Nick Sanford 5. Nick Sanford 6. Jasper Mallory 7. Darrell Cox Richard Buckner 9. Craig Zeigler Jasper Mallory

Pos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Seasons (1976-77) (1987-88) (1989-90) (1986-87) (1988-89) (1997-98) (1986-87) (1993-94) (2000-01) (1998-99)

Gm FT Pct. 35 .898 (141-157) 30 .882 (187-212) 26 .882 (186-211) 31 .849 (185-218) 30 .846 (176-208) 25 .789 (105-133) 31 .764 (133-174) 25 .764 (113-148) 25 .761 (102-134) 25 .761 (124-163)

Rebounding Average

Name Howard Jackson Charles Slappey Kenny Jones Dwight Windom Kenny Jones D’Mario Curry Keith Beck Dwight Windom Charles Slappey Kenny Jones

Seasons (1999-00) (1976-77) (1976-77) (2002-03) (1975-76) (2009-10) (1984-85) (2001-02) (1977-78) (1977-78)

Gms Avg. 24 13.4 35 12.8 34 11.7 29 11.2 29 11.2 28 11.1 32 10.9 27 10.8 28 10.8 27 10.8 

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RAILSPLITTER SINGLE-GAME / TURNER ARENA RECORDS

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

(1992-present unless otherwise indicated) INDIVIDUAL Most Points Scored 83, Brownell Bryant vs. TN Wesleyan, 12-16-44 Most Field Goals Made 17, DeAngelo Johnson at Bluefield State, 12-31-02 Most Field Goals Attempted 30, DeAngelo Johnson at Bluefield State, 12-31-02 Best Field goal Percentage 1.000 (8-8), Howard Jackson vs. West Alabama 01-05-00 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 9, Mark Mattson vs. Bluefield State, 11-22-96 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 19, Jamie Shannon at Ashland, 12-03-01 Best 3-Point Percentage .857 (6-7), Jamie Shannon vs. OSU-Newark, 11-17-01 Most Free Throws Made 16, Jasper Mallory vs. Tusculum, 02-03-99 16, Terrence Washington vs. West Alabama, 01-06-97 Most Free Throw Attempts 22, Howard Jackson at North Alabama, 01-22-00 Best Free Throw Percentage 1.000 (16-16) Jasper Mallory vs. Tusculum, 02-03-99 Most Rebounds 26, Howard Jackson vs. West Alabama, 02-21-00 Most Assists 17, Fred Lee at Carson-Newman, 02-05-77 Most Steals 7, Dwight Windom vs. Montevallo, 01-11-03 7, Jay Durr vs. West Alabama, 12-08-01 7, Toron Clark vs. Union, 12-05-98 Most Blocked Shots 8, D’Mario Curry vs. Mars Hill, 03-03-10 8, D’Mario Curry at Mars Hill, 02-11-10 TEAM Most Points Scored 144, vs. Tusculum, 1-14-88 Most Field Goals Made 60, vs. Hiwassee, 11-20-09 Most Field Goals Attempted 90, at West Florida, 01-19-02 Best Field Goal Percentage (20 made) .690 (60-87), vs. Hiwassee, 11-20-09 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 21, at North Greenville, 02-20-07 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 44, at North Greenville, 02-20-07 Best 3-Point Percentage (10 made) .688 (11-16), vs. West Georgia, 01-27-96 Most Free Throws Made 35, at West Alabama, 01-08-96 Most Free Throw Attempts 50, at West Alabama, 01-08-96 Best Free Throw Percentage (10 made) .917 (11-12) vs. Carson-Newman, 12-03-02 Most Rebounds 67, vs. Temple Baptist, 12-01-09 67, vs. Hiwassee, 11-20-09 Most Assists 37, vs. Hiwassee, 11-20-09 Most Steals 21, vs. Brevard, 11-28-06 Most Blocked Shots 11, vs. Bluefield State, 11-22-96 The LMU Sports Information Department has complete game-by-game stats from 1992 onward. We are in the process of getting stats from 1986-92 and some other years. When possible, if a record is known it is listed. For more information or if you can help us find some records, call the Sports Information office at (423) 869-6236.

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Individual Points .............................................. 38 by DeAngelo Johnson vs. Lee 11-21-03 FG made ......................................... 13 by DeAngelo Johnson vs. Lee 11-21-03 and by Troy Coleman on 2 occasions FG attempted ..................... 27 by Troy Coleman vs. Mississippi College 2-11-95 FG percentage ........ 1.000 (9-9) by Roderick Preyer vs. Bluefield State 11-27-92 3FG made ................... 9 by 3, MR by Mark Mattson vs. Bluefield State 11-22-96 3 FG attempted ............................... 14 by 5, MR by Beau Brown vs. PC 2-7-07 3 FG percentage ..........1.000 (4-4) by Carlos Sanford vs. TBC 12-1-09 FT made .......................... 16 by 2, MR by Jasper Mallory vs. Tusculum 2-3-99 FT attempted .................. 19 by D’Mario Curry vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 2-13-10 FT percentage ................. 1.000 (16-16) by Jasper Mallory vs. Tusculum 2-3-99 Off. Rebounds ...................... 12 by Howard Jackson vs. West Florida 1-17-00 Def. Rebounds .................. 19 by Howard Jackson vs. West Alabama 2-21-00 Total Rebounds .................... 26 by Howard Jackson vs. West Alabama 2-21-00 Assists .................................. 13 by Carlos Sanford vs. Hiwassee 11-20-09 Turnovers ............................... 9 by D’Mario Curry vs. Catawba 2-17-10 Blocks ................................................ 8 by D’Mario Curry vs. Mars Hill 3-3-10 Steals .....................................7 by 2, MR by Jay Durr vs. West Alabama 12-8-01 Team Points FG made FG attempted FG percentage 3FG made 3FG attempted 3 FG percentage FT made FT attempted FT percentage Off. Rebounds Def. Rebounds Total Rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals Points 1st half Points 2nd half

High Low 143 vs.Hiwassee 11-20-09 40 vs. VSU 2-9-04 60 vs. Hiwassee 11-20-09 14 vs. 2, MR vs. Montevallo 1-17-05 87 vs. Hiwassee 11-20-09 42 vs. VSU 2-10-03 .690 (60-87) vs. Hiwassee 11-20-09 .259 (14-54) vs. VSU 2-9-04 15 vs. 4, MR vs. West GA 2-28-04 0 vs. 7 35 vs. West Georgia 2-28-04 0 vs. D. C. 12-18-92 .688 (11-16) vs. West Georgia 1-27-96 .000 vs. 7 33 vs. Tusculum 2-3-99 5 vs. 4, MR vs. UNA (1-26-04) 45 vs. North Alabama 2-17-96 6 vs. 3, MR vs. UAH 2-22-03 .895 (17-19) vs. Milligan 11-30-93 .364 (12-33) vs. Allen 1-21-95 29 vs. West Georgia 2-5-00 5 vs. 4. MR vs. Carson-Newman 12-20-03 56 vs. Temple Baptist 12-01-09 12 vs. 2 67 vs. Hiwassee 11-20-90 & vs.TBC 12-01-09 24, MR vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 2-16-08 37 vs. Hiwassee 11-20-09 5 vs. 2, MR vs. VSU 2-9-04 34 vs. Mars Hill 2-11-09 5 vs. 2 10 vs. 3, MR vs. Mars Hill 3-3-10 0 vs. 7, MR vs. West GA 1-29-05 21 vs. Brevard 11-28-06 1 vs. West Florida 2-12-05 61 vs. Hiwassee 11-20-09 16 vs. Valdosta State 2-9-04 82 vs. Hiwassee 11-20-09 21 vs. 2, MR vs. Tusculum 1-7-09

OPPONENTS Individual Points ......................................... 35 by Chuckie Scotland, Limestone 2-11-91 FG made .............................................. 14 by Maurice Puckett, Allen 1-21-95 FG attempted ...................................... 29 by Maurice Puckett, Allen 1-21-95 FG percentage ............... .910 (10-11) by Chris White, Carson-Newman 12-14-96 3FG made ....................................... 7 by 2, MR by Danny Sanders, Mars Hill 3-3-10 3 FG attempted ..................................... 16 by Jason Pittser, Milligan 11-26-94 3 FG percentage ........................ .834 (5-6) by Gabe Goulds, Milligan 11-23-98 FT made ....................................... 15 by Phillip Perre, North Alabama 1-8-02 FT attempted .................................. 15 by Phillip Perre, North Alabama 1-8-02 FT percentage .................. 1.000 (15-15) by Phillip Perre, North Alabama 1-8-02 Off. rebounds ...............................11 by Bernard Turner , West Florida 2-16-02 Def. rebounds ....................................... 13 by Kyle Copeland, UAH 2-22-03 Total rebounds ....................................... 18 by Michael Lee, Knoxville 12-3-94 Assists ..................................... 10 by 2, MR by Darnell Miller, UWG 1-29-05 Turnovers .......................................... 10 by D. J. Preston, Tusculum 12-9-95 Blocks .................................................... 6 by Tim McPhail, Tusculum 2-3-99 Steals ......................... 8 by 2, MR by Amonzo Gantt, North Greenville 1-3-06 Team Points FG made FG attempted FG percentage 3FG made 3 FG attempted 3 FG percentage FT made FT attempted FT percentage Off. rebounds Def. rebounds Total rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals Points 1st half Points 2nd half

High Low 118 by Carson-Newman 2-17-07 41 by Lock Haven 12-19-92 41 by Carson-Newman 2-17-07 14 by UAH 2-22-03 84 by Carson-Newman 2-17-07 40 by 3, MR by UAH 1-24-04 .617 (29-47) by Trevecca 12-8-95 .216 (16-74) by Temple Baptist 12-1-09 14 by Hillsdale 11-30-03 0 by 5, MR by VSU 2-10-03 37 by West Georgia 2-4-02 3 by Milligan 11-30-93 .833 (5-6) by Milligan 2-20-93 .000 by 5, MR by VSU 2-10-03 33 by North Alabama 1-8-02 1 by UVA-Wise 1-28-98 39 by North Alabama 1-8-02 4 by UVA-Wise 1-28-98 .941 (16-17) by Milligan 2-20-93 .250 by 2 24 by 3 4 by 6, MR by Hiwassee 11-20-09 35 by 4, MR by PC 2-7-07 11 by 3, MR by Carson-Newman 12-3-02 53 by 2, MR by Ohio Valley 12-9-08 18 by King 11-18-06 24, MR by Wingate 2-2-08 1 by Carson-Newman 1-18-93 33 by OSU-Newark 11-17-01 5 by Tusculum 1-7-09 12 by Valdosta State 2-9-04 0 by 13, MR by North Alabama 1-26-04 23 by Bluefield State 1-2-97 1 by Alabama-Huntsville 1-25-92 54 by Ashland 12-9-98 13 by Carson-Newman 1-18-93 57 by Carson-Newman 12-14-96 18 by UAH 2-22-03

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RAILSPLITTER HONOR ROLL

ALL-AMERICANS

Roger Lundy Small College All-American

Craig Zeigler

Division II Bulletin Honorable Mention All-American

Keith Beck

Fred Lee

NAIA All-American

Lawrence Buell

NAIA All-American

Honorable Mention NAIA All-American

Nick Sanford

Howard Jackson

NAIA All-American

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RAILSPLITTER HONOR ROLL

ALL CONFERENCE (NCAA Years)

Richard Buckner

Bill Cain

First Team All-GSC 1994

First Team All-GSC 1995, 1996

Toron Clark

Howard Jackson

Second Team All-GSC 1998, 1999

Dwight Windom

First Team All-GSC 2000 2000 GSC Player of the Year

Kenneth Fox

Troy Coleman

Second Team All-GSC 1995

Jimmy Miller

1998 GSC Freshman of the Year

2001 First Team All-GSC 2000 Second Team All-GSC

Beau Brown

Jasper Mallory First Team All-GSC 1998, 1999

Craig Zeigler

1999 GSC Freshman of the Year

2002 First Team All-GSC 2002 GSC Player of the Year

Terry Delaney

First Team All-GSC 2003

Second Team All-GSC 2005

All-SAC Freshman Team 2007

All-SAC Second Team 2008

Ryan Whitaker

D’Mario Curry

Desmond Johnson

Brandon Armstrong

All-SAC Freshman Team 2008

First Team All-SAC 2009, 2010

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RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Scores before the 1975-76 season are based upon the available information. If you have any additions or corrections, please call the LMU Sports Information Office at (423) 869-6236.

Rollin Garrett

1923-27 Overall 18-17 (.514) 1923 (0-1)

Carson-Newman

L

1924 (1-8)

at Milligan at East TN State Carson-Newman Milligan at Knoxville YMCA at Tennessee Murphy (TN) at Murphy (TN) at Murphy (TN)

Milligan

L L L L L L W L L

1925 (0-1)

L

1926 (9-4)

LaFollette Eels LaFollette Eels Bowling Green Bus. Union (KY) Piedmont Johnson Bible at Concord at Roanoke College at Bristol YMCA at Emory & Henry Maryville Union (KY) at Bluefield (VA)

LaFollette Eels Cumberland (KY) at Union (KY) Bluefield (VA) Concord Centre Johnson Bible Union (KY) at Eastern Kentucky at Centre at Bowling Green Bus.

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

1926-27 (8-3)

W W L W L W W W W L W

16-39

19-25 11-13 13-24 13-41 28-35 14-32 27-17 17-20 20-22

25-33 40-36 42-25 39-9 25-22 36-27 34-28 22-31 34-40 48-37 20-50 33-41 39-29 31-22

54-13 31-30* 19-27 41-14 28-30 28-27 33-18 40-35 20-16 26-47 41-32

*Tied at the end of 4 periods. Cumberland refused to play an overtime period and forfeited the game.

W. T. Poole 1927-29 Overall 13-5 (.722)

1927-28 (12-1)

at Johnson Bible at Knoxville YMCA at TN Wesleyan LaFollette Strollers TN Wesleyan Eastern Kentucky Knoxville YMCA St. Mary’s (KY) Johnson Bible at Eastern Kentucky at St. Mary’s (KY) at Union (KY) Union (KY)

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42-13 19-24 45-29 50-19 34-28 44-29 39-22 63-27 44-18 28-25 63-27 32-27 46-35

1928-29 (1-4)

No scores available Birmingham Southern Hiwassee at Maryville at TN Wesleyan at Appalachian State

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1932-33 (8-9, N/A SMAC)

N/A 30-17 N/A N/A 18-24

LMU not only had a new coach at the start of the 1929 school season, they also had a conference. The Smoky Mountain Athletic Conference (SMAC) was formed in the summer of 1929. The Railsplitters would be in the SMAC until it disbanded in the early 1960’s

J.D. “Swede” Alexander 1929-37 Overall 90-77 (.539)

1929-30 (14-10, 2-4 SMAC)

Glen Alpine Coal Creek H.S. Oneida H.S. Pineville H.S. Maryville Athletics Knoxville YMCA

Maryville Athletics ~ Milligan ~ Tusculum Hiwassee ~ Carson-Newman ~ Milligan Hiwassee TN Wesleyan Johnson Bible ~ Tusculum ~ Carson-Newman TN Wesleyan Union (KY) Johnson Bible Knoxville YMCA Union (KY) $ Carson-Newman $ Milligan

L W W L L W W

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

27-28 29-17 29-17 23-25 30-31 20-17 29-23

21-55 16-21 28-14 36-22 17-31 18-13 29-17 28-23 27-35 28-23 29-15 18-23 27-23 27-25 19-33 44-21 32-33

1930-31 (12-6, N/A SMAC)

at Coal Creek Ind. L 24-27 at Knoxville YMCA W 35-26 Knoxville YMCA W 36-16 ~ at Milligan L 31-43 at Hiwassee W N/A ~ at Maryville L 30-46 ~ at East TN State W N/A Sue Bennett W 36-19 TN Wesleyan W 42-22 ~ Maryville W 35-32 ~ Milligan W 43-36 Union (KY) L 31-37 ~ Tusculum W N/A ~ at Carson-Newman W 45-43 ~ East TN State W 48-21 ~ Carson-Newman L 37-39 ~ Tusculum W 37-25 $ Milligan L 33-40 ‘ record as given in several sources.

1931-32 (9-7, N/A SMAC)

at Union (KY) L Sue Bennett W at Knoxville YMCA W at Tennessee L Bemberg’s W Bemberg’s W ~ at Tusculum W ~ at Milligan L ~ at Carson-Newman L ~ Milligan L Johnson Bible W ~ East TN State L ~ Carson-Newman L ~ Tusculum W Olson’s Terrible Swedes W King W

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35-41 31-14 44-22 17-42 N/A N/A 39-24 30-55 18-23 32-44 28-24 36-41 29-34 40-38 48-38 39-24

at Union (KY) at Tennessee Alumni at Emory & Henry ~ King Maryville ~ at Maryville ~ Tusculum ~ at King ~ East TN State at Jewish C. C. Pikeville ~ Milligan ~ at Milligan ~ at Tusculum ~ Carson-Newman ~ Carson-Newman

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

48-41 18-41 31-19 28-45 38-25 29-34 17-25 39-27 35-27 34-43 43-42 42-36 N/A N/A N/A 25-33 33-39

1933-34 (13-10’, 5-7’ SMAC)

Copperhill YMCA W at Union (KY) W Harlan Ramblers W ~ at Milligan L Sue Bennett W Woco Peps W ~ at Maryville L ~ Milligan L at Appalachian State L ~ at East TN State L ~ Maryville W Cumberland (TN) W vs. Emory & Henry L ~ East TN State L at Harlan Ramblers W ~ Carson-Newman L ~ at Tusculum W ~ at Carson-Newman L ~ Tusculum W at Cumberland (TN) W TN Wesleyan L ‘ includes 2 forfeits by King

59-23 N/A 71-13 29-43 N/A 43-38 36-41 36-41 29-39 30-43 50-42 42-20 12-48 30-32 45-23 34-36 N/A N/A 43-29 45-32 28-46

1934-35 (3-12, 0-8 SMAC)

at Tennessee at Sue Bennett ~ at Milligan ~ at Maryville House of David Norris TVA ~ Milligan ~ vs. Carson-Newman Sue Bennett Johnson Bible at TN Wesleyan TN Wesleyan ~ at East TN State ~ East TN State ~ at Carson-Newman

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

16-52 N/A 20-34 25-45 39-44 42-66 35-36 50-56 29-36 53-28 30-41 35-33 34-44 41-43 28-29

1935-36 (14-9’, 4-6’ SMAC)

Alumni W at Union (KY) L at TN Wesleyan L at Hiwassee W House of David W at Pikeville W U.T. All-Stars W ~ at Milligan L TN Wesleyan L ~ Milligan W ~ at East TN State L Carson-Newman L ~ at Carson-Newman W ~ Maryville L at Bonny Blues W at Jewish C. C. W ~ East TN State L ~ at Maryville L Piedmont W Cumberland Athletic W Hiwassee W ‘ includes 2 forfeits by King

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42-20 N/A 24-46 N/A 35-33 62-33 32-28 27-33 25-30 42-41 43-47 50-36 42-39 36-43 43-20 68-22 33-39 41-49 55-45 N/A 41-33

1936-37 (17-14, 3-5 SMAC)

Morristown High Alumni Olsen’s Redheads Sue Bennett at Union (KY) (OT) at Marshall at Concord at Emory & Henry at Johnson Bible Norton Kiwanis Chatsworth A.C. Original Celtics at Sue Bennett Blount Co. G.R. ~ at Milligan ~ at Carson-Newman Hiwassee ~ Maryville ~ Carson-Newman at TN Wesleyan at Norton Kiwanis ~ Milligan Marshall at Hiwassee Norris TVA ~ East TN State Hiwassee TN Wesleyan ~ at Maryville ~ at East TN State Johnson Bible

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

60-52 42-26 31-15 55-38 28-31 N/A N/A N/A 51-19 30-45 62-35 57-58 N/A 50-42 39-28 32-41 58-63 41-48 38-42 23-37 N/A 35-31 38-70 46-47 54-36 48-27 N/A 42-47 N/A 38-40 2-0

Jack Bowling 1937-42 Overall 63-34 (.650) SMAC 42-16 (.724) 1937-38 (14-7, 8-2 SMAC) SMAC CO-CHAMPIONS

at Cumberland (KY) Alumni at Tennessee Hawaiian All-Stars ~ at Milligan ~ at East TN State ~ Milligan ~ King ~ at Carson-Newman ~ at Maryville at TN Wesleyan ~ Tusculum ~ Carson-Newman Knoxville YMCA ~ Maryville ~ at East TN State ~ at King ~ at Tusculum TN Wesleyan at Emory & Henry Sue Bennett Emory & Henry

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

30-42 29-18 14-27 40-52 42-35 44-43 35-33 49-32 22-49 29-47 N/A 2-0 50-47 42-40 49-41 51-30 42-26 2-0 30-41 28-30 N/A N/A

1938-39 (12-9, 7-7 SMAC)

Alumni at Tennessee Mars Hill at Union (KY) Hiwassee at Lindsey Wilson at Campbellsville ~ at Milligan ~ King ~ at Tusculum ~ East TN State ~ at Carson-Newman (OT) ~ Maryville ~ Milligan ~ at Maryville ~ Tusculum ~ at Cumberland (TN) ~ Cumberland (TN) ~ at East TN State ~ at King ~ at Carson-Newman

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

44-27 35-37 50-32 34-27 41-27 35-41 47-28 21-31 67-36 54-34 43-47 34-31 54-35 33-34 45-49 54-39 37-48 42-35 45-47 39-40 53-30

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RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1939-40 (15-3, 11-1 SMAC) SMAC CHAMPIONS

Alumni TN Wesleyan (OT) at Union (KY) at TN Eastman Sue Bennett at Tennessee ~ at Milligan ~ Tusculum ~ East TN State (OT) ~ at Tusculum ~ at Carson-Newman ~ Milligan ~ King* (OT) ~ Carson-Newman ~ at Maryville ~ at King ~ at East TN State ~ Maryville

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

61-32 45-43 23-46 32-23 50-39 32-39 32-28 50-38 53-51 40-28 53-47 49-39 43-40 52-31 31-33 41-37 39-37 59-39

Ray Green 1942-44 Overall 26-12 (.684) 1942-43 (10-6)

1940-41 (16-6, 10-2 SMAC) SMAC CHAMPIONS

TN Wesleyan at Hiwassee Hiwassee at Milligan at East TN State Tusculum Milligan Carson-Newman at Carson-Newman Carson-Newman at Tusculum at Pikeville Pikeville TN Tech at TN Wesleyan at TN Tech

1941-42 (6-9, 6-4 SMAC)

at Tusculum at Tusculum Pikeville Pikeville Tusculum Tusculum at Pikeville at Pikeville at Milligan Naval Milligan Naval TN Wesleyan TN Wesleyan Chatsworth, GA Chatsworth, GA Tazewell Ind. Mars Hill at Tusculum Carson-Newman Naval at Carson-Newman Naval at TN Wesleyan at TN Wesleyan Tusculum

Alumni at Union (KY) at TN Wesleyan Hiwassee at Duke at High Point at Appalachian State at Cumberland (KY) ~ Milligan King ~ Tusculum ~ at Carson-Newman ~ at Milligan ~ East TN State ~ at Tusculum ~ Carson-Newman ~ at Cumberland (TN) ~ at Cumberland (TN) at King ~ at East TN State ~ at Maryville ~ Maryville Cumberland (KY) at Union (KY) at Tennessee King ~ at Milligan ~ East TN State* ~ Carson-Newman ~ Milligan ~ Cumberland (TN) ~ Cumberland (TN) ~ at Maryville ~ at Carson-Newman ~ Maryville at King ~ at East TN State

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

45-29 27-31 34-33 59-34 43-39 45-52 40-48 74-61 39-34 37-25 49-27 49-42 48-44 54-36 59-46 58-29 43-41 46-36 38-43 52-49 50-41 46-47 42-47 40-55 15-60 34-51 41-47 53-66 32-35 48-42 47-43 36-32 44-34 36-38 39-33 25-48 48-45

With the entry of America into World War II on Dec. 8, 1941, small colleges like LMU lost most of their male students to the services. The SMAC followed suit and halted play until the end of the war. Some schools, like Milligan and CarsonNewman, became Naval training colleges (with classifications like V-5 and V-12). Because of this, most schools put athletics on hold until the end of the war. LMU and a few other schools tried to keep athletics going. One example is Mars Hill, where all but one of the male students on campus were on the basketball team and the coach was a woman. With the end of the war in August, 1945, things slowly began to return to “normal” and schools resumed their athletic programs.

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

1943-44 (16-6) L L W W W W W W L L W W W W W W W L L W W W

46-37 44-15 56-16 32-34 44-32 55-42 54-28 42-54 33-44 37-34 20-50 42-43 56-44 51-44 35-22 59-41 43-60 46-57 34-27 35-29 47-39 44-42 52-37 44-43 24-74 21-103 76-21 100-24 67-54 61-43 63-38 63-36 44-39 36-44 25-54 52-32 28-16 40-36

C. W. Bradley 1944-46 Overall 34-15 (.694) 1944-45 (19-10)

Milligan Naval L 29-40 at Tusculum L 36-38 at Tusculum L 37-44 Eastern Kentucky L 38-71 at Tennessee L 30-63 Hiwassee W 46-24 Hiwassee W 59-37 TN Wesleyan W 85-17 TN Wesleyan W 127-33 at Appalachian State W 44-34 at Appalachian State W 49-35 at Milligan Naval L 39-49 Union (KY) W 42-24 at Union (KY) W 49-36 Pikeville W 43-13 Pikeville W 58-25 at TN Wesleyan W 55-18 at TN Wesleyan W 55-10 ? vs. Carson-Newman Naval L 59-61 Carson-Newman Naval W 44-25 Tusculum L 36-44 Tusculum W 44-31 at Carson-Newman Naval W 37-36 at Carson-Newman Naval W 37-27 Appalachian State W 59-20 Appalachian State W 71-41 Oak Ridge Service Team L 46-48 Oak Ridge Service Team W 59-36 at Eastern Kentucky L 49-56 ? -- Played at Midlesboro High School

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1943-44 (15-5)

at Tusculum W 32-20 Union (KY) W 44-30 at Tennessee L 18-63 Hiwassee W 51-31 TN Wesleyan W 39-30 East TN State L 28-53 at U.T.-Chattanooga W 39-29 at Hiwassee W 42-33 at TN Wesleyan W 50-36 Tusculum W 61-24 at East TN State L 39-49 Roane-Anderson W 32-28 Roane-Anderson W 36-27 at Union (KY) W 78-42 Carson-Newman W 65-37 at Carson-Newman W 58-36 at Maryville L 46-37 $ Emory & Henry W 38-28 $ Milligan L 40-41 $ Tusculum W 41-34 SMAC held tournament this season but no regular season championship.

Roy Bowen 1946-48 Overall 33-14 (.702) SMAC 15-5 (.750) 1946-47 (19-6, 7-3 SMAC) SMAC CHAMPIONS

at Johnson Bible Johnson Bible at Union (KY) at Tennessee Cumberland (KY) Union (KY) at Dobyns-Taylor ~ at Emory & Henry ~ East TN State ~ at Tusculum ~ Emory & Henry at Hiwassee ~ Carson-Newman at Cumberland (KY) Maryville ~ Tusculum ~ Milligan ~ at Carson-Newman at LaFollette Ind. ~ at Milligan ~ at East TN State at Maryville Hiwassee $ Emory& Henry $ Milligan

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66-13 69-27 41-43 24-60 42-31 46-31 39-33 86-34 51-31 53-55 55-37 61-28 49-35 51-45 43-40 50-29 61-42 60-38 72-32 63-72 49-59 42-46 65-43 48-29 50-45

1947-48 (14-8, 8-2 SMAC) VSAC CHAMPIONS

at Johnson Bible at Cumberland (KY) at Tennessee Cumberland (KY) at Middle TN State at Austin Peay ~ at Tusculum ~ at Emory & Henry ~ Milligan ~ at East TN State ~ at Carson-Newman ~ at Milligan ~ East TN State at Maryville Maryville ~ Tusculum ~ Carson-Newman # David Lipscomb # Cumberland (TN) # TN Tech ~ Emory & Henry $ Tusculum $ Milligan

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66-13 41-55 41-56 49-60 44-46 54-51 59-42 80-57 54-64 75-65 46-45 66-64 60-66 57-62 79-56 90-53 52-28 65-55 58-79 57-53 84-57 62-43 50-66

The 1948-49 season had a lot of “firsts.” LMU had a new coach in Dean Bailey, who played against the Railsplitters in football, basketball and baseball while a student at East Tennessee State. They had a new permanent gym in the Mary Mars Gymnasium. They had a new conference with the VSAC adding regular season games (the Volunteer State Athletic Conference had been founded in 1947 and LMU won the first title in the tournament, but the 48-49 season was the first with a full VSAC schedule.) And this season also saw LMU’s first national postseason appearance in the NAIB (which was the basketball portion of the NAIA ) Tournament.

Dean Bailey 1948-1975 Overall 338-326 (.509) SMAC (.) VSAC: (.) 1948-49 (24-8, 6-4 SMAC, 6-3 VSAC) SMAC CHAMPIONS

at Sue Bennett W at Cumberland (KY) W Tennessee L at Union (KY) W Sue Bennett W Cumberland (KY) W ~ at Emory & Henry L * Austin Peay W ~ Emory & Henry W * ~ at Milligan L Union (KY) W * Middle TN State W * at TN Tech L * at Cumberland (TN) W * at David Lipscomb W * ~ Milligan W Maryville W * ~ East TN State W * Cumberland (TN) W * ~ at East TN State L ~ at Carson-Newman W ~ Carson-Newman W ~ at Tusculum L at Maryville W ~ Tusculum W # Middle TN State W # Milligan W # Austin Peay L ? Austin Peay L ? Jacksonville State W $ Tusculum W $ Emory & Henry W ? denotes NAIB Tournament

49-38 55-54 43-58 65-53 75-51 60-53 58-61 69-51 55-46 62-71 77-75 61-57 43-47 52-48 61-56 68-61 72-68 57-53 70-48 62-67 60-39 62-41 54-56 55-54 83-53 59-52 68-64 49-51 55-81 69-65 76-51 68-57

1949-50 (12-18, 6-6 SMAC, 1-7 VSAC)

at Pikeville at Cumberland (KY) Alumni Tennessee Cumberland (KY) ~ Union (KY) at UT-Chattanooga UT-Chattanooga ~ at Union (KY) ~ Carson-Newman ~ Emory & Henry * ~ at Milligan * at Middle TN State * at David Lipscomb * at Austin Peay * Austin Peay ~ at Carson-Newman at Maryville * ~ Milligan ~ at Tusculum * ~ East TN State

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47-51 68-58 64-46 59-67 66-59 46-51 60-76 51-49 51-58 55-38 77-54 49-64 43-52 33-66 64-81 55-59 49-59 57-67 77-65 82-46 58-61

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RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Maryville ~ at Emory & Henry ~ at Tusculum * ~ at East TN State # Middle TN State (OT) # Austin Peay # East TN State $ Milligan $ Union (KY)

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63-55 69-76 73-56 63-68 61-59 42-64 58-63 65-60 50-52

1950-51 (17-11, 9-3 SMAC, 7-5 VSAC)

~ at Union (KY) Tennessee at Maryville ~ at Emory & Henry ~ Union * ~ at Milligan (OT) * Cumberland (TN) * Austin Peay * at Cumberland (TN) * at David Lipscomb * at Austin Peay * at Middle TN State Maryville ~ at Carson-Newman * ~ at East TN State * ~ Milligan ~ at Tusculum * Middle TN State ~ Carson-Newman * David Lipscomb * ~ East TN State ~ Tusculum ~ Emory & Henry # Austin Peay # East TN State # Middle TN State $ East TN State $ Union (KY) (OT)

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

44-66 61-98 59-46 72-56 39-47 93-90 81-56 59-57 88-53 67-81 70-74 53-57 76-50 76-55 61-89 73-50 70-62 61-57 57-54 57-62 57-44 80-56 75-59 61-58 55-74 85-50 72-76 79-81

1951-52 (14-12, 8-4 SMAC, 5-5 VSAC)

Tennessee * Middle TN State ~ Union at Maryville ~ at Emory & Henry ~ at Tusculum * Austin Peay ~ at Union * David Lipscomb * at Middle TN State * at Austin Peay * at David Lipscomb ~ Tusculum * ~ at Milligan ~ Emory & Henry * ~ at East TN State * ~ East TN State ~ Carson-Newman Maryville * ~ Milligan ~ at Carson-Newman # Middle TN State # Bethel # East TN State $ Tusculum $ East TN State

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

58-78 48-51 73-66 80-92 67-79 66-44 45-44 56-83 64-66 53-55 55-50 81-54 82-52 87-49 92-75 48-72 52-54 54-43 97-62 92-48 74-53 73-87 82-68 55-64 69-57 57-64

1952-53 (10-10, 6-6 SMAC, 2-4 VSAC)

Alumni Berea ~ at Union (KY) Maryville ~ at Tusculum * Austin Peay

W W L W L L

74-59 72-64 69-78 92-77 79-94 61-66

~ Union (KY) ~ at Emory & Henry * ~ at Milligan at Maryville * David Lipscomb ~ Tusculum * ~ Milligan * ~ East TN State ~ Emory & Henry * ~ at East TN State ~ at Carson-Newman ~ Carson-Newman # Union (TN) $ Milligan $ Union (KY)

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72-82 77-84 96-84 71-55 66-74 91-77 68-60 45-60 81-76 55-93 84-73 69-66 72-80 83-69 71-79

1953-54 (8-16, 6-4 SMAC, 3-6 VSAC)

Johnson Bible * East TN State * ~ at Milligan Berea * at East TN State ~ at Union (KY) Transylvania ~ at Emory & Henry ~ Union (KY) * Middle TN State ~ at Tusculum * at Austin Peay * at David Lipscomb (OT) * at Middle TN State * Austin Peay * ~ Milligan ~ Carson-Newman at Maryville ~ at Carson-Newman Maryville # East TN State ~ Emory & Henry ~ Tusculum $ Union (KY)

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

86-45 49-55 74-82 63-68 44-84 86-107 N/A 69-71 87-70 82-55 79-81 55-62 69-68 72-85 56-59 66-71 92-61 82-76 75-78 68-88 60-81 66-74 74-72 72-74

1954-55 (20-9, 7-3 SMAC, 4-2 VSAC) SMAC CHAMPIONS

Berea L 61-75 at Western Carolina W 80-78 at Western Carolina L 91-96 vs. Maryville W 83-61 * ~ Milligan W 80-68 ~ Union (KY) W 67-65 at Berea L 70-84 ~ at Union (KY) L 70-86 * ~ at Milligan L 77-79 ~ Emory & Henry W 83-73 * Austin Peay W 70-42 ~ at Tusculum L 61-68 at UT-Chattanooga W 78-71 ~ at Tusculum W 62-41 * vs. Middle TN State W 77-70 ~ at Carson-Newman W 87-75 * at East TN State W 62-61 Union (TN) W 87-72 ~ at Emory & Henry W 108-96 * at East TN State L 68-79 at Maryville W 84-79 # Middle TN State (OT) L 91-92 Maryville W 89-61 ~ Carson-Newman W 82-66 ? Belmont W 73-61 ? Middle TN State L 79-85 $ Tusculum W 83-77 $ Milligan W 64-60 $ Emory & Henry W 96-68 ? denotes NAIB Tournament

1955-56 (17-14, 7-3 SMAC, 4-3 VSAC) SMAC CHAMPIONS

~ at Union (KY) at Georgetown at Transylvania ~ Union (KY) ~ at Emory & Henry ~ Emory & Henry * David Lipscomb * at Austin Peay at Union (TN) ~ at Carson-Newman * ~ Milligan * at East TN State * Austin Peay at Maryville * East TN State ~ Tusculum # Milligan # East TN State # Belmont L ~ Carson-Newman Maryville $ Carson-Newman

L 72-97 L 71-87 L 76-79 W 89-63 L 87-89 W 115-78 W 74-59 L 59-76 W 90-56 L 91-93 W 94-75 L 54-72 W 81-61 W 75-64 L 67-71 W 64-49 W 96-90 L 70-75 95-76 W 90-65 W 90-63 W 78-69

1956-57 (18-12, 9-3 SMAC, 4-4 VSAC) SMAC CHAMPIONS

* ~ TN Wesleyan Berea at Georgetown at Transylvania at Berea ~ at Tusculum ~ Union (KY) Union (TN) Georgetown ~ at Emory & Henry ~ Tusculum ~ at Union (KY) * ~ Milligan * at Austin-Peay * vs. David Lipscomb ~ at Carson-Newman Transylvania * ~ at East TN State * Austin Peay ~ Carson-Newman (OT) * ~ at Milligan ~ Emory & Henry * ~ at TN Wesleyan * ~ East TN State # Milligan (OT) # East TN State # Austin Peay $ Emory & Henry $ Tusculum $ Carson-Newman

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

78-74 88-57 68-89 68-80 76-78 55-60 63-53 73-71 62-63 87-73 67-62 70-68 92-78 70-78 77-65 78-90 83-81 65-72 74-69 89-90 90-59 106-57 69-73 55-51 78-76 66-69 69-70 73-62 69-62 83-61

1957-58 (18-8, 9-3 SMAC, 8-4 VSAC) SMAC CHAMPIONS

at Transylvania at Georgetown * ~ at Tusculum Transylvania ~ at Union (KY) Belmont Georgetown * Austin Peay ~ Emory & Henry * ~ at Milligan ~ Union (KY) at Union (TN) * at Austin Peay * ~ Tusculum David Lipscomb * ~ at TN Wesleyan * ~ at Carson-Newman * at East TN State ~ at Emory & Henry * ~ Carson-Newman * ~ Milligan * East TN State * ~ TN Wesleyan # David Lipscomb $ TN Wesleyan $ Carson-Newman

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Key: Pikeville W 83-66 * GSC/VSAC/TVAC Game Western Carolina W 72-44 ~ SMAC Game Berea W 78-64 L 60-73 # SAC/GSC/VSAC Tournament Georgetown ~ at Tusculum W 101-77 $ SMAC Tournament at Berea L 65-72 * ~ at Milligan W 78-74 &NAIA Dist. 24 Tournament Transylvania L 62-63 ! NAIA Tournament 2010-11 LMU Railsplitter Basketball 30

68-66 73-72 84-51 72-67 72-95 87-76 61-71 75-67 84-64 91-77 90-82 86-97 38-77 82-47 81-70 53-54 72-63 72-73 89-77 74-66 74-76 80-64 78-65 75-86 84-59 79-63

1958-59 (18-6, 10-2 SMAC, 9-1 VSAC) SMAC & VSAC CHAMPIONS NAIA DISTRICT 24 CHAMPIONS

Transylvania at Georgetown at Transylvania * ~ TN Wesleyan * King ~ at Emory & Henry * ~ at Tusculum ~ at Union (KY) Georgetown (OT) Austin Peay * at King * ~ at Milligan * ~ Tusculum at Belmont at Austin Peay * ~ Carson-Newman ~ Emory & Henry * ~ Milligan * ~ at Carson-Newman * ~ at TN Wesleyan ~ Union (KY) # King # Carson-Newman # David Lipscomb

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

57-69 75-103 82-79 62-49 76-61 98-78 83-74 71-85 74-79 87-72 56-54 98-87 84-74 100-92 60-64 85-83 85-78 99-80 79-67 63-64 68-64 93-78 69-63 82-80

1959-60 (10-10, 6-4 SMAC, 4-4 VSAC) SMAC CHAMPIONS

at Georgetown at Transylvania Georgetown vs. Belmont vs. Tusculum * ~ TN Wesleyan * ~ at Milligan * ~ Milligan * ~ at Carson-Newman * ~ at TN Wesleyan * ~ at Tusculum at Union (KY) ~ Emory & Henry * ~ Carson-Newman Union (KY) ~ at Emory & Henry * ~ Tusculum # Union (TN) $ TN Wesleyan $ Milligan

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

80-95 74-86 71-69 59-65 79-68 81-95 58-71 74-62 71-77 73-64 65-75 80-103 85-69 66-57 63-82 84-73 77-68 66-74 77-76 70-67

1960-61 (7-15, 5-5 VSAC)

at Georgetown L Union (KY) L * Tusculum W ? vs. Appalachian St. L ? at Carson-Newman L ? vs. Presbyterian W ‘ vs. Tampa L ‘ at Stetson L ‘ vs. Wofford L * at TN Wesleyan L * at Tusculum L at Union (KY) L at Emory & Henry L * TN Wesleyan W * at Carson-Newman L * at King W Emory & Henry W * at Milligan L * Carson-Newman L * Milligan W * King W # UT-Martin L $ Milligan L ? Carson-Newman Tournament ‘ Stetson Tournament

80-95 64-73 74-68 59-66 71-86 73-72 63-100 64-98 80-86 73-80 66-88 74-117 63-70 74-70 46-78 79-74 98-82 74-92 70-98 73-67 67-61 76-79 67-68

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RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1961-62 (8-12, 3-7 VSAC)

at Virginia-Wise $ TN Wesleyan Emory & Henry Maryville at Bryan L at Maryville Virginia-Wise * Tusculum * TN Wesleyan * at Milligan * at King * at Tusculum at Emory & Henry * Milligan * King * Carson-Newman * at Carson-Newman * at TN Wesleyan Bryan # UT-Martin

L 61-71 L 59-88 W 89-72 W 64-59 82-91 W 74-66 W 82-63 W 59-56 L 80-89 W 83-77 L 80-92 L 80-99 L 69-105 L 75-77 W 84-75 L 61-88 L 57-84 L 78-79 W 80-70 L 59-77

1962-63 (9-13, 3-7 VSAC)

at Union (KY) L 72-97 ? vs. West Georgia W 68-58 ? at Cumberland (KY) L 62-70 at Bryan L 87-89 at Emory & Henry W 75-71 Bryan W 80-66 Union (KY) L 70-80 Emory & Henry W 88-65 Maryville W 89-75 * at King L 66-71 at Maryville L 68-69 * at Tusculum L 71-73 * at TN Wesleyan L 77-82 * TN Wesleyan W 70-58 * Tusculum W 68-66 * at Milligan L 70-85 * at Carson-Newman L 59-73 * King L 70-74 * Carson-Newman L 52-75 * Milligan W 106-67 # Belmont W 97-95 # Austin Peay L 64-94 ? Cumberland (KY) Tournament

1963-64 (7-13, 3-7 VSAC)

Berea at Bryan at Union (KY) Bryan Maryville * King at Maryville at Emory & Henry * TN Wesleyan * at Milligan * at Tusculum * Carson-Newman * at King Union (KY) * at Carson-Newman Emory & Henry * at TN Wesleyan * Milligan * Tusculum # David Lipscomb

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

75-92 59-68 48-101 82-70 69-56 81-82 77-61 68-84 88-96 65-66 61-60 57-78 67-73 55-78 69-95 95-71 53-80 95-74 75-69 85-89

1964-65 (14-10, 5-5 VSAC)

Berea at Georgetown ? vs. Athens St. ? Transylvania at Bryan Emory & Henry Bryan * at Milligan at Emory & Henry Campbellsville Union (KY) * Tusculum Maryville * at King * at Tusculum * at TN Wesleyan * Carson-Newman * at Carson-Newman at Maryville

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

69-61 65-64 70-59 62-84 63-43 77-66 111-73 97-87 77-82 66-57 61-74 57-65 65-46 84-76 73-82 69-81 64-74 62-94 65-50

* TN Wesleyan W 81-80 * Milligan W 69-56 * King W 79-60 Georgetown L 62-63 # David Lipscomb L 57-60 ? Cumberland (KY) Tournament

1965-66 (11-15, 3-7 VSAC)

at Berea W 73-66 at Transylvania L 61-78 at Georgetown L 73-91 ? at Cumberland (KY) L 78-64 ? vs. Rio Grande L 54-66 at Bryan W 87-59 at Maryville W 90-67 Maryville W 72-36 at Emory & Henry W 84-64 Bryan W 89-51 Emory & Henry W 63-61 Union (KY) L 90-91 * at Tusculum L 58-63 * King W 56-46 * at TN Wesleyan L 58-89 * at Milligan W 87-82 * Tusculum L 50-52 * at King W 90-76 * Milligan L 67-69 * TN Wesleyan L 65-81 * at Carson-Newman L 55-98 at Union (KY) L 78-89 * Carson-Newman L 72-94 Georgetown L 90-107 # Bethel W 86-76 # UT-Martin L 64-71 ? Cumberland (KY) Tournament

1966-67 (13-11, 6-4 VSAC)

at Georgetown L 77-110 at Union (KY) W 80-78 ? vs. Georgia Southern L 61-62 ? vs. Bethel W 78-62 Union (KY) L 57-65 at Emory & Henry W 84-74 at UT-Chattanooga L 74-97 Maryville W 124-62 at Tennessee Tech L 74-92 Emory & Henry W 74-64 * Tusculum W 81-74 * Milligan W 70-43 * at TN Wesleyan L 66-87 at Maryville W 66-60 * at Tusculum L 55-67 * TN Wesleyan L 65-67 Georgetown L 84-86 UT-Chattanooga W 82-76 * at King W 59-55 * Carson-Newman W 79-73 * at Milligan W 92-59 * at Carson-Newman L 69-86 * King W 78-65 # Union (TN) L 69-55 ? Cumberland (KY) Tournament

1967-68 (10-13, 5-5 VSAC)

Berea W 66-63 at Georgetown L 71-79 at Union (KY) L 62-84 ? vs. KY Wesleyan L 47-86 ? at Cumberland (KY) W 96-72 Union (KY) L 72-97 at Emory & Henry W 66-64 Georgetown L 77-84 Cumberland (KY) (OT) W 94-90 * Tusculum W 93-73 UT-Chattanooga L 69-87 * at Carson-Newman L 69-80 Emory & Henry W 70-63 * at Tusculum W 97-69 * at King W 65-63 * Carson-Newman L 72-84 * at TN Wesleyan L 74-94 at UT-Chattanooga L 67-84 * at Milligan L 70-82 * TN Wesleyan L 66-77 * King W 84-77 * Milligan W 80-60 # Bethel L 61-79 ? Cumberland (KY) Tournament

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1968-69 (7-16, 5-5 VSAC)

at Georgetown Bryan ? vs. Elon ? vs. Berry Knoxville at Emory & Henry Georgetown at Knoxville * at Tusculum * Carson-Newman Emory & Henry * TN Wesleyan * at King * at Milligan * at Carson-Newman at Bryan * King at UT-Chattanooga * Milligan * at TN Wesleyan UNC-Asheville * Tusculum # Belmont ? Unknown Tournament

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

81-105 86-71 78-79 73-91 87-103 80-85 68-76 69-78 69-65 70-93 79-52 67-68 82-88 75-69 65-89 86-72 68-98 67-84 92-74 64-83 80-91 2-0 64-74

1969-70 (7-16, 3-7 VSAC)

Virginia-Wise Bryan at Campbellsville at Georgetown at Emory & Henry Georgetown at Virginia-Wise at Maryville Emory & Henry at Bryan * Milligan * at Carson-Newman * King * at Tusculum Maryville * Carson-Newman * at TN Wesleyan * at King * Tusculum * TN Wesleyan * at Milligan Campbellsville # Christian Brothers

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

92-83 72-65 66-91 89-125 62-79 87-106 77-86 71-89 84-80 89-106 93-90 72-100 84-78 73-76 97-88 78-79 68-88 98-89 78-81 60-86 96-112 75-83 69-79

1970-71 (13-11, 8-2 VSAC) VSAC-EAST CHAMPIONS

at Georgetown Bryan ? vs. Milligan ? at Bryan Georgetown Virginia-Wise at Emory & Henry * at Milligan * Carson-Newman * King * at Tusculum at Maryville * at Carson-Newman * TN Wesleyan* * Milligan * at King at Virginia-Wise * Tusculum * at TN Wesleyan Maryville Emory & Henry # Milligan # Bethel # Carson-Newman ? Bryan Tournament

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

99-101 82-86 101-103 95-81 89-91 104-97 73-87 104-94 91-95 87-78 77-72 82-98 96-94 63-90 93-90 69-64 64-65 101-75 67-62 92-86 86-78 93-90 69-72 86-101

1971-72 (13-14, 4-6 VSAC)

Covenant at Virginia-Wise Bryan at Georgetown ? vs. Catawba ? vs. Troy State at Emory & Henry Georgetown Virginia-Wise

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86-77 100-82 102-84 82-86 84-101 90-92 84-80 78-80 94-82

at Bryan * Milligan * at Carson-Newman * King * Tusculum at Union (KY) * Carson-Newman * at TN Wesleyan * at Milligan * at King Maryville * at Tusculum * TN Wesleyan Union (KY) at Maryville Emory & Henry # Lambuth # Belmont L ? Unknown Tournament

L 86-89 W 77-76 L 95-125 W 74-66 W 64-61 L 84-102 L 89-98 L 63-72 L 86-97 L 66-79 W 91-88 L 72-73 W 97-78 L 71-79 W 93-79 W 85-78 W 81-72 76-114

1972-73 (5-21, 0-10 VSAC)

Virginia-Wise W Lee W at Georgetown L < vs. Belmont L < vs. Cedarville (OH) L Maryville W ? Bluefield State L ? UT-Martin L at Steed (TN) L at Virginia-Wise L * Carson-Newman L * King L * at Tusculum L * at Carson-Newman L * TN Wesleyan L * at Milligan L * at King L at Emory & Henry L * Tusculum L * at TN Wesleyan L * Milligan L at Lee L Georgetown L at Maryville W Emory & Henry W # Bethel L < Unknown Tournament ? LMU Invitational Tournament

92-76 85-79 81-114 86-90 77-78 103-78 90-119 59-75 79-80 85-96 70-117 67-71 82-87 74-106 75-95 86-100 69-80 77-81 78-80 78-93 80-86 58-90 76-87 85-75 102-92 74-110

1973-74 (16-12, 5-5 VSAC)

at Virginia-Wise W 68-53 Virginia-Wise W 95-84 at TN Temple L 95-100 TN Temple W 78-71 ? vs. Bryan W 81-71 ? vs. Belmont L 81-91 ? at TN Temple L 69-70 at Bryan W 76-66 < vs. Transylvania L 63-72 < vs. Berea L 84-95 at Maryville W 71-69 at Centre W 102-85 * King W 98-92 * Tusculum (OT) L 108-109 Bryan W 74-70 * at Carson-Newman L 91-100 * at TN Wesleyan W 97-92 * Milligan W 87-82 * at King W 103-89 at Emory & Henry W 67-59 * Carson-Newman L 107-113 * TN Wesleyan L 76-89 * at Milligan L 78-102 * at Tusculum W 82-81 at Centre L 83-96 Maryville W 104-92 Emory & Henry W 99-91 # LeMoyne-Owen L 80-106 ? Tennessee Temple Tournament < Unknown Tournament

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RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1974-75 (9-20, 2-8 VSAC)

TN Temple L at Cumberland (KY) L Mars Hill W at Virginia-Wise L at Bryan W at Georgetown L < vs. UNC-Wilmington L < vs. UNC-Greensboro L ? Georgetown L ? Cumberland (KY) L at Mars Hill W at TN Temple L Maryville L * King L * at Tusculum W Virginia-Wise W * Carson-Newman (OT) L * TN Wesleyan L Bryan W * at Milligan L * at King L at Emory & Henry W * at Carson-Newman L * Milligan L * Tusculum W * at TN Wesleyan L at Maryville L Emory & Henry W # Bethel L < Unknown Tournament ? LMU Invitational Tournament

91-104 61-79 75-66 62-92 77-64 80-89 65-74 62-69 70-74 77-111 66-62 72-93 81-82 72-87 103-95 93-87 86-90 71-84 84-68 95-122 67-89 78-70 66-81 72-76 86-78 71-73 78-88 89-81 74-82

Jack Jackson 1975-78 Overall 78-21 (.788) VSAC 27-3 (.900) 1975-76 (28-9, 9-1 VSAC) VSAC-EAST CHAMPIONS NAIA DISTRICT 24 CHAMPIONS 4th PLACE FINISH IN NAIA

Cumberland (KY) W > vs. Pikeville L > vs. Union (KY) W Mars Hill W < vs. David Lipscomb W < at Belmont (2OT) L at Union (KY) L ? at Cumberland (KY) L ? at Georgetown L at Virginia-Wise W at Centre W Radford W * King W * Tusculum W Georgetown W * Carson-Newman W * at TN Wesleyan L Centre W * Milligan W * at King W Union (KY) W * at Carson-Newman W * TN Wesleyan (2OT) W * at Milligan W * at Tusculum W Emory & Henry W at Mars Hill W Virginia-Wise W # Bethel L & Bryan W & Bethel W ! Guildford (NC) W ! California Baptist W ! Newberry W ! Henderson St. (2OT) L ! Marymount L District 24 All-Stars W > Unknown Tournament < Belmont Tournament ? LMU Invitational Tournament

89-77 60-85 90-72 65-61 68-62 94-97 67-69 65-69 55-77 92-67 73-66 95-69 91-78 113-64 125-70 70-68 67-69 93-84 97-83 89-77 87-79 81-67 89-85 79-69 131-93 98-51 85-84 116-48 72-73 104-68 67-65 101-95 107-78 75-64 79-80 75-78 109-97

1976-77 (30-5, 9-1 VSAC) VSAC CHAMPIONS NAIA DISTRICT 24 CHAMPIONS

Union (KY) W ? Tiffin W ? Catawba W < vs. WV State W < at Pikeville L Belmont W Cumberland (KY) W at Valdosta State L at Florida Tech W at Edward Waters W at Union (KY) W > vs. Georgetown W > vs. Pikeville L Knoxville W at Cumberland (KY) W * Milligan W * at King W * at Tusculum W * Carson-Newman W * TN Wesleyan W Pikeville W * at Milligan L * King W * at Carson-Newman W * at TN Wesleyan W Wilberforce W * Tusculum W at Emory & Henry W at Knoxville W # TN Wesleyan W # Milligan W # LeMoyne-Owen W & LeMoyne-Owen W & Christian Brothers W ! Campbell L ? LMU Invitational Tournament < Pikeville Tournament > Unknown Tournament

103-80 99-72 88-72 74-67 78-87 100-84 95-75 80-82 112-93 77-72 71-69 95-84 81-86 70-62 97-68 83-76 98-75 89-60 58-46 104-82 91-72 83-84 75-66 83-65 91-72 111-63 112-64 116-74 98-85 104-63 98-93 109-86 119-79 83-61 75-76

1977-78 (21-7, 9-1 VSAC)

? Tiffin W ? Catawba W Bluefield State W at Cumberland (KY) L at Thomas More W at Pikeville W at Knoxville W < vs. Grand Valley St. W < at Quincy L < Jackson St. (MS) L Thomas More W Cumberland (KY) L Pikeville W * at Carson-Newman W * at Milligan W * Tusculum W * at TN Wesleyan W Knoxville W * Carson-Newman W * King W at Wilberforce W * Milligan W * TN Wesleyan W * at King W * at Tusculum L # Milligan W # Carson-Newman L & LeMoyne-Owen L ? LMU Invitational Tournament < Quincy Tournament

74-58 78-60 97-78 75-71 63-59 71-68 103-96 73-70 38-68 86-87 81-77 76-72 69-60 69-65 80-68 73-57 72-71 104-87 65-54 105-83 86-73 50-49 86-68 81-72 74-75 71-62 70-56 55-63

L. J. Kilby 1978-83 Overall 81-68 (.543) VSAC 33-23 (.589) 1978-79 (9-19, 4-6 VSAC)

Tiffin at Cumberland (KY) Union (KY) ? vs. Bellarmine ? vs. Berea ? vs. Rio Grande (OH) ? vs. Tiffin

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66-67 71-76 73-64 64-84 63-92 62-66 74-63

at Bluefield State at Trevecca at Union (TN) at Bethel ? vs. Concord ? vs. Towson State at Pikeville Cumberland (KY) * at King Pikeville * Carson-Newman (OT) * Milligan at Union (KY) * at Tusculum * TN Wesleyan * at Carson-Newman * at Milligan * at TN Wesleyan * King * Tusculum (3OT) # Carson-Newman ? Unknown Tournaments

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

72-88 63-74 73-83 74-82 68-75 88-67 79-84 89-81 78-79 66-64 80-79 71-65 94-103 79-104 78-82 87-85 67-71 82-95 65-69 96-93 82-95

1979-80 (16-14, 4-6 VSAC)

Union (TN) L 71-75 at Cumberland (KY) L 66-67 Steed (TN) W 94-85 Bristol W 104-58 at Union (KY) L 65-80 ? vs. Southern Tech W 82-59 ? at TN Temple W 80-78 ? vs. Liberty Baptist W 93-90 Pikeville L 64-65 < at Berry W 88-79 < vs. Bluefield (VA) W 88-83 at Radford L 65-89 at Morehead St. L 67-81 Cumberland (KY) L 65-75 at Steed (TN) W 80-69 * King (OT) L 81-83 * at Carson-Newman L 82-87 Union (KY) W 87-77 * at Milligan W 59-55 * Tusculum W 95-91 * at TN Wesleyan L 84-85 * Carson-Newman L 68-69 * Milligan W 71-68 * TN Wesleyan W 76-72 * at King L 47-54 Radford W 81-80 * at Tusculum L 101-113 at Bristol W 91-71 # Carson-Newman W 65-50 # King L 84-98 ? Tennessee Temple Tournament < Berry College Tournament

1980-81 (24-8, 9-3 VSAC) VSAC-EAST CHAMPIONS NAIA DISTRICT 24 CHAMPIONS

at Virginia-Wise ? vs. Berea ? vs. Catawba at Cumberland (KY) Union (KY) at Berea at Pikeville < vs. Lee < vs. Cumberland (KY) Cumberland (KY) * King * Carson-Newman * Milligan at Union (KY) * at Tusculum * TN Wesleyan TN Temple * at Carson-Newman at Lee at TN Temple * at Milligan * at TN Wesleyan Lee * at King * Tusculum # Milligan # TN Wesleyan & Lee & King & David Lipscomb

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

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86-83 68-60 106-94 80-93 78-67 58-56 68-77 89-88 77-76 80-70 60-62 93-80 93-54 95-86 77-63 87-85 86-84 79-77 98-103 62-76 77-69 82-93 96-80 61-58 52-49 84-79 81-86 92-76 65-58 77-72

! Rockhurst ! Midwestern St. (TX) ? Unknown Tournament < Unknown Tournament

W L

71-68 87-104

1981-82 (11-15, 5-7 VSAC)

at Virginia-Wise Cumberland (KY) ? vs. Berea ? at Lee (OT) at Union (KY) < vs. IN Southeastern < vs. Transylvania * King * Lee * at Milligan * Tusculum * at TN Wesleyan at TN Temple * Carson-Newman (OT) TN Temple * at Carson-Newman at Cumberland (KY) * Milligan * TN Wesleyan Alice Lloyd * at King * at Tusculum Union (KY) * at Lee # TN Wesleyan # Carson-Newman ? Lee Tournament < Unknown Tournament

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

70-82 81-82 89-76 80-81 97-92 79-82 69-70 78-82 92-79 84-76 92-72 85-105 68-93 70-72 79-86 68-71 51-49 73-74 74-59 64-63 64-66 105-75 90-71 72-77 61-60 75-83

1982-83 (21-12, 10-2 VSAC) VSAC CHAMPIONS

at David Lipscomb W 56-54 at Trevecca L 71-80 Union (KY) W 79-75 UNC-Asheville W 72-56 at Cumberland (KY) L 68-80 ? vs. Tusculum W 103-83 ? at King W 74-71 * Lee W 87-67 < at TN Wesleyan L 64-67 < vs. Carson-Newman L 81-87 * Carson-Newman L 69-74 at TN Temple L 61-81 * Milligan W 87-55 at UNC-Asheville L 58-70 * at Tusculum W 84-75 * TN Wesleyan W 74-68 Cumberland (KY) L 80-86 * at Carson-Newman L 87-97 TN Temple W 93-69 at Mars Hill W 80-68 * at Milligan (OT) W 72-66 * at TN Wesleyan (2OT) W 80-76 * King W 73-60 Trevecca (OT) L 78-81 * at Lee W 61-60 Mars Hill W 65-61 at Union (KY) (OT) L 83-84 * Tusculum W 73-61 * at King W 63-60 # Lee W 75-73 # TN Wesleyan W 70-60 # Carson-Newman W 70-65 % TN Wesleyan L 59-69 ? King Tournament < Tennessee Wesleyan Tournament

Rick Byrd 1983-86 Overall 69-28 (.711) VSAC 32-4 (.889) 1983-84 (22-10, 11-1 VSAC)

at UNC-Asheville ? vs. Trevecca ? at David Lipscomb Cumberland (KY) at Morehead State at Mars Hill * Lee at Cumberland (TN) at Union (KY) < vs. Carson-Newman

L W L L L W W W W L

77-88 86-77 72-85 79-86 57-89 78-77 93-78 80-78 64-60 83-97

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RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS < vs. Lee W 90-79 Mars Hill L 57-59 * at Milligan W 77-59 * at Carson-Newman L 75-88 * at TN Wesleyan W 87-67 * at King W 71-67 at Cumberland (KY) L 61-83 * Carson-Newman W 103-97 Cumberland (TN) W 62-55 UNC-Asheville W 75-63 * Milligan W 81-72 * TN Wesleyan W 68-66 * King W 88-85 * Tusculum W 103-69 * at Tusculum W 108-67 * at Lee W 73-59 Union (KY) W 79-70 at Virginia-Wise W 66-57 # Lee W 83-73 # TN Wesleyan L 82-87 & TN Wesleyan W 93-67 & Carson-Newman L 72-86 ? Lipscomb Tournament < Tennessee Wesleyan Tournament

1984-85 (26-9, 10-2 VSAC)

Bluefield State W 120-101 at Cumberland (KY) L 43-50 at Union (KY) L 63-64 at Murray State W 76-70 * Lee W 85-73 TN Temple W 97-80 at Cumberland (TN) L 70-77 at Belmont W 86-65 Virginia-Wise W 90-67 ? vs. Concord L 74-79 ? at Bluefield State W 98-95 < vs. Belmont W 95-74 < vs. TN Wesleyan W 81-71 Cumberland (TN) W 69-59 Union (KY) W 77-69 Mars Hill W 105-93 * at Milligan W 62-60 * at Tusculum W 97-71 * Carson-Newman L 84-92 * at TN Wesleyan W 87-84 * King W 94-82 * at Carson-Newman L 82-88 at Mars Hill W 86-80 * Milligan W 80-77 * TN Wesleyan W 96-87 * at King W 88-87 * Tusculum W 94-49 * at Lee W 86-80 Belmont W 99-68 Cumberland (KY) L 68-76 # Tusculum W 85-59 # TN Wesleyan L 75-77 & TN Wesleyan W 81-75 & Carson-Newman W 82-77 & David Lipscomb L 60-69 ? Bluefield State Tournament < Lipscomb Tournament

1985-86 (21-9, 11-1 VSAC) VSAC CHAMPIONS

at TN Temple Union (KY) at Cumberland (KY) at Trevecca * at Lee ? vs. Urbana (IL) ? at Transylvania Trevecca Nazarene at Birmingham Southern Mars Hill * Milligan Bristol * Tusculum * at Carson-Newman * TN Wesleyan * at King * Carson-Newman * at Milligan * at TN Wesleyan * King * at Tusculum * Lee at Union (KY) Cumberland (KY)

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

84-91 83-81 60-68 99-82 104-79 91-70 71-72 64-70 65-85 96-86 84-82 110-79 126-74 61-73 74-71 90-80 85-73 104-83 78-70 87-72 106-91 115-91 78-77 70-68

at Mars Hill (OT) L at Bristol (2OT) W # Milligan W # King W & Carson-Newman W & David Lipscomb L ? Transylvania Tournament

99-103 86-85 96-74 98-79 85-83 77-93

Phil Cox 1986-91 Overall 84-60 (.583) TVAC 28-2 (.933) 1986-87 (20-11, 9-1 TVAC) TVAC CHAMPIONS

at David Lipscomb at Belmont USC-Spartanburg TN Wesleyan Lee at Cumberland (KY) Trevecca * Milligan Union (KY) at Bristol at Middle TN State at USC-Spartanburg Lindsey Wilson Mars Hill * at Tusculum * Carson-Newman * TN Wesleyan * at Carson-Newman at Mars Hill Bristol * TN Wesleyan at Covenant * Lee at Union (KY) at Lindsey Wilson * Tusculum Cumberland (KY) * at Lee * at Milligan Bluefield (VA) # Lee

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

88-98 92-100 113-103 121-109 84-97 65-86 116-102 122-86 91-84 86-89 92-116 89-77 84-71 90-58 112-83 113-99 103-93 117-101 99-79 123-93 104-87 108-83 101-91 93-95 100-74 116-74 77-79 100-98 112-95 127-95 79-86

1987-88 (21-9, 9-1 TVAC) TVAC CHAMPIONS

Elon at Southern Tech at Cumberland (KY) ? vs. Jacksonville St. ? vs. St. Michaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s at Northern KY Knoxville WV Wesleyan at Trevecca at U.T. Martin at VA Union at Elon * Milligan * Tusculum * at Carson-Newman * TN Wesleyan VA Union * Carson-Newman Covenant * at Milligan * at TN Wesleyan at Covenant * at Lee * at Tusculum * Lee Cumberland (KY) at Centre North Georgia # TN Wesleyan # Lee ? Unknown Tournament

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

92-99 67-63 85-82 76-82 116-97 101-106 72-60 97-88 93-105 63-82 95-99 79-73 90-72 144-83 88-83 118-99 81-80 88-99 94-74 94-69 97-91 121-107 94-97 106-87 108-88 72-63 89-67 84-79 114-94 106-112

1988-89 (25-5, 10-0 TVAC) TVAC CHAMPIONS

North Georgia Shaw at West Georgia at North Georgia ? vs. Belmont

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105-76 100-78 92-94 80-69 98-95

? at David Lipscomb L 109-122 West Georgia W 111-82 Charleston (WV) W 121-98 Carson-Newman W 78-54 < vs. Troy State W 102-86 < vs. Armstrong State W 106-93 < at Columbus State W 105-90 Gardner-Webb L 97-109 * at Tusculum W 95-74 * Carson-Newman W 76-63 * at TN Wesleyan W 112-84 * at Carson-Newman W 79-73 at KY State W 96-83 * TN Wesleyan W 72-69 Maryville W 95-77 * Lee W 105-80 at Gardner-Webb L 73-83 * Milligan W 82-64 * Tusculum W 98-59 King W 132-75 * at Lee W 93-70 * at Milligan W 80-58 # Milligan W 96-71 # Lee W 100-88 & Belmont L 81-98 ? David Lipscomb Tournament < Columbus State Tournament

1989-90 (13-13)

Limestone W at Jacksonville State L at North Georgia L Carson-Newman W ? vs. DeVry Institute W ? at Armstrong State L at Limestone L at Trevecca L at LeMoyne-Owen L at KY State L Trevecca L LeMoyne-Owen W at Clark-Atlanta W Clark-Atlanta L Lee W Alabama-Huntsville W KY State W at Earl Paulk W at Carson-Newman W Armstrong State L at Alabama-Huntsville L Earl Paulk W at UNC-Central L North Georgia W DISTRICT 24 TOURNAMENT & Milligan W & Lee L ? Armstrong State Tournament

1990-91 (5-22)

93-84 104-434 88-90 92-77 116-101 79-98 83-99 76-78 90-115 90-95 89-90 91-82 94-93 67-102 78-76 99-81 108-84 102-98 81-76 61-78 80-100 107-83 64-80 87-82 93-82 84-95

North Georgia L 60-74 at Jacksonville St. L 76-104 ? at KY Wesleyan L 62-116 ? va. SW Baptist L 75-98 Gardner-Webb W 82-80 at Armstrong State L 64-88 at KY Wesleyan L 51-89 at Carson-Newman L 76-106 Armstrong State L 52-77 at Athens State L 75-92 UNC-Greensboro L 66-72 Webber W 101-81 Jacksonville State L 81-101 DeVry Institute W 73-70 at Gardner-Webb L 53-86 at Ala.-Huntsville L 82-86 Carson-Newman L 71-77 at Limestone L 92-117 % Alabama-Huntsville L 69-85 at UNC-Central L 50-78 at UNC-Greensboro L 65-78 USC-Spartanburg L 78-100 Limestone W 96-93 UNC-Central W 85-76 Athens State L 58-79 at USC-Spartanburg L 67-97 at North Georgia L 82-86 % First game in Turner Arena ? Kentucky Wesleyan Tournament

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Marc Comstock 1991-94 Overall 48-32 (.600) GSC 6-6 (.500) 1991-92 (15-13)

? at Armstrong State W 58-67@ ? vs. West Georgia W 95-80 at Pfeiffer L 73-90 Carson-Newman L 56-61 North Georgia L 64-71 Armstrong State W 70-68 Longwood W 73-63 ? Alabama-Huntsville L 70-82 ? Lees-McRae W 89-51 Catawba W 82-66 at Carson-Newman W 81-55 at U. T. Martin L 59-68 DeVry Institute W 1-0 at USC-Spartanburg L 67-87 Jacksonville State L 74-75 Alabama-Huntsville W 75-66 Pfeiffer W 69-66 at Catawba L 69-71 at Longwood L 65-71 Limestone W 78-59 Queens W 62-52 USC-Spartanburg W 91-89 at Jacksonville State L 74-101 U. T. Martin L 52-58 at Queens W 65-58 at Ala.-Huntsville L 73-74 at Limestone L 86-94 at North Georgia W 76-64 < Armstrong State Tournament ? LMU Holiday Tournament @ Game won by Armstrong State but later forfeited.

1992-93 (17-9)

< vs. Davis & Elkins W < at Concord L at Kennesaw State W Bluefield State L Spalding W Kennesaw State W Concord W Tusculum W at Carson-Newman L at Auburn L ? vs. Dist. of Columbia W ? Lock Haven W > vs. Erskine W > vs. Eckerd W at Queens L at Erskine L Carson-Newman W Ala.-Huntsville W Limestone W Central State (OH) W at Bluefield State L at Central State (OH) L Erskine W at Ala.-Huntsville W at Limestone L Milligan W < Concord Tournament ? LMU Holiday Tournament > QueensTournament

79-61 80-83 77-75 75-77 71-69 77-70 78-44 79-71 56-77 51-77 72-55 61-41 87-66 71-61 54-66 61-79 68-48 71-70 64-61 79-64 66-77 57-78 76-50 72-70 65-75 72-65

1993-94 (16-10, 6-6 GSC)

> vs. Quincy > vs. Ferris State < King < Lee Milligan * Delta State Carson-Newman at Knoxville (OT) King ? Wingate ? Lenoir-Rhyne * at Mississippi Coll. * at Delta State * Mississippi Coll. * at North Alabama * at Ala.-Huntsville Limestone at Carson-Newman

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

83-92 80-90 86-64 92-54 89-68 68-52 74-53 76-66 87-61 73-45 77-63 48-68 44-62 92-85 64-76 69-65 85-51 46-64

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RAILSPLITTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS * West Georgia L 66-71 at Limestone L 72-73 * Valdosta State W 93-79 * North Alabama L 89-95 * at Valdosta State W 96-80 * at West Georgia L 74-89 Knoxville W 79-66 * Ala.-Huntsville W 81-56 > Indianapolis Tournament < LMU Thanksgiving Tournament ? LMU Holiday Tournament

Craig Rasmuson 1994-99 Overall 66-66 (.500) GSC 32-38 (.329) 1994-95 (8-18, 3-11 GSC)

> vs. Mercyhurst W > at Indianapolis L at Bluefield (VA) L Milligan W at Carson-Newman L Knoxville W Bluefield (VA) W ? vs. College of WV L ? vs. GA Southwestern L Carson-Newman L at KY Wesleyan L * at Mississippi College L * at West Alabama L * Valdosta State W * West Alabama L Allen W * West Georgia W * at West Florida* L * at Valdosta State L * Ala.-Huntsville L * at North Alabama L * Mississippi College L * West Florida* W * at Ala.-Huntsville L * at West Georgia L * North Alabama L > Indianapolis Tournament ? LMU Holiday Tournament

83-77 82-96 86-89 85-79 65-86 82-78 91-77 87-88 67-76 79-83 93-97 64-88 57-64 89-80 67-72 100-80 68-53 74-83 80-89 79-83 66-88 64-79 80-77 65-71 75-79 78-81

1995-96 (13-13, 6-8 GSC)

Carson-Newman (OT) W at Bluefield State L Knoxville L at Carson-Newman L ? vs. Trevecca L ? vs. Tusculum W King W > at Emporia State W > vs. Emporia State W * at Montevallo L * at West Ala. (2OT) W at Western Carolina L * Valdosta State L * West Florida W * at North Alabama L * at Ala.-Huntsville (OT) L * West Georgia (OT) W * at West Florida L * at Valdosta St. (OT) L Asbury W * West Alabama W * Montevallo L * North Alabama W * Ala.-Huntsville W * at West Georgia L North Greenville W ? LMU Holiday Tournament > Drury Tournament

68-67 90-97 72-82 48-66 83-91 83-80 71-49 72-67 68-66 49-50 95-91 47-94 69-72 86-71 75-92 77-80 92-90 59-76 80-84 89-83 72-62 60-68 72-70 69-52 59-60 86-74

1996-97 (9-17, 3-11 GSC)

Virginia-Wise at Oakland City > vs. Bluefield State > at Gardner-Webb at Carson-Newman Milligan ? vs. Warner Southern ? vs. Union (KY) Carson-Newman Bluefield State * Montevallo

L L W L L W W W W W W

62-68 67-70 76-68 64-78 71-76 78-74 79-60 59-50 92-86 91-83 104-79

* West Alabama L * at Valdosta State L * at West Florida L * North Alabama W * Ala.-Huntsville L * at West Georgia L Tusculum L * West Florida W * Valdosta State L * at West Alabama L * at Montevallo L Asbury L * at North Alabama L * at Ala.-Huntsville L * West Georgia L > Gardner-Webb Tournament ? LMU Holiday Tournament

55-56 69-78 70-96 77-73 58-60 70-84 64-75 84-81 57-71 49-74 73-81 63-67 53-79 63-70 69-92

1997-98 (19-8, 9-5 GSC)

Carson-Newman W Milligan W Pikeville W > at KY Wesleyan L > vs. Athens State L ? vs. Piedmont W ? vs. Virginia Intermont W at Carson-Newman W Oakland City W * at West Alabama L * at Montevallo W * West Florida L * Valdosta State W at Tusculum W * at Ala.-Huntsville W * at North Alabama L * West Georgia L Virginia-Wise W * at Valdosta State W * at West Florida W * Montevallo W * West Alabama W Tusculum W * Ala.-Huntsville W * North Alabama W * at West Georgia L # Central Arkansas L > KY Wesleyan Tournament ? LMU Holiday Tournament

72-54 89-51 83-49 74-92 63-65 92-63 77-59 62-57 77-64 63-76 81-73 56-57 75-63 100-63 61-59 64-67 76-79 86-71 96-88 82-77 96-88 82-76 81-66 69-59 93-74 71-83 65-86

1998-99 (17-10, 11-3 GSC) GSC-EAST CHAMPIONS

at Carson-Newman TN Wesleyan Milligan at Longwood Carson-Newman Union (KY) (OT) Ashland at USC-Spartanburg ? vs. LeMoyne (NY) ? vs. Tiffin * West Alabama * Montevallo * at West Florida * at Valdosta State * Ala.-Huntsville * North Alabama at Tusculum * at West Georgia * Valdosta State * West Florida Tusculum * at Montevallo * at West Alabama * at Ala.-Huntsville (2OT) * at North Alabama * West Georgia # Arkansas-Monticello ? Ashland Tournament

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

61-68 80-64 75-79 82-77 79-72 73-80 81-94 71-69 68-90 92-99 76-71 89-80 69-66 79-65 71-64 96-76 82-78 87-93 100-75 70-72 107-87 86-82 80-72 82-81 66-68 76-74 79-80

Jeff Tungate 1999-2004 Overall 60-74 (.448) GSC 26-44 (.371) 1999-2000 (12-13, 6-8 GSC)

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81-66 82-64

? vs. Washburn L ? at Florida Tech L at Tusculum L USC-Spartanburg W UVA-Wise W at KY Wesleyan L at Carson-Newman W at Ashland L * at Valdosta St. (OT) W * at West Georgia L * Montevallo W * West Florida (OT) L * at North Alabama L * at West Alabama L * Ala.-Huntsville W Tusculum W * West Georgia L * Valdosta State W * at Montevallo L * at West Florida L * North Alabama W * West Alabama W * at Ala.-Huntsville L ? Florida Tech Tournament

77-88 91-97 66-87 75-63 91-77 73-81 76-65 64-88 73-72 73-79 87-81 89-90 76-79 63-80 69-61 62-51 73-90 77-63 78-86 62-86 74-71 81-68 69-84

2000-01 (9-17, 5-9 GSC)

Anderson (SC) at Carson-Newman at Saginaw Valley at Indianapolis Tusculum Carson-Newman * at West Alabama at Union (KY) Ashland ? vs. St. Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (IN) ? at Ashland (OT) Union (KY) * West Georgia (OT) * at North Alabama * Montevallo * at Valdosta State * West Florida * North Alabama * West Alabama at Tusculum * at Ala.-Huntsville * at West Georgia * at Montevallo * Valdosta State * at West Florida * Ala.-Huntsville ? Ashland Tournament

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

81-82 62-76 64-86 59-95 95-85 66-71 73-88 92-81 83-87 96-88 89-91 76-65 92-95 66-104 80-81 59-79 80-83 83-78 89-82 76-86 79-69 70-96 93-84 90-81 77-92 65-82

2001-02 (14-13, 5-9 GSC)

OSU-Newark Union (KY) Carson-Newman at Union (KY) Tusculum at Ashland at Carson-Newman * West Alabama PR-Cayey at PR-Rio Piedras at PR-Bayamon ? vs. West Liberty St. ? at Ashland at Tusculum * at West Georgia * North Alabama * at Montevallo * Valdosta State * at West Florida (OT) * at North Alabama * at West Alabama * Ala.-Huntsville * West Georgia * Montevallo * at Valdosta State * West Florida * at Ala.-Huntsville ? Ashland Tournament

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

123-48 93-82 75-67 67-68 78-62 79-89 61-91 72-59 81-70 86-81 89-84 93-86 94-103 70-65 70-96 88-96 72-96 75-76 85-97 71-85 82-73 63-69 96-76 92-87 52-73 91-90 76-89

2002-03 (19-10, 9-5 GSC)

at Carson-Newman Concord ? at Arkansas Tech ? vs. Central Ark. (OT) Carson-Newman * at West Alabama

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at Tusculum W 52-47 West Virginia Tech W 92-80 at Concord College L 59-61 Ashland W 70-56 Tusculum W 71-54 < vs. Wilberforce L 74-78 < vs. Calumet (IL) W 74-48 at Bluefield State W 75-67 * West Georgia W 68-62 * at North Alabama L 62-65 * Montevallo W 65-60 * at Valdosta State L 58-64 * West Florida W 85-72 * North Alabama W 80-66 * West Alabama W 95-75 * at Ala.-Huntsville L 56-69 * at West Georgia L 61-75 * at Montevallo W 72-71 * Valdosta State W 57-55 * Ala.-Huntsville W 49-46 * at West Florida W 72-70 # vs Delta State W 78-76 # vs Ala.-Huntsville L 56-60 ? GSC Crossover at Arkansas Tech < Ashland Tournament

2003-04 (6-21, 1-13 GSC)

at Hillsdale at Ashland Lee at Florida Tech Hillsdale at Carson-Newman Cumberland (KY) vs. Central Arkansas Carson-Newman (OT) < vs. St. Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (IN) < vs. Slippery Rock at Cumberland (KY) at WVU-Tech * West Alabama (OT) * Montevallo * at West Florida * at Valdosta State * Ala.-Huntsville * North Alabama * at West Georgia * West Florida * Valdosta State * at Montevallo * at West Alabama * at Ala.-Huntsville * at North Alabama * West Georgia < Ashland Tournament

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

81-94 75-74 96-87 89-69 72-83 58-94 51-70 51-63 71-68 70-89 71-70 55-65 74-76 55-54 73-77 55-70 61-74 61-63 63-72 74-86 43-58 40-46 70-85 62-75 64-89 66-82 65-87

Hugh Watson 2004-08 Overall 33-76 (.301) GSC 6-20 (.300) SAC 8-22 (.267) 2004-05 (5-21, 3-10 GSC)

Ashland # vs. Florida Southern # at Florida Gulf Coast at Lee Tusculum at Carson-Newman at Tusculum at Cumberland (KY) at Livingstone Carson-Newman < vs. Shippensburg < vs. Trinity Chris. (IL) Cumberland (KY) * at Valdosta State * at West Florida * West Alabama * Montevallo * North Alabama * Ala.-Huntsville * West Georgia * at West Alabama * at Montevallo * West Florida * Valdosta State * at North Alabama

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

52-89 48-66 56-75 77-83 78-85 61-91 83-82 58-63 56-66 73-54 66-86 55-58 58-72 49-57 76-63 68-77 47-66 79-65 49-71 75-98 73-86 56-72 76-86 58-51 72-77

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* at Ala.-Huntsville -- ------* at West Georgia L 82-90 # Florida Gul Coast Tournament < Ashland Tournament $ The game at UAH was delcared a “no contest” by the NCAA and does not count in the official totals.

2005-06 (7-20, 4-10 GSC)

Mars Hill at Wingate Carson-Newman Benedict (OT) Cumberland (KY) Tusculum at Carson-Newman at Tusculum (OT) Mars Hill # vs. Slippery Rock # at Ashland North Greenville * Valdosta State * West Florida * at West Alabama * at Montevallo * North Alabama * Ala.-Huntsville * at West Georgia at North Greenville * West Alabama * Montevallo * at West Florida * Valdosta State * at North Ala. (OT) * at Ala.-Huntsville * West Georgia # Ashland Tournament

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

70-82 89-112 62-82 58-57 61-89 59-61 63-87 77-87 60-66 83-80 75-86 75-76 89-82 79-59 88-79 67-88 84-94 62-77 79-99 79-71 73-62 76-85 70-88 67-82 107-108 73-86 66-74

2006-07 (13-15, 7-9 SAC)

Lees-McRae W King W Brevard W Simmons W at Brevard L at Benedict L at King L & at UNC-Pembroke W & vs. Mt. Olive L * at Carson-Newman W * Wingate L * Tusculum W * at Presbyterian W * at Newberry (OT) W * Lenoir-Rhyne L * at Mars Hill W North Greenville W * at Wingate L * at Tusculum L * Presbyterian L * Mars Hill L * at Lenoir-Rhyne L * at Catawba L * Carson-Newman (OT) W at North Greenville L * Newberry W # at Lenoir-Rhyne L & UNC-Pembroke Classic

77-60 74-71 87-52 69-56 66-73 68-81 84-91 64-52 63-78 78-73 71-77 67-63 74-57 79-77 55-63 82-62 66-65 86-89 58-61 57-73 67-81 44-59 67-89 120-118 90-93 75-68 90-101

at Brevard (OT) W * at Mars Hill L * Lenoir-Rhyne L * Catawba L * at Carson-Newman L * at Newberry L # at Lenoir-Rhyne L % Tusculum Tournament ^ Union College Tournament

76-75 81-101 63-89 67-70 85-102 65-73 76-96

Josh Schertz 2008-present Overall 34-23 (.596) SAC 17-15 (.531)

2009-10 (20-9, 9-7 SAC)

Tennessee Temple % Hiwassee % Concord at Lane at Hiwassee Temple Baptist * Carson-Newman at Concord King at W. V. Wesleyan Temple Baptist * at Wingate * at Tusculum * Brevard * Newberry

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

87-65 143-62 92-66 56-73 111-47 98-46 70-67 89-71 73-66 67-52 117-58 71-86 67-52 85-70 81-66

* at Lenoir-Rhyne W 69-63 * at Catawba L 85-88 * Mars Hill (OT) L 92-96 at King W 77-58 * Wingate W 84-69 * Tusculum W 65-62 * at Brevard L 70-88 * at Mars Hill W 94-84 * Lenoir-Rhyne L 73-75 * Catawba W 80-73 * at Carson-Newman L 75-78 * at Newberry L 69-73 # Mars Hill W 83-70 # vs. Catawba L 60-70 % DeBusk/Burchett Holiday Classic

2008-09 (14-14, 8-8 SAC)

at Tennessee Temple W at Ohio Valley W % vs. Columbus State L % vs. Flagler W Lane W Ga. Southwestern (OT) L * at Carson-Newman L Ohio Valley (OT) L at Virginia-Wise L W. V. Wesleyan W at Ga. Southwestern L * Wingate W * Tusculum W * at Brevard W * at Newberry L * Lenoir-Rhyne W * Catawba W * at Mars Hill (2OT) L Virginia-Wise W * at Wingate L * at Tusculum L * Brevard W * Mars Hill W * at Lenoir-Rhyne (2OT) L * at Catawba L * Carson-Newman W * Newberry L # at Catawba L % Tusculum Tournament

73-67 72-60 52-63 74-61 75-65 76-83 72-81 74-76 63-80 106-82 67-81 59-58 59-55 79-69 49-65 69-62 85-70 83-88 73-46 60-65 71-74 76-51 87-77 75-88 71-74 73-70 69-73 78-90

Nick Sanford leads the Railsplitters in nearly every offensive category.

2007-08 (8-20, 1-13 SAC)

% vs. GCSU % vs. Bellarmine Union (KY) Virginia Intermont at Lees-McRae * Carson-Newman (OT) North Greenville at North Georgia ^ vs. Alice Lloyd ^ at Union (KY) North Georgia (OT) * at Wingate * at Tusculum (OT) Brevard * Newberry * at Lenoir-Rhyne * at Catawba * Mars Hill at North Greenville * Wingate * Tusculum

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

61-84 70-82 68-86 68-58 85-64 87-92 61-42 57-66 83-66 73-75 73-80 72-90 67-73 59-56 58-67 51-77 76-100 69-70 90-76 70-99 70-64

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RAILSPLITTER ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS 1926-present Alabama-Huntsville Alice Lloyd Allen Anderson Appalachian State Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas Tech Armstrong State Asbury Ashland Athens State Auburn Austin Peay Bellarmine Belmont Benedict Berea Berry Bethel Birmingham Southern Bluefield (VA) Bluefield State (WV) Bowling Green Business Brevard Bristol Bryan California Baptist Calumet College Campbell Campbellsville Carson-Newman* Catawba Cedarville (OH) Central Arkansas Central State (OH) Centre Charleston (WV) Chatsworth (GA) A.C. Chatsworth (GA) Ind. Chattanooga Christian Brothers Clark Atlanta College of West Virginia Columbus State Concord (WV) Covenant Cumberland (KY) Cumberland (TN) David Lipscomb Davis and Elkins Delta State DeVry Institute District of Columbia Drury Duke Earl Paulk East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Eckerd Edward Waters Elon Emory and Henry Emporia State Erskine Ferris State Flagler Florida Southern Florida Gulf Coast Florida Tech Gardner-Webb Georgetown (KY) Georgia Coll. & St.

14 2 1 0 4 0 0 3 1 2 1 0 11 0 9 1 9 1 4 0 5 6 2 6 5 18 1 1 0 2 89 6 0 1 1 5 1 1 2 4 1 1 0 1 5 4 20 14 11 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 18 3 1 1 1 52 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 5 0

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Georgia Southern Georgia Southwestern Glen Alpine Glenville State Grand Valley State Guilford (NC) Henderson State High Point Hillsdale Hiwassee Indianapolis Indiana Southeastern Jackson State (MS) Jacksonville State (AL) Johnson Bible College Kennesaw State Kentucky State Kentucky Wesleyan King Knoxville Lambuth Lane Lee Lees-McRae LeMoyne (NY) LeMoyne-Owen Lenoir-Rhyne Liberty Baptist Limestone Lindsey Wilson Livingstone Lock Haven Longwood Mars Hill Marshall Marymount (CA) Maryville Mercyhurst Middle TN State Midwestern State (TX) Milligan* Mississippi College Montevallo Morehead State Mount Olive Murphy (TN) Murray State Newberry North Alabama UNC-Asheville UNC-Central UNC-Greensboro UNC-Pembroke UNC-Wilmington North Georgia North Greenville Northern Kentucky Oakland City Ohio State-Newark Ohio Valley Pfeiffer Piedmont Pikeville Presbyterian Puerto Rico-Bayamon Puerto Rico-Cayey Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras Queens Quincy Radford Rio Grande (OH) Roanoke

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Rockhurst 1 0 Saginaw Valley State 0 1 Saint Joseph’s (IN) 1 1 Saint Mary’s (KY) 2 0 Saint Michael’s 1 0 Shaw 1 0 Shippensburg 0 1 Simmons Bible 1 0 Slippery Rock 2 0 USC-Upstate 4 4 Southern Tech 2 0 Southwest Baptist 0 1 Spalding 1 0 Steed (TN) 2 1 Stetson 0 1 Sue Bennett 10 1 Tampa 0 1 Temple Baptist 2 0 Tennessee 0 16 Tennessee-Martin 0 7 Tennessee Tech 2 3 Tennessee Temple 7 9 Tennessee Wesleyan 63 49 Thomas More 2 0 Tiffin 3 2 Towson State 1 0 Transylvania 5 10 Trevecca-Nazarene 2 9 Trinity Christian (IL) 0 1 Troy State 1 1 Truett-McConnell First meeting Tusculum 113 42 Union (KY) 45 53 Union (TN) 2 7 Urbana (IL) 1 0 Valdosta State 13 14 VA Intermont 2 0 VA-Wise 8 3 Virginia Union 1 1 Warner Southern 1 0 Washburn 0 1 Webber College 1 0 West Alabama 13 11 West Florida 10 14 West Georgia 8 22 West Liberty State 1 0 West Virginia State 1 0 West Virginia Tech 1 1 West Virginia Wesleyan 3 0 Western Carolina 2 2 Wilberforce 2 1 Wingate 3 7 Wofford 0 1 * - Includes V-12 and V-5 Naval Teams Bold indicates 2010-11 opponents This list does NOT include the independent and other non-collegiate teams the Railsplitters played before 1945. They are counted in the won-loss totals but are not included here for space reasons.

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TEX TURNER ARENA The B. Frank “Tex” Turner Arena has been the home of the Railsplitters and Lady Railsplitters since 1991. Since then, it has become known as one of the top basketball facilities at the Division II level. The arena replaced the Mary E. Mars Gymnasium, which had been the home of LMU basketball since 1948. The 87,000 square foot complex seats 5,009 for basketball contests, with another 1,000 portable seats available for other events. The distance from the playing floor to the roof is 40 feet, the equivalent of a two-story building. The arena is 230 feet (east to west) and 282 feet (north to south). It contains over 81,866 square feet of floor space, and over 4 million cubic feet of space. The arena also serves as a practice facility for the golf, soccer, baseball and softball teams. The auxiliary gym contains batting cages and there is an indoor practice tee used by the golf teams. Over the years, several concerts as well as district and regional tournaments have been held in the arena. The LMU spring and fall commencement services and pinning ceremonies have been held there since 1991. LMU’s athletic offices are located on the lower level, with the exception of cross country, softball and volleyball. Also located on the lower level are the athletic training offices, the university press and the university post office. The LMU Athletes Hall-ofFame, the Turner Room and a classroom are also located on the lower level and are often used by campus and community groups for meetings and other functions. The recently refurbished athletic training room and weight room are located on the lower level within easy access of the playing floor and air-conditioned dressing rooms. The upper level contains a ticket office and other offices as well as the Dean Bailey Trophy Room, which houses trophies and other memorabilia dating back to the 1920’s and is a memorial to former coach Dean Bailey. The upper concourse also is open to the public as a walking track and is extremely popular with the local community. Entrances to the building are located on the north, The Railsplitters in the Turner Arena south and east ends. There are a total of 24 entrance 1991-present -- 164-97 doors to the arena (handicap access is available on both 1990-91 -- 2-3* 2001-02 -- 8-3 levels). 1991-92 -- 10-5 2002-03 -- 12-0 The arena was named after former LMU football 1992-93 -- 12-1 2003-04 -- 3-8 1993-94 -- 13-2 2004-05 -- 3-8 standout B. Frank “Tex” Turner, who donated the funds 1994-95 -- 7-7 2005-06 -- 4-8 for its construction. Work on the multi-million dollar facility 1995-96 -- 10-4 2006-07 -- 8-5 began on May 7, 1988 and on Feb. 2, 1991 the Railsplitters 1996-97 -- 8-7 2007-08 -- 4-8 and Lady Railsplitters held their first contests in the facility 1997-98 -- 13-2 2008-09 -- 10-3 when they hosted the University of Alabama-Huntsville in 1998-99 -- 9-5 2009-10 -- 13-2 a doubleheader. The women won 112-95 and the men lost 1999-00 -- 10-2 * -- After Feb. 2 2000-01 -- 5-7 85-69.

RAILSPLITTER HOME COURTS Prior to 1924, LMU did not have a gym. Most home games were played in Middlesboro or at Powell Valley High School.

“The Barn” 1924-45

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B. Frank “Tex” Turner Arena 1991 - present

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THIS IS LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY Lincoln Memorial University was founded in 1897 as a living memorial to Abraham Lincoln and his philosophy and ideals. Its inception dates from an occasion in the fall of 1863 when the President was meeting with General Oliver Otis Howard to discuss military operations in and around the Cumberland Gap and East Tennessee area. The President expressed his appreciation for the loyalty that the people of the region had shown to the Union during this time of Civil War. Pointing to the area on the map, Mr. Lincoln said, “General Howard, if you come out of all this horror and misery alive, and I hope that you may, I want you to do something for these people who have been shut out from the world all these years. If I live, I will do all I can to aid you and between us we may do them the justice they deserve. Please remember, and if God is good to us we may be able to speak of it later!” Mr. Lincoln did not live to see his dream fulfilled, but O.O. Howard (who also was a founder of Howard University) never forgot those words. In 1895, he traveled to the Cumberland Gap area to address a small academy that was operated by a Congregational minister, the Rev. A.A. Myers, and his wife Ellen. While he was there, the General remembered Lincoln’s request and joined with the Myers and several prominent friends to lay the groundwork for a university honoring the slain President. It was to be an institution whose mission and principles would exemplify the life of Abraham Lincoln. The philosophy articulated by these founders as a guide for University programs and curriculum was based on the following principles which were exemplified in the life of Abraham Lincoln: individual liberty; the privileges and responsibilities of the American government; love and respect for the fellow people; personal initiative, individual effort; unselfish leadership; an appreciation for the common people; free enterprise; and belief in a personal God. Now in its 113th year of operation, LMU has grown into a progressive university, offering over 30 majors. LMU’s Fall 2010 enrollment was 4,445 students and there were 153 faculty members at the main campus and twelve extended learning campus sites. The main campus is also home to the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum, which houses one of the largest Lincoln collections in the country.

LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Location: Harrogate, TN Founded: 1897 Enrollment: 4,445 (Fall 2010 Figures) Nickname: Railsplitters Colors: Blue & Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: South Atlantic Conference President: B. James Dawson, Ed D Athletic Director: Roger Vannoy Sports Information Director: Rusty Peace Head Athletic Trainer: Josh Holt Main Athletics Phone Number: (423) 869-6285 2010-11 LMU Railsplitter Basketball

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT / LOCAL INFORMATION MAILING/OVERNIGHT ADDRESS: Tex Turner Arena Cumberland Gap Parkway Harrogate, TN 37752

ATHLETIC TRAINING (423) 869-6378 Josh Holt - Head Athletic Trainer ATHLETIC TRAINING (423) 869-6826 Melissa Hayes - Assistant Athletic Trainer

ADMINISTRATION Roger Vannoy

(423) 869-6285 Athletic Director

COMPLIANCE Mike Smith

(423) 869-6239 Compliance Director/ Assistant AD

BASKETBALL OFFICE Josh Schertz Lance Egnatz Chris Cottrell Dennis Cline

(423) 869-6240 Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Volunteer Assistant

OTHER SPORTS: Head Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Head Women’s Basketball Coach Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Student Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Head Men’s & Women’s Golf Coach Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach Head Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Coach Head Volleyball Coach Head Men’s & Women’s Soccer Coach Assistant Soccer Coach Head Softball Coach Assistant Softball Coach Cheer/Dance Coach Hotel

Cumberland Gap Inn Best Western Inn Holiday Inn Express

LOCAL HOTELS

Location

Cumberland Gap Middlesboro Middlesboro

PRESIDENT B. James Dawson, Ed D

FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE Dr. Jack Mansfield (423) 869-6322 SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR Stephanie Smith (423) 869-6393 TEAM PHYSICIAN Dr. Howard Teitelbaum

(423) 869-6345 (423) 869-6344 (423) 869-6246 (423) 869-6343 (423) 869-6343 (423) 869-6285 (423) 869-6399 (423) 869-6201 (423) 869-6239 (423) 869-6245 (423) 869-6340 (423) 869-6242 (423) 869-7081 Marcia Yeary Hembree (423) 869-6451

(423) 869-9172 (606) 248-5630 (606) 248-6860

FAMILY DINING Restaurant

Gondolier Pizza Haymaker Farms The Oasis Webb’s Country Kitchen Waffle King Chinatown Cafe J. Milton’s La Esperanza Pizza Hut Ryan’s New China Express Old Town Grill King Buffett

Location

Harrogate Harrogate Harrogate Cumberland Gap Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Tazewell Middlesboro

From Campus Phone 1 Mile 1 Mile 1.5 Miles 2.5 Miles 4 Miles 4.5 Miles 4.5 Miles 4.5 Miles 4.5 Miles 5 Miles 5 Miles 12 Miles 5 Miles

2010-11 LMU Railsplitter Basketball

(423) 869-7129

Jeff Sziksai Ryan Schmalz Stephanie Smith Matt Acton Cena Nasiloski Travis Muncy Benny Collins Jeremy Donahue Mike Smith Helio D’Anna Adriano de Moraes Dan Burns Tiffany Edgar

From Campus Phone 2.5 Miles 4.5 Miles 5 Miles

(423) 869-6391

(423) 869-8001 (423) 869-4771 (423) 869-8000 (423) 869-5877 (606) 248-5003 (606) 248-1627 (606) 248-0458 (606) 248-9252 (606) 248-7338 (606) 242-2900 (606) 248-5000 (423) 626-5766 (606) 248-7666

FAST FOOD

Restaurant Heavy’’s Frosty Mug Hardee’s Subway Arby’s Burger King Captain D’s Dairy Queen KFC Krystal’s Lee’s Famous Recipe Long John Silver’s McDonald’s Papa John’s Sonic Taco Bell Taco Casa Wendy’s

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Location Harrogate Harrogate Harrogate, Middlesboro Harrogate, Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro Middlesboro

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2010-11 RAILSPLITTER NETWORK BROADCAST SCHEDULE CATCH THE ACTION OF LMU BASKETBALL ALL SEASON LONG! Listen To The Broadcasts Of Railsplitter Basketball On WLMU 91.3 FM & On The World Wide Web At: www.lmurailsplitters.com DATE November 11/4 11/8 11/13 11/23 11/26 11/27 December 12/1 12/4 12/11 12/14 January 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/29 February 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/26 March 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/12-15

OPPONENT

AIR-TIME

TIP-OFF

Media

Middle Tennessee State University (Exh.) Transylvania University (Exh.) Truett McConnell College King College Union College Hiwassee College

8:10 p.m. 7:10 p.m. 6:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 3:40 p.m.

8:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Video

King College *Wingate University Glenville State University *Catawba College

7:40 p.m. 3:40 p.m. 7:10 p.m. 7:40 p.m.

8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Video

Lees-McRae College *Tusculum College *Newberry College *Mars Hill College *Anderson University *Brevard College *Lenoir-Rhyne University *Carson-Newman College *Wingate University

6:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 3:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m.

7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Video

*Tusculum College *Catawba College *Mars Hill College *Newberry College *Brevard College *Anderson University *Carson-Newman College *Lenoir-Rhyne University

7:40 p.m. 3:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 3:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m. 7:40 p.m.

8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Audio only Radio/Internet-Video Radio/Internet-Video

TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA

Food Lion SAC Tournament Quarterfinals TBA Food Lion SAC Tournament Semifinals TBA Food Lion SAC Tournament Championship TBA NCAA Southeast Regional Tournament TBA

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RADIO/TV SPOTTING CHART 0KIERRE

1

3

5’10” SENIOR GUARD ATLANTA, GA

6’6” SENIOR GUARD ROEBUCK, SC

6’3” JUNIOR GUARD LITHONIA, GA

JORDAN

JOSH STANLEY

4D’MARIO

5BRANDON

11 ART

6’7” SENIOR FORWARD DETROIT, MI

6’1” JUNIOR GUARD DECATUR, GA

6’0” SOPHOMORE GUARD

CURRY

ARMSTRONG

JUSTIN ALLEN

DERICO

PALM BAY, FL

12 SHELDON

14 CHANCE

20 DESMOND

6’6” GRADUATE FORWARD ORLANDO, FL

6’2” FRESHMAN GUARD KNOXVILLE, TN

6’6” JUNIOR FORWARD LYNCH, KY

OLIVER

JONES

JOHNSON

21 CAM

23 WALLY

25 VINCENT

6’2” SOPHOMORE GUARD CLEARWATER, FL

6’2” SOPHOMORE GUARD GREENSBORO, NC

6’6” FRESHMAN FORWARD JENNINGS, FL

CARDEN

JONES

BAILEY

30 DUSTIN

31 FAROOQ

32 CARLOS

6’6” SOPHOMORE FORWARD KNOXVILLE, TN

6’0” FRESHMAN GUARD INDIANAPOLIS, IN

5’11” JUNIOR GUARD DURHAM, NC

CRAIG

DAVIS

SANFORD

33 DARRYL

42 KEENAN

44 TONY

6’4” JUNIOR GUARD DETROIT, MI

6’9” FRESHMAN CENTER COLLEGE PARK, GA

6’5” JUNIOR FORWARD CINCINNATI, OH

GARRETT

52 CHASE JONES

6’6” FRESHMAN GUARD/FORWARD KNOXVILLE, TN

PETERSON

MARTIN


2010-2011 RAILSPLITTER BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date November 11/4 11/8 11/13 11/18 11/23 11/26 11/27 December 12/1 12/4 12/11 12/14 January 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/29 February 2/2. 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/26 March 3/2 3/6 3/7

Opponent

Site

Tip-off

Middle Tennessee State University (Exhibition) Transylvania University (Exhibition) Trett McConnell College Hiwassee College King College Union College (Debusk/Burchett Holiday Classic) Hiwassee College (Debusk/Burchett Holiday Classic)

Murfreesboro, TN Harrogate Harrogate Madisonville, TN Harrogate Harrogate Harrogate

8:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

King College *Wingate University Glenville State University *Catawba College

Bristol, TN Wingate, NC Glenville, WV Harrogate

8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Lees-McRae College *Tusculum College *Newberry College *Mars Hill College *Anderson University *Brevard College *Lenoir-Rhyne University *Carson-Newman College *Wingate University

Harrogate Greeneville, TN Newberry, SC Harrogate Harrogate Harrogate Hickory, NC Jefferson City, TN Harrogate

8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

*Tusculum College *Catawba College *Mars Hill College *Newberry College *Brevard College *Anderson University *Carson-Newman College *Lenoir-Rhyne University

Harrogate Salisbury, NC Mars Hill, NC Harrogate Brevard, NC Anderson, SC Harrogate Harrogate

8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Food Lion SAC Tournament First Round Food Lion SAC Tournament Semifinals Food Lion SAC Tournament Finals

TBD Hickory, NC Hickory, NC

TBA TBA TBA

*Denotes South Atlantic Conference Game All Games Listed In Eastern Time


2010-11 LMU Men's Basketball Guide