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2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide

“It’s not just about winning championships; it’s about being a champion.”


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide

Table of Contents Dominating Defense..............2-3 Up Tempo Offense.................4-5 Tradition of Champions.........6-7 Fan Support............................8-9 Player Development...............10-11 Class of the SAC....................12-13 National Powerhouse.............14 “A real honor”........................15 Luxurious Living...................16-17 Basketball Facilities...............18-19 Core Values............................20-21 Academic Excellence.............22-23 Season Preview......................24-26 Elite Staff...............................27-29 Meet the Railsplitters.............30-39 The Newcomers.....................40-44 2011-12 Statistics....................45 All-Time Series Records.........46 Career Records........................47 Single-Season Records............48 Single-Game Records..............49 All-Conference........................50 All-Americans.........................51


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Led the SAC for four straight years in Field Goal Percentage Defense. 37% in 2011-12, ranking 2nd in the Country for Division II. 39% in 2010-11, ranking 7th in the Country for Division II.

DOMINATING 37% in 2009-10, ranking 2nd in the Country for Divison II. 40% in 2008-09, ranking 8th in the Country for Division II.


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Led the SAC in Team Scoring Defense. Led the SAC in Team Rebounding Average.

DEFENSE

Led the SAC in Team Rebounding Margin.


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Scored over 90 points 27 times.

UP TEMPO Led the SAC in Field Goal Percentage Offense for the past three years.


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Led the South Atlantic Conference in Scoing Margin for the last three season.

OFFENSE Scored over 100 on 14 occasions.


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2011 South Atlantic Conference Tournament Champions

TRADITION OF

2011 South Atlantic Conference Regular Season Champions


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Two-Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances

CHAMPIONS

Three-Consecutive 20-Win Seasons


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Tex Turner Arena was voted the #1 Home Court Advantage in NCAA Division II.

FAN

Over the last four seasons, the Railsplitters have posted a record of 54-7 at home.


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In 2011-12, the Railsplitters averaged over 2,000 fans in attendance for each home game.

SUPPORT

Over the last four seasons, the Railsplitters have won 29 of their last 34 conference home games.


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Desmond Johnson

Two-time All-SAC selection 2008-09 SAC Freshman of the Year 2008-09 Division II Bulletin Freshman All-American Team 2009-10 SAC All-Tournament Team 2010-11 SAC Player of the Year 2010-11 SAC All-Tournament Team 2010-11 Daktronics All-Southeast Region First Team 2011-12 All-Region Second Team

PLAYER Brandon Armstrong 2008-09 SAC All-Freshman Team 2008-09 SAC Freshman of the Year Runner-Up 2011-12 All-SAC First Team


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D’Mario Curry

Three-time All-SAC selection

2008-09 All-SAC First Team 2009-10 All-SAC First Team 2009-10 Daktronics All-Southeast Region Second Team 2009-10 NABC All-Southeast Region Second Team 2010-11 All-SAC First Team 2010-11 SAC Tournament MVP

2010-11 Daktronics All-Southeast Region Second Team

DEVELOPMENT Vincent Bailey 2010-11 SAC All-Freshman Team 2011-12 All-SAC Second Team 2012-13 Preseason All-SAC First Team


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Overall Wins (Since 2008): 1. Lincoln Memorial: 87 2. Anderson:72 3. Wingate: 66 4. Catawba: 64 5. Newberry: 59 5. Tusculum: 59 7. Brevard: 51 8. Mars Hill: 48 9. Carson-Newman: 44 10. Lenoir-Rhyne: 40

CLASS OF SAC Winning Percentage (Since 2008):

1. Lincoln Memorial: 73.1% 2. Anderson: 59.5% 3. Wingate: 55.9% 4. Catawba: 54.2% 5. Newberry: 53.1%

6. Tusculum: 50.8% 7. Brevard: 45.1% 8. Mars Hill: 43.6% 9. Carson-Newman: 38.9% 10. Lenoir-Rhyne: 37.0%


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South Atlantic Conference Records

Highest Winning Percentage: 73.1% Highest Winning Percentage in SAC Play: 70.1% Most Wins in a Season: 27 (2010-11), 26 (2011-12) Longest Winning Streak: 22 (2010-11) Highest National Ranking: (2011-12)

THE SAC Most Consecutive Weeks Nationally Ranked: 28 (2011-Present) First South Atlantic Conference Team to be Ranked Number One in Southeast Region.


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Overall Winning Percentage (Past 3 Seasons): Southeast Region 1. Lincoln Memorial: 80.2% 2. Augusta State: 80.0% 3. Montevallo: 73.0% 4. Mount Olive: 68.9% 5. Georgia College: 67.9% 6. South Carolina Aiken: 66.6% 7. Anderson: 65.9% 8. Queens College: 61.6% 9. Barton: 60.4%

NATIONAL POWERHOUSE Regionally ranked in every poll over the last three seasons. Nationally ranked 27 consecutive weeks over the last two seasons.


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide ‘A real honor’ for No.1 Railsplitters

By Austin Ward Lincoln Memorial University already was the favorite in its league. Given the run of success during the past couple seasons for the men’s basketball team, the Railsplitters have long been getting the best shot from all their opponents. And they had been blazing a trail in the national rankings for the South Atlantic Conference going into the week.

So even now that they’re No. 1 in the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division II poll for the first time in school history, for Josh Schertz and his team it’s almost as if nothing has changed at all despite that impressive new position on top of the nation. “It’s a real honor for the kids and the school, and we’ve acknowledged that and we’re going to enjoy it because it took an incredible amount of work,” Schertz said before meeting with the team on Tuesday. “But we aren’t going to get too caught up in streaks or rankings. “The guys have been pretty good about blocking out external distractions, and our focus is always on becoming the absolute best we can be every day to give us the best chance to reach our potential.” The Railsplitters (14-0, 4-0 SAC) can’t climb any higher than where they are now, riding a balanced offensive attack along with their standard emphasis on rebounding and defense during a perfect start that earned them six of the eight first-place votes in the poll released Tuesday. But simply ticking off another accomplishment to go with the handful of others Schertz has helped produce the past few years, from the program’s first NCAA tournament bid to the ongoing 27-game home winning streak at Tex Turner Arena, wasn’t the goal before the season in Harrogate. And while the Railsplitters justifiably took a minute to soak in the latest addition to their resume, in order to protect that ranking their attention had to quickly shift back to Mars Hill for a conference showdown tonight at home. “If you don’t work as hard or stay as focused as you did before, this will have no impact on what we’re trying to do,” Schertz said. “We already had the highest ranking in the history of our league, and we’ve been getting ‘A’ games from everybody we play, every night. That takes a tremendous amount of character to come out on a nightly basis and continue to be a tough out. “This (ranking) is nice because it’s an honor that very few schools achieve, but we’ve been pretty good for two years. Even though we haven’t been No. 1 yet, we’ve dealt with expectations.” And now that they have reached the top of the charts, those haven’t changed for the Railsplitters. © 2012, Knoxville News Sentinel Co.


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Apartment Lifestyle:

-Three bedrooms in each apartment

-One student per room

-Each room has a full bathroom, walk in closet and is fully furnished.

LUXURIOUS

-Fully-furnished living room

-Full-size washer and dryer

-Full-size kitchen


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Area Attractions: -Cumberland Gap National Park -Abraham Lincoln Museum -Pinnacle Overlook -Gap Cave -Pine Mountain State Park -Middlesboro Mall -Bowling -4,600 ft. tunnel, connecting Harrogate, Tennessee to Middlesboro, Kentucky.

LIVING Nestled in the pristine Appalachian Mountain Range, LMU’s main campus in Harrogate, TN is both scenic and historic. About 55 miles north of Knoxville, TN, we’re perfectly poised to offer a liberal arts education.


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Tex Turner Arena:

The Tex Turner Arena has been the home of the Railsplitters since 1991. Since then, it has become known as the top basketball facility at the Divison II level. -Seats approximately 6,000 people -Host to numerous concerts and events

BASKETBALL -Includes Athletic Offices, Athletic Training Facility, Class Rooms and Locker Rooms for additional sports on campus.


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Locker Room:

Newly Renovated Facility with: -19 Wood Lockers -Showers -60’ Flat Screen with surround sound and cable. -Washer & Dryer -Suite Area -Training Room entrance/access -Wireless Internet

FACILITIES -Tex Turner Arena also includes a full weight room and a media room complete with theater style seating.


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Effort

Toughness

CORE

Pride


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Commitment

VALUES

Discipline


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-Lincoln Memorial University is a values-based learning community dedicated to providing educational experiences in the liberal arts and professional studies.

ACADEMIC

-We are committed to the process of being champions in these three main areas: 1. In the classroom 2. Socially 3. On the court


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We will be champions in our character, preparation, in our appearance on campus and in the community.

EXCELLENCE

We will work towards the goal of not just being a good team, but becoming dominant both on and off the floor.


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Introduction

Season Preview:

Expectations are always high for Lincoln Memorial men’s basketball and that is status quo for the 2012-13 season as LMU head coach Josh Schertz enters his fifth season at the helm with an 73.9 (88-31) winning percentage which ranks No.1 all time in South Atlantic Conference history. LMU returns three starters and ten letterwinners from last season’s team that went 26-6, was ranked No.1 in the nation, advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year, and won the first NCAA Tournament game in school history. The Railsplitters advanced to the Southeast Regional semifinals in 2012.

Who’s Back Junior Vincent Bailey is LMU’s leading returning scorer (10.9), rebounder (6.8), and shot blocker (25) from a 2011-12 season that earned him All-SAC Second Team honors. Other returning starters include senior forward Jake Troyli (9.6 ppg, 3.9 rpg) and senior guard Cam Carden (8.8 ppg, 63 made 3pt FG). Other returning regulars include senior guard Wally Jones (7.1 ppg, 31 made 3pt FG), senior forward Dustin Craig (4.8 ppg, 3.0 rpg), sophomore guard Lorenza Ross (4.7 ppg, 44 assists), junior guard Chance Jones (4.5 ppg, made 36.7 of his three pointers attempted) and sophomore guard CJ Wakely (3.3 ppg, 39 assists). Other returning letterwinners include sophomore forward Keenan Peterson (2.6 ppg, grabbed 44 rebounds in 91 minutes of action) and senior forward Jairocey Simpson (2.1 ppg) semifinals in 2012.

New Faces Lincoln Memorial will have 8 freshman on this year’s roster including two that redshirted in 2011-12. Curtis McMillion, a 6’6 forward out of Fayetteville, NC will provide immediate depth in the post while Tristan Hicks, a 6’2 combo guard from Louisville, KY will try to crack the backcourt rotation. A heralded recruiting class includes three Region Players of the Year and First Team All State selections, Tim Pierce of Albany (GA) High School, Curtis Webb of Dorman (SC) High School and Luquon Choice of Laurens (SC) High School. Other freshman include Paul Woodson who averaged 13.5 ppg and 13.9 rpg at Aiken High School in Cincinnati, Ohio along with Hunter Spaw of Grainger (TN) High School and Ray Mobley of South Gwinnett (GA) High School.


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By the Numbers Category Minutes Points Field Goals 3 Point FGs Free Throws Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

2011-12

Return

Loss

6,475 2,539 919 198 503 900 507 100 206

4,009 1,676 631 135 271 427 288 72 118

2,466 863 288 63 232 473 219 28 88

% Return 61.9 66.0 68.6 68.1 53.8 47.4 56.8 72.0 57.2

Returning Leaders Category

Points Field Goals Field Goal Percentage Three-Point Field Goals Three-Point Field Goal % Free Throws Free Throw Percentage Rebounds Assists Blocked Shots Steals

Player

Vincent Bailey (350) Vincent Bailey (149) Vincent Bailey (62.3%) Cam Carden (63) Cam Carden (39.4%) Jake Troyli (72) Jake Troyli (82.8%) Vincent Bailey (202) Cam Carden (75) Vincent Bailey (25) Cam Carden (30)

Winningest Program The Last Three Years Lincoln Memorial University has posted the best winning percentage in the Southeast Region over the last three seasons. They also rank at the top of the South Atlantic Conference in winning percentage, conference wins and overall wins over the last four seasons.


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It Starts With Schertz In four seasons at LMU, Josh Schertz has guided the Railsplitters to three-consecutive 20-win seasons, two South Atlantic Conference Championships, two NCAA Tournament appearances, 28 consecutive weeks ranked in the the national poll, eight South Atlantic Conference records and 14 school records. The 2011 South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year and National Coach of the Year finalist has also been recognized nationally by Collegeinsider.com and Smallcollegehoops.com as one of the top Division II coaches in the nation. In his 14 years as a college basketball coach, Schertz has had 25 players go on to play professionally.

Dominating Defense In Josh Schertz’s four seasons at LMU, the Railsplitters have led the SAC in field goal percentage defense each year. Nationally, Schertz-coached Railsplitters have ranked in the top-10 every season in field goal percentage defense and have finished second twice.

Home Sweet Home Since his arrival at LMU, Josh Schertz is 54-7 in games played at Tex Turner Arena for a 88.5 winning percentage. Included was a school record 30-game home court winning streak which stretched over 2 years.

First Class Facilities Tex Turner Arena ranks as one of the best basketball facilities in the country at the Division II level. Recent renovations include a state of the art locker room facility, players lounge, and video room.


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ELITE STAFF


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Head Coach Josh Schertz (Entering 5th Season) School Records: Highest Winning Percentage: 27-3; 90% (2010-11)} Three-Winningest Seasons: (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12) Two Longest Winning Streaks: 22 (2010-11), 15 (2011-12) Longest Home Winning Streak: 30 (2010-12) First National Ranking: (2010-11) Highest National Ranking: 1 (2011-12) First Two Trips to NCAA Tournament: (2010-11, 2011-12) First Ever NCAA Tournament Win: (2011-12) Most Postseason Wins: 6 First Regional Ranking: (2009-10) Highest Regional Ranking: 1 (2010-11, 2011-12) Most Conference Wins in a Single Season: 16 (2011-11) School’s First Ever SAC Regular Season Title: (2010-11) School’s First Ever SAC Tournament Championship: (2010-11)


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Head Coach Josh Schertz (Entering 5th Season) Since arriving on the Lincoln Memorial University campus as the 17th head coach of the Railsplitter program, Josh Schertz has engineered one of the more remarkable turnarounds in all of college basketball. Schertz, who was named LMU’s head coach on March 22, 2008, inherited a team that had won only one conference game, a program that had never won 20 games in a season and had posted just seven winning seasons at the NCAA level prior to his arrival. In his first four seasons, he has re-written both the school and South Atlantic Conference record books. He has led LMU to its first two trips to the NCAA Tournament (2011, 2012), its first NCAA Tournament win (2012), and in 2011-12 Railsplitters made history by becoming the first ever South Atlantic Conference program to be ranked No.1 in the nation. More impressively, his overall winning percentage of (73.9%) is the best all-time among South Atlantic Conference coaches, and the 2012-13 Railsplitters will enter the season with a conference record 28 consecutive weeks ranked in the national poll.

Among the school and conference records his teams have set include: overall wins (27), single-season winning percentage (90%), consecutive wins (22), and consecutive conference wins (14). Under his leadership, the 2010-11 Railsplitters won their first ever South Atlantic Conference regular season and tournament titles. Over the last three seasons the Railsplitters have posted a 74-17 record which ranks them at the top of the Southeast Region and among the best nationally in both wins and winning percentage. The Railsplitters are also one of two teams to be ranked in every Southeast Region poll over the last three years. Individual accolades go hand in hand with team success and Schertz and his players have received plenty of individual honors. Since taking the reigns at LMU, two players have been named All-Americans, six players have received First Team All-SAC honors, and five players have been chosen to the All-Freshman team. Schertz has been recognized as well as he was the 2011 South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year, selected as a finalist for the 2011 National Division II Coach of the Year, and was honored as the NABC Coach of the Month for January 2011. His work at LMU has been noticed nationally as Small College Hoops named Schertz the Top Non-Division I Head Coach under 40 years of age, while Collegeinsider.com voted him one of the top 25 Non-Division I Head Coaches in the nation. Schertz’s teams exciting style of play and his commitment to community involvement has led to better than 300% increase in attendance, making Tex Turner Arena into one of the best homecourt atmospheres in Division II basketball. Off the court, the focus on academics by Schertz and his staff have made a huge impact as the 2012 team put together one of the finest fall semesters in school history. In keeping with his players first philosophy, he has helped champion both summer school and a fifth year program for all student-athletes at LMU, which will dramatically improve graduation rates for all sports. Prior to his arrival in Harrogate, Schertz spent 10 seasons as an assistant/associate head coach at four different institutions. He was the Associate Head Coach at High Point University for five seasons as the Panthers went 87-66 and set school records for wins, conference wins, road wins, and highest RPI ranking. During his tenure as recruiting coordinator, two players, Danny Gathings (2004) and Arizona Reid (2007,2008) earned Big South Player of the Year honors a total of three times. While at High Point, Schertz signed some of the best players in school history including 2,000 point scorers Arizona Reid and Nick Barbour along with all-time assist leader Mike Jefferson and all-time shot block leader Cruz Daniels. Schertz came to High Point from Queens University (NC) where he spent two seasons as the associate head coach. The Royals went 49-14 including a school record 29 wins in 2002-03 when they advanced to the Final Four for the only time in school history. While in Charlotte Schertz landed Spencer Ross who was named 2004 National Division II Player of the Year along with 2003 CVAC Freshman of the Year Kendrick Harris. Before joining Queens, Schertz spent two years at Lynn University (FL) serving as the Knights recruiting coordinator. While at Lynn, the Fighting Knights went 37-18, but the five-man recruiting class he signed in 2001 became his lasting legacy as they went on to lead Lynn to a school record 29 wins and a Final Four appearance in 2005. While at Lynn, Schertz signed two players named Sunshine State Conference Freshman of the Year as well as four players who earned 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, a 2000 graduate of Florida Atlantic University, also has a masters in education from Lynn University. He and his wife Natalia have two sons: Jordan and Jaden. They reside in Harrogate, TN.


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide Assistant Coach Chris Cottrell (Entering 5th Season) Chris Cottrell is entering his fifth season as an assistant coach at Lincoln Memorial University and at 27, armed with a plethora of coaching experience and a history of success. The upcoming 2012-13 campaign will mark his tenth year in college coaching at the NCAA Division I and Division II levels. No stranger to success, Cottrell has been integral in rebuilding the Railsplitter program into a consistent, national championship contender while helping the program set numerous South Atlantic Conference and school records including: overall wins (27), single-season winning percentage (90%), consecutive wins (22), and consecutive conference wins (14). Cottrell has been a part of three consecutive 20-win seasons and back to back NCAA Tournament appearances. In 2010-2011, the Railsplitters won their first ever South Atlantic Conference Regular Season and Tournament Championships. With Cottrell’s assistance in 2011-2012, Lincoln Memorial University became the first South Atlantic Conference program to be ranked No. 1 nationally. Last season the men’s basketball program finished with a 26-6 overall record. Entering the 2012-2013 season, the Railsplitters have been ranked nationally for 28 consecutive weeks, while appearing in every Southeast Region poll over the last three seasons. After starting his coaching career at High Point University, Cottrell arrived on LMU’s campus alongside Josh Schertz in March of 2008, and has been involved in every aspect of the program’s incredible turnaround from day one. He primarily assists Schertz with recruiting, academic development, scouting, and players’ individual skill development. Entering his tenth year in association with Coach Schertz, the Schertz-Cottrell duo it seems, is a proven combination for successful player development and winning basketball. In his four years as an assistant coach with the Railsplitters, Cottrell contributed to the development of six First Team All-South Atlantic Conference Performers and two All Americans. Cottrell was instrumental in the development of D’Mario Curry, a three time All South Atlantic Conference selection and the 2011 SAC Tournament Most Valuable Player. Curry is in his second year playing professionally in Europe. Last year, Cottrell provided academic assistance to the men’s basketball student-athletes as they set a program record in overall GPA during both the fall and spring semesters. In the last ten seasons, Cottrell has become accustomed to working on coaching staffs that achieve record breaking success. While at High Point University, Cottrell was a member of a coaching staff that engineered one of the greatest single season turnarounds, in NCAA history. Cottrell was also involved in setting the school’s record for NCAA Division I wins in a single season, with 22 wins, which still stands at High Point University, entering the 2012-2013 season. Cottrell began his career as a student assistant coach at High Point University where he was the Head Student Assistant Coach. In 2007-2008, Cottrell was promoted, becoming High Point University’s first ever Men’s Basketball Graduate Assistant Coach. Among other responsibilities at HPU, Cottrell worked exclusively with players’ individual skill development. He played a vital role in the development of back-to-back Big South Conference Player of the Year, Arizona Reid. Reid is entering his fifth season playing professionally in Europe. Coach Cottrell earned a degree in History, graduating in 2007 from High Point University. He completed his Masters Degree in Sport Management in 2009, also from High Point University. Additionally, Cottrell serves as a professor in Lincoln Memorial University’s Allied School of Health. Cottrell is a native of upstate New York where he attended Queensbury High School and graduated in 2003. He lives in Harrogate.


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide Assistant Coach Cameron Whicker (Entering 2nd Season) Cameron Whicker enters his second season with the Lincoln Memorial University Men’s Basketball Program and first as an Assistant Coach after the Railsplitters finished the 2011-12 season with a 26-6 overall record. Whicker moves up after spending one season as the Graduate Assistant Coach. In his first year with LMU, Whicker’s role in the program included scouting, film exchange, academics and player development. Whicker looks to build on his success this season as he embraces his new role and expands his responsibilities as a full-time member of the coaching staff. “Cam possesses the three things I look for in hiring people: Energy, Intelligence, and Character. He enhanced our staff in a variety of ways last year, and will tackle this expanded role with the focus and commitment necessary to help us get better,” said Head Coach Josh Schertz. A 2011 graduate of High Point University, Whicker earned a degree in Sports Management and served in various capacities with the HPU Men’s Basketball Team which included manager, student assistant coach and video coordinator. In his senior year at HPU, Cameron was a color analyst for the Big South Conference online broadcasts of men’s basketball games. Whicker’s passion for coaching basketball began at an early age when he coached in local recreational leagues and assisted with area AAU teams throughout high school. Whicker also served as a student assistant coach for Hopewell High School which made it to the elite eight in the North Carolina 4-A State Tournament in 2006. Cameron is a native of Huntersville, North Carolina and is a 2007 graduate of Hopewell High School


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide Assistant Coach Dennis Cline (Entering 7th Season) Coach Cline, a 1987 graduate of Lincoln Memorial University, begins his sixth season with the Railsplitter coaching staff. A veteran coach with 23 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 semi-finalists 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 alumni of LMU. Coach Cline has four children, Jedidiah and Levi, who reside in Knoxville, and he, his wife Jean and their children Caitlyn and Caleigh reside in Speedwell.

Graduate Assistant Coach Tony Martin (1st Season) Martin moves into the coaching role after a fouryear career at Lincoln Memorial University, where he laid the foundation for one of the biggest turnarounds in Division II basketball. Tony, a native of Cincinatti, Ohio, helped transcend a program that won only eight games prior to his arrival into a national powerhouse, as the Railsplitters compiled a 87-32 mark in his four seasons. During his last two seasons in which Martin served as a captain, Lincoln Memorial notched a two-year stretch of 53-9. In four years, LMU asserted one of the top homecourt advantages in the country with a 54-7 record within Tex Turner Arena. For his career, Tony finished with 226 rebounds, 196 points, 25 steals and a .496 field-goal percentage. He ranks 14th all-time at Lincoln Memorial University in games played with 105.


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MEET THE RAILSPLITTERS


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #0 Lorenza Ross Personal Hometown: Richmond Hill, Georgia Previous School: Richmond Hill High School Height: 6-2 Weight: 180 Position: Guard Class: Sophomore Major: Business Date of Birth: September 12, 1993 Parent(s): Lorenza and Monica Ross

2011-12: Lorenza Ross was named to the South Atlantic Conference All-Freshman Team at the

conclusion of the 2011-12 season after appearing in 29 games and starting in four of those contests. In his first year at LMU, Ross tallied 4.7 points per game with his best performance of the season coming in the first round of the South Atlantic Conference Tournament, where he recorded a career-high 15 points against Tusculum College. Ross came on strong in the latter of the season, averaging well over 20 minutes per game in the final four contests. He contributed 13 points in the opening round of the Southeast Region Tournament to play a significant role in giving LMU their first NCAA Tournament win in school history. Ross added a 14-point performance in the Railsplitters’ win over regional powerhouse Augusta State on December 19th. He dished out a career-high five assists in the Railsplitters’ triumph over Catawba College on December 3rd. His best rebound total came in that same game as he pulled in four boards against the Indians.

Prep: In Ross’ final season at Richmond Hill High School, he was crowned with Region Player of

the Year and named to the Georgia All-State Team after leading his team to a Region Championship. That season, Lorenza tallied 12.8 points per contest and led the team in assists at 4.4 per game. Ross paired those numbers with 1.9 steals per game to bolster his resume. At the conclusion of his career at Richmond Hill, Ross was a two-time All-Region AAA First Team selection and a two-time Georgia AAA All-State selection.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 15 vs. Tusculum (2/29/12) Assists: 5 vs. Catawba (12/03/11)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #1 Chance Jones

Personal Hometown: Knoxville, Tennessee Previous School: Austin-East High School Height: 6-2 Weight: 200 Position: Guard Class: Junior Major: Kinesiology Date of Birth: January 29, 1991 Parent(s): Angela Jones

2011-12: Chance appeared in 21 games, starting five, during the 2011-12 campaign, tallying 4.5

points per contest. His best outing came in LMU’s win at Brevard College on January 18th, as he recorded 12 points on 3-4 shooting from the field. On February 1st, Jones compiled 10 points, 6 rebounds and an assist in a win over Tusculum. Jones’ best assist total of the season came in LMU’s win over King College in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament, as he dished out four in that game. He scored nine or more points in five of his 21 appearances last season.

2010-11: In his freshman season, Jones appeared in 24 games, starting 11 of those contests, tallying 3.4 points per. Jones ranked second that season in free throw percentage, shooting at an 85% clip for the year. Jones’ best performance of the season came on January 8th, as he notched a career-high 18 points in a win over Newberry. He matched a season-high effort with five rebounds in that game. He dished out three assists on two different occasions. Of his 24 appearances, Jones compiled 15 or more minutes played on ten different occasions.

Prep: Chance spent 2009-10 at Bridgeton Academy, where he averaged 16 points and five rebounds

per contest. Upon his arrival at Austin-East High School, Jones jumped to 21 points and six boards per game, earning First Team All-State distinctions for his efforts. He was also named the MVP of the Rumble on the Ridge and the MVP of the District Tournament. His prep resume was rounded out by a selection to the All-Region Team as well as the 2009 Knoxville Prep Extra Team.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 18 vs. Newberry (1/8/11) Rebounds: 5 vs. Newberry (1/8/11) Assists: 3 (2 times; latest 1/8/11)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #11 CJ Wakeley

Personal Hometown: Alachua, Florida Previous School: Santa Fe High School Height: 5-11 Weight: 175 Position: Guard Class: Sophomore Major: Business Date of Birth: June 11, 1993 Parent(s): Charles and Wanza Wakeley

2011-12: In his first season at Lincoln Memorial, CJ made a splash, appearing in 27 games and

starting six of those affairs. Wakeley finished the season averaging 3.3 points per game. He came on strong late in the season, tallying double-figures in three of the final seven games of the season, highlighted by his 15-point performance in a win over Tusculum in the opening round of the South Atlantic Conference Tournament. Wakeley compiled 10 points in a win over Lenoir-Rhyne (2/25) and notched 13 points against Anderson (2/18). He notched a career-high five rebounds in LMU’s win over OSU-Mansfield (11/25) and recording a career-high six assists against Lenoir-Rhyne (2/25). He finished the season with a 36% mark from the field and a 71% number from the charity stripe.

Prep: During his stead at Santa Fe High School, Wakeley accrued a significant number of acco-

lades, highlighted by him being named First Team All-State after leading his team to a 19-10 mark. Along with that, he was named the Gainesville Sun Player of the Year, as well as the Florida Athletic Coaches Association Class 3A North Central Player of the Year in his junior and senior seasons. He finished his senior campaign with a scoring average of 29 per game and an assist average of 3.8 per game. Wakeley added 2.4 steals per game and scored 40+ points on three separate occasions. He ranked among the scoring leaders throughout the entire state of Florida. CJ completed his career with over 1,900 points at Santa Fe High School.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 15 vs. Tusculum (2/29/12) Assists: 6 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (2/25/12)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #14 Dustin Craig

Personal Hometown: Knoxville, Tennessee Previous School: Bearden High School Height: 6-6 Weight: 225 Position: Forward Class: Senior Major: Kinesiology Date of Birth: July 8, 1990 Parent(s): Dean and Lisha Craig

2011-12: In his junior campaign, Craig appeared in all 32 games, starting in four of those contests. He concluded the season with a mark of 4.8 points and 3 rebounds per game, while shooting 70% from the field. In total, he pulled in 96 boards, blocked ten shots and dished out 14 assists. He scored double-figures on three occasions, highlighted by his 13 points in a win over Union (11/17). Craig notched 11 points in a season-opening win over Erskine (11/11). He grabbed a season-high 10 boards, with five offensive rebounds, against Hiwassee (11/26). Craig recorded at least one block in seven games.

2010-11: Craig appeared in seven games and started one before suffering a season-ending knee in-

jury. Prior to his injury, Dustin was averaging 1.9 points and 1.7 rebounds per contest. His best game of the season came in a LMU win over Truett-McConnell (11/13), as he tallied eight points and five rebounds.

2009-10: In his first year at LMU, Craig appeared in 16 games, notching 97 minutes of playing

time. Craig finished the season averaging 1.2 points and 1.2 rebounds per game,. His best game of that season came on February 1st, as he recorded six points and five rebounds against Wingate. He made his defensive presence felt that season as he notched three blocks on two different occasions.

Prep: In his senior season at Bearden High School, Craig helped lead his team to a 35-3 record,

tallying 10.1 points and 5.3 rebounds per game, while compiling 66 blocks on the year. He was named First Team All District and Second Team All-KIL along with garnering All-Tournament Team laurels at the Super 16. Off the court, Craig was a four-year Honor Student.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 13 vs. Union (11/17/11) Rebounds: 10 vs. Hiwassee (11/26/11) Blocks: 3 (2 times; latest 2/1/10)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #21 Cam Carden

Personal Hometown: Clearwater, Florida Previous School: Stetson University Height: 6-2 Weight: 205 Position: Guard Class: Senior Major: Kinesiology Date of Birth: May 30, 1989 Parent(s): Allen and Tammy Carden

2011-12: In his junior season at LMU, Carden appeared in 31 games, starting 23 of those contests. Carden finished second on

the team in minutes played with 858 total, averaging out to 27.7 per game. He notched 8.8 points and dished out 2.4 assists per contest. Carden led the team with 63 made three-pointers, notching that figure on 39% shooting. He also recorded 75 assists with only 29 turnovers. In 31 games, Carden scored double-figures on 14 occasions, highlighted by his 20 points on 8-9 shooting in a win over Ohio Mid-Western (12/7). Carden went 6-10 from the field to record 16 points in a win over Augusta State (12/19). He drained a season-high five three-pointers against Newberry (1/7). At King College (12/17), he a career-high seven rebounds. He matched his career-high in assists with eight in a win over Mars Hill (2/8). Carden made multiple three-point field goals in 22 contests.

2010-11: During his sophomore campaign, Carden appeared in all 30 games, starting 25. That season, Carden averaged 10.3

points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game, while leading the squad in steals (46), three-point field goals (74) and three-point percentage (43%). Carden also compiled a 46% mark from the field and an 80% number from the charity stripe. He attained double-figure scoring in 15 games, highlighted by a career-high 26 points on 7-8 shooting against Tusculum (2/2). He matched his career-high in assists with eight against Carson-Newman (1/26) and Mars Hill (1/13). He notched a career-high five steals against Hiwassee (11/27).

2009-10: In his first season at LMU, Carden appeared in 28 games with four starts to his credit. He averaged an even seven

points per game while pulling in 1.3 rebounds and handing out 1.6 assists per game. He notched a three-point percentage of 40% and an 86.4% percent mark from the free throw line. His best performance of the season came with his 23-point outburst against Mars Hill (3/3), notched on 6-11 shooting from beyond the arc. Carden capped the season with six double-digit scoring performances.

2008-09: Carden attended Stetson University where he was redshirted. Prep: Carden averaged 15.9 points, 6.9 assists and 2.9 steals per game during his prep career. He tallied marks of 40% from the

field and 38% from beyond the arc. At the completion of his career, Carden was Pinellas Park High’s all-time leading scorerr with 1, 706 career points highlighted by 369 career treys. He was a four-time All-Pinellas Country Athletic Conference honoree, a First Team All-District selection, All-Area, All-State Honorable Mention and Pinellas Country Player of the Year.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 26 vs. Tusculum (2/2/11) 3PFGM: 7 vs. Tusculum (2/2/11) Rebounds: 7 vs. King (12/17/11) Steals: 5 vs. Hiwassee (11/27/10) Assists: 8 (Three times; lastest 2/8/12)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #23 Wally Jones Personal Hometown: Greensboro, North Carolina Previous School: Ragsdale High School Height: 6-2 Weight: 190 Position: Guard Class: Senior Major: Criminal Justice Date of Birth: August 1, 1991 Parent(s): Wally and Pam Jones

2011-12: In his junior season, Wally Jones appeared in 30 of a possible 32 games, making starts in nine of those

contests. For the season, Jones averaged 7.1 points and 2.4 boards per game, while dishing out a total of 45 assists and recording 21 steals. Jones tallied marks of 45% shooting from the floor and 38% shooting from the three-point line. He finished as one of the better shooters on the team from the charity strip with a 74% clip. In 30 appearances, Jones notched double-figure scoring in nine games, highlighted by a season-high 19 points in LMU’s win over Newberry (2/11). He also tallied 17 points in a win over Mars Hill (1/11). He notched five assists against Newberry (2/11) and grabbed six rebounds on two occasions (Erskine 11/11 and Hiwassee 11/26).

2010-11: In his second season at LMU, Jones notched 24 appearances, six starts and 270 minutes played for

an average clip of 11.3 per game. He averaged 3.4 points, 1.1 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game. His best game of the season came in a win over Union (11/26), as he tallied eight points on 3-3 shooting from the field. He added five points and five rebounds in a win over Lees-McRae (1/3). For the season, Jones carried a 1.2 assist/turnover ratio.

2009-10: Making his debut for the Railsplitters, Jones opened his freshman campaign by appearing in 24 games and making seven starts. For the season, he recorded marks of 6.1 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game. He was among the top in the conference that season, shooting 45% from the three-point line, making 27 of his 60 attempts. He added to that figure by shooting 71% from the charity. Jones tallied double-figures in four of his first six games at LMU, highlighted by a career-high 27 points on 7-9 shooting from beyond the arc in a win over Concord (11/21). He tallied 16 points against Temple Baptist (12/1) and paired that effort with a season-high seven boards.

Prep: Wally capped his senior season at Ragsdale High School by averaging 17.2 points per contest to lead his

team to a 27-2 mark. For his career, Jones notched well over 1,000 points. As a senior, he made 67 three-pointers on 38% shooting. He was crowned with High Point Enterprise All-Area First Team honors in two-consecutive seasons.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 27 vs. Concord (11/21/09) Rebounds: 7 vs. Temple Baptist (12/1/09) 3PFGM: 7 vs. Concord (11/21/09)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #25 Vincent Bailey Personal Hometown: Jennings, Flordia Previous School: Centennial High School Height: 6-6 Weight: 245 Position: Forward Class: Junior Major: Kinesioloty Date of Birth: September 27, 1991 Parent(s): Vincent and Princess Bailey

2011-12: In his second season at Lincoln Memorial, Vincent Bailey earned All-South Atlantic Conference Second Team honors after leading the Railsplitters in scoring (10.9) and finishing second on the team in rebounding (6.3). Bailey appeared in all 32 games, starting 17, finishing with 566 minutes played. He also led the Railsplitters with a 62.3% mark from the field. He capped his resume with 25 total blocks. Bailey scored double-figures in 21 of his 32 games, tallying greater than 15 points on seven occasions. He recorded a career-high 24 points on 12-14 shooting from the field with 11 boards in a win over OSU-Mansfield (11/25). He also notched 20 points on 7-10 shooting in LMU’s win over Catawba (2/4). Bailey tallied four double-doubles on the year. He grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds against King in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (3/10).

2010-11: Vincent left his mark on the conference in his first season for the Railsplitters, as he

earned SAC All-Freshman Team distinctions for his efforts in the 2010-11 season. He appeared in 24 games and started eight of those affairs. Bailey averaged 5.3 points and 3.4 rebounds per game while shooting 52.9% from the field. He topped double-figure scoring on six different occasions, highlighted by his 15-point, 11-rebound performance in a win over Mars Hill (1/13). He added a pair of 12-point performances in wins over King (11/23) and Wingate (1/29).

Prep: Bailey played a pivotal role in leading his team to a 20-10 record and a berth into the Georgia

State Tournament during his senior season. His accolades from that season include Roundball Classic All-Tournament Team, First Team All-Region and First Team All-North Fulton County. He tallied 16 points, ten boards, two assists and two blocks per game. He as named to the Florida All-State Team as a junior while competing for Hamilton High School.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 24 vs. OSU-Mansfield (11/25/11) Rebounds: 12 vs. King (3/10/12)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #30 Jairocey Simpson Personal Hometown: Detroit, Michigan Previous School: Pratt Community College Height: 6-8 Weight: 280 Position: Forward Class: Senior Major: Kinesiology Date of Birth: February 24, 1986 Parent(s): Lolita Johnson and Jairocey Simpson Sr.

2011-12: In his first season competing for the Railsplitters, Jairocey appeared in seven games,

averaging 2.1 points per appearance. His best game of the season came against Mars Hill (1/11), as he tallied nine points in only six minutes of action. He also pulled down a career-high five rebounds in that game. Simpson notched four points on 2-2 shooting in LMU’s win over Catawba (2/4).

2006-07: Prior to his arrival at LMU, Jairocey put his talent on display at Pratt Community Col-

lege, where he was ranked as one of the top 100 junior college prospects by JUCO Junction. That season, Simpson tallied 15.4 points and 7.1 rebounds en route to garnering All-Jayhawk and All-Region laurels.

Prep: While competing at Inkster High School, Jairocey averaged 19 points and nine rebounds per contest during his senior season.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 9 vs. Mars Hill (1/11/12) Rebounds: 5 vs. Mars Hill (1/11/12)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #31 Keenan Peterson Personal Hometown: College Park, Georgia Previous School: Banneker High School Height: 6-10 Weight: 240 Position: Forward Class: Sophomore Major: Business Date of Birth: October 9, 1991 Parent(s): Howard Peterson and Kelli Pace

2011-12: Following his redshirt season, Keenan Peterson made his Lincoln Memorial debut by

appearing in 13 games, tallying more that ten minutes of playing time on three occasions. For the season, Peterson recorded 2.6 points and 3.4 per game. His season was highlighted by a six-point, sixrebound performance in LMU’s win over OSU-Mansfield (11/25). He matched that six-point effort in a win over Ohio Midwestern (12/7). He grabbed a career-high eight rebounds in a win over Brevard (1/18). In total, he picked up 44 boards, one block and three steals on the season.

2010-11: Lincoln Memorial University Redshirt Prep: As a senior at Banneker High School, Peterson helped lead his team to a 20-9 record, as they

advanced to the second round of the Georgia State Tournament, losing to eventual 4A champs Miller Grove. In total, Peterson notched 12 points, ten rebounds and 1.5 blocks per contest.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 6 (Two Times; latest 12/7/12) Rebounds: 8 vs. Brevard (1/18/12)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide #33 Jake Troyli Personal Hometown: Largo, Florida Previous School: Presbyterian College Height: 6-10 Weight: 225 Position: Forward Class: Senior Major: Art Date of Birth: August 29, 1990 Parent(s): Ka-Rim Troyli

2011-12: In his first season at LMU, Jake Troyli appeared in all 32 games, making the start in 15 of those contests.

Troyli made a splash in his debut, tallying 9.6 points and 3.9 rebounds per game while shooting 48.2% from the field. Troyli also fired at a 40% clip from beyond the arc. Jake tallied double-figure scoring in 16 games, highlighted by a 26-point outburst in a win over Mars Hill (1/11). He also matched a career-high with nine rebounds in that game. Troyli notched 21 points on 3-3 shooting from behind the three-point line in a win over Catawba (12/3). He recorded 18 points on 6-6 shooting from the field in a huge win over Newberry (2/11). He pulled in nine rebounds against Erskine in the season opener (11/11). He also led the team from the free throw line, shooting at a 82.8% clip.

2010-11: Competing as a sophomore at Presbyterian College, Troyli appeared in all 30 games, starting 25 of them. He finished second on the team in scoring and rebounding, notching 324 points and 124 rebounds on the season. Troyli also led the team in blocks that season. In conference play, Troyli increased his level of play, as he average 12 points and 4.7 rebounds in league draws. He scored a season-high 24 points in wins over High Point University and Winthrop University. His best rebound total came against Eastern Kentucky, as he tallied ten in that contest.

2009-10: In his debut at Presbyterian College, Troyli played in all 31 games, making the start in 30 of those. Jake

finished second on the team in scoring (12.4) and led the team in rebounding (5.2), while establishing the PC Divison I record for mot consecutive games in double-figures to start a career with seven. He notched double-digits in 22 games, highlighted by a scoring ten points against Clemson. He accounted for 15 points at Furman and at Illinois. He boasted strong performances against Montreat (22 points, eight rebounds), at Bradley (19 points), at Florida (14 points), against Charleston Southern (14 points), against VMI (16 points, 13 rebounds), against Gardner-Webb (18 points, nine boards) and at Liberty (20 points).

2008-09: Presbyterian College Redshirt Prep: Troyli competed for Allen Carden at Pinellas Park High School, where he was a North District All-Star, a First

Team All-District selection, a Second Team All-State honoree and a First Team All-Suncoast selection. He earned a

spot of the Pinellas County All-Star squad after averaging 15 points, nine rebounds and 3.5 blocks.

Career Highs Entering the 2012-13 Season Points: 26 vs. Mars Hill (1/11/12) Rebounds: 9 vs. Mars Hill (1/11/12)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide

THE NEWCOMERS


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide Personal

#3 Tim Pierce

Hometown: Albany, Georgia Previous School: Albany High School Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 Position: Guard Class: Freshman Major: Wildlife Fisheries Date of Birth: November 5, 1993 Parent(s): Patrick Pierce

Prep: Pierce ended his prep career by being named the Albany Herald Player of the Year after averaging 19 points, 7.6 boards and 5.1 assists per contest. He was a three-time First Team All-Region selection as well as a First Team All-State honoree in 2011 and 2012. In 2012, Pierce was named the Region Player of the Year while leading his team to the most wins in school history and an Elite 8 appearance in the Class AA State Playoffs. He finished his career with 1,422 points to rank third in school history.

Personal

#5 Curtis Webb

Hometown: Spartanburg, South Carolina Previous School: Dorman High School Height: 6-3 Weight: 190 Position: Guard Class: Freshman Major: Business Date of Birth: November 10, 1994 Parent(s): Daisy Webb

Prep: Curtis Webb concluded his prep career at Dorman High School with a vast number of

honors to his credit, including Spartanburg Herald Player of the Year in 2012. That same year, Webb was crowned as the Region Player of the Year. Webb was an All-State selection in 2011 and made the jump to First Team All-State in 2012. For his career, he tallied better than 1,100 points while being voted team MVP in 2011 and 2012. Webb also competed in the North-South All-Star Game and the FCA All-Star Game.


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide Personal

#15 Tristan Hicks

Hometown: Louisville, Kentucky Previous School: New Creations Academy Height: 6-2 Weight: 180 Position: Guard Class: Redshirt Freshman Major: Physical Education Date of Birth: July 5, 1992 Parent(s): Nikki and Charles Bland, Billy Hicks

2011-12: Lincoln Memorial University Redshirt Prep: In his final season at New Creations Academy, Tristan tallied 25 points, six rebounds and

four assists per contest en route to garnering Class 1A MVP honors. For his career, he recorded well over 1,000 points. He also has an Honorable Mention All-State selection to his credit.

Personal

#20 Curtis McMillion

Hometown: Fayetteville, North Carolina Previous School: Trinity Christian High School Height: 6-6 Weight: 190 Position: Forward Class: Redshirt Freshman Major: Kinesiology Date of Birth: September 7, 1992 Parent(s): Henrietta Jackson and Curtis McMillion

2011-12: Lincoln Memorial University Redshirt Prep: As a senior at Trinity Christian High School, McMillion helped lead his team to the 1A

NCISSA Championship, averaging 10 points and 10 rebounds per game. For his efforts, Curtis garnered NCISSA All-Conference and All-Tournament Team distinctions.


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide Personal

#22 Paul Woodson

Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio Previous School: Aiken Technical High School Height: 6-7 Weight: 185 Position: Forward Class: Freshman Major: Wildlife Fisheries Date of Birth: March 17, 1994 Parent(s): Paul and Kathy Woodson

Prep: As a senior at Aiken Technical High School, Paul tallied 13.5 points, 13.9 rebounds and 1.8

blocks per game. He was rated as the fourth-best power forward in Ohio by Buckeye Prep Report while Triple Double Prospects knotted him as the sixth-best at his position in the state. In 2012, Woodson was named team MVP and earned Second Team All-CMAC distinctions. CincyPrepHoops. com ranke Woodson as the top at his position in Cincinnati as he recorded 25 double-doubles as a senior.

Personal

#32 Luquon Choice

Hometown: Laurens, South Carolina Previous School: Laurens High School Height: 6-3 Weight: 215 Position: Guard Class: Freshman Major: Business Management Date of Birth: October 25, 1993 Parent(s): Ollie and Audrey Patterson

Prep: After four stellar years at Laurens District High School, Choice will join Lincoln Memorial

to continue his basketball career. Luquon was tabbed as one of the top 5A senior players in the state by the Carolina Basketball Association as well as being named to the 2011-12 All-State Team. At the conclusion of his senior season, Choice represented South Carolina in the Carolinas All-Star Basketball Classic, where he tallied ten points against top-level talent.


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide Personal

#10 Hunter Spaw

Hometown: Bean Station, Tennessee Previous School: Grainger High School Height: 6-0 Weight: 175 Position: Guard Class: Freshman Major: Physical Therapy Date of Birth: 3/8/94 Parent(s): Hope Spaw

Prep: Coming to Lincoln Memorial University from Grainger County High School, Spaw brings a sharpshooting prowess, as he set a school record for most three-pointers in a season with 99 during his senior campaign. At the conclusion of the season, Spaw tallied a 40% clip from beyond the arc.

Personal

#35 Ray Mobley

Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia Previous School: South Gwinnett High School Height: 6-2 Weight: 175 Position: Guard Class: Freshman Major: Chemistry Date of Birth: September 23rd, 1993 Parent(s): Gail and Raymond Mobley

Prep: As a scoring guard out of South Gwinnett High School, Ray Mobley provides a deep-shoot-

ing threat that made him one of the top scorers in the area. During his junior season, Mobley led his team in scoring at 15 points per contest. He also tallied the single-game record for points in game with 37 during that season.


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide LMU Railsplitter Basketball Lincoln Memorial Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 26, 2012) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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25 20 33 32 21 23 03 14 00 01 11 44 31 30 04

Player

HOME 16-2 7-2 9-0

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

gp-gs

Bailey,Vincent Johnson,Desmond Troyli,Jake Armstrong,Brandon Carden,Cam Jones,Wally Allen,Justin Craig,Dustin Ross,Lorenza Jones,Chance Wakeley,CJ Martin,Tony Peterson,Keenan Simpson,Jairocey x-Jones,Chase Team Total.......... Opponents......

OVERALL 26-6 14-4 12-2

32-17 32-27 32-15 30-29 31-23 30-9 23-20 32-4 29-4 21-5 27-6 26-1 13-0 7-0 5-0

566 780 611 977 858 525 510 333 433 247 319 172 93 24 27

32 32

6475 6475

17.7 24.4 19.1 32.6 27.7 17.5 22.2 10.4 14.9 11.8 11.8 6.6 7.2 3.4 5.4

149-239 118-198 110-228 92-212 94-240 77-171 52-101 62-89 56-132 32-65 29-80 20-39 15-26 7-10 6-11

.623 .596 .482 .434 .392 .450 .515 .697 .424 .492 .363 .513 .577 .700 .545

0-0 6-12 16-40 52-129 63-160 31-81 2-5 0-0 6-19 11-30 7-30 3-5 1-3 0-0 0-0

.000 .500 .400 .403 .394 .383 .400 .000 .316 .367 .233 .600 .333 .000 .000

AWAY 9-3 7-2 2-1

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

52-87 94-139 72-87 62-67 22-31 28-38 52-80 29-64 19-37 20-29 25-35 22-31 3-4 1-4 2-4

.598 .676 .828 .925 .710 .737 .650 .453 .514 .690 .714 .710 .750 .250 .500

off

67 63 39 21 7 19 26 42 5 14 12 18 10 4 3 53 919-1841 .499 198-514 .385 503-737 .682 403 671-1774 .378 170-541 .314 482-671 .718 302

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

Rebounds def tot avg

135 157 86 92 66 53 45 54 28 23 22 46 34 2 2 55 900 670

202 220 125 113 73 72 71 96 33 37 34 64 44 6 5 108 1303 972

6.3 6.9 3.9 3.8 2.4 2.4 3.1 3.0 1.1 1.8 1.3 2.5 3.4 0.9 1.0

pf dq

81 84 55 60 44 49 41 49 36 35 44 28 20 8 2

40.7 636 30.4 625

a

1 22 1 43 0 27 1 110 1 75 0 45 0 59 0 14 0 44 0 19 1 39 1 4 0 3 0 0 0 3

to blk stl

54 83 42 46 29 40 34 18 43 19 24 14 6 4 2 2 6 507 460 - 279 440

25 14 14 4 2 7 7 10 2 8 1 3 1 2 0

5 27 19 40 30 21 18 9 11 9 10 2 3 1 1

pts

avg

350 336 308 298 273 213 158 153 137 95 90 65 34 15 14

10.9 10.5 9.6 9.9 8.8 7.1 6.9 4.8 4.7 4.5 3.3 2.5 2.6 2.1 2.8

100 206 2539 94 180 1994

79.3 62.3

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

LMU 2539 79.3 +17.0 919-1841 .499 198-514 .385 6.2 503-737 .682 15.7 1303 40.7 +10.3 507 15.8 460 14.4 -0.6 1.1 206 6.4 100 3.1 17315 18-962 -

1st 2nd 1262 1257 882 1087

OT 20 25

OPP 1994 62.3 671-1774 .378 170-541 .314 5.3 482-671 .718 15.1 972 30.4 279 8.7 440 13.8 0.6 180 5.6 94 2.9 9438 12-694 2-552 Totals 2539 1994

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Date 11/11/11 11/12/11 11/17/11 11/19/11 11/25/11 11/26/11 11/30/11 12/03/11 12/07/11 12/10/11 12/17/11 12/19/11 01/04/12 01/07/12 01/11/12 01/14/12 01/18/12 01/21/12 01/25/12 01/28/12 02/01/12 02/04/12 02/08/12 02/11/12 02/15/12 02/18/12 02/22/12 02/25/12 02/29/12 03/03/12 03/10/12 03/11/12

Opponent ERSKINE KING UNION (KY.) at Lees-McRae OSU-MANSFIELD HIWASSEE WINGATE at Catawba OHIO MIDWESTERN GLENVILLE STATE at King AUGUSTA STATE TUSCULUM NEWBERRY MARS HILL at Anderson at Brevard LENOIR-RHYNE CARSON-NEWMAN at Wingate at Tusculum CATAWBA at Mars Hill at Newberry BREVARD ANDERSON at Carson-Newman at Lenoir-Rhyne TUSCULUM vs Wingate vs King at Montevallo

* = South Atlantic Conference game % = SAC/Conference Carolinas Challenge & = DeBusk-Burchett Hoops Classic

Wot W W W W W W W W W W W W W W Lot W W L W W W W W W L L W W Lot W L

Score 71-66 75-69 91-65 86-54 112-37 101-52 65-61 73-54 104-47 87-47 77-75 73-57 80-66 92-76 131-96 72-78 84-43 82-63 61-64 62-58 65-58 98-71 91-66 84-82 69-58 61-62 69-77 64-49 72-58 60-64 67-60 60-61

Att. 850 675 495 281 360 149 852 362 285 587 250 870 810 1097 875 1123 523 2191 2520 726 508 1069 340 468 945 2225 1001 1020 460 633 472 1731


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide All-Time Results (1990-Present)

1990-91 (5-22)

1992-93 (17-9)

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

< vs. Davis & Elkins W 79-61 < at Concord L 80-83 at Kennesaw State W 77-75 Bluefield State L 75-77 Spalding W 71-69 Kennesaw State W 77-70 Concord W 78-44 Tusculum W 79-71 at Carson-Newman L 56-77 at Auburn L 51-77 ? vs. Dist. of Columbia W 72-55 ? Lock Haven W 61-41 > vs. Erskine W 87-66 > vs. Eckerd W 71-61 at Queens L 54-66 at Erskine L 61-79 Carson-Newman W 68-48 Ala.-Huntsville W 71-70 Limestone W 64-61 Central State (OH) W 79-64 at Bluefield State L 66-77 at Central State (OH) L 57-78 Erskine W 76-50 at Ala.-Huntsville W 72-70 at Limestone L 65-75 Milligan W 72-65 < Concord Tournament ? LMU Holiday Tournament > QueensTournament

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

> vs. Quincy L 83-92 > vs. Ferris State L 80-90 < King W 86-64 < Lee W 92-54 Milligan W 89-68 * Delta State W 68-52 Carson-Newman W 74-53 at Knoxville (OT) W 76-66 King W 87-61 ? Wingate W 73-45 ? Lenoir-Rhyne W 77-63 * at Mississippi Coll. L 48-68 * at Delta State L 44-62 * Mississippi Coll. W 92-85 * at North Alabama L 64-76 * at Ala.-Huntsville W 69-65 Limestone W 85-51 at Carson-Newman L 46-64 * 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

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.

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

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

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


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide All-Time Results (1990-Present)

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

Longwood W 81-66 Carson-Newman W 82-64 ? vs. Washburn L 77-88 ? at Florida Tech L 91-97 at Tusculum L 66-87 USC-Spartanburg W 75-63 UVA-Wise W 91-77 at KY Wesleyan L 73-81 at Carson-Newman W 76-65 at Ashland L 64-88 * at Valdosta St. (OT) W 73-72 * at West Georgia L 73-79 * Montevallo W 87-81 * West Florida (OT) L 89-90 * at North Alabama L 76-79 * at West Alabama L 63-80 * Ala.-Huntsville W 69-61 Tusculum W 62-51 * West Georgia L 73-90 * Valdosta State W 77-63 * at Montevallo L 78-86 * at West Florida L 62-86 * North Alabama W 74-71 * West Alabama W 81-68 * at Ala.-Huntsville L 69-84 ? Florida Tech Tournament

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. Joseph’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

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

* 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

L L L W L W W L W L

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 L 59-72 Concord W 71-51 ? at Arkansas Tech L 61-66 ? vs. Central Ark. (OT) W 79-76 Carson-Newman W 83-52 * at West Alabama L 63-70 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 L at Ashland W Lee W at Florida Tech W Hillsdale L at Carson-Newman L Cumberland (KY) L vs. Central Arkansas L Carson-Newman (OT) W < vs. St. Joseph’s (IN) L < vs. Slippery Rock W at Cumberland (KY) L at WVU-Tech L * West Alabama (OT) W * Montevallo L * at West Florida L * at Valdosta State L * Ala.-Huntsville L * North Alabama L * at West Georgia L * West Florida L * Valdosta State L * at Montevallo L * at West Alabama L * at Ala.-Huntsville L * at North Alabama L * West Georgia L < Ashland Tournament

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

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 King Brevard Simmons at Brevard at Benedict at King & at UNC-Pembroke & vs. Mt. Olive * at Carson-Newman * Wingate * Tusculum * at Presbyterian * at Newberry (OT) * Lenoir-Rhyne

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

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

* 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

82-62 66-65 86-89 58-61 57-73 67-81 44-59 67-89 120-118 90-93 75-68 90-101

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

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

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

Josh Schertz 2008-present Overall 87-32 (.701) SAC 47-21 (.691) 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

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


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide All-Time Results (1990-Present)

* Carson-Newman W * Newberry L # at Catawba L % Tusculum Tournament

73-70 69-73 78-90

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

Tennessee Temple W 87-65 % Hiwassee W 143-62 % Concord W 92-66 at Lane L 56-73 at Hiwassee W 111-47 Temple Baptist W 98-46 * Carson-Newman W 70-67 at Concord W 89-71 King W 73-66 at W. V. Wesleyan W 67-52 Temple Baptist W 117-58 * at Wingate L 71-86 * at Tusculum W 67-52 * Brevard W 85-70 * Newberry W 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

2010-11 (27-3, 16-2 SAC)

Truett-McConnell W 114-55 at Hiwassee W 103-46 King W 79-63 % Union (Ky.) W 100-65 % Hiwassee W 101-69 at King W 62-57 * at Wingate W 69-52 at Glenville State W 95-76 * Catawba W 96-84 Lees-McRae W 100-62 * at Tusculum W 73-52 * at Newberry W 99-86 * Mars Hill W 105-73 * Anderson W 84-73 * Brevard W 96-82 * at Lenoir-Rhyne W 55-34 * at Carson-Newman W 90-69 * Wingate W 85-67 * Tusculum W 64-47 * at Catawba W 83-75 * at Mars Hill W 71-68 * Newberry W 84-72 * at Brevard L 77-82 * at Anderson L 79-90 * Carson-Newman W 83-78 * Lenoir-Rhyne L 65-47 # Carson-Newman W 74-57 # vs. Tusculum W 62-56 # vs. Wingate W 68-58 ! vs. Anderson L 86-91 % DeBusk/Burchett Holiday Classic

2011-12 (26-6, 16-2 SAC)

at Tennessee Erskine King Union (Ky.) at Lees-McRae OSU-Mansfield Hiwassee * Wingate * at Catawba Ohio Mid-Western Glenville State King Augusta State * Tusculum * Newberry * Mars Hill * at Anderson * at Brevard * Lenoir-Rhyne * Carson-Newman * at Wingate * at Tusculum * Catawba * at Mars Hill * at Newberry * Brevard * Anderson * at Carson-Newman * at Lenoir-Rhyne # Tusculum # Wingate ! King ! Montevallo

L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L W W` W W W W L L W W L W L

67-76 71-66 75-69 91-65 86-54 112-37 101-52 65-61 73-54 104-47 87-47 77-75 73-57 80-66 92-76 131-96 72-78 84-43 82-63 61-64 62-58 65-58 98-71 91-66 84-82 69-58 61-62 69-77 64-49 72-58 60-64 67-60 60-61

Coaching History Rollin Garrett

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

Rick Byrd 1983-86 Overall 69-28 (.711) VSAC 32-4 (.889)

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

Roy Bowen 1946-48 Overall 33-14 (.702) SMAC 15-5 (.750)

Phil Cox 1986-91 Overall 84-60 (.583) TVAC 28-2 (.933)

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

Dean Bailey 1948-1975 Overall 338-326 (.509) SMAC (.) VSAC: (.)

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

1923-27 Overall 18-17 (.514)

Jack Bowling 1937-42 Overall 63-34 (.650) SMAC 42-16 (.724) Ray Green 1942-44 Overall 26-12 (.684)

Jack Jackson 1975-78 Overall 78-21 (.788) VSAC 27-3 (.900) L. J. Kilby 1978-83 Overall 81-68 (.543) VSAC 33-23 (.589)

Craig Rasmuson 1994-99 Overall 66-66 (.500) GSC 32-38 (.329) Jeff Tungate 1999-2004 Overall 60-74 (.448) GSC 26-44 (.371)

Hugh Watson 2004-08 Overall 33-76 (.301) GSC 6-20 (.300) SAC 8-22 (.267) Josh Schertz 2008-present Overall 87-32 (.701) SAC 47-21 (.691)


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide 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 Augusta State Austin Peay Bellarmine Belmont Benedict Berea Berry Bethel Birmingham Southern Bluefield (VA) Bluefield State (WV) Bob Jones 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)

14 21 2 0 1 0 1 5 4 4 0 1 0 1 3 4 1 1 2 8 1 3 0 1 1 0 11 15 0 2 9 9 1 1 9 8 1 1 4 6 0 2 5 1 6 5 First Meeting 2 0 9 3 5 1 18 6 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 93 97 10 10 0 1 1 2 1 1 5 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 4 5 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 5 6 4 0 20 30 14 3 11 13 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 18 40 3 2 1 0 1 0 1 2 52 19 1 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 4 5 28

Georgia Coll. & St. 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 Mid-Western Ohio State-Mansfield Ohio State-Newark Ohio Valley Pfeiffer Piedmont Pikeville Presbyterian Puerto Rico-Bayamon Puerto Rico-Cayey Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras Queens Quincy

0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 22 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 6 13 0 2 0 2 1 0 6 64 25 8 3 1 0 1 1 24 11 4 0 0 1 3 3 7 8 1 0 5 5 2 1 0 1 1 0 3 1 22 9 0 2 0 1 44 26 1 0 7 10 0 1 93 55 1 3 10 13 1 2 0 1 1 2 1 0 8 5 7 17 2 3 1 2 0 3 1 0 0 1 5 5 5 2 0 1 1 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 3 0 15 8 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 2

Radford Rio Grande (OH) Roanoke Rockhurst Saginaw Valley State Saint Joseph’s (IN) Saint Mary’s (KY) Saint Michael’s Shaw Shippensburg Simmons Bible Slippery Rock USC-Upstate Southern Tech Southwest Baptist Spalding Steed (TN) Stetson Sue Bennett Tampa Tennessee Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech Tennessee Temple Tennessee Wesleyan Thomas More Tiffin Towson State Transylvania Trevecca-Nazarene Trinity Christian (IL) Troy State Truett-McConnell Tusculum Union (KY) Union (TN) Urbana (IL) Valdosta State VA Intermont VA-Wise Virginia Union Warner Southern Washburn Webber College West Alabama West Florida West Georgia West Liberty State West Virginia State West Virginia Tech West Virginia Wesleyan Western Carolina Wilberforce Wingate Wofford

2 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 4 4 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 10 1 0 1 0 17 0 7 2 3 7 9 63 49 2 0 3 2 1 0 5 10 2 9 0 1 1 1 1 0 119 42 47 53 2 7 1 0 13 14 2 0 8 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 13 11 10 14 8 22 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 2 2 2 1 8 8 0 1

* - Includes V-12 and V-5 Naval Teams Bold indicates 2012-13 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.


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide Railsplitter Career Records (1983-Present)

Pos. Name 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 21.

Points

Nick Sanford Keith Beck Don Burton Doug Potter Brownell Bryant Darrell Cox Rick Trivett Andrew Lewis Craig Zeigler Steve Marsee Desmond Johnson Lawrence Buell Roger Lundy Terry Cain D’Mario Curry Jimmy Miller Bill Cain Danny Gibbs Kenny Jones Brandon Armstrong Charles Slappey

Seasons (1986-90) (1982-86) (1954-58) (1973-76) (1944-49) (1985-89) (1967-71) (1978-82) (1998-02) (1977-81) (2008-12) (1986-89) (1956-59) (1970-74) (2008-11) (1997-01) (1992-96) (1969-73) (1975-79) (2008-12) (1976-78)

Field Goals Made

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

Nick Sanford Keith Beck Darrell Cox Craig Zeigler Desmond Johnson Charles Slappey Mark Cartwright Lawrence Buell Jimmy Miller D’Mario Curry

Seasons (1986-90) (1983-86) (1985-89) (1998-02) (2008-12) (1976-78) (1975-77) (1986-89) (1997-01) (2008-11)

Pts.

3629 2526 2032 1797 1779 1753 1730 1708 1662 1501 1433 1395 1372 1363 1354 1341 1262 1225 1140 1140 1124

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

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

Nick Sanford Craig Zeigler Brandon Armstrong Cam Carden Lawrence Buell David Hopper Jamie Shannon Stuart Miller Beau Brown Mike Comparato

Seasons (1986-90) (1998-02) (2008-12) (2009- ) (1986-89) (1989-93) (2001-03) (2008-10) (2006-08) (1998-03)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Free Throws Made

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

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

Seasons (1986-90) (2008-11) (2008-12) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1983-86) (1992-96) (1997-01) (1997-99) (1986-89)

Scoring Average

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

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

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

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

Nick Sanford Keith Beck Darrell Cox Craig Zeigler Bill Cain Jimmy Miller Lawrence Buell Kenny Jones Desmond Johnson Brandon Armstrong

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

Seasons (1986-90) (1983-86) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1992-96) (1997-01) (1986-89) (1975-78) (2008-12) (2008-12)

Reb.

Pos. Name

Reb.

Pos. Name

1197 1014 828 810 753 750 734 669 615 582

11.9 11.3 11.0 10.8 10.1

FGA

2485 1452 1248 1189 1053 999 969 925 916 898

3-Point Field Goal Attempts

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

Nick Sanford Craig Zeigler Brandon Armstrong David Hopper Cam Carden Jamie Shannon Lawrence Buell Beau Brown Stuart Miller Gary Barnes

Seasons (1986-90) (1998-02) (2008-12) (1989-93) (2009- ) (2001-03) (1986-89) (2006-08) (2008-10) (1993-95)

Free Throw Attempts

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

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

Avg.

31.0 20.9 19.5 18.8 18.1 17.8 17.1 16.9 16.6 16.4

(1982-86) (1975-78) (2008-12) (1986-90) (2008-11) (1976-78) (1985-89) (1986-89) (2001-03) (1985-89)

Field Goal Attempts

FTM

734 375 364 361 332 330 323 266 229 223

Charles Slappey Kenny Jones Dwight Windom Howard Jackson Keith Beck

Pos. Name

3-FGM

297 226 196 184 178 168 154 124 116 113

Seasons

Rebound Average

3-Point Field Goals Made

Pos. Name

Keith Beck Kenny Jones Desmond Johnson Nick Sanford D’Mario Curry Charles Slappey Darrell Cox Lawrence Buell Dwight Windom Roderick Robinson

Pos. Name

FGM

1299 817 696 552 528 501 497 497 495 486

Rebounds

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

Seasons (1986-90) (2008-10) (2008-12) (1983-86) (1985-89) (1992-96) (1998-02) (1997-01) (1998-00) (1986-89)

Blocks

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

Seasons (2008-10) (1983-86) (1986-89) (1986-90) (1995-98) (1985-89) (2004-06) (1991-94) (2008-12) (1985-89)

3FGA

707 536 524 455 448 440 416 394 339 332

FTA

849 550 547 520 472 470 445 360 334 327

Blks

195 190 123 104 95 90 80 69 69 58

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

Assists

Seasons

Fred Lee Toby Howell Steve Hampton Nick Sanford Bill Cain Mike Comparato Lawrence Buell Tim Sullivan Brandon Armstrong Roderick Robinson

(1975-77) (1983-85) (1985-89) (1986-90) (1992-96) (1998-03) (1986-89) (1984-87) (2008-12) (1985-89)

Assist Average

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Seasons

Fred Lee Toby Howell Steve Hampton Lawrence Buell Mark Cartwright

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

Ass.

635 625 613 435 405 401 357 342 310 307

Avg.

10.8 9.6 5.2 4.3 3.9

Field Goal Percentage

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

Roderick Robinson D’Mario Curry Mark Cartwright Charles Slappey Desmond Johnson Thomas Harrison Keith Beck Darrell Cox Jerry Burnette Nick Sanford

Seasons FG Pct.

(1985-89) (2008-11) (1975-77) (1976-78) (2008-12) (1987-91) (1983-86) (1985-89) (1983-85) (1986-90)

.603 (389-645) .599 (486-811) .587 (497-847) .580 (501-864) .576 (528-916) .569 (424-745) .563 (817-1452) .558 (696-1248) .528 (378-716) .523 (1299-2485)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Pos. Name 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(minimum 100 made) Seasons FG Pct.

Lawrence Buell Craig Zeigler Nick Sanford Cam Carden Brad Seal Brandon Armstrong David Hopper Mike Comparato Stuart Miller Jamie Shannon

(1986-89) (1998-02) (1986-90) (2009- ) (2001-05) (2008-12) (1989-93) (1998-03) (2008-10) (2001-03)

.428 (178-416) .422 (226-536) .420 (297-707) .411 (184-448) .399 (108-271) .374 (196-524) .369 (168-455) .368 (113-307) .366 (124-339) .350 (154-440)

Free Throw Percentage

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

Nick Sanford Fred Lee Brad Seal Jasper Mallory Brandon Armstrong Darrell Cox Craig Zeigler Jimmy Miller Richard Buckner Kenny Jones

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

Seasons FT Pct. (1986-90) (1975-77) (2001-05) (1997-99) (2008-12) (1985-89) (1998-02) (1997-01) (1992-94) (1975-78)

.865 (734-849) .854 (216-253) .792 (175-221) .774 (229-296) .773 (204-264) .765 (361-472) .746 (332-445) .739 (266-360) .722 (195-270) .697 (184-264)

Steals

Steve Hampton Roderick Robinson Nick Sanford Fred Lee Kenny Jones Keith Beck Bill Cain Tim Sullivan Charles Slappey Brandon Armstrong

Seasons (1985-89) (1985-89) (1986-90) (1975-77) (1975-78) (1983-86) (1992-96) (1984-87) (1976-78) (2008-12)

Steals

252 246 232 217 211 183 168 154 147 145


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide Railsplitter Single-Season Records (1983-Present) Points

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. 9.

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

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

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 Cam Carden Jamie Shannon Lawrence Buell Nick Sanford

Seasons (1990-91) (1988-89) (2006-07) (2001-02) (2002-03) (1989-90) (2010-11) (2001-02) (1986-87) (1987-88)

Gms 3FGM 26 90 30 86 26 85 27 83 29 81 26 77 30 74 23 73 31 72 30 72

Free Throws Made

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

Seasons (1987-88) (1989-90) (1986-87) (1988-89) (2010-11) (1976-77) (2009-10) (1999-00) (1986-87) (1983-84)

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 28 150 35 141 28 136 24 133 31 133 32 126

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.

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

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

Name Nick Sanford Howard Jackson Nick Sanford Nick Sanford Nick Sanford D’Mario Curry 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) (2010-11)

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

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

Gms FTA 31 218 24 213 30 212 26 211 30 208 28 202 28 193 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 Scott Erland or Bill Porter at 423.869.6236.

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. Desmond Johnson (2010-11) 4. Vincent Bailey (2011-12) 4. Terry Delaney (2007-08) 5. Kenny Jones (1977-78) 6. Charles Slappey (1977-78) 7. Mark Cartwright (1976-77) 8. Thomas Harrison (1990-91) Roderick Robinson (1988-89)

Gm FG Pct. 31 .656 (147-224) 26 .627 (153-244) 30 .626 (164-262) 32 .623 (149-239) 27 .620 (173-279) 27 .608 (188-309 28 .605 (219-362) 35 .602 (336-558) 27 .600 (225-375) 30 .600 (105-175)

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. Cam Carden 9. Lawrence Buell 10. Bill Cain

Free Throw Attempts Seasons (1986-87) (1999-00) (1987-88) (1989-90) (1988-89) (2009-10) (2010-11) (1983-84) (1986-87) (2007-08) (1984-85)

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 (1988-89) (2009-10) (2000-01) (2003-04) (2006-07) (1989-90) (1987-88) (2010-11) (1986-87) (1992-93)

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) 30 .430 (74-172) 31 .429 (72-168) 25 .426 (26-61)

Free Throw Percentage

# Name 1. Fred Lee 2. Nick Sanford Nick Sanford 4. Nick Sanford 5. Nick Sanford 6. Jasper Mallory 7. D’Mario Curry 8. Darrell Cox Richard Buckner 10. Craig Zeigler

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

Seasons (1976-77) (1987-88) (1989-90) (1986-87) (1988-89) (1997-98) (2010-11) (1986-87) (1993-94) (2000-01)

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) 28 .777 (150-193) 31 .764 (133-174) 25 .764 (113-148) 25 .761 (102-134)

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 


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

TURNER ARENA RECORDS

(1992-present unless otherwise indicated)

LINCOLN MEMORIAL

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 .875 (7-8), Cam Carden vs. Tusculum, 02-02-11 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

Individual Points .............................................. 41 by D;Mario Curry vs. Catawba 12-14-10 FG made ......................................... 15 by D;Mario Curry vs. Catawba 12-14-10 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 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

Individual Points ......................................... 50 by Sammy Emile, Mars Hill 1-11-12 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 ....................................... 18 by Sammy Emile, Mars Hill 1-11-12 FT attempted .................................. 20 by Sammy Emile, Mars Hill 1-11-12 FT percentange.....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 2, MR by Jo’el Lamb, Anderson 2-3-99 Steals ......................... 8 by 2, MR by Amonzo Gantt, North Greenville 1-3-06

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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. 2, MR vs. Mars Hill 1-11-12 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. 5, MR vs. Augusta St. (12-19-12) 45 vs. North Alabama 2-17-96 6 vs. 3, MR vs. UAH 2-22-03 .917 (11-12) vs. OSU-Mansfield 11-25-11 .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 3 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 1-21-12 10 vs. 3, MR vs. Mars Hill 3-3-10 0 vs. 8, MR vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 2-26-11 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

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 MR- Most recently

High Low 118 by Carson-Newman 2-17-07 37 by OSU-Mansfield 11-25-12 41 by Carson-Newman 2-17-07 12 by Tusculum 2-2-11 84 by Carson-Newman 2-17-07 34 by Tusculum 2-2-11 .629 (29-47) by Tusculum 1-4-12 .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 1 by Tusculum 1-4-12 .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 2, MR by Tusculum 2-2-11 .250 by 2 24 by 3 3 by 3, MR by Lenoir-Rhyne 2-26-11 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 18, MR by Newberry 1-7-12 23 by Bluefield State 1-2-97 1 by 3, MR by Lenoir-Rhyne 1-21-12 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


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide All-Conference (NCAA Years)

Brandon Armstrong

All-SAC Freshman Team 2009 All-SAC First Team 2012

Toron Clark

Vincent Bailey

All-SAC Freshman Team 2011 All-SAC Second Team 2012

Troy Coleman

Beau Brown

All-SAC Freshman Team 2007

D’Mario Curry

Second Team All-GSC 1998, 1999

Second Team All-GSC 1995

First Team All-SAC 2009, 2010, 2011

Howard Jackson

Desmond Johnson

Jasper Mallory

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

Ryan Whitaker

All-SAC Freshman Team 2008

2009 All-SAC Freshman Team 2009 SAC Freshman of the Year First Team All-SAC 2011, 2012 2011 SAC Player of the Year

Dwight Windom First Team All-GSC 2003

Richard Buckner First Team All-GSC 1994

Terry Delaney

Kenneth Fox

All-SAC Second Team 2008

Second Team All-GSC 2005

Jimmy Miller

Lorenza Ross

First Team All-GSC 1998, 1999

1998 GSC Freshman of the Year

Craig Zeigler

Craig Rasmuson

1999 GSC Freshman of the Year 2002 First Team All-GSC 2002 GSC Player of the Year

Bill Cain

First Team All-GSC 1995, 1996

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

GSC-East Coach of the Year 1998

SAC All-Freshman Team 2012

Josh Schertz

SAC Coach of the Year 2011


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Basketball Guide All-Americans

Roger Lundy Small College All-American

Craig Zeigler

Division II Bulletin Honorable Mention All-American

Keith Beck

NAIA All-American

NAIA All-American

Lawrence Buell

NAIA All-American

Nick Sanford

Fred Lee

Honorable Mention NAIA All-American

Desmond Johnson Division II Bulletin Honorable Mention All-American

Howard Jackson

Daktronics NCAA Div. II All-American Honorable Mention


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide 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 114th year of operation, LMU has grown into a progressive university, offering over 30 majors. LMU’s Fall 2010 enrollment was 4,550 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 2011-12 Enrollment: 4,550 Nickname: Railsplitters Colors: Blue & Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: South Atlantic Conference President: Dr. B. James Dawson Athletic Director: Roger Vannoy Sports Information Director: Bill Porter Head Athletic Trainer: Don Grigsby Main Athletics Phone Number: 423.869.6285


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Men’s Basketball Guide The South Atlantic Conference

The South Atlantic Conference is in its 37th year of athletic tradition and excellence. 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 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 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 and a full member in 2008. 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 became the league’s 10th member. Today the conference is a group of ten 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.

Key Dates in SAC History l 1930 – North State Atlantic Conference formed when six schools broke from the North Carolina Intercollegiate Athletic Conference l 1961 – Newberry College joins league. Conference changes name to Carolinas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (CIAC) l 1975 – South Atlantic Conference formed as football league with eight schools, called the SAC-8. l 1988 – Wingate University replaces Newberry l 1989 – SAC became a multi-sport conference l

1996 – Newberry rejoins conference

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1998 – Tusculum College joins conference

l 2006 – Lincoln Memorial University joins conference l

2008 – Brevard College joins conference

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2008 – Patrick Britz named Commissioner

l 2010 – Anderson University (S.C.) joins conference


2012-13 TV/Radio Spotting Chart 1 3 0LORENZA CHANCE JONES

TIM PIERCE

5CURTIS

10

11 C.J.

6’3” REDSHIRT GUARD SPARTANGURG, SC

6’0” REDSHIRT GUARD BEAN STATION, TN

5’11” SOPHOMORE GUARD GAINESVILLE, FL

12 TRISTAN

14 DUSTIN

20 CURTIS

6’2” FRESHMAN GUARD LOUISVILLE, KY

6’6” SENIOR FORWARD KNOXVILLE, TN

6’6” FRESHMAN FORWARD FAYETTEVILLE, NC

ROSS

6’2” SOPHOMORE GUARD RICHMOND HILL, GA

WEBB

HICKS

6’2” JUNIOR GUARD KNOXVILLE, TN

HUNTER SPAW

CRAIG

6’2” FRESHMAN GUARD ALBANY, GA

WAKELY

MCMILLION

21 CAM

22 PAUL

23 WALLY

6’2” SENIOR GUARD CLEARWATER, FL

6’7” REDSHIRT FORWARD CINCINATTI, OH

6’2” SENIOR GUARD GREENSBORO, NC

CARDEN

WOODSON

JONES

25 VINCENT

30 JAIROCEY

31 KEENAN

6’6” JUNIOR FORWARD JENNINGS, FL

6’8” SENIOR FORWARD DETROIT, MI

6’9” SOPHOMORE CENTER COLLEGE PARK, GA

BAILEY

SIMPSON

PETERSON

32 LUQUON

33 JAKE

35 RAY

6’3” REDSHIRT GUARD LAURENS, SC

6’9” SENIOR CENTER LARGO, FL

6’2” REDSHIRT GUARD ATLANTA, GA

CHOICE

TROYLI

MOBLEY


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Basketball Guide 2012-13 Schedule Date Opponent Location Time Oct. 30, 2012 @Florida State (Exhibition) Tallahassee, FL 7 p.m. Nov. 10, 2012 Ohio Mid-Western Turner Arena 8 p.m. Nov. 16, 2012 Bob Jones Turner Arena 7 p.m. Nov. 20, 2012 @Trevecca Nazarene Nashville, TN 7 p.m. Nov. 24, 2012 Hiwassee Turner Arena 4 p.m. Nov. 28, 2012 @Tusculum* Greeneville, TN 8 p.m. Dec. 2, 2012 @Newberry* Newberry, SC 4 p.m. Dec. 8, 2012 @UVa-Wise Wise, VA 4 p.m. Dec. 16, 2012 King Turner Arena 4 p.m. Dec. 19, 2012 @Augusta State Augusta, GA 7:30 p.m. Jan. 2, 2013 Trevecca Nazarene Turner Arena 8 p.m. Jan. 9, 2013 @Mars Hill* Mars Hill, NC 8 p.m. Jan. 12, 2013 Anderson* Turner Arena noon Jan. 16, 2013 Brevard* Turner Arena 8 p.m. Jan. 19, 2013 @Lenoir-Rhyne* Hickory, NC 6 p.m. Jan. 23, 2013 @Carson-Newman* Jefferson City, TN 8 p.m. Jan. 26, 2013 Wingate* Turner Arena 8 p.m. Jan. 30, 2013 Tusculum* Turner Arena 8 p.m. Feb. 2, 2013 @Catawba* Salisbury, NC 4 p.m. Feb. 6, 2013 Mars Hill* Turner Arena 8 p.m. Feb. 9, 2013 Newberry* Turner Arena 8 p.m. Feb. 13, 2013 @Brevard* Brevard, NC 8 p.m. Feb. 16, 2013 @Anderson* Anderson, SC 4 p.m. Feb. 20, 2013 Carson-Newman* Turner Arena 8 p.m. Feb. 23, 2013 Lenoir-Rhyne* Turner Arena 8 p.m. Feb. 27, 2013 @Wingate* Wingate, NC 8 p.m. Mar. 2, 2013 Catawba* Turner Arena 8 p.m. Mar. 6, 2013 Food Lion SAC Quarterfinals @Higher seed Mar. 9, 2013 Food Lion SAC Semifinals @Greenville, SC Mar. 10, 2013 Food Lion SAC Championship @Greenville, SC Mar. 16-19, 2013 NCAA Southeast Regional TBD Mar. 26-27, 2013 NCAA Elite Eight @Highland Heights, KY Apr. 7, 2013 NCAA Division II Championship @Atlanta, GA *Indicates South Atlantic Conference event All times are local.


2012-13 Lincoln Memorial University Men's Basketball