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This Is The Mid-American Conference Providing leadership in education and diversity, the Mid-American Conference moves into its 67th year of service to the student-athlete. Since its inception in 1946, the Mid-American Conference has progressively grown and developed into one of the most aggressive Division I conferences in the country. One of only ten football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conferences, the MAC named Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher as its eighth commissioner in March of 2009. The league has grown its commitment to championships by expanding to seven its number of neutral site post season events – football (Ford Field, Detroit), volleyball (SPIRE Academy, Geneva, Ohio), men’s and women’s basketball (Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland), softball (Firestone Stadium, Akron) and baseball (All Pro Freight Stadium, Avon, Ohio). In addition, the SPIRE facility will also serve as the site for the 2014 women’s swimming & diving championship and 2015 men’s swimming & diving championship. In 2012, the MAC set a conference record with seven teams receiving a bowl invitation, including the first ever BCS Bowl invitation with Northern Illinois playing in the Discover Orange Bowl on Jan. 1, following a thrilling 44-37 double overtime win over Kent State in the 2012 Marathon MAC Football Championship game. The seven MAC programs that were extended bowl invitations included: Toledo (Famous Idaho Potato Bowl); Ball State (Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg); Central Michigan (Little Caesars Pizza Bowl); Bowling Green (Military Bowl); Ohio (Advocare V100 Independence Bowl); Northern Illinois (Discover Orange Bowl) and Kent State (GoDaddy.com Bowl). The 2012 season witnessed four football programs ranked in the top 25 of national polls – Northern Illinois, Kent State, Toledo and Ohio—as the BCS Standings had two MAC programs in the Top 25 at the end of the regular season with No. 15 Northern Illinois and No. 25 Kent State. The MAC also set a conference record for the most wins against FBS opponents with 16 victories. MAC programs were 4-4 against the Big East Conference, including wins over Rutgers, Cincinnati, UConn and South Florida, and three wins against opponents from the Big Ten Conference, including wins over Penn State, Iowa and Indiana. The dramatic 2012 football season was capped as Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher was selected as the first overall selection by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2013 NFL Draft, becoming the first football player from the MAC with such an honor. For the first time in league history, the MAC will have seven bowl relationships--three primary and four secondary. The three primary agreements are with the Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl (Detroit, Mich.), GoDaddy Bowl (Mobile, Ala.) and Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Boise, Ida.). In addition, the MAC has secured secondary agreements with the BBVA Compass Bowl, the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, the Beef O’Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl and the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl. In its partnership with ESPN, the MAC is in the fifth year of its eight-year rights agreement (through 2016-2017 academic years) for football, as well as men’s and women’s basketball. The deal is the most extensive in the 67-year history of the conference. The agreement calls for a minimum of 25 events annually to be produced and aired on an ESPN platform including the men’s and women’s basketball championships, a regular-season MAC presence on ESPN, the Marathon MAC Football Championship Game and a minimum of 11 regular-season football games. In men’s basketball, the MAC witnessed Akron reach the FirstEnergy MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament for the seventh consecutive season, as the Zips won their third title in five years. Also, Ohio University earned an invitation to the NIT, while Western Michigan reached the College Basketball Invitational Final Four after wins over North Dakota State and Wyoming. Kent State received an invitation to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament and defeated Fairfield in the opening round. Akron center Zeke Marshall and Ohio point guard D.J. Cooper were selected to play in the 2013 Reese’s Division I College All-Star Game, as Cooper garnered MVP game honors. During the 2012-13 academic year, the University of Akron men’s soccer team won its ninth MAC championship and fifth in the last six years, as the Zips advanced to their fifth consecutive NCAA Round of 16 appearance after defeating Michigan. Akron witnessed senior midfielder Scott Caldwell named as the All-America Scholar Athlete of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and a semifinalist for the Hermann Trophy. The MAC had two student-athletes selected in the first round of the 2013 Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft – No. 3 overall Akron goalkeeper David Meyes (Portland Timbers) and No. 12 overall West Virginia defender Eric Schoenle (Philadelphia Union). The MAC also welcomed the addition of West Virginia as an affiliate member in men’s soccer for the 2012-13 academic year. In wrestling, the MAC welcomed Missouri, Northern Iowa and Old Dominion (2014-15) as affiliate members. Missouri won the 2013 conference tournament title as an affiliate member, snapping Central Michigan’s 11-year reign as champions. The MAC had a conference-best 40 wrestlers earn an invitation to the NCAA Division I National Championship and 11 wrestlers earned All-America status – Central Michigan seniors Ben Bennett, school’s first four-time All-American, and Jarod Trice; Kent State senior Dustin Kilgore, schools first three-time All-American; Missouri’s Alan Waters, Nathan McCormick, Drake Houdashelt, Mike Larson, and Dom Bradley, matching the schools most All-Americans in a single-season; Northern Iowa’s David Bonin and Ryan Loder; and Ohio redshirt freshman Cody Walters.

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This Is The Mid-American Conference In men’s cross country, Eastern Michigan claimed its 17th conference championship, while the Eagles captured their 31st conference title in men’s swimming and diving. The 31 championship titles for Eastern Michigan in men’s swimming and diving is a conference record. In addition, Eastern Michigan won the program’s 14th conference championship in indoor track and field. Kent State won the program’s fifth consecutive and 19th overall conference title in men’s golf and received its 26th NCAA appearance. Kent State and Ball State both advanced to the NCAA Men’s Conference Championship, marking only the fifth time since 1983 the conference had two programs advance in the NCAA postseason tournament. In men’s tennis, Western Michigan won its second consecutive conference championship and tenth title in the last 15 years. In men’s outdoor track and field, Akron won its third consecutive conference title and program’s fifth championship in the last six years. In baseball, Bowling Green won the program’s first conference title since 1999 as the No. 6 seed in the conference tournament. Women’s athletics continued to shine for the MAC this past year. The MAC had a total of six women’s basketball programs invited to postseason tournaments. Central Michigan claimed the MAC tournament title for the first time since 1984 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, while Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Miami and Toledo all received at-large invitations to the WNIT Tournament. Three MAC programs – Ball State, Bowling Green and Toledo – all reached the WNIT Sweet 16. In women’s soccer, Miami earned its fourth MAC title in program history and Central Michigan earned an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament, becoming the first team in conference history to earn an at-large bid. Central Michigan fell to Michigan in overtime, 2-1, while Miami defeated Tennessee 3-2 (OT) in the first round of the NCAA tournament and fell to Duke in the second round. Miami senior forward Jess Kodiak was named third team All-America by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Kodiak, along with Katie Slaughter of Central Michigan and Kayla Zakrzewski of Miami, were named All-Great Lakes Region First Team by the NSCAA. In volleyball, Bowling Green claimed the MAC title for the second time since 1991 and became the first team in program history to win a NCAA Tournament match. The Falcons defeated Yale in the first round, 3-2, and fell to Penn State in the second round. In women’s cross country, Toledo claimed its fifth title in school history in record fashion. The Rockets scored a conference record-low 24 points and have now won three consecutive conference titles for the first time in school history. In field hockey, Miami won the program’s first conference title in program history, while the RedHawks won the programs 17th conference championship in women’s swimming and diving. In women’s tennis, Miami won the conference championship for the third time in the last five years. In gymnastics, Central Michigan and Western Michigan claimed share of the conference championship. For Central Michigan it claimed a share of its fourth consecutive championship and for Western Michigan was the programs fourth overall tournament title. Central Michigan and Kent State advanced to the NCAA Regionals. In women’s indoor track and field, Kent State won its fourth overall conference title and consecutive conference championships for the first time in program history, while the Golden Flashes won the women’s outdoor track and field championship for the fourth consecutive year. In women’s golf, Kent State won its 15th consecutive conference championship. In softball, Central Michigan won the conference championship for the tenth time in program history. Ball State’s Jennifer Gilbert was named NFCA All-Great Lakes Region First Team, while Macy Merchant was named NFCA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team. From two-time Super Bowl quarterback winning Ben Roethlisberger (Miami University), NFL Defensive MVP James Harrison (Kent State University), four NFL Pro Bowlers (OT Joe Staley, KR Josh Cribbs, TE Antonio Gates, LB James Harrison), British Open winner Ben Curtis (Kent State University), World Series winning manager Bob Brenly (Ohio University) and Olympic bobsled team member Brock Kreitzburgh (University of Toledo), the Mid-American Conference continues to excel in producing leaders in the world of athletics. History of the MAC Based in Cleveland since July 1999 following a 15-year stay in Toledo, Ohio, the MAC has established historic measurements in both football and men’s and women’s basketball since moving to Northeast Ohio. The MAC was founded as a five-school league on February 24, 1946 in Columbus, Ohio with Ohio, Butler, Cincinnati, Wayne State and Western Reserve admitted as charter members. The Mid-American Conference has 12 full-time schools and a 13th, UMass for football only beginning in 2012. In 1946 men’s basketball was the first competitive sport in the MAC, which now sponsors a total 23 sports. Women’s sports were brought into the conference’s structure in 1980. For men, championships (11) are sponsored in football, basketball, baseball, cross country, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, golf and tennis. For women, championships (12) are sponsored in basketball, softball, volleyball, cross country, field hockey, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, gymnastics, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis.

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Mid-American Conference Commissioner Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher enters his fifth year with the Mid-American Conference (MAC) after being named the league’s eighth commissioner on March 16, 2009.

He joined the MAC after serving six years as commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC). Prior to the OVC, Steinbrecher served as commissioner of the Mid-Continent Conference (the Summit League). He is the only person to serve as commissioner in all three NCAA Division I Subdivisions (FBS, FCS, DI).

Steinbrecher has expanded bowl opportunities for the conference and stabilized conference membership in football, increased national and regional television exposure, launched the conference’s first-ever digital network, renegotiated the conference marketing rights agreement with IMG College and enhanced neutral site conference championships in basketball, volleyball and baseball.

In six years with the OVC, Steinbrecher significantly increased the league’s exposure through additional television coverage at the regional and national level. In 2005, he negotiated a five-year contract with ESPN that secured increased exposure for the league. That included being the first conference to sign a deal to have games appear on ESPNU, the OVC had the first sporting event telecast on that network (the 2005 OVC Men’s Basketball Tournament Semifinal).

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Steinbrecher played an integral role in the development of the new College Football Playoff and serves on the BCS Administrative Committee. Steinbrecher secured a one-year contract extension of the ESPN syndicated package, and developed and implemented a new MAC Coaches Orientation program. He has secured the MAC bid to host the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Regional at Quicken Loans Arena and the 2014 NCAA Women’s Bowling Championship. Specifically in football, Steinbrecher has stabilized and increased conference membership with 13 programs as the MAC welcomed the addition of the University of Massachusetts (UMass) to begin as a football-only member in 2012. This provides the conference the opportunity to expand the conference footprint into New England and into the Boston and Hartford/Springfield markets. Last season, Steinbrecher witnessed Northern Illinois earn the first ever BCS bowl berth by a MAC member in the Discover Orange Bowl and a conference record seven teams receive bowl invitations – Ball State (Beef O’Brady’s St. Petersburg), Bowling Green (Military Bowl), Central Michigan (Little Caesars Pizza), Kent State (GoDaddy.com), Ohio (AdvoCare V100 Independence) and Toledo (Famous Idaho Potato). Steinbrecher has built upon the conference bowl agreements to a conference-best three primary (Little Caesars Pizza Bowl; GoDaddy Bowl and Famous Idaho Potato Bowl) and multiple secondary agreements (Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Beef O’Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl, BBVA Compass Bowl and the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl). These bowl agreements provide the MAC the opportunity to build on relationships with multiple bowl partners, expand national television exposure and broaden geographical opportunities to perform against other FBS conferences. Steinbrecher directed a strategic planning process for the MAC, increased national exposure for the conference, as well as new opportunities for the conference in the areas of a new regional television network deal, marketing and sponsorships and securing long-term partnerships for MAC neutral site championship events. In the summer of 2010, the MAC entered into a three-year regional television deal with SportsTime Ohio to expand its television coverage in football and men’s and women’s basketball. This provides the MAC a regional television presence for programming throughout the year, and increases promotion and marketing opportunities for the conference. In 2011-12, Steinbrecher led the conference as it launched the first-ever MAC Digital Network in partnership with XOS Digital. This new initiative provided the conference with a new website, enhanced 16 x 9 video player for live streaming events and On-Demand programming, mobile platforms via the iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, and weekly video content featuring football, basketball and championship previews. In 2011, Steinbrecher also negotiated a new marketing agreement with ISP for the conference marketing and sponsorship rights through 2019. ISP merged with IMG College and this long-term deal solidified the conference marketing partnership with the new IMG College brand. Steinbrecher negotiated a six-year contract extension with Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena to host the FirstEnergy MAC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Conference Tournament through 2017. The contract extension guarantees the continuation of the conference tournament at the same neutral site since 2000, originally Gund Arena and now named Quicken Loans Arena. Steinbrecher also announced in 2011 the MAC Women’s Volleyball Tournaments will move to SPIRE, part of the GaREAT family, located in Geneva, Ohio, a state of the art facility only 30 minutes east of Downtown Cleveland. The SPIRE facility will also serve as the site for the 2014 MAC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship and 2015 MAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship. In addition, the MAC baseball tournaments in 2012-14 will be played at All Pro Freight Stadium in Avon, Ohio.

Steinbrecher secured an invitation for the OVC to participate in ESPN’s BracketBusters event. He also implemented conference merchandising and corporate partner programs and in 2008 negotiated a five-year agreement with IMG College to manage the OVC’s multimedia rights and sponsorship sales. In July 2006, Steinbrecher helped spearhead a venture into streaming video with the launch of OVCSports.TV. The multimedia platform provided live and on-demand coverage of every OVC football and men’s and women’s basketball games as well as selected other sports, coaches’ shows, press conferences and special events. In its first two years of existence, OVCSports.TV streamed over 800 events and recorded nearly 5,000 paid subscribers. Under his leadership, the OVC re-emphasized its commitment to sportsmanship by implementing a series of good sports initiatives, including sportsmanship affidavits signed by coaches and administrators, student-athlete ethical conduct orientation and an institutional and team sportsmanship awards. Steinbrecher also initiated a Conference Basketball Issues Committee and oversaw increased promotional efforts for the OVC Basketball Tournament, which resulted in an increase in ticket sales revenue. He also spearheaded the efforts in bidding for, and ultimately securing, the 2014 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Final Four for Nashville. Prior to being named Mid-Continent Conference Commissioner in Nov. 1994, Dr. Steinbrecher had previously served the league as Director of Communications, Director of Marketing and Communications and Assistant Commissioner. He joined the Mid-Con staff in 1989 after previously serving in the athletics departments at Houston Baptist University, Indiana University and Davidson College. Steinbrecher has served on a number of prominent NCAA committees, including the Division I Basketball Issues Committee, serving as a member of subcommittees for both men’s and women’s basketball, and in 1999 he became the first nonDivision I-A commissioner elected as president of the Collegiate Commissioner’s Association (CCA). In June 2007, he was appointed to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Academic Enhancement Group by the late NCAA President Myles Brand. He has served on the NCAA Division I Legislative Council, the NCAA Championship Cabinet, the NCAA Committee on Athletics Certification and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Issues Committee. Steinbrecher is currently a member of the NCAA Championships Cabinet, serves on the Board of Directors of NCAA Football, is Chair of the College Football Officiating Board of Managers and the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel. He is also the Chair of the National Letter of Intent Policy and Review Committee. Steinbrecher has also served as Division I-AAA vice president of the CCA and as a member of the National Invitation Tournament’s District IV Advisory Board. Steinbrecher is a 1983 graduate of Valparaiso University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education and journalism. In 2006, he was bestowed an Alumni Achievement Award from his alma mater. Steinbrecher graduated with a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1984, and he was awarded the doctorate of physical education in sports administration from Indiana University in 1989. An all-conference and academic all-conference selection in football and a conference champion in tennis, Dr. Steinbrecher was named Valparaiso’s and the Heartland Collegiate Conference’s Student-Athlete of the Year in 1983. In 2006, he was inducted into the Watauga County (N.C.) Sports Hall of Fame. Steinbrecher and his wife Anne have three children, daughter Grace and twin sons Matt and Will. Steinbrecher follows Rick Chryst, who served as MAC Commissioner (19992009). David Reese served as the first commissioner from 1946-64, followed by Bob James (1964-71), Fred Jacoby (1971-82), Jim Lessig (1982-90), Karl Benson (199094), Jerry Ippoliti (1994-99).

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2013-14 MAC Men’s Basketball Composite Schedule Friday, November 8th Albion at Eastern Michigan Manchester College at Central Michigan Ohio Northern at Kent State Miami at Notre Dame Nebraska-Omaha at Northern Illinois Buffalo at Texas A&M Coastal Carolina at Akron Saturday, November 9th Western Michigan at New Mexico State Ball State at Indiana St. Earlham at Bowling Green Northern Iowa at Ohio Northwest at Toledo Sunday, November 10th Hawai’i at Western Michigan Monday, November 11th Tennessee State at Western Michigan Kent State at Temple Tuesday, November 12th Akron at Saint Mary’s (CA) Taylor University at Ball State Concordia (MI) at Eastern Michigan Central Michigan at Bradley Ohio at Ohio St. Miami at Arizona St.

12:00 PM 2:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 1:30 AM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 12:30 AM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:00 AM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 9:00 PM

Wednesday, November 13th Buffalo at Niagara Kent State at Seton Hall

7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Thursday, November 14th Toledo at Boston College Robert Morris at Eastern Michigan

7:00 PM 7:30 PM

Friday, November 15th USF at Bowling Green James Madison at Northern Illinois

8:30 PM 9:00 PM

Saturday, November 16th Akron at Middle Tennessee West Virginia Wesleyan at Buffalo Pepperdine at Central Michigan San Jose State at Northern Illinois

3:00 PM 3:00 PM 6:30 PM 9:00 PM

Sunday, November 17th Valparaiso at Ohio Alabama A&M at Western Michigan St. Peter’s at Kent State Milwaukee at Northern Illinois

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:30 PM

Monday, November 18th Florida A&M at Toledo Cleveland St. at Eastern Michigan SE Missouri St. at Ball State

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Wednesday, November 20th North Dakota St. at Western Michigan Ohio at Morgan St. Miami at Xavier

7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM

Thursday, November 21st W. Carolina at Kent State Austin Peay at Central Michigan Bowling Green at Wisconsin

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Friday, November 22nd Toledo at Stony Brook Montana St. at Central Michigan USC Upstate at Kent State

5:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Wednesday, December 11th Canisius at Buffalo North Dakota at Bowling Green

TBD 7:00 PM

Saturday, November 23rd Bowling Green at Saint Louis Butler at Ball State Heidelberg University at Ohio Wilmington (OH) at Miami Toledo at Detroit Mercy UT Arlington at Eastern Michigan Niagara at Kent State Cal St. Northridge at Central Michigan

Saturday, December 14th Sam Houston State at Toledo Alabama A&M at Ohio Northern Illinois at UMass Bethune-Cookman at Akron Central Michigan at Dayton

TBD 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM

1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sunday, December 15th Bowling Green at Morehead St. Wright St. at Miami Western Michigan at Missouri

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sunday, November 24th Toledo at Florida Atlantic St. Joseph’s at Northern Illinois

1:30 PM 4:00 PM

Monday, December 16th Oral Roberts at Akron

7:00 PM

Tuesday, November 26th Bowling Green at Presbyterian Robert Morris at Buffalo Mercer at Ohio Oakland at Western Michigan Central Michigan at Texas A&M-C.C.

TBD 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Tuesday, December 17th Central Michigan at Jacksonville St. Toledo at Arkansas State Ball State at Marquette

7:45 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

Wednesday, December 18th Detroit Mercy at Akron UMass at Ohio Miami at UMKC Northern Illinois at Loyola-Chi. Western Michigan at Drake

Wednesday, November 27th Bowling Green at TBD Eastern Michigan at Kentucky Youngstown St. at Kent State Malone at Akron (Exh.) Ball State at Utah

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

TBD 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

Saturday, December 21st Eastern Michigan at Oakland Cleveland St. at Toledo Prairie View A&M at Western Michigan Kent State at Col. of Charleston Manhattan at Buffalo Ball State at S. Illinois Miami at Tennessee State

Saturday, November 30th Northern Illinois at Nebraska Evansville at Ohio Del State at Buffalo Jacksonville St. at Central Michigan Ball State at Cleveland St.

1:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

1:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sunday, December 1st Kennesaw St. at Kent State

2:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sunday, December 22nd Ohio at Richmond Detroit Mercy at Bowling Green Northern Illinois at UC Riverside Oregon St. at Akron

1:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:30 PM

Monday, December 2nd WKU at Bowling Green Tuesday, December 3rd UMass at Eastern Michigan IPFW at Miami

7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Monday, December 23rd TBD at Akron Binghamton at Buffalo

Wednesday, December 4th Valparaiso at Ball State Bucknell at Kent State Detroit Mercy at Toledo

2:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Thursday, December 5th Dartmouth at Northern Illinois

8:00 PM

Saturday, December 7th Miami at Evansville Eastern Michigan at Purdue St. Bonaventure at Buffalo Bowling Green at Xavier Akron at Cleveland St. Toledo at Robert Morris Western Michigan at Northwestern Ohio at Oakland Central Michigan at SIU Edwardsville

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 8:00 PM

Tuesday, December 10th UW-Green Bay at Eastern Michigan

7:00 PM

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Wednesday, December 25th TBD at Akron

TBD 12:00 PM TBD

Saturday, December 28th Coppin State at Toledo Eastern Michigan at Duke Akron at South Carolina Cleveland St. at Kent State

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sunday, December 29th Buffalo at Drexel Bowling Green at Wright St. S. Illinois at Miami

2:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:30 PM

Monday, December 30th Longwood at Ohio Toledo at Kansas Ball State at James Madison

7:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM


2013-14 MAC Men’s Basketball Composite Schedule Tuesday, December 31st Kent State at Princeton Eastern Michigan at Syracuse Coppin State at Akron Northern Illinois at Iowa State

12:00 PM 3:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM

Thursday, January 2nd Marshall at Akron IPFW at Bowling Green Siena Heights at Western Michigan

TBD 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Friday, January 3rd Oakland City at Ball State Marygrove College at Central Michigan S. Dakota St. at Buffalo Bethune-Cookman at Northern Illinois

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Saturday, January 4th Ohio at UNC Asheville Rochester (MI) at Eastern Michigan Miami at UMass

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM

Wednesday, January 8th *Akron at Ball State *Eastern Michigan at Bowling Green *Northern Illinois at Buffalo *Miami at Central Michigan *Ohio at Kent State *Toledo at Western Michigan

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Saturday, January 11th *Eastern Michigan at Buffalo *Western Michigan at Miami *Central Michigan at Toledo *Ball State at Kent State

2:00 PM 3:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sunday, January 12th *Northern Illinois at Bowling Green *Akron at Ohio

4:30 PM 6:00 PM

Tuesday, January 14th *Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan

7:00 PM

Wednesday, January 15th *Central Michigan at Bowling Green *Buffalo at Toledo *Miami at Akron *Kent State at Northern Illinois *Ball State at Ohio

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

Saturday, January 18th *Toledo at Akron *Miami at Ball State *Kent State at Buffalo *Eastern Michigan at Central Michigan *Ohio at Northern Illinois

TBD 2:00 PM 2:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Sunday, January 19th *Bowling Green at Western Michigan

2:00 PM

Wednesday, January 22nd *Northern Illinois at Toledo *Bowling Green at Ohio *Central Michigan at Miami *Akron at Eastern Michigan

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Thursday, January 23rd *Western Michigan at Kent State *Buffalo at Ball State

7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Saturday, January 25th *Ohio at Eastern Michigan *Miami at Bowling Green *Buffalo at Northern Illinois *Akron at Central Michigan

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sunday, January 26th *Ball State at Western Michigan *Kent State at Toledo

2:00 PM 6:00 PM

Wednesday, January 29th *Western Michigan at Buffalo *Bowling Green at Eastern Michigan *Northern Illinois at Kent State *Toledo at Miami *Central Michigan at Ohio *Ball State at Akron

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Saturday, February 1st *Toledo at Ohio *Akron at Kent State *Central Michigan at Western Michigan *Northern Illinois at Ball State *Eastern Michigan at Miami

TBD TBD 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM

Sunday, February 2nd *Buffalo at Bowling Green

2:00 PM

Tuesday, February 4th *Miami at Northern Illinois

7:00 PM

Wednesday, February 5th *Ohio at Western Michigan *Bowling Green at Toledo *Ball State at Buffalo *Kent State at Central Michigan *Eastern Michigan at Akron

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Saturday, February 8th *Toledo at Ball State *Miami at Ohio *Kent State at Eastern Michigan *Buffalo at Central Michigan

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sunday, February 9th *Western Michigan at Northern Illinois *Akron at Bowling Green

4:30 PM 6:00 PM

Wednesday, February 12th *Bowling Green at Kent State *Buffalo at Miami *Ohio at Toledo *Akron at Western Michigan *Eastern Michigan at Ball State *Central Michigan at Northern Illinois

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Saturday, February 15th *Toledo at Eastern Michigan *Ohio at Buffalo *Bowling Green at Ball State *Miami at Western Michigan *Central Michigan at Kent State *Northern Illinois at Akron

2:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM

Wednesday, February 19th *Kent State at Miami *Western Michigan at Ohio *Akron at Buffalo *Ball State at Central Michigan

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Thursday, February 20th *Toledo at Bowling Green *Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois Saturday, February 22nd *Buffalo at Kent State *Ohio at Akron

7:00 PM 8:00 PM 12:00 PM 6:00 PM

Sunday, February 23rd *Northern Illinois at Central Michigan *Bowling Green at Miami *Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan *Ball State at Toledo

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM

Wednesday, February 26th *Akron at Miami *Buffalo at Ohio *Central Michigan at Eastern Michigan *Kent State at Bowling Green *Western Michigan at Ball State *Toledo at Northern Illinois

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Saturday, March 1st *Miami at Buffalo *Northern Illinois at Eastern Michigan *Kent State at Ohio *Central Michigan at Ball State *Western Michigan at Toledo *Bowling Green at Akron

12:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM

Tuesday, March 4th *Buffalo at Akron *Northern Illinois at Western Michigan *Ball State at Eastern Michigan *Miami at Kent State *Toledo at Central Michigan *Ohio at Bowling Green

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Saturday, March 8th *Western Michigan at Central Michigan TBD *Ohio at Miami TBD *Eastern Michigan at Toledo TBD *Kent State at Akron TBD *Bowling Green at Buffalo TBD *Ball State at Northern Illinois TBD (Game could be moved to Friday March 7th based on TV) Monday, March 10th MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament First Round (Higher Seed Campus Sites) Wednesday, March 12th MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Second Round (Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio) Thursday, March 13th MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Third Round (Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio) Friday, March 14th MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Semifinals (Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio) Saturday, March 15th MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Championship (Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio)

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2014 FirstEnergy MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Bracket

March 10, 12-15 Quicken Loans Arena • Cleveland, Ohio March 10th First Round Campus Sites

14th March 13th Akron Zips Team InformationMarch Semifinals Quarterfinals

March 12th Second Round Quicken Loans Arena

Quicken Loans Arena

Quicken Loans Arena

March 15th Championship Quicken Loans Arena

No. 1 Seed No. 4 Seed

No. 12 Seed

Game 9 6:30 p.m.

Time TBA- Game 1 No. 5 Seed No. 9 Seed

Game 5 6:30 p.m.

Game 7 6:30 p.m.

Time TBA - Game 2 No. 8 Seed

Game 11 Championship Game Time TBA

No. 10 Seed Time TBA- Game 3 No. 7 Seed

MAC Tournament Champion

Game 6* No. 11 Seed

Game 8*

Time TBA - Game 4 No. 6 Seed

Game 10* No. 3 Seed No. 2 Seed

*30 minutes following the completion of the first game of the session

FirstEnergy MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Monday, March 10th, 2014 First Round ( High Seed Campus Sites)

Thursday, March 13th, 2014 Third Round

Game 1: No. 12 Seed at No. 5 Seed, TBA Game 2: No. 9 Seed at No. 8 Seed, TBA Game 3: No. 10 Seed at No. 7 Seed, TBA Game 4: No. 11 Seed at No. 6 Seed, TBA

Game 7: Game 5 Winner vs. No. 4 Seed, 6:30 p.m. Game 8: Game 6 Winner vs. No. 3 Seed*

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 Second Round

Game 9: Game 7 Winner vs. No. 1 Seed, 6:30 p.m. Game 10: Game 8 Winner vs. No. 2 Seed*

Game 5: Game 1 Winner vs. Game 2 Winner. 6:30 p.m. Game 6: Game 3 Winner v. Game 4 Winner*

Friday, March 14th, 2014 Semifinals

Saturday, March 15th, 2014 MAC Championship Game 11: Championship Game, TBA

*30 minutes following the completion of the first game of the session


Akron Zips Team Information Quick Facts

Location...................................................................................... Akron, Ohio President: ................................................................... Dr. Luis M. Proenza Athletics Director: .............................................................. Tom Wistrcill Enrollment: .......................................................................................... 29,699 Founded: ...................................................................................................1870 First Year of MAC Basketball:....................................................... 1992-93 Joined MAC...............................................................................................1992 Nickname: ............................................................................................... Zips Colors: . ...................................................................................... Blue & Gold Athletics Website: . ...................................................... www.gozips.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account........................................@ZipsMBB

Team Facts

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ........................................................... 10/6 Starters Returning/Lost: ......................................................................... 2/3 2012-13 Overall Record: .........................................................................26-7 Home.........................................................................................................15-1 Away...........................................................................................................7-4 Neutral.......................................................................................................4-2 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:..........................................................14-2/1st Home...........................................................................................................7-1 Away............................................................................................................7-1 2012-13 Postseason: ..........Def. Kent State in MAC Semifinals, 62-59 ..................................................Def. Ohio in MAC Championship, 65-46 ........................Lost to VCU in NCAA Tournament 2nd Round, 42-88

Team History

All-Time Record: . ....................................................1,484-959 (112 years) All-Time MAC Record: ................................................ 188-176 (21 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ................................... 18/ 20-13 (.606) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . ...................................................... 3/2013 NCAA Appearances/Record: .............................................................4/0-4 Last NCAA Appearance: .......................................................................2013 NIT Appearances/Record: .................................................................. 5/2-5 Last NIT Appearance: ........................................................................... 2012

2013-14 Schedule

Date Opponent Time November 1 Bluffton (Exh.) 7 p.m. 8 Coastal Caronlia 8 p.m. 12 at Saint Mary’s 3 a.m. (ESPN2) 16 at Middle Tennessee 3 p.m. 27 Malone (Exh.) 7 p.m. December 7 at Cleveland State 2 p.m. 14 Bethune-Cookman 7 p.m. 16 Oral Roberts 7 p.m. 18 Detroit 7 p.m. 22 #vs. Oregon State 7:30 p.m. (ESPNU) 23 #vs. TBD 2:30/4:30 p.m. (ESPNU) 25 #vs. TBD TBA 28 at South Carolina 4 p.m. (ESPNU) 31 Coppin State 6 p.m. January 2 Marshall 7 p.m. 8 *at Ball State 7 p.m. 12 *at Ohio 6 p.m. (TWC) 15 *Miami 7 p.m. 18 *Toledo TBA 22 *at Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. (TWC) 25 *at Central Michigan TBA 29 *Ball State 7 p.m. February 1 *at Kent State TBA 5 *Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. (TWC) 9 *at Bowling Green 6 p.m. (TWC) 12 *at Western Michigan 7 p.m. 15 *Northern Illinois 7 p.m. 19 *at Buffalo 7 p.m. (TWC) 22 *Ohio 6 p.m. (TWC) 26 *at Miami 7 p.m. March 1 *Bowling Green 7 p.m. 4 *Buffalo 7 p.m. (TWC) 8 *Kent State TBA * Mid-American Conference Game # Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii)

Roster

n o 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 15 21 23 30 33 34

name pos Demetrius “Tree” Treadwell F Kwan Cheatham, Jr. F Nyles Evans G Deji Ibitayo G B.J. Gladden W/F Nick Harney F Aaron Jackson G Carmelo Betancourt G Quincy Diggs F Jake Kretzer W Reggie McAdams W Isaiah Johnson C Darius Hoisten G Jonas Stalyga F Pat Forsythe C

ht 6-7 6-9 5-11 6-4 6-6 6-8 6-7 5-11 6-6 6-7 6-7 6-10 6-5 6-8 6-11

wt 235 233 170 205 215 210 193 182 209 215 210 285 180 220 235

yr hometown (school) Sr. Euclid, Ohio (Euclid) Fr. Cincinnati, Ohio (Winton Woods) Jr. North Canton, Ohio (Hoover/Brevard C.C. ) Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Rich Central) Fr. Charlotte, N.C. (Olympic) Sr. Cleveland, Ohio (Benedictine) Fr. Gahanna, Ohio (Gahanna Lincoln) So. Rio Piedras, P.R. (Montrose Christian/Colegio Adianez Sr. Dallas, Texas (Plano East/New Orleans) So. Waverly, Ohio (Waverly) So. Elida, Ohio (Elida) Fr. Cincinnati, Ohio (Walnut Hills) So. Akron, Ohio (Garfield) Jr. Vilnius, Lithuania (Grand Island/Loyola-Chi.) So. Brunswick, Ohio (Brunswick/West Virginia)

Roster Breakdown

Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Nick Harney F Sr. 9.5 3.8 1.2 Demetrius “Tree” Treadwell F Sr. 11.5 7.9 1.6 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Alex Abreu G Sr. 10.3 2.5 6.0 Zeke Marshall C Sr. 13.0 7.0 3.7 Blks Brian Walsh G Sr. 7.2 3.6 1.6 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Carmelo Bentancourt G So. 2.0 0.9 1.6 Quincy Diggs F Sr. 8.5 3.1 2.4 Pat Forsythe C So. 3.4 2.7 0.3 Darius Hoisten G So. 0.4 0.8 0.0 Deji Ibitayo G Jr. 3.0 1.8 0.7 Jake Kretzer W So. 5.7 3.2 1.0 Reggie McAdams W So. 4.6 1.3 0.4 Jonas Stalyga F Jr. 2.8 0.4 0.0 Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Chauncey Gilliam F Sr. 5.6 1.7 0.7 Blake Justice G So. 0.4 0.4 0.4 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Kwan Cheatham F Fr. 6-9 233 Nyles Evans G Jr. 5-11 170 B.J. Gladden W/F Fr. 6-6 215 Aaron Jackson G Fr. 6-7 193 Isaiah Johnson C Fr. 6-10 285

2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games.................................................................33 Field Goal Pct..........................852/1874 (.455) Three Point FG Pct..................229/689 (.332) Free Throw Pct.........................436/678 (.643) Offensive Rebounds.................................... 425 Defense Rebounds........................................ 818 Total Rebounds...................... 1243 (37.7 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................578 Foul Outs............................................................8 Assists ............................................................ 485 Turnovers....................................................... 458 Blocks...............................................................189 Steals................................................................ 231 Points....................................... 2369 (71.8 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct............................405/917 (.442) Three Point FG Pct...................108/325 (.332) Free Throw Pct.........................200/310 (.645) Offensive Rebounds..................................... 217 Defense Rebounds....................................... 384 Total Rebounds........................ 601 (37.6 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 284 Foul Outs............................................................ 3 Assists ............................................................ 234 Turnovers....................................................... 208 Blocks.................................................................78 Steals.................................................................114 Points........................................ 1118 (69.9 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Akron Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Dallas Moyer (dm60@uakron.edu) 330.972.6292 (O)/330.571.4145 (C) Newspapers Beat Writer Office Phone Akron Beacon Journal George Thomas (sportswriterabj@sbcglobal.net) 216.374.7495 Cleveland Plain Dealer Elton Alexander (efasports@aol.com) 216.999.4370 Canton Repository Mike Popovich (mike.popovich@cantonrep.com) 330.580.8494 The Buchtelite (Student) TBA (sports@buchtelite.com) 330.972.7459 Radio Akron ISP Sports Network (WARF - 1350 AM)

Color/Play-By-Play PBP: Steve French (steve@wnir.com) Color: Joe Dunn (sumstarjjd@yahoo.com)

Office Phone 330.673.2331

Television WEWS-TV5 (ABC) WJW-TV 8 (FOX) WKYC-TV 3 (NBC) WOIO-TV 19 (CBS)

Sports Director Andy Baskin (baskin@newsnet5.com) Katie Rossborough (katie.rossbrough@channel8wjw.com) Dave Chudowsky (dchudowsky@wkyc.gannett.com) Ryan Minnaugh (rminnaugh@woio.com)

Office Phone 216.431.3700 216.432.4247 216.344.3333 216.771.1943

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information

Head Coach:.......................................................................................................................................................................................Keith Dambrot Alma Mater: . ..............................................................................................................................................................................................Akron, ‘82 Hometown:..............................................................................................................................................................................................Akron, Ohio Birth Date:....................................................................................................................................................................................... October 26, 1958 Playing Career:.............................................................................................................................................................. Akron, (1979-82 Baseball) Overall Record: . ..........................................................................................................................................................................318-164 (15 years) School Record: ................................................................................................................................................................................210-94 (9 years) MAC Record: .................................................................................................................................................................................117-65 (11 years) MAC Tournament Appearances (Record):............................................................................................................................................. 9 (19-6) NCAA Tournament Appearances (Record):............................................................................................................................................ 3 (0-3) NIT Appearances (Record):.......................................................................................................................................................................... 3 (2-3)

Previous Coaching Experience

Central Michigan................................................................................................................................................................ Head Coach (1991-93) Ashland University............................................................................................................................................................. Head Coach (1989-91) Tiffin University................................................................................................................................................................. Head Coach (1984-86)

DAMBROT’s Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Postseason 1984-86 Tiffin 40-23 - 1989-91 Ashland 48-13 - 1991-92 Central Michigan 12-16 6-10 1992-93 Central Michigan 8-18 4-14 2004-05 Akron 19-10 11-7 2005-06 Akron 23-10 14-4 NIT Tournament (1-1) Dambrot vs. The MAC 2006-07 Akron 26-7 13-3 -vs. Akron . ..............................................2-1 2007-08 Akron 24-11 11-5 NIT Tournament (1-1) Akron 23-13 10-6 NCAA Tournament (0-1) vs. Ball State .........................................9-5 2008-09 Akron 24-11 12-4 College Basketball Invitational (0-1) vs. Bowling Green ............................ 18-4 2009-10 2010-11 Akron 23-13 9-7 NCAA Tournament (0-1) vs. Buffalo ............................................11-8 2011-12 Akron 22-12 13-3 NIT Tournament (0-1) vs. Central Michigan.........................10-1 2012-13 Akron 26-7 14-2 NCAA Tournament (0-1) vs. Eastern Michigan ....................... 14-3 Career 15 years (11 MAC) 318-164 (.660) 117-65 (.642) 2-7 (.222) vs. Kent State . ..................................12-15 vs. Miami ...........................................15-10 Assistant Coaches vs. Northern Illinois............................5-4 Rick McFadden........................................................................................................................................................ Akron, 2005 (Ninth Season) vs. Ohio................................................15-10 Charles Thomas.................................................................................................................................. Eastern Michigan, 1991 (Fourth Season) vs. Toledo . ...........................................11-5 Terry Weigand..........................................................................................................................................................Ashland, 1989 (10th Season) vs. Western Michigan ..................... 12-7 Dan Peters, Director of Basketball Operations........................................................................................... Kent State, 1976 (Fifth Season)

Akron All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach Seasons Record 1901-05 No Coach 3 9-13 1905-09 Earl Williams 4 23-20 1910 Dr. Dwight Bradley - 1-0 1910 Walter East 1 5-7 1910-11 Clarence Weed 1 5-3 1911-16 Frank Haggerty 5 30-23 1916-25 Fred Sefton 9 92-27 1925-26 James Coleman 1 8-5 1926-28 Fred Sefton 2 11-15 1928-37 Howard “Red” Blair 9 89-40 1937-40 Paul Bixler 3 31-15 1940-41 Thomas Dowler 1 9-14 1941-60 Russell Beichly 19 286-144 160-69 Tony Laterza 9 178-59 1969-76 Wyatt Webb 7 126-60 1976-77 Alex Adams 1 10-14 1977-81 Ken Cunningham 4 42-61 1981-85 Bob Rupert 4 37-71 1985-90 Bob Huggins 5 97-46 1990-96 Coleman Crawford 6 71-91 1996-05 Dan Hipsher 9 112-137 2005-pr. Keith Dambrot 9 210-94

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Pct. .409 .535 .100 .417 .625 .566 .773 .615 .423 .690 .674 .391 .667 .751 .677 .417 .408 .343 .678 .438 .449 .691

James A. Rhodes Arena Capacity:.................................................................................................................................................... 5,500 Press Row Phone:........................................................................................................................ 330.374.8771 Largest Crowd....................................................................................8,168 vs. Cleveland State (12-9-86) Year Opened:............................................................................................................................................... 1983 All-Time Arena Record........................................................................................................................326-113


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year 1901-02 1902-03 1903-04 1904-05 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

Overall 2-2 4-4 3-7 8-6 6-7 5-2 4-5 6-7 5-3 8-4 6-3 7-1 6-6 3-9 5-5 14-2 9-4 14-0 12-2 11-2 5-8 12-1 10-3 8-5 6-7 5-8 8-5 12-3 11-3 4-9 8-7 11-3 15-1 12-3 8-6 8-5 13-5 10-5 9-14 13-6 15-3 18-4 10-5 21-2 19-5 17-10 15-9 16-6 16-9 3-20 4-20 17-7 10-12 17-5 18-6 18-7 20-6 21-2 17-8 18-7 18-6 22-3 24-7 21-7 24-4 20-5 14-12 8-18 12-11 20-6 26-5 22-5 18-6 20-9 10-14 13-12 9-18 10-17

Conf. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 9-3/OAC 7-5/OAC 6-4/OAC 7-5/OAC 8-5/OAC 11-3/OAC 10-3/OAC 3-8/OAC 7-7/OAC 10-3/OAC 14-1/OAC 12-3/OAC 7-5/OAC Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. 12-0/OAC 11-2/OAC 9-3/OAC 7-5/OAC 5-4/OAC 4-1/OAC 1-5/OAC 2-7/OAC 10-1/OAC 7-4/OAC 9-4/OAC 11-1/OAC 9-3/OAC 12-0/OAC 10-1/OAC 8-3/OAC 9-3/OAC 10-4/OAC 12-2/OAC 11-3/OAC 12-2/OAC 11-2/OAC Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. 1-6/MCC 2-8/MCC

Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach Earl Williams Earl Williams Earl Williams Earl Williams Bradley/East Clarence Weed Frank Haggerty Frank Haggerty Frank Haggerty Frank Haggerty Frank Haggerty Fred Stanton Fred Stanton Fred Stanton Fred Stanton Fred Sefton Fred Sefton Fred Sefton Fred Sefton Fred Sefton James Coleman Fred Sefton Fred Sefton Howard Blair Howard Blair Howard Blair Howard Blair Howard Blair Howard Blair Howard Blair Howard Blair Howard Blair Paul Bixler Paul Bixler Paul Bixler Thomas Dowler Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Russ Beichly Tony Laterza Tony Laterza Tony Laterza Tony Laterza Tony Laterza Tony Laterza Tony Laterza Tony Laterza Tony Laterza Wyatt Webb Wyatt Webb Wyatt Webb Wyatt Webb Wyatt Webb Wyatt Webb Wyatt Webb Alex Adams Ken Cunningham Ken Cunningham Ken Cunningham

Year 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Overall 10-14 8-18 7-19 14-15 8-19 12-14 22-8 21-9 21-7 21-8 16-12 14-14 16-12 8-18 8-18 8-18 3-23 8-18 17-10 18-9 17-11 12-16 10-21 14-14 13-15 19-10 23-10 26-7 24-11 23-13 24-11 23-13 22-12 26-7

Conf. 6-8/OVC 5-9/OVC 3-13/OVC 7-7/OVC 3-11/OVC 6-8/OVC 10-4/OVC 9-5/OVC Ind. Ind. Ind. 5-11/MCC 10-6/MCC 3-15/MAC 2-16/MAC 4-14/MAC 0-18/MAC 6-12/MAC 13-5/MAC 12-6/MAC 11-7/MAC 9-9/MAC 5-13/MAC 9-9/MAC 7-11/MAC 11-7/MAC 14-4/MAC 13-3/MAC 11-5/MAC 10-6/MAC 12-4/MAC 9-7/MAC 13-3/MAC 14-2/MAC

Coach Ken Cunningham Bob Rupert Bob Rupert Bob Rupert Bob Rupert Bob Huggins Bob Huggins Bob Huggins Bob Huggins Bob Huggins Coleman Crawford Coleman Crawford Coleman Crawford Coleman Crawford Coleman Crawford Coleman Crawford Dan Hipsher Dan Hipsher Dan Hipsher Dan Hipsher Dan Hipsher Dan Hipsher Dan Hipsher Dan Hipsher Dan Hipsher Keith Dambrot Keith Dambrot Keith Dambrot Keith Dambrot Keith Dambrot Keith Dambrot Keith Dambrot Keith Dambrot Keith Dambrot

2012-13 Results

Date Opponent Score 11/09/12 at Coastal Carolina LOT, 70-74 11/12/12 JOHN CARROLL W, 97-53 11/15/12 vs Oklahoma State LOT, 65-69 11/16/12 vs UNC-Asheville W, 82-63 11/18/12 vs Penn State W, 85-60 12/02/12 MIDDLE-TENNESSEE WOT, 82-77 12/09/12 at Creighton L, 61-77 12/15/12 at Detroit L , 73-80 12/18/12 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF W. 76-46 12/23/12 CLEVELAND STATE W, 87-57 12/27/12 TEXAS SOUTHERN W, 83-68 12/30/12 PRINCETON W, 62-58 01/02/13 COPPIN STATE W, 91-63 01/09/13 *WESTERN MICHIGAN W, 65-43 01/12/13 *at Northern Illinois W, 68-53 01/16/13 *BALL STATE W, 71-64 01/19/13 *at Kent State W, 71-67 01/23/13 *at Toledo W, 71-56 01/26/13 *BUFFALO W, 68-64 01/30/13 *at Bowling Green W, 68-55 02/02/13 *OHIO W, 86-72 02/09/13 *at Miami W, 54-50 02/05/13 *CENTRAL MICHIGAN W, 68-56 02/13/13 *at Eastern Michigan W, 70-62 02/16/13 *BOWLING GREEN W, 67-50 02/22/13 NORTH DAKOTA STATE W, 68-53 02/27/13 *at Ohio WOT, 88-81 03/02/13 *at Buffalo L, 67-81 03/05/13 *MIAMI W, 72-58 03/08/13 *KENT STATE L, 64-68 03/15/13 vs Kent State W, 62-59 03/16/13 vs Ohio W, 65-46 03/21/13 vs VCU L, 42-88 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Akron School Records/Career Leaders Individual Game Points..........................................................................................47, Joe Jakubick vs. Murray State (2/5/83) Field Goals..............................19, Jim Fenton vs. Hiram (2/7/53) and Jim Beck vs. Capital (12/29/54) 3-Point FG’s.............................................................................. 11, Mark Alberts vs. Wright State (2/8/92) Free Throws....................................................................................20, Jim Fenton vs. John Carrol (1/6/54) Rebounds............................. 28, Mel Kiser vs. Capital (12/28/54); Ray Pryear vs. DePauw (12/30/58) Assists ...............................................................................13, Reggie Hannah vs. Western Illinois (1/7/78) Steals......................................................................................9, Jimmal Ball vs. Eastern Michigan (1/19/00) Blocked Shots...........................................9, Zeke Marshall vs. Kent State (3/12/11) & Toledo (1/23/13)

Akron Career Leaders Points 1. . ............................................................2,583, Joe Jakubick (1980-1984) 2. .....................................................................2,023, Len Paul (1969-1973) 3. ...................................................... 1,810, Eric McLaughlin (1985-1989) 4. .............................................................. 1,657, John Britton (1975-1979) 5. .................................................................1,630, Bill Turner (1962-1967) 6. .............................................................. 1, 577, Jimmal Ball (1997-2000) 7. ..........................................................1,491, Romeo Travis (2004-2007) 8. ...........................................................1,445, Don Williams (1963-1967) 9. ...............................................................1,442, Alex Adams (1959-1961) 10. ................................................................1,437, Bob Smith (1964-1968)

Season

Rebounds

Points.................................................................................................................827, Joe Jakubick (1982-1983)

1. . ........................................................... 1,360, Fred Golding (1956-1959) 2. ............................................................1,218, Don Williams (1963-1967) 3. ..................................................................1,213, Ray Pryear (1956-1959) 4. ...................................................................1,171, Bill Turner (1962-1967) 5........................................................................1,021, Len Paul (1969-1973) 6. .......................................................996, Frank Thompson (1962-1966) 7. ..................................................................872, Alex Adams (1959-1961) 8. ............................................................. 801, Harvey Glover (1969-1973) 9. ............................................................ 783, Romeo Travis (2004-2007) 10. ........................................................777 Jeremiah Wood (2004-2008)

Field Goals........................................................................................................304, Joe Jakubick (1983-1984) 3-Point FG’s.....................................................................................................122, Mark Alberts (1989-1990) Free Throws.....................................................................................................206, Joe Jakubick (1983-1984) Rebounds........................................................................................................ 400, Fred Golding (1956-1957) Assists................................................................................................................... 173, Alex Abreu (2012-2013) Steals................................................................................................................... 75, Roy Coleman (1991-1992) Blocked Shots.................................................................................................... 122, Zeke Marshall (2012-13)

Assists

Career Points.............................................................................................................. 2,583 Joe Jakubick (1980-1984) Field Goals.......................................................................................................1,913 Joe Jakubick (1980-1984) 3-Point FG’s.....................................................................................................375, Mark Alberts (1988-1993) Free Throws.................................................................................................... 584, Joe Jakubick (1980-1984) Rebounds.......................................................................................................1,360 Fred Golding (1956-1959) Assists................................................................................................................... 503, Dru Joyce (2004-2007) Steals...................................................................................................................242, Jimmal Ball (1997-2000) Blocked Shots............................................................................................... 368, Zeke Marshall (2010-2013)

1. . ...................................................................503. Dru Joyce (2004-2007) 2. ........................................................ 476, Eric McLaughlin (1985-1989) 3.....................................................................450, Alex Abreu (2011-2013) 4. .................................................................. 391, Jimmal Ball (1997-2000) 5. .................................................................351, Nate Barnett (1972-1975) 6. ...........................................................344, Andy Hipsher (2000-2004) 7. .................................................................. 326, Nick Dials (2006-2008) 8................................................................318, Steve McNees (2008-2011) 9. ................................................................300, Joe Jakubick (1980-1984) 10. ............................................................... 276, Jami Bosley (1998-2000)

Steals

Team Game Points.............................................................................126, vs. Kenyon (1/18/64) and vs. Hiram (2/25/61) Field Goals......................................................................................................................57 vs. Hiram (2/25/61) 3-Point FG’s.............................................................................................................19 vs. Denison (12/7/2005) Free Throws............................................................................................................ 40 vs. Marietta (12/12/56) Rebounds................................................................................................... 93 vs. Baldwin-Wallace (12/1/94)

Season Points............................................................................................................................................ 2,524 (2010-11) Field Goals................................................................................................................................. 946 (1985-1986) 3-Point FG’s...................................................................................................................................294 (2007-08) Free Throws..............................................................................................................................585 (1999-2000) Rebounds................................................................................................................................. 1,629 (1956-1957) Most Consecutive Wins........................................................................................................... 21 (1958-1959)

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1. . ................................................................ 242, Jimmal Ball (1997-2000) 2. ................................................................ 189, Joe Jakubick (1980-1984) 3. .............................................................. 186, Nate Linhart (2006-2009) 4.......................................................... 177, Eric McLaughlin (1985-1989) 5. ..................................................................165, Jami Bosley (1998-2000) 6. ............................................................156, Shawn Roberts (1985-1989) 7. ............................................................140, Andy Hipsher (2000-2004) 8..................................................................136, Roy Coleman (1991-1992) 9. ....................................................................135, Alex Abreu (2011-2013) 10. ................................................. 131, Cedrick Middleton (2005-2008)

Blocked Shots 1............................................................... 368, Zeke Marshall (2010-2013) 2. .............................................................165, Romeo Travis (2004-2007) 3. ......................................................... 109, Bruce Weinkein (1998-2001) 4. ...........................................................107, George Phillips (1996-2000) 5................................................................... 86, Rob Preston (2001-2006) 6. .....................................................82, Joel Price (1978-1979, 1980-1981) 7. ..............................................76, David Mason (1978-1979, 1980-1981) 8. .............................................................. 65, Quade Milum (2005-2008) 9......................................................................59, Mike Bardo (2008-2011) 10................................................................. 53, Nate Linhart (2006-2009)


Ball State Cardinals Team Information Quick Facts Location......................................................................................Muncie, Ind. President: ......................................................................Dr. Jo Ann M. Gora Athletics Director: .......................................................................Bill Scholl Enrollment: ............................................................................................17,728 Founded: ................................................................................................... 1918 First Year of MAC Basketball:........................................................1975-76 Joined MAC...............................................................................................1973 Nickname: .......................................................................................Cardinals Colors: . ........................................................................... Cardinal & White Athletics Website: . .......................................www.ballstatesports.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account............................... @BallStateMBB

TEAM FACTS Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ..............................................................7/3 Starters Returning/Lost: ......................................................................... 3/2 2012-13 Overall Record: ........................................................................15-15 Home..........................................................................................................8-8 Away........................................................................................................... 7-6 Neutral........................................................................................................0-1 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:...............................................8-8/3rd West Home.......................................................................................................... 3-5 Away........................................................................................................... 5-3 2012-13 Postseason: .................. Lost to Buffalo in MAC 1st Rd., 61-76

TEAM HISTORY All-Time Record: . .................................................. 1143-1038-1 (92 years) All-Time MAC Record: .............................................. 347-297 (38 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ....................................32/37-26 (.587) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . .................................................... 7/ 2000 NCAA Appearances/Record: ................................................. 7/3-7 (.300) Last NCAA Appearance: ......................................................................2000 NIT Appearances/Record: ..................................................... 4/3-4 (.429) Last NIT Appearance: ...........................................................................2002

2013-14 Schedule

Date Opponent Time November 4 Marian (Exh.) 7 p.m. 9 at Indiana State 1 p.m. 12 Taylor 7 p.m. 18 Southeast Missouri 7 p.m. 23 Butler 2 p.m. 27 at Utah 9 p.m. 30 at Cleveland State 7 p.m. December 4 Valparaiso 7 p.m. 17 at Marquette 8 p.m. 21 at Southern Illinois 8 p.m. 30 at James Madison 8 p.m. January 3 Oakland City 7 p.m. 8 *Akron 7 p.m. 11 *at Kent State TBA 15 *at Ohio 8 p.m. (TWC) 18 *Miami 2 p.m. 23 *Buffalo 8 p.m. (TWC) 26 *at Western Michigan 2 p.m. 29 *at Akron 7 p.m. February 1 *Northern Illinois 2 p.m. 5 *at Buffalo 7 p.m. 8 *Toledo 2 p.m. 12 *Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. 15 *Bowling Green 4 p.m. 19 *at Central Michigan 7 p.m. 23 *at Toledo 6 p.m. (TWC) 26 *Western Michigan 6 p.m. (TWC) March 1 *Central Michigan 2 p.m. 4 *at Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. 7 or 8 *at Northern Illinois TBA * Mid-American Conference Game Home games in BOLD

Roster n o name

0 1 2 3 4 5 11 12 13 14 15 20 32 34 44 55

Kameran Madison Zavier Turner Matt Kamieniecki Quinten Payne Kindon Crowder Rocco Belcaster Kaleb Mallory Bo Calhoun Mark Alstork Chase Brogna Franko House Chris Bond Jesse Berry Tyler Koch Mading Thok Majok Majok

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ht

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

wt 185 170 238 190 170 201 140 228 190 181 245 195 192 229 200 245

yr

hometown (school)

Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. R-Fr. Sr.

Roster Breakdown

Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Jesse Berry G Sr. 12.8 2.1 2.5 Chris Bond G Sr. 8.9 6.1 1.4 Mjaok Majok F Sr. 10.7 9.8 0.7 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Zach Fields C Sr. 3.1 2.3 0.3 Jauwan Scaife G Sr. 16.6 2.6 2.6 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Chase Brogna G So. 1.0 0.2 0.5 Bo Calhoun F So. 1.7 1.7 0.1 Matt Kamieniecki F Sr. 4.6 5.9 1.1 Tyler Koch F Sr. 1.5 2.0 0.7 Additional Returnees Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Rocco Belcaster F R-Fr. -- -- -Kindon Crowder G Sr. -- -- -Kameran Madison G Jr. -- -- -Mading Thok C R-Fr. -- -- -Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Marcus Posley G Sr. 6.5 2.0 2.9 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Mark Alstork G Fr. 6-4 190 Franko House F Fr. 6-6 245 Zavier Turner G Fr. 5-9 170 Kaleb Mallory G Fr. 5-8 140 Quinten Payne G Fr. 6-5 190

Gary, Ind. (Purdue Calumet) Indianapolis, Ind. (Pike) Clarkston, Mich. (Clarkston) St. Charles, Ill. (St. Charles North) Chicago, Ill. (Munster) Berwyn, Ill. (Morton) Muncie, Ind. (Central) South Bend, Ind. (Washington) Dayton, Ohio (Thurgood Marshall) Houston, Texas (St. Thomas) Elkhart, Ind. (Concord) Gary, Ind. (Bowman Academy) Lafayette, Ind. (Jefferson) Winchester, Ind. (Wright State) Boyden, Iowa (Western Christian) Perth, Australia (Midland College)

2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games.................................................................30 Field Goal Pct..........................656/1542 (.425) Three Point FG Pct...................177/542 (.327) Free Throw Pct......................... 468/718 (.652) Offensive Rebounds.................................... 369 Defense Rebounds....................................... 699 Total Rebounds......................1068 (35.6 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................ 516 Foul Outs............................................................5 Assists .............................................................356 Turnovers....................................................... 455 Blocks..................................................................71 Steals................................................................ 193 Points....................................... 1957 (65.2 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct.............................353/796(.443) Three Point FG Pct.................. 100/304 (.329) Free Throw Pct......................... 240/377 (.637) Offensive Rebounds.....................................189 Defense Rebounds....................................... 369 Total Rebounds....................... 558 (34.9 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 282 Foul Outs............................................................2 Assists .............................................................195 Turnovers........................................................253 Blocks.................................................................32 Steals.................................................................115 Points.......................................1046 (65.4 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Ball State Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Tyson Mathews (temathews@bsu.edu) 765.285.8242 (O)/765.716.7235 (C) Newspapers Beat Writer Office Phone Muncie Star Press Tom St. Myer (tmyer@muncie.gannett.com) 765.213.5813 Daily News TBA (sports@bsudailynews.com) 765.285.8255 Radio Color/Play-By-Play Office Phone Ball State Radio Network PBP: Joel Godett (jgodett@bsu.edu) 765.285.8242 Color: David Eha WCRD-Radio Director: Luke Martin (lpmartin.bsu@gmail.com) 765.285.1467 Television Ball State Sports Network Ball State SportsLink

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information Head Coach......................................................................................................................................................................................James Whitford Alma Mater: . .....................................................................................................................................................................................Wisconsin, ‘94 Hometown:......................................................................................................................................................................................... Madison, Wis. Birth Date:.................................................................................................................................................................................................July 23, 1971 Playing Career:....................................................................................................................................................................................................... N/A Overall Record: . ......................................................................................................................................................First Season As Head Coach School Record: .......................................................................................................................................................................................First Season MAC Record: ........................................................................................................................................................................................First Season MAC Tournament Appearances (Record):.................................................................................................................................................... N/A NCAA Tournament Appearances (Record):................................................................................................................................................. N/A NIT Appearances (Record):............................................................................................................................................................................... N/A

Previous Coaching Experience University of Arizona.......................................................................................................................................Associate Head Coach (2011-13) University of Arizona................................................................................................................................................. Assistant Coach (2009-11) Xavier University.................................................................................................................................................. Assistant Coach (2005-2009) Miami University................................................................................................................................................... Assistant Coach (1998-2005)

WHITFORD’S Year-By-Year

Whitford vs. The MAC

vs. Akron . .............................................0-0 Year School Overall Conference Postseason vs. Bowling Green................................0-0 First Season As Head Coach -- -- -- -vs. Buffalo .............................................0-0 Career vs. Central Michigan..........................0-0 vs. Eastern Michigan .........................0-0 vs. Kent State........................................0-0 vs. Miami ..............................................0-0 Assistant Coaches vs. Northern Illinois............................0-0 vs. Ohio...................................................0-0 Brett Nelson (Associate).............................................................................................................................................Florida, 2004 (1st Season) vs. Toledo . ............................................0-0 Jason Grunkemeyer........................................................................................................................................................Miami, 2001 (1st Season) vs. Western Michigan........................0-0 Billy Wright....................................................................................................................................................................Bradley, 1996 (1st Season) Jaron Henry, Director of Basketball Operations...................................................................................................Arizona, 2011 (1st Season)

bALL sTATE All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach 1920-21

Frank Graham

Seasons Record 1

1921-25, 29-30 Paul (Billy) Williams 5

Pct.

1-4

.250

36-34-1

.514

1925-30

Paul Parker

5

55-34

.618

1930-38

Branch McCracken 8

86-57

.601

1938-48

Pete Phillips

10

82-71

.536

1948-52

Dick Stealy

4

36-42

.462

1952-54

Robert Primmer

2

20-23

.465

1954-68

Jim Hinga

14

154-169

.477

1968-72

Bud Getchell

4

30-67

.309

1972-77

Jim Holstein

5

55-70

.440

1977-82

Steve Yoder

5

77-62

.554

1982-87

Al Brown

5

68-75

.476

1987-89

Rick Majerus

2

43-17

.717

1989-93

Dick Hunsaker

4

97-34

.740

1993-00

Ray McCallum

7

126-76

.624

2000-06

Tim Buckley

6

93-87

.516

2006-07

Ronny Thompson

1

9-22

.290

2007-13

Billy Taylor

6

84-99

.459

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jOHN e. wORTHEN ARENA Capacity: .................................................................................................................................................. 11,500 Press Row Phone: .................................................................................................................(765) 285-8930 Largest Crowd: ........................................................................................................... 11,500 (Seven Times) Year Opened: ..............................................................................................................................................1992 All-Time Arena Record: ......................................................................................................................225-89


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91

1-4 -- 6-7 -- 9-6-1 -- 4-9 -- 8-7 -- 8-9 -- 13-5 -- 17-7 -- 8-8 -- 9-5 -- 9-5 -- 9-7 -- 7-9 -- 9-10 -- 9-9 -- 13-7 -- 13-6 -- 17-4 -- 10-10 -- 12-6 -- 8-9 -- 7-11 -- 7-10 -- No Games Played 10-3 -- 7-9 -- 9-8 -- 12-5 -- 12-6 -- 9-9 -- 8-12 -- 7-15 -- 11-11 -- 9-12 -- 8-12 -- 10-14 -- 19-8 -- 13-11 -- 7-15 -- 5-17 -- 12-11 -- 12-10 -- 15-9 -- 17-8 -- 9-13 -- 10-15 -- 7-14 -- 10-12 -- 7-16 -- 8-16 -- 6-20 -- 9-15 -- 9-15 -- 14-12 -- 10-15 -- 11-14 5-11/MAC 11-14 7-9/MAC 10-15 6-10/MAC 16-11 9-7/MAC 14-15 7-9/MAC 20-10 10-6/MAC 17-11 12-4/MAC 17-12 10-8/MAC 8-19 5-13/MAC 13-16 8-10/MAC 21-10 11-7/MAC 9-18 4-12/MAC 14-14 8-8 /MAC 29-3 14-2/MAC 26-7 13-3/MAC 21-10 10-6/MAC

Conf.

Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

Frank V. Graham Paul B. Williams Paul B. Williams Paul B. Williams Paul B. Williams Paul Parker Paul Parker Paul Parker Paul Parker Paul Parker/Paul B. Williams Branch McCracken Branch McCracken Branch McCracken Branch McCracken Branch McCracken Branch McCracken Branch McCracken Branch McCracken Pete Phillips Pete Phillips Pete Phillips Pete Phillips Pete Phillips

1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

24-9 26-8 16-12 19-11 16-12 16-13 21-8 16-11 22-9 18-12 23-12 13-17 14-15 15-13 10-18 9-22 6-24 14-17 15-15 19-13 15-15 15-15

11-5/MAC 14-4/MAC 11-7/MAC 11-7/MAC 11-7/MAC 9-9/MAC 14-4/MAC 10-8/MAC 11-7/MAC 11-7/MAC 12-6/MAC 8-10/MAC 10-8/MAC 10-8/MAC 6-12/MAC 5-11/MAC 5-11/MAC 7-9/MAC 8-8/MAC 10-6/MAC 6-10/MAC 8-8/MAC

Pete Phillips Pete Phillips Pete Phillips Pete Phillips Dick Stealy Dick Stealy Dick Stealy Dick Stealy Bob Primmer Bob Primmer Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Jim Hinga Bud Getchell Bud Getchell Bud Getchell Bud Getchell Jim Holstein Jim Holstein Jim Holstein Jim Holstein Jim Holstein Steve Yoder Steve Yoder Steve Yoder Steve Yoder Steve Yoder Al Brown Al Brown Al Brown Al Brown Al Brown Rick Majerus Rick Majerus Dick Hunsaker Dick Hunsaker

Coach Dick Hunsaker Dick Hunsaker Ray McCallum Ray McCallum Ray McCallum Ray McCallum Ray McCallum Ray McCallum Ray McCallum Tim Buckley Tim Buckley Tim Buckley Tim Buckley Tim Buckley Tim Buckley Ronny Thompson Billy Taylor Billy Taylor Billy Taylor Billy Taylor Billy Taylor Billy Taylor

2012-13 Results

Date Opponent Score 11/11/12 GRAMBLING STATE W, 78-51 11/16/12 WOFFORD W, 66-61 11/20/12 INDIANA STATE L, 48-68 11/25/12 at Indiana L, 53-101 11/28/12 CLEVELAND STATE L, 63-69 12/01/12 at Butler L, 53-67 12/5/12 HOLY CORSS (IND.) W, 76-57 12/08/12 SOUTH DAKOTA W, 62-51 12/15/12 at South Dakota W, 80-73 12/18/12 at Purdue L , 56-66 12/23/12 IUPUI L, 68-77 01/02/13 NORFOLK STATE W, 62-61 01/09/13 *at Eastern Michigan W, 60-58 01/12/13 *KENT STATE L, 47-61 01/16/13 *at Akron L, 64-71 01/19/13 *at Central Michigan L, 57-71 01/23/13 *BUFFALO L, 63-66 01/26/13 *at Miami W, 82-62 01/30/13 *TOLEDO L, 78-85 02/02/13 * at Bowling Green L, 59-70 02/06/13 *OHIO L, 42-69 02/09/13 *WESTERN MICHIGAN W, 65-62 02/13/13 * at Northern Illinois W, 56-52 02/16/13 *EASTERN MICHIGAN L, 50-56 02/23/13 at So. East Missouri St W, 85-82 02/27/13 *CENTRAL MICHIGAN W, 95-90 03/02/13 *at Toledo W, 86-72 03/05/13 * at Western Michigan W, 89-85 03/09/13 *NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 53-51 03/13/13 vs Buffalo L , 61-76 * Mid-American Conference Game

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Ball State School Records/Career Leaders Individual Game Points..................................................................................................48, Chris Williams vs. Akron (1/4/03) Field Goals.......................................................................20, Terry Stillabower vs. Indiana State (1/11/67) 3-Point FG’s................................................................................ 8, Dennis Trammell vs. Marshall (2/6/05) Free Throws............................................................19, Dan Palombizio vs. Western Michigan (1/23/85) Rebounds.............. 27, Ed Butler vs. Northern Illinois (12/28/61); Ed Butler vs. Valparaiso (1/12/63) Assists....................................................................................................19, Bob Faulkner vs. Racine (2/2/74) Steals............................................................................................................ 10, Bonzi Wells vs. Ohio (1/3/96) Blocked Shots...................................................................11, Charles Smith vs. Central Michigan (1/7/87)

Season Points...........................................................................................................762, Dan Palombizio (1984-1985)

Ball STATE Career Leaders Points 1. . ............................................................2,485, Bonzi Wells (1994-1998) 2. .........................................................2,109, Ray McCallum (1979-1983) 3. ....................................................... 1,747, Larry Bullington (1971-1974) 4. ........................................................1,729, Derrick Wesley (1984-1988) 5. ............................................................ 1,685, Jim Regenold (1969-1972) 6............................................................... 1,623, Jarrod Jones (2008-2012) 7..............................................................1,599, Theron Smith (1999-2002 8........................................................ 1,595, Duane Clemens (1996-2000) 9............................................................... 1,440, Steve Payne (1992-1995) 10. .......................................................1,383, Peyton Stovall (2003-2008)

Rebounds

Blocked Shots................................................................................................... 89, Lonnie Jones (2001-2002)

1. . ....................................................................1,231, Ed Butler (1961-1964) 2. ........................................................ 1,000, Randy Boarden (1975-1979) 3.................................................................. 981, Jarrod Jones (2008-2012) 4. ................................................................. 885, Steve Payne (1992-1995) 5. .............................................................882, Theron Smith (1999-2002) 6. ................................................................ 843, Bonzi Wells (1994-1998) 7. .......................................................... 732, Mike Readnour (1959-1962) 8. ............................................................686, George Bradley (1978-1981) 9. ...............................................................678, Lonnie Jones (1998-2002) 10. ............................................................ 654, Wilbur Davis (1955-1959)

Career

Assists

Field Goals....................................................................................................... 292, Jim Regenold (1970-1971) 3-Point FG’s..................................................................................................90, Chris Williams (2001-2002) Free Throws..............................................................................................220, Chris Williams (2002-2003) Rebounds............................................................................................................... 442, Ed Butler (1963-1964) Assists........................................................................................................ 207, Jamie Matthews (1992-1992) Steals................................................................................................................... 103, Bonzi Wells (1997-1998)

Points..............................................................................................................2,485, Bonzi Wells (1994-1998) Field Goals.........................................................................................................913, Bonzi Wells (1994-1998) 3-Point FG’s.................................................................................................. 203, Jauwan Scaife (2009-2013) Free Throws......................................................................................................517, Bonzi Wells (1994-1998) Rebounds.............................................................................................................. 1,231, Ed Butler (1961-1964) Assists...................................................................................................................... 573, Jim Hahn (1975-1979) Steals.................................................................................................................. 347, Bonzi Wells (1994-1998) Blocked Shots..................................................................................................301, Lonnie Jones (1998-2002)

1. . ......................................................................573, Jim Hahn (1975-1979) 2. .............................................................. 481, Chris Shelton (1982-1986) 3.................................................................446, Randy Davis (2008-2012) 4. .................................................................430, Mike Spicer (1988-1992) 5. ..............................................................406, Scott Nichols (1986-1990) 6. ................................................................ 386, Bonzi Wells (1994-1998) 7. ......................................................... 349, Patrick Jackson (1998-2002) 7.............................................................349, Peyton Stovall (2003-2008) 9. ............................................................ 344, John Williams (1979-1982) 10............................................................340, Randy Zachary (1993-1997)

Steals

Rebounds....................................................................................................................76 vs. Wabash (12/11/63)

1. . ................................................................347, Bonzi Wells (1994-1998) 2. .........................................................249, Duane Clemens (1996-2000) T3. ..........................................................172, Ray McCallum (1979-1983) T3...........................................................172, Mickey Hosier (1996-2000) 5. ..............................................................167, John Williams (1979-1982) 6. ............................................................163, Peyton Stovall (2003-2008) 7. .............................................................. 145, Chris Shelton (1982-1986) 8.................................................................... 144, Mike Spcer (1988-1992) 9. ................................................................... 137, Scott Nichols (1986-90) 10. .............................................................132, Patrick Jackson (1998-02)

Season

Blocked Shots

Team Game Points......................................................................................................................... 123 vs. Franklin (1/27/65) Field Goals..................................................................................................................53 vs. Franklin (1/27/65) 3-Point FG’s...................................................................................................................16 vs. IUPUI (12/15/01) Free Throws............................................................................................................. 41 vs. Earlham (12/30/54)

Points....................................................................................................................................... 2,731 (2001-2002) Field Goals.................................................................................................................................927 (2001-2002) 3-Point FG’s............................................................................................................................... 310 (2001-2002) Free Throws...............................................................................................................................608 (1992-1993) Rebounds.................................................................................................................................1,405 (1989-1990)

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1. . .............................................................. 301, Lonnie Jones (1998-2002) 2. .............................................................131, Randy Boarden (1975-1979) 3. ................................................................. 115, Jarrod Jones (2008-2012) 4. ..............................................................110, Charles Smith (1985-1987) 5.............................................................. 106, George Bradley (1977-1981) 6. ...................................................................101, Steve Payne (1992-1995) 7. ...................................................................92, Bonzi Wells (1994-1998) 8. ...............................................................85, Roman Muller (1988-1990) 9. ..................................................................61, Mike Chesser (1981-1985) 10. ................................................................58, Steve Turner (1990-1993)


Bowling Green Falcons Team Information Quick Facts Location...................................................................... Bowling Green, Ohio President: .................................................................Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey Athletics Director: ............................................................. Chris Kingston Enrollment: ............................................................................................17,234 Founded: ................................................................................................... 1910 First Year of MAC Basketball:....................................................... 1953-54 Joined MAC...............................................................................................1952 Nickname: .......................................................................................... Falcons Colors: . ............................................................................. Orange & Brown Athletics Website: . .............................................www.bgsufalcons.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account.............................@BGSUMHoops

Team Facts Letterwinners Returning/Lost: .............................................................8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: ......................................................................... 2/3 2012-13 Overall Record: ........................................................................13-19 Home.........................................................................................................11-5 Away..........................................................................................................1-12 Neutral........................................................................................................1-2 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:................................................. 7-9/5th East Home..........................................................................................................6-2 Away............................................................................................................1-7 2012-13 Postseason: ....................... lost to Miami in MAC 1st Rd., 52-63

Roster n o name

pos

ht

wt

yr

0 1 2 3 4 10 11 20 21 22 33 35

C G G F G F G G G/F F F F/C

6-10 6-4 6-1 6-7 6-2 6-6 5-11 6-1 6-4 6-8 6-9 6-10

226 177 178 202 180 217 160 181 201 232 230 258

R-So. Fr. R-Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

Josh Gomez JD Tisdale Anthony Henderson Spencer Parker Zack Denny Craig Sealey Damarkeo Lyshe Jehvon Clarke Chauncey Orr Richaun Holmes Garrett Mayleben Cameron Black

Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Cameron Black

F/C Sr.

3.4

4.3

0.6

Chauncey Orr

G/F Jr.

7.5

3.7

1.6

Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg.

All-Time Record: . ....................................................1,287-1086 (98 years) All-Time MAC Record: ..............................................467-433 (60 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ....................................30/ 18-31 (.367) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . .......................................................... N/A NCAA Appearances/Record: .................................................. 4/1-5 (.167) Last NCAA Appearance: .......................................................................1968 NIT Appearances/Record: .......................................................9/1-9 (.100) Last NIT Appearance: ...........................................................................2009

A’uston Calhoun

F

Sr.

15.1

7.1

0.7

Jordon Crawford

G

Sr.

15.0

2.6

4.3

Luke Kraus

G

Sr.

4.1

2.2

1.6

Date Opponent Time November 2 Malone (Exh.) 2 p.m. 9 Earlham 2 p.m. 15 South Florida 8:30 p.m. (ESPN3) 21 #at Wisconsin 8 p.m. 23 #at Saint Louis TBA 26 #vs. Presbyterian TBA 27 #vs. Oral Roberts/Georgia Southern TBA December 2 Western Kentucky 7 p.m. 7 at Xavier 2 p.m. 11 North Dakota 7 p.m. 15 at Morehead State 2 p.m. 22 Detroit 2 p.m. 29 at Wright State 3 p.m. January 2 IPFW 7 p.m. 8 *Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. 12 *Northern Illinois 4:30 p.m. 15 *Central Michigan 7 p.m. 19 *at Western Michigan 7 p.m. (TWC) 22 *at Ohio TBA 25 *Miami 2 p.m. 29 *at Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. February 2 *Buffalo 2 p.m. 5 *at Toledo 7 p.m. 9 *Akron 6 p.m. (TWC) 12 *at Kent State TBA 15 *at Ball State TBA 20 *Toledo 7 p.m. 23 *at Miami TBA 26 *Kent State 7 p.m. March 1 *at Akron TBA 4 *Ohio 7 p.m. 7 or 8 *at Buffalo 2:30 p.m. * Mid-American Conference Game # Cancun Challenge (Home Sites/Cancun, Mexico) Home games in BOLD

Bronx, N.Y. (Rice) Flint, Mich. (Swartz Creek) Toledo, Ohio (Start) West Bloomfield, Mich. (West Bloomfield) Germantown, Ohio (Valley View) Columbus, Ohio (Brookhaven) Westerville, Ohio (Westerville South) Canton, Ohio (Timken) Bowling Green, Ohio (Bowling Green) Lockport, Ill. (Lockport) Milford, Ohio (Milford) Kent, Ohio (Roosevelt)

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Roster Breakdown

Team History

2013-14 Schedule

hometown (school)

Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Jehvon Clarke

G

Jr.

3.4

1.7

Richaun Holmes

F

Jr.

6.5

5.0 2.2 blks

1.2

Anthony Henderson

G R-Jr. 3.5

2.1

Damarkeo Lyshe

G

Jr.

1.8

0.0

0.0

Spencer Parker

F

So.

1.6

1.1

0.4

Craig Sealey

F

Sr.

3.1

2.0

0.2

0.8

Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Josh Gomez

C

So. 6-10

Zack Denny

G

Fr.

6-2

226 180

Garrett Mayleben

F

Fr.

6-9

230

JD Tisdale

G

Fr.

6-4

177

Overall Games.................................................................32 Field Goal Pct........................... 753/1795 (.419) Three Point FG Pct................... 158/516 (.306) Free Throw Pct......................... 346/484 (.715) Offensive Rebounds.................................... 349 Defense Rebounds....................................... 746 Total Rebounds......................1095 (34.2 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................ 515 Foul Outs............................................................4 Assists .............................................................385 Turnovers........................................................410 Blocks............................................................... 136 Steals............................................................... 236 Points......................................2,010 (62.8 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct............................ 376/868 (.433) Three Point FG Pct....................69/224 (.308) Free Throw Pct...........................168/231 (.727) Offensive Rebounds.....................................162 Defense Rebounds........................................378 Total Rebounds........................540 (33.8 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................257 Foul Outs.............................................................1 Assists ............................................................. 188 Turnovers....................................................... 222 Blocks................................................................ 64 Steals.................................................................116 Points......................................... 989 (61.8 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Bowling Green Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Kevin Davis (daviskl@bgsu.edu) 419.372.7077 (O)/814.464.5009 (C) Newspapers Beat Writer Office Phone The Sentinel Tribune Jack Carle (sports@sentinel-tribune.com) 419.352.4611 Toledo Blade John Wagner (jwagner@theblade.com) 419.724.6110 The BG News (student) Cameron Teague (thenews@bgnews.com) 419.372.9891 Radio BGSU Radio Network Television WNWO-TV (NBC-24) WTVG-TV (ABC-13) WTOL-TV (CBS-11) Fox Toledo (FOX-36)

Color/Play-By-Play PBP: Todd Walker

Office Phone 419.223.2060

Sports Director Will Kunkel (wkunkel@wnwo.com) Dave Holmes (David.Holmes@abc.com) Dan Cummins (dcummins@wtol.com) Dan Cummins (dcummins@wtol.com)

Office Phone 419.535.0664 419.534.3865 419.248.1197 419.248.1197

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Coaching Information/Stadium Facts Coaches Information

Head Coach:.................................................................................................................................................................................................Louis Orr Alma Mater: . .........................................................................................................................................................................................Syracuse, ‘80 Hometown:..................................................................................................................................................................................... Cincinnati, Ohio Birth Date:.................................................................................................................................................................................................May 7, 1958 Playing Career:.......................................................................................................................................................................... Syracuse, (1976-80) Overall Record: . ...........................................................................................................................................................................189-181 (12 years) School Record: .................................................................................................................................................................................89-101 (6 years) MAC Record: .................................................................................................................................................................................. 48-48 (6 years) MAC Tournament Appearances/Record:..................................................................................................................................................... 6/2-6 NCAA Tournament Appearances/Record:....................................................................................................................................................2/1-2 NIT Appearances/Record:................................................................................................................................................................................2/0-2

Previous Coaching Experience

Seton Hall University....................................................................................................................................................... Head Coach (2001-06) Siena College....................................................................................................................................................................... Head Coach (2000-01) Syracuse University....................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1996-99) Providence College.....................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1994-96) Xavier University........................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1990-94)

oRR’s Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Postseason 2000-01 Siena 20-11 -- -2001-06 Seton Hall 80-69 -- -2007-08 Bowling Green 13-17 7-9 -2008-09 Bowling Green 19-14 11-5 NIT Tournament (0-1) 2009-10 Bowling Green 14-16 6-10 -2010-11 Bowling Green 14-19 8-8 -2011-12 Bowling Green 16-16 9-7 CollegeInsider.Com (0-1) 2012-13 Bowling Green 13-19 7-9 -Career 12 years (6 MAC) 189-181 (.511) 48-48 (.500) 1-5 (.166)

Orr vs. The MAC

vs. Akron . ............................................1-12 vs. Ball State ..........................................5-1 vs. Buffalo .............................................6-6 vs. Central Michigan..........................2-5 vs. Eastern Michigan.......................... 3-3 vs. Kent State........................................ 5-7 vs. Miami............................................... 6-7 Assistant Coaches vs. Northern Illinois............................7-0 vs. Ohio................................................... 7-6 LaMonta Stone.................................................................................................................................................Wayne State, 1999 (10th Season) vs. Toledo . ............................................5-2 Louis Twigg..............................................................................................................................................................Temple, 2002 (Sixth Season) vs. Western Michigan........................3-5 Dennis Hopson.................................................................................................................................................... Ohio State, 1987 (Fifth Season) Megan Centers, Director of Basketball Operations..........................................................................Bowling Green, 2009 (Fifth Season)

Bowling Green All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach

Seasons Record

Pct.

1915-20

F.G. Beyerman

6

24-38

.387

1921-22

Earl Krieger

1

4-10

.286

1922-23

Allen Snyder

1

9-4

.692

1923-24

R.B. McCandless

1

3-15

.167

1924-25

Warren Steller

1

9-5

.540

1925-42

Paul Landis

17

156-133

.540

1942-63

Harold Anderson

21

367-193

.655

1963-67

Warren Scholler

4

43-52

.453

1967-68

Bill Fitch

1

18-7

.720

1968-71

Bob Conibear

3

31-42

.425

1971-76

Pat Haley

5

62-69

.473

1976-86

John Weinert

10

146-133

.523

1986-97

Jim Larranaga

11

170-144

.541

1997-07

Dan Dakich

10

156-140

.530

2007-pr.

Louis Orr

6

89-101

.468

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Stroh Center Capacity: ......................................................................................................................Stroh Center (4,280) Press Row Phone: ......................................................................................................................419.372.7806 Largest Crowd: ....................................................................................................4,421 vs. Toledo (2/11/12) Year Opened: ...............................................................................................................................................2011 All-Time Arena Record: .......................................................................................................................... 23-9


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

3-8 2-6 6-5 2-5 4-9 8-7 4-10 9-4 3-15 9-5 10-3 12-7 9-7 6-11 5-11 10-5 6-12 9-5 10-5 6-9 7-8 4-11 16-4 12-7 16-5 10-11 8-12 18-5 22-4 22-4 27-5 28-7 27-6 24-7 19-11 15-12 17-10 12-5 17-7 6-16 4-19 14-9 15-8 18-8 10-14 10-14 21-4 19-8 14-9 9-15 9-15 11-13 18-7 9-15 15-9 7-18 4-20 13-13 15-11 18-10 12-15 9-18 12-15 14-13 20-10 15-12 18-11 21-9 18-10 12-15 7-20 15-14 12-16 13-15

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Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

F.G. Beyerman F.G. Beyerman F.G. Beyerman F.G. Beyerman F.G. Beyerman F.G. Beyerman E.C. Krieger Allen Snyder R.B. McCandless Warren Steller Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Paul Landis Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Warren Scholler Warren Scholler Warren Scholler Warren Scholler Bill Fitch Bob Conibear Bob Conibear Bob Conibear Pat Haley Pat Haley Pat Haley Pat Haley Pat Haley John Weinert John Weinert John Weinert John Weinert John Weinert John Weinert John Weinert John Weinert John Weinert John Weinert Jim Larranaga Jim Larranaga Jim Larranaga

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

18-11 17-13 14-15 11-16 18-10 16-11 14-13 22-10 10-16 18-10 22-8 15-14 24-9 13-16 14-17 18-11 9-21 13-18 13-17 19-14 14-16 14-19 16-16 13-19

9-7/MAC 9-7/MAC 8-8/MAC 8-10/MAC 12-6/MAC 10-8/MAC 9-9/MAC 13-5/MAC 7-11/MAC 12-6/MAC 14-4/MAC 10-8/MAC 12-6/MAC 8-10/MAC 8-10/MAC 10-8/MAC 5-13/MAC 3-13/MAC 7-9/MAC 11-5/MAC 6-10/MAC 8-8/MAC 9-7/MAC 7-9/MAC

Coach Jim Larranaga Jim Larranaga Jim Larranaga Jim Larranaga Jim Larranaga Jim Larranaga Jim Larranaga Jim Larranaga Dan Dakich Dan Dakich Dan Dakich Dan Dakich Dan Dakich Dan Dakich Dan Dakich Dan Dakich Dan Dakich Dan Dakich Louis Orr Louis Orr Louia Orr Louis Orr Louis Orr Louis Orr

2012-13 Results Date Opponent Score 11/9/12 LAKE ERIE COLLEGE W, 63-53 11/12/12 vs Cleveland State LOT, 73-79 11/13/12 vs IUPUI L, 66-80 11/19/12 at Robert Morris L, 60-71 11/20/12 vs Alabama-Huntsville W, 68-54 11/27/12 DETROIT W, 70-65 12/01/12 YOUNGSTOWN STATE L, 49-58 12/03/12 WRIGHT STATE W, 54-41 12/08/12 SAMFORD W, 57-42 12/18/12 MICHIGAN STATE L, 53-64 12/21/12 at South Florida L 3 OT, 84-87 12/28/12 at North Dakota L, 53-56 12/31/12 at Temple L, 57-75 01/09/13 *at Central Michigan L , 67-73 01/12/13 *EASTERN MICHIGAN W, 46-44 01/16/13 * at Miami L, 60-63 01/19/13 *at Buffalo L, 65-68 01/23/13 *KENT STATE W, 70-55 01/26/13 * at Toledo L, 62-75 01/30/13 *AKRON L, 55-68 02/02/13 *BALL STATE W, 70-59 02/06/13 * at Northern Illinois W, 57-41 02/09/13 * at Ohio L, 63-72 02/13/13 * WESTERN MICHIGAN W, 70-60 02/16/13 * at Akron L , 50-67 02/21/13 NEW ORLEANS W, 87-56 02/23/13 at IPFW L , 75-88 02/27/13 *MIAMI W, 52-44 03/02/13 * OHIO L , 65-78 03/05/13 *at Kent State L, 61-69 03/08/13 *BUFFALO W, 76-65 03/11/13 MIAMI L, 52-63 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Bowling Green School Records/Career Leaders Individual Game Points.............................................................52, James Darrow vs. Toledo (1/13/60)/Marshall (2/27/60) Field Goals..........................................22, James Darrow vs. Marshall (2/27/60)/vs. Hillsdale (12/1/60) 3-Point FG’s.......................................................................................9, James Larranaga vs. Akron (2/8/97) Free Throws.......................................................................................22, Ron Lewis vs. Ball State (3/10/03) Rebounds........31, Al Dixon vs. Northern Illinois (1/20/66)/Nate Thurmond vs. Miss. St. (3/16/63) Assists...............................................................................................15, David Greer vs. Marshall (12/30/80) Steals....................................................................................................... 8, Scott Thomas vs. Miami (1/18/12) ............................Joe Faine vs. Central Michigan (1/17/81)/Trent Jackson vs. Wilmington (12/21/00) Blocked Shots....................7, Skip Howard vs. Toledo (1/31/73)/Scott Vandermeet vs. Ohio (2/7/05)

Season Points....................................................................................................... 844, Howard Komives (1963-1964) Field Goals.............................................................................................. 292, Howard Komives (1963-1964) 3-Point FG’s...............................................................................................100, Marco Samarco (2005-2006) Free Throws........................................................................................... 260, Howard Komives (1963-1964) Rebounds................................................................................................... 288, Nate Thurmond (1962-1963) Assists.................................................................................................................242, David Greer (1980-1981)

BGSU Career Leaders Points 1. . ......................................................1,938, Anthony Stacey (1995-2000) 2. ......................................................... 1,895, Keith McLeod (1998-2002) 3. .....................................................1,834, Howard Komives (1961-1964) 4........................................................ 1,789, Antonio Daniels (1993-1997) 5. ...........................................................1,740, James Darrow (1957-1960) 6. ........................................................... 1,730, Charles Share (1946-1950) 7. ..................................................... 1,577, Walt Piatkowski (1965-1968) 8. ................................................................. 1,567, Colin Irish (1979-1984) 9. ............................................................... 1,527, Len Matela (1998-2002) 10. .........................................................1,525, David Jenkins (1980-1984)

Rebounds 1. . ......................................................1,925, Nate Thurmond (1960-1963) 2. .........................................................1,068, Cornelius Cash (1973-1975) 3. ..................................................................890, Len Matela (1998-2002) 4. .................................................................... 871, Colin Irish (1980-1984) 5. .................................................................851, Jim Connally (1969-1971) 6. ............................................................... 810, Ron Hammye (1975-1978) 7. ....................................................................... 774, Al Dixon (1966-1968) 8. .....................................................................708, Rex Leach (1956-1957) 9. ............................................................... 693, Skip Howard (1973-1975) 10..............................................................680, Scott Thomas (2008-2012)

Steals................................................................................................................. 82, DeMar Moore (1996-1997)

Assists

Blocked Shots..............................................................................................73, Richaun Holmes (2012-2013)

1. . ................................................................ 768, David Greer (1980-1983) 2. ......................................................... 563, Antonio Daniels (1994-1997) 3......................................................... 529, Brandon Pardon (2000-2002) 4.........................................................473, Jordon Crawford (2009-2013) 5. ................................................................395, Rosie Barnes (1922-1980) 6............................................................ 382, Joe Jakubowski (2007-2011) 7. ..................................................................379, Joe Gregory (1986-1989) 8................................................................... 369, Brian Miller (1983-1986) 9...................................................................306, Keith McLeod (1998-02) 10..................................................................289, DeMar Moore (1995-99)

Career Points....................................................................................................... 1,938, Anthony Stacey (1995-2000) Field Goals.....................................................................................................715, James Marrow (1958-1960) 3-Point FG’s..................................................................................................228, John Reimold (2003-2005) Free Throws.................................................................................................552, Keith McLeod (1998-2002) Rebounds................................................................................................ 1,295, Nate Thurmond (1960-1963) Assists................................................................................................................. 168, David Greer (1980-1983) Steals...........................................................................................................226, Anthony Stacey (1995-2000) Blocked Shots............................................................................................................. 159, Otis Polk (2006-10)

Team Game Points............................................................................................................................136, vs. Sienna (12/4/89) Field Goals........................................................................................................... 54, vs. MacMurray (12/1/73) 3-Point FG’s................................................................................................................... 17, vs. Sienna (12/4/89) Free Throws.........................................................................................40, vs. Western Kentucky (2/23/53) Rebounds............................................................................................... 69, vs. Western Michigan (12/7/55)

Season Points....................................................................................................................................... 2,643 (1996-1997) Field Goals..................................................................................................................................975 (1996-1997) 3-Point FG’s.............................................................................................................................. 214 (2005-2006) Free Throws...............................................................................................................................598 (1953-1953) Rebounds.................................................................................................................................1,364 (1962-1963) Most Consecutive Wins............................................................................................................... 15 (1948-49)

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Steals 1. . ........................................................226, Anthony Stacey (1995-2000) 2. ...............................................................201, David Jenkins (1981-1984) 3............................................................... 199, Scott Thomas (2008-2012) 4. ..............................................................193, DeMar Moore (1996-1999) 5......................................................... 184, Jordon Crawford (2009-2013) 6. .............................................................176, Keith McLeod (1998-2002) 7. ..........................................................162, Antonio Daniels (1994-1997) 8. .................................................................160, Rosie Barnes (1977-1980) 9....................................................................... 149, Nate Miller (2006-09) 10..................................................................148, Keith Taylor (1982-1985)

Blocked Shots 1................................................................... 122, Otis Polk (2005-present) 2. ........................................................................117, Tom Hall (1989-1992) 3. ..................................................................... 116, Ed Colbert (1988-1991) 4............................................................ 107, Josh Almanson (2000-2005) 5. .............................................................. 105, Kevin Netter (2000-2003) 6. ..............................................................93, Cornelius Cash (1972-1975) 7. ...................................................................92, Kirk Cowan (1996-1999) 8. ............................................... 86, Shane Kline-Ruminski (1992-1995) 9. ........................................................................85, Joe Moore (1988-1991) 10. ................................................................... 83, Marc Larson (2006-09)


Buffalo Bulls Team Information Quick Facts

Location...................................................................................... Buffalo, N.Y. President: ........................................................................ Satish K. Tripathi Athletics Director: ................................................................ Danny White Enrollment: .......................................................................................... 29,049 Founded: .................................................................................................. 1846 First Year of MAC Basketball:....................................................... 1998-99 Joined MAC...............................................................................................1998 Nickname: ................................................................................................Bulls Colors: . ....................................................................... Royal Blue & White Athletics Website: . .............................................www.buffalobulls.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account............................ @UBMensHoops

Team Facts

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............................................................. 7/5 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................................................4/1 2012-13 Overall Record: .......................................................................14-20 Home..........................................................................................................9-6 Away.........................................................................................................4-10 Neutral....................................................................................................... 1-4 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:.................................................7-9/4th East Home.......................................................................................................... 5-3 Away...........................................................................................................2-6 2012-13 Postseason: .Def. Central Michigan in MAC 1st Rd., 74-72 OT ........................................................Def. Ball State in MAC 2nd Rd., 76-61 ................................................Lost to Kent State in MAC 3rd Rd., 68-70

tEAM hISTORY

Roster n o name 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 15 22 23 35

Joshua Freelove Will Regan Jarod Oldham Jamir Hanner Corey Raley-Ross Jarryn Skeete Shannon Evans Javon McCrea Deyshonee Much Auraum Nuiriankh Justin Moss Xavier Ford

pos

ht

wt

yr

G F G F G G G F G G F F

6-2 6-8 6-3 6-8 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-7 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-7

180 230 185 210 195 175 170 250 170 200 240 210

Sr. North Lauderdale, Fla. (North Broward Prep/Alabama St.) Jr. Buffalo, N.Y. (The Nichols School/Virginia) Sr. Decatur, Ill. (Eisenhower) Jr. Philadelphia, Pa. (Notre Dame Prep/Marshall) Sr. Charlotte, NC (Harding) So. Brampton, Ont (Wasatch Acad./Bridgton Acad.) Fr. Suffolk, Va. (Nansemond River/Hargrave Acad.) Sr. Newark, N.Y. (Newark) Fr. Rochester, N.Y. (Gates Chili/Redemption Christian Acad.) Sr. Baltimore, Md. (Arundel/Charis Prep) So. Detroit, Mich. (Romulus/Indian Hills) Jr. Colorado Springs, Co. (Harrison)

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Javon McCrea F Sr. 18.0 7.9 2.0 Auraum Nuiriankh G Sr. 5.8 5.1 2.3 Will Regan F Jr. 11.1 4.4 0.9 Jarynn Skeete G So. 7.1 3.5 2.5

All-Time Record: . ...................................................1,069-1,051 (94 years) All-Time MAC Record: ..................................................99-153 (15 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ....................................14/ 11-14 (.440) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . ........................................................None NCAA Appearances/Record: .............................................................None Last NCAA Appearance: ....................................................................... N/A NIT Appearances/Record: ........................................................1/1-1 (.500) Last NIT Appearance: ...........................................................................2005

Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Tony Watson G Sr. 11.3 3.1 3.6 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Xavier Ford F Jr. 3.3 2.1 0.4 Jarod Oldham G Sr. 10.1 5.3 4.3 Corey Raley-Ross G Sr. 1.2 1.0 0.8

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Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Cameron Downing F Jr. 5.6 2.2 0.6 Andre McPhail F Fr. 0.7 1.0 0.0 Richie Sebuharara G Sr. 1.2 0.3 0.7 Raphell Thomas-Edwards F So. 1.8 2.4 0.4

Date Opponent Time November 8 at Texas A&M 8 p.m. 13 at Niagara 7 p.m. 16 West Virginia Wesleyan 3 p.m. 26 Robert Morris 7 p.m. 30 Delaware State 2 p.m. December 7 St. Bonaventure 2 p.m. 11 vs. Canisius 8 p.m. 21 vs. Manhattan 3 p.m. 23 Binghamton Noon 29 at Drexel 2 p.m. January 3 South Dakota State 7 p.m. 8 *Northern Illinois 7 p.m. 11 *Eastern Michigan 2 p.m. 15 *at Toledo 7 p.m. 18 *Kent State 2:30 p.m. 23 *at Ball State 8 p.m. (TWC) 25 *at Northern Illinois 2 p.m. 29 *Western Michigan 7 p.m. February 2 *at Bowling Green 2 p.m. 5 *Ball State 7 p.m. 8 *at Central Michigan 7 p.m. 12 *at Miami 7 p.m. 15 *Ohio 2:30 p..m. 19 *Akron 7 p.m. (TWC) 22 *at Kent State Noon (TWC) 26 *at Ohio 7 p.m. March 1 *Miami Noon (TWC) 4 *at Akron 7 p.m. (TWC) 7 or 8 *Bowling Green 2:30 p.m. * Mid-American Conference Game Home games in BOLD

Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Shannon Evans G Fr. 6-1 170 Joshua Freelove G Sr. 6-2 180 *Jamir Hanner F Jr. 6-8 210 Justin Moss G So. 6-7 240 Deyshonee Much G Fr. 6-5 170 *Will sit out 2013-14 season due to NCAA Transfer Rules

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2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games.................................................................34 Field Goal Pct.......................... 794/1767 (.449) Three Point FG Pct.................. 215/620 (.347) Free Throw Pct..........................472/671 (.703) Offensive Rebounds.................................... 389 Defense Rebounds........................................ 818 Total Rebounds...................... 1207 (35.5 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 632 Foul Outs.......................................................... 12 Assists .............................................................510 Turnovers....................................................... 525 Blocks............................................................... 156 Steals................................................................ 188 Points..................................... 2,275 (66.9 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct.............................374/818 (.457) Three Point FG Pct.................... 93/286 (.325) Free Throw Pct.......................... 256/357 (.717) Offensive Rebounds..................................... 172 Defense Rebounds........................................ 381 Total Rebounds........................553 (34.6 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................277 Foul Outs............................................................ 7 Assists ............................................................. 231 Turnovers....................................................... 238 Blocks.................................................................67 Steals..................................................................80 Points...................................... 1,097 (68.6 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Buffalo Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Brian Wolff (bcwolff@buffalo.edu)

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Office Phone 716.849.2219 716.879.4994 716.840.7799 716.558.8270

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information Head Coach:.........................................................................................................................................................................................Bobby Hurley Alma Mater: . ................................................................................................................................................................................................Duke, ‘93 Hometown:....................................................................................................................................................................................... Jersey City, N.J. Birth Date:............................................................................................................................................................................................... June 28, 1971 Playing Career:..............................................................................................................................................................................Duke (1989-1993) Overall Record: . ......................................................................................................................................................First Season As Head Coach School Record: .......................................................................................................................................................................................First Season MAC Record: ........................................................................................................................................................................................First Season MAC Tournament Appearances/Record:....................................................................................................................................................... N/A NCAA Tournament Appearances/Record:..................................................................................................................................................... N/A NIT Appearances/Record:……………………............................................................................................................................................................ N/A

Previous Coaching Experience University of Rhode Island..................................................................................................................................Associate Head Coach (2012) Wagner University...................................................................................................................................................... Assistant Coach (2010-11)

Hurley’s Year-By-Year Year School Overall Conference Postseason Hurley vs. The MAC vs. Akron: . ............................................0-0 First Season As Head Coach -- -- -- -vs. Ball State:.........................................0-0 Career vs. Bowling Green................................0-0 vs. Central Michigan:.........................0-0 vs. Eastern Michigan..........................0-0 vs. Kent State:.......................................0-0 vs. Miami:..............................................0-0 Assistant Coaches vs. Northern Illinois:...........................0-0 Levi Watkins....................................................................................................................................North Carolina State, 2005 (First Season) vs. Ohio:..................................................0-0 vs. Toledo:..............................................0-0 Eric Harrield.........................................................................................................................................................................Virginia (First Season) vs. Western Michigan:.......................0-0 Nate Oats................................................................................................................................................ Marantha College, 1998 (First Season) Ben Wood, Director of Basketball Operations........................................................................................ Connecticut, 2007 (First Season)

Buffalo All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach 1915-43

Arthur L. Powell

1943-45

Did Not Compete

1945-46

Seasons Record

Pct.

28

198-190

.510

Robert Harrington

1

5-10

.333

1946-56

Malcolm S. Eiken

10

140-73

.657

1956-70

Len T. Serfustini

14

206-105

.662

1970-73

Edwin D. Muto

3

37-33

.529

1973-78

Leo Richardson

5

35-92

.276

1978-82

V. William Hughes 4

49-60

.450

1982-83

Kenneth Pope

1

12-15

.444

1983-94

Daniel J. Bazzani

10

111-154

.419

1994-99

Tim Cohane

7

80-83

.491

198-228

.465

1999-2013 Reggie Witherspoon 14

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Alumni Arena Capacity: ....................................................................................................................................................6,100 Press Row Phone: ................................................................................................................. (716) 645-3360 Largest Crowd: ................................................................................. 8,971 vs. Northern Illinois (3-8-04) Year Opened: .............................................................................................................................................. 1982 All-Time Arena Record: ....................................................................................................................232-154


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

7-4 6-8 6-2 8-5 9-1 12-6 5-7 7-5 7-6 7-6 11-6 11-4 8-8 7-11 15-1 15-0 15-4 10-9 5-10 3-9 0-13 4-9 2-12 1-10 4-9 2-8 7-6 No Games Played No Games Played 5-10 12-5 13-8 11-9 15-10 13-8 18-6 10-9 15-8 16-6 17-3 18-7 17-5 16-7 15-6 18-5 14-7 16-7 14-8 19-3 14-8 9-11 11-10 12-9 11-11 9-13 12-12 16-8 5-20 8-17 10-16 5-21 6-18 7-18 17-10 12-15 13-17 12-15 14-13 5-19 14-11 15-10 14-13

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Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell Art Powell

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

16-14 14-13 13-14 2-26 5-22 10-18 18-10 13-14 17-11 15-13 5-24 5-23 4-24 12-18 5-23 17-12 23-10 19-13 12-19 10-20 21-12 18-12 20-14 20-11 14-20

-- -- -- -- -- -- 12-6/Mid-Con 10-8/Mid-Con 11-5/Mid-Con 9-7/Mid-Con 1-17/MAC 3-15/MAC 2-16/MAC 7-11/MAC 2-16 MAC 11-7 MAC 11-7 MAC 8-10/MAC 4-12/MAC 3-13/MAC 11-5/MAC 9-7/MAC 8-8/MAC 12-4/MAC 7-9/MAC

Bob Harrington Mal Eiken Mal Eiken Mal Eiken Mal Eiken Mal Eiken Mal Eiken Mal Eiken Mal Eiken Mal Eiken Mal Eiken Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Len Serfustini Ed Muto Ed Muto Ed Muto Leo Richardson Leo Richardson Leo Richardson Leo Richardson Leo Richardson Bill Hughes Bill Hughes Bill Hughes Bill Hughes Ken Pope Dan Bazzani Dan Bazzani Dan Bazzani Dan Bazzani Dan Bazzani

Coach Dan Bazzani Dan Bazzani Dan Bazzani Dan Bazzani Dan Bazzani Tim Cohane Tim Cohane Tim Cohane Tim Cohane Tim Cohane Tim Cohane Cohane/Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon Reggie Witherspoon

2012-13 Results Date Opponent Score 11/10/12 PRINCETON L, 53-57 11/12/12 at Florida State L, 68-95 11/15/12 at Evansville W, 56-50 11/16/12 vs Western Illinois L, 58-67 11/17/12 vs Yale L, 59-63 11/20/12 at Canisius L, 64-71 11/24/12 MANSFIELD W, 76-57 11/28/12 TEMPLE L, 39-54 12/01/12 at St. Bonaventure L, 79-82 12/5/12 at Milwaukee W, 72-52 12/08/12 NIAGARA W, 77-67 12/21/12 vs Washington State L, 54-65 12/28/12 NOTRE DAME COLLEGE W, 84-64 1/02/13 at Tulsa L, 57-63 1/09/13 *at Ohio L, 68-86 1/12/13 *MIAMI L, 57-58 01/16/13 * KENT STATE L, 68-80 01/19/13 *BOWLING GREEN W, 68-65 01/23/13 *at Ball State W, 66-63 01/26/13 * at Akron L, 64-68 01/30/13 * CENTRAL MICHIGAN W, 91-73 02/02/13 *at Western Michigan L, 60-71 02/06/13 * at Eastern Michigan L, 46-65 02/09/13 * NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 59-54 02/13/13 * TOLEDO W, 75-60 02/16/13 * at Miami W, 79-71 02/23/13 MANHATTAN L, 64-65 02/27/13 * at Kent State LOT, 81-83 03/02/13 * AKRON W, 81-67 03/05/13 * OHIO L , 69-72 03/08/13 * at Bowling Green L, 65-76 03/11/13 CENTRAL MICHIGAN WOT, 74-72 03/13/13 vs Ball State W, 76-61 03/14/13 vs Kent State L, 68-70 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Buffalo School Records/Career Leaders Individual Game Points..........................................................................................44, Mike Martinho vs. Rochester (2/3/98)

Buffalo Career Leaders Points

Field Goals............................................................................................18, Otis Horne vs. Catholic (1/25/75)

1. . .........................................................1,908, Rasaun Young (1993-1998)

3-Point FG’s.................................................................................11, Eric Moore vs. Bowling Green (1/7/07)

2.................................................................... 1,833, Jim Horne (1951-1955)

Free Throws..................................................................... 18, Rasaun Young vs. Eastern Illinois (2/27/95)

3......................................................... 1,708, Mike Martinho (1994-1998)

Rebounds.................................................... 32, Curtis Blackmore vs. Tennessee Chattanooga (2/19/73)

4. ............................................................1,514, Yassin Idbihi (2003-2007)

Assists..................................................................22, Gary Domzalski vs. Youngstown State (1974-1975)

5................................................................1,467, Javon McCrea (2010-pr.)

Steals................................8, Modie Cox vs. Iona (12/29/94)/Michael Washington vs. Pace (2/20/88)

6. ........................................................... 1,414, Turner Battle (2001-2005)

...................................................Michael Washington vs. Pace (2/20/88)/Gary Domzalski (1973-1974)

7................................................................ 1,403, Sam Pellom (1974-1978)

Blocked Shots.......................................................................................... 13, Sam Pellom vs. Cleveland State

8. .......................................................1,385, Louis Campbell (1998-2002) 9. ..................................................1,337, Rob Middlebrooks (1988-1992)

Season

10. ........................................................... 1,314, Calvin Cage (2002-2006)

Points....................................................................................................................611, Javon McCrea (2012-13) Field Goals.........................................................................................................240, Javon McCrea (2012-13)

Rebounds

3-Point FG’s.........................................................................................................110, Zach Filzen (2010-2011)

1. . ...............................................................1,297, Sam Pellom (1974-1978)

Free Throws...................................................177, John Blalock (1991-1992)/Rasaun Young (1997-1998)

2. ......................................................1,175, Curtis Blackmore (1970-1973)

Rebounds.................................................................................................427, Curtis Blackmore (1972-1973)

3. ............................................................. 844, Yassin Idbihi (2003-2007)

Assists......................................................................................................... 235, Gary Domzalski (1974-1975)

4...................................................................717, Calvin Betts (2006-2010)

Steals................................................................................................................. 85, Byron Mulkey (2010-2011)

5.................................................................. 702, Javon McCrea (2010-pr.)

Blocked Shots....................................................................................................155, Same Pellom (1974-1975)

6. .................................................................606, Mark Bortz (2001-2005) 7. .................................................................598, Gary Hanley (1961-1964)

Career Points...........................................................................................................1,908, Rasaun Young (1993-1998)

Assists

Field Goals.................................................................................................... 648, Rasaun Young (1993-1998)

1. . .........................................................565, Gary Domzalski (1972-1976)

3-Point FG’s................................................................................................ 328, Mike Martinho (1994-1998)

2. ................................................ 518, Michael Washington (1986-1989)

Free Throws................................................................................................. 568, Rasaun Young (1993-1998)

3. ............................................................. 458, Turner Battle (2001-2005)

Rebounds......................................................................................................... 1,297, Sam Pellom (1974-1978)

4. ................................................................... 391, Modie Cox (1992-1995)

Assists......................................................................................................... 565, Gary Domzalski (1972-1976)

5. ......................................................... 383, Louis Campbell (1998-2002)

Steals........................................................................................................... 198, Louis Campbell (1998-2002) Blocked Shots................................................................................................... 375, Same Pellom (1974-1978)

Steals 1. . .........................................................198, Louis Campbell (1998-2002) 2............................................................187, Andy Robinson (2005-2009)

Team

3. ................................................ 184, Michael Washington (1986-1989)

Game

4. ..............................................................172, Rasaun Young (1993-1998)

Points................................................................................................................ 120, vs. St Anselm (1987-1988)

5. .............................................................. 170, Turner Battle (2001-2005)

Field Goals.........................................................................................................49, vs. Rochester (1974-1975)

6. .......................................................... 165, Gary Domzalski (1972-1976)

3-Point FG’s.......................................................................................................18, vs. Troy State (1995-1996)

7. ...............................................................165, Rick Coleman (1987-1991)

Free Throws..........................................................................................................41, vs. St. Rose (1989-1990) Rebounds...........................................................................................................95, vs. Rochester (1974-1975)

Blocked Shots 1. . ................................................................375, Same Pellom (1974-1978)

Season

2..............................................................196, Mitchell Watt (2008-2012)

Points..................................................................................................................................... 2,462 (2004-2005)

3...................................................................185, Javon McCrea (2010-pr.)

Field Goals................................................................................................................................876 (2004-2005)

4.......................................................... 148, Kelvin Robinson (1993-1995)

3-Point FG’s..............................................................................................................................220 (2004-2005)

5................................................................. 124, Mitchell Watt (2008-Pr.)

Free Throws............................................................................................................................. 577 (2005-2006)

6. ..................................................................127, Mark Bortz (2001-2005)

Rebounds................................................................................................................................. 1,340 (1975-1976)

7.................................................................. 101 Yassin Idbihi (2003-2007)

Most Consecutive Wins.................................................................................................................15 (1930-31)

8................................................................79 Nikola Alexeev (1997-2000)

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Central Michigan Chippewas Team Information Quick Facts Location...................................................................Mount Pleasant, Mich. President: .......................................................................Dr. George E. Ross Athletics Director: ....................................................................Dave Heeke Enrollment: ............................................................................................ 28,311 Founded: ...................................................................................................1892 First Year of MAC Basketball:........................................................1972-73 Joined MAC................................................................................................1971 Nickname: ....................................................................................Chippewas Colors: . ................................................................................Maroon & Gold Athletics Website: . .......................................www.cmuchippewas.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account.......................... @CMUMensBBall

TEAM FACTS Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............................................................. 8/3 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................................................4/1 2012-13 Overall Record: ........................................................................11-20 Home..........................................................................................................6-6 Away......................................................................................................... 2-13 Neutral........................................................................................................3-1 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:.............................................4-12/5th West Home.......................................................................................................... 3-5 Away............................................................................................................1-7 2012-13 Postseason: ............. lost to Buffalo in MAC 1st rd., 72-74 OT

TEAM HISTORY All-Time Record: . .................................................... 1199-1167 (109 years) All-Time MAC Record: ..............................................228-306 (32 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ................................... 21/ 14-19 (.424) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . ..................................................... 2/2003 NCAA Appearances/Record: ............................................... 4/ 3-4 (.429) Last NCAA Appearance: ......................................................................2003 NIT Appearances/Record: ......................................................1/ 0-1 (.000) Last NIT Appearance: ............................................................................1979

2013-14 Schedule

Date Opponent Time October 28 Lake Superior State (Exh.) 7 p.m. November 8 Manchester 2 p.m. 12 at Bradley 7 p.m. 16 Pepperdine 6:30 p.m. 21 Austin Peay 7 p.m. 22 Montana State 7 p.m. 23 CSU-Northridge 7:30 p.m. 26 at Texas A&M - Corpus Christi 8 p.m. 30 Jacksonville State 7 p.m. December 7 at SIU-Edwardsville 8 p.m. 14 at Dayton 7 p.m. 17 at Jacksonville State 7:45 p.m. January 3 Marygrove 7 p.m. 8 *Miami 7 p.m. 11 *at Toledo 6 p.m. (TWC) 15 *at Bowling Green 7 p.m. 18 *Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. 22 *at Miami 7 p.m. 25 *Akron 7 p.m. 29 *at Ohio TBA February 1 *at Western Michigan 2 p.m. 5 *Kent State 7 p.m. 8 *Buffalo 7 p.m. 12 *at Northern Illinois 8 p.m. 15 *at Kent State 6 p.m. (TWC) 19 *Ball State 7 p.m. 23 *Northern Illinois 2 p.m. 26 *at Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. March 1 *at Ball State 2 p.m. 4 *Toledo 7 p.m. 7 or 8 *Western Michigan TBA * Mid-American Conference Game Home games in BOLD

Roster n o name 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 15 30 32 34 35 41

Braylon Rayson Spencer Krannitz DeAndray Buckley Derrick Richardson Jr. Rayshawn Simmons Sheldon Lowman Austin Stewart Milos Cabarkapa Josh Kozinski Chris Fowler Austin Keel Blake Hibbitts John Simons Nick Carlos Zach Saylor

pos

ht

wt

yr

hometown/school

G G/F G/F G G G G C G G G F F G/F F

5-9 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-6 7-0 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-7 6-8 6-7 6-8

178 196 209 200 182 177 207 233 180 189 185 224 228 191 235

Fr. So. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Gr.

Dallas, Texas (West Mesquite) North Muskegon, Mich. (North Muskegon) Romulus, Mich. (Indian Hills C.C./Romulus) Ypsilanti, Mich. (Ypsilanti) St. Louis, Mo. (Moberly Area CC) Detroit, Mich. (Mid Michigan CC) Normal, Ill. (West) Belgrade, Serbia (Impact Academy) Edwardsburg, Mich. (Edwardsburg ) Southfield, Mich. (Detroit Country Day) Winter Springs, Fla. (Winter Park) Hudsonville, Mich. (Hudsonville) Cadillac, Mich. (Cadillac) Ashland, Mo. (Southern Boone County) Lansing, Mich. (Waverly)

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Chris Fowler G So. 7.9 2.6 5.7 Blake Hibbits F So. 8.8 3.7 0.6 Austin Keel G Jr. 4.8 1.8 0.7 John Simons F So. 7.4 4.9 1.2 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Kyle Randall G Sr. 18.7 3.5 2.5 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Derrick Richardson Jr. G So. 4.0 2.6 0.7 Zach Saylor F Gr. 2.2 2.1 0.7 Others Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Finis Craddock G Sr. 3.2 1.3 0.4 Oliver Mbaigoto F Sr. 7.0 3.8 0.4 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Milos Cabarkapa C Fr. 7-0 233 Nick Carlos G/F Fr. 6-7 191 Josh Kozinski G Fr. 6-4 180 Sheldon Lowman G So. 6-1 177 Braylon Rayson G Fr. 5-9 178 Rayshawn Simmons G So. 6-4 182

2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games..................................................................31 Field Goal Pct......................... 680/1664 (.409) Three Point FG Pct..................250/754 (.332) Free Throw Pct......................... 482/661 (.729) Offensive Rebounds.....................................330 Defense Rebounds....................................... 649 Total Rebounds........................ 979 (31.6 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................514 Foul Outs............................................................ 7 Assists ............................................................404 Turnovers.......................................................402 Blocks.................................................................65 Steals............................................................... 208 Points..................................... 2,092 (67.5 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct............................345/847 (.407) Three Point FG Pct...................129/401 (.322) Free Throw Pct.........................246/339 (.726) Offensive Rebounds..................................... 167 Defense Rebounds....................................... 309 Total Rebounds....................... 476 (29.8 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................287 Foul Outs............................................................ 7 Assists ............................................................ 205 Turnovers....................................................... 200 Blocks................................................................ 24 Steals................................................................105 Points.......................................1065 (66.6 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Central Michigan Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID John Regenfuss (regen1jm@cmich.edu) 989.774.7323(O)/989.400.8913 (C) Newspapers Beat Writer Office Phone Morning Sun Nate Schneider (nschneider@michigannewspapers.com) 989.779.6060 CM Life Kris Lodes (sports@cm-life.com) 989.774.3493 Radio Color/Play-By-Play Office Phone CMU Radio Network PBP: Don Chiodo(Don.Chiodo@edwardjones.com) 989.424.1188 Color: Don Helinski (Donald.Helinski@cmich.edu) 989.621.2467 Television Sports Director Office Phone WCMU Public Broadcasting Kurt Wilson (wilso3kd@cmich.edu) 989.774.1540 WJRT-TV (ABC-12) Greg Molzon (greg.c.molzon@abc.com) 810.233.3130 WNEM-TV (CBS-5) Scot Johnson (scot.johnson@wnem.com) 989.755.8191 WEYI-TV (NBC-25) Erik Columbia (ecolumbia@nbc25.net) 810.687.1000 WWTV-TV (NBC 9and10) WWTV Jared Smith (jaredsmith@9and10news.com) 231.775.3478

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information

Head Coach...............................................................................................................................................................................................Keno Davis Alma Mater: . ................................................................................................................................................................................................Iowa, ‘95 Hometown:........................................................................................................................................................................................... Easton, Penn. Birth Date:........................................................................................................................................................................................... March 10, 1972 Playing Career:....................................................................................................................................................................................................... N/A Overall Record: . ...............................................................................................................................................................................85-75 (5 years) School Record: ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 11-20 (1 year) MAC Record: ........................................................................................................................................................................................4-12 (1 year) MAC Tournament Appearances/Record:.......................................................................................................................................................1/0-1 NCAA Tournament Appearances/Record:..................................................................................................................................................... N/A NIT Appearances/Record:.................................................................................................................................................................................. N/A

Previous Coaching Experience

Providence University....................................................................................................................................................... Head Coach (2008-11) Drake University................................................................................................................................................................Head Coach (2007-08) Drake University........................................................................................................................................................ Assistant Coach (2003-07) Southeast Missouri..................................................................................................................................................... Assistant Coach (1997-03) Southern Indiana......................................................................................................................................................... Assistant Coach (1995-97) University of Iowa.......................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1991-95)

Davis vs. The MAC vs. Akron: . ............................................ 0-1 vs. Ball State........................................... 1-1 vs. Bowling Green................................ 1-0 vs. Buffalo:..............................................0-2 vs. Eastern Michigan........................... 1-1 vs. Kent State:....................................... 0-1 vs. Miami:.............................................. 0-1 vs. Northern Illinois:............................ 1-1 vs. Ohio................................................... 0-1 vs. Toledo:..............................................0-2 vs. Western Michigan:.......................0-2

Davis’ Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Postseason 2007-08 Drake 28-5 -- -2008-11 Providence 46-50 -- -2012-13 Central Michigan 11-20 4-12 -Career 5 years (1 MAC) 85-75 (.531) 4-12 (.250) 0-2 (.000)

Assistant Coaches Kevin Gamble..............................................................................................................................................................Iowa, 1987 (Second season) Kyle Gerdeman.....................................................................................................................Southeast Missouri State, 1998 (Second season) Jeff Smith......................................................................................................................................................Alma College, 1995 (Second season) DJ Mocini, Director of Basketball Operations.....................................................................................Albion College, 2008 (First season)

CENTRAL MICHIGAN All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach Seasons Record 1904-10, 17-19 Charles Tambling 8 60-36 1910-16 Harry Helmer 6 37-26 1916-17 Blake Miller 1 2-8 1919-20 Garland Nevitt 1 10-5 1920-21 Joe Simmons 1 11-5 1921-24, 26-27 Wallace Parker 4 39-26 1924-26 Lester Barnard 2 12-24 1927-37 Bourke Lodewyk 10 79-84 1937-43, 46-54 Dan Rose 1 10-6 1943-44 Ron Finch 2 23-11 1944-46 L.M. Sweeney 14 172-86 1954-56 Bill Kelly 2 23-21 1956-71 Ted Kjolhede 15 216-157 1971-85 Dick Parfitt 14 192-179 1985-91 Charles Coles 6 91-85 1991-93 Keith Dambrot 2 20-34 1993-97 Leonard Drake 4 21-83 1997-06 Jay Smith 9 95-160 2006-12 Ernie Zeigler 6 75-111 2012-pr. Keno Davis 1 11-20

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Pct. .625 .587 .200 .667 .688 .600 .333 .485 .625 .676 .667 .523 .579 .518 .517 .370 .202 .373 .403 .354

McGuirk Arena Capacity: ................................................................................................................................................... 5,300 Press Row Phone: .......................................................................................................(989) 774-3579/3594 Largest Crowd: ..................................................................................................5,350 vs. Temple (12-1-10) Year Opened: ..............................................................................................................................................2010 All-Time Arena Record: ......................................................................................................................... 18-19


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

1904-05 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78

5-2 2-4 10-4 8-6 9-1 10-6 8-3 2-5 6-5 9-2 4-7 8-4 2-8 4-9 12-4 10-5 11-5 11-4 9-6 11-7 6-9 6-15 8-9 13-8 15-8 5-12 12-8 5-7-1 8-8 2-13 6-9 5-5 8-6 10-6 14-5-1 12-4 14-3 10-9 9-2 10-6 11-5 12-6 17-6 17-3 15-1 11-5 8-12 12-10 10-12 13-8 11-10 12-11 14-11 11-13 9-15 12-14 3-19 8-14 11-11 18-6 19-7 23-6 23-3 14-12 11-12 22-5 18-9 15-11 13-13 14-12 22-6 12-14 18-10 15-10

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 8-4/IIAC 2-10/IIAC 4-8/IIAC 4-8/IIAC 7-5/IIAC 4-8/IIAC 5-7/IIAC 6-6/IIAC 3-9/IIAC 5-7/IIAC 4-8/IIAC 2-10/IIAC 4-8/IIAC 3-5/IIAC 6-2/IIAC 5-3/IIAC 6-2/IIAC 5-1/IIAC 6-6/IIAC 3-3/IIAC -- -- -- 4-6/MAC 6-6/MAC 10-4/MAC 8-8/MAC 13-3/MAC 11-5/MAC

Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

Charles Tambling Charles Tambling Charles Tambling Charles Tambling Charles Tambling Charles Tambling Harry Helmer Harry Helmer Harry Helmer Harry Helmer Harry Helmer Harry Helmer Blake Miller Charles Tambling Charles Tambling Garland Nevitt Joe Simmons Wallace Parker Wallace Parker Wallace Parker Lester Barnard Lester Barnard Wallace Parker Bourke Lodewyk Bourke Lodewyk Bourke Lodewyk Bourke Lodewyk Bourke Lodewyk Bourke Lodewyk Bourke Lodewyk Bourke Lodewyk Bourke Lodewyk Bourke Lodewyk Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Ron Finch L.M. Sweeney L.M. Sweeney Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Dan Rose Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Ted Kjolhede Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

19-9 12-13 12-14 10-16 10-17 11-16 9-18 11-17 22-8 19-13 12-16 13-17 14-14 12-16 8-18 5-21 3-23 6-20 7-19 5-21 10-16 6-23 20-8 9-19 25-7 6-24 10-18 4-24 13-18 14-17 12-19 15-15 10-21 11-21 11-20

13-3/MAC 6-10/MAC 5-11/MAC 4-12/MAC 5-13/MAC 6-12/MAC 4-14/MAC 7-11/MAC 14-2/MAC 10-6/MAC 6-10/MAC 6-10/MAC 8-8/MAC 6-10/MAC 4-14/MAC 4-14/MAC 0-18/MAC 3-15/MAC 4-14/MAC 3-15/MAC 7-11/MAC 2-16/MAC 14-4/MAC 5-13/MAC 14-4/MAC 2-16/MAC 4-14/MAC 1-17/MAC 7-9/MAC 8-8/MAC 7-9/MAC 9-7/MAC 7-9/MAC 5-11/MAC 4-12/MAC

Coach Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Dick Parfitt Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Keith Dambrot Keith Dambrot Leonard Drake Leonard Drake Leonard Drake Leonard Drake Jay Smith Jay Smith Jay Smith Jay Smith Jay Smith Jay Smith Jay Smith Jay Smith Jay Smith Ernie Zeigler Ernie Zeigler Ernie Zeigler Ernie Zeigler Ernie Zeigler Ernie Zeigler Keno Davis

2012-13 Results

Date Opponent Score 11/12/12 at Iowa L, 61-73 11/16/12 OLIVET W, 76-62 11/21/12 vs Wright State W, 59-55 11/23/12 at Utah L, 51-67 11/24/12 vs Idaho State W, 54-52 11/28/12 BRADLEY L, 65-82 12/02/12 NIAGARA W, 66-64 12/08/12 at Charlotte L, 66-78 12/16/12 at Pepperdine W, 80-77 12/20/12 TEXAS STATE W, 92-80 12/22/12 vs Nebraska L, 75-89 12/23/12 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff W, 62-45 12/29/12 at Michigan L, 73-88 01/09/13 *BOWLING GREEN W, 73-67 01/12/13 *at Toledo LOT, 72-76 01/15/13 *at Eastern Michigan L, 52-58 01/19/13 *BALL STATE W, 71-57 01/23/13 *NORTHERN ILLINOIS L, 61-74 01/26/13 *WESTERN MICHIGAN L, 59-76 01/30/13 * at Buffalo L, 73-91 02/02/13 * MIAMI L, 61-70 02/05/13 * at Akron L, 56-68 02/09/13 * at Kent State L, 72-87 02/13/13 * OHIO L, 63-82 02/16/13 *TOLEDO L, 64-73 02/23/13 at Youngstown State L, 75-86 02/27/13 * at Ball State L, 90-95 03/02/13 * at Northern Illinois W, 69-50 03/05/13 *EASTERN MICHIGAN W, 61-59 03/09/13 *at Western Michigan L, 68-71 03/11/13 at Buffalo LOT, 72-74 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Central Michigan School Records/Career Leaders Individual

central michigan Career Leaders

Game Points..............................................................................53, Tommie Johnson vs. Wright State (12/22/87) 3-Point FG’s................................................................... 10, Tommie Johnson vs. Wright State (12/22/87) Rebounds............ 26, Dan Roundfield vs. NMU (2/5/74); Don Kelly vs. Northern Illinois (2/27/53) ...................................................................................................Stan Breidinger vs. Ohio Northern (1/18/64) Assists............................................................................16, Derrick Richmond vs. Youngstown (12/15/88) Steals................................................................................................ 8, Derrick Richmond vs. Ohio (1/21/89) ..................................................................................Melvin McLaughlin vs. Western Michigan (2/27/82) Blocked Shots.....................................................................8, Dan Roundfield vs. Bowling Green (3/8/75) ..........................................Dan Roundfield vs. Kentucky (3/20/73); Chris Kaman vs. Toledo (1/22/03)

Points 1. . ...............................................2,071, Melvin McLaughlin (1980-1983) 2. ............................................................. 2,055, Dan Majerle (1984-1988) 3. .........................................................1,774, David Webber (1999-2002) 4..................................................... 1,763, Giordan Watson (2005-2008) 5. ................................................................... 1,627, Ben Kelso (1970-1973) 6. .......................................................... 1, 402, Don Edwards (1963-1966) 7. .......................................................... 1,399, Mike Manciel (1999-2003) 8. .......................................................... 1,338, Leonard Drake (1973-1977) 9. .........................................................1,318, Dan Roundfield (1972-1975) 10. .................................................................1,278, Paul Botts (1969-1971)

Rebounds

Season Points..................................................................................................................759, Dan Majerle (1987-1988) 3-Point FG’s...............................................................................................105, Robbie Harman (2009-2010) Rebounds........................................................................................................373, Chris Kaman (2002-2003) Assists...............................................................................................................196, Dave Grauzer (1977-1978) Steals...................................................................................................................63, Dave Grauzer (1978-1979) Blocked Shots.......................................................................................................98, Chris Kaman (2002-03)

1........................................................... 1,031, Dan Roundfield (1972-1975) 2. .................................................................978, Dave Nelson (1961-1964) 3. ..............................................................958, Ken VanDyke (1959-1962) 4. ...............................................................919, Don Edwards (1963-1966) 5. .................................................................834, Dan Majerle (1984-1988) 6. ................................................................ 713, Ben Poquette (1974-1977) 7. ...............................................................707, Chris Kaman (2001-2003) 8. ...................................................................... 645, Jeff Tropf (1977-1979) 9. .................................................................606, Don Doorlag (1958-1961) 10. ............................................................. 589, Glenn Stuart (1954-1956)

Career

Assists

Points.................................................................................................2,071, Melvin McLaughlin (1980-1983)

1. . .....................................................489, Giordan Watson (2005-2008) 2. .................................................... 456, Derrick Richmond (1986-1989) 3. ..............................................................449, Dave Grauzer (1976-1979) 4. ...........................................................435, Sonny Newman (1978-1981) 5. .................................................................. 434, Tim Kisner (1998-2001) 6. ...................................................371, Peter Lambropoulos (1982-1986) 7. .............................................................329, Willie Iverson (1966-1968) 8. .............................................................. 290, Tony Bowne (2002-2005) 9. ...................................................288, Melvin McLaughlin (1980-1983) 10. .............................................................. 286, Ryan Jansen (1994-1998)

3-Point FG’s...............................................................................................233, Robbie Harman (2007-2010) Rebounds.................................................................................................. 1,031, Dan Roundfield (1972-1975) Assists......................................................................................................489, Giordan Watson (2005-2008) Steals........................................................................................................203, Giordan Watson (2005-2008) Blocked Shots..................................................................................................234, Ben Poquette (1974-1977)

Team Game Points..................................................................................................................... 127 vs. Oakland U (12/3/87) Field Goals..............................................................................................................53 vs. Oakland U (12/3/87) 3-Point FG’s...................................................................................................................16 vs. Detroit (12/8/99) Free Throws..................................................................................................................... 44 vs. Alma (12/1/55) Rebounds..........................................................................................................................111 vs. Alma (12/9/63)

Steals 1. . ..................................................... 203, Giordan Watson (2005-2008) 2. ................................................... 196, Melvin McLaughlin (1980-1983) 3. .................................................................. 171, Dan Majerle (1984-1988) 4..................................................................... 169, Jordan Bitzer (2007-10) 5................................................................ 162, Robbie Harman (2007-10) 6. ................................................................... 143, Tim Kisner (1998-2001) 7. ........................................................... 142, Sonny Newman (1978-1981) 8................................................................. 141, Leon Guydon (1977-1980) 9................................................................ 135, Dave Grauzer (1976-1979)

Season

Blocked Shots

Points......................................................................................................................................2,553 (2002-2003)

1. . .............................................................. 234, Ben Poquette (1974-1977) 2. ...............................................................182, Chris Kaman (2001-2003) 3. ........................................................... 175, Dan Roundfield (1972-1975) 4............................................................. 105, Sefton Barrett (2004-2007) 5. ...................................................................95, Dan Majerle (1984-1988) 6. ............................................................... 92, Nate Huffman (1995-1997) 7. ..............................................................90, Charles Macon (1995-1997) 8. ...................................................................84, Daryl Miller (1985-1988) 9. ................................................................ 84, Chris Kaman (2001-2003) 10. ................................................................74, Dennis Kann (1989-1992)

Field Goals..................................................................................................................................999 (1974-1975) 3-Point FG’s................................................................................................................................238 (1989-1990) Free Throws..............................................................................................................................601 (2002-2003) Rebounds.................................................................................................................................1,584 (1963-1964) Most Consecutive Wins .............................................14 ( last 8 of 1948-1949 and first 6 of 1949-1950)

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Eastern Michigan Eagles Team Information Quick Facts

Location................................................................................Ypsilanti, Mich. President: ..........................................................................Dr. Susan Martin Athletics Director: ................................................................ Heather Lyke Enrollment: ........................................................................................... 23,341 Founded: .................................................................................................. 1849 First Year of MAC Basketball:........................................................1974-75 Joined MAC................................................................................................1971 Nickname: .............................................................................................Eagles Colors: . ................................................................................Green & White Athletics Website: . ................................................www.emueagles.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account...................................@EMUHoops

TEAM FACTS

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............................................................. 7/6 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................................................5/1 2012-13 Overall Record: ........................................................................16-18 Home.........................................................................................................13-5 Away......................................................................................................... 2-12 Neutral........................................................................................................ 1-1 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:...............................................7-9/4th West Home.......................................................................................................... 5-3 Away...........................................................................................................2-6 2012-13 Postseason: ............................Def. NIU in MAC 1st Rd., 45-44 ............................................................ Def. Miami in MAC 2nd Rd., 58-47 ....................................................... Lost to WMU in MAC 3rd Rd., 55-70

TEAM HISTORY

All-Time Record: . ...................................................1,156-1,207 (116 years) All-Time MAC Record: ...............................................286-371 (38 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ...................................32/24-28 (.462) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . ......................................................4/1998 NCAA Appearances/Record: ................................................ 4/3-4 (.429) Last NCAA Appearance: .......................................................................1998 NIT Appearances/Record: .......................................................1/0-1 (.000) Last NIT Appearance: ............................................................................1995

2013-14 Schedule

Date Opponent Time November 4 Marygrove (Exh.) 7 p.m. 8 Albion Noon 12 Concordia 7 p.m. 14 Robert Morris 7:30 p.m. 18 Cleveland State 7 p.m. 23 UT-Arlington 7 p.m. 27 at Kentucky 4 p.m. December 3 UMass 7 p.m. 7 at Purdue 2 p.m. (ESPN3) 10 Green Bay 7 p.m. 21 at Oakland 1 p.m. 28 at Duke 2 p.m. (ESPN2) 31 at Syracuse 3 p.m. (ESPNU) January 4 Rochester 2 p.m. 8 *at Bowling Green 7 p.m. 11 *at Buffalo 2 p.m. 14 *Western Michigan 7 p.m. (TWC) 18 *at Central Michigan 7 p.m. 22 *Akron 7 p.m. (TWC) 25 *Ohio 2 p.m. 29 *Bowling Green 7 p.m. February 1 *at Miami 3 p.m. 5 *at Akron 7 p.m. (TWC) 8 *Kent State 2 p.m. 12 *at Ball State 7 p.m. 15 *Toledo 2 p.m. 20 *at Northern Illinois 7 p.m. 23 *at Western Michigan TBA 26 *Central Michigan 7 p.m. March 1 *Northern Illinois 2 p.m. 4 *Ball State 7 p.m. 7 or 8 *at Toledo TBA * Mid-American Conference Game Home games in BOLD

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0 Ray Lee G 6-3 1 Mike Talley G 5-11 2 J.R. Sims G 6-3 3 Mo Hughley F 6-7 5 Jodan Price* G/F 6-7 10 Da’Shonte Riley C 7-0 12 Lekan Ajayi F/C 6-11 13 Trent Perry G 6-4 14 Karrington Ward F 6-7 20 Ali Farhat G 6-0 21 Jalen Ross G 5-11 23 Glenn Bryant F 6-8 25 Darell Combs G 6-2 33 Anthony Strickland G 6-5 35 Daylen Harrison G/F 6-6 * Must sit out 2013-14 season due to transfer rules

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Fr. Detroit, Mich. (Romulus) Jr. Detroit, Mich. (Melvindale ABT/Duquesne) Jr. Fort Wayne, Ind. (Nelson Snider) Grad Queens Villiage, N.Y. (Martin Van Buren/Bakersfield) So. Beverly Hills, Mich. (Detroit Country Day) Jr. Detroit, Mich. (Detroit County Day/Syracuse) Jr. W inston-Salem, N.C. (Quality Education Acad./Collin) Fr. Irving, Texas-Independence Jr. Lockport, Ill.-Lockport Twp. (Morain Valley C.C.) Fr. Dearborn, Mich. (Dearborn) Fr. Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Day School) Jr. Detroit, Mich. (Oak Hill Academy/Arkansas) Jr. South Holland, Ill. (Thornwood/Blinn College) Jr. Ypsilanti, Mich. (Dearborn Hts. Robichaud/Adrian) Jr. Akron, Ohio (St. Vincent-St. Mary/Wyoming)

Roster Breakdown

Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Glenn Bryant F Sr. 10.6 4.5 0.6 Daylen Harrison G/F Sr. 8.9 4.8 1.4 Da’Shonte Riley C Sr. 4.0 6.1 0.7 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Jamell Harris F Sr. 4.3 4.1 0.5 Derek Thompson G Sr. 11.1 1.8 1.3 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. J.R. Sims G Sr. 5.8 1.5 1.2 Jalen Ross G So. 4.6 1.6 2.3 Anthony Strickland F Sr. 1.7 1.6 0.4 Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Austin Harper G Jr. 2.3 1.0 1.7 Matt Balkema C Sr. 2.1 2.6 0.2 Antoine Chandler G So. 1.8 0.5 0.6 Josh Lyle F Jr. 0.5 0.5 0.3 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Mo Hughley G Grad. 6-7 240 Jodan Price* G/F So. 6-7 172 Lekan Ajayi F/C Jr. 6-11 245 Trent Perry G Fr. 6-4 175 Karrington Ward F Jr. 6-7 186 Ali Farhat G Fr. 6-0 160 Jordan Martin G Jr. 6-3 195 Darell Combs G So. 6-2 175 *Will sit out 2013-14 due to transfer requirements

2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games.................................................................34 Field Goal Pct............................702/1751 (.401) Three Point FG Pct.................. 165/500 (.330) Free Throw Pct..........................357/533 (.670) Offensive Rebounds....................................402 Defense Rebounds........................................736 Total Rebounds....................... 1138 (33.5 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................ 571 Foul Outs............................................................8 Assists ............................................................ 364 Turnovers........................................................473 Blocks...............................................................169 Steals............................................................... 269 Points......................................1,926 (56.6 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct............................322/793 (.406) Three Point FG Pct.....................79/225 (.351) Free Throw Pct..........................179/264 (.678) Offensive Rebounds..................................... 188 Defense Rebounds........................................333 Total Rebounds........................ 521 (32.6 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 270 Foul Outs............................................................4 Assists .............................................................164 Turnovers........................................................215 Blocks.................................................................74 Steals................................................................ 133 Points........................................ 902 (56.4 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Eastern Michigan Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Sean Hostetter (shostetter@emich.edu) Newspapers Beat Writer Detroit Free Press Mick McCabe (sports@freep.com) The Detroit News Dave Goricki (sports@detnews.com) Eastern Echo Eugene Evans (eevans4@emich.edu) Radio Color/Play-By-Play WEMU (89.1 FM) PBP: Chad Bush Television WJBK-TV 2 (FOX) WDIV-TV 4 (NBC) WXYZ-TV 7 (ABC) My TV20

Sports Director Dan Miller (dan.miller@foxtv.com) Bernie Smilovitz (bernies@wdiv.com) Tom Leyden (tleyden@wxyz.com) Dave LeVal (dleval@tv20detroit.com)

734.487.0317 (O)/734.218.3417 (C) Office Phone 313.222.6661 313.222.2230 734.487.1010 Office Phone 248.345.9990 Office Phone 248.557.2000 313.222.0504 248.827.9420 734.487.1240

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information Head Coach............................................................................................................................................................................................Rob Murphy Alma Mater: . ........................................................................................................................................................... Central State University, ‘96 Hometown:.......................................................................................................................................................................................... Detroit, Mich. Birth Date:................................................................................................................................................................................... September 19, 1972 Playing Career:................................................................................................................................................Central State University (‘92-’96) Overall Record: . ...............................................................................................................................................................................30-36 (2 years) School Record: ....................................................................................................................................................................................................Same MAC Record: ....................................................................................................................................................................................16-16 (2 years) MAC Tournament Appearances (Record:).................................................................................................................................................. 2/2-2 NCAA Tournament Appearances (Record:)................................................................................................................................................. N/A NIT Appearances (Record):............................................................................................................................................................................... N/A

Previous Coaching Experience Syracuse University..............................................................................................................................................Asssistant Coach (2004-2011) Kent State University..........................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2002-2004)

Murphy’s Year-By-Year Year School Overall Conference Postseason 2011-12 Eastern Michigan 14-18 9-7 -Murphy vs. The MAC 2012-13 Eastern Michigan 16-18 7-9 -vs. Akron: . ............................................0-2 Career 2 Years (2 MAC) 30-36 (.454) 16-16 (.500) -vs. Ball State...........................................3-1 vs. Bowling Green................................. 1-1 vs. Buffalo:............................................... 1-1 vs. Central Michigan...........................1-3 vs. Kent State:.......................................0-2 vs. Miami:...............................................2-1 Associate/Assistant Coaches vs. Northern Illinois:............................5-1 vs. Ohio.................................................... 1-1 Mike Brown, Associate Head Coach...................................................................................................... Wayne State, 2002 (Third Season) vs. Toledo:...............................................1-3 Kevin Mondro........................................................................................................................................................... Detroit, 1997 (Third Season) vs. Western Michigan:.......................3-2 Benn White................................................................................................................................................ Michigan State, 1977 (Third Season) Victoria Sun, Director of Basketball Operations.......................................................................................... Syracuse, 1997 (Third Season)

EASTERN MICHIGAN All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach Seasons Record 1897-98 L.P. Whitcomb 1 1-1 1898-99 E.E. Crook 1 1-1 1899-00 Leslie A. Butler 1 1-1 1900-01 Everett Dick 1 0-2 1901-03 Clayton P. Teetzel 2 2-4 1903-09 Wilbur P. Bowen 6 22-30 1909-11 Clare Hunter 2 13-9 1911-12 Frederick Beyerman 1 3-8 1912-14 LeRoy Brown 2 13-6 1914-15 Thomas Ransom 1 9-4 1915-17 Elmer D. Mitchell 2 25-5 1917-21, 25-32 Elton J. Rynearson 18 160-129 35-40, 44-46 1921-25 Joseph H. McCulloch 4 45-34 1932-35 Harry Ockerman 3 34-15 1940-41 Frank Worzniak 1 4-13 1941-44, 46-47 Raymond Sites 4 29-32 1947-53 William Crouch 6 48-67 1953-54 Robert Hollway 1 8-12 1954-60 James Skala 6 43-86 1960-66 J. Richard Adams 6 59-59 1966-72 James D. Dutcher 6 127-49 1972-76 Allan Freund 4 35-69 1976-79 Ray Scott 3 29-52 1979-86 Jim Boyce 6 84-96 1986-96 Ben Braun 10 185-132 1996-00 Milton Barnes 4 62-53 2000-05 Jim Boone 5 48-96 2005-11 Charles E. Ramsey 6 68-118 2011-pr. Rob Murphy 2 30-36

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Pct. .500 .500 .500 .000 .333 .423 .591 .273 .684 .692 .833 .554 .570 .694 .235 .475 .417 .400 .333 .500 .722 .337 .358 .467 .570 .539 .333 .366 .454

cONVOCATION CENTER Capacity: ................................................................................................................................................... 8,824 Press Row Phone: .................................................................................................................(734) 484-0612 Largest Crowd: .............................................................................................7,647 vs. Michigan (12-9-98) Year Opened: .............................................................................................................................................. 1998 All-Time Arena Record: ........................................................................................................................111-96


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

1897-98 1898-99 1899-00 1900-01 1901-02 1902-03 1903-04 1904-05 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75

1-1 1-1 1-1 0-2 1-0 1-4 2-5 5-3 4-4 2-8 3-5 6-5 9-2 4-7 3-8 13-6 8-4 9-4 25-15 15-1 14-1 10-4 12-2 12-4 11-6 12-8 13-8 9-12 13-6 11-8 10-12 12-6 7-6 8-5 13-4 15-1 11-7 8-7 3-12 6-10 8-6 5-11 6-12 4-13 12-6 5-9 4-8 1-11 9-9 8-9 5-13 7-12 6-12 7-13 9-11 14-6 8-12 14-8 5-17 8-15 1-20 8-13 7-13 5-18 8-13 11-9 9-9 11-7 15-3 18-7 20-9 20-9 22-7 23-10 24-7 8-17 8-18 12-14

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-10/IIAC 5-5/IIAC 7-5/IIAC 4-8/IIAC 7-5/IIAC 2-10/IIAC 5-7/IIAC 0-12/IIAC 3-9/IIAC 1-11/IIAC 0-12/IIAC 3-9/IIAC -- 6-6/PAC 8-4/PAC 11-1/PAC -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4-9/MAC

Coach L.P. Whitcomb E.E. Crook Leslie A. Butler M. Everett Dick Clayton T. Teetzel Clayton T. Teetzel Wilbur P. Bowen Wilbur P. Bowen Wilbur P. Bowen Wilbur P. Bowen Wilbur P. Bowen Wilbur P. Bowen Clare Hunter Clare Hunter Frederick Beyerman LeRoy Brown LeRoy Brown Thomas Ransom Elmer D. Mitchell Elmer D. Mitchell Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Joseph H. McCulloch Joseph H. McCulloch Joseph H. McCulloch Joseph H. McCulloch Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Harry Ockerman Harry Ockerman Harry Ockerman Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Frank Worzniak Ray Stites Ray Stites Ray Stites Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Ray Stites William Crouch William Crouch William Crouch William Crouch William Crouch William Crouch Robert Hollway James Skala James Skala James Skala James Skala James Skala James Skala J. Richard Adams J. Richard Adams J. Richard Adams J. Richard Adams J. Richard Adams J. Richard Adams James D. Dutcher James D. Dutcher James D. Dutcher James D. Dutcher James D. Dutcher James D. Dutcher Allan Freund Allan Freund Allan Freund

Year

Overall

Conf.

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

7-20 9-18 11-16 9-18 13-14 13-14 15-12 12-16 12-17 15-13 9-18 14-15 22-8 17-12 19-13 26-7 9-22 13-17 15-12 20-10 25-6 22-10 20-10 5-20 15-13 3-25 6-24 14-14 13-15 12-18 7-21 13-19 14-17 8-24 17-15 9-22 14-18 16-18

1-15/MAC 4-12/MAC 7-9/MAC 5-11/MAC 7-9/MAC 8-8/MAC 8-8/MAC 8-10/MAC 8-10/MAC 9-9/MAC 5-13/MAC 8-8/MAC 14-2/MAC 8-8/MAC 8-8/MAC 13-3/MAC 4-12/MAC 8-10/MAC 10-8/MAC 12-6/MAC 14-4/MAC 11-7/MAC 13-5/MAC 5-13/MAC 9-9/MAC 1-17/MAC 2-16/MAC 8-10/MAC 7-11/MAC 5-13/MAC 3-15/MAC 6-10/MAC 8-8/MAC 6-10/MAC 8-8/MAC 5-1/MAC 9-7/MAC 7-9/MAC

Coach Allan Freund Ray Scott Ray Scott Ray Scott Jim Boyce Jim Boyce Jim Boyce Jim Boyce Jim Boyce Jim Boyce Jim Boyce Ben Braun Ben Braun Ben Braun Ben Braun Ben Braun Ben Braun Ben Braun Ben Braun Ben Braun Ben Braun Milton Barnes Milton Barnes Milton Barnes Milton Barnes Jim Boone Jim Boone Jim Boone Jim Boone Jim Boone Charles Ramsey Charles Ramsey Charles Ramsey Charles Ramsey Charles Ramsey Charles Ramsey Rob Murphy Rob Murphy

2012-13 Results

Date Opponent Score 11-09-12 ROCHESTER W, 66-52 11-11-12 at Jacksonville State L, 54-61 11-16-12 EASTERN ILLINOIS W, 60-52 11-17-12 IPFW W, 60-47 11-18-12 TEXAS PAN AMERICAN W, 57-47 11-24-12 MADONNA W, 75-57 12/3/12 at Syracuse L, 48-84 12-08-12 PURDUE W, 47-44 12-15-12 at Illinois-Chicago L, 48-74 12/20/12 at Michigan L, 54-93 12-22-12 OAKLAND L, 57-59 12-28-12 SIENA HEIGHTS W, 87-49 01/02/13 at Kentucky L, 38-90 01/05/13 at Massachusetts L, 61-75 01-09-13 *BALL STATE L, 58-60 01/12/13 * at Bowling Green L, 44-46 01-15-13 *CENTRAL MICHIGAN W, 58-52 01-19-13 *MIAMI W, 65-58 1/23/13 * at Western Michigan L, 59-63 01-26-13 *NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 42-25 02/02/13 * at Kent State L, 62-77 02-06-13 * BUFFALO W, 65-46 02/09/13 * at Toledo L, 52-60 02-13-13 * AKRON L, 62-70 02/16/13 * at Ball State W, 56-50 2/20/13 * at Ohio L, 50-73 02-23-13 MISSOURI STATE L, 54-57 02/27/13 *at Northern Illinois W, 53-41 03-02-13 *WESTERN MICHIGAN WOT, 50-49 03/05/13 *at Central Michigan L, 59-61 03-09-13 * TOLEDO L, 67-78 03-11-13 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 45-44 03-13-13 vs Miami W, 58-47 03-14-13 vs Western Michigan L, 55-70 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Eastern Michigan School Records/Career Leaders Individual

Eastern Michigan Career Leaders

Game Points............................................................................................................................47, Gary Tyson (3/2/74) Field Goals.................................................................................................... 22, Webster Kirksey (12/20/52) 3-Point FG’s.......................................................................................... 9, Derrick Dial vs. Marshall (1/6/98) Free Throws............................................................................................................ 18, Andy Shepard (1/6/55) Rebounds........................................................................................................27, Kareem Carpenter (2/8/95) Assists......................................................................................................................18, Havey Marlatt (3/4/70) Blocked Shots......................................................................................8, Theron Wilson vs. Toledo (1/3/96)

Season Points.............................................................................................................. 886, George Gervin (1971-1972) Field Goals..................................................................................................... 339, George Gervin (1971-1972) 3-Point FG’s........................................................................................................89, Carl Thomas (1990-1991) Free Throws........................................................................................................215, Grant Long (1987-1988) Rebounds.......................................................................................................458, George Gervin (1971-1972) Assists...............................................................................................................182, Percy Cooper (1985-1986) Blocked Shots................................................................................................96, Theron Wilson (1992-1993)

Career Points...................................................................................................2,219, Kennedy McIntosh (1967-1971)

Points 1. . .................................................2,219, Kennedy McIntosh (1967-1971) 2............................................................... 2,211, Earl Boykins (1995-1998) 3. ...............................................................1,891, Derrick Dial (1995-1998) 4.......................................................1,856, Brandon Bowdry (2006-2011) 5..............................................................1,726, Brian Tolbert (1992-1996) 6......................................................... 1,680, Harvey Marlatt (1966-1970) 7.............................................................1,574, Carlos Medlock (2005-10) 8. ................................................................1,530, Gary Tyson (1970-1974) 9. ...........................................................1,528, Lorenzo Neely (1987-1991) 10. ............................................................. 1,469, Grant Long (1984-1988)

Rebounds 1. . .................................................1,426, Kennedy McIntosh (1967-1971) 2.......................................................1,006, Brandon Bowdry (2005-2011) 3. ....................................................................970, Earl Dixon (1968-1972) 4. .....................................................................878, Ed Gallup (1960-1964) 5. .................................................................. 863, Grant Long (1984-1988) 6. ................................................................801, John Bowler (2003-2006) 7. ................................................................... 788, Vince Giles (1981-1985) 8. ..................................................................743, Kory Hallas (1988-1992) 9. ....................................................................708, Bob Riddle (1974-1977) 10. ...............................................................692, Derrick Dial (1995-1998)

Field Goals.............................................................................................914, Kennedy McIntosh (1967-1971)

Assists

3-Point FG’s.......................................................................................................214, Derrick Dial (1995-1998)

1. . ...............................................................624, Earl Boykins (1995-1998) 2. ..............................................................521, Lorenzo Neely (1987-1991) 3.............................................................439, Harvey Marlatt (1966-1970) 4. ..............................................................421, Michael Ross (2001-2005) 5. .............................................................417, Lindell Reason (1969-1972) 6...............................................................400, Carlos Medlock (2005-10) 7. ....................................................... 364, Marlow McClain (1979-1983) 8. ....................................................................... 357, Dan Hoff (1972-1976) 9. ...............................................................438, Percy Cooper (1983-1986) 10. .......................................................... 328, Hank Wiggins (1977-1980)

Free Throws..................................................................................................... 512, Earl Boykins (1995-1998) Rebounds............................................................................................1,426, Kennedy McIntosh (1967-1971) Assists............................................................................................................... 624, Earl Boykins (1995-1998) Blocked Shots..............................................................................................257, Theron Wilson (1992-1996)

Team Game Points.......................................................................................................................... 134 vs. Hillsdale (2/5/70) Field Goals................................................................................................................. 57 vs. Hillsdale (2/12/69) Free Throws.................................................................................................... 47 vs. Eastern Illinois (2/9/57)

Season Points........................................................................................................................................ 2,955 (1970-1971) Field Goals.................................................................................................................................1,221 (1970-1971) 3-Point FG’s.............................................................................................................................. 257 (2007-2008) Free Throws................................................................................................................................561 (1990-1991) Most Consecutive Wins ............................................................................................................18 (1971-1972)

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Steals 1. . ............................................................. 170, Michael Ross (2001-2005) 2. ......................................................... 169, Carlos Medlock (2005-2010) 3. .........................................................116, Brandon Bowdry (2006-2011) 4. ............................................................ 113, Antonio Green (2008-2012) 5. ................................................................ 90, Travis Lewis (2005-2008) 6. ............................................................ 84, Markus Austin (2001-2005) 7. .............................................................. 82, James Jackson (2001-2005) 8. ................................................................... 81, J.R. Sims (2009-Present) 9. .................................................................78, Jamell Harris (2009-2013) 10. ............................................................... 77, John Bowler (2002-2006)

Blocked Shots 1. . ..........................................................257, Theron Wilson (1992-1996) 2..................................................................167, Jamell Harris (2010-2013) 3. ..................................................................120, Brian Nolan (1986-1990) 4. ............................................................ 104, Ryan Prillman (1999-2003) 5..................................................................96, Da’Shonte Riley (2011-pr.) 6....................................................................79, Justin Dobbins (2006-10) 7. ............................................................ 78, Mike McCaskill (1983-1987) 8. ...............................................................73, Tyson Radney (1998-2002) 9. .............................................................69, Calvin Warner (1998-2000) 10. ................................................ 67, James “Boo” Jackson (2002-2005)


Kent State Golden Flashes Team Information Quick Facts

Location......................................................................................... Kent, Ohio President: .....................................................................Dr. Lester A. Lefton Athletics Director: ....................................................................Joel Nielsen Enrollment: ...............................................................41,365 (all campuses) Founded: ................................................................................................... 1910 First Year of MAC Basketball:........................................................ 1951-52 Joined MAC............................................................................................... 1951 Nickname: ............................................................................Golden Flashes Colors: . ........................................................................... Navy Blue & Gold Athletics Website: . ..................................... www.kentstatesports.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account...................................@KentStMBB

Team Facts

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: .............................................................8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: ......................................................................... 3/2 2012-13 Overall Record: ........................................................................21-14 Home........................................................................................................ 12-6 Away........................................................................................................... 8-7 Neutral........................................................................................................ 1-1 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:................................................. 9-7/3rd East Home.......................................................................................................... 5-3 Away...........................................................................................................4-4 2012-13 Postseason: ........................ def. Buffalo in MAC 3rd rd., 70-68 ................................................... lost to Akron in MAC Semifinals, 59-62 ................................................................def. Fairfield in CIT 1st Rd., 73-71 ...............................................lost at Loyola (Md.) in CIT 2nd Rd., 59-73

Team History

All-Time Record: . .....................................................1,116-1,163 (97 years) All-Time MAC Record: ............................................... 437-491 (62years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ................................... 30/34-25 (.576) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . ..................................................... 5/2008 NCAA Appearances/Record: ................................................ 5/4-5 (.444) Last NCAA Appearance: ......................................................................2008 NIT Appearances/Record: ...................................................... 9/5-9 (.357) Last NIT Appearance: ............................................................................ 2011

2013-14 Schedule

Date Opponent Time November 8 Ohio Northern 7 p.m. 11 at Temple 7 p.m. (ESPNU) 13 #at Seton Hall 7 p.m. 17 St. Peter’s 2 p.m. 21 #Western Carolina 7 p.m. 22 #USC Upstate 7 p.m. 23 #Niagara 7 p.m. 27 Youngstown State 7 p.m. December 1 Kennesaw State 2 p.m. 4 Bucknell 7 p.m. 21 at College of Charleston 3 p.m. 28 Cleveland State 7 p.m. 31 at Princeton Noon January 8 *Ohio 7 p.m. (TWC) 11 *Ball State TBA 15 *at Northern Illinois 8 p.m. 18 *at Buffalo 2:30 p.m. 23 *Western Michigan TBA 26 *at Toledo 6 p.m. (TWC) 29 *Northern Illinois 7 p.m. (TWC) February 1 *Akron TBA 5 *at Central Michigan 7 p.m. 8 *at Eastern Michigan 2 p.m. 12 *Bowling Green TBA 15 *Central Michigan 6 p.m. (TWC) 19 *at Miami 7 p.m. 22 *Buffalo Noon (TWC) 26 *at Bowling Green 7 p.m. March 1 *at Ohio TBA 4 *Miami TBA 7 or 8 *Akron TBA * Mid-American Conference Game # Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Home games in BOLD

Roster n o name

0 1 2 3 4 5 11 13 14 20 21 23 32 35 41 42

Devareaux Manley Kris Brewer Kellon Thomas Devin Carter Chris Ortiz Tyler Scott Jon Fleming Mark Henniger K.K. Simmons Marquiez Lawrence Khaliq Spicer Derek Jackson Melvin Tabb Jimmy Hall Blake Vedder Darren Goodson

pos G G G G/F F G G F G F F G F F C F

ht

Jr. Jr. So. So. So. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. R-So. Fr. So. R-Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr.

wt 6-4 6-3 5-11 6-4 6-8 6-5 5-9 6-9 6-3 6-8 6-9 6-1 6-9 6-7 7-4 6-5

yr

hometown (school)

195 Oakland, Calif. (Castlemont) 185 Memphis, Tenn. (Brehm Prep [Ill.]) 180 Indianapolis, Ind. (Southport) 200 Champaign, Ill. (Lake Land College [Ill.]) 225 Brooklyn, N.Y. (South Kent Prep [Conn.]) 202 Pittsburgh, Pa. (Gateway) 160 Fishers, Ind. (Fishers) 230 Massillon, Ohio (Jackson) 190 Marietta, Ga. (UNC Wilmington) 200 Columbus, Ohio (Marion-Franklin) 210 Detroit, Mich. (Robichaud) 175 Cleveland, Ohio (Central Michigan) 255 Raleigh, N.C. (Midland College [Tex.]) 215 Brooklyn, N.Y. (Hofstra) 235 Chesterland, Ohio (Indiana [Pa.]) 245 Cincinnati, Ohio (Pensacola State College [Fla.])

Roster Breakdown

Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Kris Brewer G Jr. 9.1 2.8 2.7 Darren Goodson F Sr. 8.4 3.8 1.5 Mark Henniger F Sr. 4.7 3.6 0.3 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Chris Evans G Sr. 16.2 7.7 2.0 Randal Holt G Sr. 14.7 3.2 2.4 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Devareaux Manley G Jr. 4.6 1.0 0.2 Melvin Tabb F Sr. 3.9 3.1 0.3 Kellon Thomas G So. 2.7 1.0 1.0 Chris Ortiz F So. 2.1 2.0 0.1 Kaliq Spicer F So. 1.0 1.2 0.0 Redshirts/Eligible Transfers Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Derek Jackson G Jr. -- -- -K.K. Simmons G So. -- -- -Tyler Scott G/F Fr. -- -- -Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Bryson Pope G Jr. 4.8 3.6 0.6 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Devin Carter G/F So. 6-4 200 Jon Fleming G Fr. 5-9 160 *Jimmy Hall F So. 6-7 215 Marquiez Lawrence F Fr. 6-8 200 *Blake Vedder C Sr. 7-4 235 * Must sit out 2012-13 season due to NCAA transfer rules

2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games.................................................................35 Field Goal Pct...........................823/1921 (.428) Three Point FG Pct.................. 241/669 (.360) Free Throw Pct.........................597/842 (.709) Offensive Rebounds.................................... 427 Defense Rebounds........................................ 813 Total Rebounds......................1240 (35.4 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 684 Foul Outs...........................................................17 Assists ............................................................402 Turnovers....................................................... 447 Blocks.................................................................93 Steals............................................................... 236 Points......................................2,484 (71.0 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct............................ 375/863 (.435) Three Point FG Pct...................125/323 (.387) Free Throw Pct..........................279/393 (.710) Offensive Rebounds..................................... 188 Defense Rebounds........................................376 Total Rebounds....................... 564 (35.2 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................ 317 Foul Outs...........................................................11 Assists .............................................................198 Turnovers.........................................................211 Blocks................................................................ 48 Steals.................................................................110 Points....................................... 1,154 (72.1 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Kent State Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Jay Fiorello (jfiorel2@kent.edu) 330.672.8420(O)/330.209.9333 (C) Newspapers Beat Writer Office Phone Akron Beacon Journal Stephanie Storm (sstorm@thebeaconjournal.com) 330.996.3800 Cleveland Plain Dealer Elton Alexander (efasports@aol.com) 216.999.4370 Record-Courier Allen Moff (amoff@Recordpub.com) 330.805.0266 Daily Kent Stater (student) Tim Dorst (tdorst@kent.edu) 330.672.2584 Radio Color/Play-By-Play Office Phone Kent State Radio PBP: Ty Linder (Linder_17@yahoo.com) 419.217.1718 Television Sports Director Office Phone WEWS-TV (ABC-5) Tom Misson (misson@wews.com) 216.431.3700 WJW-TV (FOX-8) Katie Rossborough (katie.rossborough@fox8.com) 216.432.4240 WKYC-TV (NBC-3) Jeff Yakawiak (jyakawiak@wkyc.com) 216.344.3333 WOIO-TV (CBS-19) Ryan Minnaugh (rminnaugh@woio.com) 216.771.1948

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information Head Coach:........................................................................................................................................................................................Rob Senderoff Alma Mater: . ..................................................................................................................................... Albany, ‘95/Miami University (Masters) Hometown:................................................................................................................................................................................. Spring Valley, N.Y. Birth Date:................................................................................................................................................................................................July 25, 1973 Playing Career:....................................................................................................................................................................................................... N/A Overall Record: . .............................................................................................................................................................................. 42-26 (2 years) School Record: ....................................................................................................................................................................................................Same MAC Record: ....................................................................................................................................................................................19-13 (2 years) MAC Tournament Appearances (Record:)...............................................................................................................................................2 (2-2) NCAA Tournament Appearances (Record:)................................................................................................................................................. N/A NIT Appearances (Record):............................................................................................................................................................................... N/A

Previous Coaching Experience

Senderoff vs. The MAC vs. Akron: . .............................................1-5 vs. Ball State..........................................2-0 vs. Bowling Green................................2-2 vs. Buffalo:.............................................. 4-1 vs. Central Michigan..........................2-0 vs. Eastern Michigan:.........................2-0 vs. Miami:...............................................3-1 vs. Northern Illinois:............................ 1-1 vs. Ohio:...................................................1-3 vs. Toledo:............................................... 1-1 vs. Western Michigan:........................2-1

Kent State University.....................................................................................................................................Associate Head Coach (2008-11) Indiana University.....................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2006-08) Kent State University...............................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2002-06) Towson University.....................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2001-02) Yale University.............................................................................................................................................................. Assistant Coach (1999-01 Fordham University...................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1997-99) Miami University..................................................................................................................................... Graduate Assistant Coach (1995-97)

Senderoff’s Year-By-Year Year School Overall Conference Postseason 2011-12 Kent State 21-12 10-6 CollegeInsider.com (0-1) 2012-13 Kent State 21-14 9-7 CollegeInsider.com (1-1) Career 2 Years (2 MAC) 42-26 (.618) 19-13 (.594) 1-2 (.333)

Assistant Coaches Bobby Steinburg.........................................................................................................................Middle Tennessee State, 1997 (Sixth season) Eric Haut..............................................................................................................................................................Kent State, 2004 (Sixth season) DeAndre Haynes............................................................................................................................................ Kent State, 2006 (Second season) Mike McKee, Director of Basketball Operations......................................................................................Kent State, 2010 (Third Season)

Kent State All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach Seasons Record 1913-15 Alexander Whyte 2 10-4 1915-17 Dr. Donald Ulrich 2 6-14 1917-19 Did Not Compete 1919-23 Paul Chandler 4 11-24 1923-25 Frank Harsh 2 8-17 1925-33 Merle Wagoner 8 43-81 1933-35 August Peterka 2 13-15 1935-43 Donald Starn 8 98-81 1943-44 Din Not Compete 1944-46 William Satterlee 2 13-21 1946-48 Harry Adams 2 28-19 1948-51, 55-57 Dave McDowell 5 71-49 1951-55 Clarence Haerr 4 37-52 1957-61 Bill Bertka 4 36-57 1961-66 Bob Doll 5 33-77 1966-73 Frank Truitt 8 74-121 1974-78 Rex Hughes 3+ 27-63 1978 Mike Boyd 0+ 5-11 1978-82 Ed Douma 4 40-66 1982-92 Jim McDonald 10 148-139 1992-96 Dave Grub 4 45-63 1996-01 Gary Waters 5 92-60 2001-02 Stan Heath 1 30-6 2002-08 Jim Christian 6 138-58 2008-11 Geno Ford 3 68-37 2011-pr. Rob Senderoff 2 42-26

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Pct. .714 .300 .314 .380 .347 .464 .540 .435 .686 .592 .416 .387 .300 .380 .300 .313 .377 .516 .416 .605 .833 .704 .647 .618

M.A.C Center Capacity: ....................................................................................................................................................6,327 Press Row Phone: .................................................................................................................. (330) 672-9411 Largest Crowd: .................................................................................. 7,778 vs. St. Bonaventure (1-10-70) Year Opened: ..............................................................................................................................................1950 All-Time Arena Record: ....................................................................................................................527-268


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86

7-2 3-2 4-8 2-6 No games played No games played 2-4 4-7 1-7 4-6 4-9 4-8 6-8 5-11 3-13 11-7 4-9 8-9 2-13 4-11 5-9 8-6 10-7 15-7 10-13 12-11 13-10 12-10 14-11 12-12 No Games Played 3-11 10-10 13-11 15-8 20-8 18-4 18-8 14-10 7-15 8-13 8-14 10-11 5-18 9-14 11-13 7-16 9-4 2-19 3-18 11-13 9-11 8-16 5-18 9-15 14-10 7-17 13-11 7-17 10-16 9-17 6-20 12-14 8-19 6-21 13-14 10-17 7-19 10-16 15-13 15-14 17-13 11-16

-- -- -- --

Alexander Whyte Alexander Whyte Alexander Whyte Alexander Whyte

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Paul Chandler Paul Chandler Paul Chandler Paul Chandler Frank Harsh Frank Harsh Merle Wagoner Merle Wagoner Merle Wagoner Merle Wagoner Merle Wagoner Merle Wagoner Merle Wagoner Merle Wagoner August Peterka August Peterka Donald Starn Donald Starn Donald Starn Donald Starn Donald Starn Donald Starn Donald Starn Donald Starn

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

10-18 10-18 21-10 21-8 10-18 9-19 10-17 13-14 8-19 14-13 9-18 13-17 23-7 23-8 24-10 30-6 22-9 22-9 20-13 25-9 21-11 28-7 19-15 24-10 25-12 21-12 21-14

6-10/MAC 6-10/MAC 12-4/MAC 12-4/MAC 4-12/MAC 6-10/MAC 7-11/MAC 8-10/MAC 5-11/ MAC 8-10/MAC 7-11/MAC 9-9/MAC 13-5/MAC 13-5/MAC 13-5/MAC 17-1/ MAC 12-6/MAC 13-5/MAC 11-7/MAC 15-3/MAC 12-4/MAC 13-3/MAC 10-6/MAC 13-3/MAC 12-4/MAC 10-6/MAC 9-7/MAC

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-7/MAC 3-9/MAC 3-9/MAC 5-9/MAC 5-7/MAC 2-10/MAC 3-9/MAC 6-6/MAC 2-10/MAC 4-8/MAC 1-11/MAC 1-11/MAC 5-7/MAC 4-8/MAC 3-9/MAC 1-11/MAC 3-9/MAC 6-6/MAC 2-8/MAC 4-6/MAC 6-4/MAC 5-7/MAC 1-11/MAC 3-11/MAC 7-9/MAC 4-12/MAC 4-12/MAC 7-9/MAC 7-9/MAC 5-11/MAC 6-10/MAC 9-9/MAC 8-10/MAC 11-7/MAC 7-11/MAC

William Satterlee William Satterlee Harry Adams Harry Adams Dave McDowell Dave McDowell Dave McDowell Clarence Haerr Clarence Haerr Clarence Haerr Clarence Haerr Dave McDowell Dave McDowell Bill Bertka Bill Bertka Bill Bertka Bill Bertka Bob Doll Bob Doll Bob Doll Bob Doll Bob Doll Frank Truitt Frank Truitt Frank Truitt Frank Truitt Frank Truitt Frank Truitt Frank Truitt Frank Truitt Rex Hughes Rex Hughes Rex Hughes Rex Hughes Ed Douma Ed Douma Ed Douma Ed Douma Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald

Coach Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Jim McDonald Dave Grube Dave Grube Dave Grube Dave Grube Gary Waters Gary Waters Gary Waters Gary Waters Gary Waters Stan Heath Jim Christian Jim Christian Jim Christian Jim Christian Jim Christian Jim Christian Geno Ford Geno Ford Geno Ford Rob Senderoff Rob Senderoff

2012-13 Results

Date Opponent Score 11/09/12 DREXEL WOT, 66-62 11/13/12 TEMPLE L, 66-80 11/16/12 CHICAGO STATE W, 92-63 11/18/12 VALPARAISO LOT, 83-88 11/20/12 BETHUNE-COOKMAN W, 69-68 11/24/12 at Nebraska W, 74-60 11/28/12 at Youngstown WOT, 85-78 12/01/12 PRINCETON L, 50-62 12/04/12 at Bucknell L, 60-76 12/09/12 at Xavier L, 55-62 12/20/12 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) W, 77-48 12/22/12 ARKANSAS STATE W, 73-69 12/30/12 FARIMONT STATE W, 77-75 1/2/13 at Cleveland State W, 72-55 1/9/13 *TOLEDO L, 58-70 1/12/13 *at Ball State W, 61-47 1/16/13 *at Buffalo W, 80-68 1/19/13 *AKRON L, 67-71 1/23/13 *at Bowling Green L, 55-70 1/26/13 *OHIO L, 68-69 1/30/13 *at Northern Illinois L, 65-67 2/2/13 *EASTERN MICHIGAN W, 77-62 2/6/13 *at Western Michigan L, 76-82 2/9/13 *CENTRAL MICHIGAN W, 87-72 2/16/13 *at Ohio LOT, 75-78 2/13/13 *MIAMI W, 87-70 2/23/13 at Loyola (Chi.) W, 70-63 2/27/13 *BUFFALO WOT, 83-81 3/2/13 *at Miami W, 78-58 3/5/13 *BOWLING GREEN W, 69-61 3/8/13 *at Akron W, 68-64 3/14/13 vs Buffalo W, 70-68 3/15/13 vs Akron L, 59-62 3/20/13 FAIRFIELD W, 73-71 3/24/13 at Loyola (Md.) L , 59-73 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Kent State School Records/Career Leaders Individual Game Points............................................................................49, Dan Potopsky vs. Western Michigan (2/5/55) Field Goals................................................................... 20, Dan Potopsky vs. Western Michigan (2/5/55) 3-Point FG’s....................................................................................9, Mike Klinzing vs. Air Force (12/1/90) Free Throws....................17, Ric Blevins vs. Wright State (2/7/90); Jim Gorsline vs. Toledo (1/6/57) Rebounds........31, Leroy Thompson vs. Case (12/12/48)/Fred Klaisner vs. Western Reserve (1948) Assists.................................................................................... 15, Joe McKeown vs. Bowling Green (3/1/78) Steals......... 8, Mike Klinzing vs. BGSU (1/16/91); Chris Singletary vs. UNC Greensboro (12/18/09) Blocked Shots...................6, John Edwards vs. Buffalo (2/11/04)/John Edwards vs. Buffalo (2/18/03) ..............................................................................................................Tony Banks vs. Wright State (2/7/90)

Season Points........................................................................................................... 640, Antonio Gates (2002-2003) Field Goals..............................................248, Anthony Grier (1984-1985)/Burrell McGhee (1977-1978) 3-Point FG’s..............................................................................................................86, D.J. Bosse (1996-1997) Free Throws............................................................................................. 180, Trevor Huffman (2000-2001) Rebounds................................................................................................ 423, Bradley Robinson (1973-1974) Assists...................................................................................................... 180, DeAndre Haynes (2004-2005) Steals................................................................................................................. 76, Reggie Adams (1986-1987) Blocked Shots.................................................................................................81, John Edwards (2003-2004)

Career Points...................................................................................................... 1,820, Trevor Huffman (1998-2002) Field Goals..................................................................................................672, Burrell McGhee (1976-1979) 3-Point FG’s..................................................................................................... 247, Randal Holt (2009-2013) Free Throws.............................................................................................524, Trevor Huffman (1998-2002) Rebounds.....................................................................................................1,012, Trent Grooms (1976-1980) Assists......................................................................................................625, DeAndre Haynes (2002-2006)

Kent State Career Leaders Points 1. . .....................................................1,820, Trevor Huffman (1998-2002) 2.......................................................... 1,710, Burrell McGhee (1976-1979) 3. .......................................................... 1,565, Anthony Grier (1981-1985) 4............................................................ 1,550, Justin Greene (2008-2012) 5. .................................................................1,536, Eric Glenn (1986-1990) 6. .................................................... 1,533, Andrew Mitchell (1998-2002) 7. ...........................................................1,520, Larry Robbins (1981-1985) 8. ......................................................... 1,456, Nate Reinking (1992-1996) 9................................................................1,417, Randal Holt (2009-2013) 10. ........................................................1,337, Kyrem Massey (1997-2001)

Rebounds 1. . .......................................................... 1,012, Trent Grooms (1976-1980) 2................................................................814, Justin Greene (2008-2012) 3. ....................................................... 768, Bradley Robinson (1973-1976) 4. ............................................................762, Terry Wearsch (1983-1987) 5. ................................................................ 669, Roger Evans (1969-1972) 6. .................................................................646, Mike Scott (2004-2008) 7. ................................................................... 628, Eric Glenn (1986-1990) 8. .................................................................621, Harvey Hunt (1958-1961) 9. ................................................................. 590, Tony Banks (1988-1992) 10. ........................................................ 577, Demetric Shaw (1998-2002)

Assists 1. . .....................................................625, DeAndre Haynes (2002-2006) 2. ................................................................... 594, Ed Norvell (1995-1999) 3. ........................................................ 520, Trevor Huffman (1998-2002) 4............................................................... 503, Anthony Grier (1981-1985) 5. ....................................................... 413, Andrew Mitchell (1998-2002) 6. ..............................................................391, Reggie Adams (1985-1989) 7................................................................... 347, Jordan Mincy (2005-09) 8. ...........................................................342, Harold Walton (1988-1992) 9. .............................................................326, Kenny Howell (1978-1982) 10......................................................... 325, Chris Singletary (2006-2010)

Steals........................................................................................................229, DeAndre Haynes (2002-2006)

Steals

Blocked Shots...............................................................................................179, John Edwards (2000-2004)

1. . .....................................................229, DeAndre Haynes (2002-2006) 2. ..............................................................197, Reggie Adams (1985-1989) 3..............................................................191, Chris Singletary (2006-201) 4. ....................................................................184, Ed Norvell (1995-1999) 5. ............................................................177, Harold Walton (1988-1992) 6............................................ 165, Rodriquez Sherman (2005-08; 09-11) 7. .......................................................164, Andrew Mitchell (1998-2002) 8. ..............................................................160, Anthony Grier (1981-1985) 9 .......................................................... 156, Trevor Huffman (1998-2002) 10. .............................................................. 142, Randal Holt (2009-2013)

Team Game Points ......................................................119 vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) (12/9/98)/vs. Wayne State (12/1/64) Field Goals .........................................................................................................55 vs. Wayne State (12/1/64) 3-Point FG’s . .............................................................................................................16 vs. Marshall (2/19/02) Free Throws .....................................................................................42 vs. Western Michigan (1954-1955) Rebounds .............................................................................................88 vs. Western Reserve (1948-1949)

Season Points ......................................................................................................................................2,732 (2001-2002) Field Goals ................................................................................................................................986 (2001-2002) 3-Point FG’s . ...........................................................................................................................264 (2003-2004) Free Throws ..............................................................................................................................595 (1954-1955) Rebounds ............................................................................................. 1,322 (2001-2002)/1,322 (1973-1974) Most Consecutive Wins............................................................................................................... 21 (2001-02)

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Blocked Shots 1. . ...........................................................179, John Edwards (2000-2004) 2................................................................120, Justin Greene (2008-2012) 3. ................................................. 117, Haminn Quaintance (2006-2008) 4. ............................................................107, John Whorton (1996-2000) 5. ..............................................................98, Terry Wearsch (1983-1987) 6. .............................................................. 92, Kyrem Massey (1997-2001) 7. .................................................................. 82, Brook Bright (1993-1997) 8. ....................................................................69, Tony Banks (1988-1992) 9. ....................................................................61, Mike Scott (2004-2008) T10. . .......................................................60, Jim Mangapora (1986-1990) T10. . ...................................................60, Marvin Robinson (1982-1984)


Miami RedHawks Team Information Quick Facts Location.....................................................................................Oxford, Ohio President: ..................................................................... Dr. David C. Hodge Athletics Director: .................................................................. David Sayler Enrollment: ............................................................................................17,557 Founded: ...................................................................................................1809 First Year of MAC Basketball:....................................................... 1947-48 Joined MAC...............................................................................................1947 Nickname: ....................................................................................RedHawks Colors: . ....................................................................................Red & White Athletics Website: . .......................................... www.muredhawks.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account...........................@MiamiOH_BBall

TEAM FACTS Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............................................................. 5/6 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................................................4/1 2012-13 Overall Record: .........................................................................9-22 Home..........................................................................................................5-8 Away......................................................................................................... 4-13 Neutral........................................................................................................0-1 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:................................................3-13/6th East Home...........................................................................................................1-7 Away...........................................................................................................2-6 2012-13 Postseason: ..............Def. Bowling Green in MAC 1st Rd., 63-52 ..............................................Lost to Eastern Michigan in MAC 2nd Rd., 47-58

team history All-Time Record: . .................................................1,298-1,092 (108 years) All-Time MAC Record: ............................................. 600-364 (66 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ................................... 32/37-28 (.569) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . ..................................................... 4/2007 NCAA Appearances/Record: ............................................. 17/6-19 (.240) Last NCAA Appearance: ......................................................................2007 NIT Appearances/Record: ......................................................6/2-6 (.250)

2013-14 Schedule

Date Opponent Time October 30 Northwood (Exh.) 7 p.m. Novemeber 8 at Notre Dame 7 p.m. 12 at Arizona State 9 p.m. 20 at Xavier 8 p.m. 23 Wilmington 3 p.m. December 3 IPFW 7 p.m. 7 at Evansville 2 p.m. 15 Wright State 2 p.m. 18 at UMKC 8 p.m. 21 at Tennessee State 8 p.m. 29 Southern Illinois 3:30 p.m. January 4 at UMass 7 p.m. 8 *at Central Michigan 7 p.m. 11 *Western Michigan 3 p.m. 15 *at Akron 7 p.m. 18 *at Ball State 2 p.m. 22 *Central Michigan 7 p.m. 25 *at Bowling Green 2 p.m. 29 *Toledo 7 p.m. February 1 *Eastern Michigan 3 p.m. 4 *at Northern Illinois 7 p.m. (TWC) 8 *at Ohio 2 p.m. (TWC) 12 *Buffalo 7 p.m. 15 *at Western Michigan 4:30 p.m. 19 *Kent State 7 p.m. 23 *Bowling Green 2 p.m. 26 *Akron 7 p.m. March 1 *at Buffalo Noon (TWC) 4 *at Kent State TBA 7 or 8 *Ohio TBA * Mid-American Conference Game Home games in BOLD

Roster n o name 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 12 13 22 33 35 40 41

Geovonie McKnight Eric Washington Quinten Rollins Will Sullivan Reggie Johnson Jaryd Eustace Joshua Oswald Bill Edwards Phillip Bennett Willie Moore Will Felder Brian Oddo John Hawkins Blake McLimans

pos

ht

wt

yr

G G G G G G F F G G F F C F/C

6-3 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-7 6-7 6-6 6-0 6-3 6-7 6-6 7-0 6-10

182 175 179 188 201 187 210 245 165 198 207 205 259 240

So. Middletown, Ohio (Middletown) Jr. Columbia, S.C. (Presbyterian/Keenan) Sr. Wilmington, Ohio (Wilmington) Jr. Elmhurst, Ill. (York) So. Chicago, Ill. (St. Joseph) Fr. Brisbane, Australia (Brisbane Boys’ College) Fr. Melbourne, Australia (Caulfield Grammar School) RSr. Middletown, Ohio (Penn State/Middletown) Sr. Oxford, Ohio (Talawanda) So. Cincinnati, Ohio (Oregon/Aiken) RSr. Cleveland, Ohio (Lutheran East) So. New Lenox, Ill. (Providence Catholic) RSo. Troy, Mich. (Palm Beach Atlantic/Troy) RSr. Hamburg, N.Y. (Michigan/Worchester Acad., Hamburg)

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Will Felder F Sr. 11.6 5.3 0.9 Reggie Johnson G So. 8.4 2.3 1.1 Quinten Rollins G Sr. 5.2 3.0 3.9 Will Sullivan G Jr. 3.5 2.2 0.8 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Allen Roberts G Jr. 12.3 2.6 1.6 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Geovonie McKnight G So. 5.4 2.5 1.6 Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Vince Legarza C Sr. 1.6 1.6 0.5 Jon Harris F Jr. 8.5 4.2 1.1 Drew McGhee C Jr. 5.2 2.3 0.3 Josh Sewell G Jr. 2.2 0.8 0.2 Jared Tadlock C So. 0.2 0.4 0.0 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Jaryd Eustace G Fr. 6-7 187 John Hawkins C So. 7-0 259 Blake McLimans F/C Sr. 6-10 240 Willie Moore G So. 6-3 298 Joshua Oswald F Fr. 6-7 210 Eric Washington* G Jr. 5-10 175 Phillip Bennett G Sr. 6-0 165 Brian Oddo F So. 6-6 205 *Will sit out 2013-14 Season due to NCAA transfer guidelines

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2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games..................................................................31 Field Goal Pct.......................... 687/1598 (.430) Three Point FG Pct....................178/537 (.331) Free Throw Pct.........................402/591 (.680) Offensive Rebounds.....................................279 Defense Rebounds........................................ 631 Total Rebounds........................910 (29.4 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 558 Foul Outs............................................................8 Assists .............................................................379 Turnovers........................................................441 Blocks.................................................................74 Steals............................................................... 258 Points......................................1,954 (63.0 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct............................352/805 (.437) Three Point FG Pct.................... 67/236 (.284) Free Throw Pct........................200/294 (.680) Offensive Rebounds.....................................149 Defense Rebounds........................................ 318 Total Rebounds........................466 (29.1 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 282 Foul Outs............................................................0 Assists ............................................................. 174 Turnovers........................................................ 231 Blocks.................................................................35 Steals................................................................129 Points.........................................970 (60.7 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Miami Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Angie Renninger (renninal@muohio.edu) 513.529.6239 (O)/513.330.0810 (C) Newspapers Beat Writer Office Phone Hamilton-Journal News Mark Schmetzer (markschmetzer@fuse.net) 513.863.7970 Radio Color/Play-By-Play Office Phone Miami Sports Network PBP: Steve Baker (bakersa@muohio.edu) 513.529.7288 Color: Terry Bridge (terry@bridgessportswear.com) Television Sports Director Office Phone WCPO-TV (ABC) John Popovich (jpopovich@wcpo.com) 513.852.4077 WKRC-TV (CBS) Brad Johansen (bjohansen@local12.com) 513.763.5452 WLWT-TV (NBC) George Vogel (gvogel@hearst.com) 513.412.5088 WXIX-TV (FOX) Joe Panneman (19sports@fox19.com) 513.421.0119

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information Head Coach............................................................................................................................................................................................ John Cooper Alma Mater: . ................................................................................................................................................................................Wichita State, ‘91 Hometown:.....................................................................................................................................................................................Kansas City, Mo. Birth Date:...................................................................................................................................................................................... February 16, 1969 Playing Career:.................................................................................................................................................................. Wichita State (1987-91) Overall Record: . ...............................................................................................................................................................................52-73 (4 years) School Record: ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 9-22 (1 year) MAC Record: ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-13 (1 year) MAC Tournament Appearances/Record:....................................................................................................................................................... 1/1-1 NCAA Tournament Appearances/Record:..................................................................................................................................................... N/A NIT Appearances/Record:.................................................................................................................................................................................. N/A

Previous Coaching Experience Tennessee State.................................................................................................................................................................. Head Coach (2009-12) Auburn University....................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2004-09) University of Oregon.................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2002-04) University of South Carolina....................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1995-01) Fayetteville State.........................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1993-95)

Cooper vs. The MAC

Coopers’ Year-By-Year

vs. Akron: . ............................................0-2 Year School Overall Conference Postseason Tennessee State 43-51 -- -vs. Ball State.......................................... 0-1 2008-11 2012-13 Miami 9-22 3-13 -vs. Bowling Green.................................2-1 4 years (1 MAC) 52-73 (.416) 3-13 (.187) -vs. Buffalo:............................................... 1-1 Career vs. Central Michigan.......................... 1-0 vs. Eastern Michigan..........................0-2 vs. Kent State:.......................................0-2 vs. Northern Illinois:........................... 0-1 vs. Ohio:..................................................0-2 Associate/Assistant Coaches vs. Toledo:.............................................. 0-1 Rick Duckett (Associate).........................................................................................................................North Carolina, 1979 (First Season) vs. Western Michigan:....................... 0-1 Sheldon Everett..........................................................................................................................................South Carolina, 2004 (First Season) Trey Meyer...............................................................................................................................................................Clemson, 2009 (First Season)

Miami All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach Seasons Record 1905-1906 Carroll Hoel 1 3-3 1906-07 John Snyder 1 2-4 1907-08 C.H. Martin 1 1-7 1908-12 F.W. Stone 4 17-20 1912-13 M. Hoskins 1 4-8 1913-14 A.D. Browne 1 6-7 1913-15 Howard Flack 1 4-9 1915-16 C.J. Roberts 1 4-9 1916-17, 19-22 George Little 4 43-21 1917-19 George Rider 2 17-5 1922-24 Harry Ewing 2 11-15 1924-30 Roy Tilloston 6 44-49 1930-38 John Mauer 8 46-80 1938-39 Wilbur (Weeb) Ewbank 1 5-13 1939-42 W. (Rip) Van Winkle 3 28-22 1942-49 W.J. (Blue) Foster 7 75-58 1949-51 John Brickels 2 15-28 1951-57 Bill Rohr 6 91-47 1957-66 Richard Shrider 9 126-96 1966-70 Taylor (Tates) Locke 4 56-42 1970-84 Darrell Hedric 14 216-157 1984-90 Jerry Peirson 6 85-89 1990-93 Joby Wright 3 61-29 1993-96 Herb Sendek 3 63-26 1996-12 Charlie Coles 16 263-224 2008* Jermaine Henderson -- 3-2 *served in interim role in 2007-2008 2012-pr. John Cooper 1 9-22

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Pct. .500 .333 .125 .459 .333 .462 .308 .308 .672 .773 .423 .473 .365 .278 .560 .564 .349 .659 .568 .571 .579 .489 .678 .708 .540 .600 .290

Millett hall Capacity: ...................................................................................................................................................6,400 Press Row Phone: ..................................................................................................................(513) 529-7276 Largest Crowd: ........................................................................................10,634 vs. Cincinnati (12-15-76) Year Opened: .............................................................................................................................................. 1968 All-Time Arena Record: .................................................................................................................... 419-134


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78

3-3 2-4 1-7 4-6 6-4 4-3 3-7 4-8 7-6 4-9 4-9 12-3 10-0 7-5 9-5 9-6 13-7 9-6 2-9 3-10 7-9 9-6 13-3 7-11 5-10 5-10 6-10 3-13 4-11 3-12 9-8 5-11 11-5 5-13 12-6 10-7 6-9 11-5 10-2 8-7 10-9 15-7 13-15 8-13 5-15 10-13 19-6 17-6 12-10 14-9 12-8 17-8 18-9 14-11 8-16 7-17 12-12 17-7 20-5 18-7 14-10 11-12 15-12 16-8 20-5 12-12 18-9 13-13 19-7 18-8 20-6 19-9

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-5/MAC 3-7/MAC 3-7/MAC 4-4/MAC 9-3/MAC 10-2/MAC 7-5/MAC 11-3/MAC 8-4/MAC 11-1/MAC 12-0/MAC 9-3/MAC 6-6/MAC 3-9/MAC 8-4/MAC 9-3/MAC 11-1/MAC 11-1/MAC 7-5/MAC 4-8/MAC 10-2/MAC 7-3/MAC 9-1/MAC 4-6/MAC 9-2/MAC 6-6/MAC 8-5/MAC 14-2/MAC 13-3/MAC 12-4/MAC

Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

Carroll Hoel John Snyder C.H. Martin F.W. Stone F.W. Stone F.W. Stone F.W. Stone M.Hoskins A.D. Browne Howard Flack C.J. Roberts George Little George Rider George Rider George Little George Little George Little Harry Ewing Harry Ewing Roy Tillotson Roy Tillotson Roy Tillotson Roy Tillotson Roy Tillotson Roy Tillotson John Mauer John Mauer John Mauer John Mauer John Mauer John Mauer John Mauer John Mauer Weeb Ewbank W. Van Winkle W. Van Winkle W. Van Winkle W.J. Foster W.J. Foster W.J. Foster W.J. Foster W.J. Foster W.J. Foster W.J. Foster John Brickels John Brickels Bill Rohr Bill Rohr Bill Rohr Bill Rohr Bill Rohr Bill Rohr Richard Shrider Richard Shrider Richard Shrider Richard Shrider Richard Shrider Richard Shrider Richard Shrider Richard Shrider Tates Locke Tates Locke Tates Locke Tates Locke Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

9-18 9-18 11-15 11-16 13-15 24-6 20-11 24-7 13-15 9-18 5-23 14-15 16-12 23-8 22-9 19-11 23-7 21-8 21-9 17-12 24-8 15-15 17-16 13-18 13-15 18-11 19-11 18-11 18-15 17-16 17-13 14-18 16-17 9-21 9-22

6-10/MAC 7-9/MAC 6-10/MAC 8-8/MAC 10-8/MAC 16-2/MAC 13-5/MAC 16-2/MAC 7-9/MAC 6-10/MAC 1-15/MAC 9-7/MAC 10-6/MAC 13-3/MAC 14-4/MAC 12-6/MAC 16-2/MAC 12-6/MAC 13-5/MAC 9-9/MAC 15-3/MAC 8-10/MAC 10-8/MAC 9-9/MAC 11-7/MAC 12-6/MAC 12-6/MAC 14-4/MAC 10-6/MAC 9-7/MAC 10-6/MAC 9-7/MAC 11-5/MAC 5-11/MAC 3-13/MAC

2012-13 Results

Coach Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Darrell Hedric Jerry Peirson Jerry Peirson Jerry Peirson Jerry Peirson Jerry Peirson Jerry Peirson Joby Wright Joby Wright Joby Wright Herb Sendek Herb Sendek Herb Sendek Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles Charlie Coles John Cooper

Date Opponent Score 11/9/12 at NC State L , 59-97 11/13/12 GRAMBLING STATE W, 80-54 11/18/12 at Louisville L, 39-80 11/21/12 at William & Mary W, 72-59 11/24/12 JAMES MADISON W, 76-58 12/01/12 at IPFW L, 56-57 12/5/12 at Evansville L, 68-94 12/8/12 at Dayton L, 61-83 12/19/12 at Wright State L, 59-67 12/22/12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO W, 82-70 12/30/12 WILMINGTON COLLEGE W, 84-67 1/2/13 MASSACHUSETTS L , 69-70 1/9/13 *NORTHERN ILLINOIS L , 61-72 1/12/13 * at Buffalo W, 58-57 1/16/13 *BOWLING GREEN W, 63-60 1/19/13 *at Eastern Michigan L, 58-65 1/23/13 *OHIO L , 62-74 1/26/13 *BALL STATE L , 62-82 1/30/13 * WESTERN MICHIGAN L , 68-72 2/2/13 *at Central Michigan W, 70-61 2/9/13 *AKRON L, 50-54 2/6/13 * at Toledo L, 64-65 2/13/13 * at Kent State L , 70-87 2/16/13 * BUFFALO L , 71-79 2/23/13 at Southern Illinois LOT, 68-74 2/27/13 * at Bowling Green L , 44-52 3/2/13 * KENT STATE L, 58-78 3/05/13 * at Akron L, 58-72 3/9/13 * at Ohio L, 54-58 3/11/13 at Bowling Green W, 63-52 3/13/13 vs Eastern Michigan L , 47-58 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Miami School Records/Career Leaders Individual Game Points.................................................................................................. 45, Ron Harper vs. Ball State (3/8/85) Field Goals...............................................................................................19, Ron Harper vs. Toledo (2/5/86) 3-Point FG’s.....................................................................................10, Jason Stewart vs. Marshall (3/6/00) Free Throws......................................................................................19, Fred Foster vs. Ball State (12/2/67) Rebounds.......34 Wayne Embry vs. Kent (2/16/57)/Wayne Embry vs. Eastern Kentucky (2/14/57) Assists.....................................................................................................17, Eddie Schilling vs. Kent (2/4/87) Steals....7, Quinten Rollins vs. Grambling State (11/13/12) Damon Frierson vs. Ball State (2/27/99) ..............................................Ron Harper vs. Marietta (12/1/84)/Chuck Goodyear vs. Toledo (2/11/76) Blocked Shots.............. 7, Kevin Beard vs. Toledo (1/10/96)/Ron Harper vs. Bowling Green (2/5/85)

Season Points................................................................................................................. 775, Wally Szczerbiak (1999) Field Goals............................................................................... 312, Ron Harper (1986)/Ron Harper (1985) 3-Point FG’s . ........................................................................................................ 93, Landon Hackim (1994) Free Throws........................ 172, Wally Szczerbiak (1999)/Dave Zeller (1961)/Wayne Embry (1958) Rebounds................................................................................................................ 488, Wayne Embry (1958) Assists......................................................................................................................241, Eddie Schilling (1985) Steals...............................................................................................................................101, Ron Harper (1986) Blocked Shots................................................................................................................. 71, Ron Harper (1986)

Career Points................................................................................................................2,377, Ron Harper (1983-1986) Field Goals......................................................................................................... 969, Ron Harper (1983-1986) 3-Point FG’s................................................................................................277, Landon Hackim (1993-1996) Free Throws.......................................................................................................501, Devin Davis (1994-1997) Rebounds..........................................................................................................1,119, Ron Harper (1983-1986) Assists...........................................................................................................629, Eddie Schilling (1985-1988)

MIAMi Career Leaders Points 1. . ..............................................................2,377, Ron Harper (1983-1986) 2..................................................... 1,846 Wally Szczerbiak (1996-1999) 3. ...............................................................1,828, Devin Davis (1994-1997) 4. ..........................................................1,679, Eric Newsome (1984-1988) 5. ...................................................... 1,644, Damon Frierson (1996-1999) 6............................................................ 1,515, Michael Bramos (2006-09) 7. .......................................................1,493, Landon Hackim (1993-1996) 8. ....................................................... 1,490, Archie Aldridge (1976-1978) 9. ...........................................................1,459, Juby Johnson (2001-2004) 10. ..............................................................1,411, Tim Pollitz (2005-2008)

Rebounds 1. . ............................................................... 1,119, Ron Harper (1983-1986) 2. ............................................................1,117, Wayne Embry (1956-1958) 3................................................................ 1,027, Devin Davis (1994-1997) 4. ....................................................................978, Dick Walls (1951-1953) 5. ...............................................................806, Chet Mason (2002-2005) 6. .................................................................... 798, Bill Brown (1957-1958) 7. ...........................................................790, Jamie Mahaffey (1992-1995) 8. ........................................................... 782, Danny Horace (2002-2005) 9. .............................................................697, Ed Gunderson (1952-1954) 10. .......................................................682, George Sweigert (1979-1982)

Assists 1. . .......................................................... 629, Eddie Schilling (1985-1988) 2. ................................................................ 438, Rob Mestas (1995-2000) 3. ........................................................... 413, Jamie Mercurio (1989-1992) 4. .............................................................. 384, Phil Lumpkin (1972-1974) 5. ..............................................................382, Derrick Cross (1992-1995) 6. ..........................................................378, John Shoemaker (1975-1978) 7. ................................................................ 346, Randy Ayers (1975-1978) 8....................................................................338, Ron Harper (1983-1986) 9. ..........................................................335, Damon Frierson (1996-1999) 10. .............................................................328, Chet Mason (2002-2005)

Steals....................................................................................................................287, Ron Harper (1983-1986)

Steals

Blocked Shots..................................................................................................... 173, Ron Harper (1983-1986)

1. . .................................................................287, Ron Harper (1983-1986) 2. .......................................................... 175, Damon Frierson (1996-1999) 3............................................................. 171, Jamie Mahaffey (1992-1995) 4................................................................. 171, Derrick Cross (1992-1995) 5. ................................................................157, Chet Mason (2002-2005) 6. .................................................................149, Scott Belyeu (1990-1993) 7..............................................................148, Eddie Schilling (1985-1988) 8................................................................141, Quenten Rollins (2011-pr.) 9. .................................................................. 136, Devin Davis (1994-1997) 10. ........................................................ 123, Landon Hackim (1993-1996)

Team Game Points ..............................................................................114 vs. Findlay (1-30-74)/vs. Marshall (12/14/64) Field Goals..................................................................... 48 vs. Findlay (1-30-74)/vs. Ball State (12/29/64) 3-Point FG’s..................................................................................................................16, vs. Ball State (2/1/11) Free Throws..............................................................................................53 vs. Central Michigan (1/29/92) Rebounds...........................................................................................................................97 vs. Kent (2/21/53)

Season Points.................................................................................................................................................. 2,381 (1986) Field Goals............................................................................................................................................950 (1986) 3-Point FG’s..........................................................................................................................................249 (2011) Free Throws......................................................................................................................................... 528 (1991) Rebounds...........................................................................................................................................1,464 (1957) Most Consecutive Wins.......................................................................................................................13 (1971)

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Blocked Shots 1. . ..................................................................173, Ron Harper (1983-1986) 2.......................................................................... 144, Jim Paul (1988-1991) 3. ........................................................ 130, Michael Bramos (2006-2009) 4. ..................................................................109, Kevin Beard (1993-1996) 5. ........................................................ 79, Wally Szczerbiak (1996-1999) 6. ..............................................................77, Mike Williams (1992-1993) 7. ....................................................................74, Devin Davis (1994-1997) 8. .............................................................. 71, Danny Horace (2002-2005) 9. .............................................................70, Jamie Mahaffey (1992-1995) 10............................................................... 69, Nathan Peavy (2004-2007)


Northern Illinois Huskies Team Information Quick Facts Location.........................................................................................DeKalb, Ill. President: ...................................................................Dr. Douglas D. Baker Athletics Director: ...................................................................Sean Frazier Enrollment: ...........................................................................................23,850 Founded: ...................................................................................................1895 First Year of MAC Basketball:........................................................1975-76 Joined MAC.............................................................................. 1975-86, 1997 Nickname: ..........................................................................................Huskies Colors: . .............................................................................Cardinal & Black Athletics Website: . ...............................................www.niuhuskies.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account................................@NIUAthletics

TEAM FACTS Letterwinners Returning/Lost: .............................................................8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................................................4/1 2012-13 Overall Record: .........................................................................5-25 Home......................................................................................................... 3-11 Away......................................................................................................... 2-14 Neutral.......................................................................................................0-0 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:........................................................3-13/6th Home...........................................................................................................1-7 Away...........................................................................................................2-6 2012-13 Postseason: ...................Lost to EMU in MAC 1st Rd., 44-45

TEAM HISTORY All-Time Record: . ..................................................1,051-1,059 (107 years) All-Time MAC Record: ...............................................177-264 (26 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ..................................... 19/10-18 (.357) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . .......................................................1/1982 NCAA Appearances/Record: .................................................3/0-3 (.000) Last NCAA Appearance: .......................................................................1996 NIT Appearances/Record: ..................................................................None Last NIT Appearance: ............................................................................ N/A

2013-14 Schedule

Date Opponent Time (ET) November 2 Rockford (Exh.) 6 p.m. 8 Nebraska-Omaha 8 p.m. 15 James Madison 9 p.m. 16 San Jose State 9 p.m. 17 Milwaukee 4:30 p.m. 24 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) 4:30 pm. 30 at Nebrasksa 1 p.m. December 5 Dartmouth 8 p.m. 14 at UMass 3 p.m. 18 at Loyola 8 p.m. 22 at UC Riverside 5 p.m. 31 at Iowa State 7 p.m. January 3 Bethune Cookman 8 p.m. 8 *at Buffalo 7 p.m. 12 *at Bowling Green 4:30 p.m. 15 *Kent State 8 p.m. 18 *Ohio 8 p.m. 22 *at Toledo 7 p.m. 25 *Buffalo 2 p.m. 29 *at Kent State 7 p.m. (TWC) February 1 *at Ball State 2 p.m. 4 *Miami 7 p.m. (TWC) 9 *Western Michigan 4:30 p.m. 12 *Central Michigan 8 p.m. 15 *at Akron TBA 20 *Eastern Michigan 8 p.m. 23 *at Central Michigan 2 p.m. 26 *Toledo 8 p.m. March 1 *at Eastern Michigan 2 p.m. 4 *at Western Michigan 7 p.m. 7 or 8 *Ball State 4:30 p.m. * Mid-American Conference Game Home games in BOLD

Roster n o name

0 2 3 4 5 10 11 13 15 21 23 32 33 34 42 55

Pete Rakocevic Aaron Armstead Antone Christian Dontel Highsmith Travon Baker Darrell Bowie Daveon Balls Kevin Gray J.J. Cravatta Keith Gray Aaric Armstead Aksel Bolin Anthony Johnson Marin Maric Jordan Threloff Michael Orris

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ht

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

wt 245 195 205 190 160 220 170 225 185 225 190 220 190 240 255 195

yr

hometown (school)

Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Wilbraham & Monson Prep/Sacramento St. Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Hales Franciscan/San Jose City College) Sr. Nashville, Tenn. (Martin Luther King Magnet) Fr. Dowagiac, Mich. (Dowagiac) So. Detroit, Mich. (Detroit Consortium) So. Milwaukee, Wis. (La Jolla Prep (Calif.)) So. Indianapolis, Ind. (Lawrence North) Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Brooks Academy) So. Streator, Ill. (Streator Township) Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Brooks Academy) Fr. Chicago, Ill. (La Jolla Prep (Calif.)) Sr. Asker, Norway (Asker) Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Whitney Young/Purdue) Fr. Split, Croatia (La Lumiere School (Ind.)) Jr. DeKalb, Ill. (DeKalb/Illinois State) So. Crete, Ill. (Crete-Monee/Kansas State)

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Travon Baker G So. 3.8 2.0 1.9 Aksel Bolin G/F Sr. 7.4 4.2 1.5 Darrell Bowie W So. 5.9 3.8 0.3 Kevin Gray F Jr. 4.5 3.7 0.5 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Abdel Nader W Jr. 13.1 5.6 0.9 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Daveon Balls G So. 3.3 2.0 1.8 Antone Christian G Jr. 3.6 1.5 0.4 J.J. Cravatta G So. 2.7 1.1 0.3 Keith Gray F Jr. 4.1 2.6 0.2 Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Mike Davis G Fr. 3.8 2.1 0.2 Brandon Hayes F Sr. 0.2 0.3 0.0 Sam Mader F Fr. 3.6 1.8 0.4 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Aaric Armstead G Fr. 6-5 190 Aaaron Armstead G Jr. 6-4 195 Dontel Highsmith G Fr. 6-2 190 Anthony Johnson G Jr. 6-3 190 Michael Orris G So. 6-2 195 Jordan Threloff C Jr. 6-9 255

2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games.................................................................30 Field Goal Pct...........................561/1566 (.358) Three Point FG Pct...................136/493 (.276) Free Throw Pct..........................361/553 (.653) Offensive Rebounds.....................................372 Defense Rebounds....................................... 632 Total Rebounds.....................1,004 (33.5 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................612 Foul Outs.......................................................... 14 Assists ............................................................ 254 Turnovers....................................................... 433 Blocks................................................................. 51 Steals................................................................ 213 Points...................................... 1,619 (54.0 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct.............................271/783 (.346) Three Point FG Pct..................... 71/257 (.276) Free Throw Pct.........................232/345 (.672) Offensive Rebounds..................................... 186 Defense Rebounds....................................... 343 Total Rebounds........................ 529 (33.1 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................337 Foul Outs............................................................8 Assists .............................................................126 Turnovers....................................................... 234 Blocks.................................................................25 Steals.................................................................101 Points........................................ 845 (52.8 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Northern Illinois Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Jeremy Reid (jreid1@niu.edu) 815.753.3706 (O)/716.867.1908 (C) Newspapers Beat Writer Office Phone The Daily Chronicle Steve Nitz (snitz@shawmedia.com) 815.756.4841 Rockford Register Star Jay Taft (jtaft@rrstar.com) 815.987.1203 The Northern Star Jacob Onak (sports@northernstar.info) 815.753.9637 Radio Color/Play-By-Play Office Phone Huskie Radio Network PBP: Bill Baker (niuradioguy@comcast.net) 630.578.6246 Television Comcast SportsNet WREX (NBC) WTVO (ABC) WIFR (CBS)

Sports Director Tim Folke (tfolke@comcastsportsnet.com) Derek Bayne (dbayne@wrex.com) Scott Leber (sports@wtvo.com) Scott Grodsky (sports@wifr.com)

Office Phone 312.222.6090 815.335.2710 815.963.2773 815.987.5330

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information Head Coach................................................................................................................................................................................Mark Montgomery Alma Mater: . .........................................................................................................................................................................Michigan State, 2003 Hometown:................................................................................................................................................................................... Inkster, Michigan Birth Date:................................................................................................................................................................................................ April 1, 1970 Playing Career:...............................................................................................................................................................Michigan State (1988-92) Overall Record: . ................................................................................................................................................................................10-51 (2 years) School Record: ....................................................................................................................................................................................................Same MAC Record: .....................................................................................................................................................................................6-26 (2 years) MAC Tournament Appearances (Record:)................................................................................................................................................2 (1-2) NCAA Tournament Appearances (Record:)................................................................................................................................................. N/A NIT Appearances (Record):............................................................................................................................................................................... N/A

Previous Coaching Experience Michigan State University............................................................................................................................. Associate Head Coach (2007-11) Michigan State University........................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2001-07) Central Michigan University...............................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1997-2001)

Montgomery’s Year-By-Year Year School Overall Conference Postseason 2011-12 Northern Illinois 5-26 3-13 -2012-13 Northern Illinois 5-25 3-13 -2 Years (2 MAC) 10-51 (.164) 6-26 (.187) -vs. Akron: . ............................................0-2 Career vs. Ball State..........................................0-4 vs. Bowling Green................................0-2 vs. Buffalo:..............................................0-2 vs. Central Michigan..........................2-2 vs. Eastern Michigan...........................1-5 vs. Kent State:........................................ 1-1 Assistant Coaches vs. Miami:..............................................2-0 Jon Borovich..........................................................................................................................................Central Michigan, 2001 (Third Season) vs. Ohio:..................................................0-2 Lou Dawkins................................................................................................................................................................Tulsa, 1994 (Third Season) vs. Toledo:...............................................1-3 Jason Larson....................................................................................................................................Grand Valley State, 2004 (Second Season) vs. Western Michigan:.......................0-5

Montgomery vs. The MAC

Northern Illinois All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach Seasons Record 1900-02, 04-05 John L. Keith 3 13-17 1902-03 Fred Charles 1 2-1 1903-04 William Crocker 1 3-7 1905-06 Harry Sauthoft 1 7-2 1906-10 Nelson A. Kellogg 4 17-27 1910-18 William Wirtz 8 57-31 1918-20 Ralph Wagner 2 13-10 1920-23 Milo Oakland 3 25-18 1923-26 William Muir 3 34-11 1926-29 Roland Cowell 3 40-14 1929-40 George G. (Chick) Evans 11 125-93 1940-48 Ralph Mckinzie 8 94-56 1948-49 Gene Fekete 1 10-11 1949-50 Gilbert Wilson 1 4-17 1950-54 Gilman Hertz 4 35-44 1954-63 William Healy 9 96-94 1963-66 Ev Cochrane 3 33-34 1966-73 Tom Jorgensen 7 95-71 1973-76 Emory Luck 3 21-53 1976-86 John McDougal 10 136-141 1986-89 Jim Rosborough 3 28-56 1989-91 Jim Molinari 2 42-17 1991-01 Brian Hammel 10 117-138 2000-01 Andy Greer 1 4-17 2001-07 Rob Judson 6 74-101 2007-11 Ricardo Patton 4 35-83 2011-pr. Mark Montgomery 2 10-51

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Pct. .650 .667 .300 .777 .386 .648 .565 .581 .756 .741 .573 .627 .476 .190 .443 .505 .493 .572 .284 .491 .333 .712 .459 .190 .427 .296 .164

Convocation center Capacity: ....................................................................................................................................................9,100 Press Row Phone: ..................................................................................................................(815) 752-6767 Largest Crowd: ................................................................................................ 8,041 vs. DePaul (11-23-02) Year Opened: ............................................................................................................................................. 2002 All-Time Arena Record: ........................................................................................................................ 70-76


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

1900-01 1901-02 1902-03 1903-04 1904-05 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75

0-2 1-2 0-1 0-2 0-1 No games played No games played No games played No games Played No games played 1-0 1-1 4-1 3-2 3-4 6-2 4-4 5-2 2-3 9-4 12-4 6-5 6-8 6-5 12-3 15-2 17-1 12-4 10-9 10-6 8-8 13-6 15-3 15-2 8-8 3-17 12-9 10-12 12-6 12-12 15-3 10-8 8-7 7-7 15-1 10-7 11-8 14-11 10-10 4-16 12-7 5-16 13-7 5-14 9-11 5-14 7-13 10-12 11-11 14-7 14-8 11-10 15-8 11-11 12-10 10-13 8-12 10-14 13-11 13-12 13-10 21-4 17-8 8-17 8-15

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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-8/IIAC 8-4/IIAC 1-11/IIA C 6-6/IIAC 2-10/IIAC 4-4/IIAC 3-9/IIAC 6-6/IIAC 6-6/IIAC 4-8/IIAC 7-5/IIAC 7-5/IIAC 4-8/IIAC 4-4/IIAC 5-3/IIAC 5-3/IIAC 4-4/IIAC -- -- -- -- 4-4 MC 7-1 MC -- -- --

Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

John L. Keith John L. Keith John L. Keith John L. Keith John L. Keith

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

5-21 13-14 11-16 14-13 16-13 17-12 16-14 11-16 12-15 11-16 15-12 9-19 8-20 11-17 17-11 25-6 11-17 15-12 10-17 19-10 20-10 12-15 10-16 6-20 13-15 5-23 12-16 17-14 10-20 11-17 17-11 7-23 6-22 10-22 10-20 9-21 5-26 5-25

2-14/MAC 10-6/MAC 9-7/MAC 8-8/MAC 9-7/MAC 10-6/MAC 9-7/MAC 8-10/MAC 9-9/MAC 7-11/MAC 10-8/MAC -- -- -- -- 14-2/MCC 7-9/MCC 10-6/MCC 7-11/MCC 7-8/MCC 10-6/MCC 6-10/MCC 6-12/MAC 2-16/MAC 7-11/MAC 4-14/MAC 8-10/MAC 11-7/MAC 5-13/MAC 7-11/MAC 12-6/MAC 4-12/MAC 3-12/MAC 5-11/MAC 6-10/MAC 5-11/MAC 3-13/MAC 3-13/MAC

William Wirtz William Wirtz William Wirtz William Wirtz William Wirtz William Wirtz William Wirtz William Wirtz William Wirtz William Wirtz Milo Oakland Milo Oakland Milo Oakland Milo Oakland Milo Oakland Milo Oakland Ronald Cowell Ronald Cowell Ronald Cowell George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans George “Chick” Evans Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie Ralph McKinzie William Healey William Healey William Healey William Healey William Healey William Healey William Healey William Healey William Healey Ev Cochrane Ev Cochrane Ev Cochrane Tom Jorgensen Tom Jorgensen Tom Jorgensen Tom Jorgensen Tom Jorgensen Tom Jorgensen Tom Jorgensen Emory Luck Emory Luck

Coach Emory Luck John McDougal John McDougal John McDougal John McDougal John McDougal John McDougal John McDougal John McDougal John McDougal John McDougal Jim Rosborough Jim Rosborough Jim Rosborough Jim Molinari Jim Molinari Brian Hammel Brian Hammel Brian Hammel Brian Hammel Brian Hammel Brian Hammel Brian Hammel Brian Hammel Brian Hammel Andy Greer Rob Judson Rob Judson Rob Judson Rob Judson Rob Judson Rob Judson Ricardo Patton Ricardo Patton Ricardo Patton Ricardo Patton Mark Montgomery Mark Montgomery

2012-13 Results

Date Opponent Score 11/9/12 at Nebraska-Omaha L, 64-77 11/13/12 at Valparaiso L, 46-69 11/18/12 JUDSON W, 72-54 11/24/12 LOYOLA (CHI.) L, 46-53 11/27/12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO L, 46-58 12/1/12 at Dayton L, 43-60 12/5/12 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W, 65-54 12/7/12 at Milwaukee LOT, 73-80 12/16/12 at DePaul L, 64-69 12/19/12 at Seattle L, 48-75 12/22/12 at Washington L, 57-67 12/29/12 MASSACHUSETTS L, 59-64 1/9/13 *at Miami W, 72-61 1/12/13 *AKRON L, 53-68 1/16/13 *at Ohio L, 63-81 1/19/13 *WESTERN MICHIGAN L , 34-71 1/23/13 *at Central Michigan W, 74-61 1/26/13 *at Eastern Michigan L, 25-42 1/30/13 *KENT STATE W, 67-65 2/2/13 *TOLEDO L, 64-69 2/6/13 *BOWLING GREEN L, 41-57 2/9/13 *at Buffalo L, 54-59 2/13/13 *BALL STATE L, 52-56 2/16/13 *at Western Michigan L, 58-66 2/23/13 EASTERN ILLINOIS L , 47-59 2/27/13 *EASTERN MICHIGAN L , 41-53 3/02/13 *CENTRAL MICHIGAN L, 50-69 3/05/13 *at Toledo L, 46-70 3/09/13 *at Ball State L, 51-53 3/11/13 at Eastern Michigan L, 44-45 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Northern Illinois School Records/Career Leaders Individual

Northern Illinois Career Leaders

Game Points............................................................................... 52, Larry Wyllie vs. Eastern Michigan (2/15/58) Field Goals...................................................................... 23, Larry Wyllie vs. Eastern Michigan (2/15/58) 3-Point FG’s......................................................................8, Donald Whiteside vs. Wright State (3/6/90) Free Throws...............................22, Twice, Most Recent: Xavier Silas vs. Illinois-Chicago (12/14/10) Rebounds......................................................................... 32, Abe Booker vs. Eastern Michigan (12/17/59) Assists..........................................................................................13, Ray Clark vs. Bowling Green (12/9/78) Steals............. 7, Kenny Battle vs. Fairfield (12/29/84); Ronald Minter vs. Cleveland State (1/18/96) Blocked Shots.....................................................................7, Andrew Wells vs. Western Illinois (2/4/91) .......................................................................................................... Marcus Smallwood vs. Miami (1/22/02)

Points 1. . .................................................................... 1,996, T.J. Lux (1995-2000) 2. ....................................................... 1,853, Donnell Thomas (1987-1991) 3........................................................... 1,848, Allen Rayhorn (1978-1982) 4. ........................................................... 1,749, Paul Dawkins (1975-1979) 5. ...........................................................1,657, Leon Rodgers (1998-2002) 6. .................................................................1,559, Tim Dillon (1980-1984) 7. .................................................................1,513, Matt Hicks (1974-1977) 8. ..........................................................1,402, Jerry Zielinski (1969-1972) 9. .............................................................1,376, Larry Gentry (1956-1960) 10. ............................................................... 1,331, Billy Harris (1970-1973)

Season

Rebounds

Points...............................................................................................................695, Paul Dawkins (1978-1979)

Blocked Shots.................................................................................................. 78, Allen Rayhorn (1980-1981)

1. . .....................................................................1,100, T.J. Lux (1995-2000) 2. ...........................................................1,077, Allen Rayhorn (1978-1982) 3. ...............................................................990, Larry Gentry (1956-1960) 4. ......................................................... 984, Donnell Thomas (1987-1991) 5. .................................................................929, W.L. Moore (1962-1965) 6. ................................................. 843, Marcus Smallwood (2000-2004) 7. ................................................................... 824, Jim Bradley (1971-1973) 8. ...................................................................790, Matt Hicks (1974-1977) 9. .............................................................. 770, Paul Dawkins (1975-1979) 10....................................................................733, John Harris (1975-1979)

Career

Assists

Field Goals...................................................................................................... 291, Paul Dawkins (1978-1979) 3-Point FG’s...................................78, Donald Whiteside (1988-1989); 78, Randy Tucker (1993-1994) Free Throws...................................................................................................173, Leon Rodgers (2001-2002) Rebounds............................................................................................................ 426, Jim Bradley (1972-1973) Assists.....................................................................................................................163, Jay Bryant (1979-1980) Steals....................................................................................................................67, Kenny Battle (1985-1986)

Points......................................................................................................................1,996, T.J. Lux (1995-2000) Field Goals.......................................................................................................751, Paul Dawkins (1975-1979) 3-Point FG’s..................................................................................................235, Todd Peterson (2002-2006 Free Throws................................................................................................. 568, Allen Rayhorn (1978-1982) Rebounds................................................................................................................1,100, T.J. Lux (1995-2000) Assists.....................................................................................................................367, Jay Bryant (1976-1980) Steals...............................................................................................................163, Ronald Minter (1993-1997) Blocked Shots.............................................................................................. 208, James Hughes (2003-2007)

1. . ....................................................................367, Jay Bryant (1976-1980) 2. ............................................................ 353, Ronald Minter (1993-1997) 3. ..............................................................332, Rodney Davis (1984-1988) 4. ...............................................................330, Donte Parker (1994-1998) 5. ............................................... 323, Anthony Maestranzi (2002-2006) 6. ..............................................................317, Jerry Williams (1983-1987) 7. .......................................................313, Donald Whiteside (1987-1991) 8. .............................................................310, Mike Lipnisky (1990-1995) 9. ................................................................ 284, Carl Armato (1979-1984) 10. ................................................................ 260, Cory Sims (2004-2006)

Steals

Rebounds.....................................................................................................79 vs. Western Illinois (12/13/71)

1. . ............................................................163, Ronald Minter (1993-1997) 2........................................................ 135, Vaurice Patterson (1991-1996) 3. ................................................................. 133, Perry Smith (2001-2004) 4. ........................................................131, Donald Whiteside (1987-1991) 5.......................................................................... 130, T.J. Lux (1995-2000) 6................................................................. 127, Kenny Battle (1984-1986) 7. .............................................................120, Mike Lipnisky (1990-1995) 8. ............................................................... 117, Rodney Davis (1984-1988) 9......................................................... 108, Darion Anderson (2007-2010) 10. .......................................................... 98, Hubert Register (1991-1995)

Season

Blocked Shots

Team Game Points.........................................................................................................123 vs. Cal Poly-Pomona (12/5/70) Field Goals...................................................................................................52 vs. Western Illinois (12/31/71) 3-Point FG’s......................................................................................................14 vs. Chicago State (2/27/88) Free Throws...................................................................................................44 vs. Eastern Illinois (1/10/58)

Points.........................................................................................................................................2,380 (1971-1972) Field Goals...................................................................................................................................999 (1971-1972) 3-Point FG’s...............................................................................................................................219, (1994-1995) Free Throws..............................................................................................................................529, (1990-1991) Rebounds.................................................................................................................................1,383, (1967-1968)

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1. . ...........................................................208, James Hughes (2003-2007) 2. ............................................................. 199, Allen Rayhorn (1978-1982) 3. .........................................................................156, T.J. Lux (1995-2000) 4. ..................................................145, Marcus Smallwood (2000-2004) 5. ...........................................................134, Hubert Register (1991-1995) 6. .....................................................................115, Tim Dillon (1980-1984) 7. ........................................................... 80, Steve Oldendorf (1990-1994) 8. ...........................................................68, Antwon Harmon (1988-1991) 9. ................................................................. 65, Matt Nelson (1998-2002) 10. ...........................................................54, Todd Peterson (2002-2006)


Ohio Bobcats Team Information Quick Facts

Location..................................................................................... Athens, Ohio President: ............................................................ Dr. Roderick J. McDavis Athletics Director: ..................................................................... Jim Schaus Enrollment: ..............................................................35,000 (all campuses) Founded: .................................................................................................. 1804 First Year of MAC Basketball:....................................................... 1946-47 Joined MAC.............................................................................................. 1946 Nickname: .......................................................................................... Bobcats Colors: . ................................................................. Hunter Green & White Athletics Website: . .......................................................OhioBobcats.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account:...........................@OhioMensBBall

TEAM FACTS

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............................................................. 8/7 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................................................1/4 2012-13 Overall Record: .......................................................................24-10 Home........................................................................................................ 16-2 Away........................................................................................................... 7-7 Neutral........................................................................................................0-1 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:............................................14-2/T-1st East Home...........................................................................................................7-1 Away............................................................................................................7-1 2012-13 Postseason: ...Def. Western Michigan in MAC Semis, 74-63 ......................................... Lost to Akron in MAC Championship, 46-65 ...........................................................Lost to Denver in NIT 1st Rd., 57-61

team history

All-Time Record: . ................................................ 1,426-1,064 (106 years) All-Time MAC Record: ...............................................541-417 (66 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ....................................32/37-26 (.587) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . ......................................................6/2012 NCAA Appearances/Record: .............................................. 13/7-14 (.333) Last NCAA Appearance: ...................................................................... 2012 NIT Appearances/Record: ..................................................... 5/4-5 (.444) Last NIT Appearance: ............................................................................2013

2013-14 Schedule

Date Opponent Time November 2 Ashland (Exh.) 2 p.m. 9 Northern Iowa 2 p.m. 12 at Ohio State 8 p.m. (BTN) 17 Valparaiso 2 p.m. 20 at Morgan State 7:30 p.m. 23 Heidelberg 2 p.m. 26 Mercer 7 p.m. 30 Evansville 2 p.m. December 7 at Oakland 6 p.m. 14 Alabama A&M 2 p.m. 18 UMass 7 p.m. 22 at Richmond 1 p.m. 30 Longwood 7 p.m. January 4 at UNC Asheville 2 p.m. 8 *at Kent State 7 p.m. (TWC) 12 *Akron 6 p.m. (TWC) 15 *Ball State 8 p.m. (TWC) 18 *at Northern Illinois 8 p.m. 22 *Bowling Green 7 p.m. 25 *at Eastern Michigan 2 p.m. 29 *Central Michigan 7 p.m. February 1 *Toledo TBA 5 *at Western Michigan 7 p.m. 8 *Miami 2 p.m. (TWC) 12 *at Toledo 7 p.m. (TWC) 15 *at Buffalo 2:30 p.m. 19 *Western Michigan 7 p.m. 22 *at Akron 6 p.m. (TWC) 26 *Buffalo 7 p.m. March 1 *Kent State 2 p.m. 4 *at Bowling Green 7 p.m. 7 or 8 *at Miami TBA

Roster n o name

pos

ht

wt

yr

0 2 3 4 5 11 12 13 15 20 21 22 24 33

F G/F G F F G/F G G/F G G/F F G G F

6-9 6-5 5-11 6-10 6-9 6-8 6-0 6-6 6-3 6-5 6-7 5-10 6-4 6-8

196 200 175 235 203 170 185 210 198 207 189 167 192 279

So. Maysville, Ky. (Southern Illinois University) Fr. Cincinnati, Ohio (Walnut Hills) Jr. Homer, La. (Texas Tech University) Fr. Miami, Fla. (Miami Senior) Jr. Mbour, Senegal (Monroe College) Fr. Egg Harbor Township, N.J. (Egg Harbor Township) Fr. Marysville, Ohio (North Union) Sr. Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) Sr. Westerville, Ohio (Saint Francis De Sales) Sr. Covington, Ky. (Holmes) Sr. Grove City, Ohio (Saint Louis University) Jr. Gahanna, Ohio (Lincoln) Sr. Springfield, Mo. (Snow College) Fr. Covington, Ky. (Holy Cross)

Treg Setty D.J. Wingfield Javarez Willis Wadly Mompremier Maurice Ndour Khari Harley Drew Crabtree T.J. Hall Nick Kellogg Ricardo Johnson Jon Smith Stevie Taylor Travis Wilkins Antonio Campbell

Roster Breakdown

Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Nick Kellogg G Sr. 8.0 2.1 1.4 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. D.J. Cooper G Sr. 14.1 3.2 8.5 Walter Offutt G Sr. 10.6 4.2 2.1 Reggie Keely F Sr. 12.1 4.5 0.7 Ivo Baltic F Sr. 7.0 5.0 2.1 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. T.J. Hall G/F Sr. 4.8 1.6 0.8 Jon Smith F Sr. 4.8 3.6 0.3 Ricardo Johnson G/F Sr. 3.5 2.2 1.1 Travis Wilkins G Sr. 3.4 0.7 0.6 Steve Taylor G Jr. 3.1 0.6 1.2 Javarez “Bean” Willis G Jr. -- -- -Treg Setty F So. -- -- -Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Kadeem Green G So. 2.9 1.0 0.0 David McKinley G Sr. 1.1 0.1 0.0 Nick Goff G Sr. 0.7 0.1 0.1 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Maurice Ndour F Jr. 6-9 203 D.J. Wingfield G/F Fr. 6-5 200 Wadly Mompremier F Fr. 6-10 235 Khari Harley G/F Fr. 6-8 170 Antonio Campbell F Fr. 6-8 279 Drew Crabtree G Fr. 6-0 185

hometown (school)

2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games.................................................................34 Field Goal Pct..........................889/1908 (.466) Three Point FG Pct...................268/764 (.351) Free Throw Pct......................... 418/598 (.699) Offensive Rebounds.................................... 305 Defense Rebounds........................................757 Total Rebounds......................1,062 (31.2 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 669 Foul Outs.......................................................... 12 Assists ............................................................ 594 Turnovers....................................................... 430 Blocks...............................................................120 Steals................................................................303 Points..................................... 2,464 (72.5 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct........................... 424/914 (.464) Three Point FG Pct...................121/354 (.342) Free Throw Pct.......................... 213/318 (.670) Offensive Rebounds.....................................143 Defense Rebounds....................................... 369 Total Rebounds........................ 512 (32.0 rpg.) Personal Fouls.................................................311 Foul Outs............................................................8 Assists .............................................................277 Turnovers........................................................ 179 Blocks.................................................................59 Steals................................................................ 137 Points.......................................1,182 (64.5 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Ohio Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Mark LaFrance (lafrance@ohio.edu) 740.597.1837 (O) / 508.577.7282 (C) Newspapers Beat Writer Office Phone Athens Messenger Jason Arkley (jarkley@athensmessenger.com) 740.215.5593 Columbus Dispatch Mark Znidar (mznidar@dispatch.com) 800.282.0263 The Post (Student) Christian Hoppens (ch203310@ohio.edu) 740.593.4011 Radio Ohio Bobcat Sports Network Television WOUB

Color/Play-By-Play Office Phone PBP: Russ Eisenstein 405.496.6768 Color: Rob Cornelius Sports Director Seth Austin (sa2030309@ohio.edu)

Office Phone 412.596.5939

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information

Head Coach...........................................................................................................................................................................................Jim Christian Alma Mater: . .................................................................................................................................................................................Rhode Island, ‘88 Hometown:......................................................................................................................................................................................... Bethpage, N.Y. Birth Date:........................................................................................................................................................................................February 6, 1965 Playing Career:..................................................................................................................Boston University (‘83-85); Rhode Island (‘87-88) Overall Record: . ...........................................................................................................................................................................218-141 (11 years) School Record: .....................................................................................................................................................................................24-10 (1 year) MAC Record: ...................................................................................................................................................................................90-30 (7 years) MAC Tournament Appearances/Record:.................................................................................................................................................7 (13-5) NCAA Tournament Appearances/Record:................................................................................................................................................2 (0-2) NIT Appearances/Record..............................................................................................................................................................................5 (2-5)

Previous Coaching Experience

Texas Christian University............................................................................................................................................. Head Coach (2008-12) Kent State University.......................................................................................................................................................Head Coach (2002-08) Kent State University................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2001-02) University of Pittsburgh...........................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1996-99) Miami University........................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1995-96) Western Kentucky University................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1994-95) St. Francis (Pa.)...........................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1992-94) Western Kentucky University................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1990-92)

Christian’s Year-By-Year

Christian vs. The MAC

vs. Akron: . ............................................8-9 vs. Ball State..........................................5-2 vs. Bowling Green..............................10-4 vs. Buffalo:............................................ 13-2 vs. Central Michigan...........................9-1 vs. Eastern Michigan:.........................7-0 vs. Kent State:.......................................2-0 vs. Miami:............................................12-4 vs. Ohio................................................. 10-5 vs. Northern Illinois:............................7-1 vs. Toledo:..............................................6-3 vs. Western Michigan:.......................8-3

Year School Overall Conference Postseason 2002-08 Kent State 138-58 76-28 -2008-12 TCU 56-73 -- -2012-13 Ohio 24-10 14-2 -Career 11 years (7 MAC) 218-141 (.607) 90-30 (.750) 2-5 (.286)

Assistant Coaches Bill Wuczynski.......................................................................................................................................................UNLV, 1996 (Second Season) Anthony Stewart.......................................................................................................................................Mount Union, 1993 (Second Season) Aaron Fuss.......................................................................................................................................................Ohio State, 2005 (Second Season) Chip Cunningham, Director of Basketball Operations....................................................................................TCU, 2011 (Second Season)

OHIO All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach

Seasons Record

1907-10

James C. Jones

3

1910-11

James Corbett

1911-12 1912-13

C.M. Douthit

1913-18

Pct.

10-10

.500

1

3-4

.428

Arthur W. Hinaman 1

2-9

.181

1

5-8

.384

Mark B. Banks

5

28-43

.394

1918-20

Frank B. Gullum

2

10-10

.500

1920-22

Russell W. Finsterwald 2

34-6

.850

1922-38

Butch Grover

16

192-129

.598

1938-49

“Dutch” Trautwein 11

139-90

.601

1949-74

Jim Snyder

25

355-245

.436

1974-80

Dale Bandy

6

69-89

.436

1980-86

Danny Nee

6

107-67

.614

1986-89

Billy Hahn

3

42-45

.482

1989-01

Larry Hunter

12

204-148

.580

2001-08

Tim O’Shea

7

120-95

.558

2008-12

John Groce

4

85-56

.603

2012-pr.

Jim Christian

1

24-10

.706

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Convocation CENTER Capacity: ..................................................................................................................................................13,080 Press Row Phone: ................................................................................................................. (740) 593-0516 Largest Crowd: .................................................................................14,102 vs. Bowling Green (2-28-70) Year Opened: .............................................................................................................................................. 1968 All-Time Arena Record: ....................................................................................................................449-137


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

7-4 1-1 2-5 3-4 2-9 5-8 3-10 11-4 8-7 2-14 4-8 5-4 5-6 15-2 19-4 11-8 16-5 12-6 15-9 8-13 10-10 10-10 12-9 12-4 11-10 16-4 5-14 11-9 13-7 18-3 12-8 12-8 19-6 18-4 12-9 11-7 9-7 11-8 15-5 13-10 10-10 6-16 6-14 13-11 12-12 9-13 12-10 16-5 13-11 15-8 16-8 14-10 17-8 17-7 13-10 13-11 21-6 19-7 13-10 8-15 7-16 17-19 20-5 17-7 15-11 16-10 16-11 12-14 11-15 9-17 13-14 16-11

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Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

James C. Jones James C. Jones James C. Jones James Corbett Arthur W. Hinaman C.M. Douthit Mark B.Banks Mark B.Banks Mark B.Banks Mark B.Banks Mark B.Banks Frank B. Gullum Frank B. Gullum Russell W. Finsterwald Russell W. Finsterwald Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover Butch Grover “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein “Dutch” Trautwein Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Jim Snyder Dale Bandy Dale Bandy Dale Bandy Dale Bandy Dale Bandy

1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

8-18 7-20 13-14 23-9 20-8 22-8 22-8 14-14 16-14 12-17 12-16 16-12 18-10 14-13 25-8 24-10 16-14 17-10 5-21 18-10 20-13 19-11 17-11 14-16 10-20 21-11 19-11 19-13 20-13 15-17 22-15 19-16 29-8 24-10

5-11/MAC 6-10/MAC 12-6/MAC 12-6/MAC 14-4/MAC 14-4/MAC 14-4/MAC 7-9/MAC 9-7/MAC 6-10/MAC 5-11/MAC 9-7/MAC 10-6/MAC 11-7/MAC 14-4/MAC 13-5/MAC 11-7/MAC 12-6/MAC 3-15/MAC 12-6/MAC 11-7/MAC 12-6/MAC 11-7/MAC 8-10/MAC 7-11/MAC 11-7/MAC 10-8/MAC 9-7/MAC 9-7/MAC 7-9/MAC 7-9/MAC 9-7/MAC 11-5/MAC 14-2/MAC

Coach Dale Bandy Danny Nee Danny Nee Danny Nee Danny Nee Danny Nee Danny Nee Billy Hahn Billy Hahn Billy Hahn Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Larry Hunter Tim O’Shea Tim O’Shea Tim O’Shea Tim O’Shea Tim O’Shea Tim O’Shea Tim O’Shea John Groce John Groce John Groce John Groce Jim Christian

2012-13 Results Date Opponent Score 11/10/12 PORTLAND W, 81-52 11/16/12 UNC-WILMINGTON W, 85-47 11/18/12 WOFFORD W, 73-50 11/20/12 HAMPTON W, 75-67 11/24/12 RICHMOND W, 73-48 11/28/12 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 69-64 12/01/12 at Robert Morris L, 76-84 12/5/12 at Memphis L, 58-84 12/8/12 OAKLAND W, 78-61 12/15/12 WINTHROP L, 49-50 12/19/12 at UMass L, 76-85 12/22/12 MD.-EASTERN SHORE W, 93-57 12/29/12 at Oklahoma L, 63-74 1/5/13 MARSHALL W, 94-57 1/9/13 *BUFFALO W, 86-68 1/12/13 *at Western Michigan W, 61-59 1/16/13 *NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 81-63 1/19/13 *TOLEDO W, 76-67 1/23/13 *at Miami W, 74-62 1/26/13 *at Kent State W, 69-68 2/02/13 *at Akron L, 72-86 2/06/13 *at Ball State W, 69-42 2/09/2013 *BOWLING GREEN W, 72-63 2/13/13 *at Central Michigan W, 82-63 2/16/13 *KENT STATE WOT, 78-75 2/20/13 *EASTERN MICHIGAN W, 73-50 2/23/13 at Belmont L, 62-81 2/27/13 *AKRON LOT, 81-88 3/02/13 *at Bowling Green W, 78-65 3/05/13 *at Buffalo W, 72-69 3/9/13 *MIAMI W, 58-54 3/15/13 vs Western Michigan W, 74-63 3/16/13 vs Akron L, 46-65 3/19/13 at Denver L, 57-61 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Ohio School Records/Career Leaders Individual Game Points.................................................................................................................. 60, Dave Jamerson (12/21/89) Field Goals..........................................................................................................21, Dave Jamerson (12/21/89) 3-Point FG’s........................................................................................................14, Dave Jamerson (12/21/89) Free Throws.................................................................................................................19, Geno Ford (2/12/97) Rebounds...................................................................................................................... 34, Dave Scott (3/2/59) Assists............................................................................................................................17, D.J. Cooper (1/15/13) Steals.....................................................................................................................9, Steve Esterkamp (2/2/02) Blocked Shots............................9, Jason Terry (2/7/96)/ Jason Terry (2/15/95)/Jason Terry (12/11/93) ...................................................................................................................................John Devereaux (12/11/83)

Season Points............................................................................................................ 874, Dave Jamerson (1989-1990) Field Goals.......................................................................................................... 309, Gary Trent (1993-1994) 3-Point FG’s...................................................................................................131, Dave Jamerson (1989-1990) Free Throws........................................................................................................210, Gary Trent (1993-1994) Rebounds....................................................................................................... 468, Howard Joliff (1959-1960) Assists.......................................................................................................................263, D.J. Cooper (2010-11) Steals.....................................................................................................................93, D.J. Cooper (2009-2010) Blocked Shots............................................................................................... 105, Patrick Flomo (2000-2001)

Career Points......................................................................................................... 2,336, Dave Jamerson (1985-1990) Field Goals................................................................................................... 864, Dave Jamerson (1985-1990) 3-Point FG’s.....................................................................................................274, D.J. Cooper (2009-20013) Free Throws..............................................................................................561, Brandon Hunter (1999-2003) Rebounds................................................................................................1,103, Brandon Hunter (1999-2003) Assists.............................................................................................................. 934, D.J. Cooper (2009-20013) Steals.................................................................................................................327, D.J. Cooper (2009-20013)

Ohio Career Leaders Points 1. . ........................................................2,336, Dave Jamerson (1985-1990) 2. .............................................................2,170, Paul Graham (1985-1989) 3. ................................................................ 2,108, Gary Trent (1992-1995) 4................................................................ 2,075, D.J. Cooper (2009-2013) 5. ..................................................... 2,012, Brandon Hunter (1999-2003) 6................................................................... 1,752, Geno Ford (1993-1997) 7. .............................................................. 1,741, Steve Skaggs (1975-1979) 8. ........................................................ 1,716, Leon Williams (2004-2008) 9.........................................................1,635, Jerome Tillman (2006-2009) 10. ...................................................... 1,625, Walter Luckett (1972-1975)

Rebounds 1. . ..................................................... 1,103, Brandon Hunter (1999-2003) 2. ....................................................... 1,090, Leon Williams (2004-2008) 3. ................................................................1,050, Gary Trent (1992-1995) 4. ..........................................................957, John Devereaux (1980-1984) 5.................................................................... 904, Dave Scott (1956-1959) 6. ...........................................................884, John Schroeder (1964-1967) 7. .................................................................865, Bunk Adams (1958-1961) 8...........................................................860, Jerome Tillman (2006-2009) 9. .................................................................... 805, Craig Love (1968-1971) 10. ..................................................................... 784, Jim Betts (1951-1954)

Assists 1.................................................................... 934, D.J. Cooper (2009-2013) 2. ....................................................... 651, Dennis Whitaker (1986-1990) 3. ....................................................................579, Paul Baron (1982-1986) 4. .................................................................401, Roger Smith (1983-1987) 5. .......................................................384, Sonny Troutman (2003-2007) 6. ................................................................332, Kirk Lehman (1978-1982) 7. ................................................................... 329, Nate Craig (1988-1992) T8. ...............................................................310, Dustin Ford (1997-2001) T8. ...........................................................310, Robert Tatum (1982-1986) 10. ..................................................................309, Geno Ford (1993-1997)

Steals

3-Point FG’s............................................................................................................... 20 vs. Duquesne (1/7/04)

1.....................................................................327, D.J. Cooper (2009-2013) 2. .......................................................259, Sonny Troutman (2003-2007) 3. ........................................................197, Dennis Whitaker (1986-1990) 4. ................................................................196, Paul Graham (1985-1989) 5. ....................................................................149, Nate Craig (1988-1992) 6. ........................................................148, Steve Esterkamp (1999-2003) T7. .......................................................... 142, Curt Simmons (1993-1997) T7. .......................................................... 142, Robert Tatum (1982-1986) T9. ............................................................... 141, Corey Reed (1995-2000) T9. ..................................................................141, Paul Baron (1982-1986)

Free Throws.................................................................................. 40 vs. Georgetown (Kentucky) (1/5/56)

Blocked Shots

Rebounds....................................................................................................89 vs. Northern Illinois (12/6/65)

1. . .................................................................262, Jason Terry (1992-1996) 2. ..........................................................260, John Devereaux (1980-1984) 3..............................................................222, Patrick Flomo (1998-2002) 4.............................................................138, Leon Williams (2004-2008) 5. .................................................................121, John Rhodes (1984-1988) 6................................................................. 107, Reggie Keely (2009-2013) 7. ................................................................... 105, Gary Trent (1992-1995) 8.............................................................................93, Jon Smith (2010-pr.) T9...........................................................87, Curtis Simmons (1994-1997) ..............................................................87, Brandon Hunter (2000-2003)

Blocked Shots.....................................................................................................262, Jason Terry (1992-1996)

Team Game Points............................................................ 122 vs. Central Michigan (2/5/98) vs. MacMurray (1/3/67) Field Goals..............................................................................................................55 vs. MacMurray (1/3/67)

Season Points.......................................................................................................................................2,763 (2009-2010) Assists......................................................................................................................................... 594 (2012-2013) Rebounds.................................................................................................................................1,478 (1964-1965) Field Goals................................................................................................................................. 945 (1994-1995) 3-Point FG’s...............................................................................................................................278 (2009-2010) Most Consecutive Wins........................................................................13, (twice -- 1921-22 and 1993-94)

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Toledo Rockets Team Information Quick Facts Location..................................................................................... Toledo, Ohio President: ......................................................................Dr. Lloyd A. Jacobs Vide President/Athletics Director: .............................. Michael O’Brien Enrollment: ........................................................................................... 21,500 Founded: ...................................................................................................1872 First Year of MAC Basketball:........................................................ 1951-52 Joined MAC...............................................................................................1950 Nickname: ..........................................................................................Rockets Colors: . ................................................................... Midnight Blue & Gold Athletics Website: . .................................................www.utrockets.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account......................... @UTRocketHoops

TEAM FACTS Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............................................................. 5/3 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................................................4/1 2012-13 Overall Record: ........................................................................15-13 Home..........................................................................................................8-4 Away...........................................................................................................6-9 Neutral........................................................................................................1-0 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:..........................................10-6/T-1st West Home.......................................................................................................... 5-3 Away........................................................................................................... 5-3 2012-13 Postseason: ............................................................................... N/A

TEAM HISTORY All-Time Record: . ...................................................1,327-1,008 (98 years) All-Time MAC Record: ..............................................502-427 (63 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: ................................... 29/26-28 (.481) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . .......................................................1/1980 NCAA Appearances/Record: .................................................4/1-4 (.200) Last NCAA Appearance: .......................................................................1980 NIT Appearances/Record: ......................................................5/2-5 (.286) Last NIT Appearance: ...........................................................................2007

2013-14 Schedule

Date Opponent Time November 3 Hillsdale (Exh.) 3:30 p.m. 9 Northwestern Ohio 7 p.m. 14 at Boston College 7 p.m. (ESPN3) 18 Florida A&M 7 p.m. 22 #vs. Stony Brook 4:30 p.m. 23 #vs. Detroit 5:30 p.m. 24 #vs. Florida Atlantic 1:30 p.m. December 4 Detroit 7 p.m. 7 at Robert Morris 4 p.m. 14 Sam Houston State 1 p.m. 17 at Arkansas State 8 p.m. 21 Cleveland State 2 p.m. 28 Coppin State 2 p.m. 30 at Kansas 8 p.m. (ESPN3) January 8 *at Western Michigan 7 p.m. 11 *Central Michigan 6 p.m. (TWC) 15 *Buffalo 7 p.m. 18 *at Akron TBA 22 *Northern Illinois 7 p.m. 26 *Kent State 6 p.m. (TWC) 29 *at Miami 7 p.m. February 1 *at Ohio TBA 5 *Bowling Green 7 p.m. 8 *at Ball State 2 p.m. 12 *Ohio 7 p.m. (TWC) 15 *at Eastern Michigan 2 p.m. 20 *at Bowling Green 7 p.m. 23 *Ball State 6 p.m. (TWC) 26 *at Northern Illinois 8 p.m. March 1 *Western Michigan 6 p.m. (TWC) 4 *at Central Michigan 7 p.m. 7 or 8 *Eastern Michigan TBA * Mid-American Conference Game # 2K Sports Classic Subregional (Detroit, Mich.) Home games in BOLD

Roster n o name 1 4 5 11 15 20 22 24 25 30 33 43 53

Jonathan Williams Justin Drummond Rian Pearson Josh Lemons Aubrey Williams Julius Brown Angel Aparicio J.D. Weatherspoon Jordan Lauf Donald Beatty Zach Garber Matt Smith Nathan Boothe

pos

ht

wt

yr

G G G G F G G F G G C F C

6-4 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-7 5-10 6-5 6-6 6-5 6-3 6-10 6-7 6-9

185 200 195 165 235 170 195 215 205 200 240 220 240

Fr. Southfield, Mich. (Southfield-Lathrup) Jr. Bowie, Md. (Loyola (MD)/Riverdale Baptist) Sr. Raytown, Mo. (UW-Green Bay/South) So. Cincinnati, Ohio (La Salle) RFr. Bowie, Md. (IMG Academy (FL)/St. Vincent Pallotti) Jr. Markham, Ill. (Hillcrest) So. Benicarlo, Spain (Lleo XIII) Jr. Columbus, Ohio (Ohio State/Northland) Fr. Napoleon, Ohio (Napoleon) Sr. Dayton, Ohio (Belmont) Fr. Carey, Ohio (Vanlue) Sr. Whitewright, Texas (UW-Green Bay/Whitewright) So. Gurnee, Ill. (Warren Township)

Roster Breakdown

Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Rian Pearson G Sr. 17.9 6.8 1.7 Julius Brown G Jr. 13.1 3.1 6.0 Matt Smith F Sr. 9.8 3.6 0.6 Nathan Boothe C So. 8.3 5.2 1.9 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Dominique Buckley G Sr. 9.7 2.7 1.9 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Josh Lemons G So. 1.0 0.6 0.9 Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Reese Holliday G Jr. 7.8 4.6 1.0 Richard Wonnell C Jr. 1.0 2.1 0.3 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Jonathan Williams G Fr. 6-3 180 Justin Drummond G Jr. 6-4 187 Aubrey Williams F Fr. 6-7 215 Angel Aparicio G So. 6-5 190 J.D. Weatherspoon F Jr. 6-6 215 Jordan Lauf G Fr. 6-5 215 Donald Beatty G Sr. 6-3 195 Zach Garber C Fr. 6-10 235

hometown/ PREVIOUS school

2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games.................................................................28 Field Goal Pct...........................661/1541 (.429) Three Point FG Pct.................. 166/495 (.335) Free Throw Pct......................... 440/578 (.761) Offensive Rebounds.....................................272 Defense Rebounds....................................... 647 Total Rebounds........................ 919 (32.8 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 479 Foul Outs............................................................9 Assists .............................................................365 Turnovers........................................................336 Blocks.................................................................93 Steals................................................................ 197 Points......................................1,928 (68.9 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct............................378/882 (.429) Three Point FG Pct.................... 96/285 (.337) Free Throw Pct......................... 242/321 (.754) Offensive Rebounds.....................................146 Defense Rebounds........................................ 371 Total Rebounds.........................517 (32.3 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 266 Foul Outs............................................................4 Assists .............................................................218 Turnovers........................................................ 173 Blocks.................................................................53 Steals................................................................ 107 Points......................................1,094 (68.4 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Toledo Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Steve Easton (steven.easton@utoledo.edu) 419.530.4921 (O)/419.262.3953(C) Newspapers Beat Writer Office Phone Toledo Blade Ryan Autullo (rautullo@gmail.com) 419.724.6110 The Collegian Blake Bacho (bachoblake@yahoo.com) 419.720.6397 Radio Color/Play-By-Play Office Phone WSPD Radio (1370 AM) PBP: Mark Beier (markbeier@clearchannel.com) 419.244.8321 Television Sports Director Office Phone WNWO-TV (NBC) Will Kunkel (wkunkel@wnwo.com) 419.535.0664 WTOL/WUPW-TV Dan Cummins (dcummins@wtol.com) 419.248.1197 WTVG-TV (ABC) Dave Holmes (david.holmes@13abc.com) 419.534.3865

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information

Head Coach......................................................................................................................................................................................Tod Kowalczyk Alma Mater: . ......................................................................................................................................................................Minnesota-Duluth, ‘89 .....................................................................................................................................M.A., Education Administration, Rider University, ‘97 Hometown:........................................................................................................................................................................................... De Pere, Wis. Birth Date:...............................................................................................................................................................................................June 19, 1966 Playing Career:........................................................................................................................................................ Minnesota-Duluth (1984-88) Overall Record: . ...........................................................................................................................................................................174-170 (11 years) School Record: ..................................................................................................................................................................................38-58 (3 years) MAC Record: ....................................................................................................................................................................................18-30 (3 years) MAC Tournament Appearances (Record): ................................................................................................................................................ 2/2-2 NCAA Tournament Appearances (Record):................................................................................................................................................. N/A NIT Appearances (Record): . ............................................................................................................................................................................ N/A

Previous Coaching Experience

UW-Green Bay................................................................................................................................................................... Head Coach (2002-10) Marquette....................................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2000-02) Rutgers..........................................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1997-00) Rider............................................................................................................................................................................... Assistant Coach (1993-97) St. Anselm......................................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1991-93) New Hampshire...........................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1989-91)

Kowalczyks’ Year-By-Year

Kowalczyk vs. The MAC vs. Akron: . .............................................1-3 vs. Ball State..........................................2-4 vs. Bowling Green................................2-2 vs. Buffalo:..............................................0-4 vs. Central Michigan..........................5-4 vs. Eastern Michigan:........................ 4-4 vs. Kent State........................................2-2 vs. Miami:...............................................3-1 vs. Northern Illinois:...........................5-3 vs. Ohio:.................................................. 1-4 vs. Western Michigan:.......................3-5

Year School Overall Conference Postseason 2002-10 UW-Green Bay 136-112 -- -2010-11 Toledo 4-28 1-15 -2011-12 Toledo 19-17 7-9 1-1 (CIT 2nd Round) 2012-13 Toledo 15-13 10-6 -Career 11 years (3 MAC) 174-170 (.506) 18-30 (.375) 1-1 (.500)

Assistant Coaches Jason Kalsow................................................................................................................................... UW-Stevens Point, 2005 (Fourth Season) Jason Kemp..................................................................................................................................................UW-La Crosse, 2004 (First Season) Jordan Mincy....................................................................................................................................................... Kent State, 2009 (First Season) Michael Bennett, Director of Basketball Operations.............................................................................. Ball State, 2004 (Second season)

Toledo All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach

Seasons Record

1916-18, 20-21, 23-25 Darrell Fox 5

Pct.

23-29

.442

1918-19

Sam Monetta

1

10-2

.833

1919-20

Walt Hobt

1

8-3

.727

1921-23

C.H.Waits

2

7-14

.333

1925-26

Louis Moorhead

1

3-8

.273

1926-34

Dave Connelly

8

48-78

.381

1934-42

Harold Anderson

8

142-41

.776

1942-44

Burl Friddle

2

27-17

.614

1944-46

Rollie Boldt

2

29-11

.725

1946-47

Bill Orwig

1

18-6

.750

1947-54

Jerry Bush

7

127-58

.686

1954-65

Eddie Melvin

11

125-133

.478

1965-87

Bob Nichols

22

376-212

.639

1987-91

Jay Eck

4

62-57

.521

1991-96

Larry Gipson

5

68-73

.482

1996-08

Stan Joplin

12

203-155

.567

2008-09

Gene Cross

2

11-53

.172

2009-Pr.

Tod Kowalczyk

3

38-58

.396

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Savage arena Capacity: ....................................................................................................................................................7,300 Press Row Phone: ................................................................................................................. (419) 530-2027 Largest Crowd: ...................................................................................9,668 vs. Bowling Green (2-12-77) Year Opened: .............................................................................................................................................. 1976 All-Time Arena Record: .....................................................................................................................389-161


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90

2-1 2-4 10-2 8-3 1-12 5-6 2-8 5-5 13-7 3-8 6-9 9-7 6-10 5-9 5-12 8-9 3-13 6-9 13-3 12-4 18-4 14-6 17-10 24-6 21-3 23-5 22-4 5-13 9-4 20-7 18-6 21-5 13-12 22-6 22-7 20-11 16-7 13-10 5-17 9-13 5-19 9-14 11-13 18-6 15-8 14-10 13-11 13-11 13-11 13-11 23-2 16-8 13-11 13-11 13-11 19-6 15-11 19-9 17-9 18-7 21-6 21-6 22-8 23-6 21-10 15-11 17-12 18-11 16-12 12-17 11-17 15-12 18-13 12-16

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Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

Darrell Fox Darrell Fox Sam Monetts Watt Hobt Darrell Fox C.H. Watts C.H. Watts Darrell Fox Darrell Fox Louis Moorhead Dave Connelly Dave Connelly Dave Connelly Dave Connelly Dave Connelly Dave Connelly Dave Connelly Dave Connelly Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Harold Anderson Burl Friddle Burl Friddle Rollie Boldt Rollie Boldt Bill Orwig Jerry Bush Jerry Bush Jerry Bush Jerry Bush Jerry Bush Jerry Bush Jerry Bush Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Eddie Melvin Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Bob Nichols Jay Eck Jay Eck Jay Eck

1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

17-16 7-20 12-16 15-12 16-11 18-14 13-14 15-12 19-9 18-13 22-11 16-14 14-15 20-11 16-13 20-11 19-13 11-19 7-25 4-28 4-28 19-17 15-13

7-9/MAC 3-13/MAC 9-9/MAC 10-8/MAC 10-8/MAC 9-9/MAC 6-12/MAC 10-8/MAC 11-7/MAC 11-7/MAC 12-6/MAC 11-7/MAC 7-11/MAC 12-6/MAC 11-7/MAC 10-8/MAC 14-2/MAC 7-8/MAC 5-11/MAC 1-15/MAC 1-15/MAC 7-9/MAC 10-6/MAC

Coach Jay Eck Larry Gipson Larry Gipson Larry Gipson Larry Gipson Larry Gipson Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Stan Joplin Gene Cross Gene Cross Tod Kowalczyk Tod Kowalczyk Tod Kowalczyk

2012-13 Results Date Opponent Score 11/09/12 at Loyola (Chi.) L, 50-62 11/12/12 at Minnesota L, 56-82 11/14/12 at Northern Iowa LOT, 81-84 11/21/12 vs Samford W, 82-69 11/22/12 at Florida Gulf Coast L, 66-72 11/28/12 TEXAS A&M - CC W, 80-68 12/01/12 at Cleveland State L, 73-78 12/05/12 at Detroit L, 73-79 12/08/12 at Eastern Illinois W, 67-59 12/29/12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO W, 74-55 12/31/12 CHICAGO STATE L, 53-58 1/09/13 *at Kent State W, 70-58 1/12/13 *CENTRAL MICHIGAN WOT, 76-72 1/16/13 *at Western Michigan L, 56-79 1/19/13 *at Ohio L, 67-76 1/23/13 *AKRON L, 56-71 1/26/13 *BOWLING GREEN W, 75-62 1/30/13 *at Ball State W, 85-78 2/02/13 *at Northern Illinois W, 69-64 2/06/13 *MIAMI W, 65-64 2/09/13 *EASTERN MICHIGAN W, 60-52 2/13/13 *at Buffalo L, 60-75 2/16/13 *at Central Michigan W, 73-64 2/23/13 MCNEESE STATE W, 79-66 2/27/13 *WESTERN MICHIGAN L, 62-65 3/02/13 *BALL STATE L, 72-86 3/05/13 *NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 70-46 3/09/13 *at Eastern Michigan W, 78-67 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Toledo School Records/Career Leaders Individual

Toledo Career Leaders

Game Points...........................................................................................49, Clark Pittenger vs. Bluffton (12/14/18)

Points

Field Goals................................................................................................. 21, Steve Mix vs. Butler (2/25/69)

1. . .......................................................... 2,016, Ken Epperson (1981-1985)

3-Point FG’s............................................................................9, Kent Murphree vs. Chaminade (11/24/91)

2. ...........................................................1,964, Craig Thames (1992-1996)

Free Throws...................... 22, Rick Rightnowar vs. Kent State (2/1/92); Jim Ray vs. Ohio (2/27/56)

3. .......................................................... 1,814, Keith Triplett (2001-2005)

Rebounds................................ 27, Doug Hess vs. Marshall (1/13/71); Ned Miklovic vs. Ohio (2/17/58)

4. ........................................................... 1,705, Greg Stempin (1997-2001)

Assists...............................................................................................14, Tim Reiser vs. Kent State (2/24/82)

5. .................................................................. 1,676, Steve Mix (1966-1969)

Steals....................... 7, Rian Pearson vs. Ball State (1/10/12); Jonathon Amos vs. Kent State (2/2/08);

6. .............................................................. 1,562, Casey Shaw (1994-1998)

.....................Gary Campbell vs. Florida International (12/13/86); Ted Williams vs. VMI (12/28/77);

7. .............................................................1,561, Tom Kozelko (1970-1973)

....................................................................................................................Dick Miller vs. Michigan (12/5/79)

8........................................................... 1,494, Justin Ingram (2003-2007)

Blocked Shots..............................................................................................9, J.C. Harris vs. Detroit (2/1/92)

9....................................................... 1,488, Harvey Knuckles (1977-1981) 10.............................................................. 1,384, Nick Moore (1999-2003)

Season Points.............................................................................................................. 699, Craig Thames (1995-1996)

Rebounds

Field Goals................................................................................................270, Harvey Knuckles (1980-1981)

1. . .............................................................960, Ken Epperson (1981-1985)

3-Point FG’s....................................................................................................... 89, Nick Moore (2002-2003)

2. .....................................................................892, Doug Hess (1967-1971)

Free Throws.............................................................................................................. 221, Jim Ray (1955-1956)

3. ...................................................................885, Dick Miller (1976-1970)

Rebounds.............................................................................................................. 371, Doug Hess (1969-1970)

4. .....................................................................872, Steve Mix (1966-1969)

Assists...................................................................................................................210, Bill Walker (1950-1951)

5. ..................................................................871, Casey Shaw (1994-1998)

Steals..................................................................................................................82, Craig Thames (1995-1996)

6. ............................................................836, Mitch Adamek (1979-1983)

Blocked Shots......................................................................................................... 60, J.C. Harris (1991-1992)

7. ..............................................................836, Greg Stempin (1997-2001) 8. .................................................................... 790, Jim Brown (1972-1975)

Career

9................................................................ 779, Tom Kozelko (1970-1973)

Points............................................................................................................2,016, Ken Epperson (1981-1985)

10. .............................................................. 777, Ray Wolford (1961-1964)

Field Goals...............................................................................................................786, Epperson (1981-1985) 3-Point FG’s...................................................................................................... 276, Nick Moore (1999-2003)

Assists

Free Throws.................................................................................................. 555, Craig Thames (1992-1996)

1. . .................................................................. 762, Tim Reiser (1980-1984)

Rebounds........................................................................................................960, Ken Epperson (1981-1985)

2. ..................................................................560, Keith Wade (1987-1991)

Assists...................................................................................................................762, Tim Reiser (1980-1984)

3. ....................................................................518, Jay Lehman (1977-1981)

Steals.............................................................................................................. 278, Keith Triplett (2001-2005)

4. ................................................................... 428, Stan Joplin (1975-1979)

Blocked Shots....................................................................................................... 138, J.C. Harris (1989-1992)

5. .........................................................................392, Jay Gast (1981-1985)

Team

Steals 1. . ............................................................278, Keith Triplett (2001-2005)

Game

2...........................................................242, Jonathan Amos (2005-2009)

Points.........................................................................................................................136 vs. Hillsdale (12/2/68)

3. ............................................................. 217, Justin Ingram (2003-2007)

Field Goals.................................................................................................................58 vs. Hillsdale (12/2/68)

4. ..............................................................207, Craig Thames (1992-1996)

3-Point FG’s......................................................................................................17 vs. Wright State (12/22/03)

5. .................................................................181, Robert Kizer (1995-1999)

Free Throws.......................................................................................................................41 vs. Ohio (2/17/97) Rebounds..............................................................81 vs. Morehead State (2/9/72); vs. Hillsdale (12/2/67)

Blocked Shots 1. . ....................................................................138, J.C. Harris (1989-1992)

Season

2................................................................... 112, Casey Shaw (1994-1998)

Points........................................................................................................................................2,502 (2011-2012)

3. ..................................................................80, Craig Sutters (1989-1991)

Field Goals.................................................................................................................................. 959 (1980-1981)

4................................................................. 73, Jerrah Young (2005-2008)

3-Point FG’s..............................................................................................................................248 (2002-2003)

5. ....................................................................72, llen Pinson (2002-2006)

Free Throws..............................................................................................................................572 (2000-2001) Rebounds..................................................................................................................................1,295 (1990-1991) Most Consecutive Wins............................................................................................17, (2-19-40 to 1-25-41)

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Western Michigan Broncos Team Information Quick Facts

Location............................................................................Kalamazoo, Mich. President: ........................................................................ Dr. John M. Dunn Athletics Director: ........................................................ Kathy Beauregard Enrollment: ...........................................................................................25,086 Founded: ...................................................................................................1903 First Year of MAC Basketball:....................................................... 1947-48 Joined MAC...............................................................................................1947 Nickname: ..........................................................................................Broncos Colors: . ..................................................................................Brown & Gold Athletics Website: . .......................................... www.wmubroncos.com Men’s Basketball Twitter Account................................. @WMUFagan

TEAM Facts

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............................................................. 9/6 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................................................1/4 2012-13 Overall Record: ....................................................................... 22-13 Home........................................................................................................ 12-2 Away......................................................................................................... 7-10 Neutral........................................................................................................3-1 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish:.............................................. 10-6/1st West Home..........................................................................................................6-2 Away...........................................................................................................4-4 2012-13 Postseason: . Def. Eastern Michigan in MAC 2nd Rd., 70-55 ...........................................................Lost to Ohio in MAC 3rd Rd., 63-74 .................................. Def. North Dakota State in CBI 1st Rd, 72-71 (ot) .........................................................Def. Wyoming in CBI 2nd Rd., 75-67 ............................................Lost at George Mason in CBI 3rd Rd., 52-62

TEAM History

All-Time Record: . .................................................. 1,273-1,110 (100 years) All-Time MAC Record: ...............................................445-511 (66 years) MAC Tournament App./Record: .................................. 28/20-29 (.408) MAC Tournament Titles/Last: . ......................................................1/2004 NCAA Appearances/Record: .................................................3/2-3 (.400) Last NCAA Appearance: ......................................................................2004 NIT Appearances/Record: ......................................................3/2-3 (.400) Last NIT Appearance: ...........................................................................2005

2013-14 Schedule

Opponent Date Time November 2 Kalamazoo College (Exh.) 2 p.m. 4 Aquinas College (Exh.) 7 p.m. 9 #vs. New Mexico State 1:30 a.m. 10 #at Hawaii 12:30 a.m. 11 #vs. Tennessee State 7 p.m. 17 Alabama A&M 2 p.m. 20 North Dakota State 7 p.m. 26 Oakland 7 p.m. 29 Cornell 7 p.m. December 7 at Northwestern 5 p.m. 15 at Missouri 7 p.m. (ESPNU) 18 at Drake 8 p.m. 21 Prarie View A&M 2 p.m. January 2 Siena Heights 7 p.m. 8 *Toledo 7 p.m. 11 *at Miami 3 p.m. 14 *at Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. (TWC) 19 *Bowling Green 2 p.m. (TWC) 23 *at Kent State 7 p.m. 26 *Ball State 2 p.m. 29 *at Buffalo 7 p.m. February 1 *Central Michigan 2 p.m. 5 *Ohio 7 p.m. 9 *at Northern Illinois 4:30 p.m. 12 *Akron 7 p.m. 15 *Miami 4:30 p.m. 19 *at Ohio 7 p.m. 23 *Eastern Michigan 2 p.m. 26 *at Ball State 7 p.m. (TWC) March 1 *at Toledo 6 p.m. (TWC) 4 *Northern Illinois 7 p.m. 7 or 8 *at Central Michigan TBA * Mid-American Conference Game # Outrigger Hotel & Resorts Rainbow Classic (Hawaii) Home games in BOLD

Roster n o name

00 1 2 3 4 5 11 20 21 22 31 32 33 34 35 40

Von Washington Tucker Haymond Connor Tava Hayden Hoerdemann Jared Klein David Brown Bishop Robinson Tim Brennan Shayne Whittington Austin Richie Mario Matasovic Taylor Perry Leo Svete AJ Avery Charles Harris Kellen McCormick

pos G F F G G G G G/F C G F G G F G F

ht

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

wt

175 220 235 200 175 205 190 200 245 185 215 200 200 205 195 215

yr

hometown/school

RFr. Kalamazoo, Mich. (Kalamazoo Central) Fr. Seattle, Wash, (Garfield) So. Warren, Mich. (Warren De La Salle) Jr. Bloomington, Ill. (Central Catholic) So. Otsego, Mich. (Otsego) RSr. Roscoe, Ill. (Hononegah) Fr. Kalamazoo, Mich. (Loy-Norrix) Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Lincoln Park) RSr. Paw Paw, Mich. (Lawrence) Jr. Lowell, Ind. (Lowell) Fr. Zagreb, Croatia (St. John’s NW Military Acad.) So. Rochester, Mich. (Rochester) Fr. Granger, Ind. (Penn Mishawaka) So. Chicago, Ill. (St. Rita of Cascia) RFr. Antioch, Ill. (Lake Forest Academy) RFr. West Bloomfield, Mich. (Notre Dame Prep)

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Shayne Whittington C Sr. 13.2 8.8 1.1 Austin Richie G Jr. 6.1 1.5 3.0 Starters Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Darius Paul F Fr. 10.4 5.7 1.7 Nate Hutcheson F Sr. 10.1 4.7 1.7 Brandon Pokley G Sr. 8.9 2.7 0.9 Other Letterwinners Returning Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. David Brown G Sr. 11.0 2.4 1.1 Connar Tava F So. 4.5 3.4 1.1 Jared Klein G So. 3.2 1.6 1.0 Taylor Perry G So. 1.8 1.2 0.1 AJ Avery F So. 1.1 0.8 0.1 Other Letterwinners Lost Pos. Yr. Ppg. Rpg. Apg. Dan Loney F Sr. 1.2 1.8 0.3 Newcomers Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Tucker Haymond F Fr. 6-6 220 Mario Matasovic F Fr. 6-8 215 Bishop Robinson G Fr. 6-3 190 Leo Svete G Fr. 6-5 200

2012-13 Team Stats

Overall Games.................................................................35 Field Goal Pct...........................785/1816 (.432) Three Point FG Pct...................188/587 (.320) Free Throw Pct......................... 587/835 (.703) Offensive Rebounds..................................... 417 Defense Rebounds........................................872 Total Rebounds.....................1,289 (36.8 rpg.) Personal Fouls............................................... 628 Foul Outs...........................................................13 Assists .............................................................412 Turnovers........................................................510 Blocks................................................................114 Steals................................................................198 Points...................................... 2345 (67.0 ppg.) Conference Only Games................................................................. 16 Field Goal Pct........................... 353/802 (.440) Three Point FG Pct.................... 87/265 (.328) Free Throw Pct......................... 281/407 (.690) Offensive Rebounds..................................... 187 Defense Rebounds....................................... 389 Total Rebounds........................576 (36.0 rpg.) Personal Fouls................................................ 313 Foul Outs.......................................................... 10 Assists .............................................................194 Turnovers....................................................... 242 Blocks................................................................ 54 Steals................................................................102 Points........................................1074 (67.1 ppg.)

Media/Information & Outlets Western Michigan Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact Men’s Basketball SID Sean Fagan (sean.fagan@wmich.edu)

269.387.3168 (O)/724.875.5396 (C)

Newspapers Kalamazoo Gazette / MLive.com Western Herald BroncoBlitz.com (Rivals)

Beat Writer David Drew (ddrew1@mlive.com) Lexus Ramsey (lexus.w.ramsey@wmich.edu) Brian Persky (brianpersky13@gmail.com)

Office Phone 231.690.1965 313.207.7250 269.370.0924

Radio Bronco Radio Network Television WWMT- TV (CBS) WOOD-TV (NBC)

Color/Play-By-Play PBP: Robin Hook (robin.hood@wmich.edu)

Office Phone 269.343.1717

Sports Director Ed Kengerski (ekengerski@sbgtv.net) Jack Doles (jack.doles@woodtv.com) Larry Figurski (larry.figurski@woodtv.com

Office Phone 269.998.1974 616.235.4317 616.293.2924

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Coaching Information/Arena Facts Coaches Information

Head Coach........................................................................................................................................................................................Steve Hawkins Alma Mater: . ..................................................................................................................................................... South Alabama, ‘87 (Bachelor’s) .......................................................................................................................................................................U.S. Sports Academy, ‘89 (Master’s) Hometown:......................................................................................................................................................................................... Ventura, Calif. Birth Date:............................................................................................................................................................................................August 3, 1962 Playing Career:....................................................................................................................................................................................................... N/A Overall Record: . ......................................................................................................................................................................... 318-256 (19 years) School Record: ............................................................................................................................................................................. 181-145 (10 years) MAC Record: .................................................................................................................................................................................99-68 (10 years) MAC Tournament Appearances/Record:..................................................................................................................................................10/13-9 NCAA Tournament Appearances/Record:.....................................................................................................................................................1/0-1 NIT Appearances/Record:.................................................................................................................................................................................. 1/1-1

Previous Coaching Experience

Western Michigan.....................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (2000-03) Quincy University........................................................................................................... Head Coach (1991-00); Assistant Coach (1990-91) St. Andrew’s College..................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1988-90) South Alabama.............................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1984-87)

HAWKINS’ Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Postseason 1991-00 Quincy 137-111 -- -2003-04 Western Michigan 26-5 15-3 NCAA Tournament (0-1) 2004-05 Western Michigan 20-13 11-7 NIT Tournament (1-1) Hawkins vs. The MAC 2005-06 Western Michigan 14-17 10-8 -Western Michigan 16-16 9-7 -vs. Akron: . ..........................................4-12 2006-07 2007-08 Western Michigan 20-12 12-4 -vs. Ball State........................................ 13-8 2008-09 Western Michigan 10-21 7-9 -vs. Bowling Green............................... 11-3 2009-10 Western Michigan 18-15 8-8 -Western Michigan 21-13 11-5 CollegeInsider.com (1-1) vs. Buffalo:.............................................. 6-7 2010-11 2011-12 Western Michigan 14-20 6-10 -vs. Central Michigan........................ 15-6 2012-13 Western Michigan 22-13 10-6 CBI (2-1) vs. Eastern Michigan........................ 18-5 Career 19 years (10 MAC) 318-256 (.554) 99-68 (.592) 4-4 (.500) vs. Kent State:.......................................4-9 vs. Miami:..............................................6-4 Assistant Coaches vs. Northern Illinois:......................... 16-5 Clayton Bates................................................................................................................................................................Florida, 1996 (11th season) vs. Ohio:..................................................4-9 Larry Farmer................................................................................................................................................................UCLA, 1975 (Third season) vs. Toledo:............................................ 12-8 James Holland....................................................................................................................................USC-Spartanburg, 1985 (Second season) Dan Hoff, Director of Basketball Operations...................................................................................Eastern Michigan, 1976 (First season)

Western Michigan All-Time Coaching Results Years Coach

Seasons Record

1914-22

Bill Spaulding

9

1922-49

Herbert (Buck) Read 27

1949-52

Bill Perigo

1952-58

Pct.

77-43

.642

345-169

.671

3

41-27

.603

Joe Hoy

6

61-70

.470

1958-66

Don Bowen

8

75-112

.401

1966-70

Sonny Means

4

38-56

.404

1970-76

Eldon Miller

6

86-68

.558

1976-79

Dick Shilts

3

28-56

.333

1979-82

Les Wothke

3

42-41

.506

1982-89

Vernon Payne

7

69-126

.350

1989-00

Bob Donewald

11

152-154

.494

2000-03

Robert McCullum

3

44-45

.494

2003-Pr.

Steve Hawkins

10

181-145

.555

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UNIVERSITY ARENA Capacity: ....................................................................................................................................................5,421 Press Row Phone: .................................................................................................................(269) 387-3064 Largest Crowd: ............................................................................................5,649 vs. Michigan (11-23-01) Year Opened: .............................................................................................................................................. 1957 All-Time Arena Record: ...................................................................................................................444-252


Year-By-Year Records/2012-13 Results Year

Overall

Conf.

1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

4-4 7-5 9-7 7-6 8-4 11-3 8-3 12-5 11-6 17-6 13-8 17-4 15-4 16-2 9-8 10-9 17-0 14-3 14-5 14-3 12-5 11-5 15-3 13-4 6-12 7-10 10-9 9-9 12-8 15-4 15-4 8-10 15-7 17-7 12-10 12-10 12-10 13-9 16-8 12-9 10-11 12-10 13-9 9-13 5-18 2-20 12-11 10-14 13-11 12-12 10-14 8-16 8-14 10-14 11-13 11-13 6-16 14-10 10-14 8-18 13-13 16-10 25-3 14-13 7-20 6-23 12-14 15-13 15-14 5-23 4-22 12-16 12-16 12-16

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-2/MAC 4-6/MAC 6-4/MAC 4-4/MAC 9-3/MAC 6-6/MAC 4-5/MAC 9-5/MAC 7-5/MAC 4-8/MAC 1-11/MAC 1-11/MAC 5-7/MAC 4-8/MAC 6-6/MAC 7-5/MAC 6-6/MAC 3-9/MAC 4-8/MAC 4-8/MAC 5-7/MAC 6-6/MAC 2-8/MAC 5-5/MAC 5-5/MAC 2-10/MAC 5-7/MAC 8-6/MAC 15-1/MAC 8-8/MAC 4-12/MAC 3-13/MAC 7-9/MAC 10-6/MAC 8-8/MAC 3-15/MAC 2-16/MAC 7-11/MAC 7-11/MAC 7-9/MAC

Coach

Year

Overall

Conf.

Bill Spaulding Bill Spaulding Bill Spaulding Bill Spaulding Bill Spaulding Bill Spaulding Bill Spaulding Bill Spaulding Bill Spaulding Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Herbert Read Bill Perigo Bill Perigo Bill Perigo Joe Hoy Joe Hoy Joe Hoy Joe Hoy Joe Hoy Joe Hoy Don Boven Don Boven Don Boven Don Boven Don Boven Don Boven Don Boven Don Boven Sonny Means Sonny Means Sonny Means Sonny Means Eldon Miller Eldon Miller Eldon Miller Eldon Miller Eldon Miller Eldon Miller Dick Shilts Dick Shilts Dick Shilts Les Wothke Les Wothke Les Wothke Vernon Payne Vernon Payne Vernon Payne Vernon Payne Vernon Payne

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

12-17 12-16 9-18 5-22 21-9 17-12 14-14 14-13 15-12 14-14 21-8 11-15 10-18 7-21 17-13 20-11 26-5 20-13 14-17 16-16 20-12 10-21 18-15 21-13 14-20 22-13

7-9/MAC 6-10/MAC 3-13/MAC 2-14/MAC 11-5/MAC 12-6/MAC 7-11/MAC 9-9/MAC 13-5/MAC 9-9/MAC 14-4/MAC 6-12/MAC 6-12/MAC 7-11/MAC 10-8/MAC 10-8/MAC 15-3/MAC 11-7/MAC 10-8/MAC 9-7/MAC 12-4/MAC 7-9/MAC 8-8/MAC 11-5/MAC 6-10/MAC 10-6/MAC

Coach Vernon Payne Vernon Payne Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Bob Donewald Robert McCullun Robert McCullun Robert McCullun Steve Hawkins Steve Hawkins Steve Hawkins Steve Hawkins Steve Hawkins Steve Hawkins Steve Hawkins Steve Hawkins Steve Hawkins Steve Hawkins

2012-13 Results

Date Opponent Score 11/10/12 at Cornell L, 55-63 11/13/12 MARYGROVE W, 85-40 11/16/12 vs Loyola (Chi.) W, 81-71 11/17/12 vs Mary. Eastern Shore W, 68-51 11/18/12 at South Florida W, 58-53 11/29/12 HIGH POINT W, 54-53 12/1/12 OAKLAND W, 76-72 12/4/12 at Michigan L, 41-73 12/8/12 at Illinois State L, 63-85 12/16/12 at High Point W, 70-64 12/19/12 at Duquesne L, 66-71 12/22/12 MT. ST. MARY’S W, 87-66 12/29/12 at NC State L, 68-84 1/9/13 *at Akron L, 43-65 1/12/13 *OHIO L, 59-61 1/16/13 * TOLEDO W, 79-56 1/19/13 *at Northern Illinois W, 71-34 1/23/13 *EASTERN MICHIGAN W, 63-59 1/26/13 *at Central Michigan W, 76-59 1/30/13 *at Miami W, 72-68 2/2/13 *BUFFALO W, 71-60 2/6/13 *KENT STATE W, 82-76 2/9/13 *at Ball State L, 62-65 2/13/13 *at Bowling Green L, 60-70 2/16/13 *NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 66-58 2/23/13 PACIFIC W, 67-62 2/27/13 *at Toledo W, 65-62 3/2/13 *at Eastern Michigan LOT, 49-50 3/5/13 *BALL STATE L, 85-89 3/9/13 *CENTRAL MICHIGAN W, 71-68 3/14/13 vs Eastern Michigan W, 70-55 3/15/13 vs Ohio L, 63-74 3/20/13 NORTH DAKOTA STATE WOT, 72-71 3/25/13 at Wyoming WOT, 75-67 3/27/13 at George Mason L, 52-62 *Mid-American Conference Game

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Western Michigan School Records/Career Leaders Individual

Western Michigan Career Leaders

Game Points......................................................................................................... 46, Gene Ford vs. Loyola (2/4/69) Field Goals.......................................................................................21, Manny Newsome vs. Toledo (1964) 3-Point FG’s................................................................................................ 9, Levi Rost vs. Buffalo (12/4/04) Free Throws..................................................................................... 18, Dave Anderson vs. Marshall (1965) Rebounds........................................................................... 26, Reggie Lacefield vs. Illinois State (12/9/67) Assists..................................................................................17, Todd Dietrich vs. Bowling Green (2/21/79) Steals..................................................7 (three tied) last: Robby Collum vs. Eastern Michigan (2/6/02) Blocked Shots................................ 7, Three Times: Most Recent: LaMarcus Lowe at EMU (1/24/09)

Season Points.............................................................................................................................. 714, David Kool (2010) Field Goals....................................................................................................267, Kenny Cunningham (1980) 3-Point FG’s........................................................................................................................91, Levi Rost (2005) Free Throws................................................................................................................. 209, David Kool (2010) Rebounds.......................................................................................................................324, Edgar Blair (1958) Assists............................................................................................................................170, Rod Brown (2000) Steals..........................................................................................................................83, Robby Collum (2003) Blocked Shots................................................................................................58, Shayne Whittington (2012)

1..................................................................2,122, David Kool (2006-2010) 2. .....................................................1,786 Manny Newsome (1962-1964) 3. ............................................................1,743, Booker James (1984-1987) 4. ................................................................... 1,713, Joe Reitz (2004-2008) 5........................................ 1,668, Saddi Washington (1994, 1996-1997) 6. ..................................................................1,668, Ben Reed (2002-2005) 7. .............................................................. 1,554, Jim Havrilla (1989-1992) 8. ..................................................................1,393, Gene Ford (1967-1969) 9....................................................... 1,289, Reggie Lacefield (1966-1968) 10. ...............................................................1,283, Edgar Blair (1957-1959)

Rebounds 1. . ................................................................1,008 Paul Griffin (1973-1976) 2. ..................................................................947, Tom Cutter (1974-1977) 3. .....................................................................939, Joe Reitz (2004-2008) 4............................................................... 864, Booker James (1984-1987) 5. ...........................................................846, Anthony Kann (2001-2004) 6. ......................................................... 833, Ben Handlogton (1993-1996) 7. ...................................................................800, Edgar Blair (1957-1959) 8. ................................................................. 770, Jim Havrilla (1989-1992) 9. .............................................................759, Mike Seberger (1979-1982) 10.............................................................. 753, Reggie Lacefield (1966-68)

Assists

Career Points................................................................................................................2,122, David Kool (2006-2010) Field Goals.............................................................................................. 729, Manny Newsome (1962-1964) 3-Point FG’s..........................................................................................................246, Ben Reed (2002-2005) Free Throws...........................................................................................................605, David Kool (2006-10) Rebounds.......................................................................................................... 1,008 Paul Griffin (1973-1976) Assists.............................................................................................................477, Mike Douglas (2008-2012) Steals..............................................................................................................199, Robby Collum (2001-2003) Blocked Shots....................................................................................... 149, Matt Van Abbema (2001-2003)

Team Game Points......................................................................................................................126 vs. Marshall (12/20/99) Field Goals..................................................................................................51 vs. UW-Whitewater (12/1/69) 3-Point FG’s....................................................................................................................... 17 vs. Ohio (1/26/02) Free Throws....................................................................................................... 42 vs. Bowling Green (1955) Rebounds................................................................................................................................89 vs. Ohio (1956)

Season Points................................................................................................................................................ 2,434 (2004) Field Goals............................................................................................................................................908 (1979) 3-Point FG’s.........................................................................................................................................249 (2005) Free Throws.........................................................................................................................................591 (2008) Rebounds.............................................................................................................................................1,317 (1961) Most Consecutive Wins..............................................................................................20, (3-8-75 to 2-11-76)

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Points

1................................................................477, Mike Douglas (2008-2012) 2. ...............................................................427, Bill Stanback (1987-1990) 3. ...............................................................406, Brian Snider (2003-2006) 4. ...............................................................391, Todd Dietrich (1978-1981) 5. ................................................................... 373, Jim Kurzen (1973-1976) 6................................................................ 358, Michael Redell (2006-09) 7. ............................................................ 351, Robby Collum (2001-2003) 8. ............................................................. 317, Rickey Willis (2002-2005) 9. ..................................................................291, Rod Brown (1999-2000) 10...................................................................272, David Kool (2006-2010)

Steals 1. . ...........................................................199, Robby Collum (2001-2003) 2. ............................................................... 185, Booker James (1984-1987) 3. ............................................................177, Anthony Kann (2001-2004) 4............................................ 173, Saddi Washington (1994, 1996-1998) 5.....................................................................163, David Kool (2006-2010) 6. ..........................................................156, Rashod Johnson (1995-1998) 7. ............................................................... 149, Brian Snider (2003-2006) 8. ............................................................146, Darrick Brooks (1990-1993) 9. ..........................................................142, Ben Handlogton (1993-1996) 10................................................................ 110, Shawntes Gary (2006-09)

Blocked Shots 1. . ....................................................149, Matt Van Abbema (2001-2003) 2. ..............................................................137, Mike Seberger (1979-1982) 3. .......................................................... 116, Ben Handlogton (1993-1996) 4. ..............................................................83, Steve Riikonen (1986-1988) 5. ................................................................. 79, Kelvin Oliver (1982-1985) 6. ............................................................65, Mike Williams (2003-2004) 7. ................................................ 62, Andrew Hershberger (2004-2008) 8................................................................. 57, Donald Lawson (2007-pr.) 9. ...........................................................55, Tony Baumgardt (1986-1989) 10. ...................................................................53, Mike Kabat (1980-1981)


Mid-American Conference All-Americans All-America Selections Ball State

Bonzi Wells Curtis Kidd Paris McCurdy Dan Palombizio Ray McCallum Larry Bullington

Bowling Green

Keith McLeod Antonio Daniels David Jenkins Walt Piatkowski Howard Komives Nate Thurmond Jim Darrow Al Bianchi

Buffalo

Turner Battle Mitchell Watt

Central Michigan

Chris Kaman David Webber

Eastern Michigan Earl Boykins

Kent State

Anthony Grier Antonio Gates DeAndre Haynes Al Fisher Justin Greene

Marshall*

Leo Byrd Walt Walowac

1998 1997 1996 1989 1989 1986 1985 1983 1974 1973

1st-BW, 3rd-AP, HM-SN Honorable Mention-BW Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-AP, UPI Honorable Mention-AP, SN Honorable Mention-SN Honorable Mention-Un. Sports

2002 1997 1984 1968 1964 1963 1960 1954

Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-Converse 3rd-AP, 3rd UPI, 1st Converse 1st-SN, 2nd-UPI, 2nd-Converse AP & UPI, 1st Converse INS, UP, Collier’s

2005 2012

Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-AP

2003 Honorable Mention-AP 2001 Honorable Mention-AP 2001 Oscar Robertson Player of the Year Finalist 1998

Honorable Mention-AP

1985 2003 2006 2008 2011

Honorable Mention AP Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention- AP Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-AP

1959 1954

1st-Converse, UPI, Helms Fnd. 3rd-Helms Foundation

Michael Bramos 2009 Wally Szczerbiak 1999 Ron Harper 1986 Wayne Embry 1958 Kenny Battle Tim Norton Allen Rayhorn Paul Dawkins Matt Hicks

Ohio

D.J. Cooper Gary Trent Walter Luckett Frank Baumholtz

Toledo

Steve Mix Bob Gerber Chuck Chuckovits

Western Michigan David Kool Gene Ford Don Boven Harold Gensichen

Nate Schindewolf

Ball State

Dennis Trammell Jim Hahn

Bowling Green

Matt Lefeld Steve Martenet Joe Faine

Buffalo

Turner Battle

Central Michigan Sander Scott

Eastern Michigan Dan Hoff

Miami

Northern Illinois

Cosida Academic All-American Selections

Akron

Honorable Mention - AP 1st-BB News, Sports Illustrated, Basketball America, John Wooden, 2nd-AP, NABC, USBWA, 3rd in voting for John Wooden Award 2nd-AP, UPI, USBWA, NABC 3rd, Helms Athletic

1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1979 1977 1976

Honorable Mention-AP, SN Honorable Mention-AP, SN Honorable Mention-AP, SN Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-AP Honorable Mention-SN HM-AP, SN, Converse Honorable Mention-AP, SN

2013 1995 1975 1941

Honorable Mention-AP 3rd-AP, 3rd-UPI 3rd-Helms 1st-NY Writers, 1st-Converse

1969 1942 1941 1938

Converse & Helms Chicago Tribune, NY Writers 2nd-Converse 2nd-Converse

2010 1969 1949 1947

Honorable Mention - AP Helms Foundation Basketball Coaches 3rd-Converse

Kent State

Dennis Odle

Miami

Mike Ensminger Craig Michaelis George Swiegert Chuck Goodyear

Northern Illinois

TJ Lux Brad Waller Tim Dillon

Ohio

Dave Jamerson Bill Littlefield Steve Skaggs Scott Love Craig Love John Canine Ken Kowall

Toledo

Casey Shaw Bob Borcherdt Mitch Adamek Dick Miller Dave Speicher Mac Otten Doug Hess

Western Michigan

David Kool Joe Reitz Sean Wightman Jim Kurzen Bill Vanderwoude

2001

Second Team

2005 1979

Third Team Sixth Team

2007 1988 1980

Third Team Third Team Second Team

2005

Second Team

1993

First Team

1976

Second Team

1974

Second Team

2001 Third Team 2001 Anson Mount Scholar Athlete of the Year 1993 First Team 1992 Third Team 1991 Second Team 1982 Honorable Mention 1977 Third Team 2000 2000 1998 1985 1984

GTE Academic All-America of the Year First Team First Team Honorable Mention First Team

1990 1980 1978 1977 1976 1970 1970 1970

First Team Honorable Mention Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Honorable Mention

1998 1986 1982 1980 1980 1977 1973 1970

Third Team Second Team Third Team Honorable Mention Second Team Third Team Third Team Third Team

2009 2008 2007 1993 1991 1976 1970

Third Team Second Team First Team Second Team Third Team Third Team Honorable Mention

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Academic All-MAC Selections Akron Mark Alberts, 1993 Doug Jackson, 1995 Andy Hipsher, 2003-04 Steve McNees, 2011 Brian Walsh, 2012-13 Ball State Jim Hahn, 1979 Jeff Furlin, 1984 Derrick Wesley, 1987-88 Rick Hall, 1989-88 David Broz, 1994 Matt McCollom, 2003-04-05 Dennis Trammell, 2005 Matt Kamieniecki, 2012 Jauwan Scaife, 2013 Bowling Green Ed Behm, 1967 Al Hairston, 1968-67 Dennis Cavanaugh, 1970-68 Dalynn Badenhop, 1972 Al Russ, 1972 Jack Wissman, 1974-73 Dan Hipsher, 1977 Greg Kampe, 1978 Steve Martenet, 1988-87-86 Jay Larranaga, 1997-96-95 Matt Lefeld, 2006-07 Marc Larson, 2008-09-10 Joe Jakubowski, 2009-10-11 Buffalo Mark Bortz, 2004-05 Turner Battle, 2003-04-05 Vadim Fedotov, 2009 John Boyer, 2010 Byron Mulkey, 2011 Tony Watson, 2012 Will Regan, 2013 Central Michigan Dave MacDonald, 1973 Jim Helmink, 1975-74 Peter Lambropoulos, 1986-85 Dan Majerle, 1988 Sander Scott, 1993-92-91 Chad Guelda, 1997-96-95 Ryan Jansen, 1996 Jason Webber, 1999 Jalin Thomas, 2011 Eastern Michigan Dan Hoff, 1976-75 Walt Jones, 1976-75 Patrick Miller, 1981 Nkechi Ezugwu, 1998 Steve Pettyjohn, 2003

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Kent State Rick Gates, 1973 Doug Sheil, 1973 Dennis Odle, 1974 David Zeigler, 1983 Russ Kotolac, 1986-85 Ric Blevins, 1990-89 Eric Glenn, 1990-89 Harold Walton, 1990 Mike Klinzing, 1992-91 Rod Koch, 1994 Scott Effertz, 1998-97 Bryan Bedford, 2003 Armon Gates, 2007 Marshall* Ardo Armpalu, 2003 Miami John Shoemaker, 1978 Tom Dunn, 1980-79 George Sweigert, 1982-81 Chuck Stahl, 1984 Eddie Schilling, 1988-87 Jim Paul, 1991-90 Craig Michaels, 1993-92-91 Matt Kramer, 1993-92 Gregg Darbyshire, 1994 Mike Ensminger, 1999 Jason Grunkmeyer, 1999 Northern Illinois TJ Lux, 1998 Mike Brown, 1999 James Hughes, 2007 Xavier Silas, 2010 Ohio Russ Hamilton, 1967-66 Wayne Young, 1968-67 Fred Cluff, 1968-67-66 John Canine, 1970 Craig Love, 1971-70 Ken Kowall, 1971-70 Scott Love, 1976-74 Steve Skaggs, 1979-78-77 Bill Littlefield, 1980 Dave Jamerson, 1990-89 Dan Aloi, 1992 Chad Estis, 1994 Geno Ford, 1997 Walter Offutt, 2013

Toledo Bill Backensto, 1967-66 Don White, 1968-67 Doug Hess, 1970-68 Tim Harman, 1972-70 Mac Otten, 1973-72-71 Mike Larsen, 1974 Stan Joplin, 1977 Dave Speicher, 1977-76 Dick Miller, 1980 Tim Selgo, 1980-79-78 Jay Lehman, 1981 Mitch Seemann, 1981 Tim Reiser, 1984-82 Mitch Adamek, 1983-81 Bob Borcherdt, 1986-85 Jim Lange, 1985 Andy Fisher, 1989-88-87 Kent Murphree, 1992 James Heck, 1994 John Defoe, 1995 Kevin Baker, 1996, 1995 Casey Shaw, 1998-97-96 Chad Kamstra, 1999 Greg Stempin, 1999 Kashif Payne, 2006 Jonathan Amos, 2007 Jerrah Young, 2008 Rian Pearson, 2012 Western Michigan Ville Coole, 1966 Clarence Harville, 1968 Bill VanderWoude, 1971-70-69 John Sperla, 1972-71-70 Jim Kurzen, 1976-75-74 Mike Reardon, 1978 Mark Weishaar, 1980-79 Jasper McElroy, 1982 Mike Dietz, 1983 Mark Gorski, 1986 Dan Zachary, 1986 Ned Hellman, 1988-87 Sean Wightman, 1993-91 Saddi Washington, 1997-98 Brad Van Timmeren, 1999 Brian Snider, 2004-05-06 Joe Reitz, 2006-07-08 Andrew Hershberger, 2006-07-08 David Kool, 2008-09-10 Derek Drews, 2009 Alex Wolf, 2011 Brandon Pokley, 2012-13 *No longer in the MAC

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MAC Individual Honors MAC Player Of The Year

MAC Coach Of The Year

2013-.................................................D.J. Cooper, Ohio 2012-.......................................Mitchell Watt, Buffalo 2011-...................................Justin Greene, Kent State 2010-..............................................David Kool, WMU 2009 -...................................Michael Bramos, Miami 2008-...........................................Al Fisher, Kent State 2007-..........................................Romeo Travis, Akron 2006-...........................DeAndre Haynes, Kent State 2005-................................................ Turner Battle, UB 2004 - ................................... Mike Williams, WMU 2003 - . ........................................Chris Kaman, CMU 2002 - ......................................Keith McLeod, BGSU 2001 - .......................................David Webber, CMU 2000 - ...................................Anthony Stacey, BGSU 1999 - .................................Wally Szczerbiak,Miami 1998 - ..............................................Bonzi Wells, BSU 1997 - ................................... Antonio Daniels, BGSU 1996 - ..............................................Bonzi Wells, BSU 1995 – .............................................. Gary Trent, Ohio 1994 – .............................................. Gary Trent, Ohio 1993 – . ............................................. Gary Trent, Ohio 1992 – ............................................ Lewis Geter, Ohio 1991 – ................................... Marcus Kennedy, EMU 1990 – ....................................... Dave Jamerson, Ohio 1989 – ...........................................Paul Graham, Ohio 1988 – . ............................................Grant Long, EMU 1987 – . ..................................... Booker James, WMU 1986 – . .........................................Ron Harper, Miami 1985 – . .........................................Ron Harper, Miami 1984 – ......................................John Devereaux, Ohio 1983 – . .......................................Ray McCallum, BSU 1982 – ............................ Melvin McLaughlin, CMU 1981 – ................................ Harvey Knuckles, Toledo 1980 – ......................................... Jim Swaney, Toledo 1979 – . .........................................Paul Dawkins, NIU 1978 – . ................................. Archie Aldridge, Miami 1977 – ............................................... Matt Hicks, NIU 1976 – . ............................................ Jeff Tyson, WMU 1975 – . ...................................Dan Roundfield, CMU 1974 – . .....................................Walter Luckett, Ohio 1973 – ....................................... Tom Kozelko, Toledo 1972 – . ..................................... Tom Kozelko, Toledo 1971 – .............................................. Ken Kowall, Ohio 1970 – . ..............................................Jim Penix, BGSU 1969 – .............................................Steve Mix, Toledo 1968 – . ......................................... Fred Foster, Miami

2013-....................................... Keith Dambrot, Akron 2012-......................Rob Murphy, Eastern Michigan 2011-.........................................Geno Ford, Kent State 2010-........................................Geno Ford, Kent State 2009-................................ Louis Orr, Bowling Green 2008-.................................. Jim Christian, Kent State 2007-..............................................Stan Joplin, Toledo 2006-................................. Jim Christian, Kent State 2005-........................................... Charle Coles, Miami 2004 - ............................... Reggie Witherspoon, UB 2003 - . ...............................................Jay Smith, CMU 2002 - ....................................Stan Heath, Kent State 2001 - .................................................Jay Smith, CMU 2000 - ................................ Gary Waters, Kent State 1999 - ................................. Gary Waters, Kent State 1998 - ..........................................Dan Hipsher, Akron 1997 - ........................................Jim Larranaga, BGSU 1996 - ................................................Ben Braun, EMU 1995 –......................................... Herb Sendek, Miami 1994 – .......................................... Larry Hunter, Ohio 1993 – . ....................................... Joby Wright, Miami 1992 – .................................... Bob Donewald, WMU 1991 – ................................................Ben Braun, EMU 1990 – ............................. Jim McDonald, Kent State 1989 – ...........................................Rick Majerus, BSU 1988 – . ..............................................Ben Braun, EMU 1987 – . ....................................... Charlie Coles, CMU 1986 – . .......................................Jerry Peirson, Miami 1985 – . ..............................................Danny Nee, Ohio 1984 – ..................................... Darrell Hedric, Miami 1983 – . ..............................................Danny Nee, Ohio 1982 – ..............................................Steve Yoder, BSU 1981 – ...............................................Steve Yoder, BSU 1980 – .........................................Bob Nichols, Toledo 1979 – . ........................................Bob Nichols, Toledo 1978 – . ......................................John Weinert, BGSU 1977 –........................................ John McDougal, NIU 1976 –......................................... Eldon Miller, WMU 1975 –............................................. Dick Parfitt, CMU 1974 – . ........................................Bob Nichols, Toledo 1973 – ...................................... Darrell Hedric, Miami 1972 – . ..............................................Jim Snyder, Ohio 1971 – ...................................... Darrell Hedric, Miami 1970 –.................................................Jim Snyder, Ohio

MAC Freshman Of The Year

2013-...................... Darius Paul, Western Michigan 2012-..........................................Julius Brown, Toledo 2011-.........................................Javon McCrea, Buffalo 2010-...................................................DJ Cooper, Ohio 2009-......................................Jarrod Jones, Ball State 2008-.......................................Darion Anderson, NIU 2007-..............................................David Kool, WMU 2006-.......................................... Maurice Acker, BSU 2005-.......................................... Leon Williams, Ohio 2004 - .............................................Justin Ingram, UT 2003 - . .................................Sammy Villegas, Toledo 2002 - .............................................. Ben Reed, WMU 2001 - ................................... Terry Reynolds, Toledo 2000 - .......................................... Theron Smith, BSU 1999 - .........................................Mike Manciel, CMU 1998 - ....................................Travis Young, Marshall 1997 - ............................................ Jimmal Ball, Akron 1996 - .......................................Athony Stacey, BGSU 1995 –.............................................. Bonzi Wells, BSU 1994 – .................................. Antonio Daniels, BGSU 1993 – . ............................................. Gary Trent, Ohio 1992 – ...................... Shane Kline-Ruminski, BGSU 1991 – ...............................................Rush Floyd, Ohio 1990 – .................................. Craig Michaelis, Miami 1989 – ............................Harold Walton, Kent State 1988 – . ......................................Lorenzo Neely, EMU 1987 – . ...............................Trimill Haywood, Miami 1986 – . ..........................................Paul Graham, Ohio 1985 – . ...........................................Kenny Battle, NIU 1984 – ...................................... Booker James, WMU 1983 – . .........................................Ron Harper, Miami 1982 – .....................................Ken Epperson, Toledo 1981 – ............................................Tim Reiser, Toledo 1980 – ........................................Ray McCallum, BSU 1979 – . ........................................Allen Rayhorn, NIU

MAC Defensive Player Of The Year

2013-........................................ Zeke Marshall, Akron 2012- ....................................... Zeke Marshall, Akron 2011-............................... Michael Porrini, Kent State 2010-.......................................Jimmy Conyers, Akron 2009-.......................................... Nate Linhart, Akron 2008-..................... Haminn Quaintance, Kent State 2007-.......................................... Kashif Payne, Toledo 2006-.................... James Hughes, Northern Illinois 2005-............................................ Chet Mason, Miami 2004 - .............................. John Edwards, Kent State 2003 - . ..................Chris Kaman, Central Michigan 2002 - ............................Demetric Shaw, Kent State 2001 - .............................Demetric Shaw, Kent State 2000 - ..........................................Rob Mestas, Miami 1999 - ........................................Robert Kizer, Toledo 1998 - .....................................Bonzi Wells, Ball State 1997 - .......................DeMar Moore, Bowling Green

MAC Sixth Man Of The Year

2013-................... David Brown, Western Michigan 2012-.......................................... Quincy Diggs, Akron 2011-...............................Carlton Guyton, Kent State 2010-..........................Anthony Simpson, Kent State 2009-.....................................Brett McKnight, Akron 2008-............................Brian Moten, Bowling Green 2007-............................... Cedrick Middleton, Akron 2006-......................... Kevin Warzynski, Kent State 2005-............................................ Mark Bortz, Buffalo 2004 - .................Reggie Berry, Western Michigan 2003 - . ......Whitney Robinson, Central Michigan

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Year-By-Year Standings 1946-47

conference Games ALL GAMES

Butler Cincinnati Ohio Western Reserve Wayne State

W

L

W

L

6 6 5 2 1

2 2 3 6 7

15 . 17 13 . 7 3

7 9 10 11 15

1947-48

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Cincinnati Butler Ohio Miami WMU Western Reserve

W

L

W

L

7 4 4 3 1 2

2 2 4 5 2 6

17 14 10 13 12 14

7 7 10 15 10 10

1948-49

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Cincinnati Butler WMU Western Reserve Miami Ohio

W

L

W

L

9 8 4 4 3 2

1 2 6 6 7 8

23 18 12 9 8 6

5 5 10 15 13 16

1949-50

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Cincinnati WMU Butler Miami Ohio Western Reserve

10 6 6 3 3 2

0 4 4 7 7 8

20 12 12 5 6 7

6 10 11 15 14 17

1950-51

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Cincinnati WMU Miami Ohio Western Reserve

W

L

W

L

7 4 4 4 1

1 4 4 4 7

18 13 10 13 3

4 9 13 11 18

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Miami WMU Toledo Ohio Cincinnati Kent State Western Reserve

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Miami Marshall WMU Ohio Bowling Green Kent State Toledo Western Reserve

11 10 9 9 5 5 4 3

3 4 5 5 9 9 10 11

14 18 12 16 6 8 5 8

9 4 10 5 16 14 17 14

1955-56

W

L

W

L

Marshall Miami WMU Toledo Kent State Ohio Bowling Green

10 8 7 6 5 5 1

2 4 5 6 7 7 11

18 12 . 13 9 10 13 4

5 8 9 13 11 11 19

1956-57

W

L

W

L

9 9 8 6 5 3 0

3 3 4 6 5 7 12

19 16 20 12 11 14 1

6 8 11 12 16 10 23

1952-53

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Miami Toledo Cincinnati WMU Ohio Kent State Western Reserve

10 9 9 6 4 3 1

2 3 3 6 8 9 11

17 16 11 12 9 7 5

6 7 13 9 13 15 17

W

L

W

L

Miami Marshall Ohio Bowling Green WMU Toledo Kent State

11 8 7 7 4 3 2

1 4 5 5 8 9 10

18 15 15 14 9 5 5

5 9 8 9 13 19 18

1957-58

W

L

W

L

Miami Marshall Ohio Bowling Green Toledo Kent State WMU

12 9 7 6 4 3 1

0 3 5 6 8 9 11

18 17 16 15 9 9 5

9 7 8 8 14 14 19

1958-59

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

9 9 6 6 6 5 1

3 3 6 6 6 7 11

18 14 . 14 . 11 12 11 2

8 11 10 13 12 13 20

W

L

W

Toledo Bowling Green Miami Marshall WMU Ohio Kent State Western Reserve

10 10 7 6 4 5 3 2

2 3 5 7 5 7 9 9

13 10 17 7 12 10 12 9 10 11 12 106 8 13 7 17

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L

W

L

W

L

Bowling Green Ohio Toledo WMU Marshall Miami Kent State

11 8 7 6 6 3 1

1 4 5 6 6 9 11

21 13 14 13 10 7 2

4 10 10 11 13 17 19

1962-63

Bowling Green Toledo Ohio Miami WMU Marshall Kent State

W

L

W

L

9 8 8 8 7 1 1

3 4 4 4 5 11 11

19 13 13 12 12 7 3

8 11 11 12 12 16 18

1963-64

W

L

W

L

Ohio Miami Bowling Green WMU Kent State Toledo Marshall

10 9 7 6 5 4 1

2 3 5 6 7 8 11

21 17 14 10 11 13 6

6 7 9 14 13 11 17

1964-65

W

L

W

L

Ohio* Miami Bowling Green Toledo Kent State WMU Marshall

11 11 6 6 4 3 1

1 1 6 6 8 9 11

19 20 9 13 9 8 4

7 5 15 11 11 16 20

*Won playoff game 76-71 at Dayton

1965-66

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Miami Toledo Ohio Bowling Green Marshall WMU Kent State

11 8 6 6 4 4 3

1 4 6 6 8 8 9

18 13 13 9 12 8 8

7 11 10 15 12 14 16

*Won playoff game 76-63 at Dayton

1966-67

1959-60

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Ohio Toledo Miami Bowling Green WMU Marshall Kent State

10 9 6 6 5 4 2

2 3 6 6 7 8 10

16 18 8 10 13 10 7

8 6 16 14 11 13 16

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

1960-61

1953-54

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Bowling Green* Miami Ohio Kent Marshall Toledo WMU

1961-62

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

1951-52

1954-55

W

L

W

L

Ohio Toledo Miami Marshall Bowling Green WMU Kent State

10 8 7 5 4 4 4

2 4 5 7 8 8 8

17 15 12 11 10 10 9

7 8 12 12 14 14 14

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Toledo Marshall Miami Bowling Green WMU Ohio Kent State

11 10 7 5 4 4 1

1 2 5 7 8 8 11

23 20 14 11 10 8 5

2 8 10 13 14 15 18

1967-68

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Bowling Green Marshall Toledo WMU Miami Kent State Ohio

10 9 8 5 4 3 3

2 3 4 7 8 9 9

18 17 16 11 11 9 7

7 8 8 13 12 15 16

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Year-By-Year Standings 1975-76

1968-69

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Miami Ohio Kent State WMU Toledo Bowling Green Marshall

10 9 6 6 5 3 3

2 3 6 6 7 9 9

15 17 14 11 13 9 9

12 9 10 13 11 15 15

1969-70

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Ohio Miami Bowling Green Toledo* Kent State WMU

W

L

W

L

9 7 7 3 2 2

1 3 3 7 8 8

20 16 15 13 7 6

5 8 9 11 17 17

*Includes forfeit losses to Miami and WMU

1970-71

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Miami Ohio WMU Toledo Kent State Bowling Green

W

L

W

L

9 6 5 4 4 2

1 4 5 6 6 8

20 17 14 13 . 13 7

5 7 10 11 11 18

1971-72

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Ohio* Toledo Kent State WMU Miami Bowling Green

W

L

W

L

7 7 6 5 4 1

3 3 4 5 6 9

14 18 7 10 12 4

10 7 17 14 12 20

*Won playoff game 69-67 at BG

W

L

W

L

9 7 7 6 5 4 2

2 5 5 5 7 6 10

18 15 13 16 10 13 8

8 11 13 10 16 13 18

1973-74

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Ohio Toledo Bowling Green CMU Miami WMU Kent State

W

L

W

L

WMU Miami Toledo CMU Bowling Green Kent State Ohio Ball State Northern Illinois EMU

15 14 13 8 8 7 7 5 2 1

1 2 3 8 8 9 9 11 14 15

25 18 18 12 12 12 11 11 5 7

3 8 7 14 15 14 15 14 21 20

W

L

W

L

9 8 7 6 6 5 1

3 4 5 6 6 7 11

16 19 . 15 14 13 13 9

11 9 11 12 13 13 17

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Miami CMU* Toledo Northern Illinois WMU Ball State Bowling Green Ohio EMU Kent State

13 13 12 10 8 7 5 4 4 4

3 3 4 6 8 9 11 12 12 12

20 18 21 13 14 11 9 9 9 8

6 10 6 14 13 14 18 17 18 19

*Won playoff game

1974-75

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

CMU Bowling Green Toledo Miami WMU EMU Ohio Kent State

10 9 9 8 8 4 4 3

4 5 5 5 6 9 10 11

22 18 17 19 16 12 12 6

6 10 9 7 10 14 14 20

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Ball State* Northern Illinois Toledo WMU Bowling Green EMU Ohio Miami CMU Kent State

10 10 10 10 10 8 6 6 5 5

6 6 6 6 6 8 10 10 11 11

20 17 . 21 15 15 13 7 11 12 7

10 12 10 13 12 14 20 15 14 19

1981-82

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Ball State Bowling Green Northern Illinois* EMU WMU Ohio Miami Toledo Kent State CMU

12 10 9 8 8 8 8 7 6 4

4 6 7 8 8 8 8 9 10 12

17 18 16 15 15 13 11 15 10 10

11 11 14 12 14 14 16 11 16 16

*MAC Tournament Winner

1977-78

CONFERENCE GAMES

GAMES

W

L

W

L

Miami Toledo CMU Bowling Green Northern Illinois EMU Ohio Ball State WMU Kent State

12 11 11 10 9 7 6 6 4 4

4 5 5 6 7 9 10 10 12 12

19 21 16 12 11 11 13 10 7 . 6

9 6 10 15 16 16 14 15 20 21

W

L

W

L

Toledo* CMU Ohio Ball State Northern Illinois Kent State Bowling Green Miami EMU WMU

13 13 10 9 8 7 6 6 5 3

3 3 6 7 8 9 10 10 11 13

22 19 16 16 14 13 14 9 9 7

7 9 11 11 13 14 16 18 18 23

*Won playoff game

1979-80

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

1980-81

*MAC Tournament Winner

1976-77

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Miami Toledo Bowling Green Ohio Kent State CMU WMU

1978-79

1972-73

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Toledo* Bowling Green Northern Illinois Ball State Kent State Miami EMU WMU CMU Ohio

W

14 11 9 7 7 7 7 7 6 5

*MAC Tournament Winner

L

2 5 7 9 9 9 9 9 10 11

W

. 23 20 16 14 10 9 13 12 12 8

L

6 10 13 15 17 18 14 14 13 18

1982-83

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

Bowling Green Ohio* Toledo Ball State Miami Kent State EMU Northern Illinois CMU WMU

15 12 10 10 10 9 8 8 5 3

3 6 8 8 8 9 10 10 13 15

W

L

21 9 23 9 17 12 17 12 13 15 15 13 12 16 11 16 10 176 5 23

*MAC Tournament Winner

1983-84

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Miami* Ohio Bowling Green Toledo Northern Illinois EMU Kent State CMU Ball State WMU

16 14 11 11 9 8 8 6 5 2

2 4 7 7 9 10 10 12 13 16

24 20 18 18 12 12 15 11 8 4

6 8 10 11 15 17 14 16 19 22

*MAC Tournament Winner

1984-85

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Ohio* Miami Toledo Kent State EMU Ball State WMU Northern Illinois Bowling Green

14 13 11 11 9 8 7 7 6

4 5 7 7 9 10 11 11 12

22 20 16 17 15 13 12 11 9

8 11 12 13 13 16 16 16 18

*MAC Tournament Winner

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Year-By-Year Standings 1985-86

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Miami Ohio Ball State* Northern Illinois Toledo WMU CMU Kent State EMU Bowling Green

16 14 11 10 8 7 7 7 5 5

2 4 7 8 10 11 11 11 13 13

24 22 21 15 12 12 11 11 9 7

7 8 10 12 17 16 17 16 18 20

*MAC Tournament Winner

1990-91

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

EMU* Ball State Miami Ohio Bowling Green CMU Toledo Kent State WMU

13 10 10 9 9 8 7 4 2

3 6 6 7 7 8 9 12 14

26 21 16 16 17 14 17 10 5

7 10 12 12 13 14 16 18 22

*MAC Tournament Winner

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

CMU* Kent State Bowling Green EMU Miami Ohio WMU Toledo Ball State

14 11 10 8 7 7 7 4 4

2 5 6 8 9 9 9 12 12

22 19 15 14 14 14 12 11 9

8 10 14 15 14 14 16 17 18

*MAC Tournament Winner

W

L

W

L

Miami* Ball State WMU Ohio Bowling Green Kent State CMU EMU Toledo

13 11 11 10 8 6 6 4 3

3 5 5 6 8 10 10 12 13

23 24 21 18 14 9 12 9 7

8 9 9 10 15 19 16 22 20

*MAC Tournament Winner

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

EMU* CMU Ohio Ball State WMU Bowling Green Kent State Miami Toledo

14 10 9 8 7 7 6 6 5

2 6 7 8 9 9 10 10 11

22 19 16 . 14 12 12 10 9 15

8 13 14 14 17 16 18 18 12

Ball State* Miami WMU Ohio Toledo EMU Bowling Green Kent State CMU Akron

14 14 12 11 9 8 8 7 4 3

4 4 6 7 9 10 10 11 14 15

26 22 17 14 12 13 11 10 8 8

8 9 12 13 16 17 16 17 18 18

*MAC Tournament Winner

*MAC Tournament Winner

1988-89

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Ball State* Kent State+ Toledo+ EMU+ CMU+ Bowling Green+ WMU Ohio+ Miami

14 12 11 8 7 7 6 6 1

2 4 5 8 9 9 10 10 15

29 21 18 17 13 13 12 13 5

3 10 13 12 15 15 16 16 23

*MAC Tournament Winner, +forfeited game (s) due to Miami use of ineligible player

1989-90

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Ball State* Kent State Bowling Green Miami EMU Toledo CMU Ohio WMU

13 12 9 9 8 7 6 5 3

3 4 7 7 8 9 10 11 13

26 21 18 14 19 12 13 12 9

7 8 11 15 13 16 17 16 18

*MAC Tournament Winner

1993-94

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Ohio* Bowling Green Miami Ball State EMU Toledo Kent State WMU CMU Akron

14 12 12 11 10 10 8 7 4 2

4 6 6 7 8 8 10 11 14 16

25 18 19 16 15 15 13 14 5 8

8 10 11 12 12 12 14 14 21 18

*MAC Tournament Winner

1994-95

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

Miami Ohio EMU Ball State Bowling Green Toledo WMU Kent State Akron CMU

W

L

W

L

EMU* WMU Miami Ball State Ohio Toledo Bowling Green Kent State CMU Akron

14 13 12 11 11 9 9 8 3 0

4 5 6 7 7 9 9 10 15 18

25 15 21 16 16 18 14 14 6 3

6 12 8 12 14 14 13 13 20 23

1996-97

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

W

L

W

L

Miami* Bowling Green Ohio EMU Ball State WMU Kent State Toledo Akron CMU

13 13 12 11 9 9 7 6 6 4

5 5 6 7 9 9 11 12 12 14

21 22 17 22 16 14 9 13 8 7

8 9 10 10 13 14 18 14 18 19

*MAC Tournament Winner

1992-93

1987-88

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

*MAC Tournament Winner

1991-92

1986-87

1995-96

W

16 13 12 11 10 10 9 5 4 0

L

2 5 6 7 8 8 9 13 14 18

W

23 24 20 19 16 16 14 8 8 3

L

7 10 10 11 11 11 13 19 18 23

1997-98

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

EAST

W

L

W

L

Akron Miami Kent State Marshall Bowling Green Ohio

13 9 9 7 7 3

5 9 9 11 11 15

17 17 13 11 10 5

10 12 17 16 16 21

WEST

W

L

W

L

WMU Ball State EMU* Toledo Northern Illinois CMU

14 14 13 10 6 3

4 4 5 8 12 15

21 21 20 15 10 5

8 8 10 12 16 21

*MAC Tournament Winner

1998-99

CONFERENCE GAMES ALL GAMES

EAST

W

L

W

L

Miami Kent State* Akron Ohio Bowling Green Marshall Buffalo

15 13 12 12 12 11 1

3 5 6 6 6 7 17

24 23 18 18 18 16 5

8 7 9 10 10 11 24

WEST

W

L

W

L

Toledo Ball State CMU WMU EMU Northern Illinois

11 10 7 6 5 2

7 8 11 12 13 16

19 16 10 11 5 6

9 11 16 15 20 20

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Year-By-Year Standings 1999-2000

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W

L

W

L

Bowling Green Kent State Akron Marshall Ohio Miami Buffalo

14 13 11 11 11 8 3

4 5 7 7 7 10 15

22 23 17 21 20 15 5

8 8 11 9 13 15 23

WEST

W

L

W

L

Ball State* Toledo EMU Northern Illinois WMU CMU

11 11 9 7 6 2

7 7 9 11 12 16

22 18 15 13 10 6

9 13 13 15 18 23

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2003-2004

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W

L

W

L

Kent State Miami Buffalo Marshall Akron Ohio

13 12 11 8 7 7

5 6 7 10 11 11

22 18 17 12 13 10

8 11 11 17 15 20

West

W

L

W

L

Western Michigan* Toledo Ball State Bowling Green Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Central Michigan

15 12 10 8 7 5 2

3 6 8 10 11 13 16

26 20 14 14 13 10 6

4 11 14 17 15 20 24

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2000-2001

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W

L

W

L

Kent State* Marshall Ohio Bowling Green Miami Akron Buffalo

13 12 12 10 10 9 2

5 6 6 8 8 9 16

24 18 19 15 17 12 4

10 9 11 14 16 16 24

WEST

W

L

W

L

CMU Toledo Ball State WMU Northern Illinois EMU

14 12 11 7 4 1

4 6 7 11 14 17

20 22 18 7 5 3

8 11 12 21 23 25

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W

L

W

L

Kent State* Bowling Green Ohio Miami Marshall Buffalo Akron

17 12 11 9 8 7 5

1 6 7 9 10 11 13

30 24 17 13 15 12 10

6 9 11 18 15 18 21

WEST

W

L

W

L

Ball State Toledo WMU Northern Illinois Central Michigan EMU

12 11 10 8 5 2

6 7 8 10 13 16

23 16 17 12 9 6

12 14 13 16 19 24

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EAST

W

L

W

L

Miami Buffalo Ohio* Akron Kent State Marshall

12 11 11 11 11 3

6 7 7 7 7 15

19 23 21 19 20 6

11 10 11 10 13 22

West

W

L

W

L

Western Michigan Toledo Bowling Green Ball State Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan Central Michigan

11 11 10 10 7 5 4

7 7 8 8 11 13 14

20 16 18 15 11 12 10

13 13 11 13 17 18 18

EAST

W

L

W

L

Kent State Miami Akron Marshall Ohio Buffalo

12 11 9 9 8 2

6 7 9 9 10 16

22 13 14 14 14 5

9 15 14 15 16 23

West

W

L

W

L

Central Michigan* Northern Illinois Western Michigan Eastern Michigan Bowling Green Ball State Toledo

14 11 10 8 8 8 7

4 7 8 10 10 10 11

25 17 20 14 13 13 14

7 14 11 14 16 17 15

W

L

W

L

*Kent State Akron Ohio Miami Bowling Green Buffalo

13 11 9 9 7 3

3 6 7 7 9 13

28 24 20 17 13 10

7 11 13 16 17 20

West

W

L

W

L

Western Michigan Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Toledo Ball State Northern Illinois

12 8 8 7 5 3

4 8 8 8 11 12

20 14 14 11 6 6

12 17 17 19 24 22

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EAST

W

L

W

L

Bowling Green Buffalo *Akron Miami Kent State Ohio

11 11 10 10 10 7

5 5 6 6 6 9

19 21 23 17 19 15

14 12 13 13 15 17

West

W

L

W

L

7 7 7 6 5 5

9 9 9 10 11 11

14 12 10 8 10 7

17 19 21 24 20 25

Ball State Central Michigan Western Michigan Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Toledo

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2009-10

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2005-2006

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EAST

W

L

W

L

Kent State* Akron Miami Ohio Buffalo Bowling Green

15 14 14 10 8 5

3 4 4 8 10 13

25 23 18 19 19 9

9 10 11 11 13 21

West

W

L

W

L

Northern Illinois Toledo Western Michigan Ball State Eastern Michigan Central Michigan

12 10 10 6 3 1

6 8 8 12 15 17

17 20 14 10 7 4

11 11 17 18 21 24

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EAST

W

L

W

L

Kent State Akron Buffalo Miami *Ohio Bowling Green

13 12 9 9 7 6

3 4 7 7 9 10

24 24 18 14 22 14

10 11 12 18 15 16

West

W

L

W

L

9 8 8 8 6 1

7 8 8 8 10 15

15 18 17 15 10 4

15 15 15 15 20 28

Central Michigan Western Michigan Eastern Michigan Ball State Northern Illinois Toledo

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2010-11

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EAST

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2006-2007

2002-2003

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2008-09

2004-2005

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2001-2002

2007-08

EAST

W

L

W

L

Akron Kent State *Miami Ohio Buffalo Bowling Green

13 12 10 9 4 3

3 4 6 7 12 13

26 21 18 19 12 13

7 11 15 13 19 18

West

W

L

W

L

Toledo Western Michigan Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Ball State Northern Illinois

14 9 7 6 5 4

2 7 9 10 11 12

19 16 13 13 9 7

13 16 18 19 22 23

EAST

W

L

W

L

Kent State Miami *Akron Ohio Buffalo Bowling Green

12 11 9 9 8 8

4 5 7 7 8 8

25 16 23 19 20 14

12 17 13 16 14 19

West

W

L

W

L

Western Michigan Ball State Central Michigan Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan Toledo

11 10 7 5 5 4

5 6 9 11 11 28

21 19 10 9 9 1

13 13 21 21 22 15

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*MAC Tournament Winner

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2011-12

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EAST

W

L

W

L

Akron Buffalo Ohio* Kent State Bowling Green Miami

13 12 11 10 9 5

3 4 5 6 7 11

22 20 29 21 16 9

12 11 8 12 16 21

WEST

W

L

W

L

9 7 6 6 5 3

7 9 10 10 11 13

14 19 15 14 11 5

18 17 15 20 21 26

Eastern Michigan Toledo Ball State Western Michigan Central Michigan Northern Illinois

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2012-13

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EAST

W

L

W

L

Akron* Ohio Kent State Buffalo Bowling Green Miami

14 14 9 7 7 3

2 2 7 9 9 13

26 24 21 14 13 9

7 10 14 20 19 22

WEST

W

L

W

L

Western Michigan Toledo Ball State Eastern Michigan Central Michigan Northern Illinois

10 10 8 7 4 3

6 6 8 9 12 13

22 15 15 16 11 5

13 13 15 18 20 25

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All-MAC Selections 1947

Ralph “Buckshot” O’Brien, Butler Al Rubenstein, Cincinnati Bill Westerfield, Cincinnati Dick Schrider, Ohio Hank Lefkowitz, Western Reserve

1948

Ralph “Buckshot” O’Brien, Butler Al Rubenstein, Cincinnati Rob Brown, Miami Paul Schnackenberg, Miami Bob Bisson, Western Reserve

1949

Jim Doyle, Butler Ralph “Buckshot” O’Brien, Butler Charley Mass, Butler Al Rubenstein, Cincinnati Don Boven, Western Michigan

1950

Jim Doyle, Butler Ralph “Buckshot” O’Brien, Butler Dick Dallmer, Cincinnati Jim Holstein, Cincinnati Bob Adams, Western Michigan

1951

Jim Holstein, Cincinnati Joe Luchi, Cincinnati Dick Walls, Miami Glen Hursey, Ohio Bob Adams, Western Michigan

1956

Second Team Harvey Hunt, Kent State Bob Burgess, Marshall Vern Lawson, Miami Larry Kruger, Ohio Larry Jones, Toledo Jerry Galicki, Toledo

1967

Second Team Gene Ray, Bowling Green Dan Potopsky, Kent State Paul Underwood, Marshall Bill Kennon, Miami Scotty Griesheimer, Ohio Fred Corbus, Western Michigan Robert Diment, Western Michigan

1962

Second Team Walt Piatkowski, Bowling Green Doug Grayson, Kent State Bob Allen, Marshall Jerry McKee, Ohio Bill Backensto, Toledo Will Babione, Toledo Reggie Lacefield, Western Michigan

First Team Cebert Price, Marshall Charlie Slack, Marshall Don Barnette, Miami Jim Ray, Toledo Jack Smith, Western Michigan

First Team Howard Komives, Bowling Green Nate Thurmond, Bowling Green LeVern Benson, Miami Larry Jones, Toledo Manny Newsome, Western Michigan Second Team Harvey Hunt, Kent State Bob Burgess, Marshall Jerry Jackson, Ohio Bill Whaley, Ohio Ray Wolford, Toledo

1957

First Team Dad Potopsky, Kent State Cebert Price, Marshall Don Barnette, Miami Wayne Embry, Miami John Powell, Miami

1963

First Team Howard Komives, Bowling Green Nate Thurmond, Bowling Green Dennis Klug, Kent State Ray Wolford, Toledo Manny Newsome, Western Michigan

Second Team Gene Ray, Bowling Green Jim Gorsline, Kent State Bill Kennon, Miami Dick Garrison, Ohio Jack Smith, Western Michigan

Second Team Phil Carter, Marshall Jeff Gehring, Miami Don Hilt, Ohio Jerry Jackson, Ohio Jim Cox, Toledo Ajac Triplett, Western Michigan

1958

1952

First Team Jim Darrow, Bowling Green Leo Byrd, Marshall Hall Greer, Marshall Wayne Embry, Miami Ed Blair, Western Michigan

1953

Second Team Chuck McCampbell, Bowling Green John Powell, Miami Jim Thomas, Miami Bob Peters, Ohio Dave Scott, Ohio

Jim Holstein, Cincinnati Don Knodel, Miami Glen Hursey, Ohio Phil Martin, Toledo Bob Adams, Western Michigan First Team Percy Grenfell, Kent State Dick Walls, Miami Don Knodel, Miami Phil Martin, Toledo Dick Howard, Western Reserve Second Team Jack Twyman, Cincinnati Ed Gunderson, Miami Jim Betts, Ohio Ron Jackson, Western Michigan

1954

First Team Al Bianchi, Bowling Green Jim Gerber, Bowling Green Walt Wolowac, Marshall Phil Martin, Toledo Dick Howard, Western Reserve Second Team Dick Klitch, Miami Jim Betts, Ohio Lou Sawchik, Ohio John Pazdzior, Toledo Ron Jackson, Western Michigan

1955

First Team Dad Potopski, Kent State Cebert Price, Marshall Charles Slack, Marshall Tom Bryant, Miami Dick Howard, Western Reserve Second Team Paul Underwood, Marshall Dick Garrison, Ohio Jim Ray, Toledo Harold Stacy, Western Michigan Bill Rogers, Western Michigan

1959

First Team Jim Darrow, Bowling Green Charles McCampbell , Bowling Green Oliver Wallace, Kent State Leo Byrd, Marshall Ed Wingard, Miami Ed Blair, Western Michigan Second Team John Milhoan, Marshall William Brown, Miami Bunk Adams, Ohio Robert Anderson, Ohio George Patterson, Toledo Sam Key, Western Michigan

1960

First Team Jim Darrow, Bowling Green Oliver Wallace, Kent State John Milhoan, Marshall Bunk Adams, Ohio Howard Joliff, Ohio Second Team Bob Burgess, Marshall Dave Zeller, Miami John Papcun, Toledo George Patterson, Toledo Ron Robinson, Western Michigan

1961

First Team Nate Thurmond, Bowling Green Pete Baltic, Kent State Dave Zeller, Miami Bunk Adams, Ohio Bob Bolton, Western Michigan

1964

First Team Howard Komives, Bowling Green Jeff Gehring, Miami Don Hilt, Ohio Jerry Jackson, Ohio Manny Newsome, Western Michigan Second Team Tom Baker, Bowling Green Dan Norris, Kent State Charlie Coles, Miami Charley Dinkins, Miami Paukl Story, Ohio Jim Cox, Toledo Ray Wolford, Toledo Ajac Triplett, Western Michigan

1965

First Team Bob Dwors, Bowling Green Tom Langfitt, Marshall Jeff Gehring, Miami Don Hilt, Ohio Dave Anderson, Western Michigan Second Team Wilson Graham, Kent State Charlie Coles, Miami Charlie Dinkins, Miami Mike Haley, Ohio Bill Backensto, Toledo

1966

First Team Don Piatkowski, Bowling Green Jery Peirson, Miami Ken Fowlkes, Ohio Bob Aston, Toledo Jim Cox, Toledo

First Team Bob Redd, Marshall George Stone, Marshall Fred Foster, Miami Jerry Fisher, Miami Steve Mix, Toledo

1968

First Team Don Piatkowski, Bowling Green Bob Redd, Marshall Fred Foster, Miami Jerry Fisher, Miami Steve Mix, Toledo Gene Ford, Western Michigan Second Team Al Hairtson, Bowling Green Doug Grayson, Kent State Dan D’Antoni, Marshall George Stone, Marshall Gerald McKee, Ohio Reggie Lacefield, Western Michigan

1969

First Team Dan D’Antoni, Marshall Frank Lukacs, Miami Gerald McKee , Ohio Steve Mix, Toledo Gene Ford, Western Michigan Second Team Dan McLemore, Bowling Green Doug Grayson, Kent State Tom Lagodich, Kent State Ray Loucks, Miami Walt Williams, Miami

1970

First Team Don McLemore, Bowling Green Jim Penix, Bowling Green Jon Canine, Ohio Craig Love, Ohio Greg McDivitt, Ohio Second Team Bruce Burden, Kent State Terry Martin, Miami Mike Wren, Miami Doug Hess, Toledo Mike Muren, Toledo

1971

First Team Rueben Vance, Kent State Craig Love, Ohio Ken Kowell, Ohio Tom Kozelko, Toledo Earl Jenkins, Western Michigan Chuck Washington, Western Michigan Second Team Jim Connally, Bowling Green Rich Walker, Bowling Green Roger Evans, Kent State Darrell Dunlap, Miami Mike Wren, Miami

Second Team Fred Albrecht, Kent State Doug Sims, Kent State Bob Redd, Marshall Jim Patterson, Miami Reggie Lacefield, Western Michigan

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First Team Rueben Vance, Kent State Darrell Dunlap, Miami Tom Corde, Ohio Tom Kozelko, Toledo Earnest Pettis, Western Michigan Second Team Roger Evans, Kent State Dwight Kenner, Kent State Phil Lumpkin, Miami Tim Harmon, Toledo Mike Steele, Western Michigan Chuck Washington, Western Michigan

1973

First Team Cornelius Cash, Bowling Green Ben Kelso, Central Michigan Phil Lumpkin, Miami Rich Hampton, Miami George Green, Ohio Tom Kozelko, Toledo Second Team Brian Scanlan, Bowling Green Dan Roundfield, Central Michigan Rich Gates, Kent State Dwight Kenner, Kent State Dave Ball, Ohio Mike Parker, Toledo

1974

First Team Cornelius Cash, Bowling Green Dan Roundfield, Central Michigan Bill Brown, Ohio Phil Lumpkin, Miami Walter Luckett, Ohio Mike Parker, Toledo Second Team James McElroy, Central Michigan Rich Hampton, Miami George Green, Ohio Jim Brown, Toledo Mike Steele, Western Michigan

1975

First Team Cornelius Cash, Bowling Green James McElroy, Central Michigan Dan Roundfield, Central Michigan Walter Luckett, Ohio Larry Cole, Toledo Second Team Jeff Montgomery, Bowling Green Bob Riddle, Eastern Michigan Steve Fields, Miami Paul Griffin, Western Michigan Jeff Tyson, Western Michigan Honorable Mention Skip Howard, Bowling Green Steve Cooper, Bowling Green Jim Helmink, Central Michigan Dan Hoff, Eastern Michigan Rick Gates, Kent State Brad Robinson, Kent State Rod Dieringer, Miami Dave Elmer, Miami Randy Ayers, Miami Chuck Goodyear, Miami George Green, Ohio Jim Kindel, Toledo Mike Larson, Toledo Jim Brown, Toledo Tom Cutter, Western Michigan Jimmie Harvey, Western Michigan Jim Kurzen, Western Michigan

1976

First Team Chuck Goodyear, Miami Matt Hicks, Northern Illinois Larry Cole, Toledo Jeff Tyson, Western Michigan Tom Cutter, Western Michigan Paul Griffin, Western Michigan Second Team Tommy Harris, Bowling Green Jim Collins, Kent State Archie Aldridge, Miami John Shoemaker, Miami Scott Love, Ohio Mike Larsen, Toledo Dave Speicher, Toledo Honorable Mention Randy Borden, Ball State Ron Hammye, Bowling Green Leonard Drake, Central Michigan Denny Parks, Central Michigan Bob Riddle, Eastern Michigan Corteze Brown, Kent State Randy Ayers, Miami Jimmy Harvey, Western Michigan

1977

First Team Tommy Harris, Bowling Green Ben Poquette, Central Michigan Burell McGhee, Kent State Archie Aldridge, Miami Paul Dawkins, Northern Illinois Matt Hicks, Northern Illinois Second Team Leonard Drake, Central Michigan Chuck Goodyear, Miami Steve Skaggs, Ohio Ted Williams, Toledo Tom Cutter, Western Michigan Honorable Mention Bill Weaver, Eastern Michigan Jim Collins, Kent State Randy Ayers, Miami John Shoemaker, Miami Paul Dawkins, Northern Illinois Tim Joyce, Ohio Bucky Walden, Ohio Dave Speicher, Toledo Dick Miller, Toledo Stan Joplin, Toledo

1978

First Team Jeff Troph, Central Michigan Burell McGhee, Kent State Archie Aldridge, Miami Paul Dawkins, Northern Illinois Tim Joyce, Ohio Second Team Dave Grauzer, Central Michigan Randy Ayers, Miami John Shoemaker, Miami Steve Skaggs, Ohio Ted Williams, Toledo Honorable Mention Randy Boarden, Ball State Robert Sims, Ball State Ron Hammye, Bowling Green Duane Gray, Bowling Green Val Bracey, Central Michigan Ken Harmon, Eastern Michigan Gary Green, Eastern Michigan Joe McKeown, Kent State John Harris, Northern Illinois Jim Swaney, Toledo

1979

First Team Dave Grauzer, Central Michigan Burrell McGhee, Kent State Paul Dawkins, Northern Illinois Tim Joyce, Ohio Jim Swaney, Toledo

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Second Team Randy Boarden, Ball State Duane Gray, Bowling Green Gary Green, Eastern Michigan Trent Grooms, Kent State Dick Miller, Toledo Honorable Mention Mike Drews, Ball State Jim Hahn, Ball State Val Bracey, Central Michigan Jeff Tropf, Central Michigan Rick Goins, Miami Steve Skaggs, Ohio Ken Cunningham, Western Michigan

1980

First Team Trent Grooms, Kent State Allen Rayhorn, Northern Illinois Dick Miller, Toledo Jim Swaney, Toledo Kenny Cunningham, Western Michigan Second Team Al Gooden, Ball State Ray McCallum, Ball State Joe Faine, Bowling Green Kelvin Blakely, Eastern Michigan Kirk Lehman, Ohio Tim Selgo, Toledo Honorable Mention John Williams, Ball State Colin Irish, Bowling Green Marcus Newbern, Bowling Green Rosie Barnes, Bowling Green Leon Guydon, Central Michigan Mike Robinson, Central Michigan Jeff Zatkoff, Eastern Michigan Rob Koch, Kent State Tom Dunn, Miami Jay Bryant, Northern Illinois

1981

First Team Ray McCallum, Ball State Melvin McLaughlin, Central Michigan Jeff Zatkoff, Eastern Michigan Allen Rayhorn, Northern Illinois Harvey Knuckles, Toledo Walker D. Russel, Western Michigan Second Team Al Gooden, Ball State Joe Faine, Bowling Green Mike Robinson, Central Michigan Tim Woodson, Ohio Jay Lehman, Toledo Jasper McElroy, Western Michigan Honorable Mention John Williams, Ball State Colin Irish, Bowling Green Dave Greer, Bowling Green Marcus Newbern, Bowling Green Tim Bracey, Eastern Michigan Al Watkins, Miami Shawn Thrower, Northern Illinois Kirk Lehman, Ohio Todd Dietrich, Western Michigan Melvin Maxwell, Western Michigan

1982

First Team Ray McCallum, Ball State Marcus Newbern, Bowling Green Melvin McLaughlin, Central Michigan Allen Rayhorn, Northern Illinois Walker D. Russel, Western Michigan Second Team C.C. Fullove, Ball State George Sweirgert, Miami Jeff Zatkoff, Eastern Michigan Mitch Adams, Toledo Jasper McElroy, Western Michigan

Honorable Mention John Williams, Ball State David Greer, Bowling Green David Jenkins, Bowling Green Jack Brusewitz, Eastern Michigan David Zeigler, Kent State Craig Tubbs, Miami Leonard Hayes, Northern Illinois Vic Alexander, Ohio John Deveraeux, Ohio Kirk Lehman, Ohio Ken Epperson, Toledo Tim Reiser, Toledo Mike Seberger, Western Michigan

1983

First Team Ray McCallum, Ball State David Greer, Bowling Green David Jenkins, Bowling Green Tim Dillon, Northern Illinois Jon Deveraux, Ohio Second Team Colin Irish, Bowling Green Melvin McLaughlin, Central Michigan David Zeigler, Kent State Craig Tubbs, Miami Ken Epperson, Toledo Honorable Mention Jon Mansbury, Ball State David Scott, Ball State Bill Faine, Bowling Green Phil Blevins, Eastern Michigan Marlow McClain, Eastern Michigan Vince Giles, Eastern Michigan Tim Kroeger, Miami Ron Harper, Miami Carl Armato, Northern Illinois Ron Lindfors, Northern Illinois Vic Alexander, Ohio Eric Helton, Ohio Jeff Thomas, Ohio Mitch Adamek, Toledo Cordell Eley, Western Michigan

1984

First Team David Jenkins, Bowling Green Ron Harper, Miami Tim Dillonm, Northern Illinois Jon Deveraux, Ohio Ken Epperson, Toledo Second Team Colin Irish, Bowling Green Derek Bolden, Central Michigan Fred Cofield, Eastern Michigan Vince Giles, Eastern Michigan Larry Robinson, Kent State Honorable Mention Anthony Grier, Kent State Chuck Stahl, Miami John Willoughby, Miami Vic Alexander, Ohio Robert Tatum, Ohio Tim Reiser, Toledo

1985

First Team Dan Palombizo, Ball State Fred Cofield, Eastern Michigan Anthony Grier, Kent State Ron Harper, Miami Ken Epperson, Toledo Second Team Derek Bolden, Central Michigan Larry Robbins, Kent State Vic Alexander, Ohio Robert Tatum, Ohio Kenny Battle, Northern Illinois Honorable Mention Keith Taylor, Bowling Green Vince Giles, Eastern Michigan Rick Scarberry, Ohio Jay Gast, Toledo

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All-MAC Selections 1986

First Team Dan Palombizo, Ball State Dan Majerle, Central Michigan Ron Harper, Miami Kenny Battle, Northern Illinois Robert Tatum, Ohio Second Team Brian Miller, Bowling Green Ervin Leavy, Central Michigan Percy Cooper, Eastern Michigan Eric Newsome, Miami Donald Petties, Western Michigan Honorable Mention Bill Toole, Kent State Paul Baron, Ohio Paul Graham, Ohio Booker James, Western Michigan

1987

First Team Ervin Leavy, Central Michigan Dan Majerle, Central Michigan Grant Long, Eastern Michigan Bill Toole, Kent State Booker James, Western Michigan Second Team Charles Smith, Ball State Derrick Wesley, Ball State Mike McCall, Eastern Michigan Jay Peters, Kent State Blake Burnham, Toledo Honorable Mention Frank Booker, Bowling Green Tommie Johnson, Central Michigan Reggie Adams, Kent State Trimill Haywood, Miami Paul Graham, Ohio

1988

First Team Derrick Wesley, Ball State Tommie Johnson, Central Michigan Dan Majerle, Central Michigan Grant Long, Eastern Michigan Reggie Adams, Kent State Paul Graham, Ohio Second Team Anthony Robinson, Bowling Green Howard Chambers, Eastern Michigan Eric Glenn, Kent State John Rhodes, Ohio Mark Brown, Western Michigan Honorable Mention Lorenzo Neely, Eastern Michigan Dave Jamerson, Ohio Chad Keller, Toledo Steve Riikonen, Western Michigan All-Freshman Team Joe Moore, Bowling Green, F Lorenzo Neely, Eastern Michigan, G Jim Paul, Miami, C Mitch Sowards, Kent State, G Keith Wade, Toledo, G

1989

First Team Curtis Kidd, Ball State Paris McCurdy, Ball State Reggie Adams, Kent State Paul Graham, Ohio Andy Fisher, Toledo Second Team Billy Butts, Ball State Eric Glenn, Kent State Karlton Clayborne, Miami Dave Jamerson, Ohio Tony Baumgardt, Western Michigan Honorable Mention Scott Nichols, Ball State Carter Bridges, Central Michigan Howard Chambers, Eastern Michigan

Lorenzo Neely, Eastern Michigan Lamont Hanna, Miami Tim Stewart, Miami Fred King, Toledo Eli Parker, Western Michigan

Honorable Mention Bill Gillis, Ball State Chandler Thompson, Ball State Tom Hall, Bowling Green Sean Waters, Central Michigan Jamie Mercurio, Miami

All-Freshman Team John Beauford, Ohio, C Kory Hallas, Eastern Michigan, F Jamie Mercurio, Miami, G Harold Walton, Kent State, G Kirk Whiteman, Bowling Green, G

All-Freshman Team Shawn Jackson, Western Michigan, G Shane Kline-Ruminski, Bowling Green, F Jamie Mahaffey, Miami, F Ebon Sanders, Western Michigan, G Daniel West, Central Michigan, G

1990

1993

First Team Paris McCurdy, Ball State Clinton Venable, Bowling Green Rick Blevins, Kent State Dave Jamerson, Ohio Jim Havrilla, Western Michigan Second Team Curtis Kidd, Ball State Joe Moore, Bowling Green Lorenzo Neely, Eastern Michigan Eric Glenn, Kent State Tim Stewart, Miami

First Team Steve Payne, Ball State Jeermal Sylvester, Ball State Michael Huger, Bowling Green Gary Trent, Ohio Leon McGee, Western Michigan Second Team Sander Scott, Central Michigan Ellery Morgan, Eastern Michigan Greg Holman, Kent State Matt Kramer, Miami Tim Schirra, Toledo

Honorable Mention Shawn Parrish, Ball State Chandler Thompson, Ball State Kory Hallas, Eastern Michigan Harold Walton, Kent State Dennis Whitaker, Ohio Craig Sutters, Toledo Bobby Taylor, Toledo Mark Brown, Western Michigan All-Freshman Team Darrick Brooks, Western Michigan, G Chad Gill, Ohio, F Dennis Kann, Central Michigan, C Craig Michaelis, Miami, F Sander Scott, Central Michigan, G

1991

First Team Emanuel Cross, Ball State Chandler Thompson, Ball State Marcus Kennedy, Eastern Michigan Lorenzo Neely , Eastern Michigan David Scott, Miami Lewis Geter, Ohio

Honorable Mention Mark Alberts, Akron Bill Gillis, Ball State Shane Kline-Ruminski, Bowling Green Bryant Kennedy, Eastern Michigan Theron Wilson, Eastern Michigan Scott Belyeu, Miami Jamie Mahaffey, Miami Craig Michaelis, Miami Sam Brown, Toledo Sean Wightman, Western, Michigan All-Freshman Team DeShanti Foreman, Central Michigan, G/F Ben Handlogten, Western Michigan, F/C Gus Johnson, Ohio, G Craig Thames, Toledo, G Gary Trent, Ohio, F

1994

First Team Steve Payne, Ball State Jeermal Sylvester, Ball State Kareem Carpenter, Eastern Michigan Landon Hackim, Miami Gary Trent, Ohio

Second Team Joe Moore, Bowling Green Clinton Venable, Bowling Green Carl Thomas, Eastern Michigan Tony Banks, Kent State Craig Sutters, Toledo Honorable Mention Steve Watson, Bowling Green Darian McKinney, Central Michigan Craig Michaelis, Miami Keith Wade, Toledo Jim Havrilla, Western Michigan All-Freshman Team David Broz, Ball State, C Rush Floyd, Ohio, G Todd Jones, Ball State, F Rod Koch, Kent State, F Jeermal Sylvester, Ball State, F

Second Team Shane Kline-Ruminski, Bowling Green Shane Komives, Bowling Green Archie Fuller, Toledo Craig Thames, Toledo Anthony “Scoop” Williams, Toledo Honorable Mention Rod Koch, Kent State Nate Reinking, Kent State Derrick Cross, Miami Jamie Mahaffey, Miami All-Freshman Team Brook Bright, Kent State, C Antonio Daniels, Bowling Green, G Devin Davis, Miami, F Geno Ford, Ohio, G Saddi Washington, Western Michigan, G Randy Zachary, Ball State, G

1992

First Team Keith Stalling, Ball State Kory Hallas, Eastern Michigan David Scott, Miami Lewis Geter, Ohio Jim Havrilla, Western Michigan

1995

Second Team Michael Huger, Bowling Green Darian McKinney, Central Michigan Tony Banks, Kent State J.C. Harris, Toledo Leon McGee, Western Michigan

First Team Steve Payne, Ball State Shane Kline-Ruminski, Bowling Green Devin Davis , Miami Gary Trent, Ohio Craig Thames, Toledo

Second Team Kareem Carpenter, Eastern Michigan Brian Tolbert, Eastern Michigan Derrick Cross, Miami Landon Hackim, Miami Jamie Mahaffey, Miami Anthony “Scoop” Williams, Toledo Joel Burns, Western Michigan Honorable Mention Marcus Norris, Ball State Floyd Miller, Bowling Green All-Freshman Team Jason Black, Western Michigan, G Earl Boykins, Eastern Michigan, G Thomas Kilgore, Central Michigan, G Casey Shaw, Toledo, C Bonzi Wells, Ball State, G/F

1996

First Team Bonzi Wells, Ball State Brian Tolbert, Eastern Michigan Devin Davis, Miami Craig Thames, Toledo Ben Handlogten, Western Michigan Second Team Antonio Daniels, Bowling Green Earl Boykins, Eastern Michigan Nate Reinking, Kent State Geno Ford, Ohio Curtis Simmons, Ohio Honorable Mention Jay Larranaga, Bowling Green Anthony Stacey, Bowling Green Charles Macon, Central Michigan Theron Wilson, Eastern Michigan Jason Terry, Ohio Casey Shaw, Toledo Jason Black, Western Michigan All-Freshman Team Damon Frierson, Miami, G Ed Norvell, Kent State, G George Phillips, Akron, F Anthony Stacey, Bowling Green, F Wally Szczerbiak, Miami, F/G

1997

First Team Bonzi Wells, Ball State Antonio Daniels, Bowling Green Earl Boykins, Eastern Michigan Devin Davis, Miami Geno Ford, Ohio Second Team Jimmal Ball, Akron Derrick Dial, Eastern Michigan Ed Sears, Ohio Casey Shaw, Toledo Saddi Washington, Western Michigan Honorable Mention Anthony Stacey, Bowling Green Nate Huffman, Central Michigan Charles Macon, Kent State Ed Norvell, Kent State Ira Newble, Miami All-Freshman Team Jimmal Ball, Akron, G Clayton Burch, Toledo, G Duane Clemens, Ball State, G Chris Hahn, Akron, G Chad Kamstra, Toledo, G

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All-MAC Selections 1998

First Team Bonzi Wells, Ball State Earl Boykins, Eastern Michigan Wally Szczerbiak, Miami TJ Lux, Northern Illinois Saddi Washington, Western Michigan Second Team Jami Bosley, Akron Derrick Dial, Eastern Michigan Damon Frierson, Miami Casey Shaw, Toledo Roshod Johnson, Western Michigan Honorable Mention Jimmal Ball, Akron George Phillips, Akron Duane Clemens, Ball State Kirk Cowan, Bowling Green Tony Reid, Bowling Green James Head, Eastern Michigan Ed Norvell, Kent State Carlton King, Marshall Sanjay Adell, Ohio Jason Kimbrough, Western Michigan

Honorable Mention Jimmal Ball, Akron Dave Esterkamp, Bowling Green Len Matela, Bowling Green David Webber, Central Michigan Calvin Warner, Eastern Michigan J.R. VanHoose, Marshall Rob Mestas, Miami Sanjay Adell, Ohio Justin Hall, Toledo Tony Barksdale, Western Michigan All-Freshman Team Andy Hipsher, Akron, G Theron Smith, Ball State, F Chad Pleiness, Central Michigan, F/C C.J. Grantham Eastern Michigan, G Brandon Hunter, Ohio, F

2001

First Team David Webber, Central Michigan Trevor Huffman, Kent State J.R. VanHoose, Marshall Brandon Hunter, Ohio Greg Stempin, Toledo

All-Freshman Team Sanjay Adell, Ohio, G Joda Burgess, Marshall, G Kyrem Massey, Kent State, G Greg Sempin, Toledo, F Travis Young, Marshall, G

Second Team Theron Smith, Ball State Keith McLeod, Bowling Green Kyrem Massey, Kent State Tamar Slay, Marshall Alex Shorts, Miami

1999

Honorable Mention Nate Schindewolf, Akron Len Matela, Bowling Green Chad Pleiness, Central Michigan Andrew Mitchell, Kent State Demetric Shaw, Kent State Travis Young, Marshall Jason Grunkemeyer, Miami Leon Rodgers, Northern Illinois Patrick Flomo, Ohio Jon Powell, Western Michigan

First Team Jami Bosley, Akron Anthony Stacey, Bowling Green Wally Szczerbiak, Miami LaDrell Whitehead, Ohio Greg Stempin, Toledo Second Team Jimmal Ball, Akron Duane Clemens, Ball State John Whorton, Kent State Danmon Frierson, Miami Shaun Stonerook, Ohio Honorable Mention Ryan Andrick, Akron Mike Manciel, Central Michigan Kyrem Massey, Kent State Ed Norvell, Kent State J.R. VanHoose, Marshall Travis Young, Marshall Rob Mestas, Miami Sanjay Adell, Ohio Art Norman, Toledo Tony Barksdale, Western Michigan All-Freshman Team Mike Manciel, Central Michigan, F J.R. Van Hoose, Marshall, C Justin Hall, Toledo, G Keith McLeod, Bowling Green, G Trevor Huffman, Kent State

2000

First Team Anthony Stacey, Bowling Green Tamar Slay, Marshall T.J. Lux, Northern Illinois Shaun Stonerook, Ohio Greg Stempin, Toledo Second Team Jami Bosley, Akron Duane Clemens, Ball State Trevor Huffman, Kent State John Whorton, Kent State Anthony Taylor, Miami

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All-Freshman Team Josh Almanson, Bowling Green, F Gerrit Brigitha, Central Michigan, F Chris Kaman, Central Michigan, C Juby Johnson, Miami, G Terry Reynolds, Toledo, G

2002

First Team Theron Smith, Ball State Keith McLeod, Bowling Green Trevor Huffman, Kent State Andrew Mitchell, Kent State Brandon Hunter, Ohio Second Team Patrick Jackson, Ball State Len Matela, Bowling Green Antonio Gates, Kent State Leon Rodgers, Northern Illinois Steve Reynolds, Western Michigan Honorable Mention Rashon Brown, Akron Brandon Pardon, Bowling Green Darcel Williams, Buffalo David Webber, Central Michigan Tamar Slay, Marshall J.R. VanHoose, Marshall Doug Davis, Miami Terry Reynolds, Toledo Nick Moore, Toledo Robby Collum, Western Michigan

All-Freshman Team Darryl Peterson, Akron, F/G Turner Battle, Buffalo, G Nate Gerwig, Kent State, C Danny Horace, Miami, G Ben Reed, Western Michigan, G

Second Team Romeo Travis, Akron Dennis Trammell, Ball State John Reimold, Bowling Green Keith Triplett. Toledo Levi Rost, Western Michigan

2003

Honorable Mention Darryl Peterson, Akron Mark Bortz, Buffalo Kevin Nelson, Central Michigan John Bowler, Eastern Michigan Jason Edwin, Kent State Kevin Warzynski, Kent State Mike McKinney, Northern Illinois Mychal Green, Ohio Sonny Troutman, Ohio Leon Williams, Ohio

First Team Chris Williams, Ball State Chris Kaman, Central Michigan Antonio Gates, Kent State Marcus Smallwood, Northern Illinois Brandon Hunter, Ohio Second Team Derrick Tarver, Akron Mike Manciel, Central Michigan Ryan Prillman, Eastern Michigan Ronald Blackshear, Marshall Juby Johnson, Miami Honorable Mention Johnny Hollingsworth, Akron Kevin Netter, Bowling Green Turner Battle, Buffalo J.R. Wallace, Central Michigan Eric Haut, Kent State P.J. Smith, Northern Illinois Nick Moore, Toledo Keith Triplett, Toledo Robby Collum, Western Michigan Anthony Kann, Western Michigan

All-Freshman Team Bubba Walther, Akron, G Leon Williams, Ohio, F Jeremy Fears, Ohio, G Kashif Payne, Toledo, G Joe Reitz, Western Michigan, F/C

2006

First Team Romeo Travis, Akron John Bowler, Eastern Michigan DeAndre Haynes, Kent State Jay Youngblood, Kent State William Hatcher, Miami

All-Freshman Team Ron Lewis, Bowling Green, F DeAndre Haynes, Kent State, G Josh Hausfeld, Miami, G Todd Peterson, Northern Illinois, G Sammy Villegas, Toledo, G

Second Team Julien “Skip� Mills, Ball State Martin Samarco, Bowling Green Calvin Cage, Buffalo Justin Ingram, Toledo Joe Reitz, Western Michigan

2004

Honorable Mention Dru Joyce, Akron Yassin Idbihi, Buffalo Giordan Watson, Central Michigan Kevin Warzynski, Kent State Nathan Peavy, Miami Tim Pollitz, Miami Todd Peterson, Northern Illinois Leoon Williams, Ohio Mychal Green, Ohio Brian Snider, Western Michigan

First Team John Edwards, Kent State Juby Johnson, Miami Keith Triplett, Toledo Ben Reed, Western Michigan Mike Williams, Western Michigan Second Team Derrick Tarver, Akron Turner Battle, Buffalo Ronald Lewis, Bowling Green Eric Haut, Kent State Marvin Black, Marshall Honorable Mention Cameron Echols, Ball State Kevin Netter, Bowling Green Gerrit Brigitha, Central Michigan DeAndre Haynes, Kent State Chet Mason, Miami Marcus Smallwood, Northern Illinois P.J. Smith, Northern Illinois Jaivon Harris, Ohio Sammy Villegas, Toledo Anthony Kann, Western Michigan

All-Freshman Team Nate Linhart, Akron, F Maurice Acker, Ball State, G Chris Kellermann, Central Michigan, F Carlos Medlock, Eastern Michigan, G Jerome Tillman, Ohio, F

All-Freshman Team Jeremiah Wood, Akron, F Peyton Stovall, Ball State, G Yassin Idbihi, Buffalo, F Sonny Troutman, Ohio F Justin Ingram, Toledo G

2005

First Team Josh Almanson, Bowling Green Turner Battle, Buffalo Danny Horace, Miami Chet Mason, Miami Ben Reed, Western Michigan

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2009

2011

2013

Second Team Dru Joyce, Akron Omni Smith, Kent State Leon Williams, Ohio Keonta Howell, Toledo Joe Reitz, Western Michigan

All-MAC Second Team Darion “Jake” Anderson, Northern Illinois G Brandon Bowdry, Eastern Michigan F Brett McKnight, Akron, F Tyrone Kent, Toledo, G David Kool, Western Michigan, G

Second Team Brandon Bowdry, Eastern Michigan Nikola Cvetinovic, Akron Rodriquez Sherman, Kent State Byron Mulkey, Buffalo Demetrius Ward, Western Michigan

Second Team Demetrius “Tree” Treadwell, Akron Jauwan Scaife, Ball State A’uston Calhoun, Bowling Green Kyle Randall, Central Michigan Shayne Whittington, Western Michigan

Honorable Mention Julien “Skip” Mills, Ball State Nate Miller, Bowling Green Martin Samarco, Bowling Green Yassin Idbihi, Buffalo Mike Scott, Kent State Nathan Peavy, Miami Mike McKinney, Northern Illinois Sonny Troutman, Ohio Florentino Valencia, Toledo Shawntes Gary, Western Michigan

All-MAC Honorable Mention Mike Allen, Ohio, G Tyler Dierkers, Miami, F Greg Gamble, Buffalo, G Jarrod Jones, Ball State, F Brandon Lampley, Ball State, G Nate Linhart, Akron, F Chris McKnight, Akron, F Brian Moten, Bowling Green, G Chris Singletary, Kent State, G/F Marcus Van, Central Michigan, F/C

Honorable Mention Zach Filzen, Buffalo Javon McCrea, Buffalo A’uston Calhoun, Bowling Green Scott Thomas, Bowling Green Trey Zeigler, Central Michigan Jalin Thomas, Central Michigan Michael Porrini, Kent State Nick Winbush, Miami DeVaughn Washington, Ohio Flenard Whitfield, Western Michigan

Third Team Majok Majok, Ball State Randal Holt, Kent State Walter Offutt, Ohio Reggie Keely, Ohio Julius “Juice” Brown, Toledo

All-Freshman Team Marko Spica, Central Michigan, F Brandon Bowdry, Eastern Michigan, F David Kool, Western Michigan, G Rodriquez Sherman, Kent State, G Chris Singletary, Kent State

All-Freshman Team Anthony “Humpty” Hitchens, Akron, G Jarrod Jones, Ball State, F Mike DiNunno, Northern Illinois, G Steven Coleman, Ohio, G Flenard Whitfield, Western Michigan, F

All-Freshman Team Chris Bond, Ball State, F Javon McCrea, Buffalo, F Trey Zeigler, Central Michigan, G Nick Kellogg, Ohio, F Juwan Howard Jr., Western Michigan, F

2008

2010

2012

Second Team Jeremiah Wood, Akron Giordan Watson, Central Michigan Haminn Quaintance, Kent State Mike Scott, Kent State Michael Bramos, Miami

Second Team Jordan Bitzer, Central Michigan Robbie Harman, Central Michigan Carlos Medlock, Eastern Michigan Brandon Bowdry, Eastern Michigan Justin Greene, Kent State

Second Team Zeke Marshall, Akron Alex Abreu, Akron Jarrod Jones, Ball State A’uston Calhoun, Bowling Green Rian Pearson, Toledo

Honorable Mention Nick Dials, Akron Anthony Newell, Ball State Peyton Stovall, Ball State Nate Miller, Bowling Green Andy Robinson, Buffalo Carlos Medlock, Eastern Michigan Chris Singletary, Kent State Kenny Hayes, Miami Jerome Tillman, Ohio Tyrone Kent, Toledo

Honorable Mention Chris McKnight, Akron Brett McKnight, Akron Jarrod Jones, Ball State Scott Thomas, Bowling Green Calvin Betts, Buffalo Justin Dobbins, Eastern Michigan Julian Mavunga, Miami Xavier Silas, Northern Illinois D.J. Cooper, Ohio Armon Bassett, Ohio

Third Team Nikola Cvetinovic, Akron Scott Thomas, Bowling Green Trey Zeigler, Central Michigan Darrell Lampley, Eastern Michigan Michael Porrini, Kent State

All-Freshman Team Steve McNees, Akron, G Melvin Goins, Ball State, G Joe Jakubowski, Bowling Green, G Jeremy Allen, Central Michigan, G Darion “Jake” Anderson, Northern Illinois, G

All-Freshman Team Zeke Marshall, Akron, C Jauwan Scaife, Ball State, G D.J. Cooper, Ohio, G Jake Barnett, Toledo, G Nate Hutcheson, Western Michigan, F

First Team Romeo Travis, Akron Giordan Watson, Central Michigan Tim Pollitz, Miami Justin Ingram, Toledo Jerome Tillman, Ohio

First Team Al Fisher, Kent State Tim Pollitz, Miami Leon Williams, Ohio Joe Reitz, Western Michigan David Kool, Western Michigan

First Team Michael Bramos, Miami Al Fisher, Kent State Nate Miller, Bowling Green Rodney Pierce, Buffalo Jerome Tillman, Ohio

First Team Jimmy Conyers, Akron Rodney Pierce, Buffalo Kenny Hayes, Miami David Kool Chris Singletary, Kent State

First Team Justin Greene, Kent State Julian Mavunga, Miami D.J. Cooper, Ohio Xavier Silas, Northern Illinois Jarrod Jones, Ball State

First Team Mitchell Watt, Buffalo Javon McCrea, Buffalo Justin Greene, Kent State Julian Mavunga, Miami D.J. Cooper, Ohio

First Team Zeke Marshall, Akron Javon McCrea, Buffalo Chris Evans, Kent State Rian Pearson, Toledo D.J. Cooper, Ohio

Honorable Mention Alex Abreu, Akron Jordon Crawford, Bowling Green Glenn Bryant, Eastern Michigan Will Felder, Miami Nate Hutcheson, Western Michigan All-Freshman Team Jake Kretzer, Akron Jarryn Skeete, Buffalo Chris Fowler, Central Michigan Nathan Boothe, Toledo Darius Paul, Western Michigan

Honorable Mention Randal Holt, Kent State Carlton Guyton, Kent State Ivo Baltic, Ohio Walter Offutt, Ohio Curtis Dennis, Toledo Flenard Whitfield, Western Michigan All-Freshman Team Aaron Adeoye, Ball State Austin McBroom, Central Michigan Brian Sullivan, Miami Abdel Nader, Northern Illinois Julius Brown, Toledo

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MAC Tournament History 1980 Tournament • at Ann Arbor, Michigan

1984 Tournament • at Rockford, Illinois

Championship:

(1) Toledo 85, (2) Bowling Green 70 - att. 6,900

Championship:

(1) Miami 42, (7) Kent State 40 - att. 4,800

Consolation:

(3) Northern Illinois 71, (5) Ball State 58

Semifinals:

(1) Toledo 91, (5) Ball State 83 - att. 6,220 (2) Bowling Green 54, (3) Northern Illinois 49

Semifinals:

(1) Miami 51, (4) Toledo 42 - att. 4,425 (7) Kent State 67, (6) EMU 58

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (2) Bowling Green 54, (7) EMU 49 - att. 2,429 (5) Ball State 73, @ (4) Kent State 71 - att. 2,502 @ (3) Northern Illinois 58, (6) Miami 53 - att. 3,000

Quarterfinals:

(4) Toledo 73, (5) Northern Illinois 68 - att. 4,850 (6) EMU 64, (3) Bowling Green 58 (7) Kent State 57, (2) Ohio 53

All-Tournament Team MVP: Jim Swaney (Toledo) Dick Miller (Toledo) Harvey Knuckles (Toledo) Colin Irish (Bowling Green) Allen Rayhorn (Northern Illinois)

All-Tournament Team MVP: Chuck Stahl (Miami) Ken Epperson (Toledo) Terry Wearsch (KSU) Larry Robbins (KSU) Ron Harper (Miami)

1985 Tournament • at Savage Hall, Toledo, Ohio 1981 Tournament • at Ann Arbor, Michigan

Championship:

(1) Ohio 74, (2) Miami 64 - att. 6,000

Championship:

(2) Ball State 79, (5) Northern Illinois 66 - att. 6,212

Consolation:

(3) Toledo 71, (1) WMU 65

Semifinals:

(1) Ohio 57, (4) Kent State 55 - att. 4,500 (2) Miami 91, (6) Ball State 70

Semifinals:

(2) Ball State 79, (3) Toledo 77 - att. 7,252 (5) Northern Illinois 75, (1) WMU 73

Quarterfinals:

(4) Kent State 85, (5) EMU 74 - att. 6,500 (6) Ball State 68, (3) Toledo 66 (2) Miami 78, (7) WMU 64

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

(5) Northern Ill. 79, @ (4) Bowling Green 72 - att. 3,010 @ (2) Ball State 85, (7) Ohio 70 - att. 4,535 @ (3) Toledo 95, (6) EMU 88 - att, 6,603

All-Tournament Team MVP: Ray McCallum (Ball State) Al Gooden (Ball State) Allen Rayhorn (Northern Illinois) Melvin Maxwell (WMU) Harvey Knuckles (Toledo)

1982 Tournament • at Ann Arbor, Michigan Championship:

(3) NIU 79, (1) Ball State 75 (OT) - att. 4,052

Consolation:

(2) BGSU 86, (5) WMU 83

Semifinals:

(3) NIU 67, (2) BGSU 66 - att. 4,202 (1) Ball State 76, (5) WMU 72

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (3) Northern Illinois 70, (6) Ohio 68 - att. 4,000 @ (2) Bowling Green 81, (7) Miami 79 - att. 2,863 (5) WMU 44, @ (4) EMU 42 - att. 2,875

All-Tournament Team MVP: Allen Rayhorn (Northern Illinois) Jasper McElroy (WMU) Marcus Newbern (Bowling Green) Ray McCallum (Ball State) David Scott (Ball State)

1983 Tournament • at Campus Sites Championship:

(2) Ohio 59, @ (1) Bowling Green 56 - att. 5,000

Semifinals: at campus sites

@ (2)Ohio 70, (3) Toledo 59 - att. 3,200 @ (1) Bowling Green 79, (4) Ball State 69 - att. 4,233

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (2) Ohio 74, (7) EMU 60 - att. 3,000 @ (4) Ball State 85, Miami 79 - att. 3,550 @ (3) Toledo 79, (6) Kent State 64 - att. 5,106

All-Tournament Team

All-Tournament Team MVP: Ron Harper (Miami) Vic Alexander (Ohio) Paul Baron (Ohio) Ron Harper (Miami) Dan Palombizio (Ball State) Larry Robbins (KSU)

1986 Tournament • at Rockford, Illinois Championship:

(3) Ball State 87, (1) Miami 79 - att. 3,207

Semifinals:

(1) Miami 93, (5) Toledo 76 - att. 4,105 (3) Ball State 93, (2) Ohio 69

Quarterfinals:

(2) Ohio 66, (7) CMU 62 - att. 4,202 (5) Toledo 82, (4) Northern Illinois 79 (3) Ball State 87, (6) WMU 76

All-Tournament Team MVP: Dan Palombizio (Ball State) Bob Borcherdt (Toledo) Ron Harper (Miami) Eric Newsome (Miami) Chris Shelton (Ball State)

1987 Tournament • at Toledo, Ohio Championship:

(1) CMU 64, (2) Kent State 63 - att. 5,900

Semifinals:

(1) CMU 80, (4) EMU 76 - att. 5,700 (2) Kent State 66, (3) Bowling Green 59

Quarterfinals:

(4) EMU 87, (5) Miami 64 - att. 3,700 (2) Kent State 84, (7) WMU 75 (3) Bowling Green 52, (6) Ohio 51

All-Tournament Team MVP: Dan Majerle (CMU) Reggie Adams (KSU) Ervin Leavy (CMU) Jay Peters (KSU), Grant Long (EMU)

MVP: John Devereux (Ohio) Ray McCallum (Ball State) David Jenkins (Bowling Green) Ken Epperson (Toledo) Bill Faine (Bowling Green)

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MAC Tournament History 1988 Tournament • at Toledo, Ohio

1992 Tournament • at Detroit, Michigan

Championship:

(1) EMU 94, (3) Ohio 80 - att. 7,194

Championship:

(1) Miami 58, (2) Ball State 57 - att. 4,086

Semifinals:

(1) EMU 95, (5) WMU 88 - att. 6,224 (3) Ohio 64, (2) CMU 62

Semifinals:

(1) Miami 70, (5) Bowling Green 60 - att. 4,615 (2) Ball State 65, (3) WMU 61

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (2) CMU 66, (7) Kent State 56 - att. 1,421 @ (3) Ohio 79, (6) Bowling Green 73 - att. 3,350 (5) WMU 80, @ (4) Ball State 79 - att. 4,010

Quarterfinals:

(1) Miami 67, (8) EMU 66 (2) Ball State 79, (7) CMU 65 - att. 3,132 (5) Bowling Green 56, (4) Ohio 46 (3) WMU 61, (6) Kent State 57 - att. 3,132

All-Tournament Team

MVP: Grant Long (EMU) Paul Graham (Ohio) Dave Jamerson (Ohio) Dan Majerle (CMU) Lorenzo Neely (EMU)

1989 Tournament • at Savage Hall, Toledo, Ohio

All-Tournament Team MVP: Bill Gillis (Ball State) Jim Havrilla (WMU) David Scott (Miami) Keith Stalling (Ball State) Mike Williams (Miami)

Championship:

(1) Ball State 67, (2) Kent State 65 - 6,280

1993 Tournament • at Columbus, Ohio

Semifinals:

(2) Kent State 88, (3) Toledo 43 - att. 7,620 (1) Ball State 77, (4) Eastern Michigan 76

Championship:

(1) Ball State 79, (3) WMU 64 - att. 3,170

Quarterfinals:

(4) EMU 70, (5) Miami 69 (2) Kent State 65, (7) Bowling Green 56 - att. 4,650 (1) Ball State 62, (8) Ohio 46 (3) Toledo 75, (6) CMU 55 - att. 6,850

Semifinals:

(1) Ball State 72, (5) Toledo 64 - att. 4,120 (3) WMU 61, (2) Miami 48

First-Round Game: Ohio 61, WMU 56 - att. 4,650

Quarterfinals:

(1) Ball State 77, (8) Kent State 57 (3) WMU 65, (6) EMU 57 - att. 3,320 (5) Toledo 85, (4) Ohio 84 (2) Miami 63, (7) Bowling Green 50 -att. 2,670

All-Tournament Team

All-Tournament Team

MVP: Billy Butts (Ball State) Reggie Adams (KSU) Eric Glenn (KSU), Curtis Kidd (Ball State) Paris McCurdy (Ball State)

MVP: Steve Payne (Ball State) Sam Brown (Toledo) Jamie Matthews (Ball State) Gary Trent (Ohio), Leon McGee (WMU)

1990 Tournament • at Detroit, Michigan

1994 Tournament • at Columbus, Ohio

Championship:

(1) Ball State 78, (7) CMU 56 - att. 5,327

Championship:

(1) Ohio 89, (3) Miami 66 - att. 6,511

Semifinals:

(1) Ball State 69, (5) Eastern Michigan 58 - att. 5,584 (7) CMU 78, (3) Miami 76

Semifinals:

(1) Ohio 79, (4) Ball State 70 - att. 6,487 (3) Miami 61, (2) Bowling Green 59

Quarterfinals:

(1) Ball State 77, (8) Ohio 70 (5) EMU 62, (4) Bowling Green 60 - att. 5,231 (7) CMU 82, (2) Kent State 65 (3) Miami 108, (6) Toledo 80 - att, 2,250

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (1) Ohio 87, (8) WMU 56 - att. 7,570 @ (4) Ball State 80, (5) Toledo 73 - att. 4,782 @ (3) Miami 90, (6) EMU 60 - att. 3,157 @ (2) Bowling Green 68, (7) Kent State 58 - att. 2,429

All-Tournament Team

MVP: Billy Butts (Ball State) Carter Briggs (CMU) Dave Jamerson (Ohio) Curtis Kidd (Ball State) Paris McCurdy (Ball State) MVP: Billy Butts, Ball State

1991 Tournament • at Detroit, Michigan Championship:

(1) EMU 67, (7) Toledo 66 - att. 5,872

Semifinals:

(7) Toledo 62, (3) Ball State 61 - att. 6,456 (1) EMU 72, (4) Bowling Green 66 (ot)

Quarterfinals:

(1) EMU 66, (8) Kent State 47 (7) Toledo 70, (2) Miami 59 - att. 3,056 (3) Ball State 77, (6) CMU 69 (4) Bowling Green 66, (5) Ohio 58 - att. 5,510

All-Tournament Team

MVP: Marcus Kennedy (EMU) Tom Best (Toledo) Craig Sutters (Toledo) Lorenzo Neely (EMU) Clinton Venable (Bowling Green)

All-Tournament Team MVP: Gary Trent (Ohio) Chad Estis (Ohio) Shane Kline-Ruminski (Bowling Green) Jamie Mahaffey (Miami) Steve Payne (Ball State)

1995 Tournament • at Toledo, Ohio Championship:

(4) Ball State 77, (3) EMU 70 - att. 5,500

Semifinals:

(4) Ball State 66, (1) Miami 61 - att. 7,063 (3) EMU 78,(2) Ohio 72

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (1) Miami 77, (8) Kent State 49 - att. 3,869 @ (4) Ball State 72, (5) Bowling Green 58 - att. 5,414 @ (3) EMU 69, (6)Toledo 61 - att. 2,640 @ (2) Ohio 72, (7) WMU 56 - att. 5,718

All-Tournament Team MVP: Steve Payne (Ball State) Brian Tolbert (EMU) Gary Trent (Ohio) Bonzi Wells (Ball State) Theron Wilson (EMU)

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MAC Tournament History 1996 Tournament • at SeaGate Centre, Toledo, Ohio

2000 Tournament • at Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio

Championship:

(1) EMU 77, (7) Toledo 63 - att. 5,116

Championship:

(2) Ball State 61, (9) Miami 58 - att. 7,204

Semifinals:

(1) EMU 87, (5) Ball State 71 - att. 6,082 (7) Toledo 75, (3) Miami 55

Semifinals:

(9) Miami 69, (5) Marshall 63 - att. 5,562 (2) Ball State 70, (6) Ohio 67

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (1) EMU 84, (8) Kent State 72 - att. 4,067 (5) Ball State 86, @ (4) Ohio 80 - att. 9,056 @Miami (3) 81, (6) Bowling Green 53 - att. 5,121 (7) Toledo 71, @ (2) WMU 65 - att. 2,164

Quarterfinals:

(9) Miami 58, (1) BGSU 56, overtime (5) Marshall 58, (13) CMU 56 - att. 7,047 (2) Ball State 64, (7) Toledo 63 (6) Ohio 69, (3) Kent State 68 - att. 8,127

First Round: at campus sites

(13) Central Michgian 75, @ (4) Akron 73 - att. 2,050 @ (5) Marshall 83, (12) Buffalo 66 - att. 4,107 @ (6) Ohio 77, (11) WMU 52 - att. 5,614 @ (7) Toledo 68, (10) NIU 64, 2ot - att. 4,921 (9) Miami 64, @ (8) EMU 51 - att. 1,246

All-Tournament Team MVP: Brian Tolbert (EMU) Earl Boykins (EMU) Craig Thames (Toledo) Bonzi Wells (Ball State) Theron Wilson (EMU)

1997 Tournament • at SeaGate Centre, Toledo, Ohio Championship:

(2) Miami 96, (4) EMU 76 - att. 4,564

Semifinals:

(4) EMU 73, (1) Bowling Green 64 - att. 5,609 (2) Miami 84, (6) WMU 67

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (4) EMU 85, (5) Ball State 75 - att. 3,074 (6) WMU 74, @ (3) Ohio 68 - att. 5,399 @ (2) Miami 75, (7) Kent State 65 - att. 5,460 @ (1) Bowling Green 94, (8) Toledo 69 - att. 4,935

All-Tournament Team MVP: Devin Davis (Miami) Antonio Daniels (Bowling Green) Ira Newble (Miami) Derrick Dial (EMU) Wally Sczcerbiak (Miami)

1998 Tournament • at SeaGate Centre, Toledo, Ohio Championship:

(4) EMU 92, (7) Miami 77 - att. 4,525

Semifinals:

(4) EMU 73, (1) Ball State 92 (OT) - att. 4,627 (7) Miami 64, (6) Kent State 59

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (1) Ball State 93, (8) Marshall 76 - att. 5,557 @ (4) EMU 98, (5) Toledo 79 - att. 3,850 (6) Kent State 95, @ (3) Akron 88 - att. 3,850 (7) Miami 67, @ (2) Western Michigan 63 - att. 4,293

All-Tournament Team MVP: Earl Boykins (EMU) Derrick Dial (EMU) Damon Frierson (Miami) Wally Szczerbiak (Miami) Bonzi Wells (Ball State)

1999 Tournament • at SeaGate Centre, Toledo, Ohio Championship:

(2) Kent State 49, (1) Miami 43 - att. 3,530

Semifinals:

(1) Miami 60, (5) BGSU 56, overtime - att. 4,520 (2) Kent State 68, (3) Ohio 57

Quarterfinals: at campus sites

@ (1) Miami 69, (8) Ball State 43 - att. 8,436 @ (2) Kent State 79, (7) Marshall 76 - att. 4,416 @ (3) Ohio 70, (6) Toledo 60 - att. 5,319 (5) BGSU 80, @ (4) Akron 74, overtime - att. 3,003

All-Tournament Team MVP: John Whorton (KSU) Damon Frierson (Miami) Wally Szczerbiak (Miami) Kyreem Massey (KSU) Anthony Stacey (Bowling Green)

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All-Tournament Team MVP: Duane Clemens (BSU) Jason Stewart (MIA) Rob Mestas (MIA) Sanjay Adell (Ohio) Shaun Stonerook (Ohio)

2001 Tournament • at Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio Championship:

(2) Kent State 67, (8) Miami 61 - att. 12,172

Semifinals:

(8) Miami 62, (5) Ohio 61 - att. 9,270 (2) Kent State 67, (6) Ball State 55

Quarterfinals:

(8) Miami 65, (1) CMU 56 (5) Ohio 64, (4) Toledo 63 - att. 3,623 (2) Kent State 71, (7) Bowling Green 64 (6) Ball State 84, (3) Marshall 81 - att. 7,284

First Round: at campus sites

@ (4) Toledo 67, (13) EMU 43 - att. 4,329 @ Ohio (5) 101, (12) Buffalo 78 - att. 7,112 @ (6) Ball State 89, (11) NIU 57 - att. 2,297 @ (7) Bowling Green 74, (10) WMU 68 - att. 2,543 @ (8) Miami 69, (9) Akron 56 - att. 2,571

byes for CMU, KSU, Marshall

All-Tournament Team MVP: Trevor Huffman (KSU) Andrew Mitchell (KSU) Alex Shorts (Miami) Jason Grunkemeyer (Miami) Brandon Hunter (Ohio)

2002 Tournament • at Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio Championship:

(1) Kent State 70, (3) Bowling Green 59 - att. 14,106

Semifinals:

(1) Kent State 86, (4) Toledo 61 - att. 10,613 (3) Bowling Green 69, (2) Ball State 57

Quarterfinals:

(1) Kent State 82, No. 8 Marshall 70 - att. 3,957 (4) Toledo 62, (12) Central Michigan 54 (2) Ball State 62, (7) Miami 50 - att. 6,419 (3) Bowling Green 60, (11) Akron 58

First Round:

(12) Central Michigan 65, @ (6) Ohio 56 - att. 5.569 (11) Akron 90, @ (6) Western Michigan 83 - att. 1,309 @ (4) Toledo 89, (13) Eastern Michigan 53 - att. 4,269 @ (7) Miami 70, (10) Buffalo 61 - att. 3,126 @ (8) Marshall 97, (9) Northern Illinois 93 - att. 5,022

byes for KSU, Ball State, Bowling Green

All-Tournament Team MVP: Trevor Huffman (KSU) Andrew Mitchell (KSU) Antonio Gates (KSU) Keith McLeod (BGSU) Theron Smith (BSU)

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MAC Tournament History 2003 Tournament • at Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio

2006 Tournament • at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio

Championship:

(1) CMU 77, (2) Kent State 72 – att. 10,297

Championship:

(1) Kent State 71, (7) Toledo 66 -- att. 10,253

Semifinals:

(1) CMU 94, (4) Northern Illinois 72 - att. 9,265 (2) Kent State 73, (11) Ohio 70

Semifinals:

(1) Kent State 72, (5) Ohio 59 (7) Toledo 77, (3) Akron 69 -- att. 10,917

Quarterfinals:

(2) Kent State 79, (7) Marshall 57 – att. 4,319 (11) Ohio 65, (3) Miami 55, overtime (1) CMU 87, (9) Bowling Green 70 – att. 4,197 (4) Northern Illinois 75, (5) WMU 63

Quarterfinals:

(7) Toledo 78, (2) Northern Illinois 77 (3) Akron 72, (6) Western Michigan 57 -- att. 5,382 (1) Kent State 76, (8) Buffalo 67 (4) Miami 58, (5) Ohio -- att. 6,865

First Round:

@ (4) Northern Illinois 81, (13) Buffalo 64 – att. 1,404 @ (5) WMU 78, (12) Toledo 64 – att. 2,211 (11) Ohio 79, @ (6) Akron 77 – att. 2,174 @ (7) Marshall 83, (10) EMU 75 – att. 2,787 (9) Bowling Green 90, @ (8) Ball State 81 – att. 2,675

First Round: at campus sites

@ (5) Ohio 82, (12) Central Michigan 53 -- att. 4,198 @ (6) Western Mich. 60, (11) Eastern Mich. 55 -- att. 1,682 @ (7) Toledo 77, (10) Bowling Green 52 -- att. 4,156 @ (8) Buffalo 80, (9) Ball State 72 -- att. 5,129

byes - #1 Kent State; #2 Northern Illinois; #3 Akron, #4 Miami

byes for Central Michigan, Kent State, Miami

All-Tournament Team

All-Tournament Team

MVP: Chris Kaman (CMU) J.R. Wallace (CMU) Antonio Gates (KSU) P.J. Smith (NIU) Brandon Hunter (Ohio)

MVP: Kevin Warzynski (KSU) Jay Youngblood (KSU) Mychal Green (Ohio) Mike Scott (KSU) Justin Ingram (Toledo)

2004 Tournament • at Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio

2007 Tournament • at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio

Championship:

(1) WMU 77, (2 ) Kent State 66 - att. 10,868

Semifinals:

(1 )WMU 87, (4) Toledo 77 - att. 8,374 (2 )Kent State 66, (3) Miami 56

Quarterfinals:

(2) Kent State 79, (7) BGSU 66 - att. 4,521 (3) Miami 72, (6) Ball State 67 (1) WMU 96, (8) Marshall 62 - att. 5,069 (4) Toledo 97, (5) Buffalo 85

First Round: at campus sites

@ (4) Toledo 91, (13) Central Michigan 88 - att. 4,081 @ (5) Buffalo 90, (12) Northern Illinois 73 - att. 8,971 @ (6) Ball State 76, (11) Akron 72 - att. 4,234 @ (7) Bowling Green 56, (10) Ohio 54 - att. 1,631 @ (8) Marshall 78, (9) Eastern Michigan 59 - att. 4,374

Championship:

(4) Miami 53, Akron 52 -- att. 10,045

Semifinals:

(4) Miami 58, (1) Toledo 53 (2) Akron 61, (3) Kent State 54 -- att. 13,029

Quarterfinals:

(1) Toledo 62, (8) Eastern Michigan 54 (4) Miami 70, (5) Ohio 51 -- att. 4,983 (2) Akron 82, (7) Central Michigan 53 (3) Kent State 75, (6) Western Michigan 66 -- att. 6,690

First Round:

(5) Ohio 69, (12) Bowling Green 59 (6) Western Michigan 67, (11) Northern Ill. 62 (7) Central Michigan 80, (10) Buffalo 74 (8) Eastern Michigan 51, (9) Ball State 48 -- att. 5,248

byes - #1 Toledo; #2 Akron; #3 Kent State, #4 Miami

byes - #1 Western Michigan; #2 Kent State; #3 Miami

All-Tournament Team

All-Tournament Team

MVP: Tim Pollitz (MIA) Romeo Travis (UA) Jeremiah Wood (UA) Michael Bramos (MIA) Giordan Watson (CMU)

MVP: Mike Williams (WMU) Anthony Kann (WMU) DeAndre Haynes (KSU) John Edwards (KSU) Keith Triplett (UT)

2005 Tournament • at Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio

2008 Tournament • at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio

Championship:

(4) Ohio 80, (7) Buffalo 79 (OT) -- att. 10,927

Championship:

(1) Kent State 74, (3) Akron 55 -- att. 12,942

Semifinals:

(4) Ohio 63, (1) Miami 56 -- att. (7) Buffalo 75, (3) Western Michigan 68 -- att. 8,652

Semifinals:

(3) Akron 73, (2) Western Michigan 62 (1) Kent State 49, (5) Miami 47 -- att. 10,350

Quarterfinals:

(7) Buffalo 85, (2) Toledo 72 (3) Western Michigan 66, (6) Akron 60 (OT) -- att. 5,143 (1) Miami 85, (8) Bowling Green 65 (4) Ohio 62, (5) Kent State 55 -- att. 3,858

Quarterfinals:

(2) Western Michigan 70, (7) Eastern Michigan 61 (3) Akron 81, (6) Central Michigan 60 -- att. 4,232 (1) Kent State 77, (8) Toledo 57 (5) Miami 74, (4) Ohio 61 -- att. 5,073

First Round: at campus sites

@ (4) Ohio 72, (13) Marshall 66 -- att. 5,436 @ (5) Kent State 91, (12) Central Michigan 60 -- att. 3,217 @ (6) Akron 78, (11) Eastern Michigan 66 -- att. 1,520 @ (7) Buffalo 73, (10) Northern Illinois 66 -- att. 6,108 @ (8) Bowling Green 75, (9) Ball State 73 -- att. 1,730

First Round:

(7) Eastern Michigan 59, (10) Ball State 55 (6) Central Michigan 81, (11) Northern Illinois 71 (8) Toledo 52, (9) Bowling Green 48 (5) Miami 69, (12) Buffalo 68 -- att. 5,439

byes - #1 Miami; #2 Toledo; #3 Western Michigan

All-Tournament Team

MVP: Leon Williams (Ohio) Jeremy Fears (Ohio) Turner Battle (UB) Yassin Idbihi (UB) Danny Horace (MIA)

byes - #1 Kent State, #2 Western Michigan, #3 Akron, #4, Ohio

All-Tournament Team MVP: Haminn Quaintance (KSU) Joe Reitz (WMU) Jeremiah Wood (UA) Al Fisher (KSU) Mike Scott (KSU)

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(5) Akron 65, (3) Buffalo (53)

Semifinals:

(3) Buffalo 64, (2) Ball State 52 (5) Akron 63, (1) Bowling Green 55

Quarterfinals: First Round:

(2) Ball State 64, (7) Central Michigan 61 (ot) (3) Buffalo 64, (6 Kent State (62) (1) Bowling Green 74, (9) Ohio 61 (5) Akron 73, (4) Miami, 63 (7) Central Michigan 62, (10) Eastern Michigan 49 (6) Kent State 64, (11) Northern Illinois 61 (9) Ohio 62, (8) Western Michigan 55 (5) Akron 93, (12) Toledo 92 (ot)

byes - #1 Bowling Green, #2 Ball State, #3 Buffalo, #4, Miami

All-Tournament Team MVP: Nate Linhart (Akron) Brett McKnight (Akron) Steve McNees (Akron) Max Boudreau (Buffalo) Nate Miller (Bowling Green)

2012 Tournament • at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio Championship:

(3) Ohio 64, (1) Akron 63 -- att. 10,301

Semifinals:

(1) Akron 78, (4) Kent State 74 (3) Ohio 77, (2) Buffalo 74 -- att. 8,513

Third Round

(4) Kent State 76, (8) Western Michigan 72 (3) Ohio 65, (7) Toledo 57 -- att. 3,351

Second Round First Round:

(8) Western Michigan 71, (12) Northern Illinois 54 (7) Toledo 75, (11) Central Michigan 72 -- att. 2,523 (12) Northern Illinois 55, (5) Eastern Michigan 52 -- att. 843 (8) Western Michigan 69, (9) Ball State 63 -- att. 1,002 (7) Toledo 60, (10) Miami 53 -- att. 1,721 (11) Central Michigan 54, (6) Bowling Green 53 -- att. 2,295

byes - #1 Akron, #2 Buffalo, #3 Ohio, #4 Kent State

All-Tournament Team MVP: D.J. Cooper (Ohio) Justin Greene (Kent State) Mitchell Watt (Buffalo) Alex Abreu (Akron) Nick Kellogg (Ohio)

2010 Tournament • at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio Championship:

(9) Ohio 81, (3) Akron 75 (ot) -- att. 9,533

2013 Tournament • at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio

Semifinals:

(3) Akron 64, (7) Western Michigan 52 (9) Ohio 54, (1) Bowling Green 55 -- att. 7,829

Championship:

(1) Akron 65, (2) Ohio 46 -- att. 12,102

Quarterfinals: First Round:

(7) Western Michigan 69, (2) Central Michigan 60 (3) Akron 97, (6) Eastern Michigan 89 (2ot) -- att. 3,084 (9) Ohio 81, (1) Kent State 64 (4) Miami 73, (5) Buffalo 59 -- att. 4,125

Semifinals:

(1) Akron 62, (4) Kent State 59 (2) Ohio 74, (3) Western Michigan 63 -- att. 10,324

Third Round

(4) Kent State 70, (8) Buffalo 68 (3) Western Michigan 70, (7) Eastern Michigan 55 -- att. 3,361

Second Round First Round:

(8) Buffalo 76, (5) Ball State 61 (7) Eastern Michgian 58, (11) Miami 47 -- att. 2,147

(7) Western Michigan 75, (10) Bowling Green 73 -- att. 1,786 (6) Eastern Michigan 64, (11) Northern Illinois -- att. 675 (9) Ohio 85, (8) Ball State 77 (ot) -- att. 2,667 (5) Buffalo 72, (12) Toledo 54 -- att. 859

byes - #1 Kent State, #2 Central Michigan, #3 Akron, #4 Miami

All-Tournament Team MVP: Armon Bassett (Ohio) Jimmy Conyers (Akron) Chris McKnight (Akron) Carlos Medlock (Eastern Michigan) David Kool (Western Michigan)

(11) Miami 63, (6) Bowling Green 52 -- att. 1,715 (7) Eastern Michigan 45, (10) Northern Illinois 44 -- att. 302 (8) Buffalo 74, (9) Central Michigan 72 (ot) -- att. 2,309

byes - #1 Akron, #2 Ohio, #3 Western Michigan, #4 Kent State

All-Tournament Team MVP: Demetrius “Tree” Treadwell (Akron) Zeke Marshall (Akron) D.J. Cooper (Ohio) Reggie Keely (Ohio) Chris Evans (Kent State)

2011 Tournament • at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio Championship:

(6) Akron 66, (1) Kent State 65 ot -- att. 8,926

Semifinals:

(6) Akron 79, (2) Western Michigan 68 (1) Kent State 79, (4) Ball State 68 -- att. 6,174

Quarterfinals:

(6) Akron 82, (3) Miami 75 (2) Western Michigan 67, (7) Bowling Green 56 -- att. 3,311 (4) Ball State 76, (5) Ohio 73 ot (1) Kent State 73, (8) Buffalo 62 -- att. 3,615

First Round:

(5) Ohio 74, (12) Toledo 57 -- att. 3,521 (6) Akron 67, (11) Eastern Michigan 53 -- att. 1,431 (7) Bowling Green 74, (10) Northern Illinois 54 -- att. 1,267 (8) Buffalo 64, (9) Central Michigan 50 -- att. 1,804

byes - #1 Kent State, #2 Ball State, #3 Miami, #4 Ball State

All-Tournament Team MVP: Zeke Marshall (Akron) Jarrod Jones (Ball State) Michael Porrini (Kent State) Justin Greene (Kent State) Brett McKnight (Akron)

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MAC Tournament Records Individual Records (Game) oints P 45 Ron Harper, MIA vs. BSU 42 Carlos Medlock, EMU vs. UA 39 David Kool, WMU vs. UA 38 Armon Bassett, OU vs. KSU 38 Julien “Skip” Mills, BSU vs. UB 38 John Reimold, BGSU vs. BSU 37 Bonzi Wells, BSU vs. OU 36 Will Regan, UB vs. BSU 36 Dan Majerle, CMU vs. EMU 36 Bonzi Wells, BSU vs. MAR 36 Keith McLeod, BG vs. BSU

3-08-85 3-11-10 3-12-10 3-11-10 3-06-06 3-07-05 3-05-96 3-13-13 3-06-87 2-28-98 3-08-02

Rebounds 20* Dick Miller, UT vs. BG 18 Calvin Betts, UB vs. KSU 18 Ron Harper, MIA vs. BSU 17 Steve Payne, BSU vs. KSU 17 J.R. Van Hoose, MAR vs. KSU 16 Allen Rayhorn, NIU vs. BG 16 Allen Rayhorn, NIU vs. WMU 16 John Devereaux, OU vs. UT 16* Dan Palombizio, BSU vs. MIA 16 Steve Payne, BSU vs. UT 16 Wally Szczerbiak, MIA vs. WMU 16 Shaun Stonerook, OU vs. BSU 16 Leon Williams, OHIO vs. KSU

3-02-80 3-12-09 3-08-85 3-11-93 2-27-99 3-03-81 3-06-81 3-10-83 3-08-86 3-08-94 2-28-98 3-06-00 3-10-05

Assists 15 13 12 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Earl Boykins, EMU vs. UT Tim Reiser, UT vs. BSU David Greer, BG vs. WMU Jay Bryant, NIU vs. BG Tim Reiser, UT vs. WMU Dvaid Greer, BG vs. NIU Jay Bates, NIU vs. UB Michael Ross, EMU vs. MAR D.J. Cooper, OHIO vs. WMU Walker D. Russell, WMU vs. BG Jon Mansbury, BSU vs. MIA David Greer, BG vs. BSU Jamie Mercurio, MIA vs. UT Ed Norvell, KSU vs. UA Cornelius Jackson, MAR vs UB Rob Mestas, MIA vs. MAR

2-28-98 3-06-81 3-06-82 3-01-80 3-07-81 3-05-82 3-10-03 3-10-03 3-15-13 3-06-82 3-08-83 3-10-83 3-09-90 2-28-98 3-01-00 3-06-00

Field Goals Made 17 Ron Harper, MIA vs. UT 16 Ron Harper, MIA vs. BSU 16 Eric Newsome, MIA vs. UT 15 Darian McKinney, CMU vs. BSU 14 Al Gooden, BSU vs. UT 14 Blake Burnham, UT vs. MIA 14 Grant Long, EMU vs. WMU 14 Bonzi Wells, BSU vs OU 14 Bonzi Wells, BSU vs. MAR 13 on eight occasions

3-07-86 3-08-85 3-07-86 3-08-91 3-06-81 3-07-86 3-11-88 3-05-96 2-28-98

Field Goals Attempted 28 Fred Cofield, EMU vs. KSU 26 Carlos Medlock, EMU vs. UA 26 Gary Trent, OU vs. EMU 25 Ron Harper, MIA vs. BSU 25* Damon Frierson, MIA vs. EMU 25 Derrick Tarver, UA vs. BSU 24 Al Fisher, KSU vs. NIU 24 Carter Briggs, CMU vs. MIA 24 Archie Fuller, UT vs. BSU 24 Duane Clemens, BSU vs. OU 24 Mike Williams, WMU vs. KSU

3-10-84 3-11-10 3-10-95 3-08-85 3-04-98 3-08-04 3-10-09 3-10-90 3-08-94 3-06-00 3-13-04

3-Point Goals Made 10 Jason Stewart, MIA vs. MAR 7 Jauwan Scaife, BSU vs. UB 7 Mychal Green, Ohio vs. CMU 7 D.J. Bosse, KSU vs. MIA 6 on 14 occasions

3-06-00 3-13-13 3-06-06 3-04-97

3-Point Goals Attempted 17 Chad Kamstra, UT vs. NIU 14 Jauwan Scaife, BSU vs. UB 14 Carlos Medlock, EMU vs. UA 14 Jeff Majerle, CMU vs. MIA 14* Jason Stewart, MIA vs. BSU 13 Keith McLeod, BG vs. UA 13 Anthony Wilkins, KSU vs. OU 12 Martin Samarco, BGSU vs. OU 12 Julien “Skip” Mills, BSU vs. UB 12 Ellery Morgan, EMU vs. MIA 12 Nate Meers, KSU vs. MIA 12 Jason Stewart, MIA vs. MAR 12 John Reimold, BGSU vs. BSU 11 on ten occasions

3-01-00 3-13-13 3-11-10 3-10-90 3-08-00 3-07-02 3-14-03 3-07-07 3-06-06 3-08-94 3-03-98 3-06-00 3-07-05

Field Goal Pct. (Min. 6 MADE) 1.000 (7-7) Greg Floyd, EMU vs. BG 2-26-80 .875 (7-8) Eric Thomas, KSU vs. OU 3-05-00 .857 (6-7) Tom Bracey, EMU vs. UT 3-03-81 .857 (6-7) Shawn Thrower, NIU vs. WMU 3-06-81 .857* (6-7) Allen Rayhorn, NIU vs. BSU 3-07-81 .857 (6-7) Jon Mansbury, BSU vs. MIA 3-08-83 .857 (6-7) Daryl Miller, CMU vs. KSU 3-08-88 .857 (6-7) Kirk Cowan, BG vs. UA 2-27-99 .857 (6-7) M. Smallwood, NIU vs. UB 3-10-03 .778 (7-9) David Grier, NIU vs. BG 3-03-81 .778 (7-9) Gary Campbell, UT vs. NIU 3-06-86 Field Goal Pct. (Min. 8 MADE) 1.000 (8-8) Mitch Hanks BSU vs. UT 2-28-98 1.000 (8-8) DeVaughn Washington, OU vs. KSU 3-11-10 .900 (9-10) Colin Irish, BG vs. NIU 3-01-80 .900 (9-10) John Marx, MIA vs. BSU 3-08-83 .900 (9-10) Sammy Villegas, UT vs. CMU 3-08-04 .889 (8-9) Kevin Warzynski, KSU vs. UT 3-11-06 .888 (8-9) Landon Hackin, MIA vs. BG 3-05-96 .888 (8-9) Ed Sears, OU vs. WMU 3-04-97 .818* (9-11) Allen Rayhorn, NIU vs. BSU 3-06-82 .818 (9-11) Theron Wilson, EMU vs. BSU 3-11-95 .818 (9-11) Anthony Taylor, MIA vs. KSU 3-03-98 .818 (9-11) Jawanza Moore, UA vs. BG 2-27-99 .818 (9-11) Nate Miller, BGSU vs. Ohio 3-12-09 F ield Goal Pct. (Min. 10 Made) 1.000 (12-12) John Whorton, KSU vs. UA 2-28-98 1.000 (10-10) Leonard Hayes, NIU vs. BG 3-03-81 .929 (13-14) Gerrit Brigitha, CMU vs. UT 3-08-04 .917 (11-12) Tim Pollitz, MIA vs. UT 3-09-07 .917 (11-12) Casey Shaw, UT vs. WMU 3-05-96 .909 (10-11) Grant Long, EMU vs. MIA 3-05-87 .909 (10-11) James Head, EMU vs. UA 2-28-98 .867* (13-15) C.C. Fullove, BSU vs. NIU 3-06-82 .833 (10-12) Ira Newble, MIA vs. KSU 3-04-97 .833* (10-12) Wally Szczerbiak, MIA vs. EMU 3-08-97 Field Goal Pct. (Min. 20+ Att.) .700 (14-20) Bonzi Wells, BSU vs. MAR 2-28-98 .681 (15-22) Darian McKinney, CMU vs. BSU 3-08-91 .650 (13-20) Jasper McElroy, WMU vs. BG 3-06-82 .650 (13-20) Dan Majerle, CMU vs. EMU 3-06-87 .640 (16-25) Ron Harper, MIA vs. BSU 3-08-85 .636 (14-22) Grant Long, EMU vs. WMU 3-11-88 .619 (13-21) Earl Boykins, EMU vs. BSU 3-03-98 .600* (12-20) Derrick Dial, EMU vs. MIA 3-08-97 .591 (13-22) Bonzi Wells, BSU vs. OU 3-05-96 .571 (12-21) David Kool, WMU vs. UA 3-12-10 .571 (12-21) Gary Trent, OU vs. BSU 3-11-94

3-Point FG Pct. (Min. 4 Made) 1.000 (5-5) Tommy Freeman, OU vs BSU 3-07-10 1.000 (5-5) Patrick Jackson, BSU vs. NIU 3-05-01 1.000 (4-4) Steve McNees, UA vs. EMU 3-11-10 1.000 (4-4) James Head, EMU vs. UT 2-28-98 .857 (6-7) Armon Gates, KSU vs. UB 3-09-06 .857 (6-7) Matt Kramer, MIA vs. BG 3-11-93 .857 (6-7) Landon Hackim, MIA vs. BG 3-05-96 .857 (6-7) Billy Butts, BSU vs. OU 3-09-90 .857 (6-7) Sammy Villegas, UT vs. CMU 3-08-04 .833 on four occasions Free Throws Made 22 (25) Ron Lewis, BG vs. BSU 3-10-03 16 (16) Armon Bassett, OU vs. KSU 3-11-10 15 (16) David Kool, WMU vs. EMU 3-13-08 15* (17) Dan Palombizio, BSU vs. MIA 3-08-86 15 (18) Ron Lewis, BG vs. CMU 3-13-03 15 (17) Danny Horace, MIA vs. BGSU 3-10-05 14 (16) Trent Groom, KSU vs. BSU 2-26-80 14 (16) Keith McLeod, BG vs. WMU 3-05-01 14 (17) Gary Trent, OU vs. UT 3-11-93 14* (15) Alex Shorts, MIA vs. KSU 3-10-01 14 (18) Chris Williams, BSU vs. BG 3-10-03 Free Throw Attempts 25 (22) Ron Lewis, BG vs. BSU 3-10-03 20 (13) Juby Johnson, MIA vs. BSU 3-11-04 18 (14) Chris Williams, BSU vs. BG 3-10-03 18 (15) Ron Lewis, BG vs. CMU 3-13-03 18* (13) Chris Kaman, CMU vs. KSU 3-13-03 17 (15) Dan Palombizio, BSU vs. MIA 3-08-86 17 (11) Dan Majerle, CMU vs. KSU 3-08-88 17 (14) Gary Trent, OU vs. UT 3-11-93 17 (11) John Reimold, BGSU vs. MIA 3-10-05 17 (15) Danny Horace, MIA vs. BGSU 3-10-05 Free Throw Pct. (Min. 9 Made) 1.000 (16-16) Armon Bassett, OU vs. KSU 3-11-10 1.000 (13-13) Ron Harper, MIA vs. BSU 3-08-85 1.000 (12-12) Donald Petties, WMU vs. BSU 3-06-86 1.000 (12-12) Mike Manciel, CMU vs. UT 3-07-02 1.000 (11-11) Paris McCurdy, BSU vs. OU 3-09-90 1.000* (11-11) Jamie Matthews, BSU vs. WMU 3-13-93 1.000 (10-10) Todd Peterson, NIU vs. UT 3-09-06 1.000 (10-10) Jay Lehman, UT vs. EMU 3-03-81 1.000 (10-10) Allen Rayhorn, NIU vs. WMU 3-06-81 1.000* (10-10) Ray McCallum, BSU vs. NIU 3-07-81 1.000 (10-10) Sander Scott, CMU vs. KSU 3-09-90 1.000 (10-10) Dave Jamerson, OU vs. BSU 3-09-90 1.000 (9-9) Will Regan, UB vs. BSU 3-13-13 1.000 (9-9) Calvin Cage, UB vs. BSU 3-06-06 1.000 (9-9) Joe Reitz, WMU vs. UA 3-09-06 1.000* (9-9) Curtis Kidd, BSU vs. CMU 3-11-90 1.000 (9-9) Reggie Adams, WMU vs. KSU 3-05-87 Steals 8 7* 7 7 6 6 6 6* 6 5

Bonzi Wells, BSU vs. MAR Dennis Whitaker, OU vs. EMU Earl Boykins, EMU vs. BSU Damon Frierson,MIA vs. BSU Justin Ingram, UT vs. EMU Grant Long, EMU vs. WMU J amie Matthews, BSU vs. UT Jamie Matthews, BSU vs. WMU Craig Thames, UT vs. MIA on 19 ocassions

Blocked Shots 7 Zeke Marshall, UA v. KSU 7* Lonnie Jones, BSU vs. MIA 7 Patrick Flomo, OU vs. UT 6 Allen Rayhorn, NIU vs. OU 6 John Devereaux, OU vs. UT 6 Zeke Marshall, UA vs EMU

2-28-98 3-12-88 3-03-98 2-27-99 3-08-07 3-11-88 3-12-93 3-13-93 3-08-95

3-15-13 3-08-00 3-08-01 3-02-82 3-10-83 3-11-10

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3-Pt. Field Goals Att. 37 (12) UA vs. UT 35 (11) NIU vs. MAR 33 (10) KSU vs. WMU 32 (6) OU vs. BSU 30* (8) UA vs. OU 30 (13) OU vs. CMU 30 (7) MIA vs. KSU 29 (11) UA vs. OU 29* (12) UB vs. OU 28 on six occasions

3-10-09 3-04-02 3-13-04 3-06-00 3-13-11 3-06-06 3-12-04 3-10-03 3-12-05

Points 108 MIA vs. UT 101 OU vs. UB 98 EMU vs. UT 97 MAR vs. NIU 97 UT vs. UB 97 UA vs. EMU 96* MIA vs. EMU 96 WMU vs. MAR 95 UT vs. EMU 95 EMU vs. WMU 95 KSU vs. UA

3-09-90 3-05-01 2-28-98 3-04-02 3-11-04 3-11-10 3-08-97 3-11-04 3-03-81 3-11-88 2-28-98

Rebounds 55 WMU vs. UA 52 KSU vs. UT 52 UT vs. NIU 50* OU vs. MIA 49 NIU vs. UT 49 MAR vs. BSU 48 UA vs. UT 48 EMU vs. WMU 48* MIA vs. EMU 48 EMU vs. MAR 48* UA vs. OU

3-10-05 3-11-89 3-01-00 3-12-94 3-01-00 3-08-01 3-10-09 3-11-93 3-04-98 3-10-03 3-13-10

Assists 29 UT vs. EMU 28 WMU vs. BG 27* MIA vs. EMU 26 UT vs. BSU 26 EMU vs. UT 25 NIU vs. BG 25 UT vs. BSU 24 BSU vs. UT 24 NIU vs. BG 23 MIA vs. UT

3-03-81 3-06-82 3-08-97 3-01-80 2-28-98 3-03-81 3-06-81 3-06-81 3-05-82 3-09-90

Field Goals Made 41 MIA vs. UT 41 EMU vs. UT 40 MIA vs. UT 40* MIA vs EMU 39 UT vs. BSU 38 BSU vs. MAR 36 BSU vs. UT 36 NIU vs. UT 36 EMU vs. WMU

3-07-86 2-28-98 3-09-90 3-08-97 3-01-80 2-28-98 3-01-80 3-06-86 3-11-88

Field Goals Attempted 80 BGSU vs. UT 79* MIA vs. EMU 78 UT vs. MIA 78* UA vs. OU 77 NIU vs. MAR 75 UA vs. UT 74 EMU vs. MAR 72 WMU vs. OU 72* EMU vs. MIA 72 MAR vs. BSU 71* OU vs. EMU

3-04-97 3-04-98 3-09-90 3-13-10 3-04-02 3-10-09 3-10-03 3-08-94 3-08-97 3-05-01 3-12-88

Free Throw Attempts 48 (36) UT vs. UA 3-10-09 45 (31) UA vs. KSU 2-28-98 45 (30) UT vs. UB 3-11-04 43 (37) BG vs. BSU 3-10-03 42 (30) BSU vs. CMU 3-08-91 41 (24) UB vs. CMU 3-07-07 41 (28) MIA vs. WMU 3-07-85 41*(33) BSU vs. MIA 3-08-86 41 (32) BG vs. WMU 3-05-01 41 (24) OHIO vs. MAR 3-07-05 41 (25) EMU vs. NIU 3-07-10

3-Pt. Field Goals Made 14 MIA vs. MAR 13 OHIO vs. CMU 13 BSU vs. MAR 12 UA vs. UT 12 UA vs. MIA 12 CMU vs. NIU 12 CMU vs. UB 12 UA vs. WMU 12* UB vs. OHIO 12 CMU vs. NIU 11 12 occasions

3-06-00 3-06-06 3-05-01 3-10-09 3-12-09 3-12-08 3-07-07 3-10-05 3-12-05 3-14-03

FT Pct. (Min. 10 Att.) 1.000*(15-15) BSU vs. KSU .941 (16-17) MIA vs. UA .929 (13-14) MIA vs. WMU .923 (12-13) KSU vs. MIA .923 (12-13) WMU vs. EMU .923 (12-13) MAR vs. MIA .920 (23-25) BSU vs. MIA .917* (22-24) BSU vs. WMU .909 (10-11) WMU vs. EMU .909 (10-11) MAR vs. OHIO .905 (19-23) NIU vs. WMU

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Field Goal Percentage .745 (35-47) BSU vs. OU .711 (32-45) MIA vs. BSU .694 (25-36) CMU vs. KSU .684 (39-57) UT vs. BSU .678*(40-59) MIA vs EMU .673 (35-52) EMU vs. MIA .667*(24-36) OU vs. BG .642 (34-53) WMU vs. BG .641 (25-39) MIA vs. WMU .640 (32-50) NIU vs. BG

3-07-86 3-08-83 3-09-90 3-01-80 3-08-94 3-05-87 3-12-83 3-06-82 3-07-85 3-03-81

3-Pt. Percentage .857 (6-7) BSU vs. OU .800 (4-5) WMU vs. BSU .750* (6-8) BSU vs. KSU .750* (6-8) BSU vs. EMU .700 (14-20) MIA vs. OU .666 (10-15) BSU vs. NIU .666 (6-9) NIU vs. WMU .666 (12-18) CMU vs. NIU .666 (8-12) WMU vs BGSU .636 (7-11) KSU vs. MIA .625* (10-16) BSU vs. CMU .619 (13-21) BSU vs. MAR

3-09-90 3-08-88 3-12-89 3-11-95 3-06-00 3-05-01 3-13-03 3-14-03 3-07-10 3-12-04 3-11-90 3-05-01

Free Throws Made 37 (43) BG vs. BSU 3-10-03 36 (48) UT vs. UA 3-10-09 33*(41) BSU vs. MIA 3-08-86 33 (40) UA vs. WMU 3-04-02 33 (39) MIA vs. BGSU 3-10-05 32*(38) OU vs. MIA 3-09-85 32 (41) BG vs. WMU 3-05-01 31 (45) UA vs. KSU 2-28-98 30 (42) BSU vs. CMU 3-08-91 30 (35) BSU vs. BG 3-10-03 30 (45) UT vs. UB 3-11-04

3-12-89 3-05-01 2-28-98 3-11-84 3-11-88 3-06-00 3-08-83 3-13-93 3-02-82 3-07-05 3-06-81

Steals 18 17 16 15 15 14 14 14* 14* 13

UT vs. CMU 3-07-02 UT vs. EMU 3-08-07 BSU vs. MAR 2-28-98 EMU vs. WMU 3-11-88 KSU vs. MAR 3-13-03 NIU vs. MAR 3-04-02 CMU vs. BG 3-13-03 KSU vs. CMU 3-15-03 OHIO vs. UB 3-12-05 on eight occasions

Blocked Shots 10 UA vs. KSU 3-15-13 10 NIU vs. OU 3-02-82 9 WMU vs. EMU 3-11-93 9 OU vs. UB 3-05-01 9 OU vs. UT 3-08-01 8 UT vs. EMU 3-08-07 8 MIA vs. UA 3-10-07 8 MAR vs. UB 3-01-00 8 BGSU vs. OU 3-08-04 8 UA vs. EMU 3-11-10 7 14 occasions Team Turnovers 27 BGSU vs. BSU 3-07-95 27 CMU vs. UT 3-07-02 25 EMU vs. BSU 3-07-07 25 MAR vs. EMU 2-28-98 24 UT vs. UA 3-10-09 24 BSU vs. UT 3-08-94 23 EMU vs. BG 3-09-84 23 UT vs. BG 3-04-97 22 WMU vs. BG 3-05-01 22 MAR vs. WMU 3-11-04 21 BSU vs. WMU 3-02-82 21 WMU vs. EMU 3-11-88 21 UT vs. BSU 3-05-00 21 MAR vs. KSU 3-13-03 Least Team Turnovers 2 BSU vs. MIA 3-07-02 4* BGSU vs. OU 3-12-83 4* BSU vs. EMU 3-11-95 4* MIA vs. BSU 3-08-00 5 OU vs. BSU 3-07-86 5 MIA vs. CMU 3-10-90 5* EMU vs. MIA 3-04-98 5 CMU vs. MAR 3-05-00 5 KSU vs. CMU 3-09-01 5 UB vs. NIU 3-08-04 6 on six occasions Team Rebound Margin +22 (52-30) KSU vs. UT 3-11-89 +21 (42-21) MIA vs. WMU 3-07-97 + 20 (46-26) UT vs. MIA 3-08-91 +19 (38-19) KSU vs. BG 3-06-87 +19 (44-25) OU vs. UB 3-05-01 +17 (34-17) MIA vs. BG 3-11-93 +16 (45-29) NIU vs. BSU 3-02-80 +16 (46-30) EMU vs. BG 3-09-84 +16 (42-26) OU vs. WMU 3-07-95 +16 (49-33) MAR vs. BSU 3-08-01 +16 (44-28) WMU vs. UT 3-12-04 *indicates a championship game performance

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MAC Tournament Records Individual Records (Tournament) Points

116 89 86 85 85 77 76 76 73 73 72 69

Armon Bassett, Ohio - 2010 Earl Boykins, EMU - 1998 Ron Harper, MIA - 1985 Keith McLeod, BGSU - 2002 David Kool, WMU - 2010 Justin Ingram, UT - 2006 Marcus Newbern, BGSU - 1982 Derrick Dial, EMU - 1998 Gary Trent, Ohio - 1994 Chris Kaman, CMU- 2003 Keith Triplett, UT - 2004 Dave Jamerson, Ohio - 1988

Field Goals Made

34 31 31 29 29 28 28 28 26 26 25 24

Earl Boykins, EMU - 1998 Tim Pollitz, MIA - 2007 Ron Harper, MIA - 1985 Marcus Newbern, BGSU - 1982 Gary Trent, Ohio - 1994 Allen Rayhorn, NIU - 1980 Derrick Dial, EMU - 1998 Armon Bassett, Ohio - 2010 Justin Ingram, UT - 2006 Mike Williams, WMU - 2004 Keith McLeod, BGSU - 2002 Leon Williams, Ohio - 2005

Field Goal Attempts

60 60 57 57 56 54 54 52 51 50 46 43 43

Earl Boykins, EMU - 1998 Armon Bassett, Ohio - 2010 Marcus Newbern, BGSU - 1982 Bonzi Wells, BSU - 1995 Ron Harper, MIA - 1985 Gary Trent, Ohio - 1994 Mike Williams, WMU - 2004 Keith McLeod, BGSU - 2002 David Kool, WMU - 2010 Derrick Dial, EMU - 1998 Allen Rayhorn, NIU - 1980 Dave Jamerson, Ohio - 1988 Keith Triplett, UT - 2004

Field Goal Pct. (Min. 20 attempts per tourn.)

.826 (19/23) John Whorton, KSU- 1998 .810 (17/21) Mike Williams, MIA- 1992 .794 (27/34) Ira Newble, MIA- 1997 .756 (31/41) Tim Pollitz, MIA - 2007 .750 (18/24) Grant Long, EMU- 1987 .750 (18/24) John Rhodes, Ohio- 1988 .727 (16-22) Shawn Thrower, NIU- 1981 .719 (23/32) Wally Szczerbiak, MIA- 1997 .710 (22/31) Allen Rayhorn, NIU- 1982 .710 (22/31) Casey Shaw, UT- 1996 .706 (24/34) Leon Williams, Ohio - 2005 .697 (23/33) Dan Majerle, CMU- 1987

3- Point Field Goals Made

Free Throws Attempted

21 15 14 13 12 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10

59 46 43 32 32 30 29 29 29 28 28 27

Jason Stewart, MIA - 2000 Billy Butts, BSU - 1990 Derrick Dials, EMU - 1998 Mychal Green, Ohio - 2006 Anthony Wilkins, KSU - 2003 Armon Bassett, Ohio - 2010 Steve McNees, UA -- 2009 Armon Gates, KSU - 2006 Sam Brown, UT - 1993 J.R. Wallace, CMU - 2003 Will Regan, UB - 2013 Billy Butts, BSU - 1989 Sammy Villegas, UT - 2004

Free Throw Pct. (Min. 15 Attempts)

3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted

42 29 27 24 24 23 23 23 23 22 22

Jason Stewart, MIA - 2000 Keith McLeod, BGSU - 2002 Armon Bassett, Ohio - 2010 Derrick Dial, EMU - 1998 Chad Kamstra, UT - 2000 Darrick Brooks, WMU - 1993 Brian Tolbert, EMU - 1995 Anthony Wilkins, KSU - 2003 Sammy Villegas, UT - 2004 Earl Boykins, EMU - 1998 Ronald Blackshear, MAR - 2002

3-Pt. Field Goal Pct.

.789 (15/19) .733 (11/15) .727 (8/11) .700 (7/10) .700 (7/10) .700 (7/10) .684 (13/19) .666 (8/12) .636 (7/11) .615 (8/13) .611 (11/18) .609 (14/23)

Billy Butts, BSU- 1990 Armon Gates, KSU - 2006 Patrick Jackson, BSU- 2001 D.J. Bosse, KSU- 1997 T.J. Meerman, CMU- 2003 Sean Smiley UB - 2010 Mychal Green, Ohio - 2006 Landon Hackim, MIA-1995 Matt Kramer, MIA-1993 Landon Hackim, MIA-1996 Steve McNees, UA -- 2009 Derrick Dial, EMU-1999

Free Throws Made

49 37 33 25 25 25 24 24 23 23 23

Armon Bassett, Ohio - 2010 Ron Lewis, BGSU - 2003 Chris Kaman, CMU - 2003 David Kool, WMU - 2010 Dan Palombizio, BSU - 1986 Keith McLeod, BGSU - 2002 Ron Harper, MIA - 1985 Keith McLeod, BGSU - 2001 Brandon Hunter, Ohio - 2001 Alex Shorts, MIA, - 2001 Rashon Brown, UA - 2002

Armon Bassett, Ohio - 2010 Chris Kaman, CMU - 2003 Ron Lewis, BGSU - 2003 Brandon Hunter, Ohio - 2001 Keith McLeod, BGSU - 2002 Dan Palombizio, BSU - 1986 Ron Harper, MIA - 1985 Dan Majerle, CMU - 1989 Keith McLeod, BGSU - 2001 David Kool, WMU - 2010 John Reimold, BGSU - 2005 Shaun Stonerook, Ohio - 2000

1.000 (15-15) 1.000 (15-15) 1.000 (15-15) .944 (17-18) .941 (16-17) .941 (16-17) .933 (14-15) .913 (21-23) .909 (20-22) .895 (17-19) .892 (25-28) .889 (16-18) .885 (23-26)

Michael Bramos, Miami - 2008 Dave Jamerson, Ohio- 1988 Jamie Matthews, BSU-1993 David Kool, WMU-2007 Justin Ingram, UT - 2006 Ray McCallum, BSU -1981 Josh Almanson, BG - 2005 Trevor Huffman, KSU-2001 Danny Horace, MIA - 2005 Anthony Taylor, MIA - 2000 David Kool, WMU - 2010 Kevin Warzynski, KSU - 2006 Alex Shorts, MIA- 2001

Steals 14 Dennis Whitaker, Ohio - 1988 13 Jamie Matthews, BSU - 1993 12 Craig Thames, UT - 1996 11 Grant Long,EMU - 1988 11 Duane Clemons, BSU - 2000 11 Sonny Troutman, Ohio - 2005 11 Daniel Gilbert, UB - 2005 10 Bonzi Wells, BSU- 1998 10 Earl Boykins, EMU - 1998 9 Justin Ingram, UT - 2006 9 Ron Harper, MIA - 1986 9 Damon frierson, MIA - 1999 9 Jay Bates, NIU - 2003 9 Anthony Kann, WMU - 2004 Blocks 15 Patrick Flomo, Ohio - 2001 13 Lonnie Jones, BSU - 2000 12 Chris Kaman, CMU - 2003 11 Allen Rayhorn, NIU - 1982

Rebounds

45 41 39 39 38 36 36 34 34 33 33 32 31

Leon Williams, Ohio - 2005 Chris Kaman, CMU - 2003 Nate Linhart, UA -- 2009 Devon Davis, MIA - 1997 Allen Rayhorn, NIU - 1981 John Devereaux, Ohio - 1983 Shaun Stonerook, Ohio - 2000 Wally Szczerbiak, MIA - 1998 Steve Payne, BSU - 1993 Dick Miller, UT- 1980 Dan Palombizio, BSU - 1986 Chris McKnight, UA -- 2009 Anthony Kann, WMU - 2004

Assists

33 29 28 23 21 20 19 19 17 17 16 16 16 16 16 16

Tim Reiser, UT - 1981 Earl Boykins, EMU - 1998 David Greer, BGSU - 1982 Cornelius Jackson, MAR - 2000 Jay Bryant, NIU - 1980 D.J. Cooper, Ohio - 2010 Tony Watson, UB - 2013 Jay Bates, NIU - 2003 Kashif Payne, UT - 2006 Antonio Chatman, Ohio - 2006 D.J. Cooper, Ohio - 2013 Tim Dillon, NIU - 1982 John Mansbury, BSU - 1983 Jamie Mercurio, MIA - 1990 Rob Mestas, MIA - 2000 DeAndre Haynes, KSU - 2004

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MAC Tournament Records Team Records (Tournament) Points 312 301 294 298 283 277 267 265 260 257 255 255

UB Ohio UA UT EMU Ohio BSU UT WMU MIA Ohio MIA

2005 2010 2009 2006 1998 2005 1986 2004 2004 2001 1994 1997

Field Goals Made 111 UB 107 UT 110 EMU 100 Toledo 98 Miami 96 Ohio 93 Ohio 93 Ball State 92 Ball State 91 Akron 90 BSU 89 Ohio 89 Miami 89 WMU

2005 2006 1998 1981 1997 1994 2010 1981 1986 2009 1980 2005 2001 2004

Field Goals Attempted 241 UB 217 UA 216 UT 205 EMU 205 Miami 204 Ohio 202 Ohio 194 WMU 193 Ball State 186 Ohio

2005 2009 2006 1998 2000 2010 2005 2004 1980 1994

Field Goal Percentage .609 MIA, (98/161) .594 BSU, (92/155) .587 EMU, (64/109) .558 UT, (86/154) .556 Ohio, (74/133) .549 UT, (100/182) .543 MIA, (70/129) .542 Miami, (83/153) .538 BSU, (63/117) .537 NIU, (88/164) .537 EMU, (110/205)

1997 1986 1987 1996 1983 1981 2007 1985 1983 1981 1998

3-Point Shots Made 39 UA 37 MIA 3 1 UB 29 Ohio 29 UT 28 EMU 28 CMU 27 BSU 26 UA 25 Ohio 25 KSU

2009 2000 2005 2006 2006 1998 2003 2001 2010 2010 2004

3-Point Shots Attempted 93 Akron 89 MIA 89 UB 86 UT 72 UB 71 UA 70 Ohio 68 Ohio 63 Ohio 62 EMU 61 KSU

2009 2000 2005 2006 2013 2010 2005 2006 2010 1998 2004

3-Point Percentage (.667) 8/12 (.667) 20/30 (.632) 12/19 (.563) 9/16 (.553) 8/15 (.551) 27/49 (.545) 6/11 (.545) 18/33 (.519) 14/27 (.516) 16/31

2010 1990 1988 2009 2002 2001 2007 2003 1989 1989

BGSU BSU WMU NIU UB BSU UB BGSU BSU EMU

Free Throws Made 90 Ohio 83 BSU 81 Ohio 74 CMU 74 WMU 73 UA 67 Miami 66 BSU 66 UT 65 BSU

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2010 1986 2005 2003 2004 2009 1985 1990 2004 1993

Free Throws Attempted 115 Ohio 114 Ohio 112 UA 112 BSU 97 CMU 94 UT 90 Miami 88 WMU 85 Ohio 84 Ohio 84 Ohio 82 Kent State 82 BSU Free Throw Percentage .903 BSU (28/31) .895 EMU (17/19) .880 EMU (22/25) .838 BSU (57/68) .841 WMU (74-88) .833 BSU (65/78) .830 MAR (44/53) .830 MIA (39/47) .821 MIA (23/28) .818 UB (45/55) .818 WMU (45/55) Rebounds 158 UA 149 Ohio 148 UB 131 MIA 130 Ohio 123 WMU 122 Ohio 122 MIA 121 UA 121 UT 121 MIA

2010 2005 2009 1986 2003 2004 1985 2004 1983 2000 2001 1984 1990

1983 1987 1992 1981 2004 1993 2003 2005 2009 2006 2007

Most Points - First Half 51 MIA vs UT 5 1 UT vs. CMU 51 CMU vs UT 49 OU vs UB 48 CMU vs NIU 47 MIA vs EMU 47 UT vs UB 46 MAR vs EMU 45 EMU vs WMU 44 EMU vs UT 44 UB vs UT

3-09-90 3-08-04 3-08-04 3-05-01 3-13-03 3-08-97 3-11-04 3-08-04 3-11-88 2-28-98 3-11-04

Most Points - Second Half 58 WMU vs MAR 57 Miami vs Toledo 55 EMU vs Ohio 55 MAR vs NIU 54 EMU vs UT 53 KSU vs UA 52 Ohio vs UB 51 BG vs UT 50 EMU vs WMU 50 UT vs UB

3-11-04 3-9-90 3-12-88 3-4-02 2-28-98 2-28-98 3-5-01 3-4-97 3-11-88 3-11-04

2009 2010 2005 2000 2005 2004 1994 2001 2010 2006 1998

Widest Margin Of Victory 45 KSU (88), UT (43) 1989 36 UT (89), EMU (53) 2002 34 WMU (96), MAR (62) 2004 32 BSU (89), NIU (57) 2001 31 Ohio (87), WMU (56) 1994 30 MIA (90), EMU (6) 1994 29 Ohio (82), CMU (53) 2006 29 UA (82), CMU (53) 2007 28 MIA (108), UT (80) 1990 28 MIA (77), KSU (49) 1995 28 MIA (81), BG (53) 1996

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MAC Postseason History MAC Tournament Records Team (Appearances) Akron (18) Ball State (32) Bowling Green (30) Buffalo (14) Central Michigan (21) Eastern Michigan (32) Kent State (30) *Marshall (8) Miami (32) Northern Illinois (19) Ohio (32) Toledo (29) Western Michigan (28) *No longer in the MAC

W 20 37 18 11 14 24 34 5 37 10 37 26 20

NCAA Tournament Records

L Pct. 13 26 31 14 19 28 25 8 28 18 26 28 29

.606 .587 .367 .440 .424 .462 .576 .385 .569 .357 .587 .481 .408

Team (Years Participated)

APP

W

L PCT

Akron (1986-2009-11-13)

4

0

4

.000

Ball State (1981-86-89-90-93-95-00)

7

3

7

.300

Bowling Green (1959-62-63-68)

4

1

5

.167

Central Michigan (1975-77-87-03)

4

3

4

.429

Eastern Michigan (1988-91-96-98)

4

3

4

.429

Kent State (1999-01-02-06-08)

5

4

5

.444

Marshall (1956)*

1

0

1

.000

17

6

19

.240

Miami (1953-55-57-58-66-69-71-73 -78-84-85-86-92-95-97-99-07) Northern Illinois (1982)*

1

0

1

.000

Ohio (1960-61-64-65-70-72 -74-83-85-94-05-10-12)

13

7

14

.333

Toledo (1954-67-79-80)

4

1

4

.200

Western Michigan (1976-98-04)

3

2

3

.400

Totals

67

30

71

.297

*Only includes appearances as member of MAC

MAC Tournament Titles Ball State - 7 — 1981,1986, 1989, 1990,1993, 1995, 2000 Ohio - 6 — 1983, 1985, 1994, 2005, 2010, 2012 Kent State - 5 — 1999, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2008 Eastern Michigan - 4 — 1988, 1991, 1996, 1998 Miami - 4 — 1984, 1992, 1997, 2007 Akron - 3 -- 2009, 2011 ,2013 Central Michigan - 2 — 1987, 2003 Northern Illinois - 1 — 1982

NIT Tournament Records Team (Years Participated)

APP

W

L PCT

Akron (2006-08-12)

3

2

3

.400

3

4

.429

Ball State (1991-92-98-02)

4

Bowling Green (1954-80-8390-91-97-00-02-09)

9

1

9

.100

Buffalo (2005)

1

1

1

.500

Central Michigan (1979)

1

0

1

.000

Cincinnati (1951)*

1

0

1

.000

Eastern Michigan (1995)

1

0

1

.000

Toledo - 1 — 1980

Kent State (1985-89-90-00-03-04-05-10-11) 9

5

9

.357

Western Michigan - 1 — 2004

Marshall (1967-68)*

2

3

.400

2

Miami (1970-93-94-96-05-06)

6

2

6

.250

Ohio (1969-86-95-13)

4

2

4

.333

Toledo (1981-99-01-04-07)

5

2

5

.286

Western Michigan (1992-03-05)

3

2

3

.400

Total

50

22

51

.301

*Only includes appearances as member of MAC

Ohio won the 1993 Preseason NIT, the only MAC team in history to capture the event. The Bobcats defeated Ohio State (78-67) in Columbus, Virginia (94-83) in Charlottesville, and both George Washington (82-76) and New Mexico State, 84-80 in overtime, at Madison Square Garden. The four wins propelled Ohio to a No. 14 national ranking and helped fuel the national prominence of forward Gary Trent, who declared early for the NBA Draft at the end of the season. Trent was name Tournament MVP for his 103 points in four games, an average of 25.8 ppg. He peaked with 33 points in the title game vs. the Aggies.

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NCAA Tournament History 2013 Detroit, Mich.

#5 VCU 88, #12 Akron 42

1997 Kansas City, Mo.

#4 Clemson 68, #13 MIAMI 56

Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind.

#9 Eastern Michigan 75, #8 Duke 63 #1 Connecticut 95, #9 Eastern Michigan 81

1996

2012 Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo.

#13 OHIO 65, #4 Michigan 60 #13 OHIO 62, #12 South Florida 56 #1 North Carolina 73, #13 OHIO 65 (OT)

2011 Chicago, Ill.

#3 Notre Dame 69 , #14 AKRON 56

1995 Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Memphis, Tenn.

#12 MIAMI 71, #5 Arizona 62 #4 Virginia 60, #12 MIAMI 54 (ot) #5 Arizona St. 81, #12 Ball State 66

Landover, Md.

#5 Indiana 84, #12 OHIO 72

2010 Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I.

#14 OHIO 97, #3 Georgetown 83 #6 Tennessee 83, #14 OHIO 68

2009 Portland, Ore.

1994 1993 Rosemont, Ill.

1992

#4 Gonzaga 77, #13 AKRON 64

2008 Spokane, Wash.

#8 UNLV 71 , #9 Kent State 58

Spokane, Wash.

#3 Oregon 58 , #14 MIAMI 56

2007

Cincinnati, Ohio

#4 North Carolina 68, #13 MIAMI 63

Sycacuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y.

#12 EASTERN MICHIGAN 76, #5 Mississippi St. 56 #12 EASTERN MICHIGAN 71, #13 Penn State 68(OT)

1991

East Rutherford, N.J. #1 North Carolina 93, #12 EASTERN MICHIGAN 67

2006 Detroit, Mich.

#5 Pittsburgh 79 , #12 KENT STATE 64

Nashville, Tenn.

#4 Florida 67 , #13 OHIO 62

2005

1990 Salt Lake City, Utah #12 BALL STATE 54, #5 Oregon State 53 Salt Lake City, Utah #12 BALL STATE 62, #4 Louisville 60 Oakland, Calif. #1 UNLV 69, #12 BALL STATE 67

1989

2004 Orlando, Fla.

#6 Vanderbilt 71, #11 WESTERN MICHIGAN 58

2003 Salt Lake City, Utah #11 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 79, #6 Creighton 73 Salt Lake City, Utah #3 Duke 86, #11 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 60

Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind.

#10 KENT STATE 69, #7 Oklahoma State 61 #10 KENT STATE 71, #2Alabama 58 #10 KENT STATE 78, #3 Pittsburgh 73 - ot #5 Indiana 81, #10 KENT STATE 69

2001 San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif.

Lincoln, Neb.

1987

1986 Baton Rouge, La. #3 Memphis State 95, #14 Ball State 63 Minneapolis, Minn. #7 Iowa State 81, #10 MIAMI 79 (OT)

1985 Notre Dame, Ind. Dayton, Ohio

Minneapolis, Minn. #6 UCLA 65, #11 BALL STATE, 57

1999 St. Louis, Mo. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Boston, Mass.

#3 Kentucky 58, #10 MIAMI 43 #10 MIAMI 66, #2 Utah 58 #10 MIAMI 59, #7 Washington 58 #6 Temple 61, #11 KENT STATE 54

Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Hartford, Conn.

#11WESTERN MICHIGAN 75, #6 Clemson 72 #3 Stanford 83, #11 Western Michigan 65 #4 Michigan State 83, #13 Eastern Michigan 71

1998

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#2 Pittsburgh 108, #15 Eastern Michigan 90

Salt Lake City, Utah #4 UCLA 92, #13 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 73

#13 KENT STATE 77, #4 Indiana 73 #5 Cincinnati 66, #13 KENT STATE 43

2000

#9 BALL STATE 68, #8 Pittsburgh 64 #1 llinois 72, #9 BALL STATE 60

1988

2002 Greenville, S.C. Greenville, S.C. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky.

#2 Kansas 94, #15 BALL STATE 72

#3 Kansas 49, #14 OHIO 38 #5 Maryland 69, #12 MIAMI 68 (OT)

1984 Pulman, Wash.

#9 SMU 83, #8 MIAMI 69

1983 Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla.

#11 OHIO 51, #6 Illinois State 49 #3 Kentucky 57, #11 OHIO 40

1982 Dallas, Texas

#5 Kansas State 77, #12 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 68

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NCAA Tournament History 1979 Bloomington, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind.

1964

#5 TOLEDO 74, #4 Iowa 72 #1 Notre Dame 79, #5 Toledo 71

Evanston, Ill. OHIO 71, Louisville 69 Minneapolis, Minn. OHIO 85, Kentucky 69 Minneapolis, Minn. Michigan 69, OHIO 57+

1978 Indianapolis, Ind. Dayton, Ohio

1963

MIAMI 84, Marquette 81 (OT) Kentucky 91, MIAMI 69

Evanston, Ill. BOWLING GREEN 77, Notre Dame 72 East Lansing, Mich. Illinois 71, BOWLING GREEN 68 East Lansing, Mich. Miss. St. 65, BOWLING GREEN 60*

1977 Bloomington, Ind.

UNC-Charlotte 91, CENTRAL MICHIGAN 85 (OT)

1976 South Bend, Ind. Baton Rouge, La.

WESTERN MICHIGAN 77, VA Tech 67 (OT) Marquette 62, WESTERN MICHIGAN 57

1975 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Terre Haute, Ind.

1962 Lexington, Ky.

CENTRAL MICHIGAN 77, Georgetown 75 Kentucky 90, CENTRAL MICHIGAN 73 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 88, Oregon St. 87* Marquette 85, OHIO 59

1961 Louisville, Ky.

Louisville 76, OHIO 70

Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky.

OHIO 74, Notre Dame 66 Georgia Tech 57, OHIO 54 Western Kentucky 97, OHIO 87*

1960

1974 Terre Haute, Ind.

Marquette 85, OHIO 59

Dayton, Ohio

Marquette 77, MIAMI 62

Knoxville, Tenn.

Marquette 73, OHIO 49

1959 Lexington, Ky.

Marquette 89, BOWLING. GREEN 71

Evanston, Ill. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky.

MIAMI 82, Pittsburgh 77 Kentucky 94, MIAMI 70 Indiana 98, MIAMI 91*

1973

1972

1971 South Bend, Ind.

Dayton, Ohio

1958

1957 Columbus, Ohio

Notre Dame 89, MIAMI 77

Fort Wayne, Ind.

Morehead St. 107, MARSHALL 92

Marquette 62, MIAMI 47

1970

1956

Notre Dame 112, OHIO 82

1969 Carbondale, Ill. Madison, Wis. Madison, Wis.

MIAMI 63, Notre Dame 60 Purdue 91, MIAMI 71 Kentucky 72, MIAMI 71*

Kent, Ohio

Marquette 72, BOWLING GREEN 71

1955 Lexington, Ky.

Lexington, Ky.

Marquette 90, MIAMI 79

1954 Fort Wayne, Ind.

Penn State 62, TOLEDO 50

Fort Wayne, Ind.

DePaul 74, MIAMI 72

1968

1967

Butler 56, BOWLING GREEN 55

1953

+Regional championship game; *Regional consolation game

Virginia Tech 82, TOLEDO 76

1966 Kent, Ohio

Dayton 58, MIAMI 51

1965 Bowling Green, Ky. Dayton 66, OHIO 65

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NIT Tournament History Year

Round

Score

Year

Round

Score

2013

First

at Denver 61, OHIO 57

2012

First

at Northwestern 76, AKRON 74

1991

First First

at Wisconsin 87, BOWLING GREEN 79 (OT) at Cincinnati 82, BALL STATE 55

2011

First

KENT STATE 71, at St. Marys 70 KENT STATE 72, at Fairfield 68 at COLORADO 81, Kent State 74

1990

First First

at St. Louis 85, KENT STATE 74 at Cincinnati 75, BOWLING GREEN 60

1989

First

Michigan State 83, KENT STATE 69 (at Detroit)

2010

First Second

at KENT STATE 75, Tulsa 74 at Illinois 75, Kent State 58

1986

First

Ohio State 65, at OHIO 62

2009

First

CREIGHTON 73, Bowling Green 71

1985

First

at Cincinnati 77, KENT STATE 61

2008

First Second

AKRON 65, Florida State 60 (2 OT) UMASS 68, Akron 63

1983

First

Michigan State 72, BOWLING GREEN 71

2007

First

FLORIDA STATE 77, at Toledo 61

1981

First Second

at TOLEDO 91, American 83 at Michigan 80, TOLEDO 68

2006

First Second

AKRON 80, at Temple 73 at Butler 53, MIAMI 52 at Creighton 71, AKRON 60

1980

First

at Minnesota 64, BOWLING GREEN 50

1979 1970

First First

at Purdue 97, CENTRAL MICHIGAN 80 at St. John’s 70, MIAMI 57

2005

First Second

WESTERN MICHIGAN 54, at Marquette 40 TCU 60, at MIAMI 58 at BUFFALO 81, Drexel 76 (OT) at Western Kentucky 88, KENT STATE 80 (OT) at St. Joseph’s 55, BUFFALO 50 TCU 78, at WESTERN MICHIGAN 76 (OT)

1969 1968

First Quarterfinals First

OHIO 82, West Texas State 80 Tennessee 75, OHIO 64 St. Peter’s 102, MARSHALL 93 (2 OT)

2004

First

at Marquette 87, TOLEDO 72 West Virginia 65, at KENT STATE 54

1967

First Quarterfinals Semifinals Consolation

MARSHALL 70, Villanova 68 (OT) MARSHALL 119, Nebraska 88 Marquette 83, MARSHALL 78 Rutgers 93, MARSHALL 76

2003

First Second

at WMU 63, Illinois-Chicago 62 College of Charleston 71, at KENT STATE 66 at Siena 68, WMU 62

1954

First Quarterfinals

*BOWLING GREEN 88, Wichita State 84 *W. Kentucky 95, BOWL.ING GREEN 81

2002

First Second Third Quarterfinals

at BALL STATE 98, South Florida 92 at Butler 81, Bowling Green 69 BALL STATE 76, at St. Joseph’s 54 BALL STATE 75, at LSU 65 at South Carolina 82, BALL STATE 47

1951

First

*St. Bonavernture 70, CINCINNATI, 67 (2OT)

2001

First Second

at TOLEDO 76, South Alabama 67 at Alabama 79, TOLEDO 69

2000

First First Second Third

1999

The following appearances by Bowling Green were prior to its joining the Mid-American Conference in 1954. 1949

First Quarterfinals Semifinals Consolation

*BOWLING GREEN 77, St. John’s 64 *BOWLING GREEN 80, St. Louis 74 *San Francisco 49, BOWL ING GREEN 39 *BOWLING GREEN 82, Bradley 77

at Kent State 73, Rutgers 62 at BYU 81, Bowling Green 54 Kent State 81, at Villanova 67 at Penn State 81, Kent State 74

1948

First

*St. Louis 69, BOWLING GREEN 53

First

Xavier 86, at TOLEDO 84

1946

First

1998

First

at Memphis 90, BALL STATE 67

1997

First

at West Virginia 98, BOWLING GREEN 95

1945

First *BOWLING GREEN 60, Rensselaer Poly 45 Semifinals *BOWLING GREEN 57, St. John’s 44 Championship *DePaul 71, BOWLING GREEN 54

1996

First

at Fresno State 58, MIAMI 57

1944

First

1995

First Second First

at OHIO 83, George Washington 71 at Iowa 66, OHIO 62 at Bradley 86, EASTERN MICHIGAN 85 (2 OT)

1943

First *TOLEDO 54, Manhattan 47 Semifinals *TOLEDO 46, Washington & Jefferson 39 Championship *St. John’s 48, TOLEDO 27

1994

First

at Xavier 80, MIAMI 68

1993

First Second Quarterfinals

MIAMI 56, at Ohio State 53 at MIAMI 60, Old Dominion 58 at Georgetown 66, MIAMI 53

1942

First Semifinals Consolation

1992

First First

at Notre Dame 63, WESTERN MICHIGAN 56 at Utah 72, BALL STATE 57

1941

First *OHIO 55, Duquesne 40 Semifinals *OHIO 45, CCNY 43 Championship *Long Island 56, OHIO 42

The following are appearances by current MAC members prior to the formation of the Mid-American Conference *Rhode Island 82, BOWLING GREEN 79 (OT)

*St. John’s 44, BOWLING GREEN 40

*TOLEDO 82, Rhode Island 71 *West Virginia 51, TOLEDO 39 *Creighton 48, TOLEDO 46

* at Madison Square Garden

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Postseason History Akron

Buffalo

Prior to joining the MAC in 1992

NCAA (0-4)

NCAA (0-0) Year

Year

Opponent

Results

Site

1986 2009 2011 2013

Michigan Gonzaga Notre Dame VCU

L, 70-64 L, 64-77 L, 56-69 L, 42-88

Minneapolis, Minn. Portland, Ore. Chicago, Ill. Detroit, Mich.

Results

Site

NIT (2-5) Year

Opponent

1987 1989 2006 2006 2008 2008 2012

Illinois State Ohio State Temple Creighton Florida State UMASS Northwestern

L, 79-72 L, 81-70 W, 80-73 L, 60-71 W, 65-60 (2ot) L, 63-68 L, 74-76

College Basketball Invitational (0-1)

Normal, Illinois Columbus, Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. Omaha, Neb. Tallahassee, Fla. Amherst, Mass. Evanston, Ill.

Year

Opponent

Results

Site

2010

UW-Green Bay

L, 66-70

Akron, Ohio

Results

Site

Ball State

NCAA (3-7) Year

Opponent

1981 1986 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1993 1995 2000

Boston College Memphis State Illinois Pittsburgh UNLV Louisville Oregon St. Kansas Arizona St. UCLA

NIT (3-4) Year

Opponent

1991 1992 1998 2002 2002 2002 2002

Cincinnati Utah Memphis South Florida St. Joseph’s LSU South Carolina

L, 93, 90 L, 95-63 L, 72-60 W, 68-64 L, 69-67 W, 62-60 W, 54-53 L, 94-72 L, 81-66 L, 57-65 Results

L, 82-55 L, 72-57 L, 90-67 W, 98-92 W, 76-54 W, 75-65 L, 47-82

Tuscaloosa, Ala. Baton Rouge, La. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Oakland, Calif. Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City , Utah Chicago, Ill. Memphis, Tenn. Minneapolis, Minn. Site

Cincinnati, Ohio Salt Lake City, Utah Memphis, Tenn. Muncie, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. Baton Rouge, La. Columbia, S.C.

Bowling Green NCAA (1-5) Year

Opponent

1959 1962 1963 1963 1963 1968

Marquette Butler Notre Dame Illinios Miss. St Marquette

NIT (1-8 MAC, 6-13 overall) Year Opponent Prior to joining the MAC (5-5)

1944 1945 1945 1945 1946 1948 1949 1949 1949 1949

St. John’s Rensselaer Poly St. John’s De Paul Rhode Island St. Louis San Francisco Bradley St. John’s St. Louis

Result

L, 89-71 L, 56-55 W, 77-72 L, 71-68 L, 65-60 L, 72-71 Results

Site

Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. East Lansing, Mich. East Lansing, Mich. Kent, Ohio Site

L, 44-40 W, 60-45 W, 57-44 L, 71-54 L, 82-79 OT L, 69-53 L, 49-34 W, 82-77 W, 77-64 W, 80-74

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

W, 88-84 L, 95-81 L, 64-50 L, 72-71 L, 75-60 L, 87-79 OT L, 98-95 L, 54-81 L, 69-81 L, 71-73

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Bowling Green, Ohio Lansing, Mich. Cincinnati, Ohio Madison, Wis. Morgantown, W.Va. Provo, Utah Indianapolis, Ind. Omaha, Neb.

As a MAC member (1-8)

1954 1954 1980 1983 1990 1991 1997 2000 2002 2009

Wichita State Western Kentucky Minnesota Michigan St. Cincinnati Wisnconsin West Virgina Brigham Young Butler Creighton

CollegeInsider.Com Tournament (2-1) Year

Opponent

Results

Site

2012

Oakland

L, 69-86

Rochester, Mich.

Opponent

NIT (1-1) Year

Opponent

2005 2005

Dexel St. Joseph’s

Results

Site

Results

Site

W, 81-76 (OT) L, 50-55

CollegeInsider.Com Tournament (2-1) Year

Opponent

2011 2011 2011 2012 2012

Quinnipiac Western Michigan Iona American Oakland

Results

W, 75-68 W, 49-48 L, 63-78 W, 78-61 L, 76-84

Buffalo, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Site

Hamden, Conn. Kalamazoo, Mich. New Rochelle, N.Y. Washington, D.C. Rochester, Mich.

Central Michigan NCAA (3-4) Year

Opponent

1975 1975 1975 1977 1987 2003 2003

Georgetown Kentucky Oregon St. UNC Charlotte UCLA Creighton Duke

NIT (0-1)

Results

W, 77-75 L, 90-73 W, 88-87 L, 91-85 L, 92-73 W, 79-73 L, 86-60

Site

Tuscaloosa, Ala Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Bloomington, Ind. Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah

Year

Opponent

Results

Site

1979

Purdue

L, 97-80

West Lafayette, Ind.

Results

Site

Eastern Michigan NCAA (3-4) Year

Opponent

1988 1991 1991 1991 1996 1996 1998

Pittsburg Mississippi St. Penn State North Carolina Duke Connecticut Michigan St.

NIT (0-1) Year

Opponent

1995

Bradley

L, 103-90 W, 76-56 W, 71-68 OT L, 93-67 W, 75-63 L, 95-81 L, 83-71 Results

L, 86-85 2 OT

Lincoln, Neb. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. East Rutherford, N.J. Indianapolis, Ind Indianapolis, Ind. Hartford, Conn. Site

Peoria, Ill.

Kent State NCAA (4-5) Year

Opponent

1999 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2006 2008

Temple Indiana Cincinnati Oklahoma State Alabama Pittsburgh Indiana Pittsburgh UNLV

NIT (5-9)

Results

L, 61-54 W, 77-73 L, 43-66 W, 69-61 W, 71-58 W, 78-73 OT L, 69-81 L, 64-79 L, 58-71

Year

Opponent

1985 1989 1990 2000 2000 2000 2003 2004 2005 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011

Cincinnati L, 77-61 Michigan State L, 83-69 St. Louis L, 85-74 Rutgers W, 73-62 Villanova W, 81-67 Penn State L, 81-74 College of Charleston L, 71-66 West Virginia L,65-54 Western Kentucky L, 80-88 (OT) Tulsa W, 75-74 Illinois L, 74-80 St. Mary’s W, 71-70 Fairfield W, 72-68 Colorado L, 74-81

Result

CollegeInsider.Com Tournament (1-2) Year

Opponent

2012 2013 2013

USC Upstate Fairfield Loyola (Md.)

Results

L, 58-73 W, 73-71 L, 59-73

Site

Boston, Mass. San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Greenville, S.C. Greenville, S.C. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Detroit, Mich. Omaha, Neb. Site

Cincinnati, Ohio Detroit, Mich. St. Louis, Mo. Kent, Ohio Villanova, Pa. State College, Pa. Kent, Ohio Kent, Ohio Bowling Green, Ky. Kent, Ohio Champaign, Ill. Moraga, Calif. Fairfield, Conn. Boulder, Colo. Site

Spartanburg, S.C. Kent, Ohio Baltimore, Md.

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NIT (2-4 MAC, 4-5 overall)

NCAA (6-19) Year

Opponent

1953 1955 1957 1958 1958 1958 1966 1969 1969 1969 1971 1973 1978 1978 1984 1985 1986 1992 1995 1995 1997 1999 1999 1999 2007

DePaul Marquette Notre Dame Pittsburgh Kentucky Indiana Dayton Notre Dame Purdue Kentucky Marquette Marquette Kentucky Marquette SMU Maryland Iowa St. North Carolina Arizona Virgina Clemson Kentucky Utah Washington Oregon

Results

L, 74-72 L, 90-79 L, 89-77 W, 77-82 L, 94-70 L, 98-91 L, 58-51 W, 63-60 L, 91-71 L, 72-71 L, 62-47 L, 77-62 L, 91-69 W, 84-81 OT L, 83-69 L, 69-68 OT L, 81-79 OT L, 68-63 W, 71-61 L, 60-54 L, 68-56 L, 58-43 W, 66-58 W, 59-58 L, 56-58

Site

Fort Wayne, Ind. Lexington, Ky. Columbus, Ohio Evanston, Ill. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Kent, Ohio Carbondale, Ill. Madison, Wis. Madison, Wis. South Bend, Ind. Dayton, Ohio. Dayton, Ohio Indianapolis, Ind. Pulman, Wash. Dayton, Ohio Minneapolis, Minn. Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Spokane, Wash.

NIT (2-6) Year

Opponent

1970 1993 1993 1993 1994 1996 2005 2006

St. Johns Ohio State Old Dominion Georgetown Xavier Fresno St. TCU Butler

Results

L, 70-57 W, 56-53 W, 60-58 L, 66-53 L, 80-68 L, 58-57 L, 58-60 L, 52-53

Site

New York, N.Y. Columbus, Ohio Oxford, Ohio Fairfax, Va. Cincinnati, Ohio Fresno, Calif. Oxford, Ohio Indianapolis, Ind.

College Basketball Invitational (0-1) Year

Opponent

Results

Site

2008 2011

Tulsa Rhode Island

L, 45-61 L, 59-76

Tulsa, Okla. Kingston, R.I.

Northern Illinois NCAA (0-1 MAC, 0-3 overall)

Year Opponent As a MAC member

1969 1969 1986 1995 1995 2013

West Texas St. Tennessee Ohio State George Wash. Iowa Denver

Results

W, 82-80 L, 75-64 L, 65-62 W, 83-71 L, 66-62 L, 57-61

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Athens, Ohio Athens, Ohio Iowa City, Iowa Denver, Colo.

W, 55-40 W, 45-43 L, 56-42

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

Prior to joining MAC

1941 1941 1941

Duquesne CCNY Long Island

College Basketball Invitational (1-1) Year

Opponent

2008 2008

Brown Bradley

Results

W, 80-74 L, 73-79

CollegeInsider.Com Tournament (1-1) Year

Opponent

2011 2011

Marshall East Tennessee State

Results

W, 65-64 L, 73-82

NCAA (1-4) Year

Opponent

1954 1967 1979 1979 1980

Penn State Virgina Tech. Iowa Notre Dame Florida State

NIT (2-4 MAC, 5-8 overall) Year Opponent As a MAC member

1981 1981 1999 2001 2001 2004 2007

American Michigan Xavier South Alabama Alabama Marquette Florida State

Results

L, 62-50 L, 82-76 W, 74-72 L, 79-71 L, 94-91 Results

W, 91-83 L, 80-68 L, 86-84 W, 76-67 ot L, 69-79 L, 87-72 L, 61-77

1942 1942 1942 1943 1943 1943

Rhode Island West Virgina Creighton Manhatten Wash. Jefferson St. John’s

W, 82-71 L, 51-46 L, 48-46 W, 54-47 W, 46-39 L, 48-27

1982

L, 77-68

Dallas, Texas

CollegeInsider.Com Tournament(1-0) Year

Opponent

L, 75-68 L, 74-73

Dayton, Ohio Richmond, Va.

2012 2012

McNeese State Robert Morris

1991 1996

St. John’s Texas Tech

Athens, Ohio Peoria, Ill. Site

Huntington, W.Va. Johnson City, Tenn.

Site

Fort Wayne, Ind. Lexington, Ky. Bloomington , Ind. Indianapolis , Ind. Bowling Green, Ky. Site

Toledo, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich. Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Tuscaloosa, Ala. Milwaukee, Wis. Tallahassee, Fla.

Prior to joining MAC

Site

Kansas State

Site

Toledo

Year Opponent Results As a MAC member (1975-85, 1997- pr.) Prior to rejoining MAC in 1997

Site

Results

W, 76-63 L, 51-69

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Site

Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio

Western Michigan

Ohio

NCAA (2-3)

NCAA (7-14) Year

Opponent

1960 1960 1960 1961 1964 1964 1964 1965 1970 1972 1974 1983 1983 1985 1994 2005 2010 2010 2012 2012 2012

Notre Dame Georgia Tech Western Kentucky Louisville Louisville Kentucky Michigan Dayton Notre Dame Marquette Marquette Illinios State Kentucky Kansas Indiana Florida Georgetown Tennessee Michigan South Florida North Carolina

Results

W, 74-66 L, 57-54 L, 97-87 L, 76-70 W, 71-69 W, 85-69 L, 69-57 L, 66-65 L, 112-82 L, 73-49 L, 85-59 W, 51-49 L, 57-40 L, 49-38 L, 84-72 L, 62-67 W, 97-83 L, 68-83 W, 65-60 W, 62-56 L, 65-73 (ot)

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Year

Opponent

Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Evanston, Ill. Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Bowling Green, Ky. Dayton, Ohio Knoxville, Tenn. Terre Haute, Ind. Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. South Bend, Ind. Landover, Md. Nashville, Tenn. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo.

1976 1976 1998 1998 2004

Virgina Tech Marquette Clemson Stanford Vanderbilt

NIT (2-3) Year

Opponent

1992 2003 2003 2005 2005

Notre Dame Illinois-Chicago Siena Marquette TCU

Results

W, 77-67 OT L, 62-57 W, 75-72 L, 83-65 L, 71-58 Results

L, 63-56 W, 63-62 L, 68-62 W, 54-40 L, 76-78 (OT)

CollegeInsider.Com Tournament (1-1) Year

Opponent

2011 2011

Tennessee Tech Buffalo

Results

W, 74-66 L, 48-49

College Basketball Invitational (2-1) Year

Opponent

2013 2013 2013

North Dakota State Wyoming George Mason

Results

W, 72-71 W, 75-67 L, 52-62

Site

South Bend, Ind. Baton Rouge, La. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Orlando, Fla. Site

Notre Dame, Ind. Kalamazoo, Mich. Albany, N.Y. Milwaukee, Wis. Kalamazoo, Mich. Site

Kalamazoo, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. Site

Kalamazoo, Mich. Laramie, Wyo. Fairfax, Va.

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MAC Team Records All Games Most Victories 30 - KSU (30-6) 2001-02 29 ‑ Ball State (29-3), 1988-89 28 - Kent State (28-7), 2007-08 26 - Akron (26-7), 2012-13 26 - Akron (26-7), 2006-07 26 ‑ EMU (26-7), 1990-91 26 ‑ Ball State (26-7), 1989-90 26 - Ball State (26-7), 1992-93 26 - WMU (26-5), 2003-04 25 ‑ on four occasions Fewest Victories 2 ‑ KSU (2-19), 1961-62 2 ‑ WMU (2-20), 1958-59 Most Losses 28 - UT (4-28) 2010-11 28-UT (4-28) 2009-10 25 - EMU (3-25) 2000-01 25 - UT (7-25) 2008-09 24 - Ball State (6-24) 2007-08 24 - CMU (4-24) 2005-06 24 - Buffalo (5-24), 1998-99 24 - Buffalo (4-24), 2000-01 24 - EMU, (6-24), 2001-02 24 ‑ CMU (6-24), 2003-04 23 - on eight occasions Fewest Losses 2 ‑ Toledo (23-2), 1966-67 Longest Winning Streak (Single Season)

Offensive Average

Fewest Personal Fouls

Season: 93.3 - Marshall, 1955-56

Game: 4 ‑ Miami vs. KSU, 2-14-1958 Season: 355 ‑ Miami, 1962-63

Most Points Allowed Game: 127 ‑ WMU (126) vs. Marshall, 2000 Season: 2,569 - Ohio (37 games) 2009-2010 Best Defensive Average Season: 49.1 ‑ Butler, 1947-48 Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 130 ‑ WMU vs. Valparaiso, 1982 Season: 2,153 - Ohio, 2009-10 Most Field Goals Made Game: 58 ‑ Toledo (58-101) vs. Hillsdale, 1968 Season: 999 ‑ CMU, 1974-75 Best Field Goal Percentage Game: .769 ‑ CMU (30-39) vs. Fairfield, 11-26-83 Season: .535 ‑ Toledo (923-1724), 1979-80 .535 - Toledo (788-1473), 1983-84

MAC Games Only Most Victories 17 - KSU (17-1), 2001-02 16 ‑ Miami (16-2), 1994-95 16 ‑ Miami (16-2), 1985-86 16 ‑ Miami (16-2), 1983-84 15 - KSU (15-3), 2005-06 15 - Miami (15-3), 1998-99 15 ‑ Bowling Green (15-3), 1982-83 15 ‑ WMU (15-1), 1975-76 15 - WMU (15-3), 2003-04

Most Consecutive Fg Made

Best Record

Game: 16 ‑ BGSU vs. Duquesne, 1979 16 ‑ Toledo vs. CMU, 1980

12-0 ‑ Miami, 1957-58 12-0 ‑ Cincinnati, 1949-50

Most 3-Point FG Attempted Game: 44 ‑ Ohio vs. Duquesne, 1-07-2004 Season: 815 - BSU, 2001-02 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made Game: 20 ‑ Ohio vs. Duquesne, 1-07-2004 Season: 310 - BSU, 2001-02

Fewest Victories 0 ‑ Akron, 1995-96 0 ‑ Western Reserve, 1951-52 0 ‑ CMU, 1994-95

Best 3-Point Field Goal Percentage

Most Losses

Game: 1.000 ‑ Ball State (5-5) vs. UMES, 12-28-2009 Season: .465 ‑ Eastern Mich. (144-310), 1986-87

18 ‑ CMU (0-18), 1994-95 18 - Akron (0-18), 1995-96

21 - KSU, 2001-02 19 - Akron, 2012-13 18 ‑ WMU, 1975-76

Most Free Throws Attempted

Longest Winning Streak

Most Free Throws Made

21 - KSU, 2001-02 19 - Akron, 2012-13 19 ‑ WMU, 1974-75, 1975-76

Game: 53 ‑ Miami vs. Central Mich., 1-29-1992 Season: 608 - Ball State, 1992-93 Best Free Throw Percentage

Longest Losing Streak

Longest Losing Streak

Game: 1.000 ‑ BGSU (25-25) vs. EMU, 3-06-2004 Season: .784 ‑ KSU (592-755), 1988-89

18 ‑ Akron, 1995-96 18 - CMU, 1994-95 18 - Buffalo, 1999-00/2000-01

22 ‑ Akron, 1995-96 Largest Attendance Game: 42,440 - Miami vs. Kentucky 3-19-99, at Trans World Dome, St. Louis, Mo. Home Game: 14,102 ‑ BGSU at Ohio, 2-28-70 Home Season: 147,203 ‑ Toledo, 1980-81

Game: 65 ‑ Toledo vs. Howard 12-16-1991 Season: 966 ‑ Bowling Green, 1952-53

Most Consecutive FT Made

Longest Winning Streak 16 ‑ Miami, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-1959 15 - KSU, 2001-02 13 - Akron, 2012-13

Game: 25 ‑ BGSU vs. EMU, 3-06-2004 Largest Attendance

Most Rebounds Game: 97 ‑ Miami vs. KSU, 2-21-53 Season: 1,478 ‑ Ohio, 1964-65

Most Points

Best Rebounding Average

Game: 136 ‑ BGSU vs. Siena, 12-4-89 136 ‑ Toledo vs. Hillsdale, 12-2-67 Game (Two Teams): 253 - Marshall 127, WMU 126, 2000 Season: 2,763 - Ohio (37 games) 2009-10

Season: 61.3 ‑ Miami, 1952-53 Best Rebounding Margin Season: +8.6 ‑ Ball State, 1989-90 Most Personal Fouls

Game: 14,102 ‑ BGSU at Ohio, 2-28-1970 Home Season: 77,775 ‑ UT (18 games), 82-83 Most Points Game: 127 ‑ Marshall vs. WMU (126), 12-20-1999 Game (Both Teams): 253 ‑ Marshall 127, WMU (126), 12-20-1999

Game: 42 - Buffalo. vs. EMU, 3/3/03 Season: 695 ‑ Central Mich., 1991-92

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MAC Individual Records Points Most Points In A Game 60 ‑ Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. Charleston, 12-21-89 53 ‑Tommie Johnson (CMU) vs. Wright St. 12-22-87 52 ‑ Jim Darrow (BGSU) vs. Toledo, 1-13-60 52 ‑ Jim Darrow (BGSU) vs. Marshall, 2-27-60 52 ‑ Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. Kent, 2-24-90 51 - David Webber (CMU) vs. Ball State, 2-24-00 50 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU) vs. Niagara, 2-15-64 49 ‑ Ben Kelso (CMU) vs. Marshall, 1-13-73 49 ‑ Dan Potopsky (Kent) vs. WMU, 2-5-55 49 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU) vs. WMU, 2-22-64 48 ‑ Dan Potopsky (Kent) vs. Marshall, 1-17-55 48 ‑ Dan Potopsky (Kent) vs. Marshall, 1-29-56 48 - Chris Williams (BSU) vs. UA, 1-4-03 47 ‑ Steve Mix (UT), vs. Butler, 2-25-69 47 ‑ Paul Dawkins (NIU) vs. WMU, 2-28-79 47 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU) vs. DePaul, 3-5-64 46 - George Stone (MAR) vs. Nebraska, 1967 46 ‑ Jim Darrow (BGSU) vs. Hillsdale, 1959 46 ‑ Gene Ford (WMU) vs. Loyola, 2-4-69 46 ‑ Matt Hicks (NIU) vs. Wisc.-Green Bay, 12-3-75 46 ‑ Melvin McLaughlin (CMU) vs. BGSU, 3-2-83 46 ‑ Gary Trent (OU) vs. BGSU, 2-19-94 45 ‑ Manny Newsome (WMU) vs. Mich. St., 1964 45 ‑ Manny Newsome (WMU) vs. Toledo, 1964 45 ‑ Fred Moore (OU) vs. Marietta, 3-1-57 45 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU) vs. Marshall, 3-7-64 45 ‑ Ron Harper (MIA) vs. Ball State, 3-8-85 45 ‑ Tommie Johnson (CMU) vs. Ohio St., 1-2-88 45 ‑ Derrick Dial (EMU) vs. Marshall, 1-5-98 45 ‑ Earl Boykins (EMU) vs. WMU, 2-21-98 Most Points In A Game (Freshman) 44 ‑ Jimmal Ball (UA) v. Xavier, 12-21-96 Most Points In A Season 874 ‑ Dave Jamerson (OU), 1989-90 844 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU), 1963-64 837 ‑ Gary Trent (OU), 1993-94 775 - Wally Szczerbiak (MIA), 1998-99 772 ‑ Ron Harper (MIA), 1984-85 767 - Antonio Daniels (BGSU), 1996-97 762 ‑ Dan Palombizio (BSU), 1984-85 759 ‑ Dan Majerle (CMU), 1987-88 757 ‑ Ron Harper (MIA), 1985-86 755 - Keith McLeod (BGSU), 2001-02 746 ‑ Earl Boykins (EMU), 1997-98 736 - Chris Williams (BSU), 2002-03 714 - David Kool (WMU), 2009-10 712 ‑ Bonzi Wells (BSU), 1995-96 705 ‑ Jim Darrow (BGSU), 1959-60 704 ‑ Leo Byrd (MAR), 1958-59 699 - Criag Thames (UT), 1995-96 695 ‑ Paul Dawkins (NIU), 1978-79 694 - Chris Kaman (CMU), 2002-03 689 ‑ Grant Long (EMU), 1987-88 687 - Theron Smith (BSU), 2001-02 684 - George Stone (MAR), 1966-67 682 ‑ Matt Hicks (NIU), 1976-77 672 ‑ Wayne Embry (MIA), 1957-58 662 ‑ Bonzi Wells (BSU), 1997-98 659 ‑ Marcus Kennedy (EMU), 1990-91

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1,891 ‑ Derrick Dial (EMU), 1995-98 1,856 - Brandon Bowdry (EMU), 2006-11 1,848 ‑ Allen Rayhorn (NIU), 1979-82 1,847 - Wall Szczerbiak (MIA), 1995-99 1,834 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU), 1962-64 1,828 ‑ Devin Davis (MIA), 1994-97 1,820 - Trevor Huffman (KSU), 1998-02 1,804 - Keith Triplett (UT), 2001-05 1,803 - J.R. Van Hoose (MAR), 1998-02 1,792 - Tamar Slay (MAR), 1998-02 1,789 ‑ Antonio Daniels (BG), 1994-97 1,786 ‑ Manny Newsome (WMU), 1962-64 1,763 - Girodan Watson (CMU), 2004-08 1,749 ‑ Paul Dawkins (NIU), 1976-79 1,743 ‑ Booker James (WMU), 1984-87 1,763 - Giordan Waton (CMU), 2004-08 1,741 ‑ Steve Skaggs (Ohio), 1976-79 1,740 ‑ Jim Darrow (BGSU), 1958-60 1,729 ‑ Derrick Wesley (BSU), 1985-88 1,723 - George Stone (MAR), 1965-68 1,716 - Leon Williams (Ohio), 2004-08 1,710 ‑ Burrell McGhee (Kent), 1976-79 1,705 - Greg Stempin (UT), 1997-01 1,713 - Joe Reitz (WMU), 2004-08 1,695 - Leo Byrd (MAR), 1956-59 1,688 ‑ Saddi Washington (WMU), 1994-98 1,679 ‑ Eric Newsome (MIA), 1984-88 1,676 ‑ Steve Mix (UT), 1966-69 1,644 - Damon Frierson (MIA), 1995-99 1,634 - Jerome Tillman (Ohio), 2006-09 1,625 ‑ Walter Luckett (Ohio), 1973-75 1,623 - Jarrod Jones (BSU), 2008-12 1,577 ‑ Walt Piatkowksi (BGSU), 1966-68 1,569 ‑ Grant Long (EMU), 1985-88 1,551 - Charlie Slack (MAR), 1952-55 Best Scoring Average Season: 36.7 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU), 1963-64 Career: 26.2 ‑ Manny Newsome (WMU), 1962-64

Most Points In A Career 2,485 ‑ Bonzi Wells (BSU), 1995-98 2,377 ‑ Ron Harper (MIA), 1983-86 2,336 ‑ Dave Jamerson (Ohio), 1986-90 2,211 ‑ Earl Boykins (EMU), 1995-98 2,170 ‑ Paul Graham (OH), 1985-89 2,122 - David Kool (WMU), 2006-10 2,109 ‑ Ray McCallum (BSU), 1980-83 2,108 ‑ Gary Trent (OH), 1992-95 2,075 - D.J. Cooper (OH), 2009-13 2,071 ‑ Melvin McLaughlin (CMU), 1980-83 2,055 ‑ Dan Majerle (CMU), 1984-88 2,016 ‑ Ken Epperson (UT), 1981-85 2,012 -Brandon Hunter (OU), 1999-03 1,964 ‑ Craig Thames (UT), 1992-96 1,938 - Anthony Stacey (BGSU), 1996-2000 1,895 - Keith McLeod (BGSU), 1998-02

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Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 41 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU) vs. Niagara, 1964 41 - D.J. Cooper (Ohio) vs. St. Bonaventure, 12-18-10 Season: 672 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU), 1963-64 Career: 1,814 ‑ Ron Harper (MIA), 1983-86 FG Attempts Game 41 - D.J. Cooper (Ohio) vs. St. Bonaventure, 12-18-10 41 - Howard Komives (BGSU) vs. Niagra, 1964 40 - Doug Grayson (KSU) vs. Akron, 3-1-69 39 - George Stone (MAR) vs. Toledo, 2-10-68 37 - Fred Moore (OU) vs. Marietta, 3-1-57 36 - Fred Foster (MIA) vs. E. Kentucky, 2-28-68 36 - Manny Newsome (WMU) vs. Mich. St., 1963 35 - Melvin McLaughlin (CMU) vs. KSU, 2-12-83 35 - LeVern Benson (MIA) vs. Dayton, 12-12-61 35 - Bob Diment (WMU) vs. BGSU, 1955 35 - Ron Jackson (WMU) vs. KSU, 1953 34 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. Wash. St., 12-29-89 34 - Ray Wolford (UT) vs. Detroit, 1963-64 34 - Vern Lawson (MIA) vs. MAR, 1-9-60 34- Wayne Embry (MIA) vs. WMU, 1-11-58 33 - Wally Szczerbiak (MIA) vs. Washington (at New Orleans) 3-2-99 33 - Earnest Pettis (WMU) vs. Detroit, 1972 33 - Ellis Hull (WMU) vs. Tennesse Tech, 12-27-69 33 - Manny Newsome (WMU) vs. UT, 2-12-64 Most Field Goals Made Game: 22 ‑ Jim Darrow (BGSU) vs. Hillsdale, 12-1-59 22 ‑ Jim Darrow (BGSU) vs. Marshall, 2-27-60 Season: 312 ‑ Ron Harper (MIA), 1984-85 Career: 969 ‑ Ron Harper (MIA), 1983-86 FG Made Game 22 - Jim Darrow (BGSU) vs. MAR, 2-27-60 22 - Jim Darrow (BGSU) vs. Hillsdale, 12-1-59 21 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. Charleston 12-21-89 21 - Melvin McLaughlin (CMU) vs. BGSU 3-2-83 21 - Steve Mix (UT) vs. Butler, 1968-69 21 - Manny Newsome (WMU) vs. UT, 2-12-64 20 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. KSU, 2-24-90 20 - Dan Potopsky (KSU) vs. WMU, 2-5-1955 19 - Ron Harper (MIA) vs. UT, 2-5-86 19 - Donald Petties (WMU) vs. BGSU, 1985 19 - Larry Bullington (BSU) vs. Cleveland State, 1-19-74 19 - Gerald McKee (OU) vs. Northwestern, 12-19-68 19 - Manny Newsome (WMU) vs. Loyola, 1964 18 - Wally Szczerbiak (MIA) vs. Washington (at New Orleans), 3-2-99 18 - Eillis Hull (WMU) vs. Tenn. Tech, 19 70 18 - Gene Ford (WMU) vs. Loyola, 1969 18 - Charlie Coles (MIA) at Miami (FL), 2-2-65 Most Consecutive FG Made 16 - Doug Grayson (Kent) vs. N. Carolina, 12-6-67 Best Field Goal Percentage Game: 1.000 ‑ Leon Rodgers (NIU), 13-13 vs. Rockford, 12-6-00 1.000 ‑ Jeff Tropf (CMU), 12-12 vs. NIU, 1-4-78 1.000 ‑ John Whorton (KSU), 12-12 vs. UA, 2-28-98 1.000 ‑ Gerritt Brigitha (CMU), 12- 12 vs. Tri-State, 12-30-03 Season: .693 ‑ Mike Williams (MIA), 1991-92 Career: .652 ‑ Mike Williams (MIA), 1990-92

3-point Field Goals

Free Throws

Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: 23 - Ronald Blackshear (MAR) vs. UA, 3-1-02 19‑ Tamar Slay (MAR) vs. WVU, 1-18-00 19- Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. KSU, 2-24-90 Season: 303 ‑ Dave Jamerson (OU), 1989-90 Career: 661 ‑ Landon Hackim (MIA), 1993-96

Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 27 - Keith McLeod (BGSU) vs. Ole Miss, 11-15-01 25 ‑ Walt Walowac (MAR) vs. OU, 12-15-53 25 ‑ John Ayling (UT) vs. BGSU, 2-3-65 25 ‑ Ron Lewis (BGSU) vs. BSU, 3-10-03 25- Fred Foster (MIA) vs. BSU, 12-2-67 Season: 303 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU), ’63-64 Career: 748 - Devin Davis (MIA), 1994-97

3 PT FG Attempts 23 - Ronald Blackshear (MAR) vs. Akron, 3-1-02 19 - Tamar Slay (MAR) vs. WMU, 1-18-00 19 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. KSU, 2-24-90 18 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. BGSU, 1-17-90 18 - Ronald Blackshear (MAR) vs. OU, 2-1-03 17 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. Charleston, 12-21-89 17 - Chad Kamstra (UT) vs. NIU, 2000 16 - Martin Samarco (BGSU) vs. UB, 1-07-07 16 - Eric Moore (UB) vs. BGSU, 1-07-07 16 - Martin Samarco (BGSU) vs. Florida St., 12-17-05 16 - Tamar Slay (MAR) vs. Troy State, 11-23-02 16 - Jim Peterson (OU) vs. CMU, 2-5-98 16 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. Fordham, 12-30-89 15 - Michael Bramos (MIA) vs. Dayton, 11-28-07 15 - Jason Stewart (MIA) vs. MAR, 2-23-00 15 - Rob DeCook (CMU) vs. UT, 2-2-94 15 - Mark Alberts (UA) vs. UT, 1993 15 - Derrick Traver (UA) vs. Wright State, 12-30-03 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made Game: 14 - Ronald Blackshear (MAR) vs. UA, 3-1-02 14 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. Charleston, 12-21-89 Season: 131 ‑ Dave Jamerson (OU), 1989-90 Career: 277 ‑ Landon Hackim (MIA), 1993-96 3 PT FG Made 14 - Ronald Blackshear (MAR) vs. Akron, 3-1-02 14 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. Charleston, 12-21-89 11 - Eric Moore (UB) vs. Bowling Green, 1-07-07 11 - Dave Jamerson (OU) vs. KSU, 2-24-90 10 - Jason Stewart (MIA) vs. MAR, 3-6-00 10 - Derrick Tarver (UA) vs. Wright State, 12-30-03 9 - Robbie Harmon (CMU) vs. Ohio, 2-11-10 9 - Michael Bramos (MIA) vs. Dayton, 11-28-07 9 - Levin Rost (WMU) vs. Buffalo 12-04-04 9 - Mike Klinzing (KSU) vs. Air Force, 12-1-90 9 - Jim Peterson (OU) vs. CMU, 2-5-98 9 - Kent Murphree (UT) vs. Chamindae, 1991 9 - Sean Waters (CMU) vs. Wright State, 12-8-90 9 - Jay Larranaga (BGSU) vs. UA, 2-8-97 9 - Derrick Dial (EMU) vs. MAR, 1-5-98 Best 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game: 1.000 - Kenny Hayes (MIA) 7-7 vs. Weber State, 11-12-08 1.000 - Nick Moore (UT) 7-7 vs. UA, 2-13-02 1.000 ‑ DeMar Moore (BGSU) 7-7 vs. WMU, 1-3-98 1.000 - Steve McNees (UA) 6-6 vs. MIA, 1-5-08 1.000 - Carlos Medlock (EMU) 6-6 vs. WMU, 2-15-06 1.000 ‑ Craig Michaelis (MIA) 6-6 vs. Nebraska, 11-27-90 1.000 ‑ Nick Moore (UT), 6-6 vs. George Mason, 12-2-00 1.000 ‑ David Falknor (UA) 6-6 vs. NIU, 2-5-01 Season: .632 ‑ Sean Wightman (WMU), 1991-92 Career: .519 ‑ Sean Wightman (WMU), 1990-92

FT Attempts 27 - Ketih McLeod (BGSU) vs. Mississippi, 11-15-01 25 ‑ Ron Lewis (BGSU) vs. BSU, 3-10-03 25 - Fred Foster (MIA) vs. BSU, 12-2-67 25 - John Ayling (UT) vs. BGSU, 1965 25 ‑ Walt Walowac (MAR) vs. OU, 12-15-53 24 - Xavier Silas (NIU) vs. UIC, 12-14-10 24 - John Bowler (EMU) vs. UT, 2-22-06 24 - Jim Ray (UT) vs. OU, 1956 23 - Romeo Travis (UA) vs. BGSU, 2-24-07 23 - Rich Rightnowar (UT) vs. KSU, 1992 22 - Jim Gorsline (KSU) vs. UT 1-6-57 22 - Mitch Adamek (UT) vs. Ball State, 1983 22 - Howard Komives (BGSU) vs. MAR, 3-7-64 21 - Dan Potopsky (KSU) vs. UA, 2-13-54 21 - Devin Davis (MIA) vs. KSU, 3-2-96 21 - Devin Davis (MIA) vs. EMU, 2-21-96 21 - Gerritt Brigitha (CMU) vs. UT, 3-3-04 20 - Rian Pearson (UT) vs. Texas A&M CC, 11-28-12 20 - Jim Betts (OU) vs. MIA, 1-31-55 20 - Burt Spice (UT) vs. KSU, 1954 20 - Juby Johnson (MIA) vs. BSU, 3-11-04 Most Free Throws Made Game: 22 ‑ Jim Ray (UT) vs. OU, 2-27-56 22 ‑ Rick Rightnowar (UT) vs. Kent, 2-1-92 22 ‑ Ron Lewis (BGSU) vs. BSU, 3-10-03 Season: 260 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU),1963-64 Career: 576 ‑ Joe Reitz (WMU), 2004-08 FT Made 22 ‑ Ron Lewis (BGSU) vs. BSU, 3-10-03 22 - Rich Rightnowar (UT) vs. Kent State, 1992 22 - Jim Ray (UT) vs. OU, 1956 21 - Howard Komives (BGSU) vs. MAR, 3-7-64 19 - Fred Foster (MIA) vs. BSU, 12-2-67 19 - Geno Ford (OU) vs. EMU, 2-12-97 19 - Dan Palombizio (BSU) vs. WMU, 1-23-85 18 - Dave Anderson (WMU) vs. MAR, 1965 18 - Ron Lewis (BGSU) vs. EMU, 3-6-04 17 - John Bowler (EMU) vs. UT, 2-22-06 17 - Rashon Brown (UA) vs. Mt. Union, 12-22-01 17 - Anthony Taylor (MIA) vs. Wright State, 12-18-99 17 - Ric Blevins (KSU) vs. Wright State, 2-7-90 17 -Jim Gorsline (KSU) vs. UT, 1-6-57 17 - Dick Garrison (OU) vs. Marietta, 3-3-55 17 - Harold Stacy (WMU) vs. BGSU, 1955 Most Consecutive FT Made 50 ‑ Howard Komives (BGSU), 1962-63 Best Free Throw Percentage Game: 1.000 ‑ Geno Ford (Ohio), 19-19 vs. EMU, 2-2-97 1.000 ‑Ron Lewis (BGSU), 18-18 vs. EMU, 3-6-04 Season: .926 ‑ Darryl Roberts (UA), 75-81, 2008-09 Career: .890 ‑ David Kool (WMU), 605-690, 2006-10

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MAC Individual Records Rebounding Best Rebounding Average Season: 26.6 - Charlie Slack (MAR), 1954-55 NCAA RECORD Career: 21.8 - Charlie Slack (MAR), 1952-56 Most Rebounds In A Game 43 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. Charleston, 1-12-54 34 ‑ Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. MIA, 1-6-54 34 ‑ Wayne Embry (MIA) vs. E. Kentucky, 2-14-57 34 ‑ Wayne Embry (MIA) vs. KSU, 2-16-57 34 ‑ Dave Scott (OU) vs. Marietta, 3-2-59 33 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. KSU, 1-18-55 32 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. BGSU, 2-19-55 32 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. Morris Harvey, 2-24-56 31 - Leroy Thompson (KSU) vs. Case Western, 12-12-48 31 ‑ Fred Klaisner (KSU) vs. Western Reserve, 1948 31 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. WMU, 1-8-55 31 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. OU, 2-8-55 31 ‑ Nate Thurmond (BGSU) vs. Miss. St., 3-9-63 31 ‑ Al Dixon (BGSU) vs. NIU, 1-20-66 30 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. Carnegie Tech, 12-30-54 30 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. UT, 2-12-55 30 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. Boston College, 12-29-55 30 ‑ Brad Robinson (KSU) vs. CMU, 2-9-74 29 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. WMU, 1-7-56 29 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. WV Wesleyan, 2-7-56 28 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. OU, 12-14-54 28 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. Xavier, 1-11-55 28 ‑ Dale Hyatt (KSU) vs. Baldwin-Wallace, 12-13-57 28 ‑ Dave Scott (OU) vs. Marietta, 12-4-57 28 – Bob Allen (MAR) vs. Virginia, 1967 27 - Doug Hess (UT) vs. Marshall, 1-13-71 27 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. Morehead State 2-2-56 27 ‑ Ned Miklovic (UT) vs. OU, 1958 27 ‑ Wayne Embry (MIA) vs. Heidelberg, 12-9-57 27 ‑ Kareem Carpenter (EMU), vs. WMU, 2-8-95 26 – Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. Washington & Lee, 1-2-55 26 - Charlie Slack (MAR) vs. Miami 2-22-55 26 ‑ Wayne Embry (MIA) vs. MAR, 2-6-58 26 ‑ Wayne Embry (MIA) vs. Xavier, 3-1-58 26 ‑ Howard Joliff (OU) vs. Georgia Tech, 3-11-60 26 ‑ Ken Fowlkes (OU) vs. Brown, 12-30-65 26 ‑ Bob Aston (UT) vs. KSU, 1966 26 ‑ Reggie Lacefield (WMU) vs. Illinois St., 1967 26 ‑ Dan Roundfield (CMU) vs. N. Michigan, 2-5-74 26 ‑ Kareem Carpenter (EMU) vs. CMU, 1-14-95 26 – Brandon Hunter (OU) vs. UA, 1-8-03 25 ‑ Dave Scott (OU) vs. KSU, 1-18-57 25 – Bob Allen (MAR) vs. Old Dominion, 2-27-68 25 ‑ Doug Hess (UT) vs. Loyola (Ill.), 1970-71 25 ‑ Frank Ayres (WMU) vs. Loyola (Ill.), 1973 25 ‑ Dan Roundfield (CMU) vs. BGSU, 2-13-74 25 - Bob Aston (UT) v. Kent State, 1-26-66 25- - Steve Mix (UT) vs. NIU, 12-14-66

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Most Rebounds In A Season 538 - Charlie Slack (MAR), 1954-55 520 - Charlie Slack (MAR), 1955-56 488 ‑ Wayne Embry (MIA), 1957-58 468 ‑ Howard Joliff (OU), 1959-60 466 - Charlie Slack (MAR), 1953-54 452 ‑ Nate Thurmond (BGSU), 1962-63 449 ‑ Nate Thurmond (BGSU), 1960-61 431 ‑ Wayne Embry (MIA), 1956-57 423 ‑ Brad Robinson (KSU), 1973-74 396 ‑ Cornelius Cash (BGSU), 1972-73 394 ‑ Nate Thurmond (BGSU), 1961-62 388 - Bob Burgess (MAR), 1966-67 387 - Shaun Stonerook (OU), 1999-2000 381 - Theron Smith (BSU), 2000-02 378 – Brandon Hunter (OU) 2002-03 377 ‑ Gary Trent (OU), 1993-94 373 – Chris Kaman (CMU) 2002-03 371 ‑ Doug Hess (UT), 1969-70 362 ‑ Ron Harper (MIA), 1985-86 357 ‑ Dan Roundfield (CMU), 1973-74 356 - Bob Burgess (MAR), 1959-60 350 ‑ Matt Hicks (NIU), 1976-77 350 ‑ Cornelius Cash (BGSU), 1974-75 Most Rebounds In A Career 1,524 - Charlie Slack (MAR), 1953-56 1,295 ‑ Nate Thurmond (BGSU), 1961-63 1,119 ‑ Ron Harper (MIA), 1983-86 1,117 ‑ Wayne Embry (MIA), 1956-58 1,103 – Brandon Hunter (OU) 1999-03 1,090 -- Leon Williams (OU) 2004-08 1,088 - J.R. VanHoose (MAR), 1998-2002 1,077 ‑ Allen Rayhorn (NIU), 1978-82 1,068 ‑ Cornelius Cash (BGSU), 1973-75 1,050 ‑ Gary Trent (OU), 1992-95 1,031 ‑ Dan Roundfield (CMU), 1972-75 1,027 ‑ Devin Davis (MIA), 1994-97 1,012 ‑ Trent Grooms (KSU), 1976-80 1,008 ‑ Paul Griffin (WMU), 1973-76 1,006 - Brandon Bowdry (EMU), 2005-11 1,000 ‑ Randy Boarden (BSU), 1975-79 994 ‑ Dick Walls (MIA), 1950-53 981 - Jarrod Jones (BSU), 2008-12) 960 ‑ Ken Epperson (UT), 1981-85 957 ‑ John Deveraux (OU), 1981-84 947 ‑ Tom Cutter (WMU), 1974-77 939 - Joe Reitz (WMU), 2004-08 919 - Bob Allen (MAR), 1965-68 904 ‑ Dave Scott (OU), 1957-59 892 ‑ Doug Hess (UT), 1968-71 885 ‑ Steve Payne (BSU), 1992-95 885 ‑ Dick Miller (UT), 1976-80 884 ‑ John Schroder (OU), 1965-67 882 - Theron Smith (BSU), 2000-02 872 ‑ Steve Mix (UT), 1966-69 871 ‑ Colin Irish (BGSU), 1980-84 871 - Casey Shaw (UT), 1994-98 863 ‑ Grant Long (EMU), 1985-88

Assists Most Assists In A Game 17 - D.J. Cooper (OU) vs. Marshall , 1-5-13 17 ‑ Todd Dietrich (WMU) vs. EMU, 1-10-79 17 ‑ Eddie Schilling (MIA) vs. KSU, 2-4-87 16 ‑ Dennis Whitaker (OU) vs. WMU, 2-20-88 16 - Derrick Richmond (CMU) vs. Youngstown, 12-15-88 15 - D.J. Cooper (Ohio) vs. St. Bonaventure 12-18-10 15 ‑ Joe McKeown (KSU) vs. BGSU, 3-1-78 15 ‑ Dave Greer (BGSU) vs. MAR, 12-30-80 15 ‑ Eddie Schilling (MIA) vs. EMU., 1-28-87 15 ‑ Jamie Matthews (BSU) vs. CMU, 2-13-93 15 - Earl Boykins (EMU) vs. UT, 2-28-98 15 - Cornelius Jackson (MAR) vs. CMU, 12-30-99 Most Assists In A Season 263 - D.J. Cooper (Ohio), 2010-11 242 - D.J. Cooper (Ohio), 2012-13 242 ‑ David Greer (BGSU), 1981-82 218 - D.J. Cooper (OU), 2009-10 218 - Cornelius Jackson (MAR), 1999-2000 217 ‑ David Greer (BGSU), 1982-83 216 ‑ Antonio Daniels (BGSU), 1996-97 214 ‑ Eddie Schilling (MIA), 1984-85 210 ‑ Bill Walker (UT), 1950-51 209 - Brandon Pardon (BGSU) 2000-02 207 ‑ Jamie Matthews (BSU), 1992-93 204 - Brandon Pardon (BGSU), 2000-01 203 ‑ Eddie Schilling (MIA), 1986-87 199 ‑ Keith Wade (UT), 1990-91 199 ‑ Dennis Whitaker (OU), 1987-88 196 ‑ Dave Grauzer (CMU), 1977-78 196 ‑ Tim Reiser (UT), 1980-81 196 ‑ Tim Reiser (UT), 1981-82 190 ‑ Paul Baron (OU), 1984-85 189 ‑ David Greer (BGSU), 1980-81 Most Assists In A Career 934 - D.J. Cooper (Ohio), 2009-2013 768 ‑ David Greer (BGSU), 1980-83 762 ‑ Tim Reiser (UT), 1980-84 651 ‑ Dennis Whitaker (OU), 1987-90 629 ‑ Eddie Schilling (MIA), 1985-88 624 ‑ Earl Boykins (EMU), 1994-98 594 - Ed Norvell (KSU), 1995-99 579 ‑ Paul Baron (OU), 1983-86 573 ‑ Jim Hahn (BSU), 1976-79 563 ‑ Antonio Daniels (BG), 1995-97 560 ‑ Keith Wade (UT), 1987-91 529 - Brandon Pardon (BGSU) 2000-02 525 ‑ Jay Lehman (UT), 1979-83 520 - Trevor Huffman (KSU) 1998-02 518 - Cornelius Jackson (MAR), 1998-01 503 - Dru Joyce (UA), 2003-2007 503 ‑ Anthony Grier (KSU), 1982-85 489 - Giordan Watson (CMU), 2004-08 481 ‑ Chris Shelton (BSU), 1983-86 477 - Mike Douglas (WMU). 2008-12 473 - Jordon Crawford (BGSU), 2009-13 458 - Turner Battle (UB), 2001-05 456 ‑ Derrick Richmond (CMU), 1986-89 450 - Alex Abreu (UA), 2011-2013 449 ‑ Dave Grauzer (CMU), 1977-79 446 - Randy Davis (BSU), 2008-12 435 ‑ Sonny Newman (CMU), 1978-81

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MAC Individual Records Steals Most Steals In A Game 10 - Bonzi Wells (BSU) vs. OU, 1-3-96 9 - Lorenzo Neely (EMU) vs. MIA, 1-4-89 9 - Bonzi Wells (BSU) vs. UA, 1-3-98 9 - Bonzi Wells (BSU) vs. EMU 2-11-98 9 - Jimmal Ball (UA) vs. EMU, 1-19-00 9 - Steve Esterkamp (OU) vs. MAR, 2-2-02 9 - Michael Ross (EMU) vs. Concordia 11-25-03 8 - D.J. Cooper (Ohio) vs. St. Bonaventure 12-18-10 8 - Carlos Medlock (EMU) vs. Davidson, 11-10-06 8 - Dave Terk (OU) vs. UMass, 11-28-75 8 - Joe Faine (BG) vs. CMU, 1-17-81 8 - Mike Klinzing (KSU) vs. BG, 1-16-91 8 - Anthony Jones (OU) vs. Houston, 12-3-99 8 - Duane Clemens (BSU) vs. UCLA, 3-16-00 8 - Trent Jackson (BG) vs. Wilmington, 12-21-00 8 - Chris Singletary (KSU) vs. UNC-Greensbor, 12-18-08 Most Steals In A Season 103 - Bonzi Wells (BSU), 1997-98 101 - Ron Harper (MIA), 1985-86 93 - D.J. Cooper (OU), 2009-10 87 - Bonzi Wells (BSU), 1995-96 85 - Byron Mulkey (UB), 2010-11 84 - Bonzi Wells (BSU), 1994-95 83 - Robby Collum (WMU), 2002-03 82 - Sonny Troutman (Ohio), 2006-07 82 - DeMar Moore (BG), 1996-97 82 - Ron Harper (MIA), 1984-85 82 - Craig Thames (UT), 1995-96 81 - D.J. Cooper (Ohio), 2010-11 79 - Keith Triplett (UT), 2003-04 78 - Jonathan Amos (UT), 2007-08 78 - Lorenzo Neely (EMU), 1988-89 76 - Reggie Adams (KSU), 1986-87 75 - Keith Triplett (UT), 2004-05 75 - Duane Clemens (BSU), 1999-00 73 - Bonzi Wells (BSU), 1996-97 73 - Antonio Daniels (BG), 1996-97 72 - Sonny Troutman (Ohio), 2004-05 72 - Jimmal Ball (UA), 1999-00 72 - Robby Collum (WMU), 2001-02 72 - DeAndre Haynes (KSU), 2003-04 71 - Lorenzo Neely (EMU), 1987-88 67 - Robert Kitchen (KSU), 1979-80 67 - Justin Ingram (UT), 2006-07

Most Steals In A Career 347 - Bonzi Wells (BSU), 1994-98 327 - D.J. Cooper (Ohio), 2009-13 287 - Ron Harper (MIA), 1983-86 278 - Keith Triplett (UT), 2001-04 259 - Sonny Troutman (Ohio), 2004-07 249 - Duane Clemens (BSU), 1996-00 245 - Lorenzo Neely (EMU), 1987-91 242 - Jonathan Amos (UT), 2005-09 242 - Jimmal Ball (UA), 1997-00 226 - Anthony Stacey (BG), 1995-00 217 - Justin Ingram (UT), 2004-07 207 - Craig Thames (UT), 1992-96 203 - Giordan Watson (CMU), 2004-08 201 - David Jenkins (BG), 1991-94 199 - Robby Collum (WMU), 2001-03 198 - Louis Campbell (UB), 1998-02 197 - Reggie Adams (KSU), 1985-89 197 - Dennis Whitaker (OU), 1986-90 196 - Melvin McLaughlin (CMU), 1980-83 196 - Paul Graham (OU), 1985-90 193 - DeMar Moore (BG), 1996-99 187 - Andy Robinson (UB), 2005-09 186 - Nate Linhart (UA), 2006-09 185 - Booker James (WMU), 1984-87 184 - Ed Norvell (KSU), 1995-99 181 - Robert Kizer (UT), 1995-99 177 - Keith Wade (UT), 1987-91 177 - Harold Walton (KSU), 1988-92

Blocked Shots Most Blocked Shots In A Game 11 - Charles Smith (BSU) vs. CMU, 1-7-87 9 - Zeke Marshall (UA) vs. Toledo, 1-23-13 9 - Zeke Marshall (UA) vs. Kent State, 3-12-11 9 - Jason Terry (OU) vs, Robert Morris, 12-11-93 9 - Jason Terry (OU) vs. UT, 2-15-95 9 - Jason Terry (OU) vs. KSU, 2-7-96 9 - Latece Williams (MAR) vs. Charleston, 11-12-00 9 - J.C. Harris (UT) v. Detroit, 2-10-92 8 - Mitchell Watt (UB) vs. Kent State, 1-19-11 8 - Dan Roundfield (CMU) vs. BG, 3-8-75 8 - Dan Roundfield (CMU) vs. Kentucky, 3-20-75 8 - Barry Sonnenberg (UT) vs. WMU, 3-2-85 8 - Theron Wilson (EMU) vs. UT, 1-3-96 8 - Chris Kaman (CMU) vs. UT, 1-22-03 7 - Charles Bass (BSU) vs. Wright State, 11-26-05 7 - Allen Pinson (UT) vs. Duke, 12-12-04 7 - Scott Vandermeer (BGSU) vs. OHIO, 2-07-05 7- Skip Howard (BG) vs. UT, 1-31-73 7 - Ron Harper (MIA) vs. BG, 2-5-85 7 - Matt Van Abbema (WMU) vs. UT, 1993 7 - Ben Handlogten (WMU) vs. Purdue, 1995 7- Kevin Beard (MIA) vs. UT, 1-10-96 7 - Marcus Smallwood (NIU) vs. MIA, 1-22-02 7- LaMarcus Lowe (WMU) vs. EMU, 1-24-09 6 - on 14 different occasions

Most Blocked Shots In A Season 122 - Zeke Marshall (UA), 2012-13 105 - Patrick Flomo (OU) 2000-01 99 - John Devereaux (OU) 1982-83 98 - Chris Kaman (CMU) 2002-03 96 - Ben Poquette (CMU) 1976-77 96 - Theron Wilson (EMU) 1992-93 92 - Zeke Marshall (UA) 2010-11 89 - Jason Terry (OU) 1995-96 89 - Lonnie Jones (BSU) 2001-02 86 - Charles Smith (BSU) 1986-87 85 - Jason Terry (OU) 1993-94 83 - Dan Roundfield (CMU) 1974-75 84 - Lonnie Jones (BSU), 1999-00 81 - John Edwards (KSU), 2003-04 80 - Theron Wilson (EMU), 1994-95 76 - Lonnie Jones (BSU), 2000-01 74 - Mitchell Watt (UB), 2010-11 71 - Ron Harper (MIA), 1985-86 69 - Haminn Quaintance (KSU), 2007-08 65 - Romeo Travis (UA), 2006-07 64 - James Hughes (NIU), 2006-07 63 - Mike McKie (UB), 1999-00 60 - J.C. Harris (UT), 1991-92 59 - Cornelius Cash (BG), 1973-74 59 - Zeke Marshall (UA), 2009-10 56 - Matt Van Abbema, (WMU) 1993-94 53 - James Hughes (NIU), 2004-05 53 - James Hughes (NIU), 2003-04 Most Blocked Shots In A Career 368 - Zeke Marshall (UA) 2010-13 301 - Lonnie Jones (BSU) 1998-02 262 - Jason Terry (OU) 1992-96 260 - John Devereaux (OU) 1980-84 257 - Theron Wilson (EMU) 1992-96 234 - Ben Poquette (CMU) 1974-77 222 - Patrick Flomo (OU) 1998-02 210 - James Hughes (NIU) 2004-07 196 - Mitchell Watt (UB), 2008-12 182 - Chris Kaman (CMU) 2001-03 179 - John Edwards (KSU) 2000-04 175 - Dan Roundfield (CMU) 1972-75 173 - Ron Harper (MIA) 1983-86 165 - Romeo Travis (UA) 2004-07 159 - Otis Polk (BGSU) 2006-10 147 - Matt Van Abbema (WMU) 1992-95 144 - Jim Paul (MIA) 1983-86 138 - J.C. Harris (UT), 1989-92 137 - Mike Seberger (WMU) 1979-82 131 - Randy Boarden (BSU) 1975-79 130 - Michael Bramos (MIA) 2006-09 120 - Brian Nolan (EMU) 1986-90 117 - Haminn Quaintance (KSU) 2006-08 117 - Tom Hall (BG) 1989-92 116 - Ed Colbert (BG) 1988-91 112 - Casey Shaw (UT) 1994-98 109 - Bruce Weinken (UA) 1998-02 109 - Kevin Beard (MIA) 1993-96 107 - George Phillips (UA) 1996-00

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MAC Coaching Records Top MAC Coaches By Percentage (MAC Games Only, minimum 5 years) Coach, School, Years 1. Bill Rohr, Miami 1952-57 2. Jim Christian, KSU 2002-2008; Ohio 2012-pr. 3. Richard Shrider, Miami 1958-66 4. Danny Nee, Ohio 1981-86 5. Keith Dambrot, CMU 1991-93, Akron 2004-pr. 6. Darrell Hedric, Miami 1971-84 7. Bob Nichols, Toledo 1966-87 t-8. Ray McCallum, Ball State, 1994-00 t-8. Gary Waters, Kent State, 1997-01 10. Jim Snyder, Ohio 1950-74 11. Steve Hawkins, Western Michigan, 2003-pr. 12. Larry Hunter, Ohio 1990-01 13. Charlie Coles, CMU 1986-91, Miami, 1996-2012 14. Larry Hunter, Ohio 1990-01 15. Stan Joplin, Toledo 1997-2008 16. Ben Braun, Eastern Michigan 1986-96 17. Harold Anderson, Bowling Green 1954-63 18. Dan Dakich, Bowling Green 1998-06

Pct. .757 .750 .704 .679 .642 .627 .614 .611 .611 .608 .592 .586 .584 .586 .578 .566 .553 .530

(All Games, minimum 5 years)

Record 56-18 90-30 76-32 72-34 117-65 128-76 194-122 77-49 55-35 176-113 99-68 123-87 218-155 123-87 122-89 103-79 68-55 86-76

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

Coach, School, Years Jim Christian, KSU, 2002-2008; Ohio 2012-pr. Jerry Bush, Toledo, 1947-54 Wiliam Rohr, Miami, 1952-57 Keith Dambrot, CMU 1991-93, Akron 2004-pr. Bob Nichols, Toledo, 1966-87 Ray McCallum, BSU, 1994-99 Danny Nee, Ohio, 1981-86 Gary Waters, Kent State, 1996-01 James Snyder, Ohio, 1949-74 Larry Hunter, Ohio, 1990-01 Darrell Hedric, Miami, 1971-84 Ben Braun, EMU, 1986-96 Richard Shrider, Miami, 1958-66 Stan Joplin, Toledo, 1997-2008 Tim O’Shea, Ohio, 2001-2008 Eldon Miller, WMU, 1971-76 Steve Hawkins, Western Michigan, 2003-Pr. Steve Yoder, BSU, 1977-82 Charlie Coles, CMU 1986-91, Miami, 1996-2012

Record 162-68 129-59 91-47 230-128 375-213 126-76 107-67 92-60 355-245 204-148 216-157 174-130 126-96 203-155 120-95 86-68 181-145 77-62 355-308

Pct. .704 .686 .659 .642 .638 .624 .615 .605 .592 .580 .579 .572 .568 .567 .558 .558 .555 .554 .535

Top MAC Coaches By Wins (MAC Games Only)

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

Coach, School, Years Charlie Coles, CMU 1986-91, Miami 1996-2012 Bob Nichols, Toledo 1966-87 Jim Snyder, Ohio 1950-74 Darrell Hedric, Miami 1971-84 Larry Hunter, Ohio 1990-01 Stan Joplin, Toledo 1997-2008 Keith Dambrot, CMU 1991-93, Akron 2004-pr. Jim Larranagga, Bowling Green 1987-97 Steve Hawkins, Western Michigan 2003-pr. Reggie Witherspoon, Buffalo 1999-2012

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Record 218-155 194-122 176-113 128-76 123-87 122-89 117-65 102-94 99-68 98-140

11. 12. 13. t-14. t-14. 16. 17. 18. 19. t-20. t-20.

Dick Parfitt, CMU 1973-85 Bob Donewald, WMU 1990-00 Jim Christian, KSU 2002-08; Ohio 2012-pr. John McDougal, Northern Illinois 1977-86 John Weinert, Bowling Green 1977-86 Dan Dakich, Bowling Green 1998-pr. Jim McDonald, Kent State 1983-92 Ray McCallum, Ball State 1994-00 Richard Shrider, Miami 1958-66 Danny Nee, Ohio 1981-86 Dan Hipsher, Akron 1996-04

95-107 92-100 90-30 89-79 89-79 89-89 85-82 77-49 76-32 72-34 72-90

All Games

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

Coach, School, Years Bob Nichols, Toledo, 1966-87 James Snyder, Ohio, 1949-74 Charlie Coles, CMU, 1986-91, Miami, 1996-12 Darrell Hedric, Miami, 1971-84 Keith Dambrot, CMU 1991-93, Akron 2004-pr. Larry Hunter, Ohio, 1990-01 Stan Joplin, Toledo, 1997-2008 Reggie Witherspoon, Buffalo, 1999-2012 Dick Parfitt, CMU, 1972-85 Steve Hawkins, WMU, 2003-pr. Ben Braun, EMU, 1986-96 Jim Larranaga, Bowling Green, 1987-97 Jim Christian, KSU, 2002-08; Ohio 2012-Pr. Dan Dakich, Bowling Green, 1998-06 Bob Donewald, WMU, 1990-2000 Jim McDonald, Kent, 1982-92 John Weinert, Bowling Green, 1977-86 John McDougal, Northern Illinois, 1977-86 Harold Anderson, Bowling Green, 1953-63 Jerry Bush, Toledo, 1947-54

Record 375-213 355-245 355-308 216-157 210-94 204-148 203-155 198-228 193-179 181-145 174-130 170-144 162-68 156-140 151-155 148-139 146-133 136-141 134-107 127-58

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1,000 Career Points/Rebounds Class

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Player, School, Years

Pts.

Rebs. Total

Ron Harper, Miami, 1983-86 Gary Trent, Ohio, 1992-95 Brandon Hunter, Ohio, 1999-03 Charlie Slack, Marshall, 1953-56 Allen Rayhorn, NIU, 1979-82 J.R. Van Hoose, Marshall, 1998-02 Devin Davis, Miami, 1994-97 Nate Thurmond, BGSU, 1961-63 Leon Williams, Ohio, 2004-08 Wayne Embry, Miami, 1955-58 Dan Roundfield, CMU, 1972-75 Cornelius Cash, BGSU, 1973-75 Randy Boarden, BSU, 1976-79 Trent Grooms, Kent, 1977-80 Paul Griffin, WMU, 1973-76

2,377 2,108 2,012 1,551 1,848 1,803 1,828 1,356 1,716 1,401 1,318 1,245 1,290 1,268 1,078

1,119 1,050 1,103 1,524 1,077 1,088 1,027 1,524 1,090 1,117 1,031 1,068 1,000 1,012 1,008

3,496 3,158 3,115 3,075 2,925 2,891 2,855 2,880 2,806 2,518 2,349 2,313 2,290 2,280 2,086

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Year-By-Year Team Leaders Scoring Offense

Scoring Defense

Field Goal Percentage

Year

School

G

PTS

AVG

Year

School

G

PTS

AVG

Year

School

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

Ohio Buffalo Ohio Ohio Kent State Buffalo Akron Akron Buffalo WMU CMU Ball State Marshall Marshall Marshall EMU BGSU EMU Ohio Ohio CMU CMU Miami Miami EMU EMU EMU Miami Ball State BGSU Ball State Toledo Toledo Toledo NIU CMU CMU Toledo CMU Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Toledo Toledo Marshall Marshall WMU WMU WMU Miami Ohio Marshall Marshall Ohio Marshall Marshall BGSU Miami Miami Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Butler

34 31 35 37 34 30 33 33 33 31 32 35 27 30 27 30 31 31 34 33 26 28 28 29 29 30 29 31 29 28 26 26 31 29 27 26 28 25 28 27 26 26 24 25 26 24 25 24 24 24 24 24 24 25 24 24 23 23 22 24 23 25 22 26 28 24 22

2464 2262 2604 2763 2343 2146 2485 2407 2462 2434 2553 2731 2062 2442 2075 2394 2548 2594 2649 2668 1918 2060 2225 2268 2252 2477 2226 2381 2225 2056 2150 1972 2372 2261 2153 2152 2188 1982 2373 2128 2073 2053 2006 2102 2167 2055 2174 2023 2088 2028 1874 1915 1843 1997 1949 2029 2004 2146 1921 1981 1916 1823 1694 1864 1890 1574 1309

72.5 73.0 74.4 74.7 68.9 71.5 75.3 72.9 74.6 78.5 79.8 78.0 76.4 81.4 76.9 79.8 82.2 83.7 77.9 80.8 73.8 73.6 79.5 78.2 77.7 82.6 76.8 76.8 76.7 73.4 74.1 75.8 76.5 78.0 79.7 82.8 78.1 79.3 84.7 78.8 79.7 78.9 83.6 84.1 83.3 85.6 86.9 84.3 87.0 84.5 78.9 79.8 76.8 79.9 81.2 88.2 87.1 93.3 87.3 82.5 83.3 72.9 77.0 71.7 67.5 65.6 59.5

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

Eastern Michigan 34 Eastern Michigan 32 Ball State 32 Ball State 30 Miami 30 Miami 33 Miami 33 Miami 29 Miami 30 Miami 29 Miami 28 Kent State 36 Miami 33 Miami 30 Miami 32 Toledo 27 Miami 29 Miami 29 Miami 30 Akron 26 Miami 31 Ball State 33 Kent 28 Ball State 33 Ball State 32 Ball State 28 CMU 30 Miami 31 Ohio 30 Miami 30 Ohio 32 Ohio 27 NIU 29 NIU 29 Toledo 30 Toledo 27 Toledo 27 WMU 28 Toledo 26 Toledo 26 Miami 27 Toledo 25 Miami 25 Miami 24 Kent 24 BGSU 25 Miami 24 Miami 25 Miami 24 Miami 24 Toledo 24 BGSU 25 Toledo 23 Toledo 24 Kent 24 Toledo 23 Miami 24 Toledo 22 Toledo 22 Toledo 23 Toledo 23 Toledo 31 Cincinnati 22 Cincinnati 26 Cincinnati 28 Butler 21 Ohio 23

2011 1878 2049 1871 1766 1999 1895 1743 1838 1791 1643 2035 1928 1886 1933 1749 1882 1854 1827 1727 1775 1959 1831 1935 1968 1870 1970 2100 1887 1759 1919 1746 1843 1850 1871 1809 1604 1898 1685 1716 1851 1764 1591 1497 1568 1723 1462 1594 1600 1583 1455 1536 1469 1395 1609 1509 1759 1740 1605 1610 1488 1745 1298 1367 1487 1031 1157

59.1 58.7 64.0 62.4 58.9 60.6 57.4 60.1 61.3 61.8 58.7 64.0 58.4 62.9 60.4 64.3 64.9 63.9 60.9 66.4 57.3 59.4 65.4 58.6 61.5 66.8 65.7 67.7 62.9 58.6 60.0 64.7 63.6 63.8 62.4 67.0 59.4 67.8 64.8 66.0 68.6 70.6 63.6 62.4 65.3 68.9 60.9 63.8 66.7 66.0 60.6 61.4 63.9 58.1 67.0 65.6 73.3 79.1 73.0 70.0 64.7 56.3 59.0 52.6 53.1 49.1 50.3

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

Ohio Buffalo Buffalo Bowling Green Kent State Kent State Akron NIU BGSU UA CMU BGSU CMU BGSU Ohio Akron EMU Toledo BGSU BGSU Ball State WMU EMU BGSU Kent Ohio CMU NIU CMU Toledo NIU BGSU WMU Toledo BGSU Miami Miami Toledo CMU Miami Toledo WMU Miami BGSU BGSU Miami Miami Miami Miami BGSU WMU BGSU Ohio Ohio BGSU BGSU Ohio Kent Marshall BGSU Miami Miami WMU Miami

FGM-FGA

PCT

889-1908 806-1734 879-1863 695-1564 857-1953 839-1809 900-1857 708-1460 718-1471 696-1492 864-1714 834-1709 669-1370 777-1578 732-1564 731-1548 975-1970 822-1670 721-1427 732-1475 835-1792 715-1481 920-1790 851-1721 788-1581 893-1774 871-1700 801-1591 791-1537 788-1473 703-1399 850-1675 849-1686 923-1724 837-1656 868-1683 811-1627 811-1585 999-2041 835-1790 797-1734 325-676 657-1444 733-1537 780-1656 626-1270 585-1321 698-1533 812-1744 751-1622 736-1651 734-1679 708-1710 795-1851 746-1679 706-1626 757-1781 642-1563 N/A 719-1854 703-1981 706-2058 583-1765 393-1465

.466 .465 .472 .444 .439 .464 .485 .485 .488 .466 .504 .488 .488 .492 .468 .472 .495 .492 .505 .496 .465 .483 .514 .494 .498 .503 .512 .503 .515 .537 .503 .507 .504 .535 .505 .516 .498 .512 .489 .467 .460 .450 .455 .477 .469 .493 .443 .454 .466 .463 .449 .437 .414 .429 .444 .434 .428 .410 .432 .388 .355 .341 .332 .268

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Year-By-Year Team Leaders Free Throw Percentage Year

School

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948

Toledo Toledo Miami Western Mich. Miami Western Mich. Central Mich. Buffalo NIU BGSU Marshall Akron BGSU Akron WMU WMU WMU Toledo Kent Kent Ohio Ohio EMU Kent Kent Ball State Toledo Ball State Kent Toledo CMU BGSU Ball State WMU CMU Miami CMU CMU Miami Toledo Kent BGSU Miami Toledo Miami Miami Miami Kent WMU BGSU Miami BGSU Miami Miami Marshall BGSU WMU Ohio WMU BGSU Miami Miami Miami WMU WMU WMU

Rebounding

FTM-FTA

PCT

440-578 543-748 455-625 541-739 371-523 591-785 520-717 577-768 374-500 548-707 468-609 554-731 546-712 585-767 435-568 477-639 406-559 563-755 375-533 434-611 475-661 458-620 561-772 512-676 592-755 431-585 417-581 535-714 516-696 457-609 331-459 453-617 459-636 304-411 347-466 358-484 400-536 328-425 374-514 350-498 274-382 443-629 431-588 455-657 454-637 363-491 438-602 450-649 472-640 430-571 370-518 364-507 437-604 410-591 N/A 336-492 430-607 560-819 541-742 543-794 510-761 411-627 267-424 456-721 300-510 310-537

.761 .726 .728 .732 .709 .753 .725 .751 .748 .775 .768 .758 .767 .763 .766 .749 .726 .746 .703 .710 .718 .739 .727 .757 .784 .737 .718 .749 .741 .750 .721 .734 .722 .740 .745 .740 .746 .772 .728 .703 .717 .704 .733 .692 .713 .739 .728 .693 .737 .753 .714 .718 .724 .694 .748 .683 .708 .684 .745 .684 .670 .652 .629 .632 .588 .588

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Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

School G WMU 35 Buffalo 31 WMU 34 WMU 33 Buffalo 33 WMU 32 Buffalo 31 KSU 34 Miami 30 WMU 31 NIU 31 KSU 36 BSU 30 Ohio 33 Ohio 28 EMU 30 Miami 29 Ohio 30 Ohio 34 Ohio 33 BSU 34 KSU 28 BGSU 30 BSU 33 BSU 32 Ohio 30 EMU 29 Miami 31 BSU 29 Ohio 28 Ohio 32 Miami 27 CMU 27 KSU 27 NIU 27 CMU 26 NIU 27 NIU 27 WMU 28 WMU 26 Kent State 26

Three-Point Field Goal Pct.

REB AVG OPP 1289 36.8 31.3 1245 40.2 33.3 1280 37.6 33.6 1214 36.8 33.3 1215 36.8 31.5 1140 35.6 30.7 1186 38.3 31.6 1130 33.2 30.7 1084 36.1 29.6 1177 38.0 32.1 1105 35.6 31.3 1322 36.7 31.7 1151 38.4 33.0 1280 38.8 33.2 1096 39.1 32.6 1123 37.4 36.3 1080 37.2 29.9 1206 40.2 33.8 1409 41.4 34.9 1311 39.7 34.1 1199 35.5 31.0 952 34.0 29.8 1156 38.5 33.7 1304 39.5 30.9 1183 37.0 31.0 1110 37.0 31.6 1047 36.1 32.6 1184 38.2 33.9 1047 36.1 31.3 990 35.4 31.3 1160 36.3 29.8 980 36.3 31.0 949 36.6 31.1 1047 38.8 33.5 1256 46.5 42.4 1092 42.0 39.2 1121 41.5 38.7 1219 45.1 39.0 1176 42.0 34.7 1129 43.4 35.9 1322 50.8 42.8

MAR +5.6 +6.9 +4.1 +3.5 +5.3 +4.9 +6.6 +2.5 +6.5 +5.9 +4.4 +5.0 +5.3 +5.6 +6.5 +1.1 +7.3 +6.4 +6.5 +5.6 +4.3 +4.2 +4.8 +8.6 +6.0 +5.4 +3.5 +4.3 +4.8 +4.1 +6.5 +5.3 +5.5 +5.3 +2.1 +2.8 +2.8 +6.1 +7.4 +7.5 +8.0

(Prior to 1974, rebounds were determined by team avg. only) Year School G REB AVG 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951

Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio BGSU Ohio WMU Ohio Ohio Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami

26 26 24 25 26 23 23 23 26 27 27 23 24 25 24 27 24 20 23 22 23 25 23

1365 1195 1128 1291 1361 1096 1284 1258 1478 1384 1364 1110 1317 1467 1385 1319 1428 1153 1277 1157 1411 1397 1007

52.5 46.0 47.0 51.6 52.3 47.7 55.8 54.2 56.8 51.4 50.5 48.3 54.9 58.7 57.7 48.8 59.5 57.7 55.5 52.6 61.3 55.9 43.8

Year

School

3PM-3PA

Pct.

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Kent State Akron Buffalo Central Michigan Ohio Akron Akron Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Toledo Kent State Marshall Akron Ball State Akron Western Michigan Western Michigan Miami Bowling Green Ball State Kent State Western Michigan Ball State Western Michigan Kent State Central Michigan Eastern Michigan

241-669 207-559 206-548 229-615 208-573 294-762 245-624 190-491 198-504 225-576 229-582 252-595 189-436 215-538 160-439 209-511 126-323 188-471 145-401 141-353 162-384 120-267 147-359 174-394 135-313 186-411 144-310

.360 .370 .376 .372 .363 .386 .393 .387 .393 .391 .393 .424 .433 .400 .364 .409 .390 .399 .361 .399 .421 .449 .409 .442 .431 .453 .465

Year

School

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Ohio Ohio Akron Ohio Akron Akron Akron Akron Western Michigan Kent State Toledo Ball State Toledo Marshall Miami Eastern Michigan Bowling Green Miami Ohio Miami Miami Miami Miami Central Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan Eastern Michigan

Three-Point Field Goals Made 3-Point Shots Made 268 278 283 278 258 294 245 264 249 264 248 310 210 246 193 210 188 188 178 243 218 196 207 238 150 186 144

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Player (School) G Kyle Randall (CMU) 31 Julian Mavunga (MIA) 30 Xavier Silas (NIU) 26 David Kool (WMU) 33 David Kool (WMU) 31 Tyrone Kent (UT) 30 Martin Samarco (BGSU) 31 John Bowler (EMU) 28 John Reimold (BGSU) 29 Derrick Tarver (UA) 27 Chris Williams (BSU) 30 Keith McLeod (BSU) 33 David Webber (CMU) 27 Tamar Slay (MAR) 30 Wally Szczerbiak (MIA) 32 Earl Boykins (EMU) 31 Antonio Daniels (BGSU) 31 Bonzi Wells (BSU) 28 Gary Trent (Ohio) 33 Gary Trent (Ohio) 33 Gary Trent (Ohio) 27 Lewis Geter (Ohio) 28 Marcus Kennedy (EMU) 33 Dave Jamerson (OH) 28 Paul Graham (Ohio) 29 Dan Majerle (CMU) 32 Booker James (WMU) 27 Ron Harper (MIA) 31 Dan Palombizio (BSU) 29 Tim Dillon (NIU) 27 Melvin McLaughlin(CMU) 27 Melvin McLaughlin(CMU) 25 Harvey Knuckles (UT) 30 Kenny Cunningham(WMU) 26 Paul Dawkins (NIU) 26 Burrell McGhee (KSU) 27 Matt Hicks (NIU) 27 Matt Hicks (NIU) 25 Walt Luckett (Ohio) 26 Walt Luckett (Ohio) 26 Ben Kelso (CMU) 26 Tom Kozelko (UT) 24 Ruben Vance (KSU) 24 Jim Penix (BGSU) 23 Gene Ford (WMU) 24 Fred Foster (MIA) 23 Walt Piatkowski (BGSU) 24 George Stone (MAR) 24 Bob Dwors (BGSU) 24 Howard Komives (BGSU) 23 Manny Newsome (WMU) 24 LaVern Benson (MIA) 24 Dave Zeller (MIA) 24 Jim Darrow (BGSU) 24 Leo Byrd (MAR) 24 Leo Byrd (MAR) 24 Wayne Embry (MIA) 24 Jim Ray (UT) 22 Dick Howard (WRU) 22 Al Bianchi (BGSU) 24 Dick Walls (MIA) 23 Jim Nowakowski (KSU) 22 Joe Shaw (WMU) 22 Bob Adams (WMU) 22 Dan Boven (WMU) 22 Bob Brown (MIA) 22

Assists FG 175 150 178 221 168 158 200 189 182 196 226 224 153 216 270 266 265 269 293 309 194 193 240 297 224 279 214 312 279 235 269 255 270 267 291 248 285 268 252 247 256 215 217 173 237 230 227 178 204 292 229 229 181 289 242 214 215 171 172 226 172 148 135 152 124 170

FT 165 168 171 209 161 124 124 183 94 173 220 218 141 72 172 129 159 143 163 210 126 175 179 149 176 156 162 133 204 103 110 71 119 96 113 121 112 89 143 109 108 201 92 102 146 157 80 91 145 260 97 132 172 127 220 171 171 211 191 148 143 101 49 58 119 97

TP 581 493 579 714 555 506 604 563 537 122 736 755 496 597 775 746 729 712 757 837 514 584 659 874 645 759 598 757 762 573 651 581 659 630 695 617 682 625 657 603 620 598 526 448 620 617 534 447 553 844 555 590 534 705 704 599 553 563 535 600 487 397 319 362 367 437

PPG 18.7 16.4 22.3 21.6 17.9 16.9 19.5 20.1 18.5 22.7 24.5 22.9 18.4 19.9 24.2 25.7 23.5 25.4 22.9 25.4 19.0 20.9 20.0 31.2 22.2 23.7 22.1 24.4 26.3 21.2 24.1 23.2 22.0 24.2 26.7 22.8 25.3 25.0 25.2 23.2 23.8 24.9 21.9 19.5 25.8 26.8 22.3 18.6 23.1 36.7 23.1 24.6 22.3 29.4 29.3 24.9 23.0 25.6 24.3 25.0 21.2 17.9 14.5 16.5 16.7 19.9

Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Player (School) D.J. Cooper (Ohio) Jarod Oldham (UB) D.J. Cooper (Ohio) D.J. Cooper (Ohio) Michael Allen (Ohio) Giordan Watson (CMU) Michael Redell (WMU) Sonny Troutman (Ohio) Brian Snider (WMU) DeAndre Haynes (KSU) DeAndre Haynes (KSU) A.W. Hamilton (MAR) Brandon Pardon (BGSU) Brandon Pardon (BGSU) Cornelius Jackson (MAR) Cornelius Jackosn (MAR) Jason Kimbrough (WMU) Antonio Daniels (BGSU) Antonio Daniels (BGSU) Earl Boykins (EMU) James Reed (EMU) Jamie Matthews (BSU) Mike Spicer (BSU) Keith Wade (UT) Dennis Whitaker (Ohio) Derrick Richmond (CMU) Dennis Whitaker (OH) Eddie Schilling (MIA) Percy Cooper (EMU) Eddie Schilling (MIA) Brian Miller (BGSU) David Greer (BGSU) David Greer (BGSU) David Greer (BGSU) Sonny Newman (CMU) Dave Grauzer (CMU)

G 34 31 35 37 32 31 32 32 31 33 31 25 33 29 30 27 29 31 25 30 27 34 33 33 28 27 29 28 27 31 28 30 28 25 25 28

AST 242 183 263 218 138 138 142 142 159 180 179 138 209 204 218 145 166 208 147 136 140 209 157 199 185 169 199 203 182 214 178 217 242 189 155 178

AVG 7.1 5.9 7.5 5.9 4.3 4.4 4.4 4.4 5.1 5.5 5.8 5.5 6.3 7.0 7.3 5.4 5.7 6.7 5.9 4.5 5.2 6.1 4.8 6.0 6.6 6.3 6.9 7.3 6.7 6.9 6.4 7.2 8.6 7.6 6.2 6.4

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Player (School) Matt Smith (Toledo) Brian Sullivan (Miami) Tommy Freeman (Ohio) Tommy Freeman (Ohio) Tommy Freeman (Ohio) Rashad Woods (KSU) Derek Drews (WMU) Martin Samarco (BGSU) Dennis Trammell (BSU) Rick McFadden (UA) John Reimold (BGSU) Nick Moore (UT) David Falknor (UA) Keith McLeod (BGSU) Nate Meers (KSU) Scot Effertz (KSU) Bill Slack (CMU) Aaron Brown (CMU) Joel Burns (WMU) James Heck (UT) Jeff Anderson (KSU) Sean Wightman (WMU) Emanuel Cross (BSU) Sander Scott (CMU) Howard Chambers (EMU) Steve Martenet (BGSU) Deron Goheen (EMU)

FGM-FGA 36-81 79-176 99-227 93-195 54-1127 33-69 56-121 100-219 59-122 56-118 84-200 87-192 47-87 51-107 63-148 30-69 49-96 51-104 27-53 32-69 44-82 48-76 60-128 56-115 39-77 36-64 25-47

PCT .444 .449 .436 .477 .425 .478 .463 .457 .484 .475 .420 .453 .540 .477 .426 .435 .510 .490 .461 .464 .537 .632 .469 .487 .506 .563 .532

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Player (School) Randal Holt (KSU) Tony Watson (UB) Zach Filzen (UB) Zach Filzen (UB) Robbie Harman (CMU) Michael Bramos Bubba Walther (OHIO) Eric Moore (UB) Martin Samarco (BGSU) Kevin Nelson (CMU) Jaivon Harris (Ohio) Ronald Blackshear (MAR) Nick Moore (UT) Jon Powell (WMU) Tamar Slay (MAR) LaDrell Whitehead (Ohio) Earl Boykins (EMU) D.J. Bosse (KSU) Jay Larranaga (BGSU) Ryan Jansen (CMU) Landon Hackim (MIA) Mark Alberts (UA) Mike Klinzing (KSU) Carl Thomas (EMU) Dave Jamerson (Ohio) Tim Stewart (MIA) Tommie Johnson (CMU) Brad Soucie (EMU)

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FGM-FGA 35-89 31-77 97-243 34-110 105-245 71-199 82-225 75-192 100-219 78-190 30-88 98-265 87-192 58-135 30-93 67-204 85-209 86-181 72-171 69-165 93-201 107-271 55-143 89-191 131-303 64-149 93-131 72-159

Rebounding Avg 2.5 2.5 3.10 3.24 3.50 2.37 2.65 2.68 3.45 3.12 2.93 3.38 3.00 2.32 3.10 2.39 2.74 3.20 2.70 2.70 3.10 4.12 1.96 2.70 4.68 2.29 2.91 2.48

Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951

Player (School) Majok Majok Julian Mavunga (MIA) Bradnon Bowdry (EMU) Brandon Bowdry (EMU) Marcus Van (CMU) Leon Williams (OHIO) Yassin Idbihi (UB) John Bowler (EMU) Danny Horace (MIA) Marcus Smallwood (NIU) Brandon Hunter (Ohio) Theron Smith (BSU) J.R. VanHoose (MAR) Shaun Stonerook (Ohio) Shaun Stonerook (Ohio) TJ Lux (NIU) Nate Huffman (CMU) Devin Davis (MIA) Gary Trent (Ohio) Gary Trent (Ohio) Steve Payne (BSU) Darian McKinney (CMU) Tom Best (UT) Craig Sutters (UT) Paris McCurdy (BSU) Dan Majerle (CMU) Booker James (WMU) Ron Harper (MIA) Dan Palombizio (BSU) John Devereaux (Ohio) John Devereaux (Ohio) Mitch Adamek (UT) Mike Robinson (CMU) Trent Grooms (KSU) Trent Grooms (KSU) Jeff Tropf (CMU) Matt Hicks (NIU) Matt Hicks (NIU) Cornelius Cash (BGSU) Bradley Robinson (Kent) Cornelius Cash (BGSU) Dwight Kenner (KSU) Doug Hess (UT) Doug Hess (UT) Dan McLemore (BGSU) Fred Foster (MIA) John Schroeder (Ohio) Jim Patterson (MIA) Don Hilt (Ohio) Ajac Triplett (WMU) Nate Thurmond (BGSU) Nate Thurmond (BGSU) Nate Thurmond (BGSU) Howard Joliff (Ohio) Dave Scott (Ohio) Wayne Embry (MIA) Wayne Embry (MIA) Charlie Slack (MAR) Charlie Slack (MAR) Charlie Slack (MAR) Dick Walls (MIA) Jim Nowakowski (KSU) Dick Walls (MIA)

G 30 30 30 32 26 33 28 28 30 27 30 35 27 33 28 26 26 29 33 33 34 27 33 27 32 32 27 31 29 27 32 26 26 26 27 25 27 25 27 26 26 24 24 24 24 23 23 25 26 24 27 25 24 25 24 24 24 22 21 21 23 22 23

REB 295 270 284 319 215 325 261 301 286 253 378 381 299 292 266 289 287 287 423 377 336 228 295 234 272 346 274 362 318 277 312 250 290 319 291 278 350 319 350 423 396 289 332 371 252 288 306 300 306 278 452 394 449 468 319 437 418 520 538 466 333 324 328

AVG 9.8 9.0 9.5 10.0 8.3 9.8 9.3 10.8 9.5 9.4 12.6 10.9 11.1 11.7 9.1 11.1 11.0 9.9 12.8 11.4 9.9 8.4 8.9 8.7 8.5 10.8 10.1 11.7 11.0 10.3 9.8 9.6 11.2 12.3 10.8 11.1 13.0 12.8 13.0 16.2 15.2 12.0 13.8 15.4 10.5 12.5 13.3 12.0 11.8 11.5 16.7 15.8 18.7 18.7 13.3 18.2 17.4 23.6 25.6 22.1 14.5 14.7 14.3

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Year-By-Year Individual Leaders Field Goal Percentage Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

Player (School) Zeke Marshall (UA) Matt Stainbrook (WMU) Javon McCrea (UB) Justin Dobbins (EMU) Sean Kowal (NIU) Leon Williams (OHIO) Florentino Valencia (UT) Florentino Valencia (UT) Josh Almanson (BGSU) Gerritt Brigitha (CMU) Chris Kaman (CMU) Len Matela (BGSU) J.R. VanHoose (MAR) John Whorton (KSU) J.R. Van Hoose (MAR) Ryan Andrick (UA) Ed Sears (Ohio) Ben Handlogten (WMU) Shane Kline-Ruminski (BGSU) Scoop Williams (UT) Gary Trent (Ohio) Mike Williams (MIA) Marcus Kennedy (EMU) Joe Moore (BGSU) Lamont Hanna (MIA) Chad Keller (UT) Mike McCaskill (EMU) Steve Martenet (BGSU) Derek Boldon (CMU) Derek Boldon (CMU) Bill Faine (BGSU) Allen Rayhorn (NIU) Al Gooden (BSU) Jim Swaney (UT) Scott Spencer (BGSU) Archie Aldridge (MIA) Tom Cutter (WMU) Tom Cutter (WMU) Dan Roundfield (CMU) Paul Griffin (WMU) Jim Brown (UT) Tom Kozelko (UT) Craig Love (Ohio) Ron Snyder (MIA) Ray Loucks (MIA) Walt Piatkowski (BGSU) Fred Foster (MIA) Phil Snow (MIA) Jeff Gehring (MIA) Tom Baker (BGSU) Dave Anderson (WMU) Bob Dawson (BGSU) Stacy Bunton (Ohio) Jim Darrow (BGSU) John Bilhoan (MAR) Hal Greer (MAR) Wayne Embry (MIA) Hal Greer (MAR) Bob Strawser (Ohio) Alan Barkeley (WMU) Dick Walls (MIA) Jim Nowakowski (KSU) Joe Shaw (WMU) Joe Shaw (WMU)

FGM-FGA 153-235 152-262 166-263 120-195 114-207 180-293 164-246 145-220 189-319 184-323 244-392 192-323 160-277 159-250 149-251 87-154 156-241 154-257 181-265 153-259 194-298 131-189 240-352 144-239 128-224 121-188 152-256 110-188 171-286 151-238 157-286 149-259 160-282 218-354 119-197 228-375 128-215 140-217 216-353 109-186 81-137 215-392 182-351 49-81 96-170 262-502 183-394 109-218 161-303 150-273 63-115 86-178 82-171 289-586 155-316 155-316 215-420 123-200 69-129 51-111 172-403 148-351 135-335 N/A

Free Throw Percentage PCT .651 .580 .631 .615 .551 .614 .667 .659 .592 .570 .622 .578 .578 .636 .594 .565 .647 .600 .683 .591 .651 .693 .682 .603 .571 .644 .594 .585 .598 .634 .549 .575 .567 .616 .604 .608 .595 .645 .612 .586 .591 .549 .519 .605 .565 .524 .481 .500 .531 .549 .548 .483 .480 .493 .489 .489 .511 .615 .535 .450 .427 .421 .400 .407

Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948

Player (School) Kyle Randall (CMU) Randy Davis (BSU) Randy Davis (BSU) David Kool (WMU) Darryl Roberts (UA) Bubba Walther (OHIO) David Kool (WMU) Justin Ingram (UT) Michael Ross (EMU) Matt McCollom (BSU) Ronald Blackshear (MAR) Robby Collum (WMU) Chad Pleiness (CMU) Chad Kamstra (UT) Jami Bosley (UA) Chad Kamstra (UT) Scott Gooden (UA) Landon Hackim (MIA) Brook Bright (KSU) Antonio Daniels (BGSU) Sean Wightman (WMU) Dan Aloi (Ohio) Lewis Geter (Ohio) Clinton Venable (BGSU) Ric Blevins (Kent) Dave Jamerson (Ohio) Billy Stanback (WMU) Eric Newsome (MIA) Donald Petties (WMU) Carl Armato (NIU) Melvin McLaughlin (CMU) Chuck Stahl (MIA) Kenny Howell (KSU) Joe Faine (BGSU) Dave Grauzer (CMU) Jay Lehman (UT) Bill Weaver (EMU) Leonard Drake (CMU) Ron Dieringer (MIA) Jeff Montgomery (BGSU) Gary Dees (MIA) Tom Kozelko (UT) Steve Handy (MIA) Gerald Sears (MIA) Mike Wren (MIA) Walt Piatkowski (BGSU) Fred Foster (MIA) Walt Piatkowski (BGSU) Dave Anderson (EMU) Manny Newsome (WMU) Howard Komives (BGSU) Howard Komives (BGSU) Pete Baltic (KSU) Herb Rowan (MIA) Leo Byrd (MAR) Hal Greer (MAR) Jim Thomas (MIA) Jim Ray (UT) Tom Bryant (MIA) Jim Gerber (BGSU) Lowell Shumaker (KSU) Dick Walls (MIA) Dick Walls (MIA) Charles Tiberghein (MIA) Don Groggel (WMU) Bob Brown (MIA)

FTM-FTA 165-193 71-82 117-134 209-233 75-81 62-71 99-108 127-145 82-96 115-139 111-125 127-147 76-86 79-91 155-180 60-70 63-71 82-94 57-67 84-103 58-65 72-85 137-158 114-129 94-105 74-87 82-94 134-158 117-137 83-96 110-129 57-65 45-54 84-97 70-81 67-81 57-69 101-115 63-73 75-91 40-47 168-201 46-55 58-67 86-104 75-92 133-174 80-104 158-183 130-150 122-150 134-156 77-90 103-133 220-266 95-114 68-82 221-276 72-91 125-173 79-102 117-164 84-118 40-57 33-48 97-156

PCT .855 .866 .873 .897 .926 .873 .917 .876 .854 .827 .888 .864 .884 .868 .861 .857 .887 .872 .851 .816 .892 .847 .867 .884 .895 .851 .872 .848 .854 .865 .853 .877 .833 .866 .864 .827 .826 .878 .863 .842 .851 .836 .836 .866 .827 .815 .764 .769 .863 .867 .813 .859 .855 .774 .827 .833 .829 .801 .791 .723 .774 .713 .712 .701 .687 .622

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Year-By-Year Individual Leaders Steals Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

Player (School) Chris Bond D.J. Cooper D.J. Cooper (Ohio) Byron Mulkey (UB) D.J. Cooper (Ohio) Nate Miller (BGSU) Jonathan Amos (UT) Sonny Troutman (Ohio) Brian Snider (WMU) Keith Triplett (UT) Keith Triplett (UT) Robby Collum (WMU) Robby Collum (WMU) Trent Jackson (BGSU) Jimmal Ball (UA) Dunae Clemens (BSU) Bonzi Wells (BSU) DeMar Moore (BGSU) Bonzi Wells(BSU) Bonzi Wells (BSU) Bonzi Wells (BSU) Jamie Mahaffey (MIA) Sam Brown (UT) Keith Stalling (BSU) Nate Craig (Ohio) Harold Walton (KSU) Lorenzo Neely (EMU) Lorenzo Neely (EMU) Reggie Adams (KSU) Ron Harper (MIA) Ron Harper (MIA) Booker James (WMU) Ron Harper (MIA) David Jenkins (BGSU) John Williams (BSU) Robert Kitchen (KSU) Dave Grauzer (CMU) Dave Grauzer (CMU) -Not Available-Not AvailableJames McElroy (CMU) Dan Roundfield (CMU)

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Blocked Shots G 30 34 37 34 37 30 30 32 31 29 31 31 30 29 28 27 29 31 29 28 30 30 28 33 28 29 29 30 29 31 31 26 28 29 30 27 28 25

STEALS 61 68 85 85 93 60 78 82 63 75 79 83 72 59 72 67 103 78 73 87 84 59 51 67 64 62 78 71 76 101 82 47 62 72 55 67 63 62

AVG 2.0 2.0 2.3 2.50 2.5 2.0 2.6 2.6 2.0 2.6 2.6 2.7 2.4 2.0 2.6 2.5 3.6 2.5 2.5 3.1 2.8 2.0 1.8 2.0 2.3 2.1 2.7 2.4 2.6 3.3 2.7 1.8 2.2 2.5 1.8 2.5 2.3 2.5

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Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

Player (School) Zeke Marshall (UA) Zeke Marshall (UA) Zeke Marshall (UA) Zeke Marshall (UA) LaMarcus Lowe (WMU) Haminn Quaintance (KSU) James Hughes (NIU) James Hughes (NIU) James Hughes (NIU) John Edwards (KSU) Chris Kaman (CMU) Lonnie Jones (BSU) Patrick Flomo (OH) Lonnie Jones (BSU) Lonnie Jones (BSU) George Phillips (UA) Charles Macon (CMU) Jason Terry (Ohio) Theron Wilson (EMU) Jason Terry (OH) Theron Wilson (EMU) J.C.Harris (UT) J.C.Harris (UT) Brian Nolan (EMU) Brian Nolan (EMU) John Rhodes (Ohio) Charles Smith (BSU) Ron Harper (MIA) Mike Chesser (BSU) John Devereaux (Ohio) John Devereaux (Ohio) Allen Rayhorn (NIU) Allen Rayhorn (NIU) -Not AvailableGeorge Bradley (BSU) -Not AvailableBen Poquette (CMU) Ben Poquette (CMU) Dan Roundfield (CMU) Dan Roundfield (CMU)

G 33 34 36 35 28 35 30 25 28 31 31 34 30 31 26 27 26 30 30 33 30 27 33 32 29 30 27 31 29 28 32 30 29

BLKD SHTS 122 95 92 59 48 69 64 40 53 81 98 89 105 84 52 42 46 89 80 85 96 60 45 49 59 39 86 71 40 70 99 74 78

AVG 3.7 2.8 2.5 1.7 1.7 1.9 2.1 1.6 1.9 2.6 3.2 2.7 3.5 2.7 2.0 1.6 1.8 3.0 2.7 2.6 3.2 2.2 1.4 1.5 2.0 1.3 3.2 2.3 1.4 2.5 3.1 2.5 2.7

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