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Maine Men’s Basketball ∞ 2012-13 Media Guide

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2012-13 Maine Men’s Basketball Media Guide

Maine Men’s Basketball ∞ 2012-13 Media Guide

2009-10 Maine Men’s Basketball Media

T able O f C ontents Quick Facts 3 The University of Maine 4 President Ferguson/AD Steve Abbott 5 Maine at a Glance 6 Blue Sky Project 7 Student-Athlete Support 8-10 Black Bear Points of Pride 11 Alfond Arena 12 Head Coach Ted Woodward 13-17 Assoc. Head Coach Douglas Leichner 18 Asst. Coach Nate Philippe 19 Asst. Coach Jon Sheets 20 Rosters 21 Bios 22-29 America East Tournament 30 Coaching Records 31 Year-By-Year Results 32-35 Records vs. Teams 36 Record Book 37-41 Letterwinners 42-43 The2009-10UniversityofMaineMen’sBasketballMediaGuideisapublicationoftheUniversityof MaineAthleticMediaRelationsOffice.Editor:AndrewMaoneyEditorialAssistance:DougDeBiase, LauraReedandTysonMcHatten.Photographssuppliedby:WilliamDrake,MichaelYork,Brian Jenkins,AmyBrooks,GazelleImages,DougDeBiase,LauraReedandAndrewMahoney.   Incomplyingwiththeletterandspiritofapplicablelawsandinpursuingitsowngoalsof diversity,theUniversityofMaineSystemshallnotdiscriminateonthegroundsofrace,color, religion,sex,sexualorientation,includingtransgenderstatusorgenderexpression,national origin,citizenshipstatus,age,disabilityorveteran’sstatusinemployment,educationandallother areasoftheUniversitySystem.TheUniversityprovidesreasonableaccomodationstoqualified individuals with disabilities upon request.   QuestionandcomplaintsaboutdiscriminationinanyareaoftheUniversityshouldbedirected totheDirectorofEqualOpportunity,theUniversityofMaine,Room101,5754NorthStevensHall, Orono,Maine04469-5754,telephone207-581-12256,TTY(207)581-9484. DuetofederallawregardingprivacyofmedialinformationundertheHealthInsurancePortability andAccountabilityAct(HIPAA),theUniversityofMainewillnotreleaseastudent-athlete’smedical informationtothemedia.UMaine,may,however,releaseinformationatanappropriatetimeasto howlongastudentathlete’sinjurywillkeephim/herfromparticipatinginathleticcompetition. Thisdisclosurewillonlyoccurafterthestudent-athletehassignedawaiverformrelatedtothe specificinjurythathasoccurred.Weaskthecooperationofthemediainnotaskingcoachesor teampersonnelquestionsregardinginjuriestostudent-athletes.Furthermore,ifastudent-athlete choosesnottodivulgeaninjuryorillness,werequestthatyourespecthisorherchoice.

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Maine Men’s Basketball ∞ 2012-13 Media Guide • General Information School: The University of Maine Location: Orono, Maine 04469 Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 11,168 Nickname: Black Bears Colors: Blue (PMS 289 and 292) and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: America East Facility: Harold Alfond Sports Arena (5,712) President: Paul Ferguson, Ph. D. Director of Athletics: Steve Abbott (Harvard ‘85) Athletic Dept. Telephone: (207) 581-1052 Assoc. AD for Compliance: Eileen Flaherty (Bryant ‘99) Assoc. AD for External Operations: Joe Roberts (Massachusetts ’89) Assoc. AD for Internal Operations/Facilities: Will Biberstein (Illinois ’96) Asst. AD for Finance: Sue Randall (Maine ’89) Asst. AD for Public Relations: Laura Reed (Maine ’98) • History First Year of Men’s Basketball: 1904–05 Program Record: 927-1,046 NCAA Tournaments: None Last Post-Season Game: March 5, 2011   America East Tournament - Quarterfinals Result: Vermont 50, Maine 40 • Media Relations Information Asst. AD for Public Relations: Laura Reed   Office Phone: 207-581-3646 Assistant Manager of Athletic Media Relations: (MBB Contact)   Andrew Mahoney   E-mail: andrew.mahoney@umit.maine.edu   Office Phone: (207) 581-4158   Cell Phone: (813) 298-9698 Assistant Manager of Athletic Media Relations: Tyson McHatten   Office Phone: (207) 581-3596 Athletic Media Relations FAX Number: (207) 581-3297 Alfond Arena Press Row Phone: (207) 581-1049 Web Site: www.GoBlackBears.com Mailing Address: University of Maine Athletic Media Relations 5747 Memorial Gym Orono, ME 04469-5747

• Coaching Information

Head Coach: Ted Woodward (Bucknell ’86) Record at UMaine: 100-136 (Eight Seasons) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (207) 581-1094 Best Time to Contact: Through Media Relations Dept. Associate Head Coach: Douglas Leichner (CCSU ‘92) Assistant Coaches: Nate Philippe (St. Mary’s (Canada)) Jon Sheets (Maine ‘07) Basketball Trainer: Paula Linder, M.Ed., ATC Physician: John Engle, M.D., Michael Rizzo, FNP and the Center for Family Medicine at Eastern Maine Medical Center Orthopedic Physician: Dr. Thompson McGuire, O.D. • Team Information

2011-12 Overall Record:   12-17 (7-6 home, 5-10 road, 0-1 neutral) 2011-12 Conference Record:   6-10 (3-5 home, 3-5 road, 0-0 neutral) Conference Finish: Seventh Place Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 6/5 Newcomers: 7 Starters Returning / Lost: 3/2 Oct. 27 Laval Nov. 3 Acadia University Nov. 10 at Dartmouth Nov. 14 at Holy Cross Nov. 17 Brown Nov. 21 at Seton Hall Nov. 25 Siena Nov. 28 at Northeastern Dec. 1 at Duquesne Dec. 6 Fisher Dec. 9 at Florida St. Dec. 14 at Army Dec. 16 at Marist Dec. 22 Fla. Gulf Coast Dec. 29 at Quinnipiac Jan. 2 Boston U. * Jan. 5 UMBC * Jan. 9 at Hartford * Jan. 12 at Albany (N.Y.) * Jan. 19 Binghamton * Jan. 22 Vermont * Jan. 26 at Stony Brook * Jan. 30 New Hampshire * Feb. 2 at UMBC * Feb. 5 at Boston U. * Feb. 9 Albany (N.Y.) * Feb. 13 Hartford * Feb. 16 at Binghamton * Feb. 20 at Vermont * Feb. 24 Stony Brook * Mar. 3 at New Hampshire *

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University of Maine

• Founded in 1865. • Ranked in the top 15% of America’s Colleges by Forbes Magazine. • Enrollment: 11,168; 8,911 undergraduate (fall 2011). • More than 90 majors and academic programs. • Maine’s only Division I athletics program. • Students from 44 U.S. states and territories, and 84 countries (fall 2011). • More than 200 student clubs and organizations. • 15:1 student-faculty ratio. • Median undergraduate class size: 19. • The student retention from first to second year is 78 percent, with majors in the Maine Business School, the College of Engineering and the College of Education and Human Development reaching roughly 83 percent. • For Maine residents, annual tuition, fees, room and board cost about $19,500, and for nonresidents, about $35,250 in 2011-12. 4 • 2012-13 Maine Men’s Basketball

• UMaine, sited on 660 acres on Marsh Island, consists of 37 academic buildings, 30 administrative buildings, 18 residence halls, 18 specific laboratory facilities, 14 Greek life houses, 4 dining facilities and 10 sports facilities. • The University of Maine has five research farms in the state — Aroostook Farm in Presque Isle; Blueberry Hill Farm in Jonesboro; Rogers Farm in Stillwater; Highmoor Farm in Monmouth; and J.F. Witter Teaching and Research Center in Old Town — and a marine sciences research facility, the Darling Marine Center in Walpole, Maine. • University of Maine Cooperative Extension has 16 offices serving all Maine counties and the UMaine campus; operates four Marine Extension Team facilities in partnership with Maine Sea Grant; and operates three 4-H camps. • UMaine’s campus was designed by legendary landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed Central Park in New York City and the White House grounds in Washington, D.C. • In 2003, the entire UMaine campus was designated as an arboretum. • There are 15 miles of running, biking and cross-country skiing trails on campus.


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university of maine President Paul Ferguson

Paul W. Ferguson became the 19th president of the University of Maine in July 2011.

A Southern California native, President Ferguson is a Whittier College graduate who earned a Ph.D. in pharmacology and toxicology at the University of California, Davis in 1981. He is an accomplished health scientist with a 30-year record of scholarship as an award-winning professor in the fields of toxicology and public health. President Ferguson rose through the academic ranks, leading research and outreach efforts in four states to assess and reduce potential health risks from chemical exposures. During this time, Dr. Ferguson also worked as a senior toxicologist for Unocal Corporation, a Los Angeles-based international energy resources company. Since 1993, Dr. Ferguson has progressed through academic administration, initially serving as vice provost and dean of graduate studies and research at the University of Louisiana, Monroe. At the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, he was vice president for research and graduate studies. Prior to joining the University of Maine, Dr. Ferguson was at the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University, where he was provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. As a campus leader highly regarded for his commitment to engagement, inclusivity and quality, President Ferguson has a demonstrated record of university transformations in the areas of increased research and economic development, university-community partnerships, student success, faculty development and academic quality. Currently, President Ferguson is leading an inclusive, campus-wide planning and implementation process to elevate the University of Maine to new levels of excellence as the most distinctive 21st-century land-grant university of its kind in the nation.

Director of Athletics Steve Abbott   Steve Abbott was named Director of Athletics at the University of Maine on August 20, 2010. He comes to Maine with a wealth of knowledge of Black Bear athletics. Abbott grew up in Orono and his father, Walt, was a professor, head football coach and athletic administrator at Maine for 50 years. Formerly an attorney for Pierce Atwood, northern New England’s largest law firm, Abbott served as Chief of Staff for Senator Susan Collins from 1997 through 2009. He was the top advisor to Senator Collins from her first year through her rise to prominence in the Senate, including her Chairmanship of the Homeland Security Committee. Abbott managed her Washington office and her six Maine offices. He supervised a staff of more than fifty and worked extensively with Maine constituents including business, state and academic leaders. Abbott is a 1985 graduate of Harvard College with a degree in history. He was captain of the Harvard football team in 1984. He graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 1991. He also studied Sport Management at the University of Massachusetts.

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You’re In A Great Place Maine’s Flagship at a Glance Ranked as one of the top national universities by P r i n c e t o n R e v i e w, F o r b e s , U. S . N e w s a n d Wo r l d Repor t, and Fiske Guide • ranked as one of the N a t i o n a l S c i e n c e F o u n d a t i o n ’s t o p 1 0 0 p u b l i c u n i versities for research • annual research expendit u r e s o f m o r e t h a n $ 1 0 0 m i l l i o n • M a i n e ’s o n l y N C A A D i v i s i o n I a t h l e t i c s p r o g r a m w i t h 1 7 m e n ’s a n d w o m e n ’s t e a m s • M a i n e ’s m o s t c o m p r e h e n s i v e academic experience with more than 90 majors and a c a d e m i c p r o g r a m s , 7 5 m a s t e r ’s p r o g r a m s a n d 3 0 d o c t o r a l p r o g r a m s • h o m e t o o n e o f t h e n a t i o n ’s o l d e s t h o n o r s p r o g r a m s • M a i n e ’s o n l y f e d e r a l l y designated land grant and sea grant institution • ever y $1 invested by the state in UMaine is associated with $8 in total statewide economic activity • winner of two NCAA Division I National Champio n s h i p s i n m e n ’s i c e h o c k e y • r a n k e d a s o n e o f 1 6 c o l l e g e s n a t i o n w i d e o n P r i n c e t o n R e v i e w ’s G r e e n Honor Roll • more than 100,000 alumni worldwide

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Blue Sky Project

  University of Maine President Paul Ferguson has officially released a strategic plan that creates a blueprint for the state’s flagship public university to become one of the most distinctive universities in the country for student achievement and community engagement.   The plan, “The Blue Sky Project: Reaffirming Public Higher Education at Maine’s Flagship University,” was accepted by the University of Maine System trustees at their board meeting in Bangor July 9.   “This plan isn’t just about making the University of Maine a bigger, better and more financially sustainable institution,” says Ferguson. “It also is about reconnecting the university to the people of Maine so that we can have a major impact on the future growth and prosperity of our state in the 21st century.”   The plan is centered around investing in UMaine’s existing areas of distinction and launching a number of new initiatives to better align the university’s resources and programs with the needs of the state. It outlines five strategic pathways, summarized as the “Five M’s,” and a series of related initiatives and strategies to transform UMaine in the next five years:   Maine’s Renewal – Ensure that UMaine teaching, research, outreach, workforce and economic development program excellence are in close alignment with Maine’s priority needs. Initiatives include increasing campus/private sector partnerships by 50 percent in the next five years, and aligning technology and educational programs with Maine’s economic infrastructure needs.   Money and Management – Optimize operating efficiencies and control expenditures within a financially sustainable business model, and seek new and entrepreneurial revenue sources. Initiatives include a new enrollment management unit and a plan to potentially increase enrollment to 15,000 (from 11,168 in 2012), increasing the number of out-of-state and international students, and increasing academic partnerships with Maine’s community colleges.

  Morale and Marketing – Invest in faculty and staff professional development, refresh the UMaine brand and improve communication among all constituencies. Initiatives include establishing consistent and high-quality brand standards to better promote UMaine, harnessing the goodwill of alumni for student internships and career networking, and promoting UMaine’s role in athletics as the state’s only NCAA Division I school.   Mentoring and Modeling – Promote undergraduate and graduate opportunities for student success, including value-added residential life, research fellowships, internships, and more effective advising and learning environments. Initiatives include developing new models for learning to better prepare graduates for meaningful jobs and lives, establishing an outcomes-based assessment of all academic programs, and increasing the number of externally funded opportunities for hands-on student research.   Master Plan and Maintenance – Restore and create UMaine’s physical plant and technology infrastructure to ensure a vibrant place of learning and discovery. Initiatives include a Total Cost of Ownership (TOC) approach to managing UMaine’s $1 billion in infrastructure and real estate, fully funding appropriate levels of campus upkeep and beautification, and continuing to implement campus sustainability initiatives.   Ferguson, who came to UMaine in July 2011 and was formally inaugurated as the 19th president this past April, began the “Blue Sky” project shortly after arriving on campus. From November 2011 to April of this year, a 26-member leadership team, made up of faculty, staff, students and alumni, met weekly to develop the plan. More than 30 informational meetings attracted hundreds of participants and more than 250 contributors submitted “blue sky ideas.”   “This has been a comprehensive, inclusive process that has united the entire University community around a renewed sense of pride, purpose and commitment to serving the people of Maine,” Ferguson says. “There is much work to be done, but we see blues skies ahead for this great University and the State of Maine.”

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University of Maine

Accounting Animal and Veterinary Sciences Anthropology Art Education Art History Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology Botany Business Administration Chemistry Child Development and Family Relations Clinical Laboratory Sciences Communication Communication Sciences and Disorders Computer Science Early Childhood Education Earth Sciences Ecology and Environmental Sciences Economics Elementary Education Engineering – Bioengineering – Chemical – Civil – Computer – Electrical – Engineering Physics

Undergraduate Degrees Offered at the University of Maine – Environmental – Mechanical – Pulp and Paper Engineering Technology – Construction Management – Electrical Technology – Mechanical Technology – Surveying English Environmental Horticulture Explorations Finance Financial Economics Food Science and Human Nutrition Forest Operations, Bioproducts and Bioenergy Forestry Franco-American Studies French Health Professions History Interdisciplinary Studies International Affairs – Anthropology – Canadian Studies – History – Modern Languages – Political Science – Women’s Studies

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International Business Journalism Kinesiology and Physical Education Management Marine Sciences Marketing Mass Communication Mathematics Microbiology Modern Languages Molecular and Cellular Biology Music Music Education Music Performance New Media Nursing Parks, Recreation and Tourism Philosophy Physics Political Science Pre-Dental Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Optometry Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Veterinary Psychology Romance Languages

ROTC Army and Navy Secondary Education – English – Foreign Languages – Mathematics – Science – Social Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Studio Art Sustainable Agriculture Theatre University Studies Wildlife Ecology Zoology

5-year Degree Programs: • Liberal Arts and Engineering or Technology dual Forever” Providence College,Engineering where he established the “Friars degree campaign and Friar Athletic Fund. He began his career at the • B.A./B.S. in Liberal Arts with an University of Miami working in corporate sales/athletic develM.B.A. opment. James has also worked at the University of Nebraska. • B.A./B.S. in Engineering with an He received a M.B.A. bachelor’s degree in marketing in 1992 from Minnesota State-Mankato, earned aArts master’s • B.A./B.S.and in Liberal withdegree an from St. Thomas University Fla.) in 1994. M.A.(Miami, in Teaching James and his•wife, Kelly, reside and in Veazie withEcology their B.S. in Forestry Wildlife


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outstanding support

Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes:

Athletic academic counselors are committed to providing the environment and support necessary to empower student-athletes to achieve their full academic potential, culminating in a degree from the University of Maine.

243

(Scholar-Athletes with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in 2011-12)

97

(Graduates in 2011-12)

27

(Capital One Academic All-America Honors -- all time)

48

(Capital One Academic All-District I honors – all time)

2

(Sports that received Public Recognition for their multiyear APR scores, which were in the top 10 percent of their respective sports)

2

(America East Academic Cups 2004 and 2007)

3.04

(Department-wide GPA for all Black Bear teams competing in America East in 2011-12)

Academic Support Offered

>> Individual academic counseling >> Tracking of academic eligibility and progress >> Tutoring program >> Study, time management and organizational skills >> Support for students with learning disabilities >> Sezak Academic Center and study table >> Laptop loan program

What Graduates Are Saying

Kelly Newton (field hockey): “Being a student-athlete at the University of Maine has changed my life forever. The friends I have made and the memories I will take away with me are irreplaceable. Throughout the last four years, I have come to learn the true meaning of dedication, and that hard work really does pay off. I am proud to say that the University of Maine has made me a better person.” Brian Landry (men’s swimming): “Being a student-athlete here at UMaine the past four years has given me opportunities and taught me life lessons I could not have gotten anywhere else. Competing at UMaine added another dimension to my college career, prompting me to be more focused and dedicated to everything I did. I will cherish the times spent at practice and competitions. As said last year by teammate Jeremy Bender, “when you are gone you’re always a Black Bear.” Jillian O’Brien (women’s track): “During the last four years as a Black Bear, I have learned and experienced more than I ever thought possible to prepare me to be a strong, successful professional in the future. The University of Maine gave me an opportunity to get a great college education and a place to take my athletic ability to the next level. Once a Black Bear, always a Black Bear.” Andrew Rogers (men’s basketball): “I could not be prouder to declare that I am a Black Bear student-athlete. These last four years of embracing the role of two full-time jobs, being both a student and an athlete, have helped shape me as a young man. Hard work, perseverance, dedication and facing challenges head on are all daily requirements as a student-athlete. As Black Bears, it’s great to know that we will take these same characteristics into the game of life. Go Blue!” Ashley Kelley (softball): “As a member of the athletics family, I have been fortunate to meet many wonderful people while traveling around the country representing my school. Balancing classes, workouts, travel and competing at the highest level have given me the skills and confidence to be successful after graduation. The Athletics Department gives you the guidance necessary to excel on and off the field. You come in from high school as an individual but leave as a part of something really special.”

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for student-athletes Athletic Training/ Strength and Conditioning

Life Skills

>> LIFE SKILLS Seminars: Student-athletes work with the life skills coordinator and campus members to design and participate in workshops covering a variety of areas: career development, team building, alcohol and drug education and nutrition. Multicultural Programs: The University and its Athletic Department have a commitment to supporting diversity in the campus community. A liaison relationship involving full-time staff members has developed between the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Department of Athletics to promote an appreciation of diversity and to serve the athletes of different cultures. Student-Athlete Advisory Committee: Members from each of the intercollegiate sports teams meet with athletic and academic administrators regularly to help promote efficient communication between the Athletics Department and the student-athlete population.

>> TOP-RATE MEDICAL STAFF The Maine sports medicine team includes six certified athletic trainers and one graduate assistant certified athletic trainer, a team physician, an orthopedic physician, a wide variety of medical specialists and student-athletic trainers. Other specialists on the Maine athletic health care team include an optometrist, a chiropractor and a dentist.

The women’s basketball team raised $10,255 for its annual Play4Kay Breast Cancer awareness fundraiser game. Since the $10k goal was met, Coach Barron lived up to his word, having his head shaved.

Community Involvement:

Black Bear student-athletes do not just receive tremendous support. They also return the support to the local community. Events that student-athletes took part in last season included: Martin Luther King Diversity Day, Toys for Tots, Salvation Army Angel Tree, Operation Christmas Child, Play4Kay, volunteering numerous hours at both the Ronald McDonald House and the Old Town YMCA, Cub Tracks Triathlon, Warms Heads Warm Hearts, Skate with the Bears, Black Bear Mentors, Skating Strides and many more activities! Maine athletics donates thousands of dollars worth of tickets to nonprofits each year!

>> MIKE KESSOCK SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER The Mike Kessock Sports Medicine Center, in Memorial Gymnasium, houses some of the newest technology in the field of sports medicine. This facility provides injury prevention, treatment and rehabilitation for student-athletes. >> SPEED, STRENGTH and CONDITIONING Maine Speed, Strength and Conditioning is a performance-based program focused on achieving success in athletic events and maintaining an injury-free environment. Philosophy: 1. Developing a mentally and physically challenging training environment that will allow athletes to maximize their ability; 2. Increase performance in athletic events; 3. Decrease the risk of injury through the teaching of progressive strength and power development exercises; 4. Identify dysfunctional movement patterns and correct the pattern. Fundamentals of an athlete: Lower-body strength; Lower-body power; Core strength; Ability to accelerate and decelerate; Mobility; Balanced upper body (posterior/anterior). >> INTERCOLLEGIATE STRENGTH CENTER IN THE LATTI FITNESS CENTER The Intercollegiate Athletic Strength Center in the Latti Fitness Center serves as the home for all varsity teams. The Intercollegiate Center is entering its sixth year as home of the Black Bears in 2012-13. >> INTERCOLLEGIATE STRENGTH CENTER BY THE NUMBERS 3 5,000 square feet 3 10,000 pounds of weights 3 10 multi purpose power racks 3 Nine Olympic platforms 3 Five various cardiovascular machines 3 Five half racks 3 Five glue/hamstring machines 3 Nine sets of Eleiko/Uesaka olympic bum per sets 3 Four slide boards 3 Electrical timing systems

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black bear Points of Pride Historic Achievements

>> Maine has celebrated two NCAA championships in men’s ice hockey. Maine defeated Lake Superior State, 5-4, to capture the school’s first crown in 1993, and then knocked off New Hampshire, 3-2, to win the school’s second title in 1999.

>> Every year since 1986, at least one Black Bear team or individual has competed in an NCAA Championship event. >> The Black Bear baseball team has made seven appearances in the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. >> The following is a list of conference titles in Maine history: Men’s Ice Hockey Hockey East-1989, 1992, 1993, 2000, 2004 Baseball America East-1990, 1991, 1993, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2011 Men’s Cross Country America East-2004 Softball America East-1994, 2004, 2006 Football Yankee Conference-1949, 1951, 1952, 1961, 1965, 1974, 1982, 1987, 1989 Atlantic 10 - 2001, 2002 Women’s Basketball America East-1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 199394, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05 Men’s Outdoor Track America East-1995

Football Advanced to the Final Eight of the FCS Playoffs

Spencer Abbott

Kelly Newton

Jerron McMillian Corey Conner

Athletic Success In 2011-12 • UMaine has won two NCAA Division I National Championships in men’s ice hockey in addition to 18 NCAA appearances and 11 Frozen Four appearances. • Alfond Arena recognized as the college hockey rink with the “Best Atmosphere”by the Wall Street Journal (2011). •Two Hobey Baker Award winners from UMaine (Scott Pellerin and Paul Kariya), recognized as the top NCAA men’s ice hockey player.

• UMaine football has won 11 conference titles and made six NCAA Tournament appearances, including three NCAA Final Eight appearances in the last 10 years. Maine played in the 1965 Tangerine Bowl. • UMaine football has had 43 players in NFL camps. There are currently eight players listed on NFL rosters. UMaine football has produced 35 All-Americans (2012). • Three Black Bears have played in the Super Bowl.

•46 former Black Bears play in the NHL. John Tortorella is head coach of the New York Rangers. Garth Snow is general manager of the New York Islanders.

• UMaine softball has won three conference titles and made UMaine’s first NCAA appearance by a women’s team in 1994.

• UMaine baseball has seven CollegeWorld Series appearances and 16 NCAA regional appearances. Baseball has won seven conference titles, including the 2011 championship.

• Former UMaine men’s basketball player Rick Carlisle led the Dallas Mavericks to a 2011 NBA Championship win, while Jim Boylan is an assistant coach with the Indiana Pacers.

• UMaine baseball has had seven major league players in addition to coaches Brian Butterfield and Carl“Stump”Merrill. • UMaine women’s basketball has won 13 conference titles and made seven NCAA Tournament appearances. Four All-Americans have combined for 14 All-American honors.

• UMaine field hockey received its highest national ranking ever in 2011 when it was ranked 10th in the nation. • Track and field great Viktoria Rybalko competed in the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics and recently returned to UMaine as an assistant coach. • UMaine track has garnered three All-America honors in the last two years. www.GoBlackBears.com • 11


harold alfond sports arena Home of the Black Bears, the Harold Alfond Sports Arena is one of the finest all-purpose facilities in the Northeast.

TEAM Points 127,Mainevs.Vermont2-19-93 Rebounds 69,Hartfordvs.Maine1-22-94 Steals 23, Maine vs. Fisher 9-13-07 Assists 31, Maine vs. Albany 1-4-03 Blocks 11,Mainevs.Loyola(Md.)1-10-95 INDIVIDUAL Points 39, Matt Cirino, UNH, 1-17-96 39,AndyBedard,Hampton11-14-98 Rebounds 22,JustinRowevs.NU12-22-02 Steals 8,CaseyArenavs.CCSU,12-13-93 8,AllenLedbettervs.UNH1-16-99 Assists 13,CaseyArenavs.UNH1-17-96 Blocks 8,JustinRowevs.StonyBrook2-2-03

  The Harold Alfond Sports Arena, one of the finest all-purpose facilities in the Northeast, was completed in February of 1977. The generosity of Mr. Harold Alfond allowed for basketball to return to campus in a modern, upgraded facility on January 17,1992, when UMaine met Drexel University.   Mr. Alfond, who has donated over $7 million to the University since 1968, contributed $2 million for the expansion in 1991. Mr. Alfond’s gift at that time was the largest one-time (non-posthumous) cash contribution ever bestowed upon the University. Over 2,000 people, headed by Mr. Alfond, contributed funds for the original construction of the complex.   The expansion created 70-foot by 140-foot additions to the east and west sides of the Arena allowing for the installation of 1,200 seats. The construction raises the capacity to over 5,200 for hockey and nearly 6,000 for basketball.   Included in the Arena expansion were additional concession areas and rest rooms, lockerrooms, ticket offices and souvenir stands. A storage area was also built for the new basketball court used in the facility.   Alfond Arena is the home of Maine’s men’s and women’s basketball teams, along with serving as the home for Maine nationally ranked men’s ice hockey team. The Black Bear women’s ice hockey team also calls Alfond Arena home. Alfond Arena is also used by high school and

youth hockey leagues, and for concerts and graduation ceremonies. In 1994, Hillary Rodham Clinton greeted over 6,000 people from the University Community in Alfond Arena. In the fall of 2006, Notre Dame’s “Rudy” spoke to UMaine student-body at Alfond Arena.   The complex is a modern facility with virtually no obstructed-view seats, and an excellent view of the court. Bleachers have been purchased to be used on the floor level allowing fans an even closer view of the game.   In the summer of 2006, six additional luxury boxes were added to Alfond Arena, along with the changes to ADA -accessable seating resulted in the capacity of 5,633.   A new concession area was constructed in 2006, along with a new Bear Necessities store.   In 2007, nearly 18,000 fans saw the Black Bears compete at the Alfond Arena. The Alfond Arena now has a state-of-the-art video scoreboard that will allow fans to watch a live video of the game as well as instant replays.


Ted Woodward

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H ea d Coac h • B uc k ne l l ’ 8 6 N inth S ea son at M a i ne Now in his ninth season at the helm of the Black Bears, head coach Ted Woodward’s team looks poised to rise back to the top half of America East after leading a young squad through a tough schedule last season and gaining valuable experience that should pay off in years to come. Last season, Maine had a team that defeated Atlantic-10 foe Rhode Island (the third Atlantic-10 win in the last three seasons) and played tough with defending National Champion Connecticut and Big East power Notre Dame. Freshman Justin Edwards was named the CollegeHoops.net America East Rookie of the Year while being named to the All-Rookie Team, Alasdair Fraser was named Third Team All-America East, Gerald McLemore was named Second Team All-America East and Andrew Rogers was named to the America East All-Academic Team for the third time. The 2010-11 Black Bears notched wins over Atlantic-10 foe UMass, and Big Ten Tournament runner-up Penn State, which advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Maine also had its first win at Vermont in six years en route to a top-25 ranking in the Mid-Major Poll. The Black Bears finished in third place in America East, marking just the second time in 20 years the program had back-to-back top-3 finishes in the conference. The Black Bears also led the league in scoring and total offense. Maine had three players garner All-America East awards, with Troy Barnies being named to the First Team, Gerald McLemore to the Second Team and Andrew Rogers to the All-Academic Team. In addition, McLemore and Barnies were named to the NABC All-District I Team. Under Woodward’s leadership, the 2009-10 Black Bears had one of the best seasons in program history as Woodward would earn America East Coach of the Year honors from CollegeInsider.com. Maine finished the 2009-10 season with 19 wins, the fourth-most in program history. Included in those wins were victories over the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Boston College Eagles and the Fordham Rams from the Atlantic-10. The win over BC was the first in 85 years and the only win for an America East team over an ACC team that season. Maine would finish third in America East, the best finish since the 1999-2000 campaign. In addition to the Coach of the Year Award, Woodward was named a national finalist for the Skip Prosser Man of the Year Award, given annually to honor recipients who not only achieve success on the basketball court but who display moral integrity off of it as well. The Black Bears also received votes in the Mid-Major Top-25 Poll for three consecutive weeks, and had five players (Gerald McLemore, Sean McNally, Junior Bernal, Murphy Burnatowski and Andrew Rogers) earn America East postseason awards. In addition, five players (Bernal, Burnatowski, Simon Elias, Terrance Mitchell and Rogers) were named Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winners. From 2004-09, Maine finished twice in the top half of the league, including a win over Rhode Island (his first win as head coach) and the 100 Club Tournament Championship, the first in-season tournament championship in several years. Woodward has developed a number of Black Bears who have achieved honors both on and off the basketball court. He has had 10 players earn America East All-Conference honors including McLemore (four times), Burnatowski, Bernal, Justin Edwards, Alasdair Fraser, McNally, Kevin Reed (twice), Joe Campbell, Ernest Turner, Olli Ahvenniemi, Philippe Tchekane Bofia, Mark Socoby. Off the court, Woodward has led the Black Bears to achieve tremendous academic success, with many players receiving America East academic honors (Bernal (twice), David Dubois, Olli Ahvenniemi and Andrew Rogers (three times)), and Maine Scholar-Athlete Honors (Bernal, Burnatowski,Elias, Mitchell,Rogers, Jordan Cook, Olli Ahvenniemi, David Dubois, Jesse Keith, Chris Markwood, Jason Hight, Tyson Hartnett, and Philippe Tchekane Bofia). In 2005-06, Maine had six players honored as part of the UMaine Scholar-Athlete program, and four others were named to the America East Academic Honor Roll. In 2006-07, the men’s basketball team recorded the highest team grade point average in any year since records began being kept in 1988. In addition, the Black Bear basketball program has taken pride in community service with the team taking part in many community service events throughout the year. Woodward was named the 20th men’s basketball head coach in school history on Tuesday, August 31, 2004. Woodward, with 19 years of Division I coaching experience upon his hiring, spent eight seasons as the top assistant coach with the Black Bears prior to being named head coach. He served as associate head coach during the 2003-04 season. Woodward has been part of a Maine coaching staff that has led the Black Bears to appearances in two America East Championships and the lone pair of 20-win seasons in Maine history. “We are pleased to name Ted as our next men’s basketball head coach,” said former Director of Athletics

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Maine Men’s Basketball ∞ 2012-13 Media Guide Patrick Nero upon his hiring. “He shares the priorities that we have for our athletic program. He understands the high value we put on education, citizenship and the desire for our student-athletes to excel athletically. Ted joins and strengthens what we feel is already a very strong group of head coaches in our program.” Woodward, 48, spent eight seasons as John Giannini’s top assistant and recruiting coordinator. He is respected as an accomplished recruiter and has played a key role in bringing top level talent to Maine. In addition, he has valuable expertise in the technical and administrative aspects of the program. He has an excellent record as a teacher of basketball, as he has worked with five players in his career who have reached the NBA. He Before coming to Maine in 1996, Woodward was the top assistant and recruiting coordinator for Mark Adams at Central Connecticut State for five seasons. During his tenure, CCSU set a Division I era school record for wins. Prior to his stint at Central, Woodward was a full-time assistant and recruiter at Harvard University during the 1989-90 and 1990-91 seasons, where he also served as Director of Athletic Promotions. He began his coaching career as an assistant at the University of Connecticut under Jim Calhoun from 1986-89. While he was at UConn, the Huskies achieved one of the greatest rebuilding projects in college basketball, culminating with three straight postseason appearances in four years, including the 1988 NIT Championship. Woodward had been recognized by his peers in rivals100hoops.com and TheInsidersHoops.com surveys as one of the top assistants in the country. He also served as a specially invited guest of the Portuguese Basketball Coaches Association at their annual clinic in Lisbon. In addition to his work with the basketball team at Maine, he was also head coach of the men’s golf team from 1997 to 2001. A native of Suffern, N.Y., Woodward received his bachelor of arts degree in economics from Bucknell in 1986 and his master’s in education with an emphasis in sports administration from UConn in 1989. He is married to the former Linda Emery and they have two children, Jillian, 18, and Tommy, 15.

The Woodward File √ Ninth Season as Head Coach at Maine √ 2009-10 CollegeInsider.com America East Coach of the Year √ 2009-10 National Finalist for the Skip Prosser Man-of-theYear Award √ Named Head Coach Aug. 31, 2004 √ Was an assistant at Maine for eight seasons √ Has coached at Maine, Central Connecticut State, Harvard and Connecticut √ A 1986 graduate of Bucknell

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AMHERST, Mass.-The University of Maine men’s baketball team defeated the University of Massachusetts by the score of 68-56 on Wednesday night at the Mullins Center. With the win, Maine is now 3-5 on the year while UMass suffers just its second loss and now stands at 7-2. Maine was led by America East Player of the Game Malachi Peay (Brooklyn, N.Y.) who had 10 points, five assists, four rebounds and four steals. Gerald McLemore (San Diego, Calif.) got Maine going when he intercepted a pass and went coast-to-coast for a layup and the foul. The Minutemen would take an 11-5 lead with five minutes left, but a Troy Barnies (Auburn, Maine) put-back would make it 12-7 with 11:56 left in the first half. The teams exchanged baskets, and a nifty Malachi Peay (Brooklyn, N.Y.) steal and fastbreak layup got the Black Bears within 20-14 with eight minutes to play in the first stanza. Alasdair Fraser (Falkirk, Scotland) hit a jumper and an Andrew Rogers steal and layup got Maine within 20-18 with seven minutes to play. The Black Bears continued to battle, which included a nice Fraser dunk on a Minuteman defender. A Barnies follow made it 30-29 UMass with just under four minutes to play. Two Peay free throws with two minutes left gave Maine a one-point edge. The teams exchanged baskets but would go into halftime tied at 32. Fraser led Maine with nine points in the first half while McLemore added six points and three rebounds. The Minutemen opened up a 36-33 lead, but Mike Allison (Lynden, Ontario) had a nice follow above the rim to make it a one-point game five minutes into the second stanza. Maine got within 38-37 on a nice Peay pass to McNally for an easy layup. UMass got a bucket, but Terrance Mitchell (Milton, Fla.) swished a three to tie the game at 40 with 11:20 left. Mitchell would drain another three to put Maine up 45-42 with 10 minutes to play. The Black Bears took a 50-44 lead on a Peay free throw with 8:42 left, and a McNally follow put Maine up 52-44. Maine got a stop, and McLemore made a three from the corner to put the Black Bears up 11 with six minutes to play. The teams exchanged three pointers, and Maine held a 60-47 lead with 4:07 left. UMass made a pair of free throws, but Barnies answered with a layup. The Black Bears got a stop, and would make free throws the rest of the way to seal the win. Allison finished with seven points, six rebounds and three blocks while McLemore added 12 and Mitchell 10.

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Douglas Leichner

Associate Head Coach Eighth S ea son

Douglas Leichner is in his eighth season on the staff of the Black Bears. Leichner returned to the Black Bears for the 2009-10 season after coaching the UCC Demons of the Irish Professional SuperLeague during the 2008-09 season. Last season, Leichner, whose primary responsibility is working with the post players, defensive schemes and recruiting, developed Mike Allison into an America East All-Defensive Team honoree and saw Alasdair Fraser garner Third Team All-America East accolades. Leichner has now coached three All-Defensive players in the last five seasons. Leichner also signed Justin Edwards, who was the eighth-ranked prospect in Canada, and developed into an America East All-Rookie honoree as well as the CollegeHoops.net America East Rookie of the Year. In 2010-11, Leichner helped spark Troy Barnies to earn First Team All-America East and All-District Honors. Barnies would go on to earn tryouts with the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers, and would sign a

professional contract to play in Turkey. Leichner’s expertise with post players immediately impacted the Black Bears as Sean McNally earned Third Team All-America East recognition in 2009-10 while Murphy Burnatowski was named to the All-Rookie Team. Maine notched the third-most wins in school history with 19, finished third in the conference and notched its first win over Boston College in 85 years. In addition, Maine ranked among the nation’s statistical leaders in field goal percentage defense (19th), scoring defense (39th) and few- est personal fouls per game (16th). A defensive strategist, Leichner has helped produced two America East All-Defensive Team selections in his past three seasons at Maine. A tireless recruiter, Leichner successfully signed Fraser, the 32nd ranked prospect in Europe, for the 2010-11 season as well as Noam Laish who was the 47th ranked prospect prior to last season, and Justin Edwards, who was the eighth-ranked prospect in Canada, and developed into an America East All-Rookie honoree as well as the CollegeHoops.net America East Rookie of the Year last season. For 2012-13, Leichner recruited a strong class that included Till Gloger, the Most Valuable Player of the Under-19 German League among others. Leichner’s extensive duties with the Black Bears include recruitment coordinator, game scheduling, scouting of opponents, equipment ordering and purchasing, fundraising activities, practice organization, on-floor coaching as well as academic monitoring, advising and mentoring. The 2008-2009 season proved to be an unprecedented campaign as head coach of the professional club UCC Demons in Cork, Ireland. The Demons finished 22-1-1 and captured the elusive “Treble” for the first time in Irish basketball history. They were the SuperLeague Southern Conference Champions, the 2009 Irish National Cup Champions as well as the SuperLeague Champions. As a result of his team’s success, Leichner was named SuperLeague Coach of the Year, Eurobasket.com Ireland Coach of the Year and Streetball Ireland Coach of the Year. Leichner went to the Demons after serving the previous four at Maine. He was the lead international recruiter and assisted in developing many of the Black Bears offensive and defensive schemes. Leichner came to Maine after spending seven seasons as a high school head coach in Florida. He had stops at Osceola High School in Kissimmee, Merritt Island High School and Episcopal High School in Jacksonville. In 1992, Leichner began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Naugatuck Valley Community Technical College in Waterbury, Conn. The team advanced to the NCAA Junior College Division II national tournament advancing to the Elite Eight. He also served as an assistant coach during the 1996-97 season at NCAA Division II Stonehill. A 1992 graduate of Central Connecticut State University, Leichner was a four-year letterman, three-year starter and served as captain as a senior. He returned to his alma mater as an administrative assistant for the 1993-94 season and was promoted to assistant coach where he served through the 1995-96 season. He has been published in the Five-Star Basketball Coaches Playbook. Leichner has coached at numerous additional camps. He has coached a touring team that competed in China and a high school all-star team that played in Spain. He has accumulated a career head coaching record of 137-83-1 for a .610 winning percentage while earning 10 Coach of the Year honors and six championships. Leichner received his Bachelor of Science degree from Central Connecticut State University in 1992 and his master’s in history from Western Connecticut in 1995. Leichner, who is an avid traveler, is conversational in German, Spanish and Italian and is an active member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Leichner, and his wife, Traci, have two children, Matthias, who is nine, and Markus, who is seven.

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Nate Philippe

As sistant Coa c h S econ d S e a son St. M ar y ’s (Can.) class that led NCAA Division I in point production.

Coach Philippe is entering his second season with the University of Maine men’s basketball program and his fifth as a college coach for the 2012-13 season. “I am very pleased to have Nate join our program,” said Woodward at the time of Philippe’s hire. “He brings tremendous experience as a coach and is a proven recruiter at the Division I level. He is a tremendous addition to our staff, and we look forward to him being a Black Bear!” Philippe came to UMaine from the University of North Dakota, where he helped the team to the Great West Conference Tournament Championship and a post-season berth in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. He was part of a dramatic turnaround from 8-23 the previous year to 19-15 led by a freshman

While at UND, he was responsible for recruiting, scouting and academic monitoring while also working with the post players. Prior to UND, Philippe was an assistant coach at York University in Toronto, Ontario and served as the associate head coach at the Regional Elite Development Academy in Hamilton, Ontario. He was a part of REDA’s founding first year, transitioning from the formerly Canada Basketball sponsored NEDA program. In 2008-09, he was the head coach at West Hill Collegiate Institute, where he led the team to a 30-8 record, an appearance in the Toronto Championship Game and a run to the Elite Eight of the Ontario Provincial Tournament (OFSAA). Philippe has deep roots in the AAU circuit, previously serving as head coach for Grassroots Canada Elite AAU after serving as an assistant coach at Centennial College in Toronto. He played collegiately at the University of Prince Edward Island for a pair of seasons before moving onto St. Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he led the team to a pair of appearances in the AUS Championship game and the CIS National Tournament twice. Philippe consistently ranked in the top-10 in the AUS individually in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage, blocked shots and offensive rebounding. He won numerous All-Star and All-Conference awards. Philippe and his wife, Toni, have a son, Isaac, who will be three in December. His brother Quddus is well-know in the entertainment industry and is currently the Host of Duets on ABC. Philippe is an active member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and the Black Coaches and Administrators Association (BCA). Philippe brings a unique background into the coaching profession having been a successful Real Estate Agent for over five years in Toronto and a Manager/Record setting salesperson in the Finance Industry.

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Jon Sheets

On August 30, 2012, University of Maine men's basketball head coach Ted Woodward announced the addition of former Black Bear Jon Sheets to his staff as an assistant coach.

"Jon will be a wonderful addition to our staff and I am thrilled he decided to join us," said Woodward. "Jon was a great player and leader in our program, and we always felt he was a coachon-the-floor who had a great feel for the game and loved hard work. He is a man of great character, is a tremendous teacher, and will do a great job leading the young men in our program to great success both on and off the court. We are excited to have him join our coaching staff!"

As sistant Coa c h First S easo n M a in e ‘07

Sheets, University of Maine class of 2007, played for the Black Bears from 2005-07. During the 2006-07 season he led the team with 3.1 assists per game while making the sixth-most three-pointers in a season with 79. His 145 career three-pointers put him eighth in program history. Since graduating from Maine with a degree in communications, Sheets has played for Athletes in Action and professionally in Israel for the Kalandia Club. Sheets came back to Maine after serving as an assistant coach for the women's basketball team at Simpson University in California.

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2012-13 Rosters 1 3 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 23 25 32 33 42 44

Jon McAllian Jon Mesghna Zarko Valjarevic Shaun Lawton Leon Cooper, Jr. Xavier Pollard Stefan Micovic Justin Edwards Alasdair Fraser Kilian Cato Till Gloger Dimitry Akanda-Coronel Ethan Mackey Luke Hettermann Mike Allison

Guard Forward Forward Guard Guard Guard Forward Guard Forward Forward Forward Guard-Forward Forward Guard Forward/Center

Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Junior Sophomore Freshman Freshman R-Freshman Sophomore Senior

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

195 205 210 190 170 190 210 185 235 225 220 190 220 160 230

Bangor, Maine / Bangor Frankfurt, Germany / North Dakota State College of Science Belgrade, Serbia / Notre Dame Prep Harlem, N.Y. / Putnam Science Academy/Long Island Lutheran Freeport, Bahamas / Sunrise Christian Academy (Wichita, Kan.)/Howard College Bronx, N.Y. / Winchendon Prep/Suffield Academy Serbia /Kris Kros Pancevo Whitby, Ontario / Anderson CVI Falkirk, Scotland / Falkirk Clark Eriksson Fury Espoo, Finland / Finland U-18 Bochum, Germany / Paderborn Baskets Boston, Mass. / East Boston/Tabor Academy Voorheesville, N.Y. / Northfield - Mt. Hermon Bangor, Maine/Bangor Lynden, Ontario / National Elite Development Academy

# 32 44 23 11 14 15 25 42 10 33 1 3 13 12 5

Player Dimitry Akanda-Coronel Mike Allison Kilian Cato Leon Cooper, Jr. Justin Edwards Alasdair Fraser Till Gloger Luke Hettermann Shaun Lawton Ethan Mackey Jon McAllian Jon Mesghna Stefan Micovic Xavier Pollard Zarko Valjarevic

Position Guard-Forward Forward/Center Forward Guard Guard Forward Forward Guard Guard Forward Guard Forward Forward Guard Forward

Class Freshman Senior Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Junior Freshman Sophomore Freshman R-Freshman Senior Junior Freshman Sophomore Sophomore

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

190 215 225 170 185 245 200 160 190 220 195 205 210 190 210

Boston, Mass. / East Boston/Tabor Academy Lynden, Ontario / National Elite Development Academy Espoo, Finland / Finland U-18 Freeport, Bahamas / Sunrise Christian Academy (Wichita, Kan.)/Howard College Whitby, Ontario / Anderson CVI Falkirk, Scotland / Falkirk Clark Eriksson Fury Bochum, Germany / Paderborn Baskets Bangor, Maine/Bangor Harlem, N.Y. / Putnam Science Academy/Long Island Lutheran Voorheesville, N.Y. / Northfield - Mt. Hermon Bangor, Maine / Bangor Frankfurt, Germany / North Dakota State College of Science Serbia /Kris Kros Pancevo Bronx, N.Y. / Winchendon Prep/Suffield Academy Belgrade, Serbia / Notre Dame Prep

Pronunciations Mesghna......................Mesk-nah Valjarevic.....................Val-ya-rev-ic Micovic........................Meech-o-vich Gloger..........................Glow-ger

HEAD COACH: Ted Woodward (Bucknell ’86) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Douglas Leichner (Central Connecticut ’92) ASSISTANT COACHES: Nate Philippe (St. Mary’s (Canada) ‘03), Jon Sheets (Maine ‘07)

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#44 Mike Allison Senior • Forward-Center • 6-9 • 230 Lynden, Ontario/Canadian National Elite Development

The Allison File

2011-12: Named to the America East All-Defensive Team and the College Sports Madness All-America East Third Team...Led America East with 2.2 blocks per game and was sixth with 6.9 rebounds per contest..Scored 11 points, grabbed seven rebounds and had six blocks in first game back against Utah Valley (12/19)...Scored nine points to go with 10 rebounds at Brown (12/21)...Had five blocks at Binghamton (1/2)...Scored 12 points, grabbed five rebounds and had four blocks at Albany (1/14)...Notched 10 points, six rebounds and four blocks at Vermont (1/16)...Grabbed 15 rebounds and added 10 points at Binghamton (1/28)...Had 10 points, eight rebounds and five blocks against Vermont (2/6)...Scored 15 points and had 10 rebounds at Boston University (2/9)...Scored 12 points and had 12 rebounds against Marist (2/18)...Blocked four shots, scored seven points and had eight rebounds against Vermont (3/3) in America East Tournament.

Hometown

Lynden, Ontario

High School St.Mary’sCatholicSecondary Major Kinesiology Birthdate

Aug. 4, 1990

i v a D Parents Eileen Margrate Allison anddWayne

2010-11: Notched seven points, six rebounds and three blocks in win at UMass (12/8)...Scored seven points and had five rebounds against Binghamton (1/15). 2009-10: Saw action in all 30 games as a freshman, starting in one...grabbed nine rebounds at #7 Syracuse (12/5)...Scored 12 points to go with eight rebounds against UMPI (12/10)... Had seven points and seven rebounds against Kennesaw St. (12/13)...Scored 15 points to go with five rebounds at Binghamton (1/10)... Notched the game-winning bucket against Boston University (1/27).

Career Highs Points17- at Dartmouth (11/10/12)

BEFORE MAINE: Played forward for the Canadian National Elite Development Academy before being chosen to play for the Canadian Junior National Team...Averaged 6.2 points and 3.2 rebounds per game as Canada won the prestigious Mondial Junior Tournament hosted by France...Poured in 11 points and six rebounds in the title-clinching win against Lithuania...Team was also third at the Under-18 World Qualifier... Attended St. Mary’s Catholic Secondary School and was named Athlete of the Year as well as MVP of his team.

Rebounds 15- vs. Binghamton (1/18/12) Field Goals 4-atBinghamton(1/10/10) Assists 2-at Boston College (1/2/09) Blocks: 6-vs. Utah Valley (12/19)

PERSONAL: Born Aug. 4, 1990...Son of Eileen Margrate Allison and Wayne David...A kinesiology major...Father played basketball for Wooster College and the Canadian National Team.

Individual Career History Allison, Mike Season

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

30-1 378/12.6 28-0 321/11.5 22-18 575/26.1 80-19 1274/15.9

Total fg-fga

37-87 26-49 63-121 126-257

pct

.425 .531 .521 .490

3-Point fg-fga

1-3 0-2 1-4 2-9

pct

.333 .000 .250 .222

F-Throws ft-fta pct

31-40 23-37 30-56 84-133

off

Rebounds def tot

.775 32 50 .622 24 47 .536 51 100 .632 107 197

82 71 151 304

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

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SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Blocked shots: 1st (49 in 2011-12)

avg

pf

2.7 44 2.5 42 6.9 65 3.8 151

fo

0 2 3 5

ast

8 5 10 23

to

17 13 30 60

blk

16 21 49 86

stl

7 4 11 22

Scoring pts avg

106 75 157 338

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#23 Kilian Cato Sophomore • Forward • 6-7 • 220 Espoo, Finland/Finland Under-19

The Cato File

2011-12: Scored 14 points against Maine-Machias (11/14)... Had eight points at #4 UConn (11/17)...Notched eight points Espoo, Finland and four rebounds at Florida Golf Coast (12/29)...Scored 11 Hometown points on 3-of-5 shooting from downtown at Albany (1/14)... Previous Team Finland Under-18 Poured in eight points at Stony Brook (2/26). Major Economics BEFORE MAINE: Played for the Finland National Team at the 2010 Under-18 FIBA European Championships and averaged 8.5 points and 5.4 rebounds per contest...He notched 17 points and six rebounds against the Czech Republic and 14 points and nine rebounds against Belgium in the tournament...He shot a solid 48.2 percent from the field in the Championships...Led his club team, Honka Akatemia, to the Under-19 Finnish Championships where he averaged 16.5 points and 8.6 rebounds per game, including scoring 17 points and grabbing 13 rebounds in the championship game.

Birthdate

March 26, 1992

Parents Sinikka Cato-Partanen and Robert Cato

PERSONAL: Born March 26, 1992...Son of Sinikka Cato-Partanen and Robert Cato...Majoring in economics.

Career Highs Points

14 - vs. Maine-Machias

Rebounds 4 - vs. FGCU (12/29/11) Individual Career History Allison, Mike Season

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

30-1 378/12.6 28-0 321/11.5 22-18 575/26.1 80-19 1274/15.9

Total fg-fga

37-87 26-49 63-121 126-257

pct

.425 .531 .521 .490

3-Point fg-fga

1-3 0-2 1-4 2-9

pct

.333 .000 .250 .222

F-Throws ft-fta pct

31-40 23-37 30-56 84-133

off

Rebounds def tot

.775 32 50 .622 24 47 .536 51 100 .632 107 197

82 71 151 304

avg

pf

fo

ast

pf

fo

2.7 44 2.5 42 6.9 65 3.8 151

0 2 3 5

16 21 49 86

stl

7 4 11 22

Scoring pts avg

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

8 5 10 23

to

17 13 30 60

blk

ast

to

106 75 157 338

3.5 2.7 7.1 4.2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Blocked shots: 1st (49 in 2011-12) Blocked shots average: 1st (2.2 in 2011-12) Defense rebound avg: 4th (4.5 in 2011-12) Rebounding average: 5th (6.9 in 2011-12) Offense rebound avg: 5th (2.3 in 2011-12)

ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Blocked shots: 2nd (86) Blocked shots average: 2nd (1.1) Rebounds: 4th (304) Offensive rebounds: 4th (107) Defensive rebounds: 5th (197) Games played: 5th (80)

Cato, Kilian Season

2011-12 TOTAL

gp-gs

28-10 28-10

min/avg

476/17.0 476/17.0

Total fg-fga

40-106 40-106

pct

.377 .377

3-Point fg-fga

26-75 26-75

pct

.347 .347

F-Throws ft-fta pct

10-10 1.000 10-10 1.000

off

11 11

Rebounds def tot

45 45

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: ALL-TIME RANKINGS:

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS:

56 56

avg

2.0 2.0

52 52

4 4

13 13

16 16

4 4

12 12

116 4.1 116 4.1

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#14 Justin Edwards Sophomore • Guard• 6-4 • 190 Whitby, Ontario./Anderson CVI 2011-12: Had one of the best freshman campaigns in program history...Named the CollegeHoops.net America East Rookie of the Year and named to the All-America East Rookie Team...Named the America East Rookie of the Week after notching 24 points and nine rebounds against Maine-Machias (11/14) and 20 points and five rebounds against #4 UConn (11/17)....Earned second-consecutive Rookie of the Week honor after scoring 22 points and grabbing seven rebounds against Holy Cross (11/27)...Won third-straight Rookie of the Week Honor after scoring 21 points and grabbing 7 rebounds against Rhode Island...Scored 17 points, grabbed eight rebounds and dished out five assists at Brown (12/23) and would earn his fourth Rookie of the Week award for his effort... Scored 15 points, grabbed nine rebounds and gave out six assists at Binghamton (1/2)...Had first double-double of his career with 10 points, 10 rebounds and six assists against Boston University (1/11)...Poured in 19 points and grabbed five rebounds at Albany (1/14) and added another 19-point effort at Vermont (1/16) while also giving out seven assists...Just missed a double-double with 14 points and nine rebounds against Stony Brook (1/21)...Had his second double-double of the season with 14 points and 10 rebounds against New Hampshire (1/25)... Poured in 18 points and had five rebounds against Binghamton (1/28)...Had 16 points, seven rebounds, six assists and three steals at UMBC (2/4)...Notched 15 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had five assists against Vermont (2/6)...Scored 12 points, grabbed three rebounds and gave out three assists at Stony Brook (2/26). BEFORE MAINE: Played for Anderson CVI...Was ranked as the eighth-best player overall in CanaCareer 20.4 History da for theIndividual 2011 class...Averaged points, 5.7 assists, 4.4 rebounds and 3.5 steals per game in Svetoslav his high school Chetinov, career...Scored more than 3,400 points3-Point in his high school career...Led hisRebounds team to Total F-Throws Season gp-gs min/avg fg-fga pctfive Lake fg-fgaOntario pct Secondary ft-fta Athletic pct offAssociation def tot 2008-09 22-0 251/11.4 21-41 .512championships 0-0 .000 and an 7-12Ontario .583 Federation 30 29 59 of 2009-10Associations 11-0 championship...Was 64/5.8 11-16 .68named 8 0-0 LOSSA .000 Championship 1-4 .250 MVP, 5 a10 15 School Athletic the Humber 2010-11 6-0 46/7.7 5-5 1.000 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 1 5 6 Classic All-Star, All-Star, MVP.6and 2011-12a Silverfox 12-0 Tournament 179/14.9 17-32 .53the 1 Windsor 0-0 Invitational .000 4-6 67 the 17 Anderson 19 36 Invitational MVP...Played All-Canada Classic...Was a0-0 team.0captain...Also TOTAL 51-0in the 540/10.6 54-94 .574 00 13-23 .played 565 53volleyball. 63 116

The Edwards File Hometown

Whitby, Ontario

Previous Team

Anderson CVI

Major Kinesiology Birthdate

October 31, 1992

Parents Nancy Downes and Julian Edwards

Career Highs Points 22 - vs. Holy Cross (11/27) Rebounds 10 3x’s - last vs. UNH (1/25/12) Assists

avg

2.7 1.4 1.0 3.0 2.3

7 - -vs. Vermont (1/16)

pf

fo

ast

pf

fo

38 5 9 28 80

2 0 0 1 3

10 1 1 1 13

stl

2 3 1 5 11

Scoring pts avg

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

1 3 1 3 8

to

20 8 6 8 42

blk

ast

to

49 23 11 38 121

2.2 2.1 1.8 3.2 2.4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: PERSONAL: Born October 31, 1992...Son of Nancy Downes and Julian Edwards...Majoring in Kinesiology. ALL-TIME RANKINGS: SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Field goal percentage: 1st (.574)

Field goal percentage: 1st (1.000 in 2010-11) Field goal percentage: 2nd (.688 in 2009-10)

Edwards, Justin Season

2011-12 TOTAL

gp-gs

29-27 29-27

min/avg

905/31.2 905/31.2

Total fg-fga

149-351 149-351

pct

.425 .425

3-Point fg-fga

17-65 17-65

pct

.262 .262

F-Throws ft-fta pct

87-115 87-115

.757 .757

off

Rebounds def tot

57 105 57 105

162 162

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

24 • 2012-13 Maine Men’s Basketball ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Scoring average: 2nd (13.9)

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Steals: 2nd (40 in 2011-12)

avg

5.6 5.6

78 78

6 6

97 97

87 87

18 18

40 40

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#12 Alasdair Fraser Freshman • Forward • 6-7 • 225 Falkirk, Scotland./Falkirk Clark Erisson Fury 2012-13 Preseason: Named to CBSSPORTS.com’s Jeff Goodman’s Preseason All-America East Team. 2011-12: Named to the All-America East Third Team and the OneBidWonders.com All-America East First Team...Had 23 points and 10 rebounds against Rhode Island (12/4)...Scored 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds against Notre Dame (12/8)...Had 19 points, 11 rebounds and two blocks against Eastern Illinois (12/21)...Scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds at Brown (12/23)...Scored a career-high 25 points at Binghamton (1/2/11)...Notched a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds against UMBC (1/7)...Had a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds at New Hampshire (1/25)...Scored 21 points, grabbed 12 rebounds, gave out four assists and had three blocks at UMBC (2/4)...Notched 21 points against Albany (2/11)...Had backto-back double-doubles with 14 points and 10 rebounds against New Hampshire (2/22) and 12 points and 10 rebounds at Stony Brook (2/26). 2010-11: Had 12 points go with four blocks and four rebounds at Quinnipiac (11/29)...Notched 10 points and seven rebounds against Colgate (12/19)...Scored nine points and grabbed six rebounds against Binghamton (1/15)...Scored nine points and grabbed eight rebounds against UMBC (2/6).

The Fraser File Hometown

Falkirk, Scotland

Previous Team FalkirkClarkErikssonFury Major Mathematics Birthdate

Aug. 13, 1992

Parents Morag and Adrian Fraser

Career Highs Points25 - at Binghmaton (1/2/12) Rebounds 12 - vs. at UMBC (2/4/12) Blocks 4 - at Quinnipiac (11/29/10)

BEFORE MAINE: Led the FIBA U-18 European Championships in scoring with 20.6 points per game and ranked fourth with 9.6 rebounds per game...played for the Falkirk Clark Eriksson Fury in the Scottish League and led the team to a second place finish...led the team and was second in the league with 19.8 points per game...scored 28 points, grabbed 16 rebounds, had three and blocked two shots to lead the team to the Scottish League Cup Championship. Majoring in mathematics...Son of Morag and Adrian Fraser.

PERSONAL: Born Aug. 13, 1992...

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#1 Jon McAllian Junior • Guard • 6-6 • 190 Bangor, Maine/Bangor

The McAllian File

2011-12: Scored six points and had two rebounds against UMBC Bangor, Maine (1/7)...Had a career- high 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting from long Hometown range at Boston University (2/9). High School Bangor 2010-11: Played in five games, including against Maryland (11/14) and Notre Dame (11/22)...nailed Major Physical Education a three-pointer against the Irish...also had two points and three rebouns against Maine-Machias Birthdate May 25, 1989 (11/19). 2009-10: Saw action in three games, including at #7 Syracuse where he notched three points and Parents Janet and Donald McAllian an assist...Also saw time against UMPI and at UMBC. 2008-09: Sat out the season as a red-shirt...Named to the America East Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. BEFORE MAINE: Captain for Roger Reed at Bangor High School...Led Bangor to 2006-07 Maine State Class ‘A’ Championship and 2007areer ighs 08 state title game...2007-08 Mr. Maine Basketball finalist...A Bangor Daily News and Portland Press Herald All-State selection... Points 12 at Boston University All-KVAC First Team selection... Earned the William C. Warner Field Goals 4 - at Boston University Award as Most Valuable Player 3-PT. FG 4 - at Boston University of the Eastern Maine ’A’ Tournament...Also named recipient of the Al Holliday Award as the Outstanding Player-Sportsman of the tournament...Named a Maine McDonald’s Senior All-Star...Averaged 12.1 points, 3.9 assists, 2.9 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game in only 20 minutes per game..Led Individual Career History Bangor to two Eastern MaineClass ‘A’ Championships his junior and

C

senior seasons..Team went 42-2 during that stretch.

H

Mackey, Ethan

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

PERSONAL: Born May 25, 1989...Son of Janet and Donald McAllian...A physical education major. Mancini, Stefano

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

McAllian, Jon Season

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

gp-gs

3-0 5-0 20-0 28-0

min/avg

27/9.0 26/5.2 132/6.6 185/6.6

Total fg-fga

2-15 2-10 9-29 13-54

pct

.133 .200 .310 .241

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3-Point fg-fga

1-10 0-5 8-22 9-37

pct

.100 .000 .364 .243

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 2-2 1.000 3-3 1.000

off

0 1 1 2

Rebounds def tot

1 3 17 21

1 4 18 23

avg

0.3 0.8 0.9 0.8

pf

2 2 19 23

fo

0 0 0 0

ast

8 2 6 16

to

0 4 6 10

blk

1 0 1 2

stl

3 1 1 5

Scoring pts avg

5 5 28 38

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#12 Xavier Pollard Sophomore • Guard • 6-3 • 190 Bronx, N.Y./Suffield/Winchendon

The Pollard File

2011-12: Scored six points and grabbed two rebounds against UConn (11/17)...Notched five points at Binghamton (1/2)...Notched eight points against Hartford (1/19)...Just missed a double-double with 14 points and nine rebounds against Stony Brook (1/21)... Grabbed five rebounds and scored four points against Boston University (2/9)...Scored 10 points and grabbed four rebounds against Hartford (2/15)...Notched eight points, grabbed three rebounds and had two steals against Marist (2/18)...Had six points and four rebounds against Vermont (3/3).

Hometown

Bronx, N.Y.

High School Suffield/Winchendon Major undecided Birthdate

December 20, 1991

BEFORE MAINE: Captain for coach Jeff Delpeatne at Suffield Academy...Scored 20.9 points per Parents: Monique Steele and Ken Pollard game, grabbed 9.9 rebounds and gave out 6.2 assists per game as a senior...Averaged 16.6 points and 7.0 assists per game as a junior...Scored over 1,000 points at Suffield...Attended the Winchnedon School...Averaged 17.0 points and 7.0 rebounds per game...Also played soccer and lacrosse. PERSONAL: Born December 20, 1991...Son of Monique Steele and Ken Pollard...Undecided upon major.

Career Highs Points 14 - at Stony Brook (1/21/12) Rebounds 9 - at Stony Brook (1/21/12)

Individual Career History Pollard, Xavier Season

2011-12 TOTAL

gp-gs

27-0 27-0

min/avg

307/11.4 307/11.4

Total fg-fga

41-80 41-80

pct

.513 .513

3-Point fg-fga

0-10 0-10

pct

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

16-28 16-28

.571 .571

off

13 13

Rebounds def tot

46 46

59 59

avg

2.2 2.2

pf

40 40

fo

0 0

ast

24 24

to

22 22

blk

3 3

stl

17 17

Scoring pts avg

98 98

3.6 3.6

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Field goal percentage: 5th (.513)

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#5 Zarko Valjarevic Sophomore • Guard • 6-4 • 210 Belgrade, Serbia/Notre Dame Prep

The Singleton File

2011-12: Poured in 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting and added two rebounds and a steal against Maine-Machias (11/14)...Also saw game action at UConn (11/17), against UMBC (1/7), at Vermont (1/16), against New Hampshire (2/22) and against Vermont (3/3) in the America East Tournament. BEFORE MAINE: Played one season for powerhouse Notre Dame Prep in Fitchburg, Mass., which had eight players sign with Division I schools....He helped lead the team to the semi-finals of the National Prep Championship.. Was rated a solid mid-major prospect by ESPN with a score of 84...Averaged 28.3 points per game while leading his club team to a runner-up finish in the Serbia Junior Championship...He had the best three-point percentage in the league...Also played soccer and was a top-10 high school player in Serbia.

Hometown

Belgrade, Serbia

High School

Notre Dame Prep

Major Business Birthdate

March 22, 1991

Parent: D ragana and Nebojsa Valjarevic

PERSONAL: Born March 22, 1991... Son of Dragana and Nebojsa Valjarevic... Majoring in business.

Career Highs Points 13 - vs. Maine-Machias (11/14/11)

Individual Career History Singleton, Raheem Season

2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

30-29 714/23.8 29-14 740/25.5 59-43 1454/24.6

Total fg-fga

84-192 69-186 153-378

pct

.438 .371 .405

3-Point fg-fga

17-60 25-86 42-146

pct

.283 .291 .288

F-Throws ft-fta pct

73-114 65-85 138-199

.640 .765 .693

off

Rebounds def tot

5 52 17 80 22 132

57 97 154

1 0 1

stl

26 26 52

Scoring pts avg

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

1.9 74 3.3 74 2.6 148

2 110 84 1 99 46 3 209 130

258 8.6 228 7.9 486 8.2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Assists: 1st (110 in 2010-11) Assists average: 1st (3.7 in 2010-11) Assists: 3rd (99 in 2011-12) Assists average: 3rd (3.4 in 2011-12)

ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Assists average: 1st (3.5) Assists: 2nd (209) 3-point field goals attempted: 5th (146) Free throws made: 5th (138)

Valjarevic, Zarko Season

2011-12 TOTAL

gp-gs

6-0 6-0

min/avg

24/4.0 24/4.0

Total fg-fga

5-9 5-9

pct

.556 .556

3-Point fg-fga

3-6 3-6

pct

.500 .500

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-0 0-0

.000 .000

off

1 1

Rebounds def tot

2 2

3 3

0.5 0.5

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

28 • 2012-13 Maine Men’s Basketball ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Field goal percentage: 2nd (.556)

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Field goal percentage: 3rd (.556 in 2011-12)

2 2

0 0

1 1

2 2

0 0

1 1

13 2.2 13 2.2


Maine Men’s Basketball ∞ 2012-13 Media Guide #32 DIMITRY CORONEL 6-4 200 Fr. Guard

#10 SHAUN LAWTON 6-5 190 Fr. Guard

Boston, Mass./Tabor Academy

Harlem, N.Y./Putnam Science Academy

BEFORE MAINE: Captain for coach Chris Millette at Tabor Academy...Named All-NEPSAC Class A at Tabor while averaging more than 17 points, seven rebounds and two steals per game...Prior to Tabor, played at East Boston High School where he led the team to a top-15 ranking and played in the Massachusetts-New Hampshire

BEFORE MAINE: Captain for coach Tom Espinosa at Putnam...Averaged 16 points, five assists, four rebounds and three steals per game...Poured in 29 points in the team’s upset over national power South Kent...Prior to attending Putnam, he played for Long Island Lutheran where he led the team to the 2011 Class A State Championship, scoring 24 points in the semi-final game.

PERSONAL: Born August 13, 1992...Son of Maria Coronel and Rene Akanda...Majoring in business.

PERSONAL: Born March 7, 1993...Son of Jeannette and Shaun Lawton...majoring in mass communication.

All-Star game.

#11 LEON COOPER, JR. 6-2 175 So. Guard

#3 JON MESGHNA 6-6 210 Jr. Forward

Freeport, Bahamas/Howard College

Frankfurt, Germany/North Dakota St. Coll.

BEFORE MAINE: Led Howard to a 23-8 record and played for the Bahamas National Team in the summer...Prior to attending Howard, played at Utah State where he sat out as a redshirt and the team won the WAC title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament...Played high school basketball for Sunrise Christian Academy in Wichita, Kan. and led the team to a 26-2 record...He averaged 18.3 points, 4.6 assists, 3.8 steals and 3.4 rebounds per game, while shooting 53.7 percent from the field, 48.6 percent from threepoint range and 79.7 percent at the free throw line while being named All-Conference, All-Metro and All-State...Also won State Championships in football and baseball and holds the school record in the triple jump. PERSONAL: Born February 20, 1991...Son of Queenie and Leon Cooper, Sr..Majoring in physics.

BEFORE MAINE: Named First Team All-Conference as he led his North Dakota State College of Science to the Conference and Region XIII Championships...Averaged 13.3 points and 8.1 rebounds per game while shooting 48 percent from the field and 83.5 percent from the charity stripe...Was named to the President’s Honor Roll. PERSONAL: Born December 20, 1989...Son of Genet Mehzun and Solomon Mesghna... Majoring in communication.

#13 STEFAN MICOVIC 6-9 200 Fr. Forward Pancevo, Serbia/Kris Kros Pancevo

#25 TILL GLOGER 6-8 220 Fr. Forward Bochum, Germany/Paderborn Baskets

the high jump.

BEFORE MAINE: Captain for coach Artur Gacaev at Paderborn of the Under-19 League...Named the NBBL MVP after averaging 25.5 points and 13.5 points per game...He also led the league in efficiency rating...He was named a 2012 NBBL All-Star and led his team to the 2011 Vice-Championship...Also ran track and did

BEFORE MAINE: Led his Kris Kros Pancevo club to the Serbian National Championship Final Four the last two seasons...Scored 20 points per game, grabbed 10 rebounds per game and blocked 1.9 shots per game. PERSONAL: Born March 26, 2012...Son of Marina and Milisav Micovic...Majoring in marketing.

PERSONAL: Born January 26, 1993...Son of Moniha and Georg Gloger...Majoring in

#42 LUKE HETTERMANN 5-9 160 So. Guard Bangor, Maine/Bangor

BEFORE MAINE: Captain for coach Roger Reed at Bangor...Led his team to a State Championship as a senior... Also played soccer and won a State Championship while being named First Team All-State...Named First Team All-Conference in baseball and led his Senior League team to the Senior League World Series Championship game...Named Athlete of the Year at Bangor . PERSONAL: Born June 24, 1993...Son of Patricia and Kurt Hetterman...Majoring in business.

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UMaine Year-by-Year – Records, Coaches, & Captains SEASON

W L

PCT.

1904–05 7 9 .437 1905–06 10 4 .714 1906–07 7 4 .636 1907–08 5 5 .500 1908–09 7 3 .700 1909–10 6 4 .600 1910–20 1920–21 7 6 .538 1921–22 9 6 .600 1922–23 9 8 .529 1923–24 9 6 .600 1924–25 4 10 .286 1925–26 5 7 .417 1926–27 2 9 .181 1927–28 4 6 .400 1928–29 3 9 .250 1929–35 No Teams 1935–36 0 1 .000 1936–37 3 5 .375 1937–38 4 9 .307 1938–39 8 4 .667 1939–40 3 9 .250 1940–41 4 8 .333 1941–42 7 7 .500 1942–43 9 6 .600 1943–44 4 6 .400 1944–45 4 8 .333 1945–46 10 4 .714 1946–47 9 8 .529 1947–48 11 7 .612 1948–49 4 14 .222 1949–50 13 6 .683 1950–51 5 13 .278 1951–52 7 12 .367 1952–53 7 10 .410 1953–54 6 12 .333 1954–55 4 13 .235 1955–56 6 12 .333 1956–57 6 14 .300 1957–58 8 12 .400 1958–59 15 7 .682 1959–60 19 4 .826 1960–61 18 5 .783 1961–62 11 13 .458 1962–63 8 15 .348 1963–64 12 11 .522 1964–65 13 10 .566 1965–66 9 13 .409 1966–67 8 12 .400 1967–68 7 17 .292 1968–69 10 13 .434 1969–70 7 17 .291 1970–71 8 16 .333 1971–72 15 10 .600 1972–73 13 10 .565 1973–74 14 10 .583 1974–75 11 14 .440 1975–76 14 11 .560 1976–77 13 13 .500 1977–78 17 8 .680 1978–79 14 10 .583 1979–80 15 13 .548 1980–81 14 14 .500 1981–82 7 19 .269 1982–83 12 14 .462 1983–84 17 10 .630 1984–85 11 17 .393 1985–86 7 20 .259 1986–87 10 18 .357 1987–88 13 15 .464 1990–91 13 16 .448 1991–92 17 15 .531 1992–93 10 17 .370 1988–89 9 19 .321 1989–90 11 17 .393

HEAD COACH

CAPTAINS

Geo. Huntington George Owen John Phelan John Phelan John Neary John Neary No Teams James Baldwin Howard Flack Howard Flack Joseph Murphy Joseph Murphy Fred Brice Fred Brice Fred Brice Fred Brice

G. Huntington George Owen George Stuart William Black FranWadsworth Bob Marshall

William Kenyon William Kenyon William Kenyon William Kenyon William Kenyon William Kenyon William Kenyon Samuel Sezak Samuel Sezak William Kenyon George Allen George Allen George Allen George Allen Dr. Rome Rankin Dr. Rome Rankin Dr. Rome Rankin Dr. Rome Rankin Dr. Rome Rankin Russell DeVette Harold Woodbury Harold Woodbury Harold Woodbury Brian McCall Brian McCall Brian McCall Brian McCall Brian McCall Brian McCall Brian McCall Brian McCall Brian McCall Brian McCall Gil Philbrick Gil Philbrick Gil Philbrick Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Rudy Keeling Rudy Keeling Rudy Keeling Rudy Keeling Rudy Keeling

H. Woodbury Dana Thompson Dwight Lord Louis Bourgoin Charles Wilson Samuel Tracy Nat Crowley, Parker Small Bertis Pratt, Eugene Hussey Charles Norton none Alan Burgess Benjamin Curtis Fred Boynton Charles Goddard Charles Goddard Larry Mahaney John Christie Linwood Carville John Dana John Dana Michael Polese, Charles Folsom Pete Kostacopoulos, Robert Jones Thomas Seavey, Dudley Coyne Richard Collins Richard Sturgeon, Maurice Dore Don Sturgeon Skip Chappelle Laddie Deemer, Arthur Warren David Svendsen David Svendsen, John Gillette Guy Strang, Bob Woodbury Terry Carr Jim Stephenson Jim Stephenson Marshall Todd Nick Susi, Paul Bessey Nick Susi, Paul Bessey Peter Gavett Tony Hamlin Tom Burns, Steve Condon Bob Warner Dan Reilly, Steve Gavett Wallace Russell Roger Lapham, Kevin Nelson Rufus Harris Dave Wyman, Jim Mercer Clay Gunn Kevin Green, Jeff Cross Jeff Sturgeon, Paul Cook, Jeff Cross Jeff Wheeler, Jeff Topliff Rich Henry, Jim Boylen Jim Boylen Matt Rossignol, Jeff Holmes Curt Robertson Marty Higgins Rossie Kearson, Fritz Marseille Matt Rossignol, Reggie Banks Dean Smith

Donald Coady Melvin Holmes Harry Newell Eric Berg Malcolm Lake Malcolm Lake Bill Hanscom J. Branscombe Lyman Abbott

SEASON W L PCT. HEAD COACH 1990–91 13 16 .448 Rudy Keeling 1991–92 17 15 .531 Rudy Keeling 1992–93 10 17 .370 Rudy Keeling 1993–94* 18 11 .621 Rudy Keeling 1994–95 11 16 .407 Rudy Keeling 1995–96 15 13 .536 Rudy Keeling 1996–97 11 20 .355 Dr. John Giannini 1997–98 7 20 .259 Dr. John Giannini 1998–99 19 9 .679 Dr. John Giannini 1999–2000 24 7 .774 Dr. John Giannini 2000–01 18 11 .621 Dr. John Giannini 2001–02 12 18 .400 Dr. John Giannini 2002–03 14 16 .467 Dr. John Giannini 2003–04 20 10 .667 Dr. John Giannini 2004–05 14 15 .483 Ted Woodward 2005–06 12 16 .429 Ted Woodward 2006–07 12 18 .400 Ted Woodward 2007-08 7 23 .233 Ted Woodward 2008-09 9 21 .300 Ted Woodward 2009-10 19 11 .633 Ted Woodward 2010-11 15 15 .500 Ted Woodward 2011-12 12 17 .431 Ted Woodward Total

927–1,046, .470 (91 seasons)

CAPTAINS Curt Robertson Marty Higgins Rossie Kearson, Fritz Marseille Ken Barnes Ken Barnes Casey Arena, Chris Collins Terry Hunt Allen Ledbetter Allen Ledbetter, Andy Bedard Nate Fox, Andy Bedard Julian Dunkley, Colin Haynes Errick Greene, Jamar Croom, Derrick Jackson Derrick Jackson Eric Dobson, Ludmil Hadjisotirov, Jon Wallingford Joe Campbell, Chris Markwood, Freddy Petkus Freddy Petkus, Kevin Reed, Ernest Turner Kevin Reed , Olli Ahvenniemi Junior Bernal Junior Bernal, Mark Socoby Junior Bernal, Sean McNally, Troy Barnies Sean McNally, Troy Barnies, Gerald McLemore Gerald McLemore, Andrew Rogers Raheem Singleton

Coach Ted Woodward, who has 25 years of experience in Division I basketball at UConn, Harvard, CCSU and Maine, enters his nintth season as head coach at Maine.

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M a i n e Ye a r- by-Yea r – Res ult s

1970–71 (8-16) D 3 Vermont 5 Rhode Island 9 at Bowdoin 12 Stony Brook 15 New Hampshire 30 at Florida Southern 31 at St. Leo J 2 at Rollins 4 at Georgia Tech 9 at Vermont 13 at MIT 16 at New Hampshire 27 Hofstra 30 Connecticut F 3 Bates 6 at Connecticut 10 at Colby 17 Bowdoin 20 at Massachusetts 22 at Bates 24 Colby M 1 at Boston University 4 Massachusetts 6 at Rhode Island

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

50-45 82-110 73-72 103-94 65-80 64-77 73-101 67-79 52-99 67-64 72-74 67-86 70-87 112-88 95-51 54-88 81-75 56-57 57-85 83-78 73-77 73-97 71-84 78-116

1971–72 (15-10) D 6 New Hampshire 8 Bowdoin 10 Boston University 13 Rhode Island 17 at Fairleigh Dickinson 18 at Stony Brook 20 at Marshall 22 at Oral Roberts J 7 at St. Michael’s 8 at Vermont 11 at Bates 14 at New Hampshire 15 at Connecticut (ot) 22 St. Anselm F 5 Connecticut 7 Siena 9 Colby 12 at Boston University 18 Bates 19 Vermont 23 at Colby 26 at Massachusetts M 1 at Bowdoin 4 at Rhode Island 8 Massachusetts

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

66-61 94-58 50-39 58-53 55-65 74-65 68-100 66-110 88-95 59-55 85-55 42-58 69-72 69-64 52-51 69-56 64-73 53-60 73-67 83-60 73-62 66-100 68-52 68-89 83-79

1972–73 (13-10) D 2 Vermont 6 at Bowdoin 9 at Boston Univ. (ot) 14 New Hampshire 16 Fairleigh Dickinson 19 Rhode Island J 6 at Rhode Island 10 St. Michael’s 17 Bates 19 St. Anselm 20 at Vermont F 1 at Massachusetts 3 at Connecticut 7 at Bates 10 Boston University 14 at Colby 17 Connecticut (2ot) 20 St. Anselm 21 Bowdoin

W 72-67 W 87-62 L 70-78 W 70-55 W 67-65 W 76-69 L 64-86 W 115-97 L 53-54 W 78-71 L 64-73 L 57-90 L 81-98 W 73-54 W 84-70 L 67-68 W 110-105 W 76-59 W 88-61

24 Massachusetts 28 Colby M 3 at New Hampshire 6 at Siena

L L W L

71-78 83-87 75-71 83-90

1973–74 (14-10) N 30 Vermont D 1 Vermont 5 Bowdoin 8 Boston University 11 at New Hampshire J 12 West Chester 15 Trinity 17 Rhode Island 19 Connecticut 22 Massachusetts 26 St. Michael’s 29 at Bates 31 St. Anselm F 2 at Connecticut 6 Bates 8 at Boston University 9 at Rhode Island 12 MIT 14 Colby 19 at St. Anselm 20 at Bowdoin 23 at Massachusetts 27 at Colby (2 ot) M 2 New Hampshire

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

60-68 83-72 96-44 83-81 53-55 76-66 97-79 73-74 69-79 51-73 100-93 80-56 73-56 71-93 86-62 58-87 60-78 94-51 105-88 55-45 88-56 88-108 73-71 64-68

1974–75 (11-14) D 4 Bowdoin 10 at Boston University 12 New Hampshire 30 at Florida Tech J 2 at South Florida 4 Delaware 7 at St. Michaels 8 at Dartmouth 11 Va. Commonwealth 17 at Vermont 18 at Vermont 22 at Bates 25 at Rhode Island 30 St. Anselm F 1 Connecticut (ot) 3 Bates 5 New Hampshire 8 Boston University 11 Colby 13 at Massachusetts 18 at St. Anselm’s 22 at Connecticut 25 C. Connecticut 27 Colby M 4 Massachusetts

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103-62 92-94 79-56 57-60 67-78 67-80 70-72 87-86 91-90 59-69 67-84 109-82 64-89 97-76 90-100 99-73 77-81 67-85 76-75 49-85 90-72 71-80 78-70 61-59 87-105

1975–76 (14-11) D 1 Boston University 5 Vermont 6 Vermont 9 Massachusetts 11 Rhode Island 20 Dartmouth 23 at LaSalle J 10 at Northeastern 12 St. Michael’s 14 at St. Anselm 17 Connecticut 21 at Bates 24 at New Hampshire 26 at Rhode Island

W 102-86 W 77-72 L 84-108 L 101-106 W 73-71 W 80-79 L 88-104 W 75-67 L 81-83 W 97-83 L 69-83 W 96-71 L 72-76 L 69-79

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28 Colby 31 at Boston University 4 New Hampshire 6 at Va. Commonwealth 7 at Iona 11 Bates 13 at Massachusetts 17 at Bowdoin 19 at Connecticut 25 at Colby 28 Northeastern

W L W L L W L W W W W

98-66 72-73 82-75 82-92 67-84 75-56 69-76 94-69 64-63 103-71 81-75

1976–77 (13-13) N 29 at Boston College D 4 Northeastern 7 C. Connecticut 9 CCNY 11 at Boston University 13 LaSalle 16 Armstrong State 18 at Dartmouth 29 UNC Wilmington J 4 at Connecticut 8 Fairleigh Dickinson J 10 Buffalo 12 at Delaware 15 at Bates 19 Old Dominion 22 Iona 24 at New Hampshire 28 at Vermont 29 at Vermont F 8 Northeastern 12 Boston University 16 at Youngstown State 19 Rhode Island 22 at Massachusetts 24 Colby M 1 New Hampshire

L 87-99 W 89-67 W 118-103 W 78-50 W 74-67 L 76-91 W 73-64 L 54-55 L 65-67 L 63-79 W 63-48 W 98-85 L 67-73 W 71-63 L 80-108 L 67-68 W 74-63 W 63-55 W 84-82 L 71-79 L 74-78 L 68-77 L 75-95 L 85-96 W 101-76 W 86-79

1977–78 (17-8) N 30 at Northeastern D 2 Boston University 10 at New Hampshire 12 Morgan State 14 Youngstown State 30 Canisius J 3 Brooklyn 5 at Long Island 7 at Fairleigh Dickinson(ot) 12 at South Florida 14 at Stetson 18 Dartmouth (2ot) 21 Valparaiso 23 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 27 Vermont 28 Vermont 31 Bates F 3 at Buffalo 4 at St. Michael’s 11 Massachusetts 15 Connecticut 18 at Cent. Conn. 21 New Hampshire 23 at Boston University 25 Northeastern

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

74-85 68-66 61-65 93-87 88-74 74-67 77-54 96-77 81-79 66-67 49-53 75-76 79-66 69-72 72-59 94-74 121-99 90-79 72-70 76-74 79-73 71-82 68-59 74-88 97-85

1978–79 (14-10) N 25 at Providence (ot) 28 UMBC D 1 N. Carolina A&T 2 at Boston University 8 Towson

L W W W W

73-75 93-75 72-57 72-63 84-71

J F

12 at UNH (ot) 16 Northeastern 23 at Connecticut 30 Siena 3 Morgan State 5 Marquette 10 at Canisius 19 at Vermont 20 at Vermont 29 Baltimore 31 at South Carolina 3 Boston University 7 at Northeastern 10 C. Connecticut 12 at Massachusetts 17 at Old Dominion 19 at UNC Wilmington 22 New Hampshire 24 Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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

61-70 64-66 79-97 89-75 58-56 46-55 79-99 82-56 86-87 63-50 66-96 74-72 80-56 71-53 85-67 76-91 64-85 75-61 89-63

1979–80 (15-13) N 30 at Alabama D 3 C.W. Post 5 at East Carolina 8 Delaware 10 Long Island 12 at New Hampshire 15 at Louisiana State 29 Fairleigh Dickinson J 3 at Towson 5 South Carolina 9 Biscayne 12 Northeastern 15 at Marquette 18 at DePaul 22 at Northeastern 25 Vermont 26 Vermont 28 at Eastern Kentucky F 2 at Siena 5 New Hampshire 7 UNC Wilmington 9 at UMBC 11 at N. Carolina A&T 16 Massachusetts 20 at Boston University 23 Connecticut 26 at Northeastern 28 Holy Cross

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

59-76 75-49 65-67 82-64 89-79 70-55 81-103 61-63 71-74 67-65 68-56 75-86 77-87 79-93 71-72 91-85 72-58 87-95 72-65 65-54 69-53 66-68 77-76 76-63 102-91 67-87 66-52 67-73

1980–81 (14-14) N 28 Texas A&M (B) D 3 East Carolina 6 Siena 9 UNH (C) 11 at Connecticut 19 at Montana 20 at Murray State 26 N’eastern (C) (P) 27 Temple (P) 30 at Kentucky J 2 Eastern Kentucky (B) 6 DePaul (B) 12 Towson State 16 Tennessee State (B) 23 at Vermont (C) 24 at Vermont (C) 28 St. Michael’s 31 Drexel F 3 Boston Univ. (C) 7 Villanova (P) 9 at UNH (C) 14 atUNC Wilmington(OT)

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

57-66 112-81 87-65 93-68 51-55 58-59 78-65 50-70 64-70 54-100 82-74 77-85 82-74 70-71 90-83 83-72 87-68 57-51 73-58 48-68 60-71 52-57


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16 at Fairleigh Dickinson 21 Marist 25 at Temple 27 Delaware State 3 Colgate* (C) 5 at Holy Cross* (C)

L W L W W L

74-77 96-67 51-53 98-79 87-83 54-63

1981–82 (7-19, 3-7) N 28 Connecticut (P) D 5 at Fairfield 7 at Siena 12 Brooklyn 20 at Providence 22 at DePaul 28 UNH(C) (P) 29 Alabama (P) J 2 at Towson State 4 Utica 6 Virginia Military (B) 9 at Northeastern (C) 12 at Marquette 15 Vermont (C) 16 Vermont (C) 21 Holy Cross (C) (P) 23 at UNH (C) 27 at Notre Dame 30 at Drexel F 3 Temple (B) 6 at Villanova 8 at Marist 15 at Boston Univ. (C) 20 Colgate (C) 25 at Canisius (C) 27 at Niagara (C)

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53-68 60-90 66-69 70-64 44-46 67-90 80-64 61-77 72-66 66-58 81-71 44-49 46-73 83-72 66-75 50-60 54-66 55-79 57-65 57-77 65-81 64-81 63-65 69-58 64-68 58-72

1982–83 (12-14, 6-4) N 30 Southern Maine D 4 at Drexel 6 at Fairleigh Dickinson 8 James Madison (B) 11 Brooklyn 23 at Iona 28 Fairfield (B) J 5 Niagara (C) 6 Ursinus 8 Northeastern (C) 11 at James Madison 15 at Kansas 21 at Vermont (C) 22 at Vermont (C) 26 at St. Michael’s 29 at George Mason F 3 at Holy Cross (ot) (C) 5 at Brooklyn 7 Boston Univ. (C) 9 at Utica 12 at Colgate (C) 14 at Boston Univ. (C) 17 Canisius (C) 19 New Hampshire (C) 23 Iona M 8 Niagara (2 ot)* (C)

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53-42 53-59 61-80 53-58 42-43 67-78 95-84 79-73 81-64 57-79 59-84 68-79 80-59 62-56 84-79 91-78 78-85 56-49 52-57 60-70 51-38 70-82 83-68 59-58 54-56 76-78

1983–84 (17-10, 7-7) N 28 St. Michael’s 30 at Boston College D 4 Puget Sound 9 at St. Francis, NY 10 at Brooklyn 17 Fairleigh Dickinson (ot) J 3 at Northeastern (C) 6 at Bucknell 7 at Marist 14 Brooklyn 16 Northeastern (C) 20 Vermont (C) 21 Vermont (C)

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88-68 61-73 55-53 81-66 78-56 68-64 81-83 78-75 57-59 82-69 75-81 83-62 79-59

F M

23 Canisius (C) 25 Boston Univ. (C) 28 Drexel 1 Niagara (C) 4 at UNH (C) 8 at Boston Univ. (C) 11 at Canisius (ot) (C) 13 at Niagara (C) 17 Utica 25 at Colgate (C) 26 at Colgate (C) 2 UNH (C) 5 at UNH* (C) 8 at Northeastern* (C)

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52-56 59-64 89-75 68-66 71-67 79-81 69-70 68-72 75-68 70-56 59-48 82-70 82-77 77-83

1984–85 (11-17, 5-11) N 28 Lowell D 1 Rhode Island (B) 5 Hartford 7 at Syracuse 8 at Bowling Green 12 Valparaiso 15 Brooklyn J 3 Northeastern (C) 9 at Northeastern (C) 11 at Brooklyn 14 St. Francis (NY) 16 New Hampshire (C) 18 at Vermont (C) 19 at Vermont (C) 21 Siena (C) 23 at Boston Univ. (C) 26 George Mason F 2 Niagara (ot) (C) 6 Boston Univ. (C) 9 at Niagara (C) 11 at Canisius (C) 15 at Utica 16 at Siena (C) 23 Colgate (C) (ot) 24 Colgate (C) 26 Canisius (C) M 1 at UNH (C) 5 at Northeastern* (C)

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86-63 60-64 71-78 65-84 53-55 63-61 64-63 71-89 70-94 67-82 85-65 56-51 60-76 61-71 65-83 59-78 88-78 96-97 73-82 72-83 71-90 69-66 63-77 66-60 73-56 68-67 60-59 81-103

1985–86 (7-20, 5-13) N 26 at Michigan State 30 Boston College (B) D 2 at LaSalle 8 Siena (C) 11 at Providence 14 at UNH (C) 21 Boston Univ. (C) (ot) 28 at Rhode Island J 11 at Northeastern (C) 13 Hartford (C) 15 Canisius (C) 17 Vermont (C) 18 Vermont (C) 21 Dartmouth 25 Niagara (C) 28 New Hampshire (C) 31 at Hartford (C) F 4 at Boston Univ. (C) 8 at Niagara (C) 10 at Canisius (C) 13 Central Connecticut 15 Utica (OT) 17 Northeastern (C) 22 at Colgate (C) 23 at Colgate (C) 27 at Siena (C) M 4 at Canisius* (C)

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58-89 69-82 70-103 69-80 62-94 60-72 75-71 53-69 54-56 61-68 57-64 47-58 65-54 63-60 73-79 76-69 54-68 53-59 80-83 52-58 71-72 62-61 57-72 58-48 56-46 70-72 76-89

1986–87 (10-18, 6-12) D 2 Southern Maine 4 Michigan State (B)

L W

58-65 84-81

J F M

6 at Utica 11 at Boston College 13 LaSalle (B) 27 at Providence 2 Northeastern (C) (B) 7 at Boston Univ. (C) 10 at UNH (C) 12 Niagara (C) 17 Boston Univ. (C) 20 at Hartford (C) 24 at Northeastern (C) 27 Hartford (C) 29 Canisius (C) 31 Colgate (C) 2 at Central Conn. 5 at Canisius (C) 7 at Niagara (C) 11 Central Connecticut 12 Siena (C) 14 Vermont (C) (ot) 19 at Siena (C) 21 at Colgate (C) 23 at Dartmouth 25 New Hampshire (C) 28 at Vermont (C) 3 at Boston Univ.* (C)

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60-74 59-76 66-79 87-113 64-72 57-81 72-70 58-108 63-62 68-80 78-104 75-81 55-67 83-66 60-50 59-92 77-98 51-39 56-59 76-70 55-85 79-76 81-77 81-69 83-101 57-76

1987–88 (13-15, 10-8) N 29 Plymouth State D 2 at Michigan State 5 Fairleigh Dickinson (B) 7 at Boston College 10 Lowell (ot) 12 at Central Conn. 19 at Fairleigh Dickinson J 6 at Siena (C) 8 Niagara (C) 14 at Northeastern (C) 16 Canisius (C) 19 at Hartford (C) 22 Central Connecticut 23 Siena (C) 27 at UNH (C) 30 Colgate (C) 31 Dartmouth F 4 at Canisius (ot) (C) 6 at Niagara (C) 13 at Colgate (C) 17 at Vermont (C) 20 Vermont (C) 23 Boston Univ. (C) 27 at Boston Univ. (C) M 1 UNH (C) (B) 3 Northeastern (C) 5 Hartford (C) 8 Hartford* (C)(HCC)

W 103-87 L 44-87 L 64-70 L 70-100 L 73-75 W 75-71 L 60-74 L 76-93 L 87-94 L 54-60 W 94-84 L 48-50 W 80-64 L 74-94 W 94-81 W 78-63 L 76-94 W 99-96 L 78-90 W 80-66 W 75-74 W 85-80 W 91-75 W 70-67 W 86-68 L 80-90 L 74-82 L 61-73

1988–89 (9-19, 7-11) N 27 Chicago State (B) 30 at DePaul D 2 at Wisconsin 3 at Rice 7 at Boston College 10 Springfield (B) 16 at U.S. International 17 at Dartmouth 27 at Providence J 4 Northeastern (C) (B) 7 Hartford (C) (B) 11 at Boston Univ. (C) 14 at UNH (C) 19 Niagara (C) (B) 21 Boston Univ. (C)(B) 24 at Hartford (C) 28 at Northeastern (C) F 2 Canisius (C) 4 Colgate (C)

W 56-48 L 46-66 L 72-89 L 58-75 L 59-87 L 74-79 W 82-67 L 53-63 L 78-100 L 55-59 W 61-55 L 68-83 W 69-57 W 56-47 L 48-64 L 50-62 W 73-71 L 70-76 W 89-78

M

9 at Niagara (C) 11 at Canisius (C) 16 Siena (C) 19 Vermont (C) (B) 23 at Siena (C) 25 Colgate 4 at Vermont (C) 7 Northeastern* (C) 1 UNC (C) (B)

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64-53 66-67 49-76 66-74 82-92 69-72 83-81 59-65 58-63

1989–90 (11-17, 6-6) N 25 Coppin State (B) 27 at Drexel D 2 Boston College (P) 9 at Connecticut 11 at Fairfield 16 Dartmouth (B) 17 Long Island (B) 22 New Mexico (at UNM) 23 Dartmouth (at UNM) 30 Robert Morris J 2 Furman (B) 4 Colgate (C) (B) 10 Vermont (C) (B) 13 at Colgate (C) 17 NU (C) (B) 20 Hartford (C) (B) 29 at Texas Pan-American 31 at Southwest Texas St. F 3 at Northeastern (C) 7 UNH (C) (B) 10 at Vermont (C) 15 atUNH (C) 17 at Hartford (C) 21 at Boston Univ. (ot) (C) 25 Boston Univ. (C)(B) M 1 at Northern Illinois 3 at Eastern Illinois(ot) 6 Vermont* (C) (HCC)

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

69-64 75-89 77-84 55-95 48-51 71-77 83-71 63-94 73-72 57-73 63-74 76-68 74-77 70-62 74-61 48-49 68-73 75-63 58-78 57-67 74-73 78-67 59-74 73-70 63-69 51-66 92-89 75-78

1990–91 (13-16, 7-3) N 23 Liberty at UCF 24 at Central Florida 27 Northern Illinois (B) D 1 at Fairleigh Dickinson 5 at Loyola 9 Connecticut (B) 12 Drexel (B) 15 Eastern Illinois (P) 23 at Delaware 29 at Robert Morris J 2 Southwest Texas(ot)(B) 5 UNH (C) (B) 7 Texas-Pan American(B) 9 at Boston College 12 NU (C) (B) 14 Fairfield (B) 20 Hartford (C) (B) 22 at St. Bonaventure 26 at Vermont (C) 30 at Boston Univ. (C) F 2 at UNH (C) 6 at Furman 9 Boston Univ. (C)(B) 16 at Rhode Island 19 at Northeastern (C) 23 at Hartford (C) M 2 Vermont (C) 7 Boston Univ.* (C) 9 at Northeastern* (C)

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

78-70 79-86 51-65 63-66 83-65 60-85 87-62 71-68 76-81 62-81 88-89 85-64 56-79 59-95 56-60 79-76 64-63 73-94 85-84 88-81 71-68 64-81 84-63 72-89 73-82 68-73 59-52 71-58 46-57

1991–92 (17-15, 8-6) N 23 at No. Arizona (ot) 29 Miami (Fl.)@San Juan 30 Florida So. @San Juan D 1 Iowa St.@San Juan

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3 at Coppin State 7 at Connecticut 9 at Wisc.-Milw. 14 Fairleigh Dickinson (P) 27 at Gonzaga 28 Vermont at Gonzaga 31 Loyola (B) 4 at Florida Int’l 8 at Rider 11 Vermont (C) (M) 17 Drexel (C) 19 Delaware (C) 23 at Vermont (C) 26 Hartford (C) 30 at Boston Univ. (C) 1 at Northeastern (C) 5 Rider 8 New Hampshire (C) 10 at Wagner 13 Northeastern (C) 16 Boston Univ. (C) 19 at Hartford (C) 22 Wisc.-Milw. 28 at Delaware (C) 29 at Drexel (C) 4 at UNH (C) 7 Boston Univ.* 9 at Drexel*

1992–93 (10-17, 4-10) D 1 at Eastern Illinois 5 Northern Arizona 9 at CCSU 12 Fairfield Univ. (P) 21 at Univ. of Buffalo 23 Bradley 30 at Central Florida J 4 St. Bonaventure 9 at San Francisco 15 at Drexel (C) 17 at Delaware (C) 21 Vermont (C) 23 Hartford (C) 25 at Hofstra 28 Boston Univ. (C) 30 Northeastern (C) F 6 at UNH (C) 11 at Northeastern (C) 13 at Boston Univ. (C) 15 Univ. of Buffalo 18 at Hartford (C) 20 at Vermont (C) 22 at Connecticut 26 Delaware (C) 28 Drexel (C) M 3 New Hampshire (C) 6 at Hartford* (C) 49-59 1993–94 (20-9 [18-11], 11-3) N 27 at Bradley D 3 vs.S.C. State (@Ball St.) 4 vs.W. Illinois (@Ball St.) 11 Rhode Island 13 Central Conn. + 19 E. Illinois + 30 Central Florida (A) J 2 Dartmouth (P) 5 at DePaul 8 at Loyola (Md.) 11 Hofstra 14 Drexel (C) 16 Delaware (C) 20 at Vermont (C) 22 Hartford (C) 27 at Boston Univ. (ot)(C) 29 at Northeastern (C) 31 at Fairfield

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

69-66 71-85 73-87 51-63 55-70 67-61 55-65 68-61 56-53 76-60 50-55 67-80 56-78 73-63 79-46 67-65 86-80 84-64 66-77 63-68 83-67 66-54 61-59 75-82 55-57 55-39 68-51 79-97

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

63-71 59-56 83-62 63-58 83-70 56-54 67-78 72-73 68-70 64-59 71-93 67-63 66-75 77-83 78-73 70-72 71-65 60-77 73-82 81-52 76-88 74-82 72-108 72-78 57-67 49-55

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

60-71 62-67 84-82 78-96 114-87 112-82 101-97 76-58 70-105 71-83 95-60 68-72 97-84 104-89 68-95 83-81 79-67 76-74

F M

5 New Hampshire (C) 10 Northeastern (C) 12 Boston Univ. (C) 17 at Hartford (C) 19 Vermont (C) 25 at Delaware (ot) (C) 27 at Drexel (ot) (C) 2 at UNH (C) 5 Vermont* 7 Hartford* 9 at Drexel*

1994–95 (11-16, 6-10) N 25 vs. Yale at Gonzaga 26 at Gonzaga D 2 vs. Alcorn St. @SEMU 3 at SE Missouri 10 at Brown 14 DePaul 17 at No. Illinois J 1 at Hofstra (C) 4 at Bucknell 10 Loyola (Md.) 13 at Drexel (C) 15 at Delaware (C) 19 Vermont(C) 21 Hartford (C) 26 Boston Univ. (C) 28 Northeastern (C) 31 at Dartmouth F 4 at UNH (C) 9 at Northeastern (C) 11 at Boston Univ. (C) 16 at Hartford (C) 18 at Vermont (C) 21 Hofstra (C) 24 Delaware (C) 26 Drexel (C) 28 New Hampshire (C) M 2 Hofstra* 1995–96 (15-13, 11-7) D 1 at Fresno St. 2 vs. Boise St. 8 Boston Univ. (C) 10 at Northeastern (C) 13 at DePaul 16 Youngstown State 30 Brown (P) J 1 N. Illinois 4 Delaware (C) 6 Towson State (C) 9 Vermont (C) 11 at Hofstra (C) 13 at Drexel (C) 19 UNH (C)(4ot) 23 Hartford (C) 26 at New Hampshire 29 at Hampton (OT) F 2 Hofstra (C) 4 Drexel (C) 9 at Delaware (C) 11 at Towson State (C) 13 Hampton 16 at Hartford (C) 18 at Vermont (C) (ot) 22 at Boston Univ. (C) 24 Northeastern (C) M 2 vs. Vermont* (C) 3 vs. Boston Univ.* (C) 1996–97 (11-20, 6-12) N 23 Southern Maine 25 Liberty 28 at Alaska-Anchorage 29 vs. Syracuse @UAA 30 vs. Arizona State @UAA

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64-65 89-73 74-71 74-73 127-86 83-82 79-73 92-70 77-55 79-74 78-86

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

74-66 57-66 90-79 78-92 78-87 62-96 66-83 66-77 62-52 71-59 50-71 66-71 85-89 81-74 61-67 66-83 71-60 70-83 65-69 54-53 63-53 61-59 61-60 87-99 81-74 75-78 59-88

L 49-66 W 62-45 W 62-60 W 76-62 L 58-72 W 70-54 L 47-60 L 54-57 W 64-62 W 85-72 W 77-48 L 51-64 L 70-88 L 103-106 W 79-66 W 82-73 W 84-81 W 75-57 L 52-73 W 77-65 L 56-65 L 66-67 W 92-67 W 61-60 L 62-79 L 59-75 W 84-75 L 64-66 W L L L L

77-33 53-64 65-75 65-85 73-86

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3 Husson 6 Hofstra (C) 8 Drexel (C) 13 at Youngstown State 27 vs. UNC Wil @MSMU 28 vs. UNC Ash @MSMU 2 at Northeastern (C) 4 at Boston Univ. (C) 7 at Hartford (C) 11 New Hampshire (C) 16 Towson (C) 18 Delaware (C) 20 at St. Louis 24 at Drexel (C) 26 at Hofstra (C) 30 Vermont (C) 1 Hartford (C) 5 at Marquette 8 at UNH (C) 13 at Delaware (C) 15 at Towson (C) 17 at Vermont (C) 20 Northeastern (C) 23 Boston Univ. (C) 28 vs. New Hampshire* 1 vs. Boston Univ.*

1997–98 (7-20, 4-14) N 17 Maine Presque Isle 22 at Liberty 24 at Hampton 29 at Vermont(C) D 2 Hartford (C) 5 vs. BGSU @SWMS 6 vs. Texas San Ant. @SWMS 8 at Illinois 21 Husson 30 Fairleigh Dickinson J 2 at Boston Univ. (C) 4 at Northeastern (C) 10 vs. Delaware (C) 13 at Hartford (C) 18 New Hampshire (C) 22 Drexel (C) 24 Hofstra (C) 31 at UNH (C)(2ot) F 1 vs. Towson (C) at UNH 3 Vermont (C) 6 at Towson (C) 8 at Delaware (C) 12 Boston Univ. (C) 14 Northeastern (C) 20 at Drexel (C) 22 at Hofstra (C) 27 vs. Northeastern* 54-74 1998–99 (19-9, 13-5) N 14 Hampton 17 at Northwestern 21 at Fairleigh Dickinson 23 at Vermont (C) 28 at Brown 30 at Providence D 12 Hartford (C) 19 at New Orleans 20 vs. Troy State at UNO 31 Sacred Heart J 2 Drexel (C) 4 Hofstra (C) 10 at Boston Univ. (C) 12 at Northeastern (C) 16 New Hampshire (C) 22 at Delaware (C) 24 at Towson (C) 27 Vermont (C) (ot) 30 at Drexel (C) F 1 at Hofstra (C)

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72-73 81-73 57-71 60-57 58-72 57-65 68-55 62-67 53-76 62-56 71-58 62-65 68-65 51-74 66-80 76-79 62-78 68-59 57-53 56-52 70-80 73-76 51-57 50-57 76-47 49-67

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92-47 74-73 71-74 64-90 93-82 83-89 69-97 69-88 102-56 72-93 64-79 73-84 82-94 68-92 68-65 63-78 75-77 89-90 57-81 56-48 59-68 63-67 69-70 73-66 64-75 54-71

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

98-75 69-57 61-64 86-84 91-72 72-79 65-90 68-71 77-68 104-81 67-74 79-77 80-66 90-70 91-56 70-59 79-89 74-72 73-82 67-77

4 6 10 14 18 20 27 28

Northeastern (C) Boston Univ. (C) at Hartford (C) at UNH (C) Delaware (C) Towson (C) vs. Hartford * at Delaware *

W 100-79 W 85-73 W 102-91 W 91-66 L 74-87 W 70-68 W 76-71 L 73-90

1999–00 (24-7, 15-3) N 19 vs. Bucknell at Marist L 69-79 20 vs. Delaware St. @Marist W 69-61 28 Brown W 92-82 D 4 at Sacred Heart (2 ot) W 76-70 6 Troy State W 81-80 9 at Boston Univ. (C) W 76-54 11 at Minnesota L 77-91 21 vs. UCLA at Hawaii L 62-83 22 vs. Fla. A&M at Hawaii W 83-73 23 at BYU-Hawaii W 77-66 29 vs. LIU @SBU W 84-63 30 at Stony Brook W 67-55 J 2 Delaware (C) W 72-68 4 Towson (C) W 89-80 8 at Hartford (C) W 76-71 10 at Vermont (C) L 75-76 15 vs. UNH (C) (P) W 76-63 21 Hofstra (C) L 72-80 23 Drexel (C) W 100-83 27 at Towson (C) W 68-67 29 at Delaware (C) W 71-56 F 3 Vermont (C) W 66-63 5 Hartford (C) W 104-70 7 Northeastern (C) W 79-67 11 at UNH (C) W 79-68 18 at Drexel (C) W 86-53 20 at Hofstra (C) L 64-67 24 at NU (C) (ot) W 70-67 27 Boston Univ. (C) W 76-54 M 4 vs. Hartford* W 80-63 5 at Delaware* L 46-68 2000–01 (18-11, 10-8) N 17 at Illinois L 57-86 21 at Providence W 80-71 25 at Troy State W 72-59 27 at Prairie View A&M W 94-79 30 Alaska-Fairbanks W 101-72 D 7 at Towson (C) L 67-72 9 at Delaware (C) W 74-68 12 Boston Univ. (C) L 67-79 17 Norfolk State W 71-62 23 at Delaware State W 74-65 30 Sacred Heart W 81-71 J 2 Northeastern (C) W 74-68 6 at Brown L 63-81 8 Vermont (C) W 79-72 10 Hartford (C) W 86-76 14 UNH (C) W 108-93 19 at Drexel (C) L 83-88 21 at Hofstra (C) L 62-67 25 Towson (C) (ot) W 87-77 27 Delaware (C) W 80-68 F 1 at Hartford (C) W 66-63 3 at Vermont (C) L 74-77 11 at UNH (C) W 86-84 15 Hofstra (C) (ot) L 83-89 17 Drexel (C) W 92-78 23 at Northeastern (C) L 85-91 25 at Boston Univ. (C) L 74-76 M 3 vs. Boston Univ* (ot) W 87-83 4 vs. Hofstra* L 66-78 2001–02 (12-18, 7-9) N 12 at Arkansas (Pre-NIT) 16 vs. UTSA at FIU

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17 vs. St. Peter’s at FIU 20 Delaware State 25 Troy State (ot) 30 vs. Lamar at Michigan St. 1 vs. IPFW at Michigan St. 9 at Sacred Heart 11 at Norfolk State (ot) 23 at Massachusetts 30 Brown 2 Albany (C) 6 at Stony Brook (C) 11 at Vermont (C) 13 at Albany (C) (ot) 17 Hartford (C) 20 at Binghamton (C) 27 at UNH (C) 31 Binghamton (C) 3 at Northeastern (C) 5 at Hartford (C) 8 Boston Univ. (C) 10 Stony Brook (C) 14 New Hampshire (C) 17 Vermont (C) 21 Northeastern (C) 24 at Boston Univ. (C) 2 vs. UNH * 3 vs. Vermont (ot)* 9 at Boston Univ. *

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

70-79 52-60 71-73 65-79 73-65 67-61 81-84 60-78 89-76 59-52 65-68 65-79 73-66 47-50 83-60 72-61 80-69 74-73 47-59 59-61 53-57 69-87 52-49 63-70 61-72 54-48 61-59 40-66

2002–03 (14-16, 8-8) N 23 Maine-Fort Kent 24 Georgia Southern 28 at Tulane 30 vs. Central Florida D 1 vs. Wisc.-Milwaukee 7 at Clemson 9 at Morgan State 14 at Rhode Island 21 Husson 22 Jacksonville State 29 vs. Weber State@UTC 30 vs. Lipscomb@UTC J 2 Vermont (C) 4 Albany (C) 8 at UNH(C) 15 at Northeastern (C) 18 Binghamton (C) 22 at Vermont (C) 25 at Stony Brook (C) 29 Boston Univ. (C) F 2 Hartford (C) 5 New Hampshire (C) 8 at Albany (C) 12 Northeastern (C) 15 at Binghamton (C) 19 at Boston Univ. (C) 23 Stony Brook (C) 25 IPFW (C) M 2 at Hartford 9 vs. Northeastern*

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

118-61 77-91 65-84 55-72 63-79 61-73 81-61 63-69 100-68 68-64 69-66 87-71 62-65 90-71 64-74 90-76 79-64 59-65 79-81 53-63 82-71 77-72 82-71 75-55 62-63 54-65 74-56 92-67 58-70 68-71

2003–04 (20-10, 12-6) N 21 at Florida State 24 at Bethune-Cookman 28 UNE (M) 29 Brown (M) D 2 at Harvard 16 Dartmouth (ot) 20 Morgan State (P) 23 at Massachusetts 30 Colby College J 2 Hartford (C) 4 Stony Brook (C) 7 Binghamton (C) 11 Vermont (C) 14 at UNH (C) 18 Albany (C) 21 at Boston Univ. (C) 24 UMBC (C) 28 Northeastern (C) 31 at Stony Brook (C) F 4 at Hartford (C) 8 Binghamton (C) 11 New Hampshire (C) 14 at Albany (C) 18 Boston Uni. (C) 21 at UMBC (C) 26 at Northeastern (C) 29 at Vermont (C)

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

49-69 68-62 99-50 79-69 89-78 65-68 69-63 60-67 80-47 87-63 46-41 46-60 62-71 70-58 56-50 65-71 54-43 79-82 71-63 75-64 84-51 60-58 48-36 53-64 71-63 89-99 72-67

M 6 vs.Binghamton *(ot) 7 vs. Stony Brook * 13 at Vermont *

W 79-77 W 78-54 L 53-72

2004–05 (14-15, 8-10) N 19 at Boston College L 58-72 22 vs. Bethune-Cookman (P) L 67-68 26 at Rhode Island W 47-44 29 at Dartmouth W 58-52 D 4 Harvard (M) W 79-66 9 at UMBC (C) W 62-51 11 at Morgan State L 63-71 21 at Providence L 74-104 23 at IPFW (ot) W 67-64 30 UMaine Farmington W 90-53 J 2 Stony Brook (C) W 73-60 6 at Binghamton (C) L 52-65 8 at Vermont (C) L 66-67 13 at UNH (C) W 70-65 16 Albany (C) L 49-58 19 at Hartford (C) L 67-73 23 Northeastern (C) W 67-60 27 UMBC (C) L 57-71 30 Stony Brook (C) W 76-63 F 2 Boston Univ. (C) L 43-52 6 Binghamton (C) L 60-67 9 UNH (C) W 76-70 12 at Albany (C) L 54-67 16 at NU (C) L 51-82 19 Hartford (C) W 61-58 24 at Boston Univ. (C) L 50-66 27 Vermont (C) W 87-66 M 5 vs. Boston Univ. * W 47-45 6 vs. Northeastern * L 73-86 2005–06 (12-16, 7-9) N 18 at William & Mary L 19 vs. High Point L 22 UMFK W 26 at Pitt L 28 at Robert Morris L D 3 at Hartford (C) L 5 Morgan State W 10 Boston Univ. (C) (M) L 13 vs. Dartmouth (P) W 15 at Rutgers L 29 at Chattanooga L 30 vs. Mercer W J 3 UMaine Machias W 7 at Albany (C) L 12 Binghamton (C) L 15 Vermont (C) (ot) W 19 at New Hampshire (C) W 22 at UMBC (C) L 25 Stony Brook (C) W 29 Boston University (C) W F 2 Hartford (C) L 5 at Binghamton (C) L 11 Albany (C) L 15 at Vermont (C) L 19 UNH (C) (ot) W 23 UMBC (C) W 26 at Stony Brook (C) W M 3 at Binghamton * L 62-71 2006–07 (12-18, 7-9) N 11 at Harvard L 13 vs. Detroit L 14 vs. Idaho State L 18 at St. Francis College (NY) W 22 College of St. Joseph W 26 Robert Morris L 29 at Mount St. Mary’s W D 1 at N.J.I.T. W 9 at Providence L 14 UMaine Farmington (M) W 23 at Penn State L 28 at Nevada L J 3 Hartford (C) L 6 New Hampshire (C) L 9 at Boston University (C) L 11 at Albany (C) L 13 Binghamton (C) W 16 UMBC (C) W 18 at Vermont (C) W 25 at Stony Brook (C) W 27 at Hartford (C) W 31 Boston University (C) L F 3 at New Hampshire (C) W

55-89 67-70 86-36 49-62 53-62 72-76 74-38 55-58 64-55 56-91 75-90 72-64 80-56 56-76 53-71 85-82 67-53 62-83 62-56 53-51 62-69 56-84 73-87 48-79 59-56 69-66 87-75

71-75 50-57 57-66 79-60 97-69 43-55 68-65 68-58 79-94 75-34 42-75 69-89 60-62 68-73 63-65 73-82 69-64 70-56 69-64 74-66 65-64 55-66 65-56

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7 11 14 17 22 25 3

Albany (C) at Binghamton (C) Vermont (C) at Northeastern at UMBC (C) Stony Brook (C) vs. UMBC *

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55-71 40-67 75-90 61-71 77-80 63-61 61-70

2007–08 (7-23, 3-13) N 5 Richmond L 6 Tennessee-Martin L 13 Fisher W 17 St. Francis (ot) W 20 at Quinnipiac W 24 Northeastern L 27 at Providence L D 1 New Jersey Tech W 8 at Florida State L 15 Mt.St. Mary’s L 22 at Connecticut L 31 at Canisius L J 2 at Colgate L 6 at Stony Brook (C) L 12 at UMBC (C) W 16 Vermont (C) L 19 New Hampshire (C) L 21 Hartford (C) L 23 at Albany (C) W 27 Binghamton (C) L 30 Boston U. (C) L F 6 at Hartford (C) L 9 at New Hampshire (ot)(C) 75-72 14 Albany (C) L 17 at Binghamton (C) L 20 at Boston U. (C) L 23 Stony Brook (C) L 28 UMBC (C) L M 2 at Vermont (C) L 7 Stony Brook*(ot) L

60-74 55-80 54-73 51-56 68-85 58-89 65-74

2008-09 (9-21, 4-12) N 14 vs. Northern Illinois 15 at Kennesaw St. 19 at Princeton 22 at Providence 25 Quinnipiac 28 at South Alabama 29 vs. Tulane D 4 UMPI 10 at Oklahoma 21 Harvard 23 at Boston College 30 Canisius J 3 Binghamton (C) 8 at Stony Brook (C) 10 at UMBC (C) 14 at Hartford (C) 17 Albany (C) 25 Boston University (C) 28 at Vermont (C) 31 at Binghamton (C) F 3 Stony Brook (C) 7 UMBC (C) 11 Hartford (C) 19 at New Hampshire (C) 22 at Albany (C) 26 at Boston University (C) M 1 Vermont (C) 6 Hartford*

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

77-64 60-47 58-55 83-62 73-66 71-59 66-56 126-50 78-52 76-63 99-61 56-43 70-62 64-54 61-59 76-71 72-61 73-62 75-65 83-77 70-59 73-68 68-63 63-54 80-69 76-65 93-81 65-56

2009-10 (19-11, 11-5) N 13 at Fordham W 16 at Norfolk St. L 18 at Delaware St. W 22 at Brown L 24 Quinnipiac L D 3 at Colgate W 5 at Syracuse L 10 UMPI (M) W 13 Kennesaw St. W 22 at Connecticut L 30 at Columbia W J 2 at Boston College W 4 Princeton W 7 Vermont (C) L 10 at Binghamton (C) (ot) 66-61 16 Stony Brook (C) W

76-73 72-71 59-56 75-62 59-46 76-66 101-55 133-58 57-51 71-54 65-59 52-51 52-50 64-56 W

42-44 62-66 81-36 85-82 64-59 57-70 48-78 86-58 55-95 59-66 60-105 70-81 62-70 59-75 77-74 58-75 75-81 71-76 81-70 58-69 49-56 67-69 W

67-61

18 New Hampshire (C) 21 at Albany (C) 23 at Hartford (C) 27 Boston University (C) 30 UMBC (C) F 3 at Vermont (C) 6 Binghamton (C) 8 at UMBC (C) 10 at Stony Brook (C) 17 at New Hampshire (C) 21 Hartford (C) 24 Albany (C) 27 at Boston University (C) M 6 New Hampshire*

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

56-42 63-54 77-69 56-54 56-55 64-51 61-49 84-63 83-64 72-53 66-52 66-53 76-56 68-57

2010-11 (15-15, 9-7) N 12 at Utah Valley W (OT) 71-66 14 at Maryland L 89-59 18 Maine-Machias W 95-44 22 at Notre Dame L 97-72 29 at Quinnipiac L, 75-67 D 4 at Brown L 62-54 6 Delaware State L 75-56 8 at UMass W 68-56 12 Norfolk State (M) W 74-54 19 Colgate W 78-57 21 at Penn State W 74-64 30 Columbia L 61-59 J 2 Boston University W 65-52 5 Hartford L 61-59 8 at UMBC W 82-67 12 at Albany W 66-64 15 Binghamton W 77-51 18 at Vermont W 72-58 22 Stony Brook W 70-59 25 New Hampshire W 64-50 29 at Binghamton W 77-74 F 1 at Boston University L 88-78 6 UMBC L 84-79 10 at Hartford L 74-65 12 at Stony Brook (OT) L 71-69 16 Vermont L 73-57 19 at Siena (Bracketbuster) L 71-60 22 at New Hampshire W 70-53 27 Albany L 81-77 M 5 Hartford* L 66-63 2011-12 (12-17, 6-7) N 14 Me.-Machias W 113-49 17 at Connecticut L 80-60 27 Holy Cross W 72-60 30 at Eastern Illinois L(OT) 85-80 D 4 at Rhode Island W 76-74 8 at Notre Dame L 87-78 10 at San Diego L 77-63 19 Utah Valley W 77-60 21 Eastern Illinois W 64-60 23 at Brown W 71-58 29 at Fla. Gulf Coast L 84-72 J 2 at Binghamton (C) W 76-61 7 UMBC (C) W 89-70 11 Boston U. L 77-68 14 at Albany (C) L 76-75 16 at Vermont (C) L 79-65 19 Hartford (C) L 63-49 21 Stony Brook (C) L 58-52 25 at New Hampshire W 80-69 28 Binghamton (C) W 67-59 F 4 at UMBC (C) W 77-76 6 Vermont (C) L 73-63 9 at Boston U. (C) L 67-54 11 Albany (C) L 76-68 15 at Hartford (C) L 64-50 18 Marist L 77-71 22 New Hampshire (C) W 71-58 26 at Stony Brook (C) L 55-48 M 3 Vermont* L 50-40 *- NAC/America East Tournament game (HCC) Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, Conn. (C) Conference game (B) Bangor Auditorium (P) Cumberland County Civic Ctr., Portland, Maine (A) Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Maine (M) Memorial Gymnasium + forfeit due to UMaine ineligible player

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Maine Men’s Basketball ∞ 2012-13 Media Guide OPPONENT W L Last Meeting Alabama 0 2 1981–82 Alaska - Anchorage 0 1 1996–97 Alaska - Fairbanks 1 0 2000–01 Albany 11 11 2011-12 Alcorn State 1 0 1994–95 AIC 0 2 1969–70 Amherst 0 3 1928–29 Arizona State 0 1 1996–97 Armstrong State 1 1 1976–77 Army(U.S.M.A.) 0 1 1969–70 Arkansas 0 1 2001–02 Assumption 0 2 1968–69 Baldwin–Wallace 2 0 1960–61 Bates 76 25 1977–78 Bethune-Cookman 1 1 2004–05 Binghamton 12 12 2011-12 Biscayne 1 0 1979–80 Boise State 1 0 1995–96 Boston College 5 15 2009-10 Boston Univ. 40 58 2011-12 Bowdoin 56 32 1975–76 Bowling Green 0 2 1997–98 Bradley 1 1 1993–94 Brandeis 4 2 1968–69 Bridgewater St. 2 0 1928–29 BYU-Hawaii 1 0 1999–00 Brooklyn 6 2 1984–85 Brown 6 7 2011-12 Bucknell 2 2 1999–00 Buffalo 4 0 1992–93 Canisius 5 14 2008-09 Chicago State 1 0 1988–89 Cincinnati 0 1 1922–23 The Citadel 0 1 1969–70 CCNY 1 1 1976–77 Central Conn. St. 9 2 1993–94 Central Florida 1 4 2002–03 Chattanooga 0 1 2005–06 Clark 2 0 1923–24 Colby 60 56 2003–04 Colgate 20 4 2010-11 Columbia 2 2 2010-11 Connecticut 16 82 2011-12 Coppin State 2 0 1991–92 Cornell 1 0 1960–61 C.W.Post 1 0 1979–80 Dartmouth 10 8 2005–06 Delaware 11 15 2000–01 Delaware State 4 2 2010-11 DePaul 0 7 1995–96 Detroit 0 1 2006–07 Drexel 9 19 2000–01 East Carolina 1 1 1980–81 East Stroudsburg 0 1 1968–69 Eastern Illinois 4 2 2011-12 Eastern Kentucky 1 1 1980–81 Eastern Michigan 0 1 1967–68 Fairfield 4 2 1993–94 Fairleigh Dickinson 4 9 1998–99 Fisher 1 0 2007-08 Fitchburg St. Coll. 1 0 1923–24 Florida A & M 1 0 1999–00 Florida Gulf Coast 0 1 20011-12 Florida International 1 0 1991–92 Florida State 0 2 2007-08 Florida Southern 2 1 1991–92 Fordham 1 0 2009-10 Fresno State 0 1 1995–96 Furman 0 2 1990–91 Gannon 0 1 1964–65 George Mason 2 0 1984–85 Georgia Tech 0 1 1970–71 Gonzaga 0 2 1994–95 Hamilton 0 2 1924–25 Hampton Univ. 2 2 1998–99 Hartford 26 33 2011-12

Maine vs. Opponents

OPPONENT W Last Meeting Harvard 2 6 2008-09 High Point 0 1 2005–06 Hofstra 6 14 2000–01 Holy Cross 1 6 2011-12 Husson College 2 1 2002–03 Illinois 0 2 2000–01 Idaho State 0 1 2006–07 IPFW 3 0 2002–03 Iona 0 4 1982–83 Iowa State 0 1 1991–92 James Madison 0 2 1982–83 Kansas 0 1 1982–83 Kennesaw St. 2 0 2009-10 Kentucky 0 1 1980–81 Lafayette 1 0 1966–67 Lamar 0 1 2001–02 LaSalle 0 4 1986–87 LeMoyne 0 1 1966–67 Liberty 2 1 1997–98 Long Island 4 0 1999–00 Louisiana State 0 1 1979–80 Lowell/UML 2 3 1984–85 Loyola (Ill.) 1 1 1991–92 Loyola College (Md.) 1 1 1994–95 Maine-Farmington 2 0 2006–07 Maine Ft. Kent 2 0 2005–06 Maine Machias 3 0 2011-12 Marist 1 3 2011-12 Marquette 1 3 1996–97 Marshall 1 1 1971–72 Maryland 0 2 2010-11 Massachusetts 17 41 2010-11 Mass. Inst. of Tech. 2 5 1973–74 Mercer 1 0 2005–06 Miami (Fla.) 0 1 1991–92 Michigan State 1 2 1987–88 Minnesota 1 0 1999–00 Montana 0 1 1980–81 Morgan State 5 1 2005–06 Mount St. Mary’s 1 1 2007-08 Muhlenberg 0 1 1968–69 Murray State 1 0 1980–81 Muskingum 1 0 1964–65 Nevada 0 1 2006–07 New England 2 0 2003–04 New Hampshire 116 65 2011-12 N.J.I.T. 2 0 2007-08 New Mexico 0 1 1989–90 New Orleans 0 1 1998–99 Niagara 4 12 1988–89 Norfolk State 2 2 2009-10 N.C. A&T 2 0 1979–80 N.C. Asheville 0 1 1996–97 N.C.-Wilmington 1 4 1996–97 Northeastern 46 64 2007-08 Northern Arizona 2 0 1992–93 Northern Illinois 1 4 2008-09 Northwestern 1 0 1998–99 Norwich 1 2 1965–66 Notre Dame 0 3 2011-12 Oklahoma 0 1 2008-09 Old Dominion 0 2 1978–79 Oral Roberts 0 1 1971–72 Penn State 1 1 2010-11 Pittsburgh 0 1 2005–06 Prairie View A&M 1 0 2000–01 Princeton 2 0 2009-10 Providence 1 10 2008-09 Puget Sound 1 0 1983–84 Quinnipiac 1 3 2009-10 RPI 0 1 1925–26 Rhode Island 14 85 2011-12 Rice 0 1 1988–89 Richmond 0 1 2007-08

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OPPONENT Rider Robert Morris R.I.T Rollins Rutgers Sacred Heart San Diego St. Anselm St. Bonaventure St. Francis (NY) St. Joseph (Vt.) St. Lawrence St. Leo St. Louis St. Michael’s St. Peter’s San Francisco Siena South Alabama South Carolina South Carolina St. South Dakota St. South Florida Southeast Missouri Southern Maine Southwest Texas Springfield Stetson Stony Brook Syracuse Temple Tennessee Martin Tennessee State Texas A&M Texas Pan American

W L Last Meeting 2 0 1991–92 0 4 2006–07 1 0 1922–23 0 1 1970–71 0 3 2005–06 4 0 2001–02 0 1 2011-12 9 4 1975–76 0 2 1992–93 4 0 2006–07 1 0 2006–07 0 1 1924–25 0 1 1970–71 1 0 1996–97 6 4 1983–84 0 1 2001–02 0 1 1992–93 4 12 1988–89 0 1 2008-09 1 1 1979–80 0 1 1993–94 0 1 1967–68 0 2 1977–78 0 1 1994–95 2 1 1996–97 1 1 1990–91 0 2 1988–89 0 2 1977–78 15 10 2011-12 0 4 2009-10 0 3 1981–82 0 1 2007-08 0 1 1980–81 0 1 1980–81 0 2 1990–91

OPPONENT W L Last Meeting Texas San Antonio 0 2 2001–02 Towson 9 7 2000–01 Trinity 2 0 1973–74 Troy State 3 1 2001–02 Tufts 3 6 1962–63 Tulane 0 1 2008-09 UMBC 11 9 2011-12 UCLA 0 1 1999–00 UMPI 3 0 2009-10 Union 0 1 1925–26 Ursinus 1 0 1982–83 U.S. Coast Guard 1 0 1961–62 U.S. International 1 0 1988–89 Utah Valley 2 0 2011-12 Utica 4 2 1986–87 Valparaiso 2 0 1984–85 Vermont 69 56 2011-12 Villanova 0 2 1981–82 Virginia Commonwealth 1 1 1975–76 Virginia Military Institute 1 0 1981–82 Wagner 0 1 1991–92 Wayne State 1 0 1967–68 Wesleyan 1 3 1958–59 West Chester 1 0 1973–74 Western Illinois 1 0 1993–94 William & Mary 0 1 2005–06 Wisconsin 0 1 1988–89 Wisconsin - Milwaukee 2 2 1991–92 Wittenburg 0 1 1922–23 Wooster 1 0 1964–65 Worcester Tech 5 4 1928–29 Yale 1 1 1994–95 Youngstown State 3 2 1996–97

Joe Campbell ranks 19th on the all-time rebounding list at Maine.


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The Record Book Team Records

MOST POINTS Game 133 vs. UMPI, December 10, 2009 127 vs. Vermont, February 19, 1994 Season 2414, 1993–94 BEST SCORING AVERAGE Season 85.6, 1968–69 MOST FIELD GOALS Game 54 vs. UMPI, December 10, 2009 Season 913, 1993–94 MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Game 107 vs. Assumption, December 2, 1967 Season 2022, 1993–94 BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game .700 (42-60) vs. Delaware St., February 27, 198 Season .531, 1980–81 MOST 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE Game 16 vs. Hampton, November 14, 1998 Season 247, 1999–00 MOST 3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game 42 vs. New Hampshire, January 19, 1996 Season 660, 1999–00 BEST 3-PT. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game .750 (6-8) vs. Northeastern, January 2, 1987 Season .421 (131-311), 1987–88 MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game 42 vs. Bowdoin, 1955–56 42 vs. Boston Univ., February 20, 1980 Season 484, 1960–61 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game 71 vs. Connecticut, 1952–53 Season 810, 1952–53 BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game 1.000 (18-18). vs. High Point, November 19, 2005 1.000 (18-18) vs. Vermont, January 11, 2002 1.000 (13-13) vs. Drexel, January 30, 1999 Season .758, 1976–77 MOST REBOUNDS Game 93 vs. Bates, February 5, 1969 Season 1356, 1963–64 MOST ASSISTS Game 37 v.s UMPI, December 10, 2009 33 vs. East Carolina, December 3, 1980 Season 505, 2002–03 MOST STEALS Game 23 vs. Fisher, November 13, 2007 Season 325, 1991–92 MOST BLOCKS Game 11 vs. Fisher, November 13, 2007 Season 182, 2001–02

BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE Season .826, 1959–60 (19-4) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS Overall 14, 1959–60 Home 25, 1959–61 MOST LEAGUE WINS Season 15, 1999–00

Individual Records

MOST POINTS Game 54 – Jim Stephenson vs. Colby, March 3, 1969 Season 718 – Rufus Harris, 1979–80 Career 2206 – Rufus Harris, 1976–80 Highest Avg. Season 25.6 Rufus Harris, 1979–80 Highest Avg. Career 22.7 Jim Stephenson, 1966–69 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game 22 – Jim Stephenson vs. Colby, March 3, 1969 Season 271 – Rufus Harris, 1979–80 Career 834 – Rufus Harris, 1976–80 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game 43 – Jim Stephenson vs. Assumption, December 2, 1967 Season 624 – Jim Stephenson, 1967–68 Career 1759 – Rufus Harris, 1976–80 BEST FIELD GOAL AVERAGE Game 1.000 (12-12) Roger Lapham vs. Valparaiso, December 23, 1978 Rich Henry (12-12) vs. Canisius, March 4, 1986 Season (100 Att.) .662 (131-198) Rickey White, 2002–03 Career .548 Rich Henry, 1983–85

MOST ASSISTS Game 16 Jeff Sturgeon vs. Niagara, 1982–83 Season 193 Andy Bedard, 1999–00 Career 619 Marty Higgins, 1988–92 Highest Avg., Season 6.9 Andy Bedard, 1999–00 Highest Avg., Career 6.7 Andy Bedard, 1998–00 MOST STEALS Game 8 Marty Higgins vs. Drexel, January 17, 1992, Casey Arena vs. Central Conn., December 13, 1993, Allen Ledbetter vs. UNH, January 16, 1999 Season 95 Marty Higgins, 1991–92 Career 243 Marty Higgins, 1988–92 Highest Avg. Season 3.0 Marty Higgins, 1991–92 Highest Avg. Career 2.1 Marty Higgins, 1988–92 MOST BLOCKS Game 10 Justin Rowe vs. Stony Brook, January 6, 2002 Season 121 Justin Rowe, 2001–02 Career 226 Justin Rowe, 2001–03 MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game 19 Dudley Coyne vs. UConn, 1955–56; Skip Chappelle vs. Massachusetts,1960–61 Season 176 Rufus Harris, 1979–80 Career 538 Rufus Harris, 1976–80 MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS Game 19 Skip Chappelle vs. Massachusetts, 1960–61 Season 32 Skip Chappelle, 1960–61

MOST 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE Game 10 – John Gordon vs. UNH January 19, 1996 Season 102 - Gerald McLemore, 2009-10 Career 311 –Kevin Reed, 2002–2007

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game 27 Keith Mahaney vs. Bowdoin, 1956–57 Season 216 Rufus Harris, 1979–80 Career 680 Rufus Harris, 1976–80

MOST 3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game 21 – John Gordon vs. UNH 1–19–96 Season 256 - Gerald McLemore, 2009-10 Career 834 – Kevin Reed, 2002–2007

BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Season .924 Gerald McLemore, 2011-12 Career .850 Jeff Topliff, 1981–85

BEST 3-PT. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game 1.000 (4-4) Matt Rossignol vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, December 19, 1987, Derrick Hodge (4-4) vs. Boston U. February 21, 1990 Fred Meeks (4-4) vs. Hampton, November 14, 1998, Colin Haynes (4-4) vs. Boston U., February 12, 1998, Kevin Terrell (4-4) vs. Vermont, January 11, 1992 Season .470 (54–115) Matt Rossignol, 1986–87 Career .438 (167–381) Matt Rossignol, 1985–89

MOST REBOUNDS Game 28 Bob Warner vs. Trinity, January 15, 1974 Season 352 Bob Warner, 1974–75 Career 1304 Bob Warner, 1972–76 Highest Avg. Season 14.6 Bob Warner, 1973–74 Highest Avg. Career 13.6 Bob Warner, 1972–76 MOST GAMES PLAYED Season 32 Francois Bouchard, 1991–92 Marty Higgins, 1991–92 Deonte  Hursey, 1991–92 Career 119 Kevin Reed, 2002–07 Consecutive Games Played 117 Deonte  Hursey, 1990–94

MOST GAMES Season 32, 1991–92 MOST VICTORIES Season 24, 1999–00

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Maine Men’s Basketball ∞ 2012-13 Media Guide BEST 3-PT. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game 1.000 (4-4) Matt Rossignol vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, December 19, 1987, Derrick Hodge (4-4) vs. Boston U. February 21, 1990 Fred Meeks (4-4) vs. Hampton, November 14, 1998, Colin Haynes (4-4) vs. Boston U., February 12, 1998, Kevin Terrell (4-4) vs. Vermont, January 11, 1992 Season .470 (54–115) Matt Rossignol, 1986–87 Career .438 (167–381) Matt Rossignol, 1985–89 MOST ASSISTS Game 16 Jeff Sturgeon vs. Niagara, 1982–83 Season 193 Andy Bedard, 1999–00 Career 619 Marty Higgins, 1988–92 Highest Avg., Season 6.9 Andy Bedard, 1999–00 Highest Avg., Career 6.7 Andy Bedard, 1998–00 MOST STEALS Game 8 Marty Higgins vs. Drexel, January 17, 1992, Casey Arena vs. Central Conn., December 13, 1993, Allen Ledbetter vs. UNH, January 16, 1999 Season 95 Marty Higgins, 1991–92 Career 243 Marty Higgins, 1988–92 Highest Avg. Season 3.0 Marty Higgins, 1991–92 Highest Avg. Career 2.1 Marty Higgins, 1988–92 MOST BLOCKS Game 10 Justin Rowe vs. Stony Brook, January 6, 2002 Season 121 Justin Rowe, 2001–02 Career 226 Justin Rowe, 2001–03 MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game 19 Dudley Coyne vs. UConn, 1955–56; Skip Chappelle vs. Massachusetts,1960–61 Season 176 Rufus Harris, 1979–80 Career 538 Rufus Harris, 1976–80 MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS Game 19 Skip Chappelle vs. Massachusetts, 1960–61 Season 32 Skip Chappelle, 1960–61 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game 27 Keith Mahaney vs. Bowdoin, 1956–57 Season 216 Rufus Harris, 1979–80 Career 680 Rufus Harris, 1976–80 BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Season .874 Skip Chappelle, 1961–62 Career .850 Jeff Topliff, 1981–85 MOST REBOUNDS Game 28 Bob Warner vs. Trinity, January 15, 1974 Season 352 Bob Warner, 1974–75 Career 1304 Bob Warner, 1972–76 Highest Avg. Season 14.6 Bob Warner, 1973–74 Highest Avg. Career 13.6 Bob Warner, 1972–76 MOST GAMES PLAYED Season 32 Francois Bouchard, 1991–92 Marty Higgins, 1991–92 Deonte  Hursey, 1991–92 Career 119 Kevin Reed, 2002–07 Consecutive Games Played 117 Deonte  Hursey, 1990–94

Honored Black Bears NCAA Walter Byers Award 1989–90 Dean Smith

All-America 1952-53 1953-54 1956-57 1959-60 1959-60

John Norris (Hon. Mention) Keith Mahaney (Hon. Mention) Keith Mahaney (Hon. Mention) Skip Chappelle (Hon. Mention) Don Stugeon (Hon. Mention)

NABC All-District I 1961–62 1968–69 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1983–84 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2010-11

Skip Chappelle (Second team) Jim Stephenson (Third team) Peter Gavitt (Second team) Bob Warner (Third team) Bob Warner (First team) Bob Warner (Second team) Rufus Harris (Third team) Rufus Harris (Second team) Rufus Harris (First team) Rick Carlisle (Second team) Jeff Cross (Second team) Andy Bedard (Second team) Andy Bedard (Second team) Nate Fox (Second team) Julian Dunkley (Second team) Errick Greene (Second team) Troy Barnies (Second team) Gerald McLemore (Second Team)

All-America East* 1979–80 1982–83 1983–84 1986–87 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04

Rufus Harris (First team) Jeff Cross (First team) Jeff Sturgeon (Second team) Jeff Cross (Second team) Jim Boylan (First team) Dean Smith (First team) Derrick Hodge (Second team) Marty Higgins (Second team) Derrick Hodge (Second team) Francois Bouchard (Second team) Casey Arena (Second team) Ken Barnes (Second team) Casey Arena (Second team) Greg Logan (Second team) John Gordon (First team) Terry Hunt (Second team) Allen Ledbetter (Second team) Andy Bedard (First team) Nate Fox (Second team) Allen Ledbetter (Third team) Andy Bedard (First team) Nate Fox (First team) Huggy Dye (Second team) Julian Dunkley (Third team) Carvell Ammons (First team) Julian Dunkley (Second team) Justin Rowe (First team) Errick Greene (Second team) Rickey White (First team) Justin Rowe (Second team) Eric Dobson (Second team) Mark Flavin (Second team)

2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007-08 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Kevin Reed (Second team) Kevin Reed (Second team) Joe Campbell (Third team) Ernest Turner (Second team) Olli Ahvenniemi (All-Defensive team) Kevin Reed (Second team) Mark Socoby (Third team) Junior Bernal (All-Defensive) Gerald McLemore (First Team) Sean McNally (Third Team) Troy Barnies (First Team) Gerald McLemore (Second Team) Gerald McLemore (Second Team Alasdair Fraser (Third Team)

NAC/AE Player of the Year 1982–83 Jeff Cross 1979–80 Rufus Harris

AE All-Rookie Team 1985–86 1986–87 1990–91 1990-91 1992–93 1993–94 1998–99 2000–01 2002–03 2005–06 2008-09 2009-10 2011-12

Mike Bitterman Matt Rossignol Coco Barry Dean Smith Ken Barnes Francois Bouchard Kevin Terrell Casey Arena Ramone Jones Huggy Dye Tory Cavalieri Kevin Reed Philippe Tchekane Bofia Gerald McLemore Murphy Burnatowski Justin Edwards

AE Rookie of the Year

1979–80 Rick Carlisle * 1990–91 Francois Bouchard *–co–rookie

AE Coach of the Year 1987–88 Skip Chappelle 1993–94 Rudy Keeling

CollegeInsider.com AE Coach of the Year 2009-10

Ted Woodward

AE All-Tournament Team 1990-91 1993-94 1993-94 1998-99 2001–02 2003–04

Derrick Hodge Casey Arena Francois Bouchard Nate Fox Clayton Brown Eric Dobson

AE All-Academic Team 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Junior Bernal Junior Bernal Andrew Rogers Andrew Rogers Andrew Rogers

NABC Honors Court

2008-09 Junior Bernal 2009-10 Andrew Rogers

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Seasonal Leaders Scoring Average Yr. 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 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01

Name Harold Woodbury Louis Bourgoin Louis Bourgoin Parker Small Parker Small Parker Small Eugene Hussey Storer Parsons Vernon Byers Robert Gates Frederick Boynton Robert Gates Charles Goddard Charles Goddard Robert Churchill John Norris John Norris Keith Mahaney Michael Polese Peter Kostacopoulos Keith Mahaney Thomas Seavey Donald Sturgeon Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Skip Chappelle Laddie Deemer John Gillette John Gillette Terry Carr Terry Carr James Stephenson, Jr. James Stephenson, Jr. Craig Randall Paul Bessey Peter Gavett Peter Gavett Robert Warner Robert Warner Paul Wholey Roger Lapham Rufus Harris Rufus Harris Rufus Harris Wilford Godbolt, Jr. Clayton Pickering Jeff Cross Jeff Cross Rich Henry Rich Henry James Boylan Reggie Banks Matt Rossignol Dean Smith Derrick Hodge Francois Bouchard Francois Bouchard Francois Bouchard Casey Arena John Gordon Terry Hunt Fred Meeks Nate Fox Nate Fox Julian Dunkley

GP 4 13 12 12 12 14 14 6 12 14 17 18 17 19 17 12 17 11 17 18 20 20 22 23 23 20 23 23 23 22 20 24 23 22 24 25 23 24 25 25 26 25 24 28 28 26 26 27 28 27 28 28 28 28 29 32 27 23 27 28 30 24 27 31 29

Pts. 42 84 133 103 148 181 153 80 153 237 237 271 161 299 222 193 395 250 261 248 452 283 317 477 485 390 301 428 451 327 437 553 548 265 328 458 512 433 492 552 434 569 517 718 525 406 498 453 395 376 592 507 386 534 403 431 352 360 483 369 461 467 492 544 480

Avg. 10.5 6.5 11.1 8.6 12.3 12.9 10.9 13.3 12.8 16.9 13.9 15.5 9.5 15.7 13.1 16.1 23.2 22.7 15.4 13.8 22.6 14.2 14.4 20.7 21.1 19.5 13.1 18.6 19.6 14.9 21.9 23.0 23.8 12.0 13.7 18.3 22.3 18.0 19.7 22.1 16.7 22.8 21.5 25.6 18.8 15.6 19.2 16.8 14.1 13.9 21.1 18.1 13.8 19.1 13.9 13.5 13.0 15.7 17.9 13.2 15.4 19.5 18.2 17.6 16.6

Nate Fox, now playing professionally in Germany, led the Black Bears in scoring and rebounding during the 1998–99 and 1999–2000 seasons. 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Errick Greene Rickey White Kevin Reed Ernest Turner Ernest Turner Kevin Reed Mark Socoby Mark Socoby Gerald McLemore Troy Barnies Gerald McLemore

30 493 16.4 24 316 13.2 30 435 14.5 25 342 13.7 28 427 15.2 30 422 14.1 30 437 14.6 30 369 12.3 30 439 14.6 30 424 14.1 27 458 17.0

Rebounding Average Yr. 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

Name Donald Sturgeon Larry Schiner Larry Schiner Arthur Warren Arthur Warren Guy Strang John Gillette Guy Strang David Hale Hugh Campbell, Jr. Hugh Campbell, Jr. Nick Susi, Jr. Nick Susi, Jr. Nick Susi, Jr. Robert Warner Robert Warner Robert Warner Robert Warner Kevin Nelson Rufus Harris Kevin Nelson Rufus Harris Clarence Gunn Jeff Cross Jeff Cross Jeff Cross Rich Henry Rich Henry

GP 22 23 23 24 20 22 23 22 20 24 23 24 24 25 23 24 25 24 19 25 24 28 28 23 26 27 28 27

Rbs. 224 231 261 275 219 243 231 253 178 265 293 269 240 247 310 350 352 292 157 246 224 211 224 194 310 339 230 194

Avg. 10.2 10.0 11.4 11.5 11.0 11.1 10.0 11.5 8.9 11.0 12.7 12.7 10.0 9.9 13.5 14.6 14.1 12.2 8.3 9.8 9.3 7.5 8.0 8.4 11.9 12.6 8.2 7.2

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

Coco Barry Coco Barry Coco Barry Derrick Hodge Francois Bouchard Francois Bouchard Francois Bouchard Francois Bouchard Greg Logan Greg Logan Allen Ledbetter Allen Ledbetter Nate Fox Nate Fox Carvell Ammons Justin Rowe Justin Rowe Kevin Reed Joe Campbell Olli Ahvenniemi Kevin Reed Mark Socoby Sean McNally Sean McNally Troy Barnies Alasdair Fraser

Assist Average Yr. 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

Name Paul Wholey Wally Russell Wally Russell Rufus Harris Rick Carlisle Rick Carlisle Jeff Sturgeon Jeff Sturgeon Jeff Sturgeon Jeff Wheeler Jim Boylan Jim Boylan Matt Rossignol Marty Higgins Marty Higgins Marty Higgins Marty Higgins Deont  Hursey Casey Arena Casey Arena Casey Arena John Gordon Dade Faison Andy Bedard Andy Bedard Tory Cavalieri Errick Greene Eric Dobson Eric Dobson Chris Markwood Rashard Turner Jon Sheets Junior Bernal Junior Bernal Junior Bernal Raheem Singleton Raheem Singleton

23 27 28 27 28 32 27 23 15 28 31 27 27 31 28 30 25 30 29 28 30 30 30 30 30 27

162 253 152 158 174 219 178 201 143 300 296 294 220 234 219 240 235 216 208 175 181 170 222 223 228 211

7.0 9.4 5.4 5.9 6.2 6.8 6.6 8.7 9.5 10.7 9.6 10.9 8.2 7.6 7.8 8.0 9.4 7.2 7.2 6.3 6.0 5.7 7.4 7.4 7.6 7.8

GP Asts. Avg. 25 104 4.2 23 100 4.4 25 135 5.4 24 98 4.1 28 118 4.2 28 132 4.7 26 101 3.9 26 163 6.3 27 144 5.3 28 127 4.5 27 131 4.9 28 100 3.6 28 110 3.9 27 128 4.7 28 161 5.8 29 168 5.8 32 162 5.1 27 151 5.6 29 178 6.1 27 135 5.0 28 172 6.1 31 101 3.3 27 145 5.4 28 181 6.5 28 193 6.9 29 125 4.3 30 119 4.0 30 146 4.9 30 179 6.0 21 77 3.7 28 84 3.0 30 94 3.1 25 76 3.0 30 94 3.1 30 103 3.4 30 110 3.7 29 99 3.4

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POINTS, SINGLE SEASON Name Rufus Harris Jim Boylen Rufus Harris Jim Stephenson Paul Wholey Jim Stephenson Nate Fox Dean Smith Champ Godbolt Rufus Harris Peter Gavett Reggie Banks

Pts 718 592 569 553 552 548 544 534 525 517 512 507

Year 1979–80 1986–87 1977–78 1967–68 1975–76 1968–69 1999–00 1989–90 1980–81 1978–79 1972–73 1987–88

POINTS, CAREER Name, Collegiate Years Gms Rufus Harris, 1976–80 103 Bob Warner, 1972–76 96 Gerald McLemore, 2008-12 116 Kevin Reed, 2002 – 2005 119 Francois Bouchard, 1989–94 114 Casey Arena, 1992–96 110 Roger Lapham, 1975–79 100 Jim Stephenson, 1966–69 67 Skip Chappelle, 1959–62 66 Jeff Cross, 1980–84 100 Matt Rossignol, 1985–89 111 Peter Gavett, 1970–73 72 Allen Ledbetter, 1995–99 113 Jim Boylen, 1983–87 103 Derrick Hodge, 1988–92 107 Dean Smith, 1986–90 108 Julian Dunkley, 1996–01! 120 Kevin Nelson, 1975–79 93 Huggy Dye, 1998–2001 85 Rich Henry, 1983–86 82 John Gillette, 1962–65 62 Andy Bedard, 1995–00& 116 Nate Fox, 1995–00 & 74 Terry Carr, 1964–67 65 Terry Hunt, 1992–97 102 Junior Bernal, 2006-10 115 Marcus Wills, 1995–99 ** 81 Mark Socoby, 2006-09 90 Dan Reilly, 1973–77 94

Pts 2,206 1,758 1,657 1,601 1,541 1,531 1,523 1,518 1,352 1,337 1,297 1,294 1,258 1,244 1,206 1,131 1,104 1,089 1,076 1,074 1,072 1,071 1,052 1,042 1,038 1,034 1,017 1,013 1,004

SCORING AVERAGE, SINGLE SEASON Name Avg Year Rufus Harris 25.6 1979–80 Jim Stephenson 23.8 1968–69 John Norris 23.5 1952–53 Jim Stephenson 23.0 1967–68 Rufus Harris 22.8 1977–78 Keith Mahaney 22.7 1953–54 Keith Mahaney 22.6 1956–57 Peter Gavett 22.3 1972–73 Paul Wholey 22.1 1975–76 Terry Carr 21.9 1966–67 Rufus Harris 21.5 1978–79 Jim Boylen 21.1 1986–87 Skip Chappelle 21.1 1960–61

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The Leaderboards Scoring Average, Career Name, Collegiate Years Points Jim Stephenson, 1966–69 1,518 Rufus Harris, 1976–80 2,206 Paul Wholey, 1975–77 713 Skip Chappelle, 1959–62 1,352 John Norris, 1951–53 588 Keith Mahaney,1952–57@ 903 Bob Warner, 1972–76 1,758 Peter Gavett, 1970–73 1,294 John Gillette, 1962–65 1,072 Terry Carr, 1964–67 1,042 16.0 REBOUNDS, SINGLE SEASON Name Rebs Bob Warner 352 Bob Warner 350 Jeff Cross 339 Jeff Cross 310 Greg Logan 300 Allen Ledbetter 296 Allen Ledbetter 294 Hugh Campbell 293 Bob Warner 292 Arthur Warren 275 Nick Susi 269 Hugh Campbell 265 Lawrence Schiner 261 Guy Strang 253 Coco Barry 253 John Gillette 253 REBOUNDS, CAREER Name, Collegiate Years Bob Warner, 1972–76 Allen Ledbetter, 1995–99 Jeff Cross, 1980–84 Rufus Harris, 1976–80 Francois Bouchard, 1989–94 Nick Susi, 1969–72 Kevin Nelson, 1975–79 Kevin Reed, 2002–2007 Guy Strang, 1963–66 Steve Gavett, 1973–77 Sean McNally, 2007-2011 Donald Sturgeon, 1958–61 Dave Svendsen, 1962–65 Larry Schiner, 1958–61 Peter Gavett, 1970–73 Coco Barry, 1985–90 Roger Lapham, 1975–79 John Gillette, 1962–65 Hugh Campbell, 1966–69 Colin Haynes, 1997–01 Joe Campbell, 2002–05 Clay Gunn, 1978–82 Skip Chappelle, 1959–62 Jon Ingalls, 1958–61 Rich Henry, 1983–86

Gms 96 113 100 103 114 70 93 119 67 96 118 68 69 66 72 97 100 62 63 115 109 84 66 61 82

Avg 22.7 21.4 21.0 20.5 20.3 18.8 18.3 18.0 17.3

Year 1974–75 1973–74 1983–84 1982–83 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1968–69 1975–76 1961–62 1969–70 1967–68 1960–61 1965–66 1987–88 1963–64 Reb 1,304 1,017 894 806 792 756 754 732 727 708 702 671 653 649 649 649 649 632 593 568 564 535 513 513 500

REBOUNDING AVG, SINGLE SEASON Name Avg Year Robert Warner 14.6 1973–74 Robert Warner 14.1 1974–75 Robert Warner 13.5 1972–73 Hugh Campbell, Jr. 12.7 1968–69 Jeff Cross 12.6 1983–84 Robert Warner 12.2 1975–76 Jeff Cross 11.9 1982–83 Guy Strang 11.5 1965–66 Arthur Warren 11.5 1961–62 Lawrence Schiner 11.4 1960–61 REBOUNDING AVERAGE, CAREER Name, Collegiate Years Reb Bob Warner, 1972–76 1304 Arthur Warren, 1960–63 494 Guy Strang, 1963–66 727 Nick Susi, 1969–72 756 Greg Logan, 1994–96 443 John Gillette, 1962–65 632 Don Sturgeon, 1958–61 671 Larry Schiner, 1958–61 649 Dave Svendsen, 1962–65 653 Hugh Campbell, 1966–69 593

Avg 13.6 11.2 10.9 10.8 10.3 10.2 9.9 9.8 9.5 9.4

3-PT. FG ATTEMPTS, SINGLE SEASON Name, Collegiate Years Gm Gerald McLemore, 2009-10 30 Kevin Reed, 2006–07 30 Jon Sheets, 2006–07 30 Mark Socoby, 2007–08 30 John Gordon, 1996–97 31 Gerald McLemore, 2008-09 30 Kevin Reed, 2004–05 29 Kevin Reed, 2002–03 30 Kevin Reed, 2003–04 30 Terry Hunt, 1996–97 30 Jon Sheeets, 2005–06 28 John Gordon, 1995–96 28 Huggy Dye, 2000–01 27

3FGA 256 233 215 211 209 208 206 200 195 185 173 172 165

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Maine Men’s Basketball ∞ 2012-13 Media Guide 3-PT. FG MADE, SINGLE SEASON Name, Collegiate Years Gm Gerald McLemore, 2009-10 30 John Gordon, 1996–97 31 Mark Socoby, 2007-08 30 Kevin Reed, 2002–03 30 Kevin Reed, 2004–05 29 Jon Sheets, 2006–07 30 Kevin Reed, 2006–07 30 Gerald McLemore, 2010-11 29 Kevin Reed, 2003–04 30 John Gordon, 1995–96 28 Matt Rossignol, 1988–89 28 Jon Sheets, 2005–06 28 Fred Meeks, 1997–98 24 Terry Hunt, 1996–97 30 Mark Socoby, 2008-09 30 Huggy Dye, 2000–01 27 Ernest Turner, 2005–06 28

3FG 102 85 82 81 80 79 76 74 74 72 69 66 65 64 63 58 57

3-PT. FG ATTEMPTS, CAREER Name, Collegiate Years Gm 3FGA Gerald McLemore, 2008-2012 116 845 Kevin Reed, 2002–07 119 834 Mark Socoby, 2006-09 90 499 Casey Arena, 1992–96 110 448 Julian Dunkley, 1996–01 ! 120 440 Jon Sheets, 2005–07 58 388 Andy Bedard, 1995–00 & 116 386 John Gordon, 1995–97 59 381 Matt Rossignol, 1985–89 111 381 Huggy Dye, 1998–01 85 377 Freddy Petkus, 2001–06 105 352 Terry Hunt, 1992–97 102 339 Marty Higgins, 1988–92 116 336 Fred Meeks, 1997–99 50 299 Marcus Wills, 1995-99** 81 291 Colin Haynes, 1997–01 115 262 3-PT. FG MADE, CAREER Name, Collegiate Years Gm Gerald McLemore, 2008-2012 116 Kevin Reed, 2002–07 119 Matt Rossignol, 1985–89 111 Mark Socoby, 2006-09 90 John Gordon, 1995–97 59 Casey Arena, 1992–96 110 Julian Dunkley, 1996–01 ! 120 Jon Sheets, 2005–07 58 Huggy Dye, 1998–01 85 Andy Bedard, 1995–00 & 116 Fred Meeks, 1997–99 50 Marty Higgins, 1988–92 116 Freddy Petkus, 2001–06 105 Terry Hunt, 1992–97 102 Colin Haynes, 1997–01 115 Joe Campbell, 2001–05 109 Derrick Hodge, 1988–92 107 Marcus Wills, 1995–99 81

3FG 323 311 167 166 157 150 148 145 141 138 122 119 117 109 109 104 103 100

ASSISTS, CAREER Name, Collegiate Years Marty Higgins, 1988–92 Casey Arena, 1992–96 Andy Bedard, 1995–00 & Deont  Hursey, 1990–94 Jeff Sturgeon, 1980–84 Jim Boylen, 1983–87 Junior Bernal, 2006-10 Matt Rossignol, 1985–89 Eric Dobson, 2002–04 Rufus Harris, 1976–80 Andrew Rogers Rick Carlisle, 1979–81 Wally Russell, 1975–78 Dade Faison, 1996–99 Jeff Wheeler, 1981–85

Gm 116 111 116 117 106 103 115 111 60 103 116 56 59 86 93

Avg 5.3 5.2 4.2 3.8 4.0 3.6 3.1 3.0 5.4 3.0 2.4 4.5 4.2 3.0 2.6

Ast 619 574 489 446 427 370 358 328 325 305 274 250 249 247 241

STEALS, CAREER Name, Collegiate Years Marty Higgins, 1988–92 Casey Arena, 1992–96 Kevin Reed, 2002–07 Deont  Hursey, 1990–94 Ramone Jones, 1993–97 Jim Boylen, 1983–87 Andy Bedard, 1995-00 & Junior Bernal, 2006-10 Derrick Hodge, 1988–92 Jeff Sturgeon, 1980–84

Gms 116 111 119 117 115 103 116 115 107 106

Avg 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.7 1.6 1.8 1.4 1.5 1.5 1.2

St 243 226 225 198 186 183 167 167 156 130

BLOCKS, SINGLE SEASON Name, Collegiate Years Justin Rowe, 2003–04 Justin Rowe, 2002–03 Jeff Cross, 1983–04 Jeff Cross, 1982–82 Olli Ahvenniemi, 2005–06 BLOCKS, CAREER Name, Collegiate Years Justin Rowe, 2001–03 Jeff Cross, 1981–84 Olli Ahvenniemi, 2003–07 Ed Jones, 1990–94 Guy Gomis, 1987–90 Mark Flavin, 2001–05 Sean McNally, 2007-present Allen Ledbetter, 1995–99 Ramone Jones, 1993–97 Julian Dunkley, 1996–01 ! Colin Haynes, 1997–01 Terry Hunt, 1992–97 Curtis Robertson, 1987–91

Gm 30 25 27 26 28

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Gm 55 100 96 109 83 78 90 113 115 120 115 102 106

Avg 4.1 2.1 1.5 1.2 1.2 1.3 1.0 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.4

Bl 226 209 146 130 103 99 90 68 57 54 52 48 46

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Black Bear Letterwinners Men’s basketball became an official varsity sport in the 1904–05 academic year. The sport was suspended twice, from 1910–11 to 1919–20, and 1929–30 to 1934–35, both times because of facility problems. Note, graduate date is anticipated date of graduation. Following is a listing of varsity “M” recipients (including non-participants such as managers) from 1904–05 to 2006–07, inclusive: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Abbe, David A. ’8l, 1978–76 Abbott, Lyman A. Jr. ’30, 1927–28, 28–29 Abbott, Warren S. ’27, 1926–27 Adams, Allan G. ’60, 1957–58 Ahvenniemi, Olli ’07, 2003–04, 04–05, 05–06, 06–07 Alin, Richard P. ’57, 1954–55, 56–57 Allison, Mike ‘13, 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 Ammons, Carvell D. ’01, 1999–00, 00–01 Anderson, David M. ’74, 1972–73, 73–74 Andre, Brian ’08, 2006–07,07-08 Annunziata, Frank J. ’77, 1972–73, 73–74, 74–75 Arbor, Charles J. ’41, 1938–39, 39–40 Arbuckle, Jose ’94, 1990–91 Arena, Casey ’96, 1992–93, 93–94, 94–95, 95–96 Armes, William H. ’70, 1967–68 Arnold, Donald H. ’55, 1953–54, 54–55 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Banks, Reginald W. ’90,1987–88, 88–89 Barnes, Ken ’95,1990–91, 91–92, 93–94, 94–95 Barnies, Troy ‘11, 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 Barnum, William R. Jr. ’73, 1970–71 Barry, Amadou I. ’90, 1986–87, 87–88, 88–89, 89–90 Barstow, Christopher ’99, 1995–96 Beatty, Henry R. ’27, 1925–26 Bedard, Andrew R. ’00, 1998–99, 99–00 Bell, Kenneth D. ’41, l939–40 Berg, Eric O. ’24, l920–21, 21–22, 22–23, 23–24 Bernal, Junior ’10, 2006–07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 Bessey, Paul B. ’73, l969–70, 70–71, 71–72 Biggar, Robert E. ’65, l962–63 Billings, Richard S. ’67, 1964–65 Bitterman, Michael K. ’90,1985–86 Black, William M. ’09, 1905–06, 06–07, 07–08, 08–09 Blake, Clifford A. ’42, 1940–4l, 41–42 Blake, Richard D. ’71, l968–69 Bouchard, Francois ’94, 1989–90, 91–92, 92–93, 93–94 Boucher, Frederick L. ’81, 1977–78, 78–79, 79–80 Bourgoin, Louis J. ’39, 1937–38, 38–39 Bourgoin, Raoul J. ’37, 1936–37 Bowen, John A. ’87, 1984–85, 85–86, 86–87 Boylan, James F. ’87, 1983–84, 84–85, 85–86, 86–87 Boynton, Frederick A. ’48, 1945–46, 46–47, 47–48 Boynton, Ronald C. ’59, 1956–57, 57–58, 58–59 Brackett, Thomas E. ’54, 1955–56 Bradbury, Chad B. ’97, 1993–94, 94–95, 95–96, 96–97 Bradley, Donald C. Jr. ’91, 1987–88 Bradley, James E. ’52, 1950–5l Branscombe, James S. ’28, 1925–26, 26–27, 27–28 Breslin, Fred T. ’54, 1952–53 Breton, Leon J. ’40, 1937–38 Brewer, Robert D. ’66, 1963–64, 64–65, 65–66 Brinkman, Chris D. ’83, 1979–80 Brown, Clayton ’03, 2000–01, 01-02, 02-03 Brown, Francis A. ’43, 1941–42 Brown, Henry M. ’37, 1935–36 Brown, Thomas E. ’82, 1978–79, 79–80 Bruff, Christopher ’07, 2003–04, 04–05, 05–06, 06–07 Bryant, Vernon C. ’26, 1924–25, 25–26 Bunker, Charles T. ’89, 1982–83, 83–84, 84–85, 85–86 Bunton, Walter J. ’26, 1924–25 Buono, Christopher ’98, 1994–95 Burgess, Alan C. ’48, 1945–46, 46–47 Burke, Franklin M. ’37, 1936–37 Burke, Walter H. ’06, 1905–06 Burnatowski, Murphy, 2009-11, 09-10, 10-11 Burns, Gregory J. ’69, 1967–68 Burns, Thomas R. ’75, 1972–73, 73–74, 74–75 Butler, Edward B. ’46, 1945–46 Butterfield, Brian J. ’80, 1975–76 CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC Cahill, Harold D. ’23, 1922–23 Cail, Robert S. ’39, 1937–38 Callinan, William F. ’53, 195l–52 Campbell, Hugh J. Jr. ’69, 1966–67, 67–68, 68–69 Campbell, Joseph L. ’05, 2001-02, 02-03, 03–04, 04–05 Campbell, Philip R. ’64, 1960–61 Campbell, Robert C. ’91, 1987–88 Card, Robert M. ’67, 1966–67 Carle, George W. ’05, 1904–05

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Carlisle, Richard P. ’83, 1979–80, 80–81 Carr, Terrence W. ’68, 1964–65, 65–66, 66–67 Carter, Ray H. ’24, 1923–24 Carville, Linwood L. ’53, 1950–5l, 5l–52, 52–53 Cato, Kilian ‘‘15, 2011-12 Cavalieri, Tory ’04, 2000–01 Cavanaugh, Christian, ’09, 2005–06 Champeon, Wayne S. ’61, 1958–59, 59–60, 60–61 Chandler, Robert L. ’72, 1968–69,69–70 Chappelle, Thomas N. ’62, 1959–60, 60–61, 61–62 Chase, Dean F. ’70, 1966–67 Cheney, Linwood G. ’31, 1929–30 Christie, John W. ’52, 1950–51, 51–52 Churchill, Robert W. ­’53, 1950–51, 51–52, 52–53 Clark, Kenneth E. ’39, 1936–37 Clark, Richard G. ’27, 1926–27 Clarke, Vernal J. ’12, 1908–09, 09–10 Cleaves, Carl S. ’12, 1910–11 Coady, Donald L. ’21, 1920–21 Coleman, Richard A. ’53, 1950–51 Collins, Chris T. ’96, 1992–93, 93–94, 94–95, 95–96 Collins, Richard R. ’59, 1956–57, 57–58, 58–59 Condon, Steven V. ’75, 1973–74, 74–75 Conley, Stephen T. ’77,1972–73, 73–74 Cook, Jordan, ’10, 2006–07, 07-08 Cook, Paul T. ’84, 1980–81, 81–82, 82–83, 83–84 Cooper, S. Thurlow ’57, 1954–55, 55–56, 56–57 Cosseboom, Kenneth S., Jr., ’50, 1946-47 Costigan, Daniel C. ’85, 1982–83, 83–84 Costigan, Sean ‘11, 2007-08 Cote, Ronald R.’73, 1972–73 Coyne, Dudley F. ’58, 1955–56, 56–57, 57–58 Craig, Philip C. ’39, 1938–39 Crandall, Horace C. ’21, 1920–21 Cross, Jeffrey A. ’85, 1980–81, 81–82, 82–83, 83–84 Croom, Jamar E. ’02, 1998–99, 99–00 Crowley, Nathaniel J. ’42, 1940–41, 41–42 Cullinan, Robert V. ’39, 1936–37 Curtis, Benjamin A. Jr. ’44, 1941–42, 42–43, 46–47 Curtis, Philip E. ’40, 1937–38, 38–39, 39–40 Curtis, Theodore S. ’23, 1940–41 Czerapowicz, Daniel P. ’83, 1979–80 DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD Daley, William H. ’30, 1927–28 Dana, John P. ’55, 1952–53, 53–54, 54-55 Dancause, Lucien A. Jr., ’65, 1964–65 Danforth, Frank W. Jr. ’48, 1945–46, 46–47, 47–48 Danforth, Thomas, J. ’75, 1972–73 Daniels, Albert C. Jr. ’55, 1953–54, 54–55 Deemer, Laddie ’63, 1961–62, 62–63 Dennis, Timothy ’94, 1990–91 Densmore, Joel Y. ’62, 1961–62 Dentremont, Arthur E. Sr. ’51, 1950–51 Deschesne, Mark S. ’88, 1986–87, 87–88 DeShon, David E. ’59, 1956–57 Digby, George T. ’40, 1938–39 DiRenzo, Michael J. ’45, 1942–43 Dobbs, Ernest C. ’71, 1968–69 Dobson, Eric ’04, 2002–03, 03–04 Dolloff, Richard C. ’27, 1926–27 Dore, Maurice R. ’60, 1957–58, 58–59, 59–60 Doran, Dana A. ’95, 1991–92 Downes, Laurence M. ’42, 1940–41, 42–42 Drew, Dana E. ’39, 1936–37, 37–38, 38–39 Driscoll, Merwyn R. ’24, 1923–24 Dubois, David P. ’05, 2001–02, 02–03, 03–04, 04–05 Dunham, Scott ’66, 1963–64, 64–65 Dunkley, Julian ’01, 1999–00, 00–01 Durrell, John R. ’27, 1925–26, 26–27 Dye, Clinton L Huggy ’02, 1998–99, 99–00, 00–01 EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Edgecomb, Walter C Jr. ’68, 1966–67 Edwards, Justin ‘15, 2011-12 Eisenhard, John H. ’68, 1966–67, 67–68 Elder, Darren ’96, 1992–93 Emerson, Albert C. ’31, 1928–29 Emery, Francis P. ’08, 1907–08 Epstein, Nathan ’27, 1926–27 Everett, Vaughn B. ’25, 1923–24, 24–25 FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF Faison, Fitzgerald C. ’00, 1996–97, 97–98, 98–99 Farnsworth, William T. ’50, 1948–49 Farrell, Thomas H. ’68, 1965–66, 66–67, 67–68 Farwell, Howard L. ’09, 1908–09 Feeney, William E. ’50, 1948–49 Field, Jeffrey T. ’78, 1976–77 Fitzhugh, Raynor K. ’28, 1927–28 Fitzpatrick, Steven J. ’77, 1974–75, 75–76, 76–77 Flahive, William, J. ’65, 1962–63, 63–64

Flavin, Mark R., ’05, 2001–02, 02–03, 03–04, 04–05 Folsom, Charles G. ’56, 1953–54, 54–55, 55–56 Forester, Thomas W. ’89, 1984–85, 87–88, 88–89 Forrestall, Howard W. ’38, 1937–38 Fox, Nathan J. ’00, 1998–99, 99–00 Fraser, Alasdair ‘14, 2010-11, 11-12 French, Guy C. ’09, 1907–08 French, Robert J. ’42, 1940–41 Furbish, Randall M. ’62, 1959–60 GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG Gallagher, James F. ’27, 1926–27 Gallagher, John J. ’48, 1946–47 Gates, Robert E. ’49, 1947–49 Gavett, Andrew W. III, ’73, 1970–71, 71–72 Gavett, Peter M. ’73, 1970–71, 71–72, 72–73 Gavett, Stephen J. ’79, 1973–74, 74–75, 75–76, 76–77 George, Albert C. ’24, 1923–24 Gerrity, Bruce C. ’76, 1973–74, 74–75 Gillette, Gordon J. ’65, 1963–64, 64–65 Glover, Frederick I. ’49, 1947–48 Godbolt, Wilford Jr. ’82, 1980–81 Goddard, Bertram H. ’50, 1948–49, 49–50 Goddard, Charles W. ’50, 1946–47, 47–48, 48–49, 49–50 Godfrey, Richard E. Jr., ’94, 1989–90, 90–91, 91–92, 92–93 Gomis, Guy O. ’90, 1986–87, 87–88, 89–90 Gordon, John ’99, 1995–96, 96–97 Grass, Kevin D. ’88, 1985–86, 86–87, 87–88, 88–89 Gray, Irving R. ’48, 1946–47 Green, Kevin T. ’84, 1980–81, 81–82, 82–83, 83–84 Greene, Errick, ’02, 2000–01 Guerette, William J. ’86, 1983–84 Gunn, Clarence S. ’82, 1978–79, 80–81, 81–82 Gunnerson, Herbert J. ’31, 1928–29 HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH Hadjisotirov, Ludmil ’05, 2002–03, 03–04 Hale, David F. ’67, 1964–65, 65–66, 66–67 Hamlin, Joseph H. ’38, 1937–38 Hamlin, Tony S. ’74, 1971–72, 72–73, 73–74 Hanmer, Alfred W. Jr. ’26, 1925–26 Hanscom, William A. ’27, 1924–25, 25–26, 26–27 Hanson, Michael E. ’71, 1968–69, 69–70 Hanson, Todd M. ’90, 1986–87, 87–88, 88–89, 89–90 Hanzlik, Robby ‘11, 2007-08 Harknell, R. Ammar ’08, 2004–05, ’05–06 Harnum, David K. ’66, 1963–64 Harnum, Donald J. ’62, 1959–60, 60–61, 61–62 Harriman, Philip A. ’24, 1923–24 Harrington, Patrick B. ’94, 1989–90 Harris, Rufus D. ’83, 1976–77, 77–78, 78–79, 79–80 Hartnett, Tyson ’10, 2006–07 Hayes, Allen S. Jr. ’75, 1972–73, 73–74, 74–75 Haynes, Colin P. ’01, 1997–98, 98–99, 99–00, 00–01 Haynes, William H. ’73, 1970–71 Hebert, Hector A. ’30, 1928–29 Hedtler, Mark A. ’86, 1981–82, 83–84, 84–85 Henderson, Leroy W. ’48, 1945–46 Henry, Richard A. ’86, 1983–84, 84–85, 85–86 Higgins, Harrison P. ’09, 1905–06 Higgins, Martin A. ’93, 1988–89, 89–90, 90–91, 91–92 Higgins, Scott A. ’79, 1975–76 Hight, Jason ’09, 2004–05, ’05–06, 07-08 Hill, Thomas ’04, 2002–03 Hillman, Daniel R. ’93, 1989–90, 90–91, 91–92, 92–93 Hillman, Richard W. ’74, 1971–72 Hodge, Derrick F. ’92, 1988–89, 89–90, 90–91, 91–92 Hollman, Curt J. ’88, 1985–86, 86–87 Holmes, Jeffrey H. ’88, 1985–86, 86–87, 87–88 Holmes, Melvin J. ’23, 1921–22, 22–23 Hopkins, Alton M. ’50, 1947–48, 48–49, 49–50 Horsman, Louis C. ’24, 1921–22, 22–23, 23–24 Hoxie, Harvey H. ’06, 1905–06 Hubbard, Chester W. ’69, 1967–68, 68-69 Hume, Robert S ’60, 1957–58 Hunt, Terrence A. ’97, 1992–93, 94–95, 95–96, 96–97 Huntington, George K. ’05, 1904–05 Hursey, Deonte L. ’94, 1990–91, 91–92, 92–93, 93–94 Hussey, Eugene R. ’43, 1940–41, 41–42, 42–43 Hussey, James W. ’50, 1949–50 Huston, Sterling W. ’57, 1954–55, 55–56 Hutson, Bruce J. ’73, 1970–71 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ingalls, John M. ’62, 1958–59, 59–60, 60–61 JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ Jackson, Benjamin D. ’03, 1999–00 Jackson, Derrick ’02, 2000–01, 01–02, 02–03 Jackson, Stuart W. ’58, 1955–56 James, Bryan ’99, 1996–97


Maine Men’s Basketball ∞ 2012-13 Media Guide Jewett, Ralph J. ’51, 1948–49, 50–51 Johnson, Joseph H. ’83, 1979–80 Johnson, Mark V. ’72, 1969–70, 70–71 Johnson, Roland C. ’27, 1924–25 Johnston, Frederick J. ’40, 1939–40 Johnston, Gary R. ’63, 1960–61 Jones, Edward ’97, 1990–91, 91–92, 92–93, 93–94 Jones, James W. ’74, 1970–71 Jones, N. Ramone ’97, 1993–94, 94–95, 95–96, 96–97 Jones, Robert A. ’57, 1954–55, 55–56, 56–57 Jowett, John N. ’23, 1922–23 Joyce, John G. ’79, 1977–78, 78–79 Judkins, Eshburn O. ’23, 1920–21, 22–23 KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK Kamen, Archie E. ’28, 1925–26, 26–27 Keaney, Stephen A. ’90, 1988–89 Kearson, Rossie B. ’93, 1990–91, 91–92, 92–93 Keeling, Christopher ’96, 1993–94, 94–95, 95–96 Keith, Jesse, ’09, 2005–06, 06–07 Kelley, John L. ’49, 1948–49 Kelley, Raymond J. ’57, 1951–52 Kelly, Lionel D. ’52, 1950–51 Kelsey, Craig E. ’86, 1980–81, 81–82 Kelsey, Donald L. Jr. ’51, 1948–49 Kenney, Howard M. ’40, 1939–40 Kent, Milton, F. ’30, 1927–28 Kerry, Shelton, ’97, 1988–89, 89–90 Kilpatrick, Donald M. Jr. ’42, 1941–42 Kinard, Keith ’91, 1987–88 Klein, James A. ’78, 1976–77, 77–78 Kohtala, Edwin A. ’81, 1977–78 Koris, Frank J. ’45, 1942–43 Kosiba, Michael J. ’70, 1967–68 Kostacopoulos, Peter ’57, 1954–55, 55–56, 56–57 Kulhawy, Kevin J. ’79, 1975–76 LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Lake, Malcolm, L. ’26, 1923–24, 24–25, 25–26 Lane, Steven C. ’73, 1970–71, 71–72 Lapham, Roger E. ’79, 1975–76, 76–77, 77–78, 78–79 LaPlante, Michael M. ’89, 1985–86, 86–87, 87–88, 88–89 Leach, Beryl L. ’50, 1949–50 Leadbetter, Frederick, W. ’63, 1960–61, 61–62 Leadbetter, W. Thomas, ’58, 1956–57 Ledbetter, Alan F. ’99, 1995–96, 96–97, 97–98, 98–99 Lee, Carroll R. ’71, 1968–69 Leet, John B. ’51, 1949–50 Leger, Eugene ’42, 1939–40, 40–41, 41–42 Leonard, Peter T. ’78, 1974–75 Libby, John R. ’85, 1981–82 Libby, Richard S. ’57, 1955–56, 56–57 Liebert, Andrew J. ’93, 1989–90 Lincoln, Frank L. ’25, 1924–25 Livesey, William ’62, 1959–60 Logan, Greg B. ’96, 1994–95, 1995–96 Long, Don ’97, 1995–96, 96–97 Lord, Dwight E. ’38, 1936–37, 37–38 Loveley, Eugene H. ’56, 1950–51 Lynch, Paul R. ’50, 1948–49 MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MacDonald, Robert S. ’48, 1946–47 MacKinnon, Bruce W. ’66, 1963–64, 64–65 MacPhee, Leonard R. ’62, 1959–60, 60–61, 61–62 Mahaney, Keith C. ’57, 1952–53, 53–54, 56–57 Mahaney, Larry K. ’51, 1948–49, 49–50, 50–51 Markwood, Christopher ’05, 2003–04, 04–05 Marseille, Fritz ’94, 1991–92, 92–93 Marshall, Linnell ’99, 1998–99 Marshall, Robert C. ’11, 1907–08, 08–09, 09–10 Martin, Wilfred ’60, 1957–58 Mason, Myron S. ’27, 1923–24 Matheas, Frederico W. ’07, 1904–05 Mayo, William J. ’70, 1969–70 McAllian, Jon ‘13, 2011-12 McCann, Frank W. ’30, 1928–29 McClaire, Gregory R. ’94, 1990–91 McCormick, Francis ’50, 1948–49 McCurdy, Neal F. ’64, 1961–62 McCrystle, John D. ’22, 1921–22 McGonagle, John W. ’64, 1963–64 McGuire, Michael J. ’69, 1967–68, 68–69 McKeen, Richard D. ’43, 1940–41, 41–42, 42–43 McLaughlin, Robert P. Jr. ’79, 1976–77, 77–78, 78–79 McLemore, Gerald ‘12, 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 McNally, Sean ‘11, 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 McNelly, Dale ’68, 1965–66 Meeks, Frederick H. ’99, 1997–98, 98–99 Mena, Sal ’94, 1990–91 Mercer, James P. ’81, 1978–79, 79–80, 80–81 Merrell, James R. ’11, 1910–11 Millett, Elwood D. ’39, 1936–37, 37–38, 38–39 Mitchell, Terrance ‘11, 2009-10, 10-11 Moore, Arthur S. ’10, 1909–10 Moore, Matt ’96, 1994–95, 95–96

Morgan, Cyrus L. ’51, 1949–50 Morin, Robert A. ’61. 1958–59, 59–60 Morrill, George F. ’45, 1945–46 Morrison, John P. ’76 1971–72, 72–73 Morrison, Roy H. ’09, 1905–06 Morrison, William B. ’81, 1976–77, 77–78 Mortimer, Robert T. ’55, 1953–54 Morton, Fred C. ’08, 1906–07, 07–08 Mullen, Shane ’92, 1990–91 Murray, Thomas A. Jr. ’47, 1945–46 NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN Nash, Joshua ’00, 1996–97 Nason, Fred W. ’11, 1910–11 Nelson, Kevin L. ’79, 1975–76, 76–77, 77–78, 78–79 Ness, Norman R. Jr. ’1963–64 Newell, Harry S. ’28, 1921–22, 22–23, 23–24 Nickerson, Clifton S. ’43, 1940–41 Nisenbaum, Michael J. ’80, 1979–80, 80–81, 81–82 Nixon, Robert E. ’54, 1951–52, 52–53, 53–54 Norrris, John J. ’54, 1951–52, 52–53 Noyes, Lauriston F. ’22, 1921–22 Nutter, Robert W. ’44, 1942–43 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O’Donnell, George E. ’48, 1945–46, 46–47, 47–48 Olsson, Albert H. ’26, 1924–25, 25–26 Orino, James J. ’54, 1951–52 Osgood, Lowell H. ’50, 1948–49, 49–50 Owen, George S. ’06, 1904–05, 05–06 Owens, Thomas W. Jr. ’1936–37 Owes, Kaimondre ‘09, 2007-08 PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP Packard, George V. ’31, 1928–29 Parady, Bernard B. ’53, 1951–52 Parker, Albert M. ’28, 1927–28 Peasley, Harold M. ’50, 1947–48, 48–49 Peay, Malachi ‘11, 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 Pelletier, Steven W. ’74, 1970–71, 71–72, 73–73, 73–74 Petkus, Freddy ’06, 2001–02, 02–03, 03–04, 05–06 Philbrick, Alan ’54, 1952–53, 53–54 Pickering, Clayton F. ’84, 1981–82, 82–83 Polese, Michael F. ’56, 1953–54, 54–55, 55–56 Pollard, Xavier ‘15, 20111-12 Pomeroy, Robert B. ’84, 1984–85 Poplawsky, Michael M. ’76, 1972–73, 73–74, 74–75 Pratt, Bertis L. Jr. ’43, 1940–41, 41–42, 42–43 Presnell, Donald F. ’44, 1941–42, 42–43, 46–47 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Quint, Lloyd F. ’43, 1940–41, 41–42, 42–43 RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR Rand, David M. ’58, 1956–57 Randall, A. Craig ’72, 1969–70 Randlette, Howard H. ’23, 1922–23 Redmond, William L. ’44, 1942–43 Reed, Kevin ’07, 2002–03, 03–04, 04–05, 06–07 Reilly, Daniel G. ’77, 1973–74, 74–75, 75–76, 76–77 Reynolds, William ’96, 1995–96 Rheinlander, Harold F. ’41, 1940–41 Rich, Robert P. Jr., ’53, 1951–52 Richards, Keith ’01, 1997–98 Richards, Roger H. ’65, 1962–63 Ridlon, Emory F. ’29, 1928–29 Riley, Andre ’04, 2000–01 Rioux, Laurent J. ’71, 1968–69 Roberts, Edwin L. III, ’74, 1971–72, 72–73 Roberts, Malcolm W. ’40, 1939–40 Robertson, Curtis W. ’91, 1987–88, 88–89, 89–90, 90–91 Robertson, Robert A. ’63, 1960–61, 61–62 Rogers, Andrew ‘12, 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 Rogers, Philip N. ’38, 1936–37, 37–38 Rossignol, Matthew A. ’89, 1985–86, 86–87, 87–88, 88–89 Rowe, Justin A. ’03, 2001–02, 02–03 Russell, Wallace C. ’78, 1973–74, 75–76, 76–77, 77–78 SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS St. Laurent, Jeffrey R. ’93, 1992–93 St. Onge, Walter J. ’07, 1904–05 Saunders, Joseph G. ’54, 1953–54 Scales, Dominique ’07, 2005–06 Scales, James G. ’10, 1905–06, 06–07, 07–08, 09–10 Scales, Nelson, N. ’11, 1907–08, 08–09, 09–10, 10–11 Schiner, Lawrence R. ’61, 1958–59, 59–60, 60–61 Schmidt, Mark ’97, 1993–94 Seavey, Thomas N. ’58, 1953–54, 56–57, 57–58 Sheets, Jonathan ’07, 2005–06, 06–07 Sims, John L. Jr. ’86, 1982–83 Sinclair, Lawrence E. ’53, 1952–53 Singleton, Raheem ‘12, 2010-11, 11-12 Small, Parker W. ’42, 1939–40, 40–41, 41–42 Smart, Michael D. ’76, 1975–76 Smith, Daniel W. ’90, 1986–87, 87–88 Smith, David B. ’68, 1965–66, 66–67, 67–68

Smith, Dean J. ’89, 1986–87, 87–88, 88–89, 89–90 Smith, Franklin P. Jr. ’57, 1954–55, 55–56, 56–57 Smith, Reginald ’97, 1993–94, 94–95 Smith, Steven O. ’87, 1984–85 Smith, Winslow B. ’38, 1936–37 Socoby, Mark ’10, 2006–07, 07-08 Soderberg, Frederic A. ’25, 1924–25 Solari, Robert L. ’59, 1957–58 Soucy, Brett ’95, 1993–94, 94–95 Spear, Jasper A. ’42, 1940–41 Speed, Gary R. ’82, 1977–78, 78–79, 79–80, 80–81 Spreng, George W. Jr. ’66, 1963–64 Spurling, Terrance X. ’60, 1957–58, 58–59 Stanley, Dennis P. ’71, 1968–69 Stanley, Edward C. ’39, 1937–38, 38–39 Stearns, Roger A. ’41, 1940–41 Stenberg, Nancy Kolls ’83, 1979–80, 80–81 Stephenson, James B. Jr. ’69, 1966–67, 67–68, 68–69 Sterling, John W. ’73, 1969–70, 70–71, 71–72 Stevens, Brian L. ’87, 1983–84 Stevens, James E. ’61, 1959–60 Stickney, Charles C. Jr. ’44, 1942–43 Stickney, Robert L. ’64, 1962–63 Stinson, Bruce G. ’73, 1969–70, 70–71, 71–72 Stobie, John W. ’10, 1906–07 Stone, Charles P. ’28, 1927–28 Strang, Garland E. ’66, 1963–64, 64–65, 65–66 Stroud, John C. ’56, 1954–55 Stuart, George A. ’08, 1904–05, 05–06, 06–07, 07–08 Sturgeon, Donald T. ’61, 1958–59, 59–60, 60–61 Sturgeon, Jeffrey W. ’89, 1980–81, 81–82, 82–83, 83–84 Sturgeon, Richard H. ’60, 1957–58, 58–59, 59–60 Sumpter, Bruce ’83, 1979–80 Sundquist, Alan M. ’91, 1988–89, 89–90, 90–91 Susi, Dominick F. II ’72, 1969–70, 70–71, 71–72 Susi, Michael S. ’79, 1976–77 Svendsen, David E. ’65, 1962–63, 63–64, 64–65 Sylvester, Fred A. ’30, 1928–29 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Tapley, Frank M. ’38, 1936–37 Taylor, Todd R. ’89, 1984–85, 85–86, 86–87, 87–88 Tchekane Bofia, Philippe ’09, 2005–06, 06–07, 07-08 Terrell, Kevin J. ’94, 1990–91, 91–92, 92–93 Thibodeau, Corey P. ’00, 1996–97, 97–98, 98–99, 99–00 Thomas, Angelo ’99, 1995–96, 96–97 Thombs, Jeremy A. ’99, 1997–98, 98–99 Thompson, Dana ’37, 1936–37 Thompson, Rahsaan ’98, 1994–95, 95–96, 96–96, 97–98 Thurlow, Frederick ’49, 1948–49 Thurston, Guy L. ’29, 1926–27 Tibbetts, Todd ’02, 1997–98, 99–00, 00–01, 01–02 Tilton, Bryan ’95, 1989–90 Todd, Marshall A. ’70, 1968–69, 69–70 Topliff, Jeffrey J. ’85, 1981–82, 82–83, 83–84, 84–85 Torrey, John A. ’72, 1965–66 Totman, Arnold W. ’07, 1906–07 Towns, Sameul E. ’82, 1978–79 Tracy, Samuel E. Jr. ’41, 1938–39, 39–40, 40–41 Trafton, Blaine E. ’55, 1950–51 Trumbull, Charles A. ’60, 1958–59 Turner, Ernest, ’06, 2004–05, 05–06 Turner, Henry P. ’22, 1921–22 Turner, Rashard, ’07, 2005–06 UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU Uhrin, Jay ‘11, 2007-08 VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV Vachon, Raymond F. ’61, 1957–58 Vanidestine, Dennis W. ’64, 1962–63, 63–64 Vickery, Russell M. ’70, 1967–68, 68–69 WWWWWWWWWWWWWW Wadsworth, Francis G. ’09, 1906–07, 07–08, 08-09 Wallingford, Jonathan A. ’05, 2001–02, 02–03, 03–04 Ward, Lowell E. ’43, 1940–41 Ward, William H. ’39, 1938–39 Warner, Robert H. ’76, 1972–73, 73–74, 74–75, 75–76 Warren, Arthur R. ’63, 1961–62, 62–63 Wass, Lester L. ’28, 1927–28 Waterman, Thomas N. ’02, 1999–00, 00–01 Waugh, Lewis A. Jr. ’78, 1975–76 Webber, William C. Jr. ’38, 1936–37, 37–38 Wells, William C. ’31, 1928–29 Wheeler, Jeffrey H. ’85, 1981–82, 82–83, 83–84, 84–85 White, Leon G. Jr. ’44, 1941–42, 42–43, 43–44, 46–47 White, Rickey ’03, 2000–01, 01–02, 02–03 Whitney, Clifton E. ’40, 1939–40 Whitten, M. Harvard ’41, 1938–39, 39–40 Wholey, Paul R. ’78, 1975–76 Wilkenson, Robert F. ’62, 1959–60 Williamson, Jamal ’91, 1990–91 Wills, Marcus A. ’99, 1997–98, 98–99 Wilson, Charles H. Jr. ’40, 1937–38, 38–39, 39–40 Wilson, William S. ’48, 1945–46

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