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Gardner-Webb has several notable wins over major conference opposition at the Division I level, including its well publicized victory at 20th-ranked Kentucky in 2007. Major Conference Wins Since 2000 Nov. 29, 2001 – Boiling Springs, N.C. GWU 57, Colorado State 56 (Mountain West) Nov. 23, 2004 – Boiling Springs, N.C. GWU 90, East Carolina 60 (C-USA) Nov. 22, 2005 – Greenville,N.C. GWU 77, East Carolina 72 (C-USA) Nov. 28, 2005 – Minneapolis, Minn. GWU 73, Minnesota 72 (Big 10) Nov. 7, 2007 – Lexington, Ky. GWU 84, No. 20 Kentucky 68 (SEC) Nov. 12, 2010 – Charlotte, N.C. GWU 78, Charlotte 70 (A-10)

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ESPN’s Dick Vitale and Dan Shuman (left) prepare for Gardner-Webb’s game vs. Oklahoma at the 2007 2K Sports Classic at Madison Square Garden. ESPN’s Doris Burke (below) interviews Grayson Flittner after practice in Madison Square Garden in 2007.


Gardner-Webb annually has some of the Big South Conference’s brightest student-athletes on its roster. Aaron Linn (right) was an ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America choice in 2009, and won the league’s Christenberry Award for academic excellence.


INSIDE Table of Contents

This Is Gardner-Webb Basketball .............................................................1 ....1 .. 12 Table Of Contents ................................................................................ ...13 2012-2013 Schedule ................................................................................................13 ...14 Media Outlets .........................................................................................................14 ...15 Media Information ..................................................................................................15 ...16 The University .........................................................................................................16 ...18 Dr. A. Frank Bonner, President ...............................................................................18 ...19 Chuck Burch, V.P. for Athletics ...............................................................................19 ...20 About GWU..............................................................................................................20 ...24 The Coaches ............................................................................................................24 ...26 Head Coach Chris Holtmann ...................................................................................26 ...30 Assistant Coach Jay McAuley .................................................................................30 ...31 Assistant Coach Mike Netti ....................................................................................31 ...32 Assistant Coach Takayo Siddle ...............................................................................32 ...33 Director of Basketball Operations Paul Hemrick ....................................................33 ...33 Video Coordinator Jay Royster ................................................................................33 ...34 Men’s Basketball Athletic Trainer Jon Mitchell ......................................................34 ...34 Director of Athletic Performance Quadrian Banks .................................................34 ...36 2012-2013 Prospectus ............................................................................................36 ...37 Quick Facts .............................................................................................................37 ...39 Preseason Poll / All-Conference Team ..................................................................39 Alphabetical Roster ................................................................................................. 40 Numerical Roster ..................................................................................................... 40 ...41 TV / Radio Chart ....................................................................................................41 .. 42 PLAYERS ............................................................................................ Donta Harper ........................................................................................................... 44 ...46 Tyler Strange ..........................................................................................................46 ...48 Tashan Newsome ....................................................................................................48 Logan Stumpf .......................................................................................................... 50 ...52 Naji Hibbert ............................................................................................................52 Max Landis .............................................................................................................. 54 ...56 Isaiah Ivey ...............................................................................................................56 Jarvis Davis ............................................................................................................. 58 Onzie Branch ........................................................................................................... 60 ...62 Kevin Hartley ..........................................................................................................62 Adam Sweeney ........................................................................................................ 64 ...66 Corey Hensley .........................................................................................................66 ...68 Jerome Hill ..............................................................................................................68 ...70 Mike Byron..............................................................................................................70 ...72 Season In Review ....................................................................................................72 ...74 Cumulative Season Statistics .................................................................................74 ...75 Results ....................................................................................................................75 ...76 Conference Only Statistics .....................................................................................76 ...77 Comparison Statistics ............................................................................................77 ...78 Game Box Scores (32 boxes, four per page)...........................................................78 ...86 GWU Men’s Basketball History ..............................................................................86 ...88 Individual/Team Records.......................................................................................88 ...89 Men’s Basketball Hall of Famers ............................................................................89 Year-by-Year Results................................................................................................ 90 ...96 Bulldogs In Pro Basketball .....................................................................................96 over GWU Basketball All-Americans ........................................ Inside Back Cover CREDITS: This guide was written, designed and edited by the Gardner-Webb Department of Sports Information, directed by Marc Rabb. Cover Design, Graphics and Layout: Marc Rabb. Action Photography: Big South Photos, Tim Cowie (GWUPhotos.com), David Coyle ica (Team Coyle Photography), Bob Carey, Willis Glasgow (WG Sports Photos), Jessica Jones, Kate Gazaway, Ashley Carter, Big South Conference, GWU Staff.

On The Cover: Seniors Kevin Hartley (left) and Tashan Newsome (right) are poised to lead the Runnin’ Bulldogs in 2012-2013.

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SCHEDULE

2012-2013 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date

Opp Opponent pp

Location

Time

Date

Opponent

Location

11/9

Nor North Carolina

Chapel Hill, N.C.

7:00 PM

1/19

RADFORD *

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

11/10 COV COVENANT

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:30 PM

1/23

Winthrop *

Rock Hill, S.C.

7:00 PM

11/14 LIP LIPSCOMB

Boiling Springs, N.C.

6:00 PM

1/30

Charleston So. *

Charleston, S.C.

7:30 PM

11/15

DeP DePaul #

Chicago, Ill.

8:30 PM

2/2

LONGWOOD *

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

11/17

Iow Iowa #

Iowa City, Iowa

8:00 PM

2/6

Presbyterian *

Clinton, S.C.

7:00 PM

11/20

How Howard #

Cancun, Mexico

4:00 PM

2/9

LIBERTY *

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

11/21

Austin Peay/W. Carolina # Cancun, Mexico Aust

4:00 PM

2/13

UNC Asheville *

Asheville, N.C.

7:00 PM

11/25

Illin Illinois

Champaign, Ill.

4:00 PM

2/16

Coastal Carolina *

Conway, S.C.

7:00 PM

12/3

UVA UVA-WISE

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

2/19

WINTHROP *

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

12/5

Wof Wofford

Spartanburg, S.C.

7:00 PM

2/23

ESPNU Bracketbusters

Away / TBA

12/8

TEN TENNESSEE TECH

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

2/27

CHARLESTON SO. *

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

12/15 THE CITADEL

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

3/2

PRESBYTERIAN *

Boiling Springs, N.C.

4:30 PM

12/18

Greenville, N.C.

7:00 PM

3/5

Big South Tournament

Conway, S.C.

TBA

12/22 SPA SPALDING

Boiling Springs, N.C.

4:00 PM

3/6

Big South Tournament

Conway, S.C.

TBA

1/5

Cam Campbell *

Buies Creek, N.C.

3:30 PM

3/7

Big South Tournament

Conway, S.C.

TBA

1/9

UNC ASHEVILLE *

Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

3/8

Big South Tournament

Conway, S.C.

TBA

1/12

High Point *

High Point, N.C.

7:00 PM

HOME GAMES IN BOLD/ALL CAPS

1/16

COASTAL CAROLINA * Boiling Springs, N.C.

7:00 PM

* Denotes Big South Game

Eas East Carolina

Time

TBA

# 2012 Cancun Challenge Tournament

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WIRE SERVICES The Associated Press Phone: (800) 662-7075 Fax: (919) 834-1078 Email: apraleigh@ap.org; LOCAL/REGIONAL PRINT MEDIA The Shelby Star Phone: (704) 484-7000 Fax: (704) 484-0805 Email: alanford@shelbystar.com; cleonard@shelbystar.com The Forest City Courier Phone: Fax: Email: mclark@thedigitalcourier.com sbowers@thedigitalcourier.com The Charlotte Observer Phone: (704) 358-5125 (sports desk) Fax: (704) 358-5110 Email: obsports@charlotteobserver.com; dscott@charlotteobserver.com The Asheville Citizen-Times Phone: (800) 800-4204 Fax: (828) 251-0585 Email: scoreboard@citizen-times.com The Gaston Gazette Phone: (704) 864-3291 Fax: (704) 867-5751 Email: rwalker@gastongazette.com The Lincolnton Times-News Phone: (704) 735-3031 Fax: (704) 735-3996 Email: sports@ltnews.com

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The Spartanburg (S.C.) Herald-Journal Phone: (800) 476-1025 ext. 7241 Fax: (864) 594-6234 Email: sports@shj.com The Cherokee (S.C.) Chronicle Phone: (864)488-1016 Fax: (864) 488-1443 Email: tommy@thecherokeechronicle.com The Gaffney (S.C.) Ledger Phone: (864) 489-1131 Fax: (864) 487-7667 Email: larry@gaffneyledger.com The Rock Hill (S.C.) Herald Phone: (803) 329-4034 Fax: (803) 329-4021 Email: sports@heraldonline.com The Greenville (S.C.) News Phone: (864) 298-4239 Fax: (864) 298-4395 Email: sports@greenvillenews.com The Winston-Salem Journal Phone: (336) 727-7321 Fax: (336) 727-4083 Email: sports@wsjournal.com tbowman@wsjournal.com The Columbia (S.C.) State Phone: (803) 771-8470 Fax: (803) 771-8613 Email: sports@thestate.com The Hendersonville Times-News Phone: (828) 692-0505 Fax: (828) 692-2319 Email: sports@hendersonvillenews.com

LOCAL/REGIONAL T.V. WBTV (CBS) Charlotte, N.C. Phone: (704) 374-3713 Fax: (704) 374-3818 Email: dlittle@wbtv.com nwimberly@wbtv.com WCNC-TV (NBC) Charlotte, N.C. Phone: (704) 329-3665 Fax: (704) 357-4975 Email: gbailey@wcnc.com htowe@wcnc.com WSOC-TV (ABC) Charlotte, N.C. Phone: (704) 335-4746 Fax: (704) 335-4736 Email: rob.paul@wsoc.com NEWS 14 CAROLINA Charlotte, N.C. Phone: (704) 973-5792 Fax: (704) 731-2760 Email: mike.solarte@news14.com WCCB-TV (FOX 18) Charlotte, N.C. Phone: (704) 632-7551 Fax: (704) 358-4841 Email: bsnyder@foxcharlotte.com kbartik@foxcharlotte.com


CREDENTIALS Media in need of credentials should submit a request by Monday of game week, to allow the media relations staff time to mail passes to your location. If a late request becomes necessary, passes will be left at media will call. Season credentials are also available for media who cover the Runnin’ Bulldogs regularly. Please contact Marc Rabb, (704) 406-4355 or via email at mrabb@gardner-webb.edu for more information.

GWUSPORTS.COM Gardner-Webb’s official website, GWUSports.com, will remain a major supplement to media members throughout the 2011 season. In addition to traditional bios and rosters, PDF versions of weekly game notes, game box scores and cumulative season statistics will also be available. Game notes will also be printed and available for media in the press box for both home and away games.

RADIO Each visiting team is allowed one official radio station. The visitiing radio location in Paul Porter Arena is equipped with both POTS and ethernet capabilities, as well as wireless internet access. No charge will be incurred by visiting broadcast crews. Touch-screen stat monitors are also available throughout the game. Game programs and stat updates will also be distributed.

PRESS ROOM Gardner-Webb’s Athletic Media Relations office will serve as a press room during home games in Paul Porter Arena. The offices are located across the hall from the east end of the floor in the north corner of the building’s bottom level. Soda and water will always be available for media members, with pizza also regularly served prior to games.

INTERNET ACCESS The Paul Porter Arena press row is equipped for wireless internet access. Visitors are asked to updated antivirus software before arriving.

MEDIA GUIDE Gardner-Webb’s media guide will be available in both flash and PDF formats online at GWUSports.com. A hard copy of coach or student-athlete bios, or an updated record book, can be printed for members of the media upon request.

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS Postgame interviews are traditionally done outside the home locker room or on the arena floor. All media must observe the NCAA-mandated, 10-minute cool off period. The Gardner-Webb locker room is closed, but Coach Chris Holtmann and student-athletes will be made available. Please check with the visiting sports information staff regarding postgame interviews of visiting coaches and/or student-athletes. INTERVIEWS DURING THE WEEK Media in need of interviews during the week should contact the media relations office at least one day prior to the interview date to make a request. The staff will attempt to set up a time that best suits both the media member and the student-athlete or coach and their respective schedules.

BIG SOUTH NETWORK All Gardner-Webb home games will be broadcast live on the Big South Network (bigsouthsports.com), the video streaming service of the Big South Conference. Single game or season packages are available for purchase during the 2012-2013 season. All league road games will also air on the network. SOCIAL MEDIA Ryan Bridges, Gardner-Webb’s Director of New Media, provides updates for all GWU teams and events via a wide range of social media platforms – including Facebook and Twitter.

MARC RABB Assistant A.D. for Media Relations Men’s Basketball Contact (704) 406-4355 (o) (704) 974-3662 (c) mrabb@gardner-webb.edu

KEVIN DAVIS Director of Sports Information (704) 406-3523 (o) (704) 974-9095 (c) kldavis@gardner-webb.edu

RYAN BRIDGES Director of New Media (704) 406-3981 (o) rbridge1@gardner-webb.edu

SAXON SIMPSON Graduate Assistant (704) 406-3981 (o) ssimpson@gardner-webb.edu

Website - GWUSports.com Twitter - @GWUSports YouTube - GWUAthletics Facebook - GWUSports

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DR. A. FRANK BONNER Dr. A. Frank Bonner, in his eighth year as the president of Gardner-Webb University, took office on May 2, 2005, and was inaugurated on April 6, 2006. Bonner is no stranger to Gardner-Webb, having been a part of the University family since 1987. In 1987, Bonner came to Gardner-Webb as Vice President for Academic Affairs. His role later evolved into Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, and then Provost and Senior Vice President. He was named President in May 2005 and took office on July 1. Bonner has been heavily involved in accreditation work through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), serving on 31 accreditation committees, including 22 as committee chair. He has also chaired four NCAA Division I Recertification visiting committees. Bonner currently serves on the Board of the SACS Commission on Colleges; he is Vice President of the Big South Conference, Vice Chair/Chair Elect of the International Association of Baptist Colleges and Universities, and a member of the Executive Committee of the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities. While at Gardner-Webb, Bonner has remained active in civic affairs, currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Boy Scouts of America Piedmont Council. He is a past chair of the Cleveland County Chamber, a Rotary past President, a previous Paul Harris Fellow, and he has been a board member for numerous organizations. He is a member of First Baptist Church, Shelby, where he teaches Sunday School and serves as a Deacon. After twenty-two years in the United States Army Reserve, Bonner retired at the rank of Colonel. A native of Greenville, S.C., Bonner graduated from Furman University in 1969. Coincidentally, his major professor was Dr. Phil L. Elliott, son of the legendary president of Gardner-Webb from 1943 until 1961, Phillip Lovin Elliott. After Furman, Bonner earned the M.A. from the University of Georgia in 1971, and the Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1977. His specialty is Victorian literature, primarily the poetry of Alfred Tennyson, and eighteenth-century British literature, with a special interest in Jonathan Swift.

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In 1974, Bonner began his academic career as a faculty member at Anderson University in Anderson, South Carolina. He was particularly active in civic life in Anderson, most notably as chairman of the Board of Trustees for Anderson County School District Five. Bonner was assigned various administrative responsibilities at Anderson and, immediately prior to coming to Gardner-Webb, was Associate Dean for Special Programs. Bonner is married to Florence Dell (Flossie) Black of Chester, South Carolina, also a Furman graduate. She is a retired high school mathematics teacher. They have two daughters, Alison Bonner Dalton of Charlotte, North Carolina, and Florence Bonner Crawford of Fort Myers, Florida. The Bonners have several grandchildren.


CHUCK BURCH Gardner-Webb alumnus Chuck Burch is in his 16th year as Vice President for Athletics and his 29th year in athletics administration. The Charlotte, N.C., native spearheaded the Bulldogs move into Division I athletics, which resulted in Gardner-Webb’s addition to the Big South Conference as an associate member for football in 2001, and GWU’s move to the Big South as a full member – which became official on July 1, 2008. Burch oversees all athletic operations at Gardner-Webb, including management and supervision of athletic programs, facilities and budgets. During his career at GWU, Burch has overseen across-the-board improvements in athletics facilities and the addition of five new sports since arriving in 1997. A sixth sport, men’s swimming, was added in 2007-08. Burch is also responsible for continued improvements in the quality and quantity of Gardner-Webb’s athletics staff – with a number of full-time positions created to assist and enhance the entire department. GWU athletics has seen a steady increase in academic performance since Burch’s arrival, and the department has posted a combined GPA above 3.0 in each of the last five academic years. In 2009-2010, Gardner-Webb posted its highest finish in the annual Big South Conference Sasser Cup, taking No. 4 in the final standings of the all-sports race. The women’s basketball team captured its first Big South Tournament title, advancing to the first round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament. Two other teams – women’s soccer and baseball – advanced to the league tournament title game in their respective seasons as well. Gardner-Webb’s final year in the Atlantic Sun Conference was fruitful, with several notable wins and the usual high number of strong academic performances by the Bulldogs’ student-athletes. GWU enjoyed its most successful athletics year as a Division

I member in 2006-07. Gardner-Webb won its first Atlantic Sun Conference Academic Championship, unseating Belmont University for the title. The Bulldogs also finished third in the men’s and women’s combined sports standings – a very impressive effort in the race for the inaugural Bill Bibb Trophy. Gardner-Webb’s men’s soccer team captured the imagination of fans across Cleveland County during its run to the 2006 A-Sun Championship and NCAA Tournament second round. National qualifiers in Track & Field, swimming and wrestling highlighted competitive success for the Bulldogs in 2006-2007. Burch, a graduate of Independence (N.C.) High in Charlotte, and former member of Gardner-Webb’s football and tennis teams, spent 1991-1997 as Director of Athletics at Liberty (Va.) University, and was instrumental in a successful and well run department in Lynchburg as well. He also served Liberty as Associate Director of Athletics (1988-1990), Assistant Director of Athletics (1984-1988), Sports Information Director (1986-1988) and Assistant Director of Sports Information (1982-1984). After graduating from Gardner-Webb in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in Social Science, Burch, 54, earned his master’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 1982. His wife, Franki, holds a Ph.D. in Health Education from the University of Virginia, and is Associate Provost for Professional and Graduate Studies at Gardner-Webb. The couple has three children, Travis; Danielle, a 2012 graduate of Brevard College; and Amy, a freshman soccer player at High Point University.

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ABOUT GARDNER-WEBB

Location: GWU, a private Christian University, is located 50 miles west of Charlotte in the Piedmont area of Western North Carolina. Main campus of 250 acres is located in Boiling Springs, NC. Enrollment: Approximately 4,700 students, including the day program, graduate studies, and the GOAL program (Greater Opportunities for Adult Learners). 68% female, 32% male. Geographic distribution: 37 states, 21 foreign countries.

Faculty: 147 full-time, 79% with Ph. D. or equivalent. Faculty to student ratio is 1:13. Curriculum: A total of 5 professional schools, 2 academic schools, and 11 academic departments offer nearly 60 undergraduate and graduate major fields of study. Approximately 33% of students major in the business field, 30% in social sciences, and 17% in nursing.

Athletics: NCAA Division I; member of the Big-South Conference. History Highlights: Founded in 1905 as Boiling Springs High School; became Boiling Springs Junior College in 1928; renamed Gardner-Webb College in 1942 in honor of Governor O. Max Gardner and his wife Fay Webb Gardner; became a university in 1993; hosted 1996 U.S. Olympic Trials- Cycling; completed $34 million capital campaign in 1998; reclassification to NCAA Division I athletics in 2000; added first doctoral program (Doctor of Ministry) in 2001. Gardner-Webb celebrated 100 years of educational service in 2005. President: Dr.A. Frank Bonner (July 1, 2005 - Present) Did You Know?: ✦ Gardner-Webb University has once again been ranked as one of the “Best Universities” in the South that offer “a full range of undergraduate and master’s programs” in the 2011 edition of “America’s Best Colleges” from U.S. News and World Report. ✦ Gardner-Webb was selected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for its prestigious Community Engagement Classification, recognizing the University’s institutionalized commitment to service. GWU is one of only 311 institutions nationwide to have earned the distinction. ✦ Gardner-Webb was one of only 528 universities and colleges nationwide to be named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll (for the fourth consecutive year). ✦ Gardner-Webb was selected in 2011 by the White House for the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge. GWU is one of just over 300 schools to participate in this yearlong community service initiative. ✦ Gardner-Webb’s core curriculum ranks in the nation’s top two percent for quality and breadth, according to the 2011-2012 What Will They Learn? study by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA). ✦ Gardner-Webb was awarded the North American Mission Board’s (NAMB) Courts Redford Award for 2010, which recognizes the nation’s top 10 universities for mobilizing student missionaries through NAMB. ✦The Big South Conference honored Gardner-Webb’s Carrie Long (women’s track and field) with the prestigious George A. Christenberry Award for Academic Excellence in 2011. ✦ Summer Hess, a 2006 honors graduate from Gardner-Webb (English major), was named a prestigious 2010-11 Fulbright Scholar. Hess is the first GWU graduate to receive this award. ✦ Gardner-Webb Women’s basketball won the Big South Conference Championship in 2011, earning the University’s first ever berth in the NCAA Division I Women’s Championship tournament.

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Accountancy (BS) American Sign Language (BA) American Sign Language with Teacher Licensure (BA) Art (BA) Art (BFA) Art Education (BA) Athletic Training (BS) Biblical Studies (BA) Biology (BS) Business Administration (BS) Chemistry (BS) Church Music (BM) Communication Studies (BA) Composition (BA) Computer Information Systems (BS) Computer Science (BS) Discipleship Studies (BA) Economics/Finance (BS) Elementary Education (BS) Elective Studies in Music Business (BM) English (BA) English as a Second Language with Teacher Licensure English with Teacher Licensure (BA) Environmental Science (BS) Exercise Science (BS) French (BA) French with Teacher Licensure (BA) Global Studies (BA) History (BA) History with Teacher Licensure (BA) International Business Administration (BS) Journalism (BA) Mathematics (BS) Mathematics Education (BS) Marketing (BS) Middle Grades Education (BS) Missiology (BA) Music (BA) Music Education (BM) Nursing (ADN) Nursing (BSN) Performance (BM)

Philosophy and Theology (BA) Physical Education/Health Education with Teacher Licensure (BS) Political Science (BA) Psychology (BS) Social Science (BA) Social Science with Teacher Licensure (BA) Sociology (BA) Spanish (BA) Spanish with Teacher Licensure (BA) Sport Management (BS) Theatre Arts (BA) World Religions (BA) Youth Discipleship Studies (BA)

GRADUATE SCHOOL

Master of Arts in Elementary Education (MA) Master of Arts in English (MA) Master of Arts in English Education (MA) Master of Arts in Executive Leadership Studies (MA) Master of Arts/Educational Specialist in Mental Health Counseling (MA/Ed.S) Master of Arts in Middle Grades Education (MA) Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Master of Arts in School Counseling (MA) Master of Arts in Sport Science and Pedagogy (MA) Master of Arts in Religion (MA) Post Master’s Nursing Certificate Programs

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Master of Business Administration (MBA) Master of Accountancy (MAcc) International MBA (IMBA) Business Foundation Certificate MBA PLUS Certificate

SCHOOL OF DIVINITY

Master of Divinity in Biblical Studies (M.Div) Master of Divinity in Christian Education and Formation (M.Div)

Master of Divinity in Intercultural Studies (M.Div) Master of Divinity in Missiology (M.Div) Master of Divinity in Pastoral Care and Counseling (M.Div)

Master of Divinity in Pastoral Studies (M.Div) Dual Degree Programs Available Master of Divinity/Master of Business Administration (M.Div/MBA) Master of Divinity/Master of Arts in English (M.Div/MA) Master of Divinity/Master of Arts in English Education (M.Div/MA)

Master of Divinity/Master of Arts/Ed.S. in Mental Health (M.Div/MA/Ed.S.) Master of Divinity/Master of Arts in Religion (M.Div/MA)

G.O.A.L PROGRAMS Bachelor of Bachelor of Bachelor of Bachelor of Bachelor of

Science in Accounting Science in Business Administration Science in Criminal Justice Science in Healthcare Management Science in Human Services

Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems

Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies

DOCTORAL DEGREES

Doctor of Education (Ed.D) Doctor of Ministry (D.Min) Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

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Gardner-Webb head coach Chris Holtmann has quickly established himself as the right choice to lead the Runnin’ Bulldogs, entering his third season at the helm. A strong tactician and recruiter, his tremendous leadership and enthusiasm has injected energy and toughness into a tradition-rich program. Last season, GardnerWebb again played one of the toughest non-conference slates in the nation among mid-majors, and battled hard in each of those contests – holding halftime leads at Butler and Wake Forest - and playing tough against a brutal stretch of opponents. Holtmann’s squad was sturdy again at home, forging a 9-4 mark in Paul Porter Arena. During his two seasons at the helm, Holtmann has seen the Runnin’ Bulldogs post 15 wins at home, taking advantage of a very enthusiastic home court advantage. In his first season, Holtmann directed the Runnin’ Bulldogs to a strong 6-4 start against a tough early season schedule – including a 78-70 win at Atlantic 10 member Charlotte in the season opener. Gardner-Webb finished with an 11-21 overall mark, but advanced to the league’s postseason tournament for the first time since 2008-2009. The record is somewhat deceiving, however, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs were highly competitive – losing eight games by three points or less, including five of those in Big South Conference play. Holtmann, 40, returned to Gardner-Webb after spending two seasons as the lead assistant at Ohio University. In that role, he was instrumental in helping the Bobcats win the 2010 MidAmerican Conference Tournament in March and to an upset of No. 3 seed Georgetown in the opening round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament. That win was the first in the NCAA Tournament for Ohio since 1983.

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Holtmann is the fifth head coach in the 42-year senior college history of Gardner-Webb men’s basketball. The time to take over a program of his own arrived after years of hard work for Holtmann. He has served for 12 seasons as a coach in the college ranks, developing a strong reputation as an excellent tactician – particularly on the defensive end of the floor – and a relentless recruiter. During his last 10 seasons on the bench, Holtmann has been a part of five conference championships. During Holtmann’s time at Ohio, he was a key figure in securing the top recruiting classes in the Mid-American Conference in each of his seasons with the school according to ESPN.com, including 2010 MAC Freshman of the Year D.J. Cooper. In 2009-2010, Ohio led the Mid-American Conference in scoring offense (74.7 ppg) and also led the league in assist/turnover ratio and defensive rebounding – two statistical categories Holtmann places extreme importance in. Holtmann is no stranger to Gardner-Webb basketball. He spent five seasons as an assistant at GWU from 2003-2008, and was the program’s Associate Head Coach in four of those seasons, proving to be a major asset in some of the program’s most notable basketball moments. Under Holtmann’s guidance, the Runnin’ Bulldogs experienced a strong defensive surge, leading the Atlantic Sun Conference in threepoint field goal defense in 2007-08 and ranking second in overall field


goal defense in 2007-08 and 2004-05. During his time on the bench in Boiling Springs, Gardner-Webb pulled off memorable upsets of East Carolina (2004, 2005), Minnesota (2005) and No. 20 Kentucky (2007), and captured the Atlantic Sun Conference’s regular season crown in 2004-05. GWU also advanced to the league’s title game that season, going 18-12 against a difficult regular season schedule. Holtmann’s recruiting efforts helped produce some of the most notable talent for Gardner-Webb in the Division I era, including a pair of recruiting classes ranked in the national top-100 by Hoop Scoop. The most recent of those top-100 classes included 2008 AllAmerican and Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Year Thomas Sanders. During Sanders’ senior season, the Sugarland, Texas, native averaged 18.0 points, 10.8 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game, finishing third nationally with 20 double-doubles on the season. Sanders was the first GWU player to average a season double-double since Stan Easterling in 1998. Holtmann also recruited 2009 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America guard Aaron Linn and 2008 Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year Nate Blank to Boiling Springs. Tim Jennings, another dynamic guard recruited by Holtmann, was the Atlantic Sun Conference Defensive Player of the Year in both 2004-05 and 2005-06 and is playing professionally in South America. Jennings was a key cog in teams that combined to win 35 games in two seasons (2004-2006).

Prior to his first action in Boiling Springs, Holtmann worked under his mentor, Coach Paul Patterson, as top assistant and recruiting coordinator at Taylor University – his alma mater. The Trojans won consecutive conference titles and won at least 25 games in each of Holtmann’s final two seasons on the bench. Those teams finished ranked eighth and 13th in the NAIA national polls, respectively. Holtmann spent the 1997-98 season as a graduate assistant at Taylor – his first coaching position – before spending one season as a full-time assistant at Geneva (Pa.) College. The Nicholasville, Ky., native was an NAIA All-America selection at guard under Coach Patterson in 1994, leading Taylor to a 29-5 record, a No. 1 national ranking and a spot in the NAIA National Tournament. Holtmann spent his high school days starring on the hardwood at Jessamine County (Ky.) High. He earned a degree in psychology from Taylor in 1994 and a Master’s in athletic administration from Ball State in 2000. He and his wife, the former Lori Bedi, have one daughter, Nora Jane, born May 19, 2010.

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WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT HOLTMANN HEAD COACHES JOHN GROCE, HEAD COACH, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS “Gardner-Webb has hired an exceptional coach but an even better person. He understands what it takes to build a successful basketball program and winning culture – both on and off the court. The Ohio basketball family is very excited for Chris and his family to have such a special opportunity.” PAUL PATTERSON, HEAD COACH, TAYLOR UNIVERSITY (NAIA HALL OF FAMER) “I am excited for both Chris Holtmann and Gardner-Webb University. Chris is a bright, energetic, tireless worker who has been a high achiever his entire career. I would expect to see the same from him in his leadership at GardnerWebb. His teams will be hard working, well prepared , and hard to play against every night. This is a good day for Gardner-Webb University.” BRAD STEVENS, HEAD COACH, BUTLER UNIVERSITY “Chris is a great person and coach. His experience, both in coaching and at Gardner-Webb, will help the program flourish under his direction.”

NATIONAL MEDIA JEFF GOODMAN, CBS SPORTS SENIOR BASKETBALL WRITER “Chris Holtmann is one of the rising young coaches in the game today. He’s a guy who just flat-out gets it. He has a tremendous work ethic, connects with his players, can recruit and also knows the game. There just aren’t a lot of guys in the business who have that type of versatility. Just look at the success Gardner-Webb had when he was on staff - and then check out what Ohio University did this past season. It’s no coincidence that Chris has been an integral part of both situations.” DAVE TELEP, NATIONAL RECRUITING DIRECTOR, ESPN “I think Gardner-Webb caught Chris on the way up. He’s a grinder who knows his way around our state and has always done a good job with his evaluations. They don’t get after it much harder than Chris Holtmann.”

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Jay McAuley enters his third season as an assistant coach with the Runnin’ Bulldogs men’s basketball program, and has a proven track record of success as an assistant in the Division I ranks. McAuley joined the GWU family after spending the previous two seasons at nearby Wofford College. In his two seasons with the Terriers, McAuley helped the squad to the its two most successful years at the Division I level – which included 42 wins, the 2010 Southern Conference regular season and tournament titles and a near upset of Wisconsin in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Prior to joining the Wofford staff in 2008, McAuley spent one season as a graduate manager at the University of Georgia, handling film exchange, video editing and scouting report preparation. The Marietta, Ga., native played four seasons for the Bulldogs in Athens as a walk-on, earning his roster spot through open tryouts. As a junior, he saw action in 17 games with starts against Auburn and Clemson. McAuley was named co-captain as a senior. McAuley earned a bachelor’s degree in business education from Georgia in 2006 and a master’s degree in physical education in 2008. He was a four-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll as a student-athlete. He and his wife, Sallie, were married on August 4, 2012. The couple resides in Boiling Springs, N.C.

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Mike Netti enters his third season on Chris Holtmann’s staff at GardnerWebb, but will be in his eighth season overall with the program. During that time he has developed a strong reputation as a high-energy member of the staff – both on the floor and the recruiting trail. Netti rejoined the Gardner-Webb program in 2010 after serving for two years as head coach at Lackawanna (Pa.) College in the junior college ranks. He directed Lackawanna to 43 wins in his two seasons as head coach, including a 25-7 mark in 2008-09.

Two of his players with the Falcons went on to earn NJCAA Division II All-America honors and one went on to sign with a Big East Conference program. The Liverpool, N.Y., native spent four seasons as an assistant at Gardner-Webb – from 2002-2006 – helping the Runnin’ Bulldogs to two of the best years at the Division I level. He was on the bench for the squad’s 2004-2005 Atlantic Sun Conference regular season title and saw the ‘Dogs win 35 games between 2004-2006, including a pair of wins over East Carolina and an upset of Minnesota. He was instrumental in the development of two-time Atlantic Sun Conference Defensive Player of the Year Tim Jennings and a pair of recruiting classes that were ranked No. 1 in the league by Hoop Scoop. Netti is a 2002 graduate of Syracuse University. Netti played basketball at Division III Alvernia College in Reading, Pa., where he was a two-time varsity Letterwinner. In 2000, Alvernia won the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference title and a berth in the NCAA Division III National Tournament. During his time at Alvernia, Netti was also the team’s representative on the NCAA StudentAthlete Advisory Committee.

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Takayo Siddle enters his third season as an assistant coach with the GardnerWebb men’s basketball program. Siddle joined the staff in 2010 after spending one season as an assistant coach with the postgraduate team at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatam, Va. – historically one of the most successful prep school programs in the nation. Serving under Hargrave head coach and current University of Louisville assistat coach Kevin Keatts last season, Siddle helped the Tigers to another extremely successful campaign that saw 12 players sign NCAA Division I scholarships – including five who will play in either the ACC, SEC, Big East or Big Ten next season as freshmen. Siddle is no stranger to Boiling Springs, N.C., having played four seasons with the Runnin’ Bulldogs before graduating in 2009. As a freshman, Siddle was a key part of teams that upset Minnesota and East Carolina on the road and that took defending national champion North Carolina to the final buzzer. As a junior, Siddle helped Gardner-Webb upset No. 20 Kentucky in Rupp Arena and advance to the final four of the 2007 2K Sports College Hoops Classic in Madison Square Garden. Siddle played in 32 games that season, averaging 5.5 points for a team that won 16 games. The Eden, N.C., native started all 30 games for the Runnin’ Bulldogs as a sophomore, averaging a career-best 8.6 points per game and dishing off 104 assists. He played in 21 games as a freshman, and finished his career with 114 games played in four

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seasons. Siddle’s brightest moment in Boiling Springs came in a 95-90, double overtime win vs. Liberty in Paul Porter Arena – when he scored 12 of his career-high 18 points in the two overtime periods to key the victory. Siddle hit a three with 10.0 seconds remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime, then scored a four points in a five-second flurry at the end of the first overtime to force a final five minutes of play. Two of those game-saving points came on a 17-foot leaner after a stolen inbounds pass with just one second on the clock. Siddle played one postgraduate season at Hargrave Military Academy under Coach Keatts before beginning his playing career at Gardner-Webb and was part of a very successful N.C. Gaters AAU program during his prep career.


PAUL HEMRICK

JAY ROYSTER

Director of Operations

Video Coordinator

Paul Hemrick is in his second season as Director of Basketball Operations at Gardner-Webb and has a hand in several areas of importance for the Runnin’ Bulldogs. Hemrick will spearhead daily operations and other duties as assigned by the head coach, as well as organizing and supervising the team’s staff of managers. The John’s Creek, Ga., native came to Boiling Springs after spending the two seasons as head varsity men’s basketball coach at Westminster Christian Academy in Watkinsville, Ga. He directed the squad to a 17-8 record in his first season, improving the previous season’s win total by eight games. He directed the Lions to a pair of state tournament appearances and had five players named All-Region in two seasons. Hemrick spent four seasons as a student manager at the University of Georgia from 2005-2009, coordinating film exchange in addition to responsibilities for equipment and filming. Hemrick graduated from Georgia in May, 2009, with a B.A. in Business Administration-Management and a B.S. in EducationSports Management.

Jay Royster is in his first season with the Gardner-Webb men’s basketball support staff, joining Chris Holtmann’s program in that role after spending two seasons as a student-athlete with the Runnin’ Bulldogs. Royster will assist the coaching staff in several areas, with an emphasis on video The Shelby, N.C., native served as a backup point guard during his two years with the team, playing in 22 games. He dished off nine assists in nine games played last season and was often inserted into games as a key defensive replacement. Royster graduated from Gardner-Webb University in 2012 with a degree in Political Science and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in the Godbold School of Business at Gardner-Webb. He was a standout point guard at nearby Shelby (N.C.) High, helping the Golden Lions to a 29-2 record and the Class 2A State Championship as a senior. He dished off 132 assists that season and shot 73 percent from the charity stripe. Royster helped Shelby to a combined 55 wins over his final two seasons at point guard.

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JON MITCHELL Men’s Basketball Athletic Trainer

Jon Mitchell is in his 13th season as an athletic trainer at GardnerWebb University and remains in his role as primary contact for men’s basketball – and as Athletic Training Service Director. In addition to his duties with athletic training, Mitchell also handles the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ travel arrangements and logistical planning for road trips. Mitchell will also teach within the department's major. He is directly responsible for overseeing athletic insurance and coordinating inventory and purchasing for the athletic training program. Mitchell returned to Gardner-Webb in 2000 after a two-year stint as the head athletic trainer at Newberry College in Newberry, S.C. Mitchell earned his bachelor of science degree from Mars Hill (N.C.) College in 1996 and came to Gardner-Webb University as a graduate assistant athletic trainer the following semester. In addition to working with several sports in Boiling Springs, Mitchell successfully completed work on his Master’s Degree in 1998 and accepted the head trainers position at Newberry. As an undergraduate at Mars Hill, Mitchell was a member of the college’s cross-country team. He and his wife, Stephanie, reside in Shelby with their two sons, P.J. and C.J.

QUADRIAN BANKS Director of Athletic Performance

Quadrian Banks is in his second season at Gardner-Webb University as the Director of Athletic Performance for the Runnin’ Bulldogs. In his role, Banks coordinates and oversees the Strength & Conditioning needs for Gardner-Webb athletics, with specific focus on football, men’s and women’s basketball. The Dallas, Texas, native has a great deal of experience with NCAA Division I student-athletes in his field, having served on strength staffs at the University of Mississippi, Richmond University, Hampton University and Prairie View A&M.

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He spent two seasons on the strength staff at Ole Miss before coming to Gardner-Webb. In 2008, Banks was part of a strength & conditioning staff that helped develop Richmond into a national championship program – as the Spiders finished with a 9-3 record and defeated Montana 24-7 to win the 2008 NCAA Division I FCS National Championship, just the second ever by a private school. He spent the 2007 season as Assistant Director of Athletic Performance at Hampton University, where he assisted in the development of third-round NFL Draft pick Kendall Langford and two more NFL free agent signees. Banks joined the Pirates’ staff after spending two years as the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at Prairie View A&M. The Dallas, Texas, native also spent time on the college level as a student assistant with the Strength & Conditioning program at the University of Texas, working primarily with the football and basketball programs. His experience is not limited to the college arena, as Banks also worked in the private sector of the business, gaining valuable experience with Train 4 The Game and Velocity Sports Performance. Banks graduated from the University of Texas in 2003 with a B.S. in kinesiology, health promotion and fitness and earned a M.Ed. in health and physical education from Prairie View A&M in 2005. He graduated from Garland Christian Academy before heading to Austin, Texas, for college.


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PRESEASON QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Name of School: . . . . . . . City/Zip: . . . . . . . . . . . Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . Nickname/Mascot: . . . . . School Colors: . . . . . . . . Arena (Capacity): . . . . . . Conference: . . . . . . . . . Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . President: . . . . . . . . . . Director of Athletics: . . . . Athletics Phone: . . . . . . . Ticket Office Phone: . . . . . Athletics Website: . . . . . . Athletics Twitter Feed:. . . . Athletics Facebook Page: . . Athletics YouTube Channel: .

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Holtmann (Taylor ‘94) Record At GWU: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-41 (3rd Season) Career Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-41 (3rd Season) Men’s Basketball Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (704) 406-4348 Best Time Of Day To Reach Holtmann: . . . . . . . . . . . . . Contact SID Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jay McAuley (Georgia ‘06) Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Netti (Syracuse ‘02) Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . .Takayo Siddle (Gardner-Webb ‘09) Director of Basketball Operations: . . . . . . Paul Hemrick (Georgia ‘09) Athletic Training Contact: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Mitchell ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Assistant A.D. / Men’s Basketball Contact: Marc Rabb Office Phone: (704) 406-4355 Cell Phone: (704) 974-3662 Email: mrabb@gardner-webb.edu Director of Sports Information: Kevin Davis Office Phone: (704) 406-3523 Cell Phone: (704) 974-9095 Email: kldavis@gardner-webb.edu Director of New Media: Ryan Bridges Office Phone: (704) 406-3981 Cell Phone: (704) 472-7072 Email: rbridge1@gardner-webb.edu Graduate Assistant: Saxon Simpson Office Phone: (704) 406-3981 Email: ssimpson@gardner-webb.edu Media Relations Fax: (704) 406-4739 Radio Play-by-Play: Fabian Fuentes Email: gwusports@gardner-webb.edu Media Relations Mailing Address: 110 S. Main Street Boiling Springs, NC 28017

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TEAM INFORMATION 2011-2012 Overall Record:. . . . . . . . . 2011-2012 Big South Conference Record: . Starters Returning / Lost:. . . . . . . . . Letterwinners Returning / Lost: . . . . .

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RETURNING STARTERS G Tashan Newsome 6-3 210 RSr.-1L Albany, N.Y. (12.3 points, 7.0 rebounds, 1.6 assists per game) G Max Landis 6-2 175 So.-1L Indianapolis, Ind. (9.5 points, 1.5 assists, 1.2 rebounds per game) PG Tyler Strange 5-9 180 So.-1L Leominster, Mass. (4.3 points, 2.9 assists, 1.9 rebounds per game) C Mike Byron 6-10 245 Jr.-2L San Antonio, Texas (5.6 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.1 blocks per game) F Kevin Hartley 6-6 235 Sr.-1L Klein, Texas (5.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, 1.0 assists per game) NEWCOMERS F Onzie Branch 6-6 215 Jr.-JC Cloud County CC Honorable mention All-Region selection in 2012 PG Jarvis Davis 6-0 180 RSo.-TR UCF Sat out last season, three years of eligibility beginning in 12-13 G Isaiah Ivey 6-2 190 Fr.-HS Scott County (Ky.) HS All-State selection ... Bluegrass State’s No. 3 senior prospect. G Logan Stumpf 6-6 190 Fr.-HS Cedar Cliff (Pa.) HS All-Area in 2012 ... 11.9 ppg as a senior G Adam Sweeney 6-1 180 Fr.-RS Madison (Ohio) HS Walk-on who joined the team in July, 2012 F Jerome Hill 6-5 210 Fr.-HS Cook County (Ga.) HS Class 2A All-State ... 23.0 ppg as a senior G Naji Hibbert 6-5 190 Sr.-TR Texas A&M Former DeMatha Catholic standout will sit out in 2012-2013


PRESEASON POLL AND ALL-BIG SOUTH TEAM 2012-13 BIG SOUTH MEN’S BASKETBALL PRESEASON POLL

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136

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103

4. Liberty

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98

5. Radford

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57

6. Longwood

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49

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9

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157

2. Coastal Carolina (8)

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147

3. UNC Asheville (5)

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130

4. Winthrop

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6. Presbyterian

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1. Charleston Southern (16)

2012-13 BIG SOUTH PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM

First Team Pos. Name . . . . . . . . . F Stan Okoye . . . . . . . G Darren White . . . . . . G Anthony Raffa. . . . . . G Trey Freeman . . . . . . G Saah Nimley . . . . . .

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PRESEASON PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Stan Okoye, Forward, VMI

Poll and team voted on by selected media members and the league’s head coaches only.

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER # 23 54 15 0 24 33 5 34 11 10 3 2 4 30

Name Onzie Branch Mike Byron Jarvis Davis Donta Harper Kevin Hartley Corey Hensley Naji Hibbert * Jerome Hill Isaiah Ivey Max Landis Tashan Newsome Tyler Strange Logan Stumpf Adam Sweeney

Pos. Ht. W 6-6 C 6-10 G 6-0 W 6-6 F 6-6 F 6-8 G 6-5 F 6-5 G 6-2 G 6-2 G 6-3 G 5-9 G 6-6 G 5-10

Wt. Yr.-Exp. 215 Jr.-JC 245 Jr.-2L 180 RSo.-TR 185 So.-1L 235 Sr.-1L 220 So.-1L 190 Sr.-TR 210 Fr.-HS 190 Fr.-HS 175 So.-1L 200 RSr.-1L 175 So.-1L 185 Fr.-HS 180 Fr.-RS

Hometown Topeka, Kan. San Antonio, Texas Columbia, S.C. Winterville, N.C. Klein, Texas Candler, N.C. Baltimore, Md. Adel, Ga. Georgetown, Ky. Indianapolis, Ind. Albany, N.Y. Leominster, Mass. Harrisburg, Pa. Madison, Ohio

Previous School Cloud County CC Churchill UCF South Central Collin College Hargrave Military Acad. Texas A&M Cook County HS Scott County HS Perry Meridian Mississippi Valley State Notre Dame Prep Cedar Cliff HS Madison HS

Wt. Yr.-Exp. 185 So.-1L 175 So.-1L 200 RSr.-1L 185 Fr.-HS 190 Sr.-TR 175 So.-1L 190 Fr.-HS 180 RSo.-TR 215 Jr.-JC 235 Sr.-1L 180 Fr.-RS 220 So.-1L 210 Fr.-HS 245 Jr.-2L

Hometown Winterville, N.C. Leominster, Mass. Albany, N.Y. Harrisburg, Pa. Baltimore, Md. Indianapolis, Ind. Georgetown, Ky. Columbia, S.C. Topeka, Kan. Klein, Texas Madison, Ohio Candler, N.C. Adel, Ga. San Antonio, Texas

Previous School South Central Notre Dame Prep Mississippi Valley State Cedar Cliff HS Texas A&M Perry Meridian Scott County HS UCF Cloud County CC Collin College Madison HS Hargrave Military Acad. Cook County HS Churchill

NUMERICAL ROSTER # 0 2 3 4 5 10 11 15 23 24 30 33 34 54

Name Donta Harper Tyler Strange Tashan Newsome Logan Stumpf Naji Hibbert * Max Landis Isaiah Ivey Jarvis Davis Onzie Branch Kevin Hartley Adam Sweeney Corey Hensley Jerome Hill Mike Byron

Pos. Ht. W 6-6 G 5-9 G 6-3 G 6-6 G 6-5 G 6-2 G 6-2 G 6-0 W 6-6 F 6-6 G 5-10 F 6-8 F 6-5 C 6-10

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RADIO / TV ROSTER

#0 Donta Harper 6-6 • 185 • So. • G Winterville, N.C.

#2 Tyler Strange 5-9 • 175 • So. • G Leominster, Mass.

#10 Max Landis 6-2 • 175 • So • G Indianapolis, Ind.

#11 Isaiah Ivey 6-2 • 190 • Fr. • G Georgetown, Ky.

#30 Adam Sweeney 5-10 • 180 • RFr. • G Madison, Ohio

#33 Corey Hensley 6-8 • 220 • So. • F Candler, N.C.

#3 Tashan Newsome 6-3 • 200 • RSr. • G Albany, N.Y.

#15 Jarvis Davis 6-0 • 180 • RSo. • G Columbia, S.C.

#34 Jerome Hill 6-5 • 210 • Fr. • F Adel, Ga.

#4 Logan Stumpf 6-6 • 185 • Fr. • G Harrisburg, Pa.

#23 Onzie Branch 6-6 • 215 • Jr. • F Topeka, Kan.

#54 Mike Byron 6-10 • 245 • Jr. • C San Antonio, Texas

#5 Naji Hibbert 6-5 • 190 • Sr. • G Baltimore, Md.

#24 Kevin Hartley 6-6 • 235 • Sr. • F Klein, Texas

Chris Holtmann Head Coach • 3rd Year

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DONTA HARPER CAREER STATS Year 2011-12 TOTAL

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GP 32 32

GS 2 2

Min 458 458

Avg 14.3 14.3

FG 66 66

FGA 124 124

Pct .532 .532

FG 0 0

FGA 8 8

Pct .000 .000

FT FTA Pct Off 35 59 .593 31 35 59 .593 31

Def Tot 43 74 43 74

Avg 2.3 2.3

PF 53 53

FO 1 1

Ast 22 22

TO 50 50

Blk 6 6

Stl 25 25

Pts 167 167

Avg 5. 5.2


Long, athletic wing who came into his own late last season … Has the potential to be one of the team’s most effective players … Very versatile and efficient offensive game … One of seven players returning who have starting experience with the Runnin’ Bulldogs … Range and athleticism should allow for outstanding production on the defensive end. 2011-2012 at Gardner-Webb: Played in all 32 games as a true freshman … Averaged 5.2 points, 2.3 rebounds, 0.8 steals and 0.7 assists per game … Led regulars with a .532 field goal percentage … Notched double figures scoring five times, including three times in the final six games of the season … Made starts at Campbell (1/14) and at Liberty (2/2) … Scored a careerhigh 14 points twice … Made 6-of-7 shots and pulled down four rebounds to score 14 in a home win over VMI (2/11) … Made 6-of-11 shots for 14 points in the regular season finale vs. Presbyterian (2/25) … Had 11 points in a win over Delaware State (2/18) … Scored 12 points in a home win over South Carolina State (12/10) … Scored 10 points in only 13 minutes vs. Lees-McRae (11/16) … Pulled down a career-high six rebounds at Charleston Southern (2/14) … Made at least 50 percent of his field goals in 21 games … Knocked down 5-of-6 free throws vs. Delaware State … Posted a career-high five assists vs. Alice Lloyd (12/6) … Had three steals in a win over High Point (1/7) … Scored nine points in a win over Charleston Southern (1/10).

6-6 • 185 • Sophomore-1L Guard • Winterville, N.C. South Central HS

High School: Played at South Central Pitt (N.C.) High under Coach Chris Cherry ... One of the top forwards in the Tar Heel State as a senior ... Named North Carolina Class 3A State Player of the Year by NCPreps.com ... Named first-team All-State (all classifications) by the same organization ... Selected to play in the prestigious Jordan Brand Regional All-Star Classic in Bobcats Arena ... Also played in the North Carolina East-West Game in Greensboro ... Averaged 16.8 points, 8.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game to lead South Central to a runner-up finish in the Class 3A State Championship Game ... Scored 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in the title bout, to earn East Region MVP honors ... Named Area Player of the Year by the Greenville Daily Reflector as a junior and senior ... Averaged 18.4 points, 6.3 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game as a junior ... Rated as one of the top-100 small forwards in the nation by ESPN.com ... Rated as the No. 3 small forward in North Carolina ... Chose Gardner-Webb over Western Carolina ... Also drew heavy recruiting interest from Mississippi State, Clemson, Georgia and Georgia Tech.

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TYLER STRANGE CAREER STATS Year 2011-12 TOTAL

46 46

GP 30 30

GS 12 12

Min 618 618

Avg 20.6 20.6

FG 44 44

FGA 123 123

Pct .358 .358

FG 20 20

FGA 66 66

Pct .303 .303

FT FTA Pct Off 20 37 .541 7 20 37 .541 7

Def Tot 51 58 51 58

Avg 1.9 1.9

PF 53 53

FO 0 0

Ast 87 87

TO 53 53

Blk 1 1

Stl 37 37

Pts 128 128

Avg 4.3 4.3


Tough, team leader at the lead guard spot … Poised to start again in the backcourt as a true sophomore … Overcomes lack of ideal size with focus and tenacity … Outstanding floor general who has shown a knack for getting his team into its offense effectively … Has good vision and is a strong passer on the break and in half court situations … One of the team’s best perimeter defenders. 2011-2012 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 30 games and earned 12 starts at point guard … Started seven of the season’s final eight games … Averaged 4.3 points, a team-high 2.9 assists and 1.2 steals per game … Pulled down 1.9 rebounds per game … Led the team in steals … Scored in double figures four times … Had a career-high 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting at Campbell (1/14) … Scored 11 points vs. Radford (2/9) and at UNC Asheville (2/23) … Dished off a season-high 10 assists and scored nine points at Winthrop (1/19) … Netted 12 points in only 16 minutes vs. Lees-McRae (11/16) … Had five or more assists in six games … Gardner-Webb was 3-1 when he dished off at least seven assists … Had at least three steals in five games … Pulled down a career-high six rebounds at UNC Asheville … Shot 30.3 percent from three-point range on the season (20-of-37), but was 13-of-33 in league play (39.4 percent) … Averaged 3.0 assists per game in Big South games.

5-9 • 175 • Sophomore-1L Guard • Leominster, Mass. Notre Dame Prep

High School: Played at national prep school power Notre Dame (Mass.) Prep in Fitchburg under Coach Ryan Hurd … A two-year starter on a team loaded with high-major Division I talent … Played in one of the toughest prep school leagues in the country ... One of seven Notre Dame players to sign with NCAA Division I programs in 2011 … Rated the No. 16 senior prospect in Massachusetts by ESPN.com … Started career at Leominster (Mass.) High, where he averaged 16.1 points per game as a sophomore … Earned first-team All-Star honors from the Worcester Telegram & Gazette as a sophomore.

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48 48

GP 29 29

GS 27 27

Min 777 777

Avg 26.8 26.8

FG 123 123

FGA 304 304

Pct .405 .405

FG 11 11

FGA 57 57

Pct .193 .193

FT FTA Pct Off 100 140 .714 63 100 140 .714 63

Def Tot 141 204 141 204

Avg 7.0 7.0

PF 64 64

FO 4 4

Ast 47 47

TO 46 46

Blk 7 7

Stl 23 23

Pts 357 357

Avg 12.3 12.3


Preseason All-Big South Conference selection … One of the league’s most physical, explosive players … Tough, strong competitor who has the ability to take over games offensively … Outstanding rebounder and passer … Shooting touch has improved from the perimeter … Enters senior season in excellent physical condition and is poised for a tremendous season … Size and strength creates matchup problems for opposing guards. 2011-2012 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 29 games and made 27 starts … Paced Gardner-Webb in both scoring and rebounding, averaging 12.3 points and 7.0 boards per game … Upped those averages to 14.0 points and 7.7 rebounds per game in Big South play … Made five game-winning buckets on the season, including four in league games … Also averaged 1.6 assists, 0.8 steals and 0.2 blocks per game … Made 80 free throws in just 18 league games, shooting at a 72.1 percent clip … Led team with 100 free throw makes overall in 140 attempts (71.4 percent) … Netted double figure scoring totals in 21 of the season’s final 23 games … Scored a career-high 33 points at UNC Asheville (2/23), the most points in a single game by a Gardner-Webb player since the move to Division I in 2000 … Made 12-of-17 free throws in that game, and knocked down all three of his three-point attempts … Added nine rebounds, two assists and a block in that game … Had 24 points and nine rebounds in a tight game at Wake Forest (12/18) … Scored 21 points in a game three times … Had 21 points and 11 rebounds at Coastal Carolina (1/12) … Had 21 points and four boards at Liberty (2/2) … 6-3 • 200 • RS Senior-1L Had 21 points, nine rebounds and three steals in the first round of the Advance Guard • Albany, N.Y. Auto Parts Big South Conference Tournament at High Point (2/27) … Had 19 points, including the game-winning basket, at Radford (12/31) … Scored just Mississippi Valley State nine points vs. Winthrop (12/3), but knocked in the game winner in a tight contest Colonie HS … Also made game-winning buckets vs. Chattanooga (11/27), High Point (1/7) and Charleston Southern (1/10) … Had 13 points and 13 rebounds in a win vs. VMI (2/11) … Netted 13 points and 15 rebounds vs. Coastal Carolina (1/28) … Had 12 rebounds vs. South Carolina State (12/10) … Pulled down 10 rebounds vs. UNC Asheville (12/1) … Had at least eight rebounds in 14 different games … Dished off a season-high four assists twice, vs. South Carolina State and Coastal Carolina … Had three doubledoubles on the season, all in league play and twice against Coastal Carolina … Averaged 17.0 points and 13 rebounds in two games vs. the Chanticleers. 2010-2011 at Gardner-Webb: Redshirted after transferring in August from Mississippi Valley State. 2009-2010 at Mississippi Valley State: Played in eight games for the Delta Devils as a sophomore before transferring … Averaged 9.1 points, 4.1 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.4 steals per game … Scored 14 points at Washington State (11/14) … Netted 17 points in final game played at Arkansas (12/5). 2009-2009 at Mississippi Valley State: Saw action in 31 games as a freshman … Averaged 6.9 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game … Averaged 20.3 minutes per game … Scored 11 points at Oklahoma (11/17) … Scored a career-high 22 points at Creighton (12/2) … Averaged 14.5 points per game in two appearances vs. Alabama State … Had 10 games with at least 10 points. High School: Starred at Colonie (N.Y.) High under Coach Doug Kilmer … Averaged 18.7 points, 5.2 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game as a senior … A second-team All-Area selection by the Troy Record … Played for the powerful Albany City Rocks AAU program under Coach Antwan Morrison … Recruited by several major programs, including Villanova, St. John’s, Virginia Tech, Virginia Commonwealth and George Mason.

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Sharp-shooting guard with outstanding size … Length and athleticism should allow for a smooth transition to the college game … Capable of playing either the two guard or wing forward position … Will be a solid contributor for the Runnin’ Bulldogs as his career progresses … Was one of the top senior prospects in Central Pennsylvania as a senior. High School: Played at Cedar Cliff (Pa.) High under Coach Jim Rowe … Helped team to a 19-4 record as a senior … Named to the 2012 Patriot News Big 15 All-Area Basketball Team following the season … Averaged 11.9 points per game … Scored a season-high 23 points in the District 3-AAAA championship game … Had 19 points twice on the season … Reached double figures scoring 15 times … Averaged 10.5 points and made 43 three-point baskets as a junior … Shot 38 percent from long range and a strong 84 percent from the free throw line … Led team to a 23-6 record and a conference title … Chose Gardner-Webb over Colgate, Hartford and St. Francis (Pa.), among others.

6-6 • 185 • Freshman-HS Guard • Harrisburg, Pa. Cedar Cliff HS

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Transfer from Texas A&M who will sit out the 2012-2013 season in accordance with NCAA Division I transfer regulations … Will be one of the Big South’s top newcomers in his final college season in 2013-2014 … Athletic scorer who fits in nicely with Gardner-Webb’s offensive system … Shooting touch is effective beyond the three-point arc … Has excellent size … Also a strong ball handler and passer … Has experience in elite programs at both the high school and college level … One of the highest-rated recruits to sign with Gardner-Webb since its move to Division I. 2011-2012 at Texas A&M: Played in 26 games and made eight starts for the Aggies in their final Big 12 season … Averaged 19.2 minutes per game … Posted averages of 3.8 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game … Shot 56 percent from behind the arc over his final 9 games ... Played in 15 Big 12 contests … Dished off a career-high four assists at No. 6 Baylor (2/1) … Matched that tool against Texas (2/6) and No. 3 Missouri (2/18) … Scored 12 points in a win against Texas Tech (1/14) … Pulled down eight rebounds vs. Alcorn State (11/30). 2010-2011 at Texas A&M: Played in all 33 games as a sophomore, logging 20.0 minutes per game … Averaged a career-best 5.2 points to go with 2.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game … Finished fourth on the team with 22 made three-pointers … Was the team’s 6-5 • 190 • Senior-TR second-leading scorer off the bench … Scored in double digits six times Guard • Baltimore, Md. … Was the team’s top bench scorer 13 times, which was the top mark on the team … Hit three shots from long distance in the win vs. No. 24 Kansas Texas A&M State (1/22) … Scored 14 points at Oklahoma (1/8) … Netted a careerDeMatha Catholic high 17 points and nine rebounds vs. Prairie View A&M (12/8) … Was the team’s top assist man three times … Made one start against Nicholls State (1/3). 2009-2010 at Texas A&M: Played in all 34 games as a true freshman, helping Aggies to the second round of the NCAA Tournament … Averaged just over 13 minutes per game, coming off the bench 34 times … Scored a season-high 11 points vs. Prairie View A&M (12/2) … Scored six points in the second round of the NCAA Tournament vs. Purdue (3/21). High School: Played at national power DeMatha (Md.) Catholic under Coach Mike Jones … Rated as the nation’s No. 59 senior prospect by ESPN.com … A four-star recruited by both ESPN and Rivals … A two-time All-League and All-Metro selection for the Stags … Led team to a 31-4 record and a No. 4 national ranking as a senior … Averaged 15.7 points, 6.3 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 2.1 steals per game … Played AAU basketball for a strong Team Melo squad … Chose Texas A&M over Syracuse, Marquette, Maryland, Clemson, Xavier and Miami (Fla.) … Played at St. Frances (Md.) High in Baltimore before joining the DeMatha program as a junior.

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MAX LANDIS CAREER STATS Year 2011-12 TOTAL

54 54

GP 31 31

GS 23 23

Min 790 790

Avg 25.5 25.5

FG 101 101

FGA 265 265

Pct .381 .381

FG 56 56

FGA 167 167

Pct .335 .335

FT FTA Pct Off 36 53 .679 2 36 53 .679 2

Def Tot 36 38 36 38

Avg 1.2 1.2

PF 46 46

FO 0 0

Ast 45 45

TO 50 50

Blk 0 0

Stl 19 19

Pts 294 294

Avg 9.5 9.5


Returning starter at the off guard spot who is expected to continue his role as the team’s most effective perimeter threat as a sophomore … Tremendous pure shooter with range well beyond the three-point stripe … Has worked hard to gain size and strength during the offseason, and should be more prepared for the rigors of college basketball in 2012-2013 … One of seven players returning with starting experience. 2011-2012 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 31 games and made 23 starts as a true freshman … One of the team’s top-2 scorers for most of the season … Finished ranked second on the team at 9.5 points per game … Added 1.5 assists and 1.2 rebounds per contest … Led the Runnin’ Bulldogs with 56 three-pointers, making 56-of-167 (33.5 percent) … Ranked second on the team with 790 minutes played, logging more than 30 minutes eight times … Named MVP of the Hoosier Classic Chattanooga Regional after lifting Gardner-Webb to an overtime win at host Chattanoga (11/27) … Had 17 points in that game, including an effective 7-of-8 effort from the free throw line … Averaged 14.3 points per game during the four-game event, earning Big South Freshman of the Week honors on Nov. 28 … Had 18 points on 7-of-14 shooting at Indiana (11/21) … Scored 14 points on 4-of-5 shooting from long range in a narrow loss at Butler (11/23) … Was 4-of-4 from deep in the first half to stake Gardner-Webb to a 15-point edge at the break … 6-2 • 175 • Sophomore-1L Scored a career-high 19 points vs. Alice Lloyd (12/6), making five threeGuard • Indianapolis, Ind. point shots … Scored in double figures 15 times … Had 18 points at South Perry Meridian HS Carolina State (11/19) … Scored 16 points in a home win over Charleston Southern (1/10) … Had 17 points at Coastal Carolina (1/12) and 18 points at Campbell (1/14) in consecutive games … Had two different, five-game stretches in double figures scoring … Made at least two three-point baskets in 16 different games … Had a career-high seven assists to go with 12 points vs. Lees-McRae (11/16) … Had 12 points and four assists at East Carolina (12/22). High School: One of the top guards in Indiana as a senior at Perry Meridian (Ind.) High … Played under Coach Brent Keck … Earned honorable mention All-State honors from the IBCA … Named to the Indianapolis Star Super Team for the second season in a row … Averaged 24.2 points and 4.2 assists per game as a senior … Netted 38 points vs. Center Grove (Ind.) High … Scored 30 or more points four times … Outscored Kentucky freshman and McDonald’s All-America point guard Marquis Teague in a matchup with Indianapolis Pike on January 7 … Played in the annual North/South All-Star Game following the season, scoring 18 points to lead the North squad to a 119-101 win … Averaged 17.6 points and 4.0 assists per game as a junior … Rated as the No. 17 overall senior prospect in Indiana by ESPN.com … Also recruited by Wright State.

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Strong, athletic guard who enters the Gardner-Webb program with strong credentials … Enjoyed tremendous success on the high school level and was one of the top senior prospects in Kentucky as a senior … Has the physical tools to become a very effective defender on the college level … Will be an impact player in the backcourt for the Runnin’ Bulldogs. High School: Played at state power Scott County (Ky.) High under Coach Billy Hicks … Led Cardinals to a 34-5 record and a berth in the 2012 KHSAA Sweet 16 … Earned Sweet 16 All-Tournament honors after averaging 13.8 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in the event … Led the tournament in minutes played, as Scott County advanced to the state finals … Scored 16 points, 10 rebounds and dished off six assists in a win over John Hardin High … Averaged 16.4 points per game during the regular season, leading the Cardinals in scoring … A second-team All-State selection by the Lexington Herald-Leader and Associated Press … Rated as the No. 3 senior prospect in Kentucky for the Class of 2012 by ESPN.com … Rated as one of the nation’s top-90 shooting guards by ESPN … One of the Southeast Region’s top-100 senior prospects … Averaged 15.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game as a junior … Led Cards to a 24-6 record and the regional quarterfinals … Chose Gardner-Webb over Texas Southern and Wofford, among others.

6-2 • 190 • Freshman-HS Guard • Georgetown, Ky. Scott County HS

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Quick, physical point guard who will compete for heavy minutes in his first season on the floor with the Runnin’ Bulldogs ... Transfer from the University of Central Florida ... One of team team’s most athletic players ... Impressed during his season as a redshirt with the program ... Heavily recruited prospect who has a bright future in Boiling Springs. 2011-2012 at Gardner-Webb: Sat out in accordance with NCAA transfer regulations. 2010-2011 at UCF: Played in 16 games as a freshman for the Golden Knights … Averaged 1.4 points and 5.8 minutes per game … Had a career-high 10 points and five assists in just 22 minutes against Alabama State … Had four points at UMass. Prep School: Played one season at national power Hargrave (Va.) Military under Coach Kevin Keatts … Averaged 13 points, five assists and six steals … Helped lead Tigers to a 24-1 record … Averaged 16 points and six assists at the 2010 National Prep Showcase … Originally committed to Charlotte … Chose UCF after considering offers from 12 Division I programs, including Texas Tech, Nebraska, Wichita State, Creighton and Marshall. High School: Played at Ridgeview (S.C.) High under Coach John Combs … 6-0 • 180 • RS Sophomore-TR Rated the No. 18 overall prospect in the Class of 2009 by the High School Guard • Columbia, S.C. Sports Report (Winthrop’s Robbie Dreher was No. 22) … Rated one of the top five seniors in Class 4A … Played in the 2009 Carolinas All-Star Classic UCF … Averaged 19.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game … Had Ridge View HS 15 points in a matchup with national powerhouse Oak Hill (Va.) Academy … Netted at least 25 points in six different agmes … Had a season-high 36 points vs. Calhoun County (1/10) … Had 34 points in first meeting with Calhoun County (12/12) … Scored 30 points vs. Lancaster (2/6) … Signed with Louisiana Tech, becoming the first player from Ridgeview to ever sign a Division I basketball scholarship.

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Versatile forward who is expected to play a major role on both ends of the floor for the Runnin’ Bulldogs in his first season with the program … Capable of playing several positions, including both forward spots … Solid shooter and ball handler with good size … Also a capable passer and rebounder … Should make a major impact on the stat sheet in 2012-2013. Junior College: Played two seasons at Cloud County (Kan.) Community College … Led team to a 25-8 record as a sophomore … Averaged 10.8 points, 6.4 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game … Was the only player on the roster to finish ranked in the top-3 in scoring, rebounding and assists … Earned honorable mention NJCAA All-Region VI honors … Chose GardnerWebb over Wright State, Albany and Charleston Southern. High School: Played at Topeka (Kan.) High … Earned second-team, Class 6A All-State honors as a senior … Averaged 16.0 points and 8.0 rebounds per game that season … Named All-City and All-Conference.

6-6 • 215 • Junior-JC Forward • Topeka, Kan. Cloud County CC Topeka HS

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KEVIN HARTLEY CAREER STATS Year 2011-12 TOTAL

62 62

GP 32 32

GS 11 11

Min 713 713

Avg 22.3 22.3

FG 63 63

FGA 172 172

Pct .366 .366

FG 34 34

FGA 104 104

Pct .327 .327

FT FTA Pct Off 17 29 .586 44 17 29 .586 44

Def Tot 86 130 86 130

Avg 4.1 4.1

PF 97 97

FO 4 4

Ast 33 33

TO 53 53

Blk 6 6

Stl 33 33

Pts 177 177

Avg 5.5 5.5


Returning starter at one forward spot … Sturdy player who can step out and make jump shots from three-point range effectively … Hard-nosed player who has good rebounding potential … Will be a key piece for the Runnin’ Bulldogs in his final collegiate season … One of only two seniors on the current roster … Also one of seven players returning with starting experience. 2011-2012 at Gardner-Webb: Played in all 32 games and made 11 starts at forward … One of just three returning players who logged minutes in every game … Averaged 5.5 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game … Ranked third on the team in three-pointers made and accuracy, knocking down 34-of-104 chances (32.7 percent) … Scored in double figures six times, netting a career-high 11 points three times … Had 11 points vs. LeesMcRae (11/16), Winthrop (12/3) and Coastal Carolina (1/28) … Scored 10 points vs. UNC Asheville (12/1), South Carolina State (12/10) and at Radford (12/31) … Made two huge three-point shots in the win at Radford … Gardner-Webb posted a 4-2 mark with Hartley scoring in double figures … Hauled down a career-best eight rebounds at Wake Forest (12/18), at VMI (1/2) and vs. High Point (1/7) … Had at least five boards in 14 different games … Ranked second on the team with 33 steals … Ranked fourth on the squad in rebounding … Made 19-of-55 shots from long distance in league play (34.5 percent).

6-6 •235 • Senior-1L Forward • Klein, Texas Collin College Klein Collins HS

Junior College: Played two seasons at Collin (Texas) College under Coach Jim Sigona … Averaged 14.9 points, 6.1 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game as a sophomore … Ranked fifth in NJCAA Region V in scoring … Led Cougars to a 25-6 record … Shot a solid 39.6 percent from three-point range (36-of-91) … Averaged 16.7 points per game in league play … Chose Gardner-Webb over Lamar and Texas State.

High School: Played at Klein Collins (Texas) High near Houston … Averaged 16.2 points and 9.5 rebounds per game as a senior … Shot 74.1 percent from the floor (227-of-306) and 65.6 percent from long distance (44-of-67) … Scored a season-high 33 points vs. Spring (Texas) High … Rated as the nation’s No. 182 small forward prospect by ESPN.com following his senior campaign.

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Joined the program as a walk-on in July, 2012 … Will compete for time in the backcourt in his first year as a member of the team … Strong shooter with good range on his jumper. 2011-2012 at Gardner-Webb: Attended school, but did not play basketball. High School: Played at Madison (Ohio) High under Coach Pat Moran … Earned honorable mention All-Area selection as a senior … Averaged 16.5 points per game … Scored a career-high 34 points in the sectionals as a senior.

5-10 • 180 • Freshman-RS Guard • Madison, Ohio Madison HS

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COREY HENSLEY CAREER STATS Year 2011-12 TOTAL

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GP 20 20

GS 1 1

Min 128 128

Avg 6.4 6.4

FG 13 13

FGA 31 31

Pct .419 .419

FG 0 0

FGA 0 0

Pct .000 .000

FT FTA Pct Off 6 10 .600 7 6 10 .600 7

Def Tot 14 21 14 21

Avg 1.1 1.1

PF 26 26

FO 1 1

Ast 1 1

TO 9 9

Blk 1 1

Stl 0 0

Pts 32 32

Avg 1.6 1.6


MIKE BYRON

Improving post player who should log more minutes as a sophomore … Offensive game has emerged since arriving on campus, and should allow for more impact on that end of the floor as the season progresses … Has added weight and strength since freshman season … One of only two true post players returning for the 2012-2013 campaign … Can play the four or five spots effectively. 2011-2012 at Gardner-Webb: Saw action in 20 games, making one start … Logged an average of 6.4 minutes per game … Averaged 1.6 points, 1.1 rebounds and 0.1 blocks per game … Scored a career-high 10 points in just 10 minutes vs. Alice Lloyd (12/6) … Made 4-of-8 shots from the floor and both free throw attempts in that game … Had six points in 10 minutes vs. Lees-McRae (11/16) … Had four points off the bench in a narrow loss at Butler (11/23) … Also had four points vs. UNC Asheville (12/1) and at Wake Forest (12/18) … Scored two points at Clemson (11/11) and at Chattanooga (11/27). Postgraduate: Played one season of postgraduate basketball under Coach Kevin Keatts at national powerhouse Hargrave Military (Va.) Academy … Served as the Tigers’ sixth man for much of the season.

6-8 • 220 • Sophomore-1L Forward • Candler, N.C. Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy Enka HS

High School: Played at Enka (N.C.) High under Coach Brian Carver … Earned All-State honors from NCPreps.com and the North Carolina Coaches Association as a senior … One of the state’s top scorers, regardless of classification, at 27.6 points per game … Added 12.3 rebounds per game … Scored 30 points or more 10 times, including 43 points vs. North Buncombe and 41 against A.C. Reynolds … Named District 12 Player of the Year and Conference Player of the Year … A first-team AllWNC selection by the Asheville Citizen-Times … Selected to play in the annual East-West Game in Greensboro, N.C. … Led all scorers with 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in that game … Averaged 19.8 points and 9.1 rebounds per game as a junior … Chose Gardner-Webb over offers from Navy and The Citadel.

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Highly-decorated forward who will be one of the team’s most athletic players immediately, regardless of position … Will compete for early playing time in the front court … Has a unique skill set for his size and is a strong ball handler and passer … Has the potential to develop into a very good rebounder quickly … Scored at a high level on the high school level … Can play four positions on the floor, and was a point forward on his high school team. High School: Played at Cook County (Ga.) High under Coach Tommy Blackshear … Averaged 23.0 points, 14.0 rebounds, 6.5 assists, 2.5 blocks and 2.3 steals per game as a senior … Earned second-team Class 2A AllState honors from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution … Earned a roster spot with an All-Star team representing the U.S. in France during the summer of 2012 … Also selected to play in the 2012 GACA North/South All-Star Game … Chose Gardner-Webb over Jacksonville, Charleston Southern and Georgia Southern.

6-5 • 210 • Freshman-HS Forward • Adel, Ga. Cook County HS

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MIKE BYRON CAREER STATS Year 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

70 70

GP 32 32 64

GS 21 22 43

Min 431 592 1023

Avg 13.5 18.5 16.0

FG 45 67 112

FGA 78 127 205

Pct .577 .528 .546

FG 0 0 0

FGA 0 0 0

Pct .000 .000 .000

FT FTA Pct Off 30 45 .667 36 45 70 .643 63 75 115 .652 99

Def 74 80 154

Tot 110 143 253

Avg 3.4 4.5 4.0

PF 54 55 109

FO 1 2 3

Ast 3 8 11

TO 31 40 71

Blk 27 35 62

Stl 6 3 9

Pts 120 179 299

Avg 3.8 5.6 4.7


Returning starter in the pivot … The team’s most experienced post player and one of the team’s most experienced players overall … Has All-Conference potential … Offensive game has improved noticeably over the past two years … Strong rebounder and shot blocker … Runs the floor well for his size … Has a nice touch from the free throw line and is an efficient shooter down low. 2011-2012 at Gardner-Webb: Played in all 32 games and made 22 starts at center … Averaged 18.5 minutes per game … Posted averages of 5.6 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game … Ranked sixth on the team in scoring, third in rebounding and first in blocks … Ranked second on the team with a .528 shooting percentage, making 67-of-127 attempts … Shot 64.3 percent from the free throw line (45-of-70) … Had four games with at least 10 points … Scored a career-high 18 points and pulled down 13 rebounds in the overtime win at Chattanooga (11/27) … Scored 16 points in the narrow loss at Butler (11/23) and had 16 points and nine rebounds vs. UNC Asheville (12/1) … Scored 10 points and pulled down 12 boards in the win over Delaware State (2/18) … Blocked a season-high five shots vs. Alice Lloyd (12/6) and swatted away four shots to go with six points and six rebounds in a home win over High Point (1/7) … Had at least two blocks in nine different games … Pulled down six or more rebounds in 10 6-10 • 245 • Junior-HS games … Shot better than 60 percent 12 times on the season. 2010-2011 Center • San Antonio, Texas at Gardner-Webb: Played in all 32 games as a true freshman … Started 21 Churchill HS contests … Averaged 3.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 0.8 blocks per game … Shot an efficient 57.7 percent from the floor (45-of-78) and was a solid 30of-45 from the charity stripe (66.7 percent) … Had a pair of double-figure scoring games on the season … Scored a season-high 11 points to go with 15 rebounds at UNC Asheville … Earned Big South Conference Freshman of the Week honors for that performance … Had 10 points and seven rebounds in a win over Western Carolina (11/27) … Netted nine points and 11 rebounds to go with a pair of blocks in an overtime loss to Liberty (12/31) … Blocked a season-high three shots twice, vs. Winthrop (2/3) and Radford (2/24). High School: Played at Churchill (Texas) High under Coach Randy Schuster … Rated the No. 105 center in the nation and the No. 11 center prospect in Texas by ESPN.com … Helped Chargers to a 23-15 record as a senior … Earned All-District honors for the second season in a row … Averaged 10 points and nine rebounds per game … Earned All-District honors as a junior after averaging 9.3 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game.

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26.8 25.5 20.9 26.8 21.3 18.5 22.3 14.3 20.6 7.3 6.9 6.4 4.0 3.4

GWU 2103 65.7 -1.1 749-1804 .415 191-614 .311 6.0 414-620 .668 12.9 1170 36.6 +2.3 376 11.8 447 14.0 -0.6 0.8 222 6.9 84 2.6 19555 13-1504 -

1st 2nd 993 1081 936 1175

OT 29 27

123-304 101-265 75-220 100-203 58-154 67-127 63-172 66-124 44-123 20-30 15-43 13-31 3-6 1-2

.405 .381 .341 .493 .377 .528 .366 .532 .358 .667 .349 .419 .500 .500

Totals 2103 2138

.193 .335 .338 .000 .278 .000 .327 .000 .303 .000 .357 .000 .000 .000

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Date 11/11/11 11/13/11 11/16/11 11/19/11 11/21/11 11/23/11 11/26/11 11/27/11 12/01/11 12/03/11 12/06/11 12/10/11 12/18/11 12/22/11 12/31/11 01/02/12 01/07/12 01/10/12 01/12/12 01/14/12 01/19/12 01/26/12 01/28/12 02/02/12 02/04/12 02/09/12 02/11/12 02/14/12 02/18/12 02/23/12 02/25/12 2-27-12

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141 36 48 123 61 80 86 43 51 11 11 14 4 1 53 763 759

204 38 57 206 82 143 130 74 58 23 12 21 7 1 114 1170 1096

7.0 1.2 2.0 6.4 2.6 4.5 4.1 2.3 1.9 1.4 0.8 1.1 1.0 0.1

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46 50 35 37 48 40 53 50 53 7 7 9 0 3 9 36.6 619 18 376 447 34.2 558 5 425 429

Opponent at Clemson at Lipscomb LEES-MCRAE at SC State at Indiana at Butler vs Savannah State at Chattanooga UNC ASHEVILLE WINTHROP ALICE LLOYD SC STATE at Wake Forest at East Carolina at Radford at VMI HIGH POINT CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Coastal Carolina at Campbell at Winthrop CAMPBELL COASTAL CAROLINA at Liberty at High Point RADFORD VMI at Charleston Southern DELAWARE STATE at UNC Asheville PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at High Point

* - Conference game

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63 2 9 83 21 63 44 31 7 12 1 7 3 0 61 749-1804 .415 191-614 .311 414-620 .668 407 751-1716 .438 177-553 .320 459-698 .658 337 OPP 2138 66.8 751-1716 .438 177-553 .320 5.5 459-698 .658 14.3 1096 34.2 425 13.3 429 13.4 1.0 205 6.4 108 3.4 56279 18-3116 1-198

11-57 56-167 45-133 0-0 10-36 0-0 34-104 0-8 20-66 0-0 15-42 0-0 0-0 0-1

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12.3 9.5 8.4 7.6 5.8 5.6 5.5 5.2 4.3 3.1 3.0 1.6 1.3 0.2

84 222 2103 108 205 2138

65.7 66.8

23 19 26 24 28 3 33 25 37 2 2 0 0 0

Score 44-65 74-71 91-61 68-73 49-73 66-68 66-72 76-74 60-66 62-60 87-57 87-57 59-67 55-69 61-55 72-76 65-61 80-77 63-65 68-74 54-56 78-72 56-70 58-63 77-81 54-58 77-61 58-73 57-56 61-71 62-68 58-68

Att. 6000 1453 1250 297 16261 6036 198 2189 1320 1840 1150 1560 6717 4721 427 762 1240 1460 1039 1687 1295 1920 2045 1838 1557 1250 1645 761 1450 1765 1425 1276


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

32 10 11 05 15 54 24 00 04 31 03 33 30 02

NEWSOME, Tashan LANDIS, Max DAWSON, Jason JOHNSON, Stefon BUGGS, Laron BYRON, Mike HARTLEY, Kevin HARPER, Donta STRANGE, Tyler BUTLER, Santoine BROWN, David HENSLEY, Corey MITCHELL, Jamal ROYSTER, Jay Team Total.......... Opponents......

29-27 31-23 28-13 32-28 32-19 32-22 32-11 32-2 30-12 16-1 15-1 20-1 7-0 9-0

777 790 584 857 680 592 713 458 618 117 103 128 28 31

32 32

6476 6476

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

26.8 25.5 20.9 26.8 21.3 18.5 22.3 14.3 20.6 7.3 6.9 6.4 4.0 3.4

GWU 2103 65.7 -1.1 749-1804 .415 191-614 .311 6.0 414-620 .668 12.9 1170 36.6 +2.3 376 11.8 447 14.0 -0.6 0.8 222 6.9 84 2.6 19555 13-1504 -

1st 2nd 993 1081 936 1175

OT 29 27

123-304 101-265 75-220 100-203 58-154 67-127 63-172 66-124 44-123 20-30 15-43 13-31 3-6 1-2

.405 .381 .341 .493 .377 .528 .366 .532 .358 .667 .349 .419 .500 .500

Totals 2103 2138

.193 .335 .338 .000 .278 .000 .327 .000 .303 .000 .357 .000 .000 .000

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100-140 36-53 39-52 43-66 60-82 45-70 17-29 35-59 20-37 10-15 0-2 6-10 3-4 0-1

Date 11/11/11 11/13/11 11/16/11 11/19/11 11/21/11 11/23/11 11/26/11 11/27/11 12/01/11 12/03/11 12/06/11 12/10/11 12/18/11 12/22/11 12/31/11 01/02/12 01/07/12 01/10/12 01/12/12 01/14/12 01/19/12 01/26/12 01/28/12 02/02/12 02/04/12 02/09/12 02/11/12 02/14/12 02/18/12 02/23/12 02/25/12 2-27-12

.714 .679 .750 .652 .732 .643 .586 .593 .541 .667 .000 .600 .750 .000

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141 36 48 123 61 80 86 43 51 11 11 14 4 1 53 763 759

204 38 57 206 82 143 130 74 58 23 12 21 7 1 114 1170 1096

7.0 1.2 2.0 6.4 2.6 4.5 4.1 2.3 1.9 1.4 0.8 1.1 1.0 0.1

pf dq

64 46 37 86 69 55 97 53 53 17 7 26 4 5

4 0 1 4 1 2 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

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to blk stl

47 45 48 14 54 8 33 22 87 3 3 1 2 9

7 0 0 16 3 35 6 6 1 8 0 1 1 0

46 50 35 37 48 40 53 50 53 7 7 9 0 3 9 36.6 619 18 376 447 34.2 558 5 425 429

Opponent at Clemson at Lipscomb LEES-MCRAE at SC State at Indiana at Butler vs Savannah State at Chattanooga UNC ASHEVILLE WINTHROP ALICE LLOYD SC STATE at Wake Forest at East Carolina at Radford at VMI HIGH POINT CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Coastal Carolina at Campbell at Winthrop CAMPBELL COASTAL CAROLINA at Liberty at High Point RADFORD VMI at Charleston Southern DELAWARE STATE at UNC Asheville PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at High Point

* - Conference game

76

off

63 2 9 83 21 63 44 31 7 12 1 7 3 0 61 749-1804 .415 191-614 .311 414-620 .668 407 751-1716 .438 177-553 .320 459-698 .658 337 OPP 2138 66.8 751-1716 .438 177-553 .320 5.5 459-698 .658 14.3 1096 34.2 425 13.3 429 13.4 1.0 205 6.4 108 3.4 56279 18-3116 1-198

11-57 56-167 45-133 0-0 10-36 0-0 34-104 0-8 20-66 0-0 15-42 0-0 0-0 0-1

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avg

357 294 234 243 186 179 177 167 128 50 45 32 9 2

12.3 9.5 8.4 7.6 5.8 5.6 5.5 5.2 4.3 3.1 3.0 1.6 1.3 0.2

84 222 2103 108 205 2138

65.7 66.8

23 19 26 24 28 3 33 25 37 2 2 0 0 0

Score 44-65 74-71 91-61 68-73 49-73 66-68 66-72 76-74 60-66 62-60 87-57 87-57 59-67 55-69 61-55 72-76 65-61 80-77 63-65 68-74 54-56 78-72 56-70 58-63 77-81 54-58 77-61 58-73 57-56 61-71 62-68 58-68

Att. 6000 1453 1250 297 16261 6036 198 2189 1320 1840 1150 1560 6717 4721 427 762 1240 1460 1039 1687 1295 1920 2045 1838 1557 1250 1645 761 1450 1765 1425 1276


2011-2012 COMPARISON STATS

Opponent Clemson Lipscomb LEES-MCRAE SC State Indiana Butler Savannah State Chattanooga UNC ASHEVILLE WINTHROP ALICE LLOYD SC STATE Wake Forest East Carolina Radford VMI HIGH POINT CHARLESTON SOUTHERN Coastal Carolina Campbell Winthrop CAMPBELL COASTAL CAROLINA Liberty High Point RADFORD VMI Charleston Southern DELAWARE STATE UNC Asheville PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE High Point

1st 29/29 33/34 38/19 28/30 23/34 50/35 35/34 35/32 26/21 31/25 48/28 36/21 33/30 29/31 30/33 36/39 22/23 39/33 24/32 32/35 25/31 33/35 28/24 22/25 29/28 31/24 31/24 31/34 31/24 25/30 28/33 22/26

2nd 15/36 41/37 53/42 40/43 26/39 16/33 31/38 31/34 34/45 31/35 39/29 51/36 26/37 26/38 31/22 36/37 34/33 41/44 39/33 36/39 29/25 45/37 28/46 36/38 38/39 23/34 46/37 27/39 26/32 36/41 34/35 36/42

Score 44-65 74-71 91-61 68-73 49-73 66-68 66-72 76-74 60-66 62-60 87-57 87-57 59-67 55-69 61-55 72-76 65-61 80-77 63-65 68-74 54-56 78-72 56-70 58-63 77-81 54-58 77-61 58-73 57-56 61-71 62-68 58-68

Mar (21) +3 +30 (5) (24) (2) (6) +2 (6) +2 +30 +30 (8) (14) +6 (4) +4 +3 (2) (6) (2) +6 (14) (5) (4) (4) +16 (15) +1 (10) (6) (10)

Total FG 14-45/25-46 24-60/24-51 36-68/22-51 25-63/20-51 18-49/29-59 26-48/21-53 22-53/26-42 27-72/24-65 23-64/19-43 22-51/25-58 33-62/23-66 34-63/20-53 21-57/26-53 18-54/21-49 21-56/22-62 27-62/28-62 21-62/19-51 28-53/28-65 21-62/25-63 26-57/27-50 19-43/20-50 22-48/28-50 20-64/26-56 24-60/22-51 23-56/23-53 15-37/21-50 29-61/21-63 21-49/28-52 21-49/21-49 20-50/21-52 25-59/24-43 23-67/22-54 Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

FG Pct .311/.543 .400/.471 .529/.431 .397/.392 .367/.492 .542/.396 .415/.619 .375/.369 .359/.442 .431/.431 .532/.348 .540/.377 .368/.491 .333/.429 .375/.355 .435/.452 .339/.373 .528/.431 .339/.397 .456/.540 .442/.400 .458/.560 .313/.464 .400/.431 .411/.434 .405/.420 .475/.333 .429/.538 .429/.429 .400/.404 .424/.558 .343/.407

3-Pointers 5-16/7-15 4-20/6-17 11-24/7-20 10-26/5-17 6-22/3-18 8-16/7-23 7-19/1-10 5-26/8-32 6-33/3-10 6-17/7-17 6-14/1-16 8-20/2-9 6-23/5-12 7-22/5-13 6-16/8-25 6-19/7-30 5-22/4-15 8-17/9-21 6-20/5-19 7-19/7-11 4-13/3-12 6-17/4-12 6-21/6-15 4-17/6-13 8-25/15-28 5-10/3-14 2-13/6-34 7-21/9-17 1-12/8-20 6-13/2-12 4-9/2-8 5-32/6-18

3FG Pct .313/.467 .200/.353 .458/.350 .385/.294 .273/.167 .500/.304 .368/.100 .192/.250 .182/.300 .353/.412 .429/.063 .400/.222 .261/.417 .318/.385 .375/.320 .316/.233 .227/.267 .471/.429 .300/.263 .368/.636 .308/.250 .353/.333 .286/.400 .235/.462 .320/.536 .500/.214 .154/.176 .333/.529 .083/.400 .462/.167 .444/.250 .156/.333

Free Throws 11-12/8-12 22-26/17-28 8-12/10-17 8-16/28-42 7-16/12-23 6-14/19-27 15-19/19-31 17-26/18-22 8-15/25-37 12-20/3-9 15-21/10-19 11-16/15-26 11-17/10-15 12-17/22-28 13-23/3-3 12-19/13-20 18-26/19-25 16-19/12-16 15-22/10-13 9-16/13-21 12-21/13-20 28-38/12-21 10-16/12-18 6-7/13-18 23-32/20-27 19-30/13-22 17-23/13-23 9-14/8-14 14-19/6-10 15-24/27-34 8-14/18-30 7-10/18-27

FT Pct .917/.667 .846/.607 .667/.588 .500/.667 .438/.522 .429/.704 .789/.613 .654/.818 .533/.676 .600/.333 .714/.526 .688/.577 .647/.667 .706/.786 .565/1000 .632/.650 .692/.760 .842/.750 .682/.769 .563/.619 .571/.650 .737/.571 .625/.667 .857/.722 .719/.741 .633/.591 .739/.565 .643/.571 .737/.600 .625/.794 .571/.600 .700/.667

Rebounds 23/32 (9) 41/28 +13 39/28 +11 44/40 +4 30/42 (12) 30/28 +2 27/30 (3) 48/44 +4 40/39 +1 36/32 +4 40/40 42/29 +13 34/35 (1) 32/38 (6) 38/43 (5) 40/33 +7 42/39 +3 41/26 +15 42/44 (2) 37/26 +11 29/34 (5) 30/29 +1 38/43 (5) 34/33 +1 43/28 +15 35/28 +7 48/37 +11 26/33 (7) 40/21 +19 31/38 (7) 28/34 (6) 42/42 -

Assist T/Over 8/17 18/18 6/16 23/25 27/13 11/21 11/9 14/11 6/19 19/13 14/12 12/4 7/16 12/14 12/14 9/15 14/10 13/15 10/11 11/10 28/8 15/18 24/8 16/19 8/14 14/15 10/15 16/15 8/13 10/16 13/14 14/10 8/9 13/17 15/14 19/10 10/14 10/12 12/19 13/8 12/12 18/15 11/17 13/14 15/13 10/11 6/14 11/10 9/16 10/8 10/14 17/9 15/7 18/17 8/14 17/16 10/12 17/11 13/13 18/12 9/16 8/12 7/12 8/8

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$ 72 %ON 6WO

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Most games played . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 in 1980-81 Most victories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 in 1976-77 Most losses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 in 2002-03 Most consecutive victories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 in 1973-74 Most consecutive home victories. . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 in 1973-74, 1974-75, 1976-77 Most consecutive losses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 in 2002-03 Most points scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3026 in 1971-72 (104.3 avg for 29 games) Most pts. scored by opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..2665 in 1980-81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(74.0 avg for 35 games) Fewest points scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1964 in 2002-03 (67.7 avg for 29 games) Fewest points scored by opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1877 in 1988-89 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(72.2 avg for 29 games) Highest scoring average. . . . . . . . . . . . . 104.3 in 1971-72 (3026 pts. in 29 games) Lowest scoring average . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58.0 in 1983-84 (1971 pts. in 29 games) Highest scoring avg. by opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84.4 in 1995-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2278 pts. in 27 games) Lowest scoring avg. by opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66.5 in 1983-84 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(1900 pts. in 29 games) Most field goals attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2497 (made 1310) in 1976-77 Most field goals made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1310 (att. 2497) in 1976-77 Best Field Goal Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54.2 in 1971-72 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (att 2258, made 1224) Most Free Throws Attempted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 894 (made 657) in 1976-77 Most Free Throws Made. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 657 (att 894) in 1976-77 Best Free Throw Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73.5 in 1976-77 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (att 894, made 657) Most Rebounds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1879 (33 games) in 1976-77 Highest Rebounding Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55.4 in 1973-74 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1551 rebounds in 26 games) Most Games 100 points or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 in 1976-77 Least Games 100 points or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 in 1983-84 Most Consecutive Wins at Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 (12-15-72 til 1-23-79) Most Three-Pointers Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 759 in 1997-98 Most Three-Pointers Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269 in 2007-08

SEASON-INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 by Eddie Wilkins, Willie McCray, 1980-81 Highest Scoring Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34.3 by George Adams, 1971-72 Most Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 986 by George Adams, 1971-72 Most Field Goal Attempts . . . . . . . . . 692 (made 379 by Dave Bormann, 1976-77 Most Field Goals Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412 (att 642) by George Adams, 1971-72 Highest Field Goal Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64.2 by George Adams, 1971-72 Most Free Throws Attempted. . . . . . . . 288 (made 225) by Dave Borman, 1976 77 Most Free Throws Made. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225 (att 288) by Dave Borman, 1976-77 Highest Free Throw Percentage (50 att) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86.8 by Dean Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (66-76, 1982-83) Most Three-Pointers Attempted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 266 by Grayson Flittner, 2007-08 Most Three-Pointers Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 by Grayson Flittner, 2007-08 Best Three-Point Percentage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52% by Matthew Cates, 1995-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Travis Sensabaugh, 1996-97 Most Rebounds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 407 by George Adams, 1971-72 Highest Rebounding Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15.2 by George Adams, 1971-72 Most Double-Doubles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 by Thomas Sanders, 2007-08

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Most Points Scored.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 by George Adams (Voorhees, 1-27-1972) Most Field Goals Attempted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 (made 16) by John Drew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Livingston, 1-22-1973) Most Field Goals Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 (att 30) by Dave Bormann . . . . . . . (Pfeiffer, 3-1-1977) 24 (att 38) by George Adams (Voorhees, 1-27-1972) Most Free Throws Attempted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 by Thomas Sanders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (at North Florida, 1-4-2007) Most Free Throws Made. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 (attempted 16) by Carl Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Livingston, 12-1-1977) Highest Free Throw Percentage (12 or more) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alvin Jones, 12-12 (Clark, 1-7-1974) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Carl Martin, 16-16 (Livingston, 12-1 1977) Most Rebounds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 by George Adams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Warren Wilson, 2-9-1970) Most Points by an Opposing Player. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 by Willie Jenrette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(N.C. Central, 12-14-1985) Most Three-Pointers Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 by Travis Sensabaugh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Johnson & Wales, 1-14-98) Most Three-Pointers Attempted...17 by Travis Sensabaugh . . . . .(Elon, 1-22-97)

CAREER-INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 by Eddie Wilkins, 1980-84 Highest Scoring Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31.2 by George Adams, 1969-72 Most Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,404 by George Adams, 1969-72 Most Field Goal Attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,638 by George Adams, 1969-72 Most Field Goals Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 987 by George Adams, 1969-72 Most Three-Pointers Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276 by James Colwell, 1998-2002 Highest Field Goal Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60.3 by George Adams, 1969-72 Most Free Throws Attempted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .867 by Eddie Wilkins, 1980-84 Most Free Throws Made. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .577 by Eddie Wilkins, 1980-84 Highest Free Throw Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81.6, James Colwell, 1998-2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(221-277) minimum 200 attempts Most Rebounds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,113 by George Adams, 1969-72 Highest Rebounding Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.4 by George Adams, 1969-72

ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

George Adams (69-72) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,404 Eddie Wilkins (80-84). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,361 Stan Easterling (85-89) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,134 Ben Davis (82-86). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,039 Lew Young (75-79) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,875 Dave Bormann (75-77). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,703 Jim Blanks (72-75) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,689 Lance Bain (91-95). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,412 James Colwell (98-02) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,394 Brian Bender (03-06) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,389

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

George Adams (69-72) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,113 Eddie Wilkins (80-84). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,103 Stan Easterling (85-89) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,062 Frank Streater (79-82) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 875 Will Franklin (75-79). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 827 Jim Blanks (72-75) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 795 Bruce Fields (98-02). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 753 Jerry Chollete (89-93). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 702 Brian Bender (03-06) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 657 Alvin Jones (71-75). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 641 Lester Stinson (73-77) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 594

ALL-TIME REBOUNDING LEADERS


Gardner-Webb’s rich basketball tradition has produced several members of the school’s athletics Hall of Fame in the sport.

MEN’S BASKETBALL STUDENT-ATHLETES NAME YEARS AT G-W George Adams 1969-1972 John Drew 1972-1974 Zeno Wall ** 1930-1932 Eddie Lee Wilkins 1980-1984 Bobby Bush ** 1950-1953 George Mauney ** 1932-1934 Dennis Childress 1964-1966 Jack Jolley ** 1929-1930 Dave Bormann 1975-1977 Artis Gilmore 1967-1969 Drew Bridges ** 1965-1967 Henry Smith ** 1951-1953 Aarnold Isaacs ** 1955-1957 Dean Jones ** 1957-1959 Bill Ellis (pictured left) 1971-1975 Ben Davis 1982-1986 Jerry Beane ** 1959-1961 Ernie Fleming 1969-1972

YEAR INDUCTED 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1995 1996 2001 2002 2002 2005 2006 2007 2008

** Played multiple sports at Gardner-Webb

COACHES Name Norman Harris (Coach) ** Eddie Holbrook (Coach) Jim Wiles (Coach)

** Coached multiple sports at Gardner-Webb

Year Inducted 1991 1991 2002

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1970-1971 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 20-4 Barber-Scotia 86 Pembroke State 84 UNC-Asheville 65 Fayetteville State 98 High Point 103 Tusculum 94 Shorter 98 West Florida 84 Belmont 120 Western Carolina 59 Campbell 73 High Point 100 Southern Tech 113 Virginia Military Institute 95 Point Park 106 St. Augustine 127 Piedmont 131 Piedmont 153 Paine College 128 Guilford 105 Allen University 103 UNC-Asheville 120 Barber-Scotia 85 Guilford 90

Opponent

1971-1972 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 31-5 Piedmont 137 Voorhees 149 UNC-Asheville 99 St. Augustine 112 Barber-Scotia 118 Lenoir-Rhyne 109 Coppin State 136 UNC-Asheville 103 Mars Hill 112 Lenoir-Rhyne 79 Cumberland 112 Lenoir-Rhyne 64 Allen 103 Barber-Scotia 105 Mars Hill 75 Piedmont 123 Baptist College 101 Florida Memorial *2 Voorhees 147 Barber-Scotia 144 UNC-Asheville 97 Guilford 84 Western Carolina 109 Elon 91 Lenoir-Rhyne 77 Eastern Montana 109 Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 91 Western Washington St. 81 Eau Claire St. 68 Stephen F. Austin 91

Opponent

1972-1973 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 18-7 Pikeville 99 Tennessee Wesleyan 91 UNC-Asheville 87 Carson-Newman 80 Belmont Abbey 93 Shaw University 91 St. Augustine 105 Carson-Newman 65 Western Carolina 80 Lenoir Rhyne 67 Livingstone 102 Catawba 76 Allen University 103 UNS-Asheville 112 Morris Brown 111 Livingstone 94 Western Carolina 66 Lenoir Rhyne 81 Belmont Abbey 77 UNC-Asheville 105 Western Carolina 100 Catawba 85 Guilford 98

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77 80 74 83 84 52 73 62 118 60 66 66 94 72 78 98 92 109 70 104 82 97 87 98

41 83 88 97 102 87 99 99 81 83 96 58 79 110 58 73 80 0 94 90 65 100 85 72 76 94 87 75 83 94

79 75 86 93 100 88 83 59 71 73 69 80 82 99 80 100 79 80 75 91 88 63 101

1973-1974 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 25-3 Morris 116 Voorhees 70 Campbell 81 Concord 112 Marymount 79 Fort Hays Kansas St. 95 Lenoir Rhyne 103 Belmont Abbey 102 Spring Arbor 109 Presbyterian 97 Lenoir Rhyne 95 Keene State 100 Lenoir Rhyne 81 Clark 103 Livingstone 112 Catawba 94 Catawba 89 Tougaloo 114 Livingstone 125 Barber Scotia 111 Belmont Abbey 78 Bryan 109 UNC-Asheville 95 Knoxville College 88 Lenoir Rhyne 88 Johnson C. Smith 95 Oregon Tech 91 West Georgia 101

Opponent

1974-1975 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 23-3 Guilford 103 Milligan 100 USC Spartanburg 108 Hanover 97 Shorter 101 Carson Newman 88 Belmont Abbey 110 Lenoir Rhyne 93 St. Augustine 101 Oglethorpe 119 Elon 93 Elon 67 Campbellsville 101 Lenoir Rhyne 81 Catawba 91 USC Aiken 111 Warren Wilson 120 UNC Asheville 59 Catawba 86 St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (MD) 2 Belmont 54 Elon 102 Warren Wilson 137 UNC-Asheville 116 Livingstone 119 Baptist College 106

Opponent

1975-1976 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 27-4 Claflin 123 Cumberland 91 Milligan 77 Hanover 84 Pembroke State 61 UNC-Asheville 86 USC-Spartanburg 104 Liberty 104 Belmont 73 Belmont Abbey 74 Johnson C. Smith 86 Lenoir Rhyne 88 Mars Hill 87 High Point 93 Maryland Eastern Shore 98 Lenoir Rhyne 75 Catawba 79 UNC-Asheville 94 Morris 103 Chaminade 95 Chaminade 102 N.C. Central 133 Limestone 112 Belmont Abbey 69

Opponent

68 35 83 81 81 70 75 75 86 87 76 56 64 60 89 66 82 59 81 108 72 60 88 65 87 84 56 116

96 90 91 83 74 68 64 81 80 57 64 75 80 58 84 85 60 57 91 0* 57 82 73 88 96 92

80 92 79 66 50 75 77 88 47 64 81 83 74 67 87 71 74 72 49 89 99 87 81 51

Catawba Livingstone Lenoir Rhyne USC â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Spartanburg Limestone Catawba Guilford

65 115 97 106 81 88 111

74 91 78 72 78 79 116

1976-1977 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 30-3 Allen 105 Guilford 103 Milligan 84 Hanover 114 Pembroke State 78 Carson-Newman 89 High Point 85 Mars Hill 90 UNC-Asheville 102 Livingstone 97 Barber-Scotia 99 Lenoir-Rhyne 96 Wofford 103 High Point 111 USC-Spartanburg 101 USC-Aiken 106 Presbyterian 110 High Point 87 Catawba 107 Mars Hill 104 Lenoir Rhyne 98 Liberty Baptist 127 Limestone 112 Belmont Abbey 73 Livingstone 106 Lenoir Rhyne 113 Catawba 87 Belmont Abbey 100 Presbyterian 101 Savannah State 97 Limestone 85 Pfeiffer 108 St. Augustine 99

Opponent

1977-1978 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 27-3 Scotland Nat. Team 98 Portugal Nat. Team 119 China Nat. Team 117 Czechoslovakia Nat. Team 96 Wofford 95 Limestone 91 Mars Hill 68 Livingstone 109 Pfeiffer 73 Lenoir Rhyne 97 Methodist 84 High Point 114 Belmont Abbey 77 Guilford 94 Johnson C. Smith 119 Catawba 90 High Point 99 Lenoir Rhyne 87 Morris 126 Chaminade 97 Heritage 107 UNC-Asheville 89 Mars Hill 63 Catawba 73 Limestone 85 Pfeiffer 94 High Point 111 Lenoir Rhyne 91 Presbyterian 98 Guilford 59

Opponent

1978-1979 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 24-6 Republic of China 99 Winthrop 113 Limestone 100 Pembroke State 89 High Point 98 Limestone 93 Mars Hill 73

Opponent

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Belmont Abbey Barber Scotia Pfeiffer Belmont Abbey High Point Walsh Carson Newman Guilford Catawba UNC-Asheville Wingate Lenoir Rhyne High Point Allen University Wingate Allen University Mars Hill Catawba Limestone Pfeiffer Lenoir Rhyne Presbyterian Fayetteville State Pfeiffer

92 129 86 81 60 85 96 84 76 89 111 109 49 90 83 69 62 98 121 47 78 55 92 55

72 98 68 79 61 78 70 65 74 81 91 77 51 66 68 63 73 80 82 51 65 58 79 58

1979-1980 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 23-12 Wofford 76 Pfeiffer 71 High Point 45 Winthrop 59 Limestone 105 Mars Hill 80 Guilford 40 Lenoir Rhyne 86 J.C. Smith 73 Belmont Abbey 52 High Point 60 Point Park 72 Washburn 88 Chicago Circle 81 USC-Spartanburg 88 Pfeiffer 70 High Point 61 Catawba 95 UNC-Asheville 73 Guilford 72 Wingate 91 Lenoir Rhyne 67 Wingate 78 Claflin 107 Benedict 71 Allen University 108 Mars Hill 77 Catawba 75 Limestone 97 Benedict 76 Shaw University 98 Pfeiffer 87 Lenoir Rhyne 86 UNC-Asheville 63 Winston Salem State 70

Opponent

1980-1981 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 25-11 William Carey 69 Tiffin University 72 Limestone 83 Voorhees 81 USC-Spartanburg 68 Mars Hill 83 Claflin 85 Indiana-Purdue University 64 Carson-Newman 77 Livingstone 105 Johnson C. Smith 79 Winthrop 65 Belmont College 104 Cumberland 83 Catawba 63 UNC-Asheville 86 Guilford 52 Wingate 82 Lenoir- Rhyne 70 High Point 53 Barber Scotia 104

Opponent

67 65 43 70 77 65 41 73 70 70 63 75 83 68 70 61 72 81 71 78 82 68 66 75 78 81 71 78 81 78 78 55 74 69 80

71 62 86 68 73 75 76 67 80 82 78 70 96 81 78 74 49 71 67 44 92

Wingate Elon High Point USC-Spartanburg Mars Hill Catawba Limestone UNC-Asheville Pfeiffer Lenoir Rhyne Barber Scotia North Carolina Central Catawba Belmont Abbey Huron

96 68 35 98 78 76 98 84 72 72 71 89 81 82 52

92 65 33 97 68 77 93 82 85 76 58 79 79 81 59

1981-1982 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 17-14 Tusculum 84 Limestone 61 Hanover 62 Mars Hill 76 Mars Hill 110 Tusculum 65 Baptist College 96 J.C. Smith 62 Southern Tech 59 Wingate 68 High Point 63 Guilford 83 Lander 58 Barber Scotia 58 Catawba 39 UNC-Asheville 56 Guilford 67 Wingate 73 Lenoir Rhyne 62 Belmont Abbey 53 Friendship 2* Barber Scotia 58 High Point 68 Elon 59 Claflin 89 Tusculum 62 Belmont Abbey 70 Mars Hill 87 Catawba 63 UNC-Asheville 77 Lenoir Rhyne 77 Barber Scotia 93

Opponent

1982-1983 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 25-7 USC-Aiken 87 Limestone 82 Atlantic Christian 83 Barber Scotia 80 J.C. Smith 61 Pfeiffer 83 Limestone 90 Coker 112 UNC-Asheville 84 Voorhees 109 Winthrop 93 Lander 71 Limestone 87 Catawba 72 Wingate 101 Mars Hill 95 Lenoir Rhyne 95 Belmont Abbey 75 Barber Scotia 99 Coker 101 Wingate 74 Barber Scotia 91 Mars Hill 76 Catawba 97 Belmont Abbey 66 Lander 85 UNC-Asheville 95 Limestone 86 Lenoir Rhyne 108 High Point 89 Elon 93 UNC-Asheville 70

Opponent

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76 88 81 74 56 78 83 77 81 95 87 68 91 93 85 76 76 72 79 106 77 70 75 78 76 78 82 98 94 79 85 68

1983-1984 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 14-15 Shorter 98 Berry 78 USC-Spartanburg 68 J.C. Smith 82 Lenoir Rhyne 75 Belmont Abbey 64 USC-Aiken 77 UNC-Asheville 75 Central Wesleyan 89 Coastal Carolina 77 Catawba 74 Mars Hill 58 Belmont Abbey 65 Barber Scotia 61 USC-Spartanburg 50 Lenoir Rhyne 68 Wingate 50 Tusculum 98 Barber Scotia 84 Mars Hill 65 Catawba 59 Belmont Abbey 55 Lander 45 UNC-Asheville 48 Limestone 72 Lenoir Rhyne 62 High Point 32 Wingate 78 Central Wesleyan 64

Opponent

1984-1985 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 18-10 Barber Scotia 103 High Point 47 Methodist 70 N.C. Central 66 Winthrop 64 Livingstone 72 Voorhees 76 Catawba 69 Trevecca Nazarene 79 Mars Hill 79 Lenoir Rhyne 60 Belmont Abbey 65 Barber Scotia 105 USC-Aiken 91 Wingate 67 UNC-Asheville 75 Barber Scotia 90 Mars Hill 80 Catawba 76 Belmont Abbey 57 King 87 UNC-Asheville 82 USC-Aiken 77 Lenoir Rhyne 81 High Point 65 Wingate 71 Central Wesleyan 75 Pfeiffer 70

Opponent

60 54 73 64 71 62 75 77 79 68 79 60 84 64 62 70 49 72 63 66 73 66 40 62 83 61 35 52 76

92 48 78 77 73 75 67 61 84 75 57 60 71 80 68 74 72 73 61 52 77 78 82 66 67 62 69 76

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1985-1986 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 15-17 Mount Olive 59 Piedmont Bible 97 Lenoir Rhyne 74 J.C. Smith 74 Wingate 95 Mars Hill 74 Lenoir Rhyne 67 Elon 66 Barber Scotia 82 Catawba 78 Trevecca Nazarene 75 N.C. Central 89 N.C. Central 57 Voorhees 101 Lenoir Rhyne 83 J.C. Smith 70 Limestone 79 Belmont Abbey 53 High Point 85 Elon 78 Wingate 86 Mars Hill 87 Mount Olive 74 Catawba 79 Belmont Abbey 72 Mars Hill 84 Barber Scot 94 Lenoir Rhyne 66 East Coast Bible 109 High Point 59 Wingate 76 Limestone 79

Opponent

1986-1987 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 17-15 Belmont College 71 Trevecca Nazarene 64 High Point 60 Mount Olive 77 Edward Waters 97 USC-Spartanburg 65 USC-Aiken 73 Mars Hill 77 North Georgia 69 Catawba College 62 Glenville St. 72 West Virginia St. 70 Benedict 96 Lenoir Rhyne 2 Benedict 104 Morris College 80 Francis Marion 57 Elon College 63 Wingate College 71 Mount Olive 53 Barber Scotia 75 Elon College 70 Catawba College 50 Mars Hill 52 Barber Scotia 74 Belmont Abbey 57 Lenoir Rhyne 57 High Point 51 Wingate 49 Belmont Abbey 67 Mars Hill 83 Belmont Abbey 68

Opponent

1987-1988 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 22-10 William Carey 97 Birmingham-Southern 85 USC-Aiken 85 North Georgia 98 Limestone 57 Lenoir-Rhyne 87 North Georgia 81 Benedict 87 West Virginia St. 77 Barber Scotia 67 Catawba 89 Grace 85

Opponent

92

57 43 71 79 75 73 70 74 79 81 70 95 74 96 78 71 82 63 72 71 87 86 70 87 73 85 84 75 51 69 80 97

70 83 58 79 80 79 68 62 59 74 68 98 81 0* 94 68 54 77 82 55 66 65 55 63 58 60 56 72 52 81 79 73

94 83 79 102 71 61 83 79 74 49 67 81

William Jewel Upsala Benedict USC-Aiken Elon Barber-Scotia Mount Olive High Point Belmont Abbey Catawba Mars Hill Wingate Mount Olive Lenoir Rhyne Elon Wingate High Point Belmont Abbey Mars Hill Belmont Abbey

67 88 109 61 81 70 94 63 70 86 96 70 107 71 66 71 66 77 78 72

77 74 67 62 77 66 89 67 68 84 85 64 89 59 71 61 70 78 72 75

1988-1989 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 15-11 Livingstone 85 Pembroke State 86 Guilford 71 Catawba 89 Lenoir-Rhyne 71 North Georgia 57 West Georgia 86 Francis Marion 75 High Point 70 Lincoln Memorial 109 Newberry 78 West Georgia 82 Bluefield 89 Bluefield 76 Guilford 52 Wingate 77 Belmont Abbey 60 USC-Spartanburg 58 Wingate 71 Lincoln Memorial 83 Lenoir Rhyne 72 Mars Hill 83 Newberry 88 Belmont Abbey 58 Mars Hill 67 Belmont Abbey 85

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1989-1990 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 7-19 Allen University 66 USC-Spartanburg 51 Barber-Scotia 71 North Georgia 46 Brewton Parker 64 Morris Brown 65 Presbyterian College 45 Carson Newman 60 Mars Hill 71 Belmont Abbey 52 Lenoir Rhyne 54 Wingate 56 Lander 51 Elon 73 Catawba 38 Belmont Abbey 54 Presbyterian 53 Barber Scotia 52 Carson Newman 51 Mars Hill 46 Lenoir Rhyne 54 Wingate 63 Elon 41 Catawba 51 Allen University 90 Lander 48

Opponent

1990-1991 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 15-14 Allen University 87 Pfeiffer College 89 Lincoln Memorial 80

Opponent

66 74 68 56 50 54 65 61 86 98 91 79 80 79 58 60 76 70 68 73 70 87 71 78 69 90

59 65 72 79 80 62 56 51 83 57 69 64 67 48 41 63 61 49 53 55 60 55 43 64 76 79

57 91 82

St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Elizabeth City St. Longwood Mount Olive Western Carolina Presbyterian Carson-Newman Mars Hill Lincoln-Memorial Lenoir-Rhyne Wingate Belmont Abbey Elon Catawba USC-Spartanburg Presbyterian USC-Spartanburg Carson-Newman Mars Hill Lenoir-Rhyne Wingate Elon Catawba

85 57 79 106 83 55 73 57 86 72 78 85 64 95 65 67 66 68 82 76 66 68 73

66 76 77 79 88 52 82 61 55 69 74 91 82 82 92 65 90 54 73 92 71 61 75

1991-1992 Gardner-Webb Opponent Overall Record: 19-11, SAC Champions Birmingham Southern 79 83 Coker 73 70 High Point 72 70 Pfeiffer 84 59 Belmont Abbey 68 66 USC Spartanburg 75 54 Florida Tech 60 63 Florida Southern 55 87 Carson-Newman 87 81 Mars Hill 83 84 Presbyterian 52 49 Lenoir-Rhyne 69 67 Wingate 68 53 Lees-McRae 95 60 Elon 71 70 Catawba 89 86 Limestone 82 84 Longwood 62 66 Presbyterian 70 63 Carson-Newman 73 63 Mars Hill 71 53 Elon 82 73 Lenoir-Rhyne 89 80 Wingate 72 61 Western Carolina 90 102 Catawba 90 95 Mars Hill 57 55 Presbyterian 68 88 Elon 79 64 Pfeiffer 85 115 1992-1993 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 14-14 Queens 86 Longwood 57 Barton 97 Savannah State 104 Presbyterian 75 Limestone 81 E. Strousburg 83 Kennesaw State 85 Carson-Newman 70 Mars Hill 71 Lenoir-Rhyne 77 Wingate 59 Longwood 69 Elon 73 Catawba 86 USC Spartanburg 66 Presbyterian 58 Lees McRae 84 Carson-Newman 76 Mars Hill 83 Lenoir-Rhyne 60 Wingate 78 Wofford 73 Elon 76 Catawba 80 Elon 111 Presbyterian 77

Opponent 94 56 104 47 87 62 93 73 73 73 58 56 67 53 74 76 68 77 66 88 82 68 101 85 97 64 86


1993-1994 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 11-15 High Point 80 Limestone 65 Barber Scotia 80 Pfeiffer 91 Queens 85 West Chester (Pa.) 88 Longwood 56 Presbyterian 80 Florida Southern 54 Rollins (2 OT) 79 Carson-Newman 71 Mars Hill 58 Lenoir-Rhyne 76 Wingate 97 Elon 91 Catawba 65 Presbyterian 85 Lees-McRae 83 Carson-Newman 82 Mars Hill 61 Lenoir-Rhyne 74 Wingate 70 Elon 60 Catawba 81 Presbyterian 64

Opponent

1994-1995 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 11-16 Concord 83 Limestone 87 Queens 88 Elizabeth City State 82 USC Spartanburg 62 Lees-McRae 71 Longwood 61 Limestone 84 Wofford 72 Lenoir-Rhyne 70 Wingate 73 Longwood 80 Elon 95 Catawba 55 Carson-Newman 77 Presbyterian 70 Mars Hill 75 Wofford 92 Lenoir-Rhyne 53 Wingate 78 Mars Hill 91 Elon 69 Catawba 88 Erskine 73 Carson-Newman 74 Presbyterian 80 Carson-Newman 71

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1995-1996 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 15-12 Newberry 96 Erskine 98 St. Augustine’s 106 Barber Scotia 88 Queens 72 Francis Marion 93 West Georgia 94 Limestone 97 UNC Pembroke 75 Rollins 78 Merrimack 96 Elon 84 Catawba 84 Carson-Newman 91 Presbyterian 93 Lenoir-Rhyne 87 Mars Hill 104 Wingate 79 Lees McRae 78 Elon 90 Catawba 89 Carson-Newman 79 Presbyterian 81 Wingate 58

Opponent

97 63 77 105 81 77 65 82 88 80 83 64 79 96 76 77 71 80 85 93 72 67 80 82 61

90 79 77 53 82 61 64 90 74 66 72 84 78 58 84 69 71 77 54 57 111 65 91 58 91 84 81

87 84 100 71 76 73 78 89 77 79 83 87 (ot) 86 82 82 98 (ot) 116 81 94 85 86 85 88 74

Lenoir-Rhyne Mars Hill Carson-Newman

77 95 74

64 91 89

1996-1997 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 17-11 Tusculum 103 Lincoln Memorial 78 Marshall 62 William Carey 104 Southern Tech 71 UNC Pembroke 68 North Greenville 93 Johnson & Wales (S.C.) 95 North Florida 58 Carson-Newman 63 Presbyterian 86 Lenoir-Rhyne 67 Mars Hill 66 Lynn (Fla.) 81 Elon 79 Wingate 101 Catawba 78 Catawba 80 Limestone 95 Carson-Newman 61 Presbyterian 75 Lenoir-Rhyne 60 Johnson & Wales (S.C.) 92 Mars Hill 63 Elon 66 Wingate 69 Elon 92

Opponent

1997-1998 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 13-14 East Coast College 110 Tusculum 101 UNC Pembroke 65 North Greenville 95 Mars Hill 61 Limestone 62 Tusculum 74 Johnson & Wales (S.C.) 117 Montreat 98 Belmont Abbey 78 King 71 Lenoir-Rhyne 69 Wingate 71 Limestone 70 Newberry 79 Catawba 55 Carson-Newman 56 Presbyterian 82 Johnson & Wales (S.C.) 84 Mars Hill 78 Lenoir-Rhyne 59 Wingate 81 Newberry 83 Catawba 62 Carson-Newman 69 Presbyterian 57 Catawba 66

Opponent

1998-1999 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 11-16 Milligan 80 Carver 111 North Florida 87 Bluefield State 100 Temple (Oh.) Baptist 103 Pikeville 77 USC Spartanburg 104 Limestone 95 Eckerd (Fla.) 62 UNC Pembroke 49 Shorter 88 Limestone 81 Lenoir-Rhyne 75 Wingate 54 Newberry 54 Catawba 57 Carson-Newman 71 Presbyterian 72 Mars Hill 84

Opponent

87 64 100 80 54 65 (ot) 68 61 53 76 87 (ot) 62 63 109 63 80 87 92 75 59 (ot) 87 68 55 89 64 62 105 (ot)

27 79 58 67 68 57 90 59 65 90 69 74 79 57 76 79 55 95 58 79 78 76 90 77 83 78 75

86 43 104 81 55 66 101 (ot) 66 71 64 81 56 89 81 56 73 89 80 114

Mars Hill Lenoir-Rhyne Wingate Newberry Catawba Carson-Newman Presbyterian

63 106 82 92 93 79 57

62 81 88 79 95 87 66

1999-2000 Gardner-Webb Opponent Overall Record: 25-5, SAC Regular Season Co-Champs, NCAA DII Nationals FRANCIS MARION 96 59 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC 93 88 ALLEN 99 72 SHEPHERD 91 68 USC-SPARTANBURG 81 72 at Brevard 92 64 TUSCULUM 88 61 LIMESTONE 94 71 BREVARD 100 72 at Limestone VIRGINIA STATE at Newberry LENOIR-RHYNE at Catawba WINGATE at Presbyterian at Mars Hill CARSON-NEWMAN NEWBERRY at Lenoir-Rhyne at Tusculum CATAWBA at Wingate PRESBYTERIAN MARS HILL at Carson-Newman CARSON-NEWMAN vs Catawba College vs Wingate University vs Georgia College

81 91 92 91 87 76 70 82 75 110 99 84 84 74 71 110 99 84 83 72 81

78 83 67 70 76 96 87 79 73 70 82 71 71 83 69 66 81 78 63 82 92

2000-2001 Overall Record: 0-10 * * 22 wins vacated during 2000-2001 season. 2001-2002 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 23-9 ST. MARY’S (MD) 130 at Georgia Southern 77 ASBURY 85 at James Madison 67 COLORADO STATE 56 at Kansas State 57 GEORGIA SOUTHERN 106 BLUEFIELD STATE 101 LIMESTONE 68 at VCU 68 at South Alabama 71 vs. Yale 79 at Furman 81 at Murray State 80 at Centenary 58 at Texas A&M-CC 78 at Texas Pan-Am 84 at Appalachian State 93 CENTENARY 78 BREVARD 81 TEXAS A&M-CC 86 at Savannah State 75 at Lipscomb 95 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN 79 TEXAS-PAN AM 86 SAVANNAH STATE 79 LIPSCOMB 77 vs. Emmanuel 95 vs. Tennessee Temple 75 TRINITY CHRISTIAN 97 CEDARVILLE 75 MT. VERNON NAZARENE 94

Opponent 81 88 60 85 54 75 99 66 51 75 66 69 65 66 74 86 94 101 67 68 76 67 89 61 79 50 76 82 62 59 65 103

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2002-2003 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 5-24 at Tennessee 69 ST. MARYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S (MD) 82 WINTHROP 66 at Georgia Tech 53 at Colorado State 63 at Clemson 61 at Virginia 65 at Eastern Michigan 63 vs. SMU (Thorpe Classic) 63 vs. West Virginia (Thorpe Classic) 58 at Georgia State * 53 at Jacksonville State * 69 BELMONT * 86 SAMFORD * 56 at Appalachian State 98 at Campbell * 74 at Stetson * 63 at Jacksonville * 75 APPALACHIAN STATE 88 TROY STATE * 60 MERCER * 64 FLORIDA ATLANTIC * 57 at UCF * 59 at Winthrop 78 CAMPBELL * 81 at Samford * 54 at Belmont 73 JACKSONVILLE STATE * 75 GEORGIA STATE * 58

Opponent

2003-2004 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 9-20 at South Carolina 74 vs Elon 68 at Clemson 55 at Indiana State 53 at Kansas State 65 NORTH GREENVILLE 95 at Colorado State 59 FLORIDA ATLANTIC * 75 UCF * 60 at East Carolina 59 LIMESTONE 84 TROY STATE * 58 at Mercer * 56 at Georgia State * 64 at Campbell * 79 STETSON * 64 JACKSONVILLE * 74 at Belmont * 57 at Lipscomb * 70 BELMONT * 59 LIPSCOMB * 61 at Jacksonville * 78 at Stetson * 48 GEORGIA STATE * 60 MERCER * 85 CAMPBELL * 84 at Troy State * 74 at UCF * (OT) 79 at Florida Atlantic * 67

Opponent

71 74 68 75 90 71 72 78 64 75 56 88 103 52 99 76 78 87 82 61 76 59 82 74 69 63 81 83 64

83 65 86 67 68 66 89 95 71 76 72 76 72 92 62 72 62 68 53 68 63 83 62 72 77 69 81 87 65

2004-2005 Gardner-Webb Opponent Overall Record: 18-12; A-Sun Champion (RS) N. GREENVILLE 85 61 E. CAROLINA 90 60 at Arkansas 63 79 at UCF * 67 55 at Florida Atlantic * 76 69 at Georgia 62 67 KENYON 92 61 at UNLV 60 85 at Colorado 88 97 LIPSCOMB * 72 55 BELMONT * 79 75 CAMPBELL* 69 66 at Troy * 71 77

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at Mercer * at Georgia State * STETSON * JACKSONVILLE * at Stetson * at Jacksonville * GEORGIA STATE * MERCER * at Campbell * TROY * at Belmont * at Lipcscomb * UCF * FLORIDA ATLANTIC * No. 8 Troy ^ No. 4 Jacksonville^ No. 2 UCF ^

69 83 82 81 62 58 68 81 64 76 67 61 55 91 64 77 54

74 74 68 53 69 69 70 72 62 69 58 80 58 76 62 76 63

2005-2006 Gardner-Webb Opponent Overall Record: 17-12; #4 Seed In A-Sun at North Carolina 80 83 at East Carolina 77 72 at Auburn (CSS) 43 70 at Minnesota 73 72 STETSON * 70 68 MERCER * 67 58 at UNC Greensboro 68 76 at Western Carolina 90 83 at #21 Ohio State (ESPN) 58 87 at Lipscomb * 58 70 at Belmont * 69 67 KENNESAW STATE * (CSS) 68 74 EAST TENNESSEE STATE * 66 89 CAMPBELL * (CSS) 76 79 FLORIDA ATLANTIC * 51 72 at Jacksonville * 72 67 at North Florida * 71 67 at Campbell * 81 70 JACKSONVILLE * 77 73 NORTH FLORIDA * 69 68 at Florida Atlantic * 77 63 at Kennesaw State * 84 58 at East Tennessee State * 69 64 BELMONT * 74 66 LIPSCOMB * 71 66 at Mercer * 77 67 at Stetson * 65 77 #5 ETSU (CSS) ^ 64 63 #1 Lipscomb (CSS) ^ 51 70 ^ A-Sun Tournament Game 2006-2007 Gardner-Webb Overall Record: 9-21 @ Texas Tech (ESPNU) 86 vs. Akron 89 @ #2 North Carolina (FSN) 103 UNC GREENSBORO 79 @ NC State 88 FERRUM 70 @ Georgia (CSS) 96 WESTERN CAROLINA 74 @ High Point 65 @ Wake Forest 92 @ #4 Wisconsin 98 @ Jacksonville * 73 @ North Florida * 72 ETSU * 63 KENNESAW STATE * 77 @ Stetson * 77 @ Mercer * 85 LIPSCOMB * 61 BELMONT * 70 JACKSONVILLE * 64 NORTH FLORIDA * W2 CAMPBELL * 64 @ ETSU * 63 @ Kennesaw State * 59 MERCER * 69 STETSON * 73

Opponent 74 61 50 67 76 53 67 73 (ot) 51 60 40 64 52 60 60 64 74 55 54 59 46 55 61 56 68 48

@ Belmont * @ Lipscomb * @ Campbell * (CSS) vs. Belmont ^ ^ A-Sun Tournament Game

87 59 61 79

2007-2008 Result Overall Record: 16-16 11/6 Alabama A&M W, 69-55 11/7 No. 20 Kentucky (ESPNU) W, 84-68 11/13 NORTH GREENVILLE W, 99-74 11/15 Connecticut (ESPN2HD) L, 78-66 11/16 Oklahoma (ESPN2HD) L, 69-55 11/17 @ Radford W, 93-83 11/20 @ Connecticut (ESPN Plus) L, 89-72 11/24 @ No. 24 Clemson L, 96-67 11/27 HIGH POINT W, 86-71 12/3 RADFORD L, 100-97 (2 ot) 12/8 @ Tulane L, 84-79 12/15 @ Charleston Southern L, 80-69 12/22 @ Charlotte L, 83-51 12/29 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN W, 105-77 1/3 BELMONT * L, 87-84 1/5 LIPSCOMB * W, 81-73 1/10 @ USC Upstate * L, 73-59 1/12 @ East Tennessee State * W, 73-69 1/18 @ Campbell * (CSS-TV) L, 93-73 1/24 STETSON * W, 55-50 1/26 FLORIDA GULF COAST * L, 87-80 1/31 @ North Florida * W, 75-61 2/2 @ Jacksonville * L, 75-62 2/7 MERCER * W, 84-71 2/9 @ Kennesaw State * W, 77-63 2/16 CAMPBELL * W, 86-70 2/21 EAST TENNESSEE STATE * W, 96-70 2/23 USC UPSTATE W, 82-55 2/28 @ Lipscomb * L, 83-71 3/1 @ Belmont * L, 76-73 3/6 vs. #3 Stetson ^ W, 82-63 3/7 vs. #2 Jacksonville (CSS) ^ L, 89-80 ^ Denotes A-Sun Tournament 2008-2009 Result Overall Record: 13-17 (9-9 Big South) 11/14 at Virginia Tech L, 65-62 11/18 at Longwood L, 85-84 11/22 at #12 Oklahoma L, 80-76 11/25 at South Carolina L, 85-70 11/29 UVA-WISE W, 74-47 12/4 at Radford * W, 91-71 12/6 at Liberty * L, 76-64 12/12 at Wichita State L, 76-64 12/14 at Kansas State L, 107-48 12/17 at Western Carolina W, 96-90 12/20 FERRUM W, 85-51 12/31 ANDERSON (SC) W, 86-83 1/3 VMI * L, 96-92 1/7 UNC ASHEVILLE * L, 86-76 1/10 at High Point * W, 60-57 1/14 at Winthrop * W, 64-49 1/17 COASTAL CAROLINA * W, 77-55 1/21 at Presbyterian * L, 72-60 1/24 at Charleston Southern * W, 86-70 1/28 at Coastal Carolina * W, 79-74 1/31 RADFORD * L, 76-57 2/4 LIBERTY * W, 95-90 (ot) 2/7 at VMI * L, 94-88 2/11 at UNC Asheville * L, 87-78 (ot) 2/14 HIGH POINT * L, 61-57 2/18 WINTHROP * L, 60-55 2/21 at James Madison L, 90-78 2/25 PRESBYTERIAN * W, 78-72 2/28 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * W, 68-59 3/3 at #3 Liberty (Tournament) L, 88-77 * Big South Game

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2009-2010 Result Overall Record: 8-21 (5-13 Big South) Nov. 14 Covenant W, 89-48 Nov. 16 Montreat W, 89-62 Nov. 21 Methodist W, 83-58 Nov. 23 at #11 North Carolina (FSN) L, 93-72 Nov. 28 Western Carolina L, 75-59 Dec. 4 UNC Asheville * (MASN) L, 58-56 Dec. 12 at Charlotte L, 95-66 Dec. 15 at #7 Duke (ESPN2) L, 113-68 Dec. 17 James Madison L, 78-57 Dec. 19 at Penn State (ESPNU) L, 104-57 Dec. 29 at #2 Texas (FSN Southwest) L, 95-63 Jan. 2 at High Point * L, 78-68 Jan. 4 at Radford * L, 75-45 Jan. 7 Charleston Southern * W, 64-61 Jan. 9 Coastal Carolina * L, 80-64 Jan. 14 at Liberty * (FTN) L, 68-57 Jan. 16 at VMI * W, 92-84 Jan. 21 Presbyterian * W, 64-57 (ot) Jan. 23 Winthrop * L, 65-45 Jan. 28 Radford * L, 80-73 Jan. 30 High Point * (MASN) L, 82-80 (ot) Feb. 4 at Coastal Carolina * L, 96-60 Feb. 6 at Charleston Southern * W, 82-73 Feb. 11 VMI * L, 92-85 Feb. 13 LIBERTY * 69-61 Feb. 16 at Winthrop * 69-64 Feb. 20 ELON (ESPN BRACKETBUSTER) L, 84-79 Feb. 23 at Presbyterian * W, 77-76 Feb. 27 at UNC Asheville * L, 89-86 * Big South Game

2010-2011 Result Overall Record: 11-21 (6-12 Big South) Nov. 12 at Charlotte W, 78-70 Nov. 13 Mary Washington W, 76-61 Nov. 15 at Florida State L, 78-53 Nov. 18 Virginia Intermont W, 78-42 Nov. 21 at Michigan L, 80-58 Nov. 26 at William & Mary L, 56-55 Nov. 27 vs. Western Carolina W, 71-65 Nov. 28 vs. Mercer W, 78-65 Dec. 2 at High Point * L, 66-64 Dec. 4 at Radford * W, 59-52 Dec. 7 at Elon L, 90-82 Dec. 9 at Oklahoma L, 71-58 Dec. 11 at Arizona State L, 71-48 Dec. 18 at #20 Louisville L, 78-49 Dec. 31 Liberty * L, 64-62 (ot) Jan. 2 VMI * L, 97-76 Jan. 6 at Presbyterian * L, 78-44 Jan. 8 at Winthrop * L, 63-48 Jan. 15 at UNC Asheville * L, 68-59 Jan. 20 Charleston Southern * W, 58-50 Jan. 22 Coastal Carolina * L, 58-55 Jan. 27 at VMI * L, 85-66 Jan. 29 at Liberty * L, 67-51 Feb. 3 Winthrop * L, 60-57 Feb. 5 Presbyterian * W, 63-62 Feb. 12 UNC Asheville * L, 57-54 Feb. 15 at Coastal Carolina * W, 59-57 Feb. 19 at Tennessee Tech L, 60-58 Feb. 22 at Charleston Southern * L, 72-61 Feb. 24 Radford * W, 71-63 Feb. 26 High Point * W, 64-40 Mar. 1 at Coastal Carolina L, 83-72 * Big South Game

2011-2012 Result Overall Record: 12-20 (6-12 Big South) Nov. 11 at Clemson L, 65-44 Nov. 13 at Lipscomb W, 74-71 Nov. 16 Lees-McRae W, 91-61 Nov. 19 at South Carolina State L, 73-68 Nov. 21 at Indiana ^ L, 73-49 Nov. 23 at Butler ^ L, 68-66 Nov. 26 vs. Savannah State ^ L, 72-66 Nov. 27 at Chattanooga ^ W, 76-74 (ot) Dec. 1 UNC Asheville * L, 66-60 Dec. 3 Winthrop * W, 62-60 Dec. 6 Alice Lloyd W, 87-57 Dec. 10 South Carolina State W, 85-57 Dec. 18 at Wake Forest L, 67-59 Dec. 22 at East Carolina L, 69-55 Dec. 31 at Radford * W, 61-55 Jan. 2 at VMI * L, 76-72 Jan. 7 High Point * W, 65-61 (ot) Jan. 10 Charleston Southern * W, 80-77 Jan. 12 at Coastal Carolina * L, 65-63 Jan. 14 at Campbell * L, 74-68 Jan. 19 at Winthrop * L, 56-54 Jan. 26 Campbell * W, 78-72 Jan. 28 Coastal Carolina * W, 70-56 Feb. 2 at Liberty * L, 63-58 Feb. 4 at High Point * L, 81-77 (ot) Feb. 9 Radford * L, 58-54 Feb. 11 VMI * W, 77-61 Feb. 14 at Charleston Southern * L, 73-58 Feb. 18 Delaware State W, 57-56 Feb. 23 at UNC Asheville * L, 71-61 Feb. 25 Presbyterian * L, 68-62 Feb. 27 at High Point % L, 68-58 * Big South Game ^ Hoosier Classic % Big South Conference Tournament First Round

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During its rich basketball history, Gardner-Webb has developed several professional-caliber basketball players. Some, including standouts Artis Gilmore and John Drew, have excelled in the NBA. Others have gone to Europe or other foreign countries to embark on professional basketball careers. Below is a list of Gardner-Webb’s professional basketball products: Player (Final Year at GW) League Artis Gilmore (‘69) ABA/NBA George Adams (‘72) ABA/NBA John Drew (‘74) NBA Jim Blanks (‘75) NBA Dave Borman (‘76) NBA Eddie Lee Wilkins (‘84) NBA Ben Davis (‘86) NBA Norris Bell (‘81) CBA Alvin Jones (‘75) Lew Young (‘77) Will Franklin (‘79) Bill Meyler (‘81) Frank Streater (‘82) Don Cox (‘83) Stan Easterling (‘89) Rob Turner (‘95) Carlos Webb (‘01) Bruce Fields (‘03) * Mensah Taylor (‘03) * Brendan Clowry (‘04) Tim Behrendorff (‘04) * Brian Bender (‘06) Simon Conn (‘06) Tim Jennings (‘06) * Mike Jones (‘06) Thomas Sanders (‘08) * Auryn MacMillan (‘10) * * ACTIVE

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Franchise/Country Kentucky, Chicago, San Antonio, Boston San Diego Atlanta, New Orleans/Utah Houston Atlanta New York, Philadelphia Cleveland Several Luxemburg Scotland Germany Israel Scotland Scotland Israel Ireland Iceland/Turkey Norway Germany Australia New Zealand Poland Australia Germany / NDBL (2007) / Chile Finland Spanish ACB (Fuenlabrada) Australia


Gardner-Webb basketball has a strong tradition of producing All-Americans on the hardwood, dating back to its junior college era. Thomas Sanders was named honorable mention All-America in 2008, after earning Atlantic Sun Conference Playe of the Year honors that season. GARDNER-WEBB ALL-AMERICANS Dennis Childress Artis Gilmore George Adams John Drew Jim Blanks Dave Bormann Lew Young Eddie Lee Wilkins Ben Davis Stan Easterling Rob Turner Carlos Webb James Colwell Bruce Fields Thomas Sanders

NJCAA ............................................................. 1966 NJCAA ....................................................1968, 1969 NAIA .....................................................1971, 1972 NAIA .............................................................. 1974 NAIA .............................................................. 1975 NAIA .....................................................1976, 1977 NAIA .............................................................. 1978 NAIA .....................................................1983, 1984 NAIA .............................................................. 1985 NAIA .....................................................1988, 1989 NCAA II ............................................................ 1996 NCCAA ............................................................ 2001 NCCAA ............................................................ 2002 NCCAA ............................................................ 2002 NCAA I ............................................................ 2008

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