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Marquette Basketball

Marquette Basketball History

Storied Past and Bright Future .......................... 2-3 Al McGuire Center................................................ 4-5 BIG EAST Conference.......................................... 6-7 NCAA Tournament History ................................ 8-9 Individual Instruction ...................................... 10-11 Boot Camp.......................................................... 12-13 Brand Jordan/NIKE .......................................... 14-15 Gameday at Marquette.................................... 16-17 Community Service .......................................... 18-19 Coaching Staff Highlights/NBA Players........ 20-21 Sports Performance ........................................ 22-23 Student-Athlete Performance ........................ 24-25 Marquette Graduates ...................................... 26-27 Scholarship Endowment ................................ 28-29 2012-13 Team Awards Banquet .................... 30-31 Buzz’s BBQ ........................................................ 32-33 National Media Exposure .............................. 34-35 NBA Champions .............................................. 36-37 Marquette and the NBA .................................. 38-39 Doc Rivers and Dwyane Wade ...................... 40-41 A Family Affair .................................................. 42-43 After Marquette ................................................ 44-45 2012-13 In Review ............................................ 46-47

All-Time Scoring Leaders ............................ 104-105 All-Time Rebounding Leaders .................... 106-107 All-Time Assist Leaders ...................................... 108 All-Time Steal Leaders ........................................ 109 All-Time Letterwinners ................................ 110-113 Individual Career Leaders .......................... 114-115 Coaching History .......................................... 116-117 All-America Selections................................ 118-119 1977 NCAA Champions ................................ 120-121 1974 NCAA Runners-Up ...................................... 122 2003 Final Four ...................................................... 123 Brand Jordan ........................................................ 124

2013-14 Marquette Players Roster.................................................................. 48-49 Jamil Wilson ...................................................... 50-51 Todd Mayo.......................................................... 52-53 Juan Anderson ................................................ 54-55 Derrick Wilson .................................................. 56-57 Jake Thomas .................................................... 58-59 Steve Taylor, Jr. ................................................ 60-61 Chris Otule ........................................................ 62-63 Davante Gardner .............................................. 64-65 Duane Wilson.......................................................... 66 John Dawson .......................................................... 67 Jajuan Johnson ...................................................... 68 Deonte Burton ........................................................ 69 Dylan Flood.............................................................. 70

Marquette Basketball Info. School .................................... Marquette University City / Zip Code ...................... Milwaukee, WI 53233 Founded .............................................................. 1881 Enrollment ........................................................ 12,000 Nickname ..........................................Golden Eagles School Colors ........................................Blue & Gold Arena ............ BMO Harris Bradley Center (18,600) Affiliation ........................................ NCAA Division I Conference ................................................ BIG EAST Vice Pres.& Director of Athletics .. Larry Williams Athletic Department Phone ............ (414) 288-6303 Ticket Office Phone .......... (414) 288-GOMU (4666) Press Row Phone .............................. (414) 227-0580 University Website................ www.Marquette.edu Athletics Website ...................... GoMarquette.com

Basketball Staff Head Coach..Buzz Williams (Oklahoma City, 1994) Record at Marquette ................................ 122-54 (5) Career Record .......................................... 136-71 (6) Basketball Office Phone ................ (414) 288-7130 Assistant Coaches ......................Brad Autry (NW Oklahoma St., 1991) .......................................... Isaac Chew (Avila, 1999) .......... Jerry Wainwright (Colorado College, 1968)

Team Managers .................................................... 71 Students/Team Security ........................................ 72

Director of Basketball Operations .................. Jeff Reynolds (UNC Greensboro, 1978)

Coaching and Support Staff

Student-Athlete Development Specialist ......................Jamie McNeilly (New Orleans, 2007)

Buzz Williams .................................................... 73-77 Brad Autry.......................................................... 78-79 Isaac Chew ........................................................ 80-81 Jerry Wainwright ............................................ 82-83 Jeff Reynolds .................................................... 84-85 Jamie McNeilly ................................................ 86-87 Basketball Support Staff ................................ 88-97 University Leadership .................................... 98-99 Athletics Administration .............................. 100-103

Director of Sports Performance .................................................................. Todd Smith Director of Sports Medicine ............................................................ Ernest Eugene Director of Basketball Administration ..............................................................Barb Kellaher Coordinator of Basketball Administration .......................................................... Allison Kellaher

Photo credits to: Dan Johnson, Ben Smidt, Maggie Bean, Gary Dineen, NBAE/Getty Images, Milwaukee Department of City Development Marketing (choosemilwaukee.com), the Bradley Center and Raynor Library Archives.

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A STORIED

PAST AND A BRIGHT FUTURE The 2013-14 campaign, which marks the 97th year for Marquette basketball, promises to continue the rich tradition the program long ago established.

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AL McGUIRE CENTER

Opened in October 2003, the facility is named after the legendary basketball coach Al McGuire, who led the program to an NCAA championship, an NIT title and 295 victories in 13 seasons. Through the generosity of alumni and friends, Marquette Basketball has been provided a facility that is unparalleled as they prepare for competition in the BIG EAST Conference. The $31 million practice and play facility features a 4,000 seat arena and full-size practice gym, strength and conditioning area, sports medicine and athletic training areas, coaches’ offices, team locker room and lounge and academic center. The Al McGuire Center provides the best possible environment for the development of Marquette's student-athletes – academically, athletically and personally. 4

The Al McGuire Center is truly the HOME OF MARQUETTE MEN’S BASKETBALL, containing an academic center, practice gym, staff offices, sports medicine area, multimedia theater and locker room facilities in one convenient location.


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Marquette Basketball’s private full-size practice gym is located on the lower level of the Al McGuire Center. The practice court is an exact replica of the team’s court at the Bradley Center.

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The staff’s offices, locker room and player lounge are all conveniently located within steps of the practice gym. These areas received a significant upgrade in the Summer of 2008, featuring a newly designed interior courtesy of ZE Design.

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The BIG EAST Conference

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE

enters a new era in 2013-14. The league, which has always competed with integrity and sportsmanship at the highest levels of intercollegiate sports, will move forward as a 10-team consortium that is returning to its heritage, focusing athletically on men’s basketball while striding into the future with an eye towards leadership and innovation. The conference will crown champions in 22 sports in 2013-14, the 35th season in its history, with its student-athletes continuing to achieve success in the classroom as well as the athletic arena. The Golden Eagles’ membership in the 10member BIG EAST Conference allows them to attract the interest of college basketball fans in the nation's largest media markets. BIG EAST institutions reside in seven of the nation’s top 35 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Indianapolis and Milwaukee. Val Ackerman, who previously served as President of USA Basketball and the founding President of the WNBA, was named the BIG EAST’s fifth Commissioner on June 26, 2013.

Madison Square Garden For over 25 years Madison Square Garden, The World’s Most Famous Arena, has been home to the BIG EAST Conference Championship. No other league in the country can boast a current streak longer than the BIG EAST’s at one venue.

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Over 150,000 fans watched the five exciting days of action in 2013.


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INDIVIDUAL

INSTRUCTION

Marquette basketball student-athletes separate themselves from the rest through

personal individual instruction. Marquette Basketball's Skill Development Program is designed to help a player show constant improvement in different areas of his game while helping to assure that he is staying ahead of the competition. Marquette players are reminded on a consistent basis,

“every day in every way, get better and better” and “players are made, not born.” Perhaps no player signifies the staff’s ability to develop talent better than

senior center CHRIS

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The Golden Eagles have had at least one player garner all-conference accolades in each of its 24 seasons of league affiliation.

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BIG EAST Conference Honorees

Wesley Matthews • Second Team All-BIG EAST (2008-09)

Jimmy Butler • Honorable Mention All-BIG EAST (2009-10) • Honorable Mention All-BIG EAST (2010-11)

Darius Johnson-Odom • Second Team All-BIG EAST (2010-11) • First Team All-BIG EAST (2011-12)

Jae Crowder • BIG EAST Player of the Year (2011-12) • First Team All-BIG EAST (2011-12)

Vander Blue • Second Team All-BIG EAST (2012-13)

Davante Gardner • BIG EAST Sixth Man of the Year (2012-13) • BIG EAST Honorable Mention (2012-13)

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RECENT ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS

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The Marquette men’s basketball program is one of a select few teams in the nation that benefits from a partnership with both JORDAN BRAND and NIKE. From practice gear to uniforms, men’s basketball players at Marquette are always provided with the latest in technology and design. Nike provides game, practice and off-court apparel including jerseys, performance shorts, warm-ups, sweat suits, shooting shirts and t-shirts. Marquette players also have a choice of the full line of Jordan Brand game shoes.

NIKE and Marquette continue a long-standing relationship, most visible on the court by the game ball (NIKE Elite).

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GAMEDAY AT MARQUETTE Marquette is 329-87 all-time in 25 seasons at the including a remarkable 179-29 record over the last 12 years.

BMO Harris Bradley Center,

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In 2012-13, Marquette’s average attendance ranked 15th in the nation. Over three million BIG EAST Conference teams compete last season.

third in the BIG EAST and fans watched

2012-13 Attendance Highlights The Golden Eagles ranked 15th in the

nation in average attendance Marquette has ranked in the top-25

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1. 19,144 2. 19.093 3. 19,091 4. 19,087 5. 19,085 6. 19,074 7. 19,041 8. 19,037 9. 19,032 10. 19,021

Syracuse Notre Dame Connecticut Georgetown Georgetown Wisconsin Georgetown DePaul Syracuse Pittsburgh

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he Marquette University men’s basketball program participates in numerous team and individual service projects throughout the

course of the year, both on campus and in the community. The year is highlighted by Al’s Run & Walk for Children’s Hospital, founded by former Marquette head coach Al McGuire.

Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk MU continued it’s tradition of involvement with the Briggs & Al's Run & Walk for Children’s Hospital, participating in several pre-race activities. Every member of the team spent the morning with 200 Children's Champions. The Golden Eagles signed autographs prior to the start of the race and also cheered on the crowd as they began the route through downtown Milwaukee.

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Isaac Chew Has recruited and coached several players who have moved on to the professional level Has helped multiple programs to NCAA appearances during his coaching career

Wesley Matthews Jerel McNeal Milt Palacio

Owns coaching stops in the Big Ten and Big 12

Rodney Rogers

Jerry Wainwright

Brian Skinner

In possession of 16 years of head coaching experience at the NCAA Division I level (DePaul, Richmond, UNC-Wilmington) Helped Wake Forest to four-straight NCAA appearances and coached Rodey Rogers, Randolph Childress and Tim Duncan Claimed over 200 collegiate victories as a head coach

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Washington, Charlotte, Golden St. Toronto Chicago Toronto New York, Denver Portland, Detroit Dallas San Antonio Detroit Pistons Phoenix, Golden State Minnesota, Oklahoma City Dallas, Washington, Utah, Minnesota LA Lakers Seattle, Vancouver, Utah Atlanta, Golden State, Charlotte, Chicago, Memphis, Golden State Utah, Portland New Orleans, Toronto, Utah Vancouver, Boston, Phoenix, Cleveland, Toronto, Utah Denver, LA Clippers, Phoenix, Boston, New Jersey, New Orleans, Philadelphia LA Clippers, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Sacramento, Portland, Phoenix, Memphis Atlanta, New Orleans, Cleveland Philadelphia, New Orleans Washington New Jersey, Dallas, Toronto, Sacramento

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SPORTS PERFORMANCE Sports Performance Philosophy at Marquette Sports Performance is an integral part of the athletes' periodized year round training at Marquette University. The Student-Athlete Performance staff works closely with each coaching staff and sports medicine to develop a program appropriate for their sport, catering to the strengths and weaknesses of the individual athletes. Conditioning workouts train for the metabolic demands of the sport through the manipulation of work intervals, rest intervals, movements and distances. Sport specific conditioning tests are performed throughout the year in order to monitor changes in fitness and speed, as well, as to motivate the athletes to perform at their highest level during each workout. The sports performance programs are designed to improve strength and durability, as well as teach the body to perform explosively in athletic movements. All workouts are designed to work the entire body, focusing on quality, not quantity.

"I couldn’t leave here to go train somewhere. I wanted to work with Todd. I know there’s some great people out there and they do some great things, and I’m not trying to knock them, but Todd knows exactly what I need. He knows exactly how to make me mad, how to push me. He knows exactly what to do just to get me to keep pushing no matter what.”

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Team Chef

Dominic James

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Pro Agility

Vander Blue

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Wesley Matthews

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Prior to his time at Marquette University, Marvin spent several years at Alverno College as a production manager and has many years in the hospitality and culinary industry.

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Chef Marvin Hazley is in his fifth year with Sodexo at Marquette University, currently running the Training Table program that is designed to provide custom, healthy, well balanced meals for Marquette University athletes. Marvin’s ownership, dedication and commitment to the athlete’s well-being and well balanced diet is truly a one of a kind dining experience. Creating fresh seasonal dishes on a daily basis with a personal touch is a passion for Chef, Marvin Hazley.

He brings his knowledge from his past experiences, and his own personal experience as a father to the Training Table program to mentor and introduce the athletes to different ways of viewing dining experiences and food in general. Marvin is married to Pamela Jones and has five children; Melanie, Monique, Mario, Jovon and Darril. 23


he Student-Athlete Performance component of Student-Athlete Support Services includes the areas of Academic Support, Sports Medicine and Sports Performance. The staff members in these departments work together to provide services that maximize the opportunity for each studentathlete to prosper, academically and athletically.

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Services are offered to ensure physical, mental, and emotional well-being and individual programs are developed for student-athletes that request or require specific attention to needs in the areas of health, nutrition, performance enhancement, time management and academic success. Medical and performance enhancement services are provided to Marquette University’s student-athletes yearround in two facilities, while academic support is provided year-round, seven-days-per-week in The Eagles Nest in the Al McGuire Center. While the emphasis in the departments that constitute the Student-Athlete Performance component is on preparing each individual for success as a Marquette University student-athlete, it is also each department’s goal to prepare the student-athlete for success following the completion of their academic degree(s) and athletic career.

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Bachelor of Science Biomedical Engineering

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Greg Clausen

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Jon Harris

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

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Oluoma Nnamaka

Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs

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Cordell Henry

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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David Diggs

Computer Engineering and Masters of Computer Engineering

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Robert Jackson

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Terry Sanders

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Scott Merritt

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Marcus Jackson

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Travis Diener

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Todd Townsend

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Mike Kinsella

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies,

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Joe Chapman

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Steve Novak

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies,

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Chris Grimm

Bachelor of Arts in History

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Jamil Lott

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

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Craig Kuphall

Bachelor of Arts in Military Science & Leadership

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Ousmane Barro

Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare & Justice

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Dan Fitzgerald

Bachelor of Science in Marketing

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Tommy Brice

Pre-Physical Therapy

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Trend Blackledge

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Dwight Burke

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Wesley Matthews

Bachelor of Arts in Advertising

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Dominic James

Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations

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Jerel McNeal

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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Maurice Acker

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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MARQUETTE

BLUE & GOLD

Athletic Scholarship Fund Marquette’s ability to attract and retain exceptional student-athletes depends upon the willingness of thousands of donors to support the Blue & Gold

134 EQUIVALENT ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS based on our 16 intercollegiate sports, but last year we had the funds to award only 99 eqivalent scholarship opportunities. Can we count on your help? Fund. The NCAA allows Marquette to offer

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AWARDS

BANQUET Nearly 400

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BIG EAST Conference championship trophy and other special features.

2012-13 AWARD WINNERS Best Performance In A Supporting Role - Barb Kellaher | Hank Raymonds Sportsmanship Award - Jamal Ferguson | Dwyane Wade Legacy of Leadership Award - Derrick Wilson | Standard of 30

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Create for Others - Junior Cadougan | Sixth Man of the Year - Davante Gardner | Most Improved Player - Vander Blue | Defensive Player of the Year - Trent Lockett | One Shining Moment Award - Jake Thomas | Wesley Matthews "Just Today" Award - Steve Taylor, Jr. | Lazar Hayward "Everyday Tough" Award - Chris Otule | Rob Frozena "We Are Marquette" Award - Jamil Wilson | Joseph Fulce "WDYL? 1%" Award - Todd Mayo | Jimmy Butler "Only Now Exists" Award - Junior Cadougan | "Sacrifice For The String" Award - Juan Anderson Most Valuable Performer - Vander Blue | Character Revealed Award - Junior Cadougan

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BUZZ’S The Fifth Annual Texas Style Bar-B-Q Nearly 1,300 people attended the Marquette Athletics Backyard BBQ, hosted by Buzz Williams at the Central Mall on Marquette's campus. The event, in its sixth year, was attended by fans of all ages and included activity areas with various MU student-athletes.

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MEDIA EXPOSURE

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he Marquette basketball program enjoys a media spotlight that reaches across the nation, consisting of coverage by both print and electronic media outlets, best illustrated by the team’s constant television appearances. Marquette basketball is recognized on a state, regional and national level. Media exposure is an integral part of building and maintaining a program and MU basketball has significant appeal around the country. Marquette has made over 300 TELEVISION APPEARANCES SINCE 2002 and thanks to its affiliation with the BIG EAST Conference will once again enjoy the benefits of onr of the best television packages in all of collegiate basketball.

Marquette players and coaches conduct hundreds of interviews throughout the course of the season, appearing at the local, regional and national level.

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Highlights of the BIG EAST Television Package:

• FOX SPORTS 1 will broadcast over 100 LEAGUE REGULAR-SEASON GAMES.

• Each game of the conference tournament will appear LIVE ON FOX SPORTS 1.

• MU has earned 114 national television appearances since 2007-08.


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Marquette’s NBA history includes a tremendous amount of individual and team success, highlighted by six former players who have claimed eight championships.

Dwyane Wade Dwyane Wade most recently guided the Miami Heat to the title in 2012-13 and Dean Meminger was a member of the 1972-73 New York Knicks, becoming MU’s first-ever NBA champion.

Wade captured MVP honors in the NBA finals in 2005-06, helping Miami to the championship. He claimed his third title with the Heat in 2012-13.

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1979-80 2005-06 2011-12 2011-12 2007-08

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MARQUETTE IN THE

NBA

56 players selected in the NBA Draft and 12 in the ABA Draft beginning with its first, Gene Berce in 1948. In 2003, Dwyane Wade became the fifth Marquette basketball player to be selected in the first round Marquette has had

when the Miami Heat made him the fifth overall selection.

e plays hard, he competes. For a player that

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comes seemingly out of nowhere and has

to fight for everything, that's what you like to see.

- Kobe Bryant on Wesley Matthews 38


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RIVERS

GLENN “DOC”

"I came to Marquette University wanting to be a basketball player, and I got that and a lot more. The years I spent at MU were some of my best years...in basketball, the classroom, on campus, ... everywhere. You cannot beat the Marquette experience!"

Doc Rivers Doc Rivers became the sixth former Marquette player to claim an NBA Championship when he guided the Boston Celtics to the title in 2007-08. The championship was the first in 22 years for the storied franchise. An All-American at Marquette in 1982, Doc closed out his career with 1,234 points and still ranks prominently among the school's all-time leaders in points, assists and steals. Following his college days, Rivers enjoyed a 13-year career in the NBA playing for the Atlanta Hawks, Los Angeles Clippers, New York Knicks and San Antonio Spurs. During the course of his career, he averaged 10.9 points, 5.7 assists and 3.0 rebounds. Rivers was selected to play in the 1988 NBA All-Star Game and was honored by the Pro Basketball Writers with the 1990 J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award. Following his retirement in 1996, Rivers joined TNT as a basketball analyst and served in that capacity until June 1999, when he was named the head coach of the Orlando Magic. In four-plus seasons at the helm of the Magic, he directed the club to three playoff appearances and in 2000 was awarded the Red Auerbach Trophy as the NBA’s Coach of the Year. The 2013-14 season will mark Rivers’ first with the Los Angeles Clippers as head coach.

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Two of the most respected figures in the NBA, Glenn “Doc” Rivers and Dwyane Wade enjoyed another successful season in 2012-2013.

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“Fifty years from now Marquette will still be my team. I’m proud to hear the words ‘ Dwyane 2

Wade from Marquette University’ each time I’m introduced in NBA arenas. It reminds me of who I am and what I learned, but most importantly it reminds me of the people who shared

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One of the most decorated players in Marquette Basketball history, Dwyane Wade had a profound and successful impact during his three-year affiliation with the Golden Eagles' program. Wade helped lead Marquette to 53 victories, two NCAA appearances, the 2003 Final Four and the sixth best winning percentage in Division I in his two seasons of play.

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Wade’s unbelievable final season of play in 2002-03 resulted in a myriad of national recognition. He was named a first team Associated Press All-American, the school's first such selection since 1978, one of five finalists for the Wooden Award, and also garnered Conference USA’s Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year awards.

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Wade has become one of the marquee superstars since being selected fifth overall by the Miami Heat in the 2003 NBA Draft. In just his third NBA season, Wade helped lead his team to a six-game victory over the Dallas Mavericks in the 2006 NBA Finals by averaging 34.7 points and 7.8 rebounds. His record-breaking finals performance earned him MVP honors. He followed that up with his second title in 2011-12, helping the Heat down the Oklahoma City Thunder and Miami downed the Spurs in 2012-13 for his third World Championship. Wade is an eight-time All-Star, was a first team All-NBA and All-NBA defensive team selection, and has represented his country in international competition on numerous occasions.

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MARQUETTE

FAMILY

LED BY HEAD COACH BUZZ WILLIAMS, THE MARQUETTE B COMMITTED TO CREATING THE BEST POSSIBLE E THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, EACH

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BASKETBALL FAMILY IS A LARGE, CLOSE-KNIT, SELFLESS, TEAM-ORIENTED GROUP THAT IS ENVIRONMENT FOR THE STUDENT-ATHLETE. FROM THE WILLIAMS FAMILY, TO MEMBERS OF H WILL PLAY A ROLE IN SHAPING THE STUDENT-ATHLETES’ EXPERIENCE AT MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY.

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AFTER

MARQUETTE

Former Marquette basketball players have gone on to successful careers in medicine, insurance, banking, sales, and government as a result of their Marquette education.

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he 2012-13 campaign continued Marquette’s strong tradition of success on the court, which included numerous team and individual accomplishments.

Season Highlights • NCAA Elite Eight (first time since 2003 and seventh time in MU history) • BIG EAST Conference regular season co-champions (first-ever BIG EAST title) • 26-9 overall (third-most wins in school history) • 14-4 BIG EAST (28 league victories last two seasons are most of any BIG EAST program) • Eighth-straight NCAA Championship appearance • Third-straight Sweet 16 appearance • Eighth-straight 20-win season • Eighth-straight BIG EAST Championship quarterfinal appearance • Matched program best with 14 BIG EAST wins (also 14-4 in 2011-12) • Finished undefeated at home for second-straight year in league play • 24 national television broadcasts • Ranked 15/11 in the final polls (one of six schools to finish in top-20 of coaches poll last three years) • Finished 15th in the nation in attendance (15,033 per game), seventh-straight top-15 finish 46


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Back Row: Center Row: Front Row: 48

Todd Smith, Jamie McNeilly, Isaac Chew, Brad Autry, Jerry Wainwright, Lyle Wolf, Devin Johnson, Ernest Eugene Jeff Reynolds, Davante Gardner, Chris Otule, Jajuan Johnson, Jamil Wilson, Steve Taylor, Jr., Juan Anderson, Buzz Williams John Dawson, Dylan Flood, Todd Mayo, Jake Thomas, Derrick Wilson, Deonte Burton, Duane Wilson, Lewis Orr


MARQUETTE GOLDEN EAGLES NO.

â„ŚHT.

NAME

WT.

POS.

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HOMETOWN (LAST COLLEGE/HS)

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Jamil Wilson

6-7 230

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Racine, Wis. (Horlick HS)

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Duane Wilson

6-2 180

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Milwaukee, Wis. (Dominican HS)

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John Dawson

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Clovis, N.M. (Clovis HS)

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Todd Mayo

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Huntington, W.Va. (Notre Dame Prep)

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Memphis, Tenn. (Southwind HS)

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Juan Anderson

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Oakland, Calif. (Castro Valley HS)

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Derrick Wilson

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Anchorage, Alaska (The Hotchkiss School)

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Jake Thomas

6-3 205

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Racine, Wis. (St. Catherine's HS)

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Steve Taylor, Jr.

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Chicago, Ill. (Simeon HS)

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Deonte Burton

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Milwaukee, Wis. (Vincent HS)

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Dylan Flood

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Lemont, Ill. (Benet Academy HS)

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Chris Otule

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Richmond, Texas (Ft. Bend Bush)

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Davante Gardner

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Suffolk, Va. (King's Fork HS)

Head Coach Assistant Coaches

Buzz Williams

(Oklahoma City, 1994)

Brad Autry

(NW Oklahoma St., 1991)

Isaac Chew

(Avila, 1999)

Jerry Wainwright (Colorado College, 1968) Dir. of Basketball Operations Coord. of Student-Athlete Development Video Coordinator

Jeff Reynolds

(UNC Greensboro, 1978)

Jamie McNeilly

(New Orleans, 2007)

Devin Johson

(New Orleans, 2008)

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RACINE, WIS.

Horlick H.S.

PERSONAL Birth Date Nov. 21, 1990 Hometown Milwaukee, Wis. Family Son of James Wilson Has two sisters, Kamisha and Jazmin Education Majoring in Sociology

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Consensus top-100 nationally ranked prospect ... Was rated the 30th-best overall player in 2009 by Scout.com, 31st in the ESPNU 100 and 57th by HoopScoopOnline.com ... Helped lead Racine's Horlick High School to the state championship game in 2008-09 ... Posted season averages of 21.2 points, 10.2 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 2.9 blocks per game ... The Rebels posted an overall record of 24-2 that season and Wilson was tabbed first team allstate by the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and the Associated Press. Was named the All-Racine County Player of the Year for the secondstraight season ... Was the first county player to claim the accolade by himself in back-to-back years ... Finished second on Horlick's all-time scoring list and was tabbed the league's most valuable player.


200910 S E AS O N

- O R EG O N

Played for Oregon and started 14 of the 26 games he appeared in for the Ducks Averaged 4.7 points and 3.2 rebounds per game under head coach Ernie Kent Netted a personal-best 12 points on two occasions Grabbed a collegiate-high nine rebounds in the team's victory over Colorado State

201011 S E AS O N Redshirted after transferring from Oregon.

201112 S E AS O N Claimed MU’s Defensive Player of the Year Award Finished 10th in the BIG EAST in blocks (1.38 bpg) Started in 15 of his 34 appearances on the year Fourth on the team in scoring in league games

201213 S E AS O N Received MU’s Rebounding Effort Award and “We Are Marquette” Award Led the team in rebounding and was third in scoring Competed in Athletes In Action foreign tour to Lithuania

YEAR

GP GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG

2011-12 34 15

821 24.1 95-212 44.8

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HUNTINGTON, W.VA. PERSONAL

Notre Dame Prep

Birth Date March 26, 1991 Hometown Huntington, W.V. Family Son of Alisha and Todd Mayo Brother, O.J., plays for the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks Also has three younger brothers Jeremiah, Tanner and Corey. Education Majoring in communication studies.

Helped Notre Dame Prep to the National Prep Championship game in 2010-11 ... Averaged 22.0 points and 6.0 assists per game ... In the three outings at the national tournament, averaged 28.3 points per contest to lead all players ... The team posted an overall record of 33-4 ... Was ranked among the top-10 players in the region. Played at Germantown High School in Tennessee in 2009-10 and at rival Houston High School as a junior in 2008. As a sophomore in 2007-08, averaged 22.6 points per game and shot 47.0 percent from the floor at South Point High School in Ohio ... Led the Pointers to an undefeated 20-0 overall record in the regular season and the program's first Ohio Valley Conference title since 1990. Played football as a freshman in high school before focusing on basketball.

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201112 S E AS O N Made his collegiate debut vs. Mount St. Mary's (Nov. 11) Claimed program’s Sixth Man of the Year Award Appeared in all 35 games, earning a pair of starts Finished fifth on the team in scoring (7.9 ppg.) Scored double figures in points in 16 outings Knocked down six field field goals en route to a 14-point performance and grabbed a career-high five rebounds in win at Wisconsin (Dec. 3)

201213 S E AS O N Received the Joseph Fulce "WDYL? 1%" Award Recorded a full stat line vs. North Carolina Central (Dec. 29) with a season-high six rebounds to go along with 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting, a pair of steals and a blocked shot Appeared in 23 games off the bench Second on the team in FT percentage (.791) Shot 71.4 percent (5-of-7) from the floor at USF (Feb. 6) and scored a season-high 13 points to pace MU in scoring

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OAKLAND, CALIF.

Castro Valley H.S.

PERSONAL Birth Date April 10, 1993 Hometown Oakland, Calif. Family Son of Patricia Toscano Has two brothers (Avery and Andrew) and one sister (Ariana) Education Majoring in criminology and law studies.

Rated 61st in the country by Rivals.com among all 2011 recruits ... Led Castro Valley High School to a record-setting campaign under head coach Nick Jones in 2010-11 ... Squad posted its most wins ever (30-2) and claimed its first league and sectional titles ... Team also advanced to the Division I title game ... Averaged 16.6 points, 7.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game ... Was named first team all-league and all-metro ... Third team all-state honoree. Averaged 14.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game as a junior ... Helped the Trojans to a 23-7 overall record and was named honorable mention all-metro ... Served as team co-captain and the squad made its firstever appearance in the state playoffs ... Also a unanimous first-team all-conference selection ... Was named to the 15member Long Beach Press-Telegram's 32nd Annual Best in the West squad as a junior. Chipped in 5.0 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game as a sophomore. Joined the varsity squad as a freshman and played on the AAU circuit with the Oakland Rebels.

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201112 S E AS O N Claimed MU’s Standard of Academic Excellence Award Made his MU debut vs. Mississippi (Nov. 20) Made first collegiate field goal, and in seven minutes off the bench, added five rebounds and an assist in win at Wisconsin (Dec. 3) Appeared in 24 games off the bench Picked up three defensive rebounds in just 11 minutes of action at West Virginia (Feb. 24)

201213 S E AS O N Earned the Darius Johnson-Odom "Sacrifice For The String" Award Played 21 minutes in the season-opener vs. Colgate (Nov. 11) and contributed nine points and nine rebounds, both were career-highs First collegiate start came vs. Butler (Nov. 19) Started and saw 16 minutes of action, grabbing a pair of rebounds in Marquette's 59-58 over Davidson (March 23) in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament Started 31 of the team’s 35 games

YEAR

GP GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG

2011-12 24

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71

1

34

36

13

26

109

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0

109

9.6

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6-9

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PERSONAL Birth Date January 29, 1992 Hometown Anchorage, Alaska Family Son of Dennis and Sheila Wilson Has two brothers, Dennis and Damar, and one sister, Shiborne Education Majoring in corporate communication.

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

Hotchkiss School Four-time All-New England selection at The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Conn., under head coach Fred Benjamin ... Three-time player of the year in the league ... Served as team captain for three seasons ... Helped team to four league titles and the squad lost just two conference games during his tenure ... Squad also finished first in the tri-state area all four years and competed in the all-region tournament ... Named program's best offensive player final three years ... Contributed 17.0 points, 6.0 assists, 5.6 rebounds and 4.0 steals per game as a senior ... McDonald's All-American nominee ... Averaged 23 points, 8 assists, 8 rebounds and 5 steals per game as a junior. Chipped in 19.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists per outing as a sophomore and helped lead the team to the semifinals of the tri-state tournament ... Was tabbed to the tri-state first team squad and claimed a pair of most valuable player honors during regular season tourney action ... Named to several all-star squads on the AAU circuit and participated in the NBA Top 100 Camp on a pair of occasions.

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201112 S E AS O N Earned MU’s Joseph Fulce “WDYL? 1%” Award Appeared in 33 games, earning two starts Played 16 minutes in his collegiate debut, dishing out four assists in the season opener vs. Mount St. Mary's (Nov. 11) First career start came in win at Wisconsin Registered his first collegiate blocked shot vs. Northern Colorado (Dec. 17) Finished year with just nine turnovers in 292 minutes

201213 S E AS O N Named recipient of Dwyane Wade Legacy of Leadership Award Collected best assist-to-turnover ratio (3.00) on the roster Finished third on the team in steals (25) Had a career-best seven assists in addition to two steals vs. UMBC (Nov. 26) Scored a career-high six points against Florida (Nov. 29) Appeared in all 35 games off the bench

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GP GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG

2011-12 33 2012-13 35

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48

70

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RACINE, WIS.

St. Catherine's H.S. PERSONAL Birth Date June 22, 1991 Hometown Racine, Wis. Family Son of Greg and Jill Thomas Has one brother, Bryan Education Earned bachelor's degree in corporate communications in August 2013 ... plans to pursue masters in leadership studies.

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Key part of Racine St. Catherine's run to the WIAA Division 3 state championship in 2008-09 ... Averaged 15.1 points as a senior along with 4.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.6 steals per game. Named to the AP All-State third team ... Named to the AP's All-State tournament team ... Scored career-high 34 points in the WIAA Division 3 state semifinals... In 2007-08, he averaged 13 points, four rebounds and three assists per game ... Shot 42 percent from three-point range and 83 percent from the free-throw line .. As a sophomore, he averaged 10.3 points per game and hit 51 percent of his three-point attempts.


200910 S E AS O N

- S O U T H DA KOTA

Named to the Great West Conference's All-Newcomer team & All-GWC honorable mention Played in all 32 games as a guard and missed one start due to a wrist injury Averaged 13.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.0 steals Posted 22 double-figure scoring games

201011 S E AS O N

- S O U T H DA KOTA

Shares South Dakota's single-game record for three pointers (10) Also is eighth all-time in three-pointers made in South Dakota history (178) All-Great West Conference honorable mention Appeared in 31 of USD's 33 games, starting 21 Scored a career-high of 40 against Chicago State

201112 S E AS O N Redshirted after transferring from South Dakota Claimed MU’s Standard of Academic Excellence Award

201213 S E AS O N Earned MU’s Standard of Academic Excellence and One Shining Moment Award Made Golden Eagle debut vs. Colgate (Nov. 11) Collected season-high five rebounds vs. Butler (Nov. 19) Participated in European tour in August of 2013

YEAR

GP GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG

2012-13 23

0

206

9.0

13-42

31.0

10-36

27.8

6-8

75.0

2

20

22

1.0

12

0

13

5

2

6

42

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206

9.0

13-42

31.0

10-36

27.8

6-8

75.0

2

20

22

1.0

12

0

13

5

2

6

42

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CHICAGO, ILL. PERSONAL Birth Date February 15, 1993 Hometown Chicago, Ill. Family Son of Steve Taylor Sr. and Diana Cooper Has four brothers (Demetrius Cooper, Marquell Rose, Rashad Lockhart and Javonte Taylor) and one sister (Diana Taylor) Education Majoring in digital media.

Simeon H.S. First team all-state selection by Associated Press and the Chicago Tribune ... Helped lead Chicago's Simeon High School to three-straight state championships ... Team compiled an overall record of 63-3 in his two years as a full-time starter ... Grabbed 15 rebounds in the state title game as a senior ... Averaged 16 points, 9 rebounds, 3 blocks and 3 assists per game in 201112 ... McDonald's All-America High School Basketball honoree. Nationally recognized recruit under head coach Robert Smith ... Ranked 73rd overall by Scout.com and 109th by Rivals.com ... Ranked 15th and 24th, respectively, at his position by each of those outlets ... ESPN.com placed him 22nd amongst all small forwards in the nation and 83rd in the ESPNU 100. Taylor averaged 9.5 points and 7.0 rebounds per game as a junior, helping the program to a 30-2 overall record ... Netted 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the Wolverines' supersectional victory over Farragut ... Was named All-State Special Mention by the Chicago Tribune as a junior ... Suits up on the AAU circuit with the Mac Irvin Fire.

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201213 S E AS O N Earned the team's Wesley Matthews "Just Today" Award Made MU debut in season opener vs. Colgate (Nov. 11) Chipped in five points in 10 minutes of action vs. Mississippi State (Nov. 20) Chipped in six rebounds to go along with a season-high 10 points vs. Savannah State (Dec. 15) in 19 minutes of action Led MU with season-high eight rebounds, including six on the offensive end, at Villanova (Feb. 23), while also recording four points and a pair of blocks Finished third on the roster in offensive rebounds Appeared in all 35 games off the bench

YEAR

GP GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG

2012-13 35

0

302

8.6

43-81

53.1

3-12

25.0 16-27

59.3 36

37

73

2.1

18

0

7

14

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13

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3.0

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302

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43-81

53.1

3-12

25.0 16-27

59.3 36

37

73

2.1

18

0

7

14

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13

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PERSONAL Birth Date January 4, 1990

RICHMOND, TEXAS

Ft.Bend BushH.S.

Hometown Houston, Texas Family Son of Catherine and Anthony Otule one of three children

First team all-region selection as a senior at Ft. Bend Bush High School in Richmond, Texas under head coach

Education Earned bachelor's in professional communication in the spring of 2013

Ronnie Courtney ... posted season

Currently pursuing second degree in advertising.

helped squad to overall record of 25-9

averages of 14.2 points, 9.5 rebounds and 6.3 blocks per game ... was also tabbed to the all-district first team ... and an appearance in the regional quarterfinals ... named the program's defensive player of the year ... posted season averages of 5.0 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game as a junior ... served as team captain in 2007-08 ... collected three triple-doubles on the year ... competed at the AAU level with the Houston Lynx.

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200809 S E AS O N Chipped in three points, one block and a rebound against Western Carolina in MU debut Scored career-best four points on two occasions (Presbyterian & Cincinnati) Appeared in nine games as a reserve after missing first 10 contests because of injury

200910 S E AS O N Saw action in just three games after suffering season-ending foot injury Earned first career start in the victory over Grambling State Averaged 3.7 points and 2.0 rebounds

201011 S E AS O N Career-high 9 rebounds vs. Georgetown (Feb. 13) Recorded career-high four blocked shots four times Otule's 55 blocks was the most by an MU player in a single-season since Faisal Abraham (84) in 1996-97 Received team’s Most Improved Player Award

201112 S E AS O N Named MU’s winner of the Wesley Matthews “Just Today” Award Started team’s first eight games before knee injury ended season Chipped in 5.0 points and 4.4 boards per game

201213 S E AS O N Earned the Lazar Hayward "Everyday Tough" Award Current ranks fifth all-time at Marquette in blocked shots with 114 One of two players to start all 35 games

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GP GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

9 0 3 1 37 35 8 8 35 35

36.4 62.5 55.3 60.0 63.4

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0 0 0

4-10 1-6 42-72 10-19 23-49

10 6 134 35 124

1.1 9 2.0 5 3.6 100 4.4 19 3.5 58

0 0 3 0 0

0 0 5 1 8

6 3 39 13 30

5 5 55 13 36

0 0 11 7 7

12 11 188 40 179

1.3 3.7 5.1 5.0 5.1

TOTAL 92 79 1496 16.3 175-299 58.5

0-0

0

80-156 51.3 139 170 309

3.4 191

3

14

91

114

25

430

4.7

60 6.7 4-11 25 8.3 5-8 651 17.6 73-132 142 17.8 15-25 618 17.7 78-123

40.0 5 16.7 5 58.3 58 52.6 13 46.9 58

5 1 76 22 66

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SUFFOLK, VA.

King's Fork H.S. Concluded his three-year varsity career at King's Fork High School in Suffolk, Va., with 1,431 points and 992 rebounds under head coach Josh Worrell . PERSONAL Birth Date September 2, 1991 Hometown Suffolk, Va. Family Son of Audie and Sheila Gardner Mother played basketball at Elizabeth City State University Education Majoring in communication studies.

Became just the third player in school history to collect more than 1,000 points ... Was an All-Eastern Region selection in 2009-10 after helping the Bulldogs to their second-straight district championship and third-straight district tournament title ... Also voted the city's player of the year and was tabbed to the all-city team. Tabbed to the Virginia High School Coaches Association Group AAA AllState Team and all-district squad (second-straight year) as a senior ... Averaged 22.2 points, 12.2 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game ... Collected 21 double-doubles in 27 outings. As a junior in 2008-09, was a second team all-state honoree and helped King's Fork to the Group AAA state championship ... Team claiming a 49-47 win over Williams Fleming HS in the title matchup ... Averaged 15.6 points and 7.6 rebounds per contest that season for the Bulldogs, who finished the season 31-1 overall.

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201011 S E AS O N Earned the program’s Sixth Man of the Year Award Recorded a career-high 17 points in his first collegiate game on perfect 7-for-7 shooting from the field vs. Prairie View A&M Went 5-of-6 from the free throw line and 2-of-2 from the floor for nine points in a career-high 18 mintues vs. Wisconsin (Dec. 11) Scored 16 points vs. North Carolina (Mar. 25) in the NCAA Regional Semifinal

201112 S E AS O N Earned MU’s Jimmy Butler “Only Now Exists” Award Finished third in the BIG EAST in field goal percentage (.561) Was third on the team in scoring (9.5 ppg.) Started 12 of the 27 games in which he appeared

201213 S E AS O N Named BIG EAST Sixth Man of the Year and honorable mention all-league Led the league in FG percentage (.585) and was fourth in FT percentage (.835) Selected to NCAA All-East Region Team Second on the team in scoring (11.5 ppg.) and rebounding (4.8 rpg.)

YEAR

GP GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG

2010-11 33

57.6

0-0

00.0 46-61

75.4 35

38

73

2.2

45

1

10

20

5

4

152

4.6

2011-12 27 12

0

516 19.1 88-157 56.1

0-2

00.0 80-106 75.5 71

73

144

5.3

69

1

19

33

5

21

256

9.5

2012-13 35

751 21.5 127-217 58.5

1-5

20.0 147-176 83.5 72

97

169 4.83 72

0

31

57

20

23

402 11.5

TOTAL 95 12 1563 16.5 268-466 57.5

1-7

20.0 273-343 79.6 178 208 386

2

60 110

30

48

810

0

296

9.0

53-92

4.1 186

8.5

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MILWAUKEE, WIS.

DominicanH.S. Consensus top-100 nationally ranked recruit ... Ranked 51st by Rivals.com, 53rd by ESPN.com, 68th by CBSSports.com and 71st by Scout.com. Led Dominican High School to the state championship as a senior, netting 19 points in the title game ... Unanimous First Team All-State honoree by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a senior ... Two-time conference most valuable player ... Contributed 23.8 points, 4.7 assists and 4.5 rebounds per game in 2012-13 and shot 61.0 percent from the floor overall. PERSONAL Birth Date September 22, 1994 Hometown Milwaukee, Wis. Family LaShonda Lever and Duane Wilson, Sr. Has one brother, Josiah Education Undecided on a major.

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Second team all-state honoree by the Associated Press as a junior in 2011-12 ... Helped Milwaukee's Dominican High School to a 27-1 record and a state championship under head coach Paul Wollersheim as a junior ... Posted season averages of 18.8 points, 5.6 assists, 4.3 rebounds and 3.1 steals per game for the Knights. Unanimous Division 4 all-state selection by the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association his final two seasons.


CLOVIS, N.M.

Clovis H.S. Named first team all-state as a senior under head coach Matt King ... Led program to state championship game, its third-consecutive trip to at least the tournament semifinals ... Squad posted a 23-7 overall record in 2012-13 ... Averaged 15.0 points, 5.0 assists and 4.0 rebounds per game and helped squad to district title. Helped lead the squad to the district championship and the state tournament semifinals in 2011-12 ... Averaged 18.0 points, 9.0 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game and was a first team all-state honoree by the New Mexico High School Coaches Association in that season. Ranked as the top player in the state of New Mexico by several media outlets ... First team preseason all-state selection entering his senior campaign ... Has been a member of the varsity team each season at Clovis ... Played travel basketball with BYC Elite under head coach Michael Clay.

PERSONAL Birth Date April 12, 1995 Hometown Clovis, N.M. Family Son of Gerri and David Dawson One of nine children (Gerreyea, Dewayne, Autumn, Dondre, Rashaud, LaShayda, Charmaine and Kellen) Education Majoring in psychology. 67


MEMPHIS, TENN.

Southwind H.S. Consensus top-100 nationally ranked recruit ... Ranked 27th by ESPN.com, 32nd by Scout.com, 35th by Rivals.com and 42nd overall by CBSSports.com.

PERSONAL Birth Date March 18, 1994 Hometown Memphis, Tenn. Family Son of Frashaundra Williams and Julius Johnson Has one brother, Julius, and one sister, Alexis Education Majoring in digital media.

Led Southwind High School in Memphis, Tenn., to state championship as a senior under head coach Paul Edwards ... Squad posted an overall record of 34-6 ... Named most valuable player in the title matchup, finishing with 23 points ... Tabbed all-state by the TWSA ... Concluded his senior season averaging 20.3 points and 5.3 rebounds per game while shooting 50.9 percent from the field overall. Averaged 22.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 3.1 steals per game as a junior .. Was the most valuable player in the district for the regular season and tournament and finished second in the state's Mr. Basketball voting. Competed on the AAU circuit with Bluff City Legends ... Nephew of Atlanta Hawks guard Louis Williams.

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MILWAUKEE, WIS.

Vincent H.S. Consensus top-100 nationally ranked recruit ... Ranked 39th by ESPN.com, 51st by CBSSports.com, 52nd by Rivals.com and 54th by Scout.com ... named third team all-state by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a senior and first team all-state honoree by the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association in 2012-13 ... Also tabbed first team all-conference ... McDonald's AllAmerican nominee. Averaged 17.2 points and 10.7 rebounds per game, helping squad to 20-5 overall record and appearance in sectional semifinals ... Began prep career at Milwaukee Vincent as a freshman and returned to the school for his junior campaign in 2011-12 ... Posted season averages of 21.0 points and 1.0 rebounds for a team that finished 17-7 overall and advanced to the regional finals under head coach Marquis Hines.

PERSONAL Birth Date January 31, 1994 Hometown Milwaukee, Wis. Family Son of Barbara and Charles Burton Has five brothers (Demario Burton, Omar Burton, Charles Grafton, Prentiss Grafton and Keylow Rogers) and one sister (Nicole Grafton) Education Majoring in communication studies.

Played one season at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H. ... In 2010-11, averaged 6.0 points per game as a sophomore on a team that finished 333 overall and had eight players sign with NCAA Division I programs.

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LEMONT, ILL.

Benet Academy Four-year letterwinner at Benet Academy under head coach Gene Heidkamp.

PERSONAL Birth Date September 30, 1991 Hometown Oak Lawn, Ill. Family Son of Thomas and Christine Flood Has one sister (Katie) and two brothers (Alex and Jack) Education Majoring in marketing.

Team co-captain as a senior in 2009-10 ... Helped squad to conference championship as a senior, the school's first title since 1996 ... Squad was 26-4 overall and 13-0 in league action ... Fell to eventual state champion in double overtime in super sectional. Contributed 11.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game ... Named to league's senior all-star squad. Was a four-year letterwinner in football and owns the school record for longest touchdown reception (96 yards).

201213 S E AS O N Named to the 2012-13 BIG EAST All-Academic Team Made his Marquette debut in the Maui Invitational vs. Mississippi State (Nov. 20) Swatted a ball at Seton Hall (Feb. 19) to record a block

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Two words have served as the foundation for sixth-year head coach Buzz Williams' program at Marquette University since he was officially hired on April 8, 2008

CHARACTER REVEALED. Because of the values and work ethic contained within that philosophy, the Golden Eagles were able to add

Elite Eight and Conference Champions in 2012-13 as two-word extensions to the squad's impressive list of accomplishments during his tenure.

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Williams has guided Marquette to five-straight NCAA tournament appearances (eight overall for Marquette), including the program's first participation in the regional finals since 2003. Continuing the University's proud tradition of success on the court, MU has remained a fixture in the national rankings, claimed wins over multiple nationally ranked teams and been extremely competitive in the BIG EAST Conference (28 wins the last two years combined). Player development continues to be a critical component of the program's foundation, best illustrated by six players earning a spot on a National Basketball Association (NBA) roster during Williams' tenure. Four of those players (two first-round picks) were selected in the NBA Draft, including a pair of Golden Eagles in 2012.

SIX PLAYERS have earned spots on NBA Rosters during Williams’ tenure. FOUR were selected in the NBA DRAFT The team's success since Williams assumed the reigns at MU in 2008, helped him earn an invitation by USA Basketball to serve as a court coach for the Men's U19 World Championship Team training camp in June of 2013. The opportunity is the first for Williams on the international level. Off the court, Williams and his staff assembled a consensus top-25 recruiting class for the third time during his tenure, including a group rated as high as No. 1 in the country by HoopScoopOnline.com (2008-09). The program's 2013 class, which features a trio of top-100 prospects, has been rated a consensus top-15 collection by national media experts. The program's community service efforts have also reached new heights under Williams, highlighted by "Buzz's Bunch." This group, founded by Williams, focuses on providing opportunities for special needs children to attend games and summer camps. The Golden Eagles have also continued and strengthened their long-standing relationships with the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.

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The Golden Eagles posted a 26-9 overall record in 2012-13, highlighted by the BIG EAST Conference regular season title and a trip to the Elite Eight in Washington, D.C. MU was 14-4 in league action and concluded the year undefeated at home in all games, which helped the squad to its first-ever BIG EAST championship (14-4 for second-straight year). Marquette concluded the campaign ranked among the nation's top-20 programs and both Vander Blue (second team) and Davante Gardner (honorable mention) were named all-league. Gardner was also voted the BIG EAST Sixth Man of the Year and senior Junior Cadougan was tabbed recipient of the BIG EAST Sportsmanship Award. MU's 27 victories in 2011-12 were the second-most in program history and included a 14-4 mark in BIG EAST Conference action, which led to a second-place finish. The team made back-to-back Sweet 16 appearances for the first time in 35 years and was undefeated at home in conference action. The Golden Eagles claimed the 2011 Paradise Jam championship and finished the year ranked in the top-10 nationally. Senior forward Jae Crowder was tabbed BIG EAST Conference Player of the Year and he also garnered All-America accolades along with teammate Darius Johnson-Odom. Marquette claimed 22 victories in 2010-11, including a road victory at eventual national champion Connecticut and a quarterfinal appearance in the league tourney, en route to being tabbed a No. 11 seed in the NCAA's. The Golden Eagles posted upset wins over No. 6 seed Xavier and No. 3 seed Syracuse to claim a spot in the round of 16, which marked the furthest the team had advanced since 2003. Senior forward Jimmy Butler garnered all-conference accolades for the secondstraight year and junior guard Darius Johnson-Odom earned a spot on the All-BIG EAST Second Team. MU also concluded the year ranked nationally in the top-25 poll thanks to its NCAA run.

2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08

Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach

Marquette Marquette Marquette Marquette Marquette Marquette

NCAA Elite Eight NCAA Sweet Sixteen NCAA Sweet Sixteen NCAA First Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round

2006-07

Head Coach

New Orleans

2005-06 2004-05

Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Texas A&M Texas A&M

NCAA Second Round NIT Third Round

2003-04 2002-03 2000-01

Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State

NCAA First Round

The team's character was tested from start to finish in 2009-10, beginning with low preseason expectations from national pundits and concluding with a heartbreaking postseason loss. No team in the nation played in more one-possession games than MU, but that didn't stop the squad from collecting the program's fifth-straight NCAA Championship appearance and 20-win season. Marquette finished 22-12 overall, including an 11-7 mark in the BIG EAST Conference, which was good enough for fifth-place in the 16-team league. Lazar Hayward (Second Team All-BIG EAST) finished second all-time in scoring at MU and four of the program's top-10 all-time scorers have graduated within the past four seasons. Junior forward Jimmy Butler was one of the most improved players in the country and as a result was tabbed honorable mention all-league. Williams directed MU to a 25-10 overall record in 2008-09, which included a schoolrecord 12 BIG EAST victories. The Golden Eagles advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championship and were ranked among the nation's top-25 teams the entire campaign. A pair of players, Jerel McNeal and Wesley Matthews, claimed all-league accolades and McNeal also earned All-America honors.

1999-00

Assistant Coach

Northwestern State

1998-99

Assistant Coach

Texas A&M-Kingsville

1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95

Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Texas-Arlington Texas-Arlington Texas-Arlington Texas-Arlington

1993-94 1992-93

Student Assistant Coach Student Assistant Coach

Oklahoma City Univ. Oklahoma City Univ.

1991-92 1990-91

Student Assistant Coach Student Assistant Coach

Navarro College Navarro College

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Sixth Year

BUZZ

Williams

60 BIG EAST CONFERENCE WINS

122 victories 3 NATIONALLY RANKED RECRUITING CLASSES

8 all-league selections 5 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES

In 2007-08, Williams served as an assistant coach with the Golden Eagles in his first season at Marquette. MU concluded the year 25-10 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2003.

PERSONAL Birth Date September 1, 1972 Hometown Van Alstyne, Texas Education Oklahoma City University 1994 (Bachelor’s in Kinesiology) Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1999 (Master’s in Kinesiology) Family Corey (wife) andchildren Zera (11),Calvin (10), Mason (7) and Addyson (4) 76

His coaching career has included stints as an assistant, associate head and head coach. He is entering his 19th season at the NCAA Division I level, and 2013-14 will mark his seventh campaign as a head coach. Williams has recruited and coached over 20 players who have earned all-conference accolades, including two league players of the year, two conference freshmen of the year and four Associated Press All-Americans (Crowder, Johnson-Odom, McNeal and Hayward). Williams arrived in Milwaukee after serving for one season as the head coach at the University of New Orleans. He guided the Privateers to a 14-win campaign in 2006-07 and his roster featured Bo McCalebb, the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year. UNO claimed fourth place in the Sun Belt's Western Division and advanced to the league tournament quarterfinals. The squad claimed as many victories on the road that season as it had in the previous three seasons combined. His recruiting class for the 2007-08 season was ranked in the top-50 nationally by HoopScoopOnline.com. Prior to UNO, Williams served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Texas A&M for two seasons (2004-05/2005-06) under head coach Billy Gillispie. Both of his recruiting classes with the Aggies were ranked among the best in the nation and featured some of the top-ranked talent at the prep level. The squad made its first NCAA


Tournament appearance in 25 years in 2005-06 and the previous team posted the top turnaround in the nation, improving its win total in 2004-05 by 14 games compared to 2003-04. Williams spent four seasons (2000-01/2003-04) at Colorado State, serving as an assistant the first three seasons before being promoted to associate head coach in 2003-04. Two of his recruiting classes were ranked among the 40-best in the nation, including the 2003 group, which was tabbed No. 1 in the Mountain West Conference. Colorado State made its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 13 years during his tenure and he was named one of the top assistants in the country by HoopScoopOnline.com. Williams was previously an assistant at Northwestern State (1999-2000), Texas A&M- Kingsville (199899) and Texas-Arlington (1994-98). Williams signed the highest-rated recruiting class in the history of the Southland Conference while at Northwestern State. The Demons advanced to their first ever NCAA tourney the following season and two of his recruited players were named all-conference, while one was tabbed Southland Conference Tournament MVP.

The end of the 2012-13

CAMPAIGN marked the program’s

eighth-straight NCAA Championship appearance, FIRST ELITE EIGHT SINCE 2003 and an overall

record of 26-9 His accomplishments at Texas A&M-Kingsville include signing the 1998-99 Lone Star Conference Freshman of the Year and a third team All-America guard. At Texas-Arlington, Williams recruited a Southland Conference Freshman of the Year and signed the first Academic AllAmerican in the school's history. Williams was a student assistant coach from 1992-94 at Oklahoma City University where he assisted the team to the 1994 NAIA championship after it advanced to the Sweet 16 the previous season. Williams served as a student assistant from 1990-92 at Navarro College (Corsicana, Texas) where the team won consecutive conference titles while sporting a 45-17 record during his tenure. He began his career under mentor Lewis Orr, who was inducted into the National Junior College Athletic Association Hall of Fame in 2009 after a 37-year career at the junior college level. Williams was also a student assistant at Oklahoma City University and the program claimed a national title during his senior year.

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Assistant Coach The 2013-14 campaign will mark the sixth with the Marquette men's basketball program for Brad Autry, but his second as an assistant coach after earning a promotion in the summer of 2012. Autry has already made a contribution to the team's recruiting efforts, having helped assemble a 2013 class ranked amongst the top-15 in the nation according to multiple media outlets. In his first four seasons with the Golden Eagles, Autry served as the coordinator of student-athlete development. Autry brings nearly 20 years of experience at the collegiate level to Marquette, having made successful stops at programs including Baylor, Tulsa and Arkansas-Little Rock. He has coached over 30 players over the course of his career who have gone on to play in the professional ranks. Autry arrived in Milwaukee after spending one year at Dekaney High School in Houston, Texas. He served as the fledgling program's head coach as DHS opened its doors in the fall of 2007. Autry directed the school's first team to a 22 - 10 season record and also helped guide his freshman team to the school's first district championship and undefeated record. Prior to Dekaney, Autry spent four seasons as an assistant coach at UALR. He was the final hire of Steve Shields' original staff and played an integral role in the early success of the 78


Shields era at UALR. The program claimed back-to-back divisional titles (2003-04 & 2004-05) in the Sun Belt Conference for the first time in school history and the roster during Autry's tenure featured several all-conference performers, including the league's freshman of the year and the nation's leading rebounder. Autry was an assistant coach at Tulsa under Bill Self when the Golden Hurricane won the Western Athletic Conference championship in 2000 with a school-record 32 wins and a No. 9 national ranking while advancing to the NCAA Elite Eight. Before his time at Tulsa, Autry was an assistant coach for five seasons at Baylor in Waco, Texas. While at Baylor, Autry coached 1998 NBA first-round pick Brian Skinner for four years and helped the Bears to a school-record 11 consecutive wins (11-1 non-conference record) in 1996-97. Baylor finished 18-12 that season, its first in the Big 12 Conference. Baylor's 1996 recruiting class was ranked as high as sixth in the nation, and the 1997-98 team recorded the school's best conference record and the highest league finish (fifth) since Baylor joined the Big 12. That finish remained the program's best for 10 seasons.

2012-pres. Marquette

Assistant Coach

2008-12

Marquette

2007-08

NCAA Elite Eight (2013)

As a prep player, Autry was an Oklahoma all-state performer in football, basketball and track before continuing his playing career at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, where he graduated with his bachelor's degree in 1991. While at NWOSU, Autry was a four-year basketball letterwinner (helped squad to league title in 1988, the program's first in 40 years), as well as an all-conference and all-district performer and the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1990. Autry began his collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant at University of Central Oklahoma, where he earned his master's degree in education, and was a part of a Lone Star Conference championship and the NCAA Division II national tournament in 1993.

1994-99

Baylor

Assistant Coach

Coordinator of Student- NCAA (2009, 10, 11, 12) Athlete Development Sweet Sixteen (2011, 12)

1992-94

Central Oklahoma

Grad. Asst. Coach

DeKaney HS

Head Coach

1991-92

Pond Creek H.S.

Head Coach

2003-07

UALR

Assistant Coach

1990-91

NW Oklahoma St.

Grad. Asst. Coach

2002-03

Fossil Ridge HS Head Coach

2001-02

McKinney HS

Assistant Coach

1999-01

Tulsa

Assistant Coach

2003-04 Sun Belt Champions

NCAA (2003)

NCAA Elite Eight (2000) WAC Champions (2000)

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Assistant Coach The 2013-14 campaign will mark the second season for Isaac Chew as an assistant coach with the Marquette University men's basketball program. Chew has been a member of four-straight conference championship squads (Marquette, Missouri, Murray State), each of which has claimed either the league's regular season or tournament title. A proven recruiter in the collegiate ranks, Chew made an immediate impact with the Golden Eagles. He helped collect a consensus top-15 class in 2013, a group that includes a trio of top-100 prep players. His success in the industry earned him and invitation to both the Villa 7 event and the NCAA's Achieving Coaching Excellence (ACE) program. Chew arrived on campus from the University of Illinois, where he joined first-year head coach John Groce's staff in mid-April. Chew spent the 2011-12 campaign under head coach Frank Haith at Missouri. Chew helped lead Mizzou to 30 wins in 2011-12, a Big 12 Tournament title and No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament. Chew spent four years as an assistant at Murray State under Billy Kennedy from 2007-11. While at Murray State, he helped lead the Racers to a

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school-record 31 wins and NCAA tournament round of 32 appearance in 2010 and 23 wins and National Invitation Tournament (NIT) appearance in 2011, as well as back-toback Ohio Valley Conference titles.

He returned to Avila as an assistant from 2005-06 and then spent one year as an assistant at Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, Iowa, helping guide the Warriors to 34 wins and trip to the 2007 NJCAA DI Tournament.

He also recruited and helped develop players such as Isacc Miles (three-time All-OVC, 2009-11), Ivan Aska (OVC Freshman of the Year, 2009), Donte Poole (OVC Tournament MVP) and Isaiah Canaan (Consensus All-America).

While at Indian Hills, Chew recruited and signed Milwaukee native and former Marquette guard Dwight Buycks.

A native of Chicago, Chew was the 1994 Public League Blue-West Player of the Year at Wells High School. He then played at Iowa Lakes Community College (1994-96), followed by Avila University (1998-99) in Kansas City. Chew earned a bachelor's degree in marketing from Avila in 1999.

Chew and his wife, Patrice, have four children, Deijah, Jada, Patrick and Caasi.

Chew entered the coaching ranks at his alma mater, serving as an assistant at Avila from 2000-01. He earned a master's in business administration from Baker University (Baldwin City, Kansas) in 2002. Chew also experienced the AAU circuit, coaching with Kansas City Pump `n' Run and Kansas City Keys.

2012-pres.

Marquette

Assistant Coach

NCAA Elite Eight (2013)

2012

Illinois

Assistant Coach

2011-12

Missouri

Assistant Coach

NCAA (2012)

2007-11

Murray State

Assistant Coach

NIT (2011), NCAA (2010)

2006-07

Indian Hills CC

Assistant Coach

2005-06

Avila

Assistant Coach

2000-01

Avila

Assistant Coach

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Assistant Coach The 2013-14 season will mark the second for collegiate coaching veteran Jerry Wainwright with Marquette University. The 2013-14 season will mark the second for collegiate coaching veteran Jerry Wainwright with Marquette University. Originally named the program's director of basketball operations, Wainwright served as an assistant coach in 2012-13 and helped lead the Golden Eagles to their first Elite Eight appearance since 2003. In 16 seasons as a head coach at the NCAA Division I level (DePaul, Richmond, UNC-Wilmington), Wainwright led his teams to a total of seven postseason campaigns (three NCAA berths and four NIT appearances). "We are very grateful to add coach Wainwright as the final member of our staff," Williams said. "I have known coach since early in my career and have always been humbled by his willingness to share wisdom with me as I have advanced. "I never knew as we were building our relationship, that an opportunity like this would ever materialize, but I am very grateful that it has," Williams added. "His wealth of knowledge and experiences will help everyone in our program on one level or another." Wainwright spent the 2011-12 season as an associate head coach on Rodney Terry's staff at Fresno State. The Bulldogs collected a 13-win campaign in Terry's first season as head coach. Prior to Fresno State, Wainwright served as the head coach at fellow BIG EAST competitor 82


DePaul. He helped engineer the program's best start ever in conference play during the 2007-08 season, and, for the third-straight season in his tenure with the Blue Demons, DePaul posted at least one victory over a top-25 team. In 2006-07, his second season at DePaul, Wainwright reached a career milestone by recording his 200th win as a head coach at the NCAA Division I level. His squad that season earned a bid to the NIT and made the program's deepest postseason tournament run since 1990, reaching the quarterfinals after thrilling wins over Hofstra and at Kansas State. Individually, Sammy Mejia and Wilson Chandler were both named second team All-BIG EAST Conference. Both Chandler (first round) and Mejia (second round) were drafted by the NBA. Before joining DePaul, Wainwright spent three seasons as the head coach of Richmond, establishing the Spiders on the national stage as several team and individual accomplishments highlighted his tenure with the Atlantic 10 school. In 2003-04, Wainwright led Richmond to the NCAA Tournament, earning the program's second-ever at-large berth behind the nation's ninth-ranked defense. Along with the NCAA bid, a win at 10th-ranked Kansas sandwiched between road victories at Temple and Xavier were milestones of the season. After a spirited run through the A-10 Tournament, Wainwright's crew was rewarded for its tough schedule with an NCAA selection. The Spiders fell to Wisconsin, 76-64, in the opening round at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee. In Wainwright's first season with the Spiders, he used a nationally-ranked defense to post 16 wins and a berth to the NIT where they fell at Providence in the opening round. Prior to taking over at Richmond, Wainwright enjoyed a highly successful run

2012-pres.

Marquette

Assistant Coach

NCAA Elite Eight (2013)

2011-12

Fresno State

Associate Head Coach

2005-10

DePaul

Head Coach

NIT (2007)

2002-05

Richmond

Head Coach

NCAA (2004), NIT (2003)

1994-02

UNC Wilmington

Head Coach

NCAA (2000, 2002), NIT (1998, 2001)

1985-94

Wake Forest

Assistant Coach

1984-85

Xavier

Assistant Coach

NCAA (1991, 1992, 1993, 1994)

as head coach at UNC-Wilmington. In eight seasons at UNCW, he compiled a 136-103 record. Wainwright piloted the Seahawks to a pair of trips to the NCAA Championship (2000, 2002) and the National Invitation Tournament (1998, 2001). A year after taking over the UNCW program in 1994, Wainwright had built the seventh-best schedule in the country. The Seahawks' suffocating defense was ranked fifth in the nation in 1995-96, allowing just 58.4 points per game. Wainwright orchestrated one of the most memorable campaigns in UNCW history during the 1999-00 season when the Seahawks grabbed their first CAA Championship, a 57-47 win over Ricmond, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time. In 2000-01, Wainwright earned CAA Coach of the Year honors for the second time. The Seahawks posted their most impressive season ever in 2001-02, compiling a 22-9 mark, capturing the conference crown outright for the second straight season and advancing to their second NCAA tournament. His team, again, finished among the nation's best in team defense, ranked 17th in the country. Wainwright himself touched every step on his ascent towards the top of the coaching ladder. Prior to arriving at Wilmington, he spent nine years as an assistant coach at Wake Forest. Under Bob Staak (1986-89) and Dave Odom (1989-94), he helped rebuild the Demon Deacons' program. A 1968 graduate of Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colo., Wainwright earned his graduate degree from the University of Denver. A native of Berwyn, Ill., Wainwright is married to the former Debbie Tedesco. Wainwright has two sons, Brett and Scott. In addition, he is the grandfather of four, Alexis, Brett, Gracie and Maria. 83


Director of Basketball Operations The 2013-14 campaign will mark the second with the Marquette University men's basketball team for collegiate coaching veteran Jeff Reynolds, who serves as the program's director of basketball operations. Reynolds most recently spent five seasons (2007-08 through 2011-12) as the head coach at Air Force, where he helped the Falcons to a postseason appearance in the CollegeInsider.com tournament. Previous to taking over the head coaching duties at Air Force, Reynolds served as an assistant coach for two seasons. In the two years, the Falcons were one of just 17 teams in NCAA Division I to win at least 50 games total. Reynolds came to the Academy after serving as an assistant coach at Tulane for five seasons. During his time at Tulane, Reynolds coached Linton Johnson, who played in the NBA for six seasons, most recently with the Phoenix Suns. Johnson was a member of the San Antonio Spurs when they won the NBA championship in 2005. Prior to his stint at Tulane, Reynolds served as the head coach at Division II Wingate University in Wingate, N.C., where he logged an impressive 61-27 record in three seasons. He coached 84


Lorenzo "Junior" Harrington while at Wingate. Harrington played three seasons in the NBA for Denver, New Orleans and Memphis. In those three seasons, Reynolds built the program into a Division II powerhouse. In 1999-2000, his team led the nation in scoring defense and posted an impressive 26-4 record, closing the year with a final national ranking of No. 7 and a spot in the NCAA Tournament. In 1998-99, Reynolds guided Wingate to its first NCAA Tournament bid, as well as its first national ranking, and the Bulldogs closed that season with a 23-6 mark as Reynolds earned South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year honors. As the top assistant coach at his alma mater, UNC-Greensboro, from 1995-97, Reynolds helped the program to the 1996 Big South Championship and a bid to the 1996 NCAA Tournament. The Spartans fell to Elite Eight team Cincinnati, 66-61, in the first round.

Reynolds began his coaching career at James Madison University in 1981, serving as a part-time assistant for a team which won 24 games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 1982. He went on to Division II power RandolphMacon College, which reeled off three straight NCAA Tournament appearances and earned a No. 4 national ranking in the final poll of 1984. He logged one year as the head coach of North Carolina Wesleyan College in 1985-86, leading the program to a 21-7 mark and the Dixie Conference Championship, before moving on to Winthrop College as an assistant coach for four years. At Winthrop, he was directly involved in the team's transition from Division II to Division I, and, in 1988, the school captured the Big South Conference Championship. Reynolds is married to the former Janet Montgomery.

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Student-Athlete Development Specialist The 2013-14 campaign will mark Jamie McNeilly's sixth with the Marquette University men's basketball program, but his third season as Student-Athlete Development Specialist. McNeilly spent the previous two years at Marquette as a graduate manager and completed his master's degree in leadership studies in the spring of 2010. As video coordinator in 2009-10, McNeilly supervised all of the team's video needs, from scouting breakdown to digital archiving. As assistant coach of the Canadian Cadet Men's Basketball Team, McNeilly helped lead the team to the bronze medal at the FIBA Americas world qualifying championships held in Mexico during June 2011. In 2012, McNeilly traveled to Brazil with the Canadian Junior Men's National Team and helped guide the squad to the bronze medal at the FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Men. The team posted a 4-1 record at the event and Canada earned a medal for the third-straight time in the event.

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McNeilly's international experience continued this past summer when he served as an assistant on Canada's U19 World Championship team. The team competed at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship from June 27-July 7 in Prague, Czech Republic. McNeilly, who played at the collegiate level at the University of New Orleans, saw action under Williams as a senior in 2006-07. After earning a bachelor's degree from UNO in interdisciplinary studies in 2007, the Toronto native played professionally in Germany in 2007-08. He joined USC Heidelberg of the Pro A league, playing in a total of 14 games. He averaged 10.9 points, 3.6 assists and 2.6 rebounds per game.

honor roll following his senior year. He earned three letters with the Privateers after one season at South Georgia Technical College (2003-04), where he as an all-conference performer as well. McNeilly owned international experience prior to his stint in Germany, having played for Team Canada in the 2005 Summer Universiade event in Turkey and in the same tournament in Bangkok in 2007, when he helped the team to the bronze medal.

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Video Coordinator Devin Johnson is in his second season with the Marquette University men's basketball program as video coordinator, but owns a long-standing relationship with head coach Buzz Williams. The Zachary, Louisiana, native worked as an undergraduate assistant coach under Williams at the University of New Orleans during the 2006-07 campaign. He was involved in all of the game day activities associated with the program, as well as assisting with the team's opponent scouting process and game plan development. In his role with the Golden Eagles, Johnson will supervise all of the program's video needs, including the staff's scouting efforts and exchange procedures. He will also play a vital role in the annual summer camp events. Johnson has served as a camp counselor each of the last three summers at Marquette. Johnson arrived on campus after working in a variety of capacities for the NBA's New Orleans Hornets. During his five-year tenure, he served as game presentation associate, group coordinator and group service manager. His most recent promotion came in September of 2010, with his duties including managing the group service assets on game night and managing a staff focused on generating revenue and becoming involved in community initiatives. A 2008 graduate of UNO, Johnson earned his bachelor's degree in business management from the University and collected a minor in sport management.

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Director of Basketball Administration Barb Kellaher is in her 12th season with the Marquette basketball program and was promoted to her current position of Director of Basketball Administration in 2010. Kellaher's primary responsibilities include supervising the daily operations of the men's basketball office and the office staff - including the management of team travel and meals during the season - as well as personally assisting head coach Buzz Williams with his summer camps, recruiting travel, daily scheduling, correspondence and arrangement of speaking engagements and special events. Kellaher and her husband, Rich (recently joined University Advancement staff), are the proud parents of three children Allison, Brooke and Lauren.

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Director of Sports Medicine Ernest Eugene enters his sixth season at Marquette University and was promoted to Director of Sports Medicine in July of 2013. Prior to joining the Golden Eagles, Eugene spent five seasons as the Assistant Athletic Trainer with the Washington Wizards of the National Basketball Association. With the Wizards, his duties included prevention/rehabilitation of athletic injuries, travel administration and injury tracking. Prior to joining the NBA ranks, Eugene served as a seasonal intern athletic trainer with the Washington Redskins in 2003. The Washington, D.C. native earned his Master's Degree in Allied Health Management from The Ohio State University where he also served as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer (2001-2003). Certified as an Athletic Trainer (ATC), Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) and in Graston Techniques, Eugene is also an active member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, Wisconsin Athletic Trainers' Association and National Academy of Sports Medicine. Eugene serves as the District 4 Representative of the Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee (EDAC) and as a board member with the Council on Revenue (COR) of the National Athletic Trainers' Association. In addition, Eugene serves as Secretary on the Executive Board of the Big East Sports Medicine Society. Eugene graduated from The George Washington University in 2000, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science with a concentration in Athletic Training. Eugene and the former Jackie Jovel married in August of 2005 and the couple has two children, Jayden and Mason. 92


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Assist. Athletic Dir. - Academic Services/Life Skills Adrienne Ridgeway is in her 11th year overall with Marquette and was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Services/Life Skills Coordinator in 2008. Ridgeway works closely with the men's basketball team in planning academic schedules, monitoring the progress and status of student-athletes, coordinating the NCAA Clearinghouse Program, assisting with the admissions process by evaluating high school and junior college transcripts and helping with new student orientation and personal academic counseling. In addition, she serves as the advisor to the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). Ridgeway spent two years with the Milwaukee Public Schools as a Speech-Language Pathologist, where she provided language and articulation treatment and evaluation to culturally diverse elementary school students. Ridgeway ran track for four years at Howard University in Washington, D.C. and received her bachelor's of science in speech-language pathology in 2001. Her minor was sports administration. In 2003, she earned her master's degree in speech-language pathology while working as a graduate assistant to the athletics director in the Howard Athletics office. Ridgeway also holds a Master of Education in College Student Personnel Administration from Marquette. A native of Milwaukee, she attended Nicolet High School in Glendale and currently resides in Brown Deer with her husband, LeVar, and their daughter, Brooke. 94


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Team Physician Dr. Darin A. Maccoux is in his 15th year as the medical team physician for the Marquette men’s basketball team. A native of Green Bay, Wis., After graduating from Dartmouth in 1989, he attended the University of Wisconsin Medical School and earned his M.D. Degree in 1993. He completed a Family Practice Residency at St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee, Wis., in 1996. Maccoux received a Fellowship in Sports Medicine from the Toledo Hospital, Ohio in 1997. He is Board Certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine. Maccoux has a private practice in Muskego, Wis., with Lakeshore Medical Clinic. His hospital privileges include St. Luke’s in Milwaukee, Sinai Samaritan and West Allis Memorial. He also serves as the team physician for Muskego High School.

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TRUSTEES MARQUETTE

JOHN F. FERRARO

Vice Chair, Bus Ad '77, Global Chief Operating Officer, Ernst & Young

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

RICHARD J. FOTSCH Eng '77, Grad '84, Retired President, Global Power Group, Kohler Co.

KELLY MCSHANE

Arts ’68 Retired School Psychologist Special Education District of Lake County

REV. JAMES G. GARTLAND, S.J.

DARREN R. JACKSON

Rector, Blessed Peter Faber Jesuit Community, Boston College

Bus Ad '86, President and Chief Executive Officer, Advance Auto Parts

DR. ARNOLD L. MITCHEM

REV. JOSEPH M. O'KEEFE, S.J.

REV. TIMOTHY R. LANNON, S.J.

REV. THOMAS A. LAWLER, S.J.

PATRICK S. LAWTON

JOHN P. LYNCH

Provincial, Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus

Bus Ad ‘78, Grad ’80 Managing Director, Fixed Income Capital Markets Group Robert W. Baird & Co.

DR. JANIS M. ORLOWSKI

JAMES D. O'ROURKE Bus Ad '87, Chief Executive Officer, A&A Manufacturing Company

KRISTINE A. RAPPÉ

Retired Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Wisconsin Energy Corporation

GLENN A. RIVERS

SCOTT A. ROBERTS

Professor of Education, Boston College

Eng '78, Senior Director, Health Care Affairs, American Association of Medical Colleges

HON. W. GREG RYBERG

SCOTT H. SCHROEDER

OWEN J. SULLIVAN

CHARLES M. SWOBODA

CHERRYL T. THOMAS

BENJAMIN S. TRACY

PEGGY TROY

RHONA VOGEL

JAMES M. WEISS

THOMAS H. WERNER

REV. ROBERT A. WILD, S.J.

HON. JAMES A. WYNN, JR

REV. MICHAEL A. ZAMPELLI, S.J.

ANNE A. ZIZZO

Grad '81, President, Council for Opportunity in Education

Arts '68, Retired Senator, State of South Carolina

Bus Ad '76, Chief Executive Officer, Vogel Consulting Group

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Bus Ad ‘92, Grad ’96, Law ’96 Co-founding Partner Balyasny Asset Management

Arts '68, President, Weiss Capital Management, Inc.

JAMES F. JANZ

Bus Ad '62, Law '64, Managing Director, Joseph and Vera Zilber Family Foundation

Arts ‘79, Retired President Specialty Brands ManpowerGroup

Eng '86, President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board, SunPower Corporation

President, Creighton University

Chair, Eng '89, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cree Inc.

Interim President Marquette University

Arts '68, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ardmore Associates, LLC

Law ’79,

Federal Appeals Court Judge, US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

Arts ’85 Head Coach Los Angeles Clippers

Comm '98, Grad '04, National Correspondent, CBS News

Rector, Santa Clara Jesuit Community and Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance Santa Clara University

Arts '64, Retired Senior Partner, Latham & Watkins

Bus Ad ’85 President and CEO Ziegler Lotsoff Capital Management, LLC

Nurs '74, President and Chief Executive Officer, Children’s Hospital and Health System

Jour '87, CEO Zizzo Group Marketing + Public Relations + New Media


DR. MARK J. EPPLI

CYNTHIA M. BAUER

DR. LORI BERGEN

Dean of the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication

DR. ROBERT H. BISHOP

ROBY BLUST

DR. WILLIAM A. HENK

DR. RICHARD C. HOLZ

Dean of the College of Engineering

Dean of Admissions and Enrollment Planning

DR. MARGARET FAUT CALLAHAN

CAS CASTRO

DR. JEANNE HOSSENLOPP

JOSEPH D. KEARNEY

Interim Provost

Vice President of Human Resources

DR. WILLIAM CULLINAN Dean of the College of Health Sciences

Chair of University Academic Senate Professor, College of Nursing

THOMAS P. GANEY Vice President of Planning and University Architect

Dean of the College of Education

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STEPHANIE RUSSELL Vice President for Mission and Ministry

ARTHUR F. SCHEUBER Vice President for Administration

MICHAEL VANDERHOEF

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JANICE S. WELBURN Dean of University Libraries

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Senior Associate Athletic Director Internal Operations/SWA

A proven administrator with 18 years of experience, Mike Broeker is in his sixth year as Deputy Director of Athletics, and 10th overall, at Marquette University. Broeker has played an integral role over the last decade fostering a mission-driven culture within athletics while helping build an infrastructure that supports successdriven student athletes. Through his role, Broeker manages the day-to-day operations of the department with a specific focus on its external and revenue generating units, provides leadership to the administrative and coaching staffs, and sport oversight for the men's basketball program. Those efforts have yielded broad-based athletic and academic achievement, unprecedented exposure and interest, and increased revenues. Broeker joined the Marquette Athletics staff in 2003 as Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations, after nearly four years as a member of the basketball communications group at the National Basketball Association (NBA). Prior to working with the NBA, Broeker spent two years working in the communications group for the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). A former student-athlete at Siena College, Broeker was a two-year letterman as a pitcher for the baseball program. He got his start in college athletics as a Marketing/Sports Information Assistant at his alma mater. Broeker earned a bachelor's degree in English from Siena in 1997, and master's degree in leadership studies from Marquette in 2012. He and his wife, Anne, have three sons, Michael (7), Danny (5) and Charlie (3).

Sarah Bobert is in her 13th year on the Marquette athletics staff and oversees the internal operations of the Athletic Department. In her position supervising internal operations, she is responsible for budget development and management, financial processing and reporting, oversight of facility management, all departmental human resources elements and other internal matters. She also oversees sports medicine, academic services and strength and conditioning. Bobert's duties as related to serving as SWA include managing gender equity compliance and student-athlete welfare and development. She currently serves as chair of the NCAA Division I Awards, Benefits, Expenses and Financial Aid Cabinet. Bobert is also the sport administrator for women's basketball and women's soccer. Prior to joining the staff in October of 2000, Bobert worked at the NCAA. She served the NCAA since 1989 in a number of business related areas including acting as the Business Services Manager, Accounting Manager, and Senior Accountant. Bobert earned her bachelor's degree in business administration from Wis.-Stout in 1989. She and her husband, Clark, have two children, Bailee and Cody.


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Paul McInerny serves as Associate Athletic Director for Engagement & External Affairs at Marquette University. McInerny is responsible for athletic alumni relations, planned giving initiatives, and assists with major gift solicitation and endowment strategies. He joined the department in March 2005 from Dominican High School, where he served as president since 1995. An alumnus of Marquette, McInerny earned two degrees from the University, a bachelor of arts in 1972 and a Ph.D. in education in 1989. He also holds a master's in journalism from Southern Illinois University. Following a successful two-year sports journalism career in North Dakota, he returned to Marquette in 1976 as an administrator. As an undergraduate, McInerny was a member of Marquette's soccer team and also earned membership in Phi Gamma Mu, the national social studies academic honor society. He served on the M Club board of directors from 1985 to 2005 including serving as its representative to the Marquette University Alumni Association national board. In 1996, he was awarded the Hy Popuch Award for service to Marquette athletics. He helps coordinate a master's in leadership studies sports specialization and serves on its faculty. He has published scholarly works in several academic journals. His wife Carol and daughter Colleen are both Marquette alumni and son Kevin is an MU student.

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Danielle Josetti is in her 11th year on the Marquette athletics staff and oversees Marquette's studentathletes, athletics staff and boosters to ensure they follow NCAA guidelines. In her role with the Golden Eagles, she also serves as the sport administrator for the volleyball and women's lacrosse programs and has served on several BIG EAST Conference committees during her tenure. She serves as an NCAA Peer Reviewer for Athletic Certification and is also a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators and National Association for Athletics Compliance. Prior to Marquette, Josetti worked at her alma mater, Creighton University, as a Compliance Coordinator and External Operations Assistant. From 1997 until 2001, she served a dual role as assistant softball coach and assistant compliance coordinator. A member of the Creighton softball team from 1995-1997, Josetti was a 1995 Academic All-Conference Team Honorable Mention selection. She still ranks among the program's top-10 career leaders in sacrifice hits and stolen bases and topped the roster in sacrifice hits in 1995 and 1996. She also owns a spot in the single-season stolen bases category. Josetti earned a bachelor of arts in journalism from Creighton in 1997. She earned her master's degree in leadership studies, with a specialization in sports leadership, from Marquette University in 2013. Josetti resides in New Berlin, Wis. with her husband, Jake, and daughters Payton and Lauren.

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Tom Ford is in his 23rd year on the Marquette athletics staff and he oversees the academic support center (also known as "The Eagles Nest") at the Al McGuire Center. The academic support center offers programs designed to meet the academic needs of studentathletes, including an extensive freshmen orientation program, academic advising, tutoring, writing assistance, organized study sessions, computer lab and the design and implementation of individual study plans. Prior to coming to Marquette, Ford served as an advisor/mentor at Wis.-Parkside. From 1982-87, he was the assistant director for the Educational Opportunity Program at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Ford graduated from Wis.-Parkside with a bachelor's degree in English in 1972 and received his master's in education in guidance and counseling from Carthage College in 1999. Ford and his wife, Susan, have two children, Jesse (2009 Marquette graduate) and Casey (currently attending MU).

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Associate Athletic Director - Facilities & Event Management

Associate Athletic Director - Communications

Associate Athletic Director - Development

Aaron Baker is in his eighth year at Marquette University and was promoted to Associate Athletic Director for Facilities and Event Management in July of 2013. In his role, he assists with game management for all sports and serves as the direct contact for men's basketball games. Aaron is the sport administrator for the Marquette track and field and cross country programs and also oversees the event management student work force. Baker has served a lead role in several NCAA and BIG EAST Conference tournaments and championships including acting as the Assistant Tournament Manager for the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship - First & Second Rounds in Milwaukee. He also oversaw NCAA Division I women's soccer and men's hockey championships in addition to BIG EAST Championships in cross country and women's soccer and volleyball. Baker began his career at Marquette as an intern in the marketing department in July 2002 and he returned in 2004 after a year as a ticket manager and promotions coordinator at the University of California-Bakersfield. A native of Montana, Baker received a Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Science from the University of Montana in 2000 and Masters of Science in Sports Management from the UW-La Crosse in 2003. Baker and his wife Billie, have a son, Tyson and a daughter Ava. 102

Scott Kuykendall is in his seventh season at Marquette University and serves as the Associate Athletic Director for Communications. Kuykendall oversees the publicity efforts for each of the athletic department's 16 NCAA Division I programs, while serving as the primary contact for men's basketball and men's tennis teams. His work with the men's basketball team has included six trips to the NCAA Tournament (two Sweet 16's and an Elite Eight), along with the management of media attention created by the program's affiliation with the BIG EAST Conference. He also serves as the sport administrator for the men's and women's tennis teams (since 2009-10) and men's soccer program (since 2011-12) and is a member of the BIG EAST Conference Tennis Committee (served as chair in 2013 for the men's tournament). A native of New Berlin, Wis., Kuykendall spent two years (2005-07) as an assistant sports information director at the University of South Florida. While in Tampa, he worked as the men's basketball contact while also supervising the athletic department's official web site. Prior to USF, he spent six years at Western Michigan University, concluding his tenure as associate sports information director. A 1997 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a degree in broadcast technology management and a minor in journalism. He earned his master's degree in leadership studies, with a specialization in sports leadership, from Marquette University in 2013.

Joe True enters his ninth year on the Marquette athletics staff and first as Associate Athletic Director for Development. He is responsible for leading all fundraising functions for the athletic department. True began his career at Marquette as an intern for the Blue & Gold Athletic Scholarship Fund in July 2005 and has served in multiple fundraising roles during this tenure. His main responsibilities have been soliciting major gifts for the athletic department, with an emphasis on growing the Blue & Gold Athletic Scholarship Fund and the Athletic Endowed Scholarship Program. Prior to his arrival at Marquette, Joe was a graduate assistant in the athletic ticket office at Northern Illinois University and served as an operations intern with the American Junior Golf Organization. He was a four-year letter winner on the NIU golf team and was the President of the Student Athlete Advisory Council for two years. Joe received a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy and Masters of Science in Sports Management from Northern Illinois University.


Sarah Claus Athletics Special Events Coordinator

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Dr. Paul McInerny Associate Athletic Director Engagement & External Affairs

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Joe True Director of Development - Athletics

288-0253

Scott Kuykendall Associate Athletic Director (MBB, MTEN)

Molly Crego Advancement Associate

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Todd Smith Director of Sports Performance

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288-5436

Michael Wittliff Associate Director (VB, M/W TRACK/CC, WLAX)

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Maggie Smith Assistant Director of Sports Performance

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Nate Heyrman Assistant Director of Sports Performance

288-4872 288-5961

Megan O'Shea Assistant Director (WBB, WSOC, WTEN) 288-5580

Compliance Danielle Josetti Associate Athletic Director

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Jaime McGaver Assistant Director of Compliance

288-5328

Jose Genao Assistant Director of Compliance

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Facilities and Events Aaron Baker Associate Athletic Director

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Tim Watts Assistant Director

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Patrick Reed Director of Digital Media/Internet Services

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Adrienne Ridgeway - Assistant Athletic Director, Academic Services/Life Skills Coordinator

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Maggie Bean Multimedia Production Coordinator

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Maureen Lewis Student Programs Coordinator

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Meryl Franke Learning Specialist - Athletics

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Jim Graebert Senior Director

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Larry Birkett Associate Director

Katie Simet Learning Specialist - Athletics

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Sports Offices

Tina Aiello Accounts Coordinator

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Julie Mikolajewski Web & Marketing Coordinator

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Spirit Squad (Cheerleading and Dance) Mary Larkin Head Spirit Squad Coach

Nelligan Sports - Marquette Properties Ben Burke General Manager

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Jon Thorsen Director of Marketing and Sales

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Wyatt Zangl Sales & Marketing Coordinator

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Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Men's Golf Men's Lacrosse Women's Lacrosse Men's Soccer Women's Soccer Men's Tennis Women's Tennis Track & Field/Cross Country Volleyball

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Tom Ford - Associate Athletic Director Academic Support & Student Programs

Marquette Spirit Shop

Marquette Gymnasium Main Line - Marquette Gym

Tim Raasch Brand Marketing Creative Director, Athletics

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Luke LeNoble Director of Media Relations (MSOC, MGOLF, MLAX) 288-6980

Business Office Todd Wenslaff Assistant Internal Operations Coordinator

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Patrick Patti Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer (WLAX, M/W CC)

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Ciara Jones Blue & Gold Fund Assistant

Communications

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S

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Mary Wieczorek Assistant Athletic Trainer (WBB) Heather Fanning Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer (VB, M/W Track & Field)

2

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Michael Worzalla Marketing & Ticketing Assistant

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Danielle Armstrong Assistant Athletic Trainer (WSOC)

L

288-4852

A

Shea Hansen Marketing Assistant

B

288-6687

T

288-0288

Aaron Doering Assistant Athletic Trainer (MLAX)

A

Athletic Advancement/Blue & Gold Fun

288-7136

288-0264

John Corwin Marketing Assistant

B

288-4796

288-3067

Lauren Boyler Assistant Athletic Trainer (MSOC, MTEN, WTEN)

E

Mary Larkin Office Manager

288-5253

Ernest Eugene Director of Sports Medicine (MBB, MGOLF)

U

Sarah Bobert Senior Associate Athletic Director Internal Operations/SWA

288-4851

T

288-6303

Greg Cronkite Assistant Director of Marketing

Student-Athlete Performance

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288-6303

Kim Mueller Assistant Athletic Director/Marketing & Sales

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Marketing & Sales/Tickets/Special Events

Larry Williams Vice President and Director of Athletics Mike Broeker Deputy Athletic Director

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Administration

MARQUETTE University

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION

(414) 288-3294 (414) 288-5282 (414) 288-6008 (414) 288-5387 (414) 288-7746 (414) 288-6008 (414) 288-6008 (414) 288-6008 (414) 288-6008 (414) 288-6008 (414) 288-0326

A

INTERCOLLEGIATE

M

ATION

103


SCORING ALL-TIME

SCORING LEADERS G

FG-FGA

3FG-A

FT-A

Pts.

Avg.

31 29 35 35 130

138-312 154-369 198-434 236-534 726-1649

13-46 30-96 35-115 86-216 164-473

54-72 88-129 92-131 135-183 369-515

343 426 523 693 1985

11.1 14.7 14.9 19.9 15.3

34 35 35 34 138

83-194 158-333 204-435 222-514 667-1476

10-48 41-91 53-148 65-186 169-473

48-72 92-119 109-133 107-127 356-451

224 449 570 616 1859

6.6 12.8 16.3 18.1 13.5

29 29 29 87

200-400 252-507 206-443 658-1350

123-187 160-247 174-240 457-674

523 664 586 1773

18.0 22.9 20.2 20.4

31 34 35 29 129

174-404 171-445 159-399 122-288 626-1536

84-131 114-175 89-134 41-89 328-529

473 506 452 318 1749

15.3 14.9 12.9 11.0 13.6

26 29 32 28 115

85-188 160-354 239-501 182-360 666-1403

45-56 77-98 150-172 131-149 403-475

215 397 628 495 1735

8.3 13.7 19.6 17.7 15.1

33 33 31 23 120

77-179 124-313 179-424 131-312 511-1228

51-67 74-91 136-154 124-148 385-460

262 391 584 454 1691

7.9 11.8 18.8 19.7 14.1

1. JEREL MCNEAL 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTALS

2. LAZAR HAYWARD 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

3. GEORGE THOMPSON 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 TOTALS

4. DOMINIC JAMES 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTALS

41-136 50-184 45-145 33-116 169-581

5. BUTCH LEE 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 TOTALS

6. TRAVIS DIENER

104

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 TOTALS

57-129 69-190 90-200 68-168 284-687


29 28 28 29 114

86-161 136-260 153-275 240-485 615-1181

1-3 7-19 8-12 36-87 52-121

61-81 88-119 84-115 173-202 406-517

234 367 398 689 1688

8.1 13.1 14.2 23.8 14.8

23 34 35 35 127

65-163 133-304 121-279 193-406 512-1152

14-32 23-80 31-67 42-114 100-293

63-80 141-183 132-167 213-257 549-687

207 430 395 641 1673

9.0 12.6 11.3 18.3 13.2

31 27 29 32 119

167-312 174-359 141-333 192-379 674-1383

44-61 93-135 63-85 115-153 315-434

378 441 345 499 1663

12.2 16.3 11.9 15.6 14.0

8. TONY SMITH

4 1 B

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 TOTALS

3

10.3 12.3 16.6 18.8 14.4

1

319 345 482 544 1690

0

55-71 73-88 94-120 129-154 351-433

2

46-157 36-101 50-125 65-170 197-553

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109-306 118-311 169-380 175-433 571-1430

L

31 28 29 29 117

PROGRAM History

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 TOTALS

A

7. BRIAN WARDLE

E K S A

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTALS

T

9. WESLEY MATTHEWS

E T T E U Q R A M

1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 TOTALS

B

10. BO ELLIS

105


106


22 29 25 76

225 372 341 938

5. LAZAR HAYWARD 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

34 35 35 34 138

124 228 302 256 910

3.6 6.5 8.6 7.5 6.6

264 273 234 771

10.2 10.5 9.0 9.9

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 TOTALS

27 28 29 28 112

161 175 225 204 765

6.0 6.3 7.8 7.3 6.8

182 349 222 753

7.6 14.0 10.1 10.6

9. JOHN GLASER 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 TOTALS

24 25 22 71

6. TOM FLYNN 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 TOTALS

26 26 26 78

10. DAMON KEY 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 TOTALS

29 28 27 33 117

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1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 TOTALS

L

8. TREVOR POWELL

4. WALT MANGHAM

PROGRAM History

10.2 12.8 13.6 12.3

4.4 11.7 11.4 6.9 9.7

A

35 305 297 131 768

B

8 26 26 19 79

T

1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 TOTALS

E

10.3 14.7 13.1 12.7

K

8.5 10.5 9.3 8.3 9.1

7. PAUL CARBINS 268 396 314 978

E

1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 TOTALS

26 27 24 77

A

264 284 271 266 1085

2. BO ELLIS

1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 TOTALS

B

31 27 29 32 119

3. TERRY RAND

165 159 155 260 739

T

13.0 15.4 17.1 15.1

5.7 5.7 5.7 7.9 6.39

T

376 384 462 1222

E

1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 TOTALS

U

29 25 27 81

1. DON KOJIS

Q

Avg.

R

Reb.

A

G

REBOUNDING LEADERS

M

ALL-TIME

107


ALL-TIME

108

ASSIST LEADERS

1. 956

Tony Miller

1991-95

2. 632

Dominic James

2005-09

3. 617

Travis Diener

2001-05

4. 550

Aaron Hutchins

1994-98

5. 480

Lloyd Walton

1973-76

6. 469

Tony Smith

1986-90

7. 455

Jerel McNeal

2005-09

8. 435

Junior Cadougan 2009-13

9. 430

Cordell Henry

1998-02

10. 409

Glenn Rivers

1980-83


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PROGRAM History 2005-09

2. 272

Michael Wilson

1978-82

3. 253

Mandy Johnson

1981-85

4. 238

Dominic James

2005-09

5. 203

Glenn Rivers

1980-83

6. 190

Tony Smith

1986-90

7. 188

Michael Sims

1984-88

8. 185

Tony Miller

1991-95

9. 165

Aaron Hutchins

1994-98

10. 158 158 158

Lazar Hayward Travis Diener Kerry Trotter

2006-10 2001-05 1982-86

A

Jerel McNeal

A

R

Q

U

E

T

T

E

B

1. 287

S

K

E

T

B

STEAL LEADERS

M

ALL-TIME

109


ALL-TIME

MARQUETTE LETTERWINNERS

A________________________ Craig Aamot - 1992, 93 Faisal Abraham - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Maurice Acker - 2008, 09, 10 Glenn Adams - 1938, 39, 40 Vic Aiello - 1946 Steven Algeo - 1926, 27 Ryan Amoroso - 2005, 06 Ralph Amsden - 1938, 39, 40 Dan Anderson - 1965, 66, 67 Juan Anderson - 2012, 13 William Anderson - 1928, 29 LeRoy Andrews - 1929, 30, 31 Mark Anglavar - 1988, 89, 90, 91 Fred Arsulich - 1947 Al Avant - 1956 B________________________ Richard Bader - 1926 Sylvester Bado - 1952 Jim Bailey - 1967, 68 Tyrone Baldwin - 1989, 90 Odell Ball - 1978, 79 Mike Bargen - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Cedric Barnett - 1950, 51 Brian Barone - 2000, 01 Ousmane Barro - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Peter Basarich - 1951, 52, 53 Wayland Becker - 1934, 35 George Belhumeur - 1938, 39 Brandon Bell - 2004 Marvin Bell - 1934, 35 Pat Below - 1961 Gerald Benka - 1945 Jim Benka - 1956, 57, 58 Eugene Berce - 1947, 48 Niv Berkowitz - 2005 Bob Black - 1969, 70, 71 Lawrence Blackledge, 2007, 08 Odartey Blankson - 2001, 02 James Blask - 1933, 34, 35 William Blommer - 1932, 33, 34 Vander Blue - 2011, 12, 13 Raymond Bonning - 1921 David Boone - 1986, 87 Lee Borowski - 1961, 62, 63 Andrew Boylan - 1932, 33 Jim Boylan - 1977, 78 Karon Bradley - 2003, 04 Charles Brakes - 1991 Sean Brannon - 1982 Harvey Brechtl - 1946 Marvin Bredow - 1931, 32 Gary Brell - 1970, 71 Barry Brennan - 1973, 74, 75, 76 Tommy Brice, 2007, 08 Burton Bril - 1942, 43 Joseph Brock - 1929, 30 110

Gene Bromstead - 1969 Frank Bruce - 1934 Tillman Bruett - 1934 Brian Brunkhorst - 1965, 66, 67, 68 John Bryant - 1974 Randy Buchmann - 1973, 74, 75 Walter Budrunas - 1931, 32 Erwin Buettner - 1944 Don Bugalski - 1954, 55, 56 Larry Bugge - 1929, 30, 31 Raymond Buivid - 1936 Dwight Burke - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Jack Burke - 1968, 69, 70 James Burke - 1967, 68 Robert Burns - 1921 Dave Burton - 1964, 65 Jimmy Butler, 2009, 10, 11 Craig Butrym - 1973, 75, 76, 77 Roger Buxton - 1964, 65, 66 Dwight Buycks - 2010, 11 Robert Byrd - 1977, 78, 79, 80 Charles Byrnes - 1921, 22

C__________________________ Junior Cadougan - 2010, 11, 12, 13 Albert Cafone - 1937, 38, 39 Rubin Cain - 1921 Rocke Calvelli - 1963, 64, 65 Rick Campbell - 1973, 74, 75 Anthony Candelino - 1988, 89 Tom Canti - 1929 Paul Carbins - 1965, 66, 67 A.J. Cardinal - 1922 Dennis Carroll - 1955, 56, 57 Ed Carter - 1959, 60, 61 Cory Casterton - 1933, 34, 35, 36 William Chandler - 1942, 43, 44, 45 Joe Chapman - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Jim Chermak - 1967 Scott Christopherson - 2008 Bob Chmielewski - 1961, 62, 63 Jim Chones - 1971, 72 Carlton Christian - 2004 Andy Chuchvara - 1961 Harold Clancy - 1928 Donald Clark - 1945 D.V. Clark - 1945 Eugene Clark - 1945, 46, 49, 50 Greg Clausen - 1998, 1999, 2000, 01 Odin Clemenson - 1928 John Cliff - 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Ric Cobb - 1969, 70 George Collentine - 1939, 40 Richard Collentine - 1941, 42, 43 Jim Cook - 1968 Arthur Cook - 1921 Tom Copa - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Robert Corbett - 1929

Wendel Corwin - 1933, 34 Jeff Couch - 1987 Chris Crawford - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Mario Crivello - 1960, 61, 62 Thomas Cronin - 1920 Jae Crowder - 2011, 12 William Crowley - 1919 David Cubillan, 2007, 08, 09, 10 Dave Culver - 1962, 63 Mike Curran - 1966, 67, 68, 69 William Curran - 1925, 26, 27, 28 Ron Curry - 1991, 92, 93 Pat Cusak - 1950, 51

D___________________________ Ed Daniels - 1973, 74 Michael Davis - 1985, 86 Tony Davis - 1978, 79, 80, 81 James Dean - 1948 Al Delmore - 1918, 19 Dave Delsman - 1973, 74, 75 Robert Demoling - 1925, 26, 27 Robert Deneen - 1938, 39, 40 Jack Detinger - 1942 Hubert Devine - 1917, 18 Joseph Devine - 1924, 25, 26 Ron Dibelius - 1958 Bruce Dickman - 1964 Roland Diehl - 1950, 51 Travis Diener - 2002, 03, 04, 05 David Diggs - 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Laverne Dilweg - 1926 Harry Dobraska - 1943 Jay Dolezal - 1961, 62 Oliver Dostaler - 1928 John Doucette - 1945, 48, 49 Robert Doucette - 1942, 43 Malcolm Douglas - 1918 Pat Dowd - 1963, 64 William Downey - 1943, 44 Walter Downing - 1985, 86 Gerald Doyle - 1960 Jim Dudley - 1977, 78, 79 Pat Duffy - 1999 Wilfred (Dukes) Duford - 1921, 22, 23 Charles Dunn - 1952 Cornelius Dunn - 1927, 28 Joseph (Red) Dunn - 1922, 23, 24, 25

E___________________________ Norman Ebel - 1940 Raymond Eckstein - 1944, 45 Bernard Ederer- 1922, 23 Roney Eford - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Alfred Ehrig - 1935, 36, 37 Clement Eibl - 1935 Thomas Eidler - 1921 Charles Eirich - 1936, 37, 38

Curt Ekmark - 1986, 87 John Ellenson - 1987, 88 Maurice (Bo) Ellis - 1974, 75, 76, 77 Robert (Jim) Elsbury - 1948, 49, 50 Lawrence Engbring - 1945, 46, 47 Herbert Engel - 1944, 45 Dave Erickson - 1961, 62, 63 Jim Estes - 1961 John Evans - 1918 Joseph Evans - 1945

F_________________________ John Fahay - 1924, 25, 26 Gordon Falls - 1944 John Farrell - 1942, 43 Joseph Faupl - 1947, 48, 49, 50 John Fay - 1918, 19 John Fedders - 1961, 62 Art Felker - 1949, 50, 51 Jamal Ferguson - 2013


G___________________________ Davante Gardner - 2011, 12, 13 Jack Gardner - 1957 William Gates - 1992, 93, 95 Anthony Gauckler - 1923 Guido Gauckler - 1924, 25,26 Walter (Swede) Gebert - 1928, 29, 30 Russell Geldmacher - 1949, 50, 51 Frank Geralts - 1940 Donald Gerkan - 1944, 45 Doug Gill - 1952, 53, 54 Raymond Gieringer - 1946 Paul Glasener - 1945, 46 Frank Glaser -1928 John Glaser - 1956, 57, 58 Ron Glaser - 1961, 62, 63

K________________________________ Mike Kakuska - 1958, 59 Gus Kalb - 1917 Howard Kallenberger - 1943, 44, 46 Carl Kaminski - 1945 Harold Kane - 1943 Edward Karst - 1921, 22 Gerald Keidel -1960, 61 Anthony Kelly - 1940 Kenneth Penny - 1935, 36 Paul Kern - 1925 James Kersten - 1958, 59, 60 Bernol Ketchum - 1940, 41 Damon Key - 1991, 92, 93, 94 Joseph King - 1930, 31, 32 Willie Kingsley - 1962, 63, 64 Mike Kinsella - 2005, 06, 07 Ernest Kivisto -1943, 46 Junius Klumb - 1923, 24, 25, 26 Roland Klumb - 1923, 24, 25

M_________________________ Joe Mack - 1958, 59 Edward Magnus - 1948, 49, 50 Jon Malmstrom - 1963 Douglas Mangan -1933 William Mangen - 1934 Walter Mangham - 1958, 59, 60 Dennis Manning - 1941 Donald Marek - 1949, 50, 51, 52 Edward Marek - 1918 Marc Marotta - 1981, 82, 83, 84 Dean Marquardt - 1979, 80, 81, 82 Gerald Martens - 1927 Dameon Mason - 2004, 05 Joseph Masnaghetti - 1950 Clem Massey - 1956, 57, 58 Dane Mathews - 1965 Wesley Matthews - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Jeronne Maymon - 2010 Todd Mayo - 2012, 13 Trevor Mbakwe, 2008 Youssoupha Mbao - 2010 Frank McCabe - 1946, 47, 48, 49 Zack McCall - 1995, 96

4 1 3 1 0 2 L L

PROGRAM History

A B T E K S A B E T T

John Jimmerson - 1986 Walter Joers - 1947 Bill Johnson - 1962 Darius Johnson-Odom - 2010, 11, 12 Charles (Mandy) Johnson - 1982, 83, 84, 85 Dwayne Johnson - 1982, 83, 84 Greg Johnson - 1973, 74, 75 Kevin Johnson - 1986, 87 Vernjoy Johnson - 1946 Ward Johnson - 1918 Robert Jonas - 1947, 49 Jamail Jones - 2011, 12 Abel Joseph - 1994, 95, 97, 98 Eugene Joyce - 1941

E

Tom Fetherston - 1956, 57 Mario Fiorani - 1932, 33, 34, 35 Charlie Fischer - 1983 Fred Fischer - 1959 Dan Fitzgerald - 2006, 07, 08 Joseph Fitzgerald - 1932 William Fitzgerald - 1922, 23, 24, 25 Dylan Flood – 2013 Michael Flory - 1987, 89 Tom Flynn - 1964, 65, 66 Pat Foley - 1985, 86, 87, 88 Mike Fons - 1968 George Frazier - 1971, 72, 73 Ralph Freeman - 1926 Andy Freund - 2004 Andy Friedrich - 1972 Robert Frozena - 2008, 09, 10, 11 Joe Fulce, 2009, 10, 11 LeRoi Fulmer - 1947

Bronson Haase - 1964, 65 Paul Hagerty - 1959 Pete Hall - 1958 Robert Hall - 1984, 85 Holton Halverson - 1920, 21 Charles Hammer - 1939, 40, 41 Rob Hanley - 2005 Wade Harbin - 1995 William Harley - 1919 William Harrigan - 1928 Jon Harris - 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Mark Harris - 1994, 95, 96 Herbert Harrison - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Larry Hatchett - 1978, 79, 80, 81 Mike Haviland - 1957 Bruce Hayes - 1990, 91 Lazar Hayward, 2007, 08, 09, 10 Patrick Hazel - 2008, 09 Jack Heaps - 1917 John Heimsch - 1925, 26, 27 John Heisdorf - 1929 Cordell Henry - 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Edward Herte - 1927, 28 George Hesik - 1938, 39 Krunti Hester - 2000 Arthur Himmelmann - 1927 Willie Hines - 1984, 85 Simon Hochhaus - 1932, 33 Albert Hoffman - 1927 John Holmes - 1921 Marty Holmes - 1965, 66 Jerry Homan - 1973, 74, 75 Jerry Hopfensperger - 1956, 57 Bob Hornak - 1961, 62, 63 Ron Howard - 2002 Frank Hozeska - 1946 Carl Hren - 1994 Harvey Hruska - 1944

U

H________________________

L__________________________ Robert Lackey - 1971, 72 Guy Lam - 1970, 71, 72 Jim Langenkamp - 1967, 68 Mark Lavin - 1977 Vic Lazzaretti - 1983, 84 John Leaf - 1969 Alfred (Butch) Lee - 1975, 76, 77, 78 Oliver Lee - 1978, 79, 80, 81 Craig Leonard - 1964, 65 Holly Lepley - 1934 John Leurck - 1988, 89, 90 Gerald Liska - 1934, 35, 36 Shane Littles - 1994 Trent Lockett - 2013 Robb Logterman - 1991, 92, 93, 94 J.C. Long - 1918, 19 Herbert Lonsdorf - 1932 Jamil Lott - 2006, 07 Jarrod Lovette - 1996, 97, 98 Maurice Lucas - 1973, 74 Brad Luchini - 1966, 67, 68 Charles Luter - 1989, 90, 91

Q

J______________________________ Marcus Jackson - 2004, 05 Robert Jackson - 2003 Dominic James - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Roman (Pat) Jankiewicz - 1948 John Jansky - 1952, 53, 54, 55 Robert Jaskulski - 1947, 48, 49, 50 Len Jefferson - 1961, 62

R

I___________________________ Raymond Illig - 1921

A

LeRoy Hughes - 1936 William Hughes - 1938, 39 Aaron Hutchins -1995, 96, 97, 98 Bob Hutchison - 1956, 57, 58 Donald Huth - 1931 John Hyde - 1935

M

Joseph Goemans - 1927, 28 Alan Gomber - 1964 Neil Gonyo - 1929, 30, 31 Jim Goodin - 1966, 67 John Goodyear - 1940, 41 Adolph Gorychka - 1933, 34, 35 Bill Gosse - 1982, 83 Robert Grace - 1935 Erwin Graf - 1938, 39, 40 Frank Graff, Jr. - 1948, 49 Pete Grant - 1964 Artie Green - 1979, 80, 81 John Gresik - 1938, 39 Tony Gries - 2003, 04 Chris Grimm - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Rod Grosse - 1988, 89, 90, 91 Joseph Grove - 1944 Gary Grzesk - 1970, 71, 72 Tom Gurtler - 1957, 58

Don Kojis - 1959, 60, 61 Conrad Kolb - 1918, 19 Jim Kollar - 1958, 59, 60 Frank Komar - 1935, 36 William Komenich - 1939, 40, 41 Daniel Koster - 1939 William Kosterman - 1943 Gil Krueger - 1950, 51 Joe Krysiak - 1989, 90, 91 Raymond Kuffel - 1942, 43, 47 George Kuker - 1938, 39 Ernest Kukla - 1933, 34, 35 Craig Kuphall, 2007 James Kuppe - 1943

111


LETTER WINNE ALL-TIME

MARQUETTE LETTERWINNERS Bob McCarthy - 1955, 56 Thomas McCarthy - 1940, 41 Amal McCaskill - 1992, 94, 95, 96 Ralph McClone - 1948, 49, 50 Francis McCormick - 1925, 26 Richard McCormick - 1984 Vincent McCormick - 1921 James McCoy - 1957, 58, 59 William McDonald - 1939, 40 Francis McElligott - 1930, 31, 32 Mike McGonigle - 1980 Allie McGuire - 1971, 72, 73 Jim McIlvaine - 1991, 92, 93, 94 Robert McIntosh - 1943 John McKenna - 1922, 23, 24, 25 Patrick McKenzie - 1921 Charles McLaughlin - 1929 Hugh McMahon - 1969, 70, 71 LeRoy McMahon - 1936, 37, 38 John McNamara - 1931 Jerel McNeal - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Larry McNeill - 1972, 73

Terry McQuade - 1969, 70, 71 Thomas McQueen - 1931, 32 Jack Meganck - 1948 Dean Meminger - 1969, 70, 71 Kevin Menard - 2002 Scott Merritt - 2001, 02, 03, 04 Don Metz - 1954, 55, 56 Alex Meyer - 1929 Don Meyers - 1945, 46 Robert Meyers - 1944, 45, 46, 47 Bart Miller - 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Tony Miller - 1992, 93, 94, 95 Mike Mills - 1971, 72, 73 John Millunze - 1942, 46, 47 Joe Mimlitz - 1964, 65 DeMarcus Minor - 1998 Melvin Mochalski - 1945 Benny Moore - 1985, 86 Lloyd Moore - 1983 Mike Moran - 1957, 58, 59 L.C. Moran - 1921, 22, 23 Leo Moriarity - 1918, 19, 20 Raymond Morstadt - 1934, 35, 36

Ben Moser - 1929, 30, 31 John Mueller - 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Edward Mullen - 1933, 34, 35 Robert Mullen - 1938, 39 Walter Mullen - 1942, 43 LeRoy Muth - 1936 Cyril Multhauf - 1936 Clarence Mundt - 1931, 32 John (Jack) Myers - 1949, 50, 51

N_____________________________ Delbert Nachazel - 1952, 53, 54 Jack Nagle - 1939, 40 Bill Neary - 1973, 75, 76, 77 Joe Nethen - 1988, 89, 90 Abel Netzer - 1919 Paul Newman - 1983 George Nicoud - 1936 Richard Nixon - 1961, 62, 63 Oluoma Nnamaka - 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Steve Novak - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Brian Nyenhuis - 1981, 82 O_____________________________ Eugene O'Brien - 1941 Gerald O'Brien - 1952, 53 Paul O'Brien - 1931 Edward O'Byrne - 1926 James O'Connell - 1946, 47, 48 James O'Donnell - 1929, 30, 31 Pat O'keefe - 1954, 55, 56 Robert O'Keefe - 1936, 37, 38 Edward Oleniczak - 1949 Earl O'Malley - 1921 Mark O'Malley - 1919, 20, 21 Donald Orth - 1942 Mark Ostrans - 1971, 72, 73 Chris Otule, 2009, 10, 11, 12, 13 James Ove - 1947, 48

P_____________________________ Tom Packee - 1963 John Padden - 1927, 28, 29 Orlando Palesse - 1946 Melvin Paterson - 1921 William Pautkee - 1944 Ulice Payne - 1976, 77, 78 Robert Paynter - 1946 Ben Peavy - 1992, 93 Melvin Peterson - 1947, 48, 49, 50 Richard Peterson - 1947, 48, 49, 50 Anthony Pieper - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Robert Pierce - 1942, 43 Bob Piercy - 1970 Leonard Piontek - 1947 Joel Plinska - 1959, 60, 61 Joel Pogodzinski - 1994 Michael Poja - 1941 John Polonowski - 1997, 98, 99, 2000 112

Charles Polzin - 1943, 44, 47 Gerald Posey - 1989 Jim Poulsen - 1962, 63, 64 Trevor Powell - 1988, 89, 90, 91 John Powers - 1951, 52 Pedro Prado - 1944, 45 Joe Price - 1964 Scott Przybyla - 1988 John Puk - 1952, 53, 54 Dick Pyzunski - 1961

Q_____________________________ Dave Quabius - 1938, 39 Richard Quinn - 1922, 23, 24, 25 James Quirk - 1927 R_____________________________ Ron Rahn - 1968, 69, 70 Francis Ramierz - 1950, 51 Terry Rand - 1954, 55, 56 James Rasmusen - 1935, 36, 37 Leo Ratchen - 1920, 21, 22 Steve Raymonds - 1972, 73 Floyd Razner - 1927, 28, 29 Terry Reason - 1982, 83, 84 James Reavley - 1940, 41 William Redmond - 1931 Tony Reeder - 1985, 86, 87, 88 Charles Regan - 1922, 23 Matthew Reich - 1940, 41 John Reider - 1968, 69 Pierce Reilley - 1918, 19, 20 M.O. Reinhart - 1923 Joel Reitinger - 1960 Ken Rice - 1986, 87 Greg Ripp - 1960 Glenn (Doc) Rivers - 1981, 82, 83 Tim Rogan - 1959 William Rogers - 1939, 40, 41 Alfred Rohlofl - 1941 Eugene Ronzani - 1932, 33, 34 Floyd Ronzani - 1932, 33 Tom Rooyakkers - 1963 Gary Rosenberger - 1975, 76, 77, 78 Robert Rosendahl - 1941, 42, 43, 46 Frank Rozga - 1941 William (Cy) Rubado - 1935, 36, 37 Al Rudolph - 1933 Clare Ruehl - 1931 William Ryan, Jr. - 1949 S_____________________________ Edwin Sadowski - 1947 William Saffeld - 1939, 40 Terry Sanders - 2001, 02, 03, 04 Anthony Santilli - 1950 Samuel Sauceda - 1947, 48, 49, 50 Eugene Sanders - 1921 Thomas Savage - 1931, 32, 33


4 1 3 1 0 2 L K

E

T

B

Jeff Zavada - 1990, 91 Thaddeus Zimowicz - 1953 Jay Zulauf - 1991, 92, 93 Francis Zummach - 1932, 33, 34 Jack Zummach - 1928, 29, 30

L

PROGRAM History

Z_____________________________

A

Y_____________________________ Con Yagodzinski - 1964

S

T_____________________________ William (Earl) Tatum - 1973, 74, 75, 76 Steve Taylor, Jr. - 2013 Jake Thomas - 2013 Joe Thomas - 1968, 69, 70 Gil Thomsen - 1940 George Thompson - 1967, 68, 69 John Thranow - 1927 Bernard Toone - 1976, 77, 78, 79 Todd Townsend - 2002, 03, 04, 05 James Trad - 1948 John Traudt - 1934 James Treis - 1955 Kerry Trotter - 1983, 84, 85, 86 Terry True - 1958

Russell Wittberger - 1952, 53, 54, 55 Michael Wittenberg - 1928 Jon Wochner - 1965 John Wold - 1944 Bob Wolf - 1965, 66, 67 John Wolf - 1989, 90 Bernard Wolfe - 1936, 37, 38 Mark Worgull - 1980 Sam Worthen - 1979, 80 Eugene Wozny - 1937 Calvin Wunsch - 1946

V_____________________________

E

B

A

Peter Vanderhyden - 1962, 63 Ray Van Landuyt - 1951 Robert Van Vooren - 1952, 53, 54, 55 Robert Van Bereghy - 1939, 40, 41 Paul Vollmer - 1972, 73, 74, 75 Vic Vrobel - 1927, 28 William Vytiska - 1937

T

W____________________________

R

Q

U

E

T

Dwyane Wade - 2002, 03 Randy Wade - 1972 William Waite, Jr., 1948, 49 Bob Walczak - 1952, 55, 56, 57 Lloyd Walton - 1974, 75, 76 Brian Wardle - 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Jim Warras - 1964 Marcus Washington - 1972, 73, 74 Carl Weisner - 1944 Henry Weisner - 1945, 46 William Wendt - 1933 Roy Werntz - 1942, 43 Marcus West - 1997, 98 James Westerdahl - 1944 Raymond Wherry - 1937 Jerome Whitehead - 1976, 77, 78 Kenneth Wiesner - 1945, 46, 47 Erik Williams - 2010, 11 Derrick Wilson - 2012, 13 Jamil Wilson - 2012, 13 Michael Wilson - 1979, 80, 81, 82 Ralph Wilson - 1952, 53, 54 Fred Winter - 1944 Thomas Wise - 1946 Grant Wittberger - 1951, 52

A

Joe Scanlon - 1960, 61, 62 Adam Schabes - 1992, 93 C.C. Schad - 1923, 24, 25 Robert Schaefer - 1943 Jay Schauer - 1956 Tom Schilke - 1963 John Schimenz - 1947 Terrell Schlundt - 1980, 81, 82, 83 Eric Schnepp - 1950, 51 Roger Scholbe - 1944 Gene Schramka - 1950, 51, 52 Jerome Schudrowitz - 1941, 42, 43 Carl Schuette - 1943 William Schuette - 1930 Rueben (Rube) Schulz - 1952, 53, 54, 55 Jack Schumacker - 1928, 29 Richard Schwab - 1951, 52, 53 Franklin Schweers - 1941 Howard Scott - 1934, 35 Tom Sebastian - 1957 Elmer Seefeld - 1935, 36 Fredrick Seegar - 1934, 35, 36 Lawlor Seely - 1927 Dale Sevcik - 1952, 53, 54, 55 Jeff Sewell - 1968, 69, 70 Richard Shaw - 1995, 96, 97, 98 William Sheeley - 1921, 22 Greg Shimon - 1979, 80, 81, 82 Charles Shinner - 1937 Albert Shipley - 1930, 31, 32 John Sichterman - 1984, 85 Jared Sichting - 2003, 04 Glenn Sievers - 1951, 52, 53 Blanton Simmons - 1966, 67, 68 Michael Sims - 1985, 86, 87, 88 Erich Siverling - 1951, 52, 53 Alvin Skat - 1942, 43, 47 Billy Joe Smith - 1965, 66 Gene Smith - 1966, 67 Jim Smith - 1954, 55, 56 Leo Smith - 1933 Marcell Smith - 1921 Morley Smith - 1966 Pat Smith - 1967, 68, 69 Reggie Smith - 2011 Shannon Smith - 1992, 93 Tony Smith - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Donald Smolinski - 1981, 82, 83, 84 Frank Snyder - 1944 Paul Sokody - 1937, 38, 39 Tom Sonnenberg - 1969, 70, 71 Frank Sprafka - 1923, 24 Kurt Spychalla - 1971, 72, 73 Joe Stadden - 1932 William Staffeld - 1938, 39, 40 Charles Stark - 1921 Raymond Stawicki - 1946 Bob Steber - 1966 Harry Stehling - 1926 Thomas Stemper - 1922, 23, 24

William Stemper - 1931, 32 John Stone - 1963, 64 Joseph Storto - 1939, 40 Dwaine Streater - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Walter Stumpf - 1940 Robert Sullivan - 1948, 49 Gene Suppelsa - 1957, 58, 59 George Sutter - 1939, 40 Anthony Swanke - 1935 Michael Swieciak - 1941, 47

M

ERS

113


CARE ALL-TIME

Games Played 1. 138 2. 133 3. 130 4. 129 5. 127 127 7. 126 126 126 10. 125 Points 1. 1985 2. 1859 3. 1773 4. 1749 5. 1735 6. 1691 7. 1690 8. 1688 9. 1673 10. 1663

Lazar Hayward David Cubillan Jerel McNeal Dominic James Ousmane Barro Wesley Matthews Steve Novak Joe Chapman Scott Merritt Roney Eford Jerel McNeal Lazar Hayward George Thompson Dominic James Butch Lee Travis Diener Brian Wardle Tony Smith Wesley Matthews Bo Ellis

Scoring Average 1. 20.4 George Thompson 2. 19.7 Dwyane Wade 3. 19.0 Jim Chones 4. 18.8 Dean Meminger 5. 18.6 Don Kojis 6. 18.6 Mike Moran 7. 18.3 Bob Wolf 8. 17.0 Terry Rand 9. 16.4 Tom Flynn 10. 16.2 Ron Glaser 114

CAREER

Field Goals Made 1. 726 Jerel McNeal 2. 674 Bo Ellis 3. 667 Lazar Hayward 4. 666 Butch Lee 5. 656 George Thompson 6. 627 Damon Key 7. 626 Dominic James 8. 615 Tony Smith 9. 603 Don Kojis 10. 572 Dean Meminger

2005-09 1973-77 2006-10 1974-78 1966-69 1990-94 2005-09 1987-90 1958-61 1968-71

2006-10 2006-10 2005-09 2005-09 2004-08 2005-09 2002-06 2002-06 2000-04 1992-96

Field Goals Attempted 1. 1649 Jerel McNeal 2. 1535 Dominic James 3. 1476 Lazar Hayward 4. 1430 Brian Wardle 5. 1403 Butch Lee 6. 1400 Don Kojis 7. 1383 Bo Ellis 8. 1350 George Thompson 9. 1272 Tom Flynn 10. 1257 Darius Johnson-Odom

2005-09 2005-09 2006-10 1997-01 1974-78 1958-61 1973-77 1966-69 1963-66 2009-12

2005-09 2006-10 1966-69 2005-09 1974-78 2001-05 1997-01 1986-90 2005-09 1973-77

Field Goal Percentage (min. 450 FGA) 1. 58.8% Ric Cobb 1968-70 2. 58.1% Ousmane Barro 2005-08 3. 57.5% Davante Gardner 2010-pres. 4. 55.2% Jim McIlvaine 1990-94 5. 54.8% Jerome Whitehead 1975-78 6. 54.7% Jim Chones 1970-72 7. 54.5% Amal McCaskill 1991-92, 93-96 8. 53.4% Tyrone Baldwin 1988-90 9. 53.1% Ron Curry 1990-93 10. 52.1% Trevor Powell 1987-91

1966-69 2001-03 1970-72 1968-71 1958-61 1956-59 1964-67 1953-56 1963-66 1960-63

3-Point Field Goals Made 1. 354 Steve Novak 2. 284 Travis Diener 3. 244 Robb Logterman 4. 221 Aaron Hutchins 221 Darius Johnson-Odom 6. 216 Mark Anglavar 7. 211 Anthony Pieper 8. 197 Brian Wardle 9. 178 Tony Miller 10. 169 John Cliff 169 Dominic James

2002-06 2001-05 1990-94 1994-98 2009-12 1987-91 1993-97 1997-01 1991-95 1996-00 2005-09


Don Kojis Bo Ellis Terry Rand Walt Mangham Lazar Hayward Tom Flynn Paul Carbins Trevor Powell John Glaser Damon Key

1958-61 1973-77 1953-56 1957-60 2006-10 1963-66 1964-67 1987-91 1955-58 1990-94

Free Throws Made 1. 549 Wesley Matthews 2. 493 Dean Meminger 3. 461 Jimmy Butler 4. 457 George Thompson 5. 406 Tony Smith 6. 403 Butch Lee 7. 393 Bob Wolf 8. 390 Rube Schulz 9. 385 Travis Diener 10. 378 Damon Key

Jerel McNeal Michael Wilson Mandy Johnson Dominic James Glenn Rivers Tony Smith Michael Sims Tony Miller Aaron Hutchins Lazar Hayward Travis Diener Kerry Trotter

2005-09 1978-82 1981-85 2005-09 1980-83 1986-90 1984-88 1991-95 1994-98 2006-10 2001-05 1982-86

2005-09 1968-71 2008-11 1966-69 1986-90 1974-78 1964-67 1951-55 2001-05 1990-94

Rebounding Average 1. 15.1 Don Kojis 2. 12.7 Terry Rand 3. 12.3 Walt Mangham 4. 11.7 Jim Chones 5. 10.7 Maurice Lucas 6. 10.6 John Glaser 7. 9.9 Tom Flynn 8. 9.7 Paul Carbins 9.7 David Boone 10. 9.6 Larry McNeill

Steals 1. 287 2. 272 3. 253 4. 238 5. 203 6. 190 7. 188 8. 185 9. 165 10. 158 158 158

1958-61 1953-56 1957-60 1970-72 1972-74 1955-58 1963-66 1964-67 1985-87 1971-73

Free Throws Attempted 1. 762 Dean Meminger 2. 687 Wesley Matthews 3. 674 George Thompson 4. 596 Jimmy Butler 5. 549 Bob Wolf 6. 532 Rube Schulz 7. 531 Terry Rand 8. 529 Russ Wittberger 529 Dominic James 10. 525 Mike Moran

1968-71 2005-09 1966-79 2008-11 1964-67 1951-55 1953-56 1951-55 2005-09 1956-59

Assists 1. 956 2. 632 3. 617 4. 550 5. 480 6. 469 7. 455 8. 435 9. 430 10. 409

1991-95 2005-09 2001-05 1994-98 1973-76 1986-90 2005-09 2009-13 1998-02 1980-83

Wins 1. 101 101 3. 99 99 5. 98 6. 96 96 8. 94 94 94 94

Earl Tatum Bo Ellis Butch Lee Gary Rosenberger Bernard Toone David Cubillan Lazar Hayward Dwight Burke Dominic James Wesley Matthews Jerel McNeal

1972-76 1973-77 1974-78 1974-78 1975-79 2006-10 2006-10 2005-09 2005-09 2005-09 2005-09

4 1 3 T E K S A B E T T E U Q R A

Tony Miller Dominic James Travis Diener Aaron Hutchins Lloyd Walton Tony Smith Jerel McNeal Junior Cadougan Cordell Henry Glenn Rivers

1

Rebounds 1. 1222 2. 1085 3. 978 4. 938 5. 910 6. 771 7. 768 8. 765 9. 753 10. 739

0

3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 100 3FGA) 1. 46.1% Steve Novak 2002-06 2. 43.1% Mark Anglavar 1987-91 3. 42.9% Tony Smith 1986-90 4. 41.6% Maurice Acker 2007-10 5. 41.5% Mike Flory 1986-87, 88-89 6. 41.3% Travis Diener 2001-05 7. 41.0% Robb Logterman 1990-94 8. 40.5% Dan Fitzgerald 2005-08 9. 40.3% Darius Johnson-Odom 2009-12 10. 38.5% Roney Eford 1992-96

2

1990-94 1991-92, 93-96 1993-97 1978-82 2008-pres. 2000-04 1984-86 2004-08 1987-91 1995-99

L

Jim McIlvaine Amal McCaskill Faisal Abraham Michael Wilson Chris Otule Scott Merritt Walter Downing Ousmane Barro Trevor Powell Mike Bargen

L

Blocked Shots 1. 399 2. 175 3. 172 4. 119 5. 114 6. 113 7. 103 8. 100 9. 93 10. 89

B

Free Throw Percentage (min. 200 FTA) 1. 93.1% Steve Novak 2002-06 2. 84.8% Butch Lee 1974-78 3. 83.7% Travis Diener 2001-05 4. 82.6% Brian Brunkhorst 1964-68 5. 82.5% Oliver Lee 1977-81 6. 81.3% Bob Walczak 1951-52, 54-57 7. 81.1% Brad Luchini 1965-68 81.1% Brian Wardle 1997-01 9. 79.9% Robb Logterman 1990-94 79.9% Wesley Matthews 2005-09

2002-06 2001-05 1990-94 1994-98 2005-09 1993-97 1997-01 2009-12 1987-91 1996-00

M

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 768 Steve Novak 2. 687 Travis Diener 3. 595 Robb Logterman 4. 592 Aaron Hutchins 5. 581 Dominic James 6. 564 Anthony Pieper 7. 553 Brian Wardle 8. 549 Darius Johnson-Odom 9. 501 Mark Anglavar 10. 486 John Cliff

PROGRAM History

LEADERS

A

EER LEADERS

115


ALL-TIME

Pct.

NIT Best Record Appearances (Season) (Record)

NCAA Appearances (Record)

Coach

Period

Seasons

W-L

Ralph Risch

1916-17

1

8-3

72.7

8-3 (1916-17)

Jack Ryan

1917-20

2

13-9

59.1

9-3 (1919-20)

Frank Murray

1920-29

9

94-73

56.3

19-2 (1922-23)

Cord Lipe

1929-30

1

11-12

47.8

11-12 (1929-30)

Bill Chandler

1930-51

21

193-198

49.4

14-3 (1932-33)

Tex Winter

1951-53

2

25-25

50.0

13-11 (1952-53)

Jack Nagle

1953-58

5

69-55

55.6

24-3 (1954-55)

1 (0-1)

1 (2-1)

Eddie Hickey

1958-64

6

92-70

56.8

23-6 (1958-59)

1 (2-1)

2 (1-3)

Al McGuire

1964-77

13

295-80

78.7

28-1 (1970-71)

2 (7-1)

9 (20-9)

Hank Raymonds

1977-83

6

126-50

71.6

24-4 (1977-78)

1 (0-1)

5 (2-5)

Rick Majerus

1983-86

3

56-35

61.5

20-11 (1984-85)

3 (4-3)

Bob Dukiet

1986-89

3

39-46

45.9

16-13 (1986-87)

1 (0-1)

Kevin O’Neill

1989-94

5

86-62

58.1

24-9 (1993-94)

1 (0-1)

2 (2-2)

Mike Deane

1994-99

5

100-55

64.5

23-8 (1995-96)

2 (6-2)

2 (1-2)

Tom Crean

1999-08

9

190-96

66.4

27-6 (2002-03)

3 (2-3)

5 (5-5)

Buzz Williams

2008-pres.

5

122-54

69.3

27-8 (2011-12)

95

1493-913

62.1

TOTALS

116

COACHING RECORDS/HONORS

5 (8-5) 16 (20-16)

29 (39-29)


4 1 3

1955

Jack Nagle

National Jesuit College Coach of the Year

1959

Eddie Hickey

United States Basketball Writers Association Coach of theYear

1971

Al McGuire

Associated Press, United Press International, Sporting News,

1

Honor

0

Coach

2

Year

1979

Hank Raymonds

Medalist Sports Education Coach of the Year

1993

Kevin O’Neill

Great Midwest Conference Co-Coach of the Year

L

National Association of Basketball Coaches Coach of the Year

A

Al McGuire

B

1974

L

United States Basketball Writers Association Coach of the Year

E

T

Basketball Weekly Midwest Coach of the Year

K

National Association of Basketball Coaches

S

District 11 Coach of the Year Kevin O’Neill

Great Midwest Conference Coach of the Year

B

1994

A

Finalist, Associated Press National Coach of the Year National Association of Basketball Coaches Tom Crean

Ray Meyer Conference USA Coach of the Year

T

2002

E

District 11 Co-Coach of the Year

T

United States Basketball Writers Association

E

District V Coach of the Year

U

National Association of Basketball Coaches

Q

District 11 Coach of the Year Ray Meyer Conference USA Coach of the Year

A

Tom Crean

United States Basketball Writers Association

M

2003

R

Basketball Times Mideast Coach of the Year

District V Coach of the Year National Association of Basketball Coaches District 11 Coach of the Year Coach Clair Bee Award Recipient Finalist Naismith Coach of the Year 117


ALL-AMER ALL-

AMERICA SELECTIONS

Ray Morstadt Literary Digest, Third Team, 1933-34

Bob Lackey Helms Foundation, 1971-72

Ed Mullen Converse Yearbook, First Team, 1933-34

Maurice Lucas Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1973-74 NABC, Third Team, 1973-74 Helms Foundation, 1973-74

Erwin Graf MSG, Second Team, 1938-39 David Quabius Converse Yearbook, Third Team, 1938-39 Bill Chandler Pic Magazine, Third Team, 1943-44 Terry Rand NABC, Third Team, 1955-56 Don Kojis Converse Yearbook, First Team, 1960-61 George Thompson Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1968-69 Dean Meminger Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1969-70 Helms Foundation, 1969-70 Basketball News, Second Team, 1969-70 Consensus First Team All-America, 1970-71 Jim Chones AP, First Team, 1971-72 UPI, First Team, 1971-72 Converse Yearbook, First Team, 1971-72 Sporting News, Second Team, 1971-72 NEA, Second Team, 1971-72 118

Bo Ellis Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1974-75 NABC, Fourth Team, 1974-75 Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1975-76 Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1976-77 NABC, Second Team, 1976-77 AP, Third Team, 1976-77 Earl Tatum NABC, Second Team, 1975-76 USBWA, Second Team, 1975-76 UPI, Second Team, 1975-76 Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1975-76 Basketball Weekly, Second Team, 1975-76 AP, Third Team, 1975-76


1

3

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1

4

RICA

Tony Smith AP, Honorable Mention, 1989-90

0 2 L T E K S E

Lazar Hayward AP, Honorable Mention, 2009-10

E

T

T

Jae Crowder AP, Second Team, 2011-12

Q

U

Darius Johnson-Odom AP, Honorable Mention, 2011-12 AP = Associated Press MSG = Madison Square Garden NABC = National Association of Basketball Coaches UPI = United Press International USBWA = United States Basketball Writers Association

M

Doc Rivers Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1981-82 Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1982-83 AP, Honorable Mention, 1982-83 UPI, Honorable Mention, 1982-83

A

Jerel McNeal AP, Second Team, 2008-09

B

Jerome Whitehead Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1977-78 NABC, Third Team, 1977-78

B

Travis Diener AP, Honorable Mention, 2004-05 Dominic James AP, Honorable Mention, 2006-07

Sam Worthen NABC, Second Team, 1979-80 USBWA, Second Team, 1979-80 AP, Third Team, 1979-80 UPI, Third Team, 1979-80

A

Consensus First Team All-America, 2002-03

Consensus First Team All-America, 1977-78

Bernard Toone NABC, Fourth Team, 1978-79

L

Dwyane Wade Basketball Times, Second Team, 2001-02 Sporting News, Third Team, 2001-02

R

Butch Lee Converse Yearbook, First Team, 1976-77 AP, Second Team, 1976-77 UPI, Second Team, 1976-77 NABC, Third Team, 1976-77 Helms Foundation, 1976-77 Helms Foundation, 1975-76

Jim McIlvaine AP, Honorable Mention, 1993-94

A

Lloyd Walton Converse Yearbook, Second Team, 1975-76 AP, Honorable Mention, 1975-76

Marquette’s All-America selections are determined by the NCAA publication “Men’s Basketball’s Finest,” which recognizes each of the teams listed as an official squad. Meminger (1970-71), Lee (1977-78) and Wade (2002-03) are considered consensus selections based on a scoring system used by the NCAA.

119


1977

NCAA CHAMPIONS

1977 CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS FR: RS: RC: FF: NC:

1976-77 MARQUETTE BASKETBALL TEAM (pictured left to right): Jim Boylan, Bill Neary, Ulice Payne, Butch Lee, Jim Dudley, Gary Rosenberger, Bernard Toone, Jerome Whitehead, Craig Butrym, Robert Byrd, Bo Ellis. Not pictured: Mark Lavin.

120

MARQUETTE MARQUETTE MARQUETTE MARQUETTE MARQUETTE

66, 67, 82, 51, 67,

Cincinnati 51 Kansas State 66 Wake Forest 68 Charlotte 49 North Carolina 59

at Omaha, Neb. at Oklahoma City

at Atlanta, Ga.


4 1 3 1 0

From Marquette Head Coach Al McGuire:

L

2

(immediately following game) “I think they fell apart in the second half. We hung in there.” (How do you feel?) “Emotionally drained. I’m pleased for the guys. It doesn’t seem real. Ya know, you think about something like this, but ... I’ve always been an alley fighter. I don’t usually get into the silk lace situations. It seems like it is preordained, but I don’t like to use the words of TV announcers, the cliches.”

A

L

(in the interview room) “We put in the four corners just yesterday in the hour allotted us for practice. We figured to run it and look for the good shot, keeping the big men underneath. For a while, both teams were playing a chess game.”

T

B

“I was not emotional until a five-second count triggered me. I trigger easily. As a coach, you have to be constantly alert. Right now, I feel washed out.

K

E

“Once the avalanche came and we were tied, I tried to stop the avalanche by delays and I called timeouts. Usually we try to do it by contact lens timeouts or something like that. You have to stop the momentum no matter what.”

From North Carolina Player Phil Ford: “I don’t want anybody to quote me as saying that my elbow affected my play out there or cost us the game. But, I feel that I have been useless to the team for the last two games. Anytime that you play for the national championship, that should give you enough to win.”

From North Carolina Player Mike O’Koren: “I knew that we were going to come back, but I didn’t expect it to be that quick. And I knew that once we got the lead, we would go into the four corners and get them to chase us. But Marquette played the four corners smart. They laid back and didn’t foul us.”

All-Tournament Team Mike O’Koren (North Carolina); Butch Lee (Marquette); Cedric Maxwell (UNC Charlotte); Bo Ellis (Marquette); Jerome Whitehead (Marquette); Walter Davis (North Carolina). Outstanding Player: Butch Lee

Reb 8 11 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 28

PF 4 5 0 3 5 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 24

A 3 0 1 5 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15

B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

Min 33 30.5 25.5 38 31 10 10 5.5 10.5 3 1.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 200

TP 20 14 6 6 5 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 59

MARQUETTE Bo Ellis Bill Neary Jerome Whitehead Butch Lee Jim Boylan Gary Rosenberger Bernard Toone TOTALS

FG-FGA 5-9 0-2 2-8 6-14 5-7 1-1 3-6 22-47

FT-FTA 4-5 0-0 4-4 7-7 4-4 4-4 0-1 23-25

Reb 9 0 11 3 4 1 0 29

PF 4 1 2 1 3 1 1 13

A 3 0 2 2 0 1 0 8

B 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3

S 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 5

Min 39.5 11.5 38.5 40 33 8.5 29 200

TP 14 0 8 19 14 6 6 67

Halftime: Marquette 39, North Carolina 27 Turnovers: North Carolina 14, Marquette 11 Technical fouls: Toone - 1 Officials: Paul Galvan, Reggie Copeland Attendance: 16,086.

A E

FT-FTA 8-10 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-16

T

FG-FGA 6-13 6-10 3-5 3-10 2-6 1-1 2-3 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 24-51

T

NORTH CAROLINA Walter Davis Mike O’Koren Rich Yonakor Phil Ford John Kuester Steve Krafcism Tom Zaliagins Dudley Bradley Bruce Buckey Jeff Wolf Dave Colescott Woody Coley Ged Doughton John Virgil TOTALS

B

ATLANTA, GA.

E

U

THE OMNI

Q

From North Carolina Head Coach Dean Smith: “We went into the four corners to get them out of a zone. That’s a great zone with 6-9 players - Bo Ellis, Bernard Toone and Jerome Whitehead - in there. (Bruce) Buckley went in for a layup and either Bo or Whitehead blocked it. Then they went into their delay game. They hit all of their free throws down the stretch. Of course, that is what we did to get here.

R

(On what it is like playing for McGuire) “It’s not bad for the older guys. They know what to expect. For the freshmen, it gets rough. You have to get some good ear plugs.”

MARCH 28, 1977

A

From Marquette Player Butch Lee:

MARQUETTE 67, NORTH CAROLINA 59

M

From Marquette Player Bo Ellis: (On McGuire’s last game) “It’s a super way to go, for him and for us. I’m glad for him, I’m glad for me, I’m glad for the team, I’m glad for the people of Milwaukee and even for those who said we wouldn’t get this far.”

S

“At the end of the game, I sat there and thought of all the locker rooms, the dirty jocks, the PALS, and the other things that a New Yorker street fighter knows when growing up.”

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1974

NCAA RUNNERS-UP

All-Tournament Team

From Marquette Head Coach Al McGuire:

David Thompson (North Carolina State);Tom Burleson (North Carolina State); Monte Towe (North Carolina State); Maurice Lucas (Marquette); Bill Walton (UCLA). Outstanding Player: David Thompson

(On two technical fouls) “I would say that I lost the game there. I would say that I gave them two five-point plays and that was it. I had a bad day. I have no complaint with the way we played. We played just about as well as we could, but I didn’t have a good coaching game.”

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 76, MARQUETTE 64 MARCH 25, 1974•GREENSBORO COLISEUM•GREENSBORO, N.C. MARQUETTE Bo Ellis Earl Tatum Maurice Lucas Lloyd Walton Marcus Washington Dave Delsman Ed Daniels Rick Campbell Jerry Homan Barry Brennan TOTALS

FG-FGA 6-16 2-7 7-13 4-10 3-13 0-0 1-3 2-3 0-4 0-0 25-69

FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 7-9 0-0 5-8 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 14-21

Reb 11 3 13 2 4 0 0 1 6 0 43

PF 5 4 4 2 3 2 3 3 2 1 29

A 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 7

B 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3

S 3 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 9

Min 39 20 40 24 35.5 5 17.5 12 6 1 200

TP 12 4 21 8 11 0 3 4 1 0 64

FG-FGA 3-4 7-12 6-9 4-9 5-10 1-2 0-0 26-46

FT-FTA 2-2 7-8 2-6 6-9 6-7 1-2 0-0 24-34

Reb 7 7 11 2 3 3 0 34

PF 5 3 4 2 1 2 0 17

A 2 2 0 5 2 3 0 14

B 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 8

S 3 3 1 3 1 1 0 12

Min 25.5 40 36 40 37.5 18.5 2.5 200

TP 8 21 14 14 16 3 0 76

NORTH CAROLINA STATE Tim Stoddard David Thompson Tom Burleson Morris Rivers Monte Towe Phil Spence Mark Moeller TOTALS

1974-75 MARQUETTE BASKETBALL TEAM First row (left to right): Assistant coach Hank Raymonds, Head coach Al McGuire, Assistant coach Rick Majerus. Second row: Manager Kevin Gleason, Dave Delsman, Lloyd Walton, Randy Buchmann, Paul Vollmer, Bill Neary, Greg Johnson, John Bryant, Bo Ellis, Craig Butrym, Maurice Lucas, Jerry Homan, Earl Tatum, Ed Daniels, Rick Campbell, Marcus Washington, Barry Brennan, Manager Bob Hyndman.

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Halftime: North Carolina State 39, Marquette 30. Turnovers: North Carolina State 23, Marquette 18. Technical fouls: Coach McGuire - 2. Officials: Jim Howell, Irv Brown. Attendance: 15,742


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NCAA FINAL FOUR

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B

A

L

L

2

0

1

2003

E

Head Coach Tom Crean

Dwyane Wade – Consensus First Team All-America

• Clair Bee Award

Robert Jackson – Conference USA Second Team

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• Conf. USA Ray Meyer Coach of the Year Award

Travis Diener – Conference USA Second Team

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• NABC District II Coach of the Year • USBWA District V Coach of the Year

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A

Steve Novak – Conference USA Sixth Man of the Year

14) Holy Cross 68 6) Missouri 92 • OT

at Indianapolis

RS: Marquette 77, RC: Marquette 83,

2) Pittsburgh 74 1) Kentucky 69

at Minneapolis, Minn.

FF:

Marquette 61

at New Orleans, La.

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1) Kansas 94,

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U

E

T

FR: 3) Marquette 72, SR: Marquette 101,

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E

20 03 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

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20 02-03 TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS • 27-6 Overall Record • 14-2 Conference USA Record 2002-03 MARQUETTE BASKETBALL TEAM First row (left to right): Assistant coach Jeff Strohm, Jared Sichting, Karon Bradley, Travis Diener, Head coach Tom Crean, Dwyane Wade, Joe Chapman, Assistant coach Darrin Horn, Assistant coach Dwayne Stephens. Back row: Student manager Dean Manglona, Head athletic trainer Steve Condon, Special assistant Trey Schwab, Andy Freund, Terry Sanders, Scott Merritt, Chris Grimm, Robert Jackson, Steve Novak, Todd Townsend, Head strength and conditioning coach Scott Holsopple, Head student manager Dan Idstein, Father William Kelly.

• Conference USA Regular Season Champions • Top-10 Final National Ranking 123


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