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JUNIOR CADOUGAN

CHRIS OTULE

TRENT LOCKETT

JAMIL WILSON

VANDER BLUE

DAVANTE GARDNER

JAKE THOMAS

TODD MAYO

JUAN ANDERSON

DERRICK WILSON

GARRETT SWANSON

DYLAN FLOOD

STEVE TAYLOR,

JAMAL FERGUSON

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PAST AND A BRIGHT FUTURE The 2012-13 campaign, which marks the 96th year for Marquette basketball, promises to continue the rich tradition the program long ago established.

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AL McGUIRE CENTER

The Al McGuire Center is truely the home of Marquette men’s basketball, containing an academic center, practice gym, coaches offices, sports medicine area, multimedia theater and locker room facilities in one convenient location. 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.

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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 McGuire Center. The practice court is an exact replica of the team’s court at the Bradley Center.

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Marquette is a member of the best college basketball conference ever assembled… the BIG EAST Conference.

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE BIG EAST programs have collected a total of 78 POSTSEASON INVITATIONS in the last seven seasons, including 56 NCAA Tournament appearances.

The Golden Eagles’ membership in the 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 50 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh and Milwaukee. BIG EAST markets make up nearly one fourth of all television households in the United States. The BIG EAST Conference has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student-athletes. The conference has enjoyed long-standing relationships with CBS, ESPN and ABC. Some of the BIG EAST Conference’s best students are also some of its best athletes. More than 300 student-athletes have earned Academic All-America honors. Since 2006, the BIG EAST has had 39 players (24 first rounders) selected in the NBA Draft, including a national-best nine picks in 2009.

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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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 guard JUNIOR

CADOUGAN .

Cadougan’s development is even more impressive considering he suffered an achilles injury during conditioning prior to the start of the 2009-10 campaign. The Toronto, Ontario, native took over the starting point guard duties in 2010-11 and has seen his contribution increase each year.

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Lazar Hayward • Second Team All-BIG EAST (2007-08) • Second Team All-BIG EAST (2009-10)

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)

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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)

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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. Through former Marquette standout Dwyane Wade’s relationship with Jordan Brand, the company 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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BMO Harris Bradley Center,

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Eagles have drawn OVER 5 MILLION fans since 1988-89 and are the only non-football school to rank among the top-20 nationally in attendance each year since 2003. Each of the school’s top-10 all-time crowds have now come in the last six years.

2011-12 Attendance Highlights The Golden Eagles ranked 13th in the

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

in attendance in each of the last 11 Seasons MU averaged 15,138

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Crowds at the BMO Harris Bradley Center averaged nearly 16,000 during

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Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk MU continued it’s tradition of involvement with the Briggs & Al's Run & Walk for Children 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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“Buzz’s Bunch” provides the opportunity for special needs children to experience a Marquette men’s basketball game, meet the team with exclusive behind-the-scenes access and the opportunity to attend a special end-of-the-year banquet. The Marquette basketball staff is dedicated to ensuring members of “Buzz’s Bunch” have a truly enjoyable and memorable experience.

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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 Rodney Rogers

Owns coaching stops in the Big Ten and Big 12

Jerry Wainwright 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

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

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Strength & Conditioning Philosophy at Marquette Strength and conditioning 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.

"I couldn’t leave here to go train somewhere. I wanted to work with Todd. I knowthere’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.”

Lazar Hayward Oklahoma City Thunder

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he Student-Athlete Performance component of Student-Athlete Support Services includes the areas of Academic Support, Sports

Medicine and Strength & Conditioning. The staff members in these departments work together to provide services that maximize the opportunity for each student-athlete to prosper, academically and athletically. 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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MARQUETTE

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letes 93 percent of student-ath lity to complete their eligibi tte since 1999-20 00 at Marque will have graduated

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John Cliff Brian Barone Brian Wardle John Mueller Greg Clausen Jon Harris Oluoma Nnamaka Cordell Henry David Diggs Robert Jackson Terry Sanders Scott Merritt Marcus Jackson Travis Diener Todd Townsend Mike Kinsella Joe Chapman Steve Novak Chris Grimm Jamil Lott Craig Kuphall Ousmane Barro Dan Fitzgerald Tommy Brice Trend Blackledge Dwight Burke Wesley Matthews Dominic James Jerel McNeal Maurice Acker David Cubillan Robert Frozena Jimmy Butler Darius Johnson-Odom

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Masters of Physical Therapy Marquette: Civil and Environmental Engineering MIT: Masters of Engineering in High Performance Structures Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Masters of Communications Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, Minor in Marketing Bachelor of Science Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Computer Engineering and Masters of Computer Engineering Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, Minor in Sociology Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, Minor in Advertising Bachelor of Arts in History Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Bachelor of Arts in Military Science & Leadership and Political Science Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare & Justice Bachelor of Science in Marketing Pre-Physical Therapy Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Advertising Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communications Bachelor of Science in Finance Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

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MARQUETTE

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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 Over 400 people attended the Marquette University men's basketball team banquet at 1451 Renaissance Place, honoring the

accomplishments of the 2011-12 squad in an "awards show" format. Following a social period allowing fans the ability to interact with all of the players and coaches, including the opportunity for autographs and photos, the group gathered to view the

season highlight video and awards presentation.

2011-12 AWARD WINNERS Hank Raymonds Sportsmanship Award - Jamail Jones | Dwyane Wade Legacy of Leadership Award - Jae Crowder | Standard of Academic Excellence - Juan Anderson & Jake Thomas | Rebounding Effort - Jae Crowder | Create for Others - Junior Cadougan 30


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Sixth Man of the Year - Todd Mayo | Most Improved Player - Vander Blue | Defensive Player of the Year - Jamil Wilson & Jae Crowder Best Performance in a Supporting Role - Matt Perkins (IT Services) | Wesley Matthews "Just Today" Award - Chris Otule | Lazar Hayward "Everyday Tough" Award - Junior Cadougan | Rob Frozena "We Are Marquette" Award - Jamil Wilson | Joseph Fulce "WDYL? 1%" Award - Derrick Wilson | Jimmy Butler "Only Now Exists" Award - Davante Gardner | "Sacrifice For The String" Award - Darius Johnson-Odom Most Valuable Performer - Jae Crowder & Darius Johnson-Odom 31


BUZZ’S The Fourth Annual Texas Style Bar-B-Q Marquette men's basketball fans were treated to a picture-perfect night on campus and nearly 1,500 of the Golden Eagle faithful ventured downtown for Buzz Williams' Texas Style Bar-B-Q. The night’s short program included remarks from Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., Vice President and Director of Athletics Larry Williams and head coach Buzz Williams.

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MEDIA EXPOSURE Highlights of the BIG EAST Television Package: • 73 of the 144 conference games were on national television (either CBS SPORTS, ESPN, ESPN2 OR ESPNU). • All 144 REGULAR-SEASON CONFERENCE GAMES were televised for the FOURTH STRAIGHT YEAR. • Every game of the BIG EAST Championship was televised on either ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU. In addition, THE ENTIRE TOURNAMENT WAS TELEVISED ON ESPN 3-D. • Each of the 15 teams made at least FIVE NATIONAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES in conference games alone. • 45 conference games on either ESPN OR ESPN2. • MU has earned 90 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 seven championships.

Dwyane Wade most recently guided the Miami Heat to the title in 2011-12 and Dean Meminger was a member of the 1972-73 New York Knicks, becoming MU’s first-ever NBA champion.

Dwyane Wade Wade captured MVP honors in the NBA finals in 2005-06, helping Miami to the championship. He claimed his second title with the Heat in 2011-12.

In his fourth season with the Celtics,

Doc Rivers guided the team to its first title in 22 seasons.

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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 when the Miami Heat made him the fifth overall selection.

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"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 tot he 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 fourplus 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.

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LED BY HEAD COACH BUZZ WILLIAMS, THE MARQUETTE BAS IS COMMITTED TO CREATING THE BEST POSSIBLE ENVIRON ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, EACH WILL PL

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AFTER

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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 2011-12 campaign continued Marquette’s strong tradition of success on the court, which included numerous team and individual accomplishments.

Season Highlights • 27-8 overall (second-most wins in school history) • 14-4 BIG EAST (tied for most conference wins in school history) • 2nd place in BIG EAST (best-ever finish) • Back-to-back Sweet 16 appearances (first time since 1977) • Seventh-straight 20-win season • Seventh-straight NCAA Championship appearance • Seventh-straight BIG EAST Championship quarterfinal appearance • Nationally ranked each week of the season • 2011 Paradise Jam Champions • Ranked 11/10 in the final polls (highest final ranking since 2002-03) • Undefeated in league play at home for first time in school history • 22 national television broadcasts • First time since 1977-78 MU has had two All-America selections • Finished 13th in the nation in attendance (15,138 per game), sixth-straight top-15 finish

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RACINE, WIS.

Horlick H.S. HIGH S CHOOL 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 all-state by the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and the Associated Press ... Was named the All-Racine County Player of the Year for the second-straight season ... Was the first county player to claim the accolade by himself in backto-back years ... Finished second on Horlick's all-time scoring list and was tabbed the league's most valuable player

PE R S ONAL Born Nov. 21, 1990 in Milwaukee, Wis. ... Son of Carolyn and James Wilson ... Has two sisters, Kamisha and Jazmin ... majoring in sociology.

YEAR

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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 34 15 821 24.1 95-212 44.8

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200910 S E AS O N

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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

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HUNTINGTON, W.V.

Notre Dame Prep HIGH S CHOOL 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 200708, 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.

PER S ONAL Born March 26, 1991 in Huntington, W.V. ... Son of Alisha and Todd Mayo ... Brother, O.J., plays for the NBA's Dallas Mavericks ... Also has three younger brothers - Jeremiah, Tanner and Corey ... Majoring in communication studies.

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201112 S E AS O N 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

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TORONTO, ONTARIO

Christian Life Center Academy HIGH S CHOOL Consensus top-100 nationally ranked signee ... rated 50th overall by Scout.com, 60th by Rivals.com and 74th by ESPN.com ... three-year letterwinner and starter at Christian Life Center Academy in Humble, Texas, under head coach Carlos Wilson ... helped program to the National Association of Christian Athletes Elite Division I national title ... was named the event's most outstanding offensive player ... program finished with an overall record of 35-2 ... season averages 22.0 points, 8.0 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 4.0 steals per game ... Named to allarea squad in greater Houston ... tabbed team's most valuable player ... selected to play in Reebok All-American Game ... McDonald's All-America nominee.

PERS ONAL Born May 7, 1990 in Toronto, Canada ... son of Suzette Cadougan ... majoring in Social Welfare and Justice..

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200910 S E AS O N Claimed the program’s Hank Raymonds Sportsmanship Award Appeared in 12 games off the bench after missing most of season with injury Netted first collegiate points in home victory over Rutgers Cadougan is the first Canadian to see game action for MU since Abel Joseph (1994-97)

201011 S E AS O N Earned the program’s Create for Others and the Standard of Academic Excellence Awards Netted first collegiate field goal vs. Prairie View A&M (Nov. 12) Picked up a career-high four steals in win over DePaul (Jan. 18) First collegiate double-double vs. Providence (Feb. 27) 10 points & 10 assists

201112 S E AS O N Claimed program’s Create for Others Award Finished among league leaders in assists (5.4 apg.) Claimed ninth in the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.03) Dished out 183 assists, ninth-best single-season total at MU

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OAKLAND, CALIF.

Castro Valley H.S. HIGH S CHOOL 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 first-ever appearance in the state playoffs ... Also a unanimous first-team all-conference selection ... Was named to the 15-member Long Beach PressTelegram's 32nd Annual Best in the West squad as a junior.

PERS ONAL Born April 10, 1993 in Oakland, Calif. ... Son of Patricia Toscano ... Has two brothers (Avery and Andrew) and one sister (Ariana) ... Majoring in criminology.Born on January 4, 1990 in Houston, Texas ... son of Catherine and Anthony Otule ... full name is Christopher Chukwunonso Otule ... one of three children ... majoring in Professional Communication.

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201112 S E AS O N Claimed MU’s Standard of Academic Excellence Award Appeared in 24 games off the bench Grabbed five rebounds in seven minutes at Wisconsin

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ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

The Hotchkiss School HIGH S CHOOL Four-time All-New England selection at The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Conn., under head coach Fred Benjamin ... Threetime 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 23.0 points, 8.0 assists, 8.0 rebounds and 5.0 steals per game as a junior.

PER S ONAL Born January 29, 1992 in Flinsburg, Germany ... Son of Dennis and Sheila Wilson ... Has two brothers, Dennis and Damar, and one sister, Shiborne ... majoring in corporate communication.

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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 First career start came in win at Wisconsin Finished year with just nine turnovers in 292 minutes

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MADISON, WIS.

Memorial H.S. HIGH S CHOOL Consensus top-40 prospect according to the national recruiting outlets, including a ranking of 24th among players in the 2010 class by Rivals.com ... Ranked 34th by Scout.com, 27th by HoopScoopOnline.com, 31st in the ESPNU Top 100 and 35th by Hoopmasters.com ... Concluded his career at Madison Memorial High School ranked third all-time in scoring (1,269 points), second in assists (211) and first in steals (179) ... Program claimed a trio of regional and sectional titles during his tenure and posted an overall record of 729 ... Led team to the state title game in 2009-10 ... Claimed second-straight appearance on Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Division I All-State Team, earning a unanimous selection.

P E R S ONAL Born July 17, 1992 in Milwaukee, Wis. ... Son of Rita Blue ... majoring in communication studies.

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2010 S U M M E R Member of USA Basketball U18 National Team Competed in the 2010 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in San Antonio, Texas Led Team USA to the gold medal with an 81-78 victory over Brazil in the title game Team also earned a berth in the 2011 FIBA U19 World Championship in Latvi

201011 S E AS O N Earned first collegiate start in MU's season-opening win over Prairie View A&M (Nov. 12) Handed out a career-high six assists vs. South Dakota (Nov. 20) Shot 9-of-13 from the floor en route to scoring a game and career-high 21 points vs. Texas A&M-CC (Dec. 7) Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (Dec. 13)

201112 S E AS O N Named program’s Most Improved Player Started in 34 of the team’s 35 games Finished fourth on the team in scoring (8.4 ppg.) Dished out 91 assists, the third-highest total on the team

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RICHMOND, TEXAS

Ft. Bend Bush H.S. HIGH S CHOOL First team all-region selection as a senior at Ft. Bend Bush High School in Richmond, Texas under head coach Ronnie Courtney ... posted season averages of 14.2 points, 9.5 rebounds and 6.3 blocks per game ... was also tabbed to the all-district first team ... helped squad to overall record of 25-9 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.

P E R S ONAL Born on January 4, 1990 in Houston, Texas ... son of Catherine and Anthony Otule ... full name is Christopher Chukwunonso Otule ... one of three children ... majoring in Professional Communication.

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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 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

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SUFFOLK, VA.

King's Fork HS HIGH S CHOOL 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 ... 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 secondstraight 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 All-State 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.

P E R S ONAL Born September 2, 1991 in Suffolk, Va. ... Son of Audie and Sheila Gardner ... Mother played basketball at Elizabeth City State University ... majoring in communication studies.

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4.6

2011-12 27 12 516 19.1 88-157 56.1

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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

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NORFOLK, VA.

Maury H.S. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Maury High School ... Second team allregion and first team all-district honoree ... Posted season averages of 17.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game ... Honorable mention all-state selection by VirginiaPreps.com ... Helped squad to 16-7 overall record, including 10-4 slate in league play ... Averaged over 19.0 points and 7.0 rebounds as a junior in 2010-11 ... Was named first team all-district and shared the squad's most valuable player accolades ... As a sophomore, he chipped in 17.6 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game and helped the Commodores to an appearance in the state quarterfinals ... Was tabbed first team alldistrict and all-area in 2009-10 ... As a freshman, he was named the squad's newcomer of the year and second team all-district ... Competes on the AAU circuit with the highly successful Boo Williams program ... Nationally recognized recruit who was ranked 31th by Rivals.com and 61st by ESPN.com. Rivals.com places him 134th overall amongst all players nationally.

PERSONAL Born September 9, 1993 in Norfolk, Va. ... Son of Patricia Ferguson .... Has three brothers (Jaleel and Avontae Ferguson and Bryant Wiggins) ... Undecided on a major.

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GOLDEN VALLEY, MINN.

Hopkins H.S. 200910 S E AS O N

- A R I Z O N A ST.

Pac-10 All-Freshman Team honoree ... Played in all 33 games, earning 15 starts ... Scored double figures in points on nine occasions

201011 S E AS O N

- A R I Z O N A ST.

Second Team All-Pac-10 selection ... Named to league’s all-academic team Posted first career double-double

201112 S E AS O N

- A R I Z O N A ST.

Capital One Academic All-District 8 selection ... Named to Pac-10’s all-academic first team ... Led the team in scoring (13.0 ppg.) and rebounding (5.8 rpg.)

P E R S ONAL Born December 10, 1990 in Golden Valley, Minn. ... Son of Ted and Judy Lockett ... Sister, Taylor, plays volleyball at Duquesne ... earned his bachelor's in business communication in three years from Arizona St. in 2012 ... working on his master's in sports leadership studies at MU.

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RACINE, WIS.

St. Catherine's H.S. 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 ... Aver aged 13.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.0 steals.

201011 S E AS O N

- S O U T H DA KOTA

Shares South Dakota's single-game record for three pointers after making 10 against Chicago State (Feb. 26) ... Also is eighth all-time in three-pointers made in South Dakota history (178)... Scored a career-high of 40 against Chicago State (Feb. 26)

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

PERSONAL Born June 22, 1991 in Racine, Wis. ... Son of Greg and Jill Thomas ... Has one brother, Bryan ... majoring in corporate communications.

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Simeon H.S. HIGH S CHOOL 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 16.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 3.0 blocks and 3.0 assists per game in 2011-12 ... 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.

P E R S ONAL Born February 15, 1993 in Chicago, Ill. ... 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) ... Majoring in broadcast and electronic communication.

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Benet Academy H.S. HIGH S CHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Benet Academy High School under head coach Gene Heidkamp ... 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 ... Names to league's senior all-start squad ... Also a four-year letterwinner in football ... Owns the school record for longest touchdown reception (96 yards).

P E R S ONAL Born September 30, 1991 in Oak Lawn, Ill. ... Son of Thomas and Christine Flood ... Has one sister (Katie) and two brothers (Alex and Jack) ... Majoring in marketing.

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Played in 19 games for the Bengals Averaged 3.6 points and 1.9 rebounds in 13.2 minutes per game Scored a season-high 15 points and had a seasonhigh seven rebounds against North Dakota Played a season-high 25 minutes at New Mexico Earned first letter.

HIGH S CHOOL Lettered in basketball all four years at Mead High School ... Averaged 21 points a game and nine rebounds while shooting 46 percent from the 3-point line ... Led the GSL in scoring and his team finished fifth as a junior in the Washington State tournament ... Finished third all-time in scoring in his high school's history.

P E R S ONAL Born August 17, 1993 in Spokane, Wash. ... Son of Todd and Jill Swanson ... Has one brother, Matthew, and one sister, Tara ... Majoring in psychology.

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CHARACTER REVEALED. Because of the values and work ethic contained within that philosophy, the Golden Eagles were able to add "Sweet Sixteen" for the second-straight campaign in 2011-12 as another two-word extension to the squad's impressive list of accomplishments during his tenure. Williams has guided Marquette to four-straight NCAA Championship appearances (seven overall), including the program's 15th participation in the regional semifinals last season. Continuing the University's proud tradition of success on the court, MU has remained a fixture in the national rankings (every week in 2011-12), claimed wins over multiple nationally ranked teams and been extremely competitive in the BIG EAST Conference. The squad has also ramped up its community service efforts under Williams' guidance and collected academic recognition since he assumed the reigns of the program prior to the 2008-09 campaign. 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 school-best second-place finish (MU record for most league wins). The team made back-toback 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 (third league MVP in school history) and he also garnered All-America accolades along with teammate Darius Johnson-Odom. Crowder and Johnson-Odom were both selected in the 2012 National Basketball Association Draft, giving MU four draftees (five NBA players overall) during Williams’ tenure. Lazar Hayward (2010) and Jimmy Butler (2011) were both firstround selections and Wesley Matthews (undrafted) is currently starting for the Portland Trailblazers.

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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 second-straight year and junior guard Darius Johnson-Odom earned a spot on the All-BIG EAST Second Team. MU also Marquette concluded the year ranked nationally in the top-25 poll thanks to its NCAA run.

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The team's character was tested from start to finish in appearances for the In 2007-08, Williams served as an assistant coach with 2009-10, beginning with low preseason expectations first time in 35 YEARS the Golden Eagles in his first season at Marquette. MU from national pundits and concluding with a heartconcluded the year 25-10 and advanced to the second breaking postseason loss. No team in the nation round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2003. played in more one-possession games than MU, but that didn't stop the squad from collecting the program's fifth-straight NCAA ChampiHis coaching career has included stints as an assistant, associate head onship appearance and 20-win season. Marquette finished 22-12 overand head coach. He has over 15 years of experience at the NCAA Division all, including an 11-7 mark in the BIG EAST Conference, which was good I level. Williams has recruited and coached over 20 players who have enough for fifth-place in the 16-team league. earned all-conference accolades, including two league players of the year, two conference freshmen of the year and four Associated Press Lazar Hayward (Second Team All-BIG EAST) finished second all-time in All-Americans (Crowder, Johnson-Odom, McNeal and Hayward). 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 Williams arrived in Milwaukee after serving for one season as the was one of the most improved players in the country and as a result head coach at the University of New Orleans. He guided the Privateers was tabbed honorable mention all-league. 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 Williams directed MU to a 25-10 overall record in 2008-09, which place in the Sun Belt's Western Division and advanced to the league included a school-record 12 BIG EAST victories. The Golden Eagles tournament quarterfinals. The squa claimed as many victories on the advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championship and were road that season as it had in theprevious three seasons combined. ranked among the nation's top-25 teams the entire campaign. A pair His recruiting class for the 2007-08 season was ranked in the of players, Jerel McNeal and Wesley Matthews, claimed all-league top-50 nationally byHoopScoopOnline.com. accolades and McNeal also earned All-America honors.

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96 victories 46 BIG EAST CONFERENCE WINS 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.

PERSONAL Birth Date September 1, 1972 Hometown Van Alstyne, Texas Education Oklahoma City University 1994 (Bachelor’s in Kinesiology)

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.

Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1999 (Master’s in Kinesiology) Family Corey (wife) and children Zera (10),Calvin (9), Mason (6) and Addyson (3)

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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.

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Williams is married to the former Corey Norman and the couple has two daughters, Zera (10) and Addyson (3), and two sons, Calvin (9) and Mason (6).

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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.

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Assistant Coach FIFTH YEAR The 2012-13 campaign will mark the fifth with the Marquette men's basketball program for Brad Autry, but his first as an assistant coach after earning a promotion in the summer of 2012. 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.

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Assistant Coach FIRST YEAR The 2012-13 campaign will mark the first season for Isaac Chew as an assistant coach with the Marquette University men's basketball program. Chew arrives 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. "I have known Coach Chew for almost a decade and have watched his career progress," Williams said. "I always root for guys who have come up the hard way, because I think they are a positive example to kids and have a grateful heart in how they approach things. Isaac has a skill set and demeanor about him that is magnetic and I have supreme confidence that he will play an integral part as we continue to grow our program." Chew helped lead Mizzou to 30 wins in 2011-12, a Big 12 Tournament title and No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament.

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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.

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The 2012-13 season will mark the first for collegiate coaching veteran Jerry Wainwright as director of basketball operations with Marquette University. 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 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.

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In Winston-Salem, Wainwright helped Wake Forest collect a school-record four straight NCAA tournament berths and register back-to-back 20-win seasons for the first time in a decade. Besides on-the-court coaching, he assisted in recruiting NBA draft picks Chris King (Seattle), Rodney Rogers (Denver), Randolph Childress (Detroit) and Tim Duncan (San Antonio). He broke into the college coaching ranks in 1984-85 serving a one-year stint at Xavier under Staak.

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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.

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Student-athlete Development Specialist FIFTH YEAR The 2012-13 campaign will mark Jamie McNeilly's fifth with the Marquette University men's basketball program, but his second season as StudentAthlete 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.

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A Third Team All-Sun Belt selection as a junior at UNO, MNeilly concluded his senior season under Buzz Williams

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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Director of Basketball Operations FIRST YEAR Collegiate coaching veteran Jeff Reynolds will serve as Marquette's director of basketball operations for the 2012-13 campaign. "We are very thankful that coach Reynolds has agreed to fill the position thru the academic year," Williams said. It's extremely uncommon to have an opportunity like this, to hire someone with his experience and knowledge at this late of a date. "His hiring obviously strengthens our team for the 2012-13 season, while also giving us the flexibility to decide at the end of the year what is best, relative to our staff, on the direction for everyone to go at that point," Williams added. 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

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Video Coordinator FIRST YEAR Devin Johnson is in his first 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 squad, as well as assisting with the team's opponent scouting process and game plans. 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 arrives 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. A 2008 grad of UNO, Johnson earned his bachelor's degree in business management, with a minor in sport management.

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Director of Basketball Administration 11TH YEAR Barb Kellaher is in her 11th 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 (24), Brooke (22) and Lauren (20). Allison and Brooke graduated from Marquette and now reside in Chicago, Ill. Lauren is currently enrolled at the University.

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Athletic Trainer FIFTH YEAR Ernest Eugene enters his fifth season as the Athletic Trainer for the Marquette University men’s basketball program. 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. In addition, Eugene serves as the District 4 Representative of the Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee (EDAC) of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and is the secretary 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’s first child, Jayden, was born in August of 2009.

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Assistant Athletic Director/ Academic Services NINTH YEAR Adrienne Ridgeway is in her ninth 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. Ridgeway spent two years with the Milwaukee Public Schools as a SpeechLanguage 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. A native of Milwaukee, she attended Nicolet High School in Glendale and currently resides in Milwaukee. Ridgeway and her husband, LeVar, were married in July of 2009. The couple’s first child, Brooke, was born in July of 2011.

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Team Physician 14TH YEAR Dr. Darin A. Maccoux is in his 14th 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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An accomplished teacher, scholar and academic administrator, Father Pilarz has earned respect and admiration for his engaging and inspiring leadership that is deeply rooted in Catholic and Jesuit values. Father Pilarz's long commitment to Catholic education began in his youth in New Jersey and at Camden Catholic High School, where he now serves as chair of the board. He earned a bachelor's degree in English from Georgetown University in 1981, the same year that he entered the Society of Jesus. As part of his Jesuit formation, he earned a master's degree in philosophy from Fordham University and master's degrees in divinity and theology from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology. He was ordained a priest in 1992. He earned his doctoral degree in English from the City University of New York, where he wrote his doctoral dissertation on the poetry of St. Robert Southwell, S.J., and John Donne, which won the CUNY Alumni Achievement Prize for Dissertation Excellence. While completing his doctoral studies, Father Pilarz was appointed to the English faculty at Saint Joseph's University. An expert in early modern English literature, Father Pilarz served on the faculty of Georgetown University from 1996 to 2003 and led campus ministry efforts as university chaplain from 2002 to 2003. While at Georgetown, he was selected by the Class of 1999 to receive the Edward B. Bunn, S.J., Award for Faculty Excellence. In 2009, he received the John Carroll Award, the Georgetown Alumni Association's highest honor for achievements "that exemplify the ideals and traditions of the university." Ashgate Press published his subsequent book, Robert Southwell and the Mission of Literature, 1561–1595: Writing Reconciliation, in 2003. Immediately before assuming the Marquette presidency, Father Pilarz served as president of The University of Scranton in Scranton, Pennsylvania, from 2003 to 2011. During his tenure, Scranton earned national recognition for academic quality, student success and community engagement. Guided by a strategic plan, the $125

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million Pride, Passion, Promise Campaign added five endowed faculty chairs to help Scranton attract top scholars and funded a variety of other academic and physical improvements. Under his leadership, Scranton's campus was transformed by enhancements including a new unified science center, two student residence halls and an 118,000-square-foot campus center adjacent to a new campus green. Father Pilarz has a strong commitment to engaging and interacting with students and serving as a mentor and counselor. Wherever he has worked as a faculty member and administrator, Father Pilarz has lived in residence halls. He presently lives in Campus Town East, a university-owned apartment building for juniors and seniors. At Marquette, he teaches English courses regularly, welcomes students for meals, and attends student academic, athletic and social events.

His dedication to students is grounded in the Ignatian concept of cura personalis, which calls for treating people with respect for their unique qualities, gifts and challenges as individuals. Father Pilarz enjoys developing relationships with Marquette students and all members of the Marquette community. He is the son of Ron and Joan Pilarz, who live in Voorhees, New Jersey. His sister, Susan, and brother-in-law, Joseph Lappin, reside in Lewisville, Texas, with their two children, Carly and Joey.


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Arts '78, President, Nativity Jesuit Middle School

Eng '77, Grad '84, President, Global Power Group, Kohler Co.

DR. ARNOLD L. MITCHEM

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

REV. JAMES G. GARTLAND, S.J.

DARREN R. JACKSON

DR. JANIS M. ORLOWSKI

JAMES D. O'ROURKE

Rector, Blessed Peter Faber Jesuit Community, Boston College

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

JAMES F. JANZ

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

REV. TIMOTHY R. LANNON, S.J.

REV. THOMAS A. LAWLER, S.J.

KRISTINE A. RAPPÉ

GLENN A. RIVERS

President, Creighton University

Provincial, Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus

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Bus Ad '87, Chief Executive Officer, A&A Manufacturing Company

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CHARLES M. SWOBODA

CHERRYL T. THOMAS

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

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

BENJAMIN S. TRACY Comm '98, Grad '04, National Correspondent, CBS News

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

THOMAS H. WERNER

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

REV. MICHAEL A. ZAMPELLI, S.J.

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

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The University Leadership Council represents all academic and administrative units of Marquette. It also serves as an advisory board for President Scott R. Pilarz, S.J.

REV. SCOTT R. PILARZ, S.J. President

RANA H. ALTENBURG Vice President for Public Affairs

CYNTHIA M. BAUER Vice President and General Counsel

DR. LORI BERGEN Dean of the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication

DR. ROBERT H. BISHOP Dean of the College of Engineering

ROBY BLUST Dean of Admissions and Enrollment Planning

DR. MARGARET FAUT CALLAHAN Dean of the College of Nursing

CAS CASTRO Vice President of Human Resources

DR. WILLIAM CULLINAN Dean of the College of Health Sciences

DR. ROBERT J. DEAHL Dean of the College of Professional Studies

DR. MARY DISTANISLAO Executive Vice President

DR. MARK J. EPPLI Interim Dean, College of Business Administration and Graduate School of Mgmt.

DR. WILLIAM A. HENK Dean of the College of Education

DR. JEANNE HOSSENLOPP Vice Provost for Research and Dean of the Graduate School

JOSEPH D. KEARNEY Dean of the Law School

JOHN C. LAMB Vice President for Finance

DR. WILLIAM K. LOBB Dean of the School of Dentistry

THOMAS S. MACKINNON Chief of Staff, President's Office, Interim Vice President for University Advancement

DR. GARY MEYER Vice Provost for Undergraduate Programs and Teaching

DR. L. CHRISTOPHER MILLER Vice President for Student Affairs

DAVE MURPHY Interim Vice President for Marketing and Communication

ANNE O’BRIEN Senior Associate Vice President

DR. JOHN J. PAULY Provost

DR. THOMAS J. PETERS Senior Associate Vice President

REV.PHILIPJ. ROSSI,S.J. Interim Dean of the Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences

STEPHANIE RUSSELL Vice President for Mission and Ministry

ARTHUR F. SCHEUBER Vice President for Administration

DR. JEFFREY T. SNELL Special Advisor to the President

JANICE S. WELBURN Dean of University Libraries

LARRY WILLIAMS Vice President and Director of Athletics


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Vice President and Director of Athletics

Deputy Athletic Director

Senior Associate Athletic Director Internal Operations/SWA

Williams arrived on MU's campus after serving as the Director of Athletics and Recreation at the University of Portland for seven years (2004-11). His tenure was highlighted in athletic competition by a NCAA Division I Championship in women's soccer in 2005, top-10 national finishes in men's cross country and first-ever national rankings in men's basketball, baseball and tennis. Student-athletes also succeeded in the classroom. Under his direction, Portland consistently achieved well above the NCAA prescribed Academic Progress Report baseline, with nine programs being recognized during a three-year span for performing in the top 10 percent in the country and individual student-athlete awards including a Rhodes Scholar finalist, Fulbright Scholarship winners and numerous academic All-America and allconference recognitions. Williams was a two-time All-America selection in football at the University of Notre Dame, graduating in 1985 with a bachelor of arts degree. He played professional football with four teams in the National Football League from 1985-92, while at the same time earning a law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1992. He then practiced law for the Indianapolis-based law firm of Baker & Daniels, before returning to Notre Dame in 1999 to work on licensing and product marketing. Williams and his wife Laura Lee, have five children: Kristin (25, Santa Clara '09, Marshall School of Law `12), Sean (23, Yale `11), Scott (21, Yale, `13), Eric (18, Yale `16) and Louis (12). 100

A proven administrator with 16 years of experience in external relations, revenue generation, sport administration, finance, staff management and leadership, Mike Broeker is in his fifth year as Deputy Director of Athletics, and ninth overall, at Marquette University. In addition, Broeker served as the university's acting director of athletics for six months during the summer and fall of 2011. As deputy director, Broeker oversees daily management of intercollegiate athletics with a specific focus on external and revenue generating areas: communications, marketing, corporate partnerships, licensing and merchandising, special events and ticket sales. 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 his bachelor's degree from Siena College in 1997, and will earn a master's degree in leadership studies from Marquette in 2012. Broeker and his wife, Anne, have three sons, Michael, 6, Danny, 4 and Charlie, 2.

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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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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JIM NASIOPULOS

SCOTT KUYKENDALL

MARK WRIGHT

Associate Athletic Director - Facilities & Event Management

Associate Athletic Director - Media Relations

Managing Director of Development, Athletics

Jim Nasiopulos is in his 31st year at Marquette and 19th in charge of facilities and events. Prior to his current position, Nasiopulos served as Director of the Helfaer Recreation Center and Tennis Stadium from 1982 to 1993. Nasiopulos was the Tournament Manager for the NCAA Basketball Tournament First and Second Rounds at the Bradley Center in 1999, 2004 and 2010. He also served as Tournament Manager when Marquette played host to the 2002 NCAA Women's Basketball Mideast Regional at the U.S. Cellular Arena. Nasiopulos was the golf coach at Marquette from 1986-1992 and is currently a member of the BIG EAST Men's and Women's Golf Committee. Nasiopulos received his bachelor's degree in physical education from Illinois-Chicago in 1969, and earned his master's degree in physical education in 1972 from the University of Illinois. Nasiopulos and his wife, Phyllis, have two children, Kristen, a 1997 Marquette graduate and Michael, a 2000 Marquette graduate.

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Scott Kuykendall is in his sixth season at Marquette University and serves as the Associate Athletic Director for Media Relations. 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 five trips to the NCAA Tournament (two Sweet 16's), along with the management of the consistent regional and national 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 (will serve 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, Kuykendall also completed one-year internships in media relations at the University of Cincinnati and Mississippi State University.

Mark Wright joined Marquette in May of 2009 and serves as the Managing Director of Development, Athletics. In this role he leads fundraising efforts for the athletics department. Before Marquette, Wright served as the Associate Athletic Director for Development at Saint Louis University for almost four years, where he helped lead the capital campaign to build Chaifetz Arena, a new $81 million on-campus athletic complex. As a member of the senior management team, he also supervised the baseball and softball programs. Wright was the Director of Development at The Ohio State University for three years before joining the Billikens. He was responsible for major donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of six-figure gifts for the athletic endowment and several capital projects. Before his tenure at OSU, he was the Associate Director of the National Commodore Club, the fundraising arm for Vanderbilt University Athletics, from 1999-2002. Wright attended Mercer University where he was a baseball student-athlete and graduated with a bachelor's in business administration in 1992. He earned his master's in the same field in 1994 while serving as the Bears' pitching coach. Wright and his wife, Erin, have one daughter, Marin (5).


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Patrick Salsbury Marketing & Ticketing Assistant

288-3784

Sarah Claus Athletics Special Events Coordinator

288-4785

288-6687

Danielle McKenzie Assistant Athletic Trainer (WSOC, W TRACK/CC)

288-0341

Mary Wieczorek Athletic Trainer

288-7136

Media Relations

Todd Smith Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Jamie Hays-Szelc Assistant Director of Development- Athletics

288-5785

288-6018

Scott Kuykendall Associate Athletic Director (MBB, MTEN)

288-4794

Maggie Smith Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

Eric Schultz Blue & Gold Fund Assistant

288-0312

288-4802

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

Nate Heyrman Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

288-4872

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

288-7447

Kristin Heyrman Nutritionist, Athletics

288-4872

288-7419

Tom Ford - Associate Athletic Director Academic Support & Student Programs

288-5961

288-0304

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

288-0266

288-0293

Maureen Lewis Student Programs Coordinator

288-0330

Meryl Franke Learning Specialist - Athletics

288-4861 288-4881

288-0253

Business Office Todd Wenslaff Assistant Internal Operations Coordinator

288-5580

Compliance

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

288-3983

Tim Raasch Brand Marketing Creative Director, Athletics

Jaime McGaver Assistant Director of Compliance

288-5328

Maggie Casey Multimedia Production Coordinator

Jose Genao Assistant Director of Compliance

288-4971

Danielle Josetti Associate Athletic Director

Nelligan Sports - Marquette Properties

Marquette Gymnasium Main Line - Marquette Gym

288-7707

Facilities and Events Jim Nasiopulos Associate Athletic Director Aaron Baker Assistant Athletic Director

Ben Burke General Manager

288-1679

Amanda Sucharda Director of Marketing and Sales

Katie Simet Learning Specialist - Athletics

288-1524

Sports Offices

Marquette Spirit Shop 288-5931

Jim Graebert Senior Director

288-3050

288-3290

Larry Birkett Associate Director

288-1929

Tina Aiello Accounts Coordinator

288-3052

Julie Mikolajewski Web & Marketing Coordinator

288-3047

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

3 1 2 K

288-0289

E

Joe True Director of Development - Athletics

E

Dr. Paul McInerny Associate Athletic Director Engagement & External Affairs

288-4468

U

Mark Wright Managing Director of Development - Athletics

E

288-7136

Aaron Doering Assistant Athletic Trainer (WBB, VB, MTRK/CC)

Athletic Advancement/Blue & Gold Fund

1

Leah Gross Marketing Assistant

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

0

288-0288

288-4796

2

Vanessa Farinelli Marketing Assistant

288-3067

L

288-0264

L

Greg Cronkite Assistant Director of Marketing

Mary Larkin Office Manager

288-0328

Ernest Eugene Athletic Trainer (MBB)

288-5253

A

288-3040

Jeremy Johnson Head Athletic Trainer (MGOLF, MLAX, WLAX)

B

Patrick Reed Director of Digital Media/Internet Services

T

Student-Athlete Performance

S

288-4104

288-4796

A

288-6303

Aaron Parris Director of Ticket Operations

B

Mary Larkin Head Spirit Squad Coach

T

288-4851

Sarah Bobert Senior Associate Athletic Director Internal Operations/SWA

Spirit Squad (Cheerleading and Dance)

T

288-6303

Kim Mueller Assistant Athletic Director/Marketing & Sales

Q

Marketing & Sales/Tickets/Special Events

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

R

Administration

MARQUETTE University

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION

A

INTERCOLLEGIATE

(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

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 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 TOTALS 104

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

3 1 B

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

2

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

L

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

3 1 2 1 0 2 L S

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. 430

Cordell Henry

1998-02

9. 409

Glenn Rivers

1980-83

10. 408

Michael Sims

1984-88


3 1 2 1 0 2 L L A

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 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 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 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 Tom Fetherston - 1956, 57


G___________________________ Davante Gardner - 2011, 12 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 Joseph Goemans - 1927, 28 Alan Gomber - 1964

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

3 1 2 1 0 2 L L

PROGRAM History

A B T E K S A B E T T

Len Jefferson - 1961, 62 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

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 Trevor Mbakwe, 2008 Youssoupha Mbao - 2010 Frank McCabe - 1946, 47, 48, 49 Zack McCall - 1995, 96

E

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 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 LeRoy Hughes - 1936

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 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

R

I___________________________ Raymond Illig - 1921

A

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

M

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

Roland Klumb - 1923, 24, 25 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 WINNER 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 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, 43 112

Bob Piercy - 1970 Leonard Piontek - 1947 Joel Plinska - 1959, 60, 61 Joel Pogodzinski - 1994 Michael Poja - 1941 John Polonowski - 1997, 98, 99, 2000 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


3 1 2 1 0 2 L L

PROGRAM History

Y_____________________________ Con Yagodzinski - 1964

A

T_____________________________ William (Earl) Tatum - 1973, 74, 75, 76 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

B

Michael Wilson - 1979, 80, 81, 82 Ralph Wilson - 1952, 53, 54 Fred Winter - 1944 Thomas Wise - 1946 Grant Wittberger - 1951, 52 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

T

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

E

Z_____________________________

B

A

S

K

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

V_____________________________

E

T

T

E

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

U

W____________________________

R

Q

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 Jamil Wilson - 2012

A

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 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

M

RS

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. 55.2% Jim McIlvaine 1990-94 4. 54.8% Jerome Whitehead 1975-78 5. 54.7% Jim Chones 1970-72 6. 54.5% Amal McCaskill 1991-92, 93-96 7. 53.4% Tyrone Baldwin 1988-90 8. 53.1% Ron Curry 1990-93 9. 52.1% Trevor Powell 1987-91 10. 52.0% Tony Smith 1986-71

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. 430 9. 409 10. 408

1991-95 2005-09 2001-05 1994-98 1973-76 1986-90 2005-09 1998-02 1980-83 1984-88

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

3 1 2 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 Cordell Henry Glenn Rivers Michael Sims

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 2000-04 1984-86 2004-08 1987-91 1995-99 1983-87

L

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

L

Blocked Shots 1. 399 2. 175 3. 172 4. 119 5. 113 6. 103 7. 100 8. 93 9. 89 10. 84

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.

4

96-45

65.1

27-8 (2011-12)

95

1493-913

62.1

TOTALS

116

COACHING RECORDS/HONORS

4 (5-4) 16 (20-16)

29 (39-29)


3 1 2

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

2

-

1

3

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.


3 1 2 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

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.”

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

121


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


3 1 2

-

NCAA FINAL FOUR

T

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

K

• Conf. USA Ray Meyer Coach of the Year Award

Travis Diener – Conference USA Second Team

S

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

B

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.

A

1) Kansas 94,

R

Q

U

E

T

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

T

E

20 03 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

M

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

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Ohio St.

Colgate

SE Louisiana

Butler

UMBC

Florida

Wisconsin

Savannah St.

Green Bay

LSU

Georgetown

Pittsburgh

Tuesday Nov 13 8:00PM

Monday Nov 19 2:30PM

Wednesday Nov 21 TBA

Monday Nov 26 7:00PM

Thursday Nov 29 8:00PM

Saturday Dec 8 5:00PM

Saturday Dec 15 1:00PM

Wednesday Dec 19 7:00PM

Saturday Dec 22 1:00PM

N. Carolina Central Saturday Dec 29 1:00PM

UConn

Sunday Nov 11 3:30PM

N. Carolina/ Miss. St. Tuesday Nov 20 1:30/7:00PM

TBA

Friday Nov 9 6:00PM

Tuesday Jan 1 7:00PM

Saturday Jan 5 1:00PM

Saturday Jan 12 11:00AM

Carrier Classic Charleston, S.C. NBC Sports

EA Sports Maui Invtl. ESPNU

EA Sports Maui Invtl. ESPN2

EA Sports Maui Invtl. ESPN/ESPN2

EA Sports Maui Invtl.

SPORTS32

SPORTS32

SEC/BIG EAST Challenge ESPN2

ESPN2

SPORTS32

ESPNU

SPORTS32

ESPNU

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPNU


All game times are listed in CST and are subject to change. Home games are listed in Bold and played at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. | Denotes BIG EAST Conference game. For Marquette men’s basketball ticket information go to GoMarquette.com/Tickets.

Seton Hall

Cincinnati

Providence

USF

Louisville

USF

DePaul

Georgetown

Pittsburgh

Seton Hall

Villanova

Syracuse

Notre Dame

Rutgers

St. John’s

Wednesday Jan 16 8:00PM

Saturday Jan 19 6:00PM

Saturday Jan 26 1:00PM

Monday Jan 28 8:00PM

Sunday Feb 3 1:00PM

Wednesday Feb 6 6:00PM

Saturday Feb 9 1:00PM

Monday Feb 11 6:00PM

Saturday Feb 16 Noon

Tuesday Feb 19 6:00PM

Saturday Feb 23 5:00PM

Monday Feb 25 6:00PM

Saturday Mar 2 1:00PM

Tuesday Mar 5 6:00PM

Saturday Mar 9 1:00PM

ESPN

2003 Final Four Anniv. CBS

ESPN

Nat’l Marquette Day/Senior Day ESPN/ESPN2

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPN/ESPN2

Al’s Day BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPNU

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPNU

ESPN

ESPN2

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPN/ESPN2

BIG EAST Conference Championship Mar. 12-16 New York, N.Y.


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 Strength and Conditioning .............................. 22-23 Student-Athlete Performance ........................ 24-25 Marquette Graduates ...................................... 26-27 Scholarship Endowment ................................ 28-29 2011-12 Team Awards Banquet .................... 30-31 Buzzยนs 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 2010-11 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

2012-13 Marquette Players Jamil Wilson ...................................................... 48-49 Todd Mayo.......................................................... 50-51 Junior Cadougan .............................................. 52-53 Juan Anderson.................................................. 54-55 Derrick Wilson .................................................. 56-57 Vander Blue ...................................................... 58-59 Chris Otule ........................................................ 60-61 Davante Gardner .............................................. 62-63 Jamal Ferguson ...................................................... 64 Trent Lockett .......................................................... 65 Jake Thomas .......................................................... 66 Steve Taylor, Jr. ...................................................... 67 Dylan Flood ............................................................ 68 Garrett Swanson .................................................... 69 Team Managers .................................................... 70 Students/Team Security ........................................ 71

Coaching and Support Staff Buzz Williams .................................................... 72-75 Brad Autry.......................................................... 76-77 Isaac Chew ........................................................ 78-79 Jerry Wainwright ............................................ 80-81 Jeff Reynolds .................................................... 82-83 Jamie McNeilly ................................................ 84-85 Basketball Support Staff ................................ 86-95

Marquette University President University Leadership ...................................... 96-97 Leadership/Prominent Alumni ........................ 98-99 Athletics Administration .............................. 100-103

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 .................................. 96-45 (4) Career Record .......................................... 110-61 (5) Basketball Office Phone ................ (414) 288-7130 Assistant Coaches ......................Brad Autry (NW Oklahoma St., 1991) .......................................... Isaac Chew (Avila, 1999) .......... Jerry Wainwright (Colorado College, 1968) Director of Basketball Operations ..................Jeff Reynolds (UNC Greensboro, 1978) Student-Athlete Development Specialist ......................Jamie McNeilly (New Orleans, 2007) Head Strength & Conditioning Coach .................................................................. Todd Smith Head Athletic Trainer ............................................................ Ernest Eugene Director of Basketball Administration ..............................................................Barb Kellaher Coordinator of Basketball Administration ..........................................................Caitlin Nicoletto

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

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Ohio St.

Colgate

SE Louisiana

Butler

UMBC

Florida

Wisconsin

Savannah St.

Green Bay

LSU

Georgetown

Pittsburgh

Tuesday Nov 13 8:00PM

Monday Nov 19 2:30PM

Wednesday Nov 21 TBA

Monday Nov 26 7:00PM

Thursday Nov 29 8:00PM

Saturday Dec 8 5:00PM

Saturday Dec 15 1:00PM

Wednesday Dec 19 7:00PM

Saturday Dec 22 1:00PM

N. Carolina Central Saturday Dec 29 1:00PM

UConn

Sunday Nov 11 3:30PM

N. Carolina/ Miss. St. Tuesday Nov 20 1:30/7:00PM

TBA

Friday Nov 9 6:00PM

Tuesday Jan 1 7:00PM

Saturday Jan 5 1:00PM

Saturday Jan 12 11:00AM

Carrier Classic Charleston, S.C. NBC Sports

EA Sports Maui Invtl. ESPNU

EA Sports Maui Invtl. ESPN2

EA Sports Maui Invtl. ESPN/ESPN2

EA Sports Maui Invtl.

SPORTS32

SPORTS32

SEC/BIG EAST Challenge ESPN2

ESPN2

SPORTS32

ESPNU

SPORTS32

ESPNU

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPNU


All game times are listed in CST and are subject to change. Home games are listed in Bold and played at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. | Denotes BIG EAST Conference game. For Marquette men’s basketball ticket information go to GoMarquette.com/Tickets.

Seton Hall

Cincinnati

Providence

USF

Louisville

USF

DePaul

Georgetown

Pittsburgh

Seton Hall

Villanova

Syracuse

Notre Dame

Rutgers

St. John’s

Wednesday Jan 16 8:00PM

Saturday Jan 19 6:00PM

Saturday Jan 26 1:00PM

Monday Jan 28 8:00PM

Sunday Feb 3 1:00PM

Wednesday Feb 6 6:00PM

Saturday Feb 9 1:00PM

Monday Feb 11 6:00PM

Saturday Feb 16 Noon

Tuesday Feb 19 6:00PM

Saturday Feb 23 5:00PM

Monday Feb 25 6:00PM

Saturday Mar 2 1:00PM

Tuesday Mar 5 6:00PM

Saturday Mar 9 1:00PM

ESPN

2003 Final Four Anniv. CBS

ESPN

Nat’l Marquette Day/Senior Day ESPN/ESPN2

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPN/ESPN2

Al’s Day BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPNU

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPNU

ESPN

ESPN2

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

BIG EAST Network/ SPORTS32

ESPN/ESPN2

BIG EAST Conference Championship Mar. 12-16 New York, N.Y.


JR.

JUNIOR CADOUGAN

CHRIS OTULE

TRENT LOCKETT

JAMIL WILSON

VANDER BLUE

DAVANTE GARDNER

JAKE THOMAS

TODD MAYO

JUAN ANDERSON

DERRICK WILSON

GARRETT SWANSON

DYLAN FLOOD

STEVE TAYLOR,

JAMAL FERGUSON

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2012-13 Marquette MBB Media Guide  

Complete information on the 2012-13 Marquette University men's basketball team.

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